Commercial advertiser

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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:
April 10, 1847
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.


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

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I IPVBLISIIED 3ititilltti13fiidorl. JJroft {onal tfci i .. .
ADVERTISER) : p'ttr ;' greatly troubled,- and wist not' what' to do ; DELtRI1: TREMESS.: -After- -some- hours
I I := = = --- likewise Marcy the
scribe his
SATURDAY *V BENJAMIN- ELLISON.:- ;:: WILLIAM A. WOOD.B. Now rent pants. ol almost fatal stupor he wakes up with a
: 'VJ SYDINEY GREEN M. D THE BIBLE.Ah Ritchie, sttrnamed tbe "Father," fever
burning hands
s. L. wYIAN.Y. Ellison & Co., well do I remember those was a'ncfa dull eyes shallow
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ocj-: May b'e found at his residence corner' o! whose tones no more I hear of all actliitiinginan, p1auibleand full cheeks, parched lips" and tongue, confused

d. I*. DAVIS' Editor. AMI HEALERS IN:" Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion Wbo round the hearth-stone used; to clo e, served manner hypocrisy, and decit and mind trembling, limb, aching loins, and
DRY GROCERIES HARDWARE House. After diligently his farther, the devil And
GOODS ; Nov S. J the evening prayer- I tormenting hrarubarn that nothing will
third Story lUluell's Building!:; corner of TIN WARE BOOTS SHOES. HATS; And speck: of what the pages said he crept stealthily at midnight unto ihe king lieve. Bn( the most re-
Office Iff. W. citapmaii overpowering of hi
1 tones heart and said
my unto him
Ooinartrce and Chestnut' streets.TERMS. "Why is the Countenance sensatoins i is
ChANDLERY! ate a wait
crushing of
; 'C/ffice/ Tho' they are with the silent dead pain on his
CC, over the Drugstore of B. S. Hawley of lord the
my king east down 1 Are brtin' with
24 Water street. Here an indiscribable
are they of
living stitl.Mv sense dizziness -
: :::;. (entrance on Chestflut street.) Residence at the not all the
Jan 23 __ Apalachicola Fa. people as grass in thy sight ? ns if about to fall from
llars nu _
qccaiPTiov8.-Three U> per.a ? house lately occripied by Dr:Baltrell. father read this Now therefore let a fast height.
Book be
Heir a tax
'f C niul in advance, or $3 59 if paid within SIXonth" Bell & idif'oli; January JO, 1846: 2tf To hroine ; sisters tfear tea and imposed on the headach H so! intense that light i is in-
; coffee
; or, t.00 if paid: thereafter. IMPORTERS, MERCHANTS AND Hc?!# calm! "*HS. my ftT mother's; look ed." so shalllhJ' treasuries be fitt t tolerable and every sound fntefal. His
than COMMISSION ::W. U. 111. :ftjis, .WHo And the Ling sought to do
tit'scnpinn taken for a less! term MX AGENTS learrtefl Gbd'a word to hears aCCording temper becomes so irritable that his wife
';l1thj-.Uld p S2 will! invariably be chared for Jan 23 BAIMBRIDOE GEORGIA_ ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Her angel l face, I see it yej! to the word Ritchie; but the people who fondly/ watches him with) the hope that

!iht p rioJ. No pLer; >viU be discontinued until Harctfin Oflefj his services tb the public in either of the What thronging memorjes tome murmured against him, and would not be he. who once loved tier wilt'
the option of theerrprtet0r. E. J. Ht to
,U 1irrell.rAea are paid. iiiileu at atiore! capacities. Again that little groutf/s met taxed. com
Within the walls of himself and repent his manliness
\ FACTOR AND COMMISsiclN MERCHANT, h'ctae.- id towards -
AI\VCR TICI: .;-i rs.-One!quue;(h'\' lines (! Office;No. 6 Columb'us Buildings, ; He will practice regularly.k in Franklin Calhoun I those days the spirit moved Zachariah her she dare not remain ne.irliim any
LC9) will b\! in-J .rtA at the rate of One Dol- Jan fy f.> Anal chi ola. Fa. and Circuit CourtS-and will upon Thou truest frietid man ever knew. 10 write a letter to his kinsman and it was l longer for the sigla; of her now madden*

fir (for the first and Fifty Cents for every subsequent a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Coutt \ 'Thy constancy I've tried ; noised abroad through all the land. And him. Thus he h d.lof
insertion. : l1obtris; Alien & Co., of f the Middfe or Western Circuit. He will also, \My herr counsellor all were false I've found thee true, :the thing!: troubled the king and he would which a night nf pas-rs tt'rrihle s 'Imrruf. fu

roth,via whj aU' ju-ount will he tntda; btit
strictly pertaimn:; to their own busmen, as well SPIKES, AND CASTINGS, present at, unless prevented by accident. In teaching IDa d,, wov to live:;. and desired to make him kine. But- to rive in perterl delirium. Ever

a< all lejal advertisements: seat in by them, will And Manufacturers of Tin Iron and Cop- Apalachicola, September S, 1t4ti. It fall ht me how to'die.IHfocclIanroua. he king made a decree, that whatever: sol mind inuscel is of in mail his frame shake voilently :- Int
confusion he
charged rates. yet U
at the IBtt. Warct. -- "
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be per -- should
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X- \Ill ;il advertisements must be paid for"jvj. Dec 12 Ap Ihico1a.: Fa. H. E. Owens, ------ to his kinsfolk or acqua- attempts to destroy his owo life' and whu't'

: ATTORNEY AT LAW _ ntarice, should be hanged on a gallows fifty brtfilcd in (his; rage against himself he lism-
: Five DdlhH will be charged for announcin vz1. W. SIMS.! WM. %CHEKVER. CLAYTON Barbonr County Alabama. cubits high. So the land had rest from the it I upon those who would hinder him ant

l' ca.ididite; fur ofice. Sims A Cheever, [From the Yankee Doodle.] scrbes and quill-drivers. s Ihe straight-naiMcoat hit
April 29. 1S46. 2-tf prevents
>. ? .\n a3wrti..emij.it3 frm> a distance must COMMISSION MERCHANTS, THE FIRST BOOK OF THE CHRONICLES HINTS committing: ; murdrr. With careful rncdu! .fmanagement
b e j-irn&fliei, : with the ca.,h, or city reference Office No. 24 Water street. A. G. Scinmcs OF JOXA TIIAX. MEN-ACTIVITY: he
recovers but I for
What only :i
dec2 Apalachicola, Fla. wisdom do discover in the
t tn 1'IIitC i jnertion.i CHAPTER!: I. we short
.. ATTORNEY time, since some evil 'loin
AT LAW. power *
Now of Divne
W. T. Woon. E. B. \LLOC. fid- Office Vo.' 2 Cajit Simmon* fiuilJing, it came to pass in those! days that economy government in requiringof ; pi sse sion of him. an I compels! him to return

i: jfttiiitrvi Diccctov!? Wood & Ballon, cor. Centre & Commerce streets. James the First reigned over the nation of how man exertion activity for subsistence- to the same condition! on the first

-. -. ..- --. Cfl\TMMISSItN: MERCHANTS, nov5 Apalacliicoh, Fla. Jonathan in ihe room of John, surnamed admirably; calculated to promote his 1)0(5 tIJ il..v. op-
Lar.tfliurl ,fc VOHII?. O'IK-C'! No. -Water street.-Up =tairsJin """"' 4 t the Captin) ." (Now John had not died, highest happiness Such is the physiological -

C ,J M ll 1 S; > I d \ ail! F O II U' .\ II DING 1G ApaUcliicoIa, Fa. J. Law, h but had gone down to the Old Dominion and structure of man that he needs constant! A PCCILISIIU:: to::>: KR\t.--We lieanl

:.1 i 1.: it C H .\ N rs.N Edward ItlcCuIIy, ATTORNEY AT LAW, xvas buried alive with his farthers, and no activity to be happy. !Man needs! labor to from a gentleniati. lately from Ionterey.. a
: W.ittr.tnvt, t, man I nftcr. be healthy, and health to be hencewe
) VJ Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga. sought him.) But James the happy ; good story about one of our volunteer-
"\ >i A;,-,la'tiicnU, Fla AUCTIONEER King; did evil exceedingly, beyond all that discover the wisdom of Deity in requiring :gadier.: The General ha > !
: :_ QCWill attend punctually the Superior Courts | pcnri one morning -
Office No. 50 Water street, the Kings who had of us that, which will
promote our highest i be
gone helore him had : to present dressed! in rather
V.'VUS 'AM A. McIvEVZIE.Yylic of the counties of Early Baker and Decature of a 511a141Jy-
Al.VA J\o Ifi' AlaI 1chicola, Fa interests.
: :
lone. Indeed it
were otherwise
he South We!!tern,and of the county of Thornaaf appointed gatherers who suit, where some trarnstrr were Inrnessiu
\ & llclteir/ac, Thomas Preston, the Southern Circuit. m
C : 1 MmiO =* MERCHANTS I COMMISSION: MERCHANT AND TOBACCO also sought: to root out the makers of cotton, without the pruning influence of mar.; winch they fixed iliincs! interfered I. and in

X .. 12 Water street. INSPECTOR AND! liROKER.NX John Bilbo, and linen and woolen, and iron goods andgrie'ously were she to require nothing more of him rather an authoritatiie manner told them it

S. it. 1. I I'-". \nl.1chi"utt. F1 2-? Water st.-Office second back foorft.. ATTORNEY AT LAW harassed: the shepherds and hus than to reach forth his hand and pluck the was all wrong, :.nd they ilid'ut know ,WIK.I

1). CKiiifortli, Dec 2'} Apalddhlcoh: Fa. ALBANY G.\. bandmen. Moreover be mightily stined, full grown ear of corn; would he be the gainer t they were about. Thereupon one of the

I AUCriON: .ANOCOMMISSION: \l}.RCn.\ T, iLM.Butt.I'ORWIRDING: WILL practice in the several Court of the up the} hearts of the people to wait ; and by such a change ? Would! his happiness teamsters t"ltlthe General that he was an

AND; GENERAL.AGENT; AND COMMISSION: .Western Oircuit, and Thomas and thought in his heart to make the chil; be augmented by it ? Ah methmks a still old} a>5, and lu.l better go -.bout! his btislj -

LrFAi-Lt; Ax.... )MERCHANT tewait counties then of his younger sister, whose lands were greater change \ be required ; his nature j ..*. with other complimentary phrases

ryj- C rttun! : b'j'l;. ht on c.ri1sr.Rfers Dec_ 2* Apliachimla_ _Au_...;_. 5_,_IS- 15.-. __ _n___ 31-tf__. nigh; unto him bond>men and tax-payers. must be changed the physiological I i adapted to the occasion.. The General; no?
--- -- ----- -- structure of all that i is human
Now it in this must be altered used to let such
wise /
was that the kin : compliments
H-LIRV. ) S. :'\'icli.crson, UMBER: IiSPECTOR.-The undersigned I }pass unnoticed -
R. (F.j.' DL-S\.p. > yejf 0rleails.J. DCALCR[ IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, L hiving: been appointed Inspector of Lumber caused the war ; his youner sister had a change., as he would be a great loser by sucha coolly took ofT hi-, coat, and said tithe )

.t'1.rol, A'vuin i :McK'-.vziE, 7 .\ .LI hicola.S. 1 HATS: CAPS, fcc. for the Countv of Franklin (oflcr his services t t. vineyard;; to the river Jsibine. fair and ncjressive! : tean.s'er-'..:'<* nv sir, jou
.3. ". lI"rd'U"'. ;,)". ) .j, NJ. 1 Culuiabu- Block the public in that capacity, and will attend to all !goodly I tn look upon. An-1! /behold when It is activity that sharpens the digestive i must fulit;:: !" and pircfiir. into Mm. they-

-- : A: .J.--SeUi-( I'. Dc J 12 __ Aptltchicula; Fa. duties appertaining to<:ud appointment. Kins James looked upon the vineyard, and organs, and makes food sit easy on the the General ar.d the lm3tu-hilll: a glorious -
-- CORNELIUS GRADY. saw it was a place to be desired stomach ; it is energetic action that causes ti.zhr. but i the General ofT
\V.lLp.SI.i3NJ; RK"r \II. (faWCI, Charles Rogers JohnMunn.; Eugene W. Rogers. abounding come victorious.
.tJ.l'\ '' rdttMnii; : ,.til f' ;.-"tm5 u;' family. :\farch2'2.1515. in d.irkies and creoles, and (lowing uiili su- the sweet and balmy; sleep which is so lJe'scarJ Another te.rn-ter, who interfered iu

et-!a-n'i! )it d'1.i: -!>''i'; :;t rcs.NJ. : (;ha". llor< !t Co., : t gar IIHJ mola l ;. es, !-tr.ii>:htvv.iy he coveted iiexceeding ('( to invigorate: and refresh our weary the fi:lit. was next wu'keil: into by the Gem:.

U .Vatcr Mrettsov Fla. COMMiSSION: Water I street:\1ERCIlANTS i LUMBER, Inspector lNPECTOIl.-Has'ing of Limber for the been County ap much, and 'seized J upon it, and natures ; without it our food becomes burdensome ;and knocked; into a cuckc'l hat hi fes than

: j II .AM: tciiicola. (l. 1'2 .Apil-irhicols, Fa- of> Franklin\ the underintd ofFers his services: annexed: it tn I the hand of Jonathan-seeking and we retire to our pillows no time. It tnn-t have been *.iho! h. this
n. r. tbt2, .- -- -- to the [public in capacity and will attend to occasion against his sisltr. But his only to be haunted with nightly visions.Cart .- morlifiril feeltics of( the lidttlltIIII rt"3 to

{ It. H-i' ,n. I II D. i:. \Vooil A: Co., all duties appertaining to said appointment. younger sister snul red Ions! and would not we otherwise than admire the wisdom discover as they very soon (Iicr>7erpd.! that;

t P-SV:. II i iv: :riVCMi: D1 ciNn'PAINTS I COMMISSION: FORWARDING -\priIIS, IS 16. BI'.NJ. LUCAS. lift up her hand against; Jonathan ; wherefore of that Being who has so adapted our wants they hail born very otft, -ctualU xvlppptil Ly :<

)!UA. Gt. \.: & .. &or. MF.RCIIANTS[ I I Boots and Shoos.BOY'S the King waxed: wroth and blasphemed, to our capacities in requiring that of us Hn.,'adier (; in the United ijta'tesarmy.

V.: .-. V !-!:I'f.1iLH Ittn "t of stitinery.jad No. 7, Cnlurabus R
0 'r. , '.' :Nov. 2'<, l-5l;. AinltchicoN. Fla.J / : ': sew'd and pcg'd Kip'Urogans; ; Then he commanded Zachariah the captain Does not he mistake the road to happinesswho
nl 1 A ,..II-:1i"h.1 : ". attempts. to live on the gains of others IRISH RUBIS-Some
of his '
F. Nourv, II. B. :Stone: II. W. Dro ksNon.'se Gents fine Calf Brogan* ; host, valiant man, in whom was without ten jenrs a;o.
II. D. D'.irdcn, Wm's petj'd and sew'd Shoes; Childrf>n's do do. the spirit of wisdom to take three thousand their consent ? He may for a sea- when travelling on a stage coach"from London -
& Co.
Col'Jtnbus Buildings, Stone Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes; chosen men :.nd march into the land of his son shine with! dazzling splendor, decked in to Shrewsbury, afnonj the O'ltsfde passengers -
NH. 2 \ COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, Super Ladies coarse and fine Calf Boots.A !sister (but the King straitly charged him stolen plumes plucked from the wing of industry : was a cleve Irishman. '\'e stopped

D!C. 2 >, 1 1511.: ApalifhiC'ila. No. 40 Water street, large and extensive assortment' just receivedand that he should declare to the children of his ; but never, till the laws of nature; are to breakfast and had been comfortably sea-

Bc.ijamin Salter, Der 12 A aUchicola I Fla. for sale by WM.: G. PORTER &. CO. sister that the land was Jonathan's ; and "I I I changed, will happiness dwell within his ted for about fifteen minutes .when 'coach

COMMlI1N I : :MERCHANT, Harper & Holmes, Dec 5 41 Water street. also" said the King, "will swear the same breast. ready !' was heard. All were instantly on

N.). 4J W.iter street-Up stair-, COMMISSION: MERCHANTS: Iron, Nails, &c. thing to the counsellors of Jonathan, when The young man, as he looks upon the 'their feet to take their places in the coach.

_T).',. t. 1SI. kpaIachirfltt, Fla.Ls. also TONS Swede Iron assorted sizes; they meet together to talk.") But the fraudulent bankrupt rioting in extravagance cxcepi our friend, who, not in rhe least hur-

frctl. E. Dit", ,fl?t'llh lor the 20 100 kegs Nails, do. King himself went not to the war, but remained and regaling himself all the luxuries of a red, ordered the maid to faring m more cg.

FACrUZI 1 ) COMMISSION.MEll'JH : SUN: MUTUAL I INSURANCE COMPANY: 4 casks Weeding Hoes assorted qualities; at home eating and drinking and fashionable world, with an extravagance un- Instantly her exit the Irishman hazilycollects

: 1 1 .\ :N T. of the Cili/ of \"cw York, 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils; rmking merry with his wives and concubine becoming the retired capitalist and that too all thesilverspoons and, places them

:-:0.2 C .!'J'"H Hrfc! :-0.51 Water street 20 English and American Vises ; ] ?. Moreover, the King ordered Win- in a moral community without hardly exciting carefully in the tea-pot. The maid shortly

D.- '*, .. i'i.: Anii! "hi.-'a.: F'a.At.var D"'c n Apalachicola_ 20 Bellows; field, i the chief Cciptain of all his host. to a single;; rebuke often feels dissatisfiedwith brings: i in the eggs; and our friend angrily .
-- --- 12 dozen Spade and Shovels; the slow but honest and of calls for
C. H. COXNERV his the sure way a spoon.
PIt.\Tr. C. A. GI.EEV. repair to post ; (now raiment of Win- :
D >ti a: Green A: Co mi cry, 10 Collins' Axes; .field. was the finest of sheep's wool and his accumulating wealth : he does not realise lieving them to be stolen calls the hOS1' !5.
bxs Cotton and Woolen Card
Do.lyre A-1 Pratt, 10 ; that true happiness is not in the abundanceof who the corch
COMMISSION :MERC I H ANTS 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill\ Saws meat was "a hasty plaieof soup.") Moreover stops search amotr* thepassengers
SHIN"S I & C ).\MISSION: MCIICHANTS: No. 30, Water street. 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel for sale by Winfield was advanced in years, and gotten:! wealth. He o\'elooks thesourceof for the missing spoons; mean

No. U Water Street t. APALACHICOLA, FA. WM. G. PORTER & CO. had cut his eye teeth and kept his aIr true enjoyment viz. : a clear conscience while. Paddy cooly finished his brealfjsf.
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of New York I eye and a contented mind and fancies Walking in the streets Dublin
N.v 2.! \n.hchil"ob Fa.iflTit. : Dec 4 41 Water sM cocked both \\a's., And he reasoned with a friendin
ClIAS. A. GREEN, Agent. that could he, like his fraudulent asked
-- neighbor 3 cab driver
himself, saying, If I shall the King, company way to
'I'tii'ior, Dec ;'i No. 30' Water street. OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PIHEMX obey at i. single ofiIJottp.n
leapsuch stores certain
grasp a place. Pa-My looked
and down'
BITTERS received and for sale then will the me in front op ,
COMMISSION ND FORWARDING just by enemy open upon
wealth and like him hold his in and then with
Edward UlcCulIy, standing a comical leer said
M E It C II ANT.No. Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN. and the King and his company shall assault 'Sure
COMMISSION:::;: MERCHANT AND DEALER me in the back and shall becometoo : respectable society he would be perfectly your honor, there's my carand the hint -

22: XVater-street A Hl".hi.h.rranci IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, Dry Goods. hot for me, and iravailings for the I happy. Encouraged by' the example of was taken.
*e">n lv No. :50 Water street. DRILLINGS Tickings Cotton Osnaburgs land Jonathan shall he naught. others and seeing: how lightly such transactions -

Iolunan, Dec ;"i Apalachicnla Fa. )' Jeans Flannels, Ulan And behold be these are J passed over by the community at II My son" said an ollL>tnrbar. Tnrk one
as pondered
'W'tlf.r.\I.-:: \ n RKTMI. nBM.KR IN kets Tweeds Shirtings Sheetings, Checks. on ; large, he launches out into business and is day taking his child by the hand' in the sirs. .
n.Y: (;,) ii) >. B') J r.<. oiors, HATS, AND! IV m. CJ. Porter & Co. Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes Hosiery, &c &.c. things", and sipped his "hasty plate ofI I willing to barter away his character for honf'styaud of Cairo and pointing out to him, on the
CI.f) rill :\l;, &Of'. DEALERS IN GOOD-;: AND COMMISSION For :sale by B. ELLISON &. CO I soup his spirit waxed warm within him,p integrity for the of opposite side a Frenchman
paltry sum a just imrortt'd.iu ,
'u1a li.nla, Fla.. MERCHANTS.: and his choler and he de-
\ straightway
ortl I Ch"tnlt-Str'if. Jan 23 23 Water street. I
; few dollars! Whileothers have been industriously all the elegance Parisian custume
No. -11 Water Stroet.D. : "Myson
I chred unto the King, he would be hanged I
H R. WOOD. "rt.B:1 & Co. c ;"t Apalaohicola Fa. HATS and Caps by the case low lor cash by I if he would budge an inch. Then was the engaged in some honest occupation if ever you forget God and his: Prophet,
themselves of the come to look like thai.
B. ELLISON &. CO. denying many enjoyments you may
wroth and said him. The
: unto
John S. Htitcliinson, of life, in order to lay up something for a <
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION SUGAR PANS"" at Manufacturer's prices, by Whigs do so to me, and more also, if I don1! wet day he is using artifice to induce HARD AND SOFT SOAP;.-An editor refused '
:\J. 'I Cul-nib'Ji n'Jilclit' MERCHANT B. ELLISON & CO. play the devil with thee for this!" Never. every to a druggist's bill item of
them to trust him with their and pay a larg
Get. =11 1. A JAh hi n1a Jan 23 21 Water street. theless the word of the King prevailed no I : property
No. Water ,
50 street. then betray that confidence and spend it in which was for castile soap. lie got ir, he

T. II. Viistlu :ttrona.e. Ap L.cHlcoL.Fa.. Cloths aud Carpets. against- him. extravagance: and idleness. said not as a purchase but as a barter.

COMMISSION MCK CHANTS.No. Jas. F. Farrior, 18Oil Oil Cloth 1 and 2 yards wide; But the war displeased Horace the Four- When he reflects bow he has abused the The druggist give- him his hard soap and

45 Water Street GENERAL RECEIVING FORWARDING fc super Ingrain Carpeting; ierite and he railed vehemently against the confidence which has been placed in him be, in return cave the druggist his3jl sotlp
Fa. COnU:5S10IEHCHAXT: 3 Cotton King and cursed him in his heart, and
O-t. 21 Alldlachi'Hla. can he case the unwelcome intruder a
... No. 50 Water street. 2 Stair taught the people also to bate him. Now up It is recorded of Washington.! by the
conscience? In short he be
Cooke A Home, iec: :3 Apilachicola! Fla. For sale by WM. G. P9RTER&. CO. Horace was a mighty scribe. neither regarded a guilty can Foreign Spectator that he rncnberedarid"
ignorant of the feelings of those whom he
COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, I*. W. Cullen, Dec 5 41 Water street. he the apparel of any man. has robbed of their honest dues! 'fell me paid a debt of one cent for crossing; firry.
No. 13, St Charles Streel, ------
New-Orleans AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT. Fine Boots and<< Brogaus. CHAPTER II. not that be is happy ? He seeks the exciting Modern political patriots art! not si> parliculai. -

AMOS Hoax. : 1'1 ) CASES Gent's fine Calf Boots; Now Zachariah did many mighty acts. ; influence of hilarity to keep out of his .
AVDHF.W S. CoKE.: S'ificite a Ill.are of Public Patronage. 3UO( II Brogans.For and smote the hip and thigh, and ----- -
frb S. IrS enemy mind (the thoughts of his crime and ere There is which cor.tmnnds
____ Oct 24 APAL\CHICOLV, FA. sale at low prices, by took prisoners the captains of their host long betakes himself the intoxicating bowl I no quality

.I.e. Allen, I. D. Jan 9 F. KOPMAX. and much spoil, of cattle and sheep fill his of this is the more respect than integrity ; none more
Whollr anal Retail D-aler: \ iniaUGS Bugbee, very to up measure iniquity ; : freedom and independence than economy ;

: MEDICINES.I : PAINTS, OILS COMMISSION AND FORWARDING Flower Seeds. and asses. i riatual effect following the cause. He has these with industry i is all that a man needsto
'.GLASS BIWSIIES&c.&C.: : MERCHANT AN asssortment of Flower Seeds, just received But in process of time. the trsisury: of the i voilated the sacied law of nature, and is depend upon; and should ypu make them

also No. 7, Columbus Block (or sale by King was greatly diminished; and he called '''I' found guilty at the bar of conscience and I rules conduct, must !bsuccess-
.1 gfnrraf attortnunt of Jan 30 J ALLEN. Steward of his house- your you
Sept. 15,1810. Apalachicola unto him Robert must sLitTer the penalty. ful
while! without them
pOOKS, IIL\ KS. STATIONERY, &c., &c. him \Vherewithalwilt you never can.
and said
cor. of Chtsnut A: Commerce streets Starr &: Co., COFFEE; White and Brown Havana bold [Boston Ploughman. who depends upon continued industry anti
-lice 4 Ap.ilachicola, Fla. AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CUBA ; Segars various Brands. Just arrived thou provide for the sustenance of the integrity dependsupon patrons of the most

B. S. Ilaxvlcjr, AND GENERAL AGENTS, per schr Cinderella, from Havana and for sale army and the maidens of my household 1" IMPORTANT TO THC L.'DIEs.-The London exalted kind. They are the creators of fortune '
EUFAULA ALA. And the Steward answered and said unto him Gazette contains some important information
f.\Crot; AND COMMISSION: MERCHANT, by B. ELLISON & CO. and fame and nevefwiht disappoint or"
No. 2S Water street, REFERENCES : Feb 20 21 Water street. This thing will I do, I will comb my head for the ladies with regard to the desert jou.

_Df'c 3 ApaUchicola: Fa. MUST DEAN & WYLEB, and anoint my whiskers with oil, and put on manner placing: ; their lips when they desire

JOSHH BLACKWELL& Co.}1. New York. For Sale, a sanctimonious air, and go unto the money to look amiable dignified &c. It suggests I,. APPEARANCES. is a remarkable fact
Avo.'r V Joiios' L. F. SEAMAN: &. Co. 10 IIIIDS. choice N 0 Sugar; shavers of Gotham, and it shall be, when that when a lady would compose her that every animal hen dressed in !human
GIIOGERS i: COiIISIUnRClIATS.:: : JOHN ;NORTON jr. :50 bbls Flour by she
that mouth bland and character apparel resemble
behold their to a serene man"indvery strikingly
they my pursestringsshall
No. 43 iterbtrcet. Jonv FRAHER & Cn, Charleston.C. Feb 2 NOURSE STONE &, CO.
13ec5. AiMUcbicuIa; F d. C. LATHUOP & Co New Orleans relax and'! they shall replenish the should just before entering the room. say in features.
JXllE\ttAU WARREN CROMWLLL, PAINTS AND OILS-:50 kegs No 1 White treasuries of my lord the king. And the Besom and keep the exprssion into which Put a frock, bonnet and spectacles on a
A. K. AYER. J) columbus, Ga. ) galls Winter Lamp Oil ; 300 palls saving pleased! the king/ well. I the mouth subsides until the desired pig and it looks like an old woman of( fifty.
J. Day & Co., Linseed Oil assorted Glass 500 lbs cifece
50 bxs Put-
K. J. I HARUIN, Apalac.hic.o\\ ; ; So Robert went unto Gotham unto the upon the company is evident. If A bull dressed inn overcoat resembles-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS : ty lOt assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead
; seats of the money-changers. And he went other hand she wishes to assume a distin n lawyer.

No. 52 Water street, 'r 1ISTAn'S and Swayne's Balsam: of Wild. Spanish received Brown and for, Yellow Ochre Green Paintjust unto the chief banker named Flintheart, guished and somewhat nobler bearing, not Tie a few ribbons round a car, put a fan
Dec V Cherry just received and for sa'e ky i sale' by
5 Ap-ildchicola, Fa. Lend nnto of sweetness, she should sa into its and a bonding school Missbrepresented.
*, Nov 2S J. C. ALLEN. March, \ II. F. ABELL. and besought saying, now suggestive VBru.slz paw ;:
be(fch:" A.lsn. Ants for the ")Etna Insurance" Co. -- me ten thousand talents of gold, and the the result of which i is infallible. If: A cock in uniform i is a gene-

lord Insurance Protection Co.Insurance" Hartford Co.Conn." and the Hart M OFF ATS LIFE PILLS AND PU NIX For Sale king will st'P. thee repaid." But Flintheart she would make her mouth look small and' r I to the life. The features of a tiger callto

BITTERS just received and for sale by MOSQUITO NETTING Fine Ivory and Pa- rolled up the whites of his eyes, and answer- pretty she most say Flip but if the mouth mind those ofa sailor. A Hedgehog

J. IE. &: J. III. Hull, Nov 28 H. F. ABELL Druggist. and Corded Skirts Muslin and andy Linen article Dresses of Black Grass ed him, saying, "Isthy servant green, that be already too small and need enlarging, looks like a miser.
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Lamp Oil. Drad Eta,just the thing a for gentlemen's summer he should do this great thing ?" Likewisealso she must say Cabbage. Ladies. when having Dress a monkey in frock coat cut off hi*

No. IS Water street ..trained splendid article for sale coats and pants,by I said all the bankers. their daguerreotypes taken may observe tail', trim his whiskers, and you have a

Dee I? AFALACHICOIA FA_ WINTER. [}jan3')]. J C AL.L :N. March 13, FRANCIS KOPMAN. But when the king heard: thereof; he was these rules with some advantage. Broadway dandy. _


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[[ the Philadelphia North American.] [From the Pensacola Gaz':te, Apiil ::1.] { I LLW'1 1 ; Il"olltllgr.Vh .
.THOUSAND YEARS lIEXC GLORIOUS NEWS COIMCUL( \ : JPERTISER.APALACHIC01JV : The joy which filled the hearts! of our I the capital; addressed to Co! \Varncr, advrfnta do we cxicotn.t \ eel ? The. ml-i"1 t h e

of the of in t the Ai.cncin ( :iovcrnorut Salt III", ; of 0 few individual m ? ,
EXCEKI'TA, ---- -- -- -- people upon reception ( accounts: act : g 'is ; a fcrn : r
From .' Herald of the Pacfit," from March .llIERIC.lACJIS AGAIN S.'TURD.\Y. APrJL 10, 1347. the capture of Vera Crux and San Juan t dint A IIIC rica u Commissioners then in ty ; out t t r the mnjoTitj jf 1I.t '/ *. t w
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d'Ulloa manifested itself at uight in a bril- the city of Mexico, proposing to the government the t IJI
Tin INAUGURATION OP THK COLUMN TO IS OUBS J. The following gentlemen are authorized limits of Apalacbicola, not only '
SAN JUAN D'ULLOA of some of Ihe principal lu conclude a betueeii the tOCj i
Agents the COMMERCIAL ADvsitTIsEi and will liant illumination I ;peace iitr
MR. ESPY took place dear the ancient city fo I of a heavy debt, ar.d the burdensome ul b

.of Philadelphia, this afternoon. Though The U. S. war steamer- Princeton bearing recei'.e and receipt subscriptions, or advertisements buildings. We admired}tliB taste_displayed) two cJun.rfics-givcs:1ll ;iir of probability l lo fray, tlu-ir annual expenses; but al 10 j, trSI'

we are three thousand miles from the scene the broad pennant of Commodore Connor t :- by he boys of Kngine n.11O tastefully: the surmises that something: of the kind ison arr.n.1. brgmnin? at their to??*'* I Itt

Hve hav, hy telegraph, full reports of the irrivciJ at this port this morning and cameo I .To>n-ii F. I lifMverMn'Hs MASON. Post 1 IliuMinc New York.corner cfILtnovrrand decorated their Engine: with HowersjindVriHianily'illuminated foot> .__ .. -. ._. _]j f C-.dlw' in ..h.1.bIuockor.,corj.orafe th.; h"... _linti"I. L p ft

''proceedings' UI to two and a-half minutes ti anchor ofT our whaif, at half-past nine I '.tVIL) HRAVO, Ksq.: N'ew Orleans. it and) ilhonqe. n lucli>-,.la river. The w'u.le!- ---- III Clfl' t
ago when a tremendous sionn of rain and o'clock-exhianisug salutes with the Navy \\': r. W CisKrvur.: : ESI<.. ,\lb'IIIGa.. "Trie l attempt; I.1, t the ?cntnil\n d--trare t the: road aCCcr I (,
'lightning was raging, that hail been got up Yard she The Princeton sailed M.ijor .T.\rn UARDMAX Ktif.mla: Ala.o:7' A very pretty effect was produced! Dt--ii.ocr.itto |'.irtv by the ('mlurt Ilf such men as survey is to be ordy four: cr five miles Ion .
as passed. .--- U'esfrotr aJ.cI; 5 Vnlff, will I avaiL r.riM,i-: j The face ,
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the on
by old --- -- > tpetlllon
philosopher's disciples in honorof from Vera Curon the 'JCth ultimo and -- -- -- -- -- last night by,. jows ,> iancrn.s{ / declares jt to at
1. The "I.n Ihf vmtKitsecured hi in
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the occasion. We ''chted] to Capts.GRKKU l\hr.TO Pole ; < road and ben
of the : are ui tliu .LtbVrty! ; .
ihe intelligence s re- of a
brings glorious the! S" natc. by i ii,trj;uy a.d; corruj ticn. Had the. ntioht d
THEATRE. that with the Castle of San for. late containing( .. real, it i ii alMfcelher! unlawful
unction of city and HALL papers, profit f'I rioridj. 1" en called _upon tn rl.o"S a. that n'-i; V
THIS EVENING, Feb. 10 3137: will be presented Juan D'Ulloa; and their entire unconditional accounts of the battles in Mexico. We have nr-ver paused heretofore has'HlairC'1I to eanvn ':L"Ilf fi r,'Jatnes 0. \\' -
the celebrated historical play of surrender to our arms. .- ---- --- the orIgrn; t1l" this fV-Our [bst in'hidn.d: : thlt! (.f. 'I !;-n uly M t the WIrevt-r double rayconcl'jion, let fcirn"L:?{

THE INSIGNIFICANT CANDIDATE, We are indebted to one of the officers I FLECTIONS J S STGf} i: TED I 15 Y ry movement for its vigorous the battle-field numbers Dernccratic party held n-ponnlile for th- acN r<( law a* I have done, and he Jl,
the of the I TUB r. ATE .ATTL1IS.: volunteers la gone to a few (tcOnhllg Ip i'tatrrt-nwn wl.n I \'.Ire vulIiii will finj wfc ( I C''
OR STATE CORRUPTION. of the P. for following summary 5 beyond what was called! for. Our people ami i is true. What advantage then J *
Pebpje : to sacrifice one of the purest and! Ixvt nif-n m ,dees ihc U
in this most brilliant achievement If the martial: spirit of the American to and
POLK of the Presidents i proceedings 'have money equip '
one of
( the our Legislature given the
tinSf.ile; and ser.d an individual! as I their repre- ot people expect from a ? at>
old Republic selected as a candi. -an achievement that will redound -a spirit which glows warmly in their send then to tile scene of conflict. They b.ive ;pntativc111) il\\'v know to be unworthy the confidence five miles long ? It conntryroadfc V
date in a period of hiijh political more to the glory of our Army and Marine has created desire been no l laggards in getting t Jo t the po.-t of t ipt'r. of | brings Us neither 'H
bosoms an earnest uny p rly.
excitement because it was *uppos- among the nations abroad, than cny that has All (Ibis was done for our ctipntry4nd at the rail 1 '. Mr. Yulee! also secured! his clortiun in rnu,h' pleasure! food clothing, nor fire. If anj o
ed that he was too insignificant annals. (for military SIH'CI'ss-hH: ) not been sufficiently of our country. She; has not disdained! our money not jet convinced of the ; r
apern vet had place in our military the: same: manner as )Ir..f..tCItf di.l.! art} : general inutihfy! ,/,1
to nave: enemies.) Ja/tn Jones, 411are91hDiscinbarkution of troops cratified by the victories of Palo nnr our :\\lI'I!.. put if she ln-Id-j! us urr.vorhvof treacherously! deserted the yn-t fo which. the I rond, let them pout out it. .T
whatever benefits
BENTON, (a braj addcia ;en(r.l. I ( an eaucil participation people (.f t the State hid elected.him.! It the ar.4' "
and :
commenced. Reasca de la Palma Monterey was will
Alto, myself to
should km it i answer (then luccl
; i is time
who : his commission the it produces : it we v/ ; ; .
save up ;desire of the Tlorid.i{ ,
I people of that Mr.1 Yu! I
week before he was to March 13th.-Investment of the City completed. surely the Battle of Buena Vista and. the and ]\lr. Calhoun ha" oi.lydone his duty I.) the -should! be their llrprescntnlier. an'd not their e \|i Oief my strongest arguments against,foe'' tiC

aminst the enemy,) John Snith, 18th.-Trenches opened at night.: capture; of the city and castle of Vera Cruz slavebolding: States by putfipjr'lbe 1 intentions of Senator."-[Florida Dtmocral.The i is that it i i. unconstitutional. Suppose
'RITCHIE, (the President's Editor.) .2d.-City summoned to surrender-on all parties to the test NOW, WHEN, if r.V.FR. our t
2Y/e Cloipn of the ('"mprzn/. refusal, seven mortars opened a fire ol should' suffice to gratify; to the uttermost property our institutions and political safely rim truths that. nre contained; ) in the I. Legislature bad pointed Ihe Uw expressl |0f f

INtFR'OLL, (his nu1 (1n,) The A/ do. bombs. extent their ambition. be svouml. above! extract( come with F "rent force from a t I'|: PeuhIe of Apalachicola ; yet it itust be rta:L If

.\ 'torical cbarater, rather dUg'ii'in; and three GS'rountJers-PaixlwlI guns tI( I the arm, InrI'or nniziti'.n: and triilitnry: d''<- paper. |I ; and all laws and Itt
but amusinz to the pit) /Vie 3J do. more .American that our enerds. and ci| fire in the distance 700 coi.trarytoir
opened a mornig ; are illegal, and
MK3 MAURY. (in whirh rhancter Troops had shown themselves capable: sol- Suve! t.ittThe same energy which enabhdonr the) people at I hrf'"e: have never fell :1 ar.d ccnseqcem) tt Str
she will dance with Iti pr,oll, .in yards. gallant conrslrymen In will 1 tKce bioad! l.inds void. The Constitution expressly: ] ct
in: the song! which she h.ts made; 25th.-Another battery of four QJ poun dim in "'veiy species of warfare save in the will sustain them, if they are retained! at the disposed to allude! to the gross improprietyin I I (that all taxes in this State shall be i TfCi

peculiarly her own, Charming ders and three mortars opened.; 1 his d.iv; art of caps siring a fortified, city by the regular ;ipa'e, in planting colonies of tl -ir people, th'trinstitutions the selection of Senators, uliich the :I erual: ; but l here we find an act of he unirunulI:
still at C3." Jfrf. Janet. the Navy battery opened ahrerch in th wall; apiimnclifc of a wif-go. 'Thi l lao rrnwn- and their spirit. In the lati.. '\ ':'! i.l .
Democratic made in
Fn of the city ; the fire was very destructive to t the noble! resolution! of t the Virginia I 1"11""I {Dele : I'rnls-if strong forcing a man with :an annual income cr orfe,.

find[ a the columns reviewal devoted of this to critieims in which we the town. lag evidence of our military :kiI! has been .ito:, tbf-y will not rceo iiisis )0 biiiriini! ; any and! apposite as we timid to our hand; in time! i drtddoiLrs! : to pay cut nearly one tenth tfitT C
long play
in the the supplied. A city well defended by arf and by /1I:r-tmC'ut"\ftl lit. Fed-rnfdovpriHnfnt; ha-1 I the construction: a'
there i is a display of profound) :antiquarian' 26ih.-Early morning enemy : loridti. Demf>cfat, and JIIIIH indulged public roads, nlje at ,, t
learing. In the first act, the President's! proposed for a surrender. Commissioners nature t c:riironed with chosen t troop, witha for is! object to be the acquired pn hihilion! either of by slavery conquest in aryttrritory cr in stirli assertion, we would have been suspected same time, it asks! only one hundredth part trIP
buffoon is intrndnred with the identical old on ihe American; larze cavalry; force in I the open country to treaty ; holdinz it to he I the natr.ial aid indtViiblri of undue! political:,r prejudice. the annual ir.con.e cf a wealthy citizen ne- tr
fiat and damaged small( clvths and Loots Pillow and Col. ] and support i: bv diverting the attention I / of the :bt of each and cveiy citizen of each aid The fraud practiced; the people by I things ought to be resisted, else! \f'prE liol1ltnC'fHr 1 !>-.
2J1 Negotiations completed-City upon !
worn by the historical personage: the week Castle sIIrr'rlllererJ-\Iexican: marched attacking force, -a castle; well I I armed anti evi'iv( Stateof: S IbisConlHlcracy, (to rp troops whatever in tcrrilorv ; ingMr.
before an election in Philadelphia which l pr' Pl'rI.r description any -
resulted) in his obtaining a seat in the National out and laid down their arms. The sariisoticd and reckoned almost i imJ1r( n\- which Tray lie arqixind) dy the arms cf ti. Yulec for the House of Representatives I rrn4 than the pl-isme* of E rypt. It CJT Lc Til

Senate. *-This," says the editor American troops occupied the city and ble, has; after a few days siege, capitulated! (United State, or jiildH! by treaty!' with :111fl arid) afterwards electing him to t the ;iltd a duty or service, and not a fax; LlJt tit:.I I'r
Intteries of the town and Castle-at noon leinm power.. AM wr: SIIM.I. WAIT TO. SEE money B f rred from the! citizens trI : .h 4%
"is j .
evidently mistake -as the ingenious at t disc rem iin. : ps
dramatist will perceive, if lie reads more of that day the American Ensign was hoisted I \nnnf THEY Ann TO COMK HIOM WHO WILL .Senate-the hrcntion: ( to do which was .11"1,(', it will be Laid to make r.f am& 1
both and) saluted vessels. We sincerely .Ijf-licve that our ritr.en"would IIKIVE THEM our on JJI>POSSESS THEM ? denied I
% carefully: John Wentxvoith's famouchroni- over was by our stoutly hy them, and hy Mr.J Yulee -Iicveit i. not ta .riln.[ AbstraclioMt, ''
The of about 4,000 laying he willing to "stav/: the isa ntis! The above is from ailicle I
garrison men an extract an himself
cle of* The brought before the '
Court Fool. in which In;t'rsoll! was ( people absurd! technicalities cannot :Ion1.; re&Jt (41 tt.t.-.
down their arms as prisoners of war, being of our t and] I to find in I an honorable in the CliarleMnn which ;
is said: to have been of the other IIou e. Five Generals troops 3Irrc.ury. we publish it I the hist election! campaign and nIt lit,u;h moo seu..e.The .
their homes parole.
The most diverting
in which Ingersoll pcrfurms (he curious the and! leisure to enjoy t the lennwu acquired hy the :rty whom the Mercury i it i. f.r
feat ofeitiiuils own iro/v/, in a report on officer!* being amongst( prisoners. p sustain this actet the people pronounced cr neighborI.o; it expre4sl! I> .t l1

the Texas boun.Jan'VIii, history informs The total loss of the American army. the I'f.lorion"ietnrics achieved 5 : : hv_ s their I I Ianll t the exponent-in S their opposiinn[ ; to S the their condemnation! of it, bv voting I that! tie rf-d >halI bs hid off a ctrfdta naifr .;

us that he accomplished) with/ much, more from the day of landing, ( March 9)), is (Go <. Xow would seem to be the proper i. principles of the Wilmot I I'i oviso. 'or I the Whig candidates. They now han l I f r of district? The Koad Cr.nxussru-tN! ar .1$

facility than he did the swalhiwins of cer- persons, killed and wounded.! time to prnpn) ,(} a treaty/ of pence to the. The I ultimate lesulf-the *' appeal[ (-1 f I the authority I of a Democratic. !le aj-j, .oir.ti-d fr..rn each several district, hitiS,
Officers/ Killed : Captain John! R. Vinton, r.f.rspiprrthat I Ii IiI
tain Webster stories which of his were respecting publicly the cramed statesman down! 2d Artillery ; Capt.; A ibuitus. iM Infantry ; eti'Miiy, and now when} their cho
his throat in the capitol.; without his being I Midshipman) T. 1?. Shubrii Ii.. navy. at t I the I head! of I t their largest armv. and i tlnirprinripal coolly looked! in the fare-there is no disposition their sin's which they arc :pronounced unfit I1 niiCn.r3 liave been illeg-dly; appointed, acd t.;;i
t!,*ir a"t3 beccme null and '
vcid. !
able to make the least resistance.] officers Wounded: Lieutenant Colonel ; ,I seaport and! ut Iron 's: citadel I has to conceal the thnu:hts that are to fil!!! hy I.NTIUGCI: A.ND CHKRUI'TION I }'rrh '? sett'per.ftn i I
Di<:kenson. South Clrolinaoluut..ers., h1.heen gulled, by the sj.ecK-usr.ea: i\ :
fallen I reason would seem to I indicate to over in the minds of South Carolina ; -
uppermost r1'11sfucts forlli the above(
( set ( in t'XtrLIt.mn1airutinuS ; I
Lieutenant A. S. di riithivir. .1chicc
severely ; Baldwin navy. ;->: ; Fiec.o fcrmed in the city ui|i ..1
THE CORN MARKET. ttPllllo accept such terrrn as we offer. chivalry; whenever a constituticnalque. I I. r'i i
slightly ; Lieutenant Delozin Davidson 'Jil may a mInt hcr charge rnat'e I by I ihe b: but let >uch reir.err.bcr that the
The following remarks of the New York Infantry, very slightly ; Lieutenant( Lewis Were the Mexicans; a people) eniiiged;; in . !
the demand for
.are worthy on of attention.probable The opinion cx-, Neill 2J Dragoons severely. All the I the pursuits of commerce and tfiantifacttires ; I to I thMr satisfaction: an obstinate I diflVreticrof who for years past: have rule) the Democratic :! io.z1..
wounded well.
are doing I -did there exist t a strong social. feelingrementcd opinion on the part of sixteen or eighteen that the of Dem- A roa l canntt besrin within this
pressed) in the concluding pan-rraph; -that Of the )Mexicans the slaughter is said: to party I t rnnehineiy a tit!.
the of the will be by mutual I dependence!! of i interrMs refractory members of the Confederacy in- but at t.COUZJW3tljIZjf.t only. 1
scarcity next year greater have been inn:nene. The commanding oriatii CfiiHMjs; I:1: means of elevating! : incompetent I Seeing then,tLt I.

than of the present-i! concurred in by General was stationed; : in ihe city while his -were they closely! united: hy international (tcifrres to prevent.The :. mm to ofiire, contrary to the I i the! r-jid doe: not run through the city,cur pop.

authorities best of in information.England hiving the very second in command held the castle. Their I t tips i of trade and cons inercial dpaling', [ prospect of:1 serious contcsf, caia-; ,,vishes/ of t a majority; of the people:: and! l-ifion cannot be otherwise than exempt frus ..

means ; regular force was about 3,000 :and they had: any event which tended! to i interrupt the I ble of IJlO'ol"ilJ1)) : ansry strife bcuwrn h.t it the hole i cour.ty rosil duty. Moreover, if the Toad ;
The condition of the corn markets of : : vest* u (eminent iriihei
about the number ofirrf' lIlars. Out .
the of the same ;ppaeefu! avocations! of a portion of tljeppople the Nortii and the Snails, crnjured I h\ been divided tlT into di'tncts according to hv,
Europe, sources supply anti the side the city was General La Vega with a up hal: d. if the office-holders! and office seek-! J
probable state of ;prices arc matters of much would I ) be felt ::-.nd the ineonvfiMi'iiei'S of S the Wilmjit Proviso has been sufHcientlvappaicnt : I that aimetaiv frovides, that no tJurr.r shall be'?|
force of from G.O'JO( to 10.000)( cavalry.; C..I. ers. It demonstrates the mupnet, ; : hf .
the'I Ik; rItc' : !, '.r .ut vt h14 d.s Id: fl. \\ 'k :
interest this time
at matters in which UJ
; every Harney, with between 200 and COO U. S. it shared; in by all-the sheph'rd on the [ I (to every observer! of (\'t.'lIf--ro V.'iii to lLi Cs C I' 11 r.
producer consumer and factor in the country tictts all uu- any it' t'r-h.!rid i f i':d.! rc'.tdNw.. s H i''I.e :r fll J
dragoons, charged: on and repuld this immense mountain I would! soon f'clllle Jncouvenieneeof ome the idea Ins perhaps arisen that thrS'out'i &
is interested. It is e.: jmuted; that 1,. force with terrible .rrlinrJ"rl'm.. of Ap3tnchCf: have been divided oil! into rcu a
carnage ; scattering blockade! of the porl..HIJI'rof/ the i if o ut a a tube resi in t the councils! of :
43.3 ions of Indian corn, eqnnl tn about them 1 in all di reel iOflS. Thy had: barricaded : We trust; such modes of.filling elrctive district, how is it pe*>siie! consistently withti* |

51000.000 bushels will he required/ to replace bridge, to protect themsplirs, but I interior t \'a1lf'would. soon he taught hv the I the Nation, and despoiled of a share; i in the! I oiKrcs are ahout to be "lJimdoneI-t1H! U\v t., take the Lh-irtr in said! JblrlCI?, e:00l1

the loss of the potato crop in Ireland our artillery( soon knocked away this obstacle failinjr I rfemnnd for his produre t that the occupation acquisitions made by u tlleco/J/ lOn blued! anJtreasure fir.t !blow. Kl ihrir. J\.iSh-t.Cf (.ann: hOlT the ., rhtir: :liciifs: that is b.>.nr.d tLr! Kr; 'trv
exclusive of the usual for seed 1
; portion given to cattle reserve and the quantity, and. gae Hartley's command a chance of I the usa ii u fact ru ring townsvs; i ; might: with i I t heir sav-s! et.tcr upon Whi;s of I'l! .rid tiuri.-.g: the I Las: Cjnress. 'id 1 lr.c.-j.! in t rJcr t t ft rettheui t.\ r. nab:. ri 17tt

usually exported to ireat Hiitaiti., Jt i is iit them."Lelfc'i .Ie.roj"illl hi' source of ptospt-riiy in taking ;i iiI .seek! I to maintain :hf-msrvrs! bv lore! election.! : ; l'OtHt: road The' irp' sfion: M ;Lni'urvt :. j

".. estimated! ) that: the lo
"to 8142.599 ions. The value of the above In the attack on the town and Castle only p'e' considered a :a whoh-, tlc}: Occupation fir acquired from Mexico ; but of all those who 0--?, The I'l'irl'Li Ji'mvcrul at the! same .' ;ajy.[ lave bfgun tbtir! urvty setra
our smaller vessels, drawing not over nine '
quantity of Indian corn computed at Id I their and] inland! I hive: debated! the tbo-e square witUth ij.c-irpf.rafed lui.jts -.i Jhi i
(feet were ava ilaisle. 1 Hut t few shot lId, seaports j towns creates mcrpaf ) Cuf !, : ;u
of per the pound is .!13. in 2-1.3.j?, while the value shells were thrown into I the Ca.lle-llr. attack : public distress. Jnlliosc t States t wjiereourinle _Mfrcunhas been the first to breathe tin who! by list:nj tie and currnptioti; allied, toj!i city ::11..1 without: : rt :rt tot'-e! thrift} )' T cf l t.gstrt J
equivalent j
potatoes computed the Tuwn.lJlle mis. .lc'H'f' and Yuh'e! ; r" 1 ia reference to (their r.r! !he.. :. .', LL.h'ive .
j-lace in
only afiiid per stone of 14 pounds/ is.:l3- being upon : : pifilomiiraics I they I eijoy. actual bfnpfits thought I that/ a necessity for such a Con. I' leot.t i

570999. Should the quantity; of Indian of the enemy's missiles struck our vessels ; ( I huerefroni, I in the greater (cJII!JlJ.-It better will ever arise.Vc 'believe there are (' I the S'ctste, contisdunu hike alhonsan-K j r' : rsn diagonally ar.d i.Tli-criniitattL.
auJ .Midshipman i Sb nbrick, who was killed tho nr.inijToved it ts ct the L--nd! C'rrtp< mv, a.3
corn be required, independent of other kinds prices. for their products few who are willing to admit thai briok: ur I on tho-e! who opposed. i\1 r. Urotkei.biotJgh'.s j
: I
chcapersupply persons '
shore. With
of breadstuff's, to supply! the deficiency was serving a battery: on the; .reirne to call tins a lj-\ai! : c. city the hopes of I the enemy fell as they foreign: articles-exemption from/ taxation ; I the ( lovernmcnf formed: by our fnrcf..lhiMS lon'4:-r c'it us.rsce in Congress. [ the! Land Ci.
; the other crops, it will require 3.jJj vesseq.of 'u snp;"ne rat: ni<; a:'y vtlioir \.1:
400 Ions each, to transport ii. and will had not provisions iu the Castle to sustain S and, contribution-;and the fearless! :'II1d on the basi of mutual i / compromise, tIlt.princilll's \\ } have no disjnsiii; (i> to iiiterlVre( in family : : I. U to bs cut up in that ...It of :tyl j jAni

add at least one hundred millions of dollars a protracted siege. certain enjoyment( of life and property. The of whichvcre to depend fur c heir I ii juaneih.: :and will only! rc'mar!;, t that I tiler cu- MiJcratLr i that shoulJ 1I..r. t b?' vie

to the value of our e'tJOrts.Ve The Princeton is commanded by Captain I co'ij-ling! pr.ii, > of :3Ir. I IJrock t.Lrotigh! :n.1 I IcenMire
aggregate ; Englu ; as she sailed fiom Vera Crux Com. more our arms penetrate; I into t the interior continuance upon reason and benevolence. lookr!, i is I the extravagant expenditure: ol the rrs- a

greatest can easily difficulty spare this will quantity be the want of corn of vessels; the Connor's flag was saluted from the cattle of' the le.s will the c\ iI!. of War be felt by theh10l1C. shuuhl I in less than a (century be of \i Ir. Yulee in due parnrapli. '' tIC) vabacrLocd. Ti.e rraJ i is unlj: two .ferctfi I

to take\ it from our 6hor !. San Juan D'Ulloa.! With the Mexicans especially a leading} political jounril, incapable: 01 looks: somewhat strange to ns. rhu (tt1! ..t)"iJc and i Lur.dred perch

At two pence per pound die value of the The Commodore isl'aSSfU2cr on hoard, \\ i(1I( the JIIHSSPS: no such feeling as Na- [being longer administered/ : upon such principles. it-member tu have heird it saiil' that 31r.! I Inlod"'ul.ruu.h .. I'.ruMuittplv5 tie!: !leruth by the breadriJ rJy

above quantity of corn would he about having; been relieved by CouMio.lore Perry tonal Pride exists ; military! despotism }Ins !If 1 there are many: who have tothemselves i.'eclau. : l. that. itwutihlbei, -."i hare I'r-!} t\ver.ty acres contained ;.. the vrhtfer

27,000,000, equal to Sl30,00f,000) and before the commencement! of ihe>e opera p"lijt! ( ;,1 d.Kiin.ition: to man to >'ad. The highest i>rce lhat Ins eve teaUJ !
lion The 1'. having landed he bearer Ions! since obliterated! : u the noble feelings. t :admitted! that the do! uh.s expressed | any tlppust.1
% this would not he above its maikct value in : i t.i! f
counrv >>r t L-ann sm-o iMir.J 4t
I ,
the ri-devant nomination; : ;
Liverpool. The last for I Indian of despatches for Washington, md Col. which save rise toT; and] curried: to .. Sn c.- by the political I writers of t the! Old I .; ct\j. utIes. :
quotations < n cI"iar: a.i acre. It Ivis Stcn dune Ii rd4Lo ire
Totten at this place, sails immediately for ;. \\ c rather: gne;" II us p \vio ,
the Wothl of the
corn in J..i'erpooVitS) 72s. sterling for 480 ('cssfllltcrminalion. War of I Independence stability/ of our popular in-

pounds, or about 84 bushels : equal to 3i Philadelphia via Havana. We have nut the invasion of our t tro6ps awakes St btitutioi.s S : are well I founded, i ihey I ha\e with had a Iicind in sending f-i'ft (n If;'e tfenxtevil ,. ; an arre. Nov, twenty acres cuq&4tiy
: (ten tMhtrs! ixes tint hnmtrtd dollars Ibe
obtain list of her
been able :
to a officers
4 cents per pound), which at .">j pound to the ; \ !I be politically damnt-d; in Ftorid.i.!
no sneh emotion to cxrhc: : them: to deeds! pious patriotism u smothered I' the unhidden Tht'l
hi.c! Wtt
p would be and, indeed owin;. to the lateness of her t an.our.t rlarJolJ! : have "
bushel. $1 9fj bushel. Ofilm
nearly 81 75 per bushel,per is covered by cost arrival, we have been compelled to s throw i of valor! or to cause them t to seek by t treaty : and unwelcome! thought-they haxe Is''re- I indignant/ l.imeniations of t the ])cmor-ral I tbn, becomes d t the thC':!;arid?, that thsivinfrs CtJrol:1.-

aol) charges before it leaves this country. together the furegoing particulars iu the utmost I to st(;'y the desecrating; footsteps of bone to uller if. We deplore the unshrinking :. over the defeat: of : Ir. liruckcnliron in are tr\in; to fierce from the\ people.

The species of grain. which we hall here possible haste.__ I the invader ere the whole soil of t their country I firmness which enabled s the I'shitoiof I the Demoeratic Convention must he ham! I A:,..thtr consideration :is, that some .f the jc.tititners .

after distinguish as Maize js destined to be [From the Pciisacola D.morraf] has yielded] to }his t tread. They feel it i H the Mercury coolly to pen and publish the to I that gent wounded." ambition. We for the road, are opposed to it t theirclvcs ;- r

one of the most important exporting staples )] ArCI 2HI, 1647. true, a bitter hatred for the foe-but that reflections in which he seems to lak,(;a have. no doubt hut that i he ha* made! up hisj on the ground that the road ii being til"
of the country. The d imn-J fur it. in At 8 o'clock A. M. the Castle saluted i
mind to bear his constructed in the contemplate! .
deeds that the reverses philosophically rnanntr: they
feeling manifests/ itself by no of valor gloomy satisfaction t skill in ware-
Europe in ircat the
particularly Britain must the 1exiean Flag"-at 10 garrison
-be permanent and It is our impression that crossed to ihe city and the whole Mexican or acts of \ i'idom-il, produces] naught, that fare, which our countrymen( of (he North ;and to trust tor justice to-posterity. and expected. Whenever a petitioner does not S?

it will be greater in 1848 than it has been or Army marched out .me stacked lhair arms can lead to success in war or an honorable and of the South are together gloriously I ['cr tfe Coninieruiul! AdvcnUjr.TUC set I the tbiTii; for which he p?titlocJ, hispetitifabeccines of P,
'. will be this void ; ad comuse ncr.tIy! the nucber
year. on (the road near th Cemetery. Our Ar- peace. From the causes which we have obtaining may be, if need arise, employed \n\v iioAU. .1./
There is very little doubt but that the then took the line of march on each petitioners for the rrad i i- illegal Mest cf itl
my up
enumerated-from the nature of the domestic] ;against each other.We :\1 ro. EI'ITOtt1 I am ono ainon-: many \\ hoIok1
crop of potatoes in ( reat Uriiain this yrar, sitie. of the Mexican force into the town. petitioners are citizens cf Apalucliicub ad BttresiiUnts
will be less than last. The disease is in Col. Helton took possession of the Castle saluted 1 institutions( of t the Mexicans, joined to t the are not of the number of those I lie doctrine I that all I laws and! regulations for in the neighborhtod of the road \\Lic1

the seed, and it must he more generally the American Flag, and also tired a fact t that all I the Government is i in t the hands who doubt the capability of man for I the s-jfofy: anti convenience of mankind: should Inloni.deJ they must be, to make their petition Ici d!; sni f'
spread in the next than it has salute Com. the Princetonleft. ; I in equity and il1 ti"l'. In our etdi;hteneJ -
; ; Conner
previously to :
crop Ho of those whose trade i is war, and who hope sC I I. n\'ernmcnt-nor can we ever permit there are Iloe or two pctitirners whom 1 think it
been. The chances are therefore decidedly Gen Scott from the Govenment Home age, \ 1111 rft>nLli.-aii institutions are eon III achieve power out of the chaos; anti con- ourselves! to believe t that; : conflicting would be difficult to 3how before a Court ot Justice '
in favor of a ere; tcr deficiency this reviewed ihelroops as I they marched through end the only safeguards! d htrnian bapiiirie weslotid a
fusion that war produces among their countrymen opinions will I I I arise between lie Peopleof a$ In ii.g citizens ol this county.
year than there was last. such m the Public Square-he is now quartered 1: rt.irrovslv. wutcli/ that species of fyrannjliifh '
unfortunate result be realized, it i is impossible in if, the largest portion of the inhabitants I I -time is "1II/111"1'!! 1
I to anticipate the misery and distress it had left the city previous to I the attack-on the events which would have led any other characters, as will end in disunion, or what: over it. A few IIK-II, seelcinjj some stlfish er.d. and I hore that it will claim the attention of tbe iir t

would produce, or the quantity; of grain our I lie place: looked deserted. The publil'N APALACHIAN. r
entry nation >0 sue for peace, will I produce any will he worse-Civil If'ar.Vc have no aic afraid: t.) fare I l.e! public ai.d openly anIbir
which would be required) from this; countryto number killed is not acerianuedsuposedhowever :
make good the deficiency in the supply of to be large. The city is much injured such effect in Mexico, anti we verily believe fear but that the sime: wisdom the same iiites.tioiis ; but( too ofcn! kul! !; behind the bhck- COL. MAY.-The New Orleans Bulletin.

I food and relieve the distress.DAOUKRBBOTTPIXG from the effect of Ihe shot and shell. i that after we have dispersed) every army thnt mutual attachment, which compromised the t-ncd pige c-l a :,nit'tH. law I', and s'icco.d in forcing tells the following chamctestic anecdote of :

Nine thousand Mexican troops! were within : takes t the field] ami hi.u\e captured every city :Missouri Question :anti' quieted the spiiitof the public to contribute to their covetous Lieut. Col. May, of the Dragoons, in COSt .h-

: THE MOON.-A Daguerreoiypist 12 or 13 miles of the city on the n1.zlit of the and town in the Republic, we shall be as Nullification; will conduct to a satisfactory deircethir.g short ot the ruu.;h hand of md _

.; in New York has by means 28lh but were impeded! and driven back by Jar from ,'pei !enc"', can tear the mask: Ircn the face of nection with the recent battle of Bute ;
peace as we are now-perhaps: and/ peaceful termination the troubles
of au accurate and costly lens. manufactured Col. Harney of ihe .Dragoons. The attack: : such hideous firms: of I trtnt y. Let the people Vista :
Alvarado" will be made on to-morrow i among other reasons because we will not into which. we have been plunged by this-
in France expressly to hi* order succeed on rNm', aiid! shake oJl: tbi u;ele-s burdens tit! exhaust At the lime Lieut. Crittendeu was serf "
in getting a photographic representation (30th.) The )posessiou nflha place i is important be able to find) any responsible
of the moon which on deing subjected owing lo its agricultural produce.! to deal with. We sincerely believe that the Baltimore Convention. titable Jin; to a detached body of 1000 or 1500
enter riae.
to the action of powerful microscope, it i is Com. Conner returned on board the P. plan proposed by Mr. Calhoun and others : Mexicans thai were being cut tojpiecrsbl
been relieved by Com. Col. NUUOTI \TJO'iS FOR PtAci:.-The correspondent I In these general remarksir, I .nerely wish to f
; cbar-
said has disclosed the most astonishing and having Perry. our fire. Col. May was on the eve of
beautiful, phenomena in relation to tint pla Totten. of the Engineer corps and a bearer; to garrison the seaports and occupy a J line of the !ew- York Jaurnal of show the tendency of things ; and attempt to give Sin? them with his dragoons, but as LI>OU
.. net. A full account of the experiments ;is of despatches, also Clnr pasenaers; onboard extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific: Commerce writing from Washington uudl'r.. some reasons, why apparently lawful things may C. was: passing with his white tY o.( .

promised, as soon as' they bare been com of bearer despatches left im collecting revenue on imports tn defray the date of 24th nil., states that '.l s-. [Elar ous, somttinifs lie resisted with decided! advantage to May rode out and crossed his path to i iU".

i pleted.: _ mediately after his arrival for Washington. expenses of the war:/ will finally become ne the financial friend and banker of Santa; the community. It seems that we have law in I quite the object of his mission"I am ?i"
I lug to tell those fellows surrender
II our State which forces the whole population of lu
I I cessary. _ _ Anna, had been Rome days I in thai city, and till 1
order their lives. "Wait
t: REGRKT.-'An habitual drunkard having A COSTLY WEDDING; Pmsl: = -Among J.'r. :1lin! county to be taxed several thousand dollars t to save t

u found in a dream a cup of excellent wine the Hottentots, if a widow marries again, SUNK.-The steamer Charleston, Capl. that he was led to believe that a negotiation merely to satisfy the petition of lice Ice in di- have charged them." Impo-ssible.lbeold g

I i set about warming it, to enjoy it with more she is obliged to cut oil) the joint of a (finger FHKKMAN on her way down with about ion( was: going on between this country and vi'luah. Twelve private" en, with no deIt' a. man has sent me and I must go on." "But'

Out he about to quaff for every husband she marries after the first: Mexico and he of my good fellowsaid May entreatinglY''iorGossakejust
gusto. just as was bales of cotton struck a snag near Owcns'Islalld on eve. consummation test authority, chcoto call the whole
this she her husband her upon rein for five mi nut ev
to on
and he presents new up
the delicious., refreshing draught" wedding-day at one of the Jittlc on the Cth inst., :and sunk in about for a general peace. This, taken in con- county ftr several thousand dollars, and it seems and give us a chance at them." \VouM
: Mwoke. What a fool I am said he beginning ,
I -U why was I not content. to drink it cold ?" fingers eight feet water. nexion with the declaration of the Governor that we arc obliged to meet their demand under do anything to oblige you colouel but1 I

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ihere- flGbtt' a' of Chivalry; !, is past," !h'ui; ihank (Jod) I possible to calculate the ;advantages which ) PASSEXGEKS. T_ ----.- ------ -------- ------ ----..
4er;, I last of Letters
dIC (.IJ tmS oi "t \\ add this U. S. Mail 1trrangement.j .
11 e Secretaries ar can be appointed, j iovcntioii! \vill h.ive this,
fii it au'I b ; c I It) Ills 1ior 'he upon great Pr .tPanipr Ansii-ti i-Mer J It II nnnm. K REMAINING in the Post Ofi'.cu at Apalach- ,- THE Steamer AUGUSTA, D.
; El 3V1UItl( 14) Ihi! t tb sohaijic fnm-timi t of I their o'llce. vithiil manufacturing( country h nor I die amount of. P. Kallon. \ F Ojklev, T V Otto, J Mcllunier, 1, Isl" : 1' N. McLean Master will leave

%c11C IItt () %OVt of aI U) ) liii pretension) to knowledge of Iii ii it.IV tactics sovereigns which its invemor will realize by W K-llainy, U Robert-vSinn.. JAppleby I Victor H Lull, ffi.Apalaclncola, Tuesday ao4
; Jro,,. ln:412e: every
a without antcccdcr.t its Per irt.->! \ I Loc/Jiart Messrs !
130ce ihins 11cd Srr of acquaintance; with 1% ; utz, Bernard Saturday, at 1(> p nj Lear
Vie, M IIi I
I1ltfl *: records withuut talent without acquired THK ( A1exic. Aplinsr, IjAllebv A Lou. Thud
: The (Iniaooiw. we nudrisUoJ. tni i P-r steamer: Doston-Me rs A Oinn and P II every Monday Thursday a(
e ) ilurinzthariion.;t iibihtyj 3Ir. Jiecrelaiy :Marcy thIS i casting of this die largest bell ever urileI Rrjford. i' J LiJghion, Satn'l Capt 12 M.! She will also make weekly trip to Baia-

,: H Jen-le.l charec! f m W1S "* solv <1 a wv-tery inoic puzzling! than: h that I Iut the country, was successfully completed !' 1'- r ? eaner Emily-KPV Mr OConnerIrsirs Bolt her, James E 2, William bridge and Port. Jack1*/. Leave Bainhridge efery

Son ah ih* whole number Pr I the iihpiix| j on Saturday last t sit the fonii'lry' of Me>sr !! E .T ![ardnVn: ; >npr, L-ivvson. Buncr' Levi 2 Lovtll, David Wednesday night. Leave Port Jackson every

four troops. '. At the d.tte of the ( nnvetVion"--IS; j Me.irs, in London. The IVr r T'pytr'n.i-Gen Harcroas. jr., and Biit M, Sam col'd' boy 2! McGovvit K, John Sunday Tiht .
t Whilechappl, !x-'v' : Mr F..r'th. Mrs Harj-pr. Mi"H' ll Ca-f 1! Booth, MseST Miller ic Davil. Every
; will be paid to the and
: ?. TtLC'.A.'I! ) zCILTA1Y MAUCV. I also dieti. T.iylor.-. / cnnl'l rt'if, rf course i j quantity of metal fused was about tnentv ;> Wh Mtnn, Capt Watson; Mes r< ChaPratt, W linker, William 2 McDerrcont, John comfort of Passengers, acd strict attention ufetj io

; VoAf TriZ'v"4 comment* upon /' ir forest en lit ii the Drj> The New rfct an /(1fjCfIl1tront i to :Sjnith. P 1iv.'I. Cin! = Fry, S Iv I ledges D J i Burk
the impnrliinl ( JP/ com- j give die publican! : opportunity of inspectJ Michfil W 7. W J'oat. Dec. 26,1349-
tif correpufl- D.IV Ch.i.s: II, 4.
li1iOfl lme !: I'lnlli.w.
,nj ; |; mand icith'ittt( rotnulling in', or Without; icuting \J ing the work when ppifecdy t finished: pre- [ Per r ;| Buch, Capt Samuel McInUre: JasMontgomery
-> auier Aiizic.t-r C tppiens! and lady
denr between G-. T-jloranJ Mr. Mrrv.Vcenmct : iis result ofllte ina'tii OJ ( ralii un
the folowi! 2 : jori//-i>." \\Vjiii !k- fe.rtr I I thai) (.Jen.' T.iylor I' Tur.\EtvTRANsATLA.vrn: : STEAM SHIPS. Allison.' T lYr-rtnon, C G Alderman K Moore IJlien, Aaron M-rcer, Genl C 2 -cr'TILE splendid fast sailing trig TTr
\ ; J K Whipple! Taylor.POWfLAND1er. Ie1tzhnivcr, Daniel .Millrr, Benj ; 1nL'E, Ct411t. McCorinack. will bats
; vus i.ot In fine I his far The
ilrjnuturc the
hnt 1t : 1b'nI 1er41IjVC ncrjiiaiiited. : new steamcts of Iiiiiiihi '
i1tu an
.. i ia 'uick
.i K wBosworlh despatch. For
_\n nrb', Mackin, John II ; freight or pasaagt,
UC b:5 jiisi *. ;.:: atI. the seat ui wa r. with I I I'le-idf-nt Polk or Mr.! I ISeeiel.iry Nun Ii Americnti Royal I II.iil ( oinp.,isv, in- P Miller, NMcDonald t iving jocd accommodations, apply to the ma-a-

.f the Sc crctu c. undniakii-c m $ ;'i;ircv. E Had I he ha.'ii, no act oflihenscould teinled( for the iierea-eil service between brig Aurora-400 bales! cot- i lt. Uihery! J John A ter, or to .

I.flit afc-cliim-iiu from hi., f ..ioe. have: sinprised, him, unless a"eni1c America and England are to be called the to'i. ; Brockenbr-rough, W H McGrifl, Mrs Martha! Maich 27 NOrKSE, STONE 4. CO.

an1 Ui 4|h assuming| to judj-, J in iii* easy ch.ui atVashint 1i ; ( cr proriJ'nt one I1RiG. America, tlip Canada, die Niagara, and die Cttnn.NE\V YORK-Per bri; F P Deck-545 bates Brooks ,&. LiJrop, Mason, John Ii For Iloston. ,

cieii or Euiope. These vessels being forwarded i Brown, Jane Ana McKay, Gco W
ktiowledgpof are
\ ?", without i \E\V Oflf.F.ANS-Per brig Columbus-310 ..iE3THE fine pac ket bark JO/f.VPR O W-
GKN.: CimvAt.LA:>r.r..- (Jen. Gail Units-, E P 3i Moss/WiIIian :
for with
"r.t despatch consistent with that babes cotton. Kit
o'iircrs 1 the r oiM"r qualifications every ijutfcn. master, will sail en tile lOttiApril.; The .Major 1 ( .'ner.l! l'utrrM.ns; I j vv.illadcr, vi believe! is the only \Vhi 0T'icer / security and peifrclion which so eminently i, Cor Cotlin win, ,Adeline Jas C S Nix Newell, D II John ; :_ ? !. For frpigl.t on deck, apply to; I'i1ftv.-tI4eu! i ilistiiiguish the fleet of vessels M.srch 27 !). H. WOOD & CO.Lute .
of belonging to
:.d |w Krisadier; | lugh rank, who IMS icceived! ;m ap- I.tJ1fl'E 1NTEIbICEE. Crone, Alexander Otis, Win M

,ii,ei otfire.s. I l.y the birntli) of the Prt'i-iif't i:! pointmeut nt the hands of ?Ir. Polk 1 1 islugli this company. The sic, povVer and beauty j jof Crt>km, John Parish &, Bird, j. Fljnut,

t!! ) ?' unqualified j)erh: ps !< rankj ; j' model of the new ships will at once class Case, Norman 4 Parker, Francis B T. -
iril-file j c'r' ice-have !1'n thrnusliont hp i icmj..iin iniliiaiy; ; rejiutalion; and al I amine nt S them as the finest vessels in the world. Ii j l'01.Tjl>lFAPALAOIIICOLA April 10.Al Catelcrvvocd, Eben S 2 Pace, G T BOOT (AND SlIDE MAKER) .

ordf.ed I in M-iarale; and lush i iminimi )have measurably foiced him upon I the go- is not yet definitely fixed when the additional ; Cannaek, S W 3 Penn, JasJ .
; IUVEF). "j CONTINUES to t>n this biui-
bv the Secretary, wiihont) I the vcrnnient. Tlie V. S. Gazelle, alluding to voyages will be commenced. April 3-Erig Columbus, Webster, fm New Orleans Carter, John D Peck, William IL I ness in Apatachicila carry, tvvodctrs te-
J Dickinson D .
Vf & Cc. 9 Pierce, William B 2
fTtrr M Konah am! K'-a-h .
; r.I to ( his for the of low the Hctel Centre
: tleparluic: seat war, lernarks i : Dickins City Gen. Pilott.sMlie WIRE BRIDGE OVER THE >iTAUIAVtA- April 9-Schr Tallahassee I! n & Case, Poland, Daniel
nnsYcuirUn! Saunders
from t
: St Having
> ; t workmen
>i he
nr <
eItIZ| 4. (Hen. ('aIb4 allader is 'll Dickinson. Leonard L Pierce James
% !too vv known to Stock to I die amount of S'200,000 has been Mar ?. 2 L tlii
ephemeral excrescences confident that alt who way patronize him will firjd
5 need liP public assurance of the esteem inj SiP4n"r TI-IKO, AteLcan, fm Chntt-ihoochee. JDuval, William Pace, G 1't
out from the loucr pays of i taken, one-half in Canada, one half iu the that they have caiUd at the ribt Lop: -Ffer>ct
brought Steamer IVytona. Gff fin, John S 3 Patrick J
which he is I held! i in r. Columbus. ,
j our community, as anoffi.'er United States, to construcf'a wire Calf Skin, Morocco' ai.d Fjttct Ltather BiUr
: I snspeni tarIPr rnston, Morton fin Columbus.! I Enrner: on, David 4 Roberts, M LRalle
cot: | I and soldier bull h !;\ education and ; the below <- Shoes rradeto ,rdtr rf the latest and most
riser zt.afltPI
to Niagara
i Bridge Emi'v
-In ea,1v1liflfl. I f'1 i-i mr 'lv 10 IflIkC spno ; 11411, fm Colnnibns.T I Broils, David A &. Co. approv -
vvhic'il wouH jr'adlv' fcive t -n ;4aI.tlneCe.itV predc'.er.tion! ; btil I vxi* ni
:.Li tt' of mtttius 1 fed it due to inv i hat wherevpr daujer i is in be < ,iri II nt e red, 750 fepi, reeling on natural :;liii t toents. (t the St.i m'r Van V* tfbten. fm Ci !utnbti.. BtIw.rd4, (Geo \7Fester Sliorn, James and selected a'>"rtir.ert: u-I Ready Made Erot ,

4fl filjo 'wrvi'v I* r. "nH inv 4 1 or military >kiil, and soidieily il.inii" needed, Frripi ions bank of the river) 200 feet Iiizh!. tcam.r Notion, McAlli.ster! fin Colcmb. E.g.iv ttri, J.iics Samuel!, Morris Shots ai.d BreinAM mending, &c., dons
iti which thf itd"t.tehn''t-' Vn flt h.i with neatnt and! prot.vj.titude ar.d rn tn
"" I *
i" he will prove jo be an able! skilful :nd Htr.ry Skinner James
: nt1.n1 *' rv The work I will be completed, it is supposed) ) CLEARED..Arr1 2 that cannot fail to bo icognis'd ain, keein>
f.' .. I. ,I' :fta1y: tndtc'i' no* on'v rlv LI- 1 prompt ofiiecr. Should) n;
(... In.;, ..'r_ II to a n Hi. *< v "it tti* i: r i! I'l' .'y ran b be invited he will ilislin nishi by T) Wond A: C.,. i Fowler, Chas U Capt Stephenson, T Capt 2 of the tinieq.ApaLtehicola..

'- U.. it. VVh'! I T r'lhfl i h'rnsi, ami justify the :c ;>onsibihty! 5m- Or.ifiix or TIM: bps TREE STORT.-.V "April S-Rti? Columbu?, Webster, for New Foster, John Smalley, Js- October .1 1. 42-tm'
r Or.Mt.! .
I' st2">i'-t Mi-jii HJitJ am, = Frank, Arnetta Sponcer William
"ftv "
him. real I val! Java ,
of death
n posed upon : i'y exists m i ; it is t termed Ann! O-Hri- P
;: : V l i 4 i"- Beck, Avery, for New York, Freeman! Greens; Berry Schambri.Michal For Sale,
"" 1 the Valley of Poison and is filled to a considerable by Dod?<> A; Pwtt.
; ?t V C' itV 4'1flfIet ttU | A Lvi'icuiius' PORTRAIT.__Mr. John ; si-ev. John W 2 Stark, CaptSmullwood. 5Z' TWO FRAME BUILDINGS, en Commerce -
'( ',r.uizit'r.'z } : height with cirbonic arid .'as,
c.anth { --- J Gray, Michal: 2 J L ;:i ;;l between Leslie and Panton .
: A all f tt 1-Jjou"h} of the Cincinnati Enquirer, havins w hich I, tse\halc l form crevices i in t the groJi ott.I LIST OF VESSELS IX PORT. I G vcr, JarncsJGdir Smart, C C; Capt _f_ term, apply to

1 ,. ... : t t v* 4-4'ti'i : b<*fn appointed, by rumor, a l biijra lier-ccn- I If n man or any other animal enters it, he SHIP*. I II William A Stocks, IISimmons W. .:\. WOOD,
c.. niiot letnrn and he is not sensible cil t his Daunt! ." t Griffin, Levi James March
:' !ir.'f 11p U ir.\- -'ij- j in thfi ariiiy! Picntire thus drnus the ; ; KorrerK33 torts, for Liverpool, load- 2t Wafer street.
I .-. .1 I i :r rd t> nd ui '*:i<'- 1 danger until he feels himself sinking under ins-S C.issin. J Gardner, T N 3 Sehl, John -
'1 i-t- r? 1! jMiitr.ut of the fut-jrum csse military lino : I j the influence of the atmosphere which surrounds Ke.-trtl. Turner. elI) tns, for Liverpool, leadin?- Griffiths' John 2 Smith, W D Upper Miuanuee EAT FLORIDA Springs.
: ? I;' t1 r41 Ift f *! tl i Thf W A A. P C Kam. I[ (Sun, Providence Suns MrStorer -
: l-ricadior <;iiip! ; v *-thr Si r .1 tilt n I lii iii. t the carbonic acid of which itch'nflv Ilotlichiil Cornforth; t-i TILE suK cribrr takes this method oCbis
4 i-i-l 'ii- i-t-r t1ors ( 4a I 1 i47 Ion.*, for Liverpool!, Ghckert; John David
t Ti d1st.d, 7 Pf-li'-t i tdiid of flu* peitVction of i the 1 l human I Ii consists! rising to the height ofeighnen loadinsV A A: P Cir Kain. Geornoh; ,Capt i! t rmtrn frienri-i and the public that
S M Smith
: I uih ( a F !;-. i -yisiu.'Miy. "fiuhitiK over thirfI. hunihcd feet fiom the bottom of tile valley. Howard ronski -, jrilvey, 715 tons, for Liverpool I G.len ,WillbrnGtrhord Smart, C Gen C TLos P he hat aken a lease on t he above cstabtliihment !

;.. t ., th. rtv d I pounds, and looking, as he vv.iildlaloii l ., i Unds which fly into this atmosphere drop II.IIifl-i :M i Wright. ; Andrew John V fcra term of years, and will be prepared
,- a r 11 jv .i : Jikea! Jocomotivti.iiowmmr. I Urgent, Koei.o, C22 tons, for Livc-ivool, hadir.;- Singer, to accoiniTH'd. ill vvl.o may favir hirn with
a 'iij itonc down dead am1 fowl thrown into Hans
J p ) ; a it J (.'dsclll. Sarr.tic-l 2 Thorn, Joseph
n> mmat any th.-ir
-. i raf. t A* I he mineral
patronage. regards
; .: 7- si iLia c uunia f.rur.[ j monument built of 2 reae; and afiVciionaiflv! | dies before reaching: the bottom t which is JiltQrEc.Cunbprland. Holct-n.h, AriiasaHendricks 3 Tilltiian, D t cf the water, they! car.rir be qualities
surpassed by
] dSitati l ; '
it r % --i jbi'rt. Of I all roiwly Ii i man -pei-Jaclc-; : i tint I that have perished i in t the disastrous :is.MARIMKI v.aiUlZ-J l.iy A Co. Han-.rr.rir.d, Mis Turner, K A I will:be opened the first cf March.
.. -. .! ,. n il i.- -i'h> "r. '' !.iV j uhifli! !nrntijh will hi xvar-hors" Mars irt tt, H I ,' display on itn-W A A P will be iriC'dersrte, r.r.d i-vey attention will be
I'll .t :- .: .. ? .,- '- V : r.i'l-ii r-! !V.T- ntrU'r llie bmilnm leamof Mrx'uo, nil! I ), Collus-sus, McDonald. 21K ton.-, for Havre, load- b'as.ucl Tuthell.DC Tay, Benj paid to the o.nfcrt <'t' *I who may favor hirn

. i ..,-.f. '!iTn ii.* If r-'tr"1!!)!! _. i lit* the itlit t I rrr-t tiblt> taiiivtii ; j ,!- hi! tu! city, on the 7th inst., by te! I'cv. J. L.n..v ing-1; I M V.'right.Jubi hlnke: Trafton Chas witb their crtripativ. Tl.e subscriber is provided:
._ ,
... ....
.1 i: f Brtwer. Sti'rr.n with
: 310! and taitl.ful
for Boston fr.e
tons servants
-- ; In n hot md hunioil ch-'iirp I loadiiiK1) stabhs ar.d
: : on4fl11Ic ; Mr. CAF-SUN ALI.CIS: to Mss: bfAN.JAiiHn IIu-b! J UHc'.vle US
: Attorney: ,
/ ( \. '- s V "T-'i <'. ''Ii ni.rtv: J.1 Wood fc Co. atter.tive hostlers.
inti.M. .. .. 51is | vviil be Ir-rrific indeed ; hot in a I ... ,. William Van Gilden.Capt
i i -, i .t : -.f | EK I'; Invalids laborirg under the f.llov\ing diseases
: '.. -s .'- .1-1 wb1" ; t '-"':! u p.,v* ;| lia-ty rt-Ji I 4 !. Drouth 1 m full speed, making I Tjbee, :\l.I'(bimwic, :S29: ton for New York, HutcLerison I Calvin Vatican, William, Clerk may re>t as-ured the Sj i rings till lf ct her them
_, .1 .*, headway through li< dmc-XmirSton fc Co. Jackson Ransom Circuit Court
'I --iff. j i < | a ehapIay; (1. v ill be ain 11 a
pcrn-.r.r.ent cure : Disjiepsij, Diabetus
4 ,I \T .iipr i.i s an unswer f Tintn <4 <>ti. 1 ;w rt-ifii which thff>!."T)>ens: of t ih'. tracicat COMMERCIAL. I R: C Firiit-, Conklin LoiV, 222 Pratt.ithe12eIiIl3 tons. im New York, Joseph, N Webster, Capt Aloan B #us Utera, all kinds Scrofula, Scald Head, ProJap-, Tet.

fi i ir > ii" Ailj 5 u rcl.i'ir.ii ;'} tl.e comic will be so nic'-ty mix<*d up.j : : I Jacoba, Gco While, F ter, and the various painful disorders of tins class.

.,, ,| ;.inf.pH? (If i) i< *; in bItli j thai :i'i i n-loo.r-r! will '.rirc; clv know ul 1. ("orr JN. -Thfro has heen
p .\ ;:1 < ;! be i.r.r; ,$ <" i1>'e l u stippnrt ilse! ;; ? !hile': should l.nich or ween, jnd; will I ir* viIdmider jP41a1V j- i f'-r the hi'M r crajt* of cotton since TUP "SET E1I UP." Keenan, Willum Williams: Mr who are fond of this "graceful and pltisine exercise. -
r.TttritJ'Jl TiitiT ; d.iy. witli out's if 5'K' or COO b-il s a day, pnnri.i'I'v IloAvIiu Saloon. William Dr ChasWilliamson FRANCIS A. HUSON. '
'iv I r.i ; ns. rIn1 in citing enr.--siciri 'i, ltc e- : Kecth Ja-
>n N'"rtif! cconnt. Or:: market lJCIIi con- rtii JIR I sii! M-rib.-r bzleave to announce to his ? Garret February 57, 1515.' G-3mApnlarliicolii
si f I Ji ( hhi11'i tit inns,
I it
I PIC "r PW 1is it liiulil public Ljenprally, that he bas
i! the limits;: ; of th"j
foreign orders'
i I.. n I.'IU-1.4' %% -! ri- Cli-i. I'.li on the baitl> (fi'-ld. \ifjin ha: ; -i become 3<.lf f ri-prieforof t the above) establishment, Keliev, CLiro"n Williams, Edward Exchange.aa .

7. i n'I ul"ih<' tjfu< ml1y fenlin wish! 9lIii t-i itio i ; Mexipajj l.ince, it cannot ISP j I Ij hwi-r ?r..d'-s nrf niirely tieg! -cted. Q-iuiitie.H and bojips bv pmper management and strict ar- ,, C 11 Williams, J M "* LIE subscriber informs his friends

f s'tj f he | ,.lin\o tniddlinsfitir! nro no ch!ieap'r thin! previous' tenSion Lowell John II Capt Walding, HWomck tm and the in that he
:. I t t j t it dd; not, "ive -i :Ir ppot beh'u.J. to nvnf a co'itiiiiunce i>( the patronagehcr public genera has beJliSl -<

ntJ" titt.r. iiie1.ihin'n, : for th? roc h nnteriiU i ut! a respecfi-!: I|[i to t tbn'! receipt Cd t the! 'Hibernia'a' accni.nt5. We .- tuf'iri' lihf-r.dly bestowed upon the tlr, ne. Lspcrde, John Wily come the Proprietor of thU above well

: is f.m: Mr.: M*>t *y to < ;rsj. T.iynj.urtn r hIP l.ik" of trtlIl' 'iI tallow! ;ire in II IIfl. I IJeji oiiit iMiotiiion All p.Ts-rs, jndf!.t-J to the rb'.ve tabhh-- Larkin, John known hi.iisc, and will be pfeaied to tritertain

: i will I have <)'.P :idviia2; < hmvrv *r. ?ud thttI FnKiGitP=.-Wo have no chat!"* to notice inj I rnnt, '.' 1:1:! confer a favor bvs'-tMiriz' witb thosubcnber. COPtroris: calline for the above letters will any of the traviHint community' that clay' favor
.TOHX H. please! stiy tl.ey cue adccrliittl. hint with their custom and will also
.. Cither fornisa coartwiM- irtTo JONES.p.o'r. accommodate
I is_ 1 th+- ras or u
I j
r 4 ; 1fl! fiurknife b i-rshoit *;w on1.| or djrk.In .
j .- d1. f : r. iLr etivi ::1tsi t ( t rf 1- fir b4'fl n. -tf !
II i -. .. V. kv; .t' 4 I I I : efl1 t-nfl' 1c % In'IP ran ti'h hi vnals. nsthey are
., L : .LI :: l 4ouits fifi 10BAY -

e if fa*, an a-ivr.tt2. which: tnay however b : i j V Douglas, five bales Cf.tfon marked a? fallows, Cabinet Furniture. I
j viz: J. IJ. D. 1 bale O. \V. E., 1 do I. P. 2 RUM, a very superior article, just reeeir-
I i 1 t.' o'rv rb.i'.ific STATEMENT. Ln=t I ; ;
: P I'j$niij* *'! by the imiin'i'i i *** siriif: h<* i TAMES H. COOK, C'-J Broadway, near Wall and fur sale
11% 1" ...ifl:1 Ill '. .: .: iV ideI w Uy 1 i4-4- in tia'lv; :imj lin'le's.! lolhcbiH : -:-- yedLfck do. ; N. 11. :L1 do., \vhich the owner or ownerscan i J street, New York, oilers for sale, a lull and March G: by] H. F. ABELL.
( t '! P1. 1 4 have, hy [JII: viig th" slv.e: H' d evteii.-c, on [
j .' -1i'" f.- fM thi "f cor.irlt-teas'irtrri-it o CABINET FURNITURE I Ianl
I ; 'iius'i'iijai'c I s'it.t <
7, / !_ .' ::-;. .' ry I tii!' nrtft ti1i/| nf lfvtHh t'i'"iri'ofi-Tis :- i if.'uu K'Ullt :!!1C1:1 =e.t. _3 qtIer'ived atMdication to JAMKS E :McCUU.Y.F. TARninn: i r) CHAIR which he warrants to be equal to: Ou Cousi iiiiiciit. .

II !' tI J h'm. ftn'l long piav j it lie before i* ; t dvs.. . .. 40 Water street., any in the city, at the followirj unusually low I SACKS BONAIRE SALT, which will be
. rate: sold lo-.v for ca h, bv .
.. .
: '
t I ,'. ,'t 10 ;1l > 'P. shrtll! -ba- ftr.I; I f.f beaiiiiful body. : | Apalachi.-oh, April S, IS 17.
'rotit.-! :CCZi4 9)l Mahogany Scfaa from 820 to $130 each EDWARD McCULLY, -
--I. tt.4- 1 1 t i ..-< 1 ; a i! ** Ti i, ff'ftt' !bit I-v.:!? :--e Exported p.t 3 H vs. . . I rratliti Circuit Court.D. d-x Chairs 30 to 120 t per doz. Feb 2G 50 Water street.

ae I' 1i-e..a.Jv; : ---- - --, 7 d>. B'ckinzCl.airsfrom ,
6t< Seach
:s- : r- : :-r- iOdl ... -- ::72 ( J06 K. D( 'Jje; ) do. Bureaus '. c. to- 7.3 On Consigaintetaf.

,. ,. .V Xs.v. PIIOPKI.LKU V.-. IN CnA.\cr.nv. > > LIE subscriber has lately received on consign1 -
7 I. 1. : : Ett STKMKRC.. d- Card Tables 9 TlOtoS30! "
< 'n !Kami and on shtpolard! :iotcl arrd. .2: -227'J ) Jj'.r.-'C. W.if--i.f/a/. inert, the H.winsarticles : .
h : '4 ; M :, Piikhur-l. %t hn. SOHU* i time I sJnro? took do. Centre Tables, ?l."foT5 "
: I.). K. Do.-e] ) 2 i casks choice Old Toit Wine;
i .. .... for lh'i'! if do. French Ik'stead$15 to "
i11ttiT "
4Ua a gyo
d : : t new ii < irop'iIintI.c.k EXPORTS
OF COTTON FP.CM !iPALACiIICCLCoairneneiti r v- Hill for Partition. I '- Old Madeira Wir.e
I : Also( Feather Beds, Hair Mattre-ses and Bt-d- ;
M.i.! l lU- !
I < n* wiwo exjvrimentvheiU in ; hi Sei'tcniber: 1510'_ai.d drne I). MeDoiu'.il'I, (/. .- S 1 superior Old Scotch Whisker;
i .t i -. :.. ., 3I I 'i Pritioo. ea"h! of wh'fh i is dirvi i i'ri 'j.vO) re- I lJitw in ISt"cu ; ;: RO.: iz filid a petition c Fl. ding cf the finest qualities and at the lowest market 2 u 4' Pale & Bro. Otard"Brandy; "
.. T' .f : '. I vidn iIn4 T'.T mi"ii r bv a 1 six imr-e power 1 PssiPiet. --r'i; ; b (Hi, pravmtj to have a ocr [. .netsN. B. No extra for and I Dark Dumcr.d Brar.dy ;

.i i F, ? ') s5!
r t tf ,'. -!J < ;. ft. T-iv- 'i -.'}
9 i ii' : ''it* t>1 1f f thfilHf pn)1"-}) *"? Jo pl.iee ve<- I ihvr ... . .. . .. .. . . .. '. !..r.: j.< the Counsellor and Solicit of said de- sold low, for cash only, byEDWARD

oft .' .. : ; 1 tII4 (' rr tn-an ini'ttik. .el uI f lt'i( <> t ns burlheti 1/i whff l iv'm; .. .. .. .. . . .. . . t. .1 lon'l-iniji: ; .UK! thft matrer having been referred to I*I at To rin Scales. .. McCULLY,
ft.t ; .. . .. .. .. .;' 1J.; . me a-* pfH.ial Masttr in Chancery to act atid re- C1200 Ibs. Platform Feb -21 ;hj Water street.
: n' 'uii, .n.1 4LflHt1 t'S ,!ft i yJO; srjiswri's iVet of prop. llinu power, and ( ir-noi: '. . .S i-'G.-i . [p'rt !nj-on; the 'arre, alter having given 30' day Scales ;

:.tJ i t' I 4l. fq(* .:u 4 $ i1c $ : : whieh: vviH b?* ron i i-'rably more I than thof i Oth'T p rts. .... ...I' . ... i r I lice h> pnbl'catinn in tre It is there /w 2 ItJuiJ Ibs. do. Aii Ordiiiaiice, .
; p-ipt-r
I 1'4 44..e:4: t 1 4 iIPr aS'I11tb d'.id friction at the Lo'.vs of the! Total to For. Ports.xw iii iTii.ll't'' 2 f'.re cnler.-d that *.iil GenrjcW.. R<'>$, th dtf'en- 2 H5'iO Ib. Beams, complete for cctton weighing To repeal an ordinance enlirlecl l "Ah Onfipaacs
ing sale bv to prevent the erection of wooden Suila-
len Z'i1w oi .. kt.ow t"t :Iixti'n. ti' Voik. ,. .5 is.)1! ; .2ir.n i.775. f; d nits \\'Istiri, McDi'iuald, et. al-, and all others Jan 3 ROBERTS, ALLEN & co. inS, Are on certain In," passed

.: i .'.;>* tit 'i iire wlier-ls rnnniiii! ::3o:; revolutions P.ict..,, '.771" .fl!9 l itit Mv.-trd, to appear before tne in the city of .Vareh 2;. 1<-1.>.

i* '. .' .1%.fI4 I4 .4 :iiili"1I : 1'4'i r I:2IIU.) it 5< ralctil.uetl ;bv n en' Pn irjpn . . 5 .:)O '!9 Apulachcpl.i on the .seventh ((7ttO of April; next, Be ii orJninnt by the Miyor an-1 Council tithe

i |.r i ... . ... .111 :2 live clai &C. J. Stevenson & Co. I this ordinance
the ordinance
::: nsagef entitled
-thet : of Y Vst ir. fcfier allowing < he otdinarv slip of t ,
i reuv: -rs a ru a i .v, (JrI'.ris. . . iii': : J4i-i .
-I, 1 p.: ; Special Master ir. Chancery. buildings, &c., on certain lots, pused March
f I 1a1or. attiit-t I 0 Ie. : Apalachicch, ) arch rj, IS 17. S-5t 2G, 1S45, be and the same i is hereby repealed.

I",," :; ''n which lie defends! the CwiI '* '' i fire. llie l'uroie.m 1 public by a Joint Slot k .. .. .. .. ... !fry-Tlie:: hp.iriist! ; of the above} matter i i3 postponed BOOTS, SHOES,and HATS FANCY, BONNETS DRY, &c.GOODS. &.C.,, Passed March 24tn, 1547. -
: md the tested
5iipiti\ ; experiments ini until I Fiidav, (the 16th instApaldchi.ola M. M. BUTT, .
r" t> : \T which they offer for sale on reasonable terms.
I i 1 .urprpstMic'* 'i rrca V. will. v\e are sat i-li- RKCHIPTS ; April 10,1S4713lt Apalachicola March 27,1S47.Pickled Mayor Pro. Ttm.Wit. .

L- i :>- ;:tafI\ innlefstanditi! *; of the) (t f..hI.' Mr.i P.nkhu&t's: !i I invention, verv poii Of ciitton at all the Ports vp to tate&t1SJ7 daffs. VALJ.EAU, Clerk.ToSteaniflontsm.

t'' v drt-eo.! I t4lDi letter: for we |i pnlar I in this conhtiy. Already numerous' Slate Tax Collector's Sale. Mullet

!'1 .!' s- ? i j,, }IIPtr mnt of if. JMJof! lite ]| ;i't>Hcatintis; have been made for slock t for SVw Orleans, April; 2. .. ..f/MOJ3 &1I4.21,551 T> Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I up in fine order, for family ,use, for sale and Oviicrs.HE e vi, Builders
?: f sale for cash before PUT -
-'oft | M-IIS; iri<-.5 u the, Court House d-'or the town of Marianna very nearly completed this
I"1" 2. .. ...210,7o9 12i96 i in T
I1 ii'ir1.iry! would vv* invite the dep.irts for the United States. llu March 27 GO Wafer street
Ot I i iKMiiton $ prospectns. I Charleston, 2 .. ..27.11i; 17.V2-101 on' the first Monday in July, the follow-in; pro- HULL cf a first class Boat"on the stock
CD -rnu- o;e all mm to with drawings, diagrams; Ac.. vvill j ji I AMlachicola[ 01 . ... 8>,(fif 89.1)17) ; pity, or j-o niticli thereof, as will pay the Taxes For Sale near Fort Mith( ll. Ala ; with sufficient materials

Of MI ->li iiucfi.l f.irt : *' At the dale i be i-sued Iii ;i11| the commercial ports and >, Other F.t. ports Mar. 4 .. .. 15,1.71: 22.136 die thereon, for the year Islfj, viz! : to fmi>li it. I will sell a bargain in the sam if

-. n /.-,- ,/"Montr rf y, oar/'JTCia// j ji Kurnpp.j \ tflIit.'I 1 . ... .1 1.e-j, fljOO: ':?sly acre of 2nd rate Land, lying and bemzI 1 flfl r'BL FLOUR; 50 bbN. Whiskey ; appliration is made i& )n to the subscriber livirg
1J._, 50' bbU. Molasses 20 hhds
he N. Carolina, 2'J' .. . -1,779 i ; Snpnr. Crafrrd
5,132 at Col E. B.
or to W. in.Gi-
i ? Il lI1/N'! rtitfinn Gflvuen rtttpif j NKVV: Mfiii.M: ron CARIJIMG WOOL, j I Jackson county-Xo- not kno\\n-to be sold Just landed from schooner Ann, and for sale S'pivey,

.rt C I >- iimcorts. irr liarfuotTtit rn'relhan I j COTT<, \. A'e. -1 In previous' numbers of the 1-t9,73 1 .(29i2: as th* propcitv of t h he estdte of A. B Hlackvvell. low, for rash, by rard. 1 have understord that some interested
chnd : | 310 of 1t rate Land belonging to R C. persons have represented that I could not make
titfkof fighting ami IKtii"tiyii Kurope.iti: Times we hav ilrawu l attention! March 27 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
i Ad Iv the Chattahnocbeu river Xos. go'd titles to the boat, I will irive any suaraote
t n;*, ins: on -
I itiH'i-t'j; the le ist diflirt( to tlu inventions;I of Mr.; S. l K. P tikho t, of!'
: IW-a<" this year. . . . . 13I.3I3'I rmt known-to besuld lor the Taxes due for thevi.r S25O Uc\var niired. THOMAS S. TATE-
it 0 i iiin'cr: fit? yrfrrt qufbtwH .fsit- | a he [I'mieil State*. On I his arrival: I at Liver- ]I March 0. IS 17. marci30! 10-3t
| | IIIMHJ I I .1111 Ill III.H llllll L 1 jsj.;. this
'fr f4IzIt't all ilz us I; poI l. somiimes since, he itruf Pit inIveisi'mti HRREASa tire in place onW : -
'_p i'f "" fqi'rlAli1s ( an } KECEIPTS FRoM THE INTEU1OK. |I hi: n-ies of 2nd rate Land belonging to the estate the morning of the 2Gth inst., under cir White Pine Lumber For Sale.Cf .
< I'lii. AMy! 4t Mr. Secretarvv. for an I improved method of cleaning, i -
f John .
.l c P.r .tvatI)4r .tlJtl.ti-19 l ties Citori? to A N McKay.2O r m l!! !l--r orders. perhafK. (loft Ins wool and cotton) ; since I ihrn he has invented ; :McK.iv! : 15 -.ick; corn to J Day A: Co; Is2 buli1 : arres of 2id rate Land belonging to Peter work of an incendiary; I therefore, by the power <- > v 5V/Vx\J jUst received pet s'choucer

be i i''ontl Jaiups 1C. I't-: n urn "tIf and patented anew carding m rljing! for ;' !1- dlII! ) J I \i*OIIM IT. W. Gautrr, Jr. in me vested, heieby oiler the above reward for Hunter, from Bath, Maine.

[I"-iI'. I p.itchi-ij.*' horn a party turne'l cotton wool and flax, which are tin v. united-1 j IVr steamer Notion-700 bales cotton to J D.iy 130 acre* of l"t rate Land belonging to William any infnjrnation that may lead to the detection: Jan 10 CHAS. ROGERS &. CO.

.si I iniionil? from pro?, C1 t1I obscuri- j, Iv. in; operation in Yorkshire, I & Co15; to Mac-lay : Kimbrough to Lock- Kinj-Xos. not known..VJii and conviction of such incendiary or incendiarieiI. .
i ,','i| ihe b.trt i\: Voiiuq;. 'I acres of Land belonging to Henry O'Neal- .' M. Burr PANS at Manufacturer's prior*. by
ID ridicule 4Pt fi lii. li juisitun I where tflv are creating: gient astonishment j i Per l traIner Viola-194 bnlr coiton to Lockh SUGAR U. %
ru i -itb-1 l1rPI.IenT- Mr.1 S'-crftarv Marry, II i and satisfaction. We have before n< apeci'iien ri V Vouns: 172 in A N M'-Kay: Ill it) to I Il-irrwr Xos. not known. Mayor Prn Tern. Jan 23 ELLISON & CO.
of "I .1 ilip in filt* iei* H'ld dd I of the work which ihis won-leifol -t Holmes: lot io D I> Wood A: Co; 72 to DorbeA SAMUEL Tax Collector., Apalachicola, March 27, 1547. ll-3t 21 street.
l ;: Pratt 32 to Vo'irse Stone A Co :{s il innil lii Sheriff and ex-ollido
it : ; ; < and
s : v TITSIt1tP'; iu indfinti niichine is mnv ih.ijni-i sample of the. sicks corn to \VhjtcKecztt ; 73 do to H I Ki JOhN T. MYRICK, I). S. ifl the Matter of* the Estate of Oil Cloths Carpets. '
Ir--.w 'i'i Ind lr * .ned from llieic of be found nnd 1O PCS OilCloth, 1 and 2 wide
c" : \t h worst discriptinn! wool to i Taylor.1'ir Mariatmn, March 31st, 1S47. aprillO 13-t.s John IflcAvof deceased.TOTICE yards ;
:'1''I' i .; i MIS (if bv itb side another of the sirue article ifiirI f t"aTnr Pioston-S-IO b-il s cotton lo I) I> is hereby given*that JOHN McAVOY J.O 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;

t' ( ? I iiis <4W11 resit IiI I h.iviog passed through! the first pait of his I\Voo.J A; Co; 139 to DoJge A: Pratt; IS to P 11 Wistar's IJalsain of Wild Cherry. 1.I a native of Ireland, aged about forty-five 3 Cotton "

Dltb r' n ii it a,. oltMiiifd! -fur the ea lernis !: machine, being then cl.iened of all t I its I If.11 ford. 1 9 DOZEN, just received and for sale bv fair complexion, light hair, about five feet 2 Stair "
-4' y Per Menrner Kmily-500 hales cotton to D T? 1-....' April IU H. F. ABELL. years For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. .
\t : I nj | I Jr would have compelit'i j j worthless substances; ; then, when the fi- \Vnnd !c Co; 83 to Lockliari A; Younx: alto Win eight inches high, lately died in this city in/es t Dec 5 41 Water street.

00 I 1% ;an tKf<*'l and exhaiite l armv. j brous )IMS passed i urn ucil the re- (; Pinter X: Co; 29 to A N McKay; 18 do and 29 Preyed Caitor Oil and Saratoga Water, tate, having property to the value of $3IS, and -- ,

torir [M"r'n M itry, uitboui condition ami afwnbdui I, maiuitij: ptirt: of the tmchine it i is carded S.ICk! s corn to lode A: Pratt; 33oacka groundieasIn ( COLD received and for sale b'y with no persons within the knowledge of this Administrator 1. Fine Boots dnd Bro aus.

,l $ rest or supplies! push) en j[ sufficient for This machine I J.iriier&| I Holmes.IVr April 10 H. F. ABELL.Fr of kin to the deceased. All persons 1 Q CASES Gent's fine Calf Boots;
any purpose. steamer Lolu -401 bales cotton to J Day A: anthill
S '''ib,. claiming to be heirs of said deceased, persons 300 Brogana.
San I Louis, aii-1. ilnny: be. i save the manufacturer one-half the power Co; 207 lo Janies Sluw 77 to Lockhart & Young prs
; ; of the deceased
Jl.d f' <>sh Tamarinds.SUPERIOR having demands against the estate For sale at low prices, by
\\v v "' Mexico Varmit SecetiryV.Ir ; \ and room which is now used in the carding 423 Kicks corn to B Ellison A: Co. within "
I Per article, just received ar.d. for will present their claims one year Jan 9 F. KOPMAN.
n- Ha; 1 Nature cjhswetl !I1L wiilijrAt j of cotton, wool nd fhx.: Machines;$ are Wood steamer A: Co; 101 I''ytona-9 io Maclav A bales,' Kmibrousli CottOn ;to 120to D B A f'- sale by [april'J] J. C. ALLEN. after the date of this advertisement, or the proceeds

0 rtIfr-. had rd ts'ituci 4tr.Jrtt L1 I now making for some of the most extensive Lockhrrt A: Young; 5S to Green, A; Connery; 40 : of his property will be paid into the Treasury Flower Seeds.AX .

in : vi'| >nle Jj. ol'tho. scifiirp nt W-.r. had; 1 ,iiMuiificturei-s in Kngland ; 'nd one of the to lljrrier A: lIilme59 to Hill, UdWson Ac" Co; Hair Inviuorator. of the State as i's by law required to be don e. asjorttnent of Flo-.' er Seeds,just received

1 t :i.t tfvu ;iu\thin; l but what you are, largest machinists in Yorkshire is prennringlo :30 lo Dodge & Pratt. Chfmical Hair Invigorator; to pre iv!. order of L. W. SPRATT, Judse of Probates. for sale by *

,td'Y' eI.ItV \ou could luvf; cotiqiired 'I CXI4IiV make a machine day. Mr. Park- Per steamer Augusta-53 bales cotton lo WylieAT PHALOX'S and gray hair, for sale by > SAMUEL BENEZET, Adm'r. Jan 30 J C ALLEN. ,
McKenzie; 41 lo Nourhe, Stone Ar Co; 11 toWin April 3 J. C. ALLF.X. Apalacliicnia. March tJ. 1347. 10-Ct *
utSf.l bravo nn lived lu-f.ire A :|- hurst's invention will enable the manufacturer G Porter As Co; 5 to J F Farrior 8 to A NMcKay ; COFFEE ; White and Brown Haran*

' | nni' ; Ihpir j fiimc you misht ri: ;ily h.ive I to produce one third more eatdedmiteiHl I : 2 to Lockhart A; Youri T"XCIIANGE on Boston, Providence, New French Potatoes. CUBA ; Segar various Brands. Just arrived?

I'| M. but "for these vile ZuhIs" which : without enlarging his mill or in- 4t1 York and Baltimore bought, and sight checks; K.f\f\ HAMPERS in fine order,just received per sclir Cinderella, from Havana, and far- sate

ildtl !> n-ve prevented j on tal'mi; the comlu'J cicasin; hi power, than is obtained by the TQlXCIIANGEon New Orleans, for sate by en New York sold byWILLIAM t>U U and tot sale byNOURSE bv L'. ELL1SOX & CO.

o! the "armv S of OccunatumThe e carding machines now iu use. It i is uot 4 Jan 9 J. DAY & CO. G. POUTER fc CO. Fe2 ) STONE i CO. "Fcb! 'JO -Jl Water street




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-- pnrnmce of legal authority, the subscibor! of the power vested: in ne by law, I OF T2IK STATE OF FLOISIUA, -__-- -- .-- -- -- -- --__.-. -- D rugs, Mcdiciues, Paint

I will oiler lor site at public auctio.i: at the BY expose for sale before the Court Housedoor I I11.l1l PHOPOSED AND AGREED TO BY THE SECOND TOT1CE.-Sixninnths after publication 01 Franklin Circuit Court. ny( -Stun", 1'f'I'faune \

Coart-h.o-.H3 of Madison county, between the in the county of Calhoun, on the first Monday -I OU.VERAL ASSEMBLY; SUBJKCTjo TilE ,N this notice, application will be made to the D. K. Dodge, l 'fJI I E Ili deru! ned ret larh C.

hours of ten and two o'clock, on the 13th day of in July next, the following property situated ACTIOV OF THE NEXT GENERAL Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for a vs. Vis CHANCERY.James to his friends and the QbrII

May next, the following tracts of land, to wit: in the city of St. Joseph, or so much thereof, as ASSEMBLY. final settlement of the administration of the estate C. Wats .n, et ale N it liberal patronage, and

The S F. I of section 23, will pay the State and County Tax on the same of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said D. K. Dodge, } that be j i3 now recti'in &IIt.t.

ThoS Wi of sectional, 1 I In Township No. 1, I for the year 19 1G: .?/i Jltt so to amend the Constitution of this county. ELIZA SPEARS, vs. > Bill 'for Partition. al upply, which aJdtd to h'

'I'heNV J of section -25, > Rings No 7, S & E. 11 Lots unimproved valued at $)0, purportingto Stale a.i to extend to all frte white male inhabitant February 11, 1S')7.: 5-6m Administratrix. D. McDougald, et. aI.GEORG" J S stock renders his assortment 1In .

The NEt of section 2'). belong to It C Allen's estate. .*, being citizens of the United States, : W. ROSS having filed a petition on i and complete. English, Frenth c' 1'

The E t of section 1, Township 1, R 8, S & E. 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $)0, purporting tv.'J shall have resitted toithin this! State one N OTICE.-Siz months after date, I will apply April, 181G, praying to have a certain : American Drugs ; Cosmetics ; Pf; u'I "

'The W i of section fi, U i. R 9 to belong to Robert Armstrong. year, the elective franchise.JECTIOX to the lion. Probate Court of Franklin amount of money now in Court, belonging to 'I and Druggists Glass ware, .c.L., l.. 'J,

'Oa: the 18th d.lyof1), at Court-house of 1 Lit unimproved, valued at $30, purportingto 1. lie it enacted by the Senate and County, for a final discharge from the administration defendants, appropriated to the payment of bus to Physicians, Country Merchant. and J art

3e1fr : comty, the following tracts will be of- belong to F G Arott. J House ofReprtsentativcsoJ the Stale of Flo : of the estate of John C. Perkins, late of fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said defendants the most liberal terms-all of which Cloq

'fereJ for sale, viz: 3 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to rila in General Assembly convened, That the said county, deceased. ; and the matter having been referred to'rne pure and unadulterated.e

The W | of sec I'll: belong to R Bevcridge's estate. first clause of the sixth article of I the Constitution iAS. M. SJ'lACKELFORDdm'r.. 119 Special Master in Chancery to act and repott U. F. ABrh

The K t of sec M, > In T wn. 1 S, Range 5, E. ,1 Lots unimproved, valued at $.jO, purportingto I be so amended as follows! viz: Every free white I Apalachicola, Nov. 21, Isffj./ -It-fiin fipon the same, after having given 30 days Wholesale Retail' IWJ!

TheS to! sec 31. ) belong to A B Blackwdl's estate. I male person of the age ot twenty-one years rand I -- notice by publication in the papers. It is therefore :?\Viler tt

Th N I of section G. Town. 2, Ran; 5, S & E. 1 Lot improved, valued at $20J, pnrporting to upwards, :tnd:) who( slnll be, at the t tim nf offering PRINTS OXI Y. ordered that said GelreV.., the defen- Apalarhicols, Nov. 21, 1516.

Oi tho 25th) day of Miv, at the Court-house of belong to George Clark. : 'to vnte, a cili/cen of the United( :States, and. SPitING STVLES,1S.17. ,!l.t flts Wat-on, McDonsjaid, ft. t1.-, and all otl.ers -- --- -

Oiisd3n:: co-inty, tho foiljv ing tracts wiU be offered 2 Lots im'rl.l'cJ'alued; at $[IOJ, purpoilingtobelong ( who shall have re-idcJ and had his habitation, I interested, to appear before rite in the city oiApalacbicola Drugs' and lctJjtihtl.

for sile, vi/ : to Win Cromwell.Ii d,)ifliCil, home and place of permanent a''! odc in : LEE & BKEWSTEU mi the seventh ((7th) of .\rillle.t; im subscriber i hat ti

In Township 3 North, Ring We3t. Lots unimproved, valued at $j'O, purportingto I Florida, for one year IIext preceding election : 44 CEDAR STREET, N. YORK, then and I there to presen* or defend their re-pec- cntant1y. have.on hnd',:'

Section: 5, All of Sectioa IS, belong to J N Copeland. I at which he shall offer to vote, and who shall, at Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that live claims, &c. assortment of DRUGS ;nand

AH Section 7, All of 22. 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purportingto I such time and for six months immediately preceding they have received, and are now exhibiting, at CARRAWAY SMITH, CIl"ES, wdch be wilh-!

S | & N W I section S11 or" 23, belong to R K Call. I said time, have had his habitation, ciomicU, the Warehouse exclusively for Printed Calicoes, Special Master in Chancery. of the best qit.tlt (

All of Section 15: All ofFractionil 21, 31 Lots unimproved, valued at $200, pmportingto home and place of permanent abode, in the ci/ n- |: 50O CASKS Apalachicola, March 6, IS.17. 8-5t Merchants and PlaMen f -

All of 17, belong to Wm P Craig. : 1y in which he may offer fo vote, shall be deemed Comprising all the ---. -- to tt their advantage to call, examine J .

In Township 2 X.'''i'th Ringe I West. 3 Lots unimproved, valued at riO, purportingto a qualified voter at all elections under this Constitution New Spring; Styles In Chancery---Circuit Court jrC| before purchasing elsewhere *

All of Section of Sectioi: 3'), belong to W Colquit. and none others, except in elections by Of British. French and w'l11Zl"l'ican'trafwfa' Jackson County. N. B.; Physician prescription VBt
17'1.\11 Ttr'f
Fractional Section 2 L' ts valued ut $50, purportingto ; cate and at hour dalMarch
> unimproved, general ticket in the State or District prescribed which, in addition to their usual stock renders Alexander H.Simmon accuracy any of the :
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On th* 31st day of M th"! C'I lrt.'I'1i' ; of belong to Colquit & Grant. bylaw, in which cases, the elector must have their assortment, one of the most beautiful, andattractive vs. "j 1| Bill to enforce vendor J. C. ALitf
Jacksji the fllll.wi.l tracts will Ii. otfeted 2 Lits uniinpioved, valued at $)0, purportingto next 21 Cor. Centre
of the
: county, ; ) been a resident State one year preceding and Ccmt
in William
the and McDaniel
and lien land.
city; having just been [ on .'
for sale, ,viz: belong to Win I) Davall.: the election, and six months within the forCASH purchased F. Ncvvsom. J J

In Tovii i*) 3 :'ll't'l. 1 I'I I II I W'4. 3 Lots unimproved: valued at :$;iO, irporting election district in which he oilers to vote : Priiridtd Berjamin

AUofSectin' I. I wl i \V t, .In 1 to to D W Dubois. That no sndil'r! or marine in the AND SHOUT CREDIT, I I IT appearing*to the satisfaction of the Court that ;

.S iand N E 1.'If SJ\ ;, t' 1 ,'I r'I N 1 1-: ., :2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, parportingt re""II1.lr1'11I'0': or X.ivy of I the!i United St.ties-, unles Are offered by I the piece rr package; on the same Benjamin I Xewaora a defendant in this bill,
at and! below is resident nf i the
I ternit United States but
manufacturer'prices. a
a i-
SEt j of Setii. 3 I Ii'lll.1.1: _I .) !belong to John E: DavN. he \\'pre.a qualified! elector cf this! State previous nonresident ,2
N i of.c .t, \V 1 .f s .,'ti'l.l 2!, 2 r.'lt t, u'lit:1j1ro'cd'alll) 'll.t $50, purportinglo (to his enlistment as such soldier, seaman or Catil'ues of ;prices (corrected daily,) are l of the! State of Florida. It is ordered! 8n t

'v-\v ofN i l I, ) S 1)11! 01 .. J, belong t.) John Derrick.2J marine in the Reg-ilar: Army or Navy of the placed in I the hands of buyers. the said defendant is hereby required to appeal:

and W i of Sf': .t, s'; VSe2l I, ) Lots t unimproved!, valued at -:1'', purporting I United Slates, or of (lie revenue service, shall be Purchasers will inform themselves of the state and answer, otherwise: the cornrilairant'ai. bill shall a
of the
Section 6(i, ) .\11 c.f I'liJ I :j, to !lulling to John G Gamble: considered! a resident of the State in consequence market, and: be well repaid for an examination be taken pro conies''.

4\1l0fSecti0:1 7. .\I1..t' 2J, S Lots unimproved I vilued at S10. purpoitfiirj of f being stationeditliin the same f l even ifthey do not purchase.L. GEORGE S. HAWKINS,

S W i& \V't ofS 1. .\!! 1)1"f :7, to belong to F G Gibsou'd e"hle. Passed; Sente: December 1, IS 1G. & B. have peculiar advantages: for executing Judge of I he Western Circuit of FloriJa.

Section .1i '.If" : 2 unimproved, valued; ai :?.-U, purpoitingto I). H. MAYS, President Senate. orders fur Print-, which are respectfully solicited I certify that the above is a trtie copy from the FOR Ihe cute of Disper-sia tr Ind estia

r.lofSWtS. \11'11.1 N, ) belong to E G Grecnw o.l T ARCHER, Secret ary Senate. LEE & BREWSTER, original order filed in my office. Given undermy and! nervr.M Headache, CorJli,'

'NV of Sctiv I!', I .110f'C : 3, 1 L'it improved, valued at $ ( purporting to V 1.I.--'Hxiise I December !Ii, 1'Iii. January' 9, 13 Il. 41 Cedar Street. hand and seal of office, this 27th day cf January Diarrah, Gout, P.htomatisra, Gn'.1

NW ,.S : 1 ofS1' 1'111 ,kt: ::11. belong to James GolinG RO'irjir BROWN, Speaker: Ho. Reps.M. ---- ---- A. D. IS 17. i, &c. For laIc t hrlesate ard.rE4J\:
B. Ellison &
( 21
11II"r"I ::1'2, Lots at 0 o., Water street 1'ATfLS.. WATSON, Clerk. Dee 12 C ALLEN
EiofNWt.S.: ninprwed'alued $; purporting \ D. VArY, Clcrk. SHIP __ '_ DtTarart
E t ofSecti il 1 t, All (.( .c :n, to !bel jug! to Robert Gam1k.! CHANDLERY. February, 1517. 7-Jm
of" 17 All I\I'C 1 :11, 2 L improved purporting to MAXILLA, and Hemp Cordage of all sizes, ii l's Compound Extraal
AU il. \lled $10.3, _?,z .let ti, anidid the Constitution of fiii Mates I[ Iii Chancery :
All of" 1'it .\''I uf" :n, Ot.II mg to Edward Hadin's cst.llt.L'lt 'i a
All of 1:1, All uf .. 3(5( 2 u.improved:;( val-ieJ at $5L( pnrpotingtobehngtiS i"mbl.'l""ll1lifll;1J. d Lir. (.d do, Raw do! lioili'd do, Spirits; TurP'Mtine Mary Fnrinston, by her next ) *
All of" t. J 1 !Hodges. I 1. n it in-irttd the Senate and! Hil' ,rv 1t
/ btf I
1 .iint-, \\TillrIII.t, ( ; ", I'ury'lIicr h. Jlt'r rr
friendIfezt 1
kiah R.
In TO\YIBhip I X'lrlI! !: i.r' 7 'I .!. 1 Lot 11iI0'eJ'ahed at $:O, purpoitingU h / R"Pt't'MllluI I.t''i of the St.ifr nfl'hiidain Lead I II: ,'d i! do, y.nllOrrl'!! Chrome d'n-en; : Wood, !In'llfi c.r Divorce. I / 't \ II a !t \ "'-na C

Fr.1ction31 Sctin' I II 1, I F.tt1 !ht1 ,' 'li 11 21 1, to h.'lon II William Holland., 1 I (IcnriaJ -iWycuifftifil, That the Emerald I; do j Imperial Jo, C"iirom Yellow!! V-r Willnm v* J /lf A \ "'".1 I ..;rnCfll'lI

All Sectioa ":J. 7 Lots valued at -5'J' purportin; I Itt acc illl clarse lCllle t fourth ;article of I the Cunsl itu- (h riLitlur m ,-;" Sulphur.! Bri.hit.trn ish, Cop.i Fanmgtnn. J \l:4 I, r.. .11.. f, *

In Townili)3: ; 3 N,n 9 W : .\1l..f.! .l li"1 I I". !).-1"\2 to A K liii!. ti'): of this S'.it< he sO amended a.i to read ai f:..1Imvs l. Jo, Tar, Kosin, Pitch TuriTtinp, Coal, Pain: I IX thncau-e it appearing; to tlc; Ci.tirt, ?hy'tI : t 4 f -" \-. ',.,; ) :1\'QLi; .e. '.

InTa: NIt lOW..I : N I .ir.1 1 SW' 1.d"lJ t.: tof 1 L'.t unimproved: ; valued J at $.r>0, purport ing to \ I/ : '3d. Th-f members ot the 1 House of I l P.nisli.Varnish: do, 'J"r dll, Scrub do. f:.rnp (h, nf Complainant' duly inatV, fur! t.I i1.! .- I tl-1: ,. P-i".. 'h-. .,I': "...I with Ite a.i
S E J, Sec 0. Ai1nS'tl Ii.The3ahncb In-long: l-j Hv.vl-y.: I 1 1I be chosen Ltmll Black, Chi.ilkVhtitiri?, Ruia Duck.' JHars > I ftlHlant"lIliarn T Fart il t'JI results! m 1Ulllh.d ::/' 'i I i. oa o'r'J/' ,'4"
1: Representatives" by the I ;' .
qualified ,
Lot valued' at to l I.h. UO, Cutlon ,10, IItaVy I 1avens do, Light! rio, States hut without the Sbe r.f I'lui'1.i -. H .C". ur r(
select fr t tie Sttt. mriv ears tnfmproved; $:', purpoiting *hill: serve fur the tcrrr/of. two car,, :: ; \ \ ,:'(! I r rctes, '
} \\'iule BlIIfand fled II
since and ii i ', !Is 1 belong to I H 11 I UlluliJ X"ilr! Copper do, i f It is therefourrder.d, that puiiIiedlrri; be- rn.deacc \
aivTery : ;
r'i I. :
lying agreeI'jli iicigVi ,
: ::: from and) after the day of the first election under do I Tad(,, !Jip S'tki! ';, Boat do. Brad; Screw.. ZM. IV pfln> ti 'tt 111Iptort ltt >
valuable.TERM'S! :2 Lotsu:nmprnred, valued at $-50, purporting the amended C"n.lititlion. first ?
t and( no longer; and I .r lack :5CI'Wi'nchnr,, IIan.t"'pikp; ;, Cap'-Iain I t.r1I' -< .bll hl'd bllt.I |
"One-fourth c.i-'i, ani I th.! other'! to !heliiig I to G C S JoViMin.! I (xiblisbr'tl within this Circuit, d.rertfii; th" ,
:- t theses,,!'ins of the General Assembly! hall! e I Oar, Blocks, Shiiv'', Jib Hink=. Hand] .. tf ned Dr Fcrdtrf
thre .f"urtu! in three! ( ;''i .ii .i 1"1'1 II r!!-t .Ins nls, 7 Lot, improve: 'I 1, valued at $:MI i), pmpoitmg t to I biennial, and commence on 1 he ft'lrthflnd..,iv inXovember I PnniiD'ck I I lltickfts: Cedar do, H'-tk) Droons1 aid dfUndant to appear at the Sprins; Ttnn ul L I tr.rtf ? r, 1in: lrt-1i

with interest from the dttt I ul( mK> pivi'ii-j an- b'-loog: to John Jenkins. estate. in each and( every second veir, or at t (Cum d'i.I Caulking i MalleN' Sp.rvmsdo, Axe.-,A.\,: t the Circuit Couit, to be liuldm in I the CMnty, nIl\ :liar ref 4hV vvniid }I.r. t'lire a i rrCif ttI

tully in advance; tu: p iii'i'! 1"1' t > .t ih'I:1,1.: 3 Lots nljrv.;; d. valued at $100! purporting; ucli oilier times a. may be prescribed by bw.Sl I Ildvp! -, I II looks! and Tlli toi'es! lc\! I Hooks Uale do,, Franklin! and answer the said Bii: ci the ,"lffC' I, :per<'H, ao.i's-n'.triMe! d'; rf. |Ihn; _
with approved security ; <.,- if :ny p ': I.ti'r to J Can do. Cotton! do, I'oat di! ), ll-h do, C'anlkll1: maybe taken as confessed against, him. lent dose .' 311"
aur orle' C' 2 lit itfinthtrrnarlid, That! 1 tie! I Hurl I I ot "nv. spirit-: : > In c.anru shall prefer t-j pay up IK' \\"I.I!, ;)iiC'; 1.1 c ish, a 1 L.>t uulpr.eJ'alllll: : at $:')), pt1pOI tin; to ( ltii- of the 1lIIl'th; article cf I the Constitiitimi be I ron- .Ball Making! Irons, M rlni'1: :,ikf', Slu,> ><:rars era. w. LHnEJud.;". di;ca. e i ir: < '.{ireiy prevrnfeJ 'i\ its
discount shall be allowed X" :'. cnt IIl! the tl Jones & J 1:1") i>- ; Dif-pi-rs Oor-lxV: Ladles: TOiilJPotori',, A Cnpv.W. tUttI"
) ) $
prr rig
IJ ,iR""ided! s'> t.i s tt t flu-l Ainc "!ial!1 iea.1 follows 1 : viIt-r-, ('onipissi-5, Sit I Xeedl-., ail Twin'i cation. I'r sale by
credit instalments. 1 L'f, valued at c5:), purpoilingtobel ( :.1. That I tie I Ucuct.ntatives: ; -> .ill 1 1 be cluxe.i; o.i :fiiie( do, S-vvin rr>, P.trn1! I Kissing:i feather i: VAJ.J...\tJ, Clerk.December'si Dec !-. J. r. .\T.U\, Drnx\
J ): IVJ:IReiter : \P.O, 'ItI!ig to J t'jiiit'V'I: he 1 tii Mondav: i do. >::1'1\1'1.t II I : I 1-in. jTiir 1 i-Cm --' .
I i.t iti I the I -
rionth! i October( ill i t MCIiml .im, Inwr.: :: I I I itrirt- Chi.I ,
of PJ':lio !> it\* tr( tL' ? 1 Lot improved;' !, valued-at. JJ, purporting to every.e.uinl; from a-nl after! the firstettioi t .\'i2urPI.in8, lluid'iws! I ;JimSfctIlrtn,! I :l-,'\. .-U': !-._'I-'S -iii it .-

.Saf; "f: r'l .1'.1: 1.T.11hhHB belo! :g to J P Lockey. i-!ht ; 11 r.d. r this! aniemli'd,I I CorHilntinn!i 1 cr on FiI h'P: at Tad; I do, I Ir.m "p.lrl' ( ';;,Ijoar.l! L'.ck. s, III Jadi; oi Circuit Court.

., Feb. r;, IS.IT. 'f.-1 n"t: n 1 Lit'ed.ill ll at $:0, purpoiting f lo :mllIther;;i; d 1 1'1 .is Iii VIy !h. direcled'bv i I IS'c. >iockI"- I Honks an I -:1:11.1.: | '-'. IIIII t'.*. Pmiorux! I. SPRIXG TKIIM; :\ 1- 17. ) -'!. -\:"". _. _
t' Lnng. \\ \od'] S..IW", IVndanf t I I !-, I Ifuifl Line-, nthelJre.1: PIiliis; ) .." .<,1't. -- --
l.tor :3. L'itfifrt : ..,. r10
I"/ltlr/r.d That the fifth : '
State tail C9Iuty 1' s\ CI1tX9rS: < ur I !1I..p.1) -In. I.D Jo, I"i-i! do, I 11-1111 I 1 L'ad' I I/fc v- V Attachment fl.. .,' '1 ': :..::. .c __ ,! .
1 Lit i un;>rnv'!, valued at ?i), purporting to 'hue ot" the '< I2'J 0". I _______
I af.n'-Jir! V
( !he amend'-d 1
.irt = '
S Il i?. ire i ;asloria Sc;i iii, Hi 'ft tin, 1' tr do, riiiiiii--! I.inrli.jrns.: Richard I J..oi .w :'J? zn'o '
belong t A'jralram! L-, '. Tripp. ) ? .
virtue of the p ,.\' 'r v't, !.,1 1 i.1 I iii "1.' 1 tw, :.5 L' t : valued at :I .is; followvi) : 'I'llenJ.J'i: 'iII1! I- ohoi ('bilk I.nt'sPit I .'n i 1',1., l LI._' lf.ti.rknvin -, ( 'H-" do.1 'i r nni'd.-tV-ruhr't j t ad all)! c.1 her i-itcrerfe l w' ': .C.. ._3LS.--L-wt.I}. .. .. -
BY > > unimproved: f50, p'lrp'ffliuL't.ib.'loigMP : : .. ." .
by tlie: clcclois lor the of fourvir I'.iiTin I }' J.
qtiilitiiid I term >' ? Ware .
'fpckcTl'oI'pchkr', .
iv months! after d.iv I .I>! < > ; l f.r ,tie .I. t.-ke noticf"" nf the institution of this! !1ttarhrr.f I .1ri'-/ ; .
Lithrop. \ -, at I the suuu I time I i in: t Ihe .,unc manner,anii : Tooli-. :.1111,1-011, Po-fs, VrV c.I -nit \ J' I "". .J." l
before the Cnrt IIJcII t I',; .a .\ uhh"ucola I Lot imir; vcl I, valu-d at .TJ ), purporting 1 tcJj' i: 1 Ih'In! ,. |l'l.lI'* whfie I lli'-y vole for inemVrsfthe .\pilacincol.i! Iii 2.;. lit"I A ; nt, retunah1e l to the next term '.f ti.- i j I ; i.".." 0.t-i-,. ': .7 "rI .
Fra.ikli'i tin: iii I.\'i. dj-Mlud I : -oi
County, ;
Circuit Court
? lonz: to C MrEhran.: o I I II I"II".' df. 1 fl..jresei.taties i and ---- ---- tor; Jack! >on county, :i:'I! ap:1: i l i .i .
property, belonging It tie '\.1.111'.11'! li! Linl Lots u'lirpro\.i.i ; valued( at iTJ'J' purpoiting; b
'Company, or sj in'ui' tiivjif: H |ttv the to belong l to Win P M ilone. ('ili/.e'i of f I" I the United] States, and shall have beenan :' 'r> f II( <-'UFKii! :1:, Javi d.l ;. I Do-riir .'} do, I H. :'SH I, PUP-! .\tf.rJri.1fi1a \\ I f l I ; .

:19 State ltj and CoJ.ity T..1j 15: t'1 -i e >::1 l..Ir thi, year 1 Lot Hninjt.I' val'i'tlat. $:.J, purporting t to( t inh '. itait 01! this State ft.r two' jears ii
: lo Thorn is More. :1. Croix do. Pinto J 1'jfo: i .", Vf iin. HsThsd'i ----"- -- ------- .--.
h.o:1" eli'ctun, an I the last *. Jei.t t 1".1. : I
ear a rl i
Wharf L'hJo 7, ", '4 -1 "u) tV.t l'l '!:1. 1 l4 -t improv-1 1, valued. at ir-5'J: purpoiting tolulong lOr I the district or cou-ity: lor which he -Ii Iii 1 !ichosen II.] ). i'"%%'( -(>'n(? dol I -.llelIOi'! -bi; ( ;.,!:wrt n.'n ;: ', Jedi inc i, &t.IUtfl '. k.iaIi.t Ii i : : II U :?I I Fit:: '
Lots 6 and 7 i:1: muck 1 ;. to 1).triiclttiiin.. flutter I (C'leesf' I. ird, I!! lcoIIIJ.un.f I { L.V t"'ia1III
SIioiiI- 'I ,
< : i r. :
and shall luve attained : :': .1:-i! treshr l t. Dr i. \\ ie:' \ o 'no can ti
Lot 2, 3, .1 1, ", fi, 7, ., :y, i 1 I': i-'i 1 is. 1 Liru.uinr, iv.-d, valued! at $:J, purporting t I \var-, .: the age tl( twentyfive : d"r,--, \lo.I'-1 1 Whiskfv, Mi-ss ;,r't i Prime lletf: Vl AV f i s, k\.c.: ( :('';isism! .\ :>\i".Y I "f :the>;, M,;"dci.i. :- ,I : <.f t: ,V ; ':">;!-. is \ \\ no 11 hi* ie'< ..:
'Lots .i, 7, s, n: i 1 1,1 in i t. 1 i.l"j i t .;; >;:< E!. bel'in lo J Xrine-ijer. M I.-,. and( I Prime Pork. MdcUtrel., 'a I moa, In f'-tit t. .I"\- ,
Cfssii.l! ,
: N.-e. 1. ]}:,; it Jurthcr enacted, Tint the sixth I 1J.'rrin Bounds and Ton Cod 1'isi. i in:: articles :- > 'd e. l'a..ll.r Oil!I. fjl)!t.n, ]'t-, .,r.d l hipi : j. r : t. jr !tiirp; : 'MI ;f is UIVei' : 'l
'Lot ia n.jjii. 1'oiiues
'>,7,13, U. : : : ;iifj, I! .
1 Lot in.: >r.vl, : al 10) !k/l"i.I.'l t 1 L' 5V :
f ( purporting tl :11'1". i ul; ti.ivt d
IA'tin bHo'ick'i if. luBi
\.1:11:1 -
afon-sjitl aitifle he ara'-ii'led 1'amrr !u j.\,
'L'Jt3it Block D!. ; >o a 0) t to P'l'i1'rI'ICf':, .Jitsu; ; ;>=, IVv--r Snicr-, Oliver, 1 ; : : Otive 'tt!! ,
Lots I-*, in Hl-iA-1. lo'I" In Win Pilnc'c.: (icad( as lollos, vi/ The classification of Scnil"rs ( '.Iipr; ,, Pikls, Soap( Stinh! Tob.icco. X.ivy V IDke" is Epsnn: Salt: ; 10 bs: Coppeia-Ji, t 10 II- SUPERIOR to any f.lhtr HietrineevfreK; ::

Lots 2J, J, 'i, 7, ', '.I, ti Ut ::: 1. : 1')1: M lipIII\.d. valued at $51, purporting; :: t tI as* at the first !es inn of the General Iread! Pilot! d Ii), CrackersVinegar: Drifd FrUit, Gum Opill n ; 2') lbs Sulphate Quinine ; :2J( iloz: in t'i>easstbr which it is ri iir.merMrd!
biiln'i! V: to G-iirg2 [Poe .jr. \ Iean! Silt, Iaist"u.Iacaroni. \Vrinacflli. London! Musfanl only dewtrnv9 WORMS AND J J"IGJR.i
held Ar Herbs
IIIly! in ( I h 1 1hsll: I continue ; of all kind-: 2') IbsXutmegs
11-jts 1 3 G 7 ill \ ..
1,to,M,, i'i,! s Rl'vk in l.cLots '. 2 Lots u nil.prove 1 val'u-d at -5J, purporting t I'lrluir! : !:i'd ; one liall! of whom, as nearly as possible row It: iolJor,i, Oats, IJuckuli', Mustard[ It ice. ; l-Tb\s Starch ; 2') l h'is Lemon Syrup :; TIIE WHOLE' SYSTEM, bnt i iT di fyd'I
lo !bel-jng t'i' Jiulgfi Pope. sh.til ha chosen forever For sal" by D. ELLHOX A: cu. I II i) Pearh.h! I rarries rfl, (he superahuridant slirr.p f r ironPREVALEXT
( ( licreatttr '! 2 Stnllelz ai.j'SKlaPowders
ILoU 1 2 7 s 'j m! !LI.ts ; gross
3,6, 1 j. n < 1 Lot I imN'II'h'd! ': Janl'rJ: 21 Wattr .
Jj. G, 7, VJ, I I I. ia fl! ..-* 23.Lot3I,3,6 ; lo Win, D J P& $ .1, purporting tobelong t fir I the term 01 f fllllr'ar:: J'rovnlnl, hnicrwr, -. -. ------- -- -.---- -treet.BOOTS ; 2'') lbs Knzlish: Calomel ; ',bJ t <(.. SplsTurpfntiiiP : : IX THE STOMACH-i
I and it is hercl.d"lal'f'd, that the of otliceol and general BOWELS OF CHILDREN! more sv
( term a assortintttt of all articles i. I
7 Jll.-k: 1 Shoes} -
in : y 2 Lotsim.n>veJ, valued at "zWJ, purporting tuhi'lo'ig that ; and Brogans, j'thcca5c; those in bad health. The li'rll.-
class ul 1' Sonatois in the Dni I rcurusor
tnexp.rcd: at tlc first t ; line, for Country' Merchants
; ;
..Lots! J Ii, 'G, 7, N, M 'H j ? ,, j ii. to Isia" I'I: Shoes and Htiskins ;
"II- 'JII. neat in which
election under (he amended,( Con-.tituticn, shall 1 Planters and P'v! 'Lots 1 to 10 in Ulvk! .1.> Men's
2 1"Jti1l1II'und.; valued at $:'), purporlicg t tobajngt extend to, and cvpu Boys and Youth's Jral13 : March l' : and by rCIIuvill<; if, it is 'i'->>if>ie fl r i
<; on I the first'Monday in i .. II. F. A BELL.A nj
Lots 1,2, 3, <), 7, V). I", in HI
Lots2! to KJ( in HiCk 3 !1. 3 Lots unmanned; valued at $:53, purportin:tILl 5. Tie it Hither enactnl That the first Mori's pe : :I1 l ; CARD.SEYMOl'R on the 5Vsttin, at d t t.e! htaliht then
# Lots 6, 7, S.O, ti), in BIle:, 1 n. I' li-: !'wd Bodi
b.-l : ; ;
to V i
ing Ryan. 4 "'Ction lor Ass..iublyrnen, un.l"r I this a-nfruled 1-T tikisthi.s:, nofhr-d of ir.fonnnu : h\.t\.ilprn\t: } in; it? H.-*', \en whentc'
Lots 2 to I'J, ia Rlock JJ. :3 Lots u i lim'tf.\',. I, \.Ile,1: at S-5'J, purporting C"IItitllion. sh.ill take R ijoct For -.aleby! .! the; cin/L-ns of \ ., .rl' i ,".". ,.r. d.
Lots 1 t. ; in Ulnsk platoon the first M<>ndain > { hlalacie..i.L II>l i.::?
'J -
) 1).
to hchI': t lo Win Ro.vlett. OctnVr: hundred ELLfSOX & CO., vicinity I that he ha removed the TIe C.i:..dnn!: Ycrmifuce I.; oniv i: H
eighteen and
(Lots 1 5 7 S rJin !Hl-i-k lortv-eight ; Jan 23 fin r.rner
21! Water
3 street.
u 1ir:1i1ro'cd'dilled at $50, purporting Water bottle ai.J i" Inuh1 mr--(' .adiriinistcn'ih
JOJIN"ril: and the first session of the (;e:1l'ralit'uhly, no L- ot and! Centre streets, and feeling thankful : t'3-"IY
to /.J'm 1 tu R.'cgan{ Colquit & Grant. tier his C for the < ( r. .
amended Constitution: shall commence Tarrant's pat rename herL-tolorc extended to him,
and ex-Officia Tax C ,iK clnt I'r lin Co.J Ell rvescent Seltzer
1 Lot '1..imprcJI'alued. ; at $: ), purporting t to the fourth MJonJay November, in the ( |he solicits a renewal ot: the same, by oilcring to !)parnlonly hy JOHN WINER iC
21. 1 I.j year
ApalachicnU, I I.
----_ _J 11.lin_ _:_ belo.ig to !bersoii & Everett. eighteen hundred and fort-eight. Aperient. yon a very neat and select Stock of GOODS, consisting Maiden Lane, New York.II. .

Tobicc.J. 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $-50, purportin; Pasied S-nae.! '>l'cmhfr 22, IS 1G. HEALTH REXEWED, and an invigorated in part as follows: F. .\BEl.t.o\zoI, ;\:

C'1IALF' blJxef'h'1uf.1ttl" I r t !n IJ'I, to belong to Phineas Randall. D. H. MAYS, President Senate.II. : condition of body produced L Cloths and Caasimcres, various >tvle Jan 9 ftr .Apahcfc.'

z, I Hrand.4t 1 Lot inroved, valued at $-50, purporting lobel ARCHER: Secretary of Senate. SELTZER by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT Fancy Prints, do. do. I .___ .f..

half boxes: Mirafjctj.-e I .8\V ;i'lii-e" Urvil. '>ng to Griurgu St Clair. P.cie'f Hocseof Reps., Dec. 29, !Sf5.' This APERIENT. I Alapaca Lustre ; do. Figured. I The Great Canadian Kent

33" <11. 1 Lot improved valued at $:i0, purpoiting I InbKng ROBERT BROWN Speaker.Ho. preparation is universally allowed to be Silks, Grode AVIAEIt'S PECTORAL sir
2rt c. ,V !B v" .. to It M Stewart's estate- D. PAI-Y, Clerk House t the most popular remedy of the present day, for: Montella OF HOI Lf1OtNh1; ELECAMPASiUnrivalled
t j13 22 Ib: blxe't" J W .1 ,I',." Lots mnprovvd; valued at fc>100( purporting to March 131517. 0-Grn the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious do. Satin Striped. for the cure .,Cough?, CoM! ,
I 1.2 Ib Lump belong' toHimilton Smith and Liver Complaints' X'r'Ou"eakru: ,Headache Fancy Cashmere Robes. Spittinscf i Eloocf! \\; t ugh, tty

5 boxes Manufacture J IV1 'I','( I" IJra'il 1 L'.t 'I'limpru'cIJ'JI'Jcd at S.5'J' purpot tin g Dry Goods. Heartl.urn, habitual Co-.tivene,, &.c.Travellers d'>. .Marino do. cf Brealhin PieurL-y, Ccnsompn:1:.
and residents in climates willfinll and all leases ot !h" Lungs.
Premium. to belong to George Stcwait. warm
"PHK subscriberolHr for and > do. Delaine do. i
sale a large sr:- Bronchitis di
it dfiirahle a "r.f<> that is swtl'pi'1'
.1 biJej" X 1p'J. 1 L"t t unimproved valued at $.>>), purporting t tobAu'.t J. sonabl'fctuck of Dry Goods, coa.5i"li ig in I a tf bile i artidcit prevents) any accumulation \1 u.lirs, India IJ.iok. i *:amls t to a pre'Mnr.. ijrave undirthe iCoUit
i is portable! and! the method t I
Icon's" Brand r I1IIi3. : to J .S'xete. d'..
pail of Swi5., Lti-e anti Colrrecl.Edgings. .
; t. :a, can bo l'dl b% cict tb!
is convctueiit. Children!
5 boxes Manufactured 1 Lot ti :naprovcl: valnH at 2'JO' unu.s.ually '
: J ,
Xapo- purpoiting Xe,ro Ki-isi\vs ant! Lins \s, have Li'Iv, ( ;w? and! Thread. cine.I1.
leon' Brand Stra',vh t.) belong Wilier Thornp..oll. frequent occasion for gentle and coohni g
: Sh-swl,
rv. D.I
White siiid Red Flannels: mask .Silk I ,. *. -il .
r 't :
v rhis rVdICXnein
50 :2'') Ib boxes Manuf.ict'ir."L: l Xapolcn' 5 Lots unproved( valued at $.JI, purporting I 0bck.i Plain and Fancy Jean, purgatives; they will take this aperient in preference (1,). Mai ilm.i T.S f ta-t.
to Use III Canaih. where if ha t-.erlmc u
." Brand M. '* to E J Wood's estate. any otherSold wholesale and retail b' >'
ig-Kilu Double twilled Tweeds, Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN i do. I'laid WooL l Iv k.;.\\\ :', .:rtj ,., ris.dtrtt U.< best
0 boxes Mlllufacture.lI'rcr.l"! H',nv D vv 2 Lotts, improved, valued at $200, purporting to: Super fancy Casameres, Druggist, .c. : Kid. Lace and Silk Gloves.TuskanGipsey ii) use fir all pulmonary ilisea-ses.. T.

(a'') Crates Crockery; 10.0T) Fi-.riJiS'g. ari b.'lo.igto HezR Woml. Super English and French Cloths Cl REEN & CONNERY, NO. 3G, Water street: ;; Bonnet., latest faslt on. success which has attended its u.e In tli
3') dozXeero Caps 6 J dOl Hties, :t44rtel1.I:' 4 itnjroved.lued at $200, purporting I to: Ribbons
; in all
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qra :iIlave j'ist received and offer for sale varieties. try, and the many truly vvunJertal cuni''
Ingrain Carpeting, C tton C..nU, Trace Chiins. belong to Carnot Wondrull. Duflil Blankets S 9 and 10) Brown Shirting 7-S ...1 and
qrs. 125 sacks Green Rio Coffeee, 3. 1. have been flK-elrd( b it has inJIJ"t1J IIICF
1 Lot unimproved valued (new crop ) > .
For sile low clf i livLOCKLIAIU' at $50 ;
to >s cnnsisutn! *iits, purporting t I o Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades Bleached do.
belong I In Charlei V1 Ioti. 100 barrels Northern and Western Flour ; 7-3,3-4,4-1,10-1,11-1.I tors to introduce it into the United St3t*. |
.i YOIX, Brown Shirt ill and Sheeting, 2UU( Old Rectified Whiskey Blankets, G-1 and S.. fider.t of its being the most safe and val
.Nov. If :: t Wal.-r 2 unimproved, valued at $50 ;
tre-t. ,
purporting I Cotton (
) Ingrain and Cotton
to belong to J D Weatcoll I nihurg.i, 1OJ boxes white, pale and brown Soap; Carpeting. medy ever discovered, and adapted t to ali

Blank Books anil Stalio'ucl'-i 5 Lots uniinpioved, valued at $:), I Itt Cotton Drilling and Ticking, 5 hhds N. 0. Siiijar ; 5 do l\11l eovado do n; Carpet Bass.; of the lung, when any of the lunctico '

L EDGERS, Journals, Diy JJ.v.kJc*-. I belong to P Woodruff. purporting Linen and Cotton Checks, 21) casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders; Hats and Caps, all style perform their natural or ha-t tv action, af.
50 ani I.Htcr Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting, a' Boot and Shoes. ,
reams Foolscap 1'aper; 1 Lot lllimj'roveJ.'a1Hll! at t'Ji i 5 Hams ; most grateful art! secthnig ii-tluence
Cotton Memorandum Book- ; $3J, purporting IJlearh.'d; Cotton Shirting and Clothi'ii! of all kinds. functions
; belong to William Waf. 2') barrels Clarified Sugar ; ot" the \\ h..leiem.. rliuusb"
Ship and River Hill Lndin( ; 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $VJ English: French and American Prints, 10 boxes Loaf do ; Also, a noat little assortment of Jewelry and cifeimnt when excessive. allajiiusorenesjand ..

Boo():: for Letter Prwi. to belong to R W Williams. p-jrporlin" Extra SIII'r, pLun and twilled Ginghams, fn) Sperm C'andUs; many other article too numerous to mention. pain, ar.d sh pfidii." tuprtUged ; -.

'Blank Rill of Exchange aid Check! Lots improued, valued at i$l l.OOO! Super Caahmc-re, 20) barrels N t F.: Rum ; Call and examine for .vnuisc-Sves. vi.r i. and cid-tit :'tv to the whitetraPrepariif
purporting to Evtia:
Just icceivcd and for sale bv belong to John D Giay.ISX.VJ : super Muslin de Lame, 10 Whit 's Baltimore Gin ; X. SEYMOUR. I and j 1"1! wi! .le-ale: and 1t)

March 1 11. I'. ARKLL. JACKSON, Sheriff Engli-li, Scotch and American do. 10 Domestic Brand' ; -Apalachicola, :1111, 1 ISVItJ. JOhN W1NKK: & ".., t-.! Maiden! w
--- --
KOP IAN liaf"r al.| >: and ex.o1fkio Tax Collector. Super Black Silk Italian Cravats black and and figured! Silks, 10 X 0 Molasses ;" HHDS St.- -CrniSll- -- .U York, soie ('fI'Indur; f.'r the I'M't-dSUt

FRANCIS December I Ili' f.lII'v Ilkl's I SO; boxe.sEn ljsh! Daiiy Cheese 10 ; II. !'. ABELL, \
and American Prints .13m ; 20 do Xevv Orleans
; _. Super En: l:*>h and Pongee Silk Hkft, 5'J, tn arrive; Jan
Bombazine and Silk pieces Kentucky Bagging ; l sicks 9 for ApsI
Alpaca CYlJee
Tax Collector's Sale. Knglib! and American Cotton Hkfs, 30 coils ; 50 do Java :.
Drad Etc and colored Carri'mc Rope; 4O bxs
; Madras and Verona head Aromatic Tobacco
of the power vested in me by law, I.. Hkfs, 10) bales Alicant Mats ; Balsam of Lh'crVOrA
By'inue ; 50
Bleached and Brown Domestic Uflln'd do.
*; .adies' Cotton Hose and Brown's and
Negro Kerseys and Blanket ; the first Monday in July next, expose .iupcr Marseilles and Gents Hf-hose, 80 bxsand hlf.bxs (new crop) Ma]. Raisins; 21) Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Labby's; REMEDY most perfect is said. "
for sale Worsted Vest
bjfirc t the Court House door in the ing 10 Lemons Soap;
Bed Ticki and > coun ; lOa bass Shot discovered in settled Consurnpti j
Lin'4ey"I"I. < 50 Powder
y ; Cotton and Flax Thread ; kegs
of Calhoun the ;
Apron Check and Klantu-N ; ty t following! described propert, Plain and fi 'lt\ Swiss and checked Muslins 7") Manufactured Tobacco ; 2JUO Ibs Lead ; 4 ca-ks Linseed Oil Complaint, or any of their incipient P Son
or so much thereof as will pay the State and % 23;:; ease-assorted Pickles ; the Chrono-Thermal b *
Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs ; 2'JO' kegs \Vhite Lead system, .t
; Jaconol and Cambric \tulin <>. I 1.Extra and Pure.
Hosiery of County Taxe due thereon for the year IS !10 :- 3t') !birrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ; For sale Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medio,
des'riitiinS WMG..
every ; Needles, Pins, Tape, fie. .C. by PORTER & CO.
7U') third
acres rate land
purporting to belong 20') hallbhls! do do Genuine BALSAM L1nnwoRTwbie I
Dec .
Straw Bonnets and Woolen Hood ; 'i or
; Which have been selected 41 Water .
to John D. with in street.Serai
great care
Gray nurnbeistiof
known. 20) boxes assii ted Syrup at 375 cf W*
Kid Slippers and Walking Shoes Xcw Yenkand ; pares BOWERY. This plan .
; B. from !
Colored and Black Gaiter Bouts ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff!; ) ton. ripotteraand Agentsof 20 J clu-sts and boxes (Gunpowder and Hys ; 's, 4c.I : : now espou-sea by several eminent ph!
; Manufacturers the lowest
and ev-oflicio Tax Collector, C. C. at market rates, and in Teas 0 f\C\C\- ARS, Assorted Preserves, and has been
Calf and Kip Brooms: ; L14 for a Ions time, the s.
; January 2, l'l7. 1-Gm are now oflciedat w'mlevile ir 'etai 1011 favorableterms 10 chests and boxes j ,U U U Sv rups, Chocolate Guava ,dTaylor's
i IV.vchonijTeas Jelly, unparalleled
g ; --- -- by WM. PORTER & Co. Marrnelade, Cnidials and
V Fine Silk and Fur I Ihts; Dr. Townscitd's Sursaparilla., Dec.5I'd'j.! -11 W..terstfl'et. 'J half pipes Old Ci'i lIa; ,' lirandv' ; Havarn Pine Apples, just rerenedtrom medicine! in perlerrnm. itS t **j

A fine assortment: of Ri-ady Mide Clothing, r HIS invaluable and justly' cclfcbrati-d -- -- .---..-- 10 biski'ts ''Heulsierk" Champagne; for sale low for per bv chr Joshua Baits, ai.d cures, which ill many, verv many CJ**]
compound cash.
And a br e variety 01.'ancy Goodi. ]. has just been received and for sale 1 by Florida tflolusse.s.TX 50 I kegs Nails, assorted size ; fDV.RIMcCTLLY: been almost incredible"! but theconclus'"..
25; bbls Pilot and
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, I' lIt D 'c 2'i'; J. C. ALLEN Diuggist.i tierces and barrels, for sale byB. Navy Bread ; March (fi the Doctor can brnv forward are trrfSjJ
._ : 1 T tierces new Rice; 5rt Water! street.Sailuiaker' v\v adn.t' all who have 'vuhs It
--- ----- -- __ may
Blank Books, Fine WritingPaper LaIIl) Oil. Fcb 20 21 1 Wafer street. 20 kc>$ and quarters new Buckwheat ; *) Tu'iue/ colds e\'cn. to use this perfect 8rEr .

&c. WINTERSTRAINED: a very superior a r-f 2Jf( ) bushels Norther Oats SUITABLE for sewing sacks, ails &c.fnr sale delay. Franklin sass a small leak.*'J

of for sale by On Apalac'hicola, Dec. 5, IS 10. big faip." Therefore, cure co
GENERAL assortment Stationery "on..i Consignment.OA . ] D. B. WOOD & CO. your
A --- --' .
.i tin; of Foolscap and Letter Pajwr) of the __N.iv_ 2S II. 1 ABELL, rurli t.SlII.ITIGS BOXES Troy Soap ; -- your lungs ar' past cure. For sale by t.
White : (D\J: \ 20 London Club Ra-nn ahisiflope. AVhite l illc Lumber For Sale. J. C. ALLEN, Sole ''flll
finest quality ; Blue and wove (rlll'c1)) PXitra : : Shirtings and Prints, by the; : Champagne ; pcs
4 fino Quarto and Packet Post ; also a bciutiful c. low for rash, by 2" boxes Florida Leaf Tobacco; 100 100 roils Kentucky I Rope Bagging; -) 0 OOO fEET White Pine Lumber, Apa'1Cb TJ

V assortment of French Letter Paper, Pens, & ;. B. ELLISON & CO. For sale by B. S. hAWLEY, ; -.J just received per schooner C.\UTION-Th! genuine Doctor
Suit received per brig Alabama and for nalo hv Jan 23 21 Waor trept. Dce 5 23 Water; street. .1 bales B.isrsin: Twine for sale by Hunter, from Bath, Maine. RALSIM OK LIVKRXVORT, has on till.

Oct. 17 J. C. ALLEN. WM. G PORTER & CO. Jan 10 CIIAS. ROGERS & CO. splendid steel plate enzravinir to Pterfeiti ''

._ lUnl'Jill1111". na Dec 5 -H Water street. signed -ds, all!.
-- -- --q----- -- ;ill :tiid Itopc. --- by Gnrdor! J. L' '
P LOUGHS No. 10 and 1 IIi, at Manufacturer A SUPERIOR aiticlo of Marking Ink, just received ICS Bagging ; 30 coils Rope, for sale by Kt'lIll's.Iillo and -Cauldrons- large French Fot at ocs. vile and dangerous; imitations and t the
priow by C. ELLISON & CO. and for sale by LOCKHART & YOUNG, SUGAR most approved terns,for, a sale 500 HAMPERS in tine orderjust received cautioned: not to rurcLa or deal is">
Jan 23 :'J>1 Water street. Fcb fn J. C. ALLEN.:: !or. I H $i3 Water street. Jan 23 ROBERTS ALLEN & and 'for sale by protected by the U. S. COPY* Bight L3'

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lFrom the Philadelphia North American.] [From the Pensacola Gazette, April 3.] II N111,, ??) fl i } ir 1,3l"' ILLUMINATION. of he M exican pnrovi-a-ce,- o- w-h -ailo i tl. --i. -'L^J^ ^ HjB igl
A THOUSAND YEARS HENCE. G,'L OR.HIO S N E S! l i~lL A.i .lW .... The joy which filled tile hearts of our is the capital, addressed to Col. Wa advanff, do weepee.T '. te-" "
:' 'EXCrRPTA, _n ac ''n ls'r '"
^ "/^/re,'ataof PaL ^ror^.uore, AMERICAN ARISn reception f ti le coult, of acting as the American Governor at Sahilo, ,,fa/f-Ari.o/^
'" "20t, JIH Do,, i, 31:37t. VICT O R IO US !.r :y e capg e ot v era and San Joan .bhat A mwerican C ommissioner, werre then i and San .unat .rnC* I
TllKT~yG~~k~i OFTH~oLP,TO^ W~tH~ iyT~f~y TSOIt^pS f -'The following g,nilemieq are autyieed XUJil9, rtenifesied ilsel gat- ijyin a~le^c,14'i^ ~pdc ^ t y SS ^
.n..... ."I .. A .. E aai- Vil1.. 'li n o ~ p )3.1 ?7,. " li
t. ER sPy l?-.o-laF ar the aincient city j-8.N'I .'g "U l" L" ", Agents for the C_-o,).A e L'Alt.asERidill tP ion of sole o||heprin.ipal v tment -con le S|^ -i^ we'tJ.. C0JB
rd:Phlaeioi th' rfit don,. .hVIhVO,-,. I i-".. = --'. ... .:"__.. rece,'e and receipi forso+b-er W ,'.l'~ J ;::T ~ -. e lil ... _ __J~_-.1[ '.r' _' ' J,_ lf_
we areilm reletj sn, Ih i ie fro i ndeo W. re .. -._ .. ..The...eS.rser-steame. '7"f-^ //:a. / "do ir le Co i r Al ^
.;. ,,. .. .--e ... -.. br s he gr o rious a ntel ligen oe of n r ..... r onrtimedbrdG'no rivir, fsE engine Q Thhl v Ae n -ero th ase worth ie e .ea .n ._j
;, |i-- by* Trpal 't ,,re p '.o.. t uie arr ofd : t ha ciiy. wi t,, h, fn ninh aii / i -.ile ,iSn ;_:r~ ., diL J^ F.I..,,N i-rCoIJP' ." .r i jnri i on1" "je~i k' J 't- oj i -ka ji ii .iiiniir
-roenedit, up u- to two and a-hall minutes. anc. off our harf t -. -., nc ro n|p osatn inerAi Nrk-. "thblrt nwno"-
EaCo, w ant s o o .i n, when r o o o. - S B "- rnoI -e .ry ai vi gor o -re-nmc'de O -or-m1 ..... .ft E" wn (1a... H 15 nt I
.,; -i .a n d g. .. .. . .. ., .l_. T rip.a tte m pt o l 't h e Se n li nel t o l a e h
w.;.as ,a. S nAT ChH.TI. u Yard a -s she passed. T.hee -Princett ssailed --o .. I- ,-E.. B -,,laAla. ... hol nte_. er p.ronuced Democratic pat .i-.+1 -o,
by._[ne old philosopher's aisciples, in honor frorn Vera; Cu-rz..ow th-eg-th u uhitnoand "I-'- t I.AW street and-Vuiee, 'will avail. hit oh n ,- h f cit~ m.l. I
: -he occasion, .rile] I el the The .o rm r r., ,. .........
.... c. e. ed. a-.a. c i. brainn gs ti le gloriots i nt iaen e or file re-Wou d 4. ^ a ^t ., tm ly- o. .d ,..^ ^ Thh hes iro .
d e ap-dof or to ..o r Ar .... ... -- .. -' -ofe e th at ci ty wi. tile sl ofS an, the i' W

--':. --^eltmen ea .Tt- ,p o. due on a o- t g the~ ati aboai .m y wihteCI t eol San boso:- a nd h-I 'as Iclr aa ne l na _. e,,," .m~r-^ ~~ ... .... ,ien -,man the( *. *." .pl ..... "- ---:- ..... _

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TE:S E.r~b.i._ _e....#3137+-T i-H be .pre- u n'fU'-ia~fYh tre'un~condit ni',,,o,, ,rh ',, n...-.,. ,.iam-re maadIC,, t an. t-o- can- -.kalsts '-=tnme-- -'"
," 0 a ... .. 1aV- 'hic e-abt+ .u lh|n ht i l, v i is ^ ^ W. h e. .. ""i
'TR/E lINT(;NIF[C~I -tCA NDI-DATE \We- -6re;'ndw~ltd to one'ofi" te office-t4- ,R -E-F'LF C T10N S U Gr-G- E STE-D ,BYV rv-mo q nftlo I qioru _r~eution.' Ouur --la .in .....l h.....of.oThe
". "he "ill da t-e "ih "n p ...n.. +" .: ....... ..- ".* ( io'ntet . i a ._r k bttie '-tI i um3e1 vicn P a.- p -tv ei respon stu e r_,pr-.? Ve aow
'--. J-'" OR sr~rco~at.e~l~gs'. ofthe P ..for ,theflbllowing stim mnary of l ite otH E A T ES trn s o~ept ,e7 1eT, .a "w ,,dgllng"--e-gis --t -,,,- n ..; "l,,' '= -'.h
i- .P h, son g aof the Pres identsof tlhAiooeeedings -in ti ls ,,ios-brillant eve If the ,na'ifal` -of the Aver in hPeb ... ' -,n '._.y: o .' J ".': bra Pn-. B b, atifiee one of the'**^^ W '-^i ^ H H

:. ,"-r.-" .* l ii -ii n .n .. ^ i -wi -. .i' 'in < p r r p rfr f ii n a .' .- otcr leosan r navpc gto mn nrosS h"~r-Lri T I'n~p alln f-tf j .!* f- ^ "y -^t r~~." + -TyiBB
-- old Repu-bhc.,s+elected as arcatndi-.; ..nent--an acli-evemeini:thtat will re~doulld p t ,, ,;; ,h h o', ...t,-1 ;,.-, o' r, Leg. ..... .. ... ._" ,., Mrj, to ,<, i." n, the State, and serrnd an inidi'dualasfl ,rre r- ofe
e i a dc of, hitc hv o hl tie r, "ti.m ore to thb .glory of -ur A rm y a ndes, M ar ce l ,.,-hae-" -e-k"- "- 66, -o .. .-h hte .ll
-:'--fa.dl; < 6. v ~ o -h~ plHV. : "-ich -"e l". ". .., nos an u c le aou" an + ei r s ia ea*screen ,-ege d-er-- n -o agards in et -to .j as bm -ne r. v i F; po "t. + "i. .. i' "," .i' ^1, rf
-. ''Pxe tt3,menhb u t a. pn..--. a m .e nariins abroad, -the,, o rInin that has uppl yed -, U; y'1e 1 1 b- n- t a ct mero t r,=k eJ eft., oy,,nment ,i.h ia 'fIdenrpfia'ny a ar`y/ .. "-b-;' '. "hie l .e s .L

.6 WoWWsto /y% inoignifican a (9-egiann ropeedCt nrijd ucc^~ess-10' ri.ben tiffl- Ueclnh~feahde~~ nd. ,%l b *W0^^ ^
: M"-ela're e ct iyton in s' i d l i ....' C-M, -p m r .. .-" .. ,- t--J- -0-- ... .... .. "Mrc ^ 'astle ,ell ar.ed .. ---S ^...^ no i "q_
SShis, ... Jhn. J onme nc en i o ihe .siege, I[1o bf troopsO'ldtr t af viv b '' an to- .. ,',a' .... ',-,Pa" l, d ;q "-n% 'r mS.a
-v(o a braio + lo e~c l P l1a .t rt -nrd'chi P., ... ;1. t:r. deset-e, l l-d the post r........j :.-
., .. o-igs u p -his ca t mmir s ion.eto tt h e .. o .. . .... .: 0 ..a 0 re n e .N D W E "ei A I te. e& a '1" ir a. I o eda
-,t w l p -rc i i ead or "I Lth -- investment ofheCity con, fee d .... ,.- Ets Y KtE Tp COME OMe., d = re lq...l, ....enlre Io do ... ,op gih
careefll ob hn e n,-o.s 1 surelyto .. o" ., P euhe rime-l e t V 4atnd I d e T O .t T E ? desire ee "v-
-fhe oc .f a0 y, la ,o to. sten .. .and ".. a TfdA -Galho ui s an extract .om dua.+--ar~ti eh i^ .r x, 'n. .' O eof! as..or
; [ e.ifnst l tfe er w. i #', n a repor th: o .18th.-- aT' ie s-trpened; p 't night.o.e-A .. -r e t r n.i s bt f-,sah,.....
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"lt Cotr he .. .. ) -2...: m o .e --C i r-' ^y s 'tnn bned surrenderr on ea pr s t'ow~e i le s mcity a l d-cnsler oV era C ruz s laveholnjg i le I, oen t .,, r ,

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W eb r hc were+ O blo ic+ f th e C l.Towni rilr ;C.-reua,.il~a"+:ll urlir$ -o en d a finfnreyl s~ h s fro grd.V elo^B p w ~ e -'trh~ ne u erm s +; b at,1e," .... h .,-,tr .of.-t:l. X.... ,hn he.r Sena_. in+ ,o~ e ~ ie .. .* .,e~t ~
: ,, .TH .h-C "- d .',. ,e 1 fo--.t ...-.. to3u ever-Y ,ppermot W'q in l- f the(I "-"fus: -he ", o t C ar. ve el r --.,---e.....

' ef.l4tvi nIe a.;e t,.a a hiNe-or __ghly ,iue rn eo i O" 'P, h~ .cp .. .h. tem a, .ay .n chivalry, wh nee -- uio a .nanan ,.o..h X -l'"e, dMarg--e foar.e .y le ? cl bt Soe
-presse amtlhe [o clude o p~ irtn|he la 3dth Mexican.s, tesa"he, is aid lo+ 'l" -rroe .qJiJ ''^**ei-t ast+-oron soiiree lo ( pnin f he arofsx e re-erals t"'.. ,c ..+:-: .a y ta rh m cino .a em ...... y- roaa a.., t
h e,,',-,-, l .. f. t x .eoar Ou r g e-r a e nbed a. ren i n e. T he1 m ornad3Mtance n ,00 .... .e n of i-teJ- .r hef ac d se m, ths o h th o ftu.e cy "h eclae'ic C au s i ws bee n elei gb ut at ....... -m:--.,

.,~ o.etIX. t ntlclni T '.nd111 Wlilel c mllar eter e "ee~ -^ "' ^ c -losely. ...e 'y .rnn be(me n o" .... rm... ,, seartls ...^ A ca~ h ..Troopes oftad e sho nd themselesrc apabl e sd'ta ing .-' le The pampe t ena erious ichn~t lestda a ,l.; ,, ... a'm j r, .. rr -t._e p.ople, a-d ti o ...... e
-_Thle W onit oant wof ,lnfe or n ml, rkne. of il .... -In uSg .. .. event ihcl te- i e d l-,i -r u.. .. .h I /o iii ov iq& an .... y ilga ^ il; ,;n *. i. ves +, lhe whol-e x-overn..e,, in the veor {{ T03dd did, W ^ ^ ^
-nr e :the so ur .hch es hof m tes p l .. l -h ,o le.,=+: o ner na Lery Olin .^ rpll- de' neery} p lesofapwartionofts epeoi ~e , tbt ,No.,., and.. :t,, ,ou th,,,,,,,,,, c o ..,.,d-u, ,.,,, j, ofgri+:' the o-ffice-hol,,'d rs, an off,;',,,,ice see 'bee";Y" "dlvl-.e ",+.-..'S^ '.'? ^
ro" be-s+-- f ce rc. ... -" .of fro-6,O- .o + O+O"c.- -.witrstP wa"'n tnem, ,tnd tnein are reee pf'the -Wt ait tnPovis-- .a...... ., ..... er I. d'on=lr -."- re "rrof ieivofth, lhat am. ^ ^-'._^
-.m~euharlt .her .me;, "Catt rs mwh d. every Ha e e mortar op~en ed 20h0 d,,30: v. S.-,t.h+,,r'ed, m,, ,by. r*aH -the sh phr, d on .... appren to,. ever....y-, obser.. r vo... ...-r';' i l', .. ".hi. S'X^^^ ^^ .t-k'n w.dr t A- di^ p
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lla t.. -. ~.+duple8ervopeenu ireectIIn i abov ,11. -, : .suc.mode.f,, -
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101i '- I.t '~ i e tip b--d:,! ...... w. p o o er -o a --sla rrce.B'ner. so lio n d inn e ir snapuirle ;d'r ion'lt wi ch snc t o oxcpn : n " h :o ive tje~ et n roibfil6i e laver y in t n^ .. .V"l :.. ... -- dr'Thel, eis aet irit""pte.'),al opii cohrpi e 3'':",/;"ohe13 .,e rie~t a~q*D inle--heCals W rtle-h an. : s r -' ,n i ....t .-es _. ,.. .o y-'^c ,-es 7er tejrcry nra._ be.en.'luip'frsti 'o:.biher ~ l+qetlr'l t a w10 'yi~ ll s rion. e ,a oruldptio 'e'n'ai edui -" ,cb'^ ai il:=aeJ^_ .n2i^ ^^ i^
a'nr n "p rp lli i- lrip im t l l "o I inf l l OWV- l- n1 t-.Ii-l" llUl hr*n It..IS ollen, :- .-' -" ,; "- .-,!: *- ,' .. *. i ui .r,I --~l u;-... _' h r m r-iw ".o- o lp* ta "'h1 aI l
be^ ifore nn;election iro"h i ld e s, ,th Ca s les urr rend ere f--,'[e eantro olt s a re of att- u Ierce -- aa wel arIf e dl tid by,^ yio .d,,n le .H n, uy/, dq e cuaredt. epsf .flee ,_ ._

-'-'b'6t aiw tsnce tofier poudit)v~l oTlie 3d Tlle Areoor ia aser o 7 0on 0d, nithn lle m_ ~ e _lb t ,ou ncl .Y e e~i^ '^ -a I s k aiflml, ~ Q iio a life d ^ essed hloJa~ve -^ r alwaid beenMn ^n. entp fi^ htlr Bi r
.^iJS % T ~ ~h ^Syards "Troops bh a~,., lade 6l~ VVarr ri'S since PMt-6- ,lse ,,os 'a'ib I le slin .lQ'hle i Thes imj'e- thatg whih fin.d^ ble'dWW n. W d 1^ h ^c ^
. s .tl. dan.' ... .. ,or.,. ph- ... o,in4- '.. wi. nv is :-' .- d.-;+e s .' pre rty that er n of terrld ie...e.v.. .t uer's. n nrs nomr

rcor Uin L-vrolws72.lrigfr43 otn tlllUs IlacU UU.ll |1. J Umneil[.ely urt ssu te ~ ~ ~ b\W Fe ^ ~- -old f siblr-1fo r ou"cf n *;es e'ahr e^ilti1se b-^ ^ I ^-U^ '
tp n al. en ate. "Thiir, say-l i'!|.+>1, th eii b e abetor bl, P a I ._s -.ot he -fic r b. ha, ater a f. d ssi e, ea. t u. a *e- *fl~~t~'s:o yile by tr'r w* a y fo- ., ._ ^,,r| .' i .. j ;-' .p s,-ri fea~ llear ,t g ..i~es tr lal r-t nSthcsls_ "a
'i- evden ly m ,t^k.^. 'as 0 ,hend indeiu ,.tered ot !no tO he a~nd ste--a no oter t ""-crhoemohon .".'"i .'. tec.'lwr'-l~ ms~_t, wx Ot41 iean..alerwr.'eleng,~n to txileo-ee~ mone pisis foreere troe_,nitideen ,brl^am e ~ ~ rd.^ le ^a ~ dS^
deramais $ .75 t pe r eeish e, i-fohe rasred olv co t riv tl wey hae benA m pe lledu Enin:ao i st-w of v.ilo .,...._. ."" "W etriY a.Torm lo~m cauie (hem lo-en~ .--tee iyntenadtiiecu~iongl ie hv~pe tog"" doiniun ol hich ^ w~as ^ ..... t s,'e..r hab.o,^ ^ ^ c .--....
.a dchareful beoire itlw .leaves t',,,i ,, +nnr.1 ... o vler bohe ;ucind wapalrtedic ul r ves el.+. lb'- w-e^o .sicrey. ;Jihte d e tha.fotses our boBen p IVo Tullerll OnT 0W Dle~ i deplor ?h unshriiik ovner, hhe ,I"'"* ... ... o kenria "V ]in sioners ae 'rTnI1o"f"=c r1nU.Bajl^ ^ -
".T esrcl e s of gh oratn. ow1ic w hlel [here-'oll p sI ble g alr son, ofaou 4,00 nlen ],_ i nvde -were wilin nwh tol s tayiJo:l.e h nd co r Th~n me s wbheich" exlabet .' m ahe adlrto lie b;orai .....nion ,-s --ebal .... t,.L .. ..'_...ctsdr. I'.[.. !
after d ost di veri inh a s cMien lo be ha -se tt tner~omh e s on parol e, Dem cra .ef" n^e.+ ...... .......histrefa -he fe.l .--- ll- .ec r co ll to,.. .... ,td ;pu lileni 1a0t Ii' e uperiiiij a mpattn, an9 da lthif o ug ..j~ P We 'i 'r .o b
+^K ^ "1^ A 'lc A. .t~ < ;. ~ :* '" .l- 7 +oelu ,& rfin. i, h. -. ~. ++ ^g ^W. .+- ;" ._; ".
Eu pe, "rt ii l" o er Fl l 1- th c.rr o p a' ,lrepoe n t e l n -'ij r, hsh action ofath es brlto.adhian-re ".1." "la-d- -,l -W'.."---
f- eac o unar l a-h r v, wi l, ,-h hu s~r i- n fi d r frdt -e otrss .. ,_ Th...v. aY g -`e-n .. ..1 Y .... cith.-byxPotrent--f the ir o p opose,on to -eir eno ce lh irv d i-,s, l h,,,,,,, ha h r f hl't "l "
-s. rones. te Navy an~ropened ~alrech 9in hewiln -l Aili
441t at-he aee. se| w" y. or i, 4, .+), 5 am .-N w w ud sem j9 b h -p prn i~ene.of 'heb V lm t-roi so' -='I'n, ,,t:, '. ; I-irt
. :,:- +-- ,", ,, 'IF.. l rff aplen a l w u del :"- o - <-1..... ++ r -- n'z' "--zr|ie ll c niq ler"is and f e. .ei ,rpr mm u m '- ,
lit~l lly l'lal / e ~ l i le w .~ l~ltlll l c r- ,. ,--" : i " . .. -' - ": ' :' : p ,, --',-. o P- "L- .1.
-he.. .- I. -c '. wS- .. ..+t_ ~ e t ;)po-,.d r ,-eysoila'ut Ic rtr h mtrrctl --tleo-e l o -" " -bL]xotlP ro e c a'. ..
t E" l ole, t if rhI- e ) e Offe s l .[ [ a l lD o n R ton .. ., i1i n. .. v e,"... --; t en- l ~ou in n h i n, P o. D el .it o ly ,o a.DJ m '.- n ws a e .- '- -'
s r s e e s t ahe n a n .. .v . .. . .(if +,J. + : .. .. P .. -. . .. ..
'h e o ma et he .least reiifl'e] ficksriou ded eu tenant Colonel pri n efpau se. porta ud sron estcitdel hvi-.rosiici+ to e r Ia lon 'a i]l-0 -iv te a r e .. .,.,' + rqi-, thi lelo eatl.,tl,.,iLd-P ra
qd.(ota riss rt te addismen o whih, \, he idesnaainsalh kn t o n "onnstninlennA L' edhfq, st! -'or.,
"l~~l'~ don ili pr bab e m a d f r orn la...go.. .... v-' -qy"-- f.: -. e" .... ... +pl ..n .... .. ... t .... olding it ,e "he f ohtl-a..... ....a
Col.Tovin. I I- -. .. .. .... -4. ; ... .... .* q --/*
w ou nd ed -ie d oh igtw ell.. pe = .: th e,%'"su r _- -d ie e x s a t o ng s o F Yfia t eel *ing .. of eac..h ..... ... ".-y
vpeseiii'h very. inStari,'ph-the.0th, exlan, te laqhtr spsidIn*em ntd bo utuld enideofietrw th h'
the st, rtry o the ext y~ar ill b greter hC efbe sl i m bn se. Thred -, exi ropsntan,.l,h t t 'ill .. ..... p r frcorrem erC heanstleae n weallaetsisa ensofeearmedi btatth andtlnt.
before an elctionhe iclPiladelphiadhichiaterns
than of- thispreseut--is en curd i y G nr-I\ ssato e~l h iy lieatis - loa~ltlnories in hI'nslald hlvs gIlhe( er Americn trf oon s occdphel d fhe ile."c hit r: in r ltaso rde n c m eica nyig, +" -' ...'-" ..... .
:-Th pro ee of setousconestca ,-"/ i, r It t" h10n -l nt la-oa aanA s tbsi...cre.....a-
ble of iro of ngheanoanrynstrats..het\_en h'-titvesadats the h AeI ovrnm en ntecU'- odduy boel..f
is-evidentld I-i wi-e.'- lioof he or rk s of a o he ane num er _fi reg lfi s. O 1-+ --, +. .-. ...'.. .. .. S. .. ... ....I" T.. -E
dranropethe souprcesiv te S l, i' le r and.;m r o*theat....... d"I.1ve uheavoctions ot a o, rttons0htoespen W1th rR E han: t h A E TOutCO E Wd upHO L hands of be'ofie-hiondersad o fi -se--ed idd ..=noid
e, oerthe cinty was t nealuteLba or\ ese,,a it ..`u
p-haFeotae ofl~re .'s ii wi ch In, ier soflel T e" o ,6fab ti ,0-00- men, .t .. ..lngii~vs b -
Clio of ,rhe'Couertul 9befel, ay- I e-eonent nees T eaoei n xrcfF r..a ri I
isrc saido.6, -tno1.havce been. of" tile. other -lle "lilnu+ Pie.s prisonersuf oft wahr,, be .i..... ..... ,ini, ,e.l.. r.y.atht sare xWg.i _t zfbg~otr:
?v down their. -arms'-as of q lrtroliltlrld'io -find in an bona'lirI'/bi11in the; Cb'il l ei1t" J+er4u-,-*dv ; ic': _e pub.
ihe.mer st (tlhi iver atrsiihcheey Hany it ewen 0 td 33.-G. e -in s~r' A .y -it hI Selh rdon ti :l"ag[ .. ...: .. tke uiosaeo,t.ram' Pl',
appsen ssidi eth tm6a re tt vrywh obserrep se. rom the ex nts-r|, '41 hi, ma ny f the D, o rt h ,ic-,.l.. ir,. "... .d: -'- r.-,s.,,,
prdhbr cns nera~ fctr nt~e ou halso60ou perior oier,I n and r -u27 41b- asu~ni~~nl~sd6 ee tt'i~ove -. .. a .n, n,.+-i, +.av|t ..... ..i- .. ...f.,,,Iheohedjjspiritoak i=!e
.U1 w,-,.... ....l. n neIdg-ettr soa.Lalle p.erformnri t-ile c,,,-,- .,ti.r,- r.:. "'-.' .' .--.Q,. .qo,.m'p.any_=. _-
+ flit" day-or-ian.-..,'( 9),,O is 65aaurnet.--Ille seem kq --beot -e reA'Penr,-,p.--icitrep-of t. ot Proviso.
ex ilsi e.f th u ua r s rv I t ee ,th ", .. .-; ,+; .. + .+ : fil-Te... l:e" 4 ." ''-
;"p o rlioe govp i t o c att e A FL!h oInu a t te .a.. ..l-f.. ..... to w D ip epe,.ira
,~~~Qtt r .%aiK'Mep re O O e t l~ ;,. 't t .. : + .- i~ o n .-. .. 7 .Vr .inthos !r e + r ~ e l~ tl~ k m n an s e oi a ntin [e s l, ni-o ,'e ; ,.-oo,,.,, -.. ~ ~ 't l+ 4 "i~e m oiiitlf.+ ,
: f o"r" 'e o f A i isl r eo gsGpwe lc i Cin g f i le .s . + t a: . . .. ". + : : -" ..: -.i; --n: --a. --.n .I-F '~ +
-'u nthyroa t uian t e ci io l,%i~i,. om p le t n ,1 .."-'S u r ,k. -" '"' d ei .. = .- : l --,. -- .. .. ; ..." .. -o -, .- +-
-"i tit .,h.s"b e eriwn-,g laookt g s o t l i e ,_-r.,.nf.!~ n-rt~ n ,re tsn a e d- iQba t ke t lae. e.-, ot 'lh t, i lln i +'h t"i','s +m th su ..
er p uqd,., . t3 4,.l.. .,.. ,I~te ,te v lbe. ..., .... ,.++ ... :, ... .... :,. ._, p..II g : .. , , P + ... . ,

57 ,9 9. S oud h q~lttv ot [n l$ ,; .;)-. A, i..."-n navyee 'o t ith :a -nda b'-pqlee frs ebi~ th r r ,:- -i he fa~t is e t h in ibfde ablo sd . .r
cor b 'T ur~tI d |E C RN M RE~ T.olo;e knd1 .. [ .... .... .. ...... u te rasas-: cffr L -- lry -wh e e. .a. ... ,.... hetllrutionJ tI0 .
nrll n h rbbed m n o arr t el D l. '2ld- l tie y-.dle OSuI to Pd c ll toC tVe wh 1fr year ds pOast ln ha Iv e -r fl3edi~nt ,
"or- 40 iot~seieh, to nnsl)r il nnd will I.. "A It .l h ,- 0 -" u O oi-ni ee nd'he manressand o tO heir as'tisN-t" iiUo uaqo obinaormt e .He. ..- '; 'f._:_,ii,"z.___ -
a .. .a rolarediihe.of.. ..a.ttent--ion-. a The opini"on-: .. ,ek { - -=
.adate s-o~e.tmd~-dm !o~o~o~trs m "wo.und,e. aarev etol edopring weelpl.. -..q .-], or) rtPmk+tat ^,, ... a.! ..
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~e; her exi "si. _- 'l'X~ll aU ~l ~,
the -.sai-,-- t.o- ce .ene y- +-v t l -4 nd of, it- .r'e. .-' cfrua o tibrry no e in t e r -.-m-.b+P t.--
than -f'anh prese [oaiconcuredeinbyhG6erbt aaea sti.nvran fie cit, whil Ili- f 'A sat ,w re'-tbey-'Closly Mi d-
in fae it:@,m ourdores ,.. .. = I- ~t _+ t% M.x,.c~ts;,e~p~eiay y:+++.Ini g pohteal ipahungs1, ,, Theleprospect t of- a- srio"u-s -con"test,, capa-+ili

...... ,, e state o f" =ice -ie |nllerllY' e l; I liicty wa en ra V o -%vilh a I I w o 6 -b '"f I Ve ietic s"--P at +" ltrc1 '- e fi
"Pinteest a t tqh eIisti e mat erso i lfl wh-,Iich ver ofd sac eh .\ s~ g on and 'o whit h ,r:we ri se-by 'a ud-b '.sh phrri d! o- n s he- ppressdbn t o--a eversoyheO d. "i -...,-,,.i.. .
p r d b c e c o s u e a dat o i h e c o n d a-ois c a g- d n a,,-pu -ed i,,s- ii IaI, n r tt i l! n-n 'f el-ollncla ,e iI n e. s m t e .e a as p e rb eqea
-pou 2 inds, Inrano n) u .l ,,equ al t l b II Il'o + ...- ]e a d ,Jh e orInb'vspo rti -I be:- h e S 0 ,it h 1stiu or. re\ I ", ,, in ,, tbe coia i hf W era t atha t' suc<,dLh m ,odes. ofP ~ ....+7.. -..- +'
51,000.,6 0 ler htlou d wh ilh l.5be ;,quil }reil f e.b en abe o bladu., s. O[; .. ng..bitY'... :-byti the N ". ."tion~ :f : 6 ,, i6II w ill hff,','s.-ar' e about, t-o-,. be,,-' a -.hJ1. rl,+ yn.sJglT g~s ffir3<

exclusively of t heus ual g r, ii.wi~e serve hers e-ed,- tiheivae rete,,,le s'Fol'lier o -; i,- 1:s w : 4nbld heE.l b" f D oirst.liejq venin m% e am .,a.,he -V~dr'li b
. .. i .+ -anti Ili... o 9 y t + .--- C e -d .e .... n ri a..,h. c ... 'h_ otvn_.%-,is re sur,-,m gh_. = b 1i ,i- 16re- w -b ii- X.@ ",9 tl-o--1d. "r'i 4=le n"
ono o the mnstie porai ofepotato sing s e ua L Istpiihes :J'] nw;' Ih184i' .. ... q i ..-B u. ... le "N. .. -v ,,,.. .. ... .. .-
_. ... !.. ., + =tru ; abl er hnteIlotthe loe-b t t~at refec-lon in to hne-io d~tibb'in aPos baeslleupl-s sefes..-st githe:rt l iieris~!
N q..c 7r. u te a u iir i~ n & R oco k A I[ -le L~ te 'ltd .+ : .: .:: , .+- .. r .,..rl:. .. -.., ,-, r:-.7
""tope,-2,&A-i llry nGiarBitai,' il Inhe ", aexian Fk o -hei- ant dt C 'ras n feii .rilewsnislbyg.dcd 9;i~ lo ys~ifcio,thttesi rn~, e-.'nt? n nLt s(vr .i lO~lni~ b e, tEr. . +e.. nr+-_-.

".--e permanent. and.h is, o-tir'irnpreailnnfhat crossed oh lie city and the whole Mexican oor actrof w isdom-it Pl '- at 103e, ... ..yur cq- o .. ..-jI .. h I o'Lrtst.W' o- e I -pPOp
-r*it will be rea 1848 ,han it has been or Arnv. marched o, ',nd s,. cked -awr arms can lead-,o-snccess i at or ', hono able and of-Lhe. Solth- are ig ) ,
ll bethiser.: on ,he roa nefthe Cemetery. OuA- -e "ro -es we a ing a I E
,,eace. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Frot tile ecat,. s.hih-e aeobta infng; i y i'e, di--iiie;:l'nipfo:," .: : "T] T. t:, +. ." ..bcms+bd
There-is very little dwn& but that the my -then todk'ul)(lhe Ieine oi" mna'ch of) each '- '- ": .. p :- g man', pet-ifi,,Bers for|lar0adt -'i,-i.,rt
crop of pointnes in great Britain, this v.:ar, sieoflhe Mbxica-n' Iorce into lie town; eutimeraleJ-lronthe'ualureofthed,3 e.,ltc agisteach other. -- :- 1. in=d. .. who pentlionetsna-.t --I..f.oI IS
beL s ran AC IIes sii -n l beAe ia s "op d o tt W eae h t''ftlen" ibe o.i-oe ,odiedoiiletha l n.v;a~idr.
will bo-les rhan last. The disease is in Col. Belhun look possesionol'the C.tsle sa- inliluniuns of ibe 1eicvns, joined o 'b e ar +> ""-''d?
tlie seed, and it must h'ol more generally luted the American Flag and also fired a sIctl hatlalllhie overnuentl is tniheh~ltlds ^ho dtbt-r tlie ocap ebilitya of ani Iobr; thesafetyar nafiind, should be in e 'uilv a"r tistiolL.a.nM
spread in-lhe next crop than it h=,iprevi,.is- Coi. Conner as tile Prinhieon of those % hose. tra-dei-is war, :and who hope -sel-overnmenl--'nor'can- .we ever-per mi .odn. equity, an.J ,usli,. f oerlign- there re, "e o "p i-^" "
ly been. 'The cihanrces are therefore deci- le'l. Getxen ScottfromtheovenentHotd.e,%%henrepubl''an, intittis are consid- te are .
p %e 1(0an, 6 n- o r les I)b lee ta n o 10.o ,ered the onh' 'aleirs"
dedlyin favor ofa aarealer deficiency this reviewed thetro-ol.;a- tfhey nf hrhed thrnegh rg1'i- e* ofKiirda to wYn- ii se"h --
fusion Hintw.i.. ,odu.laiiinn-,heir co-r-. opinionsewll orih' 1
year than there was last.. Shoul d such an the Public Sqvtare-he is now qa;ricred fueiou .dc o a- ...
,. uiiorlunate rereul t breali~ e.,l ii npns in -.lthe largest Pot ion oflhe- inlh.ibitarinsen-theie-is to ex pe 1)1 -of Ih it so reconcilable irt (heir .i ...iast le n e e tl.e sptdzet:ts .lll61l
bi 'to li M1 o a tlilCp..;ite th misery and d1isi.ress it had left tlhe city previous o [h'e atiack--on the events which woul,l have led any tolier characters,- as .ivilldind .in.-diAi-fijion, or lyhwit 6r~il ..A\ ,Asm-e, f viAh--s, lscli,-eny. ^Pe
. iiii.'Udi p~rodft.e, or I -le qjantity of grain ouirentry Ihre ilaceelooked dleserted. 'rie nato -su f1+ eae +l produceany wll 16 oie" i-1-r. """'' + ..V-+;t .T u/e '" '
will be wol~~e--a 1176 hr91%1%e0 av 'o le alr-aid t,-, faee',lee .ulNe~ac~d o rJ'o wtei# .. ,:
-; -:,lhieh wo-"ul4i N ~-requii~ed fl'rin th'is eonntriyrnumber -killed is not ae laed-spoedsc~t in to s efor oeandce, vrl uie H ,.....k . ..."." = _l""; I+---
sil feti e.o.ade eiyb lel ear.bill ihnt, tile s'inie wks,l6n,' tbe sainel uitirr, l I;,;bul tovc lr~ukbjrdthdhk ,.
-- o make gjdoi-the dieficiency'in the supply of however to be large. The citv is much in- .... 9 uj.l.. ....f- .i-.-- ...... M o- 3 f "ai
., *-* fo d an i elieve.the distress. 'jured frim the effect of lhe sliot and shell, hat after'r we have dispersed-6.'eri army lhai -mutual altichiment,lwhichl c9gm'pro -t is pd ;l'e P-ee o Pl a" si- ".." ... suicc.d -'- .|.....
N ine tho usand M exican troops w ere w within In- k'es hle field anil : h i v ri, l ,r d e ery city Meis ouri" Q uiesti u, "'il a iJ-- ieeed. hI -, cs 'piit S "-pl"c ofl".r l ; a
SI :- -d e-ire -3. N olh in h -i l. fe r 1g~r f in ..i i i ll -., -:-
,.Utlou ieor...GTHE'12or 13o .A Da- 1,or mihis oftIIe.eiiyvontihe nihiltofIlie and owu in. he publicc, we shall be ,;is o '.Nnllificaiion, w'ill ondu-t.:fo, a.-saisL c-.: depene*t'e 'n tea r the" s.rotn tne of n-" ei. .'. ^ _.*t ['1^a-_.^^
-guerrPOty|)isi. in- ]New -Yark has, by means 28lh but *ere inipetred and driven bakb .ha,,.,.w-r n--pln -lvi *', bdpneie cnt rtee Tro hefc f ppl9--t .^-lG^'*a^ !~~^
gfUyaoaccurateand. costly lens. mh nufdc .u- Col. Harnev oflhe Drazopons. The attack 7 1a P" n p are nolv-p n PS story n t. peaceful, errM .nlion the.1roubjes ., hideous fIr f, I _0 e -V-'s--iLa ": t-
red in France expressly to his order, suc- on Alvarado" will be made on to-itlorrow anon,;oher 1-easons, because ,we swei not ino liic we have been pltngd by. the r, aidhake off the usele-s..burdens thater --'t ..Pe'^m, CritT
ceed iu getting a photographic represenia- -(30ill.) The posessioi ofiiha place is in- be able to find any responsible Goverimeni lust olf conquest, "first enget dereds at thp Ioa'st Ih6r stre 'fi ant d hek th. iri.of ro- by Gen. Taile.du_^.lbh '. w
lion of the moon-, which on deing subjected pil'-tant, owing to i0s- a.rietUlIu'ral produce. dsa'it.le a.- a et ed.
to the action, of-powerful microscope, it is Cum. Conner returned on board the P. plan ,r ,pOloed by Mlr.- Calhouon and others :' it^ t enterprise. I m w ou fiic on.-.h as wn c 8
waid,, has disclosed the most astonishing and having been relieved by Coin. Perry. ColI. P .... NrGOTIMTIONS FOR P _EAcr.- The 'cor- In Ihe"e.general "- t.arkas, sir, I me i
beautiful phenomena .in relation to tha pla- Tolten. "of the Engineer corps and a be;irei lto_,v-rrion lle. seaprt; arid occupy a li e respondent olf lhe Nesh;-t.we, rk Jtirnil'-of sho' tle tendeiCv ,I tlthfii-s; and ive ;giB.r-,,em wkith ris dragoonsftJlt
net. A full --4deunt of the experiments is of despatches, alsocanme |;sen2'ers onboard eslndirz fron tle Athmic to lie Pjd C I fro "Wa 'D dii uonie rra;-)n3'wy appiremly lawtu".' ... ps ti ::his te,
promised as sojor .s :as -they have been corM- of her. The bearer of de~sspatch,'s left ini- cdllec" int revenue on impors lo defia.v, lle of, ,i h ,, r, ..r..H-i, -, .,s ^ et).n"e? be rc-i'.stcd ._de"iled &dl 'rtage to ,May.r-'t- out'atid---et ed;-^b- ...
feted. mediately after his arrival for washingtoo. expenses of the war,.wiU fnal finally become tie- ht fie nrncial friend and b1aTker of Sa h a tlecomtuiity....J t ie
.. .... .- .-+ siu : : "- i "a i" .. i : ,- l, Ir State whtitelpb.f:r~srheho-- ole-rpopulatof o f {'" i -gt. eJi t use Ieilws Io; -S-_ ij^ IM
+ s s r v .A n n a nii u ne e n s o m ue d a y s i n th a t I Oil y t Jil d rl i r_ p o ~ e t s a e .t ~ i i g : q~
REGRET.'.--An habitua,-1driikard, having A COSTLY W IDDDNING PRES:..T.-Aiong count) -!'o be taxe, scvera [h,
found in a dreim'a cup of excellent wine, ihe Hollenlots, if a widow w nurries a gaiu, SUPK.--N. T he stet ie-r Charlr Capt. ,that lie w- a le lo bls led to believe thiat a ne,,olialion ',, Z.-'re: ..... -.i ,, F', ,., h.t h ^^rgtd...eTO.'ial
met about warmiing it, to enjoy it' with ....riore she is obliged to cut of lthe joint of a finger FR E 1. .111, on her %:iv do%% n with abowt 700 ae was goiga Oil bet-we' ii l, a l -,, .'d
u B s tbrai rs: bales of' otton,'sr ck a -sta near Owens' M ex.ico, and on the.' ee. ,o Co u1131-. E. .a;...+t F authority, c,
= _hd-dli.hclons'.and refreshing draught, hie- this she presents to her ne w Jhusb'and oin her 'hde I)Cl .o
awoke. t Wbh t a fool I amn!" said he, wedding-day, beginning al one of ,the .lle Island on lie Gth insto, anl sunk iu abo t for a genera! pence' I hs, taken ^u.S i ,,-county I\,r se\'eralir sndIdop rs, and it seemls atd gGni' ra.a ds n i m-e- -
.-why was I-ot cotCnlent'to drink it cold .l" fingers, +a eet- e ..r nexion wil.. lle declaration qf Ow Gb veinq;r that, we .re obli-l ..-meetthr*e er. x a..
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'"tleEi qC-ec.-4,.14X64Tw1. IS, Range 5, E
.T h ^ -S j lh re c , L '+. ; "* .,
T"-,T .Nt'f section 6, Towvn.', .Rang-e'5, S & E
.r .t-hoe 4,th-dayofMiv. at the'Court-ih qe o
,.'---,hflah itv; the follSi.'n tracts Will Ve of
l -I Tow$anship.3. North, Ring 5 "Weir".'
IJ'. F"ra'ctksfs :-Sectioa 5, AIL of Section .- IS
A-- lof Sectiip'-- 7,. All (f t' 2-2
... 4 ,1441':. .,, .ll or-.-. -, 23,
_49Qf 9tion" 1:5, A.l of 24
,,t.- ..... "+ -- I -- -:". -* "
--.-In-Townshipn-. .Nh' RnmO 4 W'est.
------el--Secion .:, All of Sectio.- 390
'Fractional Secti 1': 2:.1, .
On th- 6Sts1 aio.afi M,;.N,,.at- the Coirlt-hito' o
za.k^jo- bunty, the', tfdcf M-ill bu;ot
PO .ffidc saL~e, %, iz
"'.. -.- ,tr i st^W iftiip ..N"4.,.rtti R ,' Itl V,,t.
".i X ^ ^ .;' e;~ *i. S r,L. l,y..V n ..'ni^
-3-4> R %.:
adS.c -2,. W\ NJ
-. ~I 3 0 *I IV oi S,-,t'- -i
^" 'wcii o-S E -.-s . & N \v S 2_
. ton 13 A ll 2i _.-,;,'ri..i, 2 5
-. . Lb Section, 7, A l-l'..i" l -:. "
%VWi ,W,-o E-'i," A[;,! \-- ', '- 27
_-.-iSe 8, All Of-," 2S
ONf IVi b S e- 9, A.ll ,,t "-
.'S i.=yo'-:- ctiorl I ,Ih All ,t" .'',
S"'NW EfcJSE el'.-tr N-., .All.f 31
orf.N I" S. c 1 1, All .,f .d 3-2
...,E~ or Sec!io. I. ",, \II -,r 33
AH -of 1; -17,, -1.A t .I 3 t
AlLdf-= "'y 1 l;- l AU. .-i ,, 3.5
.. o-Wf -" I'->, Al >t 3I
All of 2).
.:-*" :!n:Townqhip 4 North,. I, \\ ., 7 .-If.
., ractional Section 14, I lra.:ti,nail S,:n,'iin *2l
."- --.A tr 6.^ection 2,l, |I
I iTIowhilnii) 3. N,RJ V: AllR V.1'.) k I.I
IP TO-_N,R 11 ,\V,_gl N kr. I S\ %V 1, and E. o
_- 'S E ;^ 5. ,. Alltit 8,ci ,I 4.
T416 f'ije.lind.i, selected f1..,r C'ie Stl.e m itv 'e3ra
; '.a'l.ce and. hying ill a6rfeea'j, nei4'l).,rv I !;i, are
e..' vaie y ilab'Le.- .
N13E w -iOne-f:,urth ca,'i, ani [-r other
#"-re3eT-qrtihs in Lhreie e.] iil a Ii" il ind t 4.Imnts
2""wri ttMreist from the d.,le of1" :3le |>vil.1le an-
.I ritially. iar advanced itli i.-.IrI h.L -I,r t.-) giv-: bomnd
""+:,w'ith approved security; or it" J y .a i r:hvsi-
-.".ahall prnCer up tni, v,'i -1- urc), i, i c l1, a
"discount shall be allowed ofdti', i>r cent on the
credit instal-ments. 7 _
J' JIN 3.\ rkq).,
i. '(.. -R elister of P 'j.l,- L,. i.i 1.. Ir ,f ? .
.._-"*, *.. :, ,St.t,? ,-,f F'I ,r~lt l.
-'. 'Tailaha3. ,Feb. i34,.I 17. rel :3 "1 nITI
-* .. ..^ '*i l .
-'*.'wtat 'init Cait T xCoero"
-a 11Y Vit l.uf' or the pI.,, ; ,, .-, In m, I;, I ,..
-T'tl^ ? "sil'il,-m ths after dail,, [ ; i, ,ll ,>:. ... -- I,, r ..fl.:
'*1f1 6r'e boe"diurct -ol:e., i I C 1A A .-1
i q o L _, r .. 0n l .l! 4 .. C -l u n i t L v t i i a i ,l l \ 'i ; *' I _* : -r b e d
propC~ty,,betoi ,i-ij o t) .t l -% .it l. i .1 1 i,.'
'L) J .)L 1.-! 11 '..1
-.tCirllti ;T, or'.so. inl:!il thi-.'.',t.irn wi'll |) ,n' tie.
pr o. b : d
S ihr', 4,otr Nos 7, .7 ..i-- .' -. t .-;t 1.
: `L'ots 6 and 7'ih Block 17.
.. o- ts';2,3 415, 6, 6, 7., '.,, i I :! ,:' 1^
: '11[:|s+:I 7, _, 1".', 1 1, 1 'J,. I 7, L ,, i .'A i,"'i E2.
j 4; ; 9t*,7;, 13, 149 in 131.).:%; !'2.
-44oin Blook"Q?.
1L'5T3'4,'7, 9, in 1loik 1. -
.-.L.ots.'., 3, 4," 'r-,-.--- I Flt, .' I
.viestlaiJ, 5,6, 7, in Bt 0>., 5..
'Lots l to .10, in Blu,:k l'i
A Yto. 1, 2, 3,-6, 7,-R, 1-, RI Ii Ul ."i l.
Lrts 4, 5, 6, 7, 19,.l i, in .P,| I,:. .
J ots 3,'14;.-5, 6,- in BI N.'< I I
S"-- b" t'l ots-3;A, 51 .'1, 17, i, '> -.", 1 :.
-" -y'ot.3 L l 10, in B icw 'k11.'
-Lots 1,'2, 3, 6, 7,-9, -9, I,.i, ii HI ,ck 3.'.
--Boti 2 t-o lO, in Bock 3 1.
'"" --T; --i,. ,. ; ,-9, 10, in BiI ,c( 15..
,ts- to 19 Bloclk Jl.
Lots 1 to -j, in Bljock Ul.
(Lots 1, 5, 7, 3, Blo.-k i
"JOH.N L t.I'\q, k, !riir,
.. pdl Pv.Oflicio.Tax C.,lleilor I-riixlin Ci.
;i.'lAl...achicola, Noy. 2L. L",l'3. I -,;ln
,' -,.=* "l.'ob lc c :.
,- ,& t Brand. !
4t hall'boxes iMinufjetui'eJ '" W Ih'ir,?e" nrvi,]i.
39 ,'("i; "'J ,. ,t i1 ,'
il'" .- .28 ill- '* \r L'i ul ) V" ."
-(t 2'2" Ib. toxeg *" J \Y .\ ,r..;, a "..
1. .^ Ib-^ L nm ps."
:5"bo.ed -ranufaettiriiJ J \yAI ,r. i" Brandi
.t boxoa ",..' N ipo.
"". .. '-_ J o 's"., Brand'' iM ~n.,lia.'"
., 5 ib,^ .Maniufaetured .. .. Na)O-
i:-/'-.^leords" Birand '"Stra'.vb~r.""
.,410I fal. xe Manufat'utired "l iNapo-
.l^igeot'^'. -,Brand ,[anol iat "
0 l~arMalMitufacttweJ MU-uilrdt Honney Dew
I0 Crates Crockery; 10,0):) Flnrld Sr:air'i
,, 30 dozrleero:4Caps; 60 doz H,,e.<, :tssorted."
.baniain-COarpetin, C-.,tto9 Crt',ts, Tr ice Chains.
Tot sale low to clo^e comfn~i~~meinta, bv
-. ^ L O.CK H-.\4fi & YVO UN G --
-i ~"% .>.3 \;atr -,tree|.

'ERSjWk.Bok ai, h Boak,4, i-.r
j yfi~ifijER, Jlournal B,,,,k., Ai.-
'ty Srea.< .3 sFoolscap an. Letter Paper;-
,/. Cotton Memorandum.Rookt;
Sb ...hip-aad River. BilIs Lading-;
.,1pooks 16or' Lefter PresI.
%<.Htnk Bil, lo el -EK._ .ha. a id Check4,
st_,ceieved and- or sale by
"49 t4 If. I. ARMF.rL.
'.- f;:'-E I. +gPM-I-Ahas.i',,r sale:- ...
&+..+.. "jgflginh. a'ndAmerican Prirt s;
^*'.'^ ,.t.^^'-..Ite and co-SilK Alrac; .-"
2. d-c~ed. an~d Brown D,-_ie"fic+;-o
f *?!eg jerseys and Blankets;
'*qks and .-Linsev \d.)fI-e\-
A- ta Ciheckl. a"nd Flannet+l "
'**- '* ^ f. aird Camnrlc Hardkerchiefs;
-'y>.]-'roiieiy of everv descri pt ion ;
_.-:,'^ftwtBo.ineN and Woolen Hoods; "
'Kid Slippers and \1%alking., Sh.oe,;
-b" o*Cre-i aid Alack Gailer-^B;ts i
ial'f and- 'KipBrogans; -
(Calf, Soal Skin,-Kip and Water Proof Boots;
Fine Silk and'Pur Hats;
S .fine as.ortien.t of-Ready Made Clotlhi n&,
Aride a-large'variety ol Fancy Goods.
,OMfibl&Da, bee. , lS41J.
BfrA Kife Boks, Fine Wr-iting
-. -Paper, &c.
.. Z.EN'RAL'asportment ol Stalionery, con-
-,-j. 1Rti.nof Foolscap and Letler Paper of the
99(^u1a-y ; Blue and White wove (ruled) ex-
"'-_lne Qiiarto and Paoket Post; also a beiuliful
aaitiaent.,of. French Letter Paper, Pens,'&c.
lust received per brig Alabama and for 3ale bv
-. .- -OW-;7 J.IC. ALLEN,
^P" yGH:S,.No. 10 and 11), at Manufacturer's-
f-79Sic 6,.,by --'B. ELLISON & CO.
-^1 g,- ? .. 21 Water street.
-.tfL "

2 Lotsi iuiproved, value,.l at ,$50, purporting tc
b l.lo'ng.t,.I-i A R,ss.
.3 Lots u improved, valued at *5.3, purporlin.
I,., bl-'ng to A lyan.
3 L-)I-S iil'iin rove, I, valued a( $.30, purporting
to br[.:a to WI, inm Row'vlett.
" 3 Lo.ts nuiniproved, valued at $)50, purporting
to b..long to Ree.gaii, Colquit & Grant.
I Lot uLiinprOved, valued at $50), purporting tc
belong to -,obersoi &, Everett.
2 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to, belong to Phineas Randall.
l Lot improved, valued at S50, purporting tc
belong to, George St Clair.
I Lot improved, valued. at $.'50,-purporting to
belong to R II Stewvarl's estle.
LotN u.iiinprjved, valued at $101), purporting to
belong to Haimilton Smith.
I Lot wIimprove,., val.ied at .930, purporting
to belong to George Stewart.
1 Lot nimrnproved, valued at .i.3O, purporting to
be ,i!.( to.) J S,.e-te.'.
I Lot u,,in- prove.], valued at $'21-10, purporting
to belong to W\aller Thompson.
S Lots iinp,:oved, valued at $200, purporting to
behLji- to E J Wood's estate.
-2 L,)tts improved, valued at fp200, purporting to
belonugfo Hez R Wood.
4 L-ts improved, valued at .'-200, purporting to
belong to Carnot Woodruff.
I Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to- h'arlei;Y son.
*2 Lots unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting
to belong to J D.West,-ct.
S-- Lots unimpioved, valued at f.-50, purportingr
to belong to P D Woodruff.
I Lot uninimproved, valuiej at -5,5), purporting 1,-,
belong to WVlla1 V1yjaf.
3 Lots uniniproved, -allied at $'50, purporting
to bzlonlg t.t R ,IV W illhinis.
Lots improtI ed, valued at .1,.50, purporting to
beLong to, J.)hi- D .(G V.l'
.............. .... d e... .. x-op ,p o ax .C _,c,or.
Decein1 er *r- IY"I, 49-61 n
T. ax Collectors Sale.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
sliall on the fir't Mondah in July next, expose bef.-we the Court Hotisedoor, in the coun-
Ay.of Calhoun, the-tbolluwing. described propertV,
or so much thereof as will pay the State and
C,-,.-ity Tax e; due thereon lor the- year 1.546-:-
70) 0.acres third rat.- land, purporting to belong
to John D. Gray---nunbers. n.t known.
., ISAAC J.A-CKSON, Sherifl;
and-exoffieio Tax Collector, C. C.
January .2, 1-I,47. 1-6in
Dr. Townsend's Sairsanlrmillii.
T HIS invaliable and justly eelebralted coin
pound has. been received and for sale bv
D.-.c 213 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist,."
ILaml1p Oil.
" T[NTEP,-STRAINED, a very superior -ar-
ticle, just r,.ceived and t'-r.-sale by
Nov 2.' H. F ABELL, Druggist.
SHEE]'[INGS, Shirtings and Print, by the
baleand case, low I'ur ca'slh, by
Tan -213 *Tl Wrater street.
1WFarl:ia-l is-Ik.
A SUPERIOR articl,-.of Marking Ink, just re-
c -Feb 27 J. C.-ALLEN.


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i~_t.-x 4tv reetori^s Salo-. -I. AMENDMENTS TO-TtlK CONSTITrUTION
I' W"zt -f poNor vested in me by la," I OF THE STATE OF FLOI1DA9
h a-'i~ plJs31'br ale before the Court H,,use I ^, "^ ^
B a..-,",',V;1''r--a6le-or" -e heCL ,- t Ho I e PROPOSED AND AGREED TO BY THK SECOND
-doorJ" ib?6untyql Cahoun, on the first Mon- GENERAL ASSEMBLY; SUBJECT TO THE
day in Jul.ynext, 'rbtel ftowing properly situated I
1.. ,..- .2 .7 .AcrION OF THE NEXT GENERAL
, tin the city o r S t. Joseph-, o6 so m uch th ereof, as ASSE M BLY .
will-pkat ta-ta aCounty'Tax orithe same . J l n -det ..In .lc' so to aeneold the Constitution of this
u!.: "^^ m p? -. valued at- 5130, purporting State as to extend to all free white male in-
" -"-. fftORC Allen s estate, habitants being citizens of the United States,_
W1 flt~mcowoa.alued at,, $O, purpotng w hallae resided qithia this State one
.... *t;t belong, tg0b-ert ;Armstrong,.. year, the elective franchise.
-Lot- unimtrpr1f4 valueded t.-.,purporting QECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
S""to beLong to l?.G "rolt t, House'of Representatives oj the State,of Fla.
3 Lot, impioived', valued at $10, purporting to -ri"a in Geeral ,,se, ,bly contend,. That the
-belon to R-Beyeridge's state.. first clause of the sixth 'article of the Constitution
4. Lbts tin'iprbv~ad, valliua at 550, 'purporting e o a-etded a+ 'e .. ...
Lt iii. "0 be ".U _o ed I asfuloiS. isviz: E~very free white
+to b i-'rt6o A B lackWel l's estate. ),n of the age o twenty-one years and
I L otob n ro ;d-, V alu ed at "0 nrp o rting "to m
,l:,. v -ot. ;, V at ..PJ .- o t upward-;; and who shall be, at thelinieofoffer-
.N.-tyng t o&Gege m ar.C.Ik-. ing to vote, a citizen of' the United States, and-
2-.Lyog.mro':ed,avalued at $ purporting to who shall have resided and had his habitation, \ Lromwdl. ., donieil, home and place of-permanent abode in
I4i Lots, vaLued, at $30,--.purporting' Florida, Ibr one ,ear next preceding the election,
". to belong to J.;N Copeland. at which he shall offer to vote, and who shall, at
3 EQt'unrmnprovyd, valued- at $50, purporting prece-
.... .... such Ihime and for six months immeditaely ee
to 'belong to R K Call:. ding said time, have had his habitation, domici.
31 LDts unimproved, valued at $ 200, par.ptting home and place of per.r- abode, in
:0elg-(o \Wm P Craig., -
to belong ol in whi6ih he may offierlo vote, shall be depaelS
3 L,49- ..uimpro.- valued at $0, purporting a qualified- voter at all elections under this Con-
tsnilr0 ven voaW Coltiue. u stitution andunone others, except in elections by
..L~ts unimproved, valued ut $50, purporting general ticket in the State or District prescribed
-to belong'tb Grant. by law, in which casas, the elector must have
2 L Ats. -i, in proved, valued at..$50, purporting been a resident of the State one year next prece-
tobelbng t,6 Wm-B Davall. ding the election, and six months within the
.,,tfjnrh'D.IV, valued at i.50, purporting election district in which he offers to vote: Pro-
4( (obe[.'nt"D \ Duboi. vided, That no sIlier, seaman or marine in the
.'):Lot-. i,.ruuni.:,;ved, valued _at $50, purporting regular Armv or Navy of the United States, un-
io-b:l.-,hgio;J hn E Daie. s-f ie wti'ea qj ali'ed elector ol this State pre-
2 L,4t3unimproved, valued at .'it), purporting vious -.o his enlistment as-uch soldier, seaman or
tu 'bt,,lir p'r6o John Derrick marine in the Regular Army or Navy of the
)0 's nve %-alli!ed at $1 0(l, purportin.,c Uuited States, or of ilie revenue service, hall be
t.L'b.-ti-rng to John (; v amblda consjlered reident of the State ifi consequence
I U1 -311,. vaieJ at 8i00,_puirpUrlnh i being .,atiw wi hm the same.
to'bel,-,ngi-Q.:_ %_;G b3ol .8etate. Pa sed'Se nate, 'Decenb'ener 1, L946:
2 L.,tsuiiiilproved,...vahledaai ..>, purporting D. Ii. MAYS, President Senate.
*to b_'lo.an6:115 G Greenwood. 1! ARCER, Secretary Senate.
t Lr ir p'proi0;-vaIled at $5), purpri-ting to Pa.s:ad H,,,,e, December 16, 1946.
belong t-,.':faihes Goblin ROREIF r BRO\WN, Speaker Ho. Reps.
6 Lots- lininiprovedl, valued at $50, purporting A. D. PAPY, Clerk.
to, o el..ig t5 Robert Gambile.
2 .LAls imnprove-d, valued at $100, purporltig to ., I anend the Constitution or this Slate
b.,l..,rg to Edward Haedin's estate. so as to ,,ake the sessions of the General .Is-
2 L)'ts ujimproved valued at $..31i, purpoting sembl biennialinstead of annual
to belong t.o S K Hodg-o. S ECTION 1. Be it enafcd by the Senate and'
l Lot it inlproved, valued ar.t.50, purporting S House ot'Representativesofthe StatIofFFj-
tob'longr r,. William Holland. rida, Ii General .1.ssemblu convened, That the
7 Lots .uinimproved,. valued at .$.50, purporting aeconI elarse of'tbe fourth arlicle-of the Conslitu-
tu b t,-l,ng to A K Hill. ti,',, o tlthis State be so amended as'to read as l':,l-
I Lt ninimproved., valued at -45.)1, purporting to lows, viz: "2,-1. The members of the House of
bh-,.ing t.) B S Ha%%ley. Representative -shall be chosen by the qualified
1 L..t u',-.,pruved, valued at $50, purporting to voters, and shall serve lor (he term of two years,
belomg to HBhIniman. from and after the day or the first election under
to2 L,-,tsInnrprtoG-eJ, valued at h o purporting the amended Constitution, and no longer; and
to belong to GU S J'ohnsn. the sessions of the General Assembly shall be
7 Lok improved, r.alued at .$300, purporting to biennial, and commence on the fourth'Monday in
belong to John Jenkins' estate. November, in each and every second year, or at
3 Luts urrniproved, valued at .$,100, purporting such other tines aa, may be prescribed by law.
to belong to Seaborn Jones. : Sc. "2 ) Be i t.f'L. naeted, That the Ihird
1 Lit untfipoved, valued at .$50, purporth a to luse of the l'oirth article of the Constitution be
b h-g to, Jnes &, Bj.. ended s. that the same shall read as follows :
I Lot uinpiuveJ valued at .,, purporting to "3d. That the Representatives shall be cho.en ot
b:l..,ng t,.o J Kinney's estate, the first Jondlay in the month ol'ltober, in each
1 Lot ,nm|.,r,>ved, valued .t .., purporting to and every sepoind year, from awd after the drst
belong to J. P 'okey. _.lectin under this anmended Constituti,-,n, or on
1. L,.t ir|>r,,ved, rallued at f0, pu~rportir g lo such, cther day as may b.e directed-by law.
be l.)igt.- Doct.ij Lang. Sec. 3. Be'it itrtie led, TBeat ihe ifth
1 L.->t m.;,,r>vel, .aludl at ,3L, purporting t,-, chtn of'he ar,-rea article be so anend,-d asto
belong to Abraham Low. read a4 l.-l,)ow-. %iz: The Senators shall ba cho.
L.,t. -.,u1 m;1r,',\e-, valued at 0. 10, pu.rp,:nti,_ ,eu ,. the ,,jluIttied electors, lor the term(of four
1,) b,.l.lgtoP L thr.p.. l,',ir-, at the siu e time, in thesame mannerand
l L.,t ii:,r.r,.veJ val-d at :.., purporting to r, the s-ate pl ace where-,hey vote for members
belng to C, .McEhran. ,:,fthe H,.,nie ofr Representatives; and no person
9 L)t. n',i,npr.,ve,, value, at $51), purporting shall be a Senator unless he be a white man, a
t,:, belqugt.\\ Wir P Malone. ,,iizen ufll.e United States, and shall have been
I Lot niiin',>r.5 ed, vali?d at .$501, purporting to an inliabitr:,1t ol this State for two years next pre.
t-log.'tTorhnma ,More. ce,.ing his el-ction, and the la.t year a resident
1 L,.t ifniprovy, ,.valu,?i at 5i, purporting to t:f hIe district or c ount- t-r which he alall be
-el,.,n to- D,,iel .Mur. 'chosen, a:id shall have attained the age of twenty-
1 Lr unhinfr.,w.-,t, valued at .$51, purporting to Vi-eyars.
belong .t,. J Sc. 4. Be it further enacted, That the sixth
1 Lot iiirovet, valed at ,[0a.), purportLng to .2pijoftile aloresaid article be so amended as to
b.-L.,g to WVn Piti'k r?].l a-, follo,v% vviz. The classification of Sena-
2 L.:tsi.1,impl',,ved, valued at $.510, purporting t,r, a- ,rrade at the first session of the General
.h. .( Poe-+-c ..... .. \ -enrblY held in the ye.r IS4.,, shall continue
"2 Lots u',iniprove.I, -valued at J*-1), purporting' unrchan.ed ; one hall'of'whom, as nearly as possi-
tho belon t. 7 J 1.d e Pope. ble, ,1.-dl, be chosen forever hereafler ennially
I Lot improved, val'ipt at .$51, purporting to (or the term ol four years: Provided, however,
belong to Win D Piie. and it is herebv declared, that tie term of office
-2 Losiin!pr,-,ved, valued at .$1110, purpor-ting to ,ftIF,tat clas ,r Senalors unexpired at the irst
b el ,,g to-lsiac R o b in io n e lect io n un d ,'r th o af o n ex p i e da, t-; ..;. .K1i I

nllrmfinfiatrators^" tftio. ...Via :owa
N OTICE.-Six monlhs'after publication J It franklin Circui1 Court. '" !1t
'this notice, application will be made to-the D. K. Dodge, ) & --ji
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for a va." IN AC iOXY..' ,. = [ ,,.
final settlement of the administration of the es- JamesC. Wats,n, etM. S '- "l ,itl_.
tale of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said D.-K. Dodge, ". W
county. ..LIZA SPEARS, t,. ,;. .- -'"8at or Partliomr. -.. s-.,
February 14, 1857. 5-6m Administratrix. D. M'cDoupald, eK-al. I.*.,
JOTIOE.-Six monts-after date, I will apuI EORGE W. ROSS having filed a petition on American I.N
:.'tkTTITZ.-Sx mnlls'alelrdae, wllal'y U the 22d -ApriL, 1846i, praying to have a-,W.- en-
N to the Hon. Probate,Ccurt of -Franklin tain amount of money njw in Ceurt, belongig'-, sr:
C county for a final, d~ishage from the adminis- defendants, appropriated to the pay'mnt o[ f 'C., ..
troiion o1f]he esie of John C. Perkins, late
aitl county, a(Zc,d esa h onelradlctro add
Sq'A .S Cko l FODX 1 Ad mn't. ,fendants; and the matter having been'ref .e t ... .......
Al Spcial Master in Caancery to atan'e-- '"
h ,. ,. ; port. ftpm the-.ame, after bripg given 30. a's F.,- T '..
notice by, ptblicalion Hi the papers. It is there- F A .. ...
PRINTS OlVLII. fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the d fa- ApriahncoiiW..- NO,
SPRING STYL-ES, 1"847. dants Watson; McDo'ngald, et. al.-, and ali others ", "- "
LEE & BKEWSTE 9B, interested, In appear before i tue ci'ty of.. 11)Tt
Apalachicola onffi seventh (7th) of April next, .'.
44 CEDAR- STREET,, N. YORK, then and there to present or detend their. respiec- ^S ,lfY _;"".d^ E
Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that Live claims, &c. '"-y .eltnl
they have received-, and are now exhibiting, at CARRA*AVg SMITH, ..- .. .Li
- the Warehouse ezclmively for Printed Calicoes, Special Ma00 in Chancery.
. "OO C40 -ASB Apalachicola, March 6, 1i7,'--0-S ._*oter"g
Comprising all the t hi o
-New Spring Sole% In Chancery ---Circipit todri 1W tlbb i we b
Of British.. Frenfhand merilra n Jf a ufdlw,; *- Jacks on Coulity. cA- aa ^&a F
which, ip addition to their iusual stock, rendne, AlCtan tlHSimmoA,7 ". '...... ^ .
their assortmernt" one of the most beautiful and vs. Bill to enforce veadn" Affe'Jg r,'-^
attractive in the city; and having just been pun. William McDaniel, and f' li n-nland. ..-. .-,'
ChBsed for Benjamin F. Newsom. ""
CASH- AND SHORT CRE)IT, TT appeartnf to thb batisfaction of the Court that
Are offered by the piece or package on'the same 1 Benjamin P6 Newsoan a defendant in this bill, 7iiK 7A R F1 A
terms, at and below manufacturer's prices, is a resident of ihe Uniled Skates, but a non-resi- 1 -9
Catal,,gues of prices .(corrected daily,) are dent of the State of Florida. It is ordered, and CORI AL
placed in-t he hands of buyers. (he said defendant is hereby-req'uired to Appear L
Purchasers will inform themselves 6f the state and-answer; otherwise the complainant's bill shall Af 41_
of (he market, and bp well repaid lor au examina- be taken pro confess. *..,TL U s.a
lion, even if they do not purchase. GEORGE S. HAW'KINS-' *-.
L. & B. have peculiar ailvantages for executing Judge of the Western Circuit of Florila.- -" .. ..
orders for Prints, which are respectfully tolieited.-t hdoa-y the {he bevis a (nte copy from tha ICi r ti'e bt |
L-EEf, BREWSTER, original order filed inmy office. Giren under 0LAJ tes and hertvi,6r'-
January 9, 1gS'7.' 44 Cedar Sixeet. my hand and seal of office, this 27th day -tf Janr- DiarrhailiA 3 O.:
uary, A D. 1847. Jency, Ac.- l hbt a
B E IllSOn & C o. r,72 4 W a ter str 'eel. N ATHAN S. W ATSON Clerk. b ee lM --' 4 t s,- LESK
SHIP CHANDLERY. February 27, 1847. 7:41 n / .--= -
MVTANILLA and Hemp Cordage or-'all sizes, S r Tarran Vs'*P ..0" .d-'
11. Hambroline, Wormline. Marline, Spun- In Chancery-F-- ralklin Circuit. Cuieriitilli
yarn, Oak,,m, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive C12lOt. " llls Ir
do, Linseed do,, Boiled do, Spirits Tur- Marv Forington, by her next ) -' ^SSSSS -" ,fi '?
p-fime Pains, 'dow Glass. Putty, White friend Hezekiah R. Wood, l Bill fo Dor rdi
Lead, Red do, \pllow Ochre, Chrome Green, Bil for Divorce. -". em-n'torr
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver- William I,. Fan ifL. !s n rertr
dignr. Liihtrage, Sul|.hur. Bright Varnish, Copal W.... "",
do, Tar, Rosin, Pitch. Turpentine, Goal, Pain t IN this'cause it appearing to the Court, by affi- lo ,M o, it val"
Brushes. \Varnish do, Tardo, Scrub do. Clamp do, L davit.of Complainant duly made, that the de- Bi BB ared ,irhr
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting. Russia Duck. Eng. pendant William E. Farrington resides in the p fllaa'- oftbhf:r e,
lish do, Cotion do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do, U'nited Slates but without ihe State bf Florida: M" MPHB-ltiidp"-j-i,
Whie, Blue and Red Bunting, Nail, Copper do. It is therefore ordered that publicalloh be made upo n ,,6ci ^i
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, 'crew,, according to law, for three months in somfie news- Z -- irsfeso,,
J a ck Sc re w s:, A n c h o rs. H a nd sp ik es, C a psta in pa p er ubl s"ed w"t i" "i s "rc...... ...n(h
p per publtveshtnks^ndSl wilhin thi Cicuit, dlrecling lhe bB^i^d,,
Bars, Oars, B~lock~s, Shires, Jib Hanks, Handsaddfedagoap ra heSinTr o iill'., a_.
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms, aid defedant to appr athe Spring Term of that- -9- 600.b
Corn do, (_aulkin Mallet-, SarniigdoAxe?,Axe 'e trcuit Gourt, to be holden in the county of .h16 remedies would la ^
Ielves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do, Franklin, and answer the .said Bill ot Uhe same speedy..and considerab1..ef.ic.% i
Can do. Cotton do, Boal do, PFih do. Caulking may betaken as confessed against Ii...... .let d f l'-:
Irons, Makiiig Irons, larline S,,ikes, Ship Scra- GEO. NVV.' IAI._EA, Judge.- *Aiose M3 A .pi'e
p,-rs, Bung. ippers. Cook's Ladles, Tormentors, A Copnv "6 -" .. a Ky.,l'^ :, r '-n'-| -
Diiders, Compares, Sail Needles, Sail Twine, W- ...... ... r
Seine do, Swing do ,. Palms.H, hel-gign Leather, December 31, 1846. ianl6 1-3m D- .: : ... --:--
Pump do. Shovels?, Hammners. Hatchiets.Chisels, "cme l 86 al -ro, .." .
Augurs, Planes, Hairdsaws, -imbleIs. Handsaw' WtNJE. i' -
File+s, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares. Curpboard Locks, In Jackson Circuit Court. 5 .--, --.... : --**.
Sock do, Hooks and Staples,.Hinges. Padlocks, SPRING TE RM, t1-47. ......
Wood Saws, Pendant Hauhlyards, land Lines' Etheldred Philips,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep- vs. AttavhMent for $120'-00. __ naff
Si'a do, Sheet do, B. ir do. Funnel!, Lanithorns, Richard Tripp.
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Ln, Books Cal,,- ,d?, rPHE defend~irit and all 6t-hers intererted,-will"
B" la..ilg 1Pins. Tin Ware, Crocker.v', Carpenter a s take notice of the institution of'this sui:t by-'
Tools. Sa-imso Pota s, -c, _-c. Attachment, returnable to the'._.'I term of the' ""
Circuit Court for Jackson- ciEy, and appear "
ir'oceries amid Ship Stores. and plead to he declaration filed;in saJd cause.
RIO C1OFFEE, Java do, Sit.Domingo do, M : A. H. BUSH, Pfl's Afl'y.
No-,rthern Flonr, Wesfern do; N 0 Sugar, Maranr, Jan. 14, lS47. jan23 2-3m-
S t. C ro ix do Porto R ico do, I roung H vson T ea, .. "
Hyson do, Powehong do, Sotchong no, Go&hen Diru,- Mledicines, &-c. AkN A-D'- A N N.- l J
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams. Sides, Shoul- A LARRG and fresh supply of Drugs, Med'i- .-The remedy.lo. w-ic, he'1oi_ !
ders, NMomlassez; Whisk.pvess and Prime Beef' A cines, &c. consisling in part of the fbul-ow-tlon of lpubhc,-is one'-whi_. .
les and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon' g aces:-- do Castor O and hf ce ful 'tongti n t -U
Herring S oundi and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues, ,, bV... ,, .. .. .. .. .
Pepper", Spiles, Ca"stips, Pepper Sauce, Ov p~i 5 bxs Houck's Panacea, 10 bs Olive Oil, no.d^^ ^ alI1ho0avetr^'0.1
Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy ,40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbis Copperas; ID Ib..s 'E1UPPI0R&to any 1hermiedfiie.e
Bread, Pilot dn, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits, Gum Opium; 20 Ibs Sulphate Quinine; 20 dez in diseaps for.wiinch jti rernome
Beans?, S-dl, aisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli. Ar- London Mustanl; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs onl.y _ei. W-OR.M'AN J IM
row Root, Corni, Oats, Buckwhe-tl, Nluslard, Rice. Nutmegs; l.$'bxs Starch; 20 bx.4 Lemon y n-TOHE 436LE--S8Y-SfT ", Affi
For eale by B. E:LLISON & CGO. 10) kegs PearLwh ; 2 gross ,ei'dletz and Sodaia e m e t~ h~eru'perafAW,,' hie
JaP Wa ers powders; Ibs oglisCalumet;20doS
Turpentine, and a general assortment of al,-rti- BOW .FI...-V .'CHI:,
B VOOTnS, Shoes and Buskins; ythcse les in the-Drug line, for Gotfilry Merchantsmore n b. __est ..n.W 'I'e
JJ V~mn'sShos ad Bskis; : Planters and" Ph-siciafis.' For sale by _r et .'-W'l ,orni ts-
Mlen's, Boys and Y'outh's Brogan;-a. .and by ren`hgie- 311'
March H., F. A^ B^^ 91, L m ^? it,
.... ,nfriac sew'd Broga ns; remain in ffe" bd6' .- IC-ishrJaf-ifs
Men's pegged Boots; A CARD. nlhe sys.en- -'-ea :h'--
fir, r-sewed Boots; li T SEYMOUR takes this method -of iaform- -.8 'al w 'vys imr .,s r," ea
Russet Brogans. For salehy N o P. ing. the citizens of Apalachicola and Is aISrediscoveried. .. : .."-'
B. ELLISON & 1170., vicinity that he has removed down on the corne~r- The-.-Canadia 'rn, yg..pif'lj
Jan 2324 W'ater street., of Water and Centre stre.ts, and feeling thank- btfle nnd. -is uei-m.. W',"
T a rran ta lE ff erv ercen t Selt ler K .....t .-de... --.'.-h... .
"TEALTH REN+E\ED, and an invigorated sis^.tin nIat as flo s: c', or 'ODS -*" .* ... J-1=.
J and healthful condition of body produced Clothsad assmr variusltyws. '_ : ^. "
bv the use of TARRANT'S EFFERV'ESCENT Fltsancy Pr sint rs, varoussy. do,"I',h : .-e it
S'ELTZER APERIENT. Alaanc Pusrents do .o.Fiur d. T C-.a CI "^~f
This preparation is universally allowed to be S, Cr lk, Gr de Ryne.ed ,M ) lr .W^f -I-J ;-2
Ihe mosl popular remedy of Ihe present day, for do. Motel .,-,. ni -''-tEON-
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious : do.atin Slriped .... ., ^le fpiti r ,Blii]h~ lftc ieTf
and Liver Complainls, Nervous Weakness, Head- Fanc Cas p nherRobes -*. -tym of looa;e ^hi oop..lii
aceTravellerHar1unand residentshbua CoieeSin warm climales&C will do arno do. -' -.Ti, .y < saeaf~-
find it a desirable article ;-'it_ tprevenlsany accu- M us ns Indi oo k T sad* t0.-"-- "on .h.s a dem a sl i-tha -i
mulalion eo" bile, is portable, and the method el do. llSt'- s Lc and' Cok re sada e.rTeiaum^ un
preparation is unusually convenient. Children Edging^s, Lse, and Thkread. cone. -'-t"^ ".a^ .^ .......
have Ire,:ueni" occasion tor gentle and cooling Shawl,)m^ Silk FatL se-a yeT i
purgatives; Ihey wilL take'this aperient in pre- do. Mr ino. ")*me inlk uFd>i Gepan yds a,.hre-ta' medi
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail^ b0 do Plaid Wol v yn~ue- anada s hcnered.aa e^
Nov 5. .J. C. ALLEN,: Druggist, &c. Kid, "Lac andSil G^e.. .. ;y o,:n iisrcn'drt
Tuskid-aean d G ipe Glonvels, ;^ n-ut fasto sces hc^ al t pulmon ary dSl
GREEN & CONNERY, No. 36, Water street, 'lR ibby ons nal eiti., '.-: ...liioY, .auces .twh~iy -b'als. -.mtetid^
.Thave i'ut received and onfer for sale Brw S hirting 6118-, "/-8 4.1'i 3- -ey.. an i "e y', BB'<"lwnti t|i
13.5 sacks Green Rio Coffeee, (new crop;) ._ leahedd0.7-8,34,4.., |-4, l.4 o- it',iv..' fld^.
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour ; Bl nketc 6-d and 78' -4 "-4 "0''14 ^&f^ Ci''flbh
i0m hoxes while, pale and brown Soap; _"'11n CaOpet Bags. + '- "- n_ 6fe~o^ ^
5 hhds N. O. Sutgar; 5 do'Musc-ovado do; Hals Band Caps a *^^tyles.
20 ca-skls Bacon Sides and Shoulders:". -t ,- nd ap, al.sye. .:- "-^^f~ff.n~ua....a~

5 H s;Boots. and Shoes.. ', "
Ham ; -' :Clothintg of A ikin els. 4 r.:+i :~ s .j'l- hmg e
20 barrels Clarified Supar ; '**Cltngoalkns. -, '"*aOtir '-hehf-s~e. -,
21 _-Udf i WE Ue th d_:s
10 barrels Cl.arifiedo- Su-~ar; 'Also, a neat Jlittle ass-ortiment o.C;Jewhjel aud-eaitemear -when ayesjvts-
111 boxes L,:,af dl'; m':'=" .qem.L.
5,0 '" Sperm Candlles; manyother articles too numerous "to mentin; i.-.,)1, etss and pain. a, nd spepdi'" "
'51) barrels Np E Rum; Call .nd examine for.yourselves. .? or~andela'setv
: : "N. 8EY OJ. A. oq ,,0ae_.d
101 White's BaflinoreGin; 1, N EMU, ^^ d ajkt sold,.^osge
10 Do)es Band e; Apalachicola, Nor%, 1`4, IS46. ".J I.WIN," & ;C.-
10 .Domestic Brandy;"% 'i oie roprietor- Gr.- -..
l0 N O. Mol.asses;' i0\ HHDS St. Croix.Sugar- "'" '
51) boxesEnglish Dairy-,hecsel IV o^-ey -Ne -leani ar, arrive -'^!r
51) pieces Kentucky Bagging; 100 sacks Rio Conlee; 56 do, Java ; -'*-i .... ^JF^
?0 coils Rope; 40.bxs Aromatic,,,acco; e
1, aes A iic~int M\ats; + 51) Mnf'd do. Browvn's; and tbabb,,'s -'."*
.Sl) bxs and hlf.bxs.(new crop) Mal. Raisins; *. 20 pm s browSoap. a
U Lemorns; 100 bagssShot; 50 kegs Powder;' -
7. Mqnulactlired Tobacco; 2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil; oo. alpa or l:-an ^ f
*25 casesassorted Pickles; o'20 kes Whi-te Lead No. n -T-A'4_rqOrf S,
d N x tra an d P-ure%,. & t '- _. .2.x -
30 barrels Mackerel, Nos -2 and 3 ; For sale by WM. G; PORTER &-0 : i:9et IO 0'S_. ,ele^^
s doo Dee 41 Water street. eiu. ....o
20 boxes assorted.,Svrp'; t a t 375 l
:20 ,.heian, dGoxes Gunpowder and Hy- Segartfcri^e. .. .. I . etu er Ws
s~nT,.3s;4,0 (l00 EU"ARS, Assor-ted Preserves, and has b eftrj-fo' ~i uee
hat'"uiestsand~oxTeas;O~d C,:,nac /- U 0900-J^ Srups, Chocolate, Guava Jell-y, iparalleletd'succeg'-"^^"^
1).2 1 clestl a, dboxes, PowchondTeas; Mrrnelade, Cordiais and Pine Apples, just- .re- Tayl7rs :mehiie .in. i
1 kreamae ceived rfomn Havana. per schr Joshua Bate ard our^ wlich i'%v m yverv
110 b a s k e ts I L -re id -iie c k C h a trp a g n e ; -fo r sa f ele iv or -c a s h b ;,'"s L...
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes; '.I. -'-. EDW3_RD ,UL C, t ke :".l",c t r dan
_---A R c Ca Le r s 'tret. ... 6 a' b r i n ga l i i
2.5 bbIs Pilot.and Navy Bread; ach^ "_n tce a( n ri ng'jtew.uid-aif
3 tierces rnew Rice; -Vater street. Wea al'whom e
eto U,-6
*21.) kegs and qiiarters-new.BnckwheaSt; A _,"Sailulaker'S TWiOT, c.?i t i e f.
V Frankh]n W k's %.
'21-10 bushels North'er-Oatz. -U. ..I B E (or sewVing sacl q"-ais &e., fnr aale- L: "-iT .... *^
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, ..1546. .. by [rarch .D B. WOOD CO. 't'hip"" "-Thefora,-ae-IOU
Y [arc.1-], B WOD C..
*> -*-*''--^r__ 76rlunOgs, are pasjtcoine 7or AW(Afc
Bag'ting aud Rope. IlWhite Pin e Lei mber For Sale. J. C. ALL T.-i--
in .-PCS -Kentucky Bagging; Of t- ^ FEET White-Pife -Lumber;. _.'i. "---'**:
1UU';-:1t00-coils Rope; "< .^^, \ 7.V..09i just received per ,schooner CAUTION-The--:ge
-.. 4 bales Bzin Twi,,e,.forsarte by Hunter, from3.ath, Maine. BALSAMOF or Lv'RNWOIr;, h
.'. W.M. G PORTER _-09." IanI 7" ; "- CHAS ROGERS & CO. splendid stWel-plate er' r4in
Dec.5 *-, 41 Wa _r-ept. ... ... -terfeitt signed by Gnrdo J,'i
--T v ... "I 11..' .. ... '* Frenich Potatoes. -rvjle anddangerovs.gmnitationfe^.
.CH.AR K~iti,_ MIs and Cauldrons, a large Knn HAMPERS in-fne order, just received cautionedd not'=apw-hse^ l
k. asrtment, most aiprc, ed patterr,,f, r6r Jle .U0. _andtor-ale-by protected byvthe LT.-'Cop. .
Jan 23 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO6 Feq 20_ .- : W. STONE &, C0, March'21 l$ 61- y' "
:E. __ "-* . -i -. :' -."

extend to, and expire on, the first Monday in
October, eighteen hundred and fifly.
Se,?. 5. Be it further enacted, That the first
election lor As-en-,blymen, under this amnended
C.isiituti,,n,sh-ll take place on the first Monday
in October, eighteen hundred and forty-eight';
and the first session of the General Assembly, un-
der this amended Constitution, shall commence on
the fourth Monday in November, in the year
eighteen hundred and forty-eight.
Passed Senate, December 22, 1846.
D. H. M'AYSS, President of Senate.
H. ARcHER, Secretary of Senate.
Passed House of Reps., Dec. 29, 1846.
ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps.
M. D. PAP,, Clerk House Reps.
March 13, I.47. 9-6m


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Dry Goods.
HE sub..cribers otler lor sale a large and sea-
T .iuble sto.:l of Dry Goods, consii'tt-g in
part of
Negro Kers-esv an.] Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs.
Duffil Blankets, S, 9 and 10-qrs.
Demims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Ctton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and C,,tton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirling and Sheeting, $
Bleached Cuiton Shirtin% and Sheeting',
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plju and twilled Ginghaams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecoise,
Extra super Muslin de L.aine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
-Black Silk Cravals and lanv~tkls,
Super Eng-lish a-nd-Pong'ee kilk Hklis,
English and American Cotton Hkls,
SMadras.and Ver6na head Hkfs,
ILadies"'Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-'hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd SXiss and checked Auslins,
Jaconet and Canmhric Mus',ins,
Needle5, Pin.;, Tape. &c. &c.
Which have been: .elected with great care in
New York and B,,ston, from Irr,]orter.sard Agenis
of Manufai'turer-3, at the liwcit market raleQ,-and
are-niw.ofe red at whlsiile retaill on favorable
ternsiby WM. G. PO.RTER & Cn.
Dec. .5, 1-.1ln. 41 .WMter stieet.


Florida Molissei.s.
N tierces and barrels, for dale b ;v
B:; ELLIS.96N & CO.
Feb 20 24 Water street.

On$. Ci6-tnsigaeiibealt.,
OH BOXES Troy )Sap;
"O8 /.20 London Club Champaisne;
2-1') boxes. Florida Leaf Tobicc,;
For sale Ely B. S. HAWLEY,
Dec 5 2" \Vler street. -

Piragging and Rope.
t^y'] PCS Bagging,: 31) col-, Rope, for sale-b
Nov. 14 5J Water street.


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'^a4j0ty^^ t.i y Blhzell'sB3ii~ings, corner "o
**-sa;**-- f~msiaecs ndChestwjt streets.

.. ^''' ai+Tro-, .--Three" Dollars per annum,
.+ 4- n.n'` rl-i-e,+ or 43.50 if paid within six
S, ..% t+-,s~p-..:+08 -if paidthereafter.
*tvantaken for a less term than six
-..a 492ir'^ wil invariably be charged for
,j- ,itet oi r lio paper #,rill be disconatnued until
I&Marre_ sare paid,, the doorid of the
.''^^^r&'^T~i~-aN vi-dNequare; (twelve fi'eq
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'< -4-th~t;: arid 'Fifty Cents for every ste-
.t _". Yiferit 4tsertion. v -
4t-+lo. a-+sIQ'B who a.,' ri e b6 'the year a I lieral
-.',/ ."ttrill- bnade; bdt dU adve nisements not
.- AM..psreflwinaS to fheir own, hb.RIs, as well
E-alt Ital ad- erti em, will
h;& B ca -iieat he ia~ites. -
'i ',*- :q" legal"';a~le'r'lisdmnt3'mujst b paid for
J l a meva ne. pa.- '
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S. _p andidates fqr".otce.
"'"' All adver('mbn-ts from a distance must
tie eonianie!,Y.%Vith the cath, or'city reference,
: bnquire insertion. '
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,C. N I .I S S I 0 N lr-an F U R I .\ R D I -N G
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N.. .53 \\jter .trvet,
nov t Apil.p a,-hic,,la, Fla
A : "LYS'VY-W LiC, r A. McKENzI-.
"*Wyiie a& lcKenzie,
'"' C0_ t .t 1 l-, N MERCHANTS,
.N'.. 4"2 Water street,
gen. l"134- F
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+.-,: AND GENBF[Ah. AGEN 1,
L EF,%A. ULA, ALA. -
"-ti Cotiton bou-ht on Ornlir..
Rinfers to
'F-. l<.bEV, Nc 'N Orleans.
Gi'. t. Du.aNLp,-S
Messr. WV Ltr. &, McKr.vzim,.) Ap,,.iichie,,la.
J..S. Ho^r^caiNs'N), )
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X' -ii-i, -XIN. D R E r -kIL G(3,ROCER,
; [i,_'riie-.H 1'r-,tt .:itn i i>tid to ;,.ttii's upi t'an ly,
<_+..- ., ,.,. .teux ,JITr >->It IL I I ^ip store-'=.
"irk .- .. -' ._ ".N o. Vi '.V .ter street,
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A -.L A L I... V D R f- I"L ,
03.. IS [N D3tlJI ;, M DI'CINE5, PA-INTS,
^ ,[.FL+S, GL &.': .
Al + -, n.a-1 ++a*-11t m,_rit 01l St ilatiner.
.+. C ,r. .. leasi'J,+H and W ater streets
_A 1l __ A n)ll~fi. ,l aI-'l- .-
0. D, Darde719
S- -.- No. 2 Columbus- Butldinge,
Dec, 21, U5.. Apalichicola. Fa.
Beiil-.| *!l'n $Slte-r,
N,). 4J Water street-Up staird,
nec. 1. 13.15. Apalachicol., Fla.
Ls. Fred, IE. D!!ga,
MNEI F It 1 A N T,
N o. "2 C( l._,lui,'b'j.i Bl.'ck;
*" "*t +i I S 1 .S .- A .) wii h] ,:,la Pt. .
A. iAmRTi ")D,) D C HK x R LT-.S Pn.Tr.
-B":::. Do il-G & Pr'.tt,
im[,p_- .)N.\nS5cLON MERCHANTS,
No. 41) Vater.Streelt,
"' Ns.,v o'... .... abchieola, F ..
-" ail 'lt.iTalor,
Nu. '22 Water-street,
-.... sfept-r i v '- A p fla c-hie-.^ .
S '' JFrancis Kopanan,
" Wl't-.l(lF.S L K IND RFraLi. DE.ALFR IN
DRY-G,3JU'-. BO)r) S 14E.;, AT A NE
,octJ C heOn tt-Stre,.-, A.-)Iachienla, Fla..
'H. R., Woom
,,.-- Woo.4 &, Co.
,. I*I ^ M I E R C A N I T S ,
'*-. .-..: . No, *3 Col-mbus. Building,
"-.,0t. 31[. .' .4pMlchicnla
,+ --. le -Titi ia su l i & "Co .,
*- *:.. --O +' gI 3S 10 N -M E R. G <[-UA N T S ,
"" : .. No. 45-%rater Street,
p ..t.;. 2it A pala ehieota. Fa.
.... _.. Cooke 9et Morue,
.... .;:. No. 13, St Charles Streel,
.. _- New-Orledns .
.J.._LA- -S.6 COC.90KE. AMtOS H'oR.N..
--'5 <.. C. Allen,
-* +" -" 'Wholsale and etail Dealer in
','GiLA^S, BRU.SHES, &:c., &c.
+ J! general assortmen! of"
"".:" ;or. of Ghesnut & Commerce streetss,
-- ori ;-p .' p",talaehtola, la.

.. o r.0 : ...... S. fl iawey,
l-==- .. ,No. 2S Water street,
J). ... Apalachicola Fa.
.PT^ \' Av-emy,
-fiGBg-c-(: .. _',* No. 43'w aterstreet.
+>Vipe '-' .-+Apalachicola, Fa.
.-_. _ ?E I^ P..4+ -_ DANIEL J. DAY.
:- '1. +.\ :,.. '.A.Df y & -Co.,
.:^ -"'- No. 52 Water street,
.:. -.- ..:" Apal-achicola, Fa.
,.A -:. -. 'y.; As-ens tfor Hihe "-E tna"Inurance.Oo.
;" '""tecfion Insuratce' Co." and The Haar
'+f" .aa"ace Co.',-Hartfdrd onn.
"" :" m II. -a J. Il. HIull
- -- ;^ '" .-*+- o. 4S- W' itlc r a lre e t, -
*.. "_ .-.Dec 1itALACHICOL.%, FA

lii lr j oref~t l+telsi01nal "V|f r,. great fral, e$i,"dn[0d; l'#i',iiAil"_ %r, "''
I likewise Marfcy ths srrepa(ts,-4l ,. *4;1a 1 S& po%* l? +=,^,,,+,,o,.,,,,.,+^, wo. 'M. TDN Y gR ENM.D +-IE BIf1.,. Now 11itchie, astrusneid lhe' --Falller," fever, .~ml~l~l.I
B ,ENJAMINELLISON. NVebLr^n A.WOOD. W9. AsDNEY a ctUN, maB., an a- d .I.m,,and ull waseeklra cdbiW .f
B .- E li|1o96 lk & C o.9 "goin almar/nnifa.y p lo sV44 *61f. n m n ;i f ''i
CO MMISSION ERCHANTS, .Sff Mf ay bL found at his residence, cqtner o Wnbse tones no more Fhear of;allmatrnet of yyp0ir i f/B 1eV land mind,.sreBbie ,p t iW ohit 'l fet'^
AND DEALE'RS IN Cpnte' andf High streets, opposite theTansi6i' Wh7o round the hearih-stone asedo l tod<<, .ierve.t'diIigenlly h~i.fafrJer, .t dew^ia+ild tormeteiou~ kl. btrfri f i ," e
DRY GOODS, G-;ROCERIES, HARDWARe; House. Nov S. _Aftertheevening praye- 'be 'eptst. eahlilylat ltf +mbcmlktr g, ie."-'^ BgB f.b^'
.DR T GN OOABD OTS, SH EGS;" And speak of what the pages said,. i s
STIN WARF, HOTSc?^!' SHES ATS. A.l if^amH n y ^ ta'id. unta him, .-V^y;; wune- sensa,6iii .. ..
CAPS, CROCKERBY, SHIP W. ,A. IC CkILP1211111, In tooaes my-'heart would thriff?.!,au hd nohm+ Wh,.!'t:P t-sna '; li :
rt ...+,,1 n.,o,,.o # H,.e .."Theli'they are with the silent dead, A" e0o f my odti+kne td oam. 77 Ai r0, Zl
-CHANDLERY, &6:; i~ dffice over 1:6 Drug Store of b. S. Htawiey, fti" ^ ^ Lre^6^^ heyd Aneord' ^ a~ s om? A e1 n ~ alfrb ^^
.24 W a te r i are e t. .' (e n -aoC e o n C he s t flu t s tre e t.) R e s id e n c e s th e 1 7 liv in g s till. n o t a l th e p e o p le a s g ra w .t e i g Ih t t re s, .: f
Ja" 23 Apalaeheola, Fa. fouse lately ocqdipied by Dr: Oilzell. ; N' 'o 'M'fi er read (hia H-OyBgok, Jo!her. let a. la^,jbe ion Ihe a.he it-
Bell f udalrlod,; January 10, 1846: 21:1V f r broiefra; sister 'e ; -.,* 'tea as.cofeeso a0all b4!l, odJM be IN- -- ,lerable, aria ,lrtte.
IMPORTERS, MERCHANTS, AND ....... "per -", ths
-A.A .,,, .,4,, ,,+.i ,om r. p+++
COMNMISSION AGENTS iro ohf; i f db Aut"b ippaofnr re.W"
`Tan 23 BAINBIDG, aD O RG}Im^ A T R E"AND:W IAT LAWwi r adj6 e, e i I we' u .yq. : ..e.,_ ,:2 ,.'_'''% ,. .' i ~r;"i~i
Offes his derv.icestb the pub lc-Il efthet of thhat thr ing m ; e gaxd .. ... -.- hi,; e,*+. o ..<
Z. J. 111atl~in, dicactesbmeW
FACTOR AND C4 4MIVs4 MR R d p ; FnIdthose day's-.... L w.i was bfl, l. '. Iti thoe d thp- eZac ah wards "r,-she ie
FAGTORAND ~ diuBulins, ile will practice reguarqy io -aiirun, Cal= ..I wiea. . ."..
''" Office, No. 6 Cotda1ilus Buildings, ... ...". ". hbruest frieaf ,.d ma ever aew.'Jo.e l.tte. roei hiosn flipiS,.a -ilt was longer,l0f11 I.Ie ijLe j g f
Jan Thi .... Analaehicola. Ea.- a. i.ny constancy I've tried; no' .ed abroad through all the iland. .*And him. TJLi~ij-:h&^8^r*A^JW'B ort ,.
ja Iamhcl.F .- aspeciaf~retafier,'Vct as Counsel, in any tCourtt w "" ''+ "
Whem al l.w C ... .. ...rerrcl ere false Ive found theeltrue, the tbing -ro led the ki gi h^ ^ plwopId.-which -
A. I~~ldWM ; Allen & Cd;, ote m i o e~r +ic i, m il l ,MY-o nelo r ...... "" "- :a- 'laid WOOL" u ." '.e d ..'.. o :i!_
JEALEI lS L H A.RDWARE..AND SHIP argue cases in the Court of Appeal~at Tallahas- The ii es.' aon. nde re aives khave .l." cha but,h fS red .oeeds.% 'j r ards V a ^ ^^e
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL. NAILS, see, the sessions of which, he will aLways be .< at could this vohlme buy ; .hepeople;,for a l, 4h peo, ph..-Ioe&Z ..a^ aw 11itw 16o t rave-n-.*B.,&__,.
SPTKES, AND CASTINGS, presen( at, unless prevented byaccident. s nr .r .L^., .. mo-- J aI .flWt^-Ao- W.&B 4"_., '.""^e..b^-fra** rBl
'A nd 3lrfisit .ar ct rers .cf Tin- .iro n, a nd C Apa a< hicd S pIar-,er --.---- --- :.--- -'.L ^ ugh n hodt, e --"- n rh."^,;.'l 8 I .
-..-'_. It~~es'.- . ,,- -- _r + -i ier sliould wpie to li^ yf ,lor.cqoa: al is fs d t'o" I
Dec inF. V2. ow eV, a. intance, sboulJtbe o0 "a gall WB f-8l f .y ha l r.n41iJB e tglaiB e n'
r Wateh.WCa, a.ATTORNEY AT -LAW, cubits high. So -1 dho.ivst-from.-hp.oj upo tl "W'bi. W Solb,. W 1 wat v .-..... .. ... :. .. .- .
Wa "vbiaMb iM. [.he erl CLATTOWir, Barbonr County, Alabama.- F Ftomthe-Yankee Doodle1 f scribes aod quill-<+e ..+, ti,_ ,.lij; sIra'ui.-.wia ,-oa 5;lw i ia l.hi,"
Siam CI^NeeveANT April 29, 1846. -fTHE FIRST BOOK.`OF THE -CHRONICILES, HNST YOUNG MEN-At TrTrMY, C^"l*^^^-*t^&^ '^
) OfliechNo. 24 Water street. A. 0. Scenes, CHAPTB& 1. wbat wdom do v discover. inthe sbor'k
decl'z ~Apalachicola, Fla. em e +- ""a r ,na wsom u soei tn sottie .h me 2 ih' "
dec12 ATTORNEY AT LAW. -Now it came to pass io those days that economy of Divue goverumept, 1t requirmg possessioip.(h-iMitnd cafrev -
WE. T. WooD E.B. BA&LLou. Office avo. 2 .apt Simmon Building, -m the FiOsfit e2ned over the namion of of man exertion, activity, for pubosistenoe-- iurn to tl*how, *.y ,',&,aitt -i fif 'op- :
W .T. ... go J ms.h irtrig e ... ..the ,
Wyood ; Ballou, cor. of Centre &,Cottimetcesreets. 'bow... J t in ,h,,ro ,, of Joh.- s..-a.d; h admirably calculated to prom te bis ,bg. ',. r' -i -, -",b ;
'Cr-q MN -ISS[ON MERC'HANTS, nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. ,he ,, ,1(N-ow -ohn not died h tghe happiness! Shohisthe.physiolo|- =k- -.-77 {:T<, -, 1 5
J"n1" Abalachitol Fa. J. Law, but had gone down to tfie Oid.Dominion and. cafs(rucf ure of man ptat he needsconst A PqJ.lSTiO Aj gar,
J~n 6 AralehielaFa.,ILaw,;::+:. : +as bun dali've wiahis h~esa 3 aclivity' to be happy'. 'Man_n.nede J abog tip rl eie an iJls .~l:d _111 :-
ATTORNEY AT;'LAW watuidaiewt irher~si, and no -eac t T ^^ py. lec.'rm el^a'^ ^ ^^
Edwvard eCCully, AT ORNEY .A.T 0,LAW,, -ou'll'after himn But Jaes the. eh"^ty'and hea-Lh'l,'l"PWf'; ,lpeJ g'6" d Q story ou'bn one,-o ifri- -
A TJC T TONEER Bainbridge, (Decatuf`6.)Ga." Kin- did evil exceedinly,, be-,oodll w hal We discover the wisdo of_ orb'" in reqyir- gadierss. The.Generaeqhup9M wl.Fn- .
AT O N E E. RP Will attend punctually-the SuperiorCSurtsir te Ktings who had ..,,,- before, h;m ~-d i "af tio s that, which will proll .te our high- ?ig, do be prese-t, dres ed j-at" "b
office No. 50, Water street of the counlls of Earlly, Baker and -Decature o donef -or he a i0edtax' whr est *iteresls. I Weed.. were .L oth erwise, suit, O-ere.sott. teamaers-were^g -,
Tn 16 Apalachicola, Fa. the Souh eern, an o ne coh S of Toma hd ore e ano trobthechun y fT .o Ws ere: the earlh to yield her fruits sppntppe'- heirr horses .and i op4kio g -_ in "-

did^- soey vex^.^ an ^^ ^trquble^ th-pe'e;h
ThonaaS Prestd ,ta ofthe Southe rn Circuit. mas Y +' l and titoog t in hi h erhear ,at l a tge oul y, Wea ug e l Ah! pnfluekna.l hih otlde fixed d Ibefrw jt aterfire in .
.....lso so.u.h. t to root out Il--vle~makers of co.ltton, I"ng-, i- 1' I r p u441
COFMMS][ON MERCHANT N ND TOBACCO weorneBi coonties odiie of d hi oolenge d siro ose lds w e sheeo require nothig-;more;{ hlsn' res.wlb therpeiW .uhoro;Ata it "
INMPECHOR AND 59ROKER. -" ro the she dnd hus man th reach forth his hand and pluck theyvical ald rog Ie i ond.t ^fdfien ha WA
N.). 2S Water t.--Offiteeseond back fooh.. ATTORNEY" ATLAW, ,gandmeuhgy: b r-over 1the`-,epheirds and b;us-i.- 1`groWnear~ofc9... wOuK6bethegnin- 1 iey were abooi . e. 4-0=@:I~e
Dec 26? Apaladhicola, Fa. _ALBANY, GAoa w i ". .' W"- 'n:"
S. H- B I .. .Ierby'e h a e h a c ogouldhbs-hat l pr os, ebtamnsi ers told6the Gook era!t- rh befa
"SC S .ILL practice in the several Court-of the, upth hearts people to war;. and : '_ a ha ..s -he digesti e- "
14. T1C u. Bu lt bli i h .-.- -.- a a augmentedoy i t? A-.n auk, a.nqlll old as,'anoj' nlbae oetter.-go o ahQuL --
SSouth- Western Oircit, and Thomas and. -thought in ---his herrt to make the chh-.J..
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION Stewaite ountiesdron ofdrohissyoungeri sister hose lands were.grea -,erchan.goe anbe.reuiered.; nrs,. e guess, with o(t?.er 0.mPhW ,4loe .-
ME11CHAN ug 5 1 "N31.-tf nih nomR.wd_ turemust be cfiangp,, .he physi4be jqh1gicia 1 adapted f i ,haeocieasion uo

unp tre ~ pitd npctro LmeAo h Co nty ^ .,untoi, ,,i d~sr ,adw retire o our ilhows ano time.yrs. con m s r im~v 1,oasfi i
D e p' la h a F a.- t- -h u l c m t a a a i y n ~ l a t n t .o- -" -c a -o t "t',t ~ s .s B u ... ....c s 'h a d i r .. w, *d o e, .hv e -s -oc: .
--. Aph001 c(i0 F a l Structure nof- ull that is.humad ted,, m ous ts. b ,ueff'te-14.sdch" bee n i:4 -"- I -
-- .. ~ ~~~~~Now it in, this wise,, that. thek~ + ". .. + ,... .-- .- ; r- .
Mi. IlNickerson, T U BER [NSqPECTOR.-Thsu drsgnd ... _:._ _.%_=i : gtrd sh ol eageti~rb.#0':ih;6yok off iaalg- M I -
CO. l -I. N-LO H U CAS B tuseuthe war; hi t or es mser bad, ua ... .... .. e c*- "
N C. HNhavn been appoint esd Inspector o Lumber -.n .-r't -t'eriver ,e .. ... *,' 1 -- e e l- -"-

No.7, ol mbu R ..,T) Y'San -e' R .. ... -~s vna rn eawre tome river s abe sh ud fag rand Doe no. emilk e bdt apn .-'. -* L.. .... ^-, *.., *^ fit'o
BA TNu r e, B A P .e Bo r th e C o u n t .' o f tra n k l n ;affi er sohi s s e rovk e s *to. .-.'far at s c y h os nst ? d s ts fa i g h r "0an."{

Wo' TS, CAStn &c o. it ir' ;ed^ hd~ od' e^ *3*-t~~etre ^so actinevity ha dazzli)ng b dpiegeS" L" s tj, *i1.hesf~~n
N.. I Columbus Block, the public in that d Mopacilv, ari o -will a ttl yo M o,-o o a _- p l..-.. id o'.a s. "n- ..,i. h" h ... ......k--.....-..----G rai -
....... M and id Cal fot ister t o- ed r vit nh e d oa and Te"ao,,e
A ,auF. d ties :appertalining ios... K ing .........ames-, ...b ou ..".-, --_.`tb'. ..-.-an,,.d
Dc 12 A s- alhola, Fta. ........ .-, t; is.energetic tio ,thal.caules.'oft fighlbWit thlie G^r c. .
-- UUKJ.~~CO NELIUS GRA.DY,. w~as aptMace to be desireod aboounding _I. '-,+ =" ," e ,.r .... w a -.-p .
Charles Ro.ers John lfhinn. Eugene W. Rogers. M- .. .4.indr esad eo sn f wugUt s.u- ne'sweet .and oain sleep ,wI]IrU 14,so 0n-w,"'bus. S, otner It-'-."rwho n

Hc.pcr Ho.ney to iniort an i4u rnvater iearet t."b; fighe wias "nexthes^ ^04
\Vater street, Li nLIehn f oa ai se-Ne-i i
Fl..of F.anliodIhes e i-is es o;l unted li^f^ ^ 11y? 11 9 r m f l A
C.[EGR. C HA C, H. ONNEH.. and sioes;; "l .re- g r"l Can wher is se r i se lt oh han pde inewk ', -ai- ny. .D .to 1Aos-- "'" 1 1"..,
B.111cnd11 & on, a ilduties appet aini ng oen ads ,id sware ?ehe mento shep sh would hwoul d a o,
Api. I CI N M R1 ,, A N T S L Ro ld' ; S ee l ,-,ll S s ,- ..ahand pgain ost o p ." .are- t. et elo.d to hl .ne I
N 3b, W a e str 1 C s a d G n S l f r s e bv er. n ea s a c edn arla n a n + ---, iz. c o- ,,ite, c a it s irau

^tca" % ^ ^"SLTEN & nt Dec 4 111 cock~~~~f~ ed othe i ayg d wo he an ebasohnqed wh,^ ruuetniho, i fiayafefacb %^
No. 7, Courb ^^ilBTES utrcie n~o aleb bnd swalle vebnenly sbe ao sbouldfi'9bf ^ ^ ^^in n .-`h~h coaicj~
N,,v. "2c, 1S113. Apalachicola. Fla. J Cen. E sewad and peg d Kip Brogans; -Then:.-,..,Z.ha.a-,.t-. .., sPewho alle p lstoce ,h 1wo'o bea s o f e ly .tho, o, G. (ere'."

COMMISSION~~eni fineAN Calf Brogans 0 vei h a liantd man'-ain shal eom e wasnoredb b ea~eo a ae '*^ '**" "' -^
B. F. Nourse, R. NB. Stole, H. W. Brooks lain for e, f y t a va log s witho, tt b ir 'consent? lje., m. a .
W ml *pegd and sewFd S hnes; Child i hs o. .do bth e spi lr t Olw is om, tt theusand A, ,. b "-d n. ay . b-.,.-'-e sPA
N O 'e, Sto ner tr & COoSu perLad-,.e -Ki.- d- C aoe D a- ie-- c. &c :- Ci and r ;_. a pla, ,o .te;.. s of n i son rlne da wzz ing spleaoh oa ckrl "fori o, -nd( poisl-g t f--IrOT
upe, .,au MEKCH Jan *,N u u,,3 Water, stree,,,.a, nd hir co and fiehalB-t.- e strat de- ^ b- a -stratly coaigeaIu' _t b nver --i.,ers h av' nea been ir- aWi .__a i .a-'Lae-.uh +
No. 4#3 Water.Street, r A ,r g -adetenive-assortment, j ust ree. v hat e suouiu oeqlar othe-eu-dre^n~o cn ged, .l ;.ha. hpifi'ess'd ,,ll`:Vrfh i, big;. .,t ,,-, .." ",. fo ti a bom V occup

Dee 12 Apalaohicola, Fla. nATand Cor aps by' M .PRt W.^^^ s set wohld thde land wash lvThen was;;in-e breast.hmevemno h ejyet ou-tym o ~^ i^
j 2l0i I0 HkegNnsis, Nodo. & .... Kia, said I bel ki" wn l lnt to t h earb ine .. g1 g; ."y "p 'omI fo r -.b .k e ". '.- *it '

COIJAIISI NIR ^DCO RIS N llGrPASa anNilaur's prieb Whg osot e admr ts.e dnt.. se agrxarlii&1 hdie HA~brD.AMP,1 af ^W"io
AUCTIONEET SD sizes;sIO thy r LIO O ly tfedet togth N^aleso re TONS Swed Wrnasoter' andet regealis, himee wordl~xire of the red; predle -o ;i^A1 W^f~^^^ r~
.it at gen. or the ,-0 .lo ths -...N.l. fa"s- ".i onable w l w an e xtr-iworld,__ and i,-,doeue i staintlyQoil aher+.'exii.u n III
SEUSN MUTUAL"INSU'RANCE COMPANY, 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted quahties; .maedathome eating and. drinking and-,la eel wic. 6 n .l, .... ,-
COMMISSION MERCHANT,.3 Cotton I f' -.'1-- J i ig a c e h in ms eatg r" anf ait m I -Llhe re t ie d hellcio a intrder, al O *, lle allm -- IW4 le
o"the City Woa \ew ork, 2 0Blacksmit Stai l Fr ced "nils; ktaingh tiierry- w lt o his twive ,andi conu moral c s.or. .. .. ., ..t, ._ref, u l=. "e. +4.1t.w-. -

Doc5 ,,lalcoa Fla. For.--iss sal by WM G. POTEL CO. Hoac was a,. 'ysrb ne ;e regard ?gu +.oi.mrlcm u twihuoady xi refuiygn rife Lllpi+ L+ ;.'J.^^ ^ ^
No. 51 Water street, .20 nlihan-otnelVsoreo'art)emang r we ..

A UCT.NEE AND .. .. .. .. Melr wM ... "* I1. .. F in B o.1 an B r iHAPT. ,H+. ' I :_ ing asmglea r~e buke happ t en fseels d llaie exi .S og .* th e ^g . W "J .:- ^ klll[I i .]
MERCHANT. ~~6 *IfCSSGn'ir al'Bos O ahna i aymgt a t gas. i -ng le reuke 'ofhlrtyen f^eelsp~ 0 d ,r ou ofoht -Ia-111 4a e'gk, *-*, 11N .3.w ^Bi
D c'r ? A p alac h ic ola F a. ,0 e "'B ...., ne i s-l te th e e6 p t mi o f a ll nd i, no "'- e o r ... .. ...e '
1. D dozen nIIeand Shovels; .... .a v uc spo.l, ,-.o cat d iheep l +sow, butm honest and b. s of t ae f ore of a-llsr ':fon'r

C. A MG SSIN. C.H. O NNERDIN F l we S"-ds .n -,es -:_: .* .. .. r.rlo i O ;+ O li ra m o l w n- ta e-ec folo-n t ca .-, '~~a tH ew i .itau ,r al^ B. , ;-
C.0. n,, to Collins'.Axes;.-,_ +. t. .- accumulating wealth: he does u Wot r 'ie- RW jig fl~em Uto"Lb iA'lA .
(rNo 7 Colm nBcrk, A bx Co{,on and forl Ca' + sale .... ing as gr l d; ad he we (he bars or sheeps wool a-n~ -.,.,, ... of. se :.aand...was!be yoies-',ths"6Yco,.
C IISet S1 I O NIERC1A N T S, I Fa. Jaand's 3 teel MilSaws" -meat whas -a.beasryplate OSOeupad o fis houre-' .s su'ten -the ... ,ul whi-e ....oi gi.g: e4
,No,. 36, Water street. 000 lbsCastan dG,,nSe,'s" bY. ove.r "anil wa s u o Y.-c fears a l o all true enjoyment, viz.: a de'akends- while, Pdd '"Conoly'i' f.s .ed-i
W N.- P -R. .R.. CO. cult It. ,- *y. .. eet.e. ,his .eye.. science and'a b nitepted m ind, 'and fanciies W asking in the ste f f
P elica n M- Uu alc A .Insu ra ncA. Re E NCo g n. of N ew Y ork D ec 4 4,1, W ater 'E Nt.I X c ick ed both i ngays +f o l.'l.onder ea so n led w i tn'th at u d h ~ i e h s l r u ~ l n e g b r ,i o p~ s t, a "b is @;f_
Dee 5 No. 36 Water street. /IOFFAT ,S 1LIFE PILLS AND PHCE .hmse ....yig, -If sh ll beytheKin asp at a sing e ]eeapsnch stores 0f ifgoith'n aw'rain~piadw.- P aldd' 1 -16
M .1 BITTERS, just received and~forsale b~y- then .wilthne ene myp open upon file .i o frod eih n i e h m h ld h s s~ d n "i a d J e o-~ t i d i eP ,
Edward MlcCulliygNov 21 J. C A-, K. ad ih tng and-nbS co pany shall assault, ,.s-,,etabh, 'o,,;e,,, be wfunSI he-' perfcl',, ,,,, m r-,,a ..
COMMINIS, SION MERCHANT AND DEALER ...'m-i b ak adte l sal o e-hpp.. ...ragd b-" te'e"mpl oflas tken
I N D R.-,SA N R O E R E,,D r o o d s to o h o t to r m e, a n d m y tra v a il ong s fo r th e th rs a d e e n,,o l g h ly s u h, a sa
"No. 50 Water street. I'RILLINGS, Tickings, cotton Osfiablurgsi land nf.'Ihnatha-6 sha- he naught.-E
D e p l c ic l F M ns .... K ersey ,,s l eans, F lannels,. B lan A n d ,"b eh o ld, as.. -- -- --e ., lio ns are pa ssed o ve r tb th le co m m u n ity at "M yt so n" '. said t da *birht~b n U'P ..-o"
kets, Tweeds4, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks, hn, n i-'a hi0-al, ,a:+, large,-he. launches obt -ino busitoess and is Jay_, ja k in gb is h~id6y th i4hifit W'i r .
0 %V ii i o rle r k C o .G ingham s, C alicoes, D elanes, H osiiery,' & c. & c ,-' : jt "T w illin g to bar ier aw ay his ec haracter Fo r b on- ojfX 'Cair ot4 .nd u, p oinfi~ g 6 .~ i-I.o'tde
"-" B ELL[SON CO ~soup," his spirit, waxedo-warm w nnh n. i 1, n m . .. .. + ... .
DE A LE RS IN uO OD .S A N D C O MN M ISSIO N Frogale Oy B E LLIS. ..O N & CO . ,.. dta in tegr llf ,-Iorth e pa irry sum m a oppn~s e'o de, Arwgii6 ~f
E-R G FA NT& .Jan "23 "3Water street.l 6n 1 foerrs, n e lagma ew d' --, ,-, ~l- tb, .......... nfs----iuaitlihe-oel~leg-ftcaf>P4 Ck.l'emk.t+(:
No. 41 Water Street. ... .. .. ."- cl r [e dunto tho Kin e)+g be1 our & [hanged triously enaged'in some honest o~eupati6n" son i.- ~eer:*odjf#rgeL0 0 hht,

AU CT IrONrCM I S O .1_1 ugar; Seo r1d ilt t n provide for the SsE Cena n eof r e T -. i gr t d s ,pa -s
AUCTOND MSGENEAL AGE CHANTS, per sclr Cinderella, from Havana, and for sale army and ie maidens of my household !I IMPORTANT TO 'THE LApis,--,The Le -- e ad'hJ-- ,y-.t Veoiot
EuFAULA, ALA B. ELLSON &, CO. A theStwardawered and said unto him don Gazette contains me imporpy ewfor-. r rxolnd fenieh d f-ft.- ?Wo6
SREFERENCES: Feb -2o24 2" Water street. 'This thing'will I do,I will comb my head mation-forthe ladies, wilh regard to .the 1esrfe 9 "j/ MI
MUSTR- S DE:N Feb W ^and anoint my whiskers'-wiih oil, and put on manner of placing Ih'eir lips when they.d_ des-ert,. u;w -^ -., -. ^"...
M UST D EA.N & W VL S, r of, p.l#acing ii_ e. r I"
JosiH BLA.CK.VELL&. Co. INw Y For .' a sanctimonious air, an g-o Unto tge money sire to look amuiabJe, dig.niged, &-c. I I syg- 4..picfr,.----a .iej'lFi!.
L. F. SJOAN &O Co. 51or -is.Fl rho 3ce N Sugar; shavers of" Gotham, and it shall be, when gests that when a lady would compo.e. her" cl'at.ever^;_:nnu[i.j ,i^. en-(.,eatfidifeBB6B t
S, JOHN NORToN,jr. J 1U "o bb! i-'1.,^ P->E STONE C C iheybehohliv faice,,lhlia[ their purse-strings mouih'to a bland and serene .cbarapter, she. a-p, p e ,rWesent. .+"ik^ ..u'in^l.
JOHrv FR:ASER C&L CO ,C ha1'.Irlestnn .... ... ...... ..ONE & --1 ..- -....." -
J, --- -- shall relax, and thipv shall replenish'the should, just before entering The room, say .inlealures. i, '??^.< ^- -, -
C. C. L ROWRoP Co, New Orleans, D.AINTS AND OILS--t0 keg No 1 Wite treasuries of my loid the king. And the Bts'w, ind keep the expression iptlo whic.. Put a (rock,.baeM<.a.^. pCfleoni-a
A K V E R s. . --g .-"Ls e.'ro, ,.
\v AR EN^ CRoMwEL-,-, Columi~us, Ga. _L Lead; *250 galls Winter LaGpp Oi 1; 30,0 al savin- pleaded a ie ki"l tell. he mioulh subsidesuntil ihe desired effect pi7 la;,d. ij lo_..ipP ....Ww-
F. J.AiR.Lpalachil need Oil" .bbxt. aborted Glas', .00 IbsP.t- o t. went unto Goha0nm iuto the upon the company is, evident. 1f, onl the. A "Ull oresseti ia. av oA res;M .
E. J. HARDiN, Apalachcot, tv; 101) assorted Painnt Brushes; Black Lead, a dtstin a lawyer. ..
[S A n w vesBla fW ild Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just seats of the rniney-eharicers. And lhe went other hiand, shie wishes to assumne a istin- N .
WV and usiveandseived and for Wile by u lo the chief banker named Flinthearl, euished and somewhat nobler bearing, not- .i a few ioboq4.'r.i:tf- a
.,, Nov rJ. C. ALLEN. b rc.H. F. A BELL. and besought him saving, Lend now nnto sug'pesive of sweetness, she should sSy. -o its'ps d 'b_
ine ten*-)s thousands talent of gold. and the Brush, the result of which is infallible. If repr'eet "'"A co '
rt- OFFATS LIFE PILSlANDuPHnIN XaFerts ofq, old,- .,d#,1hea e .
rt- --I\ .OIFFATS L|FE PILLS AND PH(EN[X For S![e .... kinc, will sRo ihee repaid." But Flintheart she would make her mouth look small and r4.t'e\ i t-h^a-.
1ii BITTERS, just received and for sale by "/lOSQUITO NETTING, Fine Ivory and Pa- r t er- itv,,she nnst ny Fli, bull if the mod tin d16 %. ,^3.^i'o .
N o v 2 8 H F A B E L L D ru g g is t. i y J p e r F a ns, M u sl i an d L ne n D resses G rass d p h w, od ans w e re- l o o m l -n ye i .i .. .
Isand Cnrde4, Skirls, and.a miperb article or Black ed hinm. saying, "-- s thy servi~int areeii, I.Jiai' b "-lrady to -s all an-ne d' ,," ,-+ )o s ikeh. ., e
S, Lamp Oil. Drad'Etai just the thing. for gentlemen's summer he should do this gieat thing?" Likewise she must say Cabbage% Ladies, when hav- W -Dress a s- i ,.in,_y i, 'J 1 %1--r..
MN R trarined,a. splendid article. f sale, coati uiand:'pantp, by, also said all the backers. -- ing their daguerreotypes taken, may obse,O tail, tim i rais' .;k'er,,. -.'i ,, -
W by [janp3,] J C ALLEN. Mirch0.' FRANCIS KOPMAN. Uut when the kin- heard thereof, he wasthese rules with soine ad-vantage. Broadway dandy. -. .
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_.i. TrfE TMribeIrnf,!lB friw.-
tj_ and theptDUc n-eBrTNI A
MIBcome. the Proprielbirdf "this ?~i-3
known house, and'Will be
any of the travelling c6oftrriu.. iJ.'."uaf^ops ,-.
him with Iheir custompand* 1TI aI.Fe.
dale resident boTrders. "Te bar. wj;iaW
supplied with gemdl~ie ltnqor".ifl*tbfl- "-.
quality. 1.-,, ,. J Bi'Pyi! BE -
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I R. metcev-ieeen Ei*lie and luatdb
n"JiULFor terms,.app y to ,
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ac27 ,* 24 JWatrfit, _10
Upper Suwai !ee ..iSjg :- *
,-, TH 9-usbk-ibertak-t, -f te
ga informing hi frjenite ahLd^lbst.
*1'ifiaen~ i-atrlhoroara an!['"aF taBB
to accommodate all who n ?ay favof.:[,ll : '
their pathinagc: Age. TA r _t e'nl 'i -
-tiei ol 0he water, they cainhobf"lW '-
-'any watering- place in '*66 iffT-. glk
wi 11 be opened by4hie ftis-da c+blaf.5,.:z '..-
-will 4e moderate, and e v aefy a'r l"- "ff
-piao Me comfort ff Vo
w'irh Iheu company. Theinait^ li -
"with good and, aithlul ser.amts," al 1< ;*
attentive hostlerl, .....
Javal id"& labqr'filfncler- t h--itoing 9 .-.eaaw-
may rest~aszpih-ed (b* Spiirinm MI m&iforfm!S,-s
a perM'nit cure :- Disp.paia'a, fiaiV,-^,-
t'"' tera, all kiw^ oM er4la.4cO 4JajkfW~av; -
,e;ahd' the va-ious painful disorder oftba-lri .. "*
The Dancil g 66nln will in up leaymfegy^m-
who are fond of 6 11i racefu and -' g sSKK. *
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"- ritk t t ech~d ir+ef itf'w^'o 0nly=,r, lv, aJ t.,leryftut-- puzzling (,Imn thlar
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t .0 "-: .;" ;-'+-,. ... E -- "A t the d,,Ie of t he '-C' nv'enlion sa s
.,wl ^s^ ^g +.J<> - ;:Z'E P .L -' 10" .j*t o' ,ll. Ti vlor.-:: -I I c,'n ,l" not, rf i,;,rse.
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s -,a d e y u.d ,li- 'n Toal vtol a of a ic ;, l ,,'l,.. ,,l l- .,' ,r,i, h-.,r,1 ,,,,
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l^^ e^ ^tt-ie-,f ~ll T o 1 n-3 %% V (,-)v./. ",- -\W f nr--a~il IeN ir that G-ell. Taiyfor
:.--+ *" 7." t i \ n -d it Sis -ih tt . t hni t liP .' s .a lla n t i ete r;im x+ -,s t" o1 a c q u a in te d I ,l lu, re I is ilp. i rlu re fo r
"" '- -es Voicp to-h ii-. j IV.T- in1li iiilion at IlIe flhe seaI of war. ti lll Pie.idlow Polk or M r.
: '%0 l W [ -"1..."l-) Secret, vry N'Irev. H a I he bh t,. no ;cl u0 "
t- "Re ;,+,.. "--I i lieis uld hCoe surpr,, Lled him, unless a
r" tl.'-.asy u n tto..- Jw l in .n1. -ea--,V_.chnl. ar or .I 01 l .... ..
-.^ i airf tr.o. rtiihio ll'[- '-iio\v/lel.[-P~ot: I ei) or .... "
,."'..,- u--" .1 :7=r .,r B RiG. GE N'. C DW.\LLADER.- Gen. Call'
1,-)1 .fi cersg,-:oi- the plii per _.1a .-, 11, -lnl .. Ills
..* fe.;*t:omcnfain. fr e; .d'qn era l Patlteroons walla I -;..,.340 believe, is ihe only \Vhi! Unfi-
+.-^id -fe+-'] rlie'r" ('eneral "Pnllhs-i,,e. cer ol high rank, who has 'receiv-d an ap-
.cral~ft~~lerel-iotle-r~-p61lm'e,^t " 'lie'ar. ol.Mr.Polk. H-is
,- cre-ld-~l^'.ff l~r ,"the broe r the.Pr.t-s .." .- '- "
,. r hh I,,lla rv reputation od' ai ,ninents

".' - ; u' o'lero:d _-.4o .par-e -ataj h'iYh. llive nleasnrablv fi~rced ]tim upon the go-
-~?c.+'Gt-byl-ihe- ,:_ Screi.ry, wiilt-lt+.t- the vernnment. The U. S. Ga:ette,. alludiing to
0a, A s his dep;arture Cou the 8eat of war, remarks:
u^^&^iiaai~r 0ui~irtisl^'-'j: OIIT rivi-&-n. Pr i I ,- /*i1 i*1
o' r- --6 ,'" "(-T .... .. en. C ;iwl'alladpr iis ton mwel k-nown to
Wil ~A& ^l5*rrlfurnes. x eres;'encp3.~~lln .*,
,p-- :. .+-1".+?'e"`," -* r<*. ` c:i e. t r eel ltle publiC; aS-;1"arice of lhle esteem ill
>- '*r]ia+~ti'Ei~let Otl'li ron! the ruover p. n;l- u1
"v &< "' l ru -. M. hlith he i-3 IiVIl, in oiur colnl tllsrn as all
'"'^'-'^''-'':' ""- ': "'"" '* I ''ii' I" .fn er in g-il flit-r, blihll bv educ,36iot anrd
.. .'-ie^Bf ffiB^H'lw'i^ : e. el it hlv diiv io .i,,lke >nir,^ i : .. .
*^^^^ fe^I^V"*'l*^:al~[)!It l-wle--,.,;l .i ua%>9 speak our belief'
,^ '^ ^ ^ ^ fe o fefel~f 1-jJni S. -Jt'lZ i i ,:'l,, 1I,,',' itlialt %t e,'re r ,an-l ,er is o lie trlcuunered,
-='" 'lMwLte ,'r."e"**-A, .r J hfliv i~r,,le-t nr iiil rv ...kill, no sflilierlv IlarIno needed.
.S h.;":'i'a'nr'e i: ',",' iit,-,ic rjip.'1 p,' ri,':r 't,, 'i t-- h e ,il i,,' e ,0 be mu uible. kilftl, un,
(,,-.% .="'--, "'- ~ i 4 ")t't -? ,i t% l- p-\ Ir) rri,-t, I I t~i ;nh \ ll he -3 o ff e ru
..n.-,l 4 n,, ,p.omp ,ffi,:er Sho,,M 01
4il^ ~ f.'^ .hi 1 -i i .'i l- \Ii.l. o FM-, i tH .. v it N. cain he inviiedip,.i will di-.fingtui_,h
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~ ~f "'ll.., ,.I IF I "" w -1 1 '1 '- -,n till.l| t O 1 l ll

_- ':-,"- -. A. L C O -ORTRAIT.- M r. John
.,-.h,,^-[i;tlrf.n ii T In, 1 r. I llrinE' fii ife r,,,, Bi,,u-h, o'l the-Cincinnati Enquirer. having
-, n .^^ ,-.. I i n i ppoint Id, n r r a bri,-aier-.en-
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o r "] I lit'= ; 1H '] '' 11'"ll ll''l lll - l" '1 "*I rF .lnl Iri' !I iC'- ". .
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4..: t [_ ".^ > ..j ,r .-rr t ,I ,: !; i, ,-rItlho perl' c li Ol'i Pie ii1 an
..aj]T fr-'.n -'I%,-] h *i_,,,*ii =,'' 1,, [, | *"l -ll'-' -'. '/. : i i ,
S .^|, |.,:.=,,l''l l,-*'g .I~iniriic;lir "il.111 I'r.n I- V.[ riilly. w pel lillg over lirepe hurtilied
r-l,-a;Il %' d e
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VIAIOY v ila a -ii -1i I Ij -11 IF" -z % Ii h- I h i. ,%r h r e
"--la [ h,-" ii n ., i ,-I ll .-t;.|, .,, ih t m rerr-ld.' b,'ll. ( l| all c0:il hnn an slen.I;,olin. Ih i
hiv;+i i,,-',i-^t, i,; l ai1t..l ,' r ,i" ..i It i i -i. lit.h B ion11 w ill bl en|Ipnv on F 1\ e\ i-h. ors.
I t t 1i i I ,ft. l. -h 0l I. u le r lh b r,,il n -f -, ,ll-
m. r "'' ".- I ] 'tl -' :m,nI1'' *. '" -, i" 'rr t.'ilr, iv e ali- i nrll i l iret isl ibl r c,'1 o i "i1
,d ld a*i- q .... !-.nn- ,l.:,ii:hnri nt(r'.,lt,.et frr,!i Ilr-. Ill,..'. i n -i lid, ;inil hliriied tr in srp on ihe
WIi^ III-t-m i," \ ..I, 1, ,I '',,lI ,I,..,,,l i-- Y ii .... i ,1 .1' |l,' ]+,' il| be rri, ,( il_ inih' ed [,tul i a
P l l, ,i ,,,]I" i i i .l i 1,i .- i a n d Ii I- IV i' l'rm. B ,n ii h 0 1 I', ill s p e e ,., im i la in
d ltv r+;.i^. :i.t .l'-,.l l,,it', ilr, :.l I. ,t* :.r..t.,fl.'" li -.lti.Jn I. Ii ih l'n i l. h ;i .1 h a~pln re l. !i ll h P" a
Theipl-Lleller i4 an .

O'_'T i ,l r. td' lh6 .Adtii,'i.,ntit.I e lt l i', n, it) r,1 ,lioin ;Ii]. like | n illic %%I he so nirel n m ixedI uip.
q. Il 1] 1, 1 olz 0- n %%.-":i1 lie l.iHi h Ill orl-]i,,,ker will srairc'elv k irn w % lie-
7'a;,-^Si'w'ii-l,_l "bo iinllO~illle lo iippliil ilie ;l~t-i" lI stonilhll.iii~h or ep-,.and1 ill ii-ii-
^ .'\ ^ .l,,V-"r-c.e..l-cnilrili,'V lriiis. T I' r'I,,,npi i.+hly h nl r er in i.ivinu Pe prPil->irnn to lit e-
: fji v.tW', fi i- .l i 6-t',, li-. i '_Je v ;irti'n.:l es 11 lin, n.;. If it ,, llhiilll lip I.; 10,eln1, h,,I v
i .l y'n frr'-+nin lli.ii r -n"- he" .+.-- h',s neti1i)l- i'I,, in 'il, Y'i ihe h,,til, viffiln 10
',T i ep d H ni i1iH wt '- ilife in i'lie r+,llv le e lini wiib ,i i ,- r 'i ,iiin i.l< i |e ,ic '. i lu ir e i l rn n n l lip
< '**w.Lfi -t':, heIl\'$.r1 rt ,-Pcivell ;. ,i. II, ,| Ie (11,I nol,-, lve :,i [ie,ise-. r'il I'p-
'.j.:f-T.." n'e: 1 :l'et T it-r.". il iieI is ~in!,-,i], li;,il. l'.,i iih.? r,,iii.'h ill f n ii i l. <0f a -
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.: +* lo ."'- "-- '111 h: -'e ,,,IP ao.v';tll:1 e, h,,wp PIr, an I Ihlat
.... "H ,' 4 i\ l. t h t I nie. i i', !-,x i i i l Ili-t, h;<- ei; I .,111 1 knilo, tir .lini i Cii l.l. nr ilirl.
l ) it,-.h ,1i~i' .'li ,1?' oll" ^ [*,,,Ip~il~l if Ih Pli riiiFi V ,'1 ,,i l,,r \i i-nli.-:,n r,+,l rciiii!.-l,' le lI;,1 l,,n 'i-
--haid "l- 'nmne *iware ilf Iii- inlnie ions io inake iii cani (; r, icri lii vilals. a-ihlpv are so pro-
'"ann'ni, l k oUpoli o i1c ii irllt'g'poiiiil on ; z;iwi ills .i.k 16 ,1,11 bent-np li i ,i'm.ith nin ql-le Ciolls
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- "- '*^ve]ll'te l >it..Mlo:l.i'rpy'. I ,1: "i i -- I'i ".l're dle.-e i ,v^'.iprdnv_. \\ ill. we are ?:,lisli-
''_ +h -. .^t -\ e. s ',es an-n l llri,|,rqt,'lit~ dlrn ol" IIp ^i-,, n-i.-,le M r. P,.ii1hlun ["?,,in ef-i ion vpr'y pn-
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S' - llcrff.l--Stqt*'(n'c?^_-3t I I>t \vhleh [I J._'i..P;l J)t~ .l:'- fhls ru rp ru'P't ; I ii h elfo.e .anrlher -leila err

W A Q11%a:4l'It.T v leo l., e it ri' th idel>.iri3s ,ir Ilie U iiiled Si.iteis. the, pro,-
|1 ".IP'lt J-d~'A' _'l 6,;erinl ;-"r,,i n,'io, l'Ji I ;ni l t,,'c',u.i.. u ,h ,llaw inl,_s. ,I,,,.'n ,,is, & c... w ill
--- tl Ve fol o1 i'vIn -I llu,_-;I I.ic' l-,e. .tfl / .i6 t't he i--n.ud in ;ill the coininerci:iI p6rfs and
.- u.I"r.e t ""ul- r.1/.-7 ,,'i{.o r t'" hi, nl" io, iT in Enropi .
ttj,,' e./i !ii-.(/ti.i ..,', "<;. an d r 'en noW, Ni:w 11 .AIHI.NE FOP, CARDING ,oL,
-% 'izff, l;ou.r.. enn.y'fk.1,,,rS. 11.e h'? re lol m.:,re-ll.'i COTI'ON. ."m.- In pr'viii, numbers ol ie
'c twenl.y ice. i T'hre tui' ,'k!'n hoti ii." ond /,- rt Enn-r,, ,irn 'rimes w%. have ,iraw, alti-iii n
the ". !n [. enemy^ .Is ,nor'- I/te le ,0f difir.u/l tin Ih, i 'cinvo ions of'ir. S. R. Pirilhili'i. of
(li /t.ifit eeei'bttn f .:ll s'," ^nr'lor' l'sitp" ie [Tilie, SI.'latP O Ii hik arriv;al ;t Liver-
-: p lies '-er r, eo dr,.,,W.i o' l. the p,, ..t,,,,ir,.s in [o.dl I o, e',ir iP,r, s ,inep. lie p iten ,-.l i in-
,.-- ia e ntrqi ke[te 'AnI y' M r. Secrel'iairy vPnii-im for :in impnli,-,p i.] nelh,'l. ofclel-e i1in',.
N'"c yI'1 fe ,.. up iler :'o.rJe I'.. perhaps, Irom Inlh wnol :11i1 nd 'nilon ; -!incp ilipi Iei imi iikven ,il
L't .,.ir^' ^lyi.fc.'rJ,nr-Kl,-BFk-q ,,, ",ot" anl .,t.ufpd a ,,in w ca.'dinEr Inj rlir,- i'" lI
(-.,..3ndl pillche-... l honl a. [i.rIrly, htirie, I rotton lil n, .Tflax, which are now. tnilcil-
ji~ia.i, ii7 i u -'r:o, proln ll i."'1 Ohl',_ hri- IV. in pract ical-. 'o.p .r.iion in i Y orl, s irp.
.. "d:, qtlt .e -id leDe lii li pfo iton wh,.re fnPV'Hle cre.itins -rei' l a slorlli ihmIeit
'^.- ra d ced.,Prsidveni-- r; ,i eicrpl ary'r andI .s-iiifa'iio>. W e havl e beforio i ; a
I34- 3*.it b-i. t}+h'e inovleicee aoi'' ;d" "t-,pp i'nen of the work which ili.k ,ondleriill
|, L-WeI iuM' 43nri rlt. 'j.i'rnu es s c 16)condemn (fen. ,i,,ichiine -i now ,hin -- a <.imil!e of thle rlilreqlv e, -teld from lHie %%no ,i ili-cripiinn, of woi 'Ao he fo;I n11- .'t1 d
e d' J T l'agr';u'il apofvlie"i t-' thll" e Mexi,'ans by iii side anolier on ihf'j 'l e ai-licle '*il"fr
;'.lO.b'i o ne'^cq ssjin -s -.Ill t hi> o,',1 sireteibl h i'il l l);,sspd wlhroilih le [fr.s/ p'ill of IliS
't.- ..d- .t'eo! -nnl.'lav,' obiaillel--or llie e.i-v terms m ichine. heina I'ien claened of' all ii-3
a'!)aito,w.eI ih m1.1 L 1-e o.ildi have compel- worirlie,;s stihslanfee ; illhe wh n thllte fi-
-A" ti in.I'inL,;Wii.4an- unfred an,| eliat.-'-ed arm brol'in im teri0IJ h1as paseji t.lihrotigh the r'-
"s ".o alormn-Monlerv %ilihout condition, and '1- ,nain iin Irtr of llie Inachine il is carded
rI ; k'ai',lr(. ;iih uit re-i or supplie-3, push on siicient for ;iv pnipoge. This machine
Sto-,SAhil6:.-l40"in Loui., an-i, it- 'rr v be, save ilii-.nanuf'icl urer on, -ihall'of' llie power
="ldfi^et f.;'N'i of" 1.lex.ico Valini Seeetary amd room whichl is nnw useId in file c',rdifna

'f'Wi .r'! HaI N uam -re endoved ?/,:, wiI i 0 of' colton. wi,-l anI flax. Ibl'hines are
... co'ur An'd -etlera halid educate on afford, d now i-ilkinu olr nom e of' ihe ini Pos ex pensive
co p at E i " I y fI --
"-- .+/o< a .-;."nQ.'6 k ee ol ll ne soIenre ot \W .ir. i.h d lilllill i'Itilpl' in E nolandl, "ind on'p ol'tlhPe
i .. +.,:iijii.qi .aB.vtlm,,I but what viou are, Ia r'e t macllini.,s i Yorkihi 'e isprep :irin,
J]QA-i4asiR .64-iab ould liavp conqoired Mex- in make ;I machine per day:" Mr. Park-
,-" .=wo _".,_" f A .'pve-lmen lively before Ai:i hirsr't, invenmion' will enable" ihe m. Cnufae-
niaai-hon n Phe~ir hmint Von mifhlt P:siIlv have turer I,) lprdnce o+ie third more a1,ded
'edilipse'di4:uti "for these vile aiiU s'! which mi-teii il 1, ilihout crlarainZ his mill or in,
-riry-ha'y. prevented you taking the com- creasing Irfi, power, than is ob-lai-ned by llte
snu- d ord8tt':"'arhVy 6t"'Occi}.tt7cin! "1 "The carding' machines uow 'til use.- It is uot

poqsihle lo calculale die advantagess whieh
Ihis invention %%ill have upon ilns, reat
im1anfujaciuriitg couoiry. nor the amountt of
"suver'eign, which it. invemior will realize by
,. use in Euirope. '" "-
.k'asifin-of dihi]Olhe largest bell -e-er made
in Ihe comniry,'w,, 'as successfully completed
o,, S'turday ia.; fout,,dry. of -Messrs.
'i 5e.,rs, in AVhitiechapel,' London'. Tie
q'uannliv'of ffMt6i-ft11sed was fbolit twenlv
five tons. "The frobnders it is sialed, intend
to give llie oublie:nn'opp.ort nilV ofinspe t-
ind Ilihe ,orkl'' wh}en p,'rfeci v finished, pre-
.vijks._U 'tV 'tif i s dnpie'f.for, J l'atia ,..a., -/ ... .
--The'new sleamers ilf the ,Brilish an.]
Noflh Aiimerican Roval Mail, in-
Ie'`il edi-f1 .l t hteliitMt a;0-d% service between.
A qo-rica and Englande'. are b ,-be called Ibe
A-nlinreca, ih,Canada, iire Niagari. and ihe
EF.uo.0e. These vessels are-being ,orward-
edi with-everV de-;pa-fch ponAlsien.%- w itri Ihat
se-urily and pe'i'ft on-.% hicii so eminently.
ilisnigIuish ltihe feet inf vessels belonghig to
I his comnrfa-y. "`"l.'-htsi;e,'p"o 'wer and be:.uty
o(" model otihe riew lip .'ill at once class
(hemn as ihe finest 6ezssls, in tlie-world.. It
is-nol yet definii.clv 'ixed when. he-aiddi-
tional voyage will be commenced.
Slork lo ihe amount of'-"200,000 has been
laken. ore-half in Canada, one half ii lthe
United Siaies. lo consiruc wire suspen-
lio1 Bridge to span Ihe ,NiaLrara riter below
ipI1 Falts. This Bridgo Wiill have a span of"
750 1feel, resiinc on nami ral abiilmehis. (tlle
pr,ecip'iious h'mk-ofl the river).:0 'fe.i"lii'h.
The work %.ill be colpleled, it is supposed,
in three years.
real valleV oftdelih exists in-Java; it is learned
Ihe Valley of Poison. and is filled to a cnn-
sider:ible lteihl wiih earbonic acid pi ,
which is exhaled form crev'icee. in the ground.
Ifa nian Or any olher animal enler- il. he
'ano iot tlturll; and lie is not sensible of'lhis
datner unlil he feels himself"sinhking under
the influence of the aiynosphere which sur-
rounds him.O le carbonic acid of which it
chieflv consists, risin i to lhe heightl'feilhi-
i|en fpel I'roin llie bnilont of- thevalleV.
irink which fly inio this aitmosphere drop
ilown dead; an-I a fowl thrown inio it
dil s before re:ichlng the boltoin, which is-
sireed, wilh carcasses of various aiilamals
ilma have perishedI in the disastrous gas.

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bridge and Porjacirckam..J
Sud v ighf- -, ..,,,-U

OIness -confile- to the ^Sf\\yl
Boat. eri
THE** at ea ^

List. of ift. eIVf'-' i
R EtINING in the o0+t .Uaor ae Apala-
F, ico!a, April 1, 18'47;; .. ..
Apoflby, Victor H:;.. Lul;"il, _Iiii C`p4 "
Ami'slead '. : "U.paz, B-epard 7
Apling, IF A" *'Z.Lpf, Thofl.,. ,-.[.. j
Allebv, J- 4 gloB^ jL-l.'
Benner,--faie E .' E t.'ukepl I iaM ..
Buner, e.el 2 .',ovtl;,'. y^ :, "
'BAight, Samn cordjs)by 23Mcow~i 'a Jgn
Booth, lMokff, T o ,"-,.Itlr W-D va 6, .,. +
Baker,Willia"H'-"2 ."' ,.IpDrmanr, Joh. r. ;-
Beatd, James B Mjllkii,'R B'i ; "
Burk, Michal I,-'" M4Kne ..z.W -
Bueb, Capt'Samfiel z'tM'eIntyTr -.- '4
Burges, Henry' H' ^. ro 'onnjty ?q,.-
Bliven, Aar"n 2 ,'
Beltz-honver, Daniel M.!ti j"
Brigs, W -M ar "i".i
Rosworlh; ,- M i .et;'`.,; 7' "
Baughery,_ J A Mc.Fb ,A ;a
Brocikehibarough, W-H Gl.
Brooks &. Lafbh 'pp, "Mapono d a .,-.
Brown, JaneArin, MKayt Up i ; -
Bujll, F P 3 -;49." ;-
C'ori'i-n, Jas C "" ,"x" y ..,, ;,,
,Coffin, Adeleoe. S :f-g J11^0.,!..
Crokin, Joh0 bnr/" ( .. ; .( '
Crok... .. ar~l' Bird,,
Cas,. Norman 4 AP'ars; rDciw B .'
Caleler%%ood, An'S''Pat "ar'" -...
Carmnacl'; 8 .r-, 3 Rem it% ',
Carter, John D o.t, ..Wi[lp,- :
Diekihoh,'D &. Co. 9 Piece,, t.' ca B -3
Dickinsun &'Caisgt .oland, Daiel,^
Dickinson, Leoiiard L 2 Pierce Jamff.L,.. --. 3
DvlPace, .+
Duval W illiam ., G Ir -. r.
Erwin, John S 3 Palid, "-- .
Emnmeraon, David 4 Roberts,M L;. "-
Ennis, Daid Ralle, A!&& Co; ".
Enr-i, J SpC6, Stephehni'n,- F '
--Etfwhrda, G.o1y -:-.-tStl'mli:PT~ameS'; "++ .: -.
Eagarton, James I "ainciefl, VQri"
Fostet, Henry 8 ..'oSkiin ed.'; 2 ,/,
Fowler, Jaes v"j",lubha;.II -. '.
Fower Cfa Hfcat ~e{ji~0d, r .apt *8
Foster,' John, Smh "ey,, .., .
Frank, A-rngjtta Spa~r, 'lffiam".
.Freenp, Greens Berry. .anm-brl. -ehal
Gwive, Joh'nV1 2 'Stark; Ca p( .
Gray,, Michal :2 Smaifwood-, J. L -.
Over, James Smart, C C C"pi'
Geter, WilliamA- 'A Stocks, H-. -,"
Griffin, L'evi ^.Siinim'on,.I':a :
Gardner, T N- 3 .n"." ehl, Jobi" .1- .
Grifiths; Johii 2 -^ Smith, W,: ;
Gun, Providence t;ims, Mr f ^..
Glickert, JohAR torer, CaPi Davjd
G0 rnoh, S Mi Sith, Gen ThoiP
GoldeL-n, VWilliar Smairt, C 0-
Gerhord,,Andre., Sitiger,'John V. -
;Hahs,S'hauel. / .* Thoin, Joseph -
Holcomb, Atbasa -3 Tiillmian, D- ;.
Hendricks,'J2hn 2 Trippe, Thuos 3
Hammond, Mlrs ,- Turner, E A
H!ail, EdwinhL -"Tucker, John'
Hollongqui4,,I L-"D '7 Tay, Benj .
ffIarsfi:ld, Sitaiel Tut hell, DC .
Hodge, Stope = Trarlon, Chak
Hubb, JTH. ''" U S Attorney,
oHbyle,+ Willia,,- Van Gilden, Capt. ;
Hutchefis6n,' -alvin VIalleat William, Clerk
Jackson, Ransom .Circuit,.tourt, 11
Joseph, N We: ...ebster, CaptAloan B
Jaco*bs Geo .(- ..hite; F ".
Jackson; Edward "illiams, Jofcn
Jeter, William '- Viltiai.,.Mr
Keenan, William Wood,;DrChas,
Keeth, Jas Willimson., G.i'ef,
Kite,. H T Webber, Ch" "
Kelley, C Williams, Edward
Larsb6ni"C6 H, Williams, J M
Lqwell, JohnH Capt Waldihg i ., i-
Labrde- Johr n Womck;,-il.': 1
Larkin, John '
'.01- Persons calling for the abov-letllers will
please say they are advertised. -.
JOSEPH S.. MAY, P. M. 1 .
PAINTS, Oils and Window Glass, for sal e By
P April 3 J3. C. ALLEN. -

Per sleamer .a4L lsta--Mes.rsr J B Iarwnm. E
R Ballot. N F Oaklev. .T V Otto, J McHunmer.,
W' Bellany, H 4Rbeng. Vt' Sims,
Per steamPr Vj.,i(9A r H Lockharl; Messrs A
W vhe, N. H .Alexadr. E
Per slearuer Boston-71Messrs A Gin. apd P H
R pirni-d. ." '
V'Per'seamer EmivL--RPv M'r O'Conner; Messrs
"E J.T'Hnr W ai Iber, L Iwso r_.
Per .Afrgir Pevtona--Geo- Tfg'rous. 'r And
1,idv; Mre. F,-nibh, Mrna Harper, Mitw dll; Capl
\Vhealon, Capi Wnison; Messrs Chas Pfa8t, W
-k Rawtln. Joseph -Hanka-rd. W Bnvfnlon, 'J T
Smiih. 13 Pnwel. C.bas Fr', S K:Hodgit, D J
DEav, Chas Ho.lmes, "1"; Phillis.
Per ,reamer.Augniaa-Mr CSrephens and ladv;
Bev Mlr 1,vnch- M'- Nelson Hawley. A K
Alliknn. T Feru-_'on, B G Alderman, W K Moore.
J K Whipple, Taylor.
PORTLAND-Per brig Aurora--00 bales cot-
.:,NE"' YORK--Per -brg F P Beok---545 bales
" V, ._ ORTLE, N-S-Pqr brig' C-hbaus--310
bale? co0oi.m '" ". "_.


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or Sbue..made io;brordI, .all ,'

Shoos an-d B&g'Tiff.,.Pii_' .
'with nearheswo"a-lp-rc*prtnli~ud. ^^M
that caindot fai- -(P |:. .e c l P :
.wilh t he compito :' .rIli
of th t tinles-- "" ." .. .* "
Ap-iuchicola, Octob 1. .- .

PORTi OF APALACHLCOLA. .......:. April 10.

April.3--Brig Columbus, Webster, fm New Or-
leans '.
April 9--Schr Tallahassee, Saunders, from St
tipam-r A-'Miusta, McLe-an, fIm Chattahoochee.
.Sieamer Peviona. Greer, fIm Columbus.
Steamer Rn-ion, Morton. fm Columbus.
it,-anlei Emily, Hall. fm Columbus.
.SeP.Ojef. Loins, Alien. fm Colhmbw.
.SfPamr n K-I, rn VPgh .IP.S'ifthwabwi. -
-reampr ot.ori, l MATsLer, 'Ki olumbus.
Ar-rid 5-13rig Avirora, Baker, for Poriland, Me.;
by D K Wood &- Co.'''
April S--Brig Columbus, Webslei, for New
O rlean "' : 1 .
,Anril 9-Bria F P Beck, Avery, for New York,
by Dodge A, Prilt.
". SH'IPS. '
Dauniless, Rosers, 69S tons, for Liverpool, load-
ins-S CassLn.
Kesirel. Turner. 81t ions. for Liverpool, Ioading-
\V A &. P C Kain. .
Rulthchild, Cornfouth. 647 tons. for -Liverpool,
loadno-\\. A _& P C Kal. -,
Sir Holar-d Pougaw.e, 40gilvoy, 715 ton, for Liv-
erpool, llding-NI M- Lvi "C.
UrgrenluogHrsi, 622 ions, for Lerpool, loadIno-
8 CIISiin.
15 A IN ES.
C'umberlamrd, PowerF, 402 tuns, fm Liverpool,
vMailnug-JI Day &- Co.
Nlar~gcreii, Hcdrtison, ti23 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-W A & P C Kain.
Collulsu_, MNeonatd. 399 tons, for-Havre, load-
ing-I M Wrighi.
Juhn Brower. Su'on, 310 Ions, for Boston, load-.
ing-D B Wood ,& Co.
Tybee, McCotmack, 329 ions, for New Yolk,
loading-Nourse, Stone & Co:
R C Fisher,. Conklin, 2"22 tons, fm New York,
wdaiing--Dodg,- 3N Prall. ._

In tis cify, on ihe 7ill inst., by ihe Rev. J. L.
G-:ay, Ml'. CAn-,oN ALLErS to )MISS SUSANNAH

Corr,:,r.-There has been quite an active de-
n.:,n'fol"-r ilihe better grades of colon since Tues-
d.v. %% ilh -ales of 5(.V or 600 bales a day, princi-
pll\i,:.n N,.rlhen account. Our market being con-
ld'r'ible ahove Ihe linlis of ft;-reign order-3,[ihe
].:, gi.-i'ti s are enirely neglected. Qual'ities
,,b,,ve middling, fair are np cheaper lihan previous
t,, the receipt ol lhe Hiberni.a's' accounts. \Ve
(_, n~i l ,:ll,"ll j l t(ins.
FnEircnrs.-We have no change to notice in
ilihe raite tlo.-iilher foreign or caLiwise vorii To'
Bl,,,i-n a ImLnl h-is commeired loadinr at le., at
whi,.h rale shipments Wte also being made to New

Allienleiim Bowling Saloon.
T-H E subscriber bfgq leave to announce o his
friend- and the public generally,. that he has'
bee,orne sole p.roprietorof the above establishment,
arnd hopeb- by proper management an'd striqt at-
teniiton, to m(-rit a continuance of the.patronae
heretnfire so liberally bestowed upon the Honuse.
All pie'rsons indebted to the above esiablish-
ment, will confer a favor b) ,stlling wi h thesub-
scribr. "JOHN -. JONES.
Apalachie,-la, April 9, 1847. 13-1f

Damaged CotIon.
R"ECEIIVED per steamer Augn.ita, from H.
.Douglas, five bales Cotton marked as follows,-
viz:J. B. D., -1 ble; G. Wr. E., I do I 7. P. 1
do. N. R. L., 1 do., which the owner or owners
Cin Y % o,L by pa.inglhe sl'vage -and Pxpenses, o-n
application to -E Mc-CVTLLY. or
40 Waier street.
Apalachicola; April 8, 1S-17.
S ln-ankliu Circiiil Court.
D. K. Dodge, "?-. "
Jaine.s C. '.W ai.i"n, et al. .
D.. K. Dodge, : )
vs. Bill for Parlition.
D. McDoudzald, et. al2. "
G EORGE W. ROSS haiang filed a'pelitinn on
tht'2,2d April, lS46,'praving to havea cer-.
t.ain :imrount o1' money now. in Court, beZonging It, approprialed to the payment of' his
IPc_ as ihe Couriwllr.r and Solicitor of said de-;s and the .matter having been referred to
me as Spral Master in Chancery to act and re-
pi.rt u1(ron the .,anme, alter having given 30 days
r,,:tic, h$ pubhicatin in the pape-rt. It is there-
f,,re .ordered that ?adi.l Ge,-,re IV. Rnss, the defen"-
,.iarns \ %tison, MWDouealh, el. al., arid all others
inlerstvd, to appear before nf. in the city of,
Apalachicpla on the seventh (-,tii of April next,
then a,,J there to present or. defend their respec-
tive claims, &c.
SpecriltMaster inChancery.
Apalachic,.l.i. March 6, 1547. -8-5t
fo-- The Ihe.'rn i of the above iatt-ei: *id post-
poned unI:I'Frldavithe 16th in-it. "
Apalachicula, April 11), l'S47- 13-lt

Cabinet Fuikiiture. ; .
JAMES H. COOK, 9-2 'Broadway, near WaU
street, New York, oflbs for sale,;-a 161 .ana
,eviiplete avsortment oi CABINET FURNITURME
arid CHAIRS, which he w'arrants o-be'equal to
,any in the--citfy; itthe lolloml unusually 1ow
rates: -
M.a~hgay Sofas from. 1p20 to "$1.50`6eAh. *t
do. '-Chairs 30 to XW0'per doqz.,.
:-|y<*Rocking Chairs from $5crV$50each.
do. Bureaus S 3 :5 to 875 :
-i -ido. Card Tables $ |10lo'$30 "
,do. Centre Tables,'" 1o5 o
*1,-. ..-Frmnch BM9ls ead3, d? "8 lo-I "
Al.o F ether Beds`, Hair .Waltressbs- ah'd Bed-
djngier thq finest'qualities and at he Ilowest mar-
ket prices. : ,__ .' i
'No?B.: No "exfra charges for packing aiid -ship-
ping-" "," :s ._ '
-Fp.ebruary-27,-.847: 7-3m "

ed and for a le by ,-- -:; '..-. r i '
M arch 6 :' F:1- ", : 7'
Ou CoBsr Bi+np. \ .'-...
_(' SACKS BO AIR^ ALT-,w iAl,
U0 sold l6w 1o4'easbJ ..';- ..
., UWS &. lo tJ ^ '-'"
Feb .6....
On-CoBiS"i.imeiir. -- ,;-;^ _
in"HE subscriber has hately rereidv+o&"S|_
T mept, the followvi-r*,a' -cF A% ,.-. -. -
2 casks choice'Old.1014 Wme^'_ '"-- '-..- I'
; ,, -' cd'M .dei W e i _', p ; -""- *--
Ssuperiori GIAdcoier~Jqi. 1c 4 X
2 .' \^ .: _!B + 7?'"
"" i *S. vtweJ~nd Bmaijr 7.-
. 10 ba-kets ,,Londe.:l.o.^i l .:" -
. Also, a variety of Segars, all 0.- ulhi .
sold low, for c* only , ..... 4- = "
_DWARD -cU.t .L .-
Feb 27... 50-Watewtfe- :-
An OrdiLanVe.. -.- -;-
To repeal an ordinance enl't 'afi&o": .a..
;ldiO prevent- he: eiec'ubh-"of-wooa?'T+ iI" "
n ings, &e on certain lols,, d "' /
m arch 26, 1 4,5 ,-,'-t' i *, :-'
"he it ordained by the aM-'ayo_.d..aal C f,.
j.h.'Cityv Jlpalachicold, TWat :f _.i.df-&.i'
passage of this ordmancepptheofnit .4.1.
"_,kn ordinance toprevent th,ra f
buildings, &c.,-o nCt~l,-l(Ba^-^.p*.^ .
2 6 1 .8 4 &5 b e a n d i th e a .S : "
.Nv ..Ink....

w VA EAU, Cl..... k:..<,: -_;B..s. _.j :.

Fi,'.,k ,", h. Bi'lrnl ".ltl'?'-' l--l "eiI .. ]UJO

- .-- ed p .l 3 da3.%.s ......... ... 3,58S
tieiouslly ....... .8"-,078
Tot.d ........ .S665-1
Exrilfried pail 3 .t.~s .. .... ..... 8S'*5 io tj-J ..........51,8 _7
Totul ........-- 527-j2




[11.n h.1,1d ind on shipbo,, rimnr cIlpared. M _1 27949
EXPORTS OCiP COTTON FROM APALACMICOLA;iv "' I-=1 emb ,'r 1S46---a ld .aree"
S1 1.11t Itn I "-1 5.
F" t P re'Ti| rrA- -La--t
.'UlliHCr'. E\.-lrTE-D. I 3dajys!oiil|y. ) ""l.,^nn

....... 10790. AIig9o-19932
... .. .l." ...I. .. ......
:... .. ...9 :. .
...... -t31161.13116 .19932
.-.5435- 37R_ ..99423 .21536
...... ..7715 ..7715 .,S 1P
...... ..6552 ..5052 ..4Si99
...... ... .. .... .. -. 40
. ... ." I 11 ..I 1 I? l 1 2
...34U .1271,2 .13t42 ..2337
..... i" 1 113 .. 1643
.. J ...,377,1, .396,41136
:.. .I. I.._.115T ,-2 :601---s

LD re- i ........ ....
ilN re................ .
' .=l . .. ..
1 ^- ilo .t .. .. .. .. ...
Oi -i r ports. .. ... . ...
T,..ttl t., For. Porls.
New Voik ...........
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Ph i.Adel1hih .........

I .?r IoirI ,i- ..........
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TOT&L-BrA L:,..

;- +.: ;Plartfom .Scales.- -'
)-1200 lbs. Platform Seales;.- ;
.. 2 .16-2 0 0 bs.- .do. ." -i
2 1600 1b. Beams; comIplete for cotton Weigh-
ing. For sae bvy

NEW" SPKIIiN(C6 ODS.i,., .
X Steveiniso & ;
Vb. -45 i4/ and Iv!?. 2 Chesti-nt.jrl. "
A RE just receiving their spring supply, of
wii. ieh i hey cDffrrl'orsale on; reas'o'iable 'ter.i "
'Apala(fieola, Msi'0*h 7-tS4.. -
.. .* ; !
Pickled Mullet, "
PUT,,Op in fine order,. obrfamily use, fr"r ale
A March '27 50 Waler street.

Slate Tax Collector's Sale.
BY virtue of the .power vested in me by. law, I
will expo.e it p,.hlh.ic saLe, for cash, before
the Ciourt Hose d,,or in the town or Marianna,
on the first .lond-wt in J-uly, the following pro-,
perty, or so much thereof, as -will pay the Taxes
d .e thereon,, I1r Ihe year -IS J3, viz:
*.1lI', acres of 2nd rate Land, Iving and -being:
in Jack.,on countv--Noq. not known-tn be szold
as lthi pr,,_,eitv o1' the estate of A. B Blackwell.-
316 acr-3,fl" 1st rate Land belonging to R C.
Ad mg, I. irig on tbe Chattahoochee river-Nos.
not knr.-mn-to besold lor the Taxes due for the
y .n r P :4I a" .
81"rff'ieo f.,2'rl'.rale L-and belongihg to the es-
tatl" J1 .lin M,:Kav:
3-a20 arrs (f -2nd rate Land +belonging (o' Peter
W Ga'I fier, Jr.
13S a-rds or tqt rate Land belonging to William
Kina-- Nos. n,,t kn."'n..
51)0i arr,:s of Land belonging to Henry O'Neal-
Nos. noi knn\Mi.
Sheriff and ex-ofricio Tax Collector.
JOHN T. .'VRiCK, D. S.
Marianna, March 31.t, -1R47- aprillP) 13-ts

To Stie R tim.n,, I .
and Owner"

1. HU..L.fafir* clas. Bo0fri 0 :-.
nea r Fort *31dit h el'l ala,;.; wffh'e~e~f^^
to finish it. I .wil},fl.a bai"u'
application is mad'e'BAoiri.h^ia-
at Cra fi d,.ord, C0".ol..-E -'. ) at
rard. I hav. undemtoel. tha-V',[i^t
persons have represemed.hA- -t rX'I #i46M.
gond titls to-lhe boat, I wiU gim *!
required.. ........ '. .... --
March 9, 1847.', march26 10L .2_^

Aiwil 2 .... .....94.(tt3
3. 2 .... .....292,660
2._... .....211.7liq
2 ........ 257,11 l
01 ........ 85,f,66
M ar. 4........ 15,1 5 5,
I ... ..... ,S.l' I1 )
2U ........ 4.779

I R46.
1 2h',s96
22 156

New Orleans,
Si%., nn tih,
Cha r1l '31on.
-A 'al ichii ,l.,
_lihr Fa. purti
N. Carolina,

hn BLS. FLOUR;.50 Mb's. Whiskey;
1LUU 51) bbls. Molasses;-30 hhds SugarJ"
Just -landed from t-chooner Ann, and for sale
low, for rash, -by
A.arch 27 NOURSE, -STONE & CO.


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De-rc ie llhis \ear,. ................ .. 131.3 5

Per steler A,'i-,,ia--19 bdle- eoron lo A N
McKa. 15, t'l.-- corn to J Day &; Co; 1IS2 buli-
e.l do .)0 J Yoniiner. ',r NoiOn--700) bales c.-tlon io J Dav
&- Co: 45 1o Mdi'vltk Kimnbrough; 42 1o Lock-
h,irt .. VYoIIa ".
Per zipeamer Vionla-194 hIaleq eoiln lo Lock-
ha r r. V Y\',ins: 172 lo A N M.-:K.r): 1o0 Hi-rper
N. Hrlmpz: 100 1i,1 [i B Wood \ Co: 72 olod-pe
SPrtit: 52 ho Nir.e, Sn- &-n'': "35d(10ninnd i64
sit:'k. (corn to \VMl)e & McKenzie; 75 do (o 11 It
"T .j% 1.1,r."_ _
Per ie311r nriqlon-3501 n b tl'- eion lo E B
\Wonr l& Co; 139 to Dodge k, Pratt; 45 to P H
R .. 11.lord .
P, r '-lrner Emil'y-500 bMle-- coiton io D B
Won, ,:k ." Co; 83 to Lnckhilrl &- Outrg: 54 to Win
Gr Po,.iler .k- C,-: 29 1. A N McK q, IS do and 29
sack-? corn 0o Pidge k- Pratt; 3.Ss.cks groundp'ea,
io Hjrperp-' -rk l, 1 .-
Per -i8ea'ner Lolu-'-401 baleq eotntn io J [Dy &
C,: 2N7 10 Janie. .Sh i\'- 77 to Lockhart & Yotrnl-;;].~ corn io B Ellihon ,.- Co.
Per .leanlep Pe'Iona--269 bal-s.- colion in D B
. \Vi&,,d \- Co: ;lll"'o Maclkv & Kimbroi.iOh: 120)to
Lonklicrt ,&= \ iJl| f: 5 10 (_i e .-.n &- Connerv: 411
.j, t1 irpler \ ohine?; 59 to Hill, Davson,. .' Co;
30 1I Dodge &. Pr.ilt.
Per sieqroer Aiigsurta-53 bale, colloii to Wylie
&" MoKenzie: 41 io Nouie.e. Slone &- Co; 11 to
Wf\ (T' P-ier .r Co; 5 10:t J F Farrior 8 to A N
MKv,; 2 to Loihatri 3- Younag.

_'CC H.A NGE on Ie--Orlefuns, for sale bv-
12_AlJan-j -- '-f'+ "' 3. DAY & &O.

.. 150, l' R wfrd. "
V^]-fEREAS a tire occurred fi. this place on
. A I Mhe morning of the 2.tth .inst.,, under cir-
cumtarnes exciting sdspieio'n of 'its "berng tbe
work of an mineendiary; ["therefore, by lie pRower
in me vested, heweby offer the above reward for.
any irilfojmatirn that may-lead to the detectidoi
and conviction of such incefidiar or incendiari.".-'
N1M."M; BrPT', '".
MaydrP)-.r TenOi
Apalachiecla, March 27, 1847. "1-3 "
lu Mie Matter of the lEstate of
Jolinu TIcAVor., deceased. .
N"OI'ICE is hereby given that JOHN McAVOY
a native of rrfcland,, aged about fortyrfive
years, fair complexibnr light hair, about five feet
eight inches high, lately.d.ied in this city inWes-
tate; leaving properly to the.value of $31S, and
%v'1h no person within the knowledge of this Ad-
ininistrator of kin tolthe deceased. All persons
claiming to be heirs of said deceased, and all per-
sons having demands against the estate ol the'd&-
ceased, wilI present their claims within-one year
after the date of th-is:advertisement,wr,2..the, pr.o-
ceed,. of his plroperty, w\"ill be paid inf..othe Trea-
sury ,:f lthe Stale as jis by law required to be done.
tN order of L.,-'SPRATT, Jndrie of Probates.
Apala,-hicoia, March "20, 1l;47.- 10-Ct

While. Pige jLuinb<
2QjO^- ^UO/JUqt rdececTi. !
Hunter, from Both, M 'ino.--' '-+ -'-"
Jan 16 Ca:AS^O.(

-SUG AR .^NS at MAain~ i~t
Jan 23 5'; -- r... ^ *W. r. S"
Oqi I ianI^
1Q PCs ._ ,
10~t.. ; 3 Z'cg,3HperIngraina. ?ns,; .... "
:.3 --6 C OKOQ ., ^ ^.a
.2. a Stair ... s -'+-a
For iale bY V WM. G.,,,.I f _li .
Dec 5 ".-:'4m.

W islnr's. Balsa ni of WVild Cherry.
1C DOZEN. received and Ior sale bv
1- April 10 H.F. ABELL.

COLD Preyel CaqCt4ir Oil' and Saratoga Water,
--it received riid Tor dale by"
April 11 .) H. P. ABELL.
Fresh Tamarinds.
A SUPERIOR articl-e, .'u r received and. for
sale bY [.ipril-'2] J. C-. ALLEN.

_*i O'fA'aPsS <^et's'ririe C'^r..r+j6-;
1., 300 prs --"" .*.a/
ForsWaeatlo"1w vice3,-.l -. '
Jan 9 S. ,X,,' -E .-:t; t

. ......: Flower SedB.:-,".
A ssN 'ssorunemt of Flow;er SesC',.j
aild rr sa-lebhy pin .... + -
J.n 30, .. J 0M-A

llair luvigorator. :-
P"HALON'S Chrrnica[ Hair Invig6rator to pre.
,.nt ihaldne-s and gray hair, for sale hy
A.v l IJ J..C. ALLEN.

,U-A COFFEE; Viiemand -+ilWta^ -" -
". Sm'gar; .Segars various .Brands.__ w...""- "
per schr.Cinde"ella, from Havana, and - _iM .
by B. ELLISON & .
Fcb 0 .24 Wat' 1. .-

French Potatoes.
0-0-r" HAMP-ERS in fine oider, just received
ey\}\} and lot sale by .

_XCHANGE nn Rr.ston, Providenve, New
"Yorkand Baltimore bought, and sighl checks
-N'ew Yiirk sold. hvby


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