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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA. --

VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1846..


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SCOMERCIAL ADVERTISER, I um-nrna Srrctoir.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
-O office, T hird Storv Baltzell's Buildin -. corner of, .. ..
Commerce and'Chesinut streets.--Entrance, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
next door West of the Post Office. Water Street,
J. F. BOSWORTH & J. L. WYMAN, Apalachicola, Fa.
P..)PRIETORS. oH D. Darden,
-W. W. B. CRAWFORDL1, J. F. BOSWORTH, No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
InlTORS ... Dee. 20, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa. .
TERMS. "
SUBnIcFtmPTr s.--Three Dollars per annum, Joel W. Perry,
"!invariably in advance.. RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
No subscription taken for a less term than six COMMISSION MERCHANT,
months-and $2 wil! invariably be charged for No. 42 Water street,
that period. And no paper will be discontinued Dec 20. Apalachicola, Fa.
until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of
the proprietors. \ J. H.'& J. BE. Hull,
ADvERTItSE-dtZTrs.-One square, (twelve lines FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANT$,
-ou le3) c, on.?picuotusly inserted at the following CO. MEReet,
rates:.. .. N o. 48 Fatey street,
fOne year ........ $10 0 1 One mornth.. :.'.l 80 .. ov I 1. ". ...ALACHItOLA, FA.
xSix months ........ 7 o ,|i Three weeks,......2 00 DaVid G. l~aney,
Three ~nths,. .... 5 wl Two weeks ....... 1 150
Two months ....... 4 01 One insertion ...... 1 00 00OMMISSION c FORWARDING MERCHANT
fo- Adverrqements having the number of inser- AND DEALER IN GOODS,
lions prescribed hy ldw, are subject. to exception No. 43 Water street.
from ithe above rates., ...Nov 5. ly Apalachicola, Fa.
To those who advert ie by the year a liberal dise, -S mue.l ffir.
count will be ni ide; but all advertisements not WHLEALE AlnDuEl TA LGROCER,
strictly pertainin% to their- own business, as WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
%V e1l as al leal advertisements sent inbythem a t ea batt n din p sto r up fa mly
will be charged at the usual rates. No. 49 Water street,
;j- Letters may be addressed to either the edi- dec20 Apalachicola, Fla.
-oys or piroprietr,-. and must he Posr PAID to insure
altention. ," Francis Kopman,


Ousfrcss Dircrctorm.
D. F. Nourse, H.B. Stolle, 11. W. Brooks.
Noursc, Stone 4% Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
novl Apalachicola, Fla.


Benjamin Sailer,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. ,43 Water street--Up stairs,
Dec. 1, IS 15. Apalachicola, Fla.
JEREMIAH DAY. DAlC^f.- J. DAY,.
J. Day & Co.,
r COMNTMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,


Ls. Fred. E. Dugas,
, FACTOR AND COMMISSION:
MERCHAN ,
No. 2 Columbus ,Block,
Dec 6,1815. -Apalachicola, Fa.
Iiarper A- Ifolnes,
COMMISSION'MERCHANTS,


Cooke & Horne,
COMMISSION, ME RCHA NTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
New-Orleans.
ANDREW S. COOKE. AMos HORN.
feb S.


AhlBL:nr DoDGE. CHARLEs PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
SHIPPING &. COMMITS;ION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,


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3l(c.Kay dk" Harlshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40.Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Florida.
D. B. Wood & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
Nov. 1, 1945. Apalachicola, Fla.


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Flavouring Waters.
AN assortment just received, and for sale by
Nov 29 J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist.
5 COILS OF KENTUCKYY ROPE; 5,0011
0 superior, Bagzi Twine. "for sale by
.- YERS & MITCHEL,
Dec., 27, 1845.' 36 Water st.
In.ust Received.
ALARAE assortment of new Novel?, from tl
A,.pre-3;s of Harper and Brothers,, &c.
Jan 17 B., S. HAWLRY.


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WM. SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov 8.


Florida Contested Election. majority, to wit, the majority of 200, of said I why the papers now offered in evide'e'
lawful returns in his favor, should notf operate to divest e0of a rigbtt
STATEMENT OF E. QCABELL, The undersigned denies the assertion, which 1 claim by the authority of Florida,
XTscrion o THE HoUSE oF REP RSE N that "said Secretary of State counted, as in and the authority of the Slat,:I have the
ArECTIONS OF THE HOUSE OF' REPRESENTATIV9SS -:Iha
OF THE UNITED STATES. his favor certain supposed votes,, of which honor to represent. .. .
-- there,'was no legal return inthis office." In the first place I earnestly, but respee*t-
To the Committe of Elections of the The' undersigned is not informed of any fll y, insit "that 'te commiuee canintiW
Houselofyprssettathat ofheheommStates:canot13 i
ose eprese aties th u. tae evidence, upon which said memorialist re- upon anu.investigation of the contents and
GrrTLvEM Er: In compliance with your lies, to support any ground taken in his me- merits of said papers, or receive them in
resolution of yesterday, requesting'the clai- moral, except a paper therewith submitted, evidence],,withou, a. departure'from long .:
mauls to the seat in the House of Represen- reporting to be a certificate of the Seere- tablisbed precedenti;a, disregrd;of rl
tatvesfro te Sateof loidato~ay e-tary of State of Florida, arid'his rem-arks mentary usnges, and a violation of aw_
fore the committee, in writing, the grounds alt"^ 0 1" ."1 ?rlak ^ ^ llto f1.
for ecomitte, n witig, he roudswill, therefore, be confined to that paper.- They. are offered, by Mr. Brockenbrough as.
of their respective claims to said",seat, the SIK^ i" heaefcebM r arceboga
undersigned begs leave to state, that the In the first place,-the unersigned objects evidence to' 'staj 'a claim adverse to ,y
rupiondewsignedlbegs leaimtostandeowholst teo said paper, because he has-not bad notice -rights, without even~au allegation tha2t fltie.':
grouds o whch h clims nd ow hldsthat such certificate would be applied ,for,- h as been given of his. intention 10 appi'r

sd beathare, thal hed has en d elect-s o te t or offered in evidence, and because it'is'not them, or mt0.t.Wyrduee whm. ,noth treialof
Florida tolbe theeRepresentative S lateof then' duly authenticated, so as to makeit admis- our1respectie: r ghit. I Will-n^t insultthI e e .
Sttg f loida he 9t Co g ss0 th sible in evidence, either by the laws of th ee.flearni 4.ng n nelligezm 4-. & Lte.
United tenacofrd thie ndsti eUnid States,- 'or y.-haelaws'of Florida ; o.by cer fthe Gm"ovearn ority. to sustain
Unied tats,'cc~dinto~he onsituionand no evidence has been submitted of l the this objection. Were'these ppers .;
and laws of said St~ate," affd that lie has re- truth of the facts set forthnsaidspoe"los o omhewudnthst't
ceived a commission from his excellent certificate; and because it is~an extraofficial -reject them, if offered itq 'evidence Will, '
Win.D. Msely, Gvernr o theStat fact of said Secretary of State., (See 1, acts notice." -Rut, as they are. the certificate -
Inl-eidencetofbewsu ch trepres e rsai gne d General Assembly, chap. 1, sec. 4.) an officer of the-G.Oernmeipt, it is Contendd\
In -evidence of which the undersigned the second place: Admitting said pa- that the rule does not apply. .. -d\
brpeg ntred e t osidrcommitseonwh ichewith per to be authentic and true, and that it By whatever name called, they are the '. \
presented to our committee, which saidsupports the constructin ogt to be evidence, and the onlyeiec;ohhc
comissonis n lga fom, avng ffiedplaced upon it by the memorialist, who in- Mr. Brockenbrough *relies to m21~ainbita' hd
thereto the broad seal of the State of glori- sists that no other returns are legal than claim. And the principle hasf'been long.
do, and duly attested by the Secretary -of those of the judges of probate, it is in direct established and acted upon by every comi.
itt is under ian b it ,o thi commis contradiction to the certificate of the said mittee of Congress, in cases of contested
Secretary of State, made to the Governor of elections, that ,. evidence taken expartei an
sion from the Governor of his State that th e-Florida, and recited in the commission is- without notice, will, on the bearing, be fr -
undersigned cnsasts thearig t to rep or (le sued to the undersigned; and, the sunder- 'jected." i d
the people of Florida in the present t uon-esigned respectfully submits, whether he Withpall due deference to' those who
thess of CoIth bi chSthes. shall in any wise be damnified by the con- make this distinction, I submit whether
hel a re sthis t b nh i c the su ndes, os oig ea trad ctory statements of the same officer, at greater authority should notf be given to the,
claims ths prahtis, ofhe ps mesleast till satefactory evidence be offered to deposition of a-competent witness, swor brt6
Tally the same with that which entitles the \this e nmitt e s which ta cement isvt .... d,....he..lad t e whoe tut f t




con rolled by................................ .,^ cetfi aes ne t th ewoldtbe truthcaed.te w oet h tha t-ome
)If honorable members ose thiscommee, the issuerouno against th e undersigned the simple certificate of an isolated fact by
h e mbers of tbe House of Represen- The memorialist insists that no returns an officer of government, who, is not eved
natives, to represent their respective consti- are legal, except the returns of the Judges asked to communicate tof entire truth, but
tents in the halls of Congress. of Probate. The Secretary certifies that only such particular facts as the attention of
The undersigned insists that no legal or the memorialist has a majority of these ie- the officer is specially directed to, and
sufficient notice has been given of hi e inten- turns.oIe before certified to the Govern- which may suit the purpose, and effect the
tion of the memorialist to contest his right or of Florida that the undersigned had a object of, there asking and obtaining
d est ar speatn ongreses ubjec teop of icen majority of legal votes, as appeared by the the certificate. ret it is contended that
angress act oin c ofthesu mmjeto wtie legal returns. Admitting the construction this latter species of evidence, 'taken, "
andthe pa ctie oftae.The papittes p oof law contended for by the memorialist, he parte, and partial in its result. should bare-
Elections,gand of Congress, has been, to be involves his own witness in the predicament ceived and field concusive, when t-ie former -
controlled by the State laws in this regard. of making two certificates, one to the would be rejected ..'
n If the committee propose to respect the Governor that the undersigned 'received the In the case of Michael Leif)





electin aw o th e Stat ofc Flo drsigda in thi maj owriby (9pe an e aleien e otc, whc ond rav`S
r. ticnlaroin the iarei nv ia io n o thi re cofnlegal votes as appeared by the U. S.) it is said, that-e co the petitionnshotuld
partiular in thir the ntegal returns in his office, and another to the state, &c., the grounds of contest, with ^^ ^^






Floindae'nlectind they\e~~e^^^^^ wil findde tha prove .h a~stfh'.o ;
Fnotice e gien tontheyu weignd thatmthe memorialist that he received a majority of certainty as to give reasonable noice to thw,
notcelgrouent esq, o h inn hsained byWonto. such votes. If he made a mistake in the sitting member; and no evidence of a act.
cBotenbhe right esq.,ofthesuntderine ato first certificate, of law or fact, it is admitted not averred in the petition shall be rceeiv -
l-~~~~~~~~~~~ cots h ih fteudrind to e hat it is proper to correct such mistakes.-- ed." No where is it averred in~themeo
"present the people of Florida inphe 29th "esn
lBut the mode by which he arrived at the ri or petition orMr. Brocknrig eoughrnha
te anl resssofsnoutateTin che n errormtyve i conclusion pon which was based the first he received votes in the county of Hills- "
ingto a rnotic fr m e said supposed certificate, or what mistake, ifdany, be com- borough, or at.the precinct of KeyFlWesdt
ig beanotice 'o sai Br mitted, does, not appear from the second &., not counted laho limo b" the Secretary of
wsto Con gr the rgahste of chei v nd the even-acetificate, or by any other evidence before of STate, ande"qou oir eg ivas end coun tme
Ss he ie e committee known to the undersigned. of his intention to offer to proyethese facts.nf
ing ofthe 19th day of November, the day The undersigned insists that the mistake, if In the absence of proper section and o :
preceding that on which the undersigned any, be shown by onoper a ndagaleid ene; Aose, wof F l ed 18 pg
left his home to proceed to Washington to anY t behownf aypoper th andleawl retaiync lnotcercb u ldence, rtive spenb le m-it
discharge the duties which had been dele- electeia "n en- ay that tne returns, I which the si:l
te Theuerim e by fhe people ofhirs tate.-m were counted in favor of the undersigned, insist. thatthe' committee cannot receive# -:







o, gatdtoime by rhe people of his Stt.Brc--gvnb h aso lrd^ .
Said supposed notice is general, vag e, and tile nature of such returns be shown to the the evidence offered by Mr. Brockenbroughra
. indefinite, randes ino ate ono rme to the committee by proper evidence, that their or considers proved the facts etforth in
indefinite, anddoesnot atlonfo o the legality may be determined upon by this the said certificates. a p-
requirements of the Florida statutes, and committee. In the mean time, the unden- In the second place, I insist that the com. I,
does not sufficiently inform theundersigned signed utterly denies that any mistake was mittee can t -receive in evidence the papers :
of the ground on which said Brocken- made, or that any other than legal and pro- marked to3, and 4, purportig obeScertitied -








broug cont~vesnots ther valdit thf qtetio ofelechstenionn h lmt o hsae d o
on prough con t estsa elet er returns, according to the'laws of Flori copies of returns from cet ain counties anyel
'of the undersigned, and is in other respects ida, were counted by said Secretary it his precincts, because said original returns'are':
rto notconformabletothelawsofFlorida. (See favor. He objects tothe admissibility of illegal, and cannot be counted.int -
acts and resolutions of the Legislative accordg to
Council of Fbl ourida, 1843 ; pa~np hletssaid supposed certificate given to said me- the laws of Florida. tunr"qa ;
aesnd .morialist, and with these remarks upon its wBy the law of Florida the Secretary, of.
d pages11a nd12.)effect, if admitted, the1 undersigned submits State is requiredtocanvass and count the .- :
Inthe absence of such legal notice thet ae he











er ^ fh~e please tatehanotamjiyofteoes S ul the committee. retursevae tohi at tthi. ;
to under'signedoinsists, that the committee Th e opler ofiFe d a, frte rsg gests, tha c pt e
IconnotThete runuprsi, ge .festatiheosg ofth that thirty days after the election w (Acts bhc.
subject of his efogrtimself"d that the coin- there is no other issue, according to parlia- Gen ele mb y of lo da pag ,
mision the Goernor of Forid a e iist eonu-mentary law, before this committee, except 36.) From the Secretarf merbifieJatdeit
o theGFo rid a the question, Who is duly elected, and en- appears that the turns, of whic-th oe:aid ,
sive; and he protests against the further titled to the seat? The judgement of the papers maaked 2,'3. and1 4, purport to, he
proceeding iftiel commiteeofficers, to whom. theright of judgingPis copies, were received at this office prothe a not
E The undersigned was for the first time gie0 yh aso lrdi ocusv xiaino ad;tlry 'k "
gie..t e l w f F ord ,i o c ui e e p rai n o ad .h rydays.", -- .. --:
1c, advised by~the memorial of Win. H. Brock- as to who is entitled to the return. The question here arising is one -of, great'
aenbrough, read in the House of Represen- The undersigned re portaningolving the r itthe -
Stativeps onMondaylstof the grounds onsignet has to ae whee importance, to the rigts of ,,t
-# 8 her ws bt oe etun b th pope ofi-States of this Union,, anot the power 'of''..
which he pro ,e$ proceed to disposless threnwhichuthoe regltyrn ofythe proetrn, o ngesfti- r a xpes tae"n
_the undersigNed e right which the pen- car n hc h eaiyo tertrCnrs odsegr nepesSaeea
a. pl 2ntoro fFlrd ae ofre apart from the question of election, has been Atment.., The limits of this, paper do not.
:. ponhim ad, romdeerece o he om- "inquired into. Whatever vitiates the elec- justify a discus'sion-iof a subject-, of sueh-

duly eleteda;danfromadeference hatoftce deolarethe elecIonlwso-a ndpndn


4- b .. .. ..,, - "' earing on this point. Should -the copa,_-,-
O1, but nowjab e undersigned is in, lhe condition December 11th 1845 mitteg ol this ep ton. "no t well
in w fich any'othierliembrvWeroh' House of mittee hoid thi eception not well taken,-
Representatives would befif he had, on the To the Committee on Contested Elections of thav ,endexby-t t Ilh e i- nspe trso oreletirog .,,
eve of his departure from his district, for the. the: Hoise of Representa.ives of the United at the'precin ct of KeyeWest. on the ground
first time, received an intimation that his-,. States. a t.
seat would be contested; and has no other GENTLEMEN; ,'Since theformer statement that inspectors, of iprecinct elections are not, ;: ,
e evidence of his right than that afforded by made by: me was submitted-to your com- proper returning officers, according to the :'
o the Governor's commission as aforesaid.- mittee, the ground on which my right to re- laws otForda.
But the nndersisned repeats, that he has present the people of Fo'ridain the present 'ejeeiing 'her the supposed returns '
B ut~tb un erian d r pe tsth~t e of F ,6.rda.inm ade by the Jud.ge of P robate of H ills- ' i
little or no doubt that a decided majorityof Congressofthe United States hor been boog county, or obathe of in- "-
- the ie'gal voles cast at the late election for 'changed. The certificate of the Secretary e supposed in-
representatIive in Florida is in his favor, of State of the Stale o Forida, accom- spect.ors of the election at Key West, I have
he But the undersigned Supposes this point paying :the memorial of- Mr. Brocken- a majority of the votes, according to Mr.!
to be yielded by the melnorialist, as he has brougi, afforded [he only evidence present- Brockenbrough's own showing, and by "h}"
given no notice of his intention to take any ed to the'com;mittee in support of the alle- Own admissidu. ,
. evidence upon it; and none. not even ex, gallons ofrthe memorial. That certificate 'Another exception whichlj take'to the, '
d p-rte evidence. accompan-vingithe memorial, has been withdrawn, and the first position return o" he inspectors of the election held '
nd The undersigned confidently and posi- assumed by Mr. B. abandoned. Other pa- at Key west, and which, according to the .
lively denies that at 'he expiration of thir- pers have'I been submitted by Mr., B. to the decisions of former committees of Congress ,:'
ty days after said election, the !reatest num- committee, as evidence to sustainhbis, claim is fatal, is tIhat said return is incomplete and
.Iber o0' ,v6tes. by the lawful returns then in, to the, seat I now occupy in the House of defective, in this, that it is unaccompanied '
at the office of' the SecretarY' of State; was in R'epresentatives. by a poll list,"or lixt of votes, as is required
et. favor of said inemorialist,"; but affirms and At the request ,of the .com mitiee,'I pro- by the lawsof Florida. See Laws of Flor-
insists that, at tbe said periodthcrie a wa as ceed. as britfl 'as 'possible, to show cause: ida> 1843, ,p. 7, sec. 11, and p. 8, seds. 6 act* r


Dr. A. W. Chapman,
03- Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf


J. B. Brown,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W ILL practice in the District Courts of the
United States, and the State Courts of the
Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western
Circuit.
Office-in Tallahassee.
.-January, t0,1846. "'*- - 2--"m
H. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEw'rorN, Dale County, Ala.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf


REMOVAL.
W. G. IM. Da
ATTORNEY AT
93- Office in Floyd's new ]
the Mansion House.


vis,
LAW,
Building, opposite
Dec 13, 1845.


A. G. Semnles,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
W- Office, .Nb. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
dor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash,-
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..


J. Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
Will attend punctually the Superior Courts
of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature o
the South Western, and of the county of Thomas
of the Southern Circuit. may3
Join Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
W" ILL practice in the several Courts of the
South-Western Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5,,1845.' 31--tf


J. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
A general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerce. streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE.
'OTU- No. 44 Water street-Up-stairs,
nov16. Apalachicola, Fla.


Lockhart & Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS, "
No. 53 Water street,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla.


Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fa.
.l- N kn, Agents for the 2EtnaInsurance Co."
ihe Protection Insurance Co." and the-" Hart-
,ford Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.


Advances.
T HE Subscribers continue to mak advances on
JL Cotton consigned to their friends at Liver
pool, Havre, New York and Boston,
D. B. WOOD & Co.
Dec 5 29 Water street.


W\I. W. SIMS.


WX. W. CHEEVER.


Sims & Cieever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
I W- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
dec14 Apalachicola, Fla.


Advances to New Orleans.
LTIBERAL Cash Advances made on consign
ments of Cotton or other produce to Nev
Orleans. J. DAY & Co.
Dec 6 52 Water st.


I lso,
agents for h, e
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
: of the City of .Xn-;, York,
* No. ',I Water s Nov 1,1I q 1.5. -ipal;ichieola, F.,
B. S. Ha'%iey,
WHOLESALE -AND RETAIL, "
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c-, &c.,-
cor, of Chestnut and Water streets,
Dec 7 Apalachicola, Fa.
Edward McCully,
COMMISSION MEC-CHAN AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
No. 9 Columbus Block,


Advances. -,
T HE undersigned will -make liberal advances
on Cotton consigned to his friends in New
York, Boston and Providence.
WM. T. WOOD,
Noy 29 42 Water street.


Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT. '
No. 9 Columbus Block,
no09 Apalachicola, Fla.
T. J. SANFORD. M. M. BUTT.
Sanford & Butt,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 36 Water Street,
dec14 Apalachicola, Fla.
Avery & JTones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 31 Water street.
Dec 13- Apalachicola, Fa.
W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Builwgs,
Nov. 1,,1845. Apalachijla, Fa.
Wm. H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough:
- Winx. H.Kitnbrouigh & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS. "" '
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
fo Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. 1, 1845.


Advances.
HTIE subscribers continue, as heretofore, t
make liberal advances on Cotton consigned
to the address of their friends in Liverpool, New
York or Boston. C. ROGERS & Co.
Oct. 25 47 Water street.
Exchange.
T HE subscribers as Agents for the Banlk'oi
Brunswick, are prepared to purchase bills o
New York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia o
Charlesfon, and check on New York in sums t
suit purchasers. -4
Nov 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co.
UMBER INSPECTOR-The undersirnek
having beet appointed Inspector of Luinbe
for the County of Franklin, offers his services t(
the public in that capacity, and will attend to al
duties appertaining to said appoiAment. ""
CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 22, 1S45.


Nov 29


Apalachicola, Fa.


Wtn. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
Nov 29 Apalaohicola, Fa.


Wm. T. Wood,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42\Water street,


Fire and Marine Insurance.
THE PELICAN MUTUAL INSURANCt
COMPANY, of the City of New York
having established an Agency at Apalachicola
will be prepared to" take Marine and Fire Risk
on favorable terms.
,' CHARLES A. GREEN, Agent.
,N., ,..OfI~ce, No. 28 WMater st., Apalachicola
Nov 8. 6m ._ *'
White Wine and Cider Vinega]
7. BLS and 3 Butts White Wine Vinegar;
-"3 bbls and 2 butts Cider Vinegar; ,
a a wery superior article,,,now~,rkibjird of brig Cya
uga, andi will be' landed in all' ext W6e-k, an
will bejisposed of on the what, at Auction, i
*no't4prey sltlold atrivate sale.
Jan 1.7 WOOD & Co.


Nov 29.


Apalachicola, Fa.


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t\~R17rlliC'~13, Fa.


Thomas Preston, "
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING'
MERCHANT,
APALACHIICOLA, Fa.
Office, No. 45, corner Water and Chestnut streets,
up stairs.--Entrance on Chestnut street.
Oct. 25, 1845. 6m,


R oberts, A len & Co., ....
MAN.\NiUFACTURERS IN TIN, IRON, COPPER,
BRASS, &d.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
Hardware, Stoves, Britannia and Japaned Wares,
Iron, Steel. Nails, Spikes, Grate Bars,
Sugar Kettles and Mills, and other
Castings; Ship Chandlery, &c.
Oct. 25, 1845. APALACHICOLA, Fa


Horse and Buggy for Saie.
A VERY Bli)dsom= ghtV,.Bugagy, with ":fir-
rate Harness, nearly new, and a gentle an
spirited Horse, for sale by
Jan 17 ,,.* '0 ... 1 A OOD & o,.


Thios. Ij, flitchel, .
-RE GIVING FORWARDING, AND
'" COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No._ 37 Water street,
Nov. 1,1845. Apnlachicola, Fla.
R lyers & ITIilchel.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36 Water-street,


l~~br Sale'. ,
Q" #BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20. *,
^U3q d^AlTil-n-ft** do 1-IV. O
0" l'lt~s'h~et I-ron, Nos l" 21-t', ,
Braziers' and Sheething Copper ,
Block Tin, Lead. ion' and. Tio vets,
Nail Rods, 'Tin Ware, wholesale and re
TL 3W1tVl ; %- RO ERIP-, ..%MfEN ,, Co.
^ BOOKS AND STATIONERY-5.0 reamo n :,l
.I scap and Letter Paper, Blank and Schoo
Books, Bills Lading, &c. &c. for sale by
Dec 6 B. S. HAWLEY.


WILLIA.M DIcKBY-. J. W. HAMOND-.
Dickey & Hammond,
SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS,
32 Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa.
October 18, 1845 42tf ,


Nov 15.


Apalachicola, Fa.


,,Charles Rog0er John Munn.
; Chase. Rogers & Co.,
COMiM MISSION MERCHANTS,'
Water street,
rNO.r 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


H. R. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street, -
sept2 ly Apalachicola;


AL~vA WYLIE, Wm- A, MgcKENz;IE.
Wylie A IcKenzie,
CCOMMTISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water 'reel,
Sept. 1,1S45. Apalachicnla, Fa.


Henry Hodges,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa.


lichael A. ]lyer.,
AkCTjTONEER, ANWD COMMISSION
MERCHANT,-
No. 36, Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
I. D. BuGBE-. .HARGROVE HOWARD.
Bugbee & AHoward,
,COMMISSiON AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Block,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalarhicol-. Fa.
GC. ...RE. ... C. H.CQNNERY
Green & Counery
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,


H. R. WooD.


P. W. CULI4Ex.


...WooSk Co.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION:
MERCHANTS,
No. 32, Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa..
Liberal advances made on consignments.
The strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors.
Sales at Store every Saturday. .
Bagging and Hope.
Ia~o\ PIEC.L,..he.-tvv KENTUCKEY BAG-
10 0\ G1NG ;G.50 Coils Rope; Also, 200
sacks corn, for sale by
BUGBEE & HOWARD,;,
jan3 .No 7, Columbus Block.


For Sale.
S .NE third interest, in BRICK STORE, N
S 49, Water street. Terms part cash an
balance on long time. Apply to
T H & CH AUSTIN.
Apalachicola, J3n. 3, l.t46 I-Im
Florida Tobacco Seed.
SUPERIOR Florida Tobacco Seed, 1'.-r sale
my officeeNo, 45 Water, cor. Chestnut street
Dec 13. 50.2rI THOMAS PRESTON.


No.- 28 Water street,


AiALACHICOLA, F.


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ling so were embodied in a preamble setting
forth that Mr. Cabell had desired more
time,-that he had expressed to the House
the opinion that he could make good his
claim to a seat,-and that with more time,
he could show the majority to be in bhis fa-
vor;-for these reasons he proposed a con-
tinuance of the case, and to obtain it moved
a reconsidera'tion.
The yeas and nays were ordered and the
vote was as follows: ayes 86, noes 92.
Mr. Hamlin of Me. rose with a seeming
proposition to allow Mr. Cabell to prosecute
his claim before the Committee on Elec-
tions The majority of the House regarded
such a proposition, after the occurrences of
the day, as adding insult to injury. Mr.
Hamli'n was therefore received with a shout
of ridicule that for a moment staggered him.
Mr. H. offered no proposition, but moved
that Mr. Brocketibrough receive the oath of
office.
It was administered by the Speaker, and
though the House was silent as thn, oath
was read, the majority of the members
,seemed to regard the act as one of outrage
'upon justice as well as the people of Florida.
Mr. Thompson of Miss. now rose with a
:proposition. The members would not al-
iow :it to be read.
A:motion was made to suspend the rules
sand lost.
A motion was made to -adjourn, and Mr.
'T. called for the yeas and nays. Only 10
members rose.
Tellers were called and but 16 members
rose, and the House then adjourned. The
act just committed is regarded as a case
quite parallel with the New-Jersey outrage.


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OZ Many of our foreign subscribers/
who reside where we have no Agents, and
consequently no means of presenting our
accounts, are in arrears to us for subscrip-
tion. Will they not, one and all, do us the
pecuniary favor to remit their several sums
due? We hope so, and shall "live in
hope" until we receive the dimes to enable
us to live on something more substantial.
If any one should be deterred from comply-
ing with our request, through the fear that
we would not take the letter from the Post
Office, let him try us. We don't know but
that we might even pay the postage on a
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one, two, or three year's subscription-we
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07- Our thanks are due our Senators,
Messrs. WESCOTT and YULEE, and also
our Representative, Mr. BRocKi-,.mROUoH,
for public documents and speeches received
list mail.
We are also indebted to Mr. BRODHEAD,
of New Jersey, for a copy of the Daily
Union, containg Mr. CABELL'S speech on
the contested election from Florida.
fly The "NEW YORK ILLUSTRATED
MAGAZINE," for February, is on our table.
The number contains a good variety of ori-
ginal and selected articles, poetry, &c., with
wood illustrations. The four steel engra-
vings accompanying it are well executed;
and if a like number be furnished to sub-
scribers with each monthly issue of the
work, they will alone, to the admirers of
art, be worth the amount of subscription.
The Magazine contains 64 pages letter-
press; price, $3 per annum. LAWRENCE
LABREE, Editor; Wm. TAYLOR, Publisher,
No. 2. Ast6r House.
0T-' The FARMERS' LIBRARY AND
MONTHLY JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE--
No. for February-is before us, and muat
be of increasing.Jrftrest to those who are
engaged in agricultural pursuits, and the
breeders of stock, as we discover in the table
of contents, Thaer's. Principles of Agri-
culture -co.ntinued; ,Treatise on Milch
Cows; "The Potato,,Disease;" "Char-,
acteristics of Different Breeds of Horses;',
1 On Fattening Cattle;" together with many
othel-articles designed fox the instruction of
the husbandman and housewife,; among
whicr are, A Sketch of elgian Husband-
ry;" "The Room of the Household, by
Eliza Cook ;" "Housewife's Departnfeut-
The Flower Garden," &c. *-,*
" AND STILL THEY COME !"-We find on our
able three copies, o tbe January NdlPof ,, The
YoutWs Cabinet," from the press of Mr. Wood-
worth, New-Yorl; all rece.ived ,fith' th lasLL
nonth, and by different mails. No aithoul
we are not a chicken" and haveseen the frost'
Df many a chill September," we have not so far
advanced in bachelorism as to have lost all taste
br juvenile stories: on the contrary, we some-
imes like to read them; they serve to relieve the
mind -grown weary with abstruse studies,, and
arry us back to the happy days of boyhood,
?hen the story of ,,Little Jack" and "Harry
nd Lucy,'" were of thrilling interest, and we
'.ere wont to listen with breathless attention to
he "'jack 0' the lantern" stories of a maiden
unt, while we cracked chestnuts and gooberss"
round the winter hearth. We like these simple
ales, too, for the beauty of the morals they teach
nd the truths they illustrate; hence the eompli-
aentary notice we took of "The Youth'S Cabi-
et" On its first reception. But three copies of
ne number, and postage twoo and a HALF cents,
i these hard times Whew No more of that,
5"ank, an' thou lov'st us." Send us the Febru-
y No. next time, Mr. Woodworth, and so on


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APALACHIOOLA, SATURDAY, FEB. 14, 1846.


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7.; Laws o(4 IFlr'lua, (Te'ritory,) 16-45, I
11 and 12, .e. 7,; p. 13, sec. 11 ; p. 1
see. 12., See also case of John Richarn
*4th Congress U. S. It does no~tappeartl
the pol! l;,tl polll book was sent by the i
specters to the Secretary of State, or to t
,coun.-y clirk, or to the J-udge of Proba
or, idieeIl, thlit any poll book was 'kel
The cominitiiet- mil readily see the abje
-of tthe Lei-l~itue in requiring poll book
or list of-voters, to be kept by the inspe
torn, and returned to the officer appoitin
to receive them. It was to prevent fraun
and-to enNe le the candidates 'to Plrge'ti
"polls, by 'the r'ejection oft'the votes of pe
.sons notc q,.aifir, d to vote 'by -the laws of ti
Stale. 4f the poll books are not to be e
*sential and necessary 'parts of the return
theree is'no means of replrezs for a candida
vWhose'election may ha'rve been lost by ill
qgal votes.- ,
Anotlier faial objection to the paper
'offered in evndc>e is, that the Secretsi
does not cntIlly to the authenticity of tl
original returns, of which these papers a
leged to be copies. He certifies them to'l
,copies of returns in his office, but does n
certify that the returns themselves are a
thentic. "Witln-not proof of their authe
*ticity, 1.16 ,,r .iitl returns ,would not be e\
dence before the committee; and surely
will not be contended hlia't a copy of a p
iper will be received in -evidence where tl
'6,. ,',/.'1.;/ would be rejected.
But if the committee receive and gi'
,full credence4 p ;ill the papers presentede
Sby Mr. Broclenliro,igh, and which wet
presented (;.'...notice; and 'were not see
*by 'me until they were exhibited to rhe con
mittee, Mr. B. fails in his -proof. 'For
,the committee go -behind and beyond tl
returns made at the expiration oT "thirl
days after the election', They will inquire an
*ascertain who has a miajority of allt/he legc
votes; and I respectfully i-rsist'that it is it
cumbent on' Mr. Broe'kenbrough "to 'prov
that this majority is i'n his favor, before h
*can dispossess me o0 my sent, to which
am at least primd face entitled. Th-is pro(
is wanting. Even should the committee
believe that the papers filed wiih them sbhoi
a majority is in favor of Mr. Brocker
-brough, non c.w*.'t-that he has a rnajorit
of all the votes, and entitled to ilhe sea
he, must first show that all the returns hav
been received, and that all 'the votes hav
been returned, and that he has a ,iii,,.:/ilY .
4'te-whole. This 'Mr. B. does not preten
to prove. He has presented certain certified
copies, of returns in the Secrelary's office
but there is not a shadow of evidence tha
they were the only returns in his officec
-at thle time of making the certificates. Fo
nwghl that appears to the committee, fther
may have been, at the dale of said certiji
-cates, r eturns in the Secretary's office in m7
favor sufficient to secure to me a majority
:fnd, as {he application was made ex part
that the Secretary certified only to such a
Mr. B. applied for. And supposing tha
Mr. B. had obtained from the Secre-tar3
all the returns in his office on a, certain day
I submit whether it is not essential that h(
should have proved before the committee(
that no more returns could -come in-tha
all the votes given at the late election in ihE
Si',lr had been canvassed by him. Thi
committee can now more clearly see th,
force. of the objection,, that no notice ha
been given 'of the intention of Mr. B. tc
obtain ,certificates from the Secretary. N1
opprtt1nift was given' me to inquire of thc
Secretary ,whether the original papers, o
which the papers presented by Nir. Brock
enbrough purport to be copies, are authen
tic. The Secretary does not certify to thi,;
fact, and whether there are not, and wern
not, at the time of the application of Mr
Brockenbrough for such papers as he want
ed., returns from other sections of Florida
showing a majority in my favor. In tli;f
connexion I distinctly aver, that no returns
have been presented to the committee o
tthe vote of one entire county, and of pre
<;incts in several other counties, at whicl
elections were held, and at some of w hici:
i r is known that I received a majority of th
votes.
. The ex paree .statements and papers be
fore (he committee may show a greater
nutnber of votes for Mr. B. than for myself
HereafterlImay present a certificate of re
turn from some county or precinct, whiicl
has. not been sent to the committee, arc
which will again give me a majority. That
agam, Mr. B. may show another certificate
which will'reverse our relative positions;
and so on, to the end of the session of Con.
grass. If the committee or Congress gc
behind the Governor's commission-if the
receive returns not made in accordance
with, law--I ap],rehiend they will inquire
into the whole elee/ion, and before they will
dispossess a member, returned according to
law, of a seat to which lhe is legally entitled,
they will require the contestrant to prove
that he obtafiued ,a majority of ail the legal
votes cast at the election.
I cannot suffer myself to doubt, that the


exceptions which I have taken to the admis-
sibility and sufficiency of the evidence offer-
.ed in this case, will be sustained by the
committee. Disappointed in my expecta-
tion, th t. this c.>ni,,-t would be conducted
in a spirit of liberality and candor-being
suddenly called on to admit or except to
papers, the existence of which I was not
advised of till they were presented to the
committee-and believing, in the language
of my commission, that I "have been
elected by the qualified electors of the State
of Florida in the 29th Congress of the
United States, according to the laws of said
State," I have felt constrained by a sense of
justice to myself, and duty to my constitu-
ents, to maintain my legal rights. I have
taken' no position which 1 do not believe to
be tenable. My object has been, not to
defeat the popular will, but to ascertaiI
and maintain it by preventing the hasty ac-
tion of' the committee on expdrte andi par-
tial statement.
The committee will recollect, that I was
not advised of tile intention of Mr. Brock-
enbeough to contest my seat until the day
immediately preceding that on which I teft-
my home to enter upon the discharge of
the;office)to which the people of Florida
had elected me. In justice to Mr. B.,
however, I should state, that the notice was
within the time prescribed -by law-being
thirteen days after the canvass of the votes
by thie Secretary of State. But the period
a2t which the notice was given was such as
to 'preclude the possibility of my procuring
any'other evidence of: my- election than
,Lhat, afforded by the ec),mmi-ision of the


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and the statesmen of the past., Not to
thought the Hero of the Hermitage, when
he declared that it was time that we sho ld
become a little more Ammricaxtized: and in-
stead of feeding the paupers and laborers
of England, feed our own: or else in a
short time, we should all be rendered pau-
pers ourselves."
FLORIDA CONTESTED ELECTION.
From Mr. R--e to Mr. W. H. B.
WASHINGTor, Dec. 1,-184.
I have learned, my dear William, with grief and
dismay-
For news so disastrous I seldom have heard-
That the Whigs have in Florida carried the ivy,
As our friend, Jemmy W--t, said, lsat month,
he feared.
That the party, which once we deemed faithful
and true,
Have basely deserted, and joined with the foe:
And that now the ingrates lay the blame upon you-
Thus adding more weight to the strength of the
blow.
It is base-it is shameful---to think-that the paek--
The 'bone' and the sinew'--the rankI' ad
Ithe 'file '-- r %
Should, disdaming control, thus fly off of the track,
And leave us, whobacked you, mINUs our rrx.
But 'is weakness." dear William, o'er evils to
grieve,
The deed has been done, and to mourn it is vain
Rather let us a new web of policy weave,
To baffle our foes, and restore thee again. \
He who, being conquered, yields not to despair, l
But rises again in spite of his fate,
And who, A LA SUGGS, goes it on nary pair,'
And wins the WHOLE PILz,' must be termed truly
great.
What then, though the people your claims have
denied,
And yen are-forgiw me-most d-d badly beat,
Remember that Congress is still on your side,
And that-if you'll but let them-they'll give
you the seat.
Bring returus--though illegal, no matter for that-
From Dade and Munroe, orwherever you please,
And if you don't get it, I'll 'give you my hat;"
Trust me, my dear friend, we can do it with ease.
Remember New Jersey-the case is the same-
Her seal we dishonored ; her laws set aside;
And to get you an office, we'il play a like game,
And trust soon, of Congress, to see you the pride.
Buz.
LATE FROM SOUTH AMERICA.
In the New-York Sun of the 4th inst., we
have news from South America, giving the
particulars of a battle fought at the moutli
of the Parana, between the united forces of
the French and English, and the inhabitants.
of the Argentine Republic. The battle was
fought on the 20th November, and resulted
in the defeat of the Republicans. The
attacking forces comprised a fleet of eight
vessels, forming two divisions, under thb
command of Captains Trehourart and Sul-
livan. The Republicans numbered, it is
supposed, about three thousand, having four
batteries, and mounting twenty-two pieces
of cannon. The action was commenced at
10, a. m., and continued until 7. p. m., when
the batteries were taken and the Republi-
cans put to flight with terrible loss, estima,-
ted at not less than 600! Of the French,
18 killed, 70 wounded. Of the English, 10
killed, and 25 wounded.
The defence made by the Argentines is
considered one of the most gallant on re-
cord, and reflects the greatest honor on their
valor and skill.
1."The object of this war on the part of
the Allied Monarchies (France, England,
Brazil) is to force an entrance into the inte-
rior of the Argentine Republic-by the
River Parana and its tributaries which are
navigable for about two thousand miles, to
unite with domestic insurgents in the interior
and create dissensions injthe Republie with
a view to the dismemberment of the union
or the overthrow of the administration of
President Rosas, and thus open that part
of South America to European Colinaza-,
tion."
REPRESENTATIVE FROM FLORIDA.
Ill the Congressional Union of the 28th
ultimo, we have the final action'of the
House of Representatives in. the case of-
the contested elee. ion from 'Florida. Af-
ter speeches from several of the members,
and from the parties themselves, it was de-
cided that Mr. Brockenbrough was entitled
to the seat--the vote being i00 in his favor
and 84 for Mr. Cabell. The question was
decided, we believe, upon the ground that


Mr. Brockenbrough had received a major-
ity of all the votes given at the last election,
not confining themselves in their inquiries
to the thirty days required by the election
laws of Florida. After'counting all the re-
turn's, from Monroe, ".Brandy run," and
Heaven knows where else, it appeared that
Mr. B. had a majority varying from 37 to
82, and accordingly it was decided that hoe
was the rightful member. But yet with a
political majority against him of sixty-five
in the House, Mr. Cabell was only defeated
by sixteen votes ; and a motion to reconsidr
er the decision was only lost byfour votes,
Indeed, the whole conduct of the House in
relation to this matter, proves conclusively
that Mr.: C. was entitled to the seat, andn
that b'e owes his defeat soley to the influence
of party drill. After Mr. B. had taken his
seat, a resolution was offered "that Mr. C.
be not precluded from contesting the seat
of the said B. if he shall hereafter think.
proper to do so;" but the.House adjourned
without taking any action upon it. If now
Mr. C. receives any additional returns,
from any portion of the State, in his favor
should this resolution be adopted, he can
go before Congress and "again take posses-
ion of bis seat. But we should advise bim
not to attempt it,; for fear that should bh
ucceed, ,new returns from some .'bere els


throughout the calendar, and we will be most
happy to take it from the office, and recommend
it-as we do now-to those who desire to furnish
their youth with moral and instructive reading,
adapted expressly to their tastes and understand-
ings, at the low price of $1 per annum.
We have complied with the request of the
publishers of the CONGRESSIONAL, GLOBE AND
APPENDIx," in publishing their prospectus. Will
Messrs. Blair & Rives have the goodness to'com-
ply with the prefix, and send us from number one
of their valuable publication ?
95- No. 1, of the CONTINENT," Baltimore,
was received some weeks ago, since which time
we find it not among the score of our valuable
literary newspapers. Have the publishers unin-
tentionally omitted to continue the exchange ?-
We hope so. The one we have on file looks
rather lonely, and the annexation of a few more
Continents, say four, would satisfy our claim, and
entitle the publishers to our vote of thanks.-
Give us the whole or none."
OREGON AND THE TARIFF.
Although the President and many mem-
bers of the Senate insist upon sustaining
the title of the United States to the whole
of Oregon, yet very few of them seem io
think it probable that such a course will
lead to any difficulty with Great Britain.
According to the "Washington letter-wri-
ters," the chief hope entertained by Mr.
Polk and his supporters, for the amicable
adjustment of this question, is based upon
the expectation of a reduction of the Tariff
of '42. They believe that England prefers
her interest to her honor ; and that, however
clear and unquestionable she may believe
her title to the territory in dispute, she will
yield with a good grace, if she can enlarge
thereby the market for the sale of her man-
ufactures, and have an opportunity of de-
stroying the American competition which
has already supplanted her in many portions
of the world. It is possible they are cor-
rect in their suppositions, and that England
will accede to this arrangement; but should
Oregon be obtained by such a compromise,
it will be at a far greater cost to our country
than could be entailed upon us by the most
destructive war. Should Congress, acting
upon this understanding, frame a Tariff ac-
cording to the principle advocated bythe
Secretary of the Treasury, that the maxi-
mum rate of duty is that which produces the
greatest amount of revenue, and should this
policy continue to be pursued in coming
time, its effect will be the entire destruction
of the manufacturing interests of the Union.
Let us endeavor to exemplify. Suppose for
instance that the entire revenue was derived
from duties on manufactures of iron, wool
cotton and silk, and that it was found that,
to produce the proper amount for an eco-
nomical administration, the rate of duties
should be 30 per cent. At this rate, we will
suppose, the English could compete with
us here, and of course the whole country
wouhl at once be filled with foreign fabrics
while we would have a full treasury, and
probably a surplus." After a few years,
however, the American manufacturer, be.
coining more skillful, is able to undersell
his foreign competitor, and drives him out
of the market. The consequence is a fall-
ing off in the importations, and a decrease
of the revenue. Mr. Polk then inquires
into the matter, and arrives at the conclusion
that the American mechanic is becoming
too prosperous-that he is flourishing at
the expense of the rest of the citizens-(that
the Tariff; which was formed at first for
revenue, has become protective in its results
it is of cg, rse unconstitutional, and that it
must undergo a reduction. I n accordance
with his representations, Congress lowers
the duties to .15 per cent; foreign fabrics
are again brought in, and the treasury is re-
plenished. But the American citizen does
not yet despair. In spile of the opposition
of his own government, he still persevere-
in hts enterprise. By improvements in ma-
ehinery--by lowering the price of wages,
and having the cost of transportation in his
favor, he by degrees succeeds in rivalling,
aind finally in again underselling the foreign-
er. The same result occurs. The impor-
tations are checked, amd the receipts of the


treasury are diminished. Secretary Walker
informs the President of the fact, and Mr.
Polk again invokes the assistance of Con- i
gress. The revenue Tariff, first laid at 30
per cent. and afterwards reduced to 15, has
again become protective in its action. The
American manufacturer is thriving too well, t
and the paupers of England must be pro-
ected by our government to keep them
from starvation. It is now found that any E
duty will be protective, and therefore will Y
be unconstitutional. The consequence will ]
be that all duties must be taken off, in order i
o obtain a revenue Tariff,-and how much h
revenue such a Tariff. will furnish us must e
be left to the President and his Secretary ]
o figure out. r
Such is the natural and inevitable result t
Df the system of legislation recommended \t
y our rulers. It tends necessarily to de- o
troy in our country the manufacturing inter- s
st-an interest which our citizens4hough-t t
he Government had pledged itself to foster c
nd in which, under this impression, many p
ave vested their all. And now when, by %
labor and enterprsie, our people have suc- B
needed to some extent in this branch of in- f
ustry, the .Government declares that their s
popularity is incompatible with the welfare g
f the Union, and that the Constitution s
requires that our manufactures be destroyed- n
.ot so thought Washiugtoa and Jeffe'rson, s


Governor ojl" Flotilki. Accoiding to my
understanding of the laws of Florida, and
the usages of Congress no other evidence
could be held legal, except such as had been
obtained upon reasonable notice to my op-
ponent. This notice, it was not in my
power to give. I could not delay my de-
parture from home one day, without incur-
ring the eisk of arriving at Washington too
late to be present at the opening of Con-
gress. Besides, I was not notified of the
grounds on which Mr. B. proposed to con-
test my right to represent the people of my
State, and, therefore, knew not what'pre-
paration to make to defend my position. I
came to the Capitol of the Union to dis-
charge the responsible trust whtch had been
delegated to me, without an opportunity
afforded me of com'batting or contesting the
claim of Mr. Brockenbrough, or without
even an opportu-nity of seeing or knowing
the grounds on which he based his claim.
I further respectfully insist that, before
ihe committee can act on this case, they
should required the production of the origi-
nal returns made to the Secretary of State,
or certified copies thereof, for the purpose
of ascertaining whether the said Sec retary
has complied with the requirements of' the
law; whether he lias not received and
counted returns which le 0'nght to have re-
jected ; and whether the returns rejected by
the Secretary oug'h't not 'to have bee"n
counted.
'If th'e committee decide that notice to me
was not necessary, as I 'contend-if they
decide that returns after the expiration, of
30 days after'The election may be received
and counted---if they receive all the ex par-
te certificates o'f the Secretary of State of
the State of Florida as*colmpetent evidence
in t his case-if trhey decide that it -is not
necessary to have all dise returns "made to
the Secretary before them-if that it is not
incumbent on Mr. Brockenbroughi to prove
that he received'a majority of all the legal
votes giveti at the late election in Florid6t,
oareven that he had a majority of all the re-
tu'rns'; and that I must prove the negative
o'f these propositions, (which decisions be-
i'ng so little consonant with law, justice, tfc
established usages of Congress, I cannot be-
lieve the committee will make,) I respect-
fully ask time for further proof, which, I
do-ubt no't, will be grantedI by the committee
under all the circustninces of the case.
I expect to prove that one at leats ofthe
returns, certified by the Secretary, is a false
return, containing an error committed by
mistake, not fraud. 'The votes cast in my
favor have not been "returned to the Secre-
tary, or, if not forwarded to the committee,
enough' to overcome the small majority
which may appear against me from an esti-
mate of all the ex parte statements subrnit-
ted by Mr. Brockenibrogh, arid objected to
by me as aforesaid., That thre number of
illegal votes given for Mr. B. greatly ex-
ceeds any supposed majority he may have.
That, at two precincts, the polls were ille-
gally closed several hours before the time
prescribed by law, and that voters who ap-
plied to vote for me were thereby prevented
from voting; and that at these precincts
Mr. B. received majorities greater than his
present alleged majority, if lie has any ma-
ority.. That at several precincts the inspec-
tors neglected and refused to be sworn as
he law directs ; and rha:t,'at these precincts,
the aggregate mnajoritiesifor Mr. Brock'en-
brough greatly 'exceeded the majority of all
he. votes given in the State, claimed for
him by his most sanguine friends. That
nany of the returns made by the in sectors v
of the precinct 'elections to the Secretary i
of State, and to the judges of probate and L
county clerks, and counted for Mr. Brocken- E
brot.gh, were altogether ill-egal, null, and
void. That at one precinct, which gave a I
majority for Mr. B. greater than that which j
he now claims, the election was conducted J
by persons nov authorized 'by the laws of t
F-lorida to act as inspectors. That at sever-
al precincts the inspectors-were not appoint- c
ed or elected as the laws of Florida direct, t
nud were not competent to act. That at
mne precinct, which gave a large majority
or Mr. B., several legally qualified voters
applied to vote for me, but were refused, al- i
hough they were allowed to vote for State l
tnd county officers.
I regret exceedingly that I have been t
constrained to occupy so much of the time
nd attention of the committee. I have
ought to take no caption. The positions t
"or which I, contend seem to me to beacon- \
onant with l'aw and justice. I desired not
o trouble Congress or the committee with' i,
his contest between Mr. Broekenbrough
nd myself; and, when the first d otbt was
expressed of my election, I was anxious to d
abinit the election back tQ the people, who
think are the proper arbiters in contro-
ersies of this kind. Although I believe c
hat I have been duly elected by the peo- f,
Ile of Florida to be their representative, yetv
hie declarations of Mr. Brockenbrough


ender the question doubtful. I am unwill- d
ng to subject myself to the imputation,
however unfounded, of being a minority re- a
ersentative, and of desiring to hold my seat T
n the halls of Congress, whenanother has a
een the people's choice. I would rejoice if
Wr. Brockenbrough would consent to give
he committee no' further trouble, but go q
ack with me to the people of Florida, and E
et them, 'and not Congress of the United
States, decide between us b
E.C. CABELL. b
[From the Tallahassee, Sentinel.] v
LETTER FROMMR. CABELL..
The subjoined letter from Mr. CABELL -
as evidently not intended for publication, N
nd wfefear that we nayh be exposing our- N
elves to censure in bringing it before the w
public But the deeply interesting circum'-
ances under which'it was written-just
ter the closing scene in that dark drain.-, Il
hen for the second time, the majesty of tY
he People and the-State of Florida, were I'
publicly scorned and trampled upon by a ti
uthless party majority, as well as the in-
resing facts which Qhe letter contains, em,- E
olden us to place it before our readers.- "
he finale is over, and its last faint vibra- se
on is in harmony with the first, and with
hat might be the knell of popular liberty na
self. Once 'has the People's voice been ye
t aside by party caucusses and conven-
ons, at home, and now a second time is it H
sampled upon, by the same machinery th
broad. Where is this thing to end?-
ot surely, Until the People, tired of being vo
ade the football of spoilsmen, office seek-
s and placemen, shail arise i' the majesty m
strength, and like bold freemen assert sh
eir own right to self-gorernment! For vo


Mr. Ciabell we have no regrets. He'is cer-
tainly not one of those to whom office is
bread and who are beggared without it.-
His talents and enterprise will none the less
ensure his prosperity, than will his many
excellent qualities and ennobling virtues en-
large the circle of his numerous friends.-
He is equally fitted to grace and adorn the
public balls or the walks of private life.-
But for our poor, party-ridden, caucus-be-
juggled, clique-ruled, down-trodden State,
it is most mortifying that the infancy of her
existence should have commenced in the
sink of political intrigue and profligacy, to
which older bodies politic have been grad-
ually reduced by years of vicious rule by
vicious men.
WASHINGTON, January 24th, 1846.
DEAR 'SIR: You will see from an -accoutrt of
the proceedings of the House of Representatives,
which will appear in the Union of this evening,
that the House has sustained the report of the
Committee on Elections, declaring Mr. Brocken-
broug elected as a member of the present Con-
gress, and entitled to represent the people of
Florida.
I have not time now 'to inform you how'this
outrage upon the laws of our State, this utter
disregard of the will of her people, was accom-
plished. This I shall reserve for an .address
which I propose to publish lo my constituents.'
The democrats themselves seem ashamed of
their own deed. Their majority is SIXTY-FIVE,.
and the majority in favor of giving Mr. B. the
seat was but fourteen, ar.-t on a vote to reconsi-
der, this majority was reduced to FOUR!! "The
rest either voted for me, or dodged the question,
-satisfied that they could not conscientiously vote
for Mr. B., and being unwiling to vote against
their party.
I mentioned in a late letter that 1 thought the
case would be sent back to the people of Florida,
or that time would be given for the purpose of
taking further testimony. Both of these proposi-
tions I had made, and either would have' been

entirely acceptable 'to me. But Mr. B. WAS
AFR.A: D O'F THE PEOPLE, the right to represent
whom he has usurped, and knew too well the
weakness of his own cause to consent to have its
mcri-ts investigated. He preferred making an ap-
peal to his party friendsin Congress, and they
have done for him what the people of Florida re-
fused to do. His majority, however, was so
small, that'thereis little glory in wearing honors
so reluctantly conferred. SIXTY of his own
friend refused to vote for him, on the last vote.
I shall remain in Washington for some two
weeks, to attend to the various matters of'busi.
ness which my constituents have entrusted to
me, and to receive letters which may be addres-
sed to me by those who supposed that the people
of Florida enjoy the right to choose their own
Representative.
I arn glad to have it in my power to say that the
probabilities of war are daily diminishing. Our
legislators are beginning to reflect on the awful
consequences-of bringing so'dire a calamity upon
our country. It is rumored, and I think not with-
out -authority, that Mr. Bu'chanan will. be arp-
pointed to fill the vacancy on the bench of the
Supreme Court, and that the Hon. Jno. Y. Mason
will be made Secretary of State. Mr. Mason's
appointment will be hailed with satisfactionn
ball lovers of peace.
In haste--yours very truly,
E. C. CABELL,.
*JOSEPH CLISBY,'Esq., Tallahassee, Fla.

[Correspondence of the Baltimore American.]
Twenty-Ninth KCongre'ss-- First Session.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24, 1846.
The Senate not in session.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MR. CABELL DEPRIVED OF HIS SEAT.
The House immediately upon the read-
ing of the Journal entered upon the unfiu-"
ished business of yesterday.
Mr. Stephens ofGa. addressed the House
with much firmness and energy and ability
in defence of the claims of the sitting mem-
her. He argued the case as a judge, and
examined the law of'the case, as one having
a just observance of the laws, and as one
having a high respect for the popular ma-
jority of the State of Florida, and of all
popular majorities. He said he was bound
to examine this question as a sworn juror.
He had done so ; and after examiqg the
case most thoroughly and most conscien-
tiously, he had come to the conclusion that
the sitting member had a majority of all the
egal votes.
Mr. Seddon, of Vs. addressed the Housei
in continuation of the debate. He avowed
himnself the friend .,,qb'h gentlemeti, but
made a warm argument in favor of the con-
testant.
The floor was then given to Mr. Sawyer,1
)f Ohio, who after saying that the ques- '
ion had been very thoroughly argued upon j
both Sides, moved the previous question.
Mr. Cabell requested Mr. S. to withdraw,
.n order to allow him aj.ers~uyil explanationn,
Mfr. Sawyer still reftiiiH
Mr. Dobbin, of N. drrequested a with-]
Irawal with a promise to renew it, as he t
v'ished to offer an amendment. (
Mr. Sawyer withdrew the _notion, and t
iflared Mr. Dobbin's amendment "himself,
'011owing it up by a new motion for the prft-
zioUs question. (
]t was contended that this was ffot in or- (


ler, and the Speaker so decided. ,
Mr. Chapman, of Ala, took an appeal, ,
nd argued that it was in order to move the
Previous Question, to witlhraw it, to offer c
n amendment, and then to renew it. t
Mr. Sawyer was not willing to place the \
question in -this light, and withdrew the-
mendment; and adhered to his or'igiolllal
notion for the previous question.
.The Speaker sanctioned the proceeding, r
ut the House rejected the previous ques-
ion, after a scene of great confusion, by a
ote of 95 to 68. t
Mr. Davis, of Ky. then addressed the
House, and was followed by Mr. Gordon of v
N. Y. who yielded for a moment to allow r
Ir. Cabell to make a few remarks; after, v
vhich thejdrevious question was!,seconded.
When the main question Was seconded, o
Mr. King of Ga. asked the House to a
ow him to offer a resolutiem. The majori- fi
y responded "no." "I ask, then," said ti
Ur. K., "that it may be read for informa- n
on'" "No," "no," louder than before, c
The resolutions of the Committee on v
elections were then read ; the first declaring ai
that E. C. Cabell was not entitled to a
eat in this House."-1
Mr. Winthrop called for the yeas and tl
iays, which were ordered, and the vote was a,
eas 105, noes 80. ai
The second resolution was "that Win. ta
1. Brockenbrough was entitled to--a seat in ai
his House." rr
The yeas and nays were ordered and the ri
ote was: ayes 99, noes 85.
Mr. Thompson rose upon the announce- ot
ent of the vote, giving notice that he in
iould move the reconsideration of the last .F
te and then the first. His reasons for do- ar





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would be hunted up. and he be ousted at period, some port on the coast of South Carolina
ould e hunted u, n h be ousted Georgia must furnish the same facilities as Ca-
last. The tact is, it has been all the while diz, for the protection of the exterior mouth of the
straits of Florida.
settled that Mr. B. should have the seat, "However inclined'some may be to 9ass over
and had Mr. C.'s majority been even great- "this important question, it does appear to me, that
er than it is, he would have been ejected, if.pur Government be true to the purposes of its
I institution, they will accord ample protection to
and the seat voted to his competitor under Ievery section of our Union. The period for ac-
cording this protection may be delayed, to the in-
some fictitious shadow of evidence, jury of our interests, and the dishonor of our na-
tional character; but it cannot be always avoided,
[From the New-Orleans Bulletin.] for, in some future maritime war-such as, sooner
DEFENCE OF THE GULF. o0 later, must take place, and which we may be
Whatever may be the issue of the disputes engaged in-the productions of that vast empire,
which has for its only outlet the straits -of Florida,
in which our country is now involved with will'be effectually locked up, to the fatal injury of
foreign powers, the people of the South and the country, or possibly the dissolution of the
West ought by no means to suffer the pre- Union. *
Foreign powers, with whom we are liable,
sent awakening of the public mind, on the from conflicting interests, to be bi'ought into coYil-
subject of increasing and improving the na- sian, bordered on our territory, and occupy a chain
tonal defenses, to pass away, without insist-- of formidable posts, stretching along and overlook-
..... i .oue- ing our whole southern coast-su-ch as Jamaica,
i n-, in mt e m ost u rgent m an ner, o n tu n~es- -M ex.co C u aB er ud, nd. h e_ a a m a : ,m
tablishment and completion of worksnieces- ofwhichare--na" eda grea"expens. .
,sary to command the Gulf. and protect our might be the rendezvous for future means of an-
exposed southern frontier and the gateway noyance and attack of -our territory and com-
,of our exporting trade. In season and out m e~rc ,i .. .. .. ..
i a. j .n Te Gulf of Mexico and Straits of Florida,
-of season, this subject deserves to be pressed constituting as theyd'o t.he outlet of so many pro-
on the attention of the government.. Nothing ductions of a rich and valuable nature, thus sur-
less t ,n constant urging, it would seemI rounded by various nations bid fair to be the
can command attention Ion enough to pro -sc -n--sof"muc. f. contention. Ourowninter-
-- ,. 0, ests in that quarter are of immense and rapidly i-n
cure ady thing beyond reports, plans and creasing value, and which being thus open to as-
estimnales.. These we have had ad libit-am, [ saujt, it appears to me it would be a wise policy in
and we m',ight almost add, 'from, th.'idleness ou Government to provide the arsenals and estab-
of so much talk with. so little action,, ..llShlents for ships of war necessary to the protec-
tion urvatinteres|~lI ts Iin L tha sa, and thusU pret-
-nauseam. This remark, however, is not in- vent its falling a prey to the rapacious grasp of fu-
tended in disrespect .o f the genritlemen who ture belligerents, as well as to avoid the necessity
have been, at different times, detailed by the of our ships of war navigating (perhaps in a crip-
. 'I ,- n, ,- fnrii. pled condllon) a dangerous coast of such extent,
epartenl,....toh..e purpose -of furnising to procure the necessary repairs and refit, from the
data on the subij-ct.: on ri e crnl rary, sur- destruction of battle, the disasters of the elements,
vevs arm reports, on all-blanches of our and the decay incident to our vessels, and subiect


Sto great loss of time iu going from and returning to
their stations at the south."


RECEIPTS FROM TXE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Pevtona-275 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson &5 Co; 65 to Lockhart & Young; 27 to
McKay & Hartshorne; 9 to Howard & Ru'therford;
Per steamer Champqov--36 bales cotton Lock-
hart & Young; 186 to, John C Md'clay; 125 to
Nourse, Stone & Co; 46 to Sanford & Butt; 40 to
Howard & Rutherford; 33 to J Day & Co; 19 to
McKay & Hartshorne; 17 to Harpetr & Holmes; 6
to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-380 bales cotton
and 13 boxes tobacco to Lockha't & Young; 193
bales cotton, 1 box and 1 cask groundpeas to Mc-
Kay & Hartshorne; 26 bales cotton and 3 boxes
tobacco to B S HaWley; 28 bales cotton, 30 sacks
corn and 1 box tobacco to Wylie & McKenzie; 7
bales cotton to J F Farrior; 32 to Green & Con-
nery; 5 to Wm G Porter &'Co; 12 do and 2 boxes
tobacco to Dodige & Pratt; 49 sacks groundpeas to
T H & C H Austin; 17 do to J Day & Co.
Per steamer Lotus-309 bales cotton to Wm H
Kimbrough & Co; 157 to Wm G Porter & Co;
142 to Sims & Cheever; 19 to order; 7 boxes to-
bacco to B S Hawley; 5 do to T Preston; 60sacks
corn a'nd 3 sacks groundpeas to Jas F Farrior; 26
do to W Long; 8000 pipe staves to Rinaldi.
Per steamer Emily-341 bales cotton to W A &
P C Kain; 100 t1 D B Wood & Co; 42 to Harper
& Holmes; 79 to Bugbee & Howard; 19 to Wm
G Porter & Co.
Per steamer Co!umbus-207 bales cotton to Jno
C Maclay; 149 to Charles Rogers & Co; 149 to
W A & P C Kain; 98 to B Ellison & Co; 56 to
Howard & Rutherford; 58 to Harper & Holmes.
Per steamer Eufaula-257 bales cotton) 8 sacks
grounfdpeas akad 35 hides to Lockhart & Young;
11 bales cotton to Wylie & McKenzie; 14 to Wm
G Porter & Co; 71 to McKay & Hartshorne; 6
sacks corn meal to T Preston; 2 boxes tobacco to
order.
Per steamer Viola-150 bales cotton to W A &
P C Lain; 125 to Harper & Holmes.
Per steamer Boston-425 bales cotton to, Hill,
Dawson & Co. '*
Per steamer' Augusta-37 bales cotton to Chas
Rogers & Co; 10 to Howard & Rutherford; 40 to
J Day & Co; 25 to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Agnes-256 bales cotton and 4 boxes
tobacco to Lockhatt & Young.
Per barge Marianna, fm Marianna-33 bales
cotton and 11 boxes tobacco.
Per flat boat No 5-246 bales cotton to Lock
hart & Young; 98 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 72 to
Sims & Bheever; 68 to J Perry.


..sbrff's altm

BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issuing out
of the circiut court for the county of Frank-
lin, to me directed, in favor of Oscar Felyan vs.
Archibald T. Bennett, I have levied on, and will
expose to sale on the first Monday in MARCH
next, at the court house door, in the city of Apa-
lachicola, lots no. 1, in block 36, and no. 4, in
block D. 2d range, with buildings thereon.
JOHN LUCAS, Sh'ff F. C.
January 24, 1846. 4-ts


Runaway Negro for Sale.
OF Tuesday, February 10th, 1846, 1 shall ex
pose for sale at public outcry, at the Cout
House (Council Chamber) in the city of Apalach
icola, one Negro Man, about thirty-five years oli
sold as a runaway slave, by virtue of an Act pass
ed by the Legislature of the Territory of Florida
approved Nov. 21st, 1828.


JOHN LUCAS,
Sheriff Franklin county.
ts


January 10th, 1846


Committed
.M TO the Jail of Franklin County, Apa
lachicola, Florida, on the 27th January
1846, a runawaywho calls his name SAM
and says he belongs to Augustus Linear
Gadsden County, Florida. Said boy is 25 or 3
years old, dark color, about 5 feet, 6 or 7 inches
high. The owner is requested to come forward
comply with the law, and take him away.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff F. C.
Apalachicola, Feb 14, 1846. 7-tf


Gulf and sea-coast defence, have been faith
fully, accurately and scientifically made, and
it is no fault of the engitieers and naval com-
mauders who have furnished the plans and
demonslated the urgent necessity of th(
works, that the matter has proceeded nc
further than it has. The indifference to the
:subject exhibited by Congress admits, there-
fore, not even of the excuse of ignorance,
and argues a culpable negligence of the
most important interests of the country,,01
a fool-hardy confidence in the continual
prevalence of a state of peace.
Among the works most to be desired for
giving security to 'the Gulf commerce and
coast and establishing our naval supremacy,
in a sea in which the country has so vast
-and increasing interests, the construction of
a Dry-dock, wiih other complete arrange-
ments for building and repairing Ships, at
Pensacola, is undoubtedly the most impor-
tant. On this subject,/as long ago as 1836,
Commodores Stewart, Dallas and Bolton,
who were appointed for the purpose, made
a full report, with plans and estimates, from
personal survey and inquiry. Commodore
Stewart went farther, and in a letter to the
Department enlarged on the great national
importance of the project, and the reasons
which call for its adoption, incidentally're-
ferring to other measures required to give
command of the Florida straits. The sub-
ject has since been very frequently brought
to the attention of Congress ; but so far
without any efficient action being taker, ,
The following are extracts from Commo-
dore Stewart's letter, written at Philadel-
'phia, November, 1836 :
"In studying the position of Pensacola, with re-
ference not only to our own adjacent coast, and
the great outlet of the Mississippi which it is so
favorably placed to protect, but also to the neigh-
'.boring countries of Mexico and the islands of Cu-
'ba, Jaimai'aeand St. Domingo, which are all liable
at-syme future period to be occupied by nations at
enmity with the United Si .e, the national impor,
'lance of the place. could not but force itself on my
mind, and excite some surprise that it had not
*hitherto attracted more the attention of the .Gov-
ernment. In evidence how little has as vet been
done there, I may mention the fact,'that fhe reve-
nue schooner 'Dexter' had to resort to Charleston
to get her sides caulked, and a few other trifling
repairs which she needed. Yet, at the same t, me
that the great section of our country, of which
Pensacola must hereafter become the naval depot,
has been thus overlooked, we find large appropria-
lions applied to the construction of navy yards in
the middle and eastern States. Casual observers
unac4uainted with the lukewarmness with which
'the development of our naval energies has been
,prosecuted, might naturally conclude that this dis-
parity had its origin in an indifference to our true
policy, or in sectional selfishness; or how else
'could they account for the extraordinary fact, that
our whole seaboard from Norfolk to the Sabine,
-an extent of nearly two thousand miles, does not
afford the means of even r-?p-dirimZ sloop of war;
whilst to the north and east, in less than one thou-
sand miles of coast, the means not only f..r r.-r. lirf,
but for construction, are so singularly multiplied,
that in the Cii.-_.|'i-le waters we have two-the
navy yards at Nnr-,l.'ik and Washington; and in the
bay of Massachusetts., two others-one at Ports-
mouth and one at Boston. There is great defi-
,.ciency in the sout-hern section of our country, as
respects preparation for naval defence, where it
may be most needed, to protect the rich and exu-
berant region which has its, outlet in the struts of
Florida. In the event of war, every means would
,be wmirci, to afford a i,-rini i'r..tection for its
great and valuable products issuing forth through
-so i.iany arteries, and now rendering all Europe
tributary to us, and promoting the prosperity not
only of.the States k hi,'h produce them, but at the
:same time the wealth, power., and m;rondizi-]i uni
*of our whole Union Through the Flori.Ji zir,-_am
,flow'all'the ,'oftnerce and valuable productions
,'of 'South Carolina, Georgia, Floridli. Alabama,
,Kent cky, Tennessee, Mia::ssg, pi, Louisiana, Mis-
-souri,*',Indianaa, and /Illinois. All the produce of
.these 'various States, except that of South Caroli-
kczna and Georgia., must pass through the straits of
C ,Oape Florida, the only practicable outlet of the
great Gulf of Mexico, which is thus constituted
for egress, a close sea, as much so as the Mediter-

ranean, owing to the northeast trade wind which
,prevails to the South, and the island of Cuba and
ithe Bahamas closing it on the east.
"All the States enumerated are highly interested
in the establishment of an efficient naval depot
-within he Gulf of Mexico, embracing all the ele-
.irents necessary for the repairs, construction, and
equipm nt of ships of war, and the gradual accli-
,mating (f troops for southern service.
"By means 'of the strong current of the Gulf
,Stream, naval protection could be afforded to
iGeorgia and South Carolina, with as much facility
.and dispatch from Pensacola as from any of our
,northern naval stations; and, on the contrary, a
naval- force- rendezvousling at, Portsmouth, Bos-
:avoidable for our coast and commerce in the Golf
,of Mexico, as a naval force at Brest or Cherbourg
,would be for the protection of the South of France
,.'and her commerce in th~e Mediterranean Indeed,
..the ships of our northern ports would be still less
available, than the French ships under those c~i'-
cumstances; for, owing to the circuitous naviga-
tion round the south of Cuba, which the strong
:currents of the Gulf of Florida render necessary,
it would take from thirty to fifty days tor a fleet to
reach the Gulf of Mexico from any port on our.
north Atlantic coast. The Natchez sloop of war,
in which I took my passage in the fulfihnent of the
orders of the eighth of July last, took thirty-four
days to get from New-Yo~r to Pensacola ; and the
year preceding, the same ship was fifty-six days in
conveying. Commodore Dallas fi'om New-York to
the sanme place."
"France, situated precisely with respect to the
Mediterranean, as the United States are to the
Gulf of Mexico, found it necessary to establish her
great naval depot at Toulon ; and Spain, with her
establishment at Ferrol, and another at Cadiz, im-
mediately by the straits of Gibraltar, could not pro-
tect her Mediterranean commerce, without ano-
ther formidable establishment at Carthagena,--
Thus must it be with the United States. The
nul~f of Mexico is our Mediterranean, and Pensa-


ola will b -eem tour Toulon ; a!so, at no distant


Storage
OR 1000 barrels or 500 bales cotton on firs
floor. Apply to WOOD & Co.
Feb 14 32 Water st.


5 BALES HAY fbr sale by
0 MYERS & MITCHEL.
Feb. 14, 1846. 36 Water street.
At Auction,
O N the first Monday in March next, I will
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder,
one undivided fourth part of lot No. 8, in'block
B2, so known and distinguished on the map of
the City of Apalachicola, dated April 19, 1836,
and bounded in part by Commerce street', on one
side by lot No. 7j on the other by Leslie street,
and in the rear by lot No. 9.
L. W,. SPRATT,
Att'y for Eliza Wade, Adm'x.
Apalachicola, Jan. 26, 1846. 5-ts
Mtalta Nankeen Cotton Seed for
Sale,
I HAVE a few hundred bushels of Yellow
Nankeen Cotton Seed for sale at two dollars
per bushel. This Seed is the growth of seed
imported last year from the island of Malta, in
the Mediteranean sea, and Were raised and ginned
on a .plantation where no other Cotton grew.
The Seed is therefore genuine. Samples of the
Cotton can be seen at the office of Messrs. McKay
& Hartshorne at Apalachicolai .and which are of
a superior quality.
The Seed can be forwarded by steamboat to
Apalachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate
landing. 11EUBtN C. SHORTER, Sr.

Eufaula; Ala., January 27, 1846. 5-8W
Notice.
O bills will be paid by the steamer MARY
A. MOORE, after this date, unless based
on orders from the-Captain ot Clerk, and need
not be presented.
Apalachicola, Jab; 1i, 1846.


v ARTICLES.
r BAGGING, Kentucky, yd
Dundee, yd
e Peanut, yd
BALE ROPE, Kentucky, lb
Northern, lb
Manilla lb
BREAD, Navy, cwt
Pilot, Cwt
COFFEE, Rio, lb
Havana, lb
Java, lb
CANDLES, Sperm, lb
CORDAGE, Manilla, lb
Hemp, lb
Tarred, lb
2 CIDER, Northern, bbl
DOMESTIC GOODS-
Brown Shirtings, yd
S" heetingSi yd
Tickingsd
Cottonades, yd
Calico Prints, yd
Kentucky Jeans, yd
* DUCK, Russia, yd
DYES, Logw'dj Campeaehy, ton
St. Domingoi ton
Fustic, ton
I Indigo, lb
FLOUR, Northern, bbl
, "Western, bbl
; FISH, Cod, box
Mackerel, No. 1j bbl
No. 2, bbl
"9 No. 3, bbl
HERRING, box
FRUIT, Almonds, lb
Raisins, box
Prunes, lb
Currants, lb
Figs, drum
Lemons, box
FURS, Otter,
FEATHERS Ib
GRAIN, Oats, bush
Corn, bush
GLASS, box
HAY, cwt
HIDES, Green, lb
Dry, country, lb
IRON, English, lb
Swedes, lb
Hoop, .b
Sheet, lb
Nail Rods, lb
Casting. American, lb
LUMBER-
Boards, White Pine, M
Yellow M
Staves, M
White Oak Heads, M
.. .. Heading, M
LEAD, Bar, lb
Sheet, Ib
LIME, bbl
MOLASSES, gal
NAVAL STORES, Pitch, bbl
Oakum, bale
Rosin, bbl
Tar, bbl
N AILS, keg
OILS, Linseed, galI
Olive, bottle
Sperm, gal
Lard, gal
Tanners' gal
Castor, bottle
PROVISIONS, Pork, Mess, bbl 1
M. 0. bbll
Prime, bbl'I
Bacon Hams, lb
4" canvassed, lb
Sides, lb
Shoulders, lb
LARD, lb
BUTTER, lb
CHFESE, Ib
POTATOES, bbl
PEANUTS, bush
RICE. cwt
SPICS, Cassia, lb
Cloves, lb
Ginger root, lb
ground, lb
Nutmegs, lb 2
Pepper, lb
SUGAR, N. Orleans, lb
Old cropN. 0. lb
Loaf, lb
SALT, Liverpool, bush I
Coarser ,bush
STEEL, Castj cwt l1
German, cwt 12
SOAP. lb
SPIRITS, Brandy, Cognac, gal 2
Gin, Holland, gal I
Americanj gal
Rum, N. E. gal
Whiskey, Reet, gal
Alcohol, gal
SKINS, Bear, I
Deer,
SHOT, all sizes, Ib
TOBACCO, lb
TEA, Young Hyson, Ib
Souchong, lb
TIN,
TWINE, Baling, lb
Seine, Ib
WINES, Maderia, gal]
Champagne doz 1(


D. C. D C.
11 a 12
16 a 17
a 13
5a 61
a 8
4 a 6
5 a 6
8 a 9
7j'a 7j
10i a 13
30 a 85
a 10
11 a 12
12 a 14


For New York.
THE good bark .AdA" WELSH, 3
^ N Magna, master, will be dispatched in
Sa few days. For freight o" passages ap;
ply to the Captain or to
jan31 5 NOURSE, STONE &" CO.
For NeW York.
^-^ THE ship GARDIVER, Brown, mai-
y ter, Will meet with dispatch. For freight
S Sor passage apply to
Jan 17 D. B. WOOD & Cd.


61 a
71 a
12h a
14 a
61 a
25 a
18 a


7j
9
20
22
25
55
20


Past Previ-|O AL Last
WITHER EiXtORTEb. 3 days ously. TrAseason
Liverpool ............ ..83391 ..3700 ..7091 .11114
H avre ................ ...... ...... ...... .. 1312
N antz..... ......... .. .. .. .... ...... .. 1279
T rieste ............... ... ..... ... .. ......
G enoa ............ ... .. .. ... ......
O their ports ........... ...... ...... ...... ......
Total to For. Ports ...... ..3700 ..7061 .13705
New York ........... ... 579 ..6777 ..7356 .16523
Boston ........... .... ..1817..3131 ..4948 .12146
Providence ... .. .... .. .756 ..3176 ..3873 .3882
Philadelphia ......... ...... ...... ...... ... 682
Baltimore..... ......... ..1221 ..1221 ..865
New Orleans ......... ........ 1311 ..1311 ..1224
Other ports ....................128 .1.128 ...773
Total Coastwise........... .15744 .18897 ,36135
TOTAL-BALES .. ............. 25988 .49840


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500

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* 6 50
a 450
a 12 00
a- 800
a 700

a 300


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For Charleston.
_ THE good schooner CHRISTMXWJV'd
/a Stokes, master, *ill have dispatch. Foa
e, freight or passage, apply to
jan31 5 C. ROGERS & CO.
For Key West and Hivani'.
in THE fast sailing schr SWW.i/M, Capt
Webber, will have immediate dispatch
tbr the above ports, all of her cargo be-
ing engaged or on board. For passage having
fine accommodations, apply on board, or to
GIBSON k CLAPP,
Feb 7 22 Water street.


14 a


3


50 a 65
62O a 75
00 a10 00
00 a 125
3 a 31
6 a 7
4j a 5
5 a 6
a 8
8 a 10
60 a 71
4 a 6

00 a10 00


Goods Cheap for Cash.
T HE subscriber being desirous of disposing ot
his stock of Winter Goods, which is large
and beautiful, as an additional inducement to his
customers that of selling them off at cost and
charges, and as an evidence of gratitude for the
faVors heretofore received from his friends and
the public, he now gives them an opportunity of
getting bargains, such as they can seldom meet
with in this country. Merchants from the in-
terior would do well to call and examine the
stock which is now offered as above.
FRANCIS KOPMAN.
N. B. I would again request thosa knowing
their indebtedness to call and settle up without
the necessity of notifying them further.
Feb 7 F. K.


CLEARED.
Feb. 9--Ship Columbian, Merriman, forBoston,
by D B Wood & Co.
Bark Tiberlus, Crowell, for Ptovidence3 by T
L Mitchel.
Brig Madison Hoey, for New York, by Wm
G Porter & Co.
Schr D S Gregory, Young, for New Orleans.
Feb. 10-Ship Jessie, Oliver for Liverpool, by
J Day & Co.
Schr Marion, Priee, for New Orleans.
Feb. -11-Brig Metamora, Gates, for New York,
by Nourse, Stone & Co.
Feb. 12-Ship Richmond, Mustard, for Liver-
pool, by S Cassm.
Bark Beaver, Edmonds, for Providence, by T
L Mitchel.
Feb.'l3-Bark Mary Smith, Blancnard, for
Boston, by D B Wood & Co.
Barl, John Brower, Sutto'n, for Boston, by D
B Wood & Co.
Schr Swan, Webber, for Havana, by T H &
C H Austin.
ARRIVED.
Feb. 9-Steam Sciir Florida, Clift, fm NeW
Orleans.
Feb. 10-Schr November, Doune, fm Kings-
ton, Ja.
Steamer Agnes, Rynear, fm Chattahoochee
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Augusta, Hall, from Columbus.
Steamer Paytona, Greer, from Columbus.
Steamer Emily, Roland, fm CoIumbus.
Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, Tm Columbus.
Steamer Lotus, Robertson, tm Columbus.
'Steamer Enfanla, Barnet, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Boston, Morton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Columbus, Garrard, from Columbus.


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200
800
150
250
450
100
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112


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a 12
a 28
a 250
a10 00
a 200
a 300
a 500
a 125
a 57
a 150


An Ordinance
Amending an Ordinance, entailed An Ordinance
concerning Retailers of Liquor, Taverns &c.
SEC. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Coiun-
cil of the City of Apalachicola, That so much of
the ordinance, of which this is an amendment,
as imposes the sum of fifty dollars for licence for
retailing malt or spirituous liquors, be repealed,
and that the sum of thirty dollars be inserted in
lieu thereof. Passed January 2'8, 1846.
E. C. ROBERTS, Mayor.
Wm. V.ALiEA#, Clerk.


The Mansion House,
APALACHICOLA; FA.
11 J7 THE above house ha Veen lease&
Sfor a term of years, by the subscrt-
11iM bers, who most fe9p^1tlly inforht
their friends, and the public, that
they are noW prepared to aceommo-
date regular boarders; or transient visitors, in i
manner that. cannot fail to give entire satis-
faction.
The establishment has been thoroughly Ire-
paired and newly furnished throughout, and i4
better prepared for the reception.of travellers--
particularly families-than at any .fbomer period.
As no expense or labor has been spa~ed to fit ttie
house for their accommodation, so no attention
shall be, to render all comfortable whb may faVot
us with their patronage.
C; H. MATIRR,
N.- F. BARRY.


175 a 200
500 a 15 50
4 00 a 14 50
300 a 13 50
10 a 11
11 a 12
9 a 10
84 a 9j
10 a 11
18 a 25
8 a 10i
250 a 350
50 a 55
425 a 600
24 a 25
37J a 50
9 a 10
11 a 121
212 a 250
18 a 20
5j a 74
6 a 7-
12 a 14
100 a 112
62J a 75
800 a 25 00
200 a 15 00
51 a 6
250 a 350
150 a 175
40 a 45
37" a 40
28 a 29
62J a 75
150 a 200
7 a 9
54 a 6j
12 a 75
45 a 100
50 a 75
18 a 20
40 a 50
100 a 300
000 a 15 00


On Consignment.
HE subscriber has just received from the
T manufacturers and publishers a beautiful lot
of Paper Hangings, Foolscap and Letter Paper,
Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer
Books, etc., which he offers very low.
Feb 7 F. KOPMAN.


Notice
S hereby given, that the sloop Oregon has this
day been put in the entire and exclusive pos-
session of Henry G. Guyon and An'son Hancock,
part owners, for a limited period, and that no
debts or contracts hereafter -made for and on ac-
count of said sloop Will be paid, unless the same
are made with the consent of said Guyon and
Hancock. EBENEZER HOYT,
W. C. LAWRENCE.
Apalachicola, Feb. 3, 1846. 6-3t


LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS
B Amar, Carver, 435 tons, fm Charleston, waiting
-Master.
Ocean Queen, McBride, 802 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-J Day & Co.
Kestrel, Turner, 810 tons, for Liverpool, with dis-
patch-W A & P C Kain.
Oneco, Drew, 640 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
Nourse, Stone & Co and Harper & Holmes.
Ocean, Willard, 567 tons, for Liverpool, loading
-Master.
Louisa, Tay, 323 tons, for Boston, with dispatch-
Chas Rogers & Co.
Sabbattis, Cox, 447 tons, for Liverpool, loading
-J Day & Co.
Edwin, Pierce, 339 tons, fm New York, waiting
T L Mitchel.
Gardiner, Brown, 346 tons, for New York, with
dispatch-D B Wood & Co.
BARQUES.
Sarah Sheaff, Sands, 401 tons, from New York.
waiting-J Day & Co.
Ann Welsh, Magna, 381 tons, for New York, with
dispatch-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Due de Orleans, Robertson, fin New York, wait-
ing Master.
Empire, Keazer, 285 tons, for Boston, loading-
Chas Rogers& Co.
Robert Watt, Johnson, tons, fm Liverpool,
waiting-Hill, Dawson & Co.
Isabella, Kelly, 315 tons, for New York, with
dispatch-Chas Rogers & Co.
BRIGS.
Mary Willisj tons, Rogers, from Barbadoes-
Master.
Cayuga, Currier. 237 tons, for New York, with
dispatch-Dodge & Pratt.
American, Post, 256 tons, for New York, loading
I -Nourse, Stone & Co.
Delaware, Borden, 214 tons, for Fall River, load-
Ing-Win T Wood.
Virginia, Talbot, 249 tons, for. New York, load-
ing-Dodgre f& Pratt.


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Champion-Gen. John Dill; Messrs
Wakefield and Stow.
Per steamer Lotus-Mr Smith, lady,.,child and
esrvant; Messrs Adams, Price and Atwater.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-Mrs Joyce, Miss
Lovelace' Messrs Roberts, Wellborn, Perry,/Bell
and Hawkins.
Per steamer EmilyM Koonts.
Per Steamer Augusta-Miss Owens, Miss L
Hurd, Dr Lockhart, Messrs Salsbery, Clark, D
Rambo, J W Hamond.
Per steamer Peytona-Miss H Hardtn,.Miss G
Hardin, Capt Henry Allen, Messrs S F Grimes,
James McCabe, John Seelv, R J Moses.
Per steamer Euf'aula-Miss Mary Welborn
Miss Jane Taylor, Messrs J C Wellborn, Wm
Pope.
Per "steamer Viola--Miss Marv Scott, Miss
Sarah Jones, Messrs J B Green, F V E Browne.
'Per steamer Columbus-John C Mangham.
Per'steamer Boston--Mr Schiffer.
Per steamer Agnes-Mrs Hinkley, Miss Mc-
Gowan, Messrs Cunningham and McGowan.

EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Jessie--2017 bales cot-
ton. "
Per ship Richmond-1374 bales cotton.
BOSTON-Per ship Columbian-1350 bales cot-
ton.
Per bark Mary Smith-918 bales cotton.
Per bark John Brower-899 bales cotton.
PROVIDENCE-Per bark Tiberius--882 bales
cotton. '
Per bark Beaver-757 bales cotton.
NEW YORK-Per brig Madison--582 bales
cotton.
Per brig Metamora-579 bales cotton.
NEW ORLEA."5- ?er schr D S Gregory--T
lbales cotton, "


time,
250f CASKS toarrive per schr Christiana;
250 daily expected, for sale by
jan24 4, CHAS. ROGERS & CO.


0oods on Conisignment.
A SMALL assortment of Goods, consistingof"
Coffee, Tea, Soap; Candles, Tobacco;
Gunpowder, Brandy, &c., is offered at Ne"
York Invoice prices, by _
jan3l 5 NOURSE, STONE & CO. _


Bagghii^ and llope.
1A GOOD article of Powver Loom Kentuck-
JJBagging and good Rope,, for sale by
jan31 5 NOURSE, STONE ,& CO.


Thos. Clark,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
e CONTINUES to carry on this busi-
I..ness in Apalachicola, two doors below
'i the City Hotel on Centre street.-
C Having superior workmen, he is con-
fident, that all who may patronize him will find
they have called at the right shop. French Calf
Skin and Morocco Boots, or Shoes, made to order,
of the latest fashion and most approved style.
All mending &c., done With neatness and promp-
titude, and on terms that cannot fail to be re-
cognised as in keeping with the competition in
trade and the closeness of the times.
I jan17 3-6t


ALT.-3300 sacks Liverpool. coarse, cargo of
the ship Ocean Queen, for sale by
Jan 24 J., DAY & CO.


Exchange.
HECKS at sight on New York, for sale by
ISAAC M. WRIGHT,
Feb 7. 6-1m 3 Columbus block.


PECIE--For sale in sums to suit purchaser,-
by D. B. WOOD & Co..
January !0,.1846. .


Auction.
HEZ. R. WOOD, Auctioneer.
ILL be sold to close consignments, on Sat-
urday, 21st instant, at 11 o'clock, A. M,,
10 bbls and 5 butts White Vinegar,
5 12 Cider ..
2 single and I double barrel Shot GOns,
1 large Counting-room Desk.
Also, a variety of Groceries. Terms, Cash.
WOOD. & Co.
Fab 11 32.. Water ot,


A Card*
W ISHING to close our business in this place;
we are prepared to sell our extensive Atock
of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., ati
unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance;
Merchants and others visiting this city, will find
it to their interest to examine our stock before*
makingfheir purchases.
J. STEVENSON & CO,
Ar~alachicola, Jan. 12, 1845 jan17 3-F


KEN'I"S black, blue and red Ink. Also, copy
ing Ink, for nale by
,Jan H4 $. .?C. ALLEN.


For Liverpoi... ,
.. THE first class Ship ONECO, Capt
/rigDrew, has a large part of her" cargo enf-
Sxi^gaged. For freight apply to.
NOURSE, STONE &, 'CO, or
jan31 HARPER & HOLMES..


Fbr iLiverpool.
STHE superior Ship, SABATTI8S
Cox, master, can take 500 bcles cottoti
Ba and will have dispatch. For freight
apply to J. DAY '& C.
jan3


For New Yorki
THE superior pack-t 'brig CAYUGA-,
oto W. G Currier, maste" will have imme-
idiate dispatch. For freight 200 balet;
cotton or paskagee apply to
DODGE & PRATT,
Feb 14 40 Water street.


For New York. .
THE fine Al bark ISABELL-Ti
_Kelly, master. For freight br passages
apply to
F'eb 14 C. R0GEkS I9.'-


For New York.
: THE regular packet brig V/R G/VCq-,
Talbot, master, will sail 12th inst. Fci
freight of 100 bales cotton, or passage
apply to DODGE & PRATT,
Veb 7 40 water street.


For New York.
THE new packet brig ,IMEBRIC.I,
.id Capt Post, has part of her cargo engaged
gmAhd will have dispatch--following thtt
bark Ann Welsh. For freight or passage, apply
to NOURSE, STONE & CO.


For BostOn.
: THE fine ship LOUISA,tTay, masters
yiSESS~will have despatch.
a&a Feb 14 C. R'ORERS & Co.


For Boston.
^_ THE new fast sailing bark EMPIRE;
t Keyser, master, her entire cargo, under
aiideck, going on board. For fleck freight
or passage, only, apply to
Feb 7 CHARLES ROGERS & 0o.-


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF APALACHICOLA..... February 14.


To Let.
'THE large and commodious Dwellint
House, lately built on the corner of ,en-'
tre and Market sts. To a good tenant it,
will be rented low. Apply to
Nov 45z 46-3t MILLER & C'o.


John Spelicei
CLOCK AND WATCI MAKER,
a HASfengaged in business in this
^^ ^ city, and may befound, by all who
S"dpsire his services, at the shop of
Win. C. Lawrence, Merchant Tailor. All work
done by him will be warranted of the best style,
and customers will not have to jyyait, as he is
determined strictly and promptly, to attend to
all business in his line that may be entrusted to
him.
January 10, 1846.


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U. S. M1ail Arrangement.
gi BTHE Steamer AGNES, J. Ryvwr
master, will leave Apalachicolt
every Tuesday and Saturday at 16
oclock, P. M. Leaves Chlttahowir
chee every Monday and Thursday at 12 o'clock)
M. She will make weekly trips to Bainbridg*,
leaving there on Monday morning, and to Brown's
Ferry, leaving there Wedn66day night. Evrer
attention will be paid to the safety add'comfort i
passengers, and Strict attention to any 'luiasa
confided to the officers of th'e bort.
JOHN JENKINS, 'Contract^r.
April 26, 1845. ly.

For lbiverpooL
THE fast sailing Al 13ritish ship
KESTREL, Turner, master, is up f4
S the above port and wilt meet with ifm-
mediate despatch. For-freignt, apply to
Feb 7 W..A. & P. C. KAIN.


BY virtue of several writs of Fieri Facias, i
suing out of the Circuit Court for the Coun
ty of Franklin, to me directed, against David C
Raney, I have levied on and will expose to sal
on the first Monday in March next, at the Cou
House door, in the City of A palachicola, Lot No
6 in block E2.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff F. C.
January 24, 1846. 4-ts


1


WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT.


COTTON STATEMENT. Last
year
Stock on hand 1st Sept ..... ..... 4
Received past 3 days .......... 3,528
4 previously ......... 50,325
Total .... bales -- 53,857 8038
Exported past 3 days .......... 6,544
6 previously .......... 19,444
Total ...........--- 25,988 4984
On hand and on shipboard not cleared 27,869 3054

EXPORTS 0P OOtTON FROM APALACHICOLI
Commencing Ist September, 1845-and same
time in 1844.


To Kent;
s& THE Front offices of Store No. "0 Watief
street. MYERS & MITCHEL,
Dec.S2-7,f845. 36 Water Rt.





Limiie.
300 BBLS. Thomaston, for sale in lots to
3007suit purchasers, by
Feb 7 D. B. WOOD & Co.


LAide-Aflofit
600 CASKS Thomaston, for sale by
0 Jan 24 D. B.,WOOD & C6.
/


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I City Council Proceedings.
e COUNCIL CHAMBER, )
WEDNFESDAYy EVENING, Feb. 11, '46.
Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts, Mayor;
- Councilmen, Messrs. Schiffer, Guyon, Green,
, Hancock, Rinaldi and Peck.
The minutes of the last meeting were read and
r approved.
r The Clerk reported the returns of the Harbor
Master for the month of January last, which
were read and ordered on file.
r Mr. Green presented the account current of P.
Hobart, late Tax Collector, with the City, which
, shewed a balance in his hands 6f $307.90, which
t was read, and on motion of Mr. Guvon, seconded
* by Mr. Rinaldi, was referred to the Finance Com-
rmittee to consult with the City Attorney, and re-
port thereon,
Dr. Green, friom the Finance Committee, in-
trodued an ordinances entitind an ordinance to
raise a revenue for the use of the City of Apa-
lachicola, for the year, A. D. 1846, which Was
read and passed section by section, and article
by article, and thereupon, on motion of Mr.
Schiffer duly pamsed as a -whole by the title
thereof.
The Mayor handed in a communication from
Mr. Austin, signifying the intention of the Land
Company to resist any suit brought by the City
for the recovery of the wharf property at the foot
of the streets, which was read.
He also presented a communication from the
City Attotney, recommending the adoption of a
resolution, declaring thesrreets open to the River,
a'nd8 that they be kept undisturbed.
Whereupon Mr. Guyon offered the following
preamble and resolution, which was read and
further action thereon postponed till next meet-
ing,
Whereas, the Committee appointed to ascertain
what just claim the Apalachicola Land Co. have
to the wharf property at the foot of the several
streets, have given the subject the most attentive
examination, in connection with the City Attor-
ney, and have come to the conclusion that at the
land sales of City lots, the map of said City was
exhibited on which the streets were open to the"
River, and the citizens generally were of opinion
that it was the intention of the Land Company
to keep them open as public property; the Com-
mittee therefore ask leave to offer the following
resolution.
Resolved, That the foot of the streets to the
River are public property, and are hereby de-
clared open to the River, and all merchandise or
other property landed at the foot of any street,
and removed within twenty-four hours, shall not
be subject to wharfage.
The Mayor presented an ordinance, drawn by
the City Attorney, entitled an ordinance amend-
ing an ordinance in relation to taxes, &c., passed
21st May, 1845, which Was read, and postponed
till next meeting.
The following bills were presented and referred
to the Committee on Claims, viz :
C. Wentworthh bill for board of prisoners, $12 00
John Gannon, bill for drayage on streets, 9 75
John P. Lohner, bill for work on streets, 3 00
Mr. Green offered the following resolution,
which was adopted-,
Resolved, That paupers who continue in the
Poor House, through the influence of vicious
habits, ought to be supported at the expense of
the County of Franklin, and that conference be
held with the County Commissioners as to the
expediency of letting all such persons occupy
the Jail of said county, at the expense of said
county.
On motion of Mr. Guyon, seconded by Mr.
Peck, Dr. Green was requested to confer with
the County Commissioners on the subject.
Mr. Guyon offered the following resolution,
which was adopted:
Resolved, That the Finance Committee be,
and they are hereby required to present the City
account for moneys advanced the County of
Franklin for building the County Jail, and en-
deavor to settle said account.
The Council then adjourned, till Thursday
evening, 19th inst. at 7 o'clock.


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REVIEW OP --HE APALAOHICOLA MAWETE
COTTON-We have had a steady market si Tuesday, with a demand about equal to the amount
offering. Foreign operators have participated to
considerable extent in 1the transactions. Prce
remain unchanged, and we continue our previous
quotations.
LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
1846. 1845.
Inferior .............. .... 5 a 3 a 31
Ordinary................51 a 51 3j a 41
Middling................65 a 6Q 4 a 5
Good M iddling ..... .. 6 a --
Middling Fair ........... a 6j 5 a 51
Fair .... 74 a 71 5t a 5j
'Good Fair .............. 7| a 7j 6 a 6j
GROCERIES.-For the past week there has been
a little better demand for groceries of most de
scriptions, without, however, any material irm
provement in prices. New-Orleans Sugars mee
with a ready sale at prices ranging from 6 a 7c. in
Hhds., and 6j a 7j in Bbls. Old crop is in but hil
tle demand, and there is only a small stock in the
' market. We hear of some small sales at 6j a 7,ec
Flour is steady at $61 for Western The stock o
Coffee has been somewhat reduced, and holder
are asking an advance of,a j on most descriptions
Pork is selling at $15 MHess, and $131 Prime
Beef is rather dull; .10 is asled for Mess and $9
for Prime. Lard is selling in retail lots at9 a loc
Cheese in casks loc. Cider,e 6 per barrel, and
dull of sale. Hides meet with ready sale at 7 a 7.
Kentucky Bagging is in good demand at 11 a 12c
There is a large stock of Rope in the market
very dull of sale, and is in no demand unless with
the bagging, when it sells at 5jc. Peanuts are
exceedingly dqll, and a first rate article will only
command' 50 a 55c per bushel. Hay is worth ?I
a 1 121 on the wharf, and e1 25 a 1 37J in store
FREIGHTS-Since Tuesday, shippers have evinc-
ed more anxiety to make engagements. The ful
stock of cotton for shipment and limited number
of vessels have caused an advance of 1-32c in at
engagement for Boston; and on two for New
York 1-16c advance. Masters now steadily refuse
to take less than 9-16c for New York and 5-8c for
Boston. For Liverpool our last quotations are
continued.
QUOTATIONS :
To Liverpool ............ 1-2 a 17-32d per lb.
New York .................. 9-16c.
Boston ................ 19-32 a 5-8c "


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State Tax Collector's Sale.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six
months after date I will expose to sale at
public outcry, opposite the Court House door,
in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin,
the following Lots, lying and being in said City,
as the property of the following persons, for
Taxes due said State for the, year 1845, as per
plan of City.
Lots. \iBlocks\ Owners. \Taxes.
2 40 CampbelL, $ 20
9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 60
18 H2 R. McKenzie, 30
7 and 12 B1 Wm. Mathers or assigns 2 95
4 28 Dr. Meacham, 40
1 J H. N. Morris, 80
4 14 David Seldon, 55
6 and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60
2 22 Chittenden's Estate, 30
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,.
and ex-Officio State Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 1846. 4-6m


XLeal Notices.

Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Alphonse Loubat,
Comp't,
VS.
John Gorrie, Henry R. D r o F c u
Taylor and Raphael Decree of Foreclosure.
J. Moses, Assignee
of H. R. Taylor,
11 Def'ts.
BY virtue of a Decree of Foreclosure made in
this cause, on the 26th of Dec last, I will
expose to sale at public auction to the highest
bidder on the 7th day of February next, in front
of the premises, Lots No Six and Thirteen in
Block C, 1, with the improvement thereon, and
execute to the purchaser thereof a Deed or Deedq
for the same as Master in Chancery.
Terms made known on the day of sale.
WILLIAM VALLEAU,
Clerk of Cir. Court and Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, Jan. 3, 1846 1-5t


New and Fashlonable Fall G**4W.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
THE subscriber bega.Ieave to call th atiehtMi
of his customers, and country merchants, to
an extensive assortment of goods, which e haf
just received from New York, per ship Mqefebhtm
and which he offers on the most reasonable (ems.
Among which may he found the following, viz:
English and American Calicoes, every deseriptloa,
Ombre Cashmeres, Printed Rep'd Cashmer,
Muslin de Laines, an extensive and beautiful as.
sortment,
Tarlton Muslins, White and colored,
Wrought Drapery Mutslins,
Ombre Zephyr Shawls,
Damask and Essingle Silk Shawls,
Embossed Morine and Muslin deLaine %awls,
Tyrolesse and Cockerill Caps and Hoods,
Fancy Mitts, Gloves, Cuffs, Head-dress,Ae. Sic.
Victoria and Grass skirts,
Ericsson and Ombre Trimming.%
Silk and Fancy Velvet Sash Ribbons,
Hosery of all descriptions,
Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs,
Carpeting and Negro Cloth,
Flannels, Apron Checks,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtingst
Over, Dress, and Frock Coats,
Cassimere and Sattinet Pants, "
Silk, Satin and Fancy Vests, :
Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Shirts, It
Negro Pants, Jackets, &c. &c,
Calf, Seal and Water-proof Boots,
Calf, Kip and Russett Brogans,
Ladies' fine colored and black Kid Slippers,
Walking Shoes,
c colored and black Gaiter Boots,
Variety of Misses and Childrens' Shoes and Boots,
Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats,
Hunting Hats and Cloth Caps, ;
Fine Cutlery, Toys, &c. &c.
Together with a general variety of other Goods
too numerous to mention. He respectfully in-
vites you to call and examine for yourselves, and
he is satisfied that he can offer such inducements
as will ensure him a share of patronage.
FRANCIS KOPMAN,
Nov 5. Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings.

New Dry Goods!
rTHE SUBSCRIBER having just received and
J opened his splendid stock of NEW DRY
GOODS, at his store adjoining the Drug Estab-
lishment of J. C. Alien, respectfully invites the
public to call and examine for themselves.-
Among this new stock, are the following articles,
viz:-
Calicoes, beautiful patterns and latest fashions;
Mousline deLaines and Fancy Ginghams;
Amiens, a rare and splendid article for Ladies'
Dresses;
Silk and Worszed Shawls;
Ladies' and Gentlemens' fine Worsted and
Cotton Hose;
A fine assortment of Domestics of various
widths and colors;
Jaconet, Swiss and Figured Muslins;
Cotton Laces; Insertings of numerous patterns;
Ladies' fine Caps of all kinds;
Children's ditto, ditto;
Red, Yellow and White Flannels;
Gentlemen's and Boys' fine Hats and Caps;
Gents. Lamb'q-wool Under-shirts and Drawers;
Silk and Straw Bonnets;
Umbrellas and Parasols;
Beautiful Ribbons; Cord and Tassels;
Alapacas, &c. &c. &c.
Together with a general and well selected
assortment of
, Ladies' fine Boots and Shoes;
Gentlemen's ditto; ditto;
Boys' ditto, ditto;
Gentlemen's Ready-made Clothing, consisting of
Frock and Box Coats;
Fine Sattinett and Cassimere Pantaloons;
Coarse Cotton and Worsted ditto;
Fine Satin and Worsted Vests.
And for the Juveniles, a splendid assortment of
Pictorial Books and Toys of all descriptions.
Together with various other articles too nutm.r
ous to mention; all of which the subscriber offers
at low pricesfor CASH only.
N. SEYMOUR.
Apalachicola, Oct. 25, 1845. (3rm
Dry Goods.
HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
T sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
*Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
S Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheetirng,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecesse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Stl/er Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English arid American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hi-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and rigid Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, ,.
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c. ./
"Which have been selected with great calf in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents.
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and


are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable' "
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov. 29, 1845. 41 Water street.
Roaberls, Allen & Co.
HAVE on 'hand and for sale, wholesale and re-
I tail, low for Cash-
20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assorted Nail,
ri0 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Ct, B
Sheet and Boiler Iron, u o
Hollow Ware, a general assortment, org
Sugar and Coldren Kettles,
Cook and Parlor Stoves, Sad Irons,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hardware,
Britannia and Jappand Wares, Brass, Andiroethr
aire Dogs, Shovels and Tonguc s, I
Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Bo~xes,'
Marlin Spun Yarn, Manilla- and Hemp Cordage,
Anclos PitIch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar, Rorsif,
uren i e, Sperm an d Linseed Oil,
Paints and Brushts;' Rigging and Pump, Leather,
Miatts, Pumps and Buckets,-
Fin and Sheet Iron Ware.
Nov 29. 1 45.


Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Apalachicola, December Term, 1845.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, Bill Quia timet.
and And for partition of Real
James C. Watson, et. [Estate, known as the
al Respondants. *J Columbus Property.
DANIEL McDOUGALD, Duncan McDougald
and the several defendants to the Bill of
Complaint above referred to, and all others inter-
ested, will take notice that in pursuance of the
following decretal order, issued by the Hon.
Thomas Baltzell, Judge, at the last December
Term of the Circuit Court, sitting as a Court of
Chancery, I shall expose for sale in front of the
Exchange, at 12 o'clock, on the second day of
March next, the property hereinafter described,
or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
the purposes of said Decree, which said Decree is
in the words following, to wit:--" And it further
appearing by the said (Master's) Report, that the
several purposes of said Decree have been fully
answered, except as to the claims of said Com-
pany against Daniel McDougald, whose interest
has been transferred to Duncan McDougald,
which said interest is subject to a lien for the in-
debtedness of the said Daniel. It is hereby Or-
dered and Decreed, That the Master in this case
advertise the interest of said Daniel, now trans-
ferred to Duncan McDougald, and sell the same,
or so much thereof .as may be necessary to fulfil
the purposes of this Decree, in thirty days from
the first day of February, 1846, unless the amount
due and owing to the general fund by the said
Daniel, and for which a lien exists upon the
shares and fractional shares transferred to Dun-
can McDougald is paid on or before the day on
which said sale is ordered, in pursuance of this
Decree, to wit:-The sum of one thousand eight
hundred and twenty two 89-100 dollars, and the
interest accruing and to accrue thereon from the
date of this Decree, the following being the pro-
perty of said Duncan McDougald as set forth in
the Decree of Partition, viz:-Seven undivided
eighth parts of Share E., containing Lots num-
ber 7 and 14, block G. 1, and the improvements.
Lots Nos. 7 and 14, block G 2 ; lots Nos. 1, 19
and 20, block G 2; lots Nos. 9 and 10, block 8 ;
lots Nos. 1 and 10, block 38. Part of wharf lot
No. 27, being thirty-seven and a half feet north
westwardly from a point one hundred and fifty
feet N. W. from Cherry street. Part of wharf
lot number 14, being thirly-sevpn and a half feet
north westwardly from a point one hundred and
fifty feet N. W. from Leslie street. Six and one
fourth acres of land, being part of a fifty acre lot
conveyed by this Decree in part to D. K. Dodge
and others, said six and one-fourth acres having
a line three hundred and sixty-eight 95-100 feet
on Locust street, by seven hundred and thirty-
seven 90-100 feet deep.
Three undivided fourth parts of Share F. con-
taining lot number 8, block G 1 ; lot number 13,
block G 1.
Lots Nos. 8 and 13, block G 2.
Lots Nos. 5 and 14, block C 1.
Lots Nos. 5 and 6, block 6.
Part of wharf lots number 27 and 28, being
thirty-seven and a half feet north westwardly
from a point 1871 feet N. W. from Cherry street;
and part of lots 14 and 15, being thirty-seven and
a half feet north westwardly from a point one
hundred and eighty-seven and a half feet north
west from Leslie street. Six and one-fourth
acres, being part of a fifty acre lot conveyed in
part by this Decree to D. K. Dodge and others,
the said six and one fourth acres having a line
three hundred and sixty-eight 95-100 feet front
on Locust street, by seven hundred and thirty.
seven 90-100 feet deep.
Also, seven undivided eighth partsof Share G.
containing lots Nos. 9 and 12, block G 1.
Lots Nos. 9 and 12, block G 2.
Lot No. 2, block G 2, and lots Nos. 1, 2 and
5, block 29.
Part of wharf lot No. 28, being thirty-seven and
a half feet along the River from a point north west-
vardly two hundred and twenty-five feet north
westwardly from Cherry street, and part of wharf
ot No. 15, being thirty-seven and a half feet on
he River, north westwardly from a point two
hundred and twenty-five feet north westwardly
from Leslie street; and also six and one fourth
acres of land, being part of a fifty acre lot, and
having a line of three hundred and sixty-eight
fet 95-100 on Locust street, by seven hundred
nd thirty-seven 90-100 feet deep.
Terms of sale, Cash.
WILLIAM VALLEAU,
Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, Feb. 2, 1846. 6-ts


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PATENT -17
SIX BARREL SELF-REVOL-
VINE AND REPEATING
PISTOLS,


I Joseph Schrotd,
DEALER IN FANCY HARDWARE, FINE
CUTLERY, PERFUMERY, &c. kc.
Corner Water and Chestnut sts.
Apalachicola, Florida.
Fine Pen and Pocket Knives, Razors,
Fine Scissors, Chapman's Razor Strops,
Elegant Port Folios, for ladies,
Steel Pens and Pen Holders,
Fine Gold Diamond Point Pens,
Red, Black, and Indelible Ink, Patent Inkstands,
Fine Letter Paper, fine Gold and Silver Pencils,
Fancy Soaps, Genuine German Cologne,
Fine Perfumes for Handkerchiefs, Bear's Oil,
Toilet Mirrols, fine Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Dressing and fine Tooth Combs,
Gents. Suspenders, Silk and-Fancy Purses,
Morocco Pocket Books,
Ladies' Fine Feather Fans, Feather Dusters,
Violins and Violin Strings, Tweezers,
Key Rings, Sewing and Knitting Needles.
Astral Lamps, new style,
Gothic Camphine Lamps; Side Lamps,
Camphine Spirits, in any quantity,
DOUBE-BARRELLED GUNS and RIFLES.
Also-A general assortment of STATIONERY,
&c. &c. for sale cheap for cash.
Apalachicola, Oct. 18, 1845. 42-3m


BEING about to close their present business,
the subscribers now offer for sale their large
and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, &e., at greatly reduced prices for
cash only.
COATS:
Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coals;
Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do.
Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do.
Tweed cassimere sack and frock do.
Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do.
PANTS "
Blue and bl'k cloth Pants;
Super bl'k doe skin cass. Pants;
Plain stripe and fig'd do. do;
Sattinett and Tweed do. do;
Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do;
VESTS:
Plain black satin Vests;
Fig'd do. do. do;
Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests;
-ALSO-
White linen and muslin shirts;
Figured do. do. do.
Merino shirts and drawers;
Silk and cotton shirts and drawers;
Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats,
and Scarfs;
Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton j Hose;
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and
Caps; also, a very large assortment of Boots
and Shoes, &c. MILLER & Co.


Western Circuit of the State of
Florida.
IN FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT.
Henry D. Darden, Assumpsit by attachment.
Plaintiff. | Sum demanded,
vs. $811,589 12.
Daniel McDougald, | Bond filed in $24,000.
Defendant. J
T HE defendant and all others interested will
_t take notice that this suit was commenced
by attachment issued 15th March, 1845,.from
Franklin Superior Court in the Apalachicola
District of the Territory of Florida, returnable
to May Term, 1845, of said Court-that the said
writ hath by operation of law, been transferred to
Franklin Circuit Court in-the Western Circuit of
the State of Florida, that a declaration hath been
filed in said cause-by leave of the Court at the
present Fall Term, 1845, and that the defendant
is hereby notified that he is required to appear
and plead to the declaration filed in said case ac-
cording to law. W. G. M. DAVIS,
THOMAS H. HAGNER,
Attorneys of Plaintiff.
Dated Dec. 19, 1845. 51-3m


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FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil-
ious and nervous Headache, Constipation,
Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
Tarrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
in a few days-no confine-
ment or restriction in diet,
is necessary. It will be
found invaluable, being pre-
pared with the greatest
possible care, upon well
tested principles, funded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
.I that a combination of sim-
ilar remedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable effect, than any equiva-
lent dose of any single one.' In many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely applica-
tion. For sale by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


In Circuit Court for Jackson Co,
Frances Beatty,)
vs. ). BILL FOR DIVORCE.
James Beatty. )
Tr HE defendant will take notice that I have
filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court,
interrogatories to be proposed to John Durham,
John P. Mayo, Darling Stewart and John Stew-
art, and that on the second Saturday in February
next, I shall proceed to take the depositions of
said witnesses, at the Court House in the town
of Marianna. A. H. BUSH, Plff's Att'y.
Mananna, Dec. 30, 1845.


Paints, Oils, and Glass.
GIBSON & CLAPP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine, Window
Glass, &c.,
Will keep constantly on hand a good assort-
ment of MIXED PAINTS of All colors, for Steam
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together with
a variety of articles in the painting line, too nu-
merous to mention.
House, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting, and
Glazing, done with neatness ,and despatch, at
moderate prices, for cash.
22 Water street, Apalachicola.
Jan. 10, 184.5.
Perfumery.
COLOGNE, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex-
.. tracts, Violeta, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal,
&c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Roses, &c.
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN.
0- WHEN the body is subject to many chang-
es, it requires medicine. Sudden changes from
very hot, to chilly weather, are unfavorable to
health ; and it is a fact universally admitted, that
heat and moisture are powerful agents in produ-
cing disease, and that, constant dry and constant
wet weather are both favorable to its generation;
t does not signify what we call it: it may be ague;
may be bilious fever; it may be yellow fever;
it may be dysentery; it may be rheumatism; it
may be bronchitis; it may be cholic; it may be
constipation of. the bowels; it may be inflamma-
tion of the bowels; it may be inflammation of the
stomach; it may be a nervous affection ; but still
it is disease, and a disease curable by the BRAN-
DRETH PILLS, because they remove all impu.
rities from the body, all that can in any manner
feed the further progress of the malady; no matter
how called ; thus these pills are not only the most
proper madidine, but generally the only medicine
that need or ought to be used.
Jan 24 For sale by J. C. ALLEN.
50\ BBLS. Pilot Bread; 50 kegs Butter Crack-
50 ers, Soda and Wine Biscuit, for sale by
DODGE & PRATT,
Nov 22 40 Water street.
For Sale
2 I-IIIHDS. New Orleans Sugar, by
5-J MYERS & MITCHEL,
I -Nov 15. 36 Water st.


AT CHAMBERS, DEc. 5, 1845.
Franklin Circuit Court, Florida.
Fall Term.
IN CHANCERY.
John Gorrie, On bill to foreclose
vs. mortgage on certain
Lewis P. Moseley, and property, to wit: Lots
his wife Ann Mose- No. 9 and 2. in Block
ley, formerly Ann No. one, in the City of
Gillespie. j Apalachicola.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the above named defendants, Lewis P.
Moseley and his wife Ann Moseley, formerly Ann
Gillespie, reside beyond the limits of said State,
but residents of the United States, to wit, the
State of Alabama. It is therefore ordered, That
the said defendants be required to appear and an-
swer the said Bill of Complaint, on or before the
sixth day of April next, orin default thereof, that
the same be taken as confessed against them.
.And it -s further ordered, That a copy of this
order be published in the Commercial Advertiser,
a newspaper published in the city of Apalachico-
la, for Fbur months successively.
(Copy--Teste.)
WILLIAM VALLEAU,
December 13, 1845. 50-4m Clerk.


J. C. Coleman,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
JVbrth Store, Simmans' Building, Commerce-st.
TAKES this method of informing
his friends and the public gener-
J ally, that he has jtist received
j ^ from New York, per late arri-
vals, his Fall and Winter Fash-
ions, and is prepared to do all
work in his line of business in the
latest and most improved style.
Every article of Clothing made'to
- r order, with readiness and des-
patch ; and on terms that cannot fail to suit custo-
mers. He has also just received an assortment
of Fall and Winter Ready-made Clothing--con-
sisting of Coats, Pants, Vests, Cotton and Wollen
Shirts, ditto ditto Drawers-and every article of
wearing apparel necessary to comfort-which will
be sold on the most reasonable terms.
Thankfiui for the evry liberal patronage he has
heretofore received, from the public, he is deter-
mined by strict attention to business, and a de-
sire to please his customers, to merit its contin-
uance.
Apalachicola, Oct. 14, 1845. 41-3m


Franklin Superior Court.
William Wright, I
vs. W Attachment for $5000.
Daniel McDougald.
T HE Defendant and other persons interested
are hereby notified of the institution of the
above suit, and are required to plead accordingly.
GEO. S. HAWKINS,
J. C. SMITH,
Att'vs for Plaintiff.
Apalachicola, March 19, 1845. 49-4m


Cabinet Work Shop.
a ii THE subscriber is now in readiness
to manufacture new, or repair old,
Furniture, with promptness and de-
spatch, and solicits the patronage-of his old (pay.
ing) customers, and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new ones.
PETER HOBART.
8U Shop in third story of Brick Building), cor-
ner.Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
HEALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT. 1
This preparation is universally allowed to be
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartburn, habitual Costivenesq, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article ; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; I hey will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


George S. Hawkins, '1
A. G.eSemmes, Attachment, Franklin
S. Circuit Court, Damages
John T. Smith. J
T HE defendant is hereby notified of the insti.
1L tution of the above suit by attachment; re-
turnable to the Spring Term, 1846, of said Court,
at which time he is required to appear and plead.
A. G. SEMMES, ,Aty for plffi,
Jan. 2, 1846. 1-tf


T HE above House, for many years known as
the ,' Merchants' and Planters' Exchange,"
has, at considerable labor and expense, been fitted
up in a convenient style, for the purpose of ren-
dering all comfortable who may favor it with
their patronage. Choice WINES and LIQUORS
will always be served out to, those who are so
unfortunate as yet to be without the pale of the
Tetotal Abstinence Society," and who believe
with the poet,
That Heaven in kindness gave the grape
To cheer both great and small;
That little fools will drink too much,
But great ones not at all.
It is not well, in a general sense, to puff"
one's own things, yet there is one thing every man
may puff as much as he chooses without incur-
ring the charge of vanity-and that one thing may
always be had at Sans Souci, in the form of a
CIGAR of best brand and most delicious flavor,
the effect of which is notoriously potent in dri-
ving dull care away."
For the lovers of good things in general, and
fine, fat, juicy "bivalves," in particular, there is
attached to this establishment a commodious
OYSTER SALOON, where gentlemen may enjoy,
entirely apart from the bar-room, a 1 e dish of chat"
and a plate of Oysters, with delectable accom-
paniments, undisturbed by loud, talking and an-
noying sounds. To this Saloon there is a private
entrance by gate, for the accommodation of such
as prefer to avoid bar-rooms. In addition to
Oysters, refreshments of any kind'maybe had at
all reasonable hours, at short notice, served in
the best style. Smoking not allowed in the
Oyster Saloon.
For those who like to indulge in a pleasing,
scientific, and intellectual game, the BILLIARD
ROOM is always open, and the fixtures kept in
good order.
HOT LUNCH every day at 11 o'clock; Oyster
-Soup, Turtle Soup,-when to be had,-Stekas,
Chops, Stews, Frys, &c. &c. &c. For further
particulars" call at any time and take a sample
of what the subscriber offers.
Nov 5, 1845. R. E. RAIMOND.
Twenty Dollars Reward.
FOR the apprehension of the boy HENRY,
. who absented himself.from this city, on Sat-
urday last, without leave. He is about 50 years
old, six feet high, bullet-headed, and -bald on top
of his head, with an ancient cut over the left eye,
which, with an impediment in his speech, gives
him, when he attempts to speak, a curious. ex-
pression, worthy the study of a Lavater. The
above reward will be given for his apprehension
and delivery in this place, and all reasonable ex-
penses paid. JOHN JENKINS.
Apalachicola, Jan 17, 1846. ,. 3-tf


,'- KEGS WHITE LEAD, now landing
100J from ship Edwina, and for sale by
jan17 3 B S. HAWLEY.


SWmiitttratar^ -otftcs.
N OTICE-Six months after date the under-
signed will apply to the Judge of Probate
for the county of Jackson, for a final settlement
of the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said
county, and a discharge from the office of Exec-
utrix of the last will and testament of said de-
ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN,
December 20, 1845. Executrix.
NTOTICE-The undersigned having recently
iN qualified as administrator on the estate of
Henry Josey, late of Jackson county deceased,
requests all persons who are indebted to said es-
tate to come forward and make immediate pay-
ment; and those to whom said estate is indebted
to present their claims within the time prescribed
by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT,
Marianna, Nov. 4, 1845. [6m] Adm'r.


Notice.
ALL persons indebted to" the late firm of Ham-
ilton & Co or S. B. Hamilton, are reques-

ted to call up and settle before t lhe 1st February,
1846, when their accounts will be placed in other
hands for collection. WM. HONE, Ag't,
Dec. 27. 47 Water st.


P AINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White
Lead; 200 galls Winter Lamp Oil; 300 galls
Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass;,500 Ibs Put-
ty ; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Gieen Paint, juast
received and for sale by
Dee 6 B. S. HAWLEY.


To Printers.,
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE. :
T HE subscribers have opened a new"Type
-..F,.undry in the city of New York, where
they are ready to supply'orders-to any'extent, for
any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases,
Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, ne-
cessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand
materials.
The Type which are cut in imitation of the
English letters, are cast in new.Moulds, from an
entikely new set of Matrixes with deep counters,
are warranted to be unsnipassed by any, and will
be sold to suit the tine-;. All the type furnished
by us is 1 hand cast." The types from any foun-
dry can be matched at this establishment.
Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Engines
of the most approved patterns.
- Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
:COCKROFT & OVEREND,
Dec. 13, 1845. ly 6S Ann-st., New-York.
Boot and Shoes.

B"OYS' -ind Men's Russet Brogans,
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans,'
Gents fine-Calf Brogans, .
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes,'
Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots,
Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots,
A large and eNfenive ass,,rtmer, t.just received,
and for sale by \VM. (3. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street,
On Consignment,
"]nn[ BOXES New Bedford Sperm Candles,
jL.00J for sale low for Cash, by
WM. T. WOOD,,
Nov 29 42 Watei street.
ENT"'S black, blue and red Ink. Alsu, copy
K.Jng Ink, for ?ale byV
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN.


N OTICE-The undersigned having recently
qualified as administrator on the estate of
Carey W. Josey, late. of Jackson county deceased,
requests all persons who are indebted to said es-
tate to come forward and make immediate pay-
ment; tand those to whom said estate is indebted
to present their claims within the time prescribed
by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT,
Marianna, Nov. 4, 1845. [6m] Adm'r.


To Pr'imlers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND' PRINTERS' FUR-
N(,HING WAREHOUSE.
TnHE subscribers have opened a. new TYPE
J_ FoUNDRY in the City of New York, where
they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for
any kind of, job or fanpy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases,
Galleys, Brass Rule,* Steel Column do. Compos-
ing Sticks, Chases,. and every article necessary
for a Printing Offi.e.
The Type, which. are cast in new moulds, from
an entirely new set of matrixes with deep coun-
tets, art- w-iratd' too be unsurpassed by any, and
will be sold at prices to suit the times.
Printing Pr.-:e--s furnished, and also Steam
Enginesof the inost approved-patterns.
Comppsitior Rollers cast for Printers.
A MachiniA constantly in attead,)ce to repair
Presses and do-light work.
Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three
times as. much type as their bills amount to, may
give-the above six months' insertion in their pa-
pers, and send: their papers, containing it to the
subscribers. I
COCKROFT & OVEREND, 68 Ann st.
New York, Aug. 6, 1845, 34-66n


NOTICE.-Six months after date, I will ap-
ply to the Probate Court of Franklin coun-
ty for a final discharge from the administration of
the estate ,of Joseph C. Burdsall.
ELLWOOD BURDSALL.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1, 1845.


Drugs, -Tledicines, &c.
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
cines, &c. consisting in part of the follow-
ing articles:-50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and hf
pts;- 5 bxs Houck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil;
40 kegs. Epsomi Salts; 10 bbis Copperas; 10 lbs
Gum Opium; 20 Ibs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London Mustard; Herbs-of all 'ind-s; 20 lbs,
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup ;
10 kegs Pearlash ; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda.
Powders.; 20 lbs English Calomel; 20 d6z Spts
Turpentine, and a general assortment of all arti-
cles in the Drug line, for Country Merchants,
Planters and Pl.vsician-s. For sale by
Dec 6 1 B. S. HAWLEY.


Iron, Nails, &e.
00 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
.,J 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,
20 Blacksmith Sleel Faced Anvilp,' "
20 English and American Vise,
20 Bellows,
12 dozen Spades and Shovels, ,
10 "1 Collin's Axes,
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cardsg
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws,
1000 lbs Cast and- German Steel, tor sale by
.N v 29 WM. G. PORTER & Co.
41 Waterstreet.


A Card,
W ISHING to close our business in this place,
we are prepared to sell our extensive stock
of DRY, GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at
unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance
Merchants and others visiting this city, will find
it to their interest to examine our stock before
making their purchases.
J. STEVENSON & CO.
Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1846 jan17 3-tf


A GOOD, assortment of Cutlery, RazOI;Strdp,.
Pocket Books, Hair, Tooth and CIqtA Brash-
es, for sale by
Doe, 5B. S. H


B URLAPS.-1500 yards, sllitable for corn or
groundpeas, for sale low by
Dee 6 J. DAY & Co.


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NEW SERIES
OF ,THIt
CONG-RrmSSOrTAL G LOBE AND APFEK-TDr
T)V:P STEREOTYPED.
THE imn l .ri,, 1 originated the mode of jo
naliz'i g tl.e proceedings of Congress, which p
sented them entire. Their publication was
first and only one that gave each successive s
in every measure in both branches of Congre
a brief of all the debates; every important vo
and an Appendix, including at full ]ength
the revised speeches delivered during the sessi
The work thus conducted by them is a most p
,ect political history. The Senators from t
States and the Repros,-_-,nialives from every sect
of the Union hrng with them into Congres
ko'wled'e of the f siii, sentiments, and
tere-tl:3 of their several -constiiuenc.?s. Pub
opinion and the public, information, as it exi
among those they represent, are embodied
them; and in the crucible of Congress the w
.domrof;'bur times is brought to its test, and
there concentrated, in directing the politi,
movements of the whole country. The impul.
thus given through Conrir,-" from every quar
react upon the nation as a whole, and all'its co
ponent parts axe made to move in co-perzti<
The press cannot be more usefully employeat h
in condin-ir,...- and again spreading abroad the i
telligence of our free country, tending to su
happy results through our most miraculously a
justed State arid Nitionnl i,-ntiutio;n.
Having identified ourselves with the plan
ndvarcijr the usefulness of Congress by public
ing full and impartial reports, and having a lar
amass of the C,.i,:r.-in' Globe and Appendi
vi,,ied dr'inL: th, l ,t f 1.-n years, which would
impaired in value to us and utility to the publ
if the work lt,-re discontinued, we have a doub
motive to, prompt ,,q to e\txend it thioogh a n
:series. We arer,:.lved il'possible to give it pe
maieri.e. and to hand it down to successors as
-standard work, worthy of being maintained ar
improved., We shall enter upon our new under
taking -"'\ithh:,ii being distracted or burdened 1
:any associate labors of the press; and, thus u
ermcun-&htru.., shall hope to make the new seri
a step inadvance of the former in all points
execution. With a view to accomplish this, v
shall be (one or the other) always in attendant
in Corrres-;-'ill compare the manuscript
,our own reporters with the daily reports of tl
dity papers-correct all by our own observati(
and knowledge of tho I'rooer,*ii,,s; and in impo
rant matters where Iht htt ill not assure us oftl
'fidelity of the reports, we will procure the aid
the members themselves, to obtain the exa,
scope of their rrrin-kz. The work, thusauther
' ticated, will be stereotyped, which is a guaranty
Ihat we will make it as perfect as it is possib
'forr us to make it, as we could not incur the ex
pense of stereotyping it, if we did not feel conf
,dent of its superiority over all works of the kin
which have been or are likely to be published.-
,Stereotypin- the work will enable us to supply
lost or mutilated numbers, which we will dc
without any charge for them.
The Congressional Globe is made up of th
,dally'proceedings of the two Houses of Congress
The speeches of the members are condensed, t
bring their into a readable length. All the resb
lutions offered, or motions made, are given, in th
mover's own Words; and the yeas and nays on al
the important questions. It is printed with small
type---brevier and nonpareil-on a double royal
sheet, in quarto form, each number containing
sixteen royal quarto pages.
The Appendix is made up of the President'
annual message, the reports of the principal offi

cers of the Government that accompany it, an(
*all the long speeches of members of Congress
-written out or revised by themselves. It is prin
ted in the same form as the Congressional Globe
arid usually makes about the same number o
pages.
:We print th.: numbers as fast as the proceed
ings of Congress furnish enough matter for a num
ber. During the first month or six weeks of z
Session, there is rarely more business done thar
will make one number of the Congressional Globf
and one number of the Appendix a week; bu
,during the remainder of a session there is usually
sufficient matter for two or three numbers of each
every week. The next session will be a lona
one, and it is supposed will be unusually inter
testing; therefore, we calculate that the Congres
signal Globe and Appendix will make near one
thousand large quarto peges, printed in small
type-brevier and nonpareil. We furnish com-
,]ele indexes to both at the end of a session.
We have on hand the Congressional Globe and
Appendix for the last twelve sessions of Con-
gress, of which five were long and seven were
short sessions. The Congressional Globe and Ap
pendix for each session are bound together in ex-
t!ellent binding, with Russia backs and corners.
Our prices for them, thus bound together, are ,9
a volume for a short, and 5 a volume for a 1ong
session, making ^-16 for a full set. Those whlt
want the back volumes should apply for them
immediately, as they are in demand. T]he last
Congress subscribed for two hundred and twenty-
six sets; and it is probable that the next will
subscribe for at least as many more, as the pro.
ceedings of Congress for the last eight years can.
not be procured from any othcir source, Gale~s &
Seafton baying stopped printing their Register of
Debates in 1837. A few hundred copie. of the
first volume is all we have on Iha'iit
SThe next session of C.,nzrs-^ will be a long
one, and, therefore, the Congressional Gl,-.be andl
Appendix should be .-s.2 for the sessioti, -Which is
(lhe price we charges for the unbound numbers of
the past long sessions, but we have concluded to
reduceg the price, as follows, until the first day of
next January, after which time the Congressional
Globe and Appendix Will each be ,j^ for the ses-
sion,land the deduction will be made on account
of thie number of copies tiken.
For one copy of the Congressional Globe. .$1 50
For one copy of the Appeiidi ............. 1 50
For four copies of either, or part of both.. .5 00


For twenty-five copies of either, or part of
both .......... .. .. .. ...... .. 5 00
The money may be remitted by mail at our
risk. ItshouldJb.s i',cr. by the 1st of January, at
farthiest, to procure all the numbers promptly.
Proprietors ,-f ir-x.v-i-jp,_-r, who copy this Pros-
pectus, and send to us one copv of their paper
containing it, shall have their names entered on
our books for one copy of the Congressional
Globe and Appendix during the session.
Our prices for these papers are so low that We
cannot affbrd to credit them out; th-rM'.rr, no,
person heed consumn his time in writing for them
and not sending the money.
BLAIR & RIVES.
WASHINGTONi CITY, Dec. 1,, 1845r
Oil Cloghs and Carpefs.
1 PCS 01l Cloth, 1, 2 and .3 yards wide,
18 3 pCs super Ingrain Carpeting,'
3. Cotton '
2 Straw ',
6 Cotton Druzz,t. 1, 6 and 8 qrs. wide.
For sale by \V. G. PORTER, & Co,....
Nov 29 41 Water street, .
.i HHDS. St. Croix Sugar,
-10 20 do. New'Orleans Sugar, to arrive,
100-sacks Rio Coffee ; 50 do.Java,
4 cases Hyson Tea,
40.bxs Aromatic Tobacoo,
"50' Mctf'f. do. Brown'sand.Labby's,
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bh\, brown Soap,-
100 bags Shot ; 50 kegs Powder,
2000.lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil,
200 ke-"s White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by W.G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 09 41 Water street.

Battgging- and Hope..,
PIECES heavy Kentucty B'iha;ng,
100 200 coili Kentucky Rope, landing and
for sale by J, DAY & Co
Novy9r 52 Water st.


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L UMBER.--7,000 feet White Poinne, for sale
by D. B. WOOD & Co.
January 10, 1846.


-_I-I I-n


Blank Books and Stationery.
L EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Just received and for sale by
janI.7 3 B S HAWLEY.


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Removal.
M ILLER & CO. have removed their stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing, &c., from the corner
Of Water and Chestnut streets, to the store on
Water street, formerly occupied by S. B. Hamil-
ton, where they will constantly keep on hand a
large assortment of READY MADE CLOTH-
ING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c. &c.
:Oct. 25, 1845. 43-tf


nafsggins; and Hope.
O PCS. Ku-ntlck B'rj( ini..
0 JO o.,ils R.,pe'; 31-1 p1c- HessianF.
4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: February 14, 1846
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTIO, ET NOSTRA PATRIA. .

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VOLUME IV.] \Stt,t APALACHICOLA. -- '
,). SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1846. i [NUMBER 7. .
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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, I )Ju fnr S&fmtorg.? IDrofcaaional( Xottctn.M. -' Florida. Contested Election. 1! ;majority;; to wit, the majority of 200, of-said | why the-papers- now offered, ? in f-m evidence- t .

PUBLISHED EVER SATURDAY. I lawful returns in his favor. should not operate to divest me-of
STATEMENT OF E. C. CABELL, a right
Third Story: Baltzell's Buildin??, corner of T. II. & C. If. Austin, SYDNEY GREEN M. D. SUBMITTED TO THE COMMITTEE ON CONTFSTKD: The undersigned denies the assertion, which 1 claim by the authority of Florida

()ffiet, and Chestnut streets.-Entrance. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ELECTIONS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES that "said Secretary of State counted, as in and the authority of the Slate I have the "

commerCe next door \V es.of. the Post Office. Water Street, (QC5- May be found at his residence, corner of OF THE: UNITED STATES. his favor certain supposed votes, of which honor to represent.In .
Centre and streets the Mansion
High opposite
T. F. BOSWORTU & J. WY.MAN, _Apalachicola, Fa. House. Nov 9. To the Committee of Election of the thera The was no legal return in his office/ the first place I earnestly, but respectfully
undersigned is not informed of insist that the committee
tROPRIETORS.ur II. D. Darden House of Representatives of the U. States: any cannot enttr
\V. B. CRAWFORD & J. F. BOS WORTH, Dr. A. W. Chapman, GENTLEMEN : In compliance! with your evidence, upon which said memorialist relics upon an investigation of the contents and

KPTTOUS.- No. 2 Columbus Buildings, CCJ- Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley, resolution of yesterday, requesting the claimants to support any ground taken in his memorial merits of said: papers, or receive them in

._Dec. 20, 1845. Apalachicola. Fa. (entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the : to the seat in the House of Represen- except a paper therewith submitted, I evidence, withou, a departure from long es

I i ScBscairtioxs. TEItMS.Dollars per annum, Joel 'V. Perry, house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. tatives from the State of Florida to lay be- I I purporting to be a certificate of the Secretary i tablished precedents, a disregardof parliamentary

f'.variablv in advance. RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND January 10, 1846. 2-tf fore the committee, in writing, the groundsof : of State of Florida, and his remarkswill usages and a violation of Jaws

Cr >tion taken for a less! term than six COMMISSION MERCHANT, .1. B. Brown, their respecrivc claims to said'seat the therefore, be confined to that paper.In They are offered by Mr. Brockenbrough
,
Vs-Sd be for as
$2 wit! invariably charged No. the first
42 Water street, ATTORNEY AT LAW plpce, the unersigned objectsto evidence to sustain a claim adverse
m And no paper will be discontinueduntil Dec 20 undersigned begs leave to state, that the to my"rights
thstperiod.all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of Apalachicola, Fa. WILL practice in the District Courts of the groupds on which he claims and now holds said paper, because be has not bad notice I without even an allegation that notice

the proPrb0r3. j. II. & j. ire. Hull, States, and the State Courts of the said $eat are, that he has been duly elect- that such certificate would be applied for, has been given of his intention to apply for

D !! :(? .- square: (twelve lines FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western ed by the qualified electors of the State of or offered in evidence, and because it is not them, or to produce them on the trial of

.tlr le:*<) conspicuously inserted at the followingrates No. 48 Water Circuit. Florida to be the Representative of theSti duly authenticated, so as to make it admissible our respective rights.! I will not iosult iba

: street, Office in Tallahassee. Florid.1 in evidence, either by the laws of the learning and intelligence of the
in the 29th
001;] One mouth.... : $2GO Nov. I, lS4j.. : ArALAcmcoLA, FA. January_ 10,1S4G. 2-3m I United States Congress oft the United Slates or by the laws-of Florida ; by referring them to authority cntnmirrrv to'
the
constitutionand
-- --- according
sustain
2tmI"ht-.7; (){)!I Three wcks.2 00 and
evidence has
David G. II. E. Owens, laws of said State and no been submitted of the this objection. Were these
Itaiicy
00 Ty..o.Vt. >e s.1 50 that he has received papers deposi
Thr Two el1\ntl'.s.a months! .4 OOl,|! One insertion.1 00 ,COMMISSION&FORWA R DING MERCHANT ATTORNEY/AT LAW a commission from his excelleny truth of the facts set forth in said supposed tions, the committee would not' htsitare, to

Advertisements bavins tite number of inQ er- AND DEALER IX GOODS, NEWTON, Dale County, Ala. Wm. D. Moseley, Governor of the State of certificate; and because it is an extraofficialact reject them, if offered in evidence without

Lions prescribed: by law, are subject to exceptionfrom No. 43 Water street. January 10, 181G. 2-tf Florida, to be such representative.In of said Secretary of State. (See 1, acts notice. But, as they are the certificate of

the above rates. _Nov 0. :ly i Apalachicola ] evidence of which the undersignedbegs General Assembly, chap. I, sec. 4.) an officer of the Guvernmeut, it is contended

To tho
count will be made; but all advertisements not Samuel ScIiifTcr. W. G. M. Davis, per to be authentic and true and that it By whatever name called.
they
WHOLESALE presented committee. which said are the
AND RETAIL GROCER
strictly pertainin? to their own business, as ATTORNEY AT LAW, tp your supports the construction sought to be evidence, and the
only evidence
err: Particular attention commission is in form affixed on which
advertisements sent in by them paid to putting up family. legal having
well as aU leal at the usual rates. steamboat: and ship stores. CCJ-: Office in Floyd's new Building, oppositethe thereto the broad seal of the State of Florida placed upon it by the memorialist, who insists Mr. Brockenbrough relies to maintain his

wiU be charged 1'0.49 Water street, Mansion House. Dec l.'l: 1845. and that no other returns are legal than claim. And the principle has been
attested the
duly by Secretary of long
'3.: Letters may be addressed to cither the ediioT dec O Apalachicola Fla.Francis those of the judges probate, it is in direct established and acted
said State upon by
proprietors, and must be TOST PAID to insure A. G. Scmmcs, of Florida.It every committee -
\ or I contradiction to the certificate of the said of in
attention. Kopinau, I ATTORNEY AT LAW. is under and by virtue of this commis- Congress cases of contested
Secretary of State, made to the Governor of elections that 10 evidence
taken
---- -- - -- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 03- Office, JVb. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building, sion from the Governor of his State that tb"?- rxparte and
Florida and
Susfncss Bfccctorg. ; SHOES, DRY GOODS.CLOTHING, HATS,&c. cor. Centre & Commerce streets. undersigned claims the right to represent the recited in the commission issued -. without" notice, will, on the bearing: be rojpcted. -
to and the undersigned .
--- Cluapfor Cash, !nov5:; Apalachicola, Fla. the people of Florida in the present Congress undersigned ;
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---- octl Chp tntJt.Street, Apalachicola, Fla.. n respectfully submits, whether he With all due deference to those
U. F. Nourse, H. I> Stone, II. \V.Brooks. J. Law, of the United States. wbo
shall in wise be damnified the make this
any by con- distinction I submit
Nourse, Stone & Co., .T. C. Allen, ATTORNEY AT LAW The authority by which the undersigned tradictory statements of the officer whether
same at greater authority should not be
claims this is he snbstaiVt'uilly given to the
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in right ,
COMMISSION\ MERCHANTS Decatur Co. Ga. presumes.
Bainbridge, ( ) least till satifactory evidence be offered to deposition of
DRUGS, MEDICINES the a competent witness! ,
: PAINTS OILS, same with that which entitles the' sworn to
No. -10 Water street, GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c. Uz-: Will attend punctually the Superior Courts honorable members of this committee and this! committee which statement is true, and tell the truth and the whole truth, than to

MYl Apalachicola, Fla. also, of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of the i issue found against the undersigned.The the simple certificate of an isolated
other
members of the House fact
Jl general awrtment the South Western, and of the Thomas of Represen- by
of county memorialist insists that officer of
Benjamin Salter, tatives, to their respective consti- no returns an. government. who i is not even
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, dre., &c. of the SouthernCircuit. mav3 represent the
are of the
COMMISSION: MERCHANT 10.43 cur. of Centre &; Commerce street, tuents in the halls of Congress. legal except returns Judges asKea to communicate the entire truth, but

:\ Water street-Uj!) stair nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. John Bilbo, The undersigned insists that no legal or Probate. The Secretary certifies that only such particular facts as the attention of

Dec. 1, 1S15.' Apalachicola, Fla. ATTORNEY AT LAW the memorialist has a majority of these te- the officer is specially directed to
sufficient notice has been given of the intention and
P. Hobart>> ALBANY, G...... turns. He before certified to the Governor which may suit the purpose, and effect
JEREMIAH DAY. DAXIEI. J. DAJ. \. MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN WILL practice in the several Courts of the of the memorialist to contest his right of Florida that the undersigned had a object of, the party asking and the
CABINET FURNITURE. to a seat in Congress. The laws of Con obtaining
Day & Co., 'Vest ern Circuit, and Thomas and : majority of legal votes, as appeared by the the certificate. Yet it H
$3-:: No. 44 Water street-Up stairs, Stewait counties gress are silent on the subject of notice, contended that
COMMISSION MERCHANTS: novlfi Apalachicola, Fla. I legal returns. Admitting the constructionof this latter species of evidence, taken
Au-;. :5,1815.': 31-tf and the practice of the Committees on rr

No. 32 Water street, Lockliart V Young -- -_---_ -_--- ---- .----- Elections, and of Congress: has been, to be law contended for by the memorialist, he park, and partial: in its result, should be received -

Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fa. COMMISSION and FORWARDING .Advances.Subscriber : controlled by the State laws; in this regard.If involves his own witness in the predicamentof !. and held conclusive, when the former
making two certificates, one to the would be .
.\t for the JEtna Insurance Co. rejected.In
(03-: -n, Agents MERCHANTS the committee to the
the Hart- ? continue to mak advances on propose respect Governor that the received the the
and of
Insurance Co. THE undersigned Michael
Protection case
the Leih
No. :.03 Water strf>et9no.O consigned to their friends at Liverpool election laws of the State Florida in this ((9 Conjr
ford Instance Co. Hartford Conn. majority. of legal votes as appeared by the U. S.) it is said, that the
: Fla.
Apalachicola, petition should
Havre,New York and Boston, particular, in their investigation of the
Ls. Fred. E. Du-a;; D. B. WOOD & Co. Florida election, they will find that the legal returns in his office, and another to the state, &c., the grounds of contest with such
W'I.V.. SIMS. 'V I.V. CHEUVER.
FACTOR AND COMMISSIONMERC Dec :r 20!> Water street. notice given to the undersigned by Wm. H. memorialist that lie received a majority of certainty as to give reasonable notice to the

114 ,? Sims & Cheevcr, such votes. If he made a mistake in the sitting member; and no evidence of
fact
No. 2 ColumV .otk, COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, Advances to New Orlcaiss. Brockenbrough, esq., of his intention to first certificate, of law or fact, it is admitted not averred in the petition shall be a

Dec r. 1S15.2 ; Apalachicola, Fa. (;;:::$- OiBce, No. 6 Columbus Buildings, LIBERAL Cash Advances made on consign contest the right of the undersigned to represent that it is proper to correct such mistakes.- ." No where is it averred in the received. -
Cotton other the of Florida in the 29th memorial -
or produce to New people
dec14 Apalachicola, Fla. I
But the mode by which he arrived at the or petition of Mr.
Harper & Holmes, Orleans. J. DAY & Co. Congress, is not at all in conformity with Brockenbrongh that

COMMISSION: : MERCHANTS, Cooke & Home, Dec t ft :;Water st. the laws of said State. The paper purporting conclusion upon which was based the first he received votes in the county of Hills-
certificate, or what mistake, if any, he committed borough, or at the precinct of
also COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Advami ces. to be a notice from said Brockenbroughto Key West

.II!{t'nt.lol I No. 13, St. Charles Street, undersigned will make liberal advances!' contest the right of the undersigned!: to a does not appear from thesecond,- &c.. not counted for him by the Secretary

. SUN MUTUVL INSURANCE. COMPANY, New-Orleans. THE Cutton consigned to his iriends in New seat in Congress was received on the even- cciificnte or by any other evidence before of State, and no notice has 'been given me
of the Cilif ofV'/ York York Boston and Providence. I the committee known to the undersigned. of his intention to offer to these
prove facts.
ANDREW S. COOKI:. AMO HORV. ing of the 19th day of November, the day
!\o.)1: Water ect, WM. T. WOOD, The undersigned insists that the mistake, if In the absence of
: F. feb S. _ _ preceding that on which the undersignedleft proper- specification and .
Nov, J IsI l roU. /\palachicola Nov 29 42 Water street. his home to any, be shown by proper and legal evidence; notice, which would have enabled: me to
Jas. F. Farrior, proceed Washington to j and that 'if other than lawful
returns
S. any produce rebutting evidence, 1
Advances.
Hawley, discharge the duties which had been delegated respectfully
GENERAL RKCEIVIXG. FORWARDING & were counted in favor of the undersigned, insist that the
WHOLESALE AND: RETAIL, COMMiSSION MERCHANT, THE subscribers! countinue. as heretofore, to to him by rhe people of his State.- committee cannot receive
;JDEALER IN MEDICINES PAINTS liberal the nature of such returns be shown to the the evidence offered
DKITflS. No. 9 Columbus Block advances on Cotton consignedto Said supposed notice is general, and by Mr. Brockenbrough,
OILS, GLASS, tc., &.c. nov9 Apalachicola, Fla. the address of their 'Iriends in Liverpool, New indefinite, and does not at all conform vague to the committee by proper evidence, that their or consider as proved the farts set forth in
cor. of Chestnut and Water street! York or Boston. C. ROGERS &. Co. legality may be determined upon by this the said certificates.
M. M. BUTT. of the Florida and
Drr( 7 ApalachicolaFa.Edward T. J. SANFORP. Oct. 25:;_47 Water street. requirements statutes, committee. In the mean time, the under. In the second place. I insist that the
--- --- Sanford tt Butt, does not sufficently inform the undersignedof com
Exchange.rpHE ; signed utterly denies that any mistake was mittee cannot receive evidence the
IcCuIly, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.No. the ground on which said Brocken- papers
COMMISSION MEIICHAN. VND DEALER 30 Water Street, : subscribers as Agents for the Bink": of brough contests the validity of the election made, or that any other than legal and pro.per marked 2.3, and 4, purporting to be certified
JL Brunswick,are prepared to pnrchaQe bills on returns, according to the laws of for of
copies returns from
f Fla.Avery certain
IX nitlOOD:5: AND J OCER1ES, dec14 Apalachicola, ,of the undersigned, and is in other ; counties and
1eYork, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or respects ida, were counted by said Secretary in his precincts, because said
No. 9} Columbus Miock, conformable the l laws Florida. See original returns are
not to
and check (
Charleston New
York
&: ones, on in sums to favor. He objects to the admissibility of and be
illegal
_Nov 29 Apalachicola, Fa. GROCERS & COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, suit purchasers. .> acts and resolutions of the Legislative said supposed certificate given to said me- the laws of cannot Florida. counted, according to

No. :SI Water street. Nov 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co. Council of Flourida, 1843 ; pamphlets,
,V In. G. Porter & Co. Dec 13 Ap.ilacliicoln; Fa. -------- 11 and 10. morialist t, and with these remarks upon its By the law of Florida the Secretary of
T UMBER INSPECTOR.-The under hnerli pages ) effect, ff admitted, the undersigned submitshis State is
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION required to canvas and count the
i-Jn the absence of such notice the
MERCHANTS.No. W. A. & P. C. Kain, i _Ll having been appointed Inspector of Lumber legal case to the committee.The -returns made to him at the expiration of
41 Water Street. for the County of Franklin, oilers his services to undersigned insists, that the committee
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, undersigned further suggests, that thirty days after the election."
Acts of
.__Nov 29:_ Apalaohicola, Fa. Office, No.4 Columbus Build !ggo.Nov. the public in that capacity, and will attend to' all connot enter upm Investigation of the there is no other i issue,, according to parliamentary I General Assembly of Florida, 1845(
duties appertaining to said appoiAment. subject of his electiofff, and tbat the commission page
ISIS. Apalachujgla, Fa.
1. law before this
committee
36. From the
exceptthe ) Secretary's certificates it
Win. T. Wood, CORNELIUS GRADY.... of the Governor of Florida is conclusive .
COMMISSION MERCHANT, Wm. II. Kimbrouh, II. B. Kimbrough. March 22., 1845.;; ; and he protests against the further question. Who is duly elected, and en- appers that the returns, of which the said .

No. -12 Water, street, "III. II. KimbroniTli & Co., Fire and Marine Insurance.THE proceedings of the committee. titled to the seat ? The judgement of the .I papers maaked 2, 3. and 4, purport to be '

COMMISSION & FORWARDING "officers, to whom the right judging is copies, were received at this office after the
Apnlachicola. Fa. PELICAN MUTUAL INSURANCE The for the first time
Ntvr29. undersigned was
MERCHANTS. given by the laws of Florida, is conclusiveas expiration of said ,.
thirty days.
of the City of New York, advised by the memorial of Wm. H. Brock-
ALBERT DODGE. ChARLES PHATT. Office, No. 25 Water street-Upstairs, established at to who is entitled to the return. The question here arising is one of
having an Agency Apalachicola, enbrough, read in the House of Representatives great
Dodge & Pratt, Apalachicola, Fla. will be prepared to take Marine and Fire Risks of the The undersignEd: has found no case where importance involving the rights of the
flrjLiberal advances on cotton consigned to favorable grounds on there was but one return by the officer States of this Union
,SHIPPING &. COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, on terms. which proceed to proper and l the power of
their friends in New York Boston, Liverpool or on.Moiday dispossess
S CHARLES A. GREEX, Agent. ; in which the legality of the return, Congress to disregard an = State
No. 40 Water Street, Nov. 1 IS15. the which the express en-
Havre. right -
--- --- ._ ....- _.l..mbc .O'tIlce, No. 23 Water st., Apalachicola. peopleand apart from the question election, has been : : :tnent. The limits of this paper do not
:\"v.2:'J Apalachicola, Fa. Thomas Preston, s Nov 8. Gm.. \ J". Governor of Florida have conferred i inquired into. Whatever vitiates the election I justify a discussion of a subject of such ,
him and from deference the
3Ic It ay fc Ifartsltoriic, COMMISSION. AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT ,White Wine and Cider Vinegar upon ; to the committee I he deems a proper matter of inquiry vast magnitude. 1 shall content myself

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 7 IlLS and 3 Butts White Wine Vinegar; will-proceed.tlemorial to investigate mer- by the committee. His commission \is prima with a statement of the question which the
its of safd: ; and the claim of said
No. -10 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa. 3 bbls and 2 butts Cider Vinegar* ; facie evidence of his election, and can committee is called on to decide : Has the .

jfo J M845. Apalachicola Florida. OfficeNo.45, corner Water and Chestnut streets, .Lattery superior ariticle4jjow n board of brie Cayuga memorialist.rhe only be vacated by showing that he was not Congress of the United States the right 10
and will be landed in all ext week, and undersigned takes issue with said
---- ----- --- stairs.Entrance on Chestnut street. \ .
up duly elected ; and, in arriving at thai fact, declare the election laws of
D. B. Wood & Co., Oct. 25, 18-15. 6ra will bejlisposed of on the wharf, at Auction, if memorialist on each. and every point made he will refer the committee to numerous State- unwise. an independent .
impolitic, or inconvenient
Lriolxrtre/ieusljtpold\ : at fivate sale. in his said memorial to himselfthe
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -. reservcring
Roberts, Allen & Co., Jan 17 WOOD & Co. right to t the consideration cases, decided by Congress, where even mis- i In exercising the power granted by the
No. 29 Water street. protest against takes when shown the officers I Constitution
by returning of the United
, _Tto1, 1 S4r;. Apalachicola Fin.Thos. : MANUFACTURERS IN IRONCOPPER, Horse: and Buggy for Sa .c. ol,said!' ; memorial by the committee. States, of HideC7-
have been held not to defeat election of the
----- an bya ing election
--- ---- returns, :1f11fquJii6cti
BRASS, &c. VERY with firsj denies the
Bipdsomfe HghNBug
.
.Tlj assertion
-
.% t underscored positively! ..
L. fllitchcl, A majority of the"legal voters. ti of its members "
DEALERS IN and and ; sl/i own must not the
ALSO rate Harness! nearly new, a gentle unsuppifledby a Tow of evidence,
RECEIVING. FORWARDING, AND Hardware, Stove, Britannia and Japancd Wares, spirited Horse,,,for sale by that at the election for representative of the In conclusion, the undersigned assures House of Representatives respect the State j

COMMISSION MERCHANT, Iron, Steel, Nail: Spikes, Grate Bars, Jan 17 ",. .? ... \ OD &'0. of Florida held the 6th of the committee that he wishes the question laws and take them as the rule of its decision S
day
on .
1\0.37 Water street, Suar! Kettles and Mills, and other Jbr people of his election fully investigated. Jf it appear ?
Nov. 1, 1S15. Apalachicola, Fla. Salc'I.. October, A. D. 1845, the greatest: numberof II '
___ Castings! ;Ship Chandlery,&c. that he has not a majority of the votes Should the committee believe that it i is '
S Plate 14 20. X
Roofing by of the voters of the
votes
qualified
Fa legally
Myers & JVIitcIicl, _9t.2,1S45.: APALACHICOLA, 20.BOX: i'nt"L doBraziers' 1'd'Thfl'ettron '\ States of Florida was cast in favor of said of the' people of Florida, according the competent for Congress to disregard ;he
J. W. HAMMOND. : Nos itb2iJ '. '''., laws of his State, he desires not to be their. State law limiting the time in which the le-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS WILLIAM DICICEV. memorialist but insists that a large majorityof
\ and Sheething Copper, ; Representative. But he protests againstthe turns of an election may be made then :1
No. Water-street, Dickey & Hammond, and TinBivets said votes was for himself, as such repre- of the memorialist to avail himself the
Block Tin, Lead,iron attempt except to return made by the Judge of
_No1 1 15.:) Apalachicola Fa. SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS 'IRwket J\rs'!:\" ; &arThulp eon, sentative, and not for said memorialist. of a legal technicality to defeat the Probate of Hm borough on the
county
.Charles 1! Roger John Munn. Water-srleet t, Apalachicola, Fa. Nail Rods,"Tin Ware, wholesale and ret This the if undersigned notice would had been be preparedto of I popular will legally expressed. ground that the judges of probate are not

October IS, 1845 42tf 'tai prove, timely given With these remarks, the undersigned re- proper returning officers. The committee
Chas. Rogers & Co., RO ER4fIS, EN Co. the intention of the memorialist to contest
his the committee. has been
spectfully submits case to referred to the statutes of Florida
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, II. It. Taylor, his right to represent the people of Florida ; E. C. CABELL.
>OOKS AND STATIONERY reams Fool- bearing on this point. Should the committee .
Water street, COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT I3 butnbw< e undersigned is i\the! condition December 11th, 1S45. '
NOV.I,18t:;. Apalachicola. Fa. ; scap and Letter Paper, Blank and School : hold this exception not well taken
\tBeriembenoffSrifr House of
in wiri h
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Books, Bills Lading, &c. &c. for sale by any then I except (to the return
ALVA WYUE, WM. A.Wj'iie 1\IcKEnu No. 22 Water-street, Dec 6 B. S. HAWLEY. Representatives would be, if he had, on the To the Committee on Contested Elections of have been made by the purporting to
Apalachicola. his from his district. for the the Howe of Representatives of the United inspectors of election
eve of departure
& aicKenzic, .-'.(>.pt2..- .-ly-.-- .. -. -- Flavouring Waters. time received intimation that his States. at the precinct of Key West' on the groundthat
---- first
an
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Hodges, assortment just received, and for sale by inspectors of'precinct elections
Henry I AN seat would be contested, and has no other GENTLEMEN : Since the former statement are not
No. 42 Water :treet, 29 J. C. ALLE.N. ... Druggist. proper returning officers
COMMISSION ,
the
Se t. Fa. AUCTIONEER AND i evidence of his right than that afforded by made by me was! submitted to your committee according to .
1.1S45. Apalachicola. laws of Florida.
MERCHANT, COILS OF KENTUCKY ROPE ; 500 IDS the Governor's commission. as aforesaid.- the ground on which my right to represent f

Michael A. Myers, 22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa. 50 superior Bagging Twine. for sale by But the undersigned repeats, that he has the people of Florida in the present Rejecting ri! 'her the supposed returns
-- MYERS & MITCHEL, made by the Judge of Probate of Hills-
AUCTIONEER I of the United States has been
COMMISSION that decided of
AND P. W. CULLEN. little or no doubt a majority Congress
H. R. WOOD. Dec. 27 184!). 3G Water st.
borough
the
county, or .by inspectors
MERCHANT. the legal vojes cast at the I late election.for changed. The certificate of the Secretaryof supposed
No. 36. Water street, I Wood & Co., Received.I of the election at Key West hare
Just representative in Florida is i in his favor. State of the State of Florida. accompanying -

JEW. I. 18.1.5. Apalachicola.. AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION LARAE assortment of new Novels,from the But the undersigned supposes, this pointto the memorial of Mr. Brocken- a majority of the rotes according to .Mr.

!, D. BCGBEE. HARGROVE How AnD. MERCHANTS, A press of Harper and Brothers, &c. be yielded by the memorialistvas he has brougb, afforded the'cnfy evidence presented I. Brockenbrough's own showing, and by his
street *
No. 32, Water B. S. HAWLEY. own admission.
Jan 17 <
Bugbec & Howard, Apalachicola, Fa. .- given nonotice, of his intention to take any to. the committee in support of the allegations \,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING Nor. 1, 1845. For Sale. evidence upon it; and none not even ex of'the. memorial. That certificate Another exception which I take to the /:

MERCHANTS Liberal advances made on consignment third interest in BRICK STORE, No. parte evidence, accompanyingjthe memorial. has been withdrawn and the first position return of the inspectors of the election held
ONE ;
No. 7, Columbus Block, The strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors. Water street. Terms part cash and The undersigned confidently.'and positively assumed by Mr.B. abandoned. Other papers at Key West, and which according to the I.

-Nov. 1, le45. Apalachicoh, Fa. Sales at Store every Saturday. balance on long time.. Apply to C H AUSTIN. denies that at the expiration1hirty have. been submitted by Mr. B. to the decisions former committees of Congress, \,
H &
C. A. GREEK. C. H. Cow NERY Bagging Mid Rope. Apalachicola Jan. T 3, 1846 1-lm_ daysafter said election,.the greatest numJber committee, as evidence to sustain his claimto is fatal,is that said returjn is incomplete and'i i

Green PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAG- -. ofTotes, by.,the lawful r.eturIt: \ en in! the_ seat I now occupy in the House of defective, in this, that it is unaccompanied !

& Connery 1 00 GING; 50> Coils Rope ; Also,200 Florida, Tobacco Seed Seed.for sale at the office of Secretary: of '.Stalewas:.; in Representatives. .. '. by a poll list,"or list of roteis, as U required .,
COMMISSION Florida Tobacco ,
S MERCHANTS.No. sacks corn,, for sale by SUPERIOR Water Chestnut street. favor of said: *:tyiemorialist$ ," but affirms. and, At the request .of.tbc pmrnjttee, .! proceed by the laws: Florida. See Laws of Flor 1
No.: cor. .
28 Water street, BUGBEE & HOWARD Block., Dec 13. 50-2ra:45' THOMAS PRESTON. insists tbatj at the said period, 'there was, a as briefly ;as possible, to show pause ida, 1843, p. 7, !sec. 11, and 1'. 8, secs 6 1D '. I

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: ( <) I Florida. According to my I Mr. Cabell we have no regrets. Hels'cer-i I ng'so were embodied in a preamble; setting throughout the calendar, and we will be most r and the statesmen of the past Not I

: of the laws of Florida, and' tainly not one of those to whom office i is forth that Mr. Cabell had desired more happy to take it from the office, and recommend thought the Hero of the Hermitage, I

:: Congress no other evidence i bread and who are beggared without it.- I time,-that, he had expressed to the House I it-as we do now-to those who desire to furnish I he declared that it was **time that -he,

( ; ; legal, except such as had been : His talents and] enterprise will none the less the opinion that he could make good his their youth with moral and instructive reading, become little we sboaij

reasonable notice to my op : ensure his prosperity, than will his many claim to a seat,-and that.with more time, I adapted expressly to their tastes and understanding a Americanized. : and.o

I notice, it was not in my excellent qualities and ennobling virtues enlarge he could show the majority to be in his favor the low of stead of feeding the paupers and
*, at price $1
I : I could not delay my de- the circle of his numerous friends.- ;-for these reasons he proposed a con- per a-num. of England, feed our own : or else j in r.

I I home one day. without incur: He is equally ,fitted to grace and adorn the tinuance of the case, and to obtain it moveda oWe: have complied with the request of the short time, we should all rendered

arriving Washington too public halls or the walks of private life.- reconsideration. publishers of the CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE AND ourselves." b paa

: at the opening of Con- But for our poor, party-ridden, caucus-be- The yeas and nays \vere 'ordered and the APPENDIX," in publishing their prospectus. Will pers

I was not notified of the j juggled, clique-ruled, down-trodden Slate, vote was as follows : ayes 86, noes 92. Messrs. Blair & Rives have the goodness to comply FLORIDA CONTESTED ELECTION

Mr. B. proposed to con- it is most mortifying| that the infancy of her Mr. Hamlin of Me. rose with a seeming with and send from number From .Mr. R-e to Mr. W. H.WAsnmxoroN ff
to represent the people of my xistefnce should have commenced in the proposition to allow Mr. Cabell to prosecute the prefix, us one -

; ( knew not what pre sink of political intrigue and profligacy, to Vis claim before the Committee on Elec- of their valuable publication? I have learned, my dear William,,Dec.with 1,1345.

: e to defend my position. I which older bodies politic have been gradually lions The majority of the House'regarded grief uj
c- No.1, of the CONTINENT, Baltimore, dismayFor -
: Capitol of the Union to dis reduced by years of vicious rule byvicious such a proposition, after the occurrences of
received since which news so disastrous I seldom have
which had been was some weeks ago, time beard-
trust men. the day, as adding insult to injury. Mr.
we find it not the score of valuable That the Whigs have in Florida canted the i day
: ; me, without an opportunity WASHINGTON, January 24th 1846. Hatnlin was therefore received wilh a shout among our ,

of combatting' : or contesting the DEAR SIR: You will see from an-.account ofhe ridicule that for a moment staggered him. literary newspapers. Have the publishers unintentionally As our he feared.friend, Jemmy W-1, said,last mot

: '. Brockenbrough, or without : proceedings of'the House of Representatives, Mr. H. offered no proposition, but moved omitted to continue the exchange

of seeing or knowing which will appear in the Union of this evening, that Mr. Brockeubrough receive the oath of We hope so. The one we have on file looks That' the party, which once we deemed I faitJ11 a

which he based his claim. that the House has sustained the report of the office. rather ', and the annexation of a few more and true,

respectfully insist that, before Committee on Elections, declaring JMr. Brocktnoug It \vas administered by the Speaker, and lane Have basely deserted, and joined with the fog
Continents, four, would satisfy our claim,and
elected as :a member ol the Congress say And that now the ingrates lay the blame
this present upon
can act on case, they though the House was silent as tho oath: 101
: and entitled represent people more weight to the strength of
the production of the origi- was read, the majority of the members Ujt
Florida. "
? Give the whole blow.It .
: to the Secretary of State, seemed to regard the act as one of us or none..
I have not time now lo inform how this outrage --- -
thereof, for the purpose outrage upon the laws!! of our State you, this utter upon justice as* well as the people of Florida.Mr. OREGON AND TIE TARIFF. is base-it is shameful-to think that the ]

whether the said Secretary disregard of the will of her people, was accom Thompson of Miss. now ,rose with a Although the President and many-mem The bone and the 'sinewthe 'rani PCkj

with the requirements of the plished. This I shall reserve for an -address: proposition. The members would not allow bers of the Senate insist sustainingthe 'the'file'Should ,
; he lias not received and which I propose to publish to my constituents. : it to be read.A upon ,disdaining control,thus fly off of the track

which he ought to have re- The democrats themselves seem ashamed of motion was made to suspend the rules title of the United States to the wholeof And l leave us, who backed you, MINCS.ourrnV

the returns rejected by their own deed. Their majority is SIXTY-FIVE, and lost. Oregon, yet very few of them seem to But ors weakness, dear William, o'er to

ought not 'to have been and the majority in favor of gi'.illgIr..,B. the A motion was made to 'adjourn, and Mr. think it probable that. such a course will grieve, eil
seat was but fourteen, at.J on a vote to reconsider -!
this majority was reduced to FOUR!! The i 'T. called for the yeas and nays. Only 10 lead to any difficulty with Great Britain. The deed has been done, and to mourn ii u jjj..
decide tliat notice to me members rose. Rather let us a new web of policy weave '
rest either voted for me, or dodged the question, I to the ."Washington letter-wri ,
\', as I 'contend-if they satisfied that they could not conscientiously lote Tellers were called and but 16 membersrose According To bailie our foes, and restore thee agaiE I

I1S after the expiration, of flrII'. n., and being unwilling to vote agiiiiit and the House then adjourned. The ters," the chief hope entertained by Mr. He who, being conquered, yields not to despair, }

the election be received their committed Polk and his ( the amicable But rises again in of
; may party.I act just is regarded: as a case supporters, or spite his fate,

if they receive all the ex par- mentioned in a late letter that 1 thought the quite parallel with the New-Jersey outrage. adjustment of this question, is based upon And who, A LA SUGGS,goes it on nary pair,"
l of the Secretary of State of case would be sent back to the people of Florida, And wins the WHOLE PILE 'must be /
------ -- termed
------ of the Tariff
-
-- -- ---- of reduction
Florida as competent' evidence or that t time would be given lor the purpose of - --- the expectation i great. trait

taking further testimony. Both of these proposi- COMMERCIAL I ADVERTISER. of '42. They believe that England prefersher
if they decide that it is not \Vhat then, though the people claims
tions I had made, and: either would have been your have
: have all the returns made to ------ -- interest to her honor ; and that, however denied,

: before them-if that it is not entirely AFUAIU acceptable or THE PEOPLE to me., the But right Mr.to represent B. WAS APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, FEB. 14, 1846. clear and unquestionable she may believe And yen are-forgive me-mostd-d badly bear

; :Mr. Brockenbrougli to prove whom he has usurgid, and knew too well the -(03. The following gentlemen are authorized her title to the territory in dispute, she will Remember that Congress i is sul on your side, '
-a majority of all the legal weakness of his own cause to consent; to have its And that-if but
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,and will yield with a good grace, if she can enlarge you'l tbem-Ihey'l give
; the late election in Florida, iiK-rits investigated. He preferred making an appeal you the seat.
had a majority of all the re- to his party friends in Congress, and they receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertisements :: thereby the market for the sale of her manufactures Bring returus-though illegal
have done for him what the of Florida :- no matter for that-
I must prove the negative people refused and have an opportunity of destroying From Ddd, and
which decisions be- to do. His majority, however, was &o MESSRS.! MASON <&; TCTTLE, 33 William Street, : Monroe,wherever. you please,
: (
: I small, thatlhere is little glory in wearing honorsso New York. the American competition which And if you don't get it, I'll 'give you my hat;"

with law, justice, t"he reluctantly conferred. SIXTY of his ownfriend DAVID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans. has already supplanted her in many portions Trut me, my dear friend,we can do it with
: ] !! Congress, 1 cannot: be- VuT.. CHEEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga. ease.
"' will make,) I rrfuxed to vole for him, on the last vote.I JAMES II.'WILSON, EHJ., Fort Gaines, Ga. of the world. I is possible they are cor- Remember New Jersey-the case is the same-
; respect- shall remain in for
Washington; some two Major J AClIIARD'I.N Eufaula: Ala. Her seal we dishonored her
laws
: ,
for further proof, which, I weeks, to attend to the various matters of'business rect in their suppositions, and ib'at England And ; set aside;

be granted by the committee which my constituents have entrusted: to {or' Many: of our foreign subscribers will accede lo this arrangement ; but should And to get you an office, we'd play a like game,
circnstances of the case. me, and to receive letters which may be addressed trust soon,of Congress to see you the priJe.Btz. .
: who reside: where we have no Agents, and Oregon be obtained by such i compromise,
prove that one at leals of the lo me by those who supposed that the people _ .
] by the Secretary, is a false of Florida enjoy the right to choose their ownRepresentative. consequently no means of presenting our it will be at a far greater cost to our country LATE FROM SOUTH AMERICA.

an error committed by accounts, are in arrears to us for subscription. than could be entailed upon us by the most
In the New-York
I am glad to have it in my power to!say that the Sun of the 4th inst., we
fraud. 'The votes cast in my probabilities of war are daily diminishin;;. Our I I Will they not, one and all, do us ihepecuniary i destructive war. Should Congress, acting have news from South America, giving the
been returned the r
; to Secre- legislators are beginning to rellect on (the awful favor to remit their several sums upon this understanding, frame a Taiiff according of battle
forwarded: to the committee, dire particulars a fought at the mouth
consequences'of bringing so calamity
a "jltlnour due 1Ve hope"so and shall live to the principle advocated by the
in ,
: ; : ( rC011le the small majority: country. It is rumored, and I think not with of the Parana between the united force of

against me from an esti out ';authority, that Mr. Buchanan will be appointed hope" until we receive the dimes to enable Secretary of the Treasury, that the maximum -i the French and English, and the inhabitants

; ex parte statements submit, to fill the vacancy on the bench of the us to live on "something, more substantial. rate (j duty is that which produces the
and Supreme Court, and that the lIon Jno. Y. Mason of the Argentine Republic. The battle was
ellbrogh, objected to I If one should be deterred from amount of revenue, and should this
greatest
any
That the number of will be made Secretary of State. Mr. Mason's: complying fought on the 20th November. and resulted

; given for Mr. B. greatly ex appointment will be hailed with -satisfactoion' with our request, through the fear that policy continue to be pursued in coming ,. in the defeat of the Republicans. The

) ( majority he mIU1'e.: byalllo\'crs of peace.In I we would not take the letter from the Post time, its effect will be the entire destruction forces fleet
attacking comprised of
haste-yours: veiy truly, I eight
1; precincts, the polls were ille E:. C. CABILT/. Office, let him try us.Ve don't know but of the manufacturing interests of the Union. vessels, forming two divisions, under the

\' hours before the time JOSEPH CL.ISBY, Esq., Tallahassee: Fla. that we might even pay the postage on a Let us endeavor to exemplify.). Suppose for ,
law, and that voters who command of Captains Trehourait and Sul
ap cash package" the instance that the entire revenue was derived
containing amount for
i : t) for me were thereby prevented [Correspondence of the Baltimore American.] livan. The Republicans numbered, it is
; and that at these precincts one, two, or three year's subscriptionwedon't. from duties on manufactures of iron, wool, supposed, about three thousand, having four
.
than his Twenty-Ninth Congress---First I Sessior.V.iMiiNurox. : Who'll be the and silk and it found that
: ( majorities greater t l'slto make a private cotton Ih:1 was
and
\ Jan. 21, Ii-W. batteries mounting twenty-two pieces
majority, if lie has any ma- response! to a public dunVe? shall see. to produce the proper amount for an economical -
at several precincts the inspec- The Senate not in session. of cannon. The action was commenced at
administration the of duties
rate
: and refused to be sworn as HOUSE( OF REPRESENTATIVES. ttr': Our thanks are due our Senators, 10, a. m., and continued until 7. p. m.. when

; and that'at: these precincts, 5IU. CAIJKLL DEPRIVED: OF HIS SK\T.: Messrs. WKSCOTT and YULE, and also should be 30 per cent. At this rate, we will the batteries were taken and the Republicans -

l11ajorilir!'% for Mr. nrocl en- ihe English could compete withus
The House immediately; the reading suppose to flight with terrible loss
upon our Representative, Mr. B auci: UROUGH, put estimated
; )' exceeded) the majority of all here and of the whole
of the Journal entered the unfinished course countrywould
in the State, claimed for upon for public documents and speeches received at not less than 600 Of the French,
business of yesterday. at be filled with fabrics
once foreign
sanguine: friends. That hL.t mail. 13 killed, 70 wounded. Oldie English, 10
Mr. .Stephens of Ga. addicted the House
while would have full and
2'L': returns made by the inspectors with much firmness and energy and ability \Ve are also indebted to Mr. BRODIIEAD, we a treasury, killed, and 2:wounded.

: elections to the Secretary in defence of the claims of the sitting mem of New Jersey, for a copy of the Daily probably a surplus" After a few }ears, The defence made by the Argentines is
to the judges of probate mid however the American manufacturer be_
,
He the
ber. and
argued case as a judge, considered of the
and counted for .Mr. Brocken- Union, contains :Mr. CABKLI/S: speech on one most gallant on record -
examined the law of the case, as one Lavinga ; coming more skillful, is able to undersellhis
; altogether illegal; null, and the contested election from Florida. and reflects the greatest honor on their
just observance of the laws, and ?s one foreign competitor, and lives him out
; It one precinct which gave a valor and skill.
having a high respect for the popular; majority ; -
07' The "Ntw YORK ILLUSTRATED of the market. The is a falling -
Mr. B.
than that which consequence
greater of the State of Florida :and of all I "The object of this war on the part of
the election was conducted He said he bound MAGAZIXK:," for February, is on our table. off in the importations, and a decrtase
popular majorities. was the Allied Monarchies" (France, England,
I authorized by the laws of to examine this question as a sworn juror. The number contains a 1 good variety of original of the reveuue. Mr. Polk then inquires
That Brazil) is to force an entrance into the interior -
as inspectors. at
sever- Fie had done so ; and after cxamiug: the and selected articles, poetry, &c., with into the matter, and arrives at the conclusion
the inspectors were not appoint' and of the Argentine Republic-by the
case most thoroughly most conscientiously wood illustrations.
The four steel that the American mechanic is becoming
the laws of Florida engravings -
as direct
; he had cometo the conclusion that River Parana and its tributaries which are
competent to act. That at accompanying it are well executed ; too prosperous-that he is flourishing at
; had
the member of all
sitting a majority; the navigable for about two thousand miles, to
I which gave a large majority legal votes. and if a like number be furnished to subscribers the expense of the rest of the citizensthatthe
unite with domestic insurgents in the interior
several
legally qualified voters Mr. Seddon, of Va. addressed the House with each monthly" issue of the Tariff: which was formed at first for ::
for me, but wer' refused, al- and create dissensions injihe! Republic with
in continuation of the
allowed debate. He avowed work, they will alone, to the admirers of revenue, has become protective in its results,
were to vote for State himself the friend bA rers. .-* art, be worth the amount of subscription. it i is of co/trse unconstitutional, and that it
; made a warm argument in favor of the con the overthrow the administration of
( ly that I have been testant. The :Magazine contains G4 pages letterPress must undergo a reduction. In accordancewith
President Rosas, and thus that
open
part
occupy so much of the time The (floor was then given to Mr. Sawyer, ; price, -S3 per annum. LAWRENCELABREE his representations, Congress lowers
of the committee. I have of South America to European Colinazation. -
l The of Ohio, who after saying that the ques- : Editor; WM. TAYLOR, Publisher, the duties to 35 per cent ; foreign fabricsare ."
no caption.
: positions tion had been I
;
thoroughly
very argued upon No. 2. Astor House. again brought in, and the treasury is re-
] : seem to me to be con- both sides, moved the previous question.Mr. .
and justice. I desired not plenished. But the American citizen does REPRESENTAVIVE FROM FLORIDA.In .
.
Cabell requested Mr. S. to withdraw, or The FARMERS'LIBRARY: AND
ress or the committee with in order lo allow him anersaaiil explanation, not yet despair. In spite of the oppositionof the Congressional Union of the 28th
MONTHLY: JOURNAL
between Mr. OF AGRICULTURE
: Brockenbrough Mr. Sawyer still refusjlL I his own government' he still perseveres: ultimo, we have the final action* of the
and, when the first doubt No. for
was February before
us and
Mr. Dobbin of N. withdrawal muu.t
CJrrequested a -
in House of Representatives in the of
in enterprise. By improvements ma- case
election I
was anxious to ls
my be of
with a promise to renew it, as he increasing J'fterest'o those who are
back to the people, who ehinery-by lowering the price of wages, the contested elec-ion from Florida. Af.
wished lo offer an amendment.Mr. engaged;; in agricultural pursuits, and the
the proper arbiters in contro Sawyer withdrew the jpotjon, and and having the cost of transportation in his ter speeches from several of the members,
breeders of stock
kind. I as we discover in the table
Although believe offered Mr. Dobbin's amendment himself, favor, he by degrees succeeds in rivalling, and from the parties themselves, it was decided -

: been in be duly their elected representative by the ,peo yet following( it tion.up by a new motion for the previous of culturecoutinued contents' Thaer's... ; .Treatise Principles on of Milch Ag and finally in again underselling the foreigner. that :Mr. Brockenbrough was entitledto

of Mr. Brockenbrough Jllc The same result occurs. The impor- the seat-the vote being 100 in hU favor j
] : It was contended that this was not in or- Cows ; The Potalo.Disfase "Char-
doubtful. I am unwill der, and the Speaker so decided. acteristics of Different 'Breeds ..of. ; Horses "4 tations are checked, and the receipts of the and 84 for Mr. Cabell. The question was

ct myself to the imputation, Mr. Chapman, of Ala. took an appeal, On } ; treasury are diminished. Secretary Walker decided, we believe, upon the ground that
Fattening Cattle
of being a minority re- ;together with
and( argued that it was in order to move the Ulanyother"articles informs the President of the fact, and Mr. Mr. Brockenbrough had received a major-
and of desiring to hold my seat: Previous Question, to withdraw i it, to offer designed.I for the i instruction of
Congress, when another has Polk. again invokes the assistance of Con- ity of all the votes given at the last election,
\ an amendment, and then to renew it. the husbandnrm and housewife;
chice. I would rejoice i if! Mr. wiling the among gress. The Tt'enue Tariff, first laid at 30 not confining themselves in their inquiriesto
: Sawyer was not to place ..whicj) are, A Sketch of Belgian Husbandry -
would consent to give question in this light, and withdrew the per cent. and afterwards reduced to 15, has the thirty days required by the election
"The Room of the Household
further but ;
no trouble, by
go amendment ; and adhered to his original again become protective in its action. The laws of Florida. After counting all the returns -
: the of Florida and Eliza Cook
to people motion for the ; Housewife's. Departnfent'rlieFlverrden -
( not Congress of the United The Speaker previous sanctioned question.the proceeding, /: ," &c. *' C' '-* .American manufacturer is thriving too well from Monroe, "Brandy run," and \

) between us but the House rejected the previous question and the paupers o England must be pro- Heaven knows where else, it appeared that t

; E. C. CABELL. after a scene of great confusion, by a AND STILL THEY COME !"-We find on our tected by our government to keep them Mr. B. bad a majority varying from 37 to

the Tallahassee, Sentinel.] vole of 95 to 68. table f//m copres,of4he January Nd 'of The from starvation. I is now found that any 82, and accodingly it was decided that he

I Mr. Davis, of Ky. then addressed] the Youth's Cabinet from the press of Mr. 'V ood-
FKOMMR.: CABELL. duty will be protective, and therefore was the rightful member. But yet with a
House, and was followed by Mr. Gordon of! worth, recejved wile
: letter from Mr. CABELL Newrl'J alJ.. ithjnjtkeTlasLmonth unconstitutional. The willTbe political majority against him of sixty-Jive
not intended for publication, N. Y. who yielded for a moment to allow and by different mails. Nowj althougli I consequence
Mr. Cab 1I to make a few remarks ; ..after that all duties must be taken off, in orderto in the House, Mr. Cabell was only defeatedby
that we may he exposing our- we are not a chicken" and have seen the frost

in bringing it before the which thejireyjou question was'socon t'd. of many a chill September," we have not so far obtain a revenue Tari1T-and how much sixteen votes ; and a motion to reconsider '

: ; ; the deeply interesting circum When the iriauYq-uestioh was seconded advanced in bachelorism as to have lost all taste revenue such a Tariff will furnish us must the decision was only lost by four Totes
Mr. of Ga. asked the House allow
which it was written just King to Indeed the whole conduct of the House
for juvenile stories: on the contrary, we be left to the President and his Secretaryto in
: scene in that dark drama, him to offer a resolution. The m.ijori- some-
second, time, the majesty: ly responded "no." I ask, then," said times like to read them; they serve to relieve the figure out. relation to this matter, proves conclusively

the State of Florida, were Mr. K., that it may be read for information mind grown weary with abstruse studies,and Such is the natural and inevitable result I th4t Mr. C. was entitled to the sear, and

and trampled upon by a -" "No," no," louder than before. carry us back to the happy days of boyhood, of the system of legislation recommendedby thatvbf owes his defeat soley to the influence

majority, as well ,as the in- The resolutions of the Committee on when the story of "Little Jack arid "Harry our rulers. l tends necessarily to destroy of party drill. After Mr. B. bad taken bis

which Uie letter contains, em Elections were then read ; the first declaring and Lucy," were of thrilling interest, and we in our country the manufacturing inter- seat, a resolution was offered "that Mr. C.
that E. C. Cabell was not entitled to a
place it before our readers. were wont to listen with breathless attention to interest which citizens-thought be not precluded from contesting the seat
est-an our
seat in this House.
and its last faint vibra-
J over, with the first, and with Mr. Winthrop called for the yeas and the "jack o' the lantern stories of a maiden the Government had pledged itself to fosters of the said B. if he shall hereafter think

be the knell of popular liberty nays, which were ordered, and the vote was aunt, while we cracked chestnuts and "goobers" and in which, under this impression, many proper to do so;" but the House adjourned

'has the People's voice been yeas 105, noes 80. around the winter hearth. We like these simple have vested their all. And now when, by without taking any action upon it. I now

party caucusses and conven- The second resolution was tbamt.' ;sVm.H. tales, too, for the beauty of the morals they teach labor and enterprsie, our people have succeeded Mr. C. receives any additional returns,

and now a second time is it Brockenbrough was entitled to-fl seal in and the truths they illustrate; hence the complimentary

in this branch of in- from of the State
by the, same machinery this House." notice we took of "The Youth's Cabi' to some extent any portion! ; in his favor

is this thing to end ?- The yeas and nays were ordered and the net" on its first reception. ''But three copies of dustry, the Government declares that their should this resolution be adopted, be cal

the People tired, of being vote was : ayes 99, noes 85. number and and popularity .is incompatible with the welfareof go before Congress and 'again take.posses-
two
one postage a HALF cents,
: of spoilsmen, office seek- Mr.. /Thompson rose upon the announce- the Union, and that the Constitutionrequiresthatourmanufacturesbe : sion of his seat. But we should advise him .
: shall arise id the,majesty ment .of'the vote, giving ,notice that lieshoudmovethe in these hard times! Whew! No more of that,

( and like '.freemen assert. reconsideration of the last Frank, an' thou lov'st us." Send us the February destroyedNot not to attempt it ; for fear. that should bf.

to self. orernment For vote and then,. the first;:; :'His'reasons' for do- No. next tine, Mr., Woodwortb, and uo on so thought Washington and! Jefferson* succeed, ,Dew returns from.Mm ,here tf.




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hunted up, j I lor Georgia must furnish the same facilities as Cadiz Saltt. Arrangement
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the whilelas for the protection of -- -- steamer Peytona- bales cotton to Hill, THE Steamer AGNES J.
The fact is, it lias: been all of the exterior mouth the Dawson -k Co; 65 to Lockhart & Young 27 to RyN
straits of ;
Mr. B. should have the seat, / However Florida." REVIEW 01 SHE APALACHICOLA MARKET. McKay & Ilart&horne; 9 to Howard Ac Rutherford; BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issuing out L4LLF ,;,. master, will leave
settled that this! inclined some may be to pass overI COTTON-We have had a steady market 'sitice Per steamer bales cotton Lock- the circiut court for the county of Franklin every Tuesday and Saturday at 10oclock

30d bad Mr. C.'s majority been even great- j I 1 I if our important Government question be, true it does to the appear to me of, that its Tuesday, with a demand about equal to the amount hart & Champo-3. C Maclay; 125 toNourse to me directed, in favor of Oscar Felyan vs. V V P. M. Leaves Cb ltabo,:

he would have been ejected, j,institution, they will accord ample purposes protection to offering. Foreign have participated to Stone & Co; 46 to Sanford & Butt; 40( to Archibald' T. Bennett, I have levied on, and will chee every Monday and Thursday at 12o'dok.
er tban I' underOIfl6 J every section of our Union. The period for operators a Howard & Rutherford; 33 to J Day A Co; 19 to expose to sale on the first Monday in MARCH'next M. She will make weekly trips to Bainbridgt.
according -
his competitor j
voted to considerable in the transactions. Prices 17 &
*oat the seat this protection may be delayed, to the injury extent McKay &Harthornt";. to Hlrpt Holmes 6 at the court house door, in the city of Apa- leaving there on Monday morning,and to Brown'*

fictitious shadow of.evidence. ol our interests, and the dishonor of-our'national remain unchanged, and we continue our previous to Per Wylie steamer Mary A Moore-380 bales lachicola, lots no. I, in block 3<3, and no. 4, in Ferry, leaving there Wednesday nrght. Ererj
cotton
| character; but it cannot be always avoided, quotations. and 13 boxes tobacco to Lockhart & Young; 193 block D. 2d range, with buildings thereon. attention will be paid to the safety and comfortpassengers .t

i From New-Orleans Bulletin] fori in some future maritime war-such as, sooner LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION. bales cotton, ,1 box and 1 cask groundpeas to Mc JOHN LUCAS, Sh'f F. C. and strict attention tu any bUsinwaconfided

DEFENCE OF THE GULF. later, must in take place, ami which we may he 1846. 1845. Kay Ac Hartshorne; 26 bales cotton and 3 boxes January 24,1846. 4-(S to the officers of th> boat.

the issue of the disputes engaged -the productions of that vast empire, tobacco to B S Hawley; 23 bales cotton 30 sacks V JOHN JENKINS, r.
be << which has for InferIor..5 a3 'oact
may ; its the straits of a'3
!
Whatever only outlet Florida and t box tobacco Wylie Ac McKenzie virtue of seveial writs of Fieri Facias, issuing -
i1Ich our country is now involved within will be effectually locked up, to the fatal injury oithe Ordinary.. ..... ..5j a 51 34 a 4J4i corn bales cotton to J F Farrier; 32 to Green Con-; 7 BY out of the Circuit Court for the County April 26, 1S. ly
of the South and country or possibly the dissolution of the Middling.. .......6 a 6] l 1
the people of .
owers, : a 5a5 nery; 5 to Wm G Porter fc Co; 12 do and boxes Franklin, to me directed, against David G. For
foreign P Union. GoodMiddhing..6 Liverpool
means to suffer the pre- a 5 tobacco to Dodge &: Pratt 49 sacks Raney, I have levied and
l b Q0 ; to on
\ "Foreign with whom liable Fair.. ....6j a 6J 51 | groundpeas wif expose to sale, THE fast sailing Al Britih ship
1 we are
West powers, lhddhng
mind the T H Ac C II Austin 17 do to J Day Co. the first
outeuitlg the on on in March
% of public from conflicting interest?, to be brought into colli- ..........74 a 7 5 aSgood | Per steamer Lotus-309 "bales cotton&Wm Monday at the Court jjJ1ESTREL, Turner, master, i in up (
& ? increasing and improving the na- I I sion! bordered! on our territory" and occupy a chain Fair..7| a 6 a 64 Kimbrough Ac Co; 157 to Wm G Porter Ac I House door, in the City Apaiachicola, Lot No. the above port and will meet with immediate a*

10 JCii.fcnres to pass away, without insistAeiSt i, pt formidable posts, stretching along and overlookin GROCERIES.-For the past week there has beena 142 to Suns Ac Cheever: 19 to order; 7 boxes tobacco .; 6 in block E2. despatch. For'freigni, apply to

tiODat. urgent manner, on the -esI Mexico; our whole southern coast-such as Jamaica, little better demand for groceries of most descriptions to B.Hawley; 5 do to T Preston; 60. sacks JOHN LUCAS, Sherif F. C. Feb 7 W. A. & P. C. KAIN. .
I" Cuba, Bermudas and the Bahamas: some and 3 sacks groundpeas to Jas F 26 January 24, 1846. 4-
g..I of works corn
J-Mit completion necesUblfonomm'nJ without however material Fariorj -
; of which improvement -
-
any --
; are maintained at great expense and --- ---- For
do to W 8000( pipe staves to Liverpool.
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the Gulf. and protect our might be the rendezvous for future means of annoyance in prices. New-Orleans Sugars meet Per steamer Long Emily-341 bales cotton to W A Ac Runaway Negro for Sale. i THE first class Ship ONECO V Capt

exposed:dc southern frontier and the gateway ,'I merce. and attack of our territory and com- with a ready sale at prices ranging from 6 a 7c. in P C Kain; 10 to D B Wood Ac Co; 42 to Harper OF Tuesday, February 10th, 1346,1 I shall expose :I.Drew, has a large. part of her cargo en-

exporting trade. In season and out I The Gulf of Mexico and Straits of Florida llhds.:, and 6! a n in Bhls. Old crop is in but little V Holmes; to Bugbee Ac Howard; 19 toVm for sale at public outcry, at the Court gaged. For freight apply to.
Dr our ,
House
Co.
deserves to be pressed demand and there is small! stock in the Porter & (Council Chamber) in the city of Apalach- NOURSE. STONE &., CO. or
I 0fgasofl, this SUbJCCt constituting! as they do the outlet of so many pro- only t Per steamer Columbus! -207 bales cotton to JnoC icola, Man about
one Negro
the ttcntion of the #:.\"crnment. NothingJessl : ductions ot a rich and valuable nature, thus surrounded market. We hear of some small sales at 6| a 74c. Maclay; 149 to Charles Rogers & Co; 149 toW sold thirty-five years old, jan 1 HARPER &HOLMES.
as a slave virtue
00 runaway by of an Act
u would seem by various nations hid fair to be the is A Ac P C Kain 93 to B Ellison & Co 56 pass- V
Flour tohoward
constant urglO steady at $6J) for Western The stock of ; ; ed the
tuft
I scenes of much future contention. Our own inter by Legislature of the Territory of Florida, For Liverpool.THE .
Rutherford 58 & HolmesPer
Ac to Harper
can command attention long enough to procure and- : ests in that quatter are of immense and rapidly in-, Coffee has been somewhat reduced, and holdersare steamer Eufaula;-257 bales: cottonk 8 sacks I; approved Nov. 21st, 1S2S. superior Ship. SABATTIS. .

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T.e might almost add, from tel idleness lishments our to provide the arsenals and estab Beef is rather dull ; $10 is.askdti for Mess and $9 Porter & Co; 71 to McKay Ac Hartshorne; 6 1 January 1th, IS.If o is apply to J. DAY &CO.
of
for
the
talk with 1 so little I action, ad J ships war necessary to protection sacks corn meal to T Preston 2 boxes tobacco to 1 V
ofo much : ofour vast interests in that sea, and thus for Prime. Lard is selling in retail lots at 9 a lOc. order. jn3

nausea. This remark, however, is not in- |. vent its falling a prey to the rapacious grasp oh free Cheese in casks lOc. Cider, $6 per barrel, and Per steamer Viola-150 bales cotton to W A & TO the Conlnl Jail tedt For New York.
of I the 1 ,emPII who I Iod ture belligerents as well to avoid the of County, Apalachicola -
as necessity
gent
in disrespect P C Lain 125 Holmes. CAYUGA
? of dull ofsale. Hides meet with ready sale at 7 a 7!. ; to Harper & Florida the 27th THE superior packet brig ;
our slups of war navigating ( crippled on January,
detailed the ; perhaps in a -
times by bales Hill
Per cotton to
bare been, at different of condition) a dangerous coast of such extent, Kentucky Bagging is in good demand at Hi a 12c. Dawson steamer& Co. BOton-2 I 1S40, a runawaywho calls his mme SAM, .; W. G Currier, master will have immediate -

Department, for the purpose furnishing to procure the necessary repairs and rentfrom i, the There i is a large stock of Rope in the market; Per steamer hales cotton to Chas says he belongs to Augustus Linear, dispatch. For freight 200 bale-
the subject: on the contrary, :ur- dffrtruction of battle, the disasters of the elements, 10 ugusta-3 Gadsden County, Florida. Said is 25 cotton or passage apply to
data on very dull sale, and is in no demand unless with Rogers & Co; &Iutherfo'd to boy or 30 *
on all. branches of onr and the decay incident to our vessels l; and subject u 2 & 01(1 dark color DODGE
'r"S and reports 'the bagging when it sells at 5c. Peanuts J Day & Co; :to Wlie years ( about 5 fter6 or 7 inches &PRAT
to loss o'f iu are .
great time from and
going! returning to Feb 40
fialf" and sea-coast defence, have been faith-: I l'ersteamer Agnes26 bales Colon and 4 boxes hii h. The owner is requested to come forward, 14
their -
stations at the :south. exceedingly dujl, and a first rate article will only I
made and tobacco to LockharL & Young. with the law
accurately and scientifically I comply and take him away. I
folly, command 59 55s bu is worth :Maridnna fin Marianna-33 bale For New York.
Per
a per Hay $1a hare JOHN
is'no fault of the engineers ami J naval I com- : hel LUCAS, Sheriff F. C. fine Al bark
Iti t City Council Proceedings.COUNCIL 1 12\ on the whatf, and $1 25 a 1 37i in store. colon and ii boxes tobacco. I Apaiachicola 14, 1846. 7-tf -cr.THE lS.9BEI1.
oJers who have furnished the.pl"lns: and Per flat boat No 5-2-j6 bales Cotton to Lock.j --- ,Kelly, master. For freight passagei2app1yto
dcmonstated the urgent; necessity of the CHAMBER, ) FUEIGIITS-Since Tuesday, shippers have evinc- hart & Young; 93 to Hil., Dawson &Co; 7 to Storage .

works, that the mailer has I proceeded no WEDNESDAY EVENING, Feb. 11, '46. ) ed more anxiety to make engagements. The full Sims & 1heever; 68 Pery. FOR 1000 barrels or SOU bales cotton on first Feb 14 C. ROGERS &CO..

further than it has. The indifference() to the I Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts, Mayor ; stock of cotton for shipment and limited number WhOLESALE PRICES CURRE- -T. Apply to WOOD & Co. For New York.

subject exhibited by Congress admits. there I Councilmen, Messrs. Schiller, Guyon, Green, of vessels have caused an advance of l-32c in an -.--- Feb 1 32 Water st. THE regular packet brig V1RG1XL1.

of the excuse of ignorance, i Hancock, Umaldi i and Peck. engagement for Boston ; and on two for New -- K A BALES HAY for sale by inst. Fcr.freight
fore not even ARTICLES:_ ___ D. c. D c. JTalbot, master, will sail 12th
ilDd'argues a culpable negligence of the I, The minutes. of the last meeting were read and York l-16c advance. Masters now steadily refuse lAG f[ G, Kentucky, yd ii a 12 U\J MYERS & MITCHEL. of 1UO hales cotton, or passage

most important interests of the country, ora approved.The to take less than 9-lfic( for New York and 5-Sc fot Dundee, yJ 16 a 17 Feb. 14, 1S46. 36 Water street. apply to DODGE &PRAT

confidence in the continual I Clerk reported the returns of the HarborMaster Boston. For Liverpool our last quotations are Peanut, yd a 13 At Auction :I Feb 7 stree.For
fool-hardy f for the month of January last, which BALE ROPE Kentucky, Ib 5 a 6 *
of a state of peace. continued. I N the first Monday in March next, I
prevalence were read and ordered on file. Northetu, Ib:1nilla O wi New York.

Amon. the works most to be desired for Mr. Green presented' the account current of P. QUOTATIONS. : ) Ib a 8 sell at }public auction, to the highest b THE] new packet brig .1JIERIC..l.

riving security to the Gulf commerce and I ]Hobart, late Tax Collector, with the City, which To Liverpool.... .. .. 1-2 a 17-J2c: per lb. BREAD, Navy, CWI 4 a 6 one undivided fourth part of lot No. S, in block Caut Post has cf her

coast,and establishing;; our naval; supremacy' (j shewed balance in his hand* 61 f $:a07 90, which \ Vork ..... .... .... Pilot, Cwt 5 a 6 B:, so known and distinguished on the map of ,have part dispatch-cargo following engage
. IUo Ib 8 the of
Boston 9 City
19-32 5-Sc COFFEE dated
1 read a a Apalachicola, April 19, 1836, t:1d.i
has was and motion of Mr. Guvon 0
which the on seconded
in a sea in country so vast J 1 -----.----- ----------- Havana, Ib 7l a 7 and bounded in part by Commerce street, on bark Ann < For freight or passage, apply
and ,increasing interests, the construction ofa by Mr. Rinaldi, was referred to the Finance Committee --COTTON- STATEMENT.- -Last--'- Java, Ib 10 a li: side by lot No.7, on the other by Leslie street one, to NOURSE, STONE &CO.

with other : to consult with the City Attorney, and report CANDLES, Sperm, lb 30 a 35CORDWE
Pry-dock, complete arrangements I thereon.Dr. year. and in the rear by lot No. 9. For New Yorli.
lb
for building and repairing ships, at Stock hand ht Sept ... ..4 Maniihla, a 10 L. W. ,.
Green, from the Finance Committee, in- \ ; Hemp, Ih ii a 12 PRATT, TEl E good bark jfJV-V WELSH, !
Received past 3 days. .... ...3.523 '- V
the for
Pensacola. is undoubtedly most important. Tarred Ib 12 Att'y Eliza Wade, A m'x. will be in
14 dispatched
trodued an ordinance entitlnd an ordinance to *' ... ..50,325: a N Magna, master,
On this subject, as long ago as 1S3G, raise a revenue for the ue of the City of Apalachicola lreviou-Iy..bales 53,857 80382 CIDEH. Northern, bbl _Apalachicola_ _h,__Jan.__26,1S46._ 5-ts,_ 'i few days. For freight or passage, ap V

Commodores, :Stewart:; Dallas; and Bolton, f fr(, the year, A. D. 1510, which \\ra;*: Exported past :3 days .. ... fi,544 UU."ETIC nOODS- Malta Nankeen Cotton Seed for ply' to the Captain or to V

who were appointed, for the purpose, made read and passed section by section, and article previously. .. ..19,144, Brown'C Shirtns,, yd yd 7 64 a a n 9 Sale. jan31 5 NOURSE, STONE &CO.

a I full: report, with plans and estimates from by ankle, and thereupon, on motion ('t flr.. Total...... .- 25,938 49310. Ticking8 hetilg, rd 12. a 2 HAVE few hundred bushels of Yellow For New-York.

and( inquiry.I Commodore Schiller duly parsed as a whole by the title yd a I I GARDLVER Brown, mai-
personal survey On hand and on shipboard not cleared 27.SG9 30512 COlonadt's 1 Nankeen Cotton Seed for sale at two dollars : ship ,

Stewart! went faither, and) in n letter to the thereof. ------- -------- --- Calico Prints, yd a 2Ktntucky per bushel. This Seed is the growth of seed .THE, wil meet with d -patch. For freight
I The Mayor handed in communication from Jeans, yd 25 a
: a
Department enlarged on the great national EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA V 18 5 imported lat year from the island of Malta, in e apply to
Russia yd
importance ol the project, and the reasons Mr. Austin: signifying: the intention of the Land Commencing 1st September, 1315-and same DYES DUCK, Logw'd, Campeachy, ton Q the Medileranean sea,and were raised and ginnedon Jan 17 D. B. WOOD &Co.
Company to resist any !uit bronsiht by the City in ;
time 1S44.
which call for its adoption, incidentally referring for the recovery of the wharf at the foot SI. Domingo; ton a plantation where no other Cotton grew. For Boston.
property -
to other measures required to give of the streets, which was read. PiFPiViwmuriitn \ .' I Lat Fu tic, too The Seed is therefore genuine. Samples of the THE fine ship LOUlSAkTay, master !
Ib Cotton be :
3 ouly.TOrL Indigo at the office Messrs.
FXPORTED. season can seen McKay
comtrnn.1 of the Florida straits. The subject : -
lIe als coY
) presented a communication from the will have despatch. '
bbl 50
.. .: FLOUR, Northern, Q & Hart- at Apalachicola, and which ofa .1
Ltvlriool.... .. .37uO. .7fJJ( .11114 70 hore are Co.
has since been frequently brought City Attorney, recommending the adoption of 31 bbl ) 650 Feb 14 C. BORERS
very a a &
.
I J \re....... .... .]::312Xantz. \Testtr superior quality. f
III the attention of Congress ; but so far resolution, deflating the SrTC'cts open to the River, 1 ... ...... ..... ..I:9.lricte. FISH, Cod, box 2 i t( a 45 The Seed car be forwarded by steamboat to For Boston.

without any efficient action being take... and that they b.J kept undisturbed. ... .. ...... ..... Mackerel, o. 1; bbl a ( Apalachicola or ColUmbus, or intermediate THE new fast ailingbarkE"UPLE .

Tlir following are extracts from Commodore Whereupon' : Guyon offered: the following ( ( ... .... .. .... .. ...... ..... "I' No.2, bbl 600 a. 800 landing. any Keyser, master, cargo V
bbl
and .. .. Xo.3, 704)ILEFIflING entre
preamble lesolutioii which read and 50 d
was ( Othierports..I. deck freightor
REUBEN
Stewart's letter wiittcii at Philadelphia box C. SHORTER, Sr. deck, goins; on V

:!, November, 183G : further. action thereon: postponed till next meet Total to For. Ports......... ) .7091.. 13703Xew : FRUIT, Almonds, Ib Eufaula, Ala., Januery 27, 1546. 5-Sw |ja3dge, only, apply to

"la studying the position Pensacola, with rekencf 1tJ! : york. ... ... ,J. .7356: ".16523rotoii Raisins, box 275 a 303 Notice. Feb 7 CHARLES ROGERS &Co. I

{ not only to oar own adjacent coa t, and I Whereas, the Committee appointed to ascertain .... ... ... .5791.6771..: : o-9.S,.]2146PI'ovidtIce Prunes, Ib
UP great outlet of tin? Mi-sis-ippi" which it i 1- toUvotabljr what ju
I '\ placed to (protect, but also to the n ishiior.ifcountries to! the wharf property at t the foot of I the several Phd
'!: of, :Mexico and the i.-lands, of Cu- street, have given the subject the most t attentive B1Jlinl.e.... ... .1221.. .1221...S1'5 Lemons, box orders from the Captain or Clerk, and need Stokes, master,will have dispatch For

bifitnuicu,*ud ?t. Domingo, which nre all liable examination, III connection: with the City Attorney ns.... . .I.p: ]1.13.1..1224OthierIoVts. FURS. Otter, not be presented. freight 0 passage, apply

mrfuture period to be occupied by nations at and have come to the conclusion that at the : ...:. .....e. I" : .1a FEATHE T Apalachicola 13, 1816. .fan3l : C. ROGERS & CO.
ramtmth: tht United :tfutes: lhe nation*! i inii'or land of Total Coastwje..J5741.1S97. GRAIN, Oat: 50 a 65
ijawofthf ftldCf could not; but force itself sues City lots, the map rf aid City was .. -._, -:-la5 Corn1 bush 62 a 75 Goods Cheap for Cash. Fo.Key West and IUi.a ,

and: excite some! ..urpriiluit it !lud on iiothiin'na mrniaj ; exhibited, on which the streets were open, to the 'roTAI4-nAr.Es........ ...129.t.49'-1 GT.ASSJ box 30 a 10 OU TIE subscriber being desirous: disposing of : THE fast sailing schr SWC&V Capt
River and the citizens geii( rally were (Jf f opinion -.----- HAY cwt stock Winter Goods which is immediate
attrleJ more the attention of the (Cioerna'u \'- -- --- ---- --- a 12 :, large .Webber, will have dispatch
: !. la evidence how httie has as yet ba.endOD.tow',1 I that it was the intention of the Land: Company HIDES, Green lL 3 a and beautiful, as an additional inducement to his f lor the above pc.rl all of her cargo be-

tiny ml'utlolllhc fact, that the rt>\'e- to keep them open as public property ; the Committee ARIAB I 1TFELLIGEK I U Dry, country, Ib 6 a 71 customers that of selling them off at cost and ins; engaged or on For passage havingfine '

iueshuuner '!Jt'uer' had to resort to Challt>!'tol1o therefore ask leave to oiler the following; IRON, Engiish, lb 4! a 5 charges, and as an evidence of gratitude for the accommodations, apply on board, or to
get t her flde caulked and few other resolution: = Swedes, Ib 5 a 6
trifling
a i favors heretofore received from his friends and GIBSON & CLAP
POUT OF APALACI11COLA..FebrryjTCLEA1 : Ib ,
'?iB! hicb tli- n.tded.ct t. at th!!* .'atiK t mow Htol\, That the foot of the streets to the Sheet Hoop, lb 8 a 10 8 the public he now gives them an opportunity of Feb 7 22 Water street. -
mf hertion of III'which a
great our country River are public property, and are hereby declared Ib getting bargains, such as they can seldom meet V
--astcou Nail Rod, 64 7.1Carting.
( mw ht-'I"f'tftl'r become the naval depot EL a
open to the River, and all merchandise or with this Merchants To K nfi
tfhttnthas: iiwrlooked h'ud American, lb 4 a 6 in country. from the interior V
.Oiapitied;, to thf construction, we of larce appr yards pria-in other property landed at the f..ot of any street, Fi'b. 9--Ship Columbian! Merriman, for Boston, LUMBER- would do well to call and examine the THE Front offices of Store No.30.Water t

i IF middle: Iud eastern State Ca-ual: navy oherversMwintcil and removed within twenty-four hours, shall netb by I 1) B Wood A: Co. Boardii,'Vhite Pine, M stock which is now oflered a
ntC : with. the 1'ikexvarmneo with which subjeCt to what fie. L"Bark Mitchel.Tiberius, Crowell, for Providence, by T Yellow J 70 a 100 KOPMAX. Dt 1S43. 3G:; Water st.To ,

Ie deielopmcnt of our naval energies has been The, Mayor presented an ordinance: : drawn by Brig Madison Staves, N. C. I would again request thosa knowing -- .
Hoey for New York Let.
osccuted. might nnturally conrjudc that this dir the City entitled an ordinance amertdinij by'm White Oak Heads, l
: Attorney G Porter & Co. ,. H heading their indebtedness to call and settle up without 'THE large and commodious Dwelling
WF Dad its(onnn in an'indiirereriL-e t to our trueor an rdiaance'in relation to taxes; ; ice. :1 ':
passed Schr I) ; the of further.
for New Orleans. notifyingthcm
Gregory necessity
,
''hey! \. la wctional belri hness Yonng LEAD, Bar, a 6 J ; House, lately built on the of Cen- V
how cb.e4i1 corer
;; ; or 21st May, IbJG, which was read, and postponed Feb 10-Ship Jetsiv for [ Feb 7 F. K.
Liverpool, by
th iV account for the extraordinary fart, that; till next'meeting.. J A: Co. heet, Ib a 12 tJ'!'{[ tre and Market sts. To a good tenant i it V
\ir wbuir (aboard l.l Y LIME, bbl rented low. to .
from Norfolk to the Sabinc will be Apply
Ail Ordinance
The hr Marion Price for New Orleans.
bills ,
following and referred ,
were presented ( 25
r MOLASSES gal 28
j.Mieiii ol nearlv two thousand( miles' does not : a Nov 45. 46-3t MILLER Co.
the Feb 11-Brig Metamora Gates for New York Amending an Ordinance, entiled An Ordinance &
to Committee ,
:lurdtiif means of even repairing a sloop of war on Claims, viz : NAVAL STORES, Pitch, bbl 200 a 250Oalwm
niistto the north and edt, in less than one lliou-; C. Wentworth bill for board prisoner", $12 00 by Nourse, Stone Jc Co. bait 8 00 a 100 concerning Retailers Liquor Tavern, &c. House
The mansion
did miles "Feb. 12-Ship Richmond, Mustard, for Liverpool Rosin bbl I 50 SEC. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council ;
: of coast,the means not only for repair.*, John Gannon, bill for draya:e on streets, 7; a 0 -
"tar con 1ruction, are so binsulaily multiplied, Juhl P. Lohuer bill fur work on streets, !00 Bark, by Beaver S Cal. T Tar, bbl 250 a 3 0 of the City of Apalachicola, That so much of APALACHICOLA, FA.
Edmonds for Providence
alUllhr Caesapeake waters we have two-the Mr. Green otlered the resolution, L Mitchel.Feb. by NAILS. keg .431)) a the ordinance of which this is an amendment, THE above house has been leaseifor
4'\"f'\ cardsat Norfolk Washington, and in the flowing OILs, Linseed gal I 100 a 1 25 the of dollars for licence for the subscribers
tof ; which was adopted : 13-Bark ]Marv Smith, Blancnard, for Olive bottle 50 57 a imposes sum fifty ; pV a term of year, by !
Mdssackasett a
?, two others-one at Port- Boston retailing malt or spirituous liquors, be repealed, who most respectfully infonA
uutt land i Hesh'cJ. That paupers who continue in the by D Wood & Co. Sperm gal 112 a 1 50 I S! ,
''eDC f !a the one fout'uern at oton.section There of is great deli- Poor House, through the influence of vicious Bark, John Brow er, Suto'n, for Boston, by D Lard, gal'ranniers' and that the sum of thirty dollars be inserted in I _,I,! I their friends, and the public, that

;It'cts rrrpdtatum\( for naval defence our country where, as it habits, ought; to be supported at. the expense of B Wood & Co. gal lieu thereof. Passed January iS, 1846.- they are no\\ptepre to accommo- i

,,*y be rnost 1 needed! to protect the rich, and exu- the County of Franklin and that conference be Schr Swan, Webber, for Havana, by T H & Castor bottle I 75 a 20 E. C. ROBERTS, Mayor. date regular or visitors, in a t'

raat *".>n which has its outlet! in the fctrJlts off held with. the Comity Commissioners as to the C I Austin. PROVISIONS, Pork u Mess. bbl it) 00 a 155 WM. VALi/EAif, Clerk. manner that cannot fail to -give entire SatlS-

loRda w the even of war, every means would expediency of letting all such persons' occupy M.O. bbll4Oo) a 1 On faction. \
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A .
Itill
TED.Fe Prime bbl1300 54) Consignment. '
,'tat, dittttto and laable afford, products a permanent issuing protection forth for' "its' the Jail cf said county, at the expense of said !,. 9-Steam Scar Florida, Cliff, fm New Bacon Hams, Ib 10 a a 11) THE subscriber has just received from the The and establishment newly furnished has been throughout thoroughly and repaired is;
county. Orlp u beautiful lot .
t"e n5. .0 canvassed, Ib 11 a 12 and publishers a >
.'butary' us. and, promoting now tendering the I prosperity all Europe not On motion of Mr. Guyon, seconded by Mr. Feb. 10'-Schr November, Doune, fm Kingston Sides, Ih 9 a 10 of Paper Hangings, Foolscap and Letter Paper, better prepared for the reception of traveler- j
''] [ Peck Dr. Green confer with Ja. Shoulders Ib 8 9 particularly families-than at any perio.As
Z.Ito' ut \ which produce them, hut a't the was requested to a Day Hooks, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer V
,t' the weath.! I'owerand al randizementown'i the County Commissioners on the subject. SteamerSteamer r Agnes, Rynear, fm Chattahoochee LARD, Ib 10 a 11 Books, etc., which he offers very low. no expense or labor has been spare to ft

f 0 e lnion Through the Florida! lream MrGu>on offered the following resolution, Champion; Cadwiilldder, fm Columbus. BVUfR, Ib 18 a 2 Feb 7 F. KOPMAN. house: for their accommodation, I
f Souhc commerce 1n'alllab.1p. productions which was adopted : Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Eufaula. CUFESE, Ib 8 a shall be, to render all comfortable who may faVor i t i
Steamer Augusta Hall fiom Columbus. bbl Notice ,
rohna' POTATOES, 250 a with their *.
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Resolved, That the Finance Committee bp 35 us patronage. V
'on f
I flcky! Tentae4e Mi isaippi Louisiana, :Mis- and they hereby to the Steamer Pnytona, Greer, from Columbus. PEANUTS, bush 5 a IS hereby given, that the sloop Oregon has this C. H. MATilER. ,.
required
& are City
i
l ;. laaa and<* "hnois.! All the produce oft present Steamer Emily, Roland, fm Columbus. RiCE, cwt a 6005PICFS day been put in the entire and exclusive possession N. F. BARRY.Garden .
> ? account for moneys advanced the County of Steamer Viola Van Columbus. .* :
ario5 Veghlen, T.tm Cassia, Ib: 24 a
States 2 of G. and Anson Hancock
Henry Guyon ,
that
of South Carol
'ad except IV Franklin for building the County Jail, arid endeavor Steamer Lotus,, Robertson, tm Columbus. Cloves lb 37& a 5 ____!o. 15, 1845. 4oU. 1/
must for and that
.. flo1rgtit pass through the btraits of' Steamer part owners, a limited period, no "
Barnet fm Eufaula.
Enfaula 9
to settle said Jb
account Ginger root, a ,
: Gal .only practicahle outlet of theeZicob debts contracts hereafter made for and on account Seeds.
or
rat ; Steamer Boston Morton fm Columbus. h 12
The Council then till ground, Jb n a
Jf t which is thus constituted adjourned, Thursday of said sloop will be the same fresh, just received and for f
Steamer paid, unless
re. Columbus Garrard, from Columbus. Ib 2 12 a 2 '
WARRANTED
05(: sea evening, 19th inst. at 7 o'clock.PASSENGERS.. Nutmegs 5
41t4! ,o C. as much so as the? Mediler- Pepper, lb 18 a are made with the consent of said Guyon and J. C. ALLEN

(h'.t! :h"[ to the northeast trade wind which __ _____ -- __ ___o_ _____ _. ___ ___ SUGAR N. Orleans Ib 54 a 7J Hancock. EBENEZER HOYT, Jan. 24 Druggist. .
South,.and the island of Cuba and LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. _ _ r
4.1aliatus CIOtag I It the SHIPS Old crop i4. o. Ib 6 a 7- W. C. LAWRENCE. .
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on
ca8it. Lime.
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AU the tat B Amar Carver 435 tons fm Charleston waiting Loaf, Ib 12 a 14 Apalachicola, Feb. 3, 1846. 6-3t ,
,
1 tl1" enumerated are highly interested Per learner Champion-Gen John Dill; MessrsWakefield I arrive schr Christiana
CASKS to
t I u Master. SALT, Liverpool, bush 100 a 112 O KA\ per ; ;
lb: 1I }he( ff o T Mexico?} of an efficient naval depot and Stow. Ocean Queen, McBride, tons, for Liverpool Coarser bush 62! a 75 Lime Q\J daily expected, for sale hy < V, -:,
at. : embracing all the ele- Per steamer Lotus-Mr Smith, lady,. and 80 ,
tl jecesary for the repairs, construction, and esrvant; Mesrs Adams, Price and chid loading-J Day A: STEEL, Casts cwt 18 a 2500German1 300 BBLS. Thomaston for sale in lots to jar .44 OHAS. ROGERS &. CO. .

I D *for southern Lovelace, MCSSH Roberts Wellborn Bell patch-W A te P C Kain. SOAP. lb a Feb 7 D. B. WOOD Co. Goods: on '
tne.P Perry
"By bervice.: \ &
IIJ\ cf the strong current of the Gulforgla and Hawkins.Per Oneco, Drew, 640 tons, for Liverpool, loading- SPIRITS, Brandy Cognac, gal 25 a 350 SMALL assortment of Goods, consistng ofCoflfce .
\, tiayat, IrCtlon Could be afforded to steamer Emily-M Koonts Nourse, Stone Ac Co and Harper & Holmes. Gin, Holland, gal a 1 7' John Spence* A. Tea, Soap, Candles, -

d dllipcuch and So fro th farohnar with as much facility Per Steamer .Augusta-Miss Owens, Miss -L Ocean, Willurd, 567 tons, for Liverpool, loading Rum I American N. E. gal gal 31 40 a a 45 CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER, Gunpowder, Brandy, tc., .is offered at NewP"CeNOURSE.

V' r.btrlnava : 'a. 88 from any of Hurd, Dr Lockhart Messrs Sal&bery, Clark, D -M abler. York Invoice '
this -
in
in business '
f&1 force" renSv0"8} : *' and, on the contrary, ira Rambo, J W Hamond. Louisa, Tay, 323 tons, for Boston,with dispatch- Whiskey Red1 gal 2 a 2 HAS engaged 5 STONE cb. V. "
&
Alcohol who
gal a and be found, by all jan31
Chas Rogers & Co. 62 city, may .
at Portsmouth Bos- Per steamer Peytona-Miss H Hardtn. Miss G i
,
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V Id.blr tw.lor r ork ou' r NX Ik- would l he as un- Hardin. Capt Henry Allen Messrs S F Grimes, Sabbattis, Cox, 447 tons, for Liverpool, loadingJ SKINS, Bear Deer 1 7a a 20 desire his services, at the shop of Bagging and Rope

)Sexie.. r frand commerce in the Gulfbe James IcJaLC JohnSeelv, I R J Moses. Day Ac Co. 'I Wm. C. Lawrence, Merchant T.ilor. Al work GOOD article of Power 'Loom V V

r II\d\ fonhl dVal force! at Brest or Cherbourg Per steamer ufllla-Iis Mary \Velborn, Edwin. Pierce, 339 tons, fm New York, waiting SHOT, al.sizes, Jb Ib 12 5i a a 75 6i done by him will be warranted ithe style, A Basins and god Rope for sale Ktntut ,

htrcurnrn r0tT10.nofll'c! South of France Mis Jane Taylor, Me&srs J Wellborn, Wm 'L Mitche. 45 and customers will not have as he is NOURSE STONE CO. V ;
TEA Ib 1 00Souchng ,
Young Hyson a jan31
; for &
.J. ,iP8 S: the Jiterranean< Indeed" Pone. Gardiner, tons, New York with lb 50 a 75 determined strictly and promptly, to attend to V V

Ie iS tS nlera{ Porls would be still less Per steamer Viola-Miss Mary Scott, Miss dispatch-D Wood & Co. TIN, all business in his line that may te entrusted to I/imc-Afioat. .
4n J0r e French, "hips under those cif- Sarah Jones, Messrs J B Green, F Ii E Browne.'Per BARQUE. :
tel' TWINE Baling, Ib 18 a 20 him. CASKS Thomaston for sale by .:
Sarah 401 tons, from New York. ,
OW.1DK to
the Columbus John C '
circuitous Mangham.
her
round navigavtoS steamer Sheaf 500 .
V 1111 Cuba, the Per bteamer Boston-Mr Schifler. J Day fc Co. Seine, lb 40 a 50 January 10, 1846. Jan 24 D. B.- \VOOD &Co.SALT. :
of 6tronR
Gold I4ke the W C!fof Florida render necessary, Per steamer Agnes-Mrs Hinkley, Miss Me- Ann Welsh Magna, 381 tons, for New York, with WINES, aderia, gal 1 0 a 3 0 Thos. Clark, -5--- -

cb the GulfoT thirty!} to fifty days for a fleet to.A11..ntie Gowan, Messrs Cunningham and McGowan. dispatch-Nourse, Stone & Co. Champagne4 doz1l0 0 a 150 BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, .-3300 sack Liverpool coarse cargo of '.' : Z
Mrxico from any port on our Due de Orleans, Robertson, fin New York waiting on this business ship Ocean Queen, for sale by : '

'hleb It co*0' The Natchez sloop of war, EXPORTS.LIVERPOOLPer Master. Exchange. CONTINUE carry, two doors below _Jan_24 V_ _J.DAY&.CO.S_ : I:
era 01'th "my FW* in the fulfilment of the Empire, Keazer, 285 tons, for Boston, loading at sight on New York, for Bale by .y"; V ::1 ,' V
CHECKS the Hotel on Centre street.- For sale sums to suit purchaser V
Ito : of July last, took thirty-four hip Jessie-2017 bales cot- Chas Rogers& M. WRIGHT City SPECIE- i
cetfr ISAAC workmen he is con- WOOD & Co. 'V1. i
prtcedi" Kew'York to i'ensacoU and the Robert 'Val tons, fm Liverpool, 1 Having superior D. B. .
; ton.Per Feb 7. 6.1m 3 Columbus block. '
Dawson & Co. him fine V > ,V
nip was fifty-six days into ship Richmond-1374 bales cotton., waiting-Hi. all who may patronize wi January iO, 1846. '

Z110Wmodore Dallas from ew-York BOSTON-Per ship Columbian-1350 bales iotton tons, for New York, with AUction. they called at the right shop. Calf ,

Ft4l\ce\ dispatch-Chas Rogers & Co. Boots, or Shoes,made to order, A Card. V .
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'ttfftQ uated precisely with respect to the. Per bark Mary' Smith-918 bales cotton. BRIGS. HEZ. R. WOOD Auctioneer.XXTILL of the latest fashion and most approved style. to close our,business in this place ,
0{Meli ,al found the. United States are to the Per hark John Brower-899 bales cotton.PROVIDENCEPer Mar Willis,,- tons, Rogers, from Barbadoes be soll to close consignment on Sat.V All mending; &c., done with neatness and promptitude WISHING prepared to sell our extensive stock' *-. .. + S \
I deo It to establish her Master. V urday,2lstinstantit A. M., "
: Dayal at Toulon neceNary i and Spain, with her bark Tiberius-8S2 bales CayugaCurrier. 237 'tons, for New York, withdispatchDodge bbls and 5 butts 1 and on terms that cannot' fail to be re of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, 'Hats &c., at :: V
mfltatFerrol and cottnn.> & Pratt. 1 Whie.Vinegr cognised in keeping with the competition in unusually low prices for cash oracceptancs : (V V I
I another at adiz imof ,
H U 2 a '
het ,Med't,the Itra1f.a Gibraltar' could net,pro. Per bark Beaver-757 bales' cotton. Amereapl Post, 256 tons, for New York, loading :single arid 1 d ubl barrel Shot Guns trade and the con.e of the times. Merchants and others visiting tbis city, will fine, .._ .'. I
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r !n id ZTiQtan" commerce. without anobltmAt NEW YORK-Per'brig, Madisn- -our Stone& Co. ;i jan7 3-6t V it to theirnterei examine' our stock befcnf-: .
Desk V
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.at CutlJagen&fl .- ,cotton. V Delaware, Bor en, 214 tons, for Fall River, load'ingWm t large Counting.rom' black, blue arid: red,Ink. .Also,copy .purcb V
: t be the United Slatfs. Then Per brig Metarnora-579 bales cotton. T Wood.V Also. a vait..rf Gro ,! _Terms, Cash. RENT'4 ,J.STEVENsON&Co" : i.: :" .
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V bee !1 oar Mediterranean, aod PtnsaC1lclUf''oulow NEW echr D S' Virginia, Talbot, 249 ton for-,New York leading ;WOOD 8r. Co. ''. for sale by C. A Uchieola Jan. 12, 1813 : .. : '
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u SERIES Statc'Tax Collector's Sale. irifi N i ci Errjal Notftt New and Fashionable Fall""

OF THE PUBLIC OTICE is hereby given that six WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 0
CONGRESSIONAL: GLOBE AND APPENDIX. after date I will expose to sale at !
Ti) BE STEREOTYPED. public outcry, opposite the Court House door, Fi'auklinCjrcsjtCoiirt. Franklin Circuit Court.IN THE subscriber begs leave to call the u. '
THE the mode of( journalizing IN CHANCERY. CHANCERY. his customer and country merckt-:
unl2rigncJ originated in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin, .
the proceedines of Congress which presented The following Lots, lying and being in said City, Alphonse Loubat, Apalachicola, December Term, 1845. PATENT ( J :I an extenive assortment of good, which ,' It

them entire. Their publication was the as the property of the following persons, for Comp't, D. K. Dodge, Compl't,} Bill Quia timet. ____ just received from New York, prsipAr! '
each successive vs. and i I And for partition of Real SIX BARREL S and which he oflers the
first and only one that. pave step Taxes due said State for the year 1S45, as per LF.nEVOL o t tt-
in every measure in both branches of Congress, plan of City. John Gorrie, Henry R. Decree of Foreclosure. James C. Watson, et. ( Estate known as the VINO A!PISTOLS.>1> Among which may be found the following ,;

a brief of all the debates; erery important vote; : lAts. HlHfJsOwntrs.\ | Taxrit. Taylor and Raphael al Repondants. J Columbus Property. English and American CMicoesevervd.
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full all _: J. Moses, McDOUGALD, Duncan McDougald Schrotd Ombre Cashmeres,
and an Appendix, including at length Assigneeof DANIEL Joseph I'rinte Rep'd Cashm,
the revised speeches delivered during the session. 2 1U Campbell, $ o H. R. Taylor, several defendants to the Bill of DEALER IN FANCY HARDWARE, FINE Muslin de Lames, a extensive bl ,.I i
is t 9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 60 I above referred to and all others interested sortment, uTarlton <
them
The work thus conducted by a mo per- Def'ts Complaint CUTLERY, PERFUMERY, &c. &c.
led political history. The Senators from the IS 112: R. McKenzie, 30 BY virtue of a Decree of Foreclosure made in will take notice that in pursuance of thefollowing Corner Water and Chtstmtt sis. Muslnt white and colored,
section 7 and 12 m Wm. Mathers or assigns 2 05!; decretal order issued by the Hon. '
States and the Representatives from every cause, on the 20th of Dcc last, I will MU3ln
of the Union bring with them into Congress a ,1 2S Dr. Meacham, 40' expose to sale at public auction to the highest Thomas Balzel Judge, at the last DccemberTerm Apalachicola, Florida. Ombre Zephyr ,
knowledge of the feelings, sentiments, and interests 1 J H. N. Morris, SO bidder on the 7th day February nest, in front of Court, sitting as a Court of Fine Pen and Pocket Knives, Razors, Damask and Essingle Silk Shawl,
ol their several constituencies. Public .1 1 1G 14 David Seldon, :55; of the premises, Lots No Six and Thirteen in Chancery, I shall expose for sale in front of the Fine Scissors, Chapman's Razor Strops, Embosse Morine and Muslin de S V

opinion and the public information, as it exists and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60 Bock C, 1, with the improvement thereon, and Exchange, at 12 o'clock, on the second day of Elegant Port Folios, for ladies, Cockerill Caps and Line,', *

among those they represent, are embodied by 21 22 Chittenden's Estate, 30 to the purchaser thereof Deed or Deeds March next, the property hereinafter describe steel l Pens and Pen Holders, Fancy MilU,'Gloves,Cuf Hed.drese,! *,
them; and in the criciblo of Congress the wisdom JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff, for the same as Master in Chancery. or so much thereof as may be necessary Fine Gold Diamond Point Pens, Victoria and Grass .
of our times is brought to its test, and is and ex-Officio State Tax Collector. Terms wade known on the day of sale. the purposes of said Decree, which said Decree is lIed, Black, and Indelible Ink, Patent Inkstands, Ericsson and Ombre Trimmings,
there concentrated, in directing the political Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 1816. 4-6m WILLIAM VALLEAU, in the words following, to wit :-" And it further Fine Letter Paper, fine Gold and Silver Pencils, Silk and Fancy Velvet Sash Ribbons,

movements of the whole country. The impulsesthus about to close their business Clerk of Cir. Court and Master in Chancery. appearing by the said (Master's) Report, that the Fancy Soaps, Genuine German Cologne, Hosery l of descriptions,
present
BEING of said Decree have been Fine Perfumes for Handkerchiefs, Bear's Oil, Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs
given through Congress from every quarter now offer for sale their large Apalachicola, Jan. 3, 1816 l-'ti several purposes fullyanswered ,
react upon the nation as a whole, and all its com- and well selected stock of Boots Shoes except as to the claims of said Company Toilet Mirrors, fine Hair and Tooth Brushes, Carpeting and Negro Cloth,
poncnt parts we made to move in coperition.The Hats, Caps, &c., at grcatly Clothing reduced, prices, for, Western Circuit of the State of against Daniel McDougald, whose interest Dressing and fine Tooth Combs, Flannels, Apron Checks,
press cannot be more usefully employ han cash Fl orftia. has been transferred to Duncan McDougald, 3ents. SUpcnders, Silk and-Fancy Purses, Bleached and Brown Sheetings andOver
in condensing: and again spreading abroad the intelligence only. IN FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT. which said interest is subject to a lien for the indebtedness Morocco Pocket Books, Dress, and Frock Cots, Sir.lg
of our free country tending to such COATS : Henry D. Darden, ) Ass4impsit by attachment. of the said Daniel. It is hereby Or- Ladies' Fine Feather Fans, Feather Dusters, Cassimcre and Sattinet Pants,
happy results through our nwt miraculously adjusted Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coats; Plaintiff. Sum demanded, dered and That the Master in this case Violins and Violin Strings, Tweezers, Silk, Satin and Fancy Vests,
> State and ational inst itution.s. ]BPk, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do. vs. $11,339 12. advertise (Decree of said Daniel, now trans- Key Rings, Sewing and Knitting Needles. Flannel Muslin and Hickory Shirt

Having identified ourselves with the plan of Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do. Daniel McDougald, 1 Bond filed in $24,000. ferred to Duncan McDougald, and sell the same, Astral Lamps, new style: Negro Pants, Jackets, &c &c.

advancing the usefulness of Congress by publish- Tweed cassimerc: sack and frock do. Defendant. or so much thereof may be necessary to fulfil Gothic Camphine Lamps ; Side Lamps, Calf, Seal and Water-proof Bot

ing full and impartial report*, and having a large Kentucky Jeans frock and dress, do. THE defendant and all others interested will the purposes of this Decree, in thirty days from Camphine Spirit, in any quantity, Calf, Kip and Russett r n',

inass: of the Congressional; Globe and Appendix, PANTS : notice that this suit was commencedby t the first day of February, 1816 t unless the amount DOUBE-BARRELLED GUNS and RIFLES. Ladies' fine colored and black Kid
i :*ued during th& last ten years, which would be Blue and bl'k cloth Pants; attachment issued 15th March, IS ;.from due and owing to the general fund by the said Also-A general assortment of STATIONERY, I c Walking Shoes, Slipp
impaired in Value to us and utility to the public Super bl'k doe kin caCl!!. Pant; Franklin Superior Court in the Apalachicola Daniel, and for which a lien exists upon the &.c. &.c. for sale cheap for cash. I I colored and black Gaiter BOb,
if the work wore discontinued, we have a double Plain stripe and fig'd do. do; District of the Territory of Florida, returnable shares and fractional shares transferred to Duncan Apalachicola 18,1315. 42-3m Val iefy of Misses and Children Shoes and Booh

motive to prompt us to extend it throngh a new Sattinett and Tweed do. do; to May Term, IS j;, of said Court-that the paid McDougald is paid on or before the day on Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats, '

erie!. We are resolved if possible to give it permanence Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do; writ 'bath by operation of law, been transfered to which said sale is ordered, in pursuance of this Hunting Hats and Cloth Caps, \

and to hand it down to successors as a VESTS : Franklin Circuit Court in the Western Circuit of Decree, to wit:-The sum of one thousand eight A04r Fine Cutlery, Toys, &c. &c.
frtandard work worthy of bring maintained: and Plain black satin Vests; the State of Florida, that a declaration hath been hundred and twenty two 80-100 dollars, and the Together with a general variety of other Gocdi

improved. We shall enter upon our new undertaking Fig'd: do. do. do; fed if said cause by leave of the Court at the interest accruing and to accrue thereon from the too numerous to mention. He rrpedfuUJ .
-without being distracted or burdened by Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests; present Fall Term, IS 15, and that the defendantis dJtc of this Decree, the following being the pro- vifes you to call and examine for

any associate labor of the pres ; and, thus un- -ALSO- hereby notified that he is required to appear perty of said Duncan McDougald a set forth in he i!satisfied that he can offer yourelvel
mcumbered, shall hope to make the new seriesa White linen and muslin: shirts; and plead to the declaration filed in said case according the Decree of Partition, viz-Seven: undivided, -* as will ensure him a share of p
step in advance of the former in all points of Figured; do. do. do. to lw.V.. G. M. DAVIS, eighth parts of Share E., containing Lots number FRANCIS KOPMAN.
-xecutio' With a view to accomplish this, we Merino shirts and drawers; TIO IAS H. HAGNER, 7 and J block G. 1, and the improvements.Lots Nov 3. Old stand, Balfzell's Buildings

shall be (one or the other) always in attendancein Silk and cotton shirts and drawers; Attorneys of Plaintiff. 7 adI4, block G2 ; lots Nos. 1,19 the cure of Dwpepsia or Indigestion, Bil!- -

Congress-will compare the manuscript of Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders: Cravats, __Dated Dec.P _19_,H 1S15.__'____51-3m_ and 20, block G 2; lots Nos. 9 and 10, block 8 ; FOR and nervous Headache, Constipation, New Dry Goods !

our own reporters with the daily reports of the and Scarfs; In Circuit Court for Jackson Co, lots Nos. 1 and 10, block 38. Part of wharf lot Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu- THE SUBSCRIBER having just received aaj
city papers-correct all by our own observationand Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton J Hose; Frances Beatty, ) No. 27, being thirty-seven and a half feet north lency, &c. For pale! wholesale and retail, by his splendid stock of NEW DRY

knowledge of the proceedings; and in important Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and vs. V BILL FOR DIVORCE. westwardly_ .. from. a ,point one. .hundred. and .fifty Nov 5. J. C._ ALLEN, Dru git. GOODS, at his store adjoining the Drug Ew
matters where that will not assure us of the Caps; also, a very large assortment of Hoots I James Beatty. ) leet IN.>. % irom' unerry street ran 01 vvnari- Tarrant's lishment of J. C. Allen/respectfully invite .
Compound Extract of
fidelity of the reports i we will procure the aid of and Shoes, &c. MILLER & Co. defendant will take notice that I have lot number 1, being thirly-seven and :half feet Cubebs and public to call and examine- for them- ",_- j

the members themselves, to obtain the exact Paints Oils and Glass. THE fcd in the office of the Clerk of said Court, north westwardly from a point one hundred and Copayia. Among this new stock, are the following articles,
Stands
scope of their rem trk!;. The work, thus authen- interrogatories to be proposed to John Durham, fifty feet N. W. from Leslie street. Six and one _V unrivalled for its viz:-
GIBSON & CLAPP.iHOLEALE
ticated, will be stereotyped, which is a guarranty : John P. Mayo, Darling Stewart and John Stew- fourth acres of land, being part of a fifty acre lot efficacy; it performs a cure Calicoes,beautiful patterns and latest fashions;
that we will make it.as perfect as it is possiblefor '\ :; AND RETAIL DEALERS IN art, and that on the second Saturday in February conveyed by this Decree in part to D. K. Dodge 7 flIi in : few days-no confine- Mousline deLaines and Fancy Ginghams;
Paints, Oils, Varnishes' Window : restriction
Turpentine 5tcIk ment
in diet
/ or
us to make it, as we could not incur the expense Glass, &c., next, I shall proceed to take the depositions of and others, said six and one.fourth acres havinga It will Amiens, a rare and splendid article for Laditf
of stereotyping it, if we did not feel confi- Will keep hand said witnesses, at the Court House in the town line three hundred and sixty-eight 95-100 feeton I jis\ necessary. be Dresses;
dent of its superiority over all works of the kind constantly on a good assortment of Marianna. A. H. BUSH PlfPs Locust street, by seven hundred and thirty- I \ invaluablebeing pre- Silk and Worked Shawls;
of MIXED: PAINTS of All colors, for Steam ; Att'y.Mananna I jj''! pared with the greatest Ladies' and *
which have: been or are likely to be published. I Dec. 30, S15.1 seven O .1fJ0 feet deep. Gentlemen fine Worsted and
Stereotyping the work will enable us to supply Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together witha Three undivided fourth parts of Share F. containing I n .1P4)1! possible care, upon well Cotton Hose;

lost or mutilated numbers:, which we will do, variety articles in the painting line, too numerous AT CHAlIfR', DEC. 5, Is 15. lot number 8, block G 1 ; lot number 13, \ I tested: principle, f.unded A fine assortment of Domestics of variotu
without any charge tor them. to mention. Franklin Court. Florida. block G 1. \. -V. I upon that important law, widths an? colors;
The Congressional Globe ;is made up of the House, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting, and Fall Term. Lots Nos. 8 and 13, block G 2. .. -pg. first: established by the celebrated Jaconet, Swiss and FiuH Muslins;

dally proceedings of the two Houses of Congress.The Glazing, done with neatness and despatch, at IN CHANCERY.John Lots :Nos. and 11, block C 1. Dr. Fcidyce, \7; Cotton Laces; Insertinc numerous ;
speeches of the members are condensed, to moderate prices, for cash. Gorrie, On bill to foreclose Lots Nos. :and 6, block 6. t that a combination of similar Ladies' fine Caps al kinds; pater

bring them into a readable/length. All the reso- 22: Water street, Apalach icola. \s. mortgage on certain Part of wharf lots number 27 and 25, being remedies would produce a more certain Children's ditto, ditto;

lutions offered, or motions made, are given in the Jan. 10, IS 15. Lewis P. Moseley, and) propcrty, to wit : Lots thirty-seven and a half feet north westwardly speedy, and considerable effect' than any equivalent Red, Yellow and White Flannels;

mover's own words; and the yeas and nays on all Perfumery. his wife Ann Mo e. ( No. 9 and 2 in mock from a point 187J feet N. W. from Cherry street; dose of ary single one. In many cases the Gentlemen's and Boys fine Hats and Cap

the important questions. It is printed with smalllypebrevier COLOGNE, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex- Icy, formerly Ann No one, i la the City of and part of lots 14 and 15, being thirty-seven anda disease. For is entirely sale by prevented by its timely application Gents. Lamb'.q-wnl Under-shirts and ;

and nonpeil-on a double royal Jassmine, Amber, Portugal, Gillsspie. J Apalachicola. half feet north westwardly from a point one Nov J. C. ALLEN Drusaisf Silk and Straw Bonnets;
sheet! in quarto form, each number containing &c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Roses, &.c. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, hundred and eighty-seven and a half feet north ; & Umbrellas and Parasols;
sixteen royal ouarto nazes.. Jan 24 J. ALLEN. I that the above named defendants, Lewis P. west from Leslie street. Six and one-fourth J. C. Coleman, Beautiful Ribbons; Cord and Tassels;
The Appendix iJ. made up of the President's Moseley and his wife Ann Moseley, formerly Ann acres, being part of a fifty acre lot conveyed in MERCHANT. : TAILOR I Alapacas, &.c. &c. &,c.
annual message, the reports!! of t the principal officcrs -i- WHEN the body is subject to many chang Jillespie, reside beyond the limits of said :State, part: by this Decree to D. K. Dodge and others, Together with a general and well selected

of the Government that accompany it, and es, it requires medicine. Sudden changes!; from hut residents of the United State:, to wit, the I the said six and one fourth acres having a line ,North Store, Simmons' Building, Commeree-st. assortment of
all the long speeches, of members of Congress, very hot, to chilly weather, are unfavorable to State of Alabama. // is therefore ordered, That three hundred and sixty-eight 95-100; feet front TAKE method of informing Ladies'fine Boots and Shoes;

written out or revised by themselves It is printed health ; and it is a fact universally admitted, that the said defendants be required to appear and answer on Locust street, by seven hundred and thirty- frend!and the public generally Gentlemen's ditto; ditto;
in the same form as the Congressional Globe, heat and moisture are powerful agents in producing the said Bill Complaint, on or before the seven 90-100 feet deep. he has just rcceivefrom < Boys ditto, ditto;

and usually makes about the same number of disease, and that constant dry and constantwet sixth day of April next, or in default: thereof, that Also, seven undivided eighth part of Share G. I New York, per late arrif&r Gentlemen's Ready-made Clothing, consisting of

paes.We: weather are both favorable to its generation ; the same be taken as confessed against em. containing lot Nos. !and 12, block G 1. I r\f ,'alc, his Fal and Winter Fash- Frock and Box Coats;
print the numbers as fast as the proceeding t does not signify; what we call it: it may be ague; And it *i.* further onlcJ'rt That a copy of this Lots Nos. !and 12, block G 2. f \ ftions, and i prepared to do all Fine Sattinett and Cashmere Pantaloons;
: of Congress furnish enough matter for a num i may be bilious fever; it may be yellow fever; order be published Advertiser, Lot No. 2, block G 2, and lots Nos. 1, 'and *Kn? work in his line of business: in the Coarse Cotton and Worsted ditto;
ber. During the first month or six weeks of a it maybe dysentery; it may be rheumatism; it a newspaper published in the city of Apalachico- 5, block 20. : 1 latest and most improved stvle. Fine Satin and Worsted \et3
session! there is rarely more business! done than may be bronchitis ; it may be cholic ; it may be la, for four months successively. Part of wharf lot No. 23, being thirty-seven anda Every article of Clothing made to And for the J Juveniles, a assortnrent of
will make one number of the Congressional Globe constipation ot the bowels; it may be inflammation I (Copy-Teste.) half feet along the River from a point north west order., with readiness and despatch Pictorial Books! and Toys of all dwcripfimw.
and one number of the Appendix a weeek; but of the bowels; it may inflammation of the I WILLIAM VALLEAU, wardly two hundred and twenty-five feet northwesfwardly ; and on terms that cannot failtosuitcustomers. Together with various r.ther articles to nmivr-
during the remainder of a session there is usually stomach; it may be a nervous affection ; but still December 13, IS I 15. 5l-.lm() Clprk from Cherry street, and part of wharf He has also just received an assortment Gus to mention: all of which the subscriber offer
sufficient matter for two or three numbers of each it is disease. and a disease curable by the BRAN- -- lot No. 15, being thirty-seven and a half feet on of Fal and Winter Heady-made Clothin?-con- at low prices for CASH only.
every week. The next session: will be a longone DRETH PILLS, because they remove all impurities Franklin Sllel"iol Court. the River, north westwardly from a point two si ; of Coats, Pant, Vests Cotton and Wollen N. SEYMOUR.Apnlachirola .
and it is supposed!: will be unusually inter from the body, all that can in any manner : William Wright, ) hundred and twenty-five feet north westwardly Shirts, ditto ditto Drawers-and every article of Oct. 2-;, 154. fmDry

eating! ; therefore, we calculate that the Congressional -i feed the further progress of the malady; no matter vs. Attachment for $5000. from Leslie street ; and also six and one fourth wearing; apparel necessary to comfort-,which will

L Globe and Appendix will make near one' how called ; thus these pills are not only the mo t Daniel McDoujald. ) acres of land, being part of a fifty acre lot, and be sild on the most reasonable terms. GoOds and
subscribers
for sale
thousand large; quarto pcses, printed in small proper madicine, but generally the only medicinethat THE Defendant and other persons interested! having a line of three hundred and sixt '.ei ht Thankful for the evry liberal patronage lie has THE stock otJr Goods a large. rea ia-
.. type-brevier and nonpareil. We furnish complete need or ought to be used. hereby notified of the institution of the feet 95-100 on Locust street, by seven hundredand heretofore received, from the public, he i is deter Dry coiuiating
indexes to both at tile end of a session. Jan 21 1 For sale by J. C. ALLEN. above suit, and arc required to plead accordingly. thirty-seven 91-J' 00 feet deep. mined by strict attention to business, and a desire part ofNegro and Lin
We have on hand the Congressional Globo and ------ --- ---- -- (;Eo. S. HAWKINS, Terms of.sale, Cash. to please his cu.tomer to merit its contin- Kerseys eys,
Appendix for the last: twelve sessions of Congress 50 BBLS. Pilot Bread ; GO kegs Butter Crack- J. C. SMITH, WILLIAM VALLEAU uance. White and Red Flannels,

of which five were long and seven: were ers Soda and Wine Biscuit, for sale by A tt'ys for Plaintif. Master in Apalachicola, Oct. 11, 115. -11-3m Plain and Fancy Jeans
Chancery.
DODG}; & PRATT, ._ Double twilled Tweed,
ffhort sessions. The Congressional Globe and Appendix Apalachirola, March 19, 1S45.19 Apalachicola, Feb 2 IS.16. G-t ------ ---- ----
for each session are bound together in excellent Nov 22_40 Water street. Cabinet Work Shop. Super fancy Casamere,
GeorgeS.hlawkins, 1 subscriber is in readiness Super English and French Cloths,
binding:, with Russia backs and corners. For Sale Attachment! Franklin Sans Souei. now .
Our prices for them, thus: bound) together, are $3a IIHDS. New Orleans] Sugar, by A. G. Semmes vs. (t Circuit Court, Damages above House, for many years known as I I manufacture new, or repair old, Whitney Blankets, 10, 1 and 12 qra.Dufnl .
volume for short and volume for 2 5 THE f Furniture, with promptness ord de Blankets, 9 & 10 qrs.
a $5 a a long MYERS & MITCHEL, John T. Smith. $1500. Merchants' and Planters' Exchange," Denim
session, making; !&16 for a full set. Those who Nov 1:. 36 Water st. defendant is hereby notified of the insti ha!, at considerable labor and expense, been fitted $ (the patronage-of his:ollpa( >'. Brown Kremlins and and Cotorade( ,

want the hack volumes should apply for them h____ THE of the above suit by attachment returnable up in a convenient style, for the purpose of rendering ) and hopes by strict to Cotton Shirting Sheeting,
in demand. The last KEGS WHITE LEAD ; orders to gain some new one Osnnburgs,
immediately, as they are now landing all comfortable who favor it with
1O0 to theSpringTerm, IS 10, of said Court, may Cotton !
subscribed t for hundred and twentix from Edwina PETER HOBART. Driin.and Ticfcrng,
Congress two )- ship and for sale by their patronage. Choice WINES and LIQUORSwill
at which lime he is required to and plead.A. Linen
sets; and it i is probable that the next will jan73! _B S. HAWLEY. G. SEMMES appear for plfts. always be served out to those who are so: fjC5; Shop in third story of Brick Building, Corner Irish Linen Coton !, j
Aty Chestnut and Water Shirting and Sheeting, i
subscribe! for at least as many more, as! the proceedings T UMBEIL-7,000 feet White Pinne, for sale Jan. 2, 19f). 1-tf unfortunate a yet to be without the pale of the -- 5t5. Nov S. Cotton Shirting' and Sheetir*, j

of Congress for the last eight years cannot JLt by D. B. WOOD & Co. --. - Tetotal Abstinence: Society," and who believe Tarraiit's Effervescent Seltzer Beached, French and American Prints, ]
be procured from any other source, Gales & with the noel.ThatHeaen., l5II
January 10, 154(1. Sttrmtnfstrators' NotItci.NOTICESix Aperient. and twilled ,
,plain
super Ginghams
Seaton bavins! stormed. nrintinz! their Rezister; of _,_______u____ ____h_____________n_. ____ ;in kindness gave the RENEWED, and an invigorated Super Cashmere d'Ecos,
Debates in 1537. :A few hundred copies of the Notice. gape HEALTH
; months alter date the under To cheer both great and small; : condition of bodv, producedby Extra Muslin de Lame,
super
first volume is all have hand. indebted to the late firm of Ham-
we on persons
That little fools
will drink
ALL apply to the Judge of Probate too much, the use of EFFERVESCENI'SELTZER
Scotch and American do.
English,
The next session of Congress will be a longone & Co or S. B. Hamilton, are reques- wi But great ones not at all. \J'ArT'S
for the Jackson for final settlement
and, therefore, the Congressional Globe and ted to call up and settle before the 1st February, of the estate county of Mary T., Gardner a bte of said It i is: not well, in a general sense, to "puff" This APERENT.univ'rsaly allowed to be Soper Black Italian Silk Cravats black and and fancy figured SiJk
Appendix should be $2 for the sessio'h, which is lS4i( when their accounts will be placed in other :
county, and a discharge from the office of Exec- one's own things, yet there is one thing every man the most popular present day for Super English and Pongee Silk Hk6,
collection. WM. HONE
the for the unbound numbers of hands ,
price we charge Ag't, utrix of the last will and testament of said de may )pufTas much as he chooses without incurring the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious English and American Cotton Hkfr,
the past long sessions but vc have concluded to Dec. 27. 47 Water st. ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN, the charge of vanity-and that one thing may and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness,Head- Madras and Verona head Hkfs,

reduce the price, as follow, until the first day of Blank Books and Stationery. December 20, 1St: 1xecutrjx.T0TICEThe always be had at Sans SOlc in the form of a ache, Heartmr habitual Costivene&c. Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-lw**,
next January, after which time the CongressionalGlobe Journals Books 1 CIGAR of best brand delicious flavor, Traveller" residents in warm climates will
Day &c. Super Marseilles and Vestings,
and Appendix will each be $2 for the cs- LEDGERS Foolscap and Letter Paper; undersigned having recently the eflect of which is notoriously potent in .' driving find it a desirable article ; i prevents any accumulation Cotton and Flax 'Vorte,
ion and the deduction will be made 1
:- on accountof qualified as administrator on the estate of "
dull of bile is method of
and the
care ,
away. portable }
Cotton Memorandum Books Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked
;
the number of copies taken. Ship and River{ Bills Lading ; Henry Josey, late of Jackson county deceased, For the lovers of good things in general, and preparation is unusually convenient Children and Cambric Muslins, fIID.Jaconet
TERMS.; requests all persons who are indebted to said estate fine, fat, juicy "bivalves," in particular, there is have frequent occasion gentle cooling
Boooks for Letter Press. Needles Pins &,
Tape, c. c. I.'Which I.
For
of the Globe. 50Foronecopyof forward
to and
one copy Congressional $1 come make immediate 'this
Just leceived and for sale by pay attached to establishment a commodious purgatives; 1 hey wi take this aperient in pre- have been selected with great cat 1
50 and those
theApperidix..l ment ; to whom said estate is indebtedto OYSTER SALOON,where gentlemen may enjoy, ference to Sold wholesale and retail by AeOS
jan73! B S HAWLEY. any New Yorkar.d Boston.from Importersand
For four copies of either, or part of both. .5 00 present their claims within the I time prescribedby
from the bar-room chat"and
entirely apart a dish of Nov; 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c. of Manufacturers at the lowest market rates,
For twenty-five copies of either or part of AND OILS-50 kegs :No 1 White law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, a plate of Oysters, with delectable accom- ,
both. .__.. .. .. ._ ._ . .. 25 00 PAINTS; galls Winter Lamp Oil ; 300 galls Marianna, Nov. 4, 184: [6m] Adm'r. I paniments, undisturbed by loud talking and annoying To Printers. are now offered at wholesale or retail on t fave
terms WM. G. PORTER Co
The money may be remitted by mail at our Linseed" Oil ; 50( hxs assorted Glass ; 500 Ibs Putty Oi'ICE-The undersigned sounds. To this Saloon there is a private TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FURNISHING by streA
risk. should be here by the 1st January, at ; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead, N qualified as administrator having on the recent)" entrance by gate, for the accommodation of suchas WAREHOUSE.rilHE Nov. 29, 18.15. V 41 Water -

farthiest, to procure all the numbers promptly. i Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just Carey W. Josey, late of Jackson county deceased, prefer to avoid bar-rooms. In addition to JL subscribers have opened a new' Type Roberts, Allen & Co.
in the of York
New
of who this Prospectus Foundry city where
Proprietors newspapers copy I received and for sale by Oysters, refreshments of kind be had wholesale md
at
requests all persons who are indebted to said estate any may on hand and for sale, re
and send of their they are ready to supply orders to extent, for
to us one any HAVE
copy paper Dec 6 B. S. HAWLEY. to forward and make immediate all reasonable hours, at short notice, in low for Cash-
containing it, shall have their names entered on I come payment the best serve any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink,Paper,Cases,
I .and those to whom said is style. Smoking not 20 tons assorted Iron kegs
; estate indebted Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE ; 5 L'rte
our books for ono copy of the CongreSsional Printers. ,
to their claims within the time Oyster Saloon. 50 and Naf'
present kegs Spikes, Wrought
prescribedby
Globe and Appendix during the session.! TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR- For those who like to indulge in Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, necessary -
pleasing
law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, a Sheet and Boiler Iron,
Our prices for these are so low that we NISHING WAREHOUSE. for a Printing Office. Also second hand
papers Marianna, Nov. 4, 18. [6m] A'dtn'r. scientific, and intellectual game, the BILLIARD materials. Hollow Ware, a assortment,
cannot afford to credit them out ; therefore, no THE subscribers have opened a new TYPE ; ROOM is always open, and the fixtures kept in and genera
person need consum his time in writing for them in thq City of New York, ;here .-Six months nfter date, I will order. The Type which are cut in imitation of the Sugar Cook and Parlor Kette, Irons,
ap-
and not sending the money.BLAIR they arc ready to supply orders to any extent, for NOTICE. the Probate Court of Franklin coun- goo LUNCH every day at 11 o'clock; Oyster English letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an Tools,Hardware,

& RIVES. any kind of job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper! Cases, ty for a final discharge from the administration of Soup, Turtle Soup-when to be had-Stekas, entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counters, Backsmith's Jappand Wares, Brass Andr"Fire
WASHINGTON CITY, Dec. 1, 1645r Galley, Brass Ruled! Steel Column do. Composing the estate Joseph C. Burdsall. Chops, Stews, Frys, &c. &c. &c. For further are warranted to be unsnipassed by any, and will Dog, Shovels and Tongs,
be sold to suit the times. All the furnishedby
Sticks, Chases, and every article necessary ELLWOOD BURDSALL. particulars call at any time and take sampleof type Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boxes
Oil Cloths and Office. r us is hand cast." The from foun-
Carpets.
for a Printing Apalachicola, Nov. 1, 1845. what the subscriber offers. types any Marlin Spun Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Cordage
18 PCS Oil Cloth, 1,2 and 3 yards wide, The Type, which are cast in new moulds, froman Nov 5, 1845. R. E. RAIMOND. dry can be matched at this establishment. Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tat, Coal Tar, ,
__ RID
3 I pec super Ingrain Carpeting, entirely new set of matrixes with deep counters Drugs, Medicines, &c. Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Engines ; and Linseed Oil
3 Cotton ,' are warranted to be unsurpassed by.any, and A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medicines Twenty Dollars Reward. of the most approved patterns. Paints Turpentine and Brushes, Sperm and Pump LeatW
2 consisting in of the follow the apprehension of the Rollers cast for Printers. Rigging
Straw will be sold at puces to suit the times. &c. part FOR boy HENRY, Composition: Matts and
6 Cotton Drugcet:: 4,6 and S qra. wide. Printing Presses famished, and also Steam ing articles :-50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, arid hi absented himself from this city, on Sat- COCKROFT & OVEREND, Tin and, Pumps Sheet Iron Bucket.
Fors ebyV./G. PORTER, Co. Engines of the most approved,patterns. pts; ::bxs Houck's Panacea ; 10 bxs Olive Oil; urday last, without leave. He is about 50 years Dec. 13, Si5. ly CS Ann-st., New-York. Nov 29, 1S45.
NOT 29 41 Water street.1A Composition Rollers cast for Printers.A 40 kegs Epsoro Salts ; 10 bbls Copperas ; 10 lbs old, six feet high, bullet-headed, and bald on top Boots and Shoes. 0

Machinist constantly in attendance to repair Gum Opium ; 20 Ibs Sulphate Quinine ; 20 doz of his head, with a"n ancient cut over the left eye, and Men's Russet Brogans, Iron, Nails,
HHDS. St. Croix Sugar, London Mustard Herbs of all kinds 20 lbs which, with an impediment in his BOYS' e
i Presses and do light work. ; ; speech, gives sew'd and pegd Kip Brogans, OfTONS Swede Iron, assorted siR
; AV/ 20 do. New Orleans Sugar, to arrive, Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three Nutmegs;'15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs,Lemon Syrup ; him, when he attempts to speak, a curious expression Gents fine Calf Brogans, kegs Nails, do.
c 103 sacks Rio Coffee ; 50 do Java, bills 10 kegs Peaflash 2 Seidletz and Soda worthy tbe .study" of a Lavater. The 10 ,
times as much type as their amount to, may ; gross Wm's peg'd and scw'd Shoes, .Children's do. do. 4 Weeding Hoes quahite'
4 cases Hyson Tea, give, the above six months' insertion in their papers Powders ; 20 Ibs English Calomel ; 20 doz Spts above reward will be given for his apprehension.and Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, 20 Blacksmith: Steel Facd,aore,

40 bxs Aromatic.TobacDO, and send their papers, containing it-to the Turpentine, and a general assortment of all articles delivery in this place, and all reasonable expenses Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots, 20 Enghish'anAzierjc3fl1 li
4.. 50 Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby'' subscribers. in the Drug line, for Country Merchants, paid. JOHN JENKINS. Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf 20 Bellows,

20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs browo Soap., I COCKROFT & OVEREND,. 68 Ann st. Planters and' Physicians. For sale hyDe Apalachicola, Jan 17, 1846. 3-tf A large and extensiv a Bot,. received, 12 dozen Spades and Shovels
100 bags Shot 50; Powder
; kegs New York, Aug. 6,1845. 34-66 6. B. S. HAWLEY. and for sale by WM. G. PORTE .' Co. 10 Axes, )
2000.Ibs Lead.4; casks Linseed Oil, A Card. Coln's
and Nov 29 street. 10 bxs Woolen
: ,1 200 kess White Lead No. I, Extra and Pure. Removal. Bagging Rope. WISHING to close our business in this place, V Cu. Saw,
For sale byV.. G. PORTER, Co. 1 :.&' CO. have removed their stock of 100 PCS- Kentucky ggin prepared to sell our extensive stock V On Consignment, 1 case Roland's Cast \ bfWM.
Nov 29 41 Water street. MILLER: Ods'plothing, &.c., from the corner, 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians. of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., '.at 100 BOXES.'New :Bedford Sperm Candles, 1000 Ibs Cast and German Steel, or-ta
of Water and CKestnut streets; to the store on 4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance' for sale low for-. Cash, by G. PORTE Co

'4 r"" .' BoninG' and Rope., Water street, formerly occupied by S. B.Hamil; WM., G. 'PORTER.. Co.: Merchants and others visiting this city,*will find WM., ', T. WOOD, ..Nov 29 41Vaet

". PIECES,heavy Kentucky ]BigThg,. ton),-where they:will onstantly keep on- hand *a --:Nov. .29 41 Water street. it to their interes{ to examine our stock before '. .__Nov 29 ,: : 42' Water'street.. GOOD assortment of Cuter'J 5

'" 100 .200roils, Kentucky ,Rope; landing and large assortment, of READY MADE, CLOTH- ,.URLAPS.-150 yards, suitable,-for corn or making their purchases. TT NTJS black,.blue,and red'Ink.-' 'Also, copy A PocketBooks, Hair,T th'IDC ,t ;
'/-" forsajeby J. DAY & Co ING.HATSCAPS'BOOTS: ,. SHOES, &c &c' tale by J. STEVENSON & CO. [L ins Ink, for .?a;' ,." cs, for sale by .,'--:' 'JDecso .
4 Nor_ 39 :52; Water st. Oct. 25;IB45. '43-tf ., ';/Dee 6 -\ J. DAY &C. Apalachicoli, Jin. 12, 1816 j jan73-tf. .Jan 24 > sue:%:by;V 'J: C. ALLEN. ; '.. B.i ..S..IJAWV }
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