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:
March 9, 1848
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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).

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ADVERTISEDPUBLISHED [ 1J1tni1tt: !JirtttOtJ2.Unite.wooit&Caigh J. FLYNN -- -- - -
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EVERY THURSDAY EV ..-- .-. -- -- --- --- ---- n- -_- (Late T. CMRK.) were able, Miss Clark's clothes. At the I as the jet. but sparkling as the diamond.
first dawn of mooing they stepped out. and) Listen to the vows of fond aff ctioD. Here
J. L."r1"l'I.X. TAILORS We are asked, if we hoild: deem the following a hack being procured, she departed for let us rest," said) she drawing him tn a sofa.

CONTINUES: to on the worthy a Jace i in columns' Newcastle. i1isiillilmson: her all here with round
carry [ our to insert it. It is gave my arm thee will I
: pro-
'v. G. :X. DAVIS, Editot.Oflce '. JJALTZELL'S; BUILDING, CIIESTl\UT-ST. \\k business in Apalachicola, opposite the! production' (w<- are at'vised) of a youn, beautIful j the money she had 5, as at the lime >!I"> test my true atr ction."

Apalachicola, Fa. the City Hotel in Centre st. and talented; authored, entirely! unknown to left Col. Davis's she had; not a dollar. Leave me oh leave" rnurrnurfd Sam
Third :Story B-iltzelFs Building, corner of All Having superior workmen, he i is fame, but one of our readers. She shall be sratined. At Newcastle .
and Chestnut reets.: Od{ orders attendetl to with pirnetnaUtyndde9)atch. confident .-[X. Y. E\pre.5s. Miss Clark met her lover, 'ihink of my youth. my inexperience
that all
Commerce who him will!
a Jan. 20ITI. may patronize and they started for .
: Baltimore where oh, "
they spar \ spare palpitating heart.
find that When the still my ;
-- --- they h3called at the right shop. midnight rests earth and .
: ocean, were met Miss "
TItitS. N. Scott &: Brother, French Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather Ere yet the daybreak and the shadows flee. by Williamson who acted s.i Leave thee said Susan: pressing him
qiTM"RiPriox: !!.- Dollars per annum, Boots and Shoes made to order, of 1 the latest and hecalled: to earth by life's O.NE: deep emotion bridemaid, ; on the occasion of their, marriage.; closer to her ; ne, er, until the story of

if paul; in advance, or :&::thereafter.50 if paid within six DRY WHOLKSALE GOODS: : CLOTHING AND RETAIL, BOOTS DEALERS, ;SHOES IN mo t approved style. Also, Patent Leather Gaiter I come to thee. I Immediately after her marriage; MJss: Clark. restless: nights; (If unquiet days of aspira-
if paid
m1'1tb*. or :?l 0 J taken for a less term than: sixnth HATS, \c., Boots( and Shoes made in a superior! manner I. who in life had not a thought or feeling! whom we shall now call Mrs. Whitney, set ti -. fond emotions, and inlying; lots i is

No( subscription-inJ S2: wit:\! invariably! charged f rtint Cor. Water and Centre-streets, He will keep constantly on hand a large and se- Unshared by thee. mine idoland: my bride ; bout hunting up facts in relation t lo her laid belore Ihee. Know that for years I
,; : lecfed assortment of Ready :Made Hoots Shoes There in the dimness of thy chamber bi rth. Threats haH
NTo I'lti.IPr will be discontinued until Dec 23 kneeling, were used, and every obstacle ; nur"eJ for thee a secret pas ion. NeedI
all..rrt"driCSolre Ilmod. paid, unless at the option of the ,- _Apalachicola, Fa. and nro;-ans. All mending,&.,=.,done with neat- Am by thy side. made use! olin prevent her. Her first I tell how each manly bfauiy mnied me ;

rr"prietnr. A. Dodge, ness promptitude, and on terms that cannot Once more, a voice unto thine ear hath spoken, care was to find her mother, and) after a how I worshipped[ hike a sunflower in the
: l' -One s \ure,(twelve I lines fail to be recognised as in kaeping with the com Words 'Illchy widowed love should I
"XOVPRTISKM :SHIPPING:; & COMMISSION[ MERCHANT never hear long search, slIP was at last discovered! lurid !li'ht i of: thos-
While we
nri --1 will be ns"rtl: l at the rate of One Dol- petition ill trade and the closeness th thou wert listening, hadst thou not a tokea I tresses ; my
1M No. -10 Water Street That I was 1 believe in the Island of Jamaica. She almost 'Lord heartias in the meshes of
for the first! and Fifty Cents for every subsequent Apalachicola Dec. 9, 1S47. .17-(>m near II entrapped' '

lar insertion. )Dec ','3. Apalacliirnla. Fa. \Vas not the echo of my voice around thee, immediately recognized her daughter those} magnificent: ivhiskers! ; how I was: willing -

1 rote! who! aivertic hy the year a liberal \'V\I.---W. SDI-. -'-' --W1I1.-- --W.--CILEVEaSims ------ Underwood Caigli, When thou wert welcoming another's tone 'J I, and gave the marriage certificate oilier hus to yield up to the co7ernmrht: ol that

demount will bemiJe; but advertisements(i :: notltjcth' Ulli @lli CouldVt thou not feel the t-pirit-chain that bound band, Datiiel Clark from whom she had; 1 imperial: ;' thy manners; : so mode, so delicate
psrtiininz; to tlieir own business, as well Cliccvcr Z) To me alone'1! [thee I been separated some time before his death. :; enchanted for
me-joy to me- thy
in them will COMMNSION: \ I M ERe II ANT ?) RESPECTFULLY otfert heir services I : joy
a<. ill le. ::11 l aiferlisamcnts sent by Office No. 3G( V/ater street. J.4w-!? to the citizens of Apalachicola Can t thou forget nml! thou, whose young heart j Proceedings were immediately commenced, \ was my joy. My heart is thine-lake It-
bj charge 1 at the usual rate dec'23: : beating t i but for a short while with a smull!! take itbut first let snatch kisJ from
le'il; alvertisem-jals must be paid for --- ___ Apalachicola, Fla. and the county of Franklin Was but the softened echo of mine of [pn .spect :: me one
gAll generally, in the line of tehir pro Canst tholfllrg..t th,. p.irtmgand the own ml.c'tinrc :- success. Threats were rot only made lho} >e ruby lips."
i in: ad\'a1t"l 1l0bCl.t ;. Alien & Co.. "' \ fession. Having monthly communication \\ two have known ;, against herself and husband, but against The overwrought feeling of the delicate
(.'i\', n.,lhrsvill be chars;?.l for announcjTrrnlilit DEALERS:; IX HARDWARE: : AND SHIP ;
: : with the principal one who should advocate their cause. Jtwas youth wt-re too and he 'fainted fromexiess
t '; f'fir /1:111'1': CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL NAILS, I Jir the remembrance of that (blessed union
I : ::+. V'Il! jh-'Ttis--n ts :a diMancv! !: nuivt SPIKES AXI!D CASTINGS?, I Northern cities, they will be enabled Which linked our hearts in fnderness mid truth; with difficulty a lawyer could be procured of joy. Meanwhile the enamored

i II' ,-ra"Tii-l I ,vitli i tV ra-h I. or city reten'iicci And M'lnnfticlarcrs of Tin, Iron, and Cup- i to furnish their patrons at all The holy sympathy, the sweet communion, to plead her cause ; even the very maiden; ) hung (fondly over him. and-
: AND Ui.e.trly! youth judges j on the bench
.- <-i'" i .-s.rt'tn.Uujfins' Ware ; were the (feed counsel Slowly the eyes of Samuel Smith opened
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J Di-c'.M I Apalachicola: Fa. ril montMii., A/wwv/ijr a vine the t Fushiim- By that idolatry whirh lavished on thee and generally supposed to he ;Ized wildly around him--then meeting
: i ;Directoririirus : -.?. -- -- --- ------- --. able Style of JJre., which will mu be>> decidedadvantage Its treasures since the hour when iir.t we met, be under the ;influence of bribery. the ardent gaze of his Jovyer.' he blushed -
Cl.aili'S Uoir: ;; JiimMunn.( Eugene \V. a Which fixed in death its
Rogers. partinj look thee Finally her husband
: to a fashionable; community. C upon was thrown into prison deeply and! I behind! his kerchief faintly
Ciis.! in=t thou forget !
V Co. &toel' i\; Co., N. B. Gentlemlls' during the prevalence of the faltered "
crr :
'rtYt II. : & C Morning Gowns ami! F.\ fever, and i out- ask 1111 fa.
'OM.\IISSION: 1 I :\11 E: R C H A N T S No Ule '
fling 1I1 not thus! for though ,oiee aflmv.inK, sJH.}
!: :! : !i\ < ;. '.- MVAVH} C.1)Dl1:5IOX) : ( \Yaterstrcc-t Wrappers made to order; Cloaks of every my may was imprisoned witli him. -
Mi: :-HANTS; & : -> description made in the usual forms of the day ; never with a !small child at her breast. Whitney viiiTri, LHVI: ASH r1thlNDhhLP.:
T Mingle again its '
_*__" Apalachicola: : Fa. ; joyous tones with thine, *
Walking and My beat helvcc.-Un: the of
Riding Gaitors made in soon died not however
i.H 'A'aleitrciT, 1 a superiormanner Xo KAKim.Y H\M: the vievless bond ; without strong
1i."... :,) A'..i iJ. iLchiei.: F" : J.I.,; n\'J\: :'<)I'T.. 11. AusrixJ. ; Tunic Dresses and Boys' Clothes of I Which! holds thee mine may sever, suspicion of foul play.' She afterwards was the day which makes you both happy Le-

|;J.:-t. \..;r=,--i H -i l. ftt< ;i.>: -ll.- \V.: 1; .jr.i-. j I .Sloi'onsoii V Co. style.every description All garments made made in a at neat this and establishment fashionable. As Iholl wouldrtshun! the sad and hopeless} :: yearning, released and though a widow still prose }the ond measure\ I I'ra"-\vilh. unusual joy W
XO:ir't'. t9i(! Ac C'I j I CO :'oI\Il: :S.: ION MER CHANTS wan anted to fit The deep rrpf' ntance o'er broken \ow : cutt'lllter suit with determined resolution. Almighty can wish fur you nothing!
V .M I I Cleil AX T S, As: thou feel thy earthly So glaringly I the further. Now indeed you possess' all. To
C t i.) M :.11 I S; '1 I ) AND $C5- Shop! Second Story Baltzell's peace returning! was partiality of the judges: !
X.1 i U'dUT! s'reet, J I Buildings. Think on me now once increase; your happiness, heaven must render -
HJAT.IIS: : IX DUY: GOODS; ) &c., Entrance on Chestnut street. displayed, that the crowd in court r
0.... 1 2 AtltCl1.r.43Vll. For in this silent horn beside could it undying. Your happiness resides in
-- --- I Xo. 4j: \\rater :Street: October 11, 1517. 39OmC3 thee, prajeth hardly contain their indi nation.--
lie, who, though sleepingvould! not be forgot t Her life your own hearts, and so ran never cease
S.ttr ?ftart: :i ;:HUC.DII.I'X !::-. I __P. 2J: H 17. ___ __!Anal.u-liifoh..:... Fa.KAY. : A plate of Fall and Winter Fashions, just And that: deep love whIch conquered Death still, I 1 Her first was; two or three times .lttCmIited. But when you find nothing further to desire
I i F\\HDIXG!{ I rec Forsake acquaintance with Jen. mines; ftas
1 I .nl JSIr\II.A1I! me not [ ,
DANIKI.: J. PAY. sayeth: I when the of
M r: I IU': ii A x rs, ivcdSANS A. I when she was fired at, and part of her dress rapturous feeling possessing!
J. Day iV Co. SOUCI shot each other fills all your souls. let at least aside
:cJ. -,:j Ir.1"'et, HOTEL away. Gen. Gaines came and offered! I
: -
: -
nivll .\'...iI.! tci.tiLi! Fl l iCtJM CODIIIOIEHCILXT:3: ; --- her his protection, and she after glance be bestowed on Fripndship..For .-
Jiilliard U soon married

Xo.oj'uter: s-tn-i-t, Saloon, ,! ntrUanroun. .
-- --- et not that it for for
---- -
him. Her prays you you
Hartu I' 4i' 1Jlm Vc2 :AMliehicili| : ; \: AND: ---- --- opponents dared not use
AlTsSIOX MKKC 11 AXTS;; for Luiyps. : al..n.. .\!?.Pllt.. tor the It E S '1' From the ; the same means with a general in the U. S. weeps tears of joy, and' cannot bear to part
: I : J .-<- :".._ -'_ ." .. A U K A IV T [ Delaware Blue Hen's! Chicken.1 with the dream
... 111i'11".tIT.tll\'vO.: !I"- l'nle'llolI tl\"tlraIlC JIUS. as they had done pleasing assisting to make
hl- GKNKKAL army already with her first
( 0. an-J ih."Ilartord I I Infcuiince Co." I Hartford THE: public are informed :
,' : respectfully your days beautiful. Do net discharge it
..7"r? /' the a [private individual.!
si\ \frji.Ni'iici: I l : : COMPANY, Cin u.__ _._ ._ .i that the above establishment has been case of this extraordinary woman After from' such services they are its hnnr1M
Mrs. ( :going:; through
Jaines so
uft'f City fit'.n For, !f>. B5. Woo V Co., .entirely refitted, and is now open for theeception ( ) has for a long time past excited now learn tint: th.i .. -..;. L__ many.....-" "eoiueu courts: we III 3 .j.i -i.UUKJ u<; ,melt to it had you nothing -
of the ........
permanent and transient! Hoarders, interest of the people of'>"'< more in desire The
X J. :'il \\ *tertrcvt; C O M M hISIONNl I ;; I ) FJRW.HDIGIEnII.XT her favor. The value of the is any way
arid the subscribers' hope \\ty Mrict atten&n! to the try t we think It will not be uninteresting to property now !longms: which refuses
\ to from the
iAi.tciic.'l.i! Fa. ; : ( beloved
1 n -c 12 A near millions of part -
lustiness of their louse twenty dollars. Mrs
: tu be second to none in give our readers a slight sketch of her
-- No. I Jl J\V.itcr-r.-of( early that was once so dear to heart
Gaines i is our
U. T. VV'-niv E. 15. 1i.ror.ViOtl rendering t their guests ('oml p.cJ the
: "\PI1.'I"l: l'ola, Fa.A. will be about five feet has was inventor of urns. Tht'arc memorials
\ \ n'aUa.l.: '- supplied at times with e'fdtlicaev high, a sweet expressionof
; - -- ----- -- -------- Mira Clark
Mrs. Gaines who
now is well I
COM \l \1 IssIri: \* MI-JC: i: IANT.S N. :McK\v. X. C. ROIJHINS.: : CHAS. P ( tTT. the market aHim!:.;. Planters and Captains; of"ssels known 10 citizens countenance, rather: French cast.; She of eternal duration ; let one of them be

( i n.-c .\"'i 12 \\'">rtr; ...!.-Up ,.tlrs .\. N. ITTcKay & Co. \' will find this a very convenient house.: resided our havillg'in early life has! at the same time an indomitable reso to-day the symbol of your love and our
J IIi,1, 1I14. F.i. (; fcc. served l dl hours here was born in New Orleans, herlather union. This five thousand
-4'1 t.\I( :U1I( Oysters up: at : and l lution, as circumstance day, years ago-
.\ .," IVi-LtK, VVV .\. McKesziKT"; c o lJ"qoXrIItCIl.LXT: ( : : ; ill the best sMe.' The I'.ir will be well tock -d Daniel Clark\ (well I known in t the po- s.shout SliT every is charitable of! her r.r.J!life' has Zeus feasted the Immortals on Olympus.
No. i i'J' Wat L'l--!reel, with the choice Wines: Liquors and S"- ars. 'l.tical; and commercial: history of Louisiana; ,} I very w irin- On time !
gods tkimig; their
n'rhc.: :?J1'ienzi, ,!. I hearted!, and never forgets her old! friends :seats, there arose
,- P.-c I 1-1; Apalichicolj, Fa. Attached to the e.t.iblihinent is a Uilliaid Sa10011. h being; ;a partner: of Col. Davis of this coun a 1
contest for
C .
0 .I I'1 K-! : il \ -" 'I' I She, even now, remembers with : precedence among ibm three
-- -- spacious' and well lit I [Her father irr.ifltn.'e; ; ,
-- --- ; died and when
N.I. !1-2 U'.tiTatnvt, - -- [ up. ty. only a few 'J.Kl) ;htPrs of Juniter. Virtue claImed ,
.1. n. & :J. :??. HraH. Grateful.. 1 for< favors, t th- subscribers! the services of her early friend. (formerly ni .<.rf,-
< It. I, 1-17."It, FT. pat : hope! i old. she was adopted by Col. Davis .. .. ....... : before Love Love would
---'- -.-------- :FACTORS{:; a. COMMISSION! ; ( .MERCHANTS'; : tInt their! friends and the public: will continue to and brought up as his own child. A liss 1 Williamson, no'.v )hi-s. Chambrrs and ; not yield to Virtue -

S. A:: .,. !? c'iLfi. X II. i l-i slm-t, u.->taii them. I by the name of Italph destroyed her father'swill man assures-her when she comes into her: estate, ; and Frionship insisted or. preceding;
vr !1.1': !: <; \ T.r: .N ;J lU: rr.! = GROCll I D,"* ]J'! Ai LCMICOLFA JAMES GIBSON & CO. and sh- will remunerate her for her founer kind both. AH heaven was thrown into commo-

:/ I' .1'.1'i:. (! ir t:'''fl.ti:; ,' siIt to :t' ttit; Uj'f..l1lih-! -. -----........------ November 11, IS I 17. .J.' -tr.0. obtained possession of the whole ness. tion, and the contending goddesses presented -
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of the
if ------ immense property of her father, consisting themselves
i ni ul an 1shij* before Saturnius's throne -
Xo. l.> \V.iter .trceJ 3)l:3rcnoiI1u NOt1tCV. DEWDROP of nearly the whole of the new part MR. CiiA.NM.Mi's There j is but one nobility
: CHARAUK.\\ recognized ill
V .>' 1 1 .Vnh-'nWn, Ha.ll. of New Orleans that c give
L1 n ? (at time worth /lire mdllons I Olympus"
riddle and the
r'. \ .'! $ q."I"! ) (GREEN\ M. I V) -' Jlre of dollars and now worth much more.) answer at the same time ; f for the ,' and law son of Chronos ;
.t't'I I. l .. ; ,I'.f She lived Boston Transcripi has 'let the cat out of the 'Ibag' one only by which the gods give
v" i I'<':" vi." % vii Ui-rMi. :f'f AI'i\ !ifmind t at his residence, c"nuT ofCentre t I- U- I- I- kL j_ in entire i ignorace of her parentage I l altogether prematurely. sentence. She is the first who makrs the

i) :\\\r.i\ I i\ ) Li; ;";, vu. t; jtcix--= ::", PATXTS.Ai at j I Ili;!h streets, oppnitc the :\J.wl'ioll iiigi 2.9. for a long time. 'l'he first idea she had There is a word of plural nirbrr! happiest men." I ha7o; 1\'onn! LOVP fried

d: I.'" 'a. \ .; ". ,1(,<'., &" If,Il..... Nov,. of her parentage, was being taunted by a FOP tl) peactf and tranquil s-lmrber, out in triumph ; sister, Virtue.
Cor. evenmy
i- \ i :rll l iiifn -i of "':, tin-ry. -- r Commerce: and Centre-sts. girl at school with the fact 'that Col.) Davis Now, any word you choose to take;, can promise her favorite

II'. .1.t'i.."'lt: ai.t U'.il.-r irr. :1., Dr. .S. Iai>ons, rHE subscriber! respectlully announces to his was not her father. Afterwards, she discovered ; I Uy adibn3' & YOU i1url 1 make; t than and what no higher reward
me bli
-\ '-|Ilil \/.1! .:! _I::, ;. ;;. S U (J E 0 N L) E X '1' I S T and the Public, that he has opened it from some papers which she But it J'ou add an s to this, I Jupiter and; all "s I can impart lei
----- - the above house, and solicits: their Patronage.. S'trangr: i.< the metamorphosis; the divinities around him
:::::' Ij'\'ilis ..;;tl1t2 Apahchicola, Fa. There will alway, be found; it the bar found while looking for some documents Plural is plural word no more, teslif)'." "And how long do these raptures

1-t\I l I l'i '; AI 1 t: '{ ,'MlXT I :j- :\I- :y }I." totlsIlltc.J at tlia M.itision II(1U4C. selection of LijunrsVines and Si-gars and which she was to send to the Colonel at And s-vett what bitter was before. l last ?" interposed Virtue -- he

X i. > 5 \\f ttc-r sret! -Ui| .lair:, IJ,...- :>. i, 1 17 :>') :Mine I Host, with his assistant, will pay'strict at- I II.lrrislJurthe. at thai .rimr.]\ ;"'"a /tiUIiPrwiI.J # # *- # whom my impenetrable gravely ;
I} --- Ou///'Ur/ / To minds weighed down regis protects can
-I' 1 1-17. 1'"-. by
\! ('IIt. / many carl'.50 ,
nJ'. A.V.. Ciiapiiiau ention to those that do (Dew) Drop in. Sn ::>\ despise even the terrible
while Fates
---- lOll l there, on accouurL's' \rirainia'breakill peace nor rest can eVr be theirs ; lo which Ihe'nry

J. C. .\I.'at (:::;- Olici.'! over the t Drugstore of 15. hawley I ', FRANK H"r'.U"N. -.;'..r she became acquainted; wiil : I5ut if you wi-h t ./ them less, Immortals! themselves do homage. If
\\'! /1.! .. ,:V .'11'I ,'ntl'a'IOil Clie.-tnnt B. Hot Lunch'-' _ ; J 10. that one \V orJ jut add an-s. t thou
{ .t.ill I O-Ml-r' :n ( streef.) Residence at tie young named) \Vin. \Vhitm' .. --' 0,"" ,; 3" 'lose canst boast of the example of If gods .
D.f t r-. \i l ';.i I! -| ':... IMICTS ( >It.._: hon-c 1 htclv\ 'Apalacliicola Exchange. ) Kn O.n"r', their' 1II1'llt',
\ (occupied Dr. JJall/cii t I -nW. of.itmi. so, too, I
I,'/. \.... ..... ( Whitney, of New York. :Jjoori: ;aiit. i :.Er: ( AIES s puts all to tIiht. may ; the son'"of Satnrn himself
l.U.j.'c.: ;( : ;c. T ---- --- THE subscriber informs his friendsJfif ;
..11I 1 (;. 71. Davis, he has be- wards, he ,visited her in Philadelphia but ._ ------ i must become a mortal whenever he ceases to
.. and the public i in general A '1?.
.. .. ?. "I, COUNSELLOR: AT LAW the Colonel not of the match he '"n.rheSr.Loui, be virtuous. Friendship stood aloof
I'V .*' v"-i-sr\Ti''t' \.rl.... t.r vf.r'.i \>.c. \TTOUNEY AND corne the Proprietor of this above well approving' ; Tf'\'eil: .] and
i r.: i r:, >;: "1'! .V CO.I1'I'n''! -:r",'h-. LiilL-rs:! his services to the public' in either ol the known r houe, and will[ be pleased to entertain I was forbitlthe house. Colonel Davis soon Sam Smith sat"t L K A 1> Y >;JA R. :said nothing. And thou. my daughter."

I'' 4_. _. __ A >_i( f:li.Mil ), I FiS5. i-t. above capacities.: any of the travelling community that may favoriiim after moved to Delaware, a place near Wilmington day. in dishabille. Ills beari h. I I cried Jupiter, "not a word. What great

S. :i I lie will practice regularly' in Franklin, Cal- I with their custom, and will also accommodate and :Miss Clark not being allowed h his hair was uncombed, his boots wY.dlt's.I I things: are thy favorites promised ?" None

rvrn .\\.J ;c ) 4 l''i\viy"-N: ,AI KUCHA XT. iiuun :and Jack-onCircnit Courts-and will 1, upon resident boarders. The \\illalwa\sbe to see her lover, sin corresponded with iii ni. blacked, and he was leaning hack in a picf I r .r..all. these" the goddess answered ; and

\"i.J:!> Water 'I rpt-t t, a .sjicci; retainer, act Counsel, in any Court supplied with genuine liquors of the choicest To prevent detection, her letters were i turesque attitude, with his heels ;against i thc I \Vhile'Ut''I1 i)() one might see the tear

P"* "i .\ ,iiUiliir-il. !.'.I. of! the(! Mi'Lileor Western Circuit. He I will al..o, quality. JOHN PATUIDGE.Ajialachicola directed to :Miss :Mary Ann Williamson ti mantel-piece i smoking; a cigar. Sam thought; !ilo i alone, but they seekjne wlitu 'ii.. 3J-_i.

__ i :ar uc ( :t-t-S in the Court of Appeals at Tallaha Nov. M, 1M7.: $ .. (now the wife of Rev. Cory Chambers, of I himself that it was leap year, and! how \, De reconciled to each other," ihe father,

.. \\'.'.r"J.' Ac:..,...:.1. j):u;"., ..... v>., tic serious: of f which, lie will always be --- -Hotel-- -----' : -( c.NOTJGE.I -.-- this city,) daughter of our late Mayor and "lorions it would! be if the ladies: could only j of the cods now said :"your's is the fairest -
I { ) ...e:"' ::c; :; i r.M\ \niJC.iA.\T.' .., .. at unless accident. City striie
-iLMit prevented by
that Zeus has had to
No. U) p friends arid Postmaster, she carefully keeping the secret I be induced to pop the question in accordance yet compose ;
1 'Jj. I have tn inform my
\l- :5 ; Apalachicola, Septembers and delivering the letters with their ancient \'ilf'es.! As heat but none of you are worsted in it. My
( .:A_:IliI't: F.I. -- 1 of this !hoii.e, that I have leased I punctually lr ;: t i
Bn .\ .'\II\ E'.I.I '\--- --- '.vtt; :;;:;.\ '1.\ U'tl'JU ..\. (;. SATTORNEY S, it, and (that it will !hereafter be conducted by into the hands of Miss Clark, and sending; s watching the smoke which so gracefully I masculine daughterirtue' shall teach: I

n. CIiS'itllSSt4b & {;o., : AT LAW. WILLIAM HEMINGWAY, Esq.: who has for hers to Mr.JWhitney in return. :Miss Clark I curled his fancy ;glowed:; with the idea. How ; steadfastness; to her sister Love ; and Loveshall ,

f c i \ = i I'\ Miicii.v\"rs: : fjtj-: Ojfire, ..\'u. (,'{/pl. Simmon's Building, many years been connected with t the first class was by this lime fully acquainted with her delightful it would be to have the Ilear creaj j i make happy no favorite that has not

.1".1 flt.In". : 1'Ii CI it. of Centre &. Commerce streHs.nov.'i I Hotels at the North, ami recently from the American parentage and the immense estate of her tures fondling on him, and with tender j! been led to her by Virtue. But let Friend- t

| :U1I.: c c; > II:i:<, 1 ; ':{tfl.' ,'.;'i.II..: :<, U\.M'.VAII! ":, ; Ajialachicoh: Fla.- Hotel in New York. Bcleaving he will 1 father. At last, she received a letter from glances endeavoring to do the agreeable ship step between you both and l answer to I
---- j
TINVAIK: r. I 11'.-, suusIAT.; 1 .-., G. keep an ecellenthoti'e, and spare exertion or I me for the eternity of the union." 'Schiller's I
II. Owens she his
ri p.;X; CIJ;I:0.t ;ivi-uv; : rini! ( comfortable I :Mr.Vhitn'iy, urging'her; by all held As he meditated heart softened, and lie I
ClHN'DLlillVc.: I: ATTORXEY I AT LAW expense to make his guests: recommend true, and the love she bore him. to elope l began to feel a squeamish) womanly sensi- I i Correspondence icitft Kornr.HORRIBLK 1
the house to friends and the public.
I>c9 Cl>r. Water cud Chl'tl1\1ll't\ .. CI.VYTON15arbonr' County, Alabama. my THOMAS: BROWN. with !time The plan was laid and the time bility diffuse itself over his feelings, and -

J __ .>: '1),1 1 4clllcoll'jL I I -. April :29, IS 10. 2-tf Tallahassee, Nov. 1, 1817. 13-Grn. fixed. Mr. "Whitney was to be at Newcastle thought he would faint with propriety the I Dt\TH.-\\"c translate the

Edward .TIcCiiIly, p where she was to join him. None was i first time a young lady should squeeze his following:: from a French paper :

GROCER AND C'MMISSION' ( : let into the but lIi5sVilliamsou.. I'I'hlOd. bat l1'itti. of
: MlillCHAXT, DIt. L. FEUCIITWANC'EK'S" CITY HOTEL, secret I A consisting eight: persons

O\ovll'. Xo. r,(J Water street. Itat, ;Mouse &; Cockroach Poison. To prevent detection, Miss Clark called all Rap, rap, rap, sounded at the door.- were aecently arrested during the night, inn

Apalachicola 1 Fa. very efficacious remedy for .-xtertnIna- the dogs together about Col. Davis's place, Mercy" exclaimed he, if here isn't; Miss village near ,.en ice. As it was ioo late totransport

G;E Jas. F. rarrior: TillS# immediately, if a proper application be that evening )put them in one of the outbuildings (- Jones, and I all in dishabille, and looking them elsewhere they were put

EJt\L COMMISSION ItI-C.I-: 1\'lXG. FORWARDING fc made, of all 1 of the above named annoyances. His II ITALLA11ASS1E and locked them all up. At last like a fright-goodness gracious I must ; into i dungeon, and the chief of the band.

No. 50: Water MERCHANT street. Flea and Mosquito% Poison has attained a very extensive FLOIII DA. the night came, and a terrible one it was, go, right away, and fix myself up." I nototious (fun his cruelly and the number of

Nov i 11. Ajulachicola celebrity for its invariable destructive properties ; : too ; the wind howled the rain poured in As he left the room Miss Jones entered assassinations he had committed, was confined -
Clft.- P. to that order of insects. For sale by I N the management of this Hotel, the under- torrents, and the darkness was only now and I and with a composed air intimated that she | in an old tower which had been unin-

:M-CALLI.: GUTAVF. KOMAIN. August 11 J. C. ALLEN Druggist. signed will use his best exertions to please hi Is. then illuminated by fearful flashes of lightning. would wait. Miss Susan Jones was a firm i i i habited for some rime. Towards midnight.,
7ICalla & Koinaiu lIe asks the public l l for their patronage .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ocncst'c Flour, tioslieii Butter, guests. _WILLIAM_ HE. .;j.>imvj_. \!v./Yi. Undaunted by the raging elements. believer in woman's: rights, and now that the j the sentinel, who was near this tower l having -

No.9 Columbus Block. AND a superior article of CHEESE: ; for sale November 11,1817. 43-Cm.: Miss Clark stepped from her on season was propitious she determined to I i i heard at first oaths and afterwards

_!cov. 19_ Apalachicola I 1 Fla. E. McCULLY, --- -- the balcony, and by means of the pillar of take advantage thereof and do a little court- :groans reported this lo the local authority.

_S. _ o-Nov 11 -50; Water st. ATHENIIM the balcony or a rope, managed to reach the lug on her own hook. It was one of woI, importance was attached to it, and
DEALEll: W 1' ickcrsoti llOOTS Caps by the case low for cash by I ground in safety, and immediately ran as man's privileges, which had been usurped they waited till morning to confirm the circumstance -

iiAlft CWjTmxG, SHOES; IJATSand B. ELLISON & CO. Bowling; Saloon and llillliardRoom. L fast as she could Wilmington. It was a by the tyrant man, and she was determined I I ; but what was their astonishment
CAl's: : fcc.Dec. .
,010." 1 Columbus,Clock, Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st. fearful night for a girl so small, so young to assert her rights, in spite of the hollow | when, at break of day they repaired tor

01 Apalachicola. Fa. -- --- Trusses- TilE proprietor of the Athenaeum Bowling and delicate, lo venture abroad, alone and formalities of a false system of society. the tower they funnt the prisoner dead and

toolc & lIorlic : and double, for sale by has! used every endeavor to make unattended. On her way, if possible, the I Meanwhile with a palpitating heart, Sam all his limbs mangled. In order to discoverthe

O41SS1ON: rMERCHANTS SINGLE 17 J. C. ALLEN. the establishment an agreeable place of resort, rain became heavier, and the flashes of Smith vent through a series of personal cause of so terrible a death they deposited .

o. 13, st. Charles Street and is thankful that an ever discriminating; public lighcnin? more vivid. adornments., The last twist was given to in the same place" several pieces of
Drugs, illcdicsiics & Chemicals.AFRESH liberal t their appreciation ,
A'lIl.1w S New-rlean8 and prove by patronage will a.. At last she reached the residence of Mr. his collar, the last curl to his whiskers, ?nd, poisoned food. At the end of two days .
!; r supply of Dru s, Medicines of his desire to please. He always keep i *
-feb 8. OOItE. AMOS: HORN. now landing from bark Reform, choice assortment of Liquors, and efre-hing Williamson drenched with) rain, and the with white cambric in hand he descendedto ihirty-six serpents were found dead in th

and for sale by beverages, of a sort to tickle the palates of OldBacchus' lop of her band-box beat in by the violenceof the parlor. Miss Jones rushed to receive same place.

AUCTI0 D.. Danfprtl1, Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN most fastidious sons ; and Oysters, the storm. Miss \Villiamson was wailing him, and arasping his hand with fervor, ---- -.

__ .ANDCOMMISION MERCHANT, cool and delicious, fresh from their native banks.) alone in the passage to receive her ; the said : Dearest, how beautiful you look," JUST LIKI THUM.-The American Democrat -
GENERAL AGENT, Hardware. For a pleasant commingling of exercise and low knock at the door was given, the key accompanying her words with a glance of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, that
EUFAULA ALA. CHAINS, Spades, Locks! assorted, amusement-utile cum dulce-there i is nothing and l Miss says
c t.: Cotlon TRACE softly turned the door opened, undisguised admiration. petitions signed by more than six thou-
bought Cart Boxes Drawing Knives and witha
B. Refers on Irons, &c. &c. for sale low ,by within the of circle of gymnastics but those to compare less Chrk, pulling off her little kid slippers Spare the blushes of a modest) ; young; sand ladies. hive been presented to the Legislature -
J JT-- HOLD tw, Nov 11 E. McCULLY.; Water st.BagginG' active Rime amusements, can; always take preferring a hand. which were wet through softly ascendedthe man," said Sun; applying his cambric to of this State praying for the abolition -

?; D UNL1'' } New Orleans. and Rope, Come one-come all." stairs, so as not to alarm the rest of the his face to hide( his confusion. of the death penally. The dear crea-

J.'Lttlsr.v S. H' fLu: &. McKENZIE, t sale by E. McCULLY, JOHN B. JONES. family. The ladies employed themselves Nay, my love why so coy ?" said Su- luresthe! only hanging in the world oughtto

V1'CIU\'ION.: 5 Apalachicola FOR 11 50; Water st. Apalachicola, Dec. 30, IS 17. :30-tf until morning, in drying, as well as they san ; turn not away those lovely t'yesdalli. br about heir,necks /"





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[From the A1t-1L4-KA1)EI.riiilddolj) :svturday:) I'ost.] PETER;: THE GREAT.: -The following anecdote 'TEX.\s.-The Camanches: cam to be the PIEKCJAL( ; ; Ain'BRTISBB\ \' Till.: TJ E.\T\ Mr Walker' proposals for a |loan ,,77*
the 'lme abstract of the millions
is related (10 show that Emperor, provisions for reIssuable

Our readers! doubtless! noticed in our Foreign j i Pelcr the Great, was not so savage; as some t treaty, given by Washington corpondent l pet the rnoneyeasily Treasury and on good note lewil
News of
some weeks\ (back: that this ,
gallant chieftain had been forced to succumb h la'c represented him to be :Pcler had a l of (he New York Herald, is From the savannah Republican. tern

at length; to he superior power of his civilized I violent passion for an officer's daughter na- ( : I erally supposed to be correct. Our ad- TIE SOUTI-WESTERN AND

t). enemies. lIe did so under pledge' of, mel) Muncc or Moens, and used more assi- .I : from Washington leave no doubt on Private RAILROAD. PEXS'COf.
nol being held,] as a captive by France but : here from
j duous means (10 gain her than monarchs arc minds that the treaty will be ratified by in 'ton. leaves but little \
of doubt r'slu
) being allowed to retire to Fgypt or some: I that Mr
.." other :Mohammedan, ('oulllr"( generally forced to : at last; she yielded and ( : : '] Senate, with the exception, perhaps, of I bil.l which is now before Congress, grao.hI '

But 1 what! (hI Chiijtian kings care (for I become his public mistress and he loved ; t : clause relating to grants of land in. I tr. Florida and Alabama Rail-RoadC| .'lar

made harbaiians; and ] ) ; xas ; and as this is snppo ed to have I t panics alternate sections of land
promises to ; unbelievers lier (for many years with a love rarely found. : alonz'
) n inserted at the instance of route of ..heir
The French (;Jovernment certain I I proposed Rai.Roaj8| e
il Mated
i ,
i he castle he had I ,
fatal went (
Oe 10 sec a
day culators for the | come a law. &
j have deliberau-ly resolved! ;to disregard (he I ; t : : proleclion of their own h i, understood we -il. e.
terms under which their unhappy captive i Ilmil in the sea, attended by his Oh nand m ( i I there is not much probability: i that : i hal the junction of the SonihWrsirVn"the

,,1, surrendered, and (to confine him for the rest i foieign l minislers.t their return, the Polish ma ] it I be I insisted on by t the Mexican; n author- : Roads leading to Pen :Hola. i J't ?"*

of his life in France. minister, by some accident, fell overIhe t s :Charleston Mercury. I or in the neighborhood of Fort Game,. a
have already! given (he main fcaI ., will be rlemht'red that It
And (his is I the same France which ( I you originally the
on and drowned notwithstanding !
drawbridge was I of t the I Ireal I ler of the than.
l account of 1i ilaiti's treatment of her great i ichicflaiu. } ; ( : now proceed to give PeI ;cola Company
all endeavors to save him. The a synopsis ofil. article byarlicle.: Ihem lo go 10 Montgomery compl
calls 1 England Perfidious Albion t ( I hut
ordered all I the in his I enors Cuevas, Conto. and! Aristan so amended as to allow
:But no, it is not the Fiench people who Kmpcror papers pockets t I I are them to strike f

'have; done this t tiling: ; but t the French ( o- to be taken out and sealed up before thc : ( ; ( ioitited commissioners on the part; of the: I'point on the Chalahoochel J liver.: T at,

,'ernmeut-the king of i the I I : i government, to adjust with the people of Fuf1Ia, too. have
moneychangers -
cOIn On searching his pockets, a pie i obtained
ioncr of
,"-who has thus violated the ) I I ; ( United States; 3Ir. mav, under certain( i
plighted ( which the (look I cies, induce Cfnrin
Ilrc dropped Emperor up a lasting Irealy of peace. (be of
word of his general.Ami .-:. ; ] the ClaUahof
and his when he found) I it second provides for the dice! at I lh..t I .
not only has he thus biokru faith judge j surpiisc was : present L point. Tlis| : rule| | will.
with the captive Knur: but h., : j i I! e pot t rit of his lady. In a sudden gust t : ) of hostilities between the forces lat r of abs0ute I | and prime necesil ag i
lit'o two therefore, ,
all the
naliol takt
him to personal; indignities to j I I l passion he tore open some of (he ( ; L ; third leans travel Mobile and Xe" :
\01that! ; he may be alloircd to remain in palS. l I I t defines the future bounda as wel as t the r al 0
I[, and i found several letters t from her between the two The 31;tit. There \
1 lepublics. line i is (thus be
: France in {
tmlcr lo cloak his pcijciy. One I I ( wil insured to .r'
: dec-rased in (hctcndcrcst style. He left (lie : i ( ,. cOlmence in the Gulf of Mexico, three handsome cuppor from sources a
account says : I, t I extern
rt. I' AIJII.c! -I\Iter. after being; confined for I company that instant l, calc alone to the: t i : 1 from land ; to run up t the middle( of Georgia atm independent of the local I Io
I Rio 1 Grande( its and (rade. We Irat(
i lo
the ,
several days\; I in the I LiK-uetto I : at! Toulon i ; ; of informant, and ordered her: ; (\ t t will E that; nder
t., has been !. apaiuncut my : [ ru boundary of New Mexico ; thence I presem aspect of this. nnestion 'ue
tiansierrt-d : I the
I in wrrtched :
.1 al I l (
prison t to send f foi, I the Ill: (hither ; when she entered ; ii until it intersects I the fit.sf branch of l I ville and Colnmbus lait-RoaJ farnlJ
Foil Lamalgui I *, whir-he i i i-:: tirated wiihljrcat I t : hit5 but
tl ligor. i in t-ons-quciu't j ; ol his refusal lo |I t he locked the door on (he I three, and I l : : ) I : l i I t (iib ; thence down t ihe middle of I that t ender prospect i iu the way of business: i.necellly .

.. wrilc a 1 letttr( lo the King thanking: his i' asked her how she came; to write I lo such a t ; :: ; : : of the livcrto the Colorado ; thence in Congress lhe Naval C.mmjt.

Majesty t fur I ih hospitable:' reception he had I pcr 'II i ) t : ': ( % I the division bet\cr'n Upper and I tee |h K icportt-d. ,in f.1Vour of ,ihi,. bilL,

i..; received (in the I Laxireito! I ) renuiincing:: ::: I ihe j She!Ol. denied she had) he (hen produced I ;;; ; 1 : I t ; I ) : California lo the Pacific, which i it I 3I. King:: gave ,he following; explanation' ', an4 by
I I ; I it
one league South of Jtd
San IH'f'f lo that
convention) with 1 (:eui. I Lamoiicicie and I the : :: Diego. I ( Committee .
: 'he and Ictleis and when he told I : next article Sl?alt l of ,he Commitiee
t u
yuaranlies; to cili/.ens
: of I on Public
JJukt; d'Aumale! c\pieN .iu;: his :iu.lent: j licllrC : (I Lanuf, .
.. !
, sire I to live and die! i m France and. : te-I' her l If llo; alh. she burst into tears, while L I i ) h : x leo, now residing; in territory ceded to: I Mr. King said this i motion of the *.'

"'i all I, begging::: the I p'rmi< i.Hi of the I King' tobe p h he ii'proached her with ingratitude in such I I ( : ) ( United Slates a t the riIJi and immu- I man from, \ ermont imposed upon him ten the: "'

;allowed vi.-it Palis.. I ; I3\ IIl'dt'r: I that he: a storm of passion (hat Ill author l expected I : z I ( : I t ;. of citizens: ol the latter; (coumry) pro- I necessity' of saying few words in eXptan .:
I may; make, : his submission lo his Majesty in I ) : t r t they tike: i ihe oath of allegiance ; or lion i of the provisions of this bill. :f .
t in see her muri'eied sudden healso : :I rln'col
: time
on a
person? ; ) I case ( \desire lo continue citizens !'f I wa: I!IP great naval station' in the. Gulf '

Aid's, fur the! gaiLint Abd! el-kader! his I moiled 10 I tears, and said he forgave her : ; I: :; :I t there is guarantied: ( to IhPt lit" I th, protection, and refining of the lor 1

onemies have; cunqueird and he i is a captive: I! since! he so severely fell how impossible itwas I t h I : : ; I; i I I : to leave I the i territory. and to i!,>pf C ; 11:Lllir'c, Su.nes. Hepfrs of nary o

in a .trangi; ; land-all i is !/I..t. save !tonnr. : to conquer inclination, .for" he added II I, I ; t t I property)t lo I the be:t :advantage: f. I 1 made! to ,h. Government from year ,to;

r. Alas, for the cili/I'fI Kiig:: !" lIe i.i ; I tdUIII' have returned ( t I !'he next art Ic of importance proid-s iI. !i-:l howftlh,1, : lb.! ''a\s; iI t tIle| Vicinity, Oi'bl Year.,
notwithstanding) : '
,. pliant he i is; full of I iiiln's, he i is on the you my) ; t I grants of land( in t Ill territory -f 'ed.: irnpoiiani station:; were so exceeding l

\", throne of J his i native country-all I i is gah.ed.; : t fondness: with (falsehood( : 1 find I cannot hateyo'i : I I by Mexico! prior Jo the treaty'shall h be i ns to he uniuhalliled: and IItslilllle "f bra, ,

sarc /iCJuur. though I do myself! for the meanness : T I t 1 by the United! St-.t:; ':. I (P Iam- tlirut.eji| ,hem. In ro.l

,i. I next: :,rid provides( ih u r Carhlil'! ; this, a nuca: | depot! conserlJtoceof i'
, of :'' I am guilty of; but it would be despicable ;- I :; III so | _
Tin: At)x .\NT.t 1.'i or A KKMHMLS: : lirit II' in t ihe ceded! territory: are I.) b e !poruncP (? the (;'overnmenf. In. '
K\i'jssio\-:: ) --'t lively 1 r(.tlln'sJ1onde: t of the:: I 7 in me to continue I: to live with you ; ; :: b I ; in the exercise of their religion. i ul ihHorHflcations 1 ill, iu iminediare ogher, -jh,

. New: Yoik: : )llfwr./J"ol'JwlI" t t,1 \.rite fri-tri thcrt'foie begone while! I can keep .' )passion ; I i ., next article: provides t that t gnir.t.s; of t w pre tiahe! at a In t 1- '10 tul 1- iuln' t'' coif bao, ,.
]Home: gives I mia! li.1owlUg! sketch of a \ithiulhc( bounds of humanil: ( Voishall : : ) ; ; i in Texas; ;, luln ,)Mexico prior fl ff an enterprising)enemy. A bill Ihe provn,

acter he met t theic ) i year 1S3G I : shall 1"Uano lo ,
: !
( by
Char-I : IH \'('I,11, but I will. never ) ( ;t t t rcpcCct remedy so great: an evil by the '
srI ,
Kvcry AinericMii 1( ; artist I that (:omr>s you ): ; I States. construction of t i good :,
He military
sends home' !: a dt.y.i! or tun uf p.irlrahs' ol i i lore I kept his word, and soon ;after : : iipxt article provides .that t this (Gov- I bill( cI ;tzth- conr.ecicd with.I f I ili wan .

the !bezzars: in the
the Virgin .Mary.i 1: .\ !Murdy old fdowllO'! I' :at a 1 distance and was always kind (10 them I : :; t ':(for I!liP It-fence of the borders! from IIPPII referred: to the Committee, on N;

blacks my !boot*, tells!! me that; he Ins I been in point of foitune. Thenceforward: his attachmetu I- : t I ( ; I f la! i in-u:rsots.: : Affairs. The fonnnittee in its report nl h..

painted twenty'rii'ht: I times I in I the ('!liaract 'i j lo the confined ; : ( ; I I I consideration of this Ces..iol of terri- :i iHu at large all the leasons: vvbyjnrisdiction',
: sex was
of St. Paul t ihiitecn limes I I as Joseph)! nine ] fail solely? ; ) on the part of : i exico. the !merrnl: of t the subject pertained to ibem.

\..'\- times :.s .St.I Pl'Il'r-lle cannot leim-mber': I', to Catheiine whose good conduct and affection : ( : ( f (III United States: birds itself! to pay i in favour: of the measure itself.. I as the well a

'how many t limes as i the .. llotnnn Father,11 and ui.remitted: .attention, fully cut 1- : i < : i xjc fifteen millions of dollars.! ; In this from \' bur suffer earlcman -
rnOf1Olld that
and as I he' *. Head 1 1 ol an Old Man'1! at least tIed her to his undivided love, confidence t ; i t I ( ) are to be included the tbire millions uf! I report; to be printed, he would be at once! .
thousand( times. One would (I .I :,r. already I ; l Congress I h ,
think tit AU
'! :it 1 1 I y the
1 ulsafi..t.11 members
I and Letters alJrprhlft would
from .., _. | esteem.- from a lady who m<- i be
tuest-.i..v. .
assuming: .l..... I. J i (he fI! : and{ .
I fine .f.." ;.. ,..__:__ : : : I IIlarlc |fl'U r.ow ? ample lime lo reflect on ibrcase
would(! have attained in uncommon sanctity, J .JTr _ _ _ ; ; [ : t t J ( in I the order of :f .. This sum u ""fur. they were called ,
i : to act
but he is, i in I ruth, t the gn-ati-st rogue I Tin i: MuiiitKnr.ii: : 011 1 EL.I: JF.UTIT.A : .-- ; m : i be paid irnmedialf.IJ. : on the r.iti.c..iion:: : it.i Meanwhile: be earnestly hoped the upon I
have seen in Italy. ** coiie.spondcnt) of the New Yoik ; I h i lie In'atb\the, Mexican' f1IHmcnr. ference of (lie hil would: not be considered re I

The rascal; prides hinisrlf good; deal 1 Tribnnl, ; I I I ; : ; JIC remaining: : I twelve millions; ;an to be Let the printed] and then

on being: sent M> often I to America: and] the in Pcnsacola, Flolil. writes as follows : t : : : : t ;, riiher; by iv.ra11"nS.i ; or (by the j i..ue. 1 louse jud report; e whether there could be let the ,

other day he told me that he believed ther- I liichard: I*. Ilobinson: of Ellen .ewel ; :i ( I : J : u (per cent. Mouk( .icdeernuble by the necessity of:sending the bill lo the Committee an!.

, was not a gentleman's parlor m my country I, memory-evciy one must remember him- : i : ( ., St.ites. ft on Public Lands. Mr. K. said; ) he

IL. in which he or one of hU family was: not 1 am convinced in my 0\1 mind has chosen 12,000.'I! ; : P\"r:11 aiticles ; re I!<' to lie t ev.PCti- tertained: the greatest possible et

hung up :in a gilt frame., He I I said I to meyesteiday a last 1 ii-sting: place here in county y, I : ,: ; i ; t detailsI; both of t these\'ot.t modes of pa v- t that committee, as well as for the respect huh character for

tity son anil daughter have j j-jst: West Florida. A young nrin bearing his i I | : ( f l : : Th adoption ofithrr i is to be op- and judgment:( and liberality of his -

I been sent to America: a:!ain.: "one a.< a IVa- !' name died t there not long; si nce. 1 Jo kept I ) 1 !; :; h t with I this iovernrnent. I friend! from Vermont, :'i J r. CulLimrr.; and he .f

"" I sant; Uoy uf( the Camp-a lIa. and i the/ oilnras 1 I a small (:Iru2' store, and w.s very rrchise in I } nest itupot taut iiiticl* 1.il1 the io-: was verv sure that; couM be 1

'cl Kotnan, : lady.' Having detected, him his habits !studiously avoiding all mention( I j ) I ; I riniui: of I the United States to ;)assume ;dl!! ated bnn desire (o make an acts-.the '

that week in an attempt to serrete one of II .if his home 0 friends. After his trc'aie.'Iis j! 1 I ; I l ; 1 '. of American c'urjern against ihrI Committee, on Naval Affairs.: ..lad00 The gentleman

my pocket handkerchiefs: i to j-ho.v his contrition little stock of medicines! was dividedamong j t : i I I f'rnmenr of If'xicnbuth those ;already was actuated. he felt .
onu -
, I he said ho and) his daughter! : (who is 1 ; i : the county people, as I tlieie! was no !1 I : ; : \ : amounting to u two millions and: ha, regard 'lo propriety very the risht order

, quite as I ; ;great a 1 thief as her (;"IICI0'11,1) claimant fur them. I am satisfied; : from' i I t I t ",- iimlrrided. auto u utirlg t lo about three of proceeding. The mil had beD submitted

,i' sit to one of my alt it countrymen for a I sOle Idlershich were left (hit: poor J Jtobinson : : ,: i t : ( | I of dollars.I I ( I to the Naval maier'otnLniI tee from ,

holy family, if 1 Iuuld promise not to I expose had c) to I from I the: : : ( I G
I II nought escape' i lelentless ; I! unimportant articles then flow.f want of confidence, i in the Land
II I I him." I : : persecutions: of an uncharitable! and ] : ; ( j f the modiof executing: this portion of bul simply because its natuie Cummine i
I unforaiving world, and I that buried here j I : : I i h ; : t rer.dpretl.
i, ; in ;: In'ar..nch. as the appointment I)I'a that it should be placed; in care. '
the most humble! obscurity! he was strivinto -.' !i ; ; : : : i t:I !j i tulissiuner to decide chims must i
: fo another
I A C.\ CONCESSION: upon lie ; go cornn'illee and ii-
Ii i The tl d () live down I the bitter past, by an even and;I i : ; : ; ; !, I for a report from them it would .
following *giadmg ('llfcsitl we 1 fun ; probati-:
) life. The : I i: I f i: I of
in a letter Xew Mexiro exemplary countiy people speak: : ; I I treaty commerce of 1631. bewept: be /lost for this :
: 4 ,'' calt11lhI11111)1)in the ) I I kindly o1 f" his vii t UCS, and! warmly! "-lierish !I i: t ; two roiMihlics. i is to be rc\'in'r! for ei: ht essiln.. _ _
published t
Nev.burypoii Ii ( : '
The writer is OUR Hf :hat ; lefal.J, his memory.. There is a barepossi'iilry, ofmy i : : : .. I and afterwards: to be renewed .it I the THE COCKP.OU-H NUISANCE.-Thisbem: :
: I
IUII'rOI. being mistaken;: but I the !iuui tilt tulf' seeiirtoo : ] i I j t of !both governments. I the cockroach season the of I
traders who follow our army uith the fmtrivile ;- pest kilcm.'
'-1L intention of iniiiUleiing 1 lo the wants ol f, sinking, both in I the name ;and'anln.. : ; : i ( : .' t rout i" ;a nc (o /leave: .Mexico in t three when it makes nocturnal excursion*, I : : .
incidents, connected(: wil I the mi>loitunes Ih ; ; J t I,I Its after the ralific i'ufl of t the following recipe t farih the
'I i by may
the soldiery : ; \ I ,i : treaty \ t'.1 grarei : i
I "* Our stock was not intended for the. I Robinson: which arc lo rather miardedly I : : ; t government unless the sickly season nrknowfednents!! ( ot (hose of our reader' ,!"
: in the letters, but will "I.:"' 1 1 I ; uhl! come on before I their embarcation;: who :sutler from the presence ol& this' loa. ., ,
llexic'l maikft, but for I tin: t rou ps. nn familiar. he in-ect-
iWe > : : cfleeted ; 'm which case (thchan'tn some
of a huh of very thins. luclranl I .t.
, chilhreHJymalp how often ij Take i
do not Ifhw ,; win/JuppYics-'on : iI''f loaf; of wheat breaiistnler -
] clothing, ,-ries anucaftfg /, .
, gro': all liquor| Util. .1-. the ttier-u' : .
the .
has been killed off J cdJVair( ; of f.lohin"ol .Mexican ? ce it to cruet
( a
I such ;15Ja.'d/ /il. MV'//A/V//; dr. Thesi;( ; ) 11 i i o\'rlenl co'ifrse-nner paring off h. \

last articles SOIII.! ;rsli to you, I :IPI".SI'hUI I heir correspondents, but -..'lcl looks as it t i : : ; I i: : : not lo be which! arrive in the lu'an lime ma pint- of f boiling Water, put iwTI! ,) ,teof

when consider tllalhil.f ,.,hid 11 ,1 I i ; : subject to duty. full of cayenne :'
\ you Y. )' il) : pepper one of
in St. Louis probability custom houses are to be restored I orns.eed, half pul\en
costs 'lillI'el cents ;per gallon it : to a : of ,
I I t JI-AKCDOTJ: :.-The I Washington, Mexican and draclm salrllrl. i':'
wine ,
is worth here AJX tlrjlidrsfnr the : I I correspondent ; ( :: OVCrlel means are to quaniiiy of .
ale qua.ii aDd
thy, you perceive. the templatiau.lage: I that: of t t the ( I Evening: Newsiclates : ( ( ; I ( ; adopted for .settling I t IIi accounts. glass; f full of extract of hops.; Now ,hrow a **

. the article Ii'en' ,r..I..m its use, 'because; the fo1owin anecdote of Mr. JXivis, t i | I treaty is to be ratified by the Pre .i- your crumb of bread digest::: for sx, hor,
-- leftraIJix one gailon: of( water will I I the newly appointed Commissioner lo China I ( () I t Senate of the United States and: in a moderate Ielt ; strain' ,,hrough a doft -

everyone ofwhisey| I ,think ; : I I I within four months of its ratifi. urn to the | thlirly| .
Hal drops of the| I
li'Jlr | '
) Dr. Davis :
the IDClur. "
Commissioner !
I doing much, irry}' much, ) to China of let it '
jjrevcnt- I .
<. ( stand till da I
) I next '
will leaie u I fl future ant ,
I the ha 1 rlfects fil t the Celestial J : war that:
ing i indulging too strongly t Empire as soon ,i ( I : t ) may break out be- it alJlliet'p it in
I I a &m
in the I as I the is ; i : Mexico and the I pantry. .
Plymouth (
ready: to United dozen
crilc. among I the people. I h0je (convey him. i! ( States i is to lumps of sugar, '
saturated with
to l be able to do more;good in this t way, as I He I :'asked by a friend, yesterday, whether :; ) : ) : I ( t conducted on Christian( principles; and mixtiire.. ant! strewed Aoui the k.tche. rI: ,

we go (further S41111. by adding more water, he had yet procured a tail, or a queue: I I : : to (he usages of civilized nat ii I ii... will remove pest in a few

and charging tl11lars per gallon! to wear in that; far distant country. Such I (; / J boundary specified is to be defied( tl.1J.THE
: -
I things aie fashionable i there, ;and are i ( down in Disternel's map of Mexico -
nec'.ed in ; j New TREE: .-This eXlraorJiDa
J" TIIK MKXIC\X some manner with i t the at York in 1847.
" : C..I.L.Thc American I "No he religion. : I timber grows to a size that vCould anon
newspapers 1"111IH, :.1 i i II Mexico I L lot pI. quickly replied, .lit d / -- -- incredible. I is perhaps only man.. ...I.,

t tI A str
I lately the t srcne of bloody conflict'and I only member of Congresswho UVsiiiNuTON. FKB. 27. some of .the districts of Africa it i fon*
I wears a is of ; i : here is doubtas is
II' deadly strife. queue, all rather singular I no t t the .Union", Mates growing 120() .
; : ; m ( and 150 in height before*:
; < arance. He I I democrat, i ( at (
app IS a ; but a Ihp moment when Mr. '
Slop. of rvery 1 kind have: been opened.]I vearago Adams was first branch aonpnre,1._ ... ... k..
he .
, expressed himself in (favor(; of ''il1I' ) with palsy, he risin.._. nu'
) : res established), -ra"f S. 'bill!.irds, concerts I ing the Administration (IW- ; t ; I I / fixed the was ..*, u-iii.*.fll* i-1113 vant .look refuse once from a storm intl
; into' the on
anil canal to to .
.Slcalcr the hollow
of present of
amuseiiu-nts '
all kinds an old Jarra
i.i .. ; are ie.Mi- wash us I I tree, which noton
away papers,
I.,, aiienueu, ami corrplions. i give a resume of shelrered
1 UJ tliingt go on as quietly ( I u I ( articles books themselves, but their horses. .
" I ,
as if the city were Mill$ in i ihc hands of ) 1: manuscripts: medals, the interior
its ; measured diainete
; To in
j wJIn: : :: H.\tJ BU'TIn.-The! : ,: &c., which Mr. Vattemere actually
original inhabitantMrs.. Shepherd issues has times of he hoi*
; Echo Mode( _" : I hither length ( largest
her card, in which she has the evan says Al agriculturist ; j as presents to the U. S. Go an animjl 1 sixteen 'hands
honor tu I I ist i in I lie neighborhood of Jinissels, I Del- : ] (, from public high and very la
inform the gentlemen of ihc American I : t I institutions and the backed. The
same parties found
army gi ; succeeded in t a
ill having the France.
that her lifnifit lakes place: at the JV
, tional-the 'old Kentucky ret,!' ! by beating or mixing in fresh water with, it appears, ihe Vattemere D
a't flyer:
epicures corner of ] : [1 papers. ) running between
j S.1 Franrfcco choloride of lime, he I high and precip
jI was encouraged by superb) collection is
jI street-C. S. IJetts now open for ou > banks, thus
jI I respectfully informs, I this happy: result (10 continue his experiments I- t ( here. forming : natural brJr.
the citizens of Mexico' I al (Inj along which
that he
I ; will take by hem on butler ( I I a bullock cart might ble: pa
trying so rancid room, the Hall
their City
likenesses at 1 the of theVhile I in New sed.
!L; Flag adding that: satisfaction si:1; as to be past use; and he has restored (lu butler I ( I I I: last autumn, to thousands of admi
s>hal be i whose odor and taste were i il.lpplla-, : : t t visiiers. I presume that the
given, or no charge IIIc"-IIIC 'Kagle: ble, all the sweetness( of fresh. This adorn the library and collection ALABAMA COAL.-A bed of coal has be*
Coffee 11 uSe' has operation ( museum of the Discovered
i) been
established; the I ; at Tascaloosa.
on ; Ala. and the
is extremely simple and practicablr: ; i to J um I ustit u lioti. mol
it is
American style'PeterVright offers leaden all ; it consists in beating the butter in a ) ) [ Treaty is certainly to be | used the.more highly it is esteemed. Fi.
coffins, of importance: to t the generals :and I sufficient qauntily; of water in which put 2.3or ? I I ; ( TJ. S. Senate, but by blacksmiths use and the manufactule or
not without f
officers of the of the [ some it i
army United St ues'- 30 t HcousidereiJ! superior to all others, and
drops of chio bride of lime to t two The provisions in the .
a soldier advertises for MWO' Mackinaw ( ( ( Treaty fuel it is preferred .
green by account
.. pounds) ( of butter. After having mixed it ( ( confirmation, of Mexican many on
blankets l.-ist on :he fiih i of September) (11; I its pans are in contact with he water, it I ; ( i of lands in the territories ceded govern- the freedom with which it ignites and bur ,
-at the battle (10 us, Exact '
Mohno del Hey ; t ; ( analysis shows that/with ecer
being may be left in il (for .an hour or two after- within (he limits of the one
badly wounded and suffering for the \10 wan1 withdiawn I and washed anew with ( ; ; of Texas, will be rejecled. sovereign lion, the Tuscalov coal contains .mar _

of remembnnces Ihem'-uld of so the we have, side by side, water. The choloride. of lime having : I less lhan a month a Treaty, ratified by carbon I. than any other American bUtmlDOcoal. i ,I

war that has so re- nothing I () in it, with In. will
centlyrolled' ;its. injurious can safety ; overment, be sent lo Mexico and
the I [ ,
11100(1) surges over augmented ; but after having verified I th' ; to that -
Az.P capital) and go'erment. There can o::? Our Burl )
and Indian Corn 3Ir. i
gaiety experiment, it was found thattj.j or :30 dropsto 1 be any' reasonable doubt (hat crop
that h-ive t: close its ) unless estimates, from reliable data.al5JOOfl"000 -
j waves." folow,1 ( on retiriiig a kilo raullc of butter (two anti) a quarter I 1 ; : ; new revolution shall speedily take bushels very I
pounds) were sufficient. ( in Mexico, (the Government equal, at 50 cents a bus b
leat. retaro will sanction at Que- J70.000.000 dollars, or about four e"b'
i the treaty. I enclose value of the whole pioduciioo of cotton.

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fc -. ---- ---- -.- -- The following- taken from one of our exchange PASSENGERS.Per WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT.. MARBLE YARD For Liverpool.
posals for a loan Y. lirrald. Ib 21.] Miss ---- -. --
of tit N. steamer Southerner-Miss TilE elegant fast-sailing new bark
(EL'rotfl tt received anticipated Albright
Lie Treasury notes n e )' Jporiant from .lie RepubliC papers yesterday, Gary)" Mrs Cary and 2 children, D J F 15os- IN COLILHBUS. .MADO'iA. Mitchell, master, having

easily and on good 'lihl of Venezuela.nmifc the whole difcul\: worth Condrey.Per ARTICLES._ D. C. D. C. the major of her engaged,
term the seat of Subscriber one of the firm of Madden & part cargo
We have racas, steamer Eufaula Thos Hammock.Per BAGGING, Kentucky.. ..yd IS a It TIlE will meet with immediate For
vannah Republican .U.Utlrr of y: fffitynsfeM' I of Venezuela to January 22. steamer Do"lon-Rey Mr Ellis, Hall, L B Dundee ... .. .yd 16 a 17a of Columbus, Ga., will remain some dispatch. freight
( TED government or passage, apply to
\ Parker time in He be the
ATICl. but Peanut.yd 13 Apalachicola. may seen at
TERN AND PENS AOL4ceived ( some highly important reached Congress has assembled at the capitol Per steamer Peytona-Tr) Lockhart lady and BALE ROPE Kentucky... lb a 10 warehouse now building for J. Day & Co. at almost !- March a_D B WOOD & Co.

IL-ROAD. .licence from Venezuela. It had not organized in consequence of not servant, Mrs Young children and servant Miss Northern ... JbManilla any hour in the day, and will receive orders For
' here from \Vas. mail from the South being able to form a quorum. An organization Lockhaf, Miss Gunby.Per .lb a 101 for
title! doubt that 1\1 r.Kinft' 15 Y last nights despatches, the schr. it was supposed, however would] be steamer Apalachicola Mrs Owens child BREAD Navy,.cwt 4 a 4Pilol. T E superior Br. ship GA :1rS.

iirlore Congress bl irronhn; to our arrived at >or- I date.- and servant. ..... ... ....cwt 5 a 6} MONUMENTS, Cornforth master; having part of her _ _
\lahama granj, 5uS30. Lu'iwK Capt. Doty, (effected a few days after the above Per steamer II S Smith-Col X Cruger, Messrs COFFEE 8* a 9 TOMB STONES, [cargo engaged,will haedispatch. For

Hail.Road Corng j ? on the ?4th nsU. from" Leguayra, The prcsentscssion it is predicted will prove Carriker, Parker Swift. Wooldridge, Snead, Havana... .lb 8 a ]012ia SLABS, &c. &CM freight, a-K-lj to

potions of land alon the t01'' she sailed on the 1st inst. a very stormy one as the articles of nfl- Chapman Magender, Smith ,... ... .. 13 which he will furnish lower than they can be Feb 21 CHAS ROPERS & Co.
uwpil Rsul.Roads. "ill cAa! chartered to bring. despatches to against the President which Per sleamerrioI8-Mrs P T Schley, child and CANDLE, 33 a 37i- procured from the North.
be I peachmcnt For :\c\v York
1 servant Mrs H W Van V>ghten. CORDAGE a 20
s understood. .
and at- ADAMS.P.
our brought P.
We belie'e ..governmentat Washington ; I were introduced last session, will be Per sleamerary: A Moore Mrs J M Moore, Hemp.. ... a ]21 THEfine fast sailing ship CONSTALLATION -
t the :outh.\Vrsicrn 'i'b' correspondent took advantage( ; of I the up again, anti should they pass of which children and 8en"anl. Miss E Ioor., Miss J Taylor Tarred,.... .lb a 15 S. After leaving Apalachicola the subscriber Flifner master, will meet

to J Perisacola, i is to be a, ieU"" to forward letters to the NewiVlwnlVlwt there is a probability, the legislature will be Col S Mabry] J D Gibson Wm A Moye, 11 CIDER. Northern... .. ...bbl 600 a 7 00 will promptly attend to all orders directed to with dispatch. For freight or passage
hcio-J of Fort lrcU..tnce Brake J M Pruit A Mcllae. DOMESTIC GOODS him in Columbus. P. A.
Gaines T ( broken by ihe minions of the executive apply to A. DODGE.
inmetht1tY up Per steamer Magnolia Herrinston, J Johnson Brown Shirtings! ,.*.yd 5k a 8 February 24, IS43. G-3m
proceeded -
'itha.ori2inallyhecVr F'eb24IS.
Capt. Doty and collision will take place '
\ a sanguinary JS 11 Butts. Sheetings..d 9 a 12 _
cola Company .compf'IICd|, in W.hiutol with the JesI"tches. \ between them and, the tepublicans. Business Per steamer Quincy-Mrs Crown and child, Mrs Tickings,. .. .ydCottonades m a 16 Music music I Music For New York.

'nigomrry. but it has beea at Laguayra was very dull ; the new lielip**, Messrs:Shehee, Rombo, Mctarlane,Yon, ,.yd It a 22 I TilE subscriber respectfully informs THE. fine bark MARY & JANE
allow them to !' terrible scenes en- Hansford. Calicol'rints..d! 6 a 25 wm the citizens .Apalachicola, that he
strike an, have been some crop of coffee was coming in very slow and Flitner master will have immediate

"ahoochee Itiver. The Thele at (.Iraca, !. The Veuezuclian CongreSS prices ruled high. Col Per E steamer S Shorter Emiy-and: lady, 0 0 Neal and lady. ))DUCK Russia.Kentucky.Jt'ans..yd yd 23 13 a a 2 55!J intend* to recommence teaching class on dispatch. For freisjh or passage, having
artCl 21li instant :an evening
la, ttio. have obtained 'Milt ult.,.was overwhelmed P Adann larly: Mrs M: Mrs B M DYES, Logw'J., Campeachy.tin good accommodations apply to .
; tinder certain c.)ntingeoMssace a .jinriOiMllu set on. It is salt!. by the POSTAGE ARRAMIKME.M: or GREAT BRI- Glenn, me S S.xbine Mrs L. Thompson Miss. .. St. Domingo.ton Those desirous of taking Ie<*ons on the following Feb2 1_PURSE.. STONE & Co.
tic the 1)opulace. 1 Eiilenn. Miss A E Glenn. Miss M t J IUchard"on.t" : .ton instruments Spanish (;Juitar Flute Violin,
'; of the Cli: tah00"it. everal of the ineljers! llofMv'm T.'I-The N. V. Courier says :- For
i and I L Dennard) Miss C Truitliri. Miss A Crews Indigo,..... ... ....Ik 50 a 7o (Tenor or Alto Viulin) and Violincello would Boston.
Jlns route will, as a '';icred. 1 wu: expected that a I .\Ve learu from a sauce that admits of !] ;S Shorter, .Miss] Welborn, Miss A D.wson. FLOUR, Northern. .bbl a 8 (Xl675 do well t to apply as early as possible, as they can tf:t'TIlE tine new barque CHASE Chase

Ie and pJme necessity, :,i luI! n wtiulJ immediataly' break outIhwHwut !, no question, that at the tim of the BiherI T II B I Rivers, G D Conner B (G Conner, !II H a 700 have the privilege of .elecling the hours which : ma"'tt'r.till meet with immediate dis- _

the Mobile and Xew Q,. the republic.Tl I nia's; sailing the basis of : treaty between Epping, A S Glenn, H 0 Screws, J M TruuthinSCato FISH, Cod. .box 250 a 450 may suit their convenience. -' patch. For deck freight or passage apP1Y -

ell as the great \Vestern evciieiuent prevailed when Great Biitain i and the United States had \Vakthtld., Thos Jone., Thos Berry.Jr.WE Mackerel No. 1.bbl a 12 00( TERMS:-SIO for eight weeks of two lesions [ to
e rj* w1 1 I 1: Starker, P T Sayre, M Welborn.. No. 2 ... .bbl 600 a 700 March
I thus be insured sdi1ed. been agreed which would( place the each week the course to close on IGth March. 9 D) B WOOD & Co.
to upon
IndVi ; "
it a No. 3..bbl 500( a ---
I from sources external; the li.IU received several accounts of the Post Office arrangements between the twocountries RECEIPTS FROM THE INTEKIOIl. 100 a Application at my office in Baltzell's Duildin;. For no toll.
K-iidem of the local' \Ve of which we annex. on terms of perfect recilnocity.ciu Per steamer Southerner-2)3() hales to A X Mc- FRUIT, Almonds .lb Music furnished at $2 00 per course extra for THE fine fdst- ailif? bark GLLNELi --
;appiehend that travel, seen.-, one Kav. Co; 3 do to Maclav] & Kimbrough; 32 do 275 a 300 either of the above in,tnm/ ents. Instruction ';., Smith rnaservilL meet with dis-
under the ,i'li" (0 the/ ? Sew Yuri: Herald. 26 do J Co 13 I .lb 20 25 Books for sale. .
this } [ : '.-Night i is beautiful in itself hut Young; to DayV ; Prunes. a .. = patch. For passage ont.apply to
question. the Barnes.'us SI..: .iD' C.\lans. Jan. i7. ls'48.: in its associations it is (Jo lo 111. Dawson &Co; 4- do to Harper x I 16 a 18 Jan. 20 1-if T. C. UNDERWOOD.N. Fib 24 I 1 IJ WOOD! & Co.
' Kail-Road has but a sketch of.1 still more.beautiful ; Hot ( 12 a 14 B. No reduction will be made for ncnat- __
.1 the way of business.LT I herewith send MIU hasty not linked as day is. will our cares and our Per steamer Knfanla-19 bales cotton to'Lock- Leinon ... .. 4 00 a 450FUH : tendance, except through pr traded sickness J. SPEA'CE,

.:: the Njval Commit- ,he present state of this city. toils the business and the littleness of life. IPLItOtlflg; ; 150) do to \\.ylic." McKenzie; 149 Oller.... ... ... .. ... -100 a 150Fl'.tTIIEIt WATCH AXD CLOCK MAKER
sear ( Monargas was: The sunshine with it its action do to A X McKay) & Co; 93: do to Hill, V.wsonCu ) ; .. ... ... ... Advances.
we .
I MI iav ur of thr bill, and \b.'lt one <: (I chair: I by t the brings ; & ; 4 do to Win G Porter & Co. GB.Al, 0.115,. ... ... ..bll'h 75 a Advances will be made on Co ton Second Story Rallzell's Buildings;
loilowitii explanation why r.b'ce.l. I in ''be Presidential forlorn parly I rise in the morin<, and our task is beforeus P"r steamer- Charleston-307 bales cot ton Maclavfc .. .. .. fit) a 70 LIBERAL i ( to our friends in Havre Liverpool ( "<.4-t. (Entrance r-n Chestnut-st t ).

''J to that Committee in. called ()li2 ,rfuisthe| ; choice was a I ; but night comes, and with it, rest. If Kunbroagh; 2d3 do to W A & P C Kain 135do .\ ... ... ... ... ... 250 a Sot New York Philadelphia Baltimore and .T Ap.-\L.-\CHlCOLA.f A.

uittee on Public Lands bone at life Ile. as he was the only person' we leave sleep, ami ask not of dreams forgetfulness to Harper Ac. Holmes; 10G do to Hill, Dawcon IIA Y.... ... .. ... .. ..'wi a 75 New Orleans. X B. Watches Clock and Jewelry carefully
: the candidate, of I the liberal party.On is in solitude and'our & Co; 1;do Lockhart Ac Young. hIDES, r.rpeu... .. .. a.Dry. ,
j thi; motion of .'Pu| the gentle- 1 President, elect at La Per steamer Albany-31 I bales cotton. country. .Ih\ 6 a i _.
tit imposed upon him the arrival, of the employment is I ho ughit. I Imagination has Per. Meamer Boston; -516(; bales< cotton to [Hill, IRON Enli"h.. .. .... .. \ .t a 55 17, 1517. 3-tf -- .-- -- --

. the (;UIM (]en. I'aemrt him on terms of ; thrown her glory around the midlight-Ilw IW>II\; (Co; 114 do to I M) Wright.Per :\\.edt..,... ... ... a 5YI Wooilrn 1.SVOI'III Specific, _
lew words ) AdvancesADE
a in
2 ( explanaus fripn'l' .''ii!>. (; lth"ugh tinny years of illshul ; orbs of the silence the shadowsare t-tedincr lviona-S31 bales,cotton to Lock- 1 J IO1.... .. ... ...1 lb a 8h"ct. A 5.1.1asd: ethcient remedy for worms fur
' of this bill. Pensacola % e\Med between I them I ) ali all er a j: Ipaveu. '. Even in the heart ofa harL.x; \ ; 1KJ! do to A X McKay Jc Co; 91 .. .. ... .... ....Ih8\ a IU) M on shipments of Cotton to Liverpool .l1. sale bv.
41 1 station in the Gulf for :I..J I steeped poelr) ( ) Day) te; Co. Nail nod.I" 6 a 7 Havre New York and Boston, by Feb 3 J C ALLEN
.J! refittins of the,, eiiriMcre: I hiv. ci; tnt* II])t to Caracas.; crowded city, where the moonlight foil Per s-tearii'-r. "\pabchicol.I-:7-! bales colon toMaclav Calin;. American. ...IbI a 6 Dec. 16 D. B. WOOD & CO.

llfH navy Of p./u.c.1; I lu t> uitlueiice!] and vice to form ': I but iip"in pavement; and( roof the heart Ac Kimbroiigh; ,) to A X McKay Ac L1iMBEBoards.! -- ''he I-nliaiis' Elixir.

| rts cifourenghieersiiHUvtit tin- .biii.I. with scime ftl f our best (; :;ens. I II ITil'1 would. he snfl.ncd. and the mind elevated, Co: 2-J: do to order. : Whitt Pine.. ..: J xchalle. A CERTAIN rem,: y for chill and feter, for

I from year to .vear'nis ( tarie-l( < -1ie lv, and {fon-j and Per s-teamer (imncy-76 bales cotton to Lock- Vehltiw ... .\1'1000' a 1600 on New York'Boston, Providence sale by
amid the loneliness oi' deepest DRAFTS
(! in the vicinity of this I nieii":q\.trnl"ht ail h'' aniiinted I-mibHc.! I .\ I( night's lurt: Ac YOlng; 10) do to B S I Hawley.IVi fta\5,. .. .. .. ...\11 and Baltimore, bought ; and Keb' 3 J C ALLEN.
were soxe edingfy barren pe stillest hours. .11'.HI'r H S Smith-:3K;( ( bales cotton to X Whitl Oak liead"1.12. 00 a Sight Checks on New York sold by -
ll: lrt an: etui to oir 161 do toV A C Kain J55 do to I' lI Liverpool Salt
ted and destitute few < \'fI'Itt Cruder; \; ; lIe.ldinl WM. G. PORTER & Co. ,
iif roads :, : % '\- til! .etir tXPPCla-\\ AN EMI TO A CI&cu-A: hard-up maleS larper. Hoini's; 172 do Hil. Dawson) !c (Co; I IEAD, ... .. ... ... 6 a f Agents Bank of Brunswick sale bv. _

ibt-m. ]10 consequence of [ 10:1"',.'. a i-!,(! I tin' Prcsjh-nt kept" the ;acquaintance on r.hc'ard soliloquizing -I Day -\: Co; 22 do Chapman. Shed..... .. ... ....It. lU) a 1T..I1E..bhl 12 Dec 30 41 J Water street. FOR*- 3:)> B ELLISON & Co.
*11 f $o mta.II'alue. and imI'tvernment. :': niiuiher ": IVr steamer Champion-32 bales cotton to I MWriL'ht 1 liO') a 16i
; tosther with ui L !>t'!-i!: 'c.. I'.v' 'lie jP Ji.Jwur! oi a thus : -" they >:aa sovereign is round, arid ; 92 do to I 1\Voor A: Co; 1'( do to Harp :IOI..A:5F..0.. ... ..e-al 2.j a 26 S. R. Bonner became purchaser >Grocer .

'. iu its immediate ri'I leti'l-i-' ;.iliaiii-t Itt uitr i. vernme( 't.- j !n it i i.but I ; give i a woman one to take to adraper's vicinity: mljeniulriieusiUlauMiii( them I tan.F1ttrr. j end T Bi-ll: 13: do to X McKay] Ac Co: 113 to W G alOt) Q
Mi\ : ( I and she'll make ;
soon an I tierce and for
ante to fat! into the ; shop, the 2-2(1 day of April 153'j; of Lots numbers 5 '- Rice, just rec'd dale by
' hans) to heal the breach.l'f'm I Purler Co; 22 do to Wylie: McKenie.Per ilosin. .bbl 150 a 20i)
tuk"\'trttt to it. \ : and 10, in Block No. 2S, and Lots 1\os. 7, S, 13 Jar U E. McCULLY. 50 Water !t.
:: euem). A bill) providing steamer Viola 700( bales colon to I D B Tar.... ..bbl 22 a 300473
\ :0 :ra1 an evil by the \ :' were I hei I lilT e.*'" I IMHII! I tin1 pie- poured forth in volii I.I. I. Pe Mt-amer Mary A Moore cotton to OILS.'d.. ... .. ...1,11 90 a 12: known on the map or plan of the city aa
!r-uud l uuiitury: road was a .;; : tin illy. it w.s tle vtvnite: ) <:l tu i i-ijeach I cant carry a hod made. of Rosewood. A McKay A: Co; 12-1 do to Wylie- McK-n-. ( ))1jV' ,... ... ..botte: 51) a (i2Inu No. 29), at the price of $1555, for which lie executed HULL'S superior single and double Trusses _

i.wtcd: ,,'ilh.tin- naval aft 1'ieMleat before the C.;nress auuut to Ten pounds weight of zi!': !93: do to Lockhart & Young; 12 do to J Day ) ..... .. .. .. a 1MLml his note, &.c. in favor of said Company f by
.iry. and it !had therefore the t\IIY. or male Ac Co: ; 21 do to A I Judge.) .. .. ... so a 9)1 which remain unpaid, with the interest due Feb J 17 II F ABELL.
iin? Committee ititt.I I meicury, bin ght into contact with a mituic \- Per steamer Mariohia-222 bales cotton tn :imsA Tanner '. ... ... .. al School Books
Naval the rr.cde
on I la:i t ihf" -auliiue die President( di-JJirtjicd tit(ether i and carbonic acid!, become in : Cheever; : ::36 (do 10 Lockli irt Ac Youiur; 200 do C.l itimiitee in its report had (ihet'li't'i" ; ; and placed! anus i in I theImitiol l'u- minutes malleable. !4) X < >linger; 100( ) do to lull, Dawson Ac$ (to17; do pnOVIIO.l'rI:. Mss.. .bbl a 11001. with the said S. II. Bonner it was fully under FjR lely i
aci a '
f. .ld 17"H
i It* reason; whyjuii
.l to them IS well as ,' lilt Ticrm.! all I I If a pi.e.c of potassium be placed: on ice, Per =-teatnr Clamcy-127 halc"; cotton to W G Prime...bhl a 1050 according to the contract the said Company Vermifuge.WINER'S .

.t'a,ure itelf. If the iii"imi'i' I ivor-ble. t.i t tlielal party ; i it t inMantlv (takes fire with a blight flame. Prier 1'0II; do t.. A X McKay A; Co; 3 do Bacon Barn;. .. ....Ib 9 a 121u should be at liberty, on giving thirty day's notice Canadian V ermif e,for sale by
gen- ihe old ltii, 'i-als were invited m return, and : to S Ac .1 Sfliili'-r]; : I H do to B S hawley: 12 do (toJ eanvassd.. .Ib a in a uublic, <.razette.. uublishcd in \nala hicola.. lo : : TfT. tT E f T
'loutouIJ but differ that ;UK! incus n deep hole into ice. do rzie; 2 do u .. ..-.. .>..Ib 7 a 8 r------- ur---------- y Y I't'lt I. 11 rULJ.-
nunv were placed in office some not being( tie Ii-iy" V Co; :21 to WyliplcK : Sidp re-sell said Lots at the risk of said purchaser for

. .',1.J lie would be at once (': Citi/.tl'hi1.; Ciiinitierc becjinecripji Dr. Priestly I had a glass l cnn- to Mr-Cully; 2 do to X'Baker} ; 49 do to Lock- ShOl1lder .. ... .Ib 51 a 61 the benefit of said Company and if any surplus Lemon .Syrup. .
vll the members would Lee :11..111 binning iiart Ac Youn:. L.'RO. .. .. ... ...Ib 9 a 91BUTTER. after said for and snptriajr LemvluIUp.jiIstretelVro
lime lo reflect tinjre !.'!, auJ cimfi'lene.e: de-tro\eJ! ; i the slr"t IIItarthrec feet in diameter and it Per steamer Emily-250( bales cotton to D B .. ... .. ... ..Ib 20 a 22 remained of aaid paying Lois and notes all COSt-j given t and CX- JB for sale by

on 4t'.rflieUt, hunblrd'! on with .! empty trea- pioduced a heat that; melted iron plates in a i iiiiunuent. \\.IIr A; Co: 79 do to A X McKay] Ac Co; 50() do CnI'EoF. ... .. ... ... ..Ib Go 0I'OrATCmM nn n-coMnt said R. Feb 17 H F ABELk
< called tin to act upon $ lHtJis< 4i! were preparing! I It melted 'JO grains of goM in to \ylit? & Mi-lvniilr-, .'. lo io I Ilarp'-r \; I II holmes; t... .... .. bbl 22-5 a 300 penes the same shall be paid to the S.
earnestly hoped the re- saiyirge: ; t"(1. I Ill d'in Lockhart Ac Young: 13ilo: to \V ti Porter Pr.\XUT .... ... .. ...bush, 5i a j; Bonner or his legal representatives; and whereas Saddlery, &c.
nearnacas;i ; ;;iil! (iti the iiiii of this four seconds. 20 grains 1)1 f silver iu three .. ... .. 5 the said S. R. Bonner has failed to said
i would not be r.onsidered.I Ac ("J: 5 do to C RogTa Ac (Co. R .. .. ... ... 51 8. pay DOLES ot various patterns and qualities
month.? wh* u there were scaireh memberseimu seconds.( 10 1 grains: of platina/ iu three seconds Per'barge 1yuhiavotii--5[ !' bales cotton to Sims SP1CE.S. Ca"sla.... .. .. .ta a notes, now the said Compay in pursuance of the S Bridles curb and Snaffle bits,

I printed; and then let the h h i"Iunl, a quorum tf the I Houe of and as much flint in :30) secouJs. 'v; Clieever; 11 do to I :U'nght.. \.10.:.. ... ... ..Ill 37 a 50 premises, will expose th* Lot aforesaid to saleat Saddle Ea3.brtinacs,
" ther there : .
could be ... .
---- .ltJ 9 1Uh
any i. < tliTiveie 4.000 i'lati'l iflerroot. a auction, in front of the Court Houc in said
: ate
Kvprev :i aives Hoops and Whip, for by .
: bottom "EXPORTS.LIVERPOOL ... 12
I i : 'J] the bill to the CommitLauds. An iron pillar at the top : : 11 a
;; square{
the sixth of
eir I iie! cilS" Ou i tli h of ('on- .nr city on Thursday day April next, WM. G. PORTER t Co
.opening three times as ifrounded -Per :!lIp Ocean 1,S77 bales Xutmp". ... .. ...H! 21 a 2 :U11 ;
Mr. K. sai tI l he is about as strong
en- I between the hours of 1U o'clock A. M. and 2
.. DccSO
; I if'". serious 11."r'"r! ro.aineiuicd: bcttveeneuial rt.Tiiui.i ';' .. ... .. a 16 41 Water street.
::-atcfct po>,ible respect (or mem'r! > j liigli w.trds drew a ..treatMud ;at I the ends, ; if the pilhrs are nut TIt E TE-l'er shIp: lurion-1'75! : : bar: SUGAE, N. Urll.u".. ... ..IL 5 a il o'clock, P. M. for cash, to pay up said notes and

'. ;1' \\-H as (or the high char. d-ij.'Ts ilrawiand! it is aid, placed perfectly perpendicular) at leaM v twnihirds cittonXEW, St. roi. .... .. .lb 10( a 11 costs and charges. Panacea.
jmetit and liberality of his ( :' 'crt > I of I their strength is lost ; and I iliey nre 1 YOK1C! -IVr !hi,1; Fi.; .nJian-1126 hak-s Lod.... .. ... ...IL IJ: aI JAS/E. BETTXER: Agent of the WAI3E Si. IIO'JCK'S Panacea, ju3t received
.1 :ai'"!i'r) l li'iiii I the ci'y: -Hon.) I Il'ln"f'Icu. ... ...sack I 25Coarser. S
'j( ,Htuwt, Mr.] Collaiwr. and he nne-Sfveiilh stiot.ger when swelled in: i the cn'tnn.IVrbris SALT, Lh.crpool. 1011 a Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Co. and for 3ue bv
'I ( I 11 I-.:tabbed ;member f'l M. '1 ntt'man! cotiM actu- : i. I lion. : fJi. Sil.isTh .:,enc mi'Iille, like the frii.'trum of a cone, with I the -- -------- STEEL Cast.. ... ... ..cwtlS! 00 a 201)Gennitn. .
S 10 nirtkc attack on the bae the centre of the pillar. ... .. ..cwI12 00 15 01)) Holmes' Vegetable Pills 1UO bbls.- bbls.
an itt a POTATOES- ; Turnii.:- ))
wliii :ll il WMst--rrifie could.fLl ;
tllo that '
( en u'! ; ; : i : i; [ I ) ... ... .. .. .... ...Ib 5 7 0
I i tval ::dir!. The senile- 'URINE\ a FOR UYSMEXORKHEA OR PAINFULMENSTRUATION. L Carrots-.jJ( bbls.l ; Beets-?> bbls.|
I : ;anJ when! the alum rt-.iche; l t tli'1xir.'ft. .\ silver wire t the thirteenth of ;an i illl i in Drdnd 175 32.
SPIRiTS. ). a -2-3 bbls. tor sile
he Parsnips
i. by
certain .
"i fdt'rry only I! ci'ize flea in A I hundred antI -- _' -- -__ .
terror. t 37 150
badyi sustain -- h Gin .gal 1 a
< ole 11111)se"fl ,
and the riht order Iialtt'r. "il celebrated Pills have become so fam Dec 30 B ELLISON) & Co.
;! ''tr I tl\. 4tt>i N.iMcr' rl ht'.! iu tint: of i the mU tiut. A wire of lead of i l POUT) OF AI'.F4.C11ICOl..A..Marci9. -\ -to a12 THESE their in
hal virtues this
. rile untter had been sub- 1.iu -.-- .. -. -----. -- --.---- -- -- Burn. X. I;. .. 31 a 40Vhikey curing disease & Wistar's
ttv-Tnl : --- ---- S\vayn
. .Vrtl Cumtsiittre fiom \jps indiscriminately into the \ ni ":ime size, sustains twenty-eight pounds, -- AIMIIVKD. \ Hect. ... al 22 a 2362 that but little need be said of them their action

> DO
: !t. t. in the Land Couunittef, ,fj, \11 re Cit down like du >-. The wonn- York, to A Podse.March SKIS neilr.. .. .. .. ... 1 00 Ii 125 all pain in this disease no matter of how Vy and for sale by
" it fit : Board of Admiralty is tied Feb 17 II F ABfcLL.SnuflT. .
I its natine icndered d'! i The EnglMi : fm X Orleans. 8 Banding. Pamphlets containing 30
i nitfiitr! biee-linz: WHS nut reco mx"dL 3-Schr Ontwa Cordon, a long pagesof
i,I"i ,''.(.>(1 in tht-ii care. If it > iue i slu-is.|, they: fell nn him-his; left! to have iu their possession a chronometer March) -Schr Sovereign, Peterson, fm XcwOrleans ShOT. Ieer..7 a 7 testimonials from the profession. For sale bv"
and waiti which has varied a second iu 17 .\ ) a 5U( J
t. :.utlier committee : watcrii not March 2 ALLEX.
and shot! and in bottles and blad-
cll"\ ear: were ;atvay-;.isexere cut Orleans. 80 Macaboy,
Schr Pauline, Young fm Xew TEA. a SCOTCH
t1 ihetn'. it would probably 'Vt-r I the hf.i'l. aij J Jus !iei; <<;iie.irlv "(\'Nc,1nn I months.THE I I March G-Hark: Clwse, Chase, fm Xew Of lean?, ouchong.. ... .. .. .Ib. a 50 Wines on Consignment. received and fcr sale by

S I'n. Irti Ins %hoi, and his i biJ\\ tern lily Ilia U- : VERT L\ST.-\ Miss Gilmote somewhere to 1J 1 H Wood A: Co. 'riN..... ... ... ... received pet ship Marianna and for Feb 17' H F'ABELL--
-- March Ur bark Covenanter Patterson fm 'rWlNE. .. .. .. ... IS a 20 JUST -
\ihIH\'llet.! : Tiie Ilua. Jdi'H:i C.; .Hl1. down east, was courted by a man low for cash- Sarsnparilla.BULL'S .
. .MN nS.\"f -:.-This being : Li\'rplJol.Bri :cint.. ... ... a 37'WISl
I ,Mm. the prst ol' kitchens i. ol (J ;,,,. was: sijut thn ugljt the head whose name was lJd.luck. who told her' ] ; Henry Buck Woodride, 1m St Jago dc \taderia.... .. .../.i'dl I 00 a 300 IU baskets Hiediick Champagne Sand's, Bristol's and Bailej's com

.. ....- Utl2iI excursions, tbe -lh.ball enttjriiig Hue tar and parsing out that he only wanted one gil more to make Cuba.Steamer. Champagne. .. ...doz.lO) (I a 1600( 5 cases" old Pale Port" Wine" fluid extract of Sarsjparilla, just re
:u I lIe ollipr all the the left fish Quincy Allen fm Chatt.ihooclire. !> SanderlanV ceived and for sale by
.. .. '!It .f./th the fl""r on him a perfect '- '
.y : grateful hainl cat o1.} auJ Sll'alllCrlIulhl'l"Ol'r., Garrard, fin Columbus. 10 Duff Gordon Sherry Wine Feb 17 III ABEtL.
: ; other
(.ii t ih'oe of our reader Si'lfu U 011"" in PiOBRERV Or THE: "STABLE: AT BETH.: StPiiiner Albany Gnljin, fm Columbus. Sheriff's Sale. 10 al old East India Maderia Wine

,. !tijt: j resvuce oi' this loath- juris ol the The Hon. Juan (/f ia I.iIiIM.-ThiC large silver star sunk in the Steamer l liufaula, X'Nauhtoii i'm Jerniqan. O N the first Monday in April next in the City 6 old Sicily Maderia Wine by Dr. WooclriifX's Aiitibillious egJ

l.a.i. .1 swnnl, run thnnigii hU boJv.,1 :ami t fcl I I.i. : : have been the site ol .hieniarier Steamer riurlcrton Pinli! |'.-, I'm Columbus. f f Apubchicola, before the door of the March 2 ] E McCULLY. etable Life Pills,
( Col.sjujjdi place supposed to HO'lon.Inrton. hum Columbus. Court I will for sale at outcry -
,. tf."J \ao' woun led with Steamer; : llouie expose public
loaf! of wheat! bieadue btj\ has been TJORsaleby .
where Christ was born ( I'm Colnnibu Notice.
i !!.IVfl1ei..t.VCraI' others killed and some Steamer IVvtona, Jreer. ( the following property-one Bed Plate _LI Feb 8 J C ALLEN.Wesleris .
-ue: it to a crumb "('(ltiICI.( toIen.rrIe Latins and Gieeks. accuse Steamer( Apalaclncula: Thompsonfm: ColumbuStcamtr pieces and sleam chest twenty-jour Cog Wheels wife Ann Kates having left my bed and
: I1111/: II. Tho.e cuuld, ill. MY
'rILst.) then not escape each other of the robbery.COMMERCIAL.. I H I S Smith Fieemau fm Coltimbim. one brie and one small Cylendar, one Connecting board without cause, the public are hereby Produce.
\ al'r, pUtlH04.r .. ? cuff the bnrsof Steamer Champion (;Oadwallader fm Columbus
')??,? 1flt.HCIcItJ i'"I a Rod, two Piston Rods one Force Pump cautioned against harboring or trusting her on LOUIS Flour Ohio do, Lard, Whiskey,
'; ;, '' one of pulrcn win 1\, m 1 J. by : .- made! Steamer Viola, Van Veghten fm Columbus. answerable"for S
f"uiuf a vtte aIlld"tlllhellpt.fa and I shall not be
l Steamer Mary]: Moore] Moore fm Columbus. seventeen Plmner Blocks Brasses more or my account as any Sugar, choice and prime MobssesPcrk, mess
I I .i( hIl! of haltpetre the I |) wall.uheiea hew poles Sleamer Magnolia, Butts fm Albany. less one Tea Head one Crank one lot Flywheel debts contracted by her from this date. and prme Bacon hams, Sjdt and Shoulders for

n lute I lead and a wine \tire t'1UIJ' : an.i. with these they escaped, ( Steamer Ellllly.lJdll. fro Columbus. Segments seven Shafts two Belt Wheels l one JOHE KATE gale by B. ELLNON & Co.

I. (li .:,->t for six born \lme! :square wa; S soon Si run nuled bv the COTION.-The demarl. tor l\on I/H/ raturlay CLEARED. one, Rod four 1./1 ge Cotlon Screws Flour i -
: and lias been to a fair extent, with sales uf some for Geai Shaft and two Gearing Shalt and Guava Jellies.
: Mr.un through a clot, If'IP'; the haimrable tt-a.heo "werein March-Ship Burlington, Cook Ifric'le. ing, one : ,one Of the most celebrated brands,
; :nii\' drup"ol the zinctut' nil pisutiers, -.-some \,ith scarcely dollies Jjij':) hales at full prices. \Ve are yet without the by I I1 Wright.Ship t. two Fly Wheels levied on as the propel ry of 30 000 just received from Havana and 1 N different sized boxes just received from Havana -
:iteainer's accounts of the 12th ult. Ocean, Brownell for Liverpool by Har- Hiram virtue of a writ ot fieri facias and for sale by
( J it tand till next daj; ll-tfIIC without t h.ts. boots, or indi"ptu- for sale by :E: McCULLY,
and C S
Holmes E
per to me dupcled Irom the Circuit Court of Frank Dec 23 CULLY.
I II in Some; !*!hlt.; simie l fc.\' Miami QUOTATIONS: Decsl5 50 Water st.
f'P; a; palltf} a bettor f..te. The[ Ship Floridian Whittemore for New York, said
lin favor John W. Babcock
t ; j .< r. vitu: rated with ibis 1'11\\i I riMieJ into. I the hit I. de n.yin- the I [nfriorUrd ....... .. .... .......... I ly Xourse, Stone & Co. County, in of vs. School ISooks.
Good Ord..G a'M Hiram Manlev. West India Fruit. BOOKS, ot all kiridi,just recd by
I itt March G-Schr Corah Wilkins for X Qrleans. "
\Id : 4>oin the kitchen, lurinture. and cutunj to pieces i;:*' :Mulcting.i .... .............. ... ."d; a "ir.ood March 7nriVm L Jones, Tyler for Xew JOHN LUCAS Sheriff F. C.pJlachicola.llarch 1 Q CANISTERS West India Fruit preserved SCHOOL J J. C. ALLEN.Piles. .

I -' in ;a few days.:' trait ol 1 Uulivar. I In half an hour thciu..por\\ I IIjl Middling! .... ..... ....... ..(>* alI. l vallum Is .. .. . were pandinz streets with '] Fair....... .. for sale E McCULLY,
tie I Havana
kinds .. ......... .. 7t IVotic to Mal'incrs.COLUCTOR'S bj
I aj.-This! c extraordinary! .1 of \\weapons; every o Water st. pVlTCHETTS celebrated Spanish Specific; for
closed ; the foreigners who had F.EuIirs.-\e have no change to notice in the SHIPS."Windsor : OFFICE KEY WEST ) \J .sale by [Feh3l] II F ABEEL.
I that vtould appearI .I
i February t G; IS 13. )
,71 ,
I ---rlLips; only manageablei t.igs. unfurled them fur protection ; none rates to either foreign coastwise pol.. Fay, Brewer 01G tons fm Vera Cruz rJ1E NEW LIGHT JUST COMPLETEDAT best Chocolate.No. Sweet Chocolate I Bacon, Flour, Su ar, Collec and
but LBS. Spanish
I i rum ( to CO feet but i in the thiue \10 happened to be out were in ;- : COTTON'STATEMENT. 11:1-t-l.:: Sdon waiting Bucknam-D B 510 Wood tons,Ac fm Co.New York, waiting I KEY WEST will be shown on the 10th 50 just' received from Havana for sale by I Salt,

.< is ol Airica it is found streets ; ererfew minutes the harsh -D Wood & Co. inst. It is a first class light and will probably be Dec 23 E McCULLY. ALWAYS on hand and for sale low by .

..f 150! () in height before the cnallen e, jurn l'it. or the rush of cavalry Gaiton Packard 415 tons for New York, loading visible from a ship's deck at the distance of twen McCULLY.

I d.> Lander: and his sere dole on the ear ; night soon closed in dark Stock on hand Sept.[ 1, IS 17. .57trReceivedpastSdays 9 SI -W A Ac P C Kain.Mirianna ty-two miles in clear weather. It is situated For Sale.91wr1 .

from in tbeII ness and a deathlike stillness dur- I .. .... .. .50fi2; \ Gill 339: tons for Xew York, loading- eight i ; hundied yards North East of the site of the SACKS Salt; 20 tirkins superior But.4u Sweetmeat ami Preserves.A .
'.IK- storm prevailed .CU'253
: ; previously .. WELL assorted lot,just received from Havana :
N & Co. ,
A McKay old The and courses heretofore ter. Apply to
mgtlienisht. 6; : 73k)3! ) light. bearings
I .re.. tree which not oolj Total ... :'; Cornlorth 723 Ions for Liverpool for sale E McC ULLY
Cr. by ,
On the .2371 Gages, ( ) followed for entering this port may slill be Jan 13 NOURSE STONE & Co.
Ii" and of the the Exported 3 days...
past Co.
.s. hut their Ilrsp morning 2'th. citizens loading-C Rogers Ac the channel Dec :O Water st.
observed but vessels
31616 approaching
diameter dept cautiously out. About previously..... Dialem Tucker, 657 tons for Marseilles, load- ;
i measured in the ,
| noon dead Coffee.
Were : Total....- 33M4! 40(*j8 in the day time, wUl find five fathoms water Old
.:L'th of the largest horse interred without ceremony. At one ing-I M Wright. with the SACKS Rio Uavanaand St. Domingo RescrvcVhisler,
(the bar by bringing the buoy in range
for loading 011
(;89 Liverpool
Ocloek' the Libirty Pratt tons, 100 F Smith's Eagle Brand for sale by
1 (lands' high and ,very Joeg members were escorted to the On hand and on shipboard notcleared 31901 :P'9 UKiJodge.Urgni. light house and runing for it. Com, for sale low by O E.

found hal and compelled force lo .. -.-- 622 Liverpool loading- S. R. MALLORY Col. Dec 23: E McCULLY. McCULLY
litpaitn's a lir per pass several .-- .--- -'- .-- --- --- Rogers, tons, Nov 11 op Water st.
I "solutions.. A bando I W A Ac P C Kain. -
dli-n across was proclaimed -
I. completely APALACHICOLA
requesting -
FROM Cotton Weigher.
EXPORTS OF COTTON for Xew York Oil Cloths and Carpets.
ivcr. (called she Deep the citi1'rls to resume their busi"ess. Contention Flitner 276 tons, subsciiber been appointed a Tau lie i V Oil,
1 with b Commencing 1st Splemhtr. 187-and tame loading-A Dodge. THE having PCS Oil Cloth 1 and 2 yards wide;
'' an by
I h and preCiP1iI assurance of protection.. of Cotton respectfully solicits em- 15
Heu high FOR
: time in _ 3 Ingrain Carpeting;
On the 2Gth IS.Hi ----- BARQUES. nL _l. I..L.1.. pcs super SO .R. FT TTln't'. .
Kiiuiifi;; a natural bridge, lit members met again, the ===-- --Pal Previ-= i Lust Covenanter (Br.) Patterson, 612 tons, fm Liver ployment trom the merchants u: Apaiacnicoia.He 2" Stair -- '' tt vu.

4 iork carl might have pa'' Resident and guards beinz in thp hall EXPORTED. I.3 days\out1y.,'roTALJs.ason I pool waiting: -Master.Chte ] has a family dependant on his labor and 10 Tufted Rugs, For Sale.

lle members, while several resolutions Wil fER .SSJS ..6SJ9 Chase :381 I tons, for Boston loadmg-D hopes that opportunity will be afforded him to For sale by %%TM. G. PORTER & CO. 55 BBLS Hay now landing from ship Floridim. -

*ere passed exonerating the executive from !.17. ..., ... B Wood Ac Co gain a support for them in this community, Dec 30 41 Water street. Apply to .
iii) censure )llavre..I.. .. .. .. '0.11'' John Beresford (BrThread'old,292t0riSfm! where such an appeal has never been made invain. Dec 23 NOURSE. STONE A Co.
been a
., A bed of coal has ed. &Dl general! amnesty proclaimv ( Liverpool waiting-I M Wright.Uoratio ALEX. McALPIN. J>[ r. Woodruff's Dysentary Cordial

'"',';1. Ala.. and the more .. .... ... ... Routelle :321 tons, for Providence loading March 2, 1843. 7-lf Salt. ,
Fore the mean (ienoa .... ... .22.\.22-\ .9S,0IherIOrtl. Wood & Ballou. _ _ _ _ _ _
it is esteemed. time the first . ... Cholera Morbus SACKS Salt of Br.
t highly day's butchery ....... .... .- Br. Johnson 6S9 ton, fm Liverpool QOF Diarrhoea, Dysentary Q1 KC\\ Liverpool cargo
icl the manufactute of gal lSpreidl."g to the interiorand the question I I 10 For. Ports. .-.1S77 .IL62 .I3139..7797 liuntless. waiting-)W A Ac P; C Kain. I-I'U sl leS. -LI Cholera Infantum, and summer complaint of O1U ship Queen, for sale by .
II.sked and Shaving
and {or IU 00 under will nen. Paez fm LiverTAIR, Hat Clothes Teetb.Nail hildren for sale by Dec 2 J. DAY & Co.
others 402 :
tenor 10.1 r tome! Alt tone I I Sew york.... .... ..wi .o9i1.11l12s73Oflotori Cinberland (Br.) Powers, tons Brushes for sale by _
I (1 t by many on account oj! eyes are now towards! tuc ........ .. ... .fn..fkU.I.5J: () pool waiting Day & Co. loadFeb 21 H F ABELL. Feb 3 J. C. ALLEN. Razor Strops.

I 1 lull it ignites and burn'1: lthe' great chief comes with two Providence: .. .... ... .10.\I.I9\.3J' Mifonna, Mitchel 439 tons, for Liverpool Razors. and Emerson's Strops: just re-
.(ws (lat with one excf?* three thousand Lianaros and the soldier Philadelphia: ... ....... .... \ \ D B Wood 239 tons&,Co.for Boston, loading-D Thomsoiiian Medicines, WADE & BUTCHAR'S and Rodgers &Son's CHAPMAN for sale by .

'awa contains Oior'*. totst courage enouSl 'to face t lel swift, I..hlmore.... ... .. .1180..11. > .160 15 Wood Co. received and for sale by Razors for sale by Feb 24 H F ABELL.

'her American butiroioou. bl00j; lnd sharp' lances, we shal have some New Orleans........ ........!!..6S'1..6. .12.. 22 Mary* Jane, Flitner, 316 tons, for New Votk, .JUST-.-----.----3-------------------.----J.---C.----ALLEN.-----.---- Feb 24 II F ABELL. _Lancets.- "

now work' mon2 us- President is Olherlortl.Total j 051t205.)5( .32211 Kading-Nourse, Stone Ac Co. Irish Potatoes and Onions. Soap for sale by SPRING and Thumb Lancets, jest received.

mUSI f.I'IOg 8-1000 horsemen. few days TOTAL-EALES..t.3 -I .4OUO \ BRIGS. FINE article for sale by CASTILE H F ABELL. sale by ,

I ( 'ucrCp., )Ir. urL ,,?rJ, determine( Should another opportu- :_ Henry ntaster.l\ck\ Woodside, }0tons., U1..t Jago A Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water t st. Osnabnr-s. Feb 21 l II ABELL. ".

reliable COme otert 1 "'ih1 advise you of what is toP For Sale, it C FishiL Hobart, 222 tons for. Xew' York load. Horse and Bray 1 f\ BALES Georgia Osnaburgs, on consign- Henry's Magnesia, '.. "

; a 50 cents 8'-\0 i.Wieli THE Printing Office of the Commercial ig"AX dodge. sale cheap. Apply to 1\J ment, for sale by TUST received and for sale by '
'. or about four lrm*' .b embargo has just been laid on ." Apply to New Ca&tU :5wirr. 224 tons for Philadelphia FOR 11 E. McCULLY W Water st. Dec J. DAY Si Co. I. J Feb24 H F ABELL.I :

;pioduction of cotton( not ceared.I Feb. 21,161 I ?. J. L. WYMAN. loadi\A N McKay k Co.





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- . .-1'tcollector's: Sale. ,I Wock 13-1 lotsnos 3-10 10 incIuive unimproved : PKOSPECTUS JOF I : 1Lt' i11 Notices.CHANCERY.. I Dry Goods. FRESH -'-

-t t block 1: lots nosJ: to 10 inclusive unimproved : _. subscribers ARRIVAL OF
-.. iO V virtue of the authority in me \'estcdbJ law, !: block 1:;lots nos 1 2 3 6 1 S.9 10' unimproved : Tn}: --:.--- ----ff----: --'-.-' THE offer for sale a large and sea- : Drugs, medicines Paints

.D I will expose to sale, before the Courthouse I block li7: lots n031 to 10 inclusive unimproved : IN stock of Dry Goods, consisting in Dye-Stuffs, P og
Door, in the.City of Apalachicola, on Monday.the ; block 13S lots nos 1 to 10 inelufive unimproved 1 I FLORIDAW HIG, Franklin Circuit Court. part ofNegro : THE undersigned returns, aft

8th lay of AIayklb, between the hourrfof-ten block 139! lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Thomas Orman, 1 ;. Kerseys and Linseys, to his friends and I the hia t
real !lock lots nos 1 to 10 in't'luite unimproved : A WEEKLY PAPER White and Red Flannels, it public for
A. M. and four'P.M. thd following estate, ) liberal .
Vi.William > patronage, and
block lots nos 1 23 4 5SIOunimproved: TO BE PUBLISHED LNt1I./1l11JV'y.,1. Bangupa and Tweeds, begS to iD
situated in the Citv( of Apalacliicola.: (assessed ps 11 B. Finch. ) that he is now
block lots n05 1 to 8 unimproved : Super plain black and Casameres receiving aDi
the property, of Li ;.\"is Curl i! and Joseph Dela- I block H310ts nos 1 to 10 incusve. unimproved : TUB IT being made to appear by- affidavit, that the Super English and French fancy Cloths ,. i al supply, which added to.i. -
in the
field Trustees of the Apalaclucola Land Corn- I 1 block 111 lots 1 to Ii 1 inclusive unimproved : I undersigned 'propose publishing defendant resides beypnia -the limits of the !stock, renders his assortment: unusoallJ/I*

..'.pariy,) or so modi thereof as will pay the Taxes block 1;lots to nos 1 to ] incluive unimproved : I Town of Marianna, Jackson county, 1-lorida, a State of Florida to wit,' in' the State of New Whitney. Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrsDuffil and complete. English, French. Ct mL*

1 for 1S17, a9es3d, thereon' and in arrear unpaid : block ; lots no 1 to 10 incu iv unimproved : weekly newspaper) .with the above title. York : It is ordered that service of said bill b, BlanketsS, 9-and lOqrs American Drugs; Coametici ; --

'in the State f Florida, And the County of Franklin 'block Jj lots non 11010) !incusive unimproved : I This: paper will he devoted to Literature Agriculture perfected on said dcfendaat by publication of Marseilles Quilts, 9, JO, 11 and,12 qrs, and Druggists Glass ware, &c.,PerUIner1.&c. G1
and Science it Avill also contain the Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades are tI
block I to ,
) the cost of advertisement and lot nos it) mp\'ed : ; to Physicians
together.with : this order for four morrf tra Country Merchants
block l.m n051 to 10 inctuive unimproved: I current news of the day and articles in of an some newspaper Brown Shirting and and ot
is i support Sheeting, I the _
sale and 'iicIi said reil estate described! as in the of most liberal terms all of
printed City Apalachicola, requiring which
hloci! 1 ) lots nos I 2 3 4 7 8910 unimproved : the Whig Policy. Cotton Osnabufgs, he'I
follows, in.ttwMap uT sai J l City, viz. : him to and said bill otherwise it pure and unadulterated.
I block ; lots no I 2 3 47 89 II) unimprovd : The want of local been appear answer Cotton Drilling and
: a papehas) severely Ticking,
Block A, 4, lot nos. J to I I, inclusive, will be H.
range 11,11! (:( 15-lots l'oS 1 tu 1) inclusive ulJ proved : felt in Jackson, Walton and Washington counties taken pro confessq; Linen and Cotton Checks, F. ABELL
tinimpitoved; block A, rin-je' 2, lots tioa. 1, :, G, : hlok 15J! lots nos 1 to ]) iclnsi\'c unimproved : establishment At Chambers Sept/20, 18.17.GEORGe Irish Linen Wholesale Retail Drnal
and has led the cf and
,. 9,' 11, :1,3, 1 unimproved ; block A, range 2, : block H7 lots nos 1 2 3 1 8 !9'I() unimproved : this> to proposed .. S.. HAWKINS. Bleached Cotton Shirting Sheeting, 45 Waterstr ,

lot no.". ft', iO, 12; improved ; block B, range: block ; lots I"S Ito 10 !inclusive! unimproved : Journal. A True Copy. ','. t' .Judge, &c.. Shirting and Sheeting, I Apalachicola, Nov. 21, IS 16.
The to obtain sufficient English, French and American .. ... .
nos. 3, 1 ", 9, 10, 17, unimproved ; block i blOe1, 1t1) lots n05 1 to W inclusive 'ummlrovcd : undersigned hope patronage W. VALKEAU, Clerk; Prints, ----- ----------- ------ -------------.------.------------ p
1lot l bts 13. II 1, block t block 171)) lots nos I 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved : to enable them to commence its publication Extra :super, plain and twilled Ginghams, Drugs andg -5---
: : October2S nlcdlcine
raugii2 11' unimproved ; I ISiT. .H-Im .
block) lots 1 ) inclusive tlie'1stoSetember. "y Super Cashmere
to unimproved d'Ecosse
15, rane 2, bts no*. 2,3, I, 5G, 11 I 1 12, improved Jt nos J : by -- -- .' THE I subscriber has
i block ;lots nos 3 to ) inclusive unimproved : TERMS Three dollars annum i in bdvance. WAI/TOX '. oui'i Extra super Muslin de Lame and t'
unimproved )i 1 per CIUCJJI'J. c ,
block C, 1, 1 I-MSII-H. :31, I 13, 10.' I constantly have,on hand
; rang
block! ; lots nos 1 2 3 i 7 9 10 unimproved : C
t $3 50 if paid within six months 1 UO at the English, Scotch and Americao tll
block C 2 lots !9) 1 In Chancery.Thomas of
range nos. block asr.rtmet DRUGS
; 1,1,12. 177 10ls.nos 1 to 11)) unimproved : Italian aM
incm end of the Super black and
13, unimproved ; block C, range 2, h.ti 10 block 17S lots IIS 1 10 J) inclui\c unirnproed : year. Barkar, ) Black Silk figured Silks, CINES, which he will warraniill
BENJ. G. LtDDdfr & CO. Cravats and
2, a 1,5, l.r, improved; block. I), r.leloti nos. Loc! 179 lots nos 1 :31 6 7 S 9 10) unimproved : vs. > Petition (for Divorce. fancy Hkfs, and of the best qUaIT., *

:J.7, 8, 9, unimproved; block D, range ', btsnos. ; ISo lots rios 1 to It) inclusive, unimjro\'ed : July :.n, lS-17. Sarah Samanth Barker. ) ; Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, Merchants and Planter will ,

1,2, i 5, improved: bbck Jennie I, kl"t noj.n4 j. block li lots nos I 21 5 5 9 10 : LEONARD SCOTT- & CO'S LIST OF IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, English and American Cotton Hkfs, to their advantage lo call, examine and fic4

: 5, 10,17ISimprO'c,! ; block I K, rt .' 2, I-Iu k 152 tots nos I to 8 inclu"ive unimproved : by affidavit made in this case, that the defendant Madras and Verona head Hkfs, Goods, before purchasing elsewhere price

13 1'? 17 '1s ly $ : hloch: 14'hfsnos I to ]/) incIuivt unimproved : FOREIGN PERIODICALS. Sarah Samantha B Vker Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, N. B. Physician's
lots' nss.7,8, 13, If 1, nmprovedblack I resides beyond prescriptions
block lots
151 nos I to inclusive unimproved : Satin i pot
J K, ringj : 1"1 '. I, imjrrjve 1 ; 1,101:( 1 lots nos I to J) tduive : PUBLICATION, .0? the jurisdiction of the State of Florida : It is ordered Super Cotton and Flax, Marseilles & Worsted Vestings, care and accuracy at any hour of theda> or tip It
: )1 Thread
-block F, r.\' -? 2, .IIn'I'. .".,
.unimproved; ; bbrk 1 H, i.m.r.? I I >Jj. urn. :'>, >. Illck 1ST lots nos 110 1 11 I) incu tnclwvc unimproved : TIIS: EDINBURGH REVIEW, and answer the said petition within three Plain Jaconet and and 1!'tl Cambric Swiss and checked Muslins, March 2! Cor Centrand Commerce :

10, 11, 1'J, l";, 2'J, u.umpiw.-d; ; bl-tck i I, r.w"I': IlOk! ISS lots nos 2(; 7 8 ) ulIiIlulroved : bloci THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, months alter the publication of this order, or the Needles Muslins, WILL BE -

jbtsti.s. 3j 1, r, 'i, 7, ", U. 1 i" I n I I. I iu I : I n I, j I $) lots nos G 7 8 9 unimproved : block lot THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW'; said petition w;ill be taken for confessed ; and it Pins, Tape &c. &c PL-BLISHED AT WASH1VTOX D. C.

l:;, IG, 17,,'d ; MKJ'; .: nt:g-i 1, l.t ios67 89 10 unimproved. AMI)' is further ordered that this order be published in New Which York have been selected with great care in On the seventh of Dectmbtr ntxtU31BEi .
no,3, I, T>, 'i s 7, s, .i', D, 11, 12, 13, 11, 11.lf I \VlIAltF LOTS. some newspaper} in the Western Circuit of this Bostun,from I Importersand Agentsof I \ : ONC

i-",, 17, IS, ks uimrv. -4 ; !bbrk!' J, raJUe %J 101) feet lot Xo 12; 50 feet foot of Leslie BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAG.\ZINE.} State for th'space of I three months. Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and OF TilE

lots nojs.,1, 2. :: 4, 3. 0,7.x.; j), ;.i. If! 12.1 in.. : street ; 10U: feet No ; 100 feet lot No 17 ; (J EG.( HAWKINS, Judge W. C. are now offered at wholesale or retail I on favorable
lo H The above Periodicals! in New terms by W:I. G. UNITED
reprinted PORTER Jc STATES
13, I:**, 17, l >. !:f, '? ', tni':1\\.1: ; Lbrk I K. 1101 ftet lot No 1!) ; / foot of Centre street; January (15, 1M t 1. ;Im.t ; REPORTE
York their arrival the British Del"i: .'
immediately on : I, 1S17
ranjj I. l bis n'); J.I, :t, 1, ;, 7. n, I n' 4 u.1 <;0 feet South( I part of bt No 20 i ; :30 feet X 0111 by ------- -- ------- ---- -- -- -11 I Uuter street. I A Daily Journal of Government, Le ulafi, '
in \ -
steamers a beautiful clear fine white Chambers ------- --- -
12. I. I 1, 11. IP", I, i IN I Jj, 2J, iII'r.,1 ; ; uait I fit lot No .22 ; '.#i 0 let foU of Chestnut : type, on CAKD. Generalevvs.. e*,.
iMrigJ '' hi I, '! :tfl i ., : paper and are faithful copies of the originalI3r.Ac1weD's .\1'A L.CIIICOL.DEC.. 2), g 17. A .w
Mock K, : _, ,tun. IOu f.>d lot No 25; 90 I feet foot of Cherry st THK subscriber j isTnow
o MAGAZINE being exact facsimile Subscribers take this method of inform- enabled] to
10, 11 1, 12, H:, 14, 11, 11, r7, l' ly, /, tuuiij.: i .\I-l-\\ Land! lyini; on the West side of the1.laldlicllb an John M. Caruochan. ) imi TIlE the f completion of Ins. annoou**
of the Edinburgh! edition. : for account and citizens of Apalachicola and its vicinity j arrangement for the
proved ; block L. btJ. WI:. 1 2, If, i, !, 0, 7, % H.w, North and West of (the City of \:1. ( [t incut of a well-organized! eslabr'
The prices of the RE-PRINTS less than partition.UPON that they have now hand and independent
J. 10, 1 11,12.1)1 : I 11.1:, "jr.. I 17, 1?>, lI, ''). UIn-; I to the \\Tc4er boundaries of are one Ceorge K. Walker, and well selected the
third! of th'i-so of the foreign copies, and while t Stock GOODS, which will be f General Go
provel ; black M 1 1. !'.l. IK*. 1 I. i, :!, 1, ; Ij,-'. S, t rratiklui: : Count} ; also, St. Vincent's St. they afiidavit of Complainant's Solicitor that !'1 iiiiM '
JIIt well afford] all advantage sold low consisting i in follows
are equally got that
tl, 12, 13, I II, l 15. Id;, t 17, I-. 19 20, mum- (;eol/c's M.tml, and Do; Ibbnd, ( of up, they Defendants mentioned! in said: Bill do part as : The features of the i
1,1 to the AMERIC.VV the &VGI.I-H Cloths and Casimercs'arious I landing United
proved; block N, lot;m*. 1,2?, ::, -4,5;, 0;, 7;', y., that portion: (if St. Georges and! Dog 1 bland owned reader.; over lot reside within this Circuit, but within the Fancy Prints, do. styles do. [rrter will be the fll
1U, 1, 12 1 H, N, i:, I 10 i 17, 1", I '.4, -0, unimjirnvcd bv tliC 11. S. Government) ; also all Lands lyin United! States: r It is ordered that notice of the Alapaca Lustre: do. I I Knrly fst'-J/isnr' of tie mor

; hl.!('; 0, lts :)'1". 1 I. :?, 3 t, I, 3, G, -, *., 9, Rit. 1 of I the JJay of Apalachicola and boidering TERMS' tittiti'in of this suit, and the filing ot the Silks, l rode ; Figured, I raiioi Jspii-Itnit.' of the ito mlnt.olaI

10, 11, 12., 13: 11 1, 1 n, I hi, 17, I l&, I l-.i, 20, unimproved : ]- till St. (; -crg'' j's Sound, and running Kea-t to the I'YYMCM' TO BE MADE I.V ADVANCE. amended; Bill, be given in some newspaper published do. Montellado. Rvnc, 'fereic.- atar-! ,'11,41.f'mtllt f :. the prw", lilt..
; bbck P, 1 lt no,. I 1,2, :31-, 3, 0, 7, > ini>;ith: of New Uivcr, from thence in direct lineto For any one the four ne'ie$3 per annum. in the Circuit, for the spice of four Satin Striped I 11 R&-tIi:4: '-* th.- CI ", vv i, 'I i.,. ,fc

S), 10, U, 12, 1:, 11.1 I.i. H\ 17, 1's, 19,:I), Haltl-: the Cliipola:, Cul-oif, following the Ap.ilachi- For any two, un. j" months,and if upon due proot of the appearance Fancy Cashmere! Robes :'w'u; !. mi-i tjilev.( I"l-I.; g'r \t\;

provvd ; b'.n'k! Q I 1.1! tr 1, -,', :'j, -1., : 0, 7, S, .{ cob Ilivvr down to its mouth, including I'orbe's For any three, d->. 7" of said notice in some newspaper so published (Ii). Merino do. ,fi.r ( t.LiIr.! iiit riii.iti .i>, lh- .ffcci.iuriaaifc.. : '

9, 10, I 11,12.: 1L! I II I, r, l'i i,17 I h, I El, uum- Mind (so called); the whole! containing :'JOWJacre For all fl'lr of I the Reviews f S for the t time mentioned, t he said defendants do di,\. Delaine do. I jhe! tre u .;..tly to ci U'.rntir.irdip.p: rtr t

provvJ ; Irt.vk; S. l,'is 11 1 tj.i I, inclusive; of third quality of Land, and 10UO' of id! For m.1ckwooI'sIaazinc.( ,.': not appear to said bill by the next rule day.which M i-lins, J India: Bonk ;! of the nsr iU'j'l'ltUlt, thoJ

unimproved; ; block I, 1,1t!IUM .1,- uumjrvd1lik ? : 'Iu.llila per returns made by the -\5- (!3i-r of ''II For Black wood and the I !e'ic'IOJO I shall come after twenty days from the expiration! do. Svvi'-s: Luce and Colored !: racier t

I, lot: niiu'irovi'd: : bl.'ck :3:, lot no. !9.I State Taxes for Franklin County. fjr/-; All communications should be addre-'sed of said period of four months it is further ordered Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread I IF The 1' s f.xta; Rtjnrf* .f f!, Trotnfa.and

blocs ], Lit ;?, |, 'i 5,7, .", ui-: JOHN that the bo taken confessed I ; ;
uiiimpnived ; : 1 ii. LUCAS, Sheriff: (post paid) tOLEONRD same as Shawls, Damask! S.'lkI I JhbftHojthr :/,;:' /;.tuif'.* i'oi.1j fcf, |

i mro': ; ht)k 1 1, lot a2, imnrowd ; hlne and Kv-OfficioTax Collector Franklin Co. SCOTT & CO Publishprs! against them.GEO. I .). Marino, f! tJiepr! i nf-tirisbr.ur.rt ti> tiuni-h ',,..iy[ I\

5, lu1 ':? fn xii l'J-ive, 11:1imlru\.d! ; Ll'lk! Apalachicola, Nov. .1, IS (17. 12-fim. T'J Fulton St., New York. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c. do. Plaid Wool I! lgt'.\ III :1t'c.naru"t'rh t t-! f,-n> I..t( (bet& Itr;..

T, nos. I 7, S, 1*), improved; block: 0, ) Sheriff's Sale. -- -- -- --- ---- CARMACK & SPRATT, Kid, Lace and Silk GlovrsTu | tract made at tl.e rl,.:e it l" (the I b,r sewr,,:,

nos., h 7, 8. 0, 1t, uii.n'Jreved: : block. 0 j, lots' If> virtue of two fi. fas., to me directed, ficm Fusisi GOODS; Compl'ts S liciors.A "kan: Gip-f-y: i Ilt1et", latest taiifn! I tflr. rt'Ttt arnngf: : rat-t"?" n. vv rr.a "S: 3, 4, .inrov.d:; l; blyck 7,.lotsjios. 1J, : -J, I 1'9), BY True Copy. WM. VALLEAU, fully secure tn the Stm.ate *
the Circuit Cyurt if Franklin county, one in No. 39 Water-street. Ribbons in all.varieties ,1 n.t tnJI: i
Hrmnprbve.1! ; Mod 7,lotiio! <:u",' 7SiirVrJ! : favjjt $( GVor fnclairaHa"JJne'ia"rH.Vuf.6f'f.: } S Dec, :30.-, .50-1m.. Clerk. Brown; and 3f States ") autfiet.tic and 'on'l.ide> | rt'c..rd lii.1I
T1ECE1EU BG"i Shirting, 7S11 { : <
r ; ;
Mbrig aiiarnj .
bloCii btno'. :3', 1, 3, il, 7, S, ; p< &-iTf ; S I Dc-batts'aT.d.
8 u\'nprv\ct J.'s.. Henry Hodges, I have levied upon 1\ Elizabeth from In Cliahccry'-Frniklii County. Bleached do. ?-S, :-.1,1-1.10-1 a'udlM ; to th ;'e"jl'-1:1.1 ,'."..IIJ t'nlar, '
block lot 1, 1, 7, S, 9' unimproved : New York--
; ,
; : =ref-the beittfif f
I the
tl (
irid will to sale to the highest bidder at Blanket 6''t 1 4 lJd S- f experience
block 10' lots i nos. :3, S, inimr-n-H, ; block: ]lo, expose SHOES-Calf "Clay Tics ; do Nullifies; I. Mary G.. en. b) In. r next Ih:. ., } md !trttt-mir.shi > t.\ that body saP
I the Court House 'door, I the Council 1 Chamber,that Ingrain and Cotton | to "t.lch
lots nf 1, 7, I improved:l ; bbck: 11 1 bt-si': I< .1, ", Rubber Over Shoes, with !leather heels vs. V Bill for Di- Carpeting have ever looked with solicitous u
the of Court in thC ( atd lfj
being Carpet Bags -
place holding City Ipalachicoh. S rf?
unimproved( ; block 11 I, lots tuis 4'., 7, ::1, ]In i and soles. James Green, Defendant. ) vorce. ;
.\ Franklin the first Mon- Hats and al! 5 1regmri. 5I
county, on Caps styles
bb.-k: 1". lots i.os. 4, U. I'), unimproved : HATS- Ainidons, Beaver and Moleskin, in ,
unimproved ; dJY in M-trch next, within the legal hours of sale. TIm Court having been assured by affidavit Boots: and Shoes I I ill I I Tlif ri<.r",Iinz* ami fi.batrs inweoJ }\
block l 17, no. y, ; block extreme fashion ; also, a variety suitable the above that lie,
; the following dc-cribed property, to-wit : The complainant cause, Clothing ot all kinds. I Hi-lire* i t'jIirewi 11 a\Is (,, ?i V. nv" '

17, lots ms. t 0, 7, improved! ; ; bi.vk! H, If.!;0'') dwelling house, situate in the city of Apalachicola to country trade. James Green resides beyond the State of Florida Also a neat assortment of JEWELRY: and t 'tuSli."#,. Irar! afr..II: anti the ufn--r pr, mn-_

2, 3, 5, C 7, S, y, mirnproveJ; block! !l-, l l->t Ill lot numcer ten, block number nine, corner GLOVES-Kid, Silk, Linen, Woolen and Buck, but within the United States, it is ordered I that a many other articles too numerous to mention. I Hide. DiihJavV; ncord will he ((.tTll'ltlf.'

no. 4, improved; ; b'mck; 10, lots r.nj. l tu lo, inclusive ot.all varieties. hearing be had the facts charged in said I made a .d! the; ,
of Centre and Liveoak streets, property of HOSIERY upon; Call and examine fur01Jrs.. lvvs. "i'; appear: in R.-j: ,rtir n,,,
$ bbck '!'I, lots na :i tn I1), Cotton, Woolen and Silk.
; ; bill at the regular term of Court next
uinre. : .1.f ndl.t. JOHN LUCAS Sheriff.Hy : en-uing: M. N. SCOTT t mnerrtir.g.I
: & BROTHER; : ,
inclusive, taimaro\'e1: : ; block 21, lot no. 5, i improved B. LUCAS, D. S. few fdsionable Pilot Over Coats, the date of this order, and thereupon to pass a Dec ::3 Cor. Wafer and Centre sts. 1,1 Synsptintl I'inc of the PrOut "r

; Ulocii.l" <."", i in la-idCtjloinclu! I : J'>". aa, iiu 2-lds Black S lck, Pants Vests, &.c. decree in the same manner as it the defendanthad mill IMtfttet nj ml the >!ale LHZHHUIUH.I :
sive, unimproved! ; libck 2!, bits IO I 1,3, untin. Jan 13, Ibis. M. P. ELLIS. and in Court Pro- B. be I:
appeared were present : Ellison & Co., Cor. IV:JI or antI regularly Driven. Member* III r"..rt.rp.palt ,'
proved block 2'J, bt-s nos. G, 7, s'), u.iimuruvcd: ; Siu'I'iO"s .Sale. -------- of this order shall iT
; viiJeJ ul'vu. lmt a Copy; Jiavo ca,,*- ot readers will thus be I Isvstenateajv
% I III I I 11 I IDS:; St. Croix Chestnut sis. kq.f
block.21 I,lot nos. I, 2.3,G,7,'S,'.I, 1 '', ni1ilpr4W'dblock : virtue ot a mortgige fieri facias, to me die fj Siuar; been: published! in some newspaper of this State mJurrrd of Dor-t tullt jj
BY 13 do New SHIP CHANDLERY.: !tuHi L'glslall
2:, lots n ).. 3, .1 1, ,1, t t, unimproved d ; block! d, from the Circuit Court of Franklin 20 bbl St Croix Orleans Sugar< ; for) (the space of three months at lea
2-3lots ni! 1 I. : 0,7, ', 10, uniiajTovpil; bbck County, iu favor of Henry G. Guvon versus Jane .' bxs Stcwait's Loaf first day i.f said term, ind due proof of said publication 1,\1AXJLT.\1 \Vcrmnlirwii! line, "izCs. V Early Inltlli!i nee of all /w/-:.untJili : p'
27, Jots 1 to I'Ji-Kl-isiveunimproved; ; bl irk! V.illou, Adm'x estate of J.V.. Flaveldeceaed, be mrt.'lf to said Ciurt.GEO. Spun'arn.O.t.lm. -
.no ) in the ,
I 10 bbls ground \ ;iwrm Oil I, rallt1"! \V1ah rift OintlIo : Lfgifiiturt iff Gttnt EIIluII ,:
2S, lots no3, G, 7, S, 1'), unimproved: ; blnr'j: : ind William Valleau, her hoiband. I have levied 100' sacks Rio Coflpe .10"do Java S. I HAWKINS, Judze, .c. Lir.s.d do, IL1\\ do, lil..d d\l. : 'irits, 'furl'ains Jiaieeill hI'; bv e\vi

29, lots no>. 3, 4-, 0, 7, S, 9:., 1''), unimproved: : ; on I the south halt ot Lot ., lock! 15, and the improvements 10 bvs Aromatic ; ; A True Copy. ; ,."mint.; \\grmIow ;; 1:5. Paly. \ -- rn>m Ein: >!'', thnm It rf p<,rt-rs !H.i l.rdt, Irar. :

block '3), lot 0. >, utiimiuwed: ; bl-vk! .11, lot-; thereon, being the premises rrr.rt- ill) i\izmf'd I ii.], Tobaccp.; '\ JtI.L1'ALL.U, Clerk I:I'd d-i, y..Ifdm'} ('hrnm l;r..o, j i Puris wh-; \ ossi-ss |,-iliur laciijti., f; r iifi II II:

nos. 5, S, 9, 1,1, u ij-npnivel; ,! ; bl-ick ;f 2, bt 11,3.. giged by J. W. Flavel, deceased to pl.iintilf: in ) ; ,\pJLthicfll.1. Doc.'J.'i, .I INI7._ :1)--:1:: 1'mt'rlld: do, Irni.erhil do. C'hrllllJ.! 't'loY!! t'r- I I in:' i?.rrrittit-n.: *
:I 0) .
1, 2. 3, G;, 7, -, 'J. !", uniinor-nvd ; :block, :33: lot.-, execution, and \\'iIl expo:c time same fir sale at Spcria Caixllrs-OQbxs hrown Soap; ----- --- dili. Lirh4ragt Oul'hur.! Yami-h, Cp;: i 1 I The GfttTiil .Vui9
bloc'! :'Ji J 1 lots ti I!U ) btgs Shot ; 5'! kegs Pawdcr; Ctlhn] : C'irciil; Court.FallTeim do, Tar,, l'ir.-ll, 111r.tiItine Cnal I'liel j "llhf ran vni!! .
nos. G, 9, iruin,>Mwd ; : n )S. : I the usual hours of sale, in front of the .Market ; ; in a conder.-ed fora *
10, inclusive, u : 1 ; bl l,)fk lots nos 1 ,. House, Apahchicola, that being the usujl pi ice I lO.i'j( lbs Lead ; I lj:, 17 iruslieamnh do, T.lrd". :cruh do_ Clamp d.. .1 gven iLtitioll. with if nu-m jndii:

u-iiiair..ved bl-:ek :5, lots no-i. ;! J-'JO ki-gs White Lead, No. I,Extra and Pure.For.aleby David J. Mear, ) -. I.'iiii1' flick m Ch.II/ \\'1iiting, 1:11i! DICi! ::-,-
in March
the! first
G, 7, S, y, ; ; for holding Court, on Monday WM. G. PORTER & CO. !li-h do, J''tton do. Heavy Iiavendo, Light do Such is a !brt; f ,'ii.d what tie rll'
to 10 inclinivi., ; 37, ]lots no-. next said Ii la.JOHN. vs. > Bill for DivorceElizabeth '* i
'J'llnpr.II \ to satisfy Will It', niiu-and Il:.d Buntic tate"'nt'pTrt J,d le'Ignfd be ikJ
Dec :JO .11 1 W.iter j'[K-r do, ti. All the
4,5,6,7, ,9, M.'I --nimprovvd ; bok! :3 j., lotnos. LUCAS, Sheriff, : ) do TdflvS Shii
Si'ikes; Boar do, Brad, Screw.-, arrar'Ufrnent* have br.nv t II n.arund1 ,
-- : ,
t' 2 to'), in-l'JMV ', :Ii7)9roV'd: ; block :3t''I.III.I Bv fl. LUCA-, Deputy.Apilachicf.1.1 LIFE PILLS AND PIKIIXIX-: IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court ,. Jack Screws, Anchors. Handspikes. Caji-tain the hope i is rrt.fitfrr.tly! .! :': j"ul.\ iriutthe4*;'

nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, Ilimlr\: ; block i II),: Feb. 3 I, iS 1' 1\i HITTERS, ju-t received and for sale by that thi1 defendant resides Lut t f the Western liars, Oars Blocks! Jsiiives, Jib: Hanks. Hand S. R"JHlrlt'r"111 ittlf'a ti.rueliei*
: : G 7 s .f ) : : Circuit of Florid, and nut of the Stateit i N Puiu,>-, lIt : (.'.dar
r lofs nl 1, ::, .1 I, :, Itl.IImilr.I\I. Nov -J. 11. F.Hops. AlIELLIruist. ----i'i., do.Deck BroomCorn ::-, l1.triflu' drmit-d: a; IJ u.dt'
and lots I tn 10, Nelf !: Hardware, Ship Chandlery, itc. ordered that said defendant required to : do, ; -, :ilrVtrgcIt, .- J't-Ttf'rfly ftt1'f
'I block 41 42, n"is. ; appear _, : Xts5xI'
;. i.lclsi\'p. --- -- ir-l '__. n u 5-., It will Live [.Carl\ \.i\\"o/r.. ... rit. _". .. '
.:. bjock'unimproved) I ; ck! n.lotsnus. :i, !t.,, rpllK Subscribers! hive on hand for *ale- and answer this bill of com:>lairir on the l < f
bl .. -L LOCKS assorted Butts Screws in A. D. I IMs I and ill default Can eli,. Cotton do, Bout do, Fil do, J.rorrrt1r, l.vtiie. NTH, 51' t hurj
: 'lO.unimvroved ; 11 1, bts nls. 1 to 10, inclusive Hinges, Fall Crop, for sale bv Monday April, Irons.I.s'in Irons tract with the i i-f
>erute the I'ifnt
UniljJH-e.; block: I 13,1 l.t. 1'.1 to I1), incluilve -. Handsaw?, Millsaws, Crosscut do, Planes, FRESH 17 H. F. ABELL. thereof this said bill betaken pro c .r.fe>so, an.Ithat Huns Vipl'r>;; ,Cook's Ladles Spikes,Tormnn Shrp Sir.iper.s bound to ft
unimproved ; bloc'.c: *i, lots ni'. :3, 4, 3,. Compares, Augers, Gimbkts, Chisels,Brace -- _. -- ,- .--- -'- this order be published in some newspaper Dividers Compasses, Sail Neediest I Sail Twine, Jam no political! discui.'iis paper-.halls-: :
.. 6, 7.9\jiitnifove I ; block 17, 1 bts: n'l.. II'J lo,,I and Bitt Rules:, lievels, Squares, Broadax, Dry Goods. in this Circuit for the space of three months Seine d<>, S-'wiii? d" PollOI! :, Ki:igcirmg J. athrr, It will be vehicle of NEWS txci-f-t tl&"htnt

S .inclusive, uo 'nrwl.d: ; bb-k 1", l.,ts nos., It.I Ship do, Collins' do, Adze, Hatchets, Ham DRILLINGS, Tickings Cotton Osnaburgs., before the day ordered for the .u-l hearing. Pump do. Shovel--! H tm ier". H.ifHiet. Chisels alv !ct of opinion Ti-t- grand-fit l ,the (1.:3

10, inclusive\ unimproved; block19, lots IIL.S. Ii ] mers, Shutter Hangings, Blind do.Steclyanls, ?, Jean, Flanrul Blankets THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. Augurs Planes, Handsaws, Gnublets.: : ) Hand.-avv srriber! i: to establish, ;.t the Seat u.isi t i rt.t

to 10, inclusive, inunpr-iv.-d ; !bl i-k ;11' l.s(, NOS Counter Scales, Platform do, Cotton do, Tweeds Shirin! ", Sheetings, Checks December 7, I" J7. .1 )-m Files Rat Tail do, Iron Stjnnres.; Cupboard Lock.s a faithful ar.d ( .t ttTLtt<
-- .. ----- -- ----- -- ----- Stock do, Hook and IJIWt' prnnr-t rep rter ft' ahliirt,vl,1
'- '- 1 to I'J, iiHusive! unimproved ; block 51; !hfnos. f- Kitcnen Ware, Table Cutlery, Shovel and Ginglfttns Calicoes Delanes, Hosiery, \c. &c. Wood Saws Pendant Staples :. Padlnck", t' llienr! '_--a rt./onsille ,. f
agent, .nt.lfh
2 to 10, inclusive' U'iniiir.ved: : ; blork 02, Tongs, Fire I ron:", &c.BLACKSMITHS' K or ale by I n. ELLISON L CO. Iron, Nails, kc. Ha'ilyards J H'tnd Lines, pnlallt'iar.lhe
Deep Sea$ do, Log do Fi"h do busir.e
TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes Hand L ads. Deep) ma"!:, the manutactoi't
lots tOi. 1 t:9, inclusive, unimproved; ; bc.31 I, Bellows Anvils, Sledges, ,Dec_!9,. ,__Cor. Water and Chf-stmit sts. )0 it)') kegs Nails do. ; Sea do. Sheet do, B; Ir till, Funnel,, I.HJIlOrn".1: : Jdp r'hazir: and very r-r.r- ,"..f' rfd : |

lots nos. 1 to 10 I, inclusive, u'lijro.\! ; ) Hammers Vices, Scrcwplates, Stocks and .' Chalk Line?, Pitch Put, Log Hook, Cargo do.! ;iitlairs nt Congrn-s (tl.e '.intPrnn;
S 1 casks Weeding Hoes, asorted aNI. t nt, r.a III"I'
4 53, lots n-H 1,2,3,4,3: i. ", 9 I, ID:,, u limprowd: ; Dies, Tongs, Files, Hasps, &.c.IKON Candies. qualities,; Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's ::t all tm.t's'\\ Ilh irr.idicit .

block 50':;, lots n-n. I to 10. ,nrliiv:', u.iimjiroved : -. ] -Swceds. Knirlishand' American assorted A FEW boxes of Stewart's Rrlined Candies, 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils; Tools! Sampson: Posts.Vc \c. I It >s !bflit-Vtd! th..r the ri ntr.ce.

; block: 5-,, lots nos. I to 10, inclusive' unimproved .. round flat and s.juare; Band,Hoop,Sheet and for sale by McCULLY: 20 English and American Vises; Apalachirola. Dec 9,1S47. I Journal Lhs.I.n'r.t!, sndirtliallt J

,lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, u.i: Boiler Iron. Railroad, Spike do, Horseshoe 'Nov 1 1 if) Water st. 20) Bellows ; ..." it vfntdlittn' > n tj-rm niHplace
; within
; ---\l1IEHI-Cix the reach
bock '\
12 dozen and Shovels i-i the .sr 'afiradth' (
Iron and Nails Spades ;
Cast English Blister and
improved; k (; ),lots 1 t 3.inclusiveun' *
nCi. (
at the
b. Yardage for Cotton. :10( Collins' Axes people, c" at whatfrnisfs
< German Steel. ; Net
incluMveuu : and Twi
1 ck fli, 1014 nos. 1 tfi eCoIIIpLuy
improve ; Double Cornsliellers f for :'JOOO' bales in lower Cotton Yard. 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards ; JIanufacturinz- the a must ir.t-r.-tir.:ai.d c-ermU'I!! ref i
improved; blocks G2 Go 1 inclusive: uiimprov: t to Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws :stry f f CVnurtysH'MuI rie.-t-tjrr! ihe f t
block 70 lots no 1 10 inclusive unimprovedblock l ; Cormnills, .L6 ShoveU and Spades Weeding Hoes, Garden Feb21._I D B WOOl & Co. I 1000 Ibs Cast and German Steel, for sale by 12 CoMMEKClAL-SrRFET, recurdt-d with t.lVIr bv all rla.>es ( iheccitnnntty :
71 lots n. J to 10 ind'J\'e' tairrI'e,1block ; ; \
,1 Laue and Hoes. WM. G. PORTER & CO. (Up Stairs,) BOSTON. ; arsJ, having tits! sr.fif; his < bitrubcribt.r \*.",
72 lots ins: 1 to 1'') inclusive u.inrvedJIock : ; : Cidvr.RfJLS I ,

73 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive u.improved( ; COIUAGE-\fanilla :and Hemp, assorted Pitch, Champagne, lorsileby _Dcc_ 30 .11 Water street. Manufacturers and Dealers in Brvnn's: Patent n'ocplctythl'I'!from[ the a, ib.-r.i.odf''.

block 70. lots no.s 1 to 10( inclusive unimproved: ) ; Tar, Rosin Coal Tar, Bright Varnish, Hand. 50 Dec :$1){ B ELLISON. ., Co.Viisetr. Hoots and Shoes. Twine Stands, 1'ost t Office Twfhpi, 'Haleing ;ad: l'r.ited support State. *.r.hhtt'IItlII"I: j lIl' of r t

.. block 77 lot Mi 1 10*.10;inclusive uniinpjovel; spikes, Blocks Oars, &c. -- - -- -- -. andIcn': Russet Brogans Bundle T\\'inflsl\kCarr "d' Cotton Herring Twine, A31 IN iJ

'. block'7S lots I nos 1 to 10.inclusive unimprovedblock : i CASTINGS-Sugar Kettles, Mills and Caul. BOY'S' sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans; Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned: Flax Stenoi'ni.her ,. the A IlnlSTuX
'si lots n
block 52: lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved ; Kettles Tea Kettles &c. by MctV'LLY: [ Wm's pe 'tI and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. erel 1 Lines; Herring, Puling Shad. Bus and a lirge ar.d handsr' ,
me-hecf lifc
., ., block b'J lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimprovedblock : !; ; TIW.HF.full assort ment. '" ___Nov_ I I 'Water: st. Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes ; Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bag"; O'd, every mirnir., e.\cc[ t Sur.dass: jt,the jr< rate I )
I S I lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive; unimproved; ; Wholesale or retail. Super Ladies' coarse and fine. Calf Boots. >% Herring Mackerel Shad: ., Menhaden Seines, $G per annum.- t
J ROBERTS ALLEN & Co.Apalachicola Hydrostatic Ink JFtAFEWHyd HII ttili. fcc. 4 i
block S3 lots flU 1 to inclusive unimprovedblock ; .
A and extt'lIsi..e assrtmnemmt
l largo ,just received
'. Jan 20 iSIS. I 'oatutic t I Ilik 'lJulI'tin., Pen Racks .A*. R. .;vts ,
8'i' lots nos i to inclusive unimprovedblock ; SH'IHS knit lo onlrr nt s.'wrt
and for sale.!by WM. G PORTER & CO. In connection. the
; dailv
--- --- : Paper Folder, Stamps, Seals, notice. B. I paper, there ube *
S7 lots ms 1 to I01nclu-ive Ifirprv.dblock 11:11'1 warc. Paper Clas Dec :30 -11 Water street ELLISON & Co., Agents I i issued] from (the same establishment, I
68 lots I to 10-incluMve unimpro'edblok .s, Weights &c. for -ale; by October 1.1, I S-17.3tf' Aralachicfl.1Groceries II J I
1'1 Plain I Irons single and double Ham Nov I IS
J C ALLEN. The Mirror
of .
S'J lots nos I to lOlncluMve uannprowd PLAINS Draw Knives Augurs, Auguer Bits, Map Agents Wanted. Conjre5.T.TiUJ13 i

block hits nos 1 to loincluMve unimproved Gold Pens. subscriber. wishes engage in the sale of Arc. ,5 atiQn.wm contain eIdume11
( Spring Braces Timber Screws .rllr.
ScribesJTurn received from
.. ht. no 1 t.1 lOJncluiive unimproved FEW Woodward & Brother's Map's Vrufmber oPyoung and middle JUST Ne"w YSrfeJper brijc'A"Kl Reports; or die Proceedings and Debates d I1 f
,. bock : Marking"Guages! ; Mortice do, Saw Sets, Wood A superior a general
t)2) lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved Rules, Adzes, Wrenches Saws, Locks, Hooks God I Pens,just received and fur sale by aged men of moral and business habits, as,.tra- consisting in assortment( rf Groceries, &c. Congress; of the United State It will be .t
: l1Io's'ii
blocter03 lots n'H 1 to 10 inclusive! unimproved and Staples, ButtsScrews, Hinges, Shutter Bolts October 21. J C. ALLEN. veiling agents. Having completed new }ind Crushed part as :, ". semivveeklj. iu an elegant ijuarto form, th 1
lots 1 to 10 inclusive : editions of his Universal At'as Sugar "a fine article, out tt-.e sessions of
block 94 IKIS unimproved; greatly improved Congress and will be fumi
Brads Tacks Wire
: : Copper Melting Ladles RatTraps Pickles assorted
block 03'lots nos' :3 4 :0 7. 10 unimprovedblock ,Axes, I Hatchets Codec Mills, Sredge llam- S EtJLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the. 72 Maps ; large Map of the World Refereice Cog. Lemon Syrup", to subscribers at the rate of two Julian fct.*

90 lots nos 1 2 :3 t 0 7 ,y 10 unimproved ,. iners, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &.c. best quality, for sale Uy and Distance Map of the United States Natidial Com.Brandy do.Holland a super. article I, lonj.ession and one dollar for the short sesS*

block 97 lots noj 1 to I 10 inclusive unimlovet; For sale by It. ELLISON[ & Co. July 17 J.fc ALLEN. Map of (the United States-also, a variety of Gin of It i* believed that this great national work j
the best
block 98 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive Dec 'J. Cor. Water and sts. --- -- other Maps, including several Maps of Me.v'co, Northern quality, bee deemed indispensable in the library cf t'

'. block 99 lots nOi 1 to 10 iciiunimproved ; Chestnut Wood Ware, Ac.B the subscriber is prepared to furnish agents for Gin, Peach Brandy, : public institution politician, and pro( !'
St. Croix
block 10) lots nos 1 to 10 Provisions \RREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs Flour cash, at the lowest possible prices. and Jamaica Rum, map, t throughout thecountry and that it will
I block 101 loti nos 1 to )10: i inclusive! unimproved : UST received per schrs. Elizabeth Hull and )pails, Measures, Triys, Axhelves, buckets, Add i ess, Candles, Port and Malaga \ regarded by the great mass of the people as
Soap, and
,. block 102 lots flOe 1 to 10' inclusive unimprovedblock Santa Rosa, from New Orleans Brooiis, &.c. &.c. for sal.- by S. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL,! N. 0. Rectified Starch very beet political text book for their owning

103.lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ., T.O bbls Flour; 20bxs Cheese; B. ELLISON & Co. Northeast corner of Market and Sevenh Brown N. Whiskey tion and that of their children.

f block loa lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved 10 hfbbls Butter Crackers; ]10 firkins Butter; Dec 0. Cor. Wajer and Chestnut 'sis.B06T.S. Dec a.t Streets, Philadelphia. Bacon Sides Muscovado, &c. &c. and. St.Croix Sugar, -

block 103() lots nos 1 to 10( inclusive, unimproved L : 10() bbls Pilot Bread 20 Leaf Lard : ; -'------- IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
inclusive ; keg ; Shoes and Brogans, by the ca ;; Blank Books and Stationery. All of which will be sold low by Throughout the session
lOG lots 1 to unimprovedblock of
block no! 50! lbs Hams Congress,
t ) Uaggd '
: super ; "Shoes and Buskins ; Journals, Day Books, &c. E. McCULLY will be issued
107 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimprovedblock LEDGERS from the office of the"ti1
hhds 0
3 N
103 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive i unimproved : Which will be sold Sugar low; by .. S. Men's" Boys" and Youth's" Brogans ; Foolscap and Letter Paper; Nov 11 50 W,>>er st. States Reporter," containing the reports a:'j

block 109 lots nos 1 to l inclusive unimproved d McCULLY finesew'dBrogans:;; Cotton Memorandum Books ; Groceries such Debates as may possess peculiarly exciti'
Jar. (0 E 50 Water
; st. .
block 110 lots nos 1 to inclusive i unproved Men'spegged Boots; Ship and River Bills Lading; 10 interest .

: block ill lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved'I.: Oil COlls'.glllllcnt. fine s wed Boots; Boooks for Letter Press. IL Northern COFFEE, Java do, St. .Domin o do, All subscriptions and communications'8'postpaid S

.. block 112 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved received Russet Brogans. For sale by Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks, Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar, and addressed

L block 113 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; JUST on consignment" B. ELLISON & CO., Just iccqived and for sale by St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea, S ,
Celebradad Hyson do
ID inclusive I : Segars, Powchong dok, Souchong do Goshen A.
114 lots nos 1 to unjmprovedblock ,
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block lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : (G dozen Reserve Madcria, and Molasses, Whiskey Mess and Prime Beef, 1S47.
Camphor !ust All
16 re Ga. den Seeds. Mess S*
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block lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved| I: G Regina" Port, Q ceived and for sale Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon, who *
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block 118 lots nos 110 10 inclusive uiimproved : j" Cherry Cordial, ALAGE Tongues Cod Fish Tongues, this 'ff\ ;
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A Meeting of the Whigs of Jackson
took place last Monday, to take into consid-
eration the propriety of calling a general
Meeting of the Whigs of the West, to se-
lect suitable persons as candidates for Gov-
ernor, Representative in Congress and Pre-
sidential Electors,--such gathering to be
convened at Eucheana, Walton County.

The Tallahassee Sentinel suggests the
name of the Honorable SA'L W. CARMACK
for Governor, and says that the Judge would
probably serve if elected. No man is more
favorably or better known, and no one would
be more acceptable to the people of the
West than Judge Carmack. His election
to the honorable post of Governor of the
State, would be a just tribute to his sterling
integrity and would confer unfeigned pleas-
ure on a large number of devoted friends in

The Whigs o~f einseer nT r
diana, Georgia and Virginia, have announc-
ed their preferences for Taylor.
The Whig State Convention of Virginia
terminated its session on Friday last, after
the adoption of the following resolutions:
Resolved, that in the opinion of this Con-
vention, founded upon the evidences before
it, General Zachary Taylor is the choice of
the Whigs of Virginia for the Presidency of
the United States, and we therefore recom-
mend him as such to the National Conven-
tion, to be held on the 7th day of June -next,
in the city of Philadelphia.
Resolved, nevertheless,, That the Whigs
of Virginia pledge their cordial support of
any Whig member of that Convention.
Hon. John M. Botts offered a substitute
for the resolutions, declaring it inexpedient
to express any opinion as to what individual
should be presented as a candidate, and
pledging the support of the members of the
Convention to the nominee of the National
Convention. The substitute Was rejected,
81 to 27, and the original resolutions adopt-
ed, the first 87, to 18, the second unani-
mnously.--Charleston Courier.
The City Council passed an Ordinance
on the 6th inst. providing that all Hogs
found at large in the streets of the city after
the 21st inst. should be killed by the Mar-
shal. Hog owners had better look out and
save their bacon."
Listen to this account of the condition of
the French people, furnished by one of their
own journals, the Reforme. Out of a popu-
lation of about 33,000,000 there are now
4,000,000 persons clothed in rags; 20.000,-
000 who never wear shoes; 180,000 who
never eat wheaten bread ; 27,000,000 who
cannot get wine to drink-not drugged, as
here-31,000,000 too poor to afford sugar ;
31,000,000 fbrced to abstain from the use
of meat.

have a brother who was born there myself.
My brother has often seen the kangaroos as
well as myself feeding upon clams by the
sea-shore, admiring the sweetness of the
meat and shaving themselves with the shells.
The kangaroo is remarkable for his valise,
which is a natural decavity in his abdomen,
into which he puts his kittens and is ex-
ceedingly portable. These are the guinea
pigs from the island of Guinea ; they are as
yellow as guineas, and cost one guinea
give any credit to the opinion of cometo-
graphs, 1848 will have the advantage of wit-
nessing the return of a large and beautiful
comet, mentioned by historians and chroni-
clers of 1264, and which was observed in
1556 by Fabricius. It is known that in the
month of March, 1556, a singularly brilliant
comet was seen, equal in magnitude to a
half-moon.- Its tail was rather short, it was
not invariable it its lustre and its light, and
bore great resemblance to the flame of a
candle agitated by the wind. It terrified
the Emperor Charles V, who, convinced
that the moment of his death was approach-
ing, exclaimed, it is said, "His ergo indi-
eiis me mea fata vocant" "In this brilliant
sign I read my approaching end." This
panic contributed greatly, if we can believe
the historians of the time, to the design
formed by Charles, and which he put into
execution a few months later, of abdicating
in favor of his brother Ferdinand. The
famous Halley, the friend of Newton, deter-
mined the orbit of this comet, which it has
been proved was similar to that followed by
a beautiful comet which appeared in 1264.
From thence it has been concluded that the
comet of 1556 was a return of the comet of
1264; that ibis comet employed 292 years
in accomplishing its revolution round the
sun, and thus it must appear in 1848. It
now remains to be'seen whether the comet
will conform to human provisions or deceive
them; whether the appearances of identity
be a delusion, or the expression of a reality.
At all events, it is fitting attention should be
excited to an event which, if it be realised,
would be of very great astronomical impor
tance.-[London News.
The highest peak of the Rocky Moun-
tains is 12,500 feet, and James' peak is

ALABAMA COAL..-A bed of coal has been
discovered at Tascaloosa, Ala., and the morie
it is used the more highpiy it js'esteemed. For
blacksmiths use and the manufaturetof gas,
it isconsidered superiorto all'others, and for
fuel it is preferred by many on account Pf
the freedom with which it ignites and tmrnu.
Exact ,analysis shows-that, with one excep-
;ion, the Tuseato&a, coal -coutains maore-
,arbon than any otffer American btiimiahouf
coal. '' "
coal. d

05'Our Indian Oor.ncr'op, Mr. Burke
estimates, from very reliable data,.at540,00,,
000 bushels, equal", at50 centrea bushlel,'-to
270,000,000 dollars, orabout four (6ines tbi
value of the whole production ofI&dI61h.-"

[Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.] ,
There is no doubt, as the Union" states, 9
that at the moment when Mr. Adams was
stricken with palsy, he was rising, with his '
eye fixed on the Speaker, to present the
Vattemere papers, and to give a resume of s
the articles, books, manuscripts, medals, Al
prints, &c., which Mr. Vattemere has '
brought hither as presents to the U. S. Go- *
vernment, from public institutions and the -I
Government of France. I noticed that he J
was busy in arranging some papers, which b
were, it appears, the Vattemere papers. I
This superb collection is now open for 0
exhibition here. It was exhibited at th@ a
Governor's room, in the City Hall, in New s,
York, last autumn, to thousands of admi-
ring visitors. I presume that the collection
will adorn the library and museum of the ;d
Smithsonian Institution. ,i
The Treaty is certainly to be ratified by b
the U. S. Senate, but not without some i
modifications. The provisions in the Treaty f
for the confirmation of Mexi'can govern- I
ments of lands in the territories ceded to us, F
and also within the limits of the sovereign 1i
State of Texas, will be rejected. i1
In less than a month a Treaty, ratified by c
this government, will be sent to Mexico and
submitted to that government. There can-
not be any reasonable doubt that, unless -e
some new revolution shall speedily take 0
place in Mexico, the Governmeot at Que- 2
retaro will sanction the treaty..;J Ienclose v





QGj The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertis-a
WM. W. CHErVER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
Major JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula. Ala.
JAS. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa.



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[From the Philadelphia Saturday Post.]
Our readers doubtless noticed in our Fc
reign News of some weeks back, that th
gallant chieftain had been forced to succum
-at length to the superior power of his civil
zed enemies. He did so under a pledge o
not being held as a captive by France, bt
of being allowed to retire to Fgypt or sont
other Mohammedan country.
But what do Christian kings care fc
promises made to barbarians and unbeliev
ers! The French Government, it is states
have deliberately resolved to disregard th
terms under which their unhappy capfiv
surrendered, and to confine him for the res
,f.biaslife in France.
And this is the same France which o
account of Britain's treatment of her grea
chieftain, calls England Perfidious Albion
But no, it is not the French people wh(
have done this thing ; but the French Go
vernment-the king of the money-chan
gers,"-who has thus violated the plighite
word of his generals.
+ And not only has he thus broken faitl
with the captive Emir, but he has subjected
him to personal indignities to force him tc
ask that he may be allowed to remain ir
France, in order to cloak his perjury. OnE
account says:
Abd-el-Kader, after being confined fo
several days in the Lazaretto at Toulon
has been transferred to a wretched prison at
Fort Lamalgue, where he is treated. with
,great rigor, in consf-quence of his refusal to
.write a letter to the King, thanking hi'
.Majesty fonr the hospitable reception lie had
received (in. the Lazaretto) renouncing ili
convention with Gen. Larnoriciere and the
,Duke d'Aumale, expressing his ardent de-
sire to live and die in France, and, above
all, begging the permission of the King tc
be allowed to visit Paris, in order that he
; may make' his submission to his Majesty in
Alas, for the gallant Abd-el-kader! his
enemies have conquered, and he is a captive
in a strange land-all is lost, save honor.
Alas, for the "citizen King!" he is trium
phan(, he is full of riches, he is, on ih
throne of his native country-all is gained,
save honor.
ExPREssION.--A lively correspondent ofthe
New York Mirror, professing to write froi;]
Rome, gives the following sketch of a char-
acter he met there :
Every American artist that comes here
sends home a dozen or two of portraits ol
the beggars in thecharacter of Apostles, or
the Virgin Mary. A sturdy old fellow who
blacks my-boots, tells me that he has been
painted twenty-eight times in the character
of St. Paul, thirteen times -s Joseph, nine
.times as St. Peter-he cannot re-member
how many times as the 11 Roman Father,"
and as the Head of an Old Man" at least
* "t' sand times. One would think that
would have attained to uncommon sanctity,
but he is, in truth, the greatest rogue I
have-seen in Italy. 4 $i
"The rascal prides himself a good deal
on being sent So often to America, and the
other day he told me that he believed there
was not a.gentleman's parlor in my country
in which he or one of his family was not
hung up in a gilt frame. He said to me
yesterday-, 'my son and daughter have just
been sent to America again,' one as a Pea-
,sant Boy of the Campagna,' and the other
as a Roman lady.' Having detected him
that week in an attempt to secrete one of
my pocket handkerchiefs, to show his con-
trition he said he and his daughter (who is
quite as great a thief as her father) would
sit to one of my artist countrymen for a
holy family, if I would promise not to ex-
pose him."
The following degrading confession we find
in a letter dated "1 Albuquerque. New Mex-
ico," published in the Newburyport Herald.
The writer is one of [hat numerous class of
'traders who follow our army with the patri-
Sotic intention of ministering to the wants of
the s01diery :
"Our stock was not intended for the
Mexican market, but for the troops, andi
consisted of a little of every thing, chiefly
ready-made clothing, groceries and liquors.
such as brandy, gin, whiskey, etc. These
last articles sonnd harsh to you, I suppose,
.but when you consider that whiskey, which
in St. Louis costs nineteen r,-nlts per gallon,
is worth here six dollars for thegsame qu~an-
tity, you perceive the temptation to deal in
the article is very. great; besides, a consci-
-ntious man like myself can so manage that
but 'little liarm is done from its use, because
we generally, mix one gallon of water with
every one of whiskey! I really think this
is doing much, very much, toward prevent-
ing the ba'l effects of indulging too strongly
in the critter" among the people. I hope
to be able to do more gdod in this way, as
we go further south, by adding more water,

and charging nine dollars per gallon! "

,newspa-pers- published in -Mexico present
a strange aspect of affairs at the capital.
lately the scene of bloody conflict and
deadly strife. I
"Shops of every kind have been opened
-theatres established-races, billiards, con-
certs and amtusements of all kinds are regu-
larly attended, and things go on as quietly
as if the city were still in thee hands of its
original inhabitants. Mrs. Shepherd issues
her card, in which she I has the Ihonor to
inform the gentlemen of 4he American ar-
my,' that her benefit takes place at the Na-
tional-the 'old Kentucky restaurant' in-
vites epicures at the corner of San Francisco
street-C. S. Belts respectfully informs
the Citizens 'of Mexico' that he will take
their 'likenesses at the sign of the White
Flag," adding that 'satisfaction shall be
given, or no charge made'-the 'Eagle
Coffee House' has been established on the
American-style'-Peter Wright offers lead-
,en coffins, of importance to the generals and
officers of the army of the United Strtes'-
a soldier advertises for 'two green Macki-
thaw blankets, lost on .the 8th of September,
-at the battle of Molino del Rey ;' being
-b badly wounded and suffering for the want
of thetm'-and so we have, side by side,
remembrinces of the war that has so re-
,ently. rolled its bloody surges over the
Aztec capital, and of the business and gaiety
,Chat have followed so close on its retiring

PETER THE GREAT.-The following a-
ecdote is related to show that the Emperor
.' Peter the Great, was not so savage as some
ib have represented him to be:-Peter had a
i- violent passion for an officer's daughter na
Of med Munce or Moens, and used remore assi
-t duous means to gain her than monarchs are
te generally forced to : at last she yielded and
)r become his public mistress, and he love(
v- her for many years with a love rarely found
', One fatal day he went to see a castle he ha(
e built in the sea, attended by his own and
st foreign ministers. At their return, the Po
lish minister, by some accident, fell over
n, the drawbridge and was drowned, notwith
1t standing all endeavors to save him. The
0 Emperor ordered all the papers in his pock-
- ets to be taken out and sealed up before the
-compauy. On searching his pockets, a pie-
d ture dropped, which the Emperor took up
h and judge his surprise when he found it was
d the portrait of his lady. In a sudden gust
0 of passion he tare open some of the papers,
n and found several letters from her to the
e deceased in the tenderest style. He left the
,r company that instant, came alone to the
, apartment of my informant, and ordered her
t to send fbi the lady thither; when she en-
tered, he locked the door on the three, and
s asked her how she came to write to such a
i person.
e She denied she had ; he then produced
e the picture and letters, and when he told
e her of his death, she burst into tears, while
: lie reproached her with ingratitude in such
e a storm of passion, that my author expected
to see her murdered; but on a sudden he
s also melted to tears, and said he forgave her,
since he so severely felt how impossible it
was to conquer inclination, "for," he added,
notwithstanding you have returned my
fondness with falsehood, I find I cannot hate
you, though I do myself for the meanness
of spirit I am guilty of; but it would be des-
s picable in me to continue to live with you;
therefore begone while I can keep my pas-
sion within the bounds of humanity. You
shall never want, but I will never see you
f more." He kept his word, and soon after
married her to one who had an employment
at a distance, and was always kind to them
in point of fortune. Thenceforward his at-
tachment to the fair sex was confined solely
to Catherine, whose good conduct and af-
fection, and unremitted attention, fully enti-
tled her to his undivided love, confidence
and esteem.--Letters from a lady who resi-

A correspondent of the New York Tribune,
in Pensacola, Florida, writes as follows :
Richard P. Robinson, of Ellen Jewett
memory-every one must remember him-
I am convinced in my own mind has chosen
a last resting place here, in -- county,
West Florida. A young man bearing his
name, died there not long since. He kept
a small drug store, and was very recluse in
his habits, studiously avoiding all mention
of his home or friends. After his decease,
his little stock of medicines was divided
among the courity people, as there was no
claimant for them. I am satisfied from
some letters which were left that poor Ro-
binson had sought to escape from the re-
lentless persecutions of an uncharitable and
unforgiving world, and that, buried here in
the most humble obscurity, he was striving
to live down the bitter past, by an even and
exemplary life. The country people speak
kindly of his virtues, and warmly cherish
his memory. There is a bare possibility of
my being mistaken, but the similitude seem
too striking, both in the name and various
incidents connected with the misfortunes of
Robinson, which are alluded to rather guar-
dedly in the letters, but with-which I wais
We do not know how often Richard P.
R~obinson has been killed off by editors and
their correspondents, hu-t there is an air of
probability in the above,, which looks as it
it night be true.
ANECDOTE.--The Washington corres-
pondent o'f the Charleston Evening News
relates the following anecdote of Mr. Davis,
the newly appointed Commissioner to Chi-
na :
Dr. Davis, the Commissioner to China,
will leave for the Celestial Empire as soon
as the .Plymouth is ready to convey him.
He was asked by a friend, yesterday, whe-
ther he had yet procured a tail, or a queue,
to wear in that far distant country. Such

things are fashionable there, and are con-
nected in some manner with the religion.
" No, not yet," he quickly replied, "* but 1
am in treaty for Senator Westcott's /" Mr.
Westcott is the only member of Congress
who wears a queue, and is of rather singular
appearance. He is a democrat, but a year
ago he expressed himself in favor ot "throw-
ing the Administration into the canal to
wash away its corruptions."

Echo Mode Sevant says--"1 An agricultur-
ist in the neighborhood of Brussels, Bel-
gium, having succeeded in removing the
bad smell and disagreeable taste from butter
by beating or mixing in fresh water with
choloride of lime, he was encouraged by
this happy result to continue his experi-
ments, by trying them on butter so rancid
as to be past use; and he has restored to but-
ter whose odor and taste were insupporta-
ble, all the sweetness of fresh. This oper-
ation is extremely simple and practicable to
all; it consists in beating the butter in a
sufficient qauntity of water in which put 25
or 30 drops of choloride of lime to two
pounds of butter. After having mixed it
till its parts are in contact with the water, it
may be left in it for an hour or two, after-
wards withdrawn and washed anew with
fresh water. The choloride of lime having
nothing injurious in it, can with safety be
augmented; but after having verified the
experiment, it was found that 25 or 30 drops
to a killogramme of butter (two and a quar-
terpounds) were sufficient.

T.EXAS.-The Camanches clam to be the
, lineal descendants of the empire of Monte-
e zuma, and the only legitimate owners of the
whole Mexican country. The chief says
a that when Cortez landed in Mexico he
- found the country torn to pieces by internal
- factions, and was enabled, by enploying the
e disaffected chiefs, to raise a foice to seize
d upon their capital. Those chiefs believed
if they could destroy the power of Monte-
d zuma, they could easily despatch the Span-
. iards, and have the control of the country
d in their own hands. But too late they as-
- certained that they had introduced a harder
master, and that unconditional servitude was
- all they had to expect. They were required
r to change their ancient religion, and thou-
. sands of them were sent off to work in the
mines, from which they rarely ever made
their escape. A great proportion of them
- bowed their necks to the conqueror, and
e became serfs and slaves to the Spaniards;
_ but a few, the noblest and best, preferred
exile to servitude, and set out on a pilgrim-
' age to the North, in hopes to find a land
s where they might enjoy their ancient insti-
t tuitions in peace.
They travelled for many weeks, and at
e last came to the great river of the North-
the Rio Grande-where they encamped,
and sent out twenty chosen men to examine
s the adjacent country. They crossed the
r great river, and ascended one of the highest
peaks of the mountain which overlooked
the adjacent plain. The prairie was cover-
ed with buffalo, deer and antelopes, and they
thought they had reached the haippy hunt-
ing ground, and the word, Tehas Tehas!
Tehas!" burst from every tongue. It was
decided unanimously that it should be their
future home, and that the country should
go by the name apparently furnished them
by the Great Spirit.
Tehas is the Camanche name for the re-
sidence of the happy spirits iu the other
world, where they shall enjoy an eternal
felicity, and have a plenty of deer and buf-
falo always at hand. By taking the sound
as they pronounced it, and giving it the
Spanish orthography, it gives the word
"Texas," which is the happyy hunting
ground," or the Elysium" of the Caman-
ches. This is the true history of the name,
as derived from Isowacany himself.

SHOCKING SCENE.--A Soldier Shot. The
National Intelligencer has the following,
dated Saltillo, Dec. 28th :
Yesterday (Monday) one of the most
painful scenes took place here that I ever
witnessed. A soldier, by the name of Vic-
tor Galbraith, a bugler in Capt. Mier's com-
pany of volunteer cavalry, was shot for
threatening the Captain's life. The troops
were all mustered to witness the dreadful
scene. The unhappy prisoner was brought
forward under the charge of the Provost
Marshal and guard. Sixteen men were de-
tailed aRd formed in single file. The pri-
soner calmly sat down on his coffin at about
eight paces distance, looking the execution-
, ',',, La._he fac_e, .His sentence was
then read to him ; he then throwing his head
backwards, said to the men: "-Take good
aim; I am ready to die." They fired ; he
fell immediately, having received three balls
in his body ; but in a few moments he again
arose, resting on his elbow, and asked for
water and drank. He- then said, kill me
at once and relieve 'ne of my misery ;" when
four of the men who had reserved their fire
advanced, rind placing the muzzles of their
guns to within a few inches of his body,
fired, almost cutting him asunder. Truly,
he was the most resolute man I ever saw.
Some of the officers were entirely over-
come by the distressing sight.
change gives the. following touching ha-
ranzue, delivered in a late menagerie scene :
This, ladiesaand gentlemen, is the natural
kangaroo-the animal what appro:,ches to
man second only to ihe baboon ; it skips
about with much velocity on its hind legs,
of which it has two, from rock to rock. It
would be much more like man if it hadn't
a tail--but this defect it remedies with much
;: 1t cnurls ibtogently inlo it~s waistcoat

feeds principally upaon_.wliat tre can ge(, afh'3"
is found io the island of Borneo, which I

The following abstract of the provisions
of the treaty, given by the Washington cor-
respondent of the New York Herald, is
generally supposed to be correct. Our ad-
vices from Washington leave no doubt on
our minds that the treaty will be ratified by
the Senate, with the exception, perhaps, of
the clause relating to grants of land in
Texas; and as this is supposed to have
been inserted at the instance of certain
speculators for the protection of their own
interests, there is not much probability that
it will be insisted on by the Mexican author-
ities :-[Charleston Mercury.
I have already given you the main- fea-
tures of the treaty. I now proceed to give
you a synopsis of it, article by article.
Senors Cuevas, Conto, and Aristan are
appointed commissioners on the part of the
Mexican government, to adjust with the
commissioner of the United States, Mr.
Trist, a lasting treaty of peace.
Article second provides for the present
suspension of hostilities between the forces
of the two nations.
Article third defines the future bounda-
ry between the two republics. The line is
to commence in the Gulf of Mexico, three
leagues from land; to run up (he middle of
the Rio Grande to its intersection with the
Southern boundary of New Mexico; thence
North until it intersects the first branch of
the Gila; thence down the middle of that
branch of the river to the Colorado ; thence
it follows the division between Upper and
Lower California to the Pacific, which it
strikes one league South of San Diego.
The next article guaranties to citizens of
Mexico, now residing in territory ceded to
the United Slates, all the rights and immu-
nities of citizens ol the -latter country, pro-
vided they take the oath of allegiance ; or
in case they desire to continue citizens of
Mexico, there is guarantied to them the
right to leave the territory, and to dispose
of their property to the best advantage.
The next article of importance prides
that grants of land in the territory ceded,
made by Mexico prior to the treaty, shall be
respected by the United States.
The next article provides that Catholic
residents in the ceded territory are to be
protected in (lie exercise of their religion.
The next article provides that grants of
lands in Texas, made by Mexico prior to
the year 1836, shall be respected by the
United States.
The next article provides that this Gov-
ernment shall take prompt and effectual
measures for the defence of the borders froth
Indian incursions.
In consideration of this cession of terri-
tory on the part of Mexico, the government
of the United States binds itself to pay
Mexico fifteen millions of dollars. In thiis
sum are to be included the three millions of
dollars, already appropriated by Congress,
for the furtherance of peace, and now sub-
ject to the order of Mr. Trist. This sum
is to be paid immediately on the ratification
of lhe treaty by the Mexican government.
The remaining twelve millions are to be
paid either by instalments, or by the issue
of a 6 per cent. stock, redeemable by the
United States.
Several articles re devoted to the execu-
tory details of both of these modes of pay-
ment. The adoption of either is to be op-
tional with this government.
The next important article binds the go-
vernment of the United States to assume all
claims of American citizens against the
government of Mexico-both those already
decided, amounting to two millions, and
those undecided, amounting to about three
millions of dollars.
Some unimportant articles then follow,
for the mode of executing this portion of
the treaty; such as the appointment of a
commissioner to decide upon the claims,
&c. 0
The treaty of commerce of 1831, between
the two republics, is to be revived for eight
years, and afterwards to be renewed it the
option of both governments.
The troops are to leave Mexico in three
months after the ratification of the treaty by
both governments, unless the sickly season
should come on before their embarkation
na a a ff'f)^ ^ w h ic h c:ase th ey h ave to
>e~c 10 a hecliiTry .R,,si:,-,,,,^ ".,,,,, ,,_._._
furnished with supphies on amTci'ab'fe 1"rnw'
by the Mexican government.
Supplies which arrive in the mean time
are not to be subject to duty.
The custom houses are to be restored to
the. Mexican government, and means are to
be adopted for settling the accounts.
The treaty is to be ratified by the Presi-
dent and Senate of the United States, and
exchanged within four months of its ratifi-
Any future war that may break out be-
tween Mexico and the United States is to
be conducted on Christian principles and
according to the usages of civilized nations.
The boundary specified is to be defined
as laid down in Disternel's map of Mexico,
published at New York in 1847.

Mr. Walker's proposals for a loan of five
millions for reissuable Treasury notes. He
will get the money easily and on good terms,
From the Savannah Republican.
Private letters received here from Wash-
ington, leaves but little donbt that Mr. King's
bill, which is now before Congress, granting
to the Florida and Alabama Rail-Road Com-
panies alternate sections of land along the
route of their proposed Rail-Roads, will be.
come a law. It is understood, we believe,
Ihat the junction of the Sonth-Western with
the Roads leading to Pensacola, is to be at
or in the neighborhood of Fort Gaines. It
will be remembered that originally the, char-
ter of the Pensacola Company compelled
them to go to Montgomery, but it has been
so amended as to allow them to strike any
point on the Chattahoochee River. The
people of Eufaula, too, have obtained a
charter which may, under certain contingen-
cies, induce the passage of the Chattahoo.
chee at that point. This route will, as a
matter of absolute and prime necessity,
therefore, take all the Mobile and New Or.
leans travel, as well as the great Western
Mail. There will thus be insured to it a
handsome support from sources external to
Georgia and independent of the local travel
and trade. We apprehend that under the
present aspect of this question, the Barnes-
ville and Columbus Rail-Road has but a
slender prospect iu the way of business.
Recently in Congress, the Naval Commit-
tee has reported in favour of the bill, and
Mr. King gave ihe following explanation why
it had been referred to that Committee in-
stead of the Committee on Public Lands:
Mr. King said this motion of the gentle-
man from Vermont imposed upon him the
necessity of saying a few words in explana-
tion of Iwe provisions of this bill. Pensacola
was the great naval station in the Gulf for
the protection and refitting of The navy of
the United States. Reports of our engineers,
made to the Government from year to year,
showed that the lands in the vicinity of this
important station were so exceedingly barren
as to be uninhabited and destitute of roads
passing through them. In consequence of
this, a naval depot of so much value and im-
portance to the Government, together with
all the fortifications in its immediate vicinity,
were liable at any time to fall into (he bands
of an enterprising enemy. A bill providing
means to remedy so great an evil, by the
construction of a good military road, was a
bill eminently connected with the naval af-
fairs of the country, and it had therefore
been referred to the Committee on Naval
Affairs. The committee in its report had
given at large all the reasons why jurisdiction
of the subject pertained to them, as well as
in favour of the measure itself. ]f the gen-
tleman from Vermont would but suffer that
report to be printed, he would be at once
fully satisfied. All the members would be
then allowed ample time to reflect on the
case before they were called on to act upon
it. Meanwhile he earnestly hoped [he re-
ference of the bill would not be considered.
Let the report be printed, and then let the
House judge whether there could be any
necessity of sending the bill to the Commit-
tee on Public Lands. Mr. K. said he en-
tertained the greatest possible respect for
that committee, as well as for the high char-
acter and judgment and liberality of his
friend from Vermont, Mr. Collamer, and he
was very sure that gentleman could be actu-
ated by no desire to make an attack on the
Committee on Naval Affairs. The gentle-
man was actuated, he felt very certain, only
by a regard to propriety and the right order
of proceeding. The matter had been sub-
mitted to the Naval Committee from no
want of confidence in the Land Commitlee,
but simply because its nature rendered it fit
that it should be placed in their care. If it
must fist go to another committee and wait
for a report from them, it would probably
be lost for this session."
the cockroach season, the pest ot kitchens,
when it makes nocturnal excursions, the
following recipe may call forth the grateful
acknowledgments of those of our readers
who suffer from the presence of this loath-
some insect...
"_ Take a six-lojaf of wheat bread--
r>--"^aler the belter- ?t.. ce' it tn .. .... -
in a pint of boiling water Outt ^^
full of cayennpeeroe oi ppu erh~u
orrnsseed, half a drachm of saltpetreTe
same quantity of white lead. and a wine
glass full of extract of hops. Now throw in
your crumbs of bread, digest for six ho,,rs
in a moderate heat; strain through a clot ,,
add to the liquor thirty drops of the linctur ,
of quassia, and let it stand till next day;\
then bottle it andl keep it in a pantry. Some"
dozen lumps of sugar, saturated With this ,
mixture, and strewed about the kitchen,
will remove the pest in a few days.'

THE JARRA TREE.-This extraordinary
timber grows to a size ,hat vould appear
incredible. It is perhaps.only manageable
and remunerative from 50 to 60 feet, but in
some of the districts of Africa it is found
growing 120 and 150 in'.heightbefore the
first branch appears. Lander -andhis" ser-
vant took refuge once from a Storm, in the
hollow of an old Jarra tree, which 6rot'0oly
sheltered themselves, buat- theirh1orses, and
the interior actually measured in .diamtnt
three times the length of the largest horse,
an animal sixteen hands high and very long
backed. The same parties found a Jiyrra
tree, which had fallen completely,, across a
broad and deep, river, `-(called 'the- P.ep
River) running between high a nd precipit-
ous banks, thus, forming a natural.bridge,
along which a bullock cart might, have pas-
sed. '"/+' '

The list of subscribers for a sword
to be presented to Maj. W. W. LORING, of
the Rifle Regiment, may be found for a few
days at the office of Messrs. Maclay & Kim-
brough, where those desirous of contribu-
ting to that object, can have an opportunity
of doing so.
By an article in to-day's paper, it will be
seen that a movement has been made in
Congress, which is likely to prove successful,
to obtain a grant of land from the General
Government, in aid of the proposed con-
struction of a railroad from Pensacola to
Fort Gaines, there to connect with the
South-western Railroad. Whilst such en-
; ergetic movements are made by our neigh-
bors, all tending to withdraw from this city
a portion of its legitimate business, it is won-
derful that the influence of such example
does not produce some stirring effect on the
slumbering energies of the people of the
city. That the success of our neighbors in
carrying out their projects must inflict a
serious blow on the commerce of this city,
no one denies-and that means may he
adopted to obviate in some measure the
consequences that must otherwise flow from
the successful completion of the proposed
railroad, there is but little doubt. A propo-
sition has lately been made to the inhabit-
ants of this city to join the citizens of Alba-
ny, Ga. and its neighborhood, in the im-
provement of the navigation of the Flint
river--a project known to be feasible, and
which, if properly carried into effect, will
turn to this city a large quantity of cotton
that now goes to Macon-and prevent the
carriage away from us, by the contemplated
South-western Railroad, of the crops of
some of the South-western counties of
Georgia that now find a market here. We
learn that something is proposed to be done
for the above purpose-if so, the sooner the

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M classess.
H1TDS West jndiges; 50. tierces Florida,
M (for saleby -. B. ELLISON &, CO.
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7"777417 a -- ," t ale. 1 .tck, 134 lots nos 3 to 10 itcluive inimproved.
4 --- .'. i .. : "Block .135'lotsnos 3:to.10tncltimvet unimprove..
: irtue of ftie authority. i n me vestedlivla', *Blotck '13*"lots nos 1 2 3 6 7 801.Kt unimproved:
.. '.D [wil, tpoieto. saLe, before the Couctitloise block 137,lots' nol to 1incl-l'ilvec unimproved:
.' D r -or'i, .'C'.tol Apalachicola, onondayth block 138 lots nos Lto 10 inclusive unimproved:
th da okjo-'6 S-, between' the hour.o-tei block 139 lots '16 ... lilusve unimpro.. ed
.. '- "." "' 'eta- block 1 140 lots nos I/tY 10 Ieltiqe unimproved:
A. M. 1and loti p. M. the i,ol..virg ,re.4 eta, bo -i,141,16 ts n 1 2 3-4 5 81 n, i :
s it u a te d iu e O i l ci A p a l a in c .u lat, -o .1 42 1o t nfo -l t n 8 in cl(u s v .ed Pu n im p ro v ed :
.the p"o erry- of Uewki-Curti9 and Joseph Dela- 'block 143 lots nos 1 rbo,10 inclqaliyhyunimprroved"
.: field TruseI, f'fe Apalachieola Land Com- block 1441otnos td10 inclusive unimproved: T
"* ,-'.faanktyi'YSi iw ilhereol"as"will pay the Taxes block, 145 lots)'nos 1. to 10 inclusive- unimproved:
'' 1:" j-,4'. ," *a, e^ ,; 'thereoh;.ahd in arrear "utipaid block 146 lqt| n6pg;to 10 inclusie- unimnproved: W
& i 044hwi".' lPl,..-ida and the County of Frank- block" 147 lots nos' to 10 inc'lsive& unimpoyed:
in, to"i ef46.r wit' h 'th "eo.t 5fadvertlp.ment and block .148$, lot nos LtO,10 incl.ssive unimproved: du
..-;.. ,..._,- \ .. 0 block 1491oBstosols to i clusw unmproved: c
Oi -Z qS.'?o1^ 4"1 61'. "d??ne oc'k 150 lots BOS 12 34 7 8:9_10.uipve
"fo4.w#7J'%iBT:p ^.std Citty, viz. block 157 lots nos12 3 4 7 8 9l6 -unimproved:
I. ," Blk-A.,riat t t0i3. I to 14, 16clu4%e. lilodk: 158lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved:..,
? +. '-tm ved i" 3e,'t A,"r~rie'2, 1'jts ni-1, 3, G,- block' 15910 ts'nos1 to 10 inclusive unimproved.- ,
.0 '9 t 'llh 4. uaiffiTptovei; bl,)ck A, ran2e "-'. block 167.1ots nos 1-2 3 4 7 8 WJ10 trmimproved -,
lots n,)Y' 70 4 5', ; ,T., t--3;'il ,roved; bloc:i B, ranie block, 168 lots nos 1 to 10 1nclusive, unimproved.')
1lt -nos- 3' P,, 9, 111,1'7 unimrproved ; bl,,ck b'l4c i09 ldts n isl to 10 inclusivee :unimproved:
B, rane, lots no s ".' 1, 14, un-impro-ed; block block 170 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8 9,10 improvee : r,
B, range 2, lota Inos. .3,, 5, 6Ult1t 12ro ,.... "o block 174 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: ti
.B. ,, rage 2,- s 2 3..4, .. boc 5, O l r12 iots ris 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
ed; block' C. range 1, tots nos. 3, 4, 1o, 16, unim- block 176 lots is 1'2 3 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved; .
p .proved]; block C,irange 2, lots nos. 9, 10,-1', 12, block 177 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: e
'w .1,.3, unimproved; blockC, range 2, lots nos. 1, block 178 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
4 5 15, improved; block D) range 2, lots nos. block 179 lts nos 13 45 678 9 10 unimprove:
....p 8ve ':'unimi,),oe; block D, range 2., lots block 180 1tts nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
-C' "o rv- e .... bl)-ckZ' ranee 1 lotsnos block 181 lots nos 12 345 89 10 unimproved:
31, 4, ..5 1. *< ve, I;, block- El , 2, bloqk 182ptsnos1to 8 inclusive unimproved O
7 -.; 1 -., 1 11, 17,,' ; 4(0c _, "oi *, nos 1, to 10 inclusive unimproved:
." loti no?.'7;, .t.'!, :tf, lj, I1-' 1(,-,- ...P'n'i' block 184 'btsnos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
pr.oved';'bl.ic E,rrne *, [,tno. e, I 1iir;Jv\,l; block 185 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved: _
b ', ".look F, ran I.2,t ot+ -n ,s .', 6, 7, 13, 14,19, 20, block 186 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: T
iitti -crivedii djcuk H, ian.-oe 1, lots, nos. 5, 8, block 187 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved: '
11, 13- 11 -), udI ijin.i.)ved; block H, range block 188 lots nos 26 7 8 9 10 unimproved: block T,
2 ',,os,,' 3.ot n5'. 6, 7, 8, 9,10, 11,1"2, -13, 1.4, 189 lots.nos6 7 8 9 10 unimproved: block 190 lots T]
.-J3, 16-, I 7,.u n proved.; block Jg -1.-n ldt 1 o, s 1 8 9 10 unimproved.
.. -2 t** 2, 3, 4, .5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, I2, 13, 1.1, 15, WHARF LOTS.
*16-, i.7,zlt-19, unimproved3; block J,L.ra-ge 2, .100 feet lot No 12; 50 feet foot of Leslie
l.)t4 gb31':-92, 3, 4, 5, 6", ,,S. 9, 10, 11; '-2i-.3, 14, street; 100 feet 14 No 10 ; 100 feet lot, No 17;
1I ),1 17, 18; 19, .. .unimproved; block K, 100 feet lot No 19 ; 90 feet foot of Centre street; y
rafn't?;- loIts nos. 1. 12, a-4, 5, ` ,'7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 60 feet South '"art of rot No 20; 30 feet North g
'13, l. 15, 16, 1 18 10,2Q, Unimproved; part of lot No i22; 90 feet foot of Chestnut st.;
roc' ok.K, range.2, 1o0r nbt.s, 1,:;,, 4;-5, 6, 1,`A, 9,. 100 feet of lot No 25; 90 feet foot of Cherry st. B
I Q,.^; 10,11. 12.-.13 ;1 4',i 15, '3, t7, f' 19 "20, unim- Also-All Land lying on the. West side of the
jIroveld ; block L,lot 3 ), :,'.'1.2, 1, '.,, 6, 7, 8, Apalac-hicola Bay, North and We st of the City of s
,,,9.,, 110-ll, 12,13, 14,15, 16, 718,1920, unim- Apalachicola, to the Western boundaries of t
proved; block M, .11 -. 1,`2,j34, 6,:"7,8, Franklin County; also, St. Vincent's Island, St. t
IV 11, i,.2', i3, 14',.15,1[, 17, 1S, 19 20, unim- Geoige's Island, and Dog Island, (exclusive of a
proved; bloek-N,t I-t,-; nos. 1, 2, 3a-4,o-5, 6, 7, 8-9, that portion of St. Georges ahd Dog Island owned v
10, .1,1:, 1 "2, .<13, 14,. S,. 16 1S,18 19, 20, u im .- by the U. S. Governm ent) ; also, all Lands lying
proved; block O,.lots Dos. 1.2, 3, 4,5, 6, 7, 8, 9, East of the Bay of Apalachicola and bordering
1), 11'2, 1N, 1:, .I4, 1,6, 17, 1 19, 20,um- on St. George's Sound, and running Eeast to the
proved bl-ick.- P, lits nos. 1, 2, 3, 4,5, 6,7, 8, mouth of New River, from thence in a direct line F
9; 10, 1i 142, '13, 14,15, 16,1, 18, 19,20, unim- to the Chipola Cut-off, following the Apalachi- F
pr-,ve.; oh-,:k Q, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4,5, 6, 7, 8, cola River down to its mouth, including Forbe's F
9, 10, 11,12, 19. 14, 15, 16, 17,, 18, 19,20, mijrri-t.Island (so called); the whole containing 285,000 F
proVed ; block S. lots nos, I' to. 20, inclusive, acres of third quality of Land, and 1000 of 2d F
n impr.jijd ; bl,.-.t.k :1, lots, nos. 4,7, unimproved:; quality, as per returns made by the Assessor of F
blook 1, Lot 1,-) 5, improved; block 3, lotc no.: 9, State Taxes for Franklin County.
dnitnproyed;; blodik 41 lots nos. 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9,1u it- JOHN LUCAS, -Sheriff';
inproAi^ b,lock". 4, lot no. 2, improved; -block and .Ex-O9(io Tax COllector: Franklin, CO,,
5, Lot9 k^ o '6 ia li,ive, ,.ti in .,\'ed ; bl,:,L Apilaehirola. Nov. 4,1`84,7. 42-6m;
5, lotsos: 1,'.7. 9 S ",- .),'nt-tlr,,v-e- ;.blk .:>, Iolo r Sheriff's Sale'
n" n ISl 7, ., 1'. Iui-rev; bloof' t A, fas.,. to me directed,'from
;. 7 ,1P *.n^ hro ved. bll.t i7 t ".I I '.. o?.,1. : L '..a Cim -jt Cuyrt <4" Franklin counl, one in
.-,. ,,_ bp ovS ^ '^.W ,- ', li,^ a~r.fe S ^ e'^ '.' .*.
*.'- bror'l^,l,.ta n-)_?.3; ,':*,-, *y, , ^, nmproe>J; *j. ,:}\. H-'rvr, Hodges, I have" lei'edf upon
blocl ^, ,.l. nos. *1, 4*; .5; 7, 8, 9, unimproved; an wi exos t sal to the highest bidder, at
'.blo,.'Ik,10, I,,t. nos. 3., 8, unimproved ; block 10, the Court House door, the Council Chamber, that
lots no^. 4. 7, improved; blockll, lotsnos. 4, 8, bein th place .el. holding Court, in the..Cit~y of
udnimaploveil; blc 4 lt o ,9

unimproved; block 14, lots nos. 4, 9, lO, 10, Apalachicola, Franklin county, on the first Mon-
0 day inMMarch next, within the legal hours of sale,
impro\Sd ; block 17, no. 9, unimproved; block t following described property, to-wit: The
179, lots nos. 6, improved block 18, lots noshe it
2, .3, +5, 6, 7 3; '8, unimproved; block 18, .the d w House, dor the ncil Chaler, atc-
no. 4 ., improved ; b lcc k 19, lots nos. 1 to 10, .- o o lot n teock str niner of
cuilve, unimproved; ; block 1 0lotk nots nos. 3 to 10, e Apalahntre Frank lincoauky oSe, property of
inclusive, unimnproved ; "block- 21, lot no. 5, is-. deedat JO LUAS, Shriff.
--- ---o r. .. 7;-^9^ ,.-^ '_:=_-+ ... + ..a +- 2-t'ds
sive, unimproved ; block 15 lots, nos. .4 9, 10, uJntu- da tds --n w-r
proved ; block=23, lots nos. 6, 7,8, 9, unimp roved ; SinerieroS Sale.
17 block524,1otsnos.i,2,3,6,7,8,9, 10,unimprov'd; nos. Y virtue oh a mortgage fieri facias, to me di-
2,ock 25 bts nos 3,4, 5, 6, 7u improved; block 1) reacted, from the Circuit Court of Franklin
n26, lots nos 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, unimproved; block County, in favor of Henry G. Guyon, versus Jane
i27lots.nos. 1 ton10, iclusive, unimproved ; block Vallou, Adm'x estate of J Flavel, deceased,
28,l and WtlramValeau her husband, *I have levied
2v 99, lots. n"3,4-, 6, 6,, 9, 10, unimproved; on the south half of LotSBlock 15, and theim-
S':f r -q'' b'2k30, lots nos. 8, u2iifiproved; block 31,,lots p0'Yve ofet' atimrebn, being the premises mort-
s 5,, 8.9 i0, unimproved; block 32, lots nos. gaged by J W Flavel, deceased, to plaintiff in
bo 2, Lt' i "6,7 8 9. 10, unimproved ; block 33, lots' exectit Srid" will expose the same for sale at
2, Ons.'6, 9 unimproved; block 34, lots nos. 2 to the usual, hours of sale, in front of the Market
....... "0" inc1u'i\,e, unimproved ; block 35, lots nos." al-nouse, aiaedixola, that being the usual placeae
2, .6 "os 9o, 6, unimpr0ved ; block 36, lotsbnos. 2 for holding Court, on the first Monday in March

-lc k1.0, nclotu, 8, 1.1'nbroved; block-37 lots nps. next, t fsa'tistfb said fita p s
4 .'"5,6, .:"n'o dIiunimproved; block'38, lots JOHN>LUCAS, Sheriff;.
"os " t,9, ,lu" 1 ve, unimproved; block 39, lots -o B B. LJc As Deputy.
nos. 1 7o 10, 8n, 9 sive, unimproved ; blockD 40, Apaelaoehicota, Feb. 3, 1848,

r+.60d 2^-^]t:, -tsris 1tol, nels^e ech '.ard^ae Ship Chandlery, c,.
6, ,"- ihiprov ". ; blo-k 34, l-ots nos. 2 3, 9 rt-rHE ^bscribers h ave on hand for sale- M
:,r".J " :ijirm~row,' block 44,'lbtsnos. 1to 10,jnclu.-;:.- '1 OtCS, assorted, B~utts, Screw~s, Hinges,

f l)'- sive u-"i_"l"e,; M.'u -, block 35, in-, Rouse Handssiws, Millsaws, Crossctb t dou Planes,
e clul^,,e", u improved ; block 46, lots nos. 3 2 4, 5, Compasses Augers, Gmbets,.ChiseMa, Brace
'"? .* ",r S, it tm proved ;' I47lo-k lots nos. 1 to 10. *: and. BittsRules, Bevels, Squares, Brfadaxes,
. ". ^^^*^n ,,-imiq'vedst- 4)ol 8, lots nos. *1 to Ship do,. Collins' doo+d,Hatchets, Ham-

" "* '0-.",, .....1, u .improved ; block 49 lots nos. 1. mers, ShutterHangngs, ImddoSteelyards,
to 10., inlusive, unim proved; block 50,:lots nos.? .Counter Scales, Platfor C do,
1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 51, ltts Kitcnen Ware, Table Cutlery, Shovel agd
nos. 2 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 52,. Tongs, Fire Irons, &c. ,
lots nos. 1 to 9, inclusive, un'improv~ed; block 54,; BLACKSMITHS' Bellows, Anvils, Sledges,
lots nos- 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block Hammers, V~ices, Screwplates, Stoc~ks and
55 lotsriS. 2, 3,4, 5, 8, 9, 10,+ unim'proved;! Dies, Tongs, Files, Rasps, &[.e .
block 56, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, nlaiprov- IRON-dSweeds, Enghsn and lmerycan, assorted,
ed blo"... In5 nos.. 1 to-t10, inclusive;, uni-- ound,flat and'square, Band,Hoop, Sheet and
proved ; Ulu'K .-'',., lt, .... 1 to 10, inclsire, un- Boiler IronI, Railroad, Spike do,.Hoisesho
improved- block 60,l6tsno0. Ito8,inclusive un- Iron and Na-is, Cast, Englhsh, Blhster and
improveI; block61,lots nos. -to8 6,inclusive,un-; German0 Steel. .
+im tpro \'e. ; blocks ,'.to ') inclusive ttni tnpy,:,e~l; PL O lrG H S- S to le and .D oub 'le C ornshellers,
blok block. lots nos.t 1 -- -,"" 4 59. Cornmpails, Augelrsa m, Trace do, Ox do,
block 7t lots ~os'.o 10 i n,:lie .In!k4 lots n veo ;' 1 t 1h0vada antidRuades, B eedlns, Hoes, Garden,:
+b l~o k b 7 oti n os 1 t' 10 ii eu + ei v u ,iiif t ,:,cv ed ; -,. L au e lan d (. ,'u b b zn g H ..e s. -
tiloc%&7.5 loto ,nos'il-,.>lI- incline u.-itmi.rel ;* CORDAGE--Manla and Hemp, aborted, Pitch,
block 76 lots nosns.. to 10 in,'ustve ti.r,,ted ;. *'ar, Rosin, Coal Tar, BrightVarnish, Hand-
*f. *'*' b lock 7 7 lo t+ n o i i't.',i'r in c ,_'i if ui~i ir~ r.,e d ;' ap ik es, B loc~ s ,/O ars, & ce. *: l
-'+Fict. ", lom no. 3. o +^ inclusive, unimProved. OASTINGS'Sugar Ketftes, Mills and Caul-
block 81 lots,.aos 1 tuni'p incblosi4e" unimproved;s drons., Bakeovens,. Spiders Pot. Enameled
.block 82 lotsnos 1 toI10 inclusive uimpr.-,,e.; 0 Ke-tti Tea Kettles, &e. C o.
block 83 lots nos 1 to \ incusive uni "proved" TINWARE--A futl asaorttnent4 :.
block 84 lm s nos 1 to-Wn reclusive unirft roved; "w thotes~e orretanl. ., ;.
-block 85 lots nosl. to l:0.inclusive unimproved ;i ROBERTS, A'LLEiN" & Co.
block 86 10ts' nos 1 to ^.inclusive unimproved ; Apalachicola, Jan. 20, 1848. i

block 87 lots nos 1 to ncL unimprove Hardware.
blk 89 lots nos I to elusive unimproved; LAINS, Plain Irons, single and double, Ham-
blockn9 lots nos I to elusive unimproved" mers, Draw Knives, Augurs, Auguer Bits,
block aaots nos 1 to lno .sv unPro Spring Braces, Timber Scribes Turn Screws,
oe"k U91.1t*n- 1 to-:Inctustve uvafu"oved; -,|i, "i" .-G g; Mrc 'do, gaW"'et.,.Wo..
V 6'k 9 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimp roved; :~:dug*rnr~s :~ g"~
92 Rules,~ ot o 1t 0meuie nmroe;^ Adzes,. Wrenches, Saws, Locks, Hooks
block83 lots rIs 1 to 10 inclusive unIproved; andStaples, Butts, Screws, Hinges, Shutter Bolts,
block (4 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved co; ..... M .adles, R
D~rad Tacks, C~opper Wvire, MveltIngflanles, R-at:
block 95*:lots nos 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved; Traps, Axes, Hatchets, Coffee Mills, S~edgeHam-
block'96"loti nos 1 23 6 7 8 9 10 unimnroved; S. T g M Sw A i & &.
block 97 lots nosA1 to 10 inclusive lii.|n by B. ELLISON & Co.
block 98 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; Dec 9 Cur Water, and Ches-tnsts
,block 99 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; ... "
block'100 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved; Provisions!
block 101 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; UST received per schrs. Elizabeth Hull and
.. .. block 102 lots nos 1 to 10. inclusive unimproved; Santa Rosa, from New Orleans-
.. .block 1`03 lots nos 1. to 10 inclusrive unimproved,".. .. .
+ '" block 104 lots nos 1"to 10 inclusive unimproved; i50 bbls Flour; 20 bxs Cheese; -.
-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~1 h '-ltl 0 osnsI-o1 nlsv nmrvd ^ f bbls Butte Crackers; 10 firkins Butter;
block'105 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; 10 bbs Pilot Bread; 20 keg Leaf Lard.
"' : bl ck:106 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; 500[bs super Bag'd Hams;
block 107 lots,,hos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; -3 hhds N O Sugar;
...... block 108 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive udimproved:. Whc w .. l y
b" oc 'W -. .: vcwill; be sold low by ,
block .109,1ots nos.1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: a6 Co LLs ,5ealr.
S block 0 lots nos I to 10 inclusive i m pro ved. J an.6c Eived oE .cnsi0eet-.
block 113 lots nos 1 l) 10 in'metive unimproved : J U on.,cmgS nt. '
r' hlcklllo~n~ltol~i~h~ Une inirpri -d- On Couu mogrs e e nat.
blc 112 lots.. .o 1 1- I nl, O' US,receiveu on conslignmentt
., block 114 lots nos .I to 10 inclt.s.--te tnirnprol, ed ',,,, g c-+i,.,, ,,l, , -
.- bOck 115 lot nos I tu 10 inclusive unimproved:, .... ? ,adores," Esmero," .
block 116 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved 6 dozen Reserve Maderia,
bleIC ,1IT'lJos nos I to 11) m,?lu.eiv,- unimproved: .. ; 6 'Regina'' Port,
.ck 8 Iotjnos Ito 10) inclusive uni. proved: 6 Cherry in ordeal,.
ek_ 1'19.lo't3 nos 1to 10 inclti\ive ..u ni proved: .0 Tomato Catsup,,.
block 122~lotns l o lc elusive un.improved by MCCALLA & ROMAIN,"
block '"4 !ots nosI i2 tn sve unIo -o -- .. ,om .. ---- o-
block 125 lots nos t to 10 i nclusive unimproved+: .Tar and WoodWaptha,
block 126 lots no-oi 10 10 inclurje unimproved : -OR'the sure of Consumption, chronic, bron-
.block 127 lots nos I to 10 inclustve unimproved:, J' chtts,-asthma, whoopmicough, palpitation
block 128 lots nos I to 10 Inclusive unrmproved T ar and .....
+ block 129 lots nos 1 to 10 ine usive unitm'proved :. kR y t curae of c p chfoni,, br,. -.
block 130 loIts nos 1 to 10 inclusive untmprovld chiti's,-sthma ..... 'o J C ALpEtn
,block -3i-lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved:; y .
.-+..block 13" -lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved-: -ALAD Ot[, just Jeeeivedand for saleNb.
block 1.31ots nos I to10 inclusive unimproved;1 ,Apr 17 H.F. ABELLa
". < ': *V: ..f.;. .>,->.
blck 101,1t no I o 0icuieuipoe; AA ILjs eeveadfr-ae.

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Cider. .
Kf\ BBLS Champague, for sale'by :
tJV Dee 30 B ELLISON Co.



.- 411. 1


I I_



+ Dry 0 o,
THE subscribers offer,f-o, P.e a large and sea-
X sonablb.,stock of Dr-y,' Gods, consisting in
.part of ""- '" f
Negro; Irerseys and tLfseys, !
Whit&,add Red Flninels, *
Bangups .and Twe.. -
Super.plain black ain fafcy Casamere94
, SuperEnglish and French Cloths, '
Whitney Blankefst J4,,l land 12 qrs .
Duffifl)lankets, 8 9and 10 qrs, .
Marselles Quilts, 91'0,I1 and,12 xlrs,
Denials, Kremlins ano Cottonades,
Bro#it Shirting and Sheeting, ;*
Cotton Osnaburgs, "
Cotton Drilling and Ticking, "
Linen and Cotton Cheeks,
Irish, Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
Englilah, French and American Prints,'
Extra super plain and twilled Qinghams,
Super Cphimere d'Ecosse, ,
Extra's ,-r Muslip de Laine, ,*
EnglisV,%coth i"d
Super Italian black and fktlfd'Sillks, '
Black, Silk Cravats and fancv Hkfs,
Super Eiglish arid Ponged Silk Hktfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Satin,' Marseilles & Worsted VeStings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
T Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importersand Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER'& Co.
Dec. 30,.1847,.'2 41 Water street.

FRWlH; AjylOR4 .OF
Drugs, ]fiuc~ei\&its 0049
Dye-since. PejT |twhi Ac. t
B&TjH& nuersigj' isTO~ thi~ki
IL|| J t, Jabls friends" ad tl. for tbeir .
iii liberal tpaotiage nd'+ to form',
that h e is "vw ec eitrei* ir a iti n- ;
aluppjy, which-^ta forumr
ptock, render# 10v assoreW Ba large
and complete. .Eng'iah, Fren aand
American Drugo; kets; Periqry&
and Druggist Glass' ',.' &,., -c o ed'
to Physicians, Countryt M otrd antsany ffoti
'the most liberal ter 6fhfrdli h e ti-nts
pure and unadulteratEd : .. ""i "
Wholesaj.4and Retail Dre .9',, :
0 W. 4 Atre ,
Apalaehxcqla, NoVlv2I, 1846. w. /," .


THE undersignfed propose publishing in the
7own of Marianna, Jackson county, Ilorida, a
weekly newspaper .with the above title. ;
This'pape'.w.illtedevqtedto Literature, Agri-
ulture, and Scienee; it:*vill also contain the
current news ot- 'the -day and. articles in support of
bae W hig Policy. "," .
Th'e want of a local papeithas been'severely
elt.iqi^hekson, Wadton and,'WashihgtQn coun-
ies.4nd has led to'. the proposed establishment of
hi' Journal.
The undersigned hope to obtain saffidcet pat-
onage to enable them to comnience'its pdblica-
tion by thf' st o$elember. 1 fr4
TERms-Three,.dollars perannumt in advance .
$3 50 if paid within six months; or 11;4 00 at the
nd of the year. -
July 31, "1847. :

IN Ct j'ijBy. u ";
Frankli.wlrcuit Courl
Thomas Orman, 1;.>- A,*'
VS. :".
William -B. Finch.-" .,
1T being made to appear 4" affidavit, that the
defendant resides beypbihe limits of th4
State of Florida, to wi wj inr the State of. New
York: It is ordered that ser ie& of said bill be
perfected on said. defonda4tt,.6y publication d"
this order for four moA Gn some newspaper.
printed in the City of Apalehicola, requirin.1
him to appear and. answeri-said bill, otherwise iy
will be taken pro copfbsso'
At Chambers, Sept.O, ,1847.
A True Copy. <,if,Judge, &c..-4
Otb 4 -4AU, Clerk-4 ,
Octoben'Q8%-1847. T?41-4m .

ID' Sis aind ledficies, *'-'"
.'r THE subscriber "ba a
'i !H ,Onstantly hive, on hahd, a complete
i=W assortmentt of. DRUG na t'-MDlI.
*,. OINES, which he will wanrant pure
B kand'o'f the best quality., Coqntry
Merchants and Planner#,.jll 4p4 it
to their advantage to call, examine a pricb his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.'
N. B. Pfysician's prescriptions put,,,,iLth
care and accuracy at any hour of the da* or nmght
,r J. C. ALLEN, .
March 21 Cor. Centre and commerce sts:
On the seventh of .December next..

In Chantecdry. ,
Thomas Barkar, ) 4
vs. > Petitron for Divorce,
Sarah Samanth Barker. ) .. I
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Cdurt,
_by affidavit made in, that the de-
fendant, Sarah'' Sam'antha Birlker, mesid "sbeiond
the jurisdiction of the Stat6 of FltridaIt is or-
dered that the said Sarah Samanth Barker do ap-
pear and answer the said petition within three
months after the publication of this order, or the
said petition wvllpe taken for confessed; and it
is further ordered that this order be published in
some newspaper in the Western Circuit of this
State for the space of three months.
GEG. S. HAWKINS, Judge W. C.
January 6, 1848. 51-3m*

The above Periodicals are reprinted in New
York immediately on their arrival by the British
teamers in a beautiful clear type, On fine white
paper and are faithful copies of tfhe original-
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE being an exact fac-
imile of the Edinburgh edition. '
The prices of the RE-PRINTS are less than one
hird of those of the foreign copies, and while they
are. equally well got up, they afford all that ad-
vantage to the AMERICAN over the. ENGLISH

At Chambers,
APALACHICOLA, DEc. 29, 1847.
John M. Carnochan, Bill for account and
George K. Walker, et al. partition.
U PON affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor that
the Defendants mentioned in said Bill do
not reside within this Circuit, but within the
United States: It is ordered that notice of the
institution of this suil, and the filing ot the
amended Bill, be given in some newspaper pub-
lished in the Circuit, for the space of four
months, and if, upon due proot of the appearance
of said notice in some newspaper so published
for the time mentioned, the said defendants do
not appear to said bill by the next ruleday,which
shall come after twenty days from the expiration
of said period of four months, It is further or-
dered, that the same be taken as confessed
against them.
GEO, S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
Compl'ts Solicitors.
A True Copy. Wk. VAtLLEAU,
De -.e. 0 5.. 4:. Clerk, ;,

THE Subscribers take this methcd of inform-
ing the citizens of Apalachicola and its vi-
cinity, that they have now on hand a very neat
and well selected Stock of GOODS, which will be
sold low, consisting in part as follows:
Cloths and Cassimeres, various styles,
Fancy Prints, do. do.
Alapaca Lustre.; do. Figured,
Silks, Frode Ryne,
do. Montella
do. Satin Striped
Fancy Cashmere Robes
do. Merino do.
do. Delaine do.
Muslins, India Book
do.' Swxiss, Luce and Colored
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread
Shawls, Damask Silk
do- Marino,
do. Plaid Wool
Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves
Tuskan G, ipsey Bonnets, latest fashion
Ribbons ip, allprielies.
,'(' ..Brown Shiring,,7-8;,4-:4And.344 .'." .
-; "?,'Bleachedo do 18, 3-4, 4-4, 10-4 ad tIlt
,Blaikekts, 6t hiAd 8-4
Ingrain an&C'tton Carpeting
Q.Carpet. Bags .\ .
Hats a'nd Caps','atl styles
Boots and Shoes
Clothing ot all kinds.
Also, a neat assortment of JEWELRY, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
Call and examine for yourselves.
Dee 23 Cor. Water and Centre sts.
B. Ellison & Co., Cor. Water and
Chestnut sts.
MANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Maarline, Spun-
yarn, Oakttm, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive
ldoj 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-
digrie, Lith.irage, Suh)hur, Bri.-ht Varnish, Capal
,do, Tar;i.Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrutbdoz Clamp do,
Lamp Blacki Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck. Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
White, Blueand Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Sttip Spikis,-Boaf do- Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors,. Handspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib, Hanks, Hand
Pumps, Deck ,Buckets, Cedar" do ,Deck. Brooms,
Corn do, Caulkcing Mallets, Sarvingdo, Axes Axo-
H-elves, Hooksand Thimbles, Box Hooks,"Bal'e da
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do" Fish do, C.ulking
Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spokes, Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentors,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing' do, Palms, Rigging, Leather,
P.ump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets. Chisels';
Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets..'HUandsaW
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard.Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Pladlocks,
Wood Saws, 'Pendant Hanlyardg, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
: Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &c., &c.
Apalachicola, Dec: 9, 1847. '> '



For any one the four Reviews, $3 per annum.
For any two, do. 5 "
For any three, do. 7 "
For all four of the Reviews. 8 "
For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 "
For Blackwood and the 4 Reviews. 10,00
0- All communications should be addressed
(post paid) to ...... .. .. .
SLE90NARD SCOTT & CO -Publishers,
79 Fulton St., New York.


SEliabet, from NewTYdrR-, '
SHOES-Calf "Clay "Ties-; d& iJullifiers; .
Rubber Over Shoes, *with leather heels
and soles. '', 11 <
HATS-" Amidons,'" sBeaver 'and Moleskin, in
extreme fashion; also, a variety suitable
to country trade.
GLOVES--Kid, Silk, Linen, Wooleh and Buck,
of all varieties.
HOSIERY-Cotton, Woolen and Silk.
ALso-A few fasionable Pilot Over Coats,
Black Sacks, Pants, Vests, &c.
-lanJ-?. 1848. M. P. ELLIS.

Mary G.een, by her next ,rieiwti, '
vs. Bill for Di-
-Jame; Green, Defendant. 'vor66.
T-HE Court having been assured by affidavit
_L of complainant' in the above cause, that
James Green resides beyond the State of Florida,
but within the United States, it is ordered that a
hearing be had upon bhe facts charged in said
bill at the regular term of Court next ensuing
the date of this order, and thereupon to pass a
decree in the same manner as it the defendant
had appeared and were present in Court: Pro-
vwided axy.o-t a -coprof0 this order--&lhajra_
been published in some newspaper of this State
for the space of three months at least before the
first day of said term, and due proof of said pub-
lication be made to said Court.
GEO. S. HAWK4NS%.Judei-&e..
A True Copy. .
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk... .-" ?
Apalachicola, Dec. 25, 1847. 41' 50-,3m.


S HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
15 do New Orleans Sugar;
20 bbls St Croix" ,
5 bxs Stewart's Loaf., '
10 'bbls ground "
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50'diyJava ;
40 .bxs Aromatic Tobacc
50 Mnft'ddo.; -
20 Sperm Candles;/llbxs brownSoap;
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Pawder;
1000 Ibs LeAd;
200, kegs White Lead, No.'1,:xtra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER'& CO.
Dec'30 'I-, 41 Water street.

Caihonn Circuit Court.
Fall Term, 1847.

David J. Mears, ).
vs. 5.Billfor Divorce.
E lizab eth M ears. -: s
IT appearing to kli&e satisfaction of the Court
that the defendant'resides out of the Western
Circuit of Florida, and out of the;State, it is
ordered that said defiendaqt berequired to appear
and answer this bill of complaint on the 1st
Monday in April, A. D.'1848, and in default
thereof this said bill'be taken pro confesso, and
that this order be published in some newspaper
in this Circuit, for the space of three months
before the day ordered for the said hearing.
December 7, 1847. 49-3m
Iron, Nails, &c.
0^1' TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
20J 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities.;
20 Blacksmnith 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
Dee 30 41 Water street.

M BITTERS, just received and for sale by
; Nov 28 H. F. ABELL4 Druggist.
"FRESH Fall Crop,. for sale by ;
April 17 H.F. ;kBELL.

Dry Goods. '
DTRILLYNGS, Tickings, Cotton -Dsnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c.
"ror sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
.*yDee'fe Co'. Water and C'he.*nut sts.
"+;':""* Candies. '
A FEW boxes of Stewart's Refined Candies,
-.for sale by E. McCULLY,:
- Nov 11 ., 50 Water st.

A .1M R IC A N ...... :
Net and Twi0 e manufacturing
(Up Stairs,) BOSTON.
Manufacturers and' Dealers in Bryan's Patent
Twine Stands, Post Office Twipes, Baleing and
Bundle Twines, McCatty's Cotton Herring Twine,
Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and.Untanned, Flax
Herring Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid Mack-
erel Lines; Herring, Pohagan Shad, Bass, and
Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bags; Cod,
Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seines,
& c. '. . :
XV. B. XMets and Seines.knit to order at short
notice. B. ELLISON &. Co., Agents,
October 14, 1847. -39tf ... Apatachicola

Yardage for Cotton,
IROOM for 3000 bales in lower Cotton Yard.
Apply to '
Feb 24. D B WQOD & Co.

Boots and Shoes.
BOY'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. d.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes; *
Super Ladies' coarse and finq Calf Boots. '
A large and extensive assortment, just receiytd
andforsale by WM. G PORTER & CO':
Dec 30 41 Water street

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every morning;, except Sundays, at the rate of
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.prts f roceedings and Debates .9f tile
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'regadled by the.gre. 'mass of the people -fie
,yery best political textbookk for their ownlwiBmtrW
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Reporter," and will be placed on the list of "those
to -wfam the Extras will be despatebed. ': '".

A FEW bbls pure Cider Vintgar,-for'sale lo'w
by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50!Water st.

Hydrost.atic Ink vFoutitain.
A FEW Hyd,'ostatic Ink FoutuainslPen Racks,
Sand Boxes, Paper, Folders, Stamps, Seals,
Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by
Nov 18 J C ALLEN.
Gold Pens.
A FEW of Woodward & Brother's superior
Gotd Pens, just received and for sale by
October 21. J. C. ALLEN.

Map Agents Wanted.
T HE subscriber wishes to engage in the sal~of
JL his Masl 'n."trufbeT 6rfyoung and middle
aged men of moral and business habits, asira-
velling agents. Having completed new ,znd
greatly improved editions of his Universal A4ths,
72 Maps; large Map of the World, Refereace
and Distance Map of the United States, National
Map of the United States--also, a variety of
other Maps, including several Maps of Me~co,
the subscriber is prepared to furnish agents for
cash, at:thelowest possible prices. i
Address, ; i
Northeast corner of Market and Sevetrh
Dee 8 streets, Philadelphia. : 1

Groceries, &c.
lUST reeeived'from ne T r,'ptM er bp g'.bATaba-"
J ma, a general assortment Of Groceries, &c.
consisting in part as follows, vii:;
Crushed Sugar, "a fine article,';"
Pickles, assorted, Lemon Syrup,-,
Cog. Brandy, a-super. article," ..
Com do. ... / ,'
Holland Gin, of.the best"tquality, .
Northern Gin, .Peach Brandy, ; ',
St. Croix and Jamaica Runtt,
Maderia, Port and MalagaWines,
i Soap, Candles and Starch,., '
N. 0. Rectified Whiskey,-' ';.
Brown N. 0. Muscovado andft. Cxoix Sugar,
Bacon Sides, &c; &c. "
All of which will be sold low by
Nov 11 50 WrAter st.

SEIDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
best quality, for sale by
July 17 J. C ALLEN. -

Wood Ware, &c,
BD RREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour
Pails, Measures, Trksys, Axhelves% Buckets,
Brooms, &c. &c. for salpb'y :
Dec 9. Cor.' Waer and Che4nut sts.

Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c. ;
L 50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper; '.
Cottdh Meodrandum Books; i
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Books for Letter Press. '
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by ;
March ; H. F. ABELH.

BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by thecase;
Women',Shoes and Buskins;
,Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
4 9, fine sew'd-Brogans;
Men's ,pegged Boots;- .
gg., fine s.swed&-Boots;
Russet Brogans. For s#l6 by
Dee 9 W B,.:E aLISONd C u CO.,
.Dec 9; "' Cor. Wat(r and Chestnut sts.

Gr6ceeri's and Slip Stores.
R1IO COFFEE,. Jav;a do,'. St. .Domingo do,
Northern Flour,. Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do,.Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchong do*, -3Soachong. do,- Gosben
Batter, Cheese, Lard,,Bdoon.-Hams,. Side, Shoul-
des, Molasses, Whiske', Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime BRork, Mackerel. Shad, ,Salmon,
Herring, Sound6 and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices^"-Oatsups; -Pepper'Sau ej Olives,
Capers, Pickies,,' Soap,, Starch, Tbbapc*p, Navy
B~ead, Pilot'do, Crackers; ViregariDjie'! Fruits,
Beans, Saill; Raisens.MTicaarni', iacelli. Ar4
tow Root, Corn, Owls, Buckwheat; Mustard, RMce.
For sale by "B: E-'ITI-"3N & CO. "
- Eec 9. Cor. W er andf Chesiinut sis.

Fresh wGa den Seeds. ."''
A LAGE assortmentof Fresh.Seed, just reel
Ind for .ale by
Nov 11 ... J. C.. ALLN

,"-UININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust re-
;'SC ceived and for sate by,,,
.April,17 H. F, H.F'ABELL.

: i,^ *: Castile Soap ,"* **,**, i
+TrMST;received,.and for sale by :; ;+ ^-: //
.-'.W, 11 : ... *H .: F; ABELfc;' '
J'VA-iB[TTERhS, just 'received anid'for ;e 'b,7 /
+ ',No.2t: 'J. C." AWEC, ;
QIEETINGS, Shirtings. and Ppints, ,bylhi./
bale and'case,,low for-cash, by" '.
B. ELLISON & O.. /
Dee 9. Oor. Water and Chestnut-Ak.]7
'. /


i. .. Syirups. .
jK DOZ,; assorted Syrupaso of superior quality,
++ just.recei.ved from H;avana, and foil sale by
.j'.Df.ic'23 ', .,. E McULLY.

S WEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding an '. den
Hoes, Blacksmiths.Bellows, Cotton a.. .'Vool
Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron an,;'3gar
Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by ,/'
B ELLISON &k/'c,.
Dec 9 Cor. Water and Ched-t sts.
Bailey's Tonic: Tfixtv&. ,
TIHIS is a valuable compound fluid xtract of
1 Cinchona and Rubra, a, vegeta,' febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague.- SI by
June 12 *' |-ABELL.

**-EEF'Mess-arid Prime,
-ID" Pork--Do, + do ;.
t 'Bread-2Navy and Pilot, for sale by
++'Dec.30 ,-:r B ELLISON & Co:'
+; Cordials.
-., .FE\W dozen bottles,, jt received from Ha-
A--, v'ana, and for sale K l
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


sttiness 3trrCtorms.

Billiard Saloong

Stofnssioalt Wotfc s.

0:y May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.


Cor. Commerce and Centre-sts.
THE subscriber respectfully announces to his
friends, and the Public, that he has opened
the above house, and solicits their Patronage.-
There will always be found at the bar
selection of Liquors, Wines and Segars, and
Mine Host, with his assistant, will pay strict at-
tention to those that do (Dew) Drop in.
N. B. Hot Lunch daily at 11, A. M.
Feb. 11, 1848.' 5-tf
Apalachicola Exchange.
THE subscriber informs his friends
S and the public in general, thatli 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 their custom, and will also accommo-
date resident boarders. The bar will always be
supplied with genuine liquors of the choicest
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1847.

N the management of this Hotel, the under-
signed will use his best exertions to please his
guests. He asks the public for their patronage.
November 11, 1847. 43-6m.

1 g _~ I


W. G. M. DAVIS, Editor.

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Commerce and Chestnut streets.
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To those who advertise by the year a liberal
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strictly pertaining to their own business, as well
as all legal advertisements sent in by them, will
be charged at the usual rates.
All legal advertisements must be paid for
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Q- Five Dollars will be charged for announc-
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.0- All advertisements from a distance must
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W .n.G. Porter & Co.
No. 41 Water street,
Dec 80 Apalachicola, Fa.
B. L. Course, -, HB. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & C9.
No. 43 Water street,
Dec 12 A.alachicola, Fla.
Loc^1i~art <-& loaizng,
M E R C 1 A N T S,
No. 53 Water street,
nov-2t Apalachicola, Fla
liarper & S~olnaies
As1ent. for the
of the City of NVeto York,
SNo. 51' \V.ter street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
W. T. Woon. E. B. BALLO..
Wood & Ballon,
Oiice: No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
.Jan 1- -- Apalachicola, Fa.
Wylie & t'HcKenzie,
No. 42 Water street,
Spt. I, 13817. ,palachicola, Fa.
S, S. Sclhitffer.
yL. Particular attention paid to patting up family,
Sstetamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
Niv. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.
H. F. Absell,
OILS, GLASS, &c., ke.
Ako- r general asiartmenat of Statinery.
C ,r. of C'iastnut and Water streets,
,).)ril Ll Apalachicola, Fa.

e l a lllia Salter,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dnc. t, 1817. Apalachicola, Fla,
J. C. Allen,
Wholesale and iRetail Dealer 2n
GLASS, BRI_'s.-[.:.s;c.,&c.
a ,^,,^r~~ntment. ~
BOO 'S, Pr '1 -i'rATIONE.,Y, -c ,&c.
c '.. ,t .1.,1 5z1 & Commerce streets,,
1-: 4 Apalaeiclcola, Flia.
B. S. HI'awley,
No. 28 Water street,
Dec <5 Aoalachicola, Fa.
Avery & Joaes,
No. 43 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
B. Ellison & Co.,
. CHANDL-Rc &:
Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Dec 9 Apalachicola, Fa.
Edward McCualy,
,. No. 50 Water street.
Nov 11 Apalachicola, Fa.
Jas. .F.Farrior,
11 No. 50 Water street
Nov l1 Apalachicola, Fla.
(- Calla & Romain,

S No. O Columbus Block.
Nov. 18 Apalachicola, Fla.
*S. M. Nickerson,
No 1 Columbus Block,
Dec. 23 Apalachicola, Fa.

-_IIAI.I~--LIIL ~-CIL--~ --- 1



Cooke & Homrne,
No.-13, St. Charles Street, "
feb 8.





"II -.-

_1 _

is the jet, but sparkling as the diamond.
Listen to the vows of fond affection. Here
et us rest," said she, drawing him t6 a sofa,
'here, with my arm round thee, will Ipro-
est my true affection."
Leave me, oh leave," murmured Sam,
" think of my youth, my inexperience-
spare, oh, spare my palpitating beatt"
"Leave thee," said Susan, pressing him
closer to her; "never, until the stoiy of
restless nights, of unquiet days, of a4ira-
i n-. fond emotions, and nndying loft, is
aid before thee. Know that for fatrs I
have nursed for thee a secret passion. 16ed
I tell how each manly beauty moted the;
how I worshipped like a sun-flower in the
lurid light of those scarlet tresses; -fw my
fond heart was entrapped in the m6shbd of
those magnificent'1vhiskers ; how I afs wil-
ling to yield up to the government of (tat
' imperial;' thy manners so modest, sO deli-
cate, enchanted me-joy to me-for ty j'oy
was my joy. My heart iS thine--tak6 it-
take it-but first let me snatch one kht from
those ruby lips."
The overwrought feelings of the deleate
youth were too strong, an he fainted f06m
excess of joy. Meanwhile the enafifored
maiden hung fondly over him, and-
Slowly the eyes of Sambel Smith opened
--he gazed wildly around him-ithen ineet-
ing the ardent gaze of his iovyer,' he blush-
ed deeply, and behind hs kerchief faidt.f
faltered out-"ask my pd."
My best beloved !-On the mining t
the day which makes you both happy be-
yond measure, I pray with unusual joy td
the Almighty I can wish for you nothing
further. Now indeed you possess all. To
increase your happiness, heaven must ren-
der it undying. Your happiness resides in
your own hearts, and so can never cease,
But when you find nothing further to desire,
when the rapturous feeling of possessing
each other fills all your souls, let at least a
side glance be bestowed on Friendship.-
Forget not that it prays for you, for yott
weeps tears of joy, and cannot bear to part
with the pleasing dream of assisting to makd
your days beautiful. Do not discharge it
from such services! theb" a t i
4 wuuulm be ieTt to it had you no-
thing more in any way to desire! The
longing which refuses to part from the be-
loved that was once so dear to our hearts
was the inventor of urns. They are memo-
rials of eternal duration ; let one of them bd
to-day the symbol of your love atid out
union. This day, five thousand, years ago<
Zeus feasted the Immortals on Olympus.
On the gods taking their seats, there arose
a contest for precedence among the three
daughters of Jupiter. Virtue claimed to go
before Love ; Love would not yield to Vir,
tue; and Frienship insisted or. preceding
both. All heaven was thrown into commo-
tion, and the contending goddesses present.
ed themselves before Saturnius's throne!
There is but one nobility recognized idt
Olympus," exclaimed the son of Chronos;
and one law only by which the gods give
sentence. She is the first who makes the
happiest men." I have& won !'l Love cried
out in triumph; even my sister, Virtue,
can promise her favorite no higher reward
than me; and what bliss I can impart let
Jupiter and all the diiinities around hird
testify." "And how long do these raptures"
last?" interposed Virtue, gravely; "he
whom my impenetrable regis protects, can
despise even the terrible Fates, to which tied
very Immortals themselves do homage.. If
thou canst boast of the example of the gods,
so, too, may I; the son of Saf6tn hirieflf
must become a mortal whenever he ceases to
be virtuous." Friendship stood aloof and'
said nothing. "And thou, my daughter,"
cried Jupiter, not a word. What great
things are thy favorites promised ?" None
of all these," the goddess answered; and
turned aside'; that no one might see the tear
that she wiped from her blushing cheek.
While they are hagpy, they leave me
alone ; but they seeklme when thpyy qnffer/'
Be reconciled to each other,' the~{aTflhr
of the gods now said :-"your's is the fair-
est strile that Zeus has yet had to compose ;.
but none of you are worsted iu it. My
masculine daughter Virtue shall teach
steadfastness to her sister Love ; and Love'
shall make happy no favorite that has not
been led to her by Virtue. But letFriend'-
ship step between you both, and answer fd
me for the eternity of the union."--Schilar'sf
Correspondence with Kornmt.







ere able, Miss Clark's clothes. At the
rst dawn of morning they stepped out, and l
hack being procured, she departed for 1
ewcastle. Miss Williamson gave her all '
e money she had, $5, as at the time sli t
ft Col. Davis's she had not a dollar.
At Newcastle, Miss Clark met her lover,
nd they started for Baltimore, where they s
ere met by Miss Williamson, who acted as
ridemaid on the occasion of their marriage.
immediately after her marriage, Miss Clark,
hom we shall now call Mrs. Whiiney, set
bout hunting up facts in relation to her
irth. Threats were used, and every ob-
acle made use of to prevent her. Her firsi
are was to find her mother, and after a
ong search, bshe was at last discovered we
believe, in the Island of Jamaica. She al-
nost immediately recognized her daughter.
nd gave the marriage certificate of her hus-
and, Daniel Clark, from whom she had
een separated some time before his death.
Proceedings were immediately commenced,
ut for a short while with a small prospect
f success. Threats were not only made
against herself and husband, but against any
ne who should advocate their cause. It
was with difficulty a lawyer could be pro-
ured to plead her cause; even the very
udges on the bench were the feed counsel
of the other side, and generally supposed to
be under the influence of bribery.
Finally her husband was thrown into pri-
on, during the prevalence of the fever, and
afterwards she was imprisoned with him,
with a small child at her breast. Whitney
oon died; not, however, without strong
suspicion of foul play. She afterwards was
released, and though a widow, still prose-
uted her suit with determined resolution.
So glaringly was the partiality of the judges
once displayed, that the crowd in court
could hardly contain their indignation.-
Her life was two or three times attempted.
Her first acquaintance with Gen. Gaines as
when she was fired at, and part of her dress
shot away. Gen. Gaines came and offered
her his protection, and she soon after mar-
ried him. Her.opponents dared not use
he same means with a general in the U. S.
army as they had already done with her first
husband, a private individual.
After going through so many courts, we
nnw lparn that t'- i L eiO uecliea in
her favor. The value of the property is now
near twenty millions of dollars. Mrs.
Gaines is now about forty years of age,
about five feet high, has a sweet expression
of countenance, rather a French cast. She
has, at the same time, an indomitable reso-
lution, as every circumstance of her life has
shown. She is very charitable and warm-
hearted, and never forgets her old friends.
She, even now, remembers with gratitude
the services of her early friend, (formerly
Miss Williamson, now Mrs. Chambers, and
assures her when she comes into her estate,
she will remunerate her for her former kind-

riddle and answer at the same time; for the
Boston Transcript has let the cat out of the
bag' altogether prematurely.
There is a word of plural number,
Foe to peace and tranquil slumber;
Now, any word you choose to take,
By adding s you plural make;
But if you add an s to this,
Strange is the metamorphosis;
Plural is plural word no more,
And sweet what bitter was before.
To minds weighed down by many cares,
No peace nor rest can e'er be theirs ;
But if you wish to make them less,
To that one word just add an-s,
Lo, bitter cares all lose their might!
One SWEET CARESS puts all to flight.

(Late T. CLARK.)
l t CONTINUES to carry on the
businessin Apalachicola, oppo-
site the City Hotel in Centre st.
Having superior workmen, he is
confident that all who may patronize him will
find that they have called at the right shop.
French Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather
Boots and Shoes made to order, of the latest and
most approved style. Also, Patent Leather Gai-
ter Boots and Shoes made in a superior manner.
He will keep constantly on hand a large and se-
lected assortment of Ready Made Boots, Shoes
and Brogans. All mending, &c., done with neat-
ness and promptitude, and on terms that cannot
fail to be recognized as in keeping with the com-
petition in trade and the closeness of th- .
Apalachicola, Dec. 9, 1847. 47-6m
Underwood & Caigh,

SRESPECTFULLY offert heir ser-
vices to the citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and the county of Franklin
generally, in the line of tehir pro-
fession. Having monthly com-
munication with the principal
Northern cities, they will be ena-
bled to furnish their patrons at all
Stimeswith the NEWEST AND LA-
ed monthly, showing at a view the most Fashion-
able Styles of Dress, which will be a decided
advantage to a fashionable community.
N. B. Genttemens' Morning Gowns and Eve-
ning Wrappers made to order; Cloaks of every
description made in the usual forms of the day;
Walking and Riding Gaitors made in a superior
manner; Tunic Dresses and Boys' Clothes of
every description made in a neat and fashionable
style. All garments made at this establishment
warranted to fit.
8Oj Shop, Second Story Baltzell's Buildings.
Entrance on Chestnut street.
October 14, 1847. 39-6m
91 A plate of Fall and Winter Fashions just
rec ived.

Underwood & Caigh
Apalachicola, Fa.
0tAll orders attended to with punctuality
and despatch. Jan. 20
1M. N. Scott & Brother,
HATS, &c.,
Cor. Water and Centre-streets,

We are asked, if we should deem the following
worthy a place in our columns, to insert it. It is
the production (we are advised) of a young, beau-
tiful, and talented authoress, entirely unknown to
fame, but one of our readers. She shall be gra-
tified.-[N. Y. Express.
When the still midnight rests on earth and ocean,
Ere yet the daybreak and the shadows flee.
Recalled to earth by life's ONE deep emotion
I come to thee.
I, who in life had not a thought or feeling
Unshared by thee. mine idol and my bride ;
There in the dimness of thy chamber kneeling,
Am by thy side.
Once more, a voice unto thine ear hath spoken,
Words which .Y widowed love should never hear;
While thou wert listening, hadst thou not a token
That I was near 1
Was not the echo of my voice around thee,
When thou wert welcoming another's tone 1
Could'st thou not feel the spirit-chain that bound
To me alone 1 [thee
Canst thou forget me thou, whose young heart
Was but the softened echo of mine own:-
Canst thou forget the parting and the meeting,
We two have known 1.
By the remembrance of that blessed union
Which linked our hearts in tenderness and truth ;
The holy sympathy, the sweet communion,
Of early youth;
By that idolatry which lavished on thee
Its treasures since the hour when first we met,
Which fixed in death its parting look upon thee-
Canst thou forget .
No, dream not thus! for though my voice may
Mingle again its joyous tones with thine,
No EARTHLY HAND the viewless bond may sever,
Which holds thee mine !
Asthou wouldstshun the sadand hopeless yearning,
The deep repentance o'er a broken vow:
As thou wouldst feel thy earthly peace returning,
Think on me now !
For in this silent hour beside thee, prayeth
He, who, though sleeping, would not be forgot,
And that deep love which conquered Death still
Forsake me not! [sayeth

Dec 23

Apalachicola, Fa.

A. Dodge,
No. 40 Water Street,
Dec 23. Apalachicola, Fa.
Wm. W. Sims. WM. W. CHEEVER
Sims & Cheever,
Office No. 36 Water street.
dec23 Apalachicola, Fla.

Roberts, Allen & Co.,
And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
Dec 24 Apalachicola, Fa.
Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Clias. Rogers & Co.,
Water street,

dec 21,

Apalachicola, Fa.

J. Stevenson & Co.
No. 45 Water Street,
Dpc. 23, 1847. Apalachicola, Fa.
J. Day & Co.,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa.
ib-- Agents for LLOYDS ; also, Agents for the
"-Etna Insurance Co." the Protection Insurance
Co." and the "Hartord Insurance Co." Hartford
D. B. Wood & Co.,
No. 44 Water-street,
Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa.
A. N. McKay & Co.
No. 40 Water-street,


THE public are respectfully informed
that the above establishment has been
entirely refitted, and is now open for the
reception of permanent and transient Boarders,
and the subscribers hope by strict attention to the
business of their house to be second to none in
rendering their guests comfortable. Their table
will be supplied at all times with every delicacy
the market affords. Planters and Captains of
vessels will find this a very convenient house.
Game, Oysters, &c. served up at all hours and
in the best style. The Bar will be well stocked
with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Segars.
Attached to the establishment is a Billiard Sa-
loon, spacious and well lit up.
Grateful for past favors, the subscribers hope
that their friends and the public will continue to
sustain them.

[From the Delaware Blue Hen's Chicken.]

As the case of this extraordinary woman
(Mrs. Gaines) has for a long time past ex-
cited the interest of the peopfle.oai -w 1
try, we think it will not be uninteresting to
give our readers a slight sketch of her early
Mira Clark, now Mrs. Gaines, who is well
known to our citizens, having in early life
resided here, was born in New Orleans, her
father Daniel Clark, (well known in the po-
lItical and commercial history of Louisiana,)
being a partner of Col. Davis, of this coun-
ty. Her father died, and when only a few
months old, she was adopted by Col. Davis,
and brought up as his own child. A man
by the name of Ralph destroyed her father's
will, and obtained possession of the whole
of the immense property of her father, con-
sisting of nearly the whole of the new part
of New Orleans, (at that time worthfive mil-
lions of dollars. and now worth much more.)
She lived in entire ignorance of her parent-
age for a long time. The first idea she had
of her parentage, was being taunted by a
girl at school with the fact 'that Col. Davis
was not her father. Afterwards, she dis-
covered it from some papers which she
found, while looking for some documents
which she was to send to the Colonel at
Harrisburg-they at that time living in
Pennsylvania. Some time time afterwards,
she visited the Sulphur Springs, Virginia,
oud while there, on aeb'oTriRof her carriage
breaking, she became acquainted with a
young man named Wmin. Whitney, a son of
Gen. Whitney, of New York. Soon after-
wards, he visited her in Philadelphia, but
the Colonel not approving of the match, he
was forbid the house. Colonel Davis soon
after moved to Delaware, a place near Wil-
mington, and Miss Clark not being allowed
to see her lover, she corresponded with him.
To prevent detection, her letters were
directed to Miss Mary Ann Williamson,
(now the wife of Rev. Cory Chambers, of
this city,) daughter of our late Mayor and
Postmaster, she carefully keeping the se-
cret, and punctually delivering the letters
into the hands of Miss Clark, and sending
hers to Mr.[Whitney in return. Miss Clark
was by this time fully acquainted with her
parentage and the immense estate of her
father. At last, she received a letter from
Mr. Whitney, urging iher by all she held
true, and the love she bore him, to elope
with him. The plan was laid and the time
fixed. Mr. Whitney was to be at Newcas-
tle, where she was to join him. None was
let into the secret but Miss Williamson.-
To prevent detection, Miss Clark called all
the dogs together about Col. Davis's place,
that evening, put them in one of the out-
buildings, and locked them all up. At last
the night came, and a terrible one it was,
too; the wind howled, the rain poured in
torrents, and the darkness was only now and
then illuminated by fearful flashes of light-
ning. Undaunted by the raging elements,
Miss Clark stepped from her bed-room on
the balcony, and by means of the pillar of
the balcony or a rope, managed to reach the
ground in safety, and immediately ran as
fast as she could to Wilmington. It was a
fearful night for a girl so small, so young
and delicate, to venture abroad, alone and
unattended. On her way, if possible, the
rain became heavier, and the flashes of
lighcning more vivid.
At last she reached the residence of Mr.,
Williamson, drenched with rain, and the
top of her band-box beat in by the violence
of the storm. Miss Williamson was wait-
ing alone in the passage to receive her; the
low knock at the door was given, the key
softly turned, the door opened, and Miss
Clark, pulling off her little kid slippers,
which were wet through, softly ascended
the stairs, so as not to alarm the rest of the
family. The tidies employed themselves
until morning, in drying, as well as they

Apalachicola, Fa.

Dec 15

J. 1. &J 3. M. Hull,
No. 48 Water street,

17. 43-tf.

November 11, 184

Dr. S. Parsons,

Apalachicola, Fa.
i:i May be consulted at the Mansion House.
Dec 39), 1t7. 50
Dr. A, W. Chapman,
j Otfice over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnu street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied b3 Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. -tf
W. G. M. Da is,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.

He will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and Jackson Circuit Courts-and will, upon
a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
see, the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.
A. G. Semmes,
80- f0ice, Nb. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
H. E. Owens,
CLA.YTON, Barbonr County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf

ability diffuse itself over his feelings, and
thought he would faint with propriety the HORRIBLE DEATH.-We translate' 1te'
first time a young lady should squeeze his following from a French paper:
hand. A banditti, consisting of eighf persons,
Rap, rap, rap, sounded at the door.- were recently arrested during the night, in
" Mercy," exclaimed he, if here isn't Miss a village near Venice. As it was too late to
Jones, and I all in dishabille, and looking transport them elsewhere, they were put
like a fright-goodness gracious I must into a dungeon, and the chief of the band,.
go, right away, and fix myself up." notorious foa his cruelty, and the number of
As he left the room Miss Jones entered, assassinations be had committed, was confi-
and with a composed air intimated that she ned in an old tower which'had been unin-
would wait. Miss Susan Jones was a firm habited for some time. Towards midnight,
believer in woman's rights, and now that the the sentinel, who was near this tower, hav-
season was propitious, she determined to ing heard at first oaths, and Afteiwards-
take advantage thereof, and do a little court- groans, reported this to the locav authority.
ing on her own hook. It was one of wo- Little importance was attached to it, and
man's privileges, which had been usurped they waited till morning- to confirm the eir-
by the tyrant, man, and she was determined cumstance; but what was their astotish-
to assert her rights, 'in spite of the hollow meant when, at break of day, they repairedtop
formalities of a false system of society, the tower, they found cle prisoner dead, and
Meanwhile, with a palpitating heart, Sam all his limbs mangled. In order to discover'
Smith went through a series of personal the cause of so terrible a death, they depo-
adornments. The last twist was given to sited in the same place several pieces .(
his collar, the last curl to his whiskers, end, poisoned food. At the end of two days
with white cambric in hand, he descended thirty-six serpents were found dead in t"te.
to the parlor. Miss Jones rushed to receive same place.
him, and, grasping his hand with fervor,
said: "Dearest, bow beautiful you look," JUST LIKE THEM.-The American D*-
accompanying her words with a glance of mocrat, of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, says, that
undisguised admiration. petitions signed by mote than six thou-
Spare the blushes of a modest young sand ladies, hive been presented to the Le-
man," said Sam, applying his cambric to gislature of this State, praying for the abo-
his face to hide his confusion, lition of the death penalty. The dear crea'-
Nay, my love, why so coy ?" said Su- tures!-the only hanging in the world ought
san ; turn not away those lovely eyes, dark to be about their necks !'"

[From the St. Louis Reveille.]
Sam Smith sat at home on New Year's
day, in dishabille. His beard was unshaved,
his hair was uncombed, his boots were un-
blacked, and he was leaning back in a pic-
turesque attitude, with his heels against the
mantel-piece, smoking a cigar. Sam thought
to himself that it was leap year, and how
glorious it would be if the ladies could only
be induced to pop the question in accord-
ance with their ancient privileges. As he
sat watching the smoke which so gracefully
curled, his fancy glowed with the idea. How
delightful it would be to have the dear crea-
tures fondling on him, and with tender
glances endeavoring to do the agreeable!
As he meditated his heart softened, and he
began to feel a squeamish, womanly sensi-

City Hotel, Tallahassee.
OTIGE.-I have to inform my friends and
the patrons of this house, that I have leased
it, and that it will hereafter be conducted by
WILLIAM HEMINGWAY, Esq., who has for
many years been connected with the first class
Hotels at the North, and recently from the Ame-
rican Hotel in New York. Beleaving he will
keep an excellent house, and spare no exertion or
expense to make his guests comfortable, I recom-
mend the house to my friends and the public.
Tallahassee, Nov. 1, 1847. 43-6m.


Rat, Mouse & Cockroach Poison.
T 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.

Genesee Flour, Goshen Butter,
AND a superior article of CHEESE, for sale
by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.

Bowling Saloon and Billliard
HE proprietor of the Athenaeum Bowling
Saloon" has used every endeavor to make
the establishment an agreeable place of resort,
and is thankful that an ever discriminating pub-
lic prove by liberal patronage their appreciation
of his desire to please. He will always keep a
choice assortment of Liquors, and refreshing
beverages, of a sort to tickle the palates of Old
Bacchus' most fastidious sons; and Oysters,
cool and delicious, fresh from their native banks.
For a pleasant commingling of exercise and
amusement-utile cum dulce-there is nothing
within the circle of gymnastics to compare with
a game of ten-pins; but those preferring less
active amusements, can always take a hand.
Come one-come all."'
Apalachicola, Dec. 30, 1847. 50-tf

ATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st.

INGLE and double, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.

Drugs, Medicsnes & Chemicals.
FRESH supply of Drugs, Medicines and
Chemicals, now landing from bark Reform,
and for sale by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN

D. Danforth,
03" Cotton bought on order.
Refers to
B. F. HoDmr, ) e Orleans
J. G. DUNLAP, ew Oneans
Messsrs,.WLirm & MCKENZIE, Alachicola
.. S. H,.THsoN, Apalachicola.

RACE CHAINS, Spades, Locks, assorted,
Wagonand Cart Boxes, Drawing Knives and
Irons, &c. &c. for sale low by
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.

Bagging and Rope,
OR sale by E, McCULLY,,
Nov 1.1. o Water st.



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School Books.
SCHOOL BOOKS, of all kinds, just rec'd by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN.*
D ITCHETTVS celebrated Spanish Specific- for'
sale by [Feb 24] H F ABEEL:*.,
Bacon, Flour, Sugar, Coffeei au a
ALWAYS on hand, and for sale low by i
Dec 25 EMcCUL]fY;:, '

Old Reserve Whiskey.,.
O F Smith's Eagle Brand, for sale by
E. McCULLY,- ",
Nov 11 50 Waterst..

Tanners' OHk 4
FOR sale by : ..
Dec 30 B ELI.SON, 4 o-J"
For Sate,, ,,
K BBLS Hay, now landing frotm ship Flori
55.) dian. Apply 0 to r ,''
Dec 23. Ovksg, Srl jo I&. toe,.
S* 'Salt **
SACKS Liyerpb Saf, cark, ofBM
301JJ!. ship Queeno for sale by .; !'-
Dec! 20'.** J Dt^pl,
Razor Strops. 4 "
C"HAPMAN and Emerson's St oplBJ j E te
ceived ind for sale by /',,,*, ;,,
,Feb24 U l,.Ai^
ta n e'etsz. :'* : '* :r".f'- *;: ... !*
SPRING and Thambh Lancets, jaj't' receiivrM-
. and for'sale by : ...... ... .. .,
Feb -V4 HF .ABEl. [
tHenry's Mlagnesia, "
,: "UST received and~for salebby, '.*-
J' Feb24 F ABE LP

[From the N. Y. Herald. Feb 27.]
-Highly. tIportaut fromt the Be-
.public of Venezuela.
Terrible .J[aritcre of Members of' Congress.
IWe have received some highly important
intelligence from Venezuela. It reached
:'.us by fast night's mail -from the South.
..Adcordig to' our despatches, the schr.
Susan :Lndwvi;.-Carpt. Doty, arrived at Nor-
folk on the ,24th inst., from Leguayra,
'whence 'she sailed' on the 1st inst.
; She was chartered to bring despatches to
ihe government at Washington ; and our at-
tentive correspondent took advantage of the
circumstance to forward letters to the New
York Herald.
We learn that CaGpt. Doty proceeded im-
mediately to -Washington with the des-
There have been some terrible scenes en-
,acted at Caracas. The Venezuelian Con-
gress met on the 24th ult., was overwhelmed
by the populace, set on, it is said, by the
President, and several of the members hor-
ribly' massacred-.' It was expected that a
revolution would immediately break out
Stihrous1otit the,:republic.
The grI v!si excitement prevailed when
the Susan taidwig sailed,
We have received several accounts of the
scenes, one, of which we annex.
Special Despatch to the New York Herald.
CARACAS, Jan. 27, 1848.
I herewith seird you a hasty sketch of
the present'siate of this-city.
About one year ago.'Gen. Monargas was
placed in the Presidential chair by-the party
-called Oligorquis:'ihe choice was a forlorn
hope at the time, as he was the only person
v .Ito oppose the candidate of the liberal party.
On the arrival of the President elect at La
Guira, Gen. Paez met him on terms of
*friendship, (although many years of dis-
gustohad existed between them) and after a
cordial embrace they came up to Caracas.
Paez used his influence and advice to form
the cabinet, with some of our best citizens.
The government started quietly, and con-
fidence and hope animated thle public. A
few short weeks put an end to our expecta-
tions; several of the cabinet retired in dis-
gust, and the, President kept the breach
widening, by the appointment of- a number
of fenders against the former government.-
Many influential men, and among them Gen.
Flores, endeavored to heal the breach.
Meetings were held, remonstrances and
'threats from the ptess poured forth in vol-
umes ; finally, it was determined to impeach
-the President before the Congress about to
In the meantime the President disarmed
the militia active, and placed arms in the
hands of, the melitia reserva, known to be
the most favorable to the liberal party ; all
the old liberals were invited to return, and
*many were placed in office, some not being
entitled to citizenship. Commerce became
crippled, and confidence destroyed ; the
government hobbled on with an empty trea-
sury ; large bodies of troops were preparing,
near Caracas; and on the 24th of this
month, when there were scarcely members
enough to form a quorum in the House of
Representatives, there were 4,000 troops in
- -and near the city. On the opening of Con-
gress, serious disorder commenced between
several members; high words drew a great
crowd ; daggers were drawn, and, it is said,
a member from the city-Hon. Hemeregil-
"Ao Carcia-stabbed a member from riara-
which ensued was terrific; those that could,
fled; and when the alarm reached the
-street, the citizens fled in terror. A body
of soldiers rushed in front of the hall, firing
several volies indiscriminately into the win-
dows. Several members reached the door,
and were cut down like dogs. The woun-
ded member bleeding was not recognized
by the soldiers, they fell on him-his left
cheek and ear were shot away-a severe cut
over the head, -aqd his head nearly severed
,from his body, and his body terribly man-
fled with bayonets. The Hon. Julian Gar-
cia, of Caracas, was shot throughout the head
--rthe ball entering one ear and passing out
at the other--all the fingers on the left
hand cut off, and sixteen wounds in other
parts of the body. The Hon. Juan Garcia
had a sword run through his body, and fell
,dead. Col. Smith was badly wounded with
a bayonet--several others killed and some
wounded. Those who could not escape in
lront, wrenched off the iron bars of a back
window, and, by means of a settee, made a
i bridge to the top of wall, where a few poles
were found ; and with these they escaped
.over several ,walls, torn and bruised. The
whole square was ,soon surrounded by the
troops, and the honorable members were
made prisoners--some with scarcely clothes
on--some without hats, boots, or indispen-
sables; sotne few shared a better fate. T[he
crowd rushed into the hall, destroying the
furniture, and cutting to pieces a harge por-
trait of Bolivar. In half an hour, thousands

,of vagabonds were parading the streets with
all kinds of weapons; every house was in-
stantly .closed ; all the foreigners who had
flag s,"u-furled them -for protection; none
but those who happened to be out were in
the streets; every few, minutes the harsh
challenge, quen viva, or the rush of cavalry
4troke on the ear ; night soon closed in dark-
ness, and a deathlike stillness prevailed dur-
in'g the night.
On' ihe morning of the 25th, the citizens
crept cautiously out. About noon the dead
were interred without ceremony. At one
o'cloek the members Were escorted to the
hall and compelled' per force to nass several
'* resolutions. A bando was proclaimed, re-
questing the citizens to resume their busi-
,ness,,with an assurance of protection.
On the 26th the members met again, the
President andhis guards being in the hall
with the members, while several resolutions
were passed exonerating the executive front
all censure and a general amnesty proclaim-
In the mean time, the first day's butchery
is spreading to the iaierior, and thequestion
is asked in an under tone, will Gen. Paez
come? All eyes are now towards the
plains. If the great chief:comes with two
or three thousand Lianaros and the soldiers
shave courage enough to face their swif
b \ horses and sharp lances, we shall have some
\bloody work among us. The President is
n\ow raising 1000 horsemen. A few days
musi'determine. Should another opportu
\ity offer, I will advise you of what is to

The following, taken from one of our ex-
change papers received yesterday, anticipa-
ted the whole difficulty:
We have dates from Caracas, the seat of
government of Venezuela, to January 22.
Congress has assembled at the capitol, but
had not organized in consequence of not
being able to form a quorum. An organi-
zation it was supposed, however, would be
effected, a few days after the above date.-
The present session it is predicted will prove
a very stormy one, as the articles of im-
peachment against the President, which
were introduced last session, will be brought
up again, and should they pass, of which
there is a probability, the legislature will be
broken up by the minions of the executive,
and a sanguinary collision will take place
between them and the republicans. Busi-
ness at Laguayra was very dull; the new
crop of coffee was coming in very slow, and
prices ruled high.

TAIN.-The N. Y. Courier says:-
We learn from a souce that admits of
no question, that at the time of the Hiber-
nia's sailing, the basis of a treaty between
Great Britain and the United States had
been agreed upon, which would place the
Post Office arrangements between the two
countries on terms of perfect reciprocity.

NIGHT.-Night is beautiful in itself, but
still more beautiful in its associations ; it is
not linked, as day is, with our cares and our
toils, the business and the littleness of life.
The sunshine brings with it its action ; we
rise in the morning, and our task is before
us; but night comes, and with it, rest. If
we leave sleep, and ask not of dreams for-
getfulness, or waking is in solitude, and'our
employment is thought. Imagination has
thrown her glory around the midnight-the
orbs of Heaven, the silence, the shadows
are steeped in poetry. Even in the heart of
a crowded city, where the moonlight fell
but upon pavement and roof, the heart
would be softened, and the mind elevated,
amid the loneliness of night's deepest and
stillest hours.

AN END TO A CIRCLE.-A hard-up male
acquaintance was over-heard soliloquizing
thus:--" they say a sovereign is round, and
so it is; but give a woman one to take to a
draper's shop, and she'll soon make an end
to it."
In Oregon, laborers get three dollars a
day, and carry a hod made of Rosewood.
Ten, twenty, or more pounds weight of
mercury, brought into contact with a mix-
ture uf ether and carbonic acid, become in
a few minutes firm and malleable.
If a piece of potassium be placed on ice,
it instantly takes fire with a bright flame,
and melts a deep hole into the ice.
Dr. Priestly had a burning glass con-
structed nearly three feet in diameter and it
produced a heat that melted iron plates in a
moment. It melted 20 grains of gold in
four seconds, 20 grains of silver in three
seconds. -10 grains of--platina in three se-
conds and as much flint in 30 seconds.

An iron pillar square at'the top and bot-
tom, is about three times as strong as if
rounded at the ends; if the pillars are not
placed perfectly perpendicular, at least two-
thirds of their strength is lost ; and they are
one-seventh stronger when swelled in the
middle, like the frusirum of a cone, with the
base in the centre of the pillar.
A silver wire, the thirteenth of an inch in
diameter, will sustain one hundred and thir-
ty-seven pounds. A wire of lead, of the
same size, sustains twenty-eight pounds,
and tin, thirty-six pounds.
The English Board of Admiralty is stated
to have in their possession a chronometer
watch which has not varied a second in 17
THE VERy LAST.-A Miss Gilmore some-
where down east, was courted by a man
whose name was Hadduck, who told her
that he only wanted one gill more to make
him a perfect fish !
LEHEM."--The large silver star sunk in the
place supposed to have been the site of the
manger where .Christ was born has been
stolen. The La'tins and Greeks accuse
each Other of the robbery.

Per steamer Southerner-Miss Allbright, Miss
Cary, Mrs Gary and 2 children, D J Day, J F Bos-
worth, Condrey.
Per steamer Eufaula-Thos Hammock.
Per steamer Boston-Rev Mr Ellis, Hall, L B
Per steamer Peytona-Dr Lockhart, lady and
servant, Mrs Young, children and servant, Miss
Lockhat, Miss Gunby.
Per steamer Apalachicola-Mrs Owens, child
and servant.
Per steamer H S Smith-Col N Cruger, Messrs
Carrier, Parker, Swift, Wooldridge, Snead,
Chapman, Magender, Smith.
Per steamer Viola-Mrs P T Schley, child and
servant, Mrs H W Van Veghten.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-Mrs J M Moore,
children and servant, Miss E Moore, Miss J Tay-
lor, Col S Mabry, J D Gibson, Wm A Moye, H
Brake, J M Pruit, A McRae.
Per steamer Magnolia-A Herrington, J John-
son, Jas R Butts.
Per steamer Quincy-Mrs Brown and child, Mrs
Shehee, Messrs Shehee, Rombo, Metarlane,Yon,
Per steamer Emi;y-
Col E S Shorter and lady, 0 0 Neal and lady,
P Adams and lady, Mrs M Anderson, Mrs B M
Glenn, Mrs C S Sabine, Mrs L Thompson, Miss
E Glenn, Miss A E Glenn, Miss M J Richardson,
Miss L Dennard, Miss C Truitlin, Miss A Crews,
Miss S Shorter, Miss J Welborn, Miss A Dawson,
T H B Rivers, G D Conner, B G Conner, H H
Epping, A S Glenn, H 0 Screws, J M Truitlin, S
Cato, 0 Wakefield, Thos Jones, Thos Berry,jr,
W E Starker, P T Sayre, M B Welborn.
Per steamer Southerner-203 bales to A N Me-
Kay & Co; 36 do to Maclay & Kimbrough; 32 do
to Lockhart & Young; 26 do to J Day & Co; 13
do to Hill, Dawson & Co; 4 do to Harper &
Per steamer Eufaula-1S9 bales cotton to Lock-
hait & 'Young; 150 do to Wylie & McKenzie; 149
do to A N McKay & Co; 93 do to Hill, Dawson
& Co; 4 do to Wm G Porter & Co.
Per steamer Charleston-307 bales cotton Maclay
& Kimbrough; 203 do to W A & P C Kain; 135
do to Harper & Holmes; 106 do to'Hill, Dawson
& Co; 15 do to Lockhart & Young.
Per steamer Albany-84 bales cotton.
Per steamer Boston-516 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson & Co; 114 do to I M Wright.
Per steamer Peytona-831 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 196 do to A N McKay & Co; 94
do to J Day & Co.
Per steamer Apalachicola-574 bales cotton to
Maclay & Kimbrough; 88 do to A N McKay &
Co; 23 do to order.
Per steamer Quincy-76 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 10 do to B S Hawley.
Per steamer H S Smith-300 bales cotton to N
Cruger; 161 do to W A & P C Kain; 355 do to
Harper & Holmes; 172 do to Hill, Dawson & Co;
41 do to J Day & Co; 22 do to R Chapman.
Per steamer Champion-52 bales cotton to I M
Wright; 92 do to D B Wood & Co; 18 do to Har-
per & Holmes; 80 do to J C Maclay; 112 do to E
T Bell; 13 do to A N McKay & Co; 113 to W G
Porter & Co; 22 do to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Viola-700 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 218 do to T L Mitchel.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-474 bales cotton to
A N McKay & Co; 184 do to Wylie & McKen-
zie; 93 do to Lockhart & Young; 12 do to J Day
& Co; 21 do to A Dodge.
Per steamer Magnolia-222 bales cotton to Sims
& Cheever; 336 do to Lockhart & Young; 200 do
to N Oruger; 100 do to Hill, Dawson & Co; 47 do
to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Quincy-127 bales cotton to W G
Porter & Co; 41 do to-A N MeKay 2 Co; 3 do
to S & J Schifier; 18 do to B S Hawley; 12 do to
J Day & Co; 24 do to Wylie & McKenzie; 2 do
to E McCully; 2 do to N Baker; 49 do to Lock-
hart & Young.
Per steamer Emily-250 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 79 do to A N McKay & Co; 50 do
to Wylie &- -rc4c~iirc, J-s do ,o Harper & Holmes;
16 do to Lockhart & Young; 13 do to w jti Porter
& Co; 5 do to C Rogers & Co.
Per barge Hydiavolus-99 bales cotton to Sims
k, Cheever; 11 do to I M Wright.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Ocean--I,877 bales
cotton. I
TRIESTE-Per ship Burlington-1875 bales
NEW YOKK-Per ship Floridian-1126 bales
Per brig Wm L Jones-501 bales cotton.

BAGGING, Kentucky,......... yd
Dundee, .. -..........yd
Peanm, ............yd
BALE ROPE, Kentucky,,..... lb
Northern,..... lb
Manilla......... lb
BREAD, Navy,.............. cwt
Havana,............. lb
CANDLES, Sperm,............. Ib
CORDAGE, Manilla............ lb
CIDER, Northern,.... ........ bbl
Brown Shirtings,.,..yd
Sheetings,.... yd
Tickings,.......... yd
Cottonades,.......... yd
Calico Prints,........ yd
Kentucky Jeans,..... yd
DUCK, Russia,................yd
DYES, Logw'd, Campeachy,, .ton
St. Domingo,.ton
Fustic,...... .......... ton
Indigo,. ................Ilb
FLOUR, Northern,........... bbl
FISH, Cod,
Mackerel, No. 1,....... bbl
No. 2,.........bbl
S" No. 3,.......-bbl
FRUIT, Almonds,
Raisins,.............. box
Prunes, ............... ;lb
Figs,.. lb
Lemons, ............ box
FURS, Otter,.....................
GRAIN, Oats,............... bush
Corn,. ............. bush
GLASS, ..................... box
HAY, ........................ cwt
HIDES, Green ................. lb
Dry, country,........ lb
IRON, English,.................Ib
Swedes,.-... .... ...... lb
Nail Rods,.............. lb
Casting. American,..... Ib
Boards, White Pine,.....M
"9 Yellow ......M
White Oak Heads,._...... M
.. Heading,..... M
LEAD, Bar,.
LIM E, ....... ...............bbl
MOLASSES, N. 0........... gal
NAVAL STORES, Pitch,.... bbl
Rosin,... bbl
Tar,....... bbl
N AILS,... ....................keg
OILS, Linseed ................ gal
Olive................ bottle
Lard. ................. gal
Castor,................. gal
PROVISIONS, Pork, Mess,... bbl
6 M.O....bbl
"6 Prime,..bbl
Bacon Hams,..........Ib
46 canvassed,. ,Ib
Shoulders, ...... lb
LARD, .., ....,.....,
BUTTER, .... ......... ..... lb
CHPESE, -A. ........-....-H,
PoTAT-o' S, -.-.... bbl
PEANUTS,........,..... ....bush
R 1( E .......................... b
SPICES, Cassia................Ib
Cloves,. ........ ..... lb
Ginger root, ......... lb
Nutmegs, ............Ib
Pepp r,
SUGAR, N. Orleans,............ lb
St. Croix
SALT, Liverpool,........... sack
Coarser,......... bush
STEEL, Cast,............ ....cwt
SPIRITS, Brandy, Cognac,... -gal
Gin, Holland,
American, ..... gal
Whiskey, Rect .....-gal
SKINS, Bear,.....................
Deer, ...... .... ..........
SHOT, all sizes................ lb
TEA, Young Hyson,.
Souchong,................ lb
TIN,........... ... ..
TWINE, Baling,........
Seine, ............. lb
WINES, Maderia ............. gal
Champagne, ....4....doz

D. C. D. C.
18 a 19
16 a 17
a 13
a 10
a 101
4 a 41
5 a 61
81 a 9
8 a 10
121 a 13
35 a 374
a 20
a 121
a 15
600 a 700
51 a 8i
9 a 121
11 a 16
14 a 22
61 a 25
25 a 55
18 a 20

Music music I Music !
STHE subscriber respectfully informs
the citizens of Apalachicola, that he
intends to recommence teaching on
next Thursday, 27t1h instant, an evening class.
Those desirous of taking lessons on the follow-
ing instruments, Spanish Guitar, Flute, Violin,
(Tenor or Alto Violin) and Violincello, would
do well to apply as early as possible, as they can
have the privilege of selecting the hours which
may suit their convenience.
TEAMS:-$10 for eight weeks of two lessons
each week, the course to close on 16th March.--
Application at my office, in Baltzell's Building.
Music furnished at $2 00 per course, extra, for
either of the above instruir ents. Instruction
Books for sale.
Jan. 20 1-tf T. C. UNDERWOOD.
N. B. No reduction *ill be made for nonat,
tendance, except through protracted sickness.

For New York.
STHE fine bark MARY & JANI,
J Flitner, master, will have immediate
f dispatch. For freigh or passage, having
good accommodations, apply to .
Feb 24 NOURSE; SrtONE c& Co.

For Boston .
F THE fine new barque CHAS19, Chase;
i^^^^maSter, *ill meet With iminediate dis-
p~ly patch, For dedk freight, oi passage, ap-
ply to
March 9 t) B WOO0D & (Co.




50 a 75
a 800
5 a 700
.0 a 450
a 12 00
K) a 700
)0 a 600
)0 a
75 a 300
20 a 25
16 a 18
12 a 14
DO a 450
DO a 450
75 a
60 a 70
50 a 500
a 75
6 a 7
4j a 5
a 54
a 8
8 a 10
6 a 7
4 a 6

LIBERAL Advances will be made on Cotton
consigned to our friends in Havre, Liver-
pool, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
New Orleans.



Dr. Woodru f Is Worm Speeifle4
A SAFE and efficient remedy for worms, for
sale by
Feb 3 J C ALLEN.

MADE on shipments of Cotton to Liverpool,
Havre, New York and Boston, by
Dec. 16 D. B. WOOD & CO.
DRAFTS on New York, Boston, Providence,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, bought; and
Sight Checks on New York sold by
Agents Bank of Brunswick,
Dec 30 41 Water street.
HEREAS, S. R. Bonner became purchaser
From the Apalachicola Land Company, on
the 22d day of April, 1836, of Lots numbers 5
and 10, in Block No. 28, and Lots Nos. 7, 8, 13
and 14, in Block E2, together with the wharf pri.
vilege known on the map or plan of the city as
No. 29, at the price of $18,265, for which he ex,
ecuted his notes, &c. In favor of said Company,
which remain unpaid, with the interest due
thereon: And whereas, by the agreement made
with the said S. R. Bonner, it was fully under.
stood that in case of failure to pay the said notes
according to the contract, the said Company
should be at liberty, on giving thirty day's notied
in a public gazette, published in Apalachicola, to
re-sell said Lots at the risk of said purchaser, for
the benefit of said Company, and if any surplus
remained, after paying s iqd juteaf gi fnr aud
J%.a-, o- TaM t USt ala ati costs and ex-
penses, the same shall be paid to the said S. R,
Bonner, or his legal representatives; and where-
as, the said S. R. Bonner has failed to pay said
notes, now the said Compay, in pursuance of the
premises, will expose the Lots aforesaid to sale
at auction in front of the Court House in said
city, on Thursday the sixth day of April next,
between the hours of 10 o'clock, A; M. and q
o'clock, P. M. for cash, to pay up said notes and
costs and charges.
JAS. E. BETTNER, Agent of the
Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Co.
Apalachicola, March 2, 1848.

The Indians' Elixir*
A CERTAIN remedy for chill and fever fof
sale by.,
Feb 3, J C ALLEN.

1000 a 16 00
1200 a
6 a 61
10 a 12
150 a 1&62
25 a 26
a 450
a 400
150 a 200
225 a 300
475 a 550
90 a 1 25
50 a 621
100 a 150
80 a 90
175 a 200
a 14 00
a 12 00
a 10 50
9 a 121
71 a 8
54 a 64
9 a 94
20 a 22
225 a 3 00
55 a 65
565 a 51
371 a 50
9 a 10
11 a 121
212 a 250
14 a 16
51 a 71
10 a 11
13 a 14
100 a 125
62J a 75
1800 a 25 00
1200 a 15 00
5 a 7
175 a 825
137 a 150
40 a 42
37 a 40
22 a 25
621 a 75
100 a 125
7 a 8i
7 a 7f
8 a 50
60 a 80
a 50
18 a 20
a 371
100 a 300
1000 a 16 00

SLiverpool Sialt,
F"OR sale by

_ ______

& Co.

2 Q BBLS 1AAhiskey; 10 bbls Molasses;
9 7 1 tierce Rice, just rec'd and for gale by
Jan 6 E. MdCULLY, 50 Water st.

ULL'S superior single and double Tussiea
for sale by .. -. I ",I .
Feb 17 F ABELL.

INER'S Canadian Vermifuge, for tMlU by
Feb 17 I F ABELL:

Lemon Syrup. .-i- ..... .-
J BR r--,,." -# &.. 3CrE, up, just teeeived
and for sale by
Feb17 -FABkLtti

saddlery, &c,
SADDLES, ot various patterns and qualitfl~
Bridlesj curb and Snaffle bits; '
Saddle Bags :,
Martingales and Whipsi fo"sale by
Dec 30 41 Water street.

SWAIM & HOUCK'S Panaceai jfist received
and for sale by
Feb17 1 H F ABELL.

Holmes' Vegetable Pills,.
THESE celebrated Pills have become so fam-
ous for their virtues, in curing this disease,
that but little need be said of them, their action
upon the system is wonderful, they immediately
arrest all pain in this disease, no matter of how
long standing. Pamphlets containing 30"pages
of testimonials from the profession. For sale by
March 2 J C ALLEN.

POTATOES-100 bbls. I Turnips-50 bbls.i
Carrots--50 bbls.; Beets-50 bbls.1
Parsnips---25 bbls., fo" sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISON & Cb;'

PORT OF APALAGHICOLA ......... March 9.

Swayn & Wistar's
COMPOUND Syrup of Wild Cherry, just res
ceived and for sale by
Feb 17 H F AtELL.

March 2-Brig R C Fisher, Hobart, fm New
York, to A Dodge.
March 3-Schr Ontwa, Cordsen, fm N Orleans.
March 4-Schr Sovereign, Peterson, fm New
Schr Pauline, Young, fm New Orleans.
-March 6-Bark Chase, Chase, fm New Orleans,
to D B Wood & Co.
March 7-Br bark Covenanter, Patterson, fm
Brig Henry Buck, Woodside, fm St Jago de
Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Southerner, Garrard, fm Columbus.
Steamer Albany, Griffin, fm Columbus.
Steamer Eufaula, N'Naughton, 'm 3Jernigan.
Steamer Charleston, Phillips, fm Columbus.
Steamer Boston, Morton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Peytona, Greer, fm Columbus.
Steamer Apalachicola, Thompson, fm Columbus
Steamer H S Smith, Freeman, fm Columbus.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fin Columbus
Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, fm Columbus.
Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Columbus.
Steamer Magnolia, Butts, fin Albany.
Steamer Emily, Hall, fm Columbus.
March 4-Ship Burlington, Cook, for Trieste,
by I M Wright.
Ship Ocean, Brownell, for Liverpool, by Har-
per & Holmes and C S Tomlinson.
Ship Floridian, Whittemore, for New York,
by Nourse, Stone & Co.
March 6-Schr Corah, Wilkins, for N Orleans.
March 7-Brig Wm L Jones, Tyler, for New
York, by A Dodge.
v;indsor Fay, Brewer, 646 tons, fm Vera Cruz,
waiting-D B Wood & Go.
Sdon, Bucknam, 540 tons, fm New York, wait-
ing-D B Wood & Co.
Croton, Packard, 415 tons, for New York, load-
ing-W A & P C Kain.
Marianna, Gill, 389 tons, for New York, loading-
A N McKay & Co.
Gaiges, (Br.) Cornforth, 723 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-C Rogers & Co.
Dialem, Tucker, 657 tons, for Marseilles, load-
ing-1 M Wright.
Liberty, Pratt, 689 tons, for Liverpool loading-
D IC"Dodge.
Urgmt, Rogers, 622 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
: W A & P C Kain.
Corstellation, Flitner, 276 tons, for New York,
loading-A Dodge.
Coxenanter, (Br.) Patterson, 612 tons, fm Liver-
pool, waiting-Master.
Chsse, Chase, 381 tons, for Boston, loading-D
B Wood & Co.
Sirlohn Beresford, (Br.) Threadgold, 292tons, fm
Liverpool, waiting-I M Wright.
,oatio, Routelle, 324 tons, for Providence, load-
ing-Wood & Ballou.
Ituntless, (Br.) Johnson, 689 tons, fm Liverpool,
waiting-W A & P C Kain.
COnberland, (Br.) Powers, 402 tons, fm Liver-
\ pool, waiting-J Day & Co.
Madonna, Mitchel, 489 tons, for Liverpool, load-
\ing-D B Wood & Co.
Gleaer, Smith, 289 tons, for Boston, loading-D
'B Wood & *Co.
Mary,; Jane, Flitner, 346 tons, for New Yotk,
iiading-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Henry Bck, Woodside, 184 tons, fm St Jago
R C Fisho. Hobart, 222 tons, for, New York load-
ing- dodge. .. .. .
:New Castf Swift, 224 tons, for Philadelphia,
loadir--A N McKay & Co. .

SCOTCH and Macaboy, in bottks and blad-
ders, just received and for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL-

Wines on Consignment.
jUST received per ship Marianna, and for
sale low for cash-
10 baskets Hiedsick Champagne,
5 cases old Pale Port Wine,
5 Sanderlan's ', "
10 Duff Gordon Sherry Wine,
10 old East India Maderia Wine,
6 old Sicily Maderia Wine, by

March 2 E McCULLY.

ULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's and Baile;s corn--
pound fluid extract of Sarsaparillas, j rer
eeived, and for sale by
Feb 17 H F" ABELL.

Sheriff's Sale.
N the first Monday in April next, in the City
N of Apalachicola, before the door of the
Court House, I will expose for sale at public out-
ery, the following property-one Bed Plate, four
pieces, and steam chest, twenty-four Cog Wheels,
one large and one small Cylendar, one Connect-
ing Rod, two Piston Rods, one Force Pump,
seventeen Plumer Blocks and Brasses, more or
lesq, one Tea Head, one Crank, one lot Flywheel
Segments, seven Shafts, two Belt Wheels, one
lot Bolt Screws, &c, one Excentrick, one Govern-
or, one Rod, four large Cotton Screws, Flour
Gearing, one Shaft and two Gearing, one Shaft and
two Fly Wheels, levied on as the property of
Hiram Manley, by virtue of a writ of fieri facias
to me directed from the Circuit Court of Frank-
lin County, in favor of John W. Babcock vs. said
Hiram Manley.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff F. C.
Apalachicola, March 3, 1848.

Dr. Woodruf'si Antibilliots Vege?
etnble Life Pills,
FOR sale by
Feb 8 J C ALLf.t .

MY wife, Ann Katesf having left my bed and
board without cause, the public are hereby
cautioned against harboring or trusting her on
my account, as I shall not be answerable fof any
debts contracted by her from this date.
Gadsden Co., Feb. 21, 1848. 7-2t*

Western Produce.
T. LOUIS Flour, Ohio do, Lard, Whiikey,;
Sugar, choice and prime, Molasses, Pork; mea
and prme, Bacon, Hams, Sides anh Sholcdert fot
sa9e by B. ELLISON & Co.''
Dec f. VCo;., Water and Chesth'Asfe .

COTTON.-The demand for Cotton since Satur-
day, has been to a fair extent, with sales of some
2500 bales at full prices. We are yet without the
Steamer's accounts of the 12th ult.

30 000 OF the most celebrated brands,
3 just received from Havanai and
for sale by E McCULLY,
Decsl5 50 Water st,

Guava Jellies, '
IN different sized boxes, just received fibih Ha-
vana, and for sale by
Dec 22 -E McCULLY,

Inferior,............. ....................
Ord. to Good Ord......................... 6 a 64
M idling :.. ... ...................... 68 a 6Q
Good Middling .......................... 61 a 6Q
M id. Fair ................................ 6 :
Fair ...... .............................. 7f
FREIGHTS.-We have no change to notice in the
rates to either foreign or coastwise pots.

| year.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1847.....578 988
Received past 3 days ........... 5062
previously ..... .... 60255
Total .......-- 65895 75905
Exported past 3 days ........... 2378
i previouslyt........... 31616
Total.......-- 33994 40008
On hand and on shipboard notcleared 31901 35897

Commencing 1st September, 1847-and same
time in 1846.

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

Notic to Mariners.
February 6, 1848.
1 AT KEY WEST will be shown on the 10th
inst. It is a first class light and will probably be
visible from a ship's deck at the distance of twen-
ty-two miles in clear weather. It is situated
eight hundred yards North East of the site of the'
old light. The bearings and courses heretofore
followed for entering this port may still be
observed; but vessels approaching the ship chan-
nel in the day time, will find five fathoms water
on the bar by bringing the buoy in range with the
light house and running for it.

/f LBS. best Spanish No. 1 SWeet Chocolate,
50 just received from Havan'a, for sale by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.

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

Swee'taieats and Presrves.
A WELL assorted lot, just received from HV"
vana, for sale by E. E MqCULLY"i
Dee 16 50 Water st.

10 0SACKS Rio, Havana, and St. Domingo
100 Coflbe, for sale low by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.

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

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

Past Previ-T O Last
WHITHER EXPORTED. 3 days ously. [ Iseason

.10715 ..6839

Liverpool ........ .... .. 1877 ..8838
Havre............. ...
N antz ................ ...... ......
Trieste ............... ...... .. 2724
Genoa ........... ...... ......
Oilher ports ........... .... ......
Total to For. Ports. .1877 .'11562
New York ........... ...501 .10911
Boston.......... 6314
Providence ..... .... ..1964
Philadelphia ....... .. .. ......
Baltimore ............... .. .
New Orleans;......... ...... ... 685
Other ports ........... ...... ......
Total Coastwise .... ...501 .20054
-TOTAL--BALES. ...... ......

..2724 ......
...... '...958

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


*. 'AQoO

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


W" ADE & BUTCHAR'S and Rodgers & Son's
superior Razors for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.
fCASTILE Soap for sale by .
_ Feb 24 H F ABELL.
10f\ BALES Georgia Osnaburgs, on consign-
llJ ment, for sale by f *! .
Dee J. DAY & Co.


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

. -399-5

Irish Potatoes and Onions.
A FINE article for sale by
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.

i' P. S.-An'embargo has just Peen laid pi
vessels not cdeared.

o For Sale,
T HE Printing Office of the "Commercial
n, 1, Advertiser." Apply to
]Feb. 24, 1848. J. L, WYKMAN.

Horse and Dray
FOR sale cheap. Apply to,
' Nov11 E. McCULLY, 5 Water st.

THE Subscriber, one of the firm of Madden &
Adams, of Columbus, Ga., will remain some
time in Apalachicola. He may be seen at the
warehouse now building for J. Day & Co. al al-
most any hour in the day, and will receive orders
SLABS, &c, &ei,
which he will furnish lower than they 'an be
procured from the North.
P. S. After leaving Apalachicola the subscri-
ber will promptly attend to all orders directed to
him in Columbus. P. Ai
February 24, 1949. 6-3m*

For Liverpool*
THE elegant fast-ailing new bark
j gflKMADONA, Mitchell, master, having
jtSlbthe major part of her car engaged,
will meet with immediate dispatch. For freight
or passage, apply to
March 2 D B WOOD & Co.

For Liverpoolh
p Tt E superior Br. ship GANGFS,
^ Corntorth, master; baying part of her
Ss cargo engaged, will bave dispatch. For
freight, apply to
Feb 24 CHAS ROA ERS &, Coc

For New York.
THE fine fast sailing 6hip CONSTAL-
A& LATION, Flitneri fnaofer, *ill tneet
with dispatch, For freight o assage
apply to. A DODGE.
Feb 24,1849. ,

For Boston.
THE fine fast-sailing bak GLEA-
y NER, Smith, master, will meet with dis-
patch. For passage dnly, apply to
-Feb 24 D B WOOD & Co.

p a Second Story Baltzell'b Buildingi;
(Entrance on Chestnbt-st.)
N. B. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully
repaired. October 21, 1847.


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