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:
October 28, 1847
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).

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elL "' u llr Ddrcctoi'g.WILLIAM 1 ._ -.- :.uu. nri Dfurctorn* LEONARD SCOTT: CD'S LIST OFI I S Joct4. I II but moments of anguish; will force themselves upon a cold!), unheeding tar. The catalep.
ill n -- -- --. ----- FOREIGN PERIODICALS. !I ==:. ,::::::::::::-:::::"'- -::--= =-:: :____ _--=--= upon her, and she prays in secret that sy is not feigned'-a blood, vessel has broken -
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., -:" > cV Co., bourse Stone roois. RE-PUHL1CATION OF VILLAGE GREATNESS.BY she may be yet spared to her family.holifa's' .- and the last act in the domestic tragedyof
FsI11'B.. Elliliu; : & Co.,
THE I LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW Christmas: approach: : and 'thefamily this noble wonaiVa life i is at an end.
\' .Dll S\ I .C It.. r', No. I MV' ;tt erst t reef, THE EOINUIIRGIl: I REVIEW, group are gathered around their I .. ----. -

ICII. ,: ,< ;. ; i: 't:EI laE=-,. IIAlll\VAHE, Dec I la Apalae'.iionla.: : : Fla. I I THE NORTH KR1TISH REVIEW, In every country village, where cheerful fireside. !Mary and her children [From the New Ycr!; 11{'!' tc".1

i'-'u'U'r; i; 1: d'' )I'f-, Hl)1o*=". HATS, '-- __ I THE I WESTMINSTER; I REVIEW, Ten elmnneys' smoke rmimc the air, had not forgotten the wants of the poor in i A :SKETCH; FROM TIlE C'UTAIN.

I 'TiN VVi-VU': :I''KI':ltHIP Lorkiart A:;: VCOMMISSION ;. Contigious to a steeple, this inclement season. Many a family
Avn1 poor I
e,1 I \\LL1; : nY; \-c. : I and K (Ht WAn DIN G Gentle folks are found, a score, I I1&0 bless them for the cheering warmth that Twenty years ago I made the acquaintance
invigorates -
i 21 \\'r street.Apahelucola:. Fa. MERCHANTS I BLACKW001TS EDINBURGH !\1.\n \ZI\E. \\' can't associate any more ; their beautiful limbs. of Lieut. .then! a pas-r-d midshipman -

23 No. :Wetter street in the United States nvy, now in
With "
liD The above Periodicals in New common country people. It is Christmas day. The family ret urn
....-- nov21 Apalachicula) Fla arc roprinteil I command of a very saucy little craft, which
KarelinMB ._ from church.
.J. A
E. York immediately on their arrival by the British Jack Tallow, born among the woods, plenteous dinner crownsthe has not been undistinguished in the recentnaval
\S1'i 0 1 11 ,l1:1t1EnCIIA: :? : T, J II\lI.\1I DA\ DANIEL J. DAY.T. steamers in a beautiful clear type, on fine white board], and) several poor actors who haveno
From rolling logs now rolls in goods movement on the coast of Mexico.
.1' .j; Columbus Huildm s,
'; 45jii.5; 'c. \.i. Apalachicolj: r'a.jjlh Dar V: Co., paper and are faithful copies of the ori inJIBr.AcKwoOD'S Enough awhile to cash on- cheerful home are invited by this amiable I' The acquaintance was; made under circumstance

__---- COMMISSION:: ::: : 1 MIUSCIIANTS i I MACAZINI: being) aa exact facsimile family to partake their Christmas cheer.
Tell; negro: stnri smokes cigars so singular, that: their relation} even
: of the
Edinburgh edition.
iliilierl*. All*'" 6.Co.., No. :;Winer ?trrft, I The evening closses with blind' mnti* !buff, i
rS V HXK! "\\KK AND: SHIPvniFRY. Dec 5 Ajulaciiicola! Fa. The prices of the RE-PUINTS: are less than one Talks pOltlc-tccid: : on wars- and other noisy and the whole family. i at this l.uo. Jay can| fail to interest-

, ... \L : Ih.J\! ;: : IU..L.IL ., {;:3- Also, A?<'nts (for the l .-Etna ln-nranceCo." i third of those of the foreign copied, and while they And lives in stylish; fa hion. in the games frolics. The winter I I tliM reader.It .
jf .u\ .. ,' .\"jl t"A" .'f"J'I '.,', the" Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart- I arc equally well gOt up they atlbrd all that advantage merry proved was in iibrallar.; I w? pas..jng a coffee
!'jhr." Iron and ord Iii3urauoe ("()." ilartfurcl, Cunu.Iacr to the AlIEltlCAover the ENGLISH Tim Ox Goad, lately from the plough, ) more than usually severe and, i in spite of house much frequented} by English anti
4j4fl. Cop- -- ---------- -- -' -'
t : ;( r. : all her. suffered
: j.JJhrpfz"II reader. A polished gentleman is now, precautions, Mary much .
officers;; when
If Jv ()1UCS, my namo
. j (zrc.c.fll from its Still
And her
talks of
per "country fellows! severity. sufferings are
Apal tCItCOLlFa. COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, TERMS. caller! I turned! and saw standing iu the
jo ; Uut ask! the concealed from all eyes-she will not
1- --- also..lyHf'1 PAYMENT TO BE MADE I.V ADVANCE. fop what book he's read, poison I door a young man in the tmdres of our
; WM. \or. Ct flCF.\" You'll Snd the the happiness of tho e dependant herb
the brain of his head upon
'" ),W, 1 1 ; for For! any one the four Reviews $3 per annum. pan I service. He approached[ flW. s-iyin: -
im'". iV discover, SUN MUTUAL: IXSU'f: (? \NTE: COMPANY: For two, do. .* As empty as a bellows.! ) speaking of her sufferings. She devotes I Cap'ain chime llrig "Mtmtnoutli.

)011 :* I 1.\ :\1E1C If A NT :S, of fie Cif of .'1/(, Yui/r, any > herself more than ever to her arduous pro I! I believe ?"
CO \, x,,. 21 Water ,.yf, f't. For any three, i\\ \ 7"1.'Of Miss! Fiddle: I htciy from the wheel
h. :; .1.,1: Wall>r .t t tr't.! fession. Her children ; her for
ie all 1 four of the Re-views. S" repay every "
1 I Fla. same, sir. I rerJii ",I.
Awl.ii'hioola! Fa. I'e insquite lady-like to feel,
.. Dec 12 sacrifice. have all the of
,.,< dl'd JT ; For Blackwood's: a azillc, T< They advantages "I am 't1 r. : midshipman. ot
----- -- ---- -- passed
rTOM\-V--" I '-.--- *I... 1 B. H.\.I..w. \V'i. H. S ortcr A: Co. I For P.I ack wood and the:! Reviews. 10,00 And.talks affectedly genteel, care and education that the wealthiest can .'I I the United States sloop-oi-war now

iT. '. ,.:) : &t Thtku, DEALERS IX: t ;< >' IfS; i I CoMillMKIU'IIANT.S. IO (\fj-;::: All communications! u1l1 be addrc !!cJ' Aid sings;: some pretty songs too ; enjoy and what recks the devoted motherif i j lyiny at Port Marion i am here on feavr.

,- \1 \1 j .-; t (.' x; MCICH.XT: t : ?, : : ; (post paid) toLEONARD But m' veracity impeach, her heart's blood must prove their nourishment. i ami(none of brother officers hand

11 ,11'I:i.M i.-C .::.'. 4.. n',, : terr.-.-,.-1.II t Hrs..n No. 11 V.'alorSlrcrf. SCOTT &. CO Publishers If shec-an tell what part of speech I | render my artat
| to me that: service lmn..! request -
1- At'.Uaetjic Apalaohicola, Fa. 70 Fulton St., New York.
,j ec n Gmtility belongs to. But a greater trial awaits her. The scar- !! of fellow
---- ---- -- you :1S a countryman to
--'l'.HJni-- l'r'i1zflt:1filAX D. B5. Wood & Co., TO THE rrr.Lic. \\'ItIjcut one spark of wit refined, let fever is raging through the city anI 1 of[ pert'ol m."

n K<;:I Ii I\; ;1 [ AXO TODACCO CO I"\l1S5O\! : ,ANI: I F 0 RV A: R D ING THE II0.1IE .JOUnx.\.t. Withtut one beauty of the mind, I I hat fatal kind that sweeps off whole families I I .. I !shall be ;>lad to learn, how I can be of

III 1ypE5'! I'j) KWOKF.U. :MERCHANTS: EDITED HY; MOUUISfe WILLIS.ri"BLl : Genius or education in its march. The mother trembles for :', service to Mr I rrpliptl. with rather

v., K V'it.r si.- )-."- '-' *;o**"',<' "rii: rwrt.jj No. 7, Columbus Row, Or faniiy fame her offspring and for a time they are spared. a formal bow fer oticer in the
.J. \ or to b'ast; I'I ; our )01111-4
I- Fa. Nov. 2S 1':; M. \1' i1t. -i1iC'II; : One from the
o.-, A-.uluchici-la: FI'l.- evening; upon returning theatre :
'" -----.----- ---. -- -- :: : To see seen GENTHY rule the roast t. Mediterranean were tot much in tire- habit

it II. & J. 31. I!"*-!. -- AI.VA Wn.n"t.. A. MuKs.NziE. .1t Two Dollars ptr annum. lunis patience to \'c.xation.To and visiting, as was her wont the bedside: i I getting into !silly scraps anti I sa' |>ecte,l
J. of the little she i iI

FACTOR'' & t\.MiiiS V;.11'l ilK'ct, COMMNSIjN I 1 : :MERChANTS; IN Novemberc commenced l the publication cl-ar such rubbish from the earth, I the uneasy tossings of her boy. The nurse in which I was asked In figure."

t'i S V.j. I* APu.AcimoLt, F'.\ No. 1-2! Wat.stvvt, of this family newspaper, on a new and novel Thourh H'aI! genius, mcntle worth attributed his feverishness! to a slight cold It is a littJo affair which will detain \ou

4V 4V i i *c jo" Sept. 1 > !li.; AtvdluiicrlaFa.S. : plan. No similar: work, intended to contain the Aid science will attend you, but the mother's feelings were at once alarmed. only a few minutes. Captain ,** -the

(: ;:i f. ,;.,;,. .r Ion \Julln. EI'l'lU':: '\'. R(' ('rs. PICK of the news: elegancies: opinions and literature You night p.s well! the sty t refine, !. She removes the child to her couch officer reml1l..cdHth smile.
"" l J. SuhisTi'r. young -.1
1 flia. f toK( rs & Co.. of OMT time to CUM from the wilderness: cf Or t before the swinelIey'd and watches over him until toward I
\ViIOLE-5.\LE: AX : RETAIL (;{tnCEnl'.J.rlicu1 ) r> your pearls morning; The fact is that I have one duel to tight
1r COM1t''I.X t : < MEICHANTS, the hour's ever ll-nvermi; caprice, and to 1EtCCEthe ': only turn to rend when his fever subsiding he fell into a quiet and
::;- ;a'ti-ution: ,..j14I! l i ti jmuing up good things: el-; \\oA ii\ the bewildering float you. I peihaps more, within five minutes, arilin
\\ td'' !'trl' ;, sleep. Overcome exhaustion she :
by : too
awl *
ini'ioit! r-liip! torcs.No. that coffee house. I
of novelties adrift! !had been previously attempted j was going out tit
A.tbcilclaFa ac; --- --
.1:: !12 .I 1 1'J Water t remt t, slumbered. She awakened the sudden !
was by hunt
-- --- - by others. .I !!IIitcLIantotui : up a countryman to act a my ,
-- C. H. Co.vjfEiiv. X'JII 1 A1a1.trhiefllaFI1.! Thate have 1 ibored in start of the little sleeper, and rousing I ub "
successfully n
f.. \. GUr: .' S : our vocation -.- _. -- --- you passed.
-- (:rt!cn & rnniaery. I S ll. T. _1h'II.! I and produced a paper .lemarkable for its interest -- -- -- --- herselfshie perceived that the child's fever I He hastily explained% the origin; of the

COMMISSION 1 I MEItCILANTS \Vigaj-tt.: \ 'II) ftC I' \11. value ai.d popularity, and one adapted to From Peterion'T.lgazine.: .] was rapidly increasing. She thought she : difficulty, proved to use that he wa> right.

No. ;}.j, \1.1t.'r 1>,ret't. DEALER IX D.'lUiiS! MEDICIXE] : :*!, PI.lTS.OILS the wants ot ALI CI..\-SES: OF SOCIETY, we have :MARkELLIOT.. perceived beneath the surface of the skin! the and I resolved: to see hiia through.Vc!

.\l'U.'lue'n.&., r&. tLASS &.<,., f"c. sniDcient! evidence in IInr extensive and rapidly dreaded indications of scarlet ferer.Iedi: I entered] the housf. i in the public -room of
I Piliean:; ::h''/ il T Insurattrr ("'?. <>f' iYl'J.C York. j\lsn-Aj. "icral as .)rtinent ol tatinerv. increasing circulation, in the universal commend :: DEHUTANTE.BY : cal advice at once summoned. The which I uas introduced to seven freight

i'l\-! \. 'iUKfCX f Agent.p (! 'T'. o1' Ciet! nut aJtJh'r ?: tnetA'MJi : I.., it ion cf the public press and, above all, in the MRS. r.4Ier.IE: STARK. physician confirms her fears and advisesthe ; English naval officers, of whom held in
:N .; '.Vatei stiod.Joint ; A .I1jrieft1a! Fa.i ll it t It-ring encouragement and cordial approbation! one
'(c'i i. : I H I instant removal of the little
.- .- --- -_ __.. ___ : cf our numerous LADY READERS in every The arrive at their lodgings-her stage girl. his hands a p-iir: of fine duelling! pistols. Ho

--- j.55II1tias,1, ?!. D. IJav:5ci, section ol the conntr\.'. attire brown aside, and, enveloped in a The dread of infection is so great; that it I was the second of the oilier parly, and, \vc:

H'CTIOS' 1 Fn! AXH CO M :MISS IONMERCHANT X''). 2 Columbus: JJm'.dinrs! ,' The scope, design; and! character of thC' Jf.\u: wrapper, she}; !hastens to the couch of her is found impossible! effect this and an up- stepped aside to make! the ecessary pre.

II'I : J 1)r'. .,!.I,. 1-1">. ,A-tl."fncola; : !! F'a.S1Siv JOUU.VAI. tiller! t Iron tlmsv.-, of any newspaper sleeping; children. She kneels by their I per room is devoted to her nursery. Night pHations.Vhile the preliminaries for the:

:Nj.V.T: !-'..n't. ---'-' ---- heretofore! established. The contents are fitted I side. "May: (:Sod Almighty, bless and preserve draws !near and the mother rejoices that her fight are bein: arranged, the reader may as

i 811:1'1": ;: : 'J'I":" .\'L-\CII'-OL'' ; FaJ ; n nia'aiu to engage the at lent ion of the man ot busine --- -- C\t\1: : I ISSION: I :M IU.'lI.T: .
: be a source ,t elfirant instruction and entertainment Tl child he does
evening. e
exclamation! her fall grows worse, The English
; is tears their naval orlicers for several
S 1',.. r. Fn''hn', V. : V.'itu I' ..trt'-t! !KpslairsM ;; : : to the domes!ic fireside and lamily cir. I upon -
I : :xE; \.1 l r r .;ivi.: ;. F* ::\\\.J"f" v*> & > *. I 1,1-1 ">. Apa1ar'Ii'3laV.!, ce! and it combines the! striking and novel attractions blooinic laces. They turn in their sleep, not recognise any one around him. TIr1I10l.TICr years after the conclusion of the !.m war.
will let
I ..-I'-li--*' : >. JJ.vNI. -------- with the interests and lull'awake, murmur, dearest mamma not any one with omitted no opportunity to instill our officers
,1' the
( X j.i \NVatet AI.UEHT DJ .; :. CHAULES 1'1l.TT.ud ( newspaper more abiding I her care of him. At midnight she hears a
i. :-1r..f. : of the class of periodicals. It is itid encircle her with their arms. Her and provoke! them into qubrreft.VItea!
( higher
f. :; .\,) i.tli'fl1i. FU.v. S 2) ::(' t\: Pratt, : the door. A h horn the
--.. -. .. .. -----. MERCHANTS, printed in the foul form, on brot and superior I overrent heart relieves itself in tears and tap message nurse they could not get a representative ct"the)

I I :'. \ CZi5Ci2. SHIPPING N'j.COMMISSR'N: ,J'J' Water Srit; paper on :i new ckv.r type, obtained! expressly. I j, caresi-s, and she leaves them to their slum- I of her liitle girl desiring to see her.-she ling from the ;government; servire. they

!' '. : K'h'coia! Fa- Lr the prrpose[ ; and is, in its" ss h'Jle arrangement; | hers. A supper awaits; herself and husb. 1c). chanjrt! }her dress and hastens to the <:lith!. I would seek one 1:1 the merchant lIar'IlDd'
\ no ,: : ; AN !) COMMISSION: Nfl v22 \p j a.
MERCH: .\ 7, f. --- -- .. -- -- -----..-- amid dotaiN I a most I favorable :::specimen \il l t the hetypographical -! i Theysil down, and) now (for the first they God help the poor mother The children ate captains of trading: u's..ewere more than
Ji. !t. 'i'uvlor, skill of I the count rv. In additionto I in the same room and as< evening approaches
realizi that the hideous want which once compelled tu notice insults thus
SI,: .1/, .I"'rtrt <.,.jPubfie Pali winze.'I spectre gratu-
I IH! ; .\'u.\.cac'JI.A. FA. COMMISSION:; : ANU FORWARDING these; and as one of its most valuable\ pecufiar-: has hajnted their footsteps is to be bnmsh- the mother feels she she must leave the III. ito>Iy (lfi retf..

-- ---- -- -.. MERCHANT: tics, it is in reference to the diversity ot talent. | ed.nlie manager has placed a draft in herhiusbaid's For the first time she feels the galling of At Gibraltar and Port Mahon there had
No. 2. \ xttrtret1) employed it, the cfn-aj-cst in theL'mtcd
:ate & Slorac, I : upon jjojur hands left the theatre the chain. been several duels and at the !latter
.. \Ilarhirnh. Sttt,.- j I ere they ,. place
I, C I'. ,*-4'1 ).'"" ,. ,;.1.IINT' '", JI :? 1) _ _ _:_ _ _ : and] itsamuunt justifies their leaving these Those who depend upon he public lor I they were of such frequent
: i ...: ( -; ., : .-Is all 1'/ : buck xiitnt'trs t f t'tt "'01 It tare m- occurrence
\ !N.cj' _. ;1'S i U.I R. \Vo< D. I\\lhcly tJtfiamslol, ii'e hare this slay Saturday,, | comfoiless! lodgings. They retire with'I maintenance must answer its demands.- that it was usual to say on saluting; an acquaintance -
S. 5 I ,t..:;. AM7: ihMN.I V/ooil h thf :!L\t cf .///.-{ AND: I) C'.1MISSION: i
: 1 '', AucT1orERs! NTS; I IOMK I : : JUt.:1lS\Lflll' tltf'f'.rl'TC/JJ accommodation!: able tcsustain this fearful trial. The next heart she leaves her children to the care 01'1. the victimtoday-was the Englishman
:Mr.ur! ;H I \ i
NJ (,. la'n.' <: Huisdin I! 1 J:.NEW: .,I.: "CHIUERSant, ll't thtftfliTl' rffpCCl-' I day tlry take a small but comfortable house. her husband! and their nurse. Ah who killed! or did the. American take the bullet -
1:11 xa'd McCaJy. ) : fully rcgiitf't that nil 7/.1/0 intind la/dri tIlt that enraptured audience, as they ?"
Q.-t. :rjh;I ] j near ate of the [)arks, here the children among
AUCTIONEER I ; jiapirtt'tll CHHiwtire thiir tu'iscriptions rath! I I can repicc in the free air. A middle aged hung entranced] upon her accents, could In the case now referred to, six: or seven
ii.\.n'9iu t\: 0", /''vy v nt ?zumIa.t''vo. I at the concealed in that bosom. .
guess agony English! Lieutenants had studied for the
their former is reinstated iuherjov'ul ,
No. \\Ti..r ."et wumac nuisc,
V >.h"c"! 50, -r ,
C 'J )1.\11 1 :s:14.: ) \ M i; it C i HAN T S, Dollars, a ear, or three copie5
The is and she hastens home.
.'.sii !Iii( .\,\iiUcUic., Fa. these her I pl.iy over, week that friend haJ (been stopping in
.. I charge over darlings. my
Nt). 45;: \\ dtdtr. ', for five dollars;, iris aribly in: advance. -
1 ----- -- -- Aiul.whieolj, F'1. The i and aida She enters the nursery. The dejected Gibraltar, how to him into u qnarrc1.I .-
Oct. !t. !. .. The HUMK JGCKNU is sent by mail to all nunager smiling courteous : get
I>. imforfi --- - -- ---- part of the United States, the British Provinces large salary is agreed upon. :Mary is to looks of the watchers give her ui Itope.I .- I They settled on t the plan at f la.t t. aud !lost:: nu
AUCTION; AND *I' -MMSSlyXMA ; : : .\:\ .J. t.'. AIli'K, I'
amid done in times in the I The little girl is rapidly growing worse, and time in putting it into execution.
x u (;ExIt.T; .v;'JN r, 'VII t.I.! tI& I ". ,. L ,..\ f.,;Fu.jIi .\L.C '-. ,:s. -'lEl/lf'l>'. I PA i ,T--: (JILSULA5 with the utino-sf pnnrtuilify and despatch. i her fornrr friends call; upon her. She receives the parents gaze at oue another in mute Lieut. was sitting in the ;public

& itt ,I& ii J'I..dlf!! on "rr. HI t'S; l:1.!: :') &f'. Subscriptions, orders remittace:*, and ill cotri- fiem coldly, tiiotigli civilly, and listens despair. Another fearful day is passed. room of the coffee !house, quu-tly drinking!

lU-I'ets; t., OJ I,. rnmica1iuls. n.Ust be ;:rjlrts't'tlo..t\, paid) to the '! to heir compliments an indifferent Again the mother is obliged to tear; hciselffrom his wine and! leading a nev>jn.j>eiOne ot

B HIIL",,, ) .. .'1 ::i n- 1':1 ft"iirttrH'nt ( f Editors, GEt MORRIS: i air. Sic cannot forget their deseitiou of,, her darlings. She goes and is dralt'u-I the English officer-, whu was reckoned onexcllent
r.G v 0,', .1I... flOS! nL.\\I\: "'T.\.TI'\1 Y, <':e.: .Vc. N. p. WILLIS, I! ; ed the that rewards her efforts. '
I by applause
)t'' 0\1'. S her in icr hour of need. She fiuds her shot, commenced walking up and

:l ,.r ;. U-VMC ac :\ csr.zin, Aj } } 1: ),.c cor.i of Cii-simt 'c: CcinnTctreet AtIadneoIaF'Ia._:<, __.\_uZut 21 1 1M7. __ 107 Fulton-street. greates happiness with her children. Her With aching brow and despair at her heart down the room, passing and re-pussiug: the

s ll. 1 :!II'! 'I N, 5JJtrofcasiounl -- --- -- THE NEW-YORK noble boy is placed at one of the best schools. she flies home. Another night of anguishand ; ; American Lieutenai.t: upon whose toes heat
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-- SCIENTIFIC A.1I12ICICAN.Third and hci cherub girl rejoices with great glee sorrow Towards morning the sufferings 1 length trod. Lieut. looked up,

TCotictB.J3l3chic,1u. lCTOaXIJ CtJWI1IIEHCILT:; ,! : : over th treasure of toys mamma has be- of the little ones seem relieved and the Englishman;; bowed} and said!, beg
No.2 Water trl ct,
> Amlachicola! Fa. Year. Etowed. Her husband looks upon her with gaspingly the mother awaits the physician'scall. your pardon sir, ;an aeccident." Lieut.
Dec 5 : :
"\\14' 'l\EY!) (HEEX 1. H.'r ). .- --- .-- --- Thi? popular; Scientific and Mechanical Journal pride aid joy, and she feels tint: the dark Alas the fatal decree has gone forth. bowed, and went on with Ills paper.
tV .! .... The of mortificarion in the .
..tvi'ryGaoc11tS oJc. : (which Ins already: attained the largest circulation cloud! his passed away, and the sun of pros. appearance The Englishman again; passed) again; trod
,;- \1 :> !I.luu.J: J ;*t 1.i.i r" "i.Lncf: cc.rner ot : x C> ) \\I\lI ?:-If I MIJRCIIANTS, canker spots in the throat announce that i on the American's toes, and again: apologized -
Uatrc ai'I: ': iL.t.t! strec-J-: (::11;' iite the :Mansion No. .li WaiTMr. of any weekly! paper of the kind in the perity i rising upon t them. Relived! loin their ..
: and the hope is'all] sufferings, : Beg purdoti. ar, an acci-
Huu! e. Nov ;.. Aj"la"hie Fa.COMMISSION The winter has pissed, on approach your .
Hi) .c rt; will its THIRD VOLUME
_ world) commence .
spring, Mary; and her husband go I the beautiful little ones by, bill their fast : dent." Lieut. bowed and resumed

Dr. A.V.. ( haplnall, I:ilwal'd .MCCTIIy, cu; .Saturday, Sept- 25th to Phikdclphh.. The like success attends I failing breath and! alabastercountenanccs an- his paper. The Englishman allowed five

{:jo O.ljc.rth ruii-Stur ct J5. S. hawley, :: : : :MEIJOIIANTTT: > DEALER Each number <>.r The Scientific American conainslioin her thcie. Many of the first families call I nounce the near approach of death. The[ minutes to pass, and then, for the third

(: 'jiirc( !wtr'J! trc."t.) Jlesidence at th: IN DRY (ioejDS. AND: ( ;ROCLRICS' FIVE! : to SEVEN: ORIGINAL : upon her, and her graceful, winning man- parents, stunned with the heaviness of their time committed the offence, repeatingwitha

t\la'it eU:,,:ij ',::('II'/j.d: Ly J Dr. UailZtili.J ( No. rj Water street. CHANICAL I I I ENGRAVINGS ; a catalo \IE-I net s se-ve to rivet her claim to their admiration sorrow, gaze speechless upon them. The mocking! smile, ihe apologetic! words,

_J : } l-j, l-4r.$ 2-tfV. fi'cj; ---. --Ap.iinrhicoln-: : Fa. AMERICAN: ; PATENTS: as issued from the J and respect. They proceed to the hours creep by and as the day fades these Beg your [pardon sir: an accident."

-- ---- ----. Florida. glorious little beings wing their way to their I Lieur. calmly laiJ aside his
State the warmhearted paper.
1'atent Office! each week ; notices of the progress j South. She is greeted by -
\ G. Itl. Davis COUNJ'V O F I F'ILk N K LI N.BY inhabitants with all that chivalric feeling heavenly home. Tearless, and apparently : arose, and taking the Englishman hy the
of all MECHANICAL: ; arid SCIEN'I'hl'IC | '
ATTORXilV: AN l IJ COUNSELLOR: AT L.\\':, virtue the powei ...t..u"'u' L-.e by law, I new inanilestcd by them, where merit and cold as marble the mother composes their.. P:lfil. Jclibt'r-trdy! discharged: a considerable

(J r s his! services to the j-uMic; in cither:
above capaetie.He door in the city of .Apal.ichiC"a: Franklin county and TRADES, with ENGRAVINGS; curious the heartfelt sympathy. of those around her. laud than her own is suffered to array them sized! quid, full into his face, saying witha

will; practice regular! in Franklin: Cal- on Monday: the twent> -fifth day of October PHILOSOPHICAL and CHEMICAL I :: experinents They leave with these kind friends for the last time on earth. All over she jeering laugh, / beg your pardon, sir, an
of lieanJ4 regret
l.1aa.Id Jd, k and will next, at the usual; hours of -ule, so much ( them with flowers and seats herselfto ile-nt."
>'jn Circuit Courts- uponr.uii.v.r ; the latest RAIL ROAD 'INTELLI- and the North. The strews acc
and return to summer
the ol Apalachicola! ,
'cttIii art as Counsel, in any CourtMuMk IyingOpjOStC watch. Blessed and beautiful: children. This settled ihe business, or rather put it
knllwn as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining as JENCE IN ; months she devotes to the children, and to
little \V ,tern Circuit. He will aUo, in the of The
-r You have passed hey-day in the train of settlement. Englishman -
l'lUCilst.! in Tallahasthe will be utFicier.l to make the s'nn of Three Hundred the di I MF.CIIANMJAL: MOVEMENTS: recruiting her system from the excessive away
the CQurtppcali at has not mar- the American the
fur the innocent happiness-sin challanged oji spot ;
'" and Seventy Dollars and costs: labor she has The instantaneous your
:*. be in series and ILLUSTRATED with i undergone. -
s I'"II/IS cf which lie will always published a ,
vesent amount of the State Taxesdue: from the Apa- I success that has crowned her labors, and red nor sorrow visited you, nor have you the latter accepted, claiming all the rights; of
at, ; accident.
"PaJadllcl: prevented S'by 1' IG, lachirola Lund Company; on 1 the( additional quantify more than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS, &c. the happiness that she has shed tasted of the bitterness of this world. the challenged party-choice of weapons,

--- :!, Scjitenber. ) of assessable! land.; I 1) il, in this- county, and &c. around consequent her domestic circle have hitherto The last rites are over, and the wretched! time and! place. This was of course conceded
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toTax for the one thousand eight hun that MERITS the their mansion.rf .- and Lieut. named the
A. G. Scitiines, liable year It is in fact a paper Patronage rendered her unconscious of the inroad that couple return to solitary pistols
dred and forty-five. of week is allowed! to the that the and the time
of all MECHANICS and MANUFACTURERS respite a weapons, room place
late hours and unceasing mental effort have
mother before she is again to appear before the moment he could find a countryman to
tr: Ojfrre, *\"o. J Clpt.11111101&; '" JIiiil1ing, and ex-oflkioTax Collector fur Franklin Co.Analachirola. throughout; the UNITED STATES, made upon her constitution. But when the
take note of time, and his second. On this t'rraUtihe encountered -
0or.(If Centre &, Cornmerre ,,tuets.Ajialachicola I ;. } April21.; IS 17. l.r: -' m and should be in the hands of EVERY ONE heat of the summer months forced! her to the public. They no act as
form her the and! returned after -
Tlov5 the first thing that aiouses Mary me at door
: Fla. that feels interest in the advancement of relax in her labors she consoles herself
-. Peter's Vegetable Ai til illions an hopeless despondency, is a remark that she an absence of exactly seven minutes. .
S -- in this with the thought that a few weeks of rest
ii. E. o\V'ATTORNEY -, I'iIIs.A Mechanical or Scientific improvements will her wonted health. to overhears from her old! nurse, u Poor Mr. The Englishman had, however become ac-

AT LAW FRESH! pplyju.t received and for saleby Country.It restore They go : Elliott, he cannot last long." She turns to custon\ed to Yankee punctuality in little
beautiful village on the Sea Shore-her
17 11. F. AliELL. i is in QUARTO FORM: conve- a and for the first time and expressed no sur-
{'L..y1'QBaruoltr County, .\labama.rIl __ April published children rejoice with the strongjoy of childhood her husband, per matters of this kind,

\ 2 ,.JsF I;. 2-tf Pressed Cantor Oil and Saratoga \ niently adapted to BINDING, and furnished to in the healthful and invigorating ceives the ravages trial care and disease have prise at the suddenness! of his reappearance. -

--- -- -- -- _ -- COLD received and fur sale by Country Subscribers at the LOW PRICE ot breeze and their beautiful mother mingles; made upon him. She rouses herself to .

John IJilbo, __April 10 H. F..!AT1ELt.:.... TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLARIN with their sports, and shares their happinese. .. become once more the devoted! nurse. It vvaa arranged that the parties should.

ATTORNEY: AT LAW |Floriila Molasses.IN ADVANCE and the remainder in Six They return. An engagement 5 ir I The week expires ; she must attend the sit at opposite ends of a table, about twenty

ALBANY, GA. tierces and..barrels, for sale oy Months. Address, formed with the theatre. The same deafen. manager's summons or be held responsible feet long, which was in the centre of the
\ several Court of the ELLISON & CO. The is Fazio room. I was to give the signal" _re you a
'\ylLL practice in the B. MUNN( & CO. Publishers, ing applause crowns her ellorts, but alas., for a large amount.
South-Western Circuit, and Thomas and Feb 20 ____ 2 1 Water street. New-York. she feels the canker worm of ill health gnawing ,. mechanically she prepares her toilette-she ready .' Fire-one-two-three"---the parties -
tea'an 123 Fulton-street, between the count their pistols
counties leaves for the theatre. The play commences to ;
,"illclow at her bosom. She carefully conceal::I i
ug.5,1I5.L' .31-tf POST PAID. remain the.table until the call-" areS
rccei'eJand and the anguish of her soul breaks its I to on
-- '.. A LARGE lot, of assorted sir.esjuit: this from all. Even her husband's anxioo: ,
---.- ---..- --- -- .L1. for s.lle hv.. love divines not the fatal secret. She is ga V icy bonds, and brings down peals of ape 11 you ready 1"I
I!F.R INSPECTOR -The undersigned June J2 H. F.; ABELT4.Btiley's hops, her consummate The I glanced at my principal as I was about
1 I acting.
and animated in her domestic circle, ant plause upon
Fall for sale
-- by
-- Crop .
jM. :; been appointed Inspector; of Lumber --- -- FRESH audience theiii to give the signal,. and was struck with tho
1 ; I I play proceet.s-the suspends
the Tonic ITlixtnre.rplJIS 17 11. F. BELL. devotes herself as ever to its wants am'
th County of Franklin, offers"his services to .. of his countenance. His lips
if valuable roinpouml fluid extract ol f fL .-.- -- -- --" The wakeful hours and feverish breath at witnessing the acting of the cata-! expression
.public that and will attend to all a cares.
d utles in capacity, Cinchona and Rubia. a vegetable febrifuge :, Camphor and Piperine, !ust re- throbbings of the pulse arc known to he r lepsy that follows! the denunciation of Fazio,I were slightly compressed ; his brow was shutdown

; PI ertainins tos-aid appointment. and >. Sold I by QUININE for sale by then thunder their 31)plausc-ll (f.tlh I (if I may so use the term) ovci !bisi'
CORNELIUS: GRADY..Mirch2 for the cure of Fever :\31)1 H. F. ABELL. alone. She still hopes to avert the evil hour, they
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eyes, which were fixed like those of n man I Senaiors' : while: eight voted for the Adams no fe-ir?, it i H true, of a defeat ; for our --CO m RfITC'AnvER Tli Ii | on the evej of an election in his own Stale THE[.F'or-. EXT the GENERAL TalUhasare S-a-,. 1

in fit. assumed llhe broad and ultra position, A-bili I
: ( l i' 1!v I. I lionps mtibt be exterminated befote I they can boldly Ir'
The election of
.. Are you ready ?1" 1 exclaimed.! The Cr.uvfoid( I I'CIa: adopted in the be n hipper! Bill 1 it i is melancholy! I to t think '- ---- --- ---' maintained at the South tint no restriction: I the Senate the Hon. K n' t"

'l'he panics took up their pistols. Senate: on the lOut lOcll1lrc 18 of the thousands( 1)1' lives lost in battle ; the APALACKICCLA, THURSDAY, CCf. 2iCt7, can constitutionally be I imposed[ upon the 1 t lo as ; in Nassau, ,fly t b. 'I"", '

Fire-one-two." :\ots ] 3. t1 Ir. H I\\m.t. one Sev- I thousands; of widows and I orphans ,made ; :- 'I upon securing ;, ma,,, '
; ;; authori/cd; rights of Southern men I lo enter freely with in i i .the l'Iae.: (for '
Therevasa single explosion. Thr Kig- I e"lishtn.msptungfieim iICCfl( who had. voted for Clay, voting in I ihe l thousands of hapless sobl'ers:: sacrificed fcrtbe following gentlemen arc I we car trcl S"doul .

!his chair, and fell I tt.i. I llie!' afliimitive, aid I Nelson (Adams) I to an tir.natnial; dimale-antl all because l'IIIS for the CumEltCI.\I: ADv IrflOr.r., and will their property into any territory which tn-iy: : ol the result of the I'If"'iai' ,;1"

vily fin iho fl" or, his t pistol going() off as; he being" absent. I h ere has been mismanagement somewhere, eceive and receipt subscriptions, or advcrtifeW.M. be acquired-and that no such compromise for b Senai.-r.; 'ami I he-Id) jesierday! jr p:*'tr.. I

came to the grot'irl. Tinball fiom the On .1 joint ballot!! of the t two I Houses on in not at once s-euding 'i force into MexicostiKkieut I1h'UI- as that entered into in the ca.e Missouri,, : .1.\1.trorr'-,)and I).we now w .i'i 4() h4, '
pistol of my fiieud h id') entered his : : I lntiist's c 1 15' h November, (some of the I Crawfoid I in I crush opposition and picventIhe \V. CitFcvr .T:sq.. Albany! Ga. roe! .Ie to ascertain u)11eihp,
lIIla'j Major JAI UAUUMAN. liulaula.( Ala. can be properly made by'ilh Seriate majority will I be ,five '.
eye and lodge.I i iu his br.u'ii, turn having \.II.t will tli..- :\1111'( men for t I neccssiij' nf such: I I U-irible battles: t as I B II e- eir.5 _. -- -- As for 1h" Hemse
depriving him of tali,. I the' Aii.ems I lickci io i I the A-sembly, on lie I ti:Vista.. Chttrnbiifco, Monieiey and Mexico ] --- -- -- -- such pictures before us, how can we do we catii.rdi, VUflJrt .

Is Jentlemen" said' i'.>p survivor addiessing ), 'Kith: I lIlt Adams:% I lid.CI.IS nominated: bytli'l Theie i is a feaifnl reckoning: lo be F03J: : PSSKSIDEKT, otherwise 1 than ga/.e mournfully, upon them what will be lh I Whig iu.ijlrilT II ,: "

the Knghh) Offi.( es with a calmness '' House( in older to Ihrw out the Clay paid bv.. some one CallJ 1 r. Polk lay his ZACHARY nd speculate upon the future ? Hut were : (table.! dboun.I J, wbic.h IJenion we: tiletiCuuil[ "Lpt, '|" !'Iflt:.

that: appeared) ) : uuo.iural; and U'-Kit, an'd bring ;aJoUI a j : bnilot',) the: [hand l upon his heart ;ud say he i is u.lwllJ TAYLOR.u : Daife.r t. Le. t
jdll .- to shut, and not lo I I ""
Tf'\'ultin-I :-e disposed our Hillsboroiigh
SI I eyes are lo be 4r
Genlleltll'n1111, A I ticket iccnve-d -- yet 'bearj
ai;!l not I dll.; I t Tri t lie CravvImd ( uilill'ss ( g ,
answer 'lor that: -man's death.) I Jr'a.. I i titket 70, ami t there weic, t three blank TI1F STATE OF PAKTIES ATTIIE NOKTHIX draw any I invidious distinction between actions they vote as classed, then our Ho' '",:
you '
ivhostthimon-y..1 u IMVV followed:: ) Hlc"or 'ballots.! Si vi:n 11'101"11) \ tie on both Vlf.OROL-3; PUOSKCUTION' OF THF. WAIt, KLSPECT TO THE WILMOT PHO- I l and opinions, so different as ihose "ilV will he Jive. Hut vvi-l""r. II

whole week with tl' ( and _uV'e miii.t a war which is more V1O.! that I Calhoun has; elected! a It 'Um. .
n i insults wht.-h I J'a.: at ii 'ra\fill Clay Tickets leceivcd 9j wage before recited the People would nut be- wi.-," '" 1.'

last comjH'lleel; notice., Are vii m,, saiisjied.ll: : :iit(.s. Twcn'y five pcisnns Oi) I the AehitnstilLei like p war and less like a peace"- Haft- The nttitude assumed by a portion of the I and 1iollu! what is parsing. ( ii r Kasl'-rn: I"Orr..pllll'I"II'; ) t|Ih".k? Vir.,|
quiet Si. Lode has done '
f entlemeri, or would yon Ii:,' t to avpugr r the were cbo-eu, aid for lour there was In!tOil lJ{ion. Noilhrru Whigs in respect to ihe Wilmol the same*. ,In b'

ile.ith you h'H'c' caueduud: as he mte-ied 1"0 I'\oin'. (;.lhe! l IGth(; November these 'For months: past the ear of the countiy: -The h I limes are out of joint," and) every event (if Meinioe and L. 'y vnre as ,: .tcI.l

these last: words he I sniveled i the gioiipof I 'lour \ .! ;\: .' wtJ' filled liom I the C1lc'lI.t ( d l his: been, dinned by the shouts of piai!e.s: Proviso has become a subject of se-rions I (hourippears| ; pregnant with matters of momentous i
Knglishoien with ,h (Irom 70! 8101 iai--ed) by t the ()rgin; :Washington; of I tli'-. consideration to I the \Vhigs of the oulh.I nine. It will rari'je "tllll"\\'ht'rf'| J wiu .
,.110 fr
an oxj'res ?iou ff{ countenanc : 11 /, ; : : : I importance to Southern I men they i ()in BI :
; .*"sci Ci1 churl iiuia,, ih it. it was. as in 75 i\'n- IllI' %names; on) the .\d'.lns ticket.Il \ii'r 111.1. ability with which the A lmtui>- and WP regret lo.say that we-, as a Southern/ S nillf" J 1 hf tlnndtun. in sm ,IflIIH', '

de.llIr designed ;il 1 lo be, .HJ I in..ulliu eae I hand I t.\a.; supposed; I thai:,! a lew Adams 1"1'u'tt' I nation his: rained cm ihe wat with Mexico i I Kditor can See but little- to :admire in the are on the alert lo observe any danger; that;! whig majority in I lh.* I House J I hi: ,,"''r.n"'.'.

(! one of the l io this the (_ l.! (tirl Ticket,. Xi.t. nnly -t.. but sin h w..s. ilie :ill-a--d vignrmis I threatens, and note carefully the quarerJ'ronz I the oversight I of not snf.truc: j ill "
every ;prisons addicc<'''. one il"ln'l'j' IiI '' l line of conduct) pursued l by a body of] : 'tr,,,}
of whi'tn iUlI'lC'l, look! it up, and) ch.dsiged ; with aIW id'ke epug;: Clay: eiiit ol theHouse I I pitMcnlion; !! ol I tinwai.. I th.n we weii great which it comes. Our Democratic, brelhereneif one side; as well as adding n> i\tf\ fill '

le"? t he ii lIlrc'l'. I 01! HI'PlnfliIIIH'S.I : which waselleeled -- i ..night IJailIII; luiikforwaiij III all honorable I. ol"lhfl"nVhig. the Press, never slow to lake advantage, which makes an important difference. "r

I ItI* I in Vfiiu that I pt.ttreled' again: l : the total ruutficr, cd' Eleclmal! vines I pence.' : J KIM: :f'lIl'I'!jls.I however have I taiiiihus I I We "bad long known that there weic' \TJIGS.Jos. .

am,! appealed fiiend given j lo Mr. Clay Ibiouahout the Union. u thai ]*eaee: i is as dtsiani. ;as it'a.. whet U of any circumstance lhat; m.; y tt'ndlu deprive L'scarntaQUikS. BKMS.
to my and his ;antigo-, I ; Xnrrhprn'hi who wished t to make I iheWilmol IViLSfinI"'l_

fists to put n so;> I to t this wholesale; ; '1IIIIclt"t for Pav-idetil, l. !being :J7. while }Ir. Ci ;i\for'i I Mr.1 Polk commtinid I I ihewirby pointing;.i Pioviso a I lest question in t the coming I the Whtg p.irly: of the confidence of r : J. W.: Cook.

Lieu said. to MJR n n let lv, Caj.i. 1 had11. i his guns% ) at the w n.dnw: >s ol M.'lainoriauc: : I the I People) are busy displaying tl hI' ditinelious St. IIosiiJohn CalhfHl1l-_
now.) we have: ihis O;'!' ( )tj.'ui; dei'birmstli i Pre ilf'nlial[ ; election but we Impr-d. ibai
if yo-i do nut wish in act as my .se To if t nHI to I ll-e! t'flilt'l Setiatrit S. : ; between I the conduct of ihe S1111t.1f1DCJlo'rlls I I CInin. Prartldin_
it we miff H'lixrft /ii r ir/i'nfi: is iiirti'dikti other counsels would and that "lit
cond oblige. HIP by leiinng- can get ahJII ., :Mr., V.i3 Bur1 :
without assistance.; '* t i-c'I e-fT-ti( M sustain: them, with ll.eparty it'n The and with l becomes; nf the Union's praises ol tl-evmc* u ihe South! ;are made; to suffer (for our connection
I MtiVtl Thus Mr.J Dowuebeing
pi'illll.i.f"t'I again the h thpeople. '
; se : any such policy> ; bill we fear that they U. J. .1.
rood* Kughsh'nan: fUot lie waf; in which lhfust I Nominated fori"cii'ciion: to the SetMie1.ard. and' ability v.'nh which the PIl. i.I.1I1 ha with those who are waging waragainst John Tanner Uwlsdnt"nr. _litcLe:

1 Jlall ;becsi killed and 1 latliiu of i'b'cli.-ii! t Ilu' r;in ifil on"; I he war ? Instead 11 viguinnsh! : II f' bent on mixing up slavery in the coming ,
; : gjju stoo.l up by t 'l'loplt'a.. ; Southern instil ii i mac. Happily for \ lIall.! I! A. K.j.sI'n !
and fhnvMi M.IVOI .p-ifcuiiug'! the war" \ 111as' 'Hike.a i election with the ;tboMcd, : AIi30n
cave the signal- :lfH'rwart (1 the City; of( New- ; parly questions. ( I I '
us. the people need no assurance of icier ut; j Shields.
44 Are .. I.h.--Iir 31 Ir. fJowiJiau held ". ar' w ? I h.ivethe I I C"iflll'Sn dec Ia rut; in''Ii hnve !
been warned
yon : ?-< n -!two. y.r ; ole 0 r mote olfiefslo t ts They : by leading ). M.lohnstonLeon\
I hat we !:ia\o cairieil osi a war \\ Iii,' I-ibhorrencc: ed such proceedings, -
wa any
The f'tltiitifti whchlC' oitiJed ;
thi' :! Mr.1 Dudley l '
explosion ivi-rel fvo. and ; U. H rail
papers; here and at home. t that; a rupture ol \\'e 11. i .'. K. \fa,
the EII:) !lisli1l1.tJ w.ts deal: shot Hi ihe S4tme wis sueecs-sively ele.:i'd1 ll"IHr! of Congrisssuid ;- like a III.a'c. Can a more emphalie): ie come whence they may. \\'.: dcnouiu-ed I LPl'I- :\\'I'II.
the lies which have ,.JW.r'n
t connected IIIVhig
place."Gentlemen. t tl 1.'. S. Senator ; 4Mr. Earl ;\' ,1',11 lot :iiiui, of I lie Union's Indations: of ihAdminisiiation t I lie \\\' !rn't Proviso when it was ititioduced I Thos II.1 H.Tjner.Wm. Thllrn

s.isd the t n f I Cougicss; and Canal i I ( < ; be conceive: II'| than tha;it \ of I hues Union! would infallibly lesull l i Ra'B
; v/jih CIIII: .ioiicr.i M.1 Maxwellj
i into Congress by a Democrat"id; we halt I i-:. E.: Dr to 1.I'm.
the s-inie instilling ('ahn'w... ti'He "pie se.: Mr. Ke-yp.s was uoniiriittcd f-ir Congress. but I wldl'llllw( cc'itoi him.-clt iiai given ? Tb t rout arty such ungenerous and unjust t Ch I". IJ.innc-rmat] JII'lllIa ;
,! Flliol's:1(1,11' :a'.iout: sciuijsui, ; not I the less denounce it because; NutheinWhigs 1'a\of.!
load the 1r. LivuigNlou < i any lltaltor 1
; ;p sti1.! and! 1 will! 1'11;! 3-011 one :; : was lsISt'l) Lieu c 0 III" ". li'akulfa-- (ullllfl/ia; '

after another, ;as fast; asrtt get into thai tenant (Jovcuior in 1 ISoO' ; ; : Eil''IO ;any p.iper) who onenly 1'oI"III'PS iln have: so fir i.irgiMlen, what the-y ovvthe .1. L. Crawf'jrd. .
It should be remembered Norlhen King.hIJ(1i'UIi .
chair. of Picsidctit and I State Srtialor ; and .'Jr.j cause of .Mexico, will mil impose 11f"1! our I I Whigs of the South, as to !be found supporting ( ,AI :chu't_

Kill they had enough.I Lit it. \\' iit'a..I'I;; I :t11te.l a .Member of COl any man above I the nr.uie d :an idiot. WI. .. Whig brr-lheien, that the "'hi!s of the( I il.V.. denounced) t the Democratic; S..Ovf'r..lrrN.) Llllii.I.rir.b.!

sailed the s.itnc night for, Maiimi.; lie I I w-.s !f"S;; afienv.uds Cuimp'oiler! of the :''all I.; now of no nll'l't' cIIVilualaid( I nuc1 enmfoil" i South have !been. for years paM. contending I II CIII!' S'III. !.TlflJ7,_ .
l bestowed MeMiolltui,; whit I ItI I Seu.itor"Thoma;& : H. IJi-nlon who was the:
known then uiid LS.. :SenatiM: md
:.s 11)1mou'n.. ;is flIP lit'l ,,i nO\'tIJor.i fof cf-itain Whig principles! -the practical II'fliri!!, n- > \Vi iciard the I lie Union's master l'"s'; tiTii.i I! II'' his 1 : fi stmd only instance of Secut'
shot iii the wtw1M l l1aU,* > t to t of I the Seien ; a :cru Representative '
ntvpr fl n :eil i I :, J. Urvan. \\
i operniiou! ; of which would but icmotely;u( .\. Forwarj.DarH
his man, -never received J sej.itrh huuf.! *e,'H f ( flItIII S IInlvi!:. we only know of. pCt'luiltptl:11I1,1: Anna! in lelun lo )lexirutiti ( giving "aidande'imfori" I to t the e-ri. .
:iinm eb-t'li 1 h, : place himself \\\\c\\'d' her sumu-s feetheir! inteiests. and were unto them, :ul- CJJIin.lnIldl.'lff1"t.h. "
for he ntrer: an c'fince 'w i w : is n-it! removed. u.nui;; I i\'. : -'
gate ant'tqansl a latfrora duties of I tin South, -and we shall rot v.nhludd tniii!:. \
fir(. A '\u jjroni'i HI l ISt':n. ;iud [Heiu.i'1 ; ::1. and not cuutei.i with that,; ha; *. accoiehug i III moM abstr-n in iheir dltru'll'r'lli''., the
)! ,,,
the Union el war"1o,il'hVa.. 1"1'0:0 (from I the!i Whig S-"IJ.1larolhr.if'1; I fU S7. Lucie.
----- I,t'il.'l 5 ti' P.i'avi;l (JiMiesee ( .nit y. \\ t.I wage a : ) of Nfrtli'-iu !
I piosjerity! t inhishy. and i tl.esiiccfss I John is cou_ I
:k? XI'-rMk Tlib'Jue ] at' not sure' as to Me, -js. IJowm, Oruetdyant : I'M; a war than; a iit.c'.i. /'e1ere r lt of Northern ; ster whose], speech' at Springfield; filled, us

XEW YO : K. Woolcr.The /,/. i:'lprit'[ dependeel I with dtpp regict, and causeel u$ sort owful!'y lJcll.tI-fej- f.
on I their; TU"I: :,.T.o. fEAT'"nf flY F :.L I hisimy c of I ihe.o Sevviitecti Senators ------ ; "
to exclaim: et In Brute -oyr condemnation. J. I II. Lancaster
A and the vote bv which; their earners: /becameconspicuous LIST OF TIIV! I'H..EiI.rqII.n: iIIJr'SDG.l'he watr'-d with our i I Dt'lnfHralirIIrl'llIl"cl1: ; ofth"Smith t I
nKM.nKci.TThe 1 tUL.\l CIPcj1ycj: ., Ar.-l.'d Colhas.ttVillU .
: Deli.j: hint of ;
publishe-i a I the .
Syracuse Stir, gives : ; i in I, lI'.I' !pobitcs! all, uii'iociric:, on the Tariff( qtiestion. and have cote-
to ihefollowing .
curjtn--y "Ii.!; .!. a striking I instance, of t ihe f foic'eof killed, wounded ,ai.d: misvo| : ;iiong the! of.fleets We trust that the Whigs of the North "
: teti;led for piotcction) lo Americau,
Industry J. [
iid of tuft Higginyoiham.Ount .
) Amei-au :
\Ve give the far; is stated hrlnw ihf ;PIIIill Jhi.'Iall'! Taking into considei.i- privates army may: be wnnieel e-re yet it i i ii 1 too 'late, and I :_.:
on iou the hiuh state of e\ciirjiient which The ra"'IIIII'III"llIi.'s! the nIIIIof| all vvliei I -hrive.: stood up, against 1 the t taunts of our e '
best autlKiriiy. They finnish! atu.-ilier leal.; 'l j existed th.i: iiiey) will! return to their in the Jutj.
I' duty I D.
> ffei'-i"! the battle |' di ShelJen.Tn .
: : o I IIe\.iu
: Ihal
and sin iil% r chant'T, ;in lj. ; i ;'i t the time, ol" the 'nlfl..IIIlIfi.I ; iod the u IIJlP''I1I I Wi' WPI'e ;(!\.( ;.li t i(,!! a '.5 ..
!! < h.-story of the
.. the ;ait lions; of he l.'Jih I ; and! MihSeptcu.l'I \vholf( couutiv, and forego. s"cliooallu'f'jllWI' 1 ro"-
sud'!!"'n (!PIHJS,. elf( )Ir. \Vnaht.Aiiiooi .1'1'11,1'Iol.I'iot' of the popular vi ill o''( winchtiey I I emit which was enriching the Northem cap;i '
ill' *' hnuKitt i | t !' \. (9 e guilty, it seem, 'd i lilllt'J'iLln: t that I ;ai-d! the stiuus-hu's|| iind .lr""IfllI.{ of the r"o this <'raIH' hope iliit the Whig: Tn[ : s it wi'lbe' .seen li-nr hit r, ..j"f"wiI
i evrnteon Sena :: t.ihit; at (the expense of the, So un It. Tosuch \ \ '
IIt lih
tors" (if Wiijiht ami I Ii. ntiui j. anv* party would be able! t lo .nst: tlie! s "- I !! on ( ] at d I l.jt'i u'ihe sametuoniti. of the South will >i. eaV nut-openU. be atritiie-mnciig Ss'm"n ,. .' IiI ,

Senjittiiset 1 A ? SCT thai foui if them The lerajMllliallem,! MJIliS Up I, \vaifaie: we coi.Id: only oppose theweapous eec in .i'\"''rn or. .i il fwllorai .
( j- ;
at I d
:n..11 i !fiI I J) wc're (:i' Pet"i!. '.1. i 111' 1II..d; and firml). \\ e shall recur te> this stitejeEl el ::1
thirty yeais p' 'st thy J b..rn->t osiiy l f t'1Wit.1 teast; have been'! ( td to h'mh. and imp:.itanl follows! : of I ttulh and justice -we toulel only be usi-d ju n ''J.t''Ir' ; nd' m .,(i'-r ,'i, n. I ikl-.

political fiiendhit I ou teim.s flf l personal t iifiic'-s bv she |-i'ope; iud wo i.: heisMcssr (GI.I.\! '1".rH., I'a! on thee! 1'1'01'1.! : In sustain' the doctrine of| again. In 'mf"r always! rhaf the div t f siKe \ .. ,

; t inunncy. AII"If'u! % ''-ks since ( >nwij.' and' K' 'yes) were deieatciiat 1 Ktlle ]I. \'.'ci''tl Miss's; iuciitifal! ; piotcclion, because: of the benefit tijr* The Vv'ate-ffurd ( Ire-land!) C'ffJ'fid I ) tl iy of if->f>OHSiltiltfif r.n. i ", _' _'..
\ Gen \\mtn'/I\.UU
3Ir. Keilfield wIll rt'srlejn! popul dt'I.'toll'% :. after H1' ejviug: I 7i; i; :1'7 ire u -be prodei.t.! Kt.ion n' s" _
:! ; ; received 2 4 ;t'/I. TWIST'S dli\i . .a; j. 1' that! would and) uhiiuiatclv makes; ce
j j& ) indirectly accrue a startling; anuirmcement: in ,
the a long clTt .i i-h
letter from full vote (.f th! party given: at the t tune. ; md vvmse-it is I ihe t frll' '
a friendly !! t Ir. \Vii.-.ln i i I in J. ( ;lea IMIowVlnv: : } .21( 13 ]!) r. 11 "
\vhichthu writfr: all! ut1e'l\ innr\ta\z':\ : ul (,1.I ---- 4. ("Jen. (.!'jitan.i'sJjiv.11 2'7 III them from the (pin; per'Uy: which would! :u nlicie u I rl's/eltill. t the P.,pe-c.f l Ilcime. "If I s ttioo., : ami I lie latter t> I lite c.r'.o.i: "
Fi .
[ oqne.itly to tin s.a,1; l h ivoci.( ( : I t.I !Dt'.lIh huiinide ] li.eieby lm tlt'IIIy t then Northern! bretlcreu h:- he wants; one huodre' I thousand liihring CIIISllr uf ruin. The exam, !" > ,. ,
CALuUT: A V\TA i ; '; Told! . . .2N isjKilk'd. : 17 ,
i iu th, of S-'ve-.ier could rUhIUlil ous.h' 10 I f P a solenm''!'!." III
tii Senators. -we only appeal to tln-ir he have them
u nationaliiv ; men can for the
The ( .'I I crsiue"t1 Ul" io it. wounded and asking: I .
at1. iiiis Two ,
anxiety toiiuufcUv in the foindivisions ,
TM ins y : | a:o. ne.lbirtg short ,.
tIe !eti M.. Jle.lfi-id: ) ttia.Jn !,- : : ; I for snpf-rt) of I llie AIllf'r SsttrnI iMand.:' o .1'' i
public 'pitMon for the I Pre ), ol ( ('ieS. \Vorth: Twi s, Pillow n".f. 'ii; .1. .
leplv. in which. 'hf dwell 41t lenjih' oo iliis -i-i.f..ut id ; rrnplf..t: it""f''' a'm 1 h:" "

"d allu'1illll1r.. \Vn:1it h This \1Ii11\\ \he! !los:es in t the batles! of the10th iiifiuencc \\' ce.uld! for -!:>t'e nt lira .
.pie I : -sewing: m-imf 'i d
and 1'Oth t< tnrc I
of his fruMit an t hitiK-'l' !i'J 1'1 sv.un!L August, will! s-.vei the to:alto : l\vhirhwe ci.uM, : ( ;dl!I for aid. I earning; \.111\- s-er t.t-! bar"* !ll.j i iid I" ,

This !h 1I..rI.... u.ei'ive.l II1! i.. VVijlj: tin, a ..( tJlraI1''pej.llid1t'l"tt! h-aniiig: strong- I.f'arl!) : 000, who! have fell i in, ae' i.-i, i"('*' the for sJuris,
the murniu til 'his deiins". nlt! } i iV..s; ;\\'llIlt)HI] h iiiw..vl8 the Pr'-MdciiT. The. ('(J'tr't' the army Itd't I 'u ebla. bride' ti-r ,.near'V on t'nitesi supiemacv! in the SOUTI-! ;pi-res aie" fistened: together by i iri. i;. ohLif ?_ or t.'i' .d eif'i.r *>tt&t; ll .''! i-;; !

it l P.I ;ld .Phh! 1 V ihe hi \ I casiv.dties; and elr-iths: fiom ticL; ''. in Slate! ', how idien have; the Soiithiinv : : ':r.- :tiigh! : be Wi'ig. .
re diii'4 in lie OJH.e' !i-: "'. H ,utjckcl "Ig-tti, ; \\\Z beril sud! |II llIeYIal nf M I r.u-e a *;:1.

by tin ii:<.:is,- whicii! -" siJilcuHtcrtniTiated .1' n 4i...-tte: i'e mo'-f ccuiscieunous: 'I'ml.II1:1Y it be .;aid tint our i!; !; armv' : \\ :' found ::: Tarin' a we ight m lei slim. it) kiittcli r*"'tVi.ijs, %ii.i! 1 |I',

( Iii iivful .wl !htIIO.IIt, > We.j ; porlioij t hS jiatd a fear/ullol 'o!!2 enieiing I! ihe h.:.:!li eirrv-histv i fieri have they sullen defeat: r1' Mr. Kendall, of l ha Picayune, re a >lCkly l. sfiii.u. al Ill, ;i>.>. tit j. |,. -

it ts'I wn }p'rt.111i.; instance among r way: of glory. l't"i\'c.1 -\ s!:: !!\ViMin.l in the onsne?>i eel 'tii l Fj a .. !i'
rr: Thf .1ove f.lf"m"'lt: ioi.ipive. ( c." Ie' ,to .: : shrew because; ,.f ibc-ir divo'ion f to itn' iK-asure: ? :! I (knee from a j r-'i'iisiin.ri -
tUitll IHImllf.h "
its btateiicMiu crate Ftiiricl. was linen ..II el.e: .. .
a few {fi'-i rej.itive!; musLct b ill..MiisfaRg..
to tll""cutccu! : be r't4ed Ell' \Y. SrrruKiK; : TV CixTict'T..- And! had; liny haw: sII'I.licf.dl: ] | their sense olthe. f.vt-lve! fifteen .
7jxn.! or hundr! nri; :: :
JSctHtors whicli nny j re tHin(: lju The Nation : ." of 1 the Delta: or'yeor.cession :
nIUI'l'j" The Uutlfliit Intelligencer <:}' :-" [L.sl1 .justice which. the nation mved! to I theMfinuf.icluiirg n nitty let- asked lor. The 'wf
TJieir thu icf to the vci "
? as lolJ.n ( rs ii"nner in i
: :Monday I the: proiH.n ion to the iii'! (icr, s\s I I.rlldlViI'! !"
St' I struck bv b-,|I siorritie
: Convenfietu
1. JOII.N HOWMVN.' '111I41'01' which : ite- I tlii'v have a-m-! i ; ; : was 'in e'1': : ".
it! uMiuiony has been ] lincJjot be'ivec'ii -
prtveted bylll :t I th'! colored ,
ropleof :11I01 right plumb ii his fuisca ard I at h : siuii"
\\ doticd fif. eat
L 2 \L TEfl mvi:. fl.f \e v-VorU. .ifS ial whiles; in the priticij lor povvi, mitey might I long
< to
; <: journal :- uipeci! n hld KiijTr.sge! I I1 .
.MustaMg] ; I t.itioti was;i at I the d.'sposai: I of t lite
3. Atviv lltioxso.v: of was s 0."lU.. since have aifimuJ thit :as to
I The Washingioii, Union topics: one of was i lI'j"'I.II\ {IIJi' !proptr; ol Cumeelicnt., I ( t : supremacy in the "i ihtuu il'p'al.
4. CII.MIL::* H. 1)CDLIy. of struck i in his .
: All right hole's
.iiy. As fat as belaid Irom ihe South.Nov.1 : saddle, but t'ie
flU I' Hrtiitles on the Mexican witli votes stsul for I hepio'ifsijioii I i. .Xt.iv. Whbp
5. JONAS KAP.LL. Jr. uf war; exssions : wi

l J1"'l1fJ.I
it.G. ''.- nf :'Ipr"IHlillll till y.5 I I-3 ; a"ainsf u il, (b'.Pl." .- h.tllViI spent and did nol .) through the 'uonle. J Ie .
Ttm.M < ;tUI\LV. \i.ullsuu.. 1" ; gn-s it, very; in th' time of our distress, when anis ;; > I the rnnment t.1|' *u -;

7. PJUU:1' Kiv: opposition lI'; Nov.then j pn'p".I't.J.ln place! t their! l'fol't.1: bru Iii/'0 i !: al.t'r loot
I'r i is upon of
JOSIN no gioutid bed ":-
8. LKKFKT.S. ; re \Oil
of J' I
: ; !'. a f'/oliog,, of I! seutia! to our ('XiSII'IJ'C-IIIO) I' I iu whoseciu COL. M .\r.TiN SCOTT.( -The
:: ilh! ,themselves. -
j..flrmtl'Ilicil bf'II'r knows the r-qoalitv crrrrespontli'1I1 : I
9. KD.:: I P. Liu.v.iS-iov.. .f C.tum1ti.i.] t position I I ftipy it ; and above: ;,!It.! keep io vt"". i*
10. JAMIS: I : ..; i"U.Sf'liWf.: the Hubeiit I In the f'r.a"ide.: wIJrbIhl' : :: 'I ltf'I/' is Ib'Mi Mini'Mhng/ in ihecolor 'e we h.ive; cheerfully encounieaed opprobinm of I the Dtlta. iu describing t lie apppar- your polar star. mite slIh..rU'I.II"'r.I-r(

11. JAMMS: M J\.I"'fr.<-\Lr., ;' AIl4.flI.. Unt'in eopid! i there was .1 t1i. i Iit asserliou of t the 5 I.ill'h1 i ; has become of and defeat{ becaus<* we believed :acme of the field before Medina del Rev p lIP Suite .ud p""I"e. Tha: p rw *.....
: thai;
12.! II-rJ\s.. !xifrui.o.: Cli: ol.U : dfo'ir iiiitepenfleru-e i ( it} both pniiiis. so '; philanthiopy; ; I hat is !o coriitanily :11111HJ'CIWY their qlltrn'ljU'iI, are about to side) with ourbillln'.1 'after t the action I relates i the following! exhibition e-eed: x-.hicit (carries publicrpn.inii! wi it''I" 'tl.
IIe. that the dfciaiatifm! 11' ihi.s! I : cxcicised i/brond on bei:if| of the !
i being a \Vliigwis i.II I. io a.I its administrative ni'ii'iel, !
13. .. STU.INIIA.N :ict< (
\ flu Uti gu. ju rsal! t .i.a-!" in I.1.| .> B nJor 'J I( -i'. .IIp.p. ...11'..'.' .r." .} ..I I...,. 'I loes-they' mock when our fear of affection on I ihe pan of an idd s-o cher:
teeth its-lt
of i O\\'Il i I } << ''HUl' ; in I the good ., itrtOiutl ofihe 1 1I
14. JOHN .Suiu.M. Id' IJUi.-i.:: ,. . 1nu What sense .If ;' i
,. -. -- -w.n- us.- ivyr mil ntc e.. ill"/l liiiMfailf.s fftt- a miserable; hypocrasy; m nt; which cornel Ii. After l going over a purlieu! of i ihe romiuich. I People.Tin ; .
- 1C.a. SllKRM\N.1.\SI'r\\ .U'ooSTKR.!W. HI : eYc.k.of I H I vt1nri.. tins H'illtont( dt .;ijtit, fir the purunraiih loidiirk sees the mote i iu a brother's ey\ but will It has often been remarked of late, by ;iud (Ii indni'i here and! I !here a vdue d accjuaiuance. ; I Legislature elect this veir iu'I' be fardiffient

I. ire nUii'l' WitS SfIICOil! !>' //* fdiljrHftifC rot see the beam in its ownMiat! a holl.T.v I those who have my attention was attracted to a .greyheaded I of
17. SlUS WuiUllT. ol' S,. '/ advocated union of parties: I :M point ability frou uh .r it' "-t--
LiVVri'tiCC. ; ; paMr'i'm. \ \f i ill': ailicie I liom thell'illetm and, heaile, | mockery i it is fer ,the* people ; veteran who was: standing m b\ llie I Ii i-einiprises i anel in.
The occasion which t these Sen, I (.1 the Xoith be for t tlif election of Jen. Taylor that lucre side of who had I :: many m' n id talents
(11 ite rs i i na-l be'en published entire i jt would I I lo c-tctnallvrantin". tous one ; fallen. I He I leisurely iligence. .nid -
the \.t. from : t they % about! time he-edom! ansi are I but few of I the old) issues I look his 'blanket from everv re< -ect q"altn"l'lJe
give "11.:1 11"n"I j Ijavc'gone: ) t io the Union'ssubsciibcrs i .is ihe.ipiomoti e-qiiiliiy of all party now remaining his back, and] spread;I useful. A few subjects tl',.pare*. ol"

much 1lult'I.i... it "al he rtJllllll"1| ') '' of t an unbiassed newspaper:.; spcaUmg ; men, :\\ the very I time I the' refuse to u undecided, i 11..,. Hank j is declared an I it over I Ihe..orpse with great (',-,re. I rode *;real public i IIIIHrtl: tier, whihwill ,1i'III:1n.t! '

\' to le pessige ff:1 giung; | ''IPlIli..II the scntiiUMit uf :all l patriots>: I the negro (the obji) "el ed't'I".t'If'II""'" 4. obsolete idea" i ihe Tariff mils! necessarily up i lo him! and asked him whether that; was .atteution ; but I''s! ihe-st-. brute piseiiitpeeled

choice nf I Klcctiiisto; tlie People. Such i ; I ill I tlf em.'Mii'MiCv ill which I ilie-! c,e 'uniry: sy nip,tills ) iu equal I parlicipatioo v itb ,- be increased an officer. I He looked up. and! every lineament : to be de and) fie I liii ili-tt. af
the ie
: t I debt.), ;
law hadl"siJ I lie A"wI111)at !the t1"\/ finds itself. Iin! iu the ,mutilated, ('olutl- in the ri!lits :ami ,piivile cs of ciiirivers pay war Such beinglhecas .eif his face betokening the reatetcricf considerable! : and Idmr. iligi' it'

or 1624. nearly tli; % 1 Ii.i after considerable I lion in whicli! 'lie h, L I'nion 1'iescnis; : ire espe- 'I"II i p.-, [ Clt a, lr shill _Y.n'l u *, our lIrlh"rnVhl I friends will I Iii rclh'.I.h, You never asked a question our State; laws exp'nse has ben pp-p-irrd.: amlu

,1.1.1ia: I lh. Senate' Co-umiiic-c I ,'i.ill.'h"11 ----- --- d well to tiiUe into sir. I ,
more "
; prr.r..cllly a iiu-J-lati'mciil.! t llieailicle c onsideration; lhat; an auidg.iinaminn ca.sily illI \\"eled. it is an officer. now being primed ) .illsJfi*
of hat body ;reported; ) agiiust: the bill PI: :!
i that of sri: who he
all appeals as a Whig i journal' J. t ; of the Southern Whigs was. He J ngainrep'ied I legislation ,
r.V I'IUK., with the : I t to e-.Kes; of clear ut'ce 'HY
against; any law \\ hicl, wo.ild lake tie choice ciitning$ over lo ihe ;i; hi: side.X'ttc .- : Un Toe-sdav: weeU sa-s i Hie /;:/ "The) best t soldier of I the 5lh! I tuiuuitry. The
of Electors I frm it Mii'i mil /lliK jnirfimrsfllir I'/tiott In fijitirt jMnil', ilI.i; !!
'. Cramer offered ; resolution i againstthe m'ntffprri' Is. but it dn'f rt">> suit i>ur jmrIn Lloyd's! by ihe-' 1'! of lc! ii>'n,"11 l there being no principle' peculiar i It i II i :allrlllll'.II\.ilJ I lilt' (lace'. found my ji was; ( Col.!, the and to members I this end. it i:? higluy desirable1 theirpOSI Ibat

report of tit CIII'uil which, .fr I,,. (.r lir Hii\ripif/ >fulftl, and U'C do not in- .\ :ii tived al Ltvcipool[ limn, New Or.1"illl".III.1 either i I'S'I'ul; i ial II 1y icpukivi) : to I the oilier.They .- I Iitrtin >Yo/ :i&. I again "lIvt'III.f'i face, elect be punctually at

being :ulfnllerJ passed the Senate 11 ihe /f.nd that it sholl/Jf/ (done:' on the ]J't, .d' August, when in will also tin well lo reflect that tl'e .soldier 1'lIlllilllll'ilh m appcaramlv! ad

10th IS.'J, in the following! e' a. 4. ,4 0 Ia; I. 33 rll':. lon:! 71 eleg. 45 HMO. |be, Schr. althongh dressing hurtscU, i lo ;

term : With, ic--pect I In the I comlucf of I ill"Var ohn! I lloucll C.ipl.'m.. Kussall, hOIl"cI" i the Southern' Whigs have been for I _h They I.a"ill.; 'n.") linn person-they m particular; will be In the storming of Mo lino del Key. "&''

"That it is expedient!' to pass i 1-iw- at'thepresent I I Dep.itimen; ; !I't..; always nonii-i.iled: fiom New \ oik to I'loiid.i.) was discnvcrc'dlobe yeais I past separated from f their old allies of. ;pairs; ; for l his-if it only had been me-I hlvesen' SUMNKR: with his Dragoons charged a

e.;si.iti the! !Legislature'. : mi lire, with, the (l.uni-s I ihe Siate 11.coillmn of the Inncers. I I"
'II giving to I :rI,1'e: 110.r"llI'al!, I I ibeie( (: QT/ rfr coiuitig up p l Rights P.uty, because of their with him ;almost 'lour enlistments enemy's
the people of E! :'::f lie. the choice'id lliec-: II. :Q ih" I r'-hes.';. Capl.,; Allen uolwithstauding, but ..' ling so I tliey bad.: to ; under a h..avy fire
is been a snffn jell! fmce i ii; ;Mexico i : ..mililnt I devotion to I the dllcll I jOe incidental I what} will Ins poor f.imily; say ?I" And pass
tors of Picsideut ai.d Vice Presidentuid! t our i ir. a he-v St'a. 'hoaidcd her aid siicceeth ill pioiec- as he concluded! j from I he enemy's works. Tbe f"II.lIilll:
thus !
by general ticltI." "'io saerifieed Jinny( ( consequence I Palo came nearti siving: I the liv,s of m llie) master, ofu'ceis andetew (lion, and I thouj-h they; arc still ;attached I it, down his Inirowed tllc.1t"I S course: incident cooeciei! with m ibis ch-irge. 'is w*
: IrSI at Alto I i then at check, and m lie "w..lliu|| .1
The vote on ihis resolution, ,,", was. Ayes 10;, MoKterc'v.) : alierw.uds I ; at ]nll"W1! Yila t i, nod I somcol l be I vessel's SlnJ'... &1', and]t t In, in he lo the ? .itione's' ol his bosom, showeel ho \ deeply 11f'V.I t by the correspondent of lie I'(taI I It I* not

Noes 15-tWf) of the *' ...v.I/.CI," MeSSM. now at :\le\ico. The) Admini.stration wekimw llirce I'I s
MalorynJ[ and 31 r. Wright voting in ill: .Sl.;,0)0()() whie-h lift landed: iu Livi-ipnol. (linllaw gallant such disciplineVlnle :
tleafrmal l.iysihc) blame of tins i on Taylor; and I of hat UI C, if I they! ;alt I ihrealend with I I commander.LKTTKR .
I 'e. Shoitlv .dte-r I taking; I ihem df I mime \ ihe cavelrv! in front
Scott: litii; Scott fiom the begining; wished mag.Izi lit. the loss of lights --- --- -- were pns
fe\\ mifitiles after ihe pisige of this; J I ihiity or fiiy! t ihoitsand 1111'11. :as l'xpJodcd.lJllH\ill] : I lie vesse-I up.IKIAT mine cherished, and principles : E inLO'I'i-The: : Editor of the of Iii, eiieuiv. in order li) charge the

resolution, tn.itinn being made; I lo refer from t tin- fuuoiis .. Sc u "' apjiearh nearer; home I in I heir application, I they Charleston Patriot makes; some ers sensi I- I colrium of lancers they were not I IInll'rI
the to a Committee( : coircspondence i. ( : 1 llisi: IN Tin!! : OHIO RIVKR.: We will j I I in ble the fire ibuin
subject ol lie Whole,p ; ;and xve ate I satisfied t that if his ;.idvicu learn from the all!I reasonable, probability; look su!gesiiona,; to business mr-u. upon: I hieImveliI1)cs more lli-m ten seconds, and.

Mr. E.l. livil"IOIII.J.1 posipinimeiiluntil had, 11..11 taken! originally, the war leceril heavy rains Pittsburgh have. papeis I! that; the around I them lo see where I ihi-ir friends are use of now becoming so gC11e1a ;. Ih.11 t time i hey sustained a loss of 6offil'rlS<
: sw Hen I lie Ohio wuUOllfll.
Monday( If As he wonude*!, 83 killed and
would) justly lemarks privates
sjnee have beii very
\'ellllr-f'li. long : IIVt'rVc to be found and ;
valent lo a of the aie, eiver and tiibiitaiies.; AIJ I o'leirk I'. M., not seek an asylum I ** and butt
rejection Jleclural: Law-; t therefore inclio'l to blame the t Adminis.tralioo. Where the subject miner of the epistle I a lo** of 103() horses. There \'re
the I 8th
on instant here ; I their foes.We (
which after an I were sixltcit feel I among is business, and where there ,I u) officers that did tint have; their horSe3ShilL
eXlla".liOI 'i"m )1.1' rather- than: ihe for ; ,
Mallory and thescaniv water: in the. channel, and. I the river blilleity I II have been I led make these he may po-sjMy: und. 1110.I -
\Vr IJ. rc.oU''i.l: : : force jn Mexico.V.ishinglon; i..illg. to remarks, occasion at some future periml to refer I -r t11P1IIhUI I there i U 008

induced them to v.ile for : postponement.was \ was accustomed? to And for I by the coincidence, 61( Resolutions passed io theposimaik, as a "ruof."f ihe lime when !I v"ry lemarLa'de! ; Ih"II". horses from .i1ich
say business
carried b) t the votes of I ihe aboverumed I that ihe ( now in earnest.: Tin I the letter I was tutailed: the riders bad been shot vvheeld and mo""
i i rhe.ipesl; I to : by a .:\i Ja'sildlllst'llsoJlW euvdope-s should be
way w.ije w: r was t loraife i 1 is healthy' (he wlieaiher : i Convention, :
Seventeen i in ihe splcndiel the I approving '
with 'they'
SeeMtors and carefully eschewed.) t IIt.I alll'', though
: Merchants regularity as
.ruulive ; :a large; force :n one**, and by showing therefore,
fourteen in the uP are rising (cot toil is coming( ill fast.western l. I the Wilmol Proviso- and t the re.jtciion in ihe had been
;li'I n choice- I the impossibility' of resistance; anf the I transmission of their business ceirnspoudence mounted'. IInlilltf'Y! came 10
of, ,'(; was made by the toy ;into submission immediaiely.; !! III this ""llIalill-in produce will f-dlow suit. labor is in I of similar Ri-soluiii.n i by i lie New should never use them. Letters from I Ihe char:.-, when they all kept ou ioa
2re'It shoit.
Legislature, the Crawford ticket receivedaeventeen I m inner be acied in t the 1.1I11I'WII'Irhll..v I be commeice' promisesto York DKMOCKATIC: Convention !-by t the on which lie postmark is not endorsed (and. body indirection of I the encmy.tit *
a" I lye. I In fetv
votes in t ihe fJIP of whll fifteen Insuriection I ; and, in what a rI.IJVI': perusal of a speech' delivered I this i is. of course, the case in all I letters i t ii York
consequence, : 1 may; expert I io see a fleet of steamers from by an eminent t ; FREt LABOR Sue.\R."-ThX.

for postponing were given the by thp Electoral Senators question who voted. and)II I I in might a )riot.have If been, we a Itml rebellion men thirty I crud ,hat'ng ed only;:IPi't the Ohio.-[IV. O. Times. Nortltern Whig; the Magnus; Apollo we maysay are the 1'1111'writer.I in Inn envelops-afford ,none) are in evidence his favor.; against' Express notes a sale in thai city of '.fl*e

the other were given by *Js Msrs. ; ; of the Nolhern Whig Pitrl declaring As caieles.ness labor" Laguayia Sugar, but the'prkcs p411elid
\I Jiyram I lie ) this
on /att/It llifrc on I
of would he A (ihysician boasting; : a dinner that he point might entail ; not show lhat ihe Abolitionists were<
Green arid Stephen Thorn. Messrs. How- an end the : the Wilmol I Proviso to be wilhin I lie loss upon Si,liii. whet have
'if w/ir in a wfrlc. linl niif scanty cured his own hams, one of the obseived spirit of'he : not reflected up anxious the "free" producer1
and Malbiry of the immortal Seventeen guests I ihe iI very to help
min forcC' liolil'nifr; out Ihe prnspp.c'lIJ r.! cutup : )j Constitution, and founded upon principles flU subject, We give the warning; a by paying high prices. Indeed the ran?'e
voted for the ihouule Ire
Clay ticket then I.eid. in detail, invites obstinacy( and deludes Doctor I would ol justice j and truth th- m.tjoriiy: of business men tIL of the the
ed Col. Samuel did sooner be your hams; I -and a letter from a ilooi ret first lot ((5 a GUVa) less ilwo
by five other ile-s
Young, as the with well iiwaie of the fact
enemy hopes. of tory.Ve have than your patient. Northern Democrat, one high in station who:, need the equation. and do in current rales for New Orleans, Cuba, or

Brazil slave grown sugars, and the sale waS









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The cargo W.IK no doubt ovvinq to sickness. -s--- .- -
stnjpet And -

( the esiion of these hypncriwho. knows that I the ntiinher of yet"qualified"every voters body Thos. C. Underwood, K. A., CUSTOM iOU E, ) List of Letters
j in their own estimation in e.nh of these C\ *? CD '" APAL\CHICOI.A, Sept. Is I iS LExA D
( jj 17. SPOTT
; ) V fO'.s
t Ic' lately( : increased .. .\IXIXG in the Post Oolfice LJST OFF)11Ezt
3 rf i" tn beg or consume slave I l.ihor fiom! ihe pievious' \ clr.;. \\Vvvill (Lan' J 114, ( ,) "PROPOSAL will be received at this Office B. c.-la, Fa., on the 1st of October ,Ist7.Agrista Apalachi-[ : ;: ;'IIoDcALs.

( LiClS! and yet can sec no sin in "iindinpoor r Pt; !, then( ; ,'if tl Ii',,. object) ( of an; election ne ? li'PlC IYULLY oilers his services J. until the twenty-fitlh ('2-">). d.y of October, i'alvadonAnnstronj Halted!, Mr UK' Ii:EL:0\1l': X
dU't iIit of their own color, > to the 12 o'clock, M l., for building U\o new Lihi
10 the1 cot expresMon! of I the whole p. pi-: t.> Iiiecili/ ol Apalachicola I Hon David IIigims, Warner TIIC WDu.Ql'AKl
and ERF.Y
far servitude and nvoNlIntTI. so > com- lr wil!, the Ut ;ind Uie of at Cape "t. ;j Anderson John '
Hill :
Mond.iy' in October is, at t coinly Franklin I Hhs and Cape St. Jonn FHcmxiiiKi.ji KIIVKU.:
subsistence, are conceined, would l,-i',i. ;i month penerallv, i.i the line of his I George, respeclfully, ot the! Uroxvn, OralusS *t UIP.:
;' 1 0able I (loo eatly"; ind the Leji,.!atnie pru- : following materials, dimensions and descriptions Halsey, Thos 4 \uitni LurriMi( ( KLV KIV,
e gIuI 10 eeI1fl $places with the SouthIlcrahl. would, in our opinion, hednin( an act (,r [: lession. Having innnthly coinrmrnicalion viz :- ,, Butts, A G Jones, Caled II (Cold) 1HK VVCSTMl.Ns-iER RI.V.Uv -
"fjmtirelo I the/ i\_ \ t: ( with! Lie principalXortherncilie Uutt, A DBlytn Jeer, Win A
people to nil/ -
piMponr our TOWERS. ANLI
-), he willtjeenabledlo \VrnUrockett Joh'ison
John H
Siale' ,
; ( elections ,
this a inonih later. Unt hillier I 1 | IIIMISI! his par: >ns .it all tnri<*s The lowers lo ho built of haul brick, the form Ilaam Jack on, Robert BLACKWOOD'S EDi ii 1'flC1 r 2'L CA1NC.
From the Tilfl.h4'ce ? 'r.n ] he (lone nr not, it j-emix in _v k-M with r.nnd
us highly XEWE-T foundations
? lu AXD LATJ.STPnIKS : lo be sn'dc E (d Je,> as necessary Bonlcll.Capt Lemons, Henry
: WIIU U WILL !J.'LXlCIifnTMCi'lTENTIOM : inipoitant to tiie people ilut Si.ur( ilecimtisoccuriin" ------- OF (' (! ) 3'CriIl |cr siriily, and the outside and inside: coiir-esjf Bulls, E P 3 Lovd, J'e.ih The ah-ive IVri'xlica!* are rpprii-.ttj in Nev

pEiAI : OF liiE M-IXT the atne y'*''r with tde Pre identiil ;irizll,111, shnieirtg at a vitte t be laid m gould; Hylra'ilie cement ; the: Bradley, James Lit Rev \ r-rk unmt-di.iti-ty on thurir arrival by the British.

: iAL ASiI1LV t & |$iou(|(] he sirianged to come upon the .S///l' t/ ft-- ,, ..fIlch will he a decided: advan- h height c-f eacii tower to be *i\lv-live feet from; Ilyiri'; to'i.J L L'K-i r>iu, Jas T -teameN in a IxM'iriful clear type, oa fine white

fladri occasion, some timp since to ex- f.l tI) d.i. t agc to a 1 iiliimi i! i,> coinnunity.: ( I the s irlace of the ground ; their diameter at the Urockenbrough.V II :M.nnv A-iihoriy paer ar.d are laiti.ful copier.f the origiiiaJiL.ACZWOODs -

miUt the statute of the last (tener-il; As- -- X. II. I.iJ.Mil.-iiu-ii-.' .Morning Gowns and Eve- !base to be twenly-lwo let, and at the top twelve: Uacklui! Win I DHailst i1tii r.iv, I'hottuiHMiIi.toh I Mc 7i\c: beitan exact facof :-

; the i ntn Wnjijiff. uiade (to I oider Cloaks f eet. The Ihickne-s of i Jacob imnme the Elttr.b'jr.. H edit ion.
providmi for election of Pa 5,1- ; of every (the walls at the base to MrsKM'rtt.

emblY elector* in 1618, occuned to us .L! t ) Jy I IYTPI'; ;; F df'-cnT.ticn imdf in lie u- ial torms of t the djy"I ; l be four feet, and iriiformly to t two feet at lop. B.ier, %Vini .:., --eMit-n! TMaor I The j nr M nf the KE-PHINT* arc less than oninlol'tfi'Ncof

jntial the L S. L4w on the same b- .II.Iji'J A fli\ iJi \'Valicin I and;, Kidri-4 i (JditiTi !in.nli- in 1 a superior The lop is to be arched, o-i "which is ii he hid a R1rgs! Elizabeth C I JhH'I. reu'> ropier and while! Ley

t tp look at 'IIUHIKT% ; Tn-nc lie-s>s and JJovs') Clothes) ofcvory soap stone deck, fourteen and a hull feel diameter Hi own, Geo MCindiy Pi-tderioi", Romeo are chilly well c'.f n,>, they a5TJ! all that ad-

tl l ect. to asceriain if any discrepancy rxUted 1'nilTOF) APALAOIIICOLA. .! .O.-t 'JvAi di-s-f-npiion made i in a"neat and fashionable five inches thick ; the filled in with I Cafe P.>rtfr, Aritin'r ti> the AJIERICAV "OTIT the iEGL1s11

b.tecn the two. The act of conress is -!> I.-?. All jfjnnj-iw niade at this establishment I lead, on one side of which i is lo be a s-cnflle t ''" Jsaiis, Richard 2 Patten, Ruse &, Co .

; RIVED. ifjimnt' (ii fit. || twenty-four by twenty inches! to enter the lanteru. Ielent, IVfro R'j-' O C TERMS

il'T to establish a uniform time for Oct 25-SHir On-con, Silvev. from X Orlean 3C/" Sin)n, SvonJ Story IJ-iltzeli'a Cuildinl :?-?. t The cutlie door an iron frame, covered DivisJ C P R.-ers, Geo A PAYMENT TO
isieainTQiinc\r, Allen, fm (ThaUjljoediee.; ( l LIlr.thc&; o Clie-t.iut with Evans, LondonI'merson.Chas BE JIADB I.N
i tlreut. copper. Theontsule w.dl of I Ihe tower 2 RiChiird', Jidm G
elections of Vice (lo 2
hulihns ( ; S..iiier Flint, Denidrel! Ini Uc -rgttovvn.Quinev October II, IS 17. 30-Om be well whitewashed twice over. There aie to I W ,; Siniti! Augustus G For anyone the four ItcviexTS, $3 per
all the States of the Fr
ni ; I Fivel any two, tb.i 5
Prudent l b.'siv Michael
: A '' I ; windows in each tower of twelve Sloan John
p ; plate ol .ill an 1 Winter Fashions lights; ,
1/se! Senutf anti just r any lliree
House dt
tiKiftfti 6y .
of Foster Jas 7
rt each!, ciirnt ,
by ten ula in Smith
l''r receiv*-d. *?, !strong trames, and a John
I'r S W Spf-r.oer nd fam- IVr all (i.iir jfthe Revit.s' .
. Jrpt5ttt"> rf s <:f tit VMtitfs of AmeriCo'ip'f dv, MrFn:ubee anl d-in?' icr, 1! S Ilriwl'-y ,.i..deiniT door siv feet by thrce.inid I of dmiMeinch I boards I Fierninin*, Washington! Sweele, Albert For Rljrkwnorf Maazirie i3 '

** ancnUrd* That tl.e elec0f ladv, CajiT: r mniiVm Foter, J IlatK-eid' L I D) .* 7 k &. cross nailed, with
President ami Vice Piesidtt *h ill iii-hrrtN Ths P .junt r :I ;sy 'Taxc; l latch. The ground floor is to be paved with i Flynn, idS Tayloi !II R 1Tuincr < Iandtti { Reviews 1*>,OT> Alt
1or hapP"11"1'' '" P4(1'' >s>ue PHR vvlio haVL- not pud their, City Taxes I made of I two hrh Guy, Michael! (pin p..iu-t) nu
U'nir/iti inu' pine boards I to lead to within I 3 Undei dill, Thos SWiti'
Ih ? ,ttnf/t
lcflr ( frc ?I i i4tt HliCCII'TS FltO.M THE INTERIOR. < d 1 dveil |:.icill It t X i '>') Witer streetand MX feet; of I Ihe I.,intern, fert.-jimtiriif in a I Gnvon, H G .ird, Daniel SCOTT i; C0> PuIIIWmer ,

i1ia' i'r Is lI4 I* II1V ;ir 1b I Per htcdiner Qiinu-j: -2ii bxs tobacco to I> J5iwlej -settle ii-tore I the l-1 t XnvvnVr, as I f shall after phi form, a-id connecft-d bv n criire pnsf. strong From: Gaidn.-r; Thos XGree While, Fiancis 2Walts 7c; > i'ultfc'l Yrk_

e ( : / (/. IMI i i vmiaie\\ l II -. I t tlut dale |pi'nc'eed s In ci, '."" tl'.e! Tavcs I in accj.rdince I Ihe fop of I the < n'rs to I the sctiMle E to b<:' an iron I i, John Caj.t A W .i. _) 'F I1 1;Lit_' -

ma tv piovide fur the til'm;* of ally' 4 i f Pet steamer Flint-23! bales; cotton 10 A X Mc- v\itj] .1:1: oruini-ice, rnidjsrid provided) l Herv\illi feps two and a half, ,inches wide. I Gonin, Mary Web-it-r, John

N5: ic.ft. d( ;Iflrjs w !lel. I h i ma\ occur in llV. f.-r; that purpose. JAS. r. I'AUinOR, Cich Li. M I luiie. to I he }uni-.hed' nne c mnlete HurlsMi.I I llairiet Witlianis, I Harvvy T3ir: 110.111:

ciL'e of ,'I'ctirs. when s-ich rolleqpfllPfS ;, Cn Per?I1. 1 u d-i>am oifnl r Qiwv-9, :?UH| (tuni kiiia Id.i to coiion Ti", 7 sack 7 bvs* -Oct.- 1 14. City Tax Collector.Sc2iooJ electrical co'id-i-fnr of J nrh dnmeler- -, (;(. '- 1)4f45)j).; cilling for ai.y ot the avwve let-' EDIT CD DV MOK.KIa.-c: WtlLI5.rCBUiUED .

III I'S diiiai ntf : 1111(1 to )-'(-C() lo 1 fl! 5s 1 1-'vipy.. ; ; in the rn id.> (i' cooper: with jmnts, to tui: four feet into: ler will say they are advcrtisrd.Jus.; EVERY SAlfKi.'AV, IX THE e 61
City of A > ilails-
nif/fl/5( / wfien any iMaic shall have held Per I)1tii Live- L-tk-: } halo* cotton. | i the earth s. MAY, p. M. -

JB '! *-1t4II Jil to ir llt! a chnip njhe Porter. A: C.ft; 2 JO I) b-i-h"l.-c. rn to m i-t-r. T.'IE: 'lLi.r$4rlei I la'ie this i method e.I{ I inform The haferns arid li!htifi apnirafus fl'iw in STATE Or FLOSJBDA.Calhoua .

eifctors. i1r.i 1. 'hen ihe d-ctor the tppiflCI t- i ?!hi' sIIrI! MT-, i"d t tiie t jiu'ilic nrrally, use at St. J Ni ph aidJt.: :t. Georges Ihn l Li. iil Couuiy.KXOW IN Xorewber hut, ; c.naiCnCt tIre p abct-
il'tV ; nr ..1.1VTC1 JsS'CXCK 1 nt if* ill! <, tion ct this
\ ivi-1 ,
: a 'ji" o-i \Iid.lV! tie! first j I Ilo'.it"* ?,p to be lri'i-f nvd to (he family rlE'.41icptr oa a tiKVf dr4titJmrt:!
) on a subsequent d.iy. in t t. ii I Iiier of X1-v :'i ii'ii' ttnt-frs,I YE:, thjt it is nereby ordered, that No
"t !lir similar
AND ILOUC MAKCU, r, tne IItrllrtiriu: of chit iren PI 1 1t'i ttVcoiifrj'lorfo re l. /p I the la'ih-rris f work, rte n.te to ewufm; tta
a 1i Si t.ILi1 liv :js tovid.; l- r-i hi--ttts '' French I ; L' tr, ; :\, cufor on. t ic"Estate i: ut AUry PICK cf the
C .
r. : lM'icainn.! newfk'4.uici
I --. .-- i Ser >- d S1.ry L.driiV; Hnildints, f-i: ( : If the | i innn'i'ri'l plate ul l i, .ndpiin* I hew tvite: in-idoand I black: Tnomi, (late ot said -H, .v.iinans anrj lit : j-

.%r1t4lt i uiur: 1z4.Th ____!:._. ., ,2 (Estr.IItL "Is Ci.-Itl- t' j.n -; will rejnne it, ho uill have out h11., aid I pi I i p t hern ..n the new I towers in a homed to sell[ Lire co-iniy.lot decreed, K lure ot o'ir time, tCI.L tr+.a.1.' w1lkr < ..ffiie

;n 5 '. a< 5J in virii! 4.1 iki' 3 APALcaiCOLA, r.* c'I r-p-t( rule: n ,d J.-rau? asst.i'ils.| pro er c.tiditimi for lizltin. the *jid decejvd : lowing Real E.-tae: of I i h'>ur'eir flo.\-n. 4 c..tit'; { *', .i ui Vu R j -. ct
For I K-adirj, \Vntri.. Arifhm.itic En li-i'i' The t Ime good timii eire,: j.t l- ., > cridt .
perElIl craned to C(4ZP.S over *!ie Mill- j X H Watches, Clo.-Us and .\\vlrv c-iri'lnily ;,. and (1o I coitracior-will I he allowed In n-e ail I uthintf X E J otwj.iit..., >>, the S E J of action 22, of niivtIi..i % ring t: .
.tInhlar, aze Id
riphy! q'l.irti-r.; nf t. iC'ivs riasas| Uer* : I-
nait'T i'f 'he sjafiif. Cretin? 4 1,1' i-' pare&1. Otolj, per ; are suitable I I'or gu'od and su'j.tantial' Ihe 3 IV { ot'.erl i.n H I the S E prevuiW.v a
} l f
trt r1 j--J1. l37. I > s.ecrn.n-2-i
f. ( i . . . . . . . .i| () ) '! V' r\1 t it can be obtained( } teuipteJ by wlht-i
k'e' **. Const Hut HIM U. S. |irnvid as fuijJ *"* T 5 *** F O.-t. 11 1, 117. SAM'L J. i '{ VAX. tI I d < ,.'! )_'; ho-i-ies at St: I ts mm I lie I lowers ar.d the X E i ul -<-. tion 1 !, all of Towns.ip! I Ran e ll.t w hje 1 ibt re.-Jsnct-e* f uIy in t.ur v irx.
; i AA A >, Joseph's f oiit md >t. 5, Xoilh and \ 'e-t and
i : : lit i j* ; she S C J of sClimj! :>.>I ion and prfid.i"i .
Ge'--'s'shnd( and al-'o I tiie bricks rn.1 1 in ;pj r rr nurkubte fcr 't{> iv.jut i >
(i ; ; immleol Townnp! _, of If I)4e '>, Xi.r h j-id U'e t.Tno .
frY' ir tiefrr.c" &e., iid cLe, : atd d
# 4irt
ulf I Inf.'J tfi'vr ) pt. ; ime
I -, at t fiv Kind. A sn Jieientqmttity a'wve Lands '
to be sold
J ji illjeeeii! vi MS inJrch COllZr1 $... she specific I j :j "' : ';zt :, I ': :; r U )if smid L"f. it i I h .leved. m iv lie obta"ied the bailees and etc.:.for--, of said deceased.Lie benefit oi file V.Mnt> Ol A'-I.. CI..VSS (-9 SOCier?, "A .

V3 c: '\ ti.,-,v .s.v? ( ..ivpjn\ the ] X Inn the wbove named luuii1din -, to com Given unLir my hand and privafo 'teat, there sufficient evict ce is ur e-xt. fvt* s: d r
m nere.sirmg CIrtUitin1, ur I h .
tiite above Ut'"- |Jnwcr >;iet-i. ty! d. !eP v.v'iSg 1''J Coil L-S plete tl.eiie\v or-ps. beri4! Fir) M( U'ouice this Gthdivui: mmru-r.ij ( : -
: I M EKCI IT.EE T, : S.ptiiier, d if i-m of the public pre 4-C4)lI2il4iI 14. tI $t4131 F DWELLING HOUSn A. D.I 1217. a
(Up S'r: ,) IJOSTOX.Mt'itilae ttrrIr ei.cntIr.gcnii&1t m i'I .. ': ;

tIIS ulera.) ic S' h.1H4'IV : 3'Qk I oii- and Dealers in Bryan's Pafpnt A \dlinz HonY RCABEK-JJ 1.1 c try

th.iI err. of wI.i(1: l ': 1.1 t4tt. .: r' ne ;sj d., i' iO.u.! .-" TwineBalein ,i''d at each! pifo, ::13v{ ( 2 J feet; lotnd,tti n bird !'jnck, 3i1e of Pro'ute'! lor CuliHui:! V'o tiny. .-t.r.R vf the et-fT\

% )It' IeJ.! 'jjN'>n ft.} the >er i ara"ter

IVrIfFX11', oi tjlt11&j1$1.l1 wil ,.-.- C'i! v' 'I!'I' 'li'T< (' ti'.l I Untanued' HJK51"iri4 I o'the ground, and irried npi lec-t .ibove, James Xalion Mo-iday the tiiteentn( day ot X'>- >vavAt. d. i i -r.rn t:> s '.1'! a'r> v -
I TT } ; T'vnri' M iU" rt ." on whici i 1. to be laid : liMtne vember ar.xt. Terms u't'.ile one-thirtl reriiu tire sl. ,,UBhf 'rt .
The I $ I' ; tr' ,;ie Ltti s. : V i : Twiiii1IijA'I or and 'iruud-l.nd M 1 'icker a building! 'tils 's cj-a, t e & cct& ; z, i' i' .
t ) 1 < -1 i.'Mi* < t1!*' "-.iff( nt"r'li lull tn -l Li'ics; I Her. i nr, Pohu! il S'ut-i. Ha-:, a"idiJip I inches s parpots; t H I I feet hah, -1 1 bv S braced li ii nice in o-ie asd: I two \c rs. Per H wi.uito : Tu ( 'igie the alli-r!i .11_oi t tLe rf.. j/,! IHIJ .
$ iIj'sh- i. srcur.
jTCIffl .. \ I > ;i'; d r i ; : : r. -4 erit\ Xt't-i. f "ej'c- 'it'.l! !--j ('ml, a'inve arj b-ow| ; lower fl >ri'i' )i-t4 \> inches buy Lnds rj Florida, will i I I d.j wt-ii vthis ,-' tk- a source 'J cliaiit i.IrI--ti-4i: aru! r.i- r-

tie |iiU''] en'f f-i'ittv.! ts t lIme! above L.i-ds: coinpriaesornu .z.teflF to the (tiiistic ticsi! :mntt tsi; .

(T.fl ( tic in ('I .ze, } by ( .?1.l- t ,. t .*- 4 i t<* <; j jv < llrI'' I t' "> ''-Mi VP r : i j'us!. -2 !iy i'i;, I I"i i'lc'nes a')art. III be I hid *n I that oi' a" 4'joj, if nit the :i't, in time State, andmot cLt tf, ar (i it coaitH.n-s t v -m ricm.i! cfttt n.*'.. i i ii n ,ctnmj -

irt nr'if-j' roof, 'iif -liird! s-iii.i'):.v aduited lo I the cnl'iVatii'n' ot Sea of the ne44Jtr; Uitti the H jrta!>..u ir i irer -
S .i '- si- tute will J>e AimrJ; on the ] *'ie 2'itJj X v( i l r n-\t, '" ;;, ,irl( to !lt t- o'lfVi'd ( liff. I II.} P.LLisOV & Co. >.Ueli.|{ i'.if-r| 1 by1 1 i'lrhes! ; .jd.-, p'id 'rid nvitv'ird1'y Inland ColUi: aid Spanish! or Segar Tobtcco. .M* <>f the S '..'iuri.js ef 's.rittiicaN. i*

lq t J>ae of Hie j) ltlTblt4' laws < f i 1-i
jinn and Ms. t pill >{ it vhirh reiaies fa IJie I i "jvn! and Jiai-w i to Aln.ijr'ilv I f H.m 1 1 .VI ii( the !i '-t 'Iiier, cynre-> or c.-d ir s iinli Exf-culor of Mary TLoLtas, :!"':"d. f on a new e-'r *> ) tti rx. -[ /

nmnt involved, i!< -is tut:,"!!*-. ; iitvi'it u Ii! T 'dIV hand .i>;.d !h ijrfMf r,1 A N\V: : |ItLt.\.R.) ) P.\IM-il. i ,-.*. I hi' rut i i'ru tht'i I i'lcliflo( I the we it heroit'irof I Calhoun Cu.ily, Sf-pt. 0, 1 17. 'J2ia f or The | urpe; and t3, st: Th4 \vi an ;r grti- ..,

[ :.vt3 ot t'' !Hie Cdpit-tl!, t'til.'jth i and c.el: ils a roodt iavirn hi > inerr it tfe
0 Tlist ib- 55 OUl or :) >!r.- fha'i riches at the si Jvri I [ % ? best
persons 'ifi.-d toic. i'. A :A 2> II 5: A D Y."C'JMK .
q October, Ibl7. ; 1 ''!.I-l the l t4lu1|$. t.i !be divid'11 I i I it>> t" <> r wins ciI:131a: Circuit Courl. J I tjp-' rjobicai kili rfLc r* cnry. !u adiitn

:. .Jl.< ou ilie 34'i.j.jfire fffi IIt e W. D. MOELV. AVD "I' \IIME-"' wit 'i i iiifrv het-vf-ei 7 $lect vvidt : a eSr rievii Israel Mo-es, ) Petitioii for Foreclosure r.fvs | lothes.t *, and aie&:' j-! aft valuable j pecmtnr..

' lit! !H Jn/i'1! ,a !)<<-cnijtr. flIl l!i- n *iintfunttSiioi t\\ October If, 1Sl 17. 4<) Bin; the vr-r. ic-s' a-i-i! cheipest newspaper; at I e.icn 'tnt, arid a fiv pla e m e-.if h ron'si : '-!->'..v.wt'i > M'inIiige; on a Nero 31ale I tieit: i*, in r rfi-rctuv tc th- drm.ersmt'eriip1'ined f talent

!..iot a ::;..fld..lin 'h ear tl! IU'.. et 9'jll'IV, t'lrt, windows in each p ii I'.r, twelve I Ii'aE ii iit I E'--ie7."r Hoyt. ) Sbve Daniel. upon it, the ekfapett paper ia the

; sI ii ;; try 4 t i Slcch1a, ;ir. I IrnIe "4t'; ozje J1F :ti' i-rot( $ : Li. (LVEJOLL III. I VI.]np.j>/aVfinnlcancr.THS ', I J (V l ; : novr, unum! G. M. v\i*, United rate ,
&c. and rorced ? iu !--iJ frirn the the altic EB\fzci .1." a/ /'ie bath xtfKtar? af t!.- rr arK
; to thcl. ttjirs ; end v into t erf tn
j ;;; II; .';'e and :L: < t ia tU- City .? Viic' H : a >er ;i14 i-ti-.J -very Sjfirday! at 110X 1 ;; I i is itii-re !I.i. i-'c /'re/ijr hje- .
& j < f > oi t the stairs julie divided! i lilt) two ( ire t -/iiy Saturday
: I
jil'1 ". The 1I--n'. e i-i = hu.U oi L f X: '. is-ij'i -tr"t t -i i 'i j id-* 'ii e ', wnfi! a'i ir4ii"K \ ; : of ,\ C"rl n-i nir.i male ivtiXsniei, Ie i.s .lu' *
fleu. '1' wiJ :tuI (.1: ii4-; .:,: t, at4ItIflI.Z In tnt- ; 1i 1,1 .- ir.v: I -I'l-I r'.irt3cntin4 Gone-rat liUT \- I r-i "(.<, vjt'i a-i entry b''tv.etn 7 fert wde: ; one I rnori4 zedl>y E u-next-r Hoyt to Johu! W. B OI.CAon I h1t Jourx'/ imt, infreati th nd&on of weftihy
of > i
the ( t "
rti'fjbers zjur
: be subdivided into ;
to e.rpr t
1".i. -! ii' fl1lrt! tlu act l hi, Iii ocuretolhesiid oJsrw and
( window I in! t he enfrv between I Ihe cln'iibrs I scgnis, izc thrjteiepert.
tP! p u ..: imt l. w.l is; in 1f* li*-MTn jU wi*i .i d it"* p i3 i-.ore fi't; Jinn rnilj !; *i-: OF BUS.VISTA.! Uaucock, or his U4-I.I5. I tit- principal s ,rriof that all who
reqtt.\i httrnit
I'lhi'ifs S bv 10 collared with lead \ ta&ius t
as; s, ji j i, v*. ill, I'ltesv-t iVi'-t daat! N
4111 't-itf th" 7f't: 3kit n / T* \> r su ) 1 1t 2 a* i i-'j; t'lvvnu'ilj'i '''.I-! It t i? al I.<'' ii ui-I r t-l i" lendly uitn t n.n>dome well H< Vi Ih I lh" chimneys ; doors in front and!! will ta'e' percent I pi),>wilt rr-j1j'ce their JU&JTpL&fls isth Lie
ir rfTinrn: notice tal aid
f, iiti '"r 44Y Ni-ti< su. ta iiI if J rs : \% iri'cie( ; j-i ; ..A.Te'l- the L itT1:-.' the battle ; foe m>-rt.ue I nt numbr.T .
s luck rhe
( 'c v3i .) ,, :... ,- u d usf .I is vv'< i u l IH'.P t1 n PI.T'-S-fii! & '. | til ,, %., D.liars three
}i,4Th l' 1i3If .V.'ij I lo the closet ; flvdvvrsto I be I pannlieil \lo iti-anid the tune {.nutted f'-r ''n ..ivmcntof a year, iir copies
# an uC Ittir w ; ; t. i1 if wtnil LoIlaj-Cch- if juv '*ates the claims and supports the nominal ic I inch thick, Ix-'Fl1 ti.e I lion i : and hrh: said sum of ;}'j.2111, arid Ihe interest fur fived-Il[ iN,. i iw.r: iiy in adsa ce.
d i 1 44.-I! *. T'leu! d t.t: r.-t>r.T
;r : HT J"l'-uj-151 d
,. v- i'i fl r-: t mi of d-ior, v. hell ar, to be 1 i rich The fVo-it vvitii l The llorn JornxAt. w j-eut hy mall to all
tlflf'I. Its mi injj expired, plaintiff: lias filed hS >*-mj: i'-ti tr
\\jli .' 4-I C ;
i-ri : i ra-ijci; 1 vr'.i i1il.
| s-i ot i the Laild
L h. : Ine/.o 1'f-ts, with a -.rood luck bolt and larch parts St..ttiie Briris% i'Ot1nI
t l l tt0 cIxcAL ZACirAHY TAYLO11 A3 I ,rtcire in the Circuit C nrt ol Cii i-.t'j i ctu iI -
: Ci l J4. Foi I
T1. < ;' chK <> iiri."u.'i": -i srt 'urs 1'1DXT.: vul hiMiwii'i! :"od liinzcsa wmdw H each j gaL t'> Con'pe, d>me w> ip: *;r">''s r4pr ,
i iFp, $ 1 u ,:hiii to"Stf I f fchairJi tv, vi J will apply fi'r forpciu'ir| ol inesifi? at
':' I, ;j -.- lrinn I1I < ; WM.TDNE It 4i5 fur U fl.t2d; U and Ready," party or : 'rjw.'lve lights-: % bv lo. P. l'.rcWn- thcDjccmber (teirn ut! r= ibi Court mr fin-.%. I With the uffiiost pnnctrtilif- anti de jj
i2 Ml t'X tn r- "liti Ivl'i.vand above! and clot I lathed t Stmb'ri l ron.", ord rs, rer.iri :i&4, irJ-th cornn1'tnatio:7 -
P'' -I !i.j.U', .n Iiy far rie v :ry best man i in: the ,I R, J. ::1)EArm'y: :r P ;!.
.n-nn !- () ;
: \\ 1 I H *
Ill ( r; ft1 *" tiUt iXi airt.i-.
--in -
r.f.1.: :: r..t. d :.": jU-slo be Pr .-d.nt.T I !pb-torrditid fi iis ed in a plain and decent' mi nncr :- j Sc'Ientr! 2 I't7: ( ( i'4 trtbeEJiler
l'3 l fl fi S; i. ats11; ;t. T ai.d 1 of ; crr.: .
Lt1. pit.-r.iN ail I t-! tils: a-itl i eiiJ i.ta of the : iciitfrback Iro'it tiie h
mi an t i PI ij 4lf3 u1ir the Ci't1.l :, .i< tni-v .ire rect-H-d tn Xcw Yor'c.I lc lead OiTttu- water! to aci-ii-m ; an i AlLiiiO1t Cxenie. X P U ILLIjist -<,
THEotd f fl f ?
5 i
*r' '"' li* V. j I ii* Jj .j.J |.| ik(3 lC UI tb ::1| tvatei i-troH. Appiv nr on- I"vt-TJ-c nt-i I isrs Tict 1 : nr vxsih I ,ne ) -tories ev opening I ii t the buck' furidation, tviid! ? ol the'hnnsp ;I. THE sti icriber iniunns his Iri nds 0 21 l. 1547. i7!

s. Lu ,! t 4a.: pnn!. .ud be Ji UU<*HT. -E. t'ltliiij i Ive ii'-tr--t iu *. It aUo ;;k iII I tiienewiof s f't!' wide: ll'V,r to be MK i-iches''>"low ;I i'r and (the nnMic in genera!, that he I.-l: b<--I T: \T.\r-Yous

.r ; ,. th'wv' t the sjll o #Ihe door, I the roof hnI'd! ail I the I Ji.L- I the this
: 1114 ff (;' 4) It-a r 2 11 l7shiLr :, > ''t':1 I r.i'-izn a id d.i'ae-tic. I j I' f IS ; coi :e Proprietor o above well I sczrrzc
t.iic :
l_, ,,. w .od wcii, evce:>t I the rT"lf, nsinled! t two coats I known hoti-e and will I I -
-r ''. 'J''rl.itl l.l1 of *he tft A CRr: i1 Vl'Eit i i ail i['ts, bull; for city ;; i pleased (to tr.tertainar.y

?,. \; ill, ii, rif .-forr, lie ti'ili S:2e. and 'ii:itiy Mi-en'-r! : I all I'te I il- r- in the hon-e 1i b" hid I do'ibi". of the travflun c.imrri'inity tint) ni-.y livur I .1 Third '

.:hb.j Lhi' T> yrtu:- m u.. <-\ "itn-i ir> tn Frsnklm) Cir- I It is -\ j < I.i )ne the lar 'f cirenl-itionof Ala c'hvenient distance fn-m I th dweilinj' i him; with their en-torn, and will al-a occotnmodile I'cnr.: .
t. ) lh.i.; ;.r unitoi i J3 C E. *. hrn-ie, to l Is a fr 1.0 ? kit .- it1, I' bv l li, tot md : ; This >r'dtir; .Sojerrtii".d MechamicatXtzr.
'niinj l cna
::4nzr ; h| lis.t |th|T-il'-d l lJ ib. ii I I Lfiyrv* K t>. r J. i J lO; d f, J >h.-* e Ic.u-d wi I Hi"i :she -!e'ti'i; i'i (J-i 'r.l I Ti> i ir I a-c'ii'e' f< fri s;\ bnu pslhrs, 2 leet trim the cround, si-ilied with genuine liquors of t.e! eh 'ici:=tjialsty. ; ni\, (vvhic'; Kidt alre.iy at; H ifv! f! r -
$ ( | i-j-J, .ul J lf, ,!, iv 'ti 1:1: i ?: ? ;prupi-iU) : it. I It Will !It-1 tL.Lby tiiot-anda all over t the | JOHN PATRIDGi I cl.iun4 weekiv

i1jT1 fl-I- Ijt ;,tIs.: 41C L'. it ; ,t4i-d cn i1tt II j ) ctittrV. E.'i-ry Ltrna4er who ev iecis to( i e I[i tnrd! piicu., two wcid'i'As, twelve li-rhls! t by! A.t.iljtchicola, X'ov 11 1, 1 li>- ai% apr & t 7'- vj uv
I'' will i h.. ijmtv linld U I I'), arid o t<*door a ruin, with! nifable tire world,) witl coffiTie'iet.-* Ttiul*>
.fm < tnut t an
for Pr.- .id-'iiii j.sI f If rturs IKI I -7iid i II u>.-< a.d: ilfilif'Ill'-.d- irr'iflI. cribers. i jd 1f'f. |kr C' i'iir., with ci .uuie, trainusel arid 17. S. HI AIL, !'OM oa S-tiurii.iy, Sept -JSth,

; ,, ,, r, I1 Hut ur .Siii- '! T)PTtI) tXl-jil 13tV. .ttil Ie2r's L ) it'V, 'jul Tsie fjct K THF. ROLGJI{ AN.T lit: vuv "' will hi"t'! I ''e: 1'hir laid doiile! ; I the atMc floore ';in- i I(Chaftaliaochcc' II> TortOX iues. Each niim'nrof The Si'att' Aweckraa contain

lot (ivtr,3ir. (1oflfr-,444, As.iiih. i vvi.'l: *>v; ne id t *- (ntiy iii t !1-> the recoct)!/.- (! oi .. ,nol' liie I lin--ui.s ul 4il<- and m.iltiiid ; oie window in the atii I i" ; compi ] a.-d alter the fii-t day l lnext -* from FiE > SuVt"ORIGIXAI.. MECHAXICAL
& :. l.llC i 114 1L14 l si %14J11 ld i I *-d D. >Ji"-i tr :' .ft t'm .{i ihf C.-.irf I II. l-u' Taylor, who are m favor of his baii; ; nominated ; I'I t 'tus >-tcp-s t'> jo into: attic. In the rear A- -'l-t lu-! I.i-.e v\i!, | heK : -
uLt i i t jH CITJ n ti! :in: M-'sdtv: i ri and rl' ea< h dw.-.i'ij Ci-tern i is to be limit of I hard I ENGRAVIXG; a ca's.ioane ef
.f tin_* ( ii T\V. > I Alv.'E.i. <
I tII tiiitie ) ;.tr. N-nv i: < -!! ; .;exl!, bflvvt-eu t.t- u--i I !h ni < <.t < di>. ELECTED PV THE PEOPLE. brick I lined v.-tti Human ct-tnent, lr e enough to >.; i'. ;. Tne undei-.t.jtied, fi-vui -the ( UlERiCAX PATENTS, M i acd from &a
two inipuriani flwimtK conto -
in iu-! | JOHX SarzfL cnntain, ->:t ). gallons, cowrcdilh heart j I
*'l of H'CAS I fprt r,.IUk r iii tIi( eiitlrtrv .r'n pine t l'dct carry tne Mad on tin-, ru.itmti n 1 If" Parent O.iiiv acb week! ; notices cf the progress
oi.e inurith) at a v rv tis\ >.iM t. ,i Or 1<. I"S7 I !:v II Lvcs, 1). SfEA.Vf )(iir4.;. witl dour on lop, into whicn the rain ,
ive to Trawlierwho
facility of ail
C'W ( jm.i.Atrt'ivit't; toW.LKINN evciy r .iv v.i-iito I fleW MrTCilAXICAL anJ SCIENTIFIC
\ ivill he .
-.r, tenon-* i nil l n *i.ifli.P.TtelC1CC 's- gutters from the dwellings are lo lead.
( {take; thi> route, by Colimbo-., Ga. Nun h.
>X &. Co. I'u'ihsher-i
; to the j.-enplf ; and IHH; \>t'in M; : .' KUV.T Xo paymeit is lobe made to I the contractors I inveutto :? ; nsfro-tii.r.s in the various ARTS
G-irnJ SfD'jihe; bu .t (4'tearmi4, 1.0i !
,.1 rizti1it 11-5 I I Xas au-street. XiwYnrk.Price fir the above named work u-itd the vvhob- each obi4ilzr -
other of the CiciiL Uotit. ; with! EXORAVIXGS carious
any inmifrou* olyer'his drivers will 1 ahvavs LIP ;
I provided nIntI! ji ird
H ciiHin'le : a \lrgc profit allowed t la ; ; a vv ,
-a' tact aim)** ou Z1IT. we I lii ti1. to Inewitli !.< Hii < )J'4l.ilt, 1 aze it--, '.vh-i ii'1% in .piarititii-s.1 case is compiled! and the sime btich inspected and approved he- every ;pains will be r, '%* ?! to ijive-'ili-'tactioi' ( (/*- PHILOSOPHICAL ar'd CHEMICAL( experiment -
vs.Vijhufti > by thundersigned.: or person as
; our LpKiin tuie. OHlttw peciully ditiinz 1'ie tratoii RAIL
\ H. ri.rli.IT ( For I Ihe ourtos: ol facilitating% Ihe I fortnitionol nny appoint for that Tin-entire work ,) ; P.OAD fXTELLIGE. -
ni',, Ii*. d'tlrf1CiI I HII I jj1J1l Cln'H: ill all iiaits I of the United, Statethe purpose. |tho-e vvhniiiay chor.e tins ro'ileXoith.The t \ E IX EUROPE AND
bin;; nidd.-1 to ajijearhy; affidavit, that tb<* to becomplcL-d bv thfirt day of vlarch, l-slS. AMERICA j all
li.. .' such} aiijffidiiii in ; Il-j'iih and lli-idy: will 1 1 1 be furnished, i in lU.riber Sae: \\ill leave Cluttahoochee every
lI1)4)l1itli4Z W. SI'KXCr.R
ddfftdii it rfd ", b-vo-id: tlj I limit-i "I! i!IiStac SAMUEL TUESDAY and FRIDAY the dilPreut 3IEUll.l.\l'.JAL 3IOVEJIESTSptib'.iihed
V-KC -!,', ihe : to o ie .tdJre-i-1, post-j aid arid in advance lol- at 0 AM.. ; arrive
< < tllfi as
: u oti SHHIR dy ; Collettor and of Liht I Motives
/1'indi '
*' ( ; to uit, in tin .Sid?" tit N'--\ i .. up at Fort G,tines next div, bv 12 M. Leave Frt '! in z seripar.d ILLUSTRATED(
7 4'ht.Mr: tlt-.rsfter vi iuLI snfe, in I Y< sk : II Hoidt-T-d tluil( service ot -.nd '.ill! Is* i. District ol Apalachicola.. Gaines WEDNESDAY

to. > f.lr5 of) time In iur votrrti, ;irJ -c"td oti sud defendant, (by piiblir.'iinn i.fl I I T'v.-ive cop i 1-3 for one yeir, (S I cN ench) sto t ) 00Tv October 2, IS47.' all P.every M. ; arrive at Cijatlahoochte arid SATURDAY next d.'vs,, I more than A HUXPRED E\GP.AVfXGSSec.

;;rlllI1.I vXczIttruetjf. iirdfr! br fi-ur niMijtlts tn * c|'. each) :'JJUJj I i N'ITE.-'FI'e time for receiving the proposals' |by 8 P. M.Persons &c.

The iji I (; ll. at ,' ttIv. I i liri'.N-d, in tbc CiH f'l A.IIarIIrUta!: ;Filtvo j's ((7)) cts.. each) ll'tU I )) i is extended fu the nrst day of Xovembcr next, j ji travelling! from ColnnbuGa.: ., via It is in fact a paper that ilERfTS the patronage -

s T. ni n, ,,? |he 4 )i'i .Mond.iv of N I I .!' to 'pear 2'.d a'.ver said bill, olhtiwisc itwi.l : O ie !MI idr-d f i'i( ; ( -. .'afh} ) _*V i ) W i at \\2 o'clock, M. I M I 'oitlrames, niaKeiy; cnatiaitoocueel !ii'cy! to of all MECHANICS and MANUFACTURERS -

'there then littakfi i n> <* I"1- u- ,ti.J| he a 1.111-c <.f 1v"flT ; ; I.t1hiaiin rmtst expeditious throa'hmr the UXITO TATti,
At Ch-iabcr" S.M.f.-.' l. 1Q17.GEOR'JE the
$ betweeti Ligtit I House anti DAellin oa Cape St. Blaibv route.
iliecl.d,ieii and iheJ tn: usbfIcernf.ftt .i tvli Siloasi.: aad -hMilJ be i the hand* of EVERY ONE
; S. JIA'A'KiXA : -?, I the first of! Mjrch: i and that on Cape St
T. D. 1\'II..ZOX. Pronsietor.
f Ijt L "I .ill j >'..!- i.i T -. s 1 !.1 In his
L es-in. I i i Ii IS I I- ; i i i.jI'C |
True Conv. J'j I14l, II I J. l I'lu-mK i jil Hie -)'.I)1C! 4-1 1 -r.iliv lint be has
kl1 11flI ( $1! .In i. )8J't- \ VALLT\U: Ckrk. (Sired, ,) SAM'LV.. SPENCER, Mechanical or Scier.lliis :r2provenenf ia this
bt-coi.'ie |, .
Mi'icloi'v.l( I t'lfali !
ty t\e >
pr ( > ,
p bIP.rl.l J MJ1TUI-. Wi. lli.IiI .eli) pullto I 0 fiiIir ., I i:! I 1-lw Oct. -2-). Sn-i't i.t. Lights &C.VAL'I'OX Twenty Dollars ncivurd.
-- _, : ai.I 1 h-i.H's b* |)ii>_n-r tn i uqin; i it i 1 1 1met attenlion Country.
v iIe 'iirm:!*, IIMI OLCIlls I nThe Bay KKUEI, lo merit .1 ei nlm iatice oi I ihe oitromijeheielolore % ClStCUIT COUUT.Ii WILL be paid! for the apprehension It i- published in QT'ARTO FOKM, conveniently -

'iliri a hr 4 iii \I onIv /"V-'the! finest <|iii.iiv |'jl received, a'itl l I fnrin ST I li'i'rallt: I I t"tO>ved !it!_P11 I tins I H I .I'ts-. C'iinccry. -1\ and delivery of a NERO MAX named adapted to BIXL IXG and tnrai'.htd! ta
JOVf "" ,
ttd or 4/t/f oi/ter tunic a* ? l) \e ebt i-ti- Cornelius Graalhain, } c, z,1 Levi, who ran away Ir.-m ?Jaconon Sunlav -

1l bylaw. ni-iit! will I cooler: a favor bv -.,.i! IHI.J I i \\itd I th. ii'j.I'I'I. vs. > Petition for Divorce. --'-'. tie! I Illb I t in.;t. Levi is a dok mulatto, Country Subscribers at the LOW PRICE ct

'*.e idt-rations and oilier} *, will ( iiIifI ; : : <2 "TIuriilf, ) JOILJONES.!; Falba Granthnn. ) stout and well built, will weight about IsCi Ibs., TWO DOLLARS A YEAK-OXB DOLLAR

I'M o-.Ciir in our tx-xt A>**Miidy.! i incunr Eiii1i Ciioiiit 1, Ac. .AIIlIrhtrt'li_ April J>, 1 I 17. 1:;-t I II I'P appeal m. lo the satisfaction of the Court, a little bow le ed, speaks .iow and lon with a fX ADVANCE, and the remainder in Six

: tllz; iI %'ITy ,nItriiI; 1111t1 UI il I el Tt'ST r.-i- -ivi-d ui.d lor >ale L>'\ '" .Ih)4 St.; Croiv -4lI..Ir ; bv aliidivit in id.! m this cast-, that thedelemhnt I *troti' voice, hail on when he left a Satinet! r imd Months. Address,

Iii 2 .1. C. .\'s Fatha Grad'iiMi,, resides beyond' the coat, and checkeied pints of country horne-pun.
fl il t as I Iit 'jrI tif I Ii i ,., :2 i d i > New Orli'vn Sn ir, to arrive; AIUXX ic CO. PuMWicrs
Ie .' juiHhction of I Ihe! Si ito cf Fl.'iidi : It i is ordered I expect he will make fir Columbus, as he lately- ,
point Wh'-lli'-r I'DiRks Iii I'.fle: ; /> d > Java ;
out. S of Wild
cr m.i that Syrup Cherry
i 'iiI I1)t b\s \r->'ti.iiic Tolucco; jhat I the iiid I Fat ha r1inl liirn do appear arid an- lived theie. Some snspirion ex'isfs that Levi V2-5 FuIton-sJrett, Xew-Ycrt-
view of the & p-vived and tor s-.le bvt
4V our iiiitter.; w<* decoved as-isted vvtiite
4ZartI Ji'S .V''j M ili'd dHrown's) and Labhy's; s-\-er 1 th' *ad: '>eliiio-i within three months alter was or otl'bvsotne) person, POST PAID.
n>ij j iil ; ceiiainly. so, paid
j _:_ 2') Sperm Candles rjh\s( I the 'iu'ii.-ili.n ;
t1 II us. if the question of twoelec-1 ; OJN, \Vini! aw Ci Ia* &c.TC 10)I I bnSnot ; :/;i> k's Powder ; ; ; will b takr" for co-ilV.sed ; aid it is further or- proof sufficient to convict him. Hops, i-
: "ert ..1j tu iIit IIPr I d-r-d this order be in II. L. COOIC Aspnf. THRESH Fall Crop, for >ule Lv -
4 I.e IeflIIP. I < r reieived ;pi-r bru (' 'is. WiUa I i, a very .2') ) J IbsLexl ; I cjLine.dOd' ; fiit published some news-

; IttIe ilouljt ,411IIU Hu-ir
'I &nJ will s iv firi her. iii () U- ( 'rt-en, VirdiirrH, Var-n-hes; of cv.-rv d I -' motion, For sale by WAI. CJ. POI? I'RU! &. (h). sp 1'f- nf t'ir.-e' months. SANS SOUCS HOTEL. T'IXIN'E, Camr.Kir ? nd Piperiae, !last receivi'il -

the object of a popular election also a 1 .r.- I l-.f <>t !Paint: IJiiohe-. :all I sZ'< <, f ir ...debv Dec 5 -11 ''S GEi. S.; \WKFXS, Judge W. D.ujc. nnilE subscribers le-pecflnlly mlorin their Q and fur bvA

> fxpree ioii of the will of t the [oct :.!]. __ J '-. ALLKX.perior: E1V'it :,: ]: : Ue \ t m. \ -21 1SI7. 323n8titc : J. Iriends, and the public nenerallv that they >nl 17 H. F. ABELL.Peter's .

: '"* whole JeoJlr--h.n our iircI I GoI1 !'e! Jo SAN'DS', lor sale b.v tiie dozan or ofFRANKLIN FITia, have opened the above establishment and are Ve'tIe Aialibilliousreceivpd

1 ", 18 (& earl,,. Mmv of our voters of W.-HlAu ,! x .Jr, tW-' buttle, by COUNTY. now readv to receive 1)oar,1el' arid hope through .

1ptIh-d 'e<4rl>' to lie :ilHenl% Oil llllsj |- AFFAV; IV'i jI.t t received .*'i'1 f"fd l !>v July 17 ,J. C ALLEX. Tf1C) all!I -irrsois ''iivi-i.. d'-na-rN: a. ii'i-t the es- proper attention to receive a shaie of patronage. I'iI ; aid .

j oetitiie of the election- uid October -21- J C ALLRX.SEfDLlTZ. 1__ tateof Xjt'un' S'Vinour: I hie oitaid county, The Bar' will be well furnished with chon-p A FRESH supIvju't .r.imkby
many ECuui.A % II F
: ordinarily he found confined' "and "siidj Bay d'ceisfd, notice is neivbv sjiven lint I have taken Wines, Liquors and ez.ui't ; and! the tletiuir.nt :i April 17 AI3HLL.
to Yei t Powder* (lithe I'URs'I sn of A French's superior
(W lift,. I IroTi t the I Honorable Court of Probates of said will be well[ supplied} With Gmie, Fih and Oysters 10L1) Pres-Je l CatirOi1 and .. .xratoga Water,
IWI. or '*' ; i ttrid.te. upon .iek t iv, f. ra!<- by j. RiV li'rn( j-ist received a-id for sale bvJ'ne
OG courtly. Letters Testamentary: upon the same, and of'the best qualilv in eaon .-i'i-t: received and f>r saio hv
votes in Jul. 17 J- C 1Lr1NCataIy. J-2 II. li'. l3EfL.SLrstItI'iIIL .
: Jlf" were pulled Florijr _ _ : that all claims will be lurred if not presentee' JAMES GIBSON & CO. Aunt 10 II. F. ARELL.
) w''e' ill Octuler, of the : June 2-2 1SJ7.X. .
14r. Syrii within two years after I Iheditc of Ibis I advertise ------- - ------- -- -- ----- -- S

: l1d *"p"( more had hecoine qiiHhfiwyoltincreased ': s ir' it. i 1 '*-* < ol t I Ill irhound rU > F received, aid! tar ale bv ment. MILTON X. SCOTT. Gentlemen who wish for refreshment- Fiarli oisss.N .

> ; only 5.3U votes'' ]P Ci ii J i i-l i .vtvtfd .1 id lor ib-bv J'i'ie l-2 _ II FBKLT,. A'nl'mchicni'm. July' l. IS 17. '-3--2ni in their rooms can bi accomodated at si.ri! I" tierces and barreN, tur-ac ov

ffti )hundred lost their H F ,M LL.Bailey's B. I'.LLON & CO.
votes. .JtJ.It- :1 }7\T* L'K PILLS A.V'T'rijjKVFJf ) V.rLIE PILLS :\NI3 1MKENIXRr In j1.
bteanI M F.-S CO( gt Water street.
I4trliS1 sickties i In Ocioher. 1640. I '(,1Iie Ii1II'( YL 1EI just received and !f'r -=:'! bv : I ITEUx jut received ad (Vir .sde by ; hivi'i t>u-i'ie>s withthe ,i'id..ri.zri-

1% n" tf *"les W1IS '"" 69 in \WMN rT HIS i-.i Valili'd-cn.j.o'i' ; .-I ilud Wlncf r | x.v21 j c v.r.nxSfTLTnTfK I N'i: 'S U. I A 'VT.TI. nri.i.t. P"RS"\ .iI! !Ii' C ill o-i Mr. WM. S. DAM- 1YifltI-m'tv iaii.. .

? "-r '" M fl(ile Flori I... and! in Flst I L Cinch-ma a-id Itiir.i! a ve,. t taM" febriItie' and MURIATE QUlNIN..*: S tI'at9gL IVatnr.i EiJEL, as I >!ull he al>->ent for a short time to a A LARGE I-t, assoited sizes, jut receive -

P5TItive our intinory bt-tves us, there for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold bv i UAR TS and Pints, fresh, for sale di-t.tnt part of the state. and for sale by ,

loss-distinctly alleged to be June 12 H. F. ABELL. July 17 J. C. ALLEN. April 17 H. F. ABELL. July 17. FRANCIS KOPMAX. June 12 H. F. ABELLir



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i'itosricTij.sOF rnin1tttOri' NottcL 1 7LcBlt OtICti.IN undersigned
tr;!& PIJRLNI1ID I.VERY rhmUI'ny
in the Filitu- PT

THU"FLORIDA Si\ months after date, I will apply I THIS WJBSTCKN CIRCUIT I ) (, 1 I t I :\ I tlKOR-; 3. I.

WHIG NOTICE Hon. Judje; uf Piobales lor Franklin OF FLO III DA.IX __r' ) ; ( say to the pat
final Imm the Adminis- : generally, W. G. M. DAVIS,
County, for a di-rharge Franklin Circuit Court. ::..;
A WEEKLY PAl'JBU: tr.itioiitl the estate (it Donald Campbell, late of IN CHANCERY. z.L.C; i made for its

TO BE PUBLISHED AV.V.J///.MV.f. said county, deceased. :\rabella E. Hepburn! widow nfl .:-__ appearance, Office, Third Story lUUzvll'a CuiUing,
Adm'x. to elevate and Commerce and Chestnut "cf[
Burton Hepburn, deceased, stock, :
THE undersigned propose publishing in the Apalachicola, June .",, isi 17. lihniTtY1'lCE.six Complainant- and paper, and ThttMS.Three .

Town of Manaana, Jackson county, Florida, a months after publication 01 vs. ) ; ; and profitable unscmuP .- Dollar
render the
to *
weekly newspaper with the above title. 1N this notice, application; will be made to the Joseph L. I Hepburn, George O.Heiiburn and ) ; as the rowing if paid in advance, or 53 50 if paij"
This paper will he devoted to Literature, Acri- Hon. Judge Probates for Jackson county, for a Annie E. Hepburnar.d to ) and months, or $ 1 00 if paid the-realter. mmmi"x
City re-
culture, and Science; it vill als> contain: thej the Care-line B. I Hepburn, the most
final settlement I < current news of the davanJ" articles in support of Uteof Samuel N. .Spears, deceased, late of said heirs at law of Burton Hep j jIT pure 1 and to furnish.expended months-and S2 wil! invariably be charSS1

the Whig Policy. ELIZA SPEARS, burn, deceased; Daniel K. tint i inoJ. No pimr will be discontinued tor,
The want of a local paper has been severely county.February! I 11 I, lSI.5ebIl! Administratrix. Dodge; the heils of John pleasing In all arrearages are P>"d, unless at the option ?
felt in Jacksju. Walton and Washington! couni i Peabody dec'd, whose trus- support shall 1Vroprmetor.or "'we

tjes( and has led to the proposed establishment of \ tee is Daniel McDuugald ; [ Bill for Dower. ; upon which the AnvKRTitEMKNr.Onesijuar >,(t\veie t.

this Journal. j Wry Goods.r John \V. Campbell ; Hudson V itself, believing; Ici) will be inserted at the rate <,f One IV?
The undersigned hope ta obtain jiuTicicnt pat t] s'ib-Jcribcrs olli-r for sale a large and sea- A. Thornton ; Nathaniel. the perpetuity Jar for the firot, arid Fifty Cents for every
ronage to enable them to commence: its publication JL s-nable stock ol Dry Goods, consisting input Thornton ; I I I Hop ; Sea I advancement of ''quent insertion. e.

by the 1st of September. of born Jones, John II. Howard ; studiously avoid Totlio e who advertise by tin- y.-arahbe

TERMS-Three dollars )) annum, in advance. Negro Kerseys and Lin oys, and Edward Cary, I trustees of h ; ) ] opinions an- V di 3 50 if paid within siv nroalhs; or $1 1 t J at the White and Red Flannels, James P. Calhoun &. Charles ;-i: : : our paper the singly: pertaining to their own busiu-ss !

end of the year. Plain and Fanry Jean-, L. Bass, ci.mpc.5ing the late t t ot (democrat us all legal advertisement sent in by th'ta *!
P.EXJ. (;. LIDDON & CO- ouble t ; illed"Tweeds, firm e.f Calhc.un &, Bass ; advocate of bo charged at the nv.iul rates. "*

_:July :31. 1 17. Super fancy ( .HTK-ivs Williaxi 1 lowland ; William fo their U amusing and fir: All legal advertisements must be nad''in -,
Super End-h; and French Cloth, Sloan ; Duncan :McDou- Goods, : pn-per subjects, advance.
( ,.OeijeS anti Sii to&s. Whitney Ulank-ts, 1 1'Vll' 1 and 12qrsDuird gab! ; Mordicui Myt is, assignee N. 11. general infor- !I *" Five DoIlaH win bc charged for
1> IO COFFEE, Java d.! >, St. Domingo do, lil.inket: *, >, !U a'ld IU its. ef GetreV.. Ross, care and! r t : h welcome visitor i icg candidates for oflice.j annonnc.
X Northern Flour, Western; d.i; N O Sugar, and Cuttonadcs, bankrupt IanielIcDou: mechanic, the All advertisements
Denims, Kremlins a ; j %(;3- from a distance
$t. Croix 414! Porto I Uicj di), Vuuiu Hyson Tea, our constant cn- nw
Joseph & Laurence1O'B. !Mnioli f
Shirt jrald : [ with the
llro'.vn iu-tand SiRvting l-e accompanied cash,
Cio&hcn ; or city
Hyson do, Pow.-'ion.j d.', JKIIS! , Branch William II. this, ive shall 1 referent'
letter, Cheesi-, L trI, IUc. I II I MII Sid Shoa'dcrs '- Cotton Osnabuig", ; (o insure insertion.
aid the Bank I through
Moh Shad S.ilmoii Linen and C.-ttcn Checks of Pensacola, tics which bind
Mess and PrimPork.. 1.ittr'I.! ,
Hcrrin;, Stauh: ani TII: : Co I LiIa '1'oiiue Iris'.i Line.i, Shiriing; anl: Sheeting, 1)ijizJan!& J 1 and to WILL HE 1UBI>IHE1> AT WA'HISTO.\. c.
Pepper, :- : C I er S itzi ()la v t, Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, appearing tn the satisf iclion of the Judge ofthisf'ourt I and fecl- On the srrcntf of December next

Cars, 1'zck So.ti; Strcli, Nary En.gli: ih!), I Fre.-rli iid: American Prints, I by I the affidavit ot the Complainant's of both, wo shall NUMBER ONi:
llreaJ, I'Lkt ti ,, ( ru.Prz!, 1)ri'd Fi'tii Extra su;)*-r, plain aid t twilled Ginghams, Solicitor, that the! Dclend.ii.ts hereinafier : I or THE
Bean iIi, \I te.tr4i, V4rn.tetlli. Arrow Cds'iiaere d'Ecosse: named do r.-i reside within theVestorn Circuit present connec-

For sal-RoutCom by Oa.s, U U.u-kwi I LLO:! *. !i, M-isianl.,\ .V CO.J.iti2:5 1 Rice.. Super Extra sjju-r; M -lii tk Lame, cl the Stale cf Florida, but wit! in t the United we would wih UNITED STATES REPORTER

: -1 \T.L1t.r rtriMt.BOJFS Euglis'i, Scotch and American do. States of America ; t hut is, thai Hie Defendants The (Jeor!ian," A Daily Journal of Government, Legislative J,,
Super 1 Italian black and ligurod Silks, Joseph L. Hepbirn resides in theStale of Texas; ; from the General News. -
Sii'ies and Crans, !>. ilucise; Black; Silk Cravats and fancy I Ilkfs, the said Gcotg 0. ]Hepburn ii: I lie State of Missouri FOR ; cor.Jidei.tlv" ex

Siusw! an I Ib'i! i H; Super Engliaul: : Potigec- Silk I Hkfs, ; the said Annie! E. I Hep'tun' and Caroline ( THE; subscriber is nov. e-it.ii,!(,'! t > .(flL < urifpr-
Men's, B.iys and Vtvatli'* I 8rti.i ; I and the said WilSain Howland, Diarni!.< JACKSON.
Euglisli:; and: : Xinoii-TM! Cotton Hkfs, B. Hepburn completion of his arrangements for
'' li.iiMen's %%"t flrcgins; Mailias and Verarn head I Hkfs, each in the Stale of New York_; time heirs ot lency, ( raent nf a v.xU-org.'tnize-J am.d I i md: l-ptr.der.r j' -

pej;ed Boots; Lidies' llo' t- and Gents Hf-liose, John Peabody, deceased, and Danel McDougald Dec 1' ? I i News at In? Seat e-f the r-nur; ,; t*,, Qrial .
1i'c weI tt,1 ; Super M irs'-'i llias anti Worsted Vesting-, their tnMotj; the said limes Hot and Seaboin is publUhed in

Rassct Krogdus. F $r sal' *>yB. Cot ton and Flx Thread, Jones, J<'hn 1 II.! Howard and Edwird Cary, trustees 'ER Asxt'M.pny- Tne leading features cf the L'n.teii >> .: *;,
ELLISON fit CO., Plain and fi 'd.--vi ; and checked Muslins, of Cnlhoun & Bass ; Mordicii Mtrs, assignee ; cr, SIX DOL porter will b>: the following

Jan 2-1 21_Water::: street.On .laronet and Cafl1rUIti'ijfl of George W. Rf a 'tatikt'jpt, and Daniel ; : J. Karly InltUigf.ncc of tut. IK "nn-nt* irvufttms .

C );i i i !i2eiii.THE Needles, Tap.', ice. Jcc. McDonald, each r.-idc in t thf Mule ( f Georgia / :: ; I : ;(; .\Nor the Ltepttrtaunt vf the llm V, nannt, a< -,

subicuber 5m lately r.-ceived on consign- Which have been: selected with treat care in ; I the s.ud John \V. C'aiiin-l; I, I Hudsou A. : the arrangement I ference tu Domestic affair-i and tu tut- ( )rpir! ,

tiu full wing arir! s : New York and }5-stfi.f.- I Importers and Agents i'Iiumimtom: Nathaiiic-l M. Thcrntm and Duncan (Tuesday, Relations of the country, ;,vt- ,,
2 casks choice Old P. ,it Wan.-; of Manufacturers, at the !lowest inaikc-t rules, and McDouguld, each reside in the Stat of Alabama ; I Offici- t f the scrupulous fidelity. Pos-e-sir.,' p- 'i'' ..,- ube ,-,,.,
1 Oil .Mt l-ua U"i.w ; are now olfere.l wholede or on favorable the said Joseph Branch! and Jnwrence O'B. V ( \ \ ? ; all the intel for obtsiarrmg iuformttion, t!. ; ... ,. ,
I u.rior 31J IV us.y ; terms by WAI. G. POUTER & Co. Branch and Williatn H. Brnckciibt-ugb! each reside Ri }$ : [ and Mi.-ctla-! enabled frequently to coc.r.uc; itt. ?vstvely

2 '. Pal.; & JJrj. Otarl Jlrandy: Icr.5, 1-> 1'5.; -H Water street. i ii: the Middle Circuit cf Kicr.b : // is tfttrc- PW'. \\ /!: 7! i published ictelUence of the ivst t i1! |i 'rr,iit >
foreorJirrd, I that the said Deteiuints !he-teinbe- \JSr :: [
'' Dark Du.iMnJ ira.-.dy; nctef.
1'J basket.4 LinJ >:i Cliu" CuauigsK'; ; Ii. Eliison & Co., 2 i Vaicr street. fore named and every of them, t. appear] and \m.SM! ; i of the State II. Tilt 1'irb'j.tiul lit fjrti >J' .';i-/V ,; ,.,,

Alsj, a viriety of S ;g ir>, all i.f winch will be SHIP CHAXULEIIY.MANILLA answer the siid bill of complaintotherwise the city, at FIVE ami Debates of the (SniteJlXf stt .sv/jei'f,
sold low, for cash only, by and Ht-n;) Cordage of all sizes, same shall be taken pro eoii/siiam..iitist: I ttiem} ;) : ; : ; THREE DOL the proprietor is buind to bum ..:-. .; .. ',
EDWARD McCULLY, 1 i i -, UVrinlme, Mailinc I Spun-1 and each of them in default : ProvQed, this order body, itt acccnJance with the f-rni- i \\ V
Feb 27 r> )) V.rjti-r street.IS yarn, Oakin.: S''rw. Oil, Kail: do, V.'hale do! Olive! be published! in any'newspaper pmted in this ilarc ; I : 1 V, U pnMfchrd frat-t made at the close < 1' to ICongress. I-*** .. |
do, Linseed do, Kaxv do, P.oil.'d (10. Spirits Turfiitine Circuit once a week fur tour ninths from the speedy, DoLLARS ; The arransTrr-. mew i. -n1- -t |
I'AU'S and Svvayuc's IW ata tfViId ,, Paints, Window < ;! >?, PuttyVhite date hereof. I Dated \piil i I 11,1'17GEOIIGE 1 I lent ; the S.-iat-- V I
t &
once f'lily sc-cure ;> :
Cherry, j-ist received anJ t t'r sal.' byNov2S 1eai, Id do, Veitiw Ochre, Ciitone treei,, ( ) S. HAWKIXS, disease | !
Vekvcr States ai authentic and coir. i te r<-c .,
do Chrone |
EnralJ tl Eui'erial -
J. r. ALT.EX.W ,
Judge f. the Western Circuilcl Florida.U cah"n.
diri lAth rae, Suiur.! Bright Varnih, Copal ) FOUNDRY Debates; and to the people-in a jrt: if'' ,-ui ,..
OHECTINGS, Shirtings and Prints by the tb 1'at, 1toin, Pitei! 'I'urp.ttin Cca!, i'aint U \\ ic I IAGNKH, Dee l th.ree-tlme! benefit fcf the eperir'.s-: > .V. .

bale and case, low for rn-ii, hy Brushes, Varnish do, Tardo, t rrub do. Clamp; dn, Coinpl.tiuantsuiieittrs.. 2mi- Ira ; U areliouse. and statesmanship of that 'm '.. A n

1). ELLKON & CO. Limp Black, Chalk, Whitins, Russia Duck. Enslih 1.1 lii trtct Caui't of (is; United lluw. hve ever lockedvith s-'Ucit'/as niiduregird. -, *
do, Cotton do, Heavy Havendo, Light do7hite. ,
-Ji 1 Wat -ritroct.Wistar's !
Jan 23 Nails: do States, for tiiiri rittlk4tis- i to to
\ P ,;j. and l ilfl B-intins. Copper .
.Jr. T Proctctin ctn'l 1. V
I5: lsiiis of Vtr !tl Cherry.DOZEN" do Tacks, Ship ;Spikes, Buat do, Bra-Js, Screws, t: oS"IX 'ovida !;& the% have es Haute \\i\\\\ b e.' e V
of preseatathrs > >
Anchor HanJ pikos, Capstain TYPE FOUN
Jack Screws. ADMIRALTV.
1 9 just received and tor st'.o! br.L.u. Bars, OarI Block-I Sliive?, Jib Hanks, Hand I Daniel N.; McLt-an, and Letter of this {*, imp.irriality, and't ,-" VIzith
.,, April lo H. K. .\J5ELL. 1'amp! *, li '-i! IS'ickrN, Odtr do; Dt-ck Brooms others, of time ) Itt"I of long i ,. .lay's record will he rc-ap. V
. Corn do, iiilkiiig Mallets, r.irvinado, Axes, Axe was spared to made up, ai d appear in the lt. .rem .
njruiiiK; ; ami Elope. Helves,I Hocks and Tiiuth1e .Box 1 Hooks! Bale do, steam boat Augusta,

PCS Kentucky living; Can do. ('..itum do, Bolt; do, fish do, Caulking v*. }. Libel fx Collision. k- to perfect it in IV. .Z Sipisptlfal J'V-r 100 coils M.trhn % Srra- | The Steam Boat En fault*, [ t > ay it wilt he
Spikes Ship
100 Rope; Irons Mikins lions ; *
i Dibiiit} f alt the ytc!" />_: > r,3, >
4 bales Iljggng Tho, f-.r sale by prs, Pmg l/ipp'Ts, Cook's Ladle-*, TormentorsDiviJrr ) -, her tackle, apparel and : in the V
WM. G PORTER & CO. ?, Cii'nj'i-J: Siil: %I Nee'li" Sail Twine, furniture. J ?c'I m I i t i a very hoittlsutne be r'zul ir'y : v'n. M-'mb is <>i V' r< -
Dec 5 -J I W. tw street. Sfine do, S.-win1; d<>, P Pump do, Shovels ll-unmers, I H.itehets. Chisels, NOTICE 2 that by virtue of ai attaciunei.t ; !! call the! attention sstenmatica1iy i informed cf L'f:: .
Planlldtrlsn'.vs, < 'imblHH.ind.n I *\- A in all secti'His rf the United -'.:if- -.
Ivosi, Xai!, Arc. AuqurP, warrant of'irrest, isjued 1:1 the ulovc I II I ; elsewhere. All
Files Rut Tail do, Iron Sqii.-.ros, Cupboard Locks, c.iu-\ V. i.- ;' it' 'l VUt
TONS S.veila Iron, assorted sizes ; I have- sei/ed and takf nthabove 1 nu-iiuned St.'am Thf 1; :; 1 : : : be cf a mutc- /
Q 0 4). Stock do, Iluolis! and SlajiUs, Hinfs, P.ulloeks, I iuii of t ; 7m13 in Lc'lIUibLi (f (. V / J : :
1t) Nails, Wood Saws, IVinlant I ll.nly ir>ls, I Hand Lines, Boat Eufaula, her tackle, apparel :id furniture, inauuf-ctured VV V
4 cisks Weeding I Hrt.a ?f-rtel pialilics; Hand Lead.-I ti! libel iilexl es-ul! t ; :: i Typeat New Ft mil f will be cotttBiUuicatt. >_ e.j
De(p i Sea do, Lg: do, Fii! ttt Ik-i'ji) to answer to Uif-rein for tl.inng s
I.'aris I.
20 Blacksmith Steel Fa-ed Anvils; S'a do, 4j.t (Ii), I ir do, inn'ls, Lanth for a collision, in a cause civil I :IK! uariti rue.- <:n> : l 1 with"ci.jfcrj;e- j hom E'iropo, through repor't-rs in
20 English: aud Amcsi ican Vises; Chalk 1.ine Pitch Pots, L.e Books, ( .tr; ) edo, That the s-iiJ process ii returnate befi>rc t tiu- ; !: | who pos'sess peculiar u. ; Viig

20' Belhws; fleI.yi n l'ins, I'i\.trc Croc'.ery, Carjcfl ers District Cnrt of ta! United S'ttJesor! the Nuthorn In ( !; !t F.R VS irzfomatiun_ "
and Sliovels; 1'oiil. \c. ( rdy elt ; with VI. The Uenral .Vws / / ; '/ '
12 dozen Spade : ; Ds'i-ict: of Florida, at the Cl-rk's ollice ol prompt- | '
10 Collins' Aws; Aabelii'o1a. .Iari. 2h.; sjid: Court in the city of .\ teiclt. on tlnthiid > THE! \ !( : call thw at j Divert ia a condensed! f>rrr., wit' r V- :

10 b\s Cotton and \Vwleu Card; carries t I ; ; i ) having c.ri j fenfsort.j .
7th of
ic Cj\XEUY: X i. M, Water street Monday (day) Miiymtant; at t 10 '
Such brief view of wh t t t'
j a
casePoA-hnl'sC-wt St vl Mill S-r.vs !! is
I ; A. M., at which IIIT.C and the said we ore
place cause
.:iliavc re'evd and :Ier4'ir sale
1000 Ibs Cast aad Gerinau Ste-l, t'.r --lc liyVVTM. i'lst i is to bo heard. MOV,'I I I arc also A enN States Reperter" isdesigrie'1 t.. be. A.\ V
CO. T2'.sicks: C rein Rio C''ioee, (new crop ;) hf-jo and arrangements have been well :: tt1 VV
G. &
iktL1it and
Pig' barrels N-irlhern au-1 Western Flour ; Dated Apalachicola, this l-'ti day ol May, Wa-hington V
cherisheii t I'
the is conticfently! ,
Dc-1 11 ,lrec4.1OFFA1" in the ls7. RuIJERT; : .AYFJIS: or iic-l ; with Cliase hope
n OM lltfiedVhiskcy year VI
o-jj ; .
and t' i S. uepurter" will prove itself an .n.r.du.irKU.5
: : ; Ink and
Ltti pu/x ) i1EXX! 10 J bovf"! whit-, p.d-j ::nd brown Soap ; I U. S Marshal.* dignified and r1'V nm' I

.LVI BITTERS, jut reivtd r.i.d I'.rsaliby !i hlids N. O. S'igar ; 5 do Muscovadojdo; l.y H. R. TAI.OR, D. M. on remain the ; i iahv | th.arid f Print furnished>n? bn-- I { 'irua!. It will have no party! % ; s

Nov S I H. F. V1KLL, ) ,'-' t.Q' 20 casks I'aron Sdci ad: Shoulders; Mtv'? 1S17. l1fi : .mv- : ; 1 l at bias. The proprietor, by the ti-i'-s: V i'traot V V

SaratogaVatcr.. Z ll-nas ; : C11bi1TA'1'i Oourl, are di : to establish a with the Semtfl V t1': f"...: .- h"-

'UARTS and: Pi.t,, hesh.t.T ..!e 20 barrels Clarified Sugar; : OF FLUIUIA. The ( will be far-V bound! to the conditi: V t the >.' -r
April 17 II. T. AHELL. 10 boxes Loaf do ; Charles I'arntrnil, Abel hattie for the sarre. ?air n;> political discu--u, exc> ; ""
OU t Sperm Candles; AditnGeorge \V.Uarnard ot Ii er. or the : It will 'be a Vfhwle ci Xr.v.- : t rl.e :r:.
Blank Uooks astd Staliiuicrj". 20 barrels N E: Rum; and ChatlesLirkin executed. any set of opinions. The trras.d: V: olttej -

1 EDCJ1S, Journals ILtv Cjoks, c.iA 10 Wnte's! BjHirncreGin ; Men-.hantg, Atachnoiif.Danagcs Mai J n who will j fcriber is to establish, at .'i: i. ver- '

50( reams FooNcap and Leltel Paper; 10 Domft icBrar.d10 */; tr.idinirunderthcfina| wni, to$3 U. monti.s-, and semi I n faithful and prompt; n-pc.ter; .1 t liiorti -
F Cotton: Memorandum B-ioks ; N O Molasses ; of h-.irnard, Adams $; a000. Jill be p-jid for the I te'.lijece rcspzmfilt: a.. ent, ra W1.C1I
Ship a-il Ruvr BilU Lading; Ji'J' hc>;c3 English Dairy Cheese ; &. C,.." times the jtmcunl I politician, the business niari. ine i:

Bo3ok3 for Letter Prcs. 50 t piofes KeMluky Bagging ; vs.John 'B'Iso I m m..<-. *. i*..< ;i iv j uii V& t\.kj i-iit. !..- '.d Baflairs
Bla.ik Bills! of Exchang'* and Checks, 30 h c"ils Rope; Dill. j & CO., > t Congress and the CJi>viTiiit.i'mc2} !

Just icceiveJ and for sale by 10 hides: Ali-nut Mils; Mil] Defendant and all ol hicr-interested, will I ( ) : ) : ; Canal st. Row. at all times with iinmicit Ci ntiICH.!
March 1 II. F'. AOELL. SO bxsand! Idf.bxs (new crop] ) Mai. Raisins; T take notice of the institutici of the above ; It is bt-lieved that the establi-hmeU f*"

10 Leiii'>!ns: suit by attachment, returnable It the December ; reliable Journal of Intellixtnee, > > knitS W
For Sate, 7.1 Manufactured! Tobacco ; Term, IS 17, of Franklin CircuitCourf, arid will ty I ; per receat place it within the reach cf the reat
1 lOUR; 5'J Lbls.! Whiskey; 25 casesa soiled Pickles; appear and plead thereto, accord n j to law. 1 a full and com the pe pl.% ct the cornrr.enct.nieut 'f wk
1'J'j 00 bbls. MolassesJJ !hhd* Sugir. J'l barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ; CARRAW.1Y SMITH[ Sulph. of Oui- rnijfcs to be a most interestm4 and t'vcattL
Just landed from tchooner Ann, and for saleZowforcasF t>0 hail IIt4 do do ; PlaintfPs At tot uey. sands Potasse, Solieiiie, in the liijtcTV r.f Conqressi-mal prt.--eedin?, j

,, by 2J boxes assoitc-d Syr'ips ; Apalachicola, April KJ, IS 17. april 11-lm 1 Luner Caustic, be regarded with favor by ail cbi-e ol
March 27 NOURSH. STONE &. CO. 20 i Thousand boxes Gunpowder and Hysi cine.Fur "Calou.el, Jalap, tTi'inity ; and, having thus stated hi

Caps by the rase low for cash by : Teas ; FiaukIin Cifc'cuil Jonrf.D. in and Root. Se- sub-scnbcr respectfully solicits a tmbet
HATS B. ELLISON & CO. 10 I chests an J boxes Powchong Teas ; ). K. Dodge, j)) ly use : -*, Cantor Oil, era I support tram the enluhte-d pu5lrlrIiitcth' ** -
2 half pipes OlJ Cognac Brandy ; VS. Lv C.TA.NCEIIY. Sub phcr, flower : States. I.

For SaleHIID -, 10 baskets 'Mlei'lsieck" Champagne ; James C. Watson, ft a!. ) in u--. Alutn, Aloes, JAMES A- lirSTO* ;.
choir-oNOSujar ; 50_ kegs Nails, assoitcd sixes ; D. K. Dodge, J : ; Gum Camphor, Stenographer to the St-r.nt.- the C xC3
10 r l o bbls! Flour, by 2 bbU Pilot and Navy Bread ; %s. > Bill hr Partition. try have, ; supply of as The '-Uiuted; States !(.VI, /tcr"
XOURSE STONE ii CO. :3 tierces nr ;v Rice ; I). t siet,3'4'! '
Feb 2 McDougald, ct. a!. } assortment ol printed on a large and haiuisi. ni !

Dry < t>otls. 2'J) bushels kegs and X-jfther q'l.uten Oats new Bnckwheat ;7JO' GKORGE. ROSS having f.led a petition nn tors fident to( : \ ale by every ra-iraing, except SuidAsit thsrd
I Is I1';, praying to have a certain H. F. Ahr.T.L. $ per ann um.In .
TVkhuCotton Ojnabur?*, Apalachicola, Dec. 5, I "51(5. ini'dy !
DRILLING amount of money now in Court, belonging to
Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blankets of the !! 1 i Sclczcr thEta
defendmts, appropriated to t the pajment ot his connection with the daily parer.
Tveed-i, Siiictii.g.-', Slieetnig-5, Checks, 'L'bICCO. rl
fees the (ounsellor estahimsLtaeflt,
as and Solicitor of said defendants be issued from the same
Ginghams, Calicoes, IManes, I Hosiery, &c. &,c..For c)' '1 I HALF boxes Manufactured W L Roane" ; and the matter havmu L.u-n vcfi'in-d to most an invL-nntcd
sale by IJ. ELLISON ii CO. .4 1 Brand.11 ; of body j.rodurwl The Mirror of CO3V'5
me as Special Master in Chancery to act and report -
Jan 23 23 Watc-r streetS half boxes Manufactured 'W Price" Brand. upon the same, after having given 30 days This publication will contain

Trusses, 'M (If). notice by publication in the papers. It is there i I Reports of the Proceedings and Dat b
J3 lv Barlow" ed v I ; allowed to be Congress of the United States. It mil
INGLK and double, for sale bv fore oidered that said George W. Ross, the defendants
__July 17 J.' C. ALLEN. 15 22 1!) boxes "JVMorgan" Watson, McDougald, tt. a!., and all others Pr 'i present day, tor semi-weekly in an elegant quarto frtct
!-' Hi Luinns. JOHN :! Bilious out the sessions of Congress,and will be WP
to before in the of
appear me city
DU. fRat FEUCILTWA GJWS 5 boxes Manufactured "J W Morgan" Brand Apalachicola on the seventh ('th) c-f April next, York, Weakness, I Head to subscribers at the rate of tic* "V a'l
Mouse & Cockroach Poison the sborC
Premium. then and there to delend their \.c. long seS4Iofl and one dollar for
present or respective *
etlicat-ious remedy fur fcxtermina Jan climates will national *o
THIS very 5 boxes Napo claims, fcc. It is believed that this great
immediately, if a proper application be leon's" Brand "Magnolia." CARRAWAY SMITH ) any accu bee deemed indispensable n> the library
made",of all of the above named annoyances. Hi is 5 boxes Manufactured Napo Special Master in time uiethcdof public institution, politician, and P"?!' 1

Flea and Mosquito Poi oi has attained a very extensive leon's" Brand "Strawbery." Apalachicola, March U i, lbJ7. h5tiii. Chancery. A Children man, throughout the country and that it! "
celebrity for its in variable destructive pro 50 2'J Ib boxes Manufactured "Napo ( The hearing of the above matter is post (I I and cooling regarded by the great rnasot the eopevery
to that order of insects. For sale Coimi ) t
perties by leon's" Brand "Magnolia. poned until Friday, the 10th inst. aperient in pre best political text book for their Ri
August 11 __ J. C. ALLEN, Druggist. 9 boxes Manufactured Morford I Honey Dew Apalachicola, April 10,1M713lt on and retail bv tion and that of their children. E
Carpenter's:\1iaCt of Kucliu.WARRANTED 10 Crates Crockery ; 10,000 Florida Scgars. (tcj-: The healing of the above mailer is post Druggist. &.c. NCEME'1
genuine, for sale by :30; doz Negro Caps; GO doz I Hoes, "assorted." poned until the 30th June next.Apabchicoh : IMPORTANT AXXOL 15C

J. C. ALLEN. Ingrain I Carpeting, Cotton Cards,Trace Chains. April 21 J, is 17. 1 i2iitcr pares with the subscri- Throughout the session of Consrcss' S

OIL, just receivedand for sale b For sale low to close consignments, by :. The hearing of the above matlrr is postponed and now the city, will will be Issued trorn the office ot tne I
SALAD 1 17 H. F. ABELL LOCKIIART &, YOUNG, until tho 30th of November next. Un A. Green. States Reporter," containing the rCPC5 fi

Hay Kuiii. Nov. 11 53 Water street. Apalachicola, July 3, IS 17. J. DAY & CO. such interest.Debates as may possess peculiar

AFRESH supply[ ol A. French's superior Oil Cloths am! Carpets.1Q Franklin Circuit Court. cures, ( All subscriptions and communication- ?,

just received and for sale by PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide; Barnard, Adams &, Co., been [ for sale by post-paiJ, and addressed
June 12 H. F'. ABELL.Sarsauarilla IO 3 pc-s super Ingrain Carpeting; the II. F. ABELL. JAMES A.

Syrup. 3 Cotton John Dill and; Elizabeth [ In chanccry- we United States Reporter,Washington.

TUST received, and for sale by 2 Stair Ann Dill. J colds bv July 31. 1S17. t'ii1t
J June 12 H. F. ABELL. For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. IT having been made to appear by affidavit that delay. J" DAY & CO. All newspapers throughout tIme' a f 5-oi
big this
Dec 5 -11 Water street. the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann publish Prospectus
OFFATS LIFE PILLS AND PIKENIX( Ibis date till the meeting of Congre j
-11k your
Dill, reside out oi the State of Florida to wit
.LVI BITTERS, just received and for sale by Boots anil Shoes. : titled to an exclginse) with the 'J listol
in the State Georgia. It in ordered that time
pub and writ be placed oa
J. C. ALLEN. OY'S and Men's Russet Brogans Reporter,
Nov 21 ; II. F. ABELL.
B lication be made for four months in dspatcht
Men's scw'd and peg'd Kip Brogans some newspaper to whom the Extras will be
Iloarhouiicl Candy. Gents fine Calf Brogans printed in the city Apalachicola, requiring ..
EASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhoun Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do. them to appear and answer said bill, else it for sale hy Laini Oil >
P Candy, just received and for sale by Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes ; will be taken pro con fesso. II. F. ABELL. O F the best quality for summer

June 2 H. F. ABELL.ULPilATE Super Ladies coarse and fine Calf Boots.A THOMAS UALTZELL, Judge. vile by [julyH A__ :-

and MURIATE of QUININE, large and extensive assortment, just received _July -21, 1S17. 2S-lm just received Lamp Oil. ,r
Ii:, for sale by andforsaleby WM. G PORTER & CO. R OSI and Lavander Water, for sale by strained splendid artiClC*ii

S July17 J. C. ALLEN.S -Dec 5- .- 11 Water street. July 17 J. C. ALLEN. H. F. ABELL WINTER 4 [janSU] J ijI I

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no fe:,rs, it i3 true, of t defeat; for our IERI L fRTI
troops must be exterminated before ihey can ly1l11mlllAL, ADH1RT18ERS
b e w h ip p e d B u t it is m e la n c h o ly t o t h i n k . .. .. -- _
of the thousands of lives lost in battle ; the APALACHI1CCLA, THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1S47.
thousands of widows and orphans made;
the thousands of' hapless soldiers sacrificed rS-- The following gentlemen are authorized
to an unnatural climate-and all because Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVEnrlsEri, and will
there lhis been mismanagement somewhere, receive mnd receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
in not at once sending a force inlo Mexico ments:-
sufficient to crush aill opposition and prevent wVi. \V. Cii.VVEE, Esq., Albany, Ga.
the necessity of such lerrible bai ties as Bile- Major JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula. Ala.
na Vista, Churubusco, Monterey and Mex-
ico! There is a fearful reckoning to be FOIR PRBSIDaENT,
paid by some one. Can Mr. Polk lay his ZA TAYLOR.
hand upon his heart and say he is wholly ZACHARY TAYLOR.
-" We must waige a war which is more VisO.
I .ike &warand less like a peace."--Rash- The altitude assumed by a"-portion of the
ing41on. Union.
For months past the ear ofthe country Northern Whigs in respect to the Wilmot
has been dinned by the shouts of praises Proviso has become a subject of serious
raised by the Organ at Washington, of The consideration to [he Whigs of the Soutlh,
vigor and ability wiih which the Adminis- and we regret to.say that we, as a Snnlhern
traction has carried on ihe war wilh Mexico. o E i to a
N ot only so, bui such was the alleged "- vi,,- E ditor, ca n see but ltl e to adm ire in the
"rons pro-.ecntihn ofilhe war," thatv we were line of cond(.ct pursued by a great body of
taugnhl d(]ilv to lo>k forward to an honorable Northern Whigs.
peace. Recent vv w; tha lPeace is as distant as 11 was wl.en
r. Polk comm+need lhe"wa.rby poinin Northern Whigs who wished to make the
his gunis at ilte windows of t aitamor:1s ; antd W ilnot Proviso a test question in the corn-
now, we h;ive ihis saime Orszin declaring ine Presidential election hut-we hoped that
iltht we nizst waos-e a war which is more /Ike other counsels would prevail, and that the
a war and less like a peace." What now Whigs of tie Ekastern State w ould repu-
becomes of( he Union's praises of the vi aor Wi g fe fc astern bSt w o r e y
and al>ilily with which the Pre..ident bas diateanysnch policy; but we fear lhat they
carried on lhe war? Instead of- vigolonsly are bent on mixing up slavery in the com-
prosecuting the war" which was "like;, ing election with the abolished party ques-
i+ar," we have tihe Union's own declaration lions. They have been warned by leading
lh a t w e h a v e c a r r ie d o n a w a r w h ic h w a s r h a i t h e t h a t a l ea d f
"like;, peace." Can a mole ermphalic re-
futation of the Union's latdations of th,i the ties which have hitherto connected (lie
Administration be conceived of than that Whigs of lhe Union, would infallibly result
which the editor himself a i given? ? he from any such ungenerous and unjust
Union's twaddle about scouting, "any man
or any paper who openly espouses hile c"o u rse.
cause of Mexico," will not impose upon It should be remembered by our Northen
any man above the rade ofan idiot. We Whia brellieren, that the Whigs of the
know of no more efie,-tual ,aid an"' o0t Sonih have been, for years past. contending
fort" bestowed on Mexico than thal which for certain Whig principles-the practical
the Union's master has eivpn. He fi"cst
permitted Santa Anna to reltrn lo Mexico operation of which would but remotely af-
and place himselfat the head d" her armies; feet their interests, and were unto them al-
and not Content with that, has according lo most abstract in tIheir character, whilst the

ess prosperity of Northern industry, and Ihe
t, success of Northern enterprise, depended
on their sn ND warred with our Democratic brethren of the
"I" South on the Tariffquestion, and havecon-
.-- tended for protection to American Indus-

vhe try-h;,ve stood np against the taunns of onr
hi opponents,' that we were advocating a sys-
*r tern which was enriching the Northern cap
hte ialist at the expense of the South. To

asy such warfare we could only oppose the
weapons of truth.and justice-weeould only
call on the people to sustain the docrine of
s'g incidental protection, becauseof the benefit
that would indirectly and ultimately accrue
to them from the prosperity which would
thereby be derived by their Northern breth-
eren-we could only appeal to their nation-
uL I'litv fior sup;)ort of the American System--
there -were no local interests upon whose
he influence we could rely for support, and for
al which we e could cadl for aid. I. carrymi, s
ce on the contest for supremacy in the South-
I rn States, how often have ithe Southern

nv Wihigs found the Tariff a dead weight to
fli carry-how rifien have they suffered defeat
because of their devotion to ihis measure? c
_ And hadli hey have sacrificed their sense of n
st the. justice which the nation owed to the
s- MIanufacturing Stales-had IhIev have aban- n
of doned principle .for power, they might long
it. since have attained the supremacy in the

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on the eve of an election in his own Star
boldly assumed the broad arid ultra posilio
maintained at the South, th:it no restricti(
can constitutionally be imposed upon 11
rights of Southern Inen to enter freely wi
their property inio any territory which in:
be acquired-and that no such compromis
as that entered into in the case of Missoui
can be properly made by Congress. Wii
such pictures before us, how can we (
otherwise than gaze mournfully upon the
and speculate upon the future? But we
we disposed to shut our eyes and not I
draw any invidious distinction between a,
lions and opinions, so different as Iho,
before recihed, the People would not t
quiet, and bIind to what is passing.
-The "Iimes are out of joint," and ever
hour appears pregnant with matters of m(
mentlous importance lo Southern men, the
are on the alert to observe any danger th;
threatens, andnote ca-refully the quarter fro
which it comes. Our Demnocratic brethere
of the Press, never slow to take advantage
of any circumstance that may tend to d(
-prive the Whig party of the confidence c
i lie People, are busy displaying the distinct
lions between the conduct of the Norther
Democrats andi Northern Whigs, and we c
ihe South are made to suffer for our con
niclion wiih those who are waging wa
against Southern institutions. Happily fo
us, the people need no assurance of our ut
ter abhorrence of any such proceedings
come whence they may. We denounced
the Wilrnot Proviso when it was introduce(
into Congress by a Democra'--aod we shal
not the less denounce it because Notheri
Whiigs have so fair orgolten what they ow(
tihe Whigs ofthe South, asto be foundsup
portion it. We denounced the Democrati(
Senamor,"Thomnas H. Benton, who was lih(
first and only instance of a Southern Repre.
sentative giving '-aid and comfort" to tile en-
emnies of tile South-and we sha'!l not with-
hold from the Whig S'niator, Daniel Web-
ster, whose speech at Springfield filled us
with deep regret, an(d caused us sorrowfully
to exclaim, "'et tu Brute !"-our condem-
We trust that the Whiigs of the North
may be warned ere yet it is too late, and
hat ihey will return to their duly to the
whole country, and forego sectional preju-
lice. '"o this end we hope that the Whig
Press of the South will speak out-openly,
nd firmly. We shall recur to this subject

[Flom the Tallahassee Sentinel.]
The election of the Hon..E,A. Tracy
to the Senate, in Nassau, may be looked
upon as certainly securing a majority offive
in the Senate, (for we can "entertain no
doul: of the re'suht of the special election
lor Senator. held yesterday, in Escambia
ro-r"-',) "and we now wait..o hear from'
A. .,roe and| Dade to ascertain whether our
Senate majority will be five or Seven.
As for th, House, we can onl, conjecture
what will be (he Whig, majority. In Ihe
able, which we append, Levy, ,Monroe,
Calliun, Benton, Dade, St. Lucie and
Hillsborough are yet to be heard from, If
they vote as classed, then our House ma-
tb ity will be five. Bun we have a rumor
that Calhoun has elected a whig, and sore
of our Eastern correspondents think that
St. Lucie has done -ihe same. in which
event, (if Monroe and Levy vole as we have
classed then.) o01r House majority will be
nine. It %Vill ranee somewhere from five to
nine. The Floridian. in summing np the
whig majority in th'e, House, has committed
the oversight of not s.ubtraciing from the
one side as well as adding tothe other_-
which makes an important difference,.


Jos. Quigglcs.
St. Rosu-
John Chain.
John Morrison.
John Tanner,
Wim. Hall.
M. M. J.ohnston,
D. Bradwell.
Thos. H. HaEner,
Win. M. Maxwell.
Chlis. Bannerman.
J. L. Crawford.
S. Overstreet,
-- Henderson.
Mi J. Bryan.
John Scott.
Le *y-

J- W. Cook.
. Peter Hobart.
3iwkson--, :,':."
B'-J-' J- Mitchell;
A. K. A'iiaon,
A. E. Maxwell.
Thomnas 'Rits,
E. E. Blat'kburn,
Joshua Taylor.
Lonis Aldrich.
,{. Johns-
W. A. Forward,.
Hillsboron gh-.
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0y The Waterford (Ireland) Chronicle
makes a startling announcement in a long
article respecting the Pope of Rome. ".If
he wants one hundred thousand firhiin.
men, he can have then for the asking in
07- A patent has been taken out for dis-
)eusing with -sewing, ithe manufacture (f
shirns, colors, and linen articles. The
pieces are fastened together by indissoluble
glue What next?
{ Mr. Kendall, of the Picayune, re-
ceived :i slight wound in the knee from a
nusket hall.
" Mustang," of the Delta, in a witty let-
er, says that Kendall was struckAby a bill
'right plnmb in his horse's ear," and he,
Mustangg" was so "' unfortunate as to be
truck right in his horse's saddle, but the
all was spent and did not go through the
;addle shirt-"
COL. MAnTIN SCOTT.-The correspon-
ent of the Delta. in describing the appear-
nce of the field before Molina del Rey
tier the action, relates the following exhibi-
ion of affection on the part of ;n old so'dier:
After going over a portion of the ground,
nd finding here and here a wvlned acquaint-
ice, ,ny attention was attracted to a grey-
eaded veteran, who was standing by ihe
de of one who had fallen. He leisurelv
ok his blanket from his back, and spread
over ilie ,orpse with great care. I rode
p) o hin, and asked him whether that was
n officer. He looked up. and every linea-
ent .of his face betokenin lthe greatest
rief replied, ,You never asked a question
r, more easily answered, it is an officer."
then asked him who he was. He ajain
plied, ",The best soldier of Ihe 5th [nfn-
y, sir." I then alialhted from my horse,
,d coveringg the face. found it was Col,
martin ScottN A's I again covered lhe face,
Ie soldier continued, with appearantly ad-
essing hit-selflo any person in particular
"They have killed him-they will be
in for this-if it only had been me-I have
rvedIwith him almost four enlistments-
ot what will his poor family say ?" And
he concluded thns, the te-ars coursed(
wn his furrowed cheeks, and ,heswellin
his bosom showed lho.i deeply lie was
ected by death of his veteran and gallant ,
LETTER ENVELOPES.-The Editor of the
harleston Patriot makes some verve sensi- (
e suagestiona to business men, upon the I
W of envelopes now becoming so general, t
he very justly remarks; '
" Where the subject iretterof the epistle a
business, and where there may possibly t
occasion at some future period to refer s
lhepostmatka as a proof of the time when v
e letter was m;iiled, envelopes should be t
refolly eschewed. Merchants, therefore, I
the transmission of their business corres-
ndence should never use them. Letters f
which the postmark is not endorsed, (and b
s is, of course, the case in all letters that
put uIp in envelops,) are evidence against I
writer, bit afford none in his favor." |;
As carelessness on this point mighlt entail d
;s u1pon some who have not reflected up- v
il.B subject, we give the warning, al- b
u2,h the majority of business men are o
Wbtless well aware of the fact, and do not c
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Now, in the time of our distress, when an
i attack is threatened upon an institution es-
sential to our existence-those in whose
, cause we have cheerfully encounteaed op-
f probiutm and defeat, because we believed
1 their qnarreljust, are about to side with our
bilterest foes-they mock when our fear
It has often been remarked of late, by
those who have advocated union of parties
for the election of Gen. Taylor, that there
are but few of the old party issues now re-
maining undecided, ihe..Bank is declared an
obsolete idea" the Tariff must necessarily
be increased to pay the war debt. Such be-
ingtthe= case, our Northern Whig friends will
do well to take into consideration that an a-
malgamation ofthe SouthernWhigs with the
States Rights Democracy is by no meansim-
possible, there being no principle peculiar lo
either essentially repulsive to the oihpr.-
They will also dn well to reflect, that al-
thongh, the Southern Whiis have been for
years past separated from their old allies of
the States Rights Party, because of their
devotion to the doctrine of incidental protec-
tion, and though they arc still attached to it,
believing it to be essential to the Nation's
prosperity, yet as self preservation is the
first law of nature, if they are threalend with
the loss ofrights more cherished, and prin-
ciples nearer home in their application, they
will, in all reasonable probability, look
around them, to see where their friends are
to be found, and will not seek an asylum
among their foes.
We have been led to make these remarks,
by the coincidence, of Resolutions passed.
by a M]assachnsetts WHIG Convention, ap- (
proving the Wilmot Proviso- and the re- i
jeclion of similar Resolutions, by the New I
York DEMOCRATIC Convention !-by the '
perusal of a speech delivered byy an eminent
Northern Uhig, the Mlagnus Apollo, we may I
say, of the Nothern Whig Party, declaring
the Wilmot Proviso to be within the spirit of l
the Constitution, and founded upon princi- 1
pies of justice and truth-and a letter from a (I
Northern Democrat, one high in station, who, n


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R3edfield of Batavia, (enesee County. We tile Union, "wagc(d a war" ,lich was I
'[From the New-York Tribune are not sure as to Messrs. 1Bowman, Greenly like a war than a peace.-[Petersbu;
NEW YORK. and Wooqter. Int.
,THE SEVENTEEN SEIATORS O1 1S9-. The history of ihese Seventeen Senators
A REMARKABLY SINGULAR COINCIDENC, land the vote by which their names became LIST OF TH) e ILLED WtoUNDEDA
'T he Syracuse Star gives Curren y to ID e N c onspicuous in our politics arid m em ories, k ISSING.--lro he D ed a pn lishe; a i st h of l
T hoe g Syracuse Star gives currency to lh e affords a striking instance of the force of kill(,(, w o onded ;nd issing an nn th e
followede ngive : e f t sae b o party in this State. Taking into considera- ri, ers and privates o the Ame:an army
We give the facts stated below on the lion hle hig h state of excitement which ex- T'll( record (omptises tire nim-s of aIll w
bes aufl+rit T ey urtish anoherb~if sted at the time of' the transaction, andt,( he t f il+dffte battle of M olina (lei Rev.
a n d s i n g u l a r c h a p t e r i n t h e h i s t o r y o f i h e is l e v iot e it i o n o f il e p o p i c t i olo a n d 1 4 lin e p i er i b e
:sudden dem ise of -M r. W rilht. P)I pa leviol+itionoflhepol~uawillofw i eh th aelions of ,he 13th and 14t Septem b
Among the "irnmorll Seventeen Sena- they were guily. it seemed impossible that ai"1 'he skirmishes and stroet-t,_,tsof t
.'lo is" of 1823*Silas W righl and H erm an J. any party w ou ld be able to sttstain these 1aP I .al on I ile 14 le ap d 15it h r i ho sai
R edfield were conspicuous. For nearly Senators yet re see that four of ihea i am r m n1h. T he recapitul;ltion alts up
,thirty years past they have not only been least have been elected to high arid i por- rolows:
*warm political friends, but on terms of per- tant- offices by the people, and two others GENERAL TOTAL.
SO-il intimracy. Albout two weeks since (Messsrs. Bowne and Keyes) were defeated Killed. Woin'd Miss
sori l nt m cy A ou t o we ks si ceI Gen. ,Vortb'sI)iv ..... 140 703 27
at dPopolar elections, after receiving nearly 2 en. 's Div...... 36
Mr. Redfield, who resides, in Batavia, Ye- 2hfl oe fter tyGvotheil.3 en. PTw,, -Dv. 2l"1 11 10

,ceiled a friendly letter ('rom M r. W ri ht, it) tbe.fu l vote of their party given at the tim e. 3 G e nPi^lv i.. 1 10
4. Gen. Quitmari'h: Div .... 41 2C7- -
%which the writer alloded itouchinaly ami el- [From the Savanntah ticpublican ]4Ie uim nsDv...4 (7- -

oqneutly to the sad havock ihe a't. Death had CAUGHT A "I'AuTA!1 Total ............. 23S 1333 1 47
made i.n the ranks of' Mhre Seventeen San- The Government Orcan, in its anxiety to Killed, wounded and missing in the 1o
a reply, in which he dwelt at length oi the d ma nnfaclnre public opinion for the Presi- divisions of Gen's. Worth, T'wiigs, Pill(

sald allusion M r. W rig ht hid m adi e. and ex- ., l en t i )his present sore straits, garbled an IQ 1tm an, 62l 3.
,pressed his ih nnkfulness lhat so .irtihe lives som e extracts f nron the Philadelphia B ulle- 19 11 I and 20th August, will swel the toi:
,of Ills friend and himself had lbe en, spared ln, I neutral 1ape i, hitherto leaning strong- to nearly 3000, who have fell in a i hen, oiu,
This lItter was received by M-r. W ri-h),, on l0 IVars rhe President The coa i rse the -army left Pueblo, besides th Or ina
.the m orningof his dem ise, an dI it w as w while o r se th e a nd l ef t frorn sid es .l d.
,reading it in tlhe Post Office that he was at- hpedup d Iyv the organ, has long been suclh "'easuahies and de'-''hs f-om sickues.
.rea ing it n t e P o t O fi c ih a h, W1'1 t-Truly Inay it besaid that our i'dIInrt artr
tackledd by the disease which so soddenlv itss o alie:)te the more conscientious por has paid a fearful toll in entering intihe hia ,
term inated his useful .ind honorable !ife. riot, o" its wn party, this instance, am ong way of' glory.
0 : T h e a b o ~ v e s t a t e t n e n t i n dh a e e s u s t o m a n yv w s o o u h i t t t m n r +U L S F R G I O N C J U .
givST^~ ~ ~ wrS ^ T u ,m;n* v show !1ow much its statele^
give.a few facts relative on thire eventeen can be relied pvn T he E UA SUF RAGEl IN CoNs TI--CULas

Their nao es were has follows : esn The Bulletin thus refers to the manner in Monday the Iroposilion to ililltile dis
1. JOHN BOWMAN, of Monroe. which its testimony has been perveted by tinction between the colored l- ople a
,2 WALTER BOWNE, of.New-York, the official journal :-- whiles in respect to the ripht ,f snffraZ
S. ALVIN TIRONSON, of' Oswego. TireW haslinlton Union copies one of ''asfaraenjeed by the people of' Comidntrh
4. CHARLES E. DuDLEY, f Albany. our articles on the Mexican war with ex- As Car a-, hear from the votes st~nd Cor fr
-5. JONAS EARLL, Jr. o"Ono.da .- pressions of aplrbtion; but es it, er pro position, 2,548; aarinst it, 6.,84."
6. THOMAS GREENLY,S of Jadison. disinmgzenuonsly, as the opinicu of a convert e' o, th peoplace of ('ohnecdihit are no
7. PERLEY KEYS, of'"Jefferson. ed 'Iop)osiiio" printt' Now there, is no prepired t plac their colored billiren up
8. JOHN LEFFERTS, of Ki us. i, urlnal which better knows lite position of on a rooting of political equality ,vith ihtn-
9. ED. P. L ONias ,'ro, orClumbia. the Bulletin. Ini the very articles which selv es There is then soineing in Ih
10. JAMES MVALLORY, or"i.elnSSelaer, the Union copied there was a ddistinet asser- color or healhr sk! What has become n
It. JAMES MCAI t, of 'AlleTany. 7ion ofonr independence of both parlies, so that philanthropy that is so conitally an
12. HERMAN J. REDFIELD, f"*V G-e (see. that the declaration of this being a W hig intensrey e "erciseth road on be ah" of th
13. FARRAND STRANAHA 1,-)f Otsego. journal was made int)he leeth of our own W hat aI miserable hypocrisy is tiat, which
14. JoArv SUDAM, of Ulster. words. .Nor did the Union mislead its rea- negto"--is t/zere no e is at home
:15. JASPERMWAnR, of' New York. de's without design, for the para.kraph to sees the mote in a brother's e, but will
"16. SHERMA W O 0O1STER, of'Herkimer. which we allude was struck out by' is editor not see the beam in its own XWhat a hol
17. SILAS WRIGHT, of St. Lawrence. before publication. Ifthe article fromt the low and heartless mockery it is for the peo
The occasion on which these Senators Bulletin had been published entire, it would ple ol the North to be eternally canting t,
,gave the vole from which they derived so have gone lo the Union'ssobscribers :s the us about the freedom and eqnlily of al
much notoriety was, it will be rememlhered, opioni of an unbiased newspaper, speak- en, t lhe very time that the, refuse to
I in of' n no ias~d ne simp r, s enk- the ne-gro (thie objec(t of their !preiended
,relative to the passage of a law giving the ing impartially the sentiment of all patriots, t l ) an e iharc ipaf on .virh ehem
+choice of Electors to the People. Such a in the emergency in which the country
'law had passed the Assembly at the session finds itself, But, in the mutilated condi- selves in the ihis and privileges of citi
of 1824. nearly unanimously ; bit aFler con- lion in which the Union presents it, este- ze ship--[Chaileston 2ew.
:siderable delay in the Senate a Coinmitlee cially when prefaced by a misstatement, tile DESTRUCTION OF AN AME C,4,N V.'S ,,
,of that body reporltd against the bill, and article appears as that of a W hig journ-ial, 3Y FInE.--O n Toesdav week s .s tireiEt
.ag ainst any law w i ch w ou ld tak e the choice c otn ingo o ver to th e ad m in i ,st.' tion side.- "r 1i l, i e sdi ,e w e w a s r lie E
of Electors from the Legislattre. Nowv it may suit the purposes ,f.the Union to rTa Al~il, inrellifence was nceieved
M r. C ram er offered a resolution against m isrepresent ufs, but it does noit suit our pur- L loyd l s y ate l iver pool oF B est',N C apO
the report of the C om m ittee, which, after poses to be misrepresented, and we do n2ot in- +leans.'hil l on i- ; o from N ew O r
being a mnended, passed the Senate on the lend that it shall be done." h n 3 ans,t e.t on th. 1st o( f Aeg. usi wtlen i
10th of M arch, 1824, in the following + H + "* 3 7- 1 (le 45 ain. tlhe Sehr
--~t r ... W ith respect to the conduct of th e W ar f ... N .... .........
That it is expedient to pass a law atgthe Department we have always contended, I New York ,o Floida. w, i:,,v,
*present session of 'lte L egisla'ture, giving to a,,d we now repeatdint th, ere^ ,er lr be n fire, wih thle flam es com in n I
the peopleof this Staie, the choice of Elec- has been a sufficient f force n Mexico,a r he h....hes. Capt. Al1en, notwithstandin
tors of President and Vice President, :tond "hat our artly ir conse iencea ca mene a s avi y sea, boarded her, and succeeded i,
by general ticket." -i b ing sacrificed firs to A, a then a n e w Fin he li' s o ,he v m ass er, officers anrd
The vote on this resolution was, Ayes 16, Monterey, afterwards at Buena Vista, and lhree h:,ts (of'" American gold coin cont'-4-
-Noes 15-two of'the seventeen," M essrs. now at Mexico. The Ad mniistration, we ing$15,000 which A he lan god coin Livrpool.
'Mallory and and Mr. Wright voting in the know, lays lhe blame of this on Taylor and Shortly after taking them offlhe magazine
affirmative. S ct. But Scott from the beginina, wish- exp loaded, blowingy t lhe vessel l up.
A few minutes after the passage of this ed thirty or filly thousand men, as appears
:resolution, a motion being n made to refer rrom the Friinous Soup" correspon- GREAT 'RISE IN T HE OHIO RiVER.-W e
the subject to a Committee of" the W hole, den ce ; and we are satisfied that it his ad- learn fro m the Pittsburgh patters that tRe
Mr. E. P. Livingston moveda posiponment vice had been taken originally, the war recent heavy rains have sw lien the Ohie
until the first Monday of Novenber- equi- would long since have been over. ', e are, river and tributaries. At 9 o'ce ok, te Om.,
talentt to a rejection of the Electoral Law-- therefore, inclined to blame tire Ad mii s- on the 801 instant, there were sixteen feeo
,which, after art explanation from Messrs. traction, rather- than the Generi Is, for the water in the channel, at rd the river still
-tatlory and W right, of the reasons whih s cantyforce in Mexico. rising.
induced then to vote for a postponement, Washington was accustomed to say And now for business in earnest. Te
was carried by the votes of th'e abovenamed that the cheapest way to wa-,,e wvr was to city i s healthy, the weather splendid, the
Seventeen Sen;tors in the affirmative and raise aIlarge force at once, and by showing a rivers are rising, corton is cosin d in fast.
fourteen in the negative. W hen the choice-the impossibility of resistance, a e (y e ene- western produce will fllowtSn it. labor is it.
of Presidential Electors was made by the my into submission itn nediately. Il this -reatrn d and --in short. commerce pr miss
Legislature, the Crawford ticket receive(] manner be acted in the danger()ms Whliskey 1'0 be annually active. In a fe'% days w,-
s eventeen~voles in the Senate, of whom fir- Insurrection ; arid, in conse+quence, what alay expect to) see a fleet of Steamers front
teen were given by the Senators who voted 'might havehbeen rebellion, lermioAted only the Oh~io.--[N,. 0. Times.
for postpone 'ing the Electoral question, and in I riot. If we had even thirty thousands
the other two were given by Messrs. Byram men on, the i~lateau ofMexico, there would be A physician boasting at a dinner tlhpt he.
Green arnd Stephen Thorn. Messrs. Bow- an end of the war in a week-. But our scan-, cured i'ls own hams, one of the guests ob
tran and Mallory of'"-the immortal Seven- ty force. holdtingf out the p rospeet of being cal served :
teen voted for the Clay ticket, then head- iup in detail, invites obstinacy and deludes I Doctor, I would sooner be your hamls
,ed by Col. Samuel Young, as did five other the enemy with hopes of victory. We have than your patient.'

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J. B. Lancaster,
Arch'd Collins.
J. Higginbotham.
Jno. D. Shelden.
Thus it will be seen (hat the majoritie+
will be. atrple-ranging somewherk..from
left to sixteenot, joint ballot--anid let them
be used if) wisdom and mtnderation. 'Re-
member always that the day of success is
lhe day of 'responsibility andi danger--be
<-re i),-be prudent. Elation at success is

chi iish; and worse-it is-the father of pre-
S,..lption, and the later is the certain pre-
cusor of ruin. The example of the op-
position ought to be a solemn admonition.
Twoyears ago, ebthing short of a oerm.a-
ne.t-'t, unini ,,r-plted ascendi ancv ion this State
was ever dreamed of or appreh'-nded by a
single one of thatiparly. W ithin that lime
we have stren the hare su-gytrslion thaI a
Wkig might be elected to Co.gress-in Flor-
id;i. or th;a either branch of ihe Legisla-
fire might I)e W hig, raise a smilfl of deri-!i
sion,, i) which eve, \Vhligs wonld join, allee
a sickly f 'shion, at the apparent prcp )oster-
ousness of snch a proposition. -"Demo-
cratic Florida was then all the talk. and
twelve or fifteen hundred majority the least
concession asked for. The verdict of a
Democratic Convention was an election,
and every thine from the cap stone to the
foundalion was at the disposal of the party,
without appeal.
_kow, Whig.s, be wise and profit by.this
example. ]n the- r moment 'of success,
double your dilltgence and cantion. Look
well at every fool tof ground before you oc-
cupy it; and above all. keel) in view, as
your polar sIar, the substantially interests of
the State and people. That party will suc-
ceed which carries public opinion with it,
and, in all its administrative acts, commeuds
itself to the good sense and patriotismn of
the People.
The Legislature elect ibis year will be 'far
different in point of ability from that of last.
It comprises many men of talents- and in-
telligence, and in every resnect qualified to
be useful. A few subjects there are, of
great public importance, which will demand
attention ; but besides these, little else is,
needed to be done ; and [he fact that,/at
considerable expense and labor, a digest of
our State laws has been prepared, and is
now being printed, ounlht to restrain all gen-
eral legislation to cases of clear necessity.
The session will probably be a short one,.
and to this end, it is highly desirable that
the members elect be punctually ait heir
posts. ^

In the storming of Molino del Rey, Maj.;.
SUMNER with his Dragoons charged a .
heavy columIn of the enemy's lancers. In
d,,ing so they had to pass under a
front the en-enly's works. The following
incident con,,ected with this charge, is told
by flhe correspondent of the Delta. It is not
uncommon in history, for horses to show
such discipline :
While the cavelry were passing in front
of the enemy, in order to charge the,
olunmn of lancers, they were not under
lte fire more than ten seconds, and during.
h;t limp they sustained a loss of 6 officers.
founded, 32 privates killed and wounded,
and a loss of 105 horses. Theie were but
wo officers thai did not have their horsees
shot under them-bnl there is onei thing
;-ry remarkahle, that the horses from w-hich
he riders had been shot. whe-eld and moved'
with the same regularity as though they.
had been mounted, until they came to halt
from the charge, when they all kept on in a
body indirection of' the enemy.,
Express notes a sale in that city of "-free
labor" Laguayta Sugar, but the prices paid
id not' show that the Abolitionists were
ery anxious to help the "free" producers,
y paying high prices. Indeed, the range
f the first lot (5 a 6J) was lesstlhanilhe
current rates for New Orleans, Cuba6,or
razil slave grown sugars, and the sale was

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eyes, which were fixed like those of a ma
in ", fit.
Are you ready ?" 1 exclaimed.
The parties took up their pistols.
There was a single explosion. The Eng
lishman sprung from his chair, and fell hca
WVily on lieo floor, his pistol going off as h the ground. The ball fionn th
;pistol of my friend had entered his anta o
Dist's eye and lodged in his brain, instanill
'depriving hinm of' life. .
"1Gentlemen," said, the survivor, address
ing the English Officers will) a calmnes
that appeared unnatural and revolting-
Gentlemen," you and not myself mus
answer for that man's death. It was yo
who set him on-you have followed me fo
ti whole week with insults whie.h I was ;i
last compelled to notice. Are you saiisfiepc
gentlemen, or would'yon like to avenge th
death you have caused !" and as he iittere
these last words he surveyed the group c
E'nglishmen with an expression of'counie
nance so contemptuous, thart it was, as in
deed he designed it to be, an insnli to eace
and every one ofthe persons addressed, on
of whom iintne-liately took it up, and chal
lenged the insulter.
It was in vain ihat I protested against
and appealed to my friend and his antigo
nisis to put a slop to this wholesale ninrder
Lieut. -- said to me quietly, Capt
-- if you do not wish to act as my se
cond, oblige me by retiring-I---r-get at-o-n
without assistance."
Tlhe pistols were again loaded ; the se
cond Englishman tookihe seat in which tin
first had been killed, and I again stood ui
and gave the signal-
Are yon ready-Fire-one-two."
The explosion followed ihe word two, and
the Englishmnan was dead, shot in (he same
"Gentlemen," said the Lieutenant, wiil
the same insuthing calmness, ', time presses
--load the pistols, and I will kill you one
,after another, as fast as you get into that
But they had enough. Liert.
sailed the same night for Mahon. H e was
known then and is now known, as the best
shot in the whole navy. []e never missed
his main- never received .i scratch himself,
for he nreier gave an antagonist a chance to

n Senators, while eight voted for the Adams
tick e t. +
The Crawfurd ticket was adopted i'n the
Senate on the 10th November; Ayes 18
Noes 13. Mr. Bowman, one of the Sev
.= enteen who had voted for Clay, voting ir
\. the affirmative, aud Mr. Nelson (Adains)
e being absent.
e On a joint ballot of the two Houses on
_ lthe 151h November, (some of the Crawford
y men having voted with the Adams men for
the Adams ticket in file Assembly, on th(
13(h the Adams ticket was nominated, by
s that House. in order to throw out the Ciaj
_ ticket an'd bring about a joint ballot,) the
,t Adams ticket received 78 votes, the Craw-
u ford ticket 76, and there were three blanlk
r ballots. Seven persons who were on boll
it the 'Crawlford ,nd Clay tickets received 95
|. votes. Twetiy.five persons on the Adams
e ticket were chosen, and for lour there waas
d no choice. O,),the 16(h November these
)f" (burr vacancies were filled from the Cr.awfbr'
. liickerby from 79 to 81 voles, against 74 to
. 75 givon for names on ihe Adamns ticket
to It was silliposed ilia ; lew Adamns men voted
e in this instance for lhe .Ciwrawford ticket
. with a view of keeping Clay out of th(
House of' Represcntalives. which was effec-
;t led : Ihe total number of Electoral votes
_ given to I'\r. Clay throughout the Union
r. for President, being 37, while Mr. Crawford
t. li id 41. ,
To return to the Seventeen Senators."
^--Mi.h%-M B uren a nd the Albany Regency
used every effort to st.'stain ihem with the
. party and with e epeo)le. Thus Mr. Bowin,
e being nominated for reelection to the Senate,
) and, faiint of election by the'people, was
afierward chosen M1ayor of the City of New-
York ; Mr. Bowman" held one or more of-
f prices Io whi-ch lie was&ap! oinied ; MIr. Dudley
e wais successively elected Member of Con-
gress and U. S. Senator; Mr. Earll, Meam-
h her of Congress and Canal Commissioner,
s Mr..Keyes was nominated for Congress, but
E defeated; Mlr. Livingslon was chosen Lieu-
t lenant Governor in 1830, afterward Elector
of President and State Senator; and MJr.
_ Wright was twice elected a MAember of Con-
(ress ; -ftulrwards Cotrnp! oiler of the State,
U. S. Senator and Govertor.
XVi'li regard to (hei number of the Seveni-
teen Senalors now living, we only know of
Wwo whom dealh has not removed, namely,
Alvin Bronsfin of Oswego, ;id [teni!) J'.


THE undersigned propose publishing in the
'Town of Mariarina, Jackson county, Florida, a
.-weekly newspaper with the above title.
This paper will be devoted to Literature, Agri-
culture, and Science; it will also contain the-
current news of the day and articles in support of
the Whig Policy.
The want of a local paper has been severely
felt in Jackson, Walton and Washington coun-
ties, and has led to the proposed establishment of
this Journal.
The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient pat-
ronage to enable them to commence its publica-
'tion by the 1st of September.
TERMs-Three dollars per annum, in advance.
,$3 50 if paid within six months; or $4 T0 at the
* end of the year.

SJuly 31, 1847.

Groceries and Ship Stores.
SDO10 COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,
JA Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Povwchong do, Souchong do, Goshen
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, M._.I .i-o. Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel, Shad, Salmon,
. Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt, Raisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oa;s, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan23 24 Water street.

BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by the case;
Women's Shoes anti Buskins;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans ;
Scc "c fine saw'd Brogans;
Men's pegged Boots;
fine sewed Boots;
Russet Brogans. For sale by
'Jan 23 21. Water street.

On Consiganment.
T'HE subscriber has lately received on consign-
.1 meant, the following articles:
2 casks choice Old Port 'Wine;
1 (',.Il Madeira Wine;
1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey;
2 "' Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy;
I Dark Dumond Braady;
10 baskets London Club" Champaigne.
Also, a variety of Segars, all of which will be
-sold low, for cash only, by
Feb 27 50 Water street.
W" ISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of %Wild
Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 J. C. ALLEN.

SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, low for cash, by
Jan 23 24 Water street.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
1 9 DOZEN,just received and for sale by
L,, April 10 H.F. ABELL.

Bagging and Hope.
100 PCS Kentucky Bagging;
I 100 coils Rope;
4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
Dec 5 41 Water street.

Iron, Nails, &c.
0 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
J 10Q kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities;
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;
20 English and American Vises;
20 Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws;
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
Dec 4 41 Water street.
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.
SSaratoga Water.
Q'UARTS and Pints, fresh, for sale .
c April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Blank Books and Stationery.
EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
'ust received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.

For Sale,
BBLS. FLOUR; 50 bbls. Whiskey;
100' 50 bbls. Molasses; 20 hhlids Sugar.
Just landed from schooner Ann, and for sale
low, for cash, by
March 27 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
ATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
For Sale,
10O HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
i 50 bbls Flour, by
Dry Goods.
DRILLINGS,' Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
'Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c.
iFor sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
fan 23 23 Water street.
INGLE and double, for sale by
S July 17 J. C. ALLEN.
Rat, House & Cockroach Poison.
HIS very efficacious remedy for extermina-
ting immediately, if a proper application be
made, of all of the above named annoyances. His
Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very ex-
tensive celebrity for its invariable destructive pro-
perties to that order of insects. For sale by
August 14 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.

Carpenter's Extract of Buchu.
W ARRANTED genuine, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.

SALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale by
Apr 1 17 H. F. ABELL

Bay Bum.
A FRESH supply of A. French's superior
Bay Rum, just received and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.

Sarsaparilla Syrup.
JUST received, and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.

Hoarhound Candy.
PEASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound
S Candy, just received and for sale by
June 2 H. F. ABELL.

for sale by.ALLEN.
SJuly 17 J.C. ALLEN.

Jaiii~ii~ba~ir ----;r,.~--6di~ji-m~~

,Dry Goods.
T HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10,-1 and 12 qrs.1
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirtingand Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking, j
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shiriing and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting .and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Casmnnere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
SWhich have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 5, 1846. 41 Water street.
B. EIlisoni & Co., 24 Water street.
MANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all .sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
pentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Litharage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal
do, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub do, Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck. Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
White, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do- Deck Brooms,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, Axe
Helves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons, MIarline Spikes, Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentors,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets, Chisels,
Augurs, PLsnp, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw.
Files, Rat T ,i;1 .to, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Hanlyards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo edo,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &e., &c.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23. 1847.
GREEN & CONNERY, No. 36, Water street,
have just received and offer for sale
125 sacks Green Rio Coffeee, (new crop;)
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour;
200 Old Rectified Whiskey ;
100 boxes white, pale and brown Soap;
5 hhds N. 0. Sugar; 5 do Muscovadoldo;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
5 Hams;
20 barrels Clarified Sugar;
10 boxes Loaf do;
50 Sperm Candles;
20 barrels N E Rum;
10 White's Baltimore Gin;
10 Domestic Brandy;
10 N 0 Molasses;
50 boxes English Dairy Cheese;
50 pieces Kentucky Bagging;
30 coils Rope;
10 bales Alicant Mats;
80 bxs and hlf-bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins;
10 Lemons;
75 Manufactured Tobacco;
25 cases assorted Pickles;
30 barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3;
20 halt bbls do do;
20 boxes assorted Syrups;
20 chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy-
son Teas;
10 chests and boxes Powchong Teas;
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
10 baskets "Heidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
25 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread;
3 tierces new Rice;
20 kegs and quarters new Buckwheat;]
200 bushels Norther Oats.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.

2 7 HALF boxes Manufactured "W L Roane"
2 Brand.
44 half boxes Manufactured '"W Price" Brand.
39 do. "
28 -. "W Barlow" "
48'22 lb. boxes "J WMorgan" "
1-2 Ib Lumps.
5 boxes Manufactured "J W Morgan" Brand
' 5 boxes Napo-
leon's" Brand "Magnolia."
5 boxes Manufactured "Napo-
leon's" Brand "Strawbery."
50 20 lb boxes Manufactured "Napo-
leon's" Brand "Magnolia."
9 boxes Manufactured "Morford" Honey Dew
10 Crates Crockery; 10,000 Florida Segars.
30 doz Negro Caps; 60 doz Hoes, "assorted."
Ingrain Carpeting, Cotton Cards, Trace Chains.
For sale low to close consignments, by
Nov. 14 53 Water street.

Oil Cloths and Carpets.
1 8 PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide;
3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
3 Cotton "
2 Stair "
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.
Boots and Shoes.
OY'S and Men's Russet Brogans;
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans;
Gents fine Calf Brogans;
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes;
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A large and extensive assortment, just received
and for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.

gunat NoticaF.

---ffs.ttato isf 2gotf ce l

N OTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of Piobates for Franklin
County, for a final discharge from the Adminis-
tration of the estate of Donald Campbell, late of
said county, deceased.
Apalachicola, June 5, 1817. .21-6min
N OTICE.-Six months after publication o01
this notice, application will be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for a
final settlement of the administration of the es-
tate of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said
February 14, 1857. 5-6m Administratrix.

T appearing to the satisfaction of the Judge of
this Court, by the affidavit of the Complain-
ant's Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter
named do not reside within the WVestern Circuit
ot the State of Florida, but within the United
States of America; that is, that the Defendants
Joseph L. Hepburn resides in theState of Texas;
the said George 0. Hepburn in tiha State of Mis-
souri ; the said Annie E. Hepbun, and Caroline
B. Hepburn, and the said William Howland,
each in the State of New Yori.; the heirs ot
John Peabody, deceased, and Danel McDougald
their trustees; the said Hines Hot and Seaborn
Jones, John H. Howard and Edwird Cary, trus-
tees of Calhoun & Bass; Mordi(ai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross, a bankrupt, and Dan-
iel MeDougald, each reside in theState of Geor-
gia; the said John W. Campbel, Hudson A.
Thornton, Nathaniel M. Thorntoi and Duncan
McDougald, each reside in the Stab of Alabama;
the said Joseph Branch and lawrence O'B.
Branch anid William H. Brockenbiugh, each re-
side in the Middle Circuit of Florila: It is there-
fore ordered, that the said Defenadmts hereinbe-
fore named, and every of them, (o appear and
answer the said bill of complaint, otherwise the
same shall be taken pro conf'essoagainst them
and each of them in default: Proviled, this order
be published in any" newspaper pointed in this
Circuit once a week for four months from the
date hereof. Dated April 11, 1847
Judge fo the Western Circuilof Florida.
Complainant's Solicitors. 20-4m

In District Court of thE United
States, for the Northo' n Dis-
trict of Florida
Daniel N. McLean, andl
others, owners of the I
steam boat Augusta, I
vs. Libel fir Collision.
The Steam Boat Eufaula,
her tackle, apparel and
N OTICE is hereby given to all vhom it may
concern, that by virtue of ai attachment
warrant of arrest, issued in the love cause, I
have seized and taken the above mentioned Steam
Boat Eufaula, her tackle,2 apparel :nd furniture,
to answer to the libel filed therein for damages
for a collision, in a cause civil ai( maritime.-
That the said process is returnatle before the
District Court of the United States or the North-
ern District of Florida, at the Clrk's office of
said Court, in the city of Apalaciicola, on the
third Monday (17th day) of May,instant, at 10
A. M., at which time and placethe said cause
is to be heard.
Dated at Apalachicola, this 15hti day of May,
in the year 18-17. ROBERT AYERS,
U. S Marshal.
by H. R. TAILOR, D. M.
May 22, 1847. 19-tf

Franklin Circuit court ,
Charles Barnarnd, Abel)
Adams, George W.
SBarnard and Charles
Larkin, Merchants, Atachment.
trading underthe firm Sumswmrn to$4543 90.
of Barnard, Adams Danages $8000.
& Co."
John Dill.
T HE Defendant and all otherminterested, will
L take notice of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, returnable b the December
Term, 1847, of Franklin CircuitCourt, and will
appear and plead thereto, according to law.
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Apalachicola, April 13, 1847. aprill7 14-4m

Franklin Circuit Court.
D. K. Dodge, )
James C. Watson, et al. )
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. Bill for Partition.
D. MeDougald, et. al. )
f EORGE W. ROSS having tled a petition on
J the 22d April, 1816, praying to have a cer-
tain amount of money now in Court, belonging to
defendants, appropriated to the payment of his
fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said de-
fendants; and the matter h-av-iig been referred to
me as Special Master in Chancery to act and re-
port upon the same, after having given 30 days
notice by publication in the papers. It is there-
fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the defen-
dants Watson, MeDougald, et. al., and all others
interested, to appear before me in the city of
Apalachicola on the seventh (7th) of April next,
then and there to present or defend their respec-
tive claims, &c.
Special Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8-5t
0-d The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until Friday, the 16th inst.
Apalachicola, April 10, 1847. 13-lt
0m- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th June next.
Apalachicola, April 24,1847. 15-2m
WC!- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th of November next.
Apalachicola, July 3, 1847.

Franklin Circuit Court.
Barnard, Adams & Co.,
vs. In Chancery.
John Dill and Elizabeth In y
Ann Dill. J
T having been made to appear by affidavit that
the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann
Dill, reside out ot the State of Florida, to wit:
in the State of Georgia. It is ordered that pub-
lication be made for four months, in some news-
paper printed in the city of Apalachicola, requi-
ring them to appear and answer said bill, else it
will be taken pro confesso.
July 24, 1847. 28-4m

OSE and Lavander Water, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.

........ _. .---

FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil-
ious and nervous Headache, Constipation,
Diarrahoma, Gcut, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.

Tarrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
in a few days-no confine-
I ment or restriction in diet,
is necessary. It will be
found invaluable, being pre-
pared with the greatest
possible care, upon well
tested principles, founded
upon that important law,
first established by.the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
S' that a combination of sim-
ilar remedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable effet, than any equiva-
lent dose of any single one.' In many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely appli-
cation. For sale by
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


The remedy to which we would call the atten-
tion of the public, is one which has proved sue"
cessful for a long time ; and it is universally ac-
knowledged by all who have tritd it, to be FAR
SUPERIOR to any other medicine ever employed
in diseases for which it is recommended. It not
THE WHOLE SYSTEM, but it dissolves and
carries offthe superabundant slime or mucus SO
BOWELS OF CHILDREN, more especially
those in bad health. The mucus forms the bed
or nest in which Worms produce their young,
and byremoving it, it is impossible for worms to
remain in the body. It is harmless in its effects
on the system, and the health of the patient is
always improved by its use, even when no worms
are discovered.
The Canadian Vermifuge is only 25 cents a
bottle and is much more easily administered, than
Prepared only by JW.N WINER & Co., 83
Maiden Lane, New YIi.
H, F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9 for Apalachicola.

The Great Canadian Remnedy.
Unrivalled for the cure of CoughsColds, Asthma,
Spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough, Difficul-
ty of Breathing, Pleurisy, Consumption,
and all Diseases of the Lungs.
Bronchitis, a disease that is sweeping thou-
sands to a premature grave under the name of
Consumption, can be cured by using this medi-
For several years past, this medicine has been
in use in Canada, where it has become universal-
ly known, and is considered the best medicine
in use for all pulmonary diseases. The great
success which has attended its use in that coun-
try, and the many truly wonderful cures which
have been effected by it, has induced the proprie-
tors to introduce it into the United States, con-
fident of its being the most safe and valuable re-
medy ever discovered, and adapted to all diseases
of the lungs, when any of the functions do not
perform their natural or hasty action, exerting a
most grateful and soothing influence over the
functions of the whole system, diminishing ex-
citement when excessive, allaying irritation,
soreness and pain, and speedily imparting renew-
ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden Lane, New
York, sole proprietor for the United States.
H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9 for Apalachicola.
Balsam of Liverwort.
A REMEDY most perfect is said now to b'e
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptoms,
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAM OF LIVERwoRT,which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is,
and has been for a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proofs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. "Franklin says a small leak will sink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLOR'S
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon" J. Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it is
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21, 1846. 12-ly

IN Franklin Circuit Court.
Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of
Burton Hepburn, deceased,
Joseph L. Hepburn, George 0.
Hep)burn, Annie E. Hepburn
arid Caroline B. Hepburn,
heirs at law of Burton Hep-
burn, deceased; Daniel K.
Dodge; the heirs of John
Peabody, dec'd, whose trus-
tee is Daniel McDougald; } Bill for Dower.
John WV. Campbell; Hudson
A. Thornton; Nathaniel W.
Thornton ; Hines Holt; Sea-
born Jones, John H. Howard
and Edward Cary, trustees of
James P. Calhoun & Charles
L. Bass, composing the late
firm of Calhoun & Bass;
William Howland; William
Sloan; Duncan McDou-
gald; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Rosb,
a bankrupt; Daniel McDou-
gald; Joseph & Lawrence
O'B. Branch; William H.
Brockenbrough and the Bank
of Pensacola,

Printers' Furnishing Warehouse.
Nbo. 17 Canal street Row.
T HE undersigned beg leave to announce to
Publishers and Printers, that they have es-
tablished a complete and extensive TYPE FOUN-
DRY in this city. The Book Letter of this
Foundry was cut to order by workmen of long
experience, and, as no expense was spared to
obtain the handsomest faces and to perfect it in
every respect, we will venture to say it will be
found as handsome, if rinot the handsomest in the
United States. We have also a very handsome
assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the la-
test style, to which we would call the attention
of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All
articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate-
rial equal, it not superior, to any manufactured
at the North; and as we shall sell Type at New
York prices, we trust to meet with encourage-
We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS
RULE and TYPE of any magnitude, with prompt-
ness. We would also particularly call the at-
tention of Printers to our LEADS, having an en-
tire new set of moulds, by which we are enabled
to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agents
for the sale of the: Napier, Washington, and
Smith Presses, which together with Chases,
Cases, Composing Sticks, Furniture, Ink, and
every other article required in the Printing busi-
ness, will be kept on hand, and furnished at
manufacturer's prices.
Editors and Printers wishing to establish a
Newspaper or Job Printing Office will be fur-
nished with an estimate in detail for the same,
by stating the size of the paper, or the particular
style and quantity of work to be executed.
033- The proprietors of newspapers who will
publish this advertisement six months, and send
a paper to our office weekly, will be paid for the
advertisement by purchasing six times theamount
of advertising bill in Type.
May 22, 1847. 19-6m 17 Canal st. Row.

Drugs & MIedecines.
THE subscriber has just received per recent
arrivals from New York, a full and com-
plete stock, consisting in part, Sulph. of Qui-
nine, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,
Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic,
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, "Calomel, Jalap,
Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr. and Root. Sei-
na, Epsom Salts, Bachn Leaves, Castor Oil,
Scidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulpher, flower
and role, Copperas, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes,
Calcind and Curb. of Magnesia, Gum Camphor,
Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of as-
sorted Glass Ware, and a general assortment of
all articles in the Drug line. For sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
HEALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
This preparation is universally allowed to be
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartburn, habitual Costiveness, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; they will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.
ERSONS having business with the subscri-
bers during their absence from the city, will
please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green.
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to Physicians, Country Merchants and others on
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Apalachicol, Nov. 21, 1846.
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^ts f tdan rotfs

[From Peterson's Magazine.]


S1rofssfoonal Notices.

(W- May be fond at his residence, corner of
'Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.
Dr. A. W. Chapman,
O- Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
'(entrance on Chestniut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf

G. o Davis,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
He will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
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: special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
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tee, the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.

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cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
h6v5 Apalachicola, Fla.
H. E. Owens,
CLAYTON, Barbour County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf
John Bilbo,
WILL practice in the several Courts of the
South-Western Oircuit, and Thomas and
Stewart counties
Aug. 5,1845. -31- tf

L UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
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March 222,. 1.845.

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but moments of anguish will force them- upon a cold, unheading ear. The catalep-
selves upon her, and she prays in secret that sy is not feigned-a blood, vessel has brok-
she may be yet spared to her family.- en, and the last act in the domestic tragedy
Christmas holidays 'approach, and the of this noble woma'r s life is at an end.
family group are gathered around their
cheerful fireside. Mary and her children [From the New York Despatch.]
had not forgotten the wants of the poor in A SKETCH FROM THE CAPTAIN.
this inclement season. Many a poor family Twenty years ago I made the acquaint,
bless them for the cheering warmth that in- dance of Lieut. then a passed mid-
vigorates their beautiful limbs, shipman in the United States navy, now in
It is Christmas day. .The family return command of a very saucy little craft, which
from church. A plenteous dinner crowns has not been undistinguished in the recent
the board, and several poor actors who have naval movement on the coast of Mexico.-
no cheerful home, are invited by this amia- The acquaintance was made under circum-
ble family to partake their Christmas cheer. stance so singular, that their relation, even
The evening losses with blind man'3 huff, at this lute day can hardly fail to interest
and other noisy games, and the whole family the reader.
join in the merry frolics. The winter pryov- It was in Gibraltar. I was passing a cof-
ed more than usually severe, and, in spite of fee house much frequented by English and
all her. precautions, Mary suffered much American officers, when hearing my name
from its severity. Still her sufferings are called, I turned and saw standing in the
concealed from all eyes-she will not poison door a young man in the undress of our
the happiness of those dependant upon her service. He approached me, saying-
by speaking ofher sufferings. She devotes Cap:ain-- of the Brig Monmouth,
herself more than ever to her arduous pro- I believe?"
session. Her children repay her for every The same, sir, I replied." .
sacrifice. They have all the advantages of "I am Mr. passed midshipman of
care and education that the wealthiest can the United States sloop-of-war---- now
enjoy, and what recks the devoted mother lyiny at Port Mahon,. I am here on leave,
if her heart's blood must prove their nour- and none of my brother officers are at hand
ishment. to render ine that service, which 1 must re-
But a greater trial awaits her. The scar- quest of you, as a fellow countryman to
let fever is raging through the city, and of perform." '
that fatal kind that sweeps off whole fami- shall be glad to learn how I can be of
lies in its march. The mother trembles for service to Mr. -- I replied, with rather
her offspring, and for a time they are spared, a formal bow ; for our young officers in the
One evening upon returning from the thea- Mediterranean were too much in the habit
tre, and visiting as was her wont the bedside of getting into silly scraps, and I suspected
of the little.slumberers, she was alarmed by for a moment that it was one of this charae-
the uneasy. tossing of her boy. The nurse ter in which I was asked to figure.." :
attributed his 'feverishness to a slight cold, It is a little affair which will detain you
but the mother's feelings were at once alar- only a few minutes, Captain, ," the
med. She removes the child to her couch young officer remained with a smile,--
and watches over him until toward morning, The fact is that I have one duel, to fight,
when his fever subsiding he fell into a quiet and perhaps more, within five minutes, and
sleep. Overcome by exhaustion she too in that coffee house. 1 was going out to
slumbered. She was awakened by the sud- hunt up a countryman to act as my second,
den start of the little sleeper, and rousing when you passed."
herself she perceived that the child's fever He hastily explained the origin of the
was rapidly increasing. She thought she difficulty, proved to me-that he was right,
perceived beneath the surface of theskin the and 1 resolved to see him through. We
dreaded indications of scarlet fever. Medi- entered the house, in the public "room of
cal advice was at once summoned. The which I was introduced to seven or eight
physician confirms her fears, and advises English naval officers, one of whom held in
the instant removal of the little girl. his hands a pair of fine duelling He
The dread of infection is so great that it was the second of the other party, and we
is found impossible_'to'effect this, and an up- stepped aside to make .the necessary prec
per room is devoted to her nursery. Night parations. While the preliminaries bfor the
draws near, and the mother rejoices that her fight are being arranged, the reader may as
theatrical services are not required that well be enlightened as to its cause.
evening. The child grows worse, he does The English naval officers for several
not recognize any one around him. The years after the conclusion of the last war,
mother will not let any one interfere with omitted no opportunity to insult our officers
her care of him. At midnight she hears a and provoke them into quarrels' When
tap at the door. A message from the nurse they could not get a representativeof the
of her little girl desiring to see her-she flag from the government service, they
.chanza her dress and hastens to the child, would seek one in the merchant marine, and
God help the poor mother! The children are captains of trading vessels were more than
in the same room, and as evening approach- once compelled to notice insults thus gratu-
es, the mother feels the she must leave them. itosly offered. .
For the first time she feels the galling of At Gibraltar and Port Mahon there had
the chain, been several duels, and at the latter, place
Those who depend upon the public for they were of such frequent occurrence,
maintenance must answer its demands.- that it was usual to say on saluting an ac-
The hour draws near, and in anguish of quaintance in the morning, Well, who is
heart she leaves her children to the care of the victim -to-day-was the Englishman
her husband and their nurse. Ah! who killed, or did the American take the bul-
among that enraptured audience, as they let?"
hung entranced upon her accents, could In the case now referred to, six or seven
guess at the agony concealed in that bosom. English Lieutenants had studied, for the
The play is over, and she hastens home. week that my friend had. been stopping in
She- enters the nursery. The dejected Gibraltar, how to get him into a quarrel.--
looks of the watchers give her no hope.- They settled on the plan at last, and lost no
The little girl is rapidly growing worse, and time in putting it into execution.
the parents gaze at one another in mute Lieut.---- was sitting in the public
despair. Another fearful day is passed.- room of the coffee house, quietly drinking
Again the mother is obliged to tear herself his wine and reading a newspaper. One of
from her darlings. She goes and is deafen- the English officers, who was reckoned an
ed by the applause that rewards her efforts, excellent shot, commenced walking up and
With aching brow and despair at her heart down the room, passing and re-passing .the
she flies home. Another night of anguish American Lieutenant, upon whose toes he
and sorrow Towards morning the suffer- at length trod. Lieut. --- looked up,
ings of the little ones seem relieved, and the Englishman bowed and said, beg
gaspingly the mother awaits the physicians' your "pardon, sir, an accidentt" Lieut.
call. Alas the fatal decree has gone forth. bowed, and went on with his paper.
The appearance of morti'ficarion in the The Englishman again passed, again trod
canker spots in the throat, announce that on the American's toes, and again, apolo-
hope is vain. Relived from their sufferings, gized: "-Beg your pardon, sir, an acci-
the beautiful little ones lay, but their fast dent." Lieut. ---bowed, and resumed
failing breath and alabastercountenances an- his paper. The Enghlishman allowed five
Snounce the near approach of death. The minutes to pass, and then, for the third
parents, stunned With the heaviness of their time, committed the offence, repeating, with
- sorrow, gaze speechless upon them. The a mocking smile, the apologetic words,
hours creep by, and as the day fades these "Beg your pardon, sir, an accident."
- glorious little beings wing their way to their Lieut.----- calmly lid aside his paper,
heavenly home. Tearless, and apparently arose,. and taking the Englishman hy the
cold as marble, the mother composes their ears, dellbhaately discharged a consTderahbe
limbs she lays them side by side. No other quantity of tobacco juice, with a respecta-
hand than her own is suffered to array them ble sized quid, full into his face, saying with
for the last time on earth. All over she a jeering laugh, "Ibeg your pardon, sir, an
r strews them ivith flowers, and seats herself accident." ,
to watch. Blessed and beautiful children. This settled the business, or rather put it
e You have passed away in the hey-day of in the train of settlement. The English-
- your innocent happiness-sin has not mar- man challenged the American on the spot;
d red nor sorrow visited you, nor have you the latter accepted, claiming all the rights of
d tasted of the bitterness of this world. *the challenged party-choice of weapons,
o The last rites are over, and the wretched time and place. This was of course con-,
t couple return to their solitary mansion.- ceded, and Lieut. named pistols the
e The short respite of a week is allowed to the weapons, that room the place, and the time
e mother before she is again to appear before the moment he could find a countryman to
o the public. They take no note of time, and act as his second. On this errand he en-
f the first thing that arouses Mary form her countered me at the door, and returned af-
t hopeless despondency, is a remark that she ter an absence of exactly seven minutes.-
t overhears from her old nurse, Poor Mr. The Englishman had, however, become ac-
r Elliott, he cannot last long." She turns to customjed to Yankee punctuality in litlle
- her husband, and for the first time per- matters of this kind, and expressed no sur-
ceives the ravages that care and disease have prise at the suddenness of bis re-appear-
s made upon him. She rouses herself to ance.

- become once more the devoted nurse. It was arranged that the parties should
s The week expires; she must attend the sit at opposite ends of a table, about twenty
I- manager's summons, or be held responsible feet long, which, was in the centre of the
s, for a large amount. The play is Fazio- room. I was to give the signal-" are you
v- mechanically she prepares her toilette-she ready ? .Fire-one-two-three"--the par-
Is leaves for the theatre. The play commen- ties to fire between the count; their pistols
is ces, and the anguish of her soulI breaks its to remain on the-table until the call-" ar'
iy icy bonds, and brings down peals of ap- you ready?"
d plause upon her consummate acting. The I glanced at my principal as I was about
id play proceeds-the audience suspends their to give the signal, and was struck with the
,h 'breath at witnessing the acting of the cata- expression of his countenance. His lipU
er lepsy thatfollows the denunciation of Fazio, were slightly compressed; his brow was shut
r, then they thunder their aipplause-it falls, down (if I may so use the term) over bi

tlustiussn Dgrwttys,

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24 Water street.
Jan 23 Apalachicola, Fa.
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iy- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings
Jan 16 Apalachicola, a.
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And M '1-"'" '_1 of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
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dec12 Apalachicola, Fla.
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sept Lty Apalachicola.
H. R. WooD. .
Wood & Co.
No. 2 Columbus Building,
pet. 31. Apalachicola
T. H.Austin & Co.,
No. 45 Water Street,
Oct. 24. Apalachicola, Fa.
J. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
A general assortment of
cor. of Chesnut & Cbmmerce streets,
.Dec 4 Apalachicola, Fla.

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The, arrive at their lodgings-her stage
attire thrown aside, and, enveloped in a
wrapper, she hastens to the couch of her
sleeping children.. She kneels by their
side. May God Almighty bless and pre-
serve you, my darlings," is her passionate
exclamation, as her tears fall upon their
blootrinig faces. They turn in their sleep,
and, alf awake, murmur, "dearest mam-
ma," >nd encircle herewith their arms. Her
over-lent heart relieves itself in tears and
cares-es, and she leaves them to their slum-
bers. A supper awaits herself and husband.
Theysit down, and now for the first they
realize, that the hideous spectre want, which
has hinted their footsteps, is to be banish-
ed. nhe manager has placed a draft in her
husband's hands ere they left the theatre,.
and its amount justifies their leaving these
comfotless lodgings. They retire with
heartsof thankfulness that they have been
able tcsustain this fearful trial. .TiThe next
day thty take a small but comfortable house
near oie of the parks, where the children
can repice in the free air. A middle aged
womar, their former nurse, is reinstated in
herjoful charge over these, her darlings.
The nmnager is smiling and courteous, and
a large salary is agreed upon. Mary is to
appearthree times in the week. Some of
her former friends call upon her. She re-
ceives hem coldly, though civilly,. and lis-
tens to heir compliments with an indifferent
air. S)e cannot forget their desertion of
her in hier hour of need. She finds her
greatest happiness with her children. Her
noble boy is placed at one of the best schools,
and hercherub girl rejoices with great glee
over the treasure of toys mamma has be-
stowed. Her husband looks upon her with
pride aad joy, and she feels that the dark
cloud ias passed away, and the sun of pros-
perity is rising upon them.
The winter has passed, and on the ap-
proach 3f spring, Mary, and her husband go
to Philadelphia. The like success attends
her there. Many of the first families call
upon her, and her graceful, winning man-
nets serve to rivet her claim to their ad-
miration and respect. They proceed t9 the
South. She is greeted by the warm-heart-
ed inhabitants with all that chivalric feeling
ever manifested by them, where merit and
talent are combined, and she is cheered by
the heartfelt sympathy of those around her
They leave with regret these kind friends
and return to the North. The summer'
months she devotes to the *children, and to
recruiting her system from the excessive
labor she has undergone. The instantane
ous success that has crowned her labors, and
the consequent happiness that she ha shed
around her domestic circle, have hitherto
rendered her unconscious of the inroad tha
late hours and unceasing mental effort hav
made upon her constitution. But when th
heat of the summer months forced her tc
relax in her labors, she consoles herself
with the thought that a few weeks of res
will restore her wanted health, They go tl
a beautiful village on the Sea Shore-he
children rejoice with the strong joy of child
hood in the healthful and invigorating
breeze, and their beautiful mother mingle
with their sports, and shares their happi
nese. They return. An engagement i
formed with the theatre. The same deafen
ing applause crowns her efforts, but alas
she feels the canker worm of ill health gnaw
ing at her bosom. She carefully conceal
this from all. Even her husband's anxious
love divines not the fatal secret. She is ga
and animated in her domestic circle, an
devotes herself as ever to its wants an
cares. The wakeful hours aud feveris
throbbings of the pulse are known to hi
alo'ie: She still hopes to avert the evil hou

D. Danfortih,
(^ Cotton bought on order.
Refers to

B. F. HOLDEN, New Orleans.
J. G. DUNLAP, Orleans.
Messsrs. WYLIE & McKENZIE, Apalachicola.


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B. S. Hawley,
No. 2S Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.

Avery & Jonies,
No. 43 Water street.
Dec 5. Apalachicola, Fa.
Edward 1McCully,_
No. 50 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
State of Florida.
Y virtue of the power vestedAn me by law, I
shall expose for sale before the Court House
door, in the city of Apalachicola, Franklin coun-
ty, on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of October
next, at the usual hours of sale, so much of the
lands lying opposite the city of Apalachicola, and
known as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining, as
will be sufficient to make the sum of Three Hun-
dred and Seventy Dollars and costs, for the
amount of the State Taxes due from the Apa-
lachicola Land Company on the additional quan-
tity.of assessable lands lying in this county, and
liable to Tax for the year one thousand eight hun-
dred and forty-five. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff
and. ex-officio Tax Collector for Franklin Co.
Apalachicola, April24, 1847. 15-6m

Peter's Vegetable Antibillious
AFRESH supply, just received and for saleby
April 17 H.F. ABELL.

C OLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
April 10 H. F. ABELL.
,Florida MIolasses.
N tierces and,barrels, for sate oy
Feb 20- 24 Water street.
Window Glass.
A LARGE lot, of assorted sizes, just received
and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
Bailey's Tonic Mixture.
rTHIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
S Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.

FRESH Fall Crop, for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
UININE, Camphor and Piperide, !ust re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL-.


Otrp. .

asusfness Birctorva.

f or sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.



1 _I q i_


Twenty Dollars Reward.
X WILL be paid for the apprehension
and dehvery of a NEGRO MAN named
LEvi, who ran away from Macon, on Sun-
day the llth inst. Levi is a-dark mulatto,
stout and well built, will weight about 180 lbs,
t little bow legged, speaks slow and Ion- with- a
strong voice, had on when he left a Satinet round
coat, and checkered pants of country homespun.
I expect he will make for Columbus, as he lately
lived there. Some suspicion exists that Levi
Was decoyed or assisted off by some white person,
and if so, 8100 will be paid For the villain, and
proof sufficient to convict him.
H. L. COOK, Agent.
Macon, July 20,1847. aua21 3-2-4t

finally sto.pped. The cargo was no doubt owing to sickness. And yet every body
imported atthesuggestion of these hypocri- knows that ihe number of qualified voters
lical fanatics, who, in their own estimation 'in each of these sections-limd largely in-
-are too pure to beg or consume slave hbor creased from the previous year. We will
products* and yet'can see no sin in grinding repeat, then,'if" the object of an election to
to the dust the poor of their' owu color, be to Lret the expression of the -whole popu-
many of whom, so far as servitude and corn- lar will, the 1st Monday in October is, at
fortable subsistence are concerned, would least. a moodh too early; and the Leaisla-
be glad to exchange places with the South- ture would, in our opinion, be doing an act
era slave.-Mbbile Herald. ofjuslice to the people to r)ostpone all our
I Slai peleclinnsa na monlh later. BRl whether

this be done or not, it seem.; to us highly
important to the people, ihat Sta.ic elections

Those. C. Underwood, IR. A.,
*;' a^nL iTJ
(Late of" .d/lzins, eorgia,)
.^ RESPEC't'i,'ULLY offers his ser-
^? ,'ii .7 vices to tme citizens ol Apalachi-
e cola, and tihe county of Franklin
zz rlt generally, in the line of his pro-
(.',, f fession. Having monthly coin-
,x \'l'\ |./ munication with (he pinqipa
i,)I] i" Northern cities, he will be enabled
to'furnish his palrons at all times
........ .2- PL.ATES OF i'ANSHIN, recei?,"d
monthly, showing at a view the most Fashionable
Style, o" Dr'.-i, vl which will be a decided advan-
tage to a fashionable community.
N. B. Genilemens' Morning Gowns and Eve-
ning Wrappers made to order; Cloak of every
de-criTtion miaide in the usual forms of the day;
Walking and Riding Gaiters made in a superior
manner; -Tunic Dresses and Boys' Clothes of
every descriptionnmade in a'neat and fashionable
style. All garments made at this establishment
warranted Io fit.
y- Shop, Second Story Baltzell's Buildings-.
Entrance oil Chestnut street. .
October 14, 1847. 39-6m
Orh A plate of Fall and Winter Fashions just
Pay your Taxes!I
PERSONS who have nor paid their City Taxes
wouiid do well t- call at No. 50 Water street
and settle before the 1st November, as [ shall af-
ter that date proceed to collect the Taxes in ac-
cordance with an ordinance, made and provided
fi(r that purpose. JA.S. F. FARRIOR,
Oct. 14. Cily Tax Collector.

List of Letters
R EMAINING in the Post Ooffice, Apalachi-
cola, Fa., on the 1st of October, 1847.
Agrista, Salvadon Hasted, Mr
Armstrong, David Higgins, Warner
Anderson, John Hill, John
Brown, Oralus S Halsey, Thos 4
Butts, A G Jones, Cared H cold')
Butt, A D Jeter, Wm A
Blylh, Wm Johnson, John H
Brockett, Haam Jackson, Robert
Boutell, Capt Wm Lemons, Henry
Bulls, E P 3 Loyd, Joseph
Bradley, James Lalta, Rev Moses
Byington, J L Locholu, Jas T
Brockenbrough, W H Mnrr.,, Anthony
Backlin, Wm D M,'rr,,i, I'homlas
Bartst, Jacob Mchntosh, Mrs K
Baker, Wm Morton, -lephen T
Rurgass, Elizabeth Mayor; Jas C
Brown, Geo M Pindervois, Romeo
Cinday, Cate Porter, Ariting
Cussans, Richard 2 Patten, Ruse & Co
Deleno; Pietro Ruse, 0 C
Davis, J C P Regers, Geo A *
Evans, London 2 Richard&, John G 2
Emerson, Chas W 3 Smith, Augustus G
Freel; Michael Sloan, John
Foster, Jas Smith, John
Flemming, Wahingt6n Sweete, Albert
Fraser; Jese Turner, B L 3
Flynn, Jas Taylor, H R 4
Fell, John Thompson, Geo
Gray, Michael 3 Underbill, Thos S
GUyon, H G Wingard, Daniel
Gardner, Thos N White, Francis 2
Green, John Walls, Capt A W
Gorrin, Mary Websler, John
Hurlson. Harriet Williams, Harvey
Or Pcisons calling for any ot the above let-
ters will say they are advertised.
JOS. S. MAY, P. M.
Calhioull County.
ENOW YE, Ihat it is hereby ordered, that
Luke Lolt, ;xNcntor on the Estate ot Mary
Thomas, late of said county, deceased, is hereby
authorised to sell the lbllowing Real Estate of
'the said deceased:-
N E 1 of section 22, the S E of section 22,
the S W I of section 14, theSE S of section 2i,
the N E of section 14, all of Township 1, Range
8, North and West; and the S E I of section 25
in Township 2, of Range 8, North and West.
The above Lands to be sold for tie benefit of
the legatees, and creditors, of said deceased.
Given under my hand and private seal, there
being no seal of office, this 6th day of September,
A. D., 1847.
Judge of Probate for Calhoun Co inly.
The above Lands will be sold at the house of
James Nails, on Monday the fifteenth day ol No-
vembernext. Terms of sale, one-thirdea-h, tie
balance in one and twvo years. Persons wisuiing
to buy Lands in Florida, wilt do well to embrace
this opportunity, as the above Lands comprise
some of as good, if not the best, in the State, and
most suitably adapted to the cultivation ot Sea
Island Cotton, and Spanish or Se-ar Tobacco.
Executor of Mary Thomas, d.e'd.
Calhoun County, Sept. 6, 1847. 37-2m

APALA.CHICOI.A, Sept. 18, 1847.
PROPOSALS will be received at this Office
until the twenty-fifth ('25). day of October,
12 o'clock, M., for building two new Light
Houses and two Keeper's Houses at Cape St.
Bias and Cape St.'George, respectfully, of the
fol lowing materials, dimensions and descriptions,
viz :-
The towers to be built of hard brick, the form
round, foundations to be stnk asdeepe- as necessary
for seonritY, and the outside and inside courses of'
brick to be laid in good Hydraulic cement; the
height of each tower to be sixtV-five feet from
the surlfce of the ground ; *their diameter at the
base to be twenty-two feet, and at the top twelve
feet. The thickness of tlie walls at the base to
be four feet, and uniformly to two feet at top.
The top is to be arched, on vhich is to be laid a
soap stone deck, fourteen and a half feel diam-
eter, five inches thick ; the joints filled in with
lead, on one side of which is to be a scuttle
twenty-four by twenty inches, to enter the lan-
tern. The scull Ie door an iron frame, covered
with copper. The outside wall of the tower t6
be well whitewashed twice over. There are to
be six windows in each tower, of twelve lights
each, eight by ten glass, in strong frames, and a
door six feet by three, made of double inch boards,
cross nailed, with substantial hinges, lock and
latch. The ground floor is to be paved with
brick, and a suflicient number of cmrcnlar stairs,
made of tvo Inch pine boards to lead to within
six feet of the lantern, terminating in a strong
platform, and connected by a centre post From
the top of the stairs to the scultle to be' an iron -
lMdrer with steps two and a hair inches wide.
Eaich Liwht House to he furnished with one com-
plote ele'-trical conductor -of I inch diameter,
made of copper with joints, to run four feet into
the earth
The lanterns and lighting apparatus now in
use at St. Joseph and St. Georges Island Light
Hon the contractor to re glaze t he lanterns wit h French
plate gin.44, and piint them white i niide and black
outside, and pla''ce them on thle new towers in a
proper codition for lighting.
The coitractor-will be allowed to use all such
rnalerials(as are suitable fbr good and substantial
w,,rk!) thit can be obtained from Ihe towers and
dovc.lli:iZ houses at St. Joseph's point and St.
Geor'2''s rs1.mnd, and also the bricks and granite
of' the oil tower at Dog Island. A sufficient
qua-'ntity )f good brick, it is believed, may be ob-
tained frfm the above named buildings to com-
plete thenew ones.
A Dwdling4 House for the keeper is to he built
at each phce, 35 by 20 feet, foundation hard brick,
wall one foot thick, laid 18 inches below lhe
surface olthe ground, and carried up 2 feet above,
on whict is to be laid a frame building, sills 8
inches s-pare, posts 1t feet hi2:h, 4 by 8, braced
above ari below; lower flooring joists 2 inches
by 8, t8 inches apart, brid-ed ; chamber floor
,imsts 2 ly G, 15 inches anart, to be laid so that
the room finish 8 feet; 6 inches root, one-third
,itch, rather 4 by 4 inches; side, end and roof

boarded 'y -oodt seasoned pine boards and shin-
al:'d will the b'et juniper, cypress or cedar shin-
gl,'s, li( not more than 4 incheq to the weather
on thie rof, or more than 5 inches at the side
and end- the hou;;p to be divided imqtvo roomrns
with a2! ntry between 7 feet wide; a 'avnney
in pach Tid, and a fire place in each room below,
with tli'o6 windows in each parlor, twelve lights
each 10 i 12.
The stirs to lead from the enliy into the attic;
cl',-t b.k ot the stairs; allic divided into two
r'>'rS, ~iith an entry between 7 feet. wide ; one
of the chambers to be subdivided into two ; a
Soulhen window in the entry between the cham-
brs, 10 lights 8 by 10, collared with lead, as
well as loth (he chimneys; doors in fi'ont and
hack of he entfy,,one in each room above and
below ani. to the croset ; the doors to be 4 pan-
nelled, oie inch thick, except the front and btak
door, wheih are to be 1D inch. The front with
frieze lidts, with a good lock, bolt and latch,
and huniwill'i good hinges; a window in each
chamb;'r,twelve lig-1hts,8 by 10. Parlors, cham-
bers, entri, below and above, and closet, lathed,
plasteredind finished in a plain and decent man-
ner: back and front of the house, with
trunks tc lead off the water to a cistern; an
opening irthe brick foundation, each side of the
house 8 fet wide, floor to be six inches below
the sill o' the door, the root' shingled ; all the
wood world, except the roof, painted two coats;
all the floir-; in the house to be laid double.
At a coivenient distance from the dwelling
hou-e, to le a ft- one kitchen, 15 by 12, to stand
on six bridi pillars, 2 feet from thfe ground,:
seven feet tCsts, boarded and shingled; roof one- '
third pitch; two windows, tNelve lights, 8 by
10, and oiedoor; a chinmey, with a suitable fire
pbtce for cinking, wilh crane, trammel and
hook<-,; lieloor laid double; the attic floore sin-
gle and mat'hed ; one window in the attic ; com-
pact stairs (f steps to go into attic. In the rear
of each dwelin a Cistern is to be btfilt of hard
brick, linen with Roman cement, large enough to
contain 250C gallons, covered with heart pine
boards, will door on top, into which the rain
gutters from the dwellings are to lead.
No payment is to be made to the contractors
for the abovenamed work until the whole in each
case is completed and the same inspected and ap-;
proved by the. undersigned, or suich person as he '
may appoint for that purpose. The entire work
to be completed by the, first day of Mareh, 1848.
Collector and Squp. of Light Houses,
District ot Atalachicola.
October 2, 1847.
NOTE.-The time for receiving the proposals
is extended tn the first day of November next,
at 12 o'clock, M.
Proposals will also be received for completing
the Light House and Dwellhng on Cape St. Bias-
by the firsl of March, and that on Cape St.
George by the first of June.
(Sqi.iTd,) SAM'L W. SPENCER,
Oct.. 28. Sup't of Lights, &c.
iBI Chiaucery.

Cornelius Granthaun,)
vs. t Petition for Divorce.
Fafha Grantham.
I' appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
by affidavit made in this case, that the de-
tendant, Fatha Gra-ntham, resides beyond the
jurisdiction of 'he Slate of Florida: it is ordered
that the s5id Falha Granlhan' do appear and an-
swer Ih,, sa;d petition within three months alter
the, publication of this order, or the said petition
will hP taken for confessed'; and it is further or-
dered that this order be published in some news-
paer i;i I lh Western Circuit of this-State for the
space of throe months.
GE,1. S. H kWKINS', Judge W. D.
Uche- Anlia, Aug. 2f, 1817. 32-3m
State of Florida,
TO all persons having demands agadiust the es-
tate of Nathan _9-rymour, late of' said county,
deceased, notice is her:eby given Ihat I have ta-
ken from the Honorable Court of Probatesof said
county, LettersTe-tamentary upon the same, and
that all claims will be barred if not presented
within two years after the date of this advertise-
Anaqaehicola, Jnlv 21. IS17. 2;-2m
M JITT ERS, juat received and for sale by
N,v *?8 H. N Aq DLr, rnrn';ist.
S-tzrato-ga Water.
QUARTS and Pints,- fresh, for sale
April 17 H. F. ABELL. ,


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[From the Tallahassee Sentinel.]
Having occasion, some lime since to ex-
amine the statute of" the last General As-
sembly providing for the election of Presi-
dential electors in 1848, it occurred to us
lto look at the U. S. Law ol the same sub-
ject, to ascertain if any discrepancy existed
between the two. The act of congress is
as follows :
-AN ACT to establish a uniform time for
holding elections of President and Vice
President in all the States of the Union.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the U. States-of Atneri-
'ca, in. Congress assembled, That tie ele'c-
,tors of President and Vice President I
be appointed in each State on the Tuesday
n.ext after the first Monday in the monfh of
I%'ov'cmrr of the year in which they are to
be appointed: Provided, Ih'it each State
'may by law., provide for the filling of any
V ci'n.y at vacancies whihmay occnr in
its col,)ege of electors, when such college
mets I(,o give its electori l v(te': And pro-
vidied also, whn ,afhy State shall have held
an election for tihe lepfrpose of chboshi-g
electors, and shall fail to make a choice on
the day aforesaid, then the electors may be
appointed ,t a subsequent diiy. in such
"i nanuer as the State shall by law provide.
Approved 23d January, 1845.
This act was pissed in virrue of a power
specially granted to Congress over the sub-
ject matter of the statute, jeclion 4 bf ar-
Aicle 2, Constitution U. S. provides as fol-
lows: "TThe Congress m:iy determine ihe
--time of choosing electors," &c.,'vTiich clause,
it will be seen, vests in Congress the specific
power which they have exerci.,eed in lhe
statute above ,cited-a power specially dele-
gated (according to !hetheory of State
'Rights itien,) by the States themselves; and
)the f'Wilexercise of which is open to ino in-
:aginable objection on ttle ,score of Slate
-sovereignty or Consulutionnl authority.-
The ol)ject( of the loiw, as every one knows.
is to prevent, double voting and to secure
the independent exercise of the elective
franchise in each State, unbiassed by extra-
neous influences.
Our Siate statute will be found on the
1st page of the pamphlet laws of' Iwt ses-
sion, and lhat part of it which relates to the
.point involved, is as follows:
"That the persons qualified to vole,"
-&c. "shall on lihe 34/,h day preceding the
1st Wednesday in December, unless it should
be nn a Saturday or a Sunday, in the year
1848, and in every 4th succeeding year,
"assemble," &c. and proceed to elect."
Here, Ihen, is a wide and frlal discrepan-
cy. The election, under tihe act of Coil-
gress (the pairamount laiw.) is to be held in
1848, on Tuesday, the 7ihf of November;
while, unler our Slawe statute. (if we count
righ!.) it will take p!ice on Friday., the 3d
of November. 'The act of our Assemibly
must have been passed i) utter forelfuluness
o01 llhe U. States law on 0i0, subject.
\ The effect of this discirvlpincy is to shul
us out altogether from voting in ihe next
Presid'lntial election. W e cannot hold *an
election independently of Stale atithorit,
and an elec!ioil held under the existing
State law will be held in defiance of the
U. S. L-aw on this point, and be a nullity.
Our vote would not be counted.
One very important duty of" the next
General Assembl will, therefore, be to
amend this ac, to 1 make the time cor-
respond with l}h;t prescribed by the act o'f
Congress of 1845, and in doing this, a sug-
gestion may not be arniss. .
It willI be seen, that we must hold an elec-
tion for Presidentia;l electors on the 71It d:iy
of November, 1848. But our Stale elec-
tion for Governor, Congressman, Assemtbly-
men, &c. takes place on the 1-,i Monday in
October of tlhe same year. Now it seems
to us thlat twro important elections in the
course of one month, at a very busy season
of the year, will be a serious and needless
inconvenience to the people ; ;ad not to
mention any other of the numerous objec-
tions, this facl alone ought, we think, to be
decisive with our Legislature. One elec-
tion law must he amended ; and the addition
of Clause in s;ch annmlmnrrn appouinting
(he State election on the same day and
every 4lh year thereafter would save, in
the aggregate, years of time to onr voters,
and needlessly prolonged excitement.
The session of the General Assembly,
commnencing on the 4,h Montday of" Novem-
ber. there then would be a lalp-e of iwi'ntv
lays ibetweeu ihte-el, action and the com-
:mencement of the session, If this is iiisuf'-
,fici~ent,._he time of session ,nirihl ,be post-
,poned by special statue, wilh,,ut ;my pub-
lic inconvenience, thliat occunrs to) ns. Trhe
State Consltituto assigns ihe 4tlh Monday
in November, or such other time as may be
',prescribed bytlaw.
Tho'se eonsiderations and others, will
doubtless occur lo our next Assemhly, in
correctingo Ihevery material error commnilled
'by the last, whirlh it was llhe-hject of this
a~rticle to point out. Whether or not that
,body will take onr view of Ihe matter, we
.wiil hazard no jldgemnent; hut certainly, it
appears to us. if the q,estion of two elec-
tions or one were left tn the people, there
'could be hut little doubt about Iheir deci-

%ion. And'we will s;iy further, in conclu-
`sio6, tha`t if The object of a popular election
'be to get an expression of the will of the
people-the whole people-then our elec-
lion day is loo early. Many of our voters
are compelled yearly to be absent on busi-
ness at the time of the eleciion-;-md many
more will ordinarily be found confined' lo
beds of sickness, or in attendlace ulpon sic'k
families. 5,806 votes were polled in Flori-
da, in May, 1845-while in October, of t're
same year, when more hadI become qualifi-
ed, and the vote increased, only 5,341 votes
were polled. Five hundred lost their votes
by absence and sickness! I Ocioher, 1846,
the increase of votes was but 69 in West
Florida, 1.03 i. Middle Florila, and in East
Florida, if our memory serves us, there
was a positive loss-distinctly alleged to be

occurring the samlie year with the Presiden-
tial should be 'arranged to come upon the
same day.


Oct 28-Schr Oregon, Silvey. from N Orleans.
Steamer Q'lincy, Allen. fim Chattahoochee.
Steamer Flint, Dernarel, fm Geergetown.
Per steamer Qu iney--Dr S W Spencer and fam-
ilv, Mrs Bngbee and daughter, B S Hawily aid
lady, Capit SUtton, Wmn Foster, J Hanserd, L D
Roberts, Thos P Tainter
Per steamer Quincy-Rev J G Rush.
Per steamer Quincy-26 bxs tobacco to B S
Per steamer Flint-28 bales cotton to A N Mc-
Per sleamer Q'lincy-9 bales cotton; 7 sacks
corn, 1 do meal, 300 tiumpkins to N Baker; 7 bxs
tobacco to B S Hawley.
Per barge Live Oak-4 bales cotton.
Per baige leirietta-5 bales cotton to Wm G
Porter & Co; 200 bui)hels corn to m intztr.
.-_ ....**,'' Second Story Baizell's Buildings,
.......- '., (Entrance on Chestnut-st )
*^." ":.ith^ APALACHICOLA, FA,
N B. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully
repaired. October 21, 18J7.

For any one the four Reviews, $13 per annum.
For any two, do. 5 "
For any three,. do. 7 4,
For all four of the Reviews. 8 "
For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 "
For Blackwood and the 4 Reviews. 10,00
All communications should be addressed
(por't paid) to
* LEONARD SCOTT .&. CO Publishers,
79 Fultbn St ; New York.

,at Two Dollars per annum.-
IN November last, we commenced the publica-
tion of this family newspaper on a new andnovel
plan. No similar work, intended to contain the
PICK of the news, elegancies, opinions And litera-
lure of our time, to CULL fl'ron tihe wilderness of
tlie hour's ever flowering caprice, and to RESCUE
the good things else lost in the bewildti-ing float-
age of' novelties adrift, had been previously at-
tempted by others.
That we have labored successfully in our voca-
tion and produced a paper remarkable for its inte-
rest, value and popularity, and one adapted to
the wants of ALL CLASSES OF SOCIETY, we have
sufficient evid,.ce in our extensive and rapidly
increasing circulation, in the universal commen-
dation of the public press, and, above all, in the
flittering encouragement and cordial approbation
of our numerous LADY READERS, in every
section of the country.
The scope, desi-: and character of the HOuE
JOURNAL dil,.r irom those of any newspaper
herelofore established. T[he con!,eists are fitted
to engage [he attention of' the man ol business;
and be a source of elephant inistrution and enter-
!:timent to the dorneslic fireside and family cir-
cle, and it combines the -linkinig tnd novel attrac-
tions of the newspaper with the more abidiig in-
terests of tlhe higher cla:4s of periodicals. It is
printed in the folio form, on large andd superior
paper, on a new clear type, obtained expressly
for the purpose; and is, in iis whole arrangement
and details, a most favorable sperm imen ot the best
typographical skill of the country. In addition
to these, and as one of its most valuable peculiar-
ties, it is, in reference to the diversity of talent
employed upon it, the cheapest paper in the
United States.
.ds all the back numbers of the work are en-
tirely exhausted, we have this day Saturday,
the 21st of august, increased the edition of the
HOME JoURNAJL..fur the express accommodation
O 'NEW SUBSCRIBERS, and we therefore respect-
fully request that all who intend taking the
paper will commence their subscriptions with the
present number.
Terms-Two Dollars a year, or .three copies
for five dollars, invaribly in advance.
The HoME JOURAL is sent by mail to all
parts of the United States, tlhe British Provinces
and to Europe, done up in strong wrappers,
with the utmost punct~ility and despatch.
Subscriptions, orders, remillaces, and all com-.
mtnicatioens, must be addresod (;;ost paid) to the
Editors, GEO. P. M, ORRIS,
August 21, 1847. 107 Fulton-street.

Thilrd Year.'

School in the City of Apalachi-
HE undersigned takes this method of inform-
ing the subscribers, and the public generally,
that he will open a School on Mondav, the first
of Noesinber, for the in-truction of' children in
the rudiments of* an Eglhsh Education. If the
number of puils will require it, he will have
coMp>3tant male and female assistants.
For Readdihg, Writinmg, Arithmatic, Entisi-h
Grammar, and Geography, per quarter, of tc-ti
week ................................ 8 1I 00
Oct. 14, 1817. SAM'L .J. BRYAN.
Net aiad .Twinae M11oIaiufacturing
(Up Stairs,) BOSTON.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Patent
Twine Sla-d.d, Post OWfice Twines, Baleing and
Bu'dle 'Iwitos, MoCarty's Cotton Herring Twine,
Cotton Seine Twifi, FTained ;nd Untanned, Flax
Herring Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid Mack-
erel Lines; Herring, lPohaf.m Shad, Buass, and
1)ip Nets. Government Seines.e ith Pa,4s; Cod,
Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seines,
. .C. -
X B. -etls and Sein, es knit to ordrr qt short
notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agrnils,
October 14, 1S17. 39tf Apalachicola.


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'l,. *** ''- ,.*'*<:".

W H7REA'A, Than, the g'-od people of the State of Florida to
Ilie AniiI ',rt' Ail G,,,,d Ir the hedIilh, pros|perity
and o(] er b-ss.;,s which we, as a people, have
been peri'tlted to eejoy during the currPnt Yenr:
Therefore it is proclaihed that THURSDAY,
the 25th Novembf-r next, be set apart to be ob-
served throughout the State as a day of Thanks-
giving and Praise to Almiuhty God.
Given u der my hand and the great se;il
[SEAL.] of the State, at the Capitol, this 1.3th
October, 18-17.
October 16, 1.847. 40
Iouse and Lot for Svale.
.--r'-. THE und(lrigned is d.sironu tosoll hi-
','.i ;Iiuse and Lot in the City of Aoalacbis
.. 'I_ "- Ia. The House is built upon Lot N>o.
5. 1_. i; No. 1, according to the plan of said
city. W hitin tihe last two and a half yve,-ws t;e
nndersignd(I h;,ls p.i'l more Fif'tcen Hundred
Dol.ors lor said lot and imnprovements-526 ditl-
lars fI which were in I)ayment for the Lot. The
uridarsi,,:ned is willing to take the remarkable
Ilw price of E' Imt tnidrcd Dollars- Cash-
!or said Pit -anel irniro.wemknts. The undersigned
will ('onti.'wi tile ra-tice of his prolt''s ion in
lIhe City of Apalacaicola. For further [)<;rticu-
lars, apply to
Apalr-hicola, Oct. 28, 184?7. 41


Calhloun Circuit Court.
Israel Moses, ) Petition for Foreclosure of
vs. Mortgage on a Negro Male
Ebenezer Hoyt. Slave Daniel.
E BENEZER HOYT, William G. M. Davis,
and all person interested in the Equity ot
Redemption of a certain negro male slave Daniel,
mortgagedby Ebenezer Hoyt to Jolh W. Babcock
on Ihe 7th day ot Fewruary, t 1840, to secure io the
said Babcock, or his assigns, the principal sum
of $321 44, with interest from date at 8 per cent
per annum, will take notice that toe said mort-
gage has been assigned flor valuable consideralion
to plaittift-and the time limited for {he payment
of said sum of $321 44, and the interest thereon,
having expired, plaintiff has filed his petition for
foreclosure in the Circuit Court of Cal;ioi); coun-
ty, and will apply for foreclo3ure of Ihe sanme at
the December term of said Court next ensuing.
R. J. MOSES, Art'y for Pi',ff
September 23, 1847- 37-3m

Being the very best and cheapest newspaper, at
the lowest price, namely,
OJVE DDOLLAR A YEAR, payable in advance.
This pa'er ts i.sned every Saturday, at 116
Nassau street, n.w a handsom. she.A, with an ele-
ga'ntly et g0rw., i i![,., representing General Tay-
ior o., hiirt- >a t itl tie
It is a[so iilu'rat.od Ige rally witn naridsome
en ravings, representing the battle scenes of the
war, &c.
it advocates the claims and supports the nomi-
nation of
It goes for old Rough and Ready," party or
no iarty, as by far the very best man in the
Uniled States to be Presidont. '
Ii presents all the tctailk and incidents of the
war, as they are received in New York.
It is rmniig over wil h anecdotes, stories, ex-
citing adve'tiure4, &c. It alo (?eI[s all the news
of the week1 hliith foreign and domestic. IT IS
A GREA I' PAPER in rall respects,.both for city
and country subscribers.,
It is expwcled to have the large-st circulation of
any paper in the Union. Every mani friendly to
the election of G(.)er.d Tivl.,r will subscribe for
it. It will be sold by ttionsands all over the
country. Every w'.-tMn ,-r..r Who expect., to he
reappointed, will J.'t ,.ient and procure sub-
The fact is, ,, THE RoUGH AND READY will
he the recognized organ of the friends of General
Taylor, who are in favor of his baing nominated
Let every well-wisher of the country SEND
HIS DDLLAR worthwith to
WILK!N,3ON & Co., Publishers,
I i1 Nassau-street, New-York.
Price 3 cents, single: a lirge profit allowed to
agents, wht) buy in quantities..
For the purpose ol fdcilitating the formation
of Clubs in all parts of the United States, the
Rough and Ready will be furnished, in numbers
to o,ie address, post-paid and in advance, as fol-
low, -
Twvelve copies for one year, (84 cts. each) $10 00
Twenty-five ... .. (80 cts. each) 20 00
Fittty copies (70 cts. each) 35 00
O'ie hundred (f3 c-. each) 60 00
'SET E '1 U P."
Alith nrmaa u 13)w iimj Saloon.
T- El -4u)-'i,ioer D,-s le'.ve to aui:iounce lo his
friends tiad the public ge!oral llY, (h it he has
becomesole proprielorof the aboe eAstablishment,
and hopes by proper m'an]agemo!)t and sIrict at-
tention, to merit a continuance of' Ilie palronao'e
heretofore so liberdllv beslowed onji the House.
Alt persons indebled to the above establish-
ment, will confer a favor by ,iollling with the sub-
scriber. JOHN 1. JONES.
Apalachicola, April 9q, 18-17. 13-tf
:1 I ili )3St. Crotx Sugar;
1 20) do New Orl-ans Sugar, to arrive;
100 sacks Rio Coff,'e; 50 do Java;
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mfll'd do. Brown's and Labby's;
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brownSoap;
100 bihs Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
.o20)' lbs Le;)d ; 4 cas;ks Linseed Oil;
S2)00 keg-s WhiteLead, No. I,Extraand Pure. i
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 W.iter street.
Extract Sarsap-arllla.
BULL'S & SANDS', for sale by the. dozen or
single bottle, by
July 17 "J. C ALLEN.

To L.-et.

Apalaciiicola Exchasnge.
THE subscriber inibrms his friends
and the public in general, that he has be-
come the Proprietor of this above well
known house, and will be pleased to entertain
any of the travelling community that may favor
him with theii custom, and will also accommo-
date resident boarders. The bar will always be
supplied with genuine liquors of' the choicest
quality. JOHN PATR1DGE.
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1846.
Chattahoochee to Fort Gaines.
&ON and after the first day of
^JULY next, this Line will be
Srun regularly in TWO-HORSE
STAGES. The undersigned, having the con-
tract to carry the Mail on this rote, intend-; to
give every facility to Travellers who lay wish to
take this rotte. by Columbus, Ga., North.
Good Stagas, the b'e3f of tean's, amd obliging
drivers, will always be provided; and in a word,
every pains will be taken to give salisfaction, (es-
pecially during the season of high waler,) to
those who may choose this route North.
The Stage will leave Chaltahoochee every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 A. Al. ; arrive
at Fort Gaines next day, bv 12 M. Leave Fort
Gaines every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY,
at 1 P. M. ; arrive at Cqattahoochee next days,
by 8 P. M.
Persons travelling from Columbus, Ga., via
Fort Gaines, Blakely, Chatlahoochee, Quincy, to
Tallahassee, will find this the most expeditious
T. D. WILSON, Proprietor.
Qiincy, June 26, 1847. augl4.3f-lm

""- THE sncot,d hflor of stere No. 50,
' water street. Apply on the )riiisces..
.',JL 'E. McCULLY.
October 28, 1847

Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue ot an exeentio,: ir.nm Franklin Cir-
cuit Couil, in favor of T'homas E. Linden-
berger vs. R,,bert J. Floyd, I have levied on the
equity of redemption in the following property :
one Lot in Apalachicola, designated on the map
of said city as Lot 3, in Block 16, together with
the Houses and improvements th,,r'on. Also,
negro man Ben, and negro woman ChIney, and
I wi!l expose for public sal, the said equity of
redemption in said property, at (he Court HIuse
in s,iid city, on the fist Monda'y in December
next, between the usu:1 hours of sale.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff:
Oct. 2R. 1847. '11 By B. LuCAS, D. S.
FranlBiiai Circuit Court.
Thomas Orinan, l
William B. Finch.
fT being made to appear by affidavit, that the
defendant resides beyond the limits of. the
State of Florida, to wit, in the Slate of New
York: [t is ordered that service. of said bill be
perfected on said defendant, by publication of
Ihis order (or four months in some newspaper
prited in the City of Apalachicola, requ'rinl
hinm to appear and answer said bill, otherwise it
will be fakern pro conhesso.
At Chambers, Sent. 20, 18417.
A True Copy. Judge, &c.
W. VALLEAU, Clerk.
October 29, 1847. 41-4m

This popular Scientific and Mechanical Jour-
nal, (which has already attained the 1lirgest cir-
culation of any weekly paper of' the ktid in the
world,) wit1 commence its THIRD VOLUME
on Saturday, Sept. 25th,
Each number of The Scientific American con-
tains from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL ME-,
AMERICAN PATENTS, as issued from the
Patent Office each week ; notices of the progress
inventions; instructions 'in the various ARTS
and TRADE';, with ENGRAVINGS; curious
ments; the latest RAIL ROAD INTELLI-
published in a series, and ILLUSTRATED with
more than A H-UNDRED ENGRAVINGS, &c.
It is in faet a paper that MERITS the patro-
nage of all MECHANICS and MANUFAC-
TURERS throughout the UNITED STATES,
and should be in the hands of EVERY 'ONE
that feels an interest in the advancement of
Mechanical or Scientific improvements'in this
It is published in QUARTO FOR'M, conve-
niently adapted to BINDING, and furnished to
Country Subscribers at the LOW PRICE of
IN ADVANCE, and the remainder in Six
Months. Address,
MUNN & GO., Publishers,
128 Fulton-street, New-York.

Bay RsUm,
OF the finest qualty, just received, and for
sale bv [),-t 2', J. C. ALLEN.
Quininae, Sulphate and Mm riate,
E41glish CaloancI, &c.
JUST received and lfor sale by
Oct 28 J. C. ALLEN.
Swayne's Syrup of Wild Chierry,
US 1' received and for sale bv
O,'& 28 J. C. ALLEN.


F RESH Fall Crop, for sale
April 17
UININE, Camphor and
ceived afid for sale by
April 17

Painlts, Oils, Window Glass, &c.
JU- I' received per brig Gen. Witso:i, a very
extensive assortment of White Lead, Paris
Green, Virdigris, Varnishes of every description,
also a large lot of Paint Brushes, all sizes, fo' sale
by [OcI 21] J. C. ALLEN.
Gold Pens.
A FEW of W.iodward -% rather's superior
Gold Pens,just received and for sle bhv
October 21. J C ALLEN.
SRIDLTZ, YpEstt'and Soda Powders of the
best qu ility, for sale by
Jul% 1'7 J. C ALLEN.

P A'1' "S Cl'i,-i d K,-snce of Hoarhound
Candy, ji!- received and bors:ile by
June 2 H. F. ABRLL.
Bailey's Tonjic 1lixtvire.
H-I[S is a valhbible Compounld fl.:ud extract of
TiCinchona and Rubra, a vegetable ftebrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.

Piperine, !ust re-


T HE subscribers respectfullv inform their
friends, and'the public generally, that they
have opened the above establishment, and are
now ready to receive boarders, and hope through
proper attention to receive a share of patronage.
The Bar will be well furnished with choice
Wines, Liquors and Segars; and the Restaurant
will be well supplied with Game, Fish and Oys-
ter's, of'the best quialily in season
June 22; 1847.
N. B.-Gentlemen who wish tor refreshments
in their rooms can be accomodated at shorl
P .RSTN having business withthe undersign-
ed. will pl.-aQ call on Mr. WM. S. DAM-
EREL, as [ shall be absent for a short time to a
distant part of the state.

Peter's Vegetable Antibillious
A FRESH supply, just received and forsateby
April 17" H. F ABELL.

Bay Rum.
A FREqH s-I ).)ly of A French's superior
Bay Rum, just received and for sale by
June 12 H..F. ABELL.
Sars',tparilam Syrup.
rU3T received, and for sale by
, June 12 H. F. ABELL.
A 3TTMER.,, just received and for ,nl, by
Nov 21 J, C A!,LLE.

C OLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
April 10 H. F. ABELL.
Floriada Molasses.
N tierces and barrels, fur sate ov
Feb 20 24 Water street.

W uinjwG t lass.
A LARGE 113t, of assorted sizes, just received&'
and for sale by,
June 12' H. F. ABELL;.

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METS:structMap STRUCT1
PAGE1 Page
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METS:behavior VIEW1 STRUCTID Default View
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VIEW2 Alternate
Viewer zoomable JPEG2000s JP2_Viewer()
JPEGs JPEG_Viewer()
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INT1 Interface
UFDC UFDC_Interface_Loader