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:< ;. LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.

VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1846. [NUMBER 10.
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A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, JVo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
novG Apalachicola, Fla.


B. F; Npurse,; H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
-Naurse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANT S,
No. -I14 Water street,
novl A]'alaehi,-o'i i Fla.
Benjamin Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 WVater street-Up stairs,
-Dec. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


X. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
.d general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
P. Iobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE. .
Ci No,. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla.


Ls. Fred. E. DuitS.
FACTOR AND COM MI SSION
"MERCHANT,
No. 2 Columbus Biock>
Dee 6, 1845, Apalachicola, Fa.


Harper & o0lmnes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
.7,,,t, '/;,-r the
SUN MUTUAL IN.UIANCE COMPANY,
of the City of JVez- Yorlk,
No. 51 Water street,
Nov 1,1845. Apalachicola, F.,


Wai. T. Wood,
COMMISSION .'.[I-:E RCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Nov 29. Apalachicola, Fa.


Nov. 22


aC liaris Rogrs John Munn.
C',as. R oger's A Co.,
'COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,


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usinmes strectorg.

T. H. s C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water Street,


NAVAL DEFENCES.
The following letter from the Secretary
of the Navy was written in reply to inqui- l
ies addressed to him by Mr. Fairfield, the a
chairman of the naval committee in the n
United States Senate. As it relates to mat- s
ters which at this moment excite an extra- W
ordinary degree of public attention, it can-0
w
not fail to be read with general interest:- c
NAVY DEPARTMENT, Jan. 8, 1846. s
SIR.-Tn reply to the inquiries made in o
your letter of the 22d ultimo, I have the T
honor to enclose to you a very full report r
from the heads of bureaux of this depart- a
ment. a
Although the naval preparations of com- i
mercial nations which are struggling to g
maintain ;themselves inr an unnatural posi- r
tion of greatness, is no criterion for a cun-
try like ours, which seeks only the occupa- t
ion and defence of its own territory, the
protection of its citizens and their interests, a
and the development of its own resources; b
and although the existing naval establish- (
mentof the United States appears sufficient h
n all but sea-going steamships, for a con- d
edition of ascertained and undisturbed peace.; r
vet the present aspect of our foreign rela- n
ions makes it a duty to suggest to the corn- a
mittee on navalaffairs the propriety of great- e
er preparations than the ordinary annual e
appropriations contemplate.
They should consist first, of an accumu- t
ation of naval materials and stores neces- U
sary for the rapid equipment of the vessels J
which are afloat, for such of those on the f
stocks as it may be desirable to employ, and
for such others as Congress may authorise i
to be built. If means are granted imme-
diate measures can be adopted for the col-
ection of such materials and stores; and
the early purchase of many of them would
be but an anticipation of what would soon
be required for ordinary expenditures.
The second branch of expense that
should at once be authorized at the discre-
tion of the President, should be the repair
and equipment of all the vessels in ordinary,
and of the frigates and sloops on the stocks.
Were such authority and means granted,
the President could exercise a more free
judgment in the selection of vessels for im- f
mediate preparation, whilst the actual ex- t
penditures could be limited to existing ur-
gencies for the vessels, and unprofitable out-
lays be avoided, if peacq should continue.
It is also advisable that the limitation
heretofore imposed on enlistments in the
navy, by which the number is confined to
7,500 seamen, be suspended for a definite
period, and that further enlistments be au-
thorised and provided for.
It is further proper, even in the event of
peace, to increase our sea-going steamships.
At present, the United States have but two,
the Princeton and Mississippi, that can
cruise at sea. I would recommend that au-
thority be granted for the construction of
three steam frigates, five steam sloops, and
two steamships of a smaller class. Such
an increase would not be disproportionate
to our resources or wants in a time of pro-
found tranquility.
It would also become necessary to in-
crease the ordinance stores. This gain
would be but an anticipation of expense,
which at an early day must in any contin-
gency be required.
A system of steamships for harbor de-
fences to be thoroughly effectual, would
involve the necessity of a fleet of steam-
ships for each harbor in the country. The
enormous expense would be further in-
creased by the annual repairs which would
rebuire a repetition of the whole outlay
once in seven or eight years. It is further
to be considered, that these steamships,
being only for the harbors and coasts in
time of peace, would prove a costly burden
without an adequate equivalent. In the
event of war, the immediate employment
of mercantile ships and steamships for the -
defence of ports, in co-operation with resi-
dent citizens, would be attended with a
less aggregate cost, and the facility of in-
ventton'and activity of patriotism, would,
as danger approached, be quickened to de-
vise methods of defence, which, though
somewhat irregular, would prove effective
till a force could be organized suited to the
emergency.
Inquiries are making into the capacity of
our mercantile steamships for being thus
employed; and the result shall be commu-
nicated to you so soon as received.
The dangers to be apprehended from in-
rods upon our territory by hostile fleets will
be greatly diminished by the disasters con-
sequent on storms, the necessity of frequent
returns to ports for supplies ot provisions
and water, the superadded want to steam-
ships of fuel, the general inaccessibility of
the coast from shallowness of water, the
certainty of vigorous resistance on the part
of our citizens in the more densely peo-
pled regions, and the uselessness of naval
attacks on a sparsely settled coast for any
permanent influence on the issue of a war.


These circumstances have, in all times past,
made great naval expeditions almost fruiti-
less of results against remote, settlements
on land.
The measures recommended, if adopted,
will not involve useless expense, even on
the continuance of tranquility, and seem to
be sufficient as precautionary against a con-
tingency that is likely to occur, and as a
preliminary to a more extended organization
in the event it should .become necessary.
It will place the navy in a condition to.in-
spire respect, to render aid in protecting our
commerce, and to contribute effectively to-
Wards the preservation of peace.
GEORGE BANCROFT.

An Irish doctor advertises that the deaf
may hear of him in Liffey street, where
also his blind patients may see him from
ten till three.


THE PRINTER.
The Printer is the most curious being
living. He may have a bank and quois &.
nd not be worth a cent-have small caps 41W
nd have neither wife nor children. Others
nay run fast, but he gets along swiftest by
getting fast. He may be making smvresswti"
without eloquence-may use the ley with-
ut offending, and be telling the truth It
while others cannot stand when they set, he
an set standing, and even do both at there '
ame time; have to use furniture, and yet
own no dwelling-may make and put away '
pi, and never see a pie, much less eatit do- ,
ing his life-be a human being and a RATP ,
t the same time; may press a great deal
and not ask a favor-may handle a shooting
ron, and know n-othing about a cannon,
gun or pistol; he may move the lev*r that -
moves the world, and yet be as far from
moving the globe as a hog, with his nosB6
under a mole hill; spread sheets without
being a housewife-he may lay hisform on
a bed, and yet be obliged to sleep on the
bare floor; he may use the dagger (f) with-
out shedding blood, and from the earth
handle stars (**)-be may be of a rolling
disposition and never desire to travel-he
may have a sheepsfoot and not be deformed-
never be without a case and know nothing
about law or physic, be always correcting
errors, and growing worse every day--have
embraces (-^--^-) without ever having the
arms of a lass thrown around him---distribute
he metalhc all around him daily, and yet be
uncharitable as the veriest miser; have his
form locked up, and at the same time be
ree from jail, watch bouse, or any other
confinement-his office may have a hell in
t, and not be such a bad place after all--
he may be plagued by the devil and be a
christian of the best kind. And what is
stranger still, be honest or dishonest, rich -
or poor, drunk or sober, industrious or lazy' :
he always stands up to his business.
[A Typo.
DELIRIUM.--' Never Was drink but one
in my life," said a chap once in my hearing -
" and I never mean to be again. The street
seemed to be very steep, and I lifted my
feet up at every step, as if I was getting Up
stairs. Several cartwheels were making re-
volutions in my brain, and at one time I
fancied my headowas a large carving and,'
turning establishment, the lathes of which-
I was keeping in motion with my own feet.
I could'nt conceive what was the reasoti
the town had turned into such an enormous
bill; and what made it worse was, that it
seemed all the time to be growing higher
and threatened to pitch over on .me. Stop,
stop, said I, and I'l head this old hill yetr
or at least it shan't head me. I turned
round to go down and get at the bottom
tell me if the town didn't turn right round
with me, heading me all the time, and pre-
senting the high bluff in front of me. Well
sure enough, the ground flew up struck me ""
on the forehead; and as soon as the stars
cleared away, I commenced climbing with.
my hands and knees. The next thing Isa4
was abig brick house coming full split round
a corner, and I believe it run right over me,-:
for I don't remember any more.-[N. O. Pi,"c.1;
BEGGING OtLD CLOTHES.-A Glasgow
merchant, an Irishman, was lately accosted
in his counting-house by a countryman who
needed charity. Money having been given
to him, he said: '
"You haven't got such thing as a pair..,
of old trowsers, have you ?41
"No, my man," said the merchant, *'*I1
don't keep my wardrobe in my counting-
house."
Where do you live?" rejoined Pat" and *
I'll call in the morning for the outd pair~.
you'Ve got on."
WELL ANSWERED.---Uncle Bill Tidd was '
a drover from Vermont. Being exposed
to all weather, his complexion suffered ;
some ; but at the best was none of the whi-' .
test. Stopping at a public house near
Brighton, a man rich in this world's goods
but of notoriously bad character, thought,
as Uncle Bill came in, he would make himnt-
the butt of a joke. As the black faceeof -,-
the weather-beaten man appeared in the
door-way, he exclaimed: .
Mercy on us, how adark it grows." ,
Uncle Bill, surveying him from head td.,,.-
foot, coblly replied : ,
"Yes, sir; your character arid my com-
plexion are enough to darker any room." v ; e

U. S. COMMiEaRCE WITH LIVERPOOL.--,
During the first six months of last year, thd
value, of the produce of the-United--States,--
imported from thence (hence) into Liver-
pool, n United States ships, was $24,000.- -
000; in British ships $15,000,00.0-total; -
$39,000,000. Cotton of course constitutes .
the great bulk of this amount. The value
of cotton alone was 36,000,000 dollars---,. *
leaving only about $3,000,000 for other ar-. ^
tiles. Some of the other itemni were to- :
bacco 120,000; turpenitine 200,000; lard -^%
175,000; beef 150,000; cheese 140,000; ;
hides 100,000; grass seed 150,000--in round
numbers. The derangement of this trade


consequent upon a war, would be felt i6 ,
every nook and corner of the Union.
[Sav. Republican. .

St. Louis-Catastrophe-When the Bru-
nette left St. Louis, on the 11th inst., there
was eight feet water in the Mississippi'; '
which was falling fast. She reports that tb6
steamboat Saladin, from Nashville, boutnd/.
to this port, came in collision with the steam-:
boat Congress, hence for St. Louis, last: ;
Friday night, at Pilcher'sPoint. The Con- <
gress sank immediately, wheri fifteen per-
sons perished. Her cabini separated from
her hull, and was towed to Lake ProviL
dence by the Saladin. Several of the pas-
sengers bu the Congress; who were badly
scalded, were carried to Vicksburg in the
Saladin. The flues of the boilers idi .h(b
Congress collapsed shortly after the acci-
dent.


[From Morris's National Press.]
THOU HAST WOVEN THE SPELL.
BY GEORGE P. MORRIS.
Thou hast woven the spell that hath bound me,
Through all the sad changes of years;
And the smiles that I wore when I found thee,
Have faded and melted in tears.
Like the poor wounded fawn from the mountain,
That seeks out the clear silver tide,
I have lingered in vain at the fountain
Of hope-with a shaft in my side.
Thou hast taught me that love's rosy fetters
A pang from the thorns may impart;
That the coinage of vows and of letters
Comes not from the mint of the heart.
Like the lone bird that flutters her pinion,
And warbles in bondage her strain,
I have struggled to fly thy dominion,
But find that the struggle is vain.


Fa.


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Apalachicola,


H. D. Dardens
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 20, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Joel W. Perry,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING ANI
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Dec 20 Apalachicola, Fa.


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J. B. Brown,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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 10,1846. 2-3m
H. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWTON, Dale County, Ala.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf


J. H. & J. 1I. Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,
Nov. 1,1845. 'APALACHICOLA, FA.
David. G. Raney,
MMI SSi,-N N& FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
Nov 5. ly Apalachicola, Fa.


p
^tiafiittltnmou. _

THE RIVAL EDITORS-A RICH SCENE.
A New Orleans correspondent of the St.
Louis Reveille, after alluding to the contest i
among the papers for the palm of getting
out the President's Message, gives the fol-
lowing very capital story, about two rival 1
editors. It is prime.
By the way, this puts me in mind of a
good story told of a former express."
started to get the result of the great "Pey-
tona and Fashion" race. It appears that l
L-- of the Picayune, started down to
the "Lake end." to await the arrival of the
mail boat, and that he made arrangements ,
to take the result cf the race by express to
the city. While there he met the editor of t
the "Crescent City"-so they mutually
resolved to "use up" each other. "Pic"
asked the "Crescent" editor to drink; the t
" Crescent" man (did so, and soon returned
the compliment: this friendly interchange
was kept up for some time; but as it was
growing late at night, and the boat was not
expected till morning, "Pic" proposed to
" Crescent," that they should retire to their
rooms and take a nap, which proposition a
was cheerfully arceeded to. "Pic" saw'
his friend to th3 door-they exchanged
friendly adieus, and then he went to his
own room--made some noise in locking his
door, pulling off his boots, and shaking his
bed-jumping upon it two or three times-
and several other rather singular demonstra-
tions, all of which seemed rather mysteri-
ous, and the more so as Mr. Pic, after about
a qualtrer of an hour, became absolutely
thoughtful, aned quietly pulled on his boots
again, then as qeietly unlocked his door and
left the house.
He wandered down to the wharf, looked
out upon the lake. muttered some poetry
about the "silvery waters," and seeing a
large steamboat boiler lying there, he care-
fully coiled himself up beside it, and deter-
mined to keep a sharp look out for the ex-
pected boat. What followed is obscure.
The fast thing that roused "Pic" from his
sleep, (for asleep he had fallen,) was the
booming of the steamboat bell as she neared
the wharf. He started, rubbed his eyes and
half rose up-(it was daylight,) when sud-
denly, from the other side of the boiler, a
head popped up!-both started! Hallo!"
cried "Pic," "how long have you been
here?" "All night!" replied hls "Cres-
cent' friend. "Why, bah I thought you
went to bed." "So I did, but got up again
as soon as you were asleep!" "Asleep!
bah !" exclaimed "Pic." "I was out ten
minutes after I bid you good night, and have
been shivering here ever since!" So have
I," said the Crescent"-" so let's take a
drink till the boat rounds in." They walked
into barroom, and having quietly mixed
their liquor, were just swallowing it, when
w-h-i-r-w-h-i-z-z-puff-puff the car flew
by them on its way to the city, and the two
" express messengers" were left behind, to
await the regular train an hour after! When
they did arrive, it is said, the first thing
that greeted their ears at the depot, was a
news boy, who offered to sell them an "Ex-
tra" of the Tropic, with the news of the
" Great Race!" which had been already is-
sued. The "Pic" man made a desperate
kick at the boy, and the Crescent City"
fainted, came to, and both hurriedtinto a
cab and were seen no more that day. The
"Pic" man started for the North the next
day, and the Crescent City"--soon burst
up I
PERUVIAN, OR ALPACA SHEEP.-The
American Agricultural Association have
determined to introduce the Peruvian sheep,
or. Alpaca, into the United States. This
animal inhabits the slopes, table lands and
mountains of Peru, Bolivia and Cbili, endu-
ring all the vicissitudes of climate. They
are found 12,000 feet above the level of the
sea-where they derive a subsistence from
moss, etc., growing upon rocks, exposed to
all the rigors of the elements, and receiving
neither food nor care from the hand of man.
The shepherd only visits them occasionally;
yet, such are their gregarious habits, that
the members of one flock seldom stray away
and mix with another, being kept in discip-
line by the older ones who know their
grounds, and become attached to the place
of their nativity, to which they return at
night, evincing an astonishing vigilance and
sagacity in keeping the young ones together
and free from harm. In the formation of
their stomachs they resemble the camel,
and can undergo extreme hunger and thirst.
Their meat is tender, wholesome and save-,
ry, and is recommended by physicians to in-
valids, in preference to fowis-for all'declare
that their meat is extremely wholesome, and
as palatable as that of fat sheep in Castile.
The cost of importing three hundred will
be $10,500, delivered in New York. Of
this sum $3000 have already been promised.
For this movement the public are indebted
to R. L. Pel!, Esq., of Ulster county, New
York.


REMOVAL.
W. G. M. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
01- Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1845.


Samuel Schiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
0:1- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
dec20 Apalachicola, Fla.


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


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


John 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

Advances.
THE Subscribers continue to mak advances on
Cotton consigned to their friends at Liver-
pool, Havre, New York and Boston,
D. B. WOOD & Co.
Dec 5 29 Water street.
Advances to New Orleans.
LIBERAL Cash Advances made on consign-
ments of Cotton or other produce to New
Orleans. J. DAY & Co.
Dec 6 52 Water st.
Advainces.
HpE undersigned will make liberal advances
on Cotton consigned to his friends in New
York, Boston and Providence.
WM. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.
Advances.
HE subscribers continue, as heretofore, to
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.


JEREMIAHi DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.'
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MER CHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 6 Ain .,.:!ic...Ia, Fa,
1D- Also, Agents for the "2Etna Insurance Co."
the Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart-
!ford Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.


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


VWM. W. SIMs. WM. W. CHEVER.
Sims & Chlieever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, D
r Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


Cooke & Horne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
New-Orleans..
ANDREW S. COOKE. AMOS HORN.
feb S. .


B. S. Hawley,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
D LERl.IN D I M.,; ,MEICINES, PAINTS
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
Dec 7 Apalachicola, Fa.


S Jas% F. Farribr,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block, '
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.


T. J., SANFORD. M. M. BUTT.
Sanford & Butt,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 36 Water Street,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla,
Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 31 Water street.
Dec 13. Apalachicola, Fa.
wV. A. & Pi C. Kain,


Edward 1ref fully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS'AND GROCERIES,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
Nov 29 Apalachicola, Fa.


Exchange.
T HE subscribers as Agents for the Bank of
Brunswick, are prepared to purchase bills on
New York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or
Charleston, and check on New York in sums to
suit purchasers.
Nov 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co.

L UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 22, 1S45.


'Wr. G. Porier &Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
Nov 29 Apalaohicola, Fa.


COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


Win. H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.
W iO It. K Kimb oRg AR & C0o6,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
0.i.'ec. No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
fb3- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. ], 1845.
Thomas Preston,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
APALACHICOLA, Fa.
Office, No. 45, corner Water and Chestnut streets,
Up stairs.-Entrance on Chestnut street.
Oct. 25, 1845. 6m


Fire and 17tarine Insurance.
THE PELICAN MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANY, of the City of New York,
having established an Agency at Apalachicola,
will be prepared to take Marine and Fire Risks
on favorable terms.
CHARLES A. GREEN, Agent.
Office, No. 28 Water st., Apalachicola.
Nov 8. 6m
White Wine and Cider Vinegar
BLS and 3 Butts White Wine Vinegar;
-3 bbls and 2 butts Cider Vinegar;
a very superior article, now on board of brig Cay-
uga, and will be landed in all next week, and
will be disposed of on the wharf at Auction, if
not previously sold at private sale.
Jan 17 WOOD & Co.
Horse and Buggy for Sale.
A VERY handsome light Buggy, with a first
rate Harness, nearly new, and a gentle and
spirited Horse, for sale by
Jan 17 WOOD &'Cb.
For Sale.
SBOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20,
S 30 do T'in do 1-3 X,
S 50 bdls Sheet Iron,Nos 12 to 20,
Braziers'and Slhr--,.iig Copper,
Block Tin, Lead, Iron and Tin'd Bivets,
Bucket Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron,
Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and re-
tail, by
Nov I ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY-50 reams Fool-
scap and Letter P.,|,.. Blank and School
Books, Bills Lading, &c. &c. for sale by
Dec 6 B. 'S. HAWLEY.


ALBERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
SHIPPING & COIMIS410N MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Str.-i,,


A p,1 .'Ii'c..l3, Fa.


eKay & Hartakir'e,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 W ailr _,'.,:t.
Nov. 1,1845. Ai lach,.,l-. Florida.
D. B. Wood & Co.,
GENER \L COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SNo. 29 Water street.
Nov. 1,1845. Apalachicola, PFla.
T"Eos. L. ilitchel'i,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND
COI'.[,IMI.I' >N MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water str>-:t,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


I ft.;s, Allen & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS IN TIN, IRON, COPPER,
BRASS, &c.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
Hardware, Stoves, Britannia and Japaned Wares,
Iron, Steel, N,'ii, Spikes, Grate Bars,
Sugar Kettles and Mills, and other
Castings; Ship Chandlery, &c.
Oct. 25, 1845. APALACHICOLA, Fa
WILLIAM DICKEY. J. W. HAMMOND.
Dickey & Hammond,
SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS,
32 Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa.
October 18, 1845 42tf


SIlyers A Mitclhel,
C1 MISSION MERCHI1ANTS ,
T No. 36 Water--,irot,
Nov 15. Ap:.ol.:,hii.-..1a, Fa.


HI. R. Taylor,
-COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
sept ly Apalacehicola.


1845.
Nov._1, 1845. A p'l,.,chic.-..1, Fa
AL 4 rite, \\.i. A. McIKENZIE.
Wylie & ItcKeenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


Flavouring Waters.
N assortment just received, and for sale by
Nov 29 J. C. ALLE.N, Dmust.-.


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


Michael A. Mlyers,
-A.UCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT. '
No. 36, Water qi eet.
Nov. 1, 1845. Aplli.,hi-l. Fla.
1. D. BiGBEiE HARGROVE HowARD.
Bugbee & Howard,
COMMISSION AND) FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Blocko
Nov. 1, 1845., Apalachicola, Fa.


5 COILS OF KENTUCKY ROPE ; 500 lbs
S superior Ba,-'inz Twine. for sale by
MQ Y ER & MITCHEL,
Dec. 27, 1 .,. 36 Water st.


H. R. WooD.


P. W. CULLEN.


Wood &- 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 Rope.
10 ~\{\ PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAG-
L1 /L\. GING; 50 Coils Rope; Also, 200
sacks corn, for sale by
BUGBEE & HOWARD,
jan3 'No 7, Columbus Block.


Just ileceived.
A LARAE assortment of new Novels, from the
press of Harper and Brothers, &c.
Jan 17 B. S. HAWLEY.
Storage
OR 1000 barrels or 500 bales-cotton on first
floor. Apply to WOOD & Co.
Feb 14 32 Water st. '


C. A. GREEN C.H. CoNNERty
Green & Connery :s,
COMMISSION' MERCHANTS,
No. 28 Water street,
Nov ,. 6n AP.ALACHICOL.,. F4."


Bacon Sides.
A FEW casks, prime quality, landing and
for sale by-


NOUR '.E. STONE & CO,
-46 Water street,


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professional Notices.

WM. SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
D-,- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov 9.
Dr. A. W. Chapman,
{t- 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


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY
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Office, Third 'ror Baltzel['s Buildings,. corner of
Connner,'e and Chestnut streets.
TERM:". "
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until the end of the subscription year, FIVE DOL-
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months--a.Id 'F2 wil! invariably be charged for
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allarrear .r ,3are paid, unless at the option of the
propprietors.
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rates.: -
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from the above rates.,
To those who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
S c.n1t. wvilLb. made; but all advertisements not
str;,.-l- p*1 nini 1to their own business, as
we1l i, I hii ,lat.vettiSementssent in bythem,
will br-e ,h.,,,d at the usual.rates.
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EAGLE BIRD, By Chance."-A remit-
tance of $3 from a gentleman away dot~n m
Connecticut, for one year's subscription to
the Com. Ad."
00, Black."- A letter from a postmas-
ter in the eastern part of the "1 Geor-,-'
State," enclosing-a dirty, greasy note,
requesting him to request us to stop the.
paper addressed to the writer, as he be-
lieved his year was about out." Subscrip-
tion money--non est inventus Cost of let-
ter to us, 5c, This is a dime-inutive busi-
ness, and rather walks into our pockets.
Query-Are there no 83 bills in Georgia 1
TuirE--" Potatoes they ARE smalll"

APPOiNTMENT Br THE GOVERNOR.-L,
W. SPRATT, Esq., to be Judge of Probate
for the county of Franklin, vice Judge P.
C. KAIN, resigned.

Oj^? HENRY CLAY, at last accounts waa
in New-Orleans, having returned to that city
from a short visit to Natchez. He was ex-
pected to visit Mobile.

07- We are indebted to Capt. HARDINO
of the Bark Rio, for a file of'late Jamaica
papers. We have not.,6eetIAae. to glean
from them any news of importance; but
learn from Capt. H. that he was present at
the trial of Capt. Frisbie, and the result was
the honorable acquittal of that gentleman of
the charge preferred against him.
We see that "Mr. Pennington, a colored
gentleman from America," is t!e lion, just
at this time, in Jamaica. He is presentedd
by the Times as having been "formerly a
slave in free America,'" as having "sha-
ken off his bonds some ten years since, and
now as a man of talent) education and hu-
manity, is seeking to enlist' the'sympathies
of the good in his behalf, to enable him to
rescue from tbraldrom an aged mother and
young sister," to which end he had preached
twice on the Sunday last before the publi-
cation of the Times. In these sermons, it
is said he displayed "eloquence of a very
high natural order, and very chastely culti-
vated," which was the more creditable and
remarkable from the fact, that 1, ten years
ago lie was an ignorant slave, not' knowing
the alphabet," but by application after his
escape, he has'stored his mind with knowl-
edge, and by that very application has grat-
ified the first wish -af his heart, viz: to -read
the Scriptures in the original tongues, which
he does with great facility."
A remarkably pious man, this Mr. Pen-
nington, no doubt, His'ministerial labors
are directed-not to the rescuing friom dan-
ger the souls of his brethren who may yet
be in the bondage of sin and iniquity;"
not to preach from the sacred Scriptures,
and to impress their truths-by force of his
' chaste and cultivated eloquence"-upon
he minds of his hearers; but to misrepre-
sentation and slander, for the purpose ;(
exciting the "sympathies" of the people,
and enlisting the good in his behalf to en-
able him to rescue from thraldom an aged
another and young sister;" begging money
o pay his way back to America, for the
purpose of advising his brethren" that he
has found within the Caribbean Sea the
sle where the Tree of Liberty blooms per-
enial ; "a field ti which they may flee, so as
o escape the disabilities and oppressios_ un-
er which they labor." He's an ambitious
egro, too; the first wish of his heart was
o read the scriptures in the original tongues'!
lost four white preachers, in free Amer-
;a,"--the good old fashioned class,-are
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-ARRIVAL OF THIE CAT.SRI
TrIRTY DAYS LATER FROM EUROI
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. "2(
"By tle arrival' at Boston of the Steamship C
'bri.i, we have late and 'important iritellige
fr,-,i i E ir,-ip .
-- : Tii meeting of Parliament, and'the Que
spee.ech, and the remarks of Sir Robert Peel
.r:' L,,rd .J.:ol,,n Russel in-relation to the foreign an
;, .. of Gr-,t Britain, p.,rlt, ,tl-,il with the Un
': Stjt,.: give a very favorable complexion to
.O.-egn question. Sir Robert Peel and Lord.I
,' / 'condemn the course pursued by Mr. Pakenh
on-the Oregon question, particularly his reft
; 'of thie offer of Mr. Bi:ihi,, c, l,,:,t subr
.' f 'tin; it to the consideration of his G.',rT|!|,,
-" Lord John Russell is decidedly or [-......i to
'Increase of the army and navy of Great Brit;
;and says that the only i,-.c.1 -,,'any increase is
:, increase in the possessions of that Governmr
The reduction of durties on American prod
prop.:,~<.. by Sir Robert Peel, %0!, ni.t t .\,Hi m
Ta"vr, and is expected to increase the busit
"-ol th r. in uin'ifji,"ii districts very much,
The accounts oftthe various markets are of
i most favorable character, and cannot but' hav
*'::- v.,r, fiv,,rj'-,? , ff_,r upon the prices of Ameri
p,:,,,e in our .markets.
Theli Li ,,nd :, ...-...:y Market was rather tig
ai:dl thLe .p!.-.!|,i.-_. f...r stocks tended downward
DREADFUL SHIPWRECKS.
R,.:er,-t accounts bring tidings of vr,.-ck.-. T!i._ M.. tr'al, a trader 'between L
d.m a.id 1I 1,-:b.-, was lost on the 14th Janua
,.\-,r t'. peChat, and every on board peri
s', .'l ...., an American packet,,.bound
L.,..]nir, -, .,:Iim D '.-.. f.... is believed to have found
(-..I .,, ti. 17th,-on a reef of rocks called
... ; L..._... 1,,-.,r RedHead. 'The Laurel, of Queb
w\a;1-, l t I'' ;he c .-'r ,.f N ._-.\ i.u .-,! ,,.hi t-.v corn
: in ,-.'.i ,,:i t *'. th -d fi..l..l ..- I I', ; 1 i ,[ th e cr
..... ; ,.,?ri:- . ,. The ship Cambridge, from Liv
.........pool-, took ,:.flthe crew, thirty-two persons, fr
.. "the Lord Lynedoch ; in a sinking state. Ll,,y
b,:,>:,l;. r,_.- .r.T the loss of the C ity of' -?lir ,z ..
the Milp|,'.ri Sea, with forty persons drowned
.the wreck of an East Indiamen, and other
lamities.,'
INCREASE OF THE ARMY, -
I' is c,.kireidiH rumored in military crrles, t!
'the :,rh %ii \\]!1 h.e increased 14.1-I. i men, by t
addri.lir:.f l"two compan-ies to each infantry, a
t,,:, t":"-'lS to each cavalry .regiment. Thr
o_,,,uiiii; .:.,,,-,1 .*.r:rr-, a captain and two sub:
t*_r,':, will j.e ',|'.p-_-jw ...j to each of these corn
)liies atnd troops. I,
,: IN(: I.F.A"F'OF THE NAVY.
Her Mi'r.-:,s Government having resolved
!.. increase the navy, a number of districts ha
beer,-n selected where, rendezvous are establish
t r eilrinr volunteers. Lieut, J. Stone h
-en tt..-..,inl.J t., that. at Hull; Lieut. W P
t.o the t_ ., Lei- ;, Lieut. R. Tucker to one
S._,tlh .ir l..is; L'eut. W. W. Eyton to one
N.,ith Yarmouth, Lieut. J..Stewart (b,) to o
', 'et Di,..lee; :,i,, *Lieut. C.' T. Hill to one
': Glasgow. ; "
,: UNIfNED STATES TARIFF.
*Lord M.,,ir..h-. inquired Whether there.wol:
-be any objection to the production of the rep<
., of the S,-.:retary of the Treasury in .the Unit
S.t3ts,:- on the subject of the tariff? The subje
w': rli-,, of general importance,' and he hop
there would be no .l ._.'trn to the productt(
o filit: di,',i. He had thought it right to p
th1 1i^ question lto the noble earl in the first instance
b,--iorte ni,,:ring the production of the report.
The F..r[ ,-.i Ahr.l,.i-,n said it was unusual
m,'e fi.r tbipe pi'..li.-tion of documents similar
that .;allud,-,l t.,- ,' [lie noble lord, and if such
Tr.i:t,,'e \w-r- "1.,ired it might be attended wit
,; great i,,,-,ive,,,i,,,:,-. At the same time, he w
- J, n,-,t disf,:,s:.j t.. t.-rrive their lordships of info
niati.,ii wh\ .h no, if be really .,l.,.[,- and impo
t it.and. ,, I,i. -t, l,_- cool.d ,:... n-,,,,iihaie ec nsiatent
ith li ,ir3 diy. li., had certainly received a cof
,of the document to which the noble lord referred(
.. and he was. ready to admit that it contained ma
ter which was very %%.1-1 worthy their lordship
._. attention. Under the circumstance,, he would
-. ;'. not object to its production; but his consent t
i' ,j--, lord's request Ion this occasion must n(
b be d>r;% n into a'precedent.
I|,Il l..>.l.; |.-,;then adjourned.
0 ^'On Tlir-,li%, the *2 i of January, Parliamer
i -;' was'opened -y: the Queen in person, the royz
procession left Buckingham Palace soon after
ut',cl,_,k, and arrived at the House of Lords sOd

"THE St'E^:ECH OF q.EI.N VICTORIA.
*1/h/ L,:.rd~ amlI Gentlemen,: .
,It a; ts me _,l-.i: t .-.,I,.,i ,,ii, to. m eet you i
-/- P~rli/,in,.,,t, and to have -t.he ,lIp,,rtihiiv of re
;\ cui ri;,Z to your assistance and advice. I'contin
b;' ue to receive from my allies, and from othe
',Frrizin Powers, li'!, strongest assurance of" th
*" ;,..desire- to (-,,ltii,ale the most friendly r, lt,,,,
:' *ftit', thisi country. Irejoiceethat ineconcert witt
:: .. tlhe Emperor of Russia, .and. through the sucees
of 0urj,.,i,,t tr,,-.,Jif dii-,n, I have been eii,.l:,l>d t
. ..... &dju!st th,"- ijilt-ici,,,c_ which had .long+ prevailei
.. bi.t, .;,:n the Ottoman Porte and the King of Per
'.. .-. ia, and hu., ..*tr..uil-y endangered, the. trariqnilitf
: -'of 'the East. For several years a desolating ant
": sanguinaryry w arfare has afflicted the Si ,1,:., ,,,f R i,
-*:.. de la Plata. The commerce of all nations has
. been interrupted, and acts of barbarity have beeri
n co irhr, ,1. unknown to the. practice of a civilized
.' people. In c,..i,,ir.,_ i..,n w ith the .K ing of the
> French, I am ,_,l.:., ,j.ii., r ... i;T'>T .; I', i..nb-'ation
-', .*- of those Stotes. "l'i,,- t.',. iv,' .,ii :,ii ;. :.i .; l.k -w ith
": France, in the course ot last year, for the more
S' -' .efrrl':t.,I~ suppression of the slave trade, is about
.-.to.be carried into immediate (-*\,..:.,iti ..,, 1, the ae-
t :ive co-operationi of -the two Powers on the Coast

"It is-roy. desire that. our present union, and the
good i,,d._rr..:,-ii.]i.,' which so happily exists be-
., tween us,' may i.. .,* .iv be employed 'to promoted
' the interests of' humanity, and to secura~the Doeec


..... of tOiw world... Iregret that tlie conflicting,_' ,,,.
of Great Britain and the United States in respect
to the territory on the North Western Coast of
,:America, although they have been' made the
.8 s,,1.1,-,'t uf repeated negotiation, still remain un-
settled.. Yon may be assured that no effort con-
sistent witlh -national-honor shall be a.i.i cn
my part to bring this question to an early and
t i'<.','ctiil tT rnlii ,i :,r,
Ge',t'i.' ..f," f ,,' t',.. i use of.Commons:
The estimates of the year will, be laid before
-you at an early period. Although I am deeply
sensible of the importance of enforcing econ-
omy in 1ll branches of the, expenditure, yet
I have been compelled, by a due regard to the
exigencies of the public service, and to the state
,of our Naval and Milih.,y Establishments, to
prop',., some increase in the estimates which
provide for their <;m'i.:i.'v.
SMy .Lodrs and Gentlemen :
I have observed with deep regret, the very
.frequent instannes in which the crime of delibe-
rate-assassination has been of late committed in
Ireland. It will be your duty to consider wheth-
:.er any measures can be devised calculated to give
increased protection to life, and to bring to jus-
tice the perpetrators of so dreadful a crime. I
have tolament that, in consequence.of the failure
of the potato crop in several parts of the United
Kingdom, there will be a deficient supply of an
"article of food which forms the chief substance of
great numbers of my people. The disease by
which the plant. has been affected, has prevailed
to the iirm.:,st extent in Ireland. I have adopted
all -u.:h precautions as it was in'my power to
adopt for.the purpose of alleviating the sufferings
.: which may be causes by this calamity, and I
5* shall confidently rely on your co-operation in de-
.: v,.ii,..r suchn other means for effecting the same
benevolent purpose, a.. inii, require the sanction
of the Legislature.
I have had great satisfaction in giving my as-
sent to the measures which-you have presented to


IA, me from time to time, calculated to extend Corn- | he asked for any information of the particularstate
iE. merce, and to stimulate domestic skill and indus- I of the negotiations. 'One word with respect to
try by the repeal of prohibitory, and the relaxa- what had fallen from'the honorable member from
tion of protective duties. The prosperous state Montrose.
a.-ion of peroevene,-the i ased Tean proseros stab, Her Majesty required the attention of the House
am- of the revenue, the increased demand for labor, to the increase in the estimates which provided
*nee and the general improvement which has taken for the efficiency of the military and naval ser-
place in the internal condition ;of the country, vices. He could well understand that with the in-
en's are strong testimonies in favor of the course you creased demands on the services of our military
and have pursued. I recommend you to take into and naval forces in every part of the world, there
fairs your early consideration whether the principles might be reasons for the increase of the estimates
ited on which you have acted mray not with advantage even at a season of profound peace, and when
the be yet more extensively applied, whether it may thingg threatened o-n any side ; and lie trusted
,:.ha not be in your power, after a..areful review of that it was on these grounds, and not on account
S not be in your power, aftr a a l rview of of' anything in the aspect of affairs, with reference
ham the existing duties upon many articles, the pro- to the United States, that Her Majesty's Govern-
"asal duce or manufacture of other countries to make nient had made this increase. Ile for his part.
mit- such further reductions and remissions as may had for some time thought that the efficiency of
r. tend to insure the continuance of the great bene- -the military force of this country at its present
the fits to which I have adverted, and be enlarging imnount, was too mrnuch tried, and that too much
ain, our commercial intercourse, to strengthen -the was demanded from that force. His second ques-
the bonds of amity with Foreign Powers. tion was this. Her Majesty stated that for several
years a desolating and sanguintary warfare had in-I
ent. Any measures which you may adopt for .affect- ftieted the states of the Ride !a "Plata, and it was I
uce ing these great- objects will, I am convinced, he further stated that Her Majesty was endeaoring
uch accompanied by such precautions as shall prevent to effect the pacification of the states.
less permanent loss to the revenue, or injuwious results Ile (Lord John Russell) undi-rtood that the en-
to any of the great interests of the country. I deavor to effect a pacification had heen prosecuted
the have'full reliance on your just and dispassionate by means of warlike measures, and lie somewhat
e a .consideration of matters so deeply affecting the doubted whether that was the right mode of pro-
can public welfare. It is my earnest prayer thatwith ceeding. It w-as true, it was stated that the com-
*mercee of all nations had been interrupted. But it
the blessings of Divine Providence on your coun- w fher stated that "acts of great barbarity
ght, cils, you may be enabled to promote the friendly had been committed unknown to the practice of
rds. feelings between different classes of my subjects, a civilized people." Acts of barbarity were cer-
provided additional security for the continuance tainly very dreadful things ; butt he doubted whe-
lip- of peace, and to maintain contentment and hap- their it was wise in Her Majesty's government to
on- pinessat home, by increasing the comforts of the state that as a ground of a forcible intervention.
ary, great body of my people. They had heard, though he would not name the
countries in which they had t~ikeni place--but
sh- The Queen emphasised the portions of the they had heard of' dreadful acts of barbarity In
d to speech which referred to the continuance of other parts of the world ; and certainly lie had not
Jer- peace and to the -reduction of the tariff". heard it proposed by any wise statesman that there
the Her .M i.-.-t, having concluded her address, should be any intervention in those countries.
iec, rose from the throne, and quitted the House with The question which lie had to submit to the right,
inig the same state, hon. baronet, was whether he proposed to lay on
few The Earl o# Home moved the address in brief the table any papers explanatory of the ground
7er- speech in which he glanced at the most of the upon which her Majesty's government thought it
,om opic 'tuche i~on i th spech rornthenecessary to interfere with the warfare which hads
om opis touched pon in the speech from the occ in the -taes of the Rio de aPlata
Vd's throne. He concluded with reading the words Sir Robert Peel-Wiih reference to the ques-
in, of the address which merely ecbed the speech, tion just put by the noble lord, I beg to say, that
ed ; Lord De Ross seconded the address and ex- not foreseeing that he would put it, I am not at p
ca- pressed a hope that our pacific relations with present prepared to give him an answer, and have d
America would not be disturbed by the Oregon therefore to crave that he will postpone his ques- I
dispute. ion until another lime. On the subject of the k
hat The Duke of Richmond made an angry attack Oregon territory, I have to state that a proposal l
ha h ueo Rcmn aeanagyatc was made by Mr Buchanan. with the authority of" i
the on the policy of Sir Robert Peel and the conduct the President of the Unted-Stales.tor. Paken- i
and of the Anti-Corn law League. ham. and the proposal so made suggested a divi- i
ree Lord Stanley stated that he left the Cabinet sion of'the territory. Whether or not that propo-
,al- because he thought that the proposed scheme sal ought to have beea accepted I cannot say. 0
pa- would not give sufficient protection to the agri- Mr. Pakenham thought the terms proposed were f
culturalists. so little likely to be acceptable, that he did not U
The address was carried without a division, feel himself warranted ia transmitting the propo- i
sal to the government at home ; and on signifying (
to ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES--SPEECH this to Mr. Buchanan, the latter immediately v
ave BY SIR ROBERT PEEL. stated that the proposal was withdrawn. This i's c
ed *HOUSE OF COMMONS--January 2% the state of the negotiations at present, so far as -
ias HUSE OF COMMONI January2. I am informed, respecting the proposal submitted t
has The Speaker, in his state.robes, entered the by Mr Buchanan. c
at House at twenty-five minutes after one o'clock. I have the highest opinion of Mr. Pakenham. 1:
when a considerable number of the members had I have the greatest respect: for his talents, and the t
at assembled. Shortly after two o'clock the House greatest confidence in h's judgment, yet I must
e was summoned to the bar of the House of Lords ay that it wold have been better had he trans- n1
atwssumndttebaofteH seoLod mitted that proposal to the home G4overnament for to
on the* arrival of th'e Queen, whither the Spea- their consideration, and if found in itself unsatis-
ker and a considerable pumber of the members factory, it might possibly have formed the founda- t
proceeded. On their return, the House was ad- tion for a further proposal (Hear.) Since that n
,rd journed until four o'clock. period this country has again repeated to the United o
r On the re-assembling of the House a number States their ofter of referrirg the matter to arbitra-
ed of new writs were moved for. tion, but no answer has yet been received to the 3
pet proposal so made. With respect to the proposed d
ed HOUSE OF COMMONS-January 23. increase in the naval and mi litary estimates, it is r;
on ENGLAND AND THE UNITED' STATES.-Mr. impossible for any one to see the progress of steam r
.ut, Hume after complimenting Sir Robert Peel upon navigation, and the continued increase of our co- o
:e, his proposed liberal policy, said there was, one lonial possessions, without &t the same time seeing n
the necessity for an increaseof our naval and mil- 1i
other point to which he would refer, and it was itarv establishments
to to express a hope that the right honorable baro- Within the last few months, the colony of New af
to net would continue to maintain the good under- Zeland has made a heavy demand upon us in this n
a standing, which, from her Majesty's speech, ap- respect ; and the 'continual drain made upon our tt
th feared to prevail between France and England. troops on account of' the necessary reliefs in our a
as (Hear.) It was in te power of the British Go- other possessions is so great, that it is almost im- n
r- venment, united with that of France to command possible to fill up our regiments. I think that even to
)r- the peace of the world. (Hear, hear.) Quarrels while we have the utmost confidence in the inten-
tions of foreign powers, we would not be wise to le(
,ly might take place between different nations, but neglect the defenses of our country ; and to ren- tt
py those two. Great nations united would prevent der it secure against any possible contingency. pa
4, war. (Hear.) There was a paragraph in the (Hear, hear.) I say, then, that the proposed in- of
it- speech which referring to the state of our rela-, crease in the estimates may be entirely justified tth
ps tions with the Unitdd States; he must say that on purely defensive grounds, and that her Mlajesty's be
Id he thought her Majesty's expressions on this sub-, Government have felt it their duty to propose an
to ject highly proper and becoming, increase of the estimates for our naval, military
ot" He thought, too, that the paragraph which re- thredispute w estah meUnited ita t res
commended an increase in the'army and navy pe
,estimates, one of the best, under present circum- INDIA AND CHINA. tht
nt stances, in the whole speech (hear) and he saw it The despatches, by extraordinary express, in tp
a, with considerable gratification, when he found the anticipation of the bi-monthly mail from India o
a chief magistrate of a great country, from whom and China, reached London on the 19th ult., via or
,2 he expected better things, venture to set at naught Marseilles. The dates are Calcutta, Dec. 7 ; Bomr- Of
)nD all those rules and regulations which civilized na- bav, Dec. 15.
tions observed towards each other. It would be The mail was brought to Suez by the Bentinck of
acting contrary to the whole tenor of his life, steamer, and landed there on the 4t'h inst. sit
which had been the most efficient, useful, and The political news is not important. No colli- pi
proper powers of' the government, not to approve sion had taken place on the Sutlej. The Sikh N
n of this part of the speech, and he was sure there troops had approached the frontier, but had made
e- was a disposition on the part of the House, to no further demonstration.' m
a- place at' her Majesty's command those means The Governor General and Sir 1-1. Gough, the ti1
er which would maintain the honor of the country. Commander-in-Qhief, met on the 26th of Novem- pe
(Cheers.) bert the former is said to have suspended the for- co
e Sir'R'.l,.tn Peel--I never entertained the slight- ward movements of the latter, and is supposed to "
'-3 eat apprehension that any contrast between the have opened negotiations If his terms were. not th
h language employed in her majesty's speech in re- promptly complied with it was supposed that he be
s terence to those unfortunate disputes'that still pre- would hiimself commence immediate operations.
o vail between this country and Ameriea,. and that TH-E UNITED STATES AND GREAT BRITAIN. r(*
d which has been used by the chief magistrate of [From Willmer &% Smith's Tirnes.] to
Hos.I ee thoeh UntehSates ol that beend have ben ti The steamship Cambria. commanded by our ex- ,,i
H o us I ne ve th ugh t th a th a c o ld h ve ee ellen t a n d esteem ed frien d C apt. J ud k ins, tak es
Y misaken or misrepresented., out to-day the most important and gratifying intel- co
d .We have no hesitation in announcing our sin- ligenee that ever left the shores of Great Britain:-- w(
ocere desire for tihe interest of this eountr}, for the Sir Robert Peel--England's powerful and brilliant ve
s interests of the United States, and for the interests Minister-has developed his future commercial
n ot the civilized world, in continuing to strain policy.
d every effort which is consistent with national hon-. It is at once ample and comprehensive ; and un- lei
e or, for the purpose of amicably terminating those der its operation the exchange of commodities be-
n disputes. (Hear.) I never had any apprehension tween this. country (England) and the U. States r
h that our intentions or our language wold be mis- will be carried to an extent, and will be :n.,,, ,llv. -r
Represented ; and the speech which the. honorable productive of advantages, greater, to quote not ir:- gal
gentleman, (Mr. Hume,) the uniform and eonsis- reverently, the words of the sacred volume--"than Iti,
ttent advocate for the strictest economy, has just the eye hath seen, or the heart hath conceived." ex
- made, confirms me that my anticipations will not The new scheme embraces, with a full sense of' w
t be disappointed (Ch~eers.) And if any proposal their importance, Ihe principles of" fi'ee trade--re- am
which her M~ajesty's Government may feel it their pudiates all protection for commerce, manufactures
e duty to make for the maintanance" of essential and agriculture ; admits corn duty free, at the end not
.rights, or of the national honor, shall be responded of three years, wi'.h a scale which will probably ^
6 toand supported by this House, then let me not be oscillate between four and six shillings per quarter, Mi1
e mistaken. I think it would be the greatest mis- and at onceeadmits Indian corn and buckwheat o
e fortune, it a contest about the Oregon between firee of" all duty whatever. To the details of this ou


t twosucn powersa- t.,l.land the United States great measure we earnestly entreat the attention the
could not, by the '.-..-.:..,f ,,i ,,,lr,,-.i., andgood of our commercial readers. We beg to refer them fill
f sense, be brought to a perfectly honorable and to the speech itself, and to our remarks upon it. ted
e satisfactory conclusion. (Cheers.) Great Britain, at tie- present moment, is in a blaze po,
THE OREGON AND RIVER PLATE QUESTIONS. of excitement; men talk and think of nothing else ;
Lord John Russell said, he was not about to al they have set their hearts upon securing the -reat
b tide to those subjects which had been before the fiscal scheme, for the regeneration of the country,
Hou-, .,-,;l1,, but there were two questions in which the Premier has laid before Parliament, cer
that p f11 1 1 [i,- speech from the throne which re- and they desire to curtail the period fixed for the exp
lated to our foreign relations which he wished for total extinction of the corn laws. The friends of pop
some explanation upon. First, with regard to the peace and progression, on this side of the water, was
Oregon question. He entirely participated in the ',, i ... -ii%, and sincerely hope-that the new Sta
feelings of the right Hon. -..-i, ii, i. both that 11..i,, .... ll ,,,,, America to us bv the ties of amity, ,lD
peace with the United States was most desirable- brotherhood, and interest, and that the miserable We
and that we ought to dq r,.iim,, that was incon, squabbling about a barren waste will give way to f
sistent wilh H1i, ....-.i .f this country. But certain more liberal, civilized, and comprehensive views. fae,
statements had been put forth in America, and The immediate effects of the new tariff on the hui
had been reported to have been made to the Con- mosr prominent American exports we have noticed mnis
gress of the United States, which made it desirable elsewhere. Altogether the subject in its various and
that some-explanation should be given on the sub- phases, is the most important that ever crossed the med
ject. He had i-;.-ib that the President of the Atlanticsince the inlroductiortof ocean navigation; I is
United States-had last year made declarations to and all that is now wanting is for the. Government and
Congress on this subject which, were not confor- and people of the United States to meet us in a
male to the ,i,_.... of civilized countries, or to kindred spirit, and in the true spirit of commerce the
the friendly relations of' the two states; but it and of friendship, forget the past, and run a gener- '
would appear, however, that a proposition for a ous race of mutual happiness and prosperity for the r,.'
compromise had been made from the President to future. I law
Her Majesty's government, and he (Lord John PEEL'S FINANCIAL SCHEME. moi
Russell) conceived that that proposition had, Our columns to-dav furnish evidence of the great read
changed the state of the,1ii,,i,,. s revolution which has taken place in the public sch,
The ,,, .itse satisfactory or mind, relative to the fiscal policy of the country divi
not satisfactory ; but, havin-g been made, it did Governments, it is notorious, in all highly civilized wro
appear to him to require a statement from those in countries, are always conservative-always in ar- the
authority in this country of the terms on whichh rear of the people's requirements. It is certainly me
they would be sati fied to settle this question so in 'England; it is more or less so in other coun- ,et
That proposition, as he understood, had not been tries, making allowanceefor the difference of moral the
received by her Majesty's government, but had and physical causes. The Minister who carries T
been declared to be t..i ,11, inadmissible by our out Bentham's axiom of the greatest happiness of and
Minister in America. He (Lord John Russell), the greatest number," will best serve the interests trie]
confessed he thought that was a hasty proceeding of humanity, and fulfil his own high destinyr' what
on the.part of the representative of Her Majesty Butwherethe representative principleisat work;
inBt werethUneiesetdtvetates.er su w r e
n the United Itates. But what he wished to ask where the public mind possesses sufficient intelli- Duk
was, whether ,- -.,- had recommended gene to grasp great truths, and desires their em- Du"
or were going on -He was not desirous that the bodiment in action, all that the State Pilot has t. cat
papers should be presented to the House ; he was do, is to be the instrument of' realizing an enlight- facts
'.vll,.. to' leave the negotiation in the hands of ened policy on the safest .iii.. and with the the
her majesty % government until they could state most tender regard for the interests, feelings and stan
that a satisfactory result had been attained, before vihli of all classes-for thobe vhlhoj hav' cipl


thriven, as well as those who have suffered by t
previous policy.
This course of action describes, in a few word
the secret and the success of Sir Robert Pee
ministerial career, It has been alleged againsthi
that he never anticipates-always lags behind pu
lie opinion. It is true. He is essentially a prac
cal man, and never jeopardises success by expe
mental trickery. The body politic, like our phy
ical frame, was formed for noble uses. The di
section of a dead body, for the purpose of scientific
research, is all very well in its way ; but the livin
sensitive flesh shrinks with horror from the app
cation ofethe knife in the hands of bold and ruthle
quackery.
The characteristic features of the English mil
are reflected in the career of the plebian Premie
HIe has tact, judgment, and a thorough appreci
tion of character. Once in action, his indomit
ble energy braves all dangers, bears down all o
position. Keen, cautious searching, and self-rel
ing, ihe Minister who now sways the destinies
England would, in a private capacity, had lie bee
born to it-say as a merchant or a manufacturer-
have speedily attained greatness amongst the me
chant princes of his day ; bnt playing an infinite
more important part on the great stage of life, wit
a nation for his audience, he elicits overwhelmit
plaudits from the spectators; all are elated at h
masterly performance ; save a few perturbed Ti
its in the dress boxes-a handful of dukes, lorc
ings, and booby squires, to whom the humanisir
influence of the denouement is most unpalatable
But these preliminary remarks are keeping u
from the object at which we desire to arrive-i
point out to our readers the most striking feature
in the plan of the fiscal regeneration of the court
try, which Sir Robert Peel in a four hour's speech
introduced to the House of Commons, on the 27t
inst. In that speech he took an elaborated review,
of the fiscal condition of the country, and annom
ced the reduction of duty on a number ofarticle
which press upon the commercial and agriculture,
interest.
He impressed upon the manufacturers the nece
sity of preparing for the advent of free trade, b
giving up whatever limited amount of prolectio
They now enioy from foreign competition in th
shape of prohibitory duties: and the duties so in
posed lie announced his intention of reducing to
nominal amount. But this appeal to the manufac
turers is useless ; they have long since publicly re
pudiated the benefit of all protecting duties; hav
declared that they seek no aid beyond free scope
for the exercise of their talents in the open may
kets of the world ; and have often said in substance
to the agriculturalists, "do thou likewise." Th
timber duties are to undergo a revision, but int
the details of the change he did not enter, reserve
ing it for another day.
For the reduction on tallow, on paper hangings
on soap and candles, on boots and shoes, on foi
eign spirits, on clover and other seeds, on proviso
ions, (fresh and salted) on vegetables, on foreign
made carriages, we must refer to our ample repol
of the speech it.flf in another column. We car
do little more -than indicate in this place, current(
calama, the primary heads of the scheme. Suga
-that great article of Colonial produce, which nex
o the corn laws, has been most virulently assailed
on account of the tenacity to which the Ministe
has clung in screening it from competition-is still
o be more or less protected.
Slave-grown sugar be still regarded as an abomi
nation ; but the duty on foreign free labor sugar i:
o be reduced 3s 64 per cwt. The corn laws he
proposes to abolish totally and unconditionally, on
he 1st February, 1849, and in the meantime a
modified sliding scale is to be substituted for the
ne at present in existence.
For instance, when the price of corn is unde:
38s. the duty will be 10s, when above 48s, and tin
der 49s 9d and so on, the duty declining Is with a
ise in the price of Is, until the price reaches 53s,
when a permanent dut *of 4s is to take place. In
order to propitiate the landlord class, sum? of mo.
ey are to be advanced by Government for the
mprovemrent of agriculture.
The law of settlement is to be altered, so that,
after a servitude or residence of five years, in a
manufacturing district, the peasant who has left
he plough for the factory, must receive parochial
id, if he require it, from the place of his adoption,
o't the place ofhis nativity; the same with regard
o his children and his widow.
Moreover. the highway rates are to be remodel-
ed on a plan which is to save a tug at the agricul-
oral purse; and various other charges, hitherto
aid out of the country rates, such as the expenses
f convicted prisoners, of prosecutions at sessions,
he education of work house children, &c., are to
e paid in future by the State.
MR. COBDEN AND THE CORN-LAWS.
Mr. Cobden has published an address to the
armors of England on the proposition of Sir R
eel, relative to corn. His object is to convince
hem that it is better for their interests, in every
mint of view, to have the corn laws repealed at
nce, instead of waiting for the ministerial term
f three years.
The reasoning by which he supports this view
f the case appears in the face of it very conclu-
ve, but whether the response will be in the
pirit of Mr. Cobden's letter, is very doubtful.
o class of men dread a change more than far-
ers, and most of all, sudden changes. This
midity is further increased by their state of de-
endence on the landlord; the least refusal to
omply with his desires may be attended with
notice to quit;" arid to political subserviency
ey sel! themselves firom the moment that they
come tenants at will.
Little doubt can exist that a free trade in corn,
)m the present time would prove less injurious
thie farmer than what Mr. Cobden calls the
transition state," during which the stock of
rn wonld be accumulating in every part of the
mi-d to throw into the British market on the
ry day that the duty was remitted.
THE AMFRICAN MINISTER IN FRA'NCE.
Mr. King the American Minister at the Tui-
*ies, has been drawn into correspondence with
Guizot, for the purpose of r~ebutting a charge
referred against lnm by the London Times, of'
rbhing the views of the French Governrnent on
e subject, of. Texas,. and p roducin g"thereby the
phosive misalve in the President's Message.
h ch has caused snch a sensation in France,
d such protracted discusion in the Ch ." ambers.
Mr. King is sadly too thin skinned ; and he has
t betteredt his position by appealing through
r. Guizot, to the public, against the strictures
a newspaper. A high diplomatic functionary
ght to be above this The Times returns to


e charge, and sacrifices Mr. King unmerci-
ly. Mr. King's letter is rhetorical and infla-
d; that of Mr. Guizot brief, cold and to the
int.
THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT&
On the first night of the Session the interest
entered in the Ministerial explanations. These
planations were principally confined to the
ipular branch of the legislature, for the theme
s evidently distasteful to the seceder, Lord -
anly. On a subsequent night, howevr, the
ke of Richmond called upon the Duke of
etlington to supply his version, and he pre-
ed thie request by asking whether the hero of a
idred fights had received her Majesty's per-
ission to do so. The Duke, with the frankness
d promptness which marked his conduct im-
diately launched into a history of the affair.
s a very different story from that of his oily
d appearance-loving colleague at, the head of
Government.
Fhe Cabinet differed about the Corn laws and
i,j..!. The Dulke disliked the repeal of these
vs, but he disliked a difference in the Cabinet
re. To preserve unanimity of opinion, he was
dy to sacrifice any law-to give up any pet
eeme. Accordingly when the Whigs,.through
ided councils, broke down, Sir Robert Peel
ote to the Duke, who was in the country at
time, telling him that he would meet Parlia-
nt alone if necessary, and propose a repeal of
Corn laws.
'he Duke immediately gave in his adhesion,
highly praised the "pluck" of his right hon.
nd in coming to such a determination; it-was
at he would have done himself'under the press.
e ibf similar circumstances. Altogether, the
:e's explanation showed how differently edu-
on and character cause men to view the same
s., The large and comprehensive vision of
.statesman contrasts amusingly in this in-
ce, with- the narrow range of the military dis-
i n a ri a n r.


FRANCE.
Mr. Guizot has noticed the remarks of Mr.
Polk's message relative to War and Texas.
M. Guizot had accordingly felt surprised at the
*language used by the President in his message,
and he had considered it his duty to claim in re-
ply for France an entire independence of action.
He next examined the commercial reasons which
had'induced France to recog'nise the independence
of Texas in 1838, and rend-red her anxious to
maintain it in I8451. The political considerations
had been of still greater weight. There were at
present, he said, three powerful nations intent
on aggrandising beyond measure, their territo-
ries-England, Russia and the (United States.
DISASTER TO THE FRENCH IN ALG!ERS.
The French papers give an account of a horrid
disaster which overtook a detachment of the
French Army in the Province of Constantine.---
In the midst of a large plain, the column was over-
taken by a heavy fall of snow which continued
two days, in which the poor fellows were obliged
to bivouac. Some of them not having tasted food
for two days, fell victims to the severity of the
weather. By this calamity more than one hun-
dred lives, it is said, have been lost.


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C7 A few of our Tuesday's Letter Sheet
Prices Current yet on band. Those who
may desire them would do well to call early,
as the edition is nearly exhausted.

07 Advertisements intended for this pa-
per must be handed in on Friday to insure
insertion. A disposition to accommodate
our patrons has led us to admit advertise-
ments heretofore on Saturday, by which
the issuing of the paper has been delayed
until very late in the afternoon. This has
worked to our injury, and we are deter-
mined that the effect shall not be the result
of the same cause, hereafter.


0^ Within the last two weeks we have
been the recipients of numerous favors in
the "Pub. Doc." line, from our Honorable
Senators, Messrs. WESTCOTT and YULEE,
and our Representative, the Hon. Wm. H.
BROCKENBROUGH, (or which we return our
thants..
To Mr. CABELL we are under many
obligations, for his kind attentions to us
during his stay in Washington.
Other M. C.'s who have favored us with
the able speech of Mr. CABELL, and pam-
phlet copies of the speeches of various geu-
Itiemen, are entitled to our thanks in a two-


old degree.
THE FOREIGN NEWS


To which we have given a large space in
our paper to-day, will be found of a highly
interesting nature : in fact it is characterised
by the Press, both in this country and in
England, as the most important-that has
crossed the Atlantic for many years. The
policy of Sir ROBERT PEEL-the immedi-
ate repeal of the duty on many articles of
British import; the reduction and final re-
peal of the "Corn Laws," at the expiration
of three .years, and the uhimate establish-
ment of the Free Trade system in England ;
will have an important bearing upon the
commercial interests of the world.
The reader will be stuck with the con-
trast between the tone of the speeches of
Sir Robert Peel -and Lord John Russell)
and the English Press, and the 'Allens,
Casses and Hannegans of the United States
Senate, and a portion of the American
Press. While bluster and bravado have


as


s they have been translated, and compre-


characterized the latter, the former is mark-


hend and expound them in like manner;
but this "gentleman of color," in the true
antiquarian spirit of the living age, goes
back eighteen centuries for the dead lan-
guages! Well, we have no objection to
his -aspirations after knowledge; nor have
we any objection to his humbugging the
Jamaicans. If he is 'science nigga" enough
to impose himself upon the people of Ja-
maica as an "injured individual," and set
the inhabitants of the whole Island agog
with false notions of "free 'America "-as
the editor of the Times sarcastically terms
our country,-and her institutions, why, we
hope the hat may be passed around for his
benefit, until they find they have paid pretty
dearly for giving credence to the hypocriti--f
cal pretentions and false stories of a negro
who, if he were honest and infJ~trious,
would have had no need to leave th.NUnited
States-where his aged mother and young
sister reside,-to seekjiappiness in any other


ed with dignity, moderation, and at least an
apparent sincerity of desire for peace. But
" comparisons are odious."
That the tone of feeling in England, as
exhibited in the speech of the Queen her-
self. and the remarks of Peel and Russell,
will have a favorable influence upon the
minds of our tuiers at Washington, there
can be but little doubt : and we may reason-
ably expect the opening of further negotia-
tions between the two Governments, and
an amicable settlement of the Oregon Ques-
tion, at last.
THE NEW-YORK ILLUSTRATED MAGA-
ZINE-for March-is on our table. From
the examination of the numbers received
we think it will compare favorably with any
of the periodicals of the day. It possesses
much of the merit that should recommend
a work of its character to literary readers.
Its articles are chaste and-of a moral tone,


and seem to be written and selected with a country whatever. He's ahumbug.


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Twenty-Ninth Congress---First Session.
WASHINGTON, Februyry 25.
UNITED STATES SENATE_
PROCEEDINGS OF YESTERDAY!iS
The President laid before the Senate the
,annual report of the Commissioner of Pa-
tents.
Mr. Phelps offered a resolution instruct-
ing the Committ ee on the Library to report,
a hill to authorize Hiram Powers to exe-'
cute 'an equestrian statue of Washington,.
Laid over.
OREGON.
The-Senate then proceeded to the special
order, of, the day, and the Oregon debate
was resumed. I
Mr, Dickinson, who had not finished yes-
terday, resumed his remarks in favor of our
title, the notice, &c. r
Mr. J. M. Clayton desired to know what
he was to understand by the remark of Mr.
D. yesierday, that he was ready to meet
Great Britain half way, and in a spirit ,of
cdnipromise,, in making a Commercial
treaty ?
Mr. Dickinson replied that he meant if


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Editor and Publisher continue to give the
work that attention which it is apparent they
have bestowed on the two last numbers, par-
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and must meet with,' success.

T The new steamer Albany, Capt.
GRIFFIN, arrived a little. before our paper
went to press, bringing upwards of 900 bales
cotton, and a score of passengers. We are
no judges of water craft, but from the size
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ease with which she moved under it-to say
nothing of her being .built, b, a master
workman, General Foster,-we should at
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England conceded advantages to us, we, h
turn, should concede them to her to th
same extent-; .but he did not-mean to con
nect the subject with that of Oregon.
Mr. D. did 'not eemi to have any appr&
-hension ofea War, though he thought 'tha
when' Enslatnd varied, we -4hould arm to
If war did come we ,boould find million!
of men, and millions of arms and million
of swords readNy to leap from their scabbard
in defence of our rights and firesides+-an
plenty of mothers and sisters, too' as in th
davs of the Revolution,' ready 16ofeed thet
and clothe thrm, and;, if necessary, to bin
up tieir lacerated bosoms."
Mr. -D. said he want-d to retail Orego
for the people of the old world as well a
our own-t-or down trodden Ireland--fi
'England herself; 'uhen, like the sea, sh
should give up herliving dead. When h
had concluded-.-
Mr. Daiton moved that the further cor
sideration of' tie subje-.; 'be postponed unt
next Monday fortniIht, and advocated hi
motion in a few remarks principally on th
ground of the pacific and friendly character
of the late news from England, outwardly
at least, and a desire 1hat no action of th
Senate should interfere, with the desir
manifested by Great Britain to bring th
mailer to an amicable settlement.
Mr. Allen opposed Ihe poslponemienl
Iii s:Iw nothiir;1 in the lt'e ni ,s to justify
W Irnt'ference winich tihe Sen,,tor hlad draw
from it. G.ntlt-nien of course might diffe
in their concliui-ons, but for his own par
he did not con.-idr that the declarations o
the British 3Ministrv in the Houses of Par
liallent, or tlh" declarations of the British
journals fore-ihliloed the real policy o
Great Britain. If he should drawany infer
ee, it would be, that she meant directly
t1e reverse of what she s;id. Mr. A. said
sAid he had no objection, if any Senate
wanted time to prepare himself for the dis
cussion, to postpone" the subject for a day
or two-but it was no time to show a disp`
sition to qnake or waver in presenting a bold
^ front oi this qiiestjou,
MIr. Calhoun hoped the motion to post
pone would not prevail. The Senate was
now full, and he would prefer that they
should proceed to vote" on the various
amendments which had been proposed or
were intended to be proposed.
Mr. C,,ss said he was not goingto make
a war speech, nor 'Would he use the word
-ineviitible."- He was in favor of peace
and depreciated war much as any gentleman
on either side of the Chamber- He must
however, express'his astonishment that the
official journal- (the Union) should have
characleiized the news as pacific and give the
Qeen's spec-h in support ot it. For him-
self he saw noting in the speech to lead tc
such a conclusion, but just the contrary.
He was opp'oyed to the postponement.
At the' s-1 g.ie0ib t' f M?-. Berrien the
motion of Mr. Dayton was withdrawn, for
the purpose of. enabling Mr. Colquitattc
submit an ;mer.Ii.ntll, which was read
for information and proved to be very similar
in substance to Mltr. CriLtenden's amend-
ment. ..
Mr., CrittetidOn said he wais dit prepared
to accept the amendment as a subiiitne for
his own, without furth-r time to examine
and consider it. He therefore moved that
it be printed. The notion prevailed.
Mr. Calhoun hope that if no Senator
should be prepared to spr,,k on the subject
to-morrow, the Senate should proceed t-6
'vote on the ;iinend Ill,-4,11 .
M,Ir. Allen and Mr. Crittenden were both
opposed to voting on the .niendineu until
the debate. was fuished,.
Mr. Calhoun ag iii advocated his sugges-
lion.
Mr. All'en moved-to go into Executive
session. '
Mr. Afangum moved to adjourn. ,Lost,
"23 to 23-the Vice President voting in the
negative.
*'' Mr. Alien renewed his motion, which
prevailed, and the Semate went into Execu-
tive session and' afterwards adjourned.
HOUSE OFREIpRESENTAT-VEs.
Mr. Ramsay from the Committee on
Naval Affairs, reported a bill ior the com-
meneement of. fo'tifications at New.Bedford.'
MVr. Hunter of Va., rep.,rtel a hill fo~r{
the retrocession' of the ." y of "l~ ili
to the State of Va. Read twice and r'eleireI
to .the Committee of the Whole.
The Committee upon a i-evisal of the
rules and orders, reported a r'ule requiring
the Speaker to .allow a division upon each
item,of expcnih~ttrne at the time of the en-
grossment-of a bill when the bill was/for the
purpose of internal improvement.
Mr. Boyd called forthe Pr~evious-'Ques-
tion upon this rule.
Mr. Tibbats moved t0 lay it ttpon the
table and called for the yeas and nays..-
The vote was, yeas 95 to 65.
Some confusion Was apparent in tie Hall
among the friends of Internal Improvement
at the resuhtof this vote.
Mr. Wiitl~i'o,q of" Mn of order that the rules could no~t be amen-


ded without one -day's notice. The Spea-
ker overuled the objection.
The previous question Was then seconded
by a vote of 82 to 72, and the yeas and nays
ordered upon lthe ,.nin question, which was
'Karried by a vote of 98 to 75.
, Mr. Tibbatts, of Ky., asked if the morn-
ing hour had not expired.
The Speaker said it had, but as the House
bad ordered the main question to be now
put;,'it would be necessary to go on with the
subject before-the House.
The yeas and nays were then called upon
jthe adoption of the:Resolution, and 'the vote
Stool-N-'eas 106, na)ys 71.
A motion to rec.osider this vote was then
Submitted, pending which Mr. Tibbatts of
Ky. moved that the House. go into Com-
mittee of the Whole. Every thins was a
matter of contest during the day th us far,
and the yeas and nays were called upon the
motion. The vote was very close, yeas 85,,
roes 88. .
The Previous Question was then moved
Upon the motion to reconsider, and there
was a second by a vote of 84 to 79.
The yeas and nays were then called upon
the motion to reconsider, and the House
decided not to reconsider. Ayes 80, noes 95.
Mr. Vinton, of Ohio gave notice that he
would to-morrow bring in a Resolution to
make the rule designed for bills for Internal
Improvements alone, applicable to bills,
whether for revenue, fortifications or appro-
priation bills of any sort.
Mr. McKay moved that the House go in-
to Committee of the \Whole which prevailed.


the Clerk, and on motion of Dr. Green, seconded
by Mr. Hancock, referred to a committee of three
to report thereon; and the Mayor named Messrs.
Guyon, Green and Rinaldi said committee.
Mr. Rinaldi, duly seconded, moved to take up
the resolution offered .by him (and laid over) at a
previous meeting, and adopted, whereupon the
said resolution was read by the Clerk, as follows:
Resolved, That hereafter any member of this
board wishing to offer an ordinance for consider-
ation., shall give notice at a previous meeting'of
his intention so to do, stating its object, &c and
it shall not be acted upon until the next regular
meeting, unless this resolution be waived by two-
thirds of the members present.
And on motion of Dr. Green, duly seconded,
the same was adopted, and ordered to be embodied
in the by-laws adopted by the Council.
On motion of Mr. Guyon, seconded by Mr.
Rinaldi, the claim of the City against the United
States, for the support of sick seamen during the
last summer, was referred to the committee on
the Hospital and Poor.
Ma. Rinaldi offered the following resolution,
which was adopted :
Resolved, That all fines and penalties, now on
the record of the Mayor's Court, against the mas-
ter of any steam boat, for the violation of an or-
dinance passed 21lst May last, entitled "an ordi-
nance in relation to taxes, &c." be remitted on
the defendants paying the costs of suit.
Dr. Green offered the following preamble and
resolution, which was' read, and the further con-
sideration thereof postponed tillthe next regular
meeting:
Whereas, it is evidently for the mutual advan-
tage and interest of the Land Company and City
,of Apalachicola, thai the foot of the public street'
leading to the river shall be kept open and free
from obstructions, so that in case of fire an expe-
ditious communication may be had with the wa-
ter, and for other purposes.
Resolved, That the streets of said city leading
to the Apalachicola river do terminate in the
water, and are subject to the same regulations as
are observed in reference to public streets gener-
ally, and that, the wharves at the foot of said
streets may not be used for profit or emolument.
The Mayor presented a communication from
William C. Lawrence, resigning his seat as a
member of this board, which was received and
read by the Clerk, and on motion of Mr. Green,
seconded by Mr. Peck, was accepted.
Dr. Green offered the following resolution,
which was adopted:
Resolved, That the Clerk of this board is here-
by ordered to give ten days notice for the election
of a Councilmen for the City of Apalachicola
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of Mr. William C. Lawrence, and that the in-
spectors for said election be Messrs. Harry R.
.Taylor, Thomas Orman and Hezekiah R. WVood.
The committee to whom were referred the fol-
lowing bills, reported favorably on them, and they
were severally passed and allowed by the Coun-
cil, viz:
John Gannon's bill for drayage on streets. .$9 75
Abraham Low, for hauling stone .......... 4 75
Peter Hobart, for drayage on streets ....... 10 00
G. G. Windham, for work on street ........ 2 25
John P. Lohans, for work on street........2 62
Daniel Poland, for labor for city ........... 8 25
Cyrus Spencer, for work on Market.......49 00
Dr. Green presented the bill of Mr. Thomas for
board of paupers in hospital to 28th February
last, and on motion of Mr. Guyon, duly seconded,
the rule was waived, and said bill passed and al-
lowed $45 41.
On rr option, the Council then adjourned.


PASSENGERS.
Per brig Manhattan, for New York-Mr. Glau-
dell and lady; Messrs Hall, Terry and 6 in the
steerage.
Per steamer Emily-Messrs D B Wooed, Gay-
lord and Chambers.
Per steamer Viola-Mr Ricks- lady, two chil-
dren and twio servants; Dr McGruder and lady;
Judge Widgeons, Capt Thomas Jourden, Messrs
H B Stone, G Cteland, D Bryant, Wm Ingram,
Wm H Hinds, S T Porter.
Per steamer Columbus--Messrs Davis, Condey,
Godwin, Adair, Master Garrard.
Per steamer Aernes-Dr Baker, John Sealv.
Per steamer CGlumbus--Mrs Wicrals,.tolfWm
Toney, Hon It C Spann, Dr Philips: Messrs 0
Lippitt, R Holaway, A Spann, W' Sutton, M
Wairen, Spratt, Young Man .
Per steamer Augusta-Mrs Tihdle and child,
Miss Shaw, Col N C Crugar; Messrs J Persons
and son, P Bosworth, S C Hall, J G Hurd, E
Lewis.
Per steamer Champion-Major Pace and daugh-
ter; Messrs Raney, Green, Hardwick, Beall,
May and Fannin.
-er steamer Boston-Miss Odom, Messrs Cum.
ford, Fleming and Smith.
Per steamer Mary A Moore--Mrs Leaird and
servant, Mrs Cargile and servant, Mrs Mosely
and servant, Mrs Estes, Mrs Joyce, Miss Keils,
Miss Moore, Messrs Butts, Morrison, Sporman,
Leaird and Warrick.
Per steamer Agnes--Judge Wylie, Messrs Thos
P Jordan, W W Croom and servants.
Per steamer Albany-Col Wm W Cheever. Dr-
L B Mercer, Dr R. Q Dickinsdin, Gen N P Foster,
David A Vason, Asa Sinquefield, J M Hull and
servant, James C Bartlett, R K. Hunt, James G
Johnson, Joseph L Thorn, Jas L Byington Wal-
ter Thompson, Samuel Hartfield, Wm S Dema-
rel, Wm Malhineny, John Parker, R H Kendrick,
Thos Hill, Masters James, Mercer and Thompson,
Mi;-s L Branden.


COTTON STATEMENT. Last
-- year.


3


Stock on hand 1st Sept ..... ..... 4
Received past 3 days.......... 5,771
previously .........b3,239
Total .... bales -- 69,014
Exported past 3 days .......... 4,373
previously .......... 36,395
Total ...........- 40,768
On hand and on shipboard not cleared 28,246


104000

68020
35980


RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR."
Per steamer Emily-270 bales cotton to.D B
Wood & Co; 95 to Harper &, Holmes; 143 to
Hill, Dawson & Co- 14 to B Elison &' Co; 13
boxes tobacco to D G Raney.
Per steamer Viola-260 bales cotton to W A &5
P C Kain: 179 to Hill. Dawson & Co; 98 to Wm
Ingram; 79 to Nourse. Stone & Co: 70 to Win G
Porter & Co; 40 to Wylie & McKenzie; 33 Wm
H Hinds; 76 to Chas Rogers t& Co; 15 to D Bry-
ant; 68 do and 8 boxes tobacco to Locckhart &
Young; 21 bales cotton, 109 cow hid? and 1 bale
deer skins to McKay & Hartshorne; 10 bbls tallow
to Green & Connery.
Per steamer Columbus-199 bales cotton to Jno
C Maclay; 180 to Chas Rogers & Co- 86 to W A
6 P C Kain; 44 to Lockhart & Young; 25 to
Bugbee & Howard; 84 to Harper & Holnes; 4 to
J Day kCo.
Per steamer Agnes-29 bales cotton to McKay
&Hartshorne; 6 to D G Raney; 10 do and 14
boxes robaceo to Thos Preston; 4 do to Lockhart
& Young; 1 to B S Hawley.
Per steamer Apalachieola-66 bales cotton to
Lockhart &s Youg; 52 to Wylie & McKenzie; 61
to Wra G Porter & Co: 83 to McKay & Harts-
horne; 10 to J Day & Co; 10 to Green & Conne-
ry; 17 to IHoward & Rutherfordj 20 to Warren
Suton; 2 to Harper & Holmes.
Per steamer Augusta-122 bales cotton io Har-
per &- Holmes; 145 to Wm H Kimbrough & Co;
177 to Lockhart & Young; 62 to Howard & R uth-
erford; 46 to McKay & Hartshorne; 38 to Wm G
Porter & Co; 46 to J Day & Co.
Per steamer Champion-300 bales cotton to Jno
C Mlaclay; 127 to Harper & Holmes; 106 to Sims
& Cheever; 66 to McKay & Hartshorne; 27 to C
Rogers & Co; 44 to Lockhart & Young: 26 to
Wm G Porter AL Co; 24 to Wylie & McKenzie;
22 to Hill, Dawson & Co. '
Per steamer Boston-174 bales cotton to Green
& Connery; 164 to Hill, Dawson Nc Co; 74 to
McKay & Hartshorne; 29 to W & P C Kuin; 29
do and 1 bale hides to*J Day & Co; 1 bale cotton,
13 sacks groundpeas and 1 box tobacco to Wylie
&e NcKenzie.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-531 bales cotton,
1 do hides and 1 box tobacco to McKay & Harts-
horne; 334 balescotton and 20 sacks corn to Lock-
hart & Young; 22 bales cotton, 8 boxes tobacco
and 30 sacks corn to Wylie & McKenzie; 1 bale
hides to J Day & Co.
Per steamer Agnes-9 bales cotton to D G Ra-
ney; 75 do and 5 boxes tobacco to Lockhart &
Young; 5 do to Wylie & McKenzie; 2 to B S
Hawley.
Per steamer Albany-815 bales cotton to Sims
& Cheever; 28 to Lockhart &, Young; 35 to J
Day & Co; 29 to N Crugar.
Per barge Flat Shoals, fm Marianna-50 bales
cotton and 102 sacks groundpeas.
Per box No 2, fm Danville-268 bales cotton to
J H & J M Hull; 192 to Sims &5 Cheever; 38 to
J Day & Co.
Per box Rodolph, fm Dan~dlle--262 bales cotton
to Lockhart & Young, 146 to J Day &: Co.
Per box Shark-23 bales cotton to J H &; J M
Hull.
Per cotton box No 1, from Cotton Bluff-362
bales cotton to Lockhart & Young.
Per cotton box No 2, fin Cotton Bluff-206 to J
Day & Co; 89 to Lockhart & Young; 55 to How-
ard & Rutherford.
EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Ocean-1824 bales
cotton.
BOSTON-Per ship Louisa-1024 bales cotton.
NEW YORK-Per brig Cayuga-507 bales cot-
ton.
Per bark Isabella-934 bales cotton.
Per brig Manhattan-481 bales cotton, 5 do
hides, 50 sacks groundpeas, 50 boxes tobacco, i5
bbls and 20 pkgs mdze.
NEW ORLEAS-Per steam schr Florida-110
bales cotton.


in Mr. Payneof Ala. (who was entitled tc
ie the floor upon the River and Harbor Bill)
n- would not yield, bat went on to oppose the
Bill warmly upon constitutional grounds.
6- The measure was denounced as a monster,
at and by many other words af censure.
0. -Mr. Brinckerhoff, of Ohio, replied to this
is speech. and defended the Lake country and
3s members from the aspersions put on it and
Is them by the member from Alabama.
d Mr.-McClernand obtained the floor, when
je the, Bill was laid aside for the day.
rn Mr. Brodhead asked the favorable con-
d si'deration of a Bill from the Senate, making
an appropriation for supplying the Minister
In of Justice in France with copies ef the de-
as cisions of the Courts of the Union.
)r The Bill passed both in Committee and
ie in -the House, when an adjournment was
e moved and-carried.

a. [From the Floridian.]
il METHODIST CONFERENCE.
is The second annual Conference of the
e Methodist Episcopal Church, South closed
r at Monticello 'on Monday evening last, after
1y a session of four days. We have been po-
e likely furnished with the following list of ap-
,e, pointments for the present year;
Le Quincy District,-Reuben H. Luckey, P. E.
Quincy-Wm. W. Griffin.
t. Albany-Geo. W. Pratt.
y Blakely-John Slade.
n Bainbridge-A. J. Deavoure.
r Gadsden--Jamies Harris, George Arnon.
rt Wakulla-Wesley W. Adams.
)f Spring Creek Mission-[To be su applied ]
""r- Lake Jackson-[To be supplied.]
h Tallahassee District-P. P., Smith, Pc E
)f Tallahassee-E. L. T. Blake.
Lcon--John J. Richards.
y Thomasville- Seaborn G- Childs.
J Monticello--Gideon A. Mallet.
r Madison-John J. Jerry.
amilton--R. A" Griffin.
y, Troupville-John H. Bryan.
I- Warrior Mission-Thomas Taylor.
d Leon Mission-[To be supplied.]
Newnansville District-J. W. Yarbrouagh,
- P.PE.
s Newnansville-Thomas W6 Cooper.
y Columbia-G. C. Clark.
s Santa Fee Mission-Francis A. Johnson.
r Marion'Mission-Robt. Howren.
Benton Mission--John C. Ley.
e Hillsborough Mission-J. W- Mills.
I Orange Mission--John Penny.
, Key West--S. P. Richardson.
n St. Mary's Dist.-Alex. Martin, P. E.
I St.S. Mary's-A. Graham.
e Jacksonville-John J. Taylor.
e Nassau-James N. M. Low.
e .Brunswick-M ahlon Bedell, F. Sfewart.
Holmesville-[To be' supplied.]
. Waresborough--J. W. Carlton.
Irwin-A. D. Russell.
Glynn Mission-J. Carraway.
St. Augustine-D. L. White, Jr.
r The next Conference to be held at Quincy.
) Delegates appointed to the first General
Conference of the' M. E. Church, South,
r to be held at Petersbnrg. Va.,: R. H. Luck-
- ey. and Alexander Martin. i
We are. informed that a veyytands.ome
sum was received for Missionary purposes
r -over $400 being collected;.
City Council Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, }
MONDAY EVENING, March 2, '46.
L Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts, Mayor;
Councilmen, Messrs. Guyon,. Green, Hancock,
Rinaldi, and Peck. I
The minutes of the three last meetings were-
read, and approved.
The Clerk presented the report of the Chief
E,in..r.]-, stating the E, gt, to be in good order,
and recommending the erection of a tower for the
purpose of' washing, drying and oiling the hose,
which \%-3j received and read, and on motion of
Mr. Guyon referred to the Committee on the Fire
Department.
The Corn. on Improvements and Contracts, to
whom was referred the communication of Charles
H. AKustin requesting to be informed whether the
city would fill in and grade Water st. one hun-
dred feet south-easterly from its present terminus,
reported that it was inexpedient at present to fill
in said street, as in their opinion the public would
not be benefitted thereby;' which was received
and read, and on, motion of Mr. Rinaldi, accepted
| and orde-red on file. ,
The Mayor presented a. communication fi'om
'.the Hen-.W.' H Brockenbrough, stating that he
had been requested by Mr. Bache, Superinten-
*dent of" the.Coast Survey, to designate what insti-
tution should receive the charts under an act of
Congress, and that as Florida was not likely to
receive more than one sett, it seemed proper to
appropriate them to the principal commercial
city; and that he preferred the Chamber'of Com-
merce of this city should be the recipients of said
charts; but not :knowing whether the Chamber
of Commerce was incorporated,, he had sent hem
to (and considered the property in) the city, to be
placed in the custody of the Chamber for its use,
and the use of the citizens generally ; and that the
chart of New. Yo~rk Bay and Harbor had been al.
ready sent: which Was received and read, and
thereupon Mr. Rinaldi offered the following reso-
lutions, which were, adopted :-
Resolved, that the thanks of this board be given
to the Hen. Wm. H. Brockenhrough for designs-


ting this city as the depository of the Charts for
Florida,,now being published under the direction
of the Treasury Department of the U. S.
Resolved, further, that the charts take ihe
course indicated by the letter from Mr. Brocken-
brough, and that they be placed in the custody of
the Chamber 'of Commerce of this city, for its
use, and the, use of the citizens generally.
A communication was received from the City
Attorney recommending a repeal o" the Ordinance
entitled an Ordinance in relation to Taxes, &c.,
passed 21st May, 1845, which was received and
read by the Clerk; whereupon, Mr. Rinaldi mov-
ed, s,.condod [3'.Mr. Peck, to take up an ordi-
nance entitled an ordinance in 'relation to taxes,
&c., passed 21st May, 1845, submitted by him-at
a previousfmeeting and laid on the table. Adopt-
ed : and the said ordinance having been read by'
the Clerk, on motion of Mr. Green, seconded by
Mr.,Rinaldi, the same was duly passed by its title.
Dr. Green offered an ordinance entitled An
Ordinance in relation to Steamboats, which was
read by tqe. Clerk and on motion of Mr. Guyon
duly seconded, was passed by its title. ,
Dr Green from the special Committee to whom
was referred the ordnance entitled An Ordnance
in relation to slaves &c. repotted a substitute
therefore entitlec the same, which was read by
the Clerk, and Mr. Guyon moved seconded by
Mr. Hancock, to refer him back f6 the Commit-
tee, and said motion was lost, whereuponmon mo-
tion of Dr. Graen seconded by Mr. Peck the said
ordnance was duly passed by the title thereof.,
Mr. Rinaldi seconded by Mr. Peck moved to
take up the ordnance offered by him (and laid
over) at a previous meeting, entitled An ordnance
amending an ordnance regulating Licences of
drays &c. which may be found in 1846 6th sec-
tion. Adopted. And said ordnance-was read by
the Clerk, and withdrawn by Mr. Rinaldi, where-
upon Mr. Guyon offered An ordinance amending
an ordinance, entitled-"An ordinance r.K'gulafinrg
the licensing of draysi &c;," which was read by


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o1 bo.ird, will have prompt dispatch.' Foi bal-
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DODGE &- PRATT,
March 7 40 Water street.


For Sale.
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.u nd pleasant part of that delightful wa-
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the best manner, with folding doors, three rooms
and a hall on a floor, Kitchen, Stable, Carriage
House and all necessary out-buildings in good
order.
The above will be sold very low as the present
owner intends leaving the country.
Persons wishit:g to have a summer retreat,
where all the advantages of health, sea bathing,
fishing and hunting are enjoyed in the greatest
perfection, will do well to apply soon to
march 10 WOOD & CO, 32 Water-st.


Proclamation
BY THE GOVERNOR.
BY virtue of the provisions of an act of the
General Assembly of this State, entitled',
An Act to organize the Militia of the State of
Florida," approved December 97,,1945, I, WILL-
IAM D. MOSELY, Governor of Florida,>'do hereby
Proclaim that an Election will be hlild on the
First Monday in JApril next. for all the Division,
Brigade, and Regimental Officers of the Militia
of the State, as follows: # -
For one Major General of the First Division of
the State of Florida, composed of that part of
the State West of the Suwann'ee Rive&'. For one
Major General of the Second Division of the
State of Florida, composed of that part of the
State East of the Suwanee River, and known as
East and South Florida.
For one Brigadier General for the first Brigade,
composed of the Militia west of the Apalachi-
cola. For one Brigadier General of the second
Brigade, composed of the Militia east of the
Apalachicola and west of the Suwanee. For'
one Brigadier General of tt.e third Brigad&, com-
posed of th'e Militia of the V'ounties of Colum-
bia, Alachuz, Levy, Mari'on, Benton and Hills-
borough. For one Brigadier General of the
fourth Brigade, composer of the Militia of the
counties of Nassau, Dtival, St. 'Johns, Orange;
St. Lucie, Dade and Monroe.
For one Colonel, one Lieidtenant Colonel, and
one Major, for each Regiment, as follows:
For the first Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of Escambia and Santa R68a counties.
For the second Regiment, composed of the Mi-
litia of Walton and Washington counties.
For 'he third Regiment, composed of 1he Mili;-
tia of Franklin and Calhoun counties. -.;
For the fourth Regiment, composed of the Mil
litia of Jackson county.
For the fifth Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of Gadsden county.
For the sixth Regiment, composed of the Mi-
litia of Leon and Wakulla counties;
For the seventh Regiment, composed of the
Militia of Jefferson county.
For the eighth Regiment, composed of the
Militia of Madison and Hamilton counties.
For the ninth Regimentj composed of the Mi-
litia of Columbia county.
For the tenth Regiment, composed of the Mi-
litia of Alachua, Levy and Marion counties.
For the eleventh Regiment, composed of the
Militia of Benton and Hillsborough counties.
For the twelfth Regiment, composed of the
Militia of Duval and Nassau counties.
For the thirteenth Regiment, composed of the
Militia of St. Johns, Orange and St. Lucie coun-
ties'.
For the fourteenth Regiment; composed of the
Militia of Dade and Monroe counties'.,
And I do order that said Ele'cion be held A
the precincts in the several counties, at which
the general elections, on the first Monday of Oc-
tober last, were ordered to be held, and by the
Inspectors appointed to manage such elections
and if such Inspectors for any cause faiLor refuse
to act, then by such Inspectors as' the voters pre;
sent at such precincts may select., And I do
further order, that the returns of said election
shall be made by the Inspectors thereof forthwith
after the election, and directly to the Governor
and Commander-in-Chief of the Miilia of this'
State. And I do further order, that the Inspec-'
tors of the various precincts shall set, up; twenty /
days before the election, in three or more public
places in their election. district, notice of the
time of holding the election hereby ordered.
Given under my hand at the city of Tallahas_
see, this'20th day of February, 1846. ;
W. D. MOSELEY,
Governor of Florida, and Commander-in-Chief
of the Militia thereof. FeB 28 9-te


Sheriffs Sale.
B"Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from
the Clerks Office of ;he Circuit Court for the
county of Franklin, Western Circuit cf Florida;
wherein Holbrook Nelson & Co. are plaintiffs and
Geo. F. Baltzell is def't, I have levied upon, and
will expose for sale, before the Court House door
in the city of Apalachicola, on Monday, the 6th
day of April next, within legal hours, the fol-
lowing described property, to wit : The one un-
divided half of Lots number one and twenty in
Block F. 1, and the improvements thereon, in
the said city of Apalachicola. Levied upon as
the property of said defendant, and to be sold to
satisfy said writ. JOHN LUCAS,
Sheriff Franklin County.
Apalachicola, March 7, 1846. 10-ts


Notice.
T HE subscriber having sufficiently recovered
from his indisposition, will resume his School
on Monday next, at the house formerly occupied
by him as a School room.
Persons sending their children are requested to
do so immediately upon the opening of the School.
The subscriber would state for the information
of all concerned, that his will be entirely discon-
nected with the Free School.
THOMAS N. GARDNER.
Apalacicola, March 7, 1846. 10-2t


_ COMMERC IAL..
REMARKS ON THE MARKET.
COTTON.-The quantity oflfring for the last few
days has been larger than for some time previous,
and although the transactions have not been on a
very extensive scale, still there has been consider-
able inquiry, and factors generally have obtained
very full prices.
The decline of 1c., consequent upon the receipt
of the Cambria's accounts, noticed in ourprice cur-
rent review of Tuesday, has not been maintained
since, the principal sales being at about old prices.
In our remarks upon the market this day week,
we stated that the sales were full up to our outside
quotations, and that on a rigid classification an
eighth higher on most grades would be nearer the
mark. We to-day raise our quotations on some
grades, it being impossible to, buy a strict class at
our extreme figures of last Week.
LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.


NOTICE-Know all persons interested, that
six weeks from the date of this notice, I
will apply to his honor the Judge of Probate for
the county of Franklin, for letters of* administra-
tion upon the estate of Stephen T. Skillman, de-
ceased. SILAS DAVENPORT.
Apalachicola, Fa., March 6, 1846. 10-6w


PORT OF APALACHICOLA ........ March 7.


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


CLEAR ED.
Feb. 23-Brig Cayuga, Currier, for New York,
by Dodge, & Pratt.
March 2-Ship Ocean, Willard, for Liverpool,
by Master.
March 5-Ship Loutsa, Tay, for Boston, Chas
R.ogeres & Co.
Schr Martha Louisa, Bylandt, for Key West.
March 6-Steam Schr. Florida, Cliff, for New
Orleans.
Bark Isabella, Kelly, for New York, by Chas
Rogers & Go,
March 7-Brig Manhattan, Johnson, for New
York, by Nourse, Stone & Co.
ARRIVED.
March 2-Steam Schr Florida, Clift, fin New
Orleans.
Bark Rio, Harding, fm Kingston, Ja.
March 4-Ship Geo Skolefild, Skolfield, from
London.
Schr Dodge, Knap, fm New York.
March 5-Ship Huron, Weeks, fm Havre
March 6-Bark Cumberland, Power, fm Liver-
pool.
Steamer Agnes, Rynear, fm Chattahoochee
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Steamer Mary A Mooi'e, Moore, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Augusta, Hall, from Columbus.
Steamer Apalachicola, Sutton, from Eufaula.
Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, tin Columbus.
Steamer Columbus, Garrard, from Columbus.
Steamer Boston, Morton, fim Columbus.
Steamer Emily, Roland, fm Columbus.
Steamer Albany, Griffin, fm Albany.


Bagging and Rope.
A50 F PCS. very heavy Louisville, Man &
Co.Ba(, ,r -o. B g ; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March 7 J. DAY & Co.


Sngar.
0 HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. su-
9iiw perior St. Croix, in store, for sale by -
March 7 AJ. DAY & Co.


1846.
Inferior.................5 a 5
Ordinary ................ 51 a 6 .
M iddling................ 61 a 6-
Good.Middling.... .. .6j a 6j
Middling Fair ........... 7,} a 7j
Fair ................ 7, a 7j
Good Fair .... .......... 8 a 8i


Pork & Beef.
4 BBLS. Mess and Prime Pork; 30 bbls.
Mess and Prime Beef, for sale by
March "7 XT" AV Y&. PC.


GROCERiES.-For the past week there has been
little doing in Groceries, and it has been very diffi-
cult to effect sales, at the quoted rates. Large ar-
rivals from New-Orleans have well stocked the
market with Western Produce, and dealers are
now ready to meet customers with full surplies.
Coffee is held at8 a9c. for the best article of Rio'
of the poorer qualities there is but little in the mar-
ket. Western Fl'our is now selling at 5J a 6, per
Bbl; Northern, H- a 7,. N. 0. Sugar is in good
demand and sells freely by the Bbl. at 7 a 8c., and
in Hhds. at 6J a 74c.: old crop is in no demand,
and the quantity on hand very small. Molasses,
27 a 2Sc. Whiskey, 24 a 25c. per gall. Pork has
materially declined during the past Week ; Mess is
now sold at $12'e; Prime, $11 per Bbl. The stock
of Bacon is large: Sides, 6' a 7; Shoulders, 5:-': a
6; Htaros, 9c. Lard, 8 a 9c., per keg. Beeswax,
small sales at 23 a 25c.
There has been no change in Bagging and Rope;
we continue our former quotations.
Hides -are in good demand at 7 a7-c: choice
lots will bring 7J.
Peanuts are extremely dull, most of the lots of-
fering have been injured by the frost, and are near-
ly worthless. A good article sells at 45 a 50c.
Hay $1 a 1.25 per cwt.
FREIGHTS.-We have no change in rates for
Liverpool. For New York, Fall River and Pro-
vidence there have been engagements at 5-8c.
We quote,:
QUOTATIONS :
To Liverpool.......... 1-2 a 9-16d per lb.
New York ................... 5-8c. '
Boston..................... .5-8c. "
Providence...................5-8c. "
Philadelphia...; ..... .........5-8c. "


Canvassed Hams.
CASKS Canvassed Hams, for sale by
WOOD & CO,
March 7 32 Water-st.
RDECEIVED per ship Huron, from Havre, a
J[ few pair of French Boots, made by the cel-
brated Hurter. l
March 7 MILLER & Co.


An Ordinanace
In relation to Steamboats.
'Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the city of Apalachicola, that from and
after the passage of this Ordinance, all Steam-
boats going down the Bay of Apalachicola for the
purpose of receiving goods, wares, and merchan-
dise from vessels anchored there, shall be subject
to the same laws and regulations as Lighters and
other craft that land goods upon the wharf of said
city T
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, that it shall be
the duty of the Harbor Master to collect all mon-
eys due from such Steamboats, and to pay them
over in the same manner as he does all moneys
due from Lighters to said city.
Passed by Council, March" 2, 1846.
E. C. ROBERTS, Mayor.
WILLIAM- VALLArr, Clerk.
An Ordinance,
To repeal "A.n Ordinance in relation to Taxes,
I fyc." passed 21st May, 1S45.
Be it ordained by the Mayor andCouncil of
the~city-.of Apalachicola, that from and after the
passage of this Ordinance, the Ordinance passed
on the 21tt May, 1845, in relation to Taxeg, &c.
is hereby repealed. '
Passed by Council March 2d, 1846.
E. C. ROBERTS, Mayor.
W. VALLEA.U, Clerk.


LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS -
B Armar, Carver, 435 tons, for New York, loading
-Nourse, Stone &- Co.
Ocean Queen, McBride, 802 tons, ftr Liverpool,
loadin g-J Day & Co.
Kestrel, Turner, 810 tons, for Liverpool, with dis-
patch-W A &; P C Kain. ,
Edwin, Pierce, 339 tons, for Providence, loading
-T L Mitdhel.
Geo Skolfield, Skolfield, 414 tons, fm London,
waiting-Master.
Huron. Weeks, 514 tons, fm Havre, waiting-
Master.
BARQUES.
Duc de Orleans, Robertson, fin New York, wait-
ing Master.
Robert Watt, Johnson, tons, fm Liverpool,
waiting--Hill, Dawson & Co.
Providence, Vinson, 440 tons, for Fall River,
loading--Wm TWood.
Eliza, Talbot, 279 tons, for Boston, loading-D B
Wood & Co.
Jane E Williams, Parker, 396 tons, for New York,
loading-Dodge & Pratt.
Cumberland, Power, 402 tons, fm Liverpool,
waiting-Master.
Rio, Harding, tons, for Philadelphia, loading
-T L Mitchell.
BRTGS.
Mary Willis, tons, Rogers, from Barbadoes-'
Master.
Wakulla, Millford, 267 tons, for New York, load-
ing-Dodge & Pratt.
Tybee, McCormack, 329 tons, for New York,
with dispatch-Nourse, Stone & Co.


Foer Sale.
20 FIRKINS bestDairy B utter,jbOtter known
O as Latham's Butter." Applj'y to
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co. -


On Consignment,
T-HE subscriber has just received- A.rom the
manufacturers and publishers a beautiful-lot
of Paper Hangings, Foolscap arid Letter Paqper.
Day Books, Journals and, Legers, Bifcles, Prayer,
Books, etc., which he offers 'very low.. "'-I
Feb 7 F:' KOPMAN.


,. Sugar.." .
5 HHDS New. Orleans, of superior":quality;
;for sale by /
feb28 9 NOURSE, STONE k CO.


Baging4 and Rope.,
-f"1' PIECES heavy Clift)q.Kentucky Bagr
50.J0J going; 500 coils good Kentuceky RopeM
Also, 150 boxes Tobacco.various brands, for sale
by LOCKHART & YOUNG.
Feb 28, 9 .


Foer Sale. '
2ft BBLS MESS PORK; 20 : bbls No.
J Mackerel; 20 jbls No "2 Mackerel; ,10
t bbls Fulton Market Beef, for sale by,
DODGE & PRATT,
feb2 9 40 Water str(et.


Notice,
TI-IE subscriber wishes to close bis business in
i Apalachicolai, as he intends leaving the place,
and requests all persons indebted to him to make
immediate payment. He will continue to do
work during the time he has to remain to settle
his business, at the lowest prices that can be af-
forded for cash, and cash only.
W. C. LAWRENCE.
'Apalachicola, Feb 21, 1846. 8-tf
On Consignmrent.
OACASKS superior Rice, now landing firom
'20 brig Tybee, and for sale by "
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & ,CO.

5.{ BALES HAY for sale by
0V .. MYERS&,.MITCHEL.
Feb. 14, 1846. 36 Water street.


Oy" We are authorised to announce
Col. JAMES J. PITTMAN, as a candidate for
the office of Brigadier General, First Brigade,
Florida Militia, at the ensuing election in April
next. 3Lrch 7.


Liverpool ...."..... -
Havre................
Nantz. .... ...
Trieste.... ..........
Genoa .... ..... .. 7 .
Other ports ...........
Total to For. Ports.
New York ............
Boston............. ....
Providence .........
Philadelphia.'. -........
Bal timore...-;......
New Orleans........
Other ports........
Total Coastwise....
TOTAL--BAES..


..1824 11913 .13737
..o.... o...... ..

..o.... .... o... o..

..1824.11913 .13737
.714151.10992 12467
. .1024 ..5751 ..6775
........ 3932..3932
...... .. 1662. .1662
S110 ..1685 ..1795
. ...460 ...460
..2549 .24482 .2703i
. .... .,;.;...40768


716607
..1312
..1279
..1189


G IBSON & CLAPP-, 2.2 Waer street, hawv '
this day received per sihr Helen;'. froin~ew *,',
Orleans and offer for sale
209 galls Linseed"Oil; I00 ibsputty;
iO0 .i" Refined Sperm Oil; .
50 boxes Glass assorted sizes q .-,
20 doz boxes',Fahcy Toilet Soap ... i
150 lbs Tremont.Starch; .. :, "
50 kegs No. 1 White Lead; ,. :
10 Paris Green; 10 dd Chromedo;
10 Chrome Yellow; ...- .I v.^ I '
100 assorted Paint Brubhe, &C.' feb89


.21025
.18409,
.17571
..6302
...682
..1093
.2347
...931
.46995
.68020


,r' We have been requested by the
friends of WILLIAM H. HUGHS, to announce
him as a car.,'.i,]id,tv for Colonel of the Third Re-
giment, Florida Militia. March 7


For Liveirpo-o ......
THEAlIBr. ship OCEUIdNQUVBEE,
^ McBride, master, can take the bulk of
1000bales cotton, and ;will have dea-
patch. For freight, apply to
Feb 21 J. DAY & Co.


m mR IE INTELLIGENCE.


1845.
3 a-
Si a4
41 a 41
40 a -
5 a 5-1
5j a 51


TIol asses.
50 BBLS. N. 0. Moll se,. for sale by,'
0 March 7? J. DAY & Co-





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New and Fashionable Fall Go"&.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
T HE subscriber begs leave to call the attentiQmn
of his customers, and country merchants, to
an extensive assortment of goods, which 'he has
just received from New York, pership Merchant,
and which he offers on the most reasonable terms.
Among which maybe found the following, Viz:
English and American Calicoes, every description,
Ombre Cashmeres, Printed Rep'd Cashmeres,
Muslin de Laines, an extensive and beautiful as.
sortment,
Tarlton Muslins, white and colored,
Wrought Drapery Muslins,
Ombre Zephyr Shawls,
Damask and Essingle Silk Shawls,
Embossed Morine and Muslin de Laite Shawls,
Tyrolesse and Cockerill Caps and Hoods,
Fancy Mitts, Gloves, Cufis, Head-dresses, &c. &c.
Victoria and Grass skirts,
Ericsson and Ombre Trimmings,
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 Shirtings,
Over, Dress, and Frock Coats,
Cassimere and Sattinet Pants,
Silk, Satin and Fancy Vests,
Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Shirts,
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, \
cc Cc colored and black Gaiter Boots,
Val iety of Misses and Childrens' Shoes and Boo,
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,J *
Nov 5. Old stand, Baltzeil's Buildings.&_.


ART. 10. Be it further ordained, That all
goods, wares and merchandize sold within the
limits of the city cf Apalachicola, by any person
or persons whomsoever, since the first day of
February last, and from ahd after the passage of
this ordinance, shall be liable to'such tax as is,
or may be, imposed by ordinance of the City
Council.
ARaT. 11. Be it further ordained, That when-
ever the tax collector shall find that the assessors
have omitted any persons or property liable to
taxation, it shall be his duty, and he is hereby
rI:.i']i,.f;1. to report the same to the City Council,
and enter the same on the assessment roll of the
city, and to collect the regular tax on all such
persons or property.
ART. 12. Be itfurther ordained, That all
transient or temporary merchants and traders,
who,-have not rented a store or place for business
for the full business season, shall be required to
make monthly returns, under oath, of all sales
or commissions ; and the tax collector shall call
on all such and collect from them a tax of twenty-
five cents on every hundred dollars of sales of
merchandise, and three dollars on every hundred
'dollars of commissions, brokerage, &c.
ART. 13. 'Be it further ordained, That all or-
dinances, or parts of ordinances, conflicting with
the provisions of this ordinance be, and the same
are hereby repealed.
Passed by Council, Feb. 19, 1846.
; E. C. ROBERTS, Mayor.
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
Feb. 28, 1846.
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Western Circuit of the State of
Florida.
IN FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT.
Henry D. Darden, Assumpsit by attachment.
Plaintiff. Sum demanded,
vs. $11,589 12.
Daniel McDougald, | Bond filed in $24,000.
Defendant. J
r-pHE 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 atthe
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
In Circuit Court for Jachsoii Co,
Frances Beatty,B
vs. 1 BILL FOR DIVORCE.
James Beatty.
THE 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. HI. BUSH, Piff's Att'y.
Maranna, Dec. 30, '845.


OTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Probate Court of Franklin County,
r a final discharge from the administration and
fce of executor of the estate of David Rich-
dson, deceased.


E. B. WHITMARSH.
8-6m


OR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil-
ious and nervous Headache, Constipation,
arrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
ncy, &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,
^i~fS^ ia s necessary It will be
found invaluable, being pre-
pared with the greatest
possible care, upon well
tested principles, fitunded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
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.


TOTICE-The undersigned having recently
qualified as administrator on the estate of
henry Josey, late of Jackson county deceased,
quests all persons who are indebted to said es-
te to come forward and make immediate pay-
ent; and those to whom said estate is indebted
present their claims within the time prescribed
Ylaw. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT,
Marianna, Nov. 4, 1845. [6m] Adm'r.


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-
meat; 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.--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.
Apalacbicola, Nov. 1, 1845.


Cabinet Work Shop.
iTHE 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-
,iig) customers, and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new ones.
PETER HOBART.
{} Shop in third story of Brick Building, cor-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.
Thos. Clark,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
Lp.) CONTINUES to carry on this busi-
sX .a'1ness in Apalachicola, two doors below
^the City Hotel on Centre street.--
-A 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.
janl7 3-6t


AT CHAMBERS, DEC. 5, 18415.
Frankislin Circlait Court, Florida.
Fall Termn.
IN CHANCERY.
John Gorrie, On bill to foreclose
vs. mortgage on certain
Lewis P. Moselev, and property, to wit: Lots
his wife Ann'Mose- k(No. 9 and 2 in Block
lay, formerly Ann No. one, in the City of
Gillespie. J Apalachicola.
T 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, or in default thereof, that
the same be taken as confessed against them.
.dnd it -is further ordered, That a copy of this
order be published in the Commercial Advertiser,
a newspaper published in the city of Apalachico-
la, for four months successively.
(Copy-Teste.)
WILLIAM VALLEAU,
December 13, 184.5. 50-4m Clerk.
Franklin Superior Court.
William Wright, )
vs. Attachment for $5000.
Daniel McDougald. 5
THE 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'ys for Plaintiff.
Apalachicola, March 19, 1845. 49-4m


State Tax Collector's Sale.
UBLIC 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. \Blocks\ 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 29 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
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, &c., at greatly reduced prices for
cash only.
COATS:
Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coats;
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;
Fi,'d do. do. do;
Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests;


New Dry Goods I
T HE SUBSCRIBER having just received and
opened his splendid stock of NEW DRY
GOODS, at his store adjoining the Drug Estab.
lishment of J. C. Allen, 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 Worsted 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 ot 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's-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 numer-
ous to mention; all of which the subscriber offers
at low prices for CASH only.
N. SEYMOUR.
Apalachicola, Oct. 25, 184,5. 6m


Committed
Z TO the Jail of Franklin County, Apa-
Ilachicola, Florida, on the 27th January,
1846, a runaway, who calls his name SAM,
and says he belongs to Augustus Linear,
Gadsden County, Florida. Said boy is 25 or 30
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


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 t&e left eye,
which, w|h 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
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
EALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
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, Heartliurn, habitual Costivenes%, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article ; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bite, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; '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, ) Attachment, Franklin
A. G. Semmes, ICircuit Court, Damages
vs. $ 1 .300.
John T. Smith.
T HE defendant is hereby notified of the insti-
1. tation of the above suit by attachment; re-
turnable to the Spring Term, 1846, of said Court,
at which time he is required to a-ppear and plead.
A. G. SEMMES, Aty for plts.
Jan. 2, 18416. 1-tf


-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 I Hose;
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and
Caps; also, a very large assortment of Boots
and Shoes, &c. MILLER & Co.


Malta 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 atthe office of Messrs. McKay
& Hartshorne at Apalachicola, and which are of
a superior quality.
The Seed can be forwarded by steamboat to
Apalachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate
landing.
REUBEN C. SHORTER, Sr.
Eufaula, Ala., January 27, 1846. 5-Sw
Goods Cheap for Cash.
T HE subscriber being desirous of disposing ot
L 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 those knowing
their indebtedness to call and settle up without
the necessity of notifying them further.
Feb 7 F. K.


Dry Goods.
T HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 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,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,:
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestingq,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and,
are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov. 29, 1845. 41 Water street.


To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE.
T HE subscribers have opened a new TYPE
FOUNDRY 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 do. Compos-
ing Sticks, Chases, and every article necessary
for a Printing Office.
The Type, which are cast in new moulds, from
an entirely new set of matrixes with deep coun-
ters, are warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and
will be sold at prices to suit the times.
Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam
Engines of the most approved patterns.
Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
A Machinist constantly in attendance 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.
COCKROFT & OVEREND, 68 Ann st.
New York, Aug. 6, 1845. 34-6m


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
jan]17 3 B S HAWLEY.


PAINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White
Lead; 200 galls Winter Lamp Oilt; 300 palls
Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass ; 500 lbs Put-
ty ; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
received and for sale by
Dec 6 B. S. HAWLEY.


Drugs, Iedicines, &c.
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
cines, &,'. consisting in part of the follow-
ing artirles.:--10 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and hf
pts; 5 I,%4"H..I.'I's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil;
40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbls Copperas; 10 lbs
Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London Mustard; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup ;
10 kegs Pearlash ; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
Powders ; 20 lbs English Calomel ; 20 doz Spts
Turpentine, and a general assortment of all arti-
cles in the Drug line, for Country Merchants,
Planters and Physicians. For sale by
Dec 6 B.S. HAWLEY.


To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE.
T HE subscribers have opened a new Type
Foundry 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
entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counters,
are warranted to be unsuipassed by any, and will
be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished
by us is "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.
C- Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
COCKROFT & OVEREND,
Dec. 13, 1845. ly 68 Ann-st., New-York.
0il Cloths and Carpets.
1 PCS Oil Cloth, 1, 2 and 3 yards wide,
8 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting,
3 Cottoni"'
2- Straw "
6, Cotton Drugget, 4, 6 and 8 qrs. wide.
For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.
iri H-DS. St. Croix Sugar,
10 20 do. New Orleans Sugar, to arrive,
1.00 sacks Rio Coffee ; 50 do Java,
4 cases Hyson Tea,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo,
50 Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby's,
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap,
100 bags Shot; 50kegs Powder,
2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil,
200 kegs Whit.:- L,:a... No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by \. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


Bagging and Hope.
A GOOD article of Power Loom Kentucky
Bagging and good Rope, for sale by
jan31 5 COURSE, STONE & CO.


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 Plantatlion use; together with
a variety ofarlicles 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, 1845.


Rofberts, Alen & Co.
HAVE on hand and for sale, wholesale and re-
tail, low for Cash-
20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assorted Nails,
50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut,,
Sheet and Boiler Iron,
Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
Sugar and Coldren Kettles,
Cook and Parlor Stoves, Sad Irons,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hardware,
Britannia and Jappand Wares, Brass Andirons,
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs,
Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boxes,
Marlin Spun Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Cordage,
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar, Rosin,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,
Paints and Brushes, Rigging and Pump Leather,
Matts, Pumps and Buckets, '' .
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
Nov 29, 1845.


Nagging and Hope.
'10 1`, PCS. Kentucky Bagging,
1 U 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians,
4 bales Bagging Twine, fbr sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29- 41 Water street.
B URLAPS.-1500 yards, suitable for corn or
groundpeas, for sale low by
Dec 6. J. DAY & Co.


... Boots and Shoes.
B"OYS' and Men's Russet Brogans,
Men's .t and pe%'d Kip Brogans,
Gents fine Calf Brogans,
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, "Iiirer's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes,
Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots,
Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots,,
A large and extensive assortment, just received,
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


Perfumery.
COLOGNE, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex-
tracts, Violeta, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal,
&c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Roses, &c.
Jan 24 J.C. ALLEN.


Lime.
250 CASKS to arrive per -schr Christiana
2? 50 daily expected, for sale by
jan24 4 CHAS. ROGERS & CO.


On Consignment,
BOXES New Bedforid Sperm Candles,
100.\} for sale low for Cash, by
WM. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.


SALT.-3300 sacks Liverpool coarse, cargo of
the ;hip O-0eai,, Queen, for sale by
Jan 24 J. DAY & CO.


K ENT'S4black, blue and red Ink. Also, copy
ing Ink, for sale by
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN.


Bacon.
"lUST landed, per schr Ashland, from New
cinnati cured Bacon, in hhds, for sale by
feb28 9 C. ROGERS & CO.


Removal.
M ]tILLER & CO. have removed their stock of
1 Dry Goods, Clothing, &c., from the corner
.:.(' Water and Cliec'?-ir 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


r>Lime-Afloat.
i'f CASKS Thomaston, for sale, by
"500" Jan 24 D. B. WOOD & Co.
Florida Tobacco Seed.
SUPER[OR Florida Tobacco Seed, for sale at
my office, No. 45 Water, cor. Chestnut street.
Dec 13. 50-2m THOMAS PRESTON.


Flour and Cornm '
ff for sale by
COURSE, STONE & CO,
feb28 9 46 Water street


Ga rdenn Seeds.
W ARRANTED fresh, just received and for
sale by J. C. ALLEN,
Jan. 24 Druggist.


UST received a large assortment of cheap pub-
lications, for sale by,
Feb 21 B. S. HAWLEY.


SPECIE-For sale in sums to suit purchasers,
by D. B. WOOD & Co.,
January 10, 1846,


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- ''fcjf BEST Florida Segars, just re-
iOZq^ 0' ceived, and for saleby .
Feb 21 B. S. HAWLEY.


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S- .... An, ri'disai).ecr,
..To raie a Rvrn,,i- for the use ofthe Ci4y of
> .pall*:l..c,'c.*a, ,''br~~he .year ./I. D. 1846,
and for other "purposes.
ARTICLE 1. E,? it ,..:,:iiip- by the Mayor and
*Connlcl of the city of Apalachicola, that the fol-
lowing~taxes b.? levied upon all property and per-
sons within the limits of the city of Apalachico-
la, at.'th6, rates and in the manner hereinafter
prvid.-_d.
SECTION 1. That upon all town lots lying east,
oi' ('ommerci- street, there shall be assessed and
collected the sum of-three dollars upon each and
every lot.
That'upon all lots lying between Commerce'
*-and Broad streets there shall be assessed and col-
IEt-L fed the sum of two dollars and fifty cents upon
-each and every lot.
S fhat' upon all lots lying between Broad arid Lo-
vust streets, there shall be assessed and ,:.:.ll?.:led
the uirn (.f one dollar and fi fty cents upon each
-and every lot. ,
That upon-all lots lying west of Locust street,
there shall be assessed and collected the sum of
.one dollar upon each and every lot: provided,
-that all such assessment be according to, the plan
of said city.
. That upon allother lands within the limits of
t{he ?i., other thar, town lots, thee shall be as-
ses.e< in-' colli,: ted the sum of five cents on each
and every acre.
S:c. 2. "That upon all wharf property there
'shall belassessed and collected the sum of forty
I -cents up.ii a.:oh and every hundred dollars of the
v full 0'tlu I ( 1e..1:. "
SF. SE :. I,-it up-on all improvements on town
:' lotg,' -there'shall be assessed and collected the
U.M u ,f .-.ve-rity cents on each and every hundred
d ,lla, s VoltL e thereof. ...
SzC. 4. That upon each and every white male
irh.flbitarit o,'.-r the age of twenty-one years, who
':shall have resided within the corporate limits of
-this ciMY f,-, thirty days preceding the publication
.46f tli ii.word., :.. ti c i ,.,ll be assessed and col-
lected the sum of _.,- i .i lljr.
That upor, ea.:h and every free person of color,
there shall be assessed and collected the sum of
twenty-five dollars. .
.That upon each and every slave between the
ages of ten and-sixty years, there shall be assessed
and collected the sum of two dollars, to be paid
,by the owner or agent of said slaves.
SEC. 5. That_ upon the gross amount of all
.sales of goods, wares, merchandise, and lumber,
*sold at irivatr e;le from the 1st dayof February,
1S4 5. tothe 1st day of February, 1:4,:. there shall
be assessed and collected the sum of ten cents on
each and every hundred dollars of said sales.
.',That upon the gross amount of all commissions
-or fees of every Auctioneer, Commission Mer-
chant, Factor, or Broker, there shall be assessed
and collected the sum of one dollar upon each
and every hundred dollars.
That upon the amount of all Bills of Exchange
purchiazd, taken, or remitted for account of any
*banking institution out of the limits of this State,
or for account of any individual residing out of the
limits of this State, there shall be assessed and
collected the sum of twenty-five cents upon each
and every thousand dollars so purchased.
That upon each and every Insurance Company
and upon every Agent of an Insurance Company,
there shall be assessed and collected forty dollars.
That upon the gross amount of all receipts for
wharfage, there shall be assessed and collected
the sum of ten cents on each and every hundred
dollars.
That upon the gross amount of receipts for all
cotton c:,nir'rssi-.l, there, shall be assessed and
collected the sum of forty cents on each and eve-
ry hundred dull.:n?,
SEC. 6. Tlw:it upon all Lawyers, Physicians,
and Dentists, there shall be assessed and collected
*the sum of one dollar, upon each and every hun-
dred dollars of their annual professional income.
SEC.. 7. That upon all Pilots there shall be as-
sessed andr.1 c.i.ll-: 1 fifty cents upon each and
every hundred d..llar -.L' their annual income.
SEC. 8. That upon each horse or mule, ex-
cept those used in licensed drays, there shall be
assessed. and collected of the owner thereof the
sum of two dollars.
That upon each and every pleasure carriage,
Ih.-rt? shall -be assessed and collected the sum of
three dollars.
That upon each cidr. every dog there shall be
assessed and collected the sum of one dollar.
ARTICLE 2. Be it further ordained, that
every horse or mule brought into the city for sale
shall be sulj.,' t t.j a tax of three dollars, to be
assessed and collected as provided for in section
8th of this ordinance.
ART. 3. Be it, further ordained, that all per-
sons rez-i ii.-" l.> nd the boundaries of the city of
Apalachicola, who come into the city to carry on
their regular business, shall be liable to the same
,tax as is imposed, by this Ordinance'ion the busi-
siness aiid l ."'['e'iY of persons residing therein.
*ART. 4. Be it further ordained, that it shall
be the duty of the City Assessors to make diligent
inquiry as to. all property liable to taxation; t
put the necessary questions riiu.l ihiakc. the required
explanations, and take all proper measures for the
purpose of obit.-i, iniirfl and accurate returns
and to make the assessment on a scale that wil.
beard equally_ on all,. as near as may. be.
-.AnT. 5. Be it further ordained, that the as.
sessors shall, so soon as the returns are comple.
ted, make out an alphabetical list of all the per.
sons maling such returns, or liable to pay taxei
in the city, with the amount of their respectivw
assessments under the proper heads} and shal

forthwith 'report the same in Council to be ap
proved or corrected, as the Council shall direct
ART. 6. Be i't further ordained, that whei
the said tax list shall have been approved b2
Council, rt shall Be, placed in the hands of" the ta
collector, who shall proceed to collect the sami
'under the following provisions, viz.--The ta.3
'collector shall attend at some convenient place ii
said city, for the space of fifteen days, trom nmm
o'clock, A. M., until four o'clock, P. M., eact
; day, (having previously given ten days notice,) t,
receive pirtiin-itit of taxes; and,if, at the expiration


of said fifteen days, any tax shall remain unpaid
he shall proceed to collect the amount originally
assessed, from all delinquents, with the addition
of 2 per cent. thereto for the first mnofith, 6 pe
cept for the second month, 12 per cent for th
third irmnth, and 24 per cent for the fourth month
if aid imfi.Unt. should so long remain unpaid,'a
hereinafter provided.
ART. 7. Be it further ordained, that the ta:
collectr,.r i hereby vested with the same powe
and authority to make distress and sale of proper
ty of delinquents who may not have paid the tax
es due said city, as is now vested in collectors c
taxes for the territory by the 16th section of a
act of the Legislative Council of the Territory o
Florida, entitled An Act to raise a Revenue fc
- thje Territoryof Florida," approved the 22d N0v
1828'; and the owner of property which may b
sold agreeably to said act shall be entitled to re
deem the same-in the same manner as is provide
for in the provisions of said act of the LegislativE
Council.
ART. 8. Be it further ordained, that the ta
collector shall be held responsible for the fu
amount of the tax list handed over to him f(
collection, unless released by the Mayor an
Council upon showing' that he used due dill
gence to collect the same, and making a full an
complete return of all delinquents.
ARTr. 9,. Be it further ordained, That ever
person residing within the city for three montt
in the year shall be considered and deemed j
inhabitant thereof, and all such of his or fi
personal property held, possessed, used or en
joyed, in the "city, as may come under the de
scription of taxable property as specified in th
ordinance, shall be liable to assessment, and t
proceeded with agreeably to the foregoing prov
sions of this ordinance, if brought into and use
within the city during such residence, although
riot within the city on the first day of Febmra
preceding.


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Feb 21, 1846..


TOTICE--Six months after date the under-
signed will apply to the Judge of Probate
r the county of Jackson, for a final settlement
the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said
unty, and a discharge from the office of Exec-
rix of the last will and testament of said de-
ased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN,
December 20, 1845. Executrix.


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Bagging and Rope.
PIE ^ CES heavy Kentucky Bagging,
100 200-coils Kentucky Rope, landing an
for sale by J. DAY & Co
Nov 29 52 Water st.


For Sale
2 5 HHDS. New Orleans Sugar, by
5 MYERS & MITCHEL,
Nov 15. 36 Water st


Iron, Nails, &.
} f\ TONS Swede Iron, assorted size,.
20, 100 kegs Nails, do..
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils,
20 English andAmerican Vises,
20 Bellows, ":*
12 dozen Spades and Shovels,
10 Collin's Axes,
.10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards,'
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill.Saws,
1000 tbs Cast and Qerman Steel, for sale: by.
WM. G. PORTER & Co,
Nov .9, .41 Water street.-
A GOOD assortment of Cutlery, Razor Stropy
Pocket Bool~s,,Hair,; Tooth and.ei6th Brush-
es, for sale by ,
Dec 5- B. S. HAWLEY.


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+rfflSfflRCIAL ADVERTISED I 3uoittFOJ Sfrcctorg.J ? t rofras: iGIti1C1ottttfl.. I !ottrn.: :NAVAL DEFENCES.The I -THE=- PRINTER.

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rOSjYpTI rnUSHED T-vrnr. SATURDAY BY 1'r. I following letter from the Secretaryof The Printer is: the most curious being
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$ [ & WYMAX.TiirH COMMISSION II. & C.MERCHANTS II. Austin,, \V 1 I. SYDNEY GREEN, M. D. THOU[From HAST Monis'a WOVEN National THE Press.SPELL.] the Navy wasvrittcu in reply to inqui- living.not lie may have a bank and quoins .

Story Bahzdl'a Buildings corner of Water Street, fry- May be found at his residence corner of BV GEORGE MORRIS.. lies addressed to him by :Mr. Fairfield, tbechairman and be worth a cent-have small cap A. .
Offiw( > and Chestnut streets. Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion and have neither wife nor children. Others
C0I111Uerct' Apalachicola Fa. Thou hast woven the spell that hath bound of the naval committee in the
House._ Nov 9. me:;, may run fast, but he gets along swiftest by

TERMS. II. D. Harden Through all the sad changes: cf years; United< ,
._Three Dollars per. annum Dr. A. W. Chapman, And the smiles that I when //1
rroa wore I found thee } without .
t1B"CRI ters which at this eloquence-may the ley without
L j-If I No. 2 Columbus moment excite an extraordinary use
,carialy i iu ad\'ance. payment IS delayedrr Buildings, {co- Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Haxvley, Have faded and melted in tears. offending j
and be the truth
subscription year FIVE DOL- Dec. 20, IS 15. : degree of telling ; .
the Apalachicola public it
of attention
until the cad Fa. (entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the Like the wounded fawn from cannot while
: poor the mountain others stand when he
cannot they set,
kill be dem3nde house\ ;:; lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. fuil :to be read with I
LAM j tion, taken for a less term than six Joel W. Perry, January JO, 184& That seeks: out the clear silver tidy, general interest : I can set standing, and even do both at the '

suh- ? ', wil! invariably be charged formont RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND _2-tfJ. : I have lingered in vain nt the fountainCf NAVY DErA1tT::I-T, Jan. 81816. I sometime ; have to use furniture and yet

J : S; paper: will be discontinued until COMMISSION" MERCHANT, B. Brown, hope, -with n spat in my side.; Sir.-Tn reply to the made own no dwelling- make and
tbl1llt peraJroa"'es paid unless m\t the optIOn nf the No. 42 Water street, inquiries in I may put away
are Dec ATTORNEY AT LAW, Thou hast letter of the 22d pi, and never much less it da
20 i Apalachicola Fa. taught me that love'3! rosy fetters your ultimo, [ have the see a pie, eat

(t ILL practice in the District Courts cf the A pang from the thorn impart honor to enclose to you' a full ringfrom his life-be a human being and a RATat
very report
proprietor: 1. J. II. iV .7. 1[. Hull, United States, and the State Court? of the may ; the the time
heads same deal
That the of of bureaux of ; a
; ) : Middle, and of Franklin in ccinaE: vows and of letters this depart- may press great
: the
FACTORS & COMMISSION; county Western
MERCHANTS, ment. and not ask a handle
ratCi! : I Circuit. Comes not from the mint of the heart. favor-may a shooting

Ono rp."?_ ...aifl OOaemonth. I ,. $2, .50 No. 13 Water( street Oifice in T3naha. s'e. Like( the Ion bird that flutters her pinion Although the naval!) preparations of commercial iron, and know nothing about a cannon,

'hV", ......". (t1J)' Tllr"vcel'S.2 00 Nov. 1, HHJ.: Ar.LAcmcoLFA. } nations or pistol he the that f
Sitnt: '" I ...5 M Trt-o weeks.I 50 ---' January 10, 1816. 2-3m And: warbles in bondage her strain, which are struggling to gun : ; may move r lever
: ---'- ,
Tlrt'emJi11h : -- ---- ----- ---- I
!! .'.. Ourl.lerlloD..l ------ -- I I haW struggled to fly; dominion maint.iinthemselves in an unnatural! position moves the world, and) yet be as far from
mGnlll"". .4 l OJ'; ; Da kl G. Raiacy, ]+E. E. Owens: : thy .
Tr' Hut find that the of greatness, is nn criterion for a country I moving the globe as. a hog, with his nose i
.havin the of in struggle is 'ain.I .
: ? number l'r- :o\ nSSIOX l -
ld ** : &FOR\\ ATTORNEY
riipnitio'ns \
\ : HUIXGIERCHAXT AT LAW ____ under mole
_
; l li like: hill
law are subject to I ._ __ "_ ours, which seeks only the a ; spreadsheets without
: preBCfllPd by exception f AND DEALEll: IX GOODS, NEWTONDale :::- "' ::,::: occupation ;
County, Ala. and defence of I being a hOl1scv'.ire-he his
front: the above rates.Tothasa No. 43 Water iotrrlc tafOil! its own territory the may lay form on
.
street. Janunry: 10,1S1G. .
who aJrtise by theycarahberal.is- 2-tf protection of! its citizens :and (their interests I a bed, and yet be obliged to sleep on the ;
Nov 5. ly Apalachicola Fa.Schiller. _'Uh_- __ ___ ____ ___ -__--__ j
('out) will t be made; but all advertisements not REMOVAL.W. : THE RIVAL EDITORS-A: RICH 'CE1SL. and j the development of its own resourcesand ': bare< floor ; he may use thed.igger; (f),.witb.

trirtlv nl-tainin? to their own business, as Sunlc G. M Davis although the existing naval establishment out shedding: blood, and from the earth:
A New Orleans j
.
well ai aV/lezal advertisements sent in by them WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, correspondent; of the St. of the United States sufficientin handle stars (%*)-he may be ojf a rolling

will be charged at the usual rate frr;: Particular attention paid to putting up family, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Louis Reveille, after alluding to the contest all! but sea- oiu appears for disposition] and never desire to travel-he
addressed stonmboal and ship stores. (QC 1. Office in Flojd's new Building among the papers< for the pim; of ; steamships, a condition
be! to either the ed'no'Vor opposite celling have
L <
(1 vt. n Ts may No. I of ascertained and undisturbed may; a sheep*foot and not be deformed-
proprietors,and must be POST rata to insure -1'J! Water street, the Mansion House.! Dt-c l;=J, 1815.! out the President's Message: gives the following peace;
be
( pc20 Apalachicola. Fla. yet the present aspect of our foreign relations never without a case und know nothing \
Rll'ntlOl1 A. G. Semmcs very capital story, about two rival i makes: it about law or physic be I
dUlto ,
-: -:- = Francis editors. It is prime. a suggest;:!; to the committee always correcting 1r
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Ivopmasi, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ou naval affairs the propriety of 'lt- errors, and growing worse every day-have

>>ttcjiltttn3 jJtCcttoc,*. WHJJ.l ALE An Rr.T.\TI.1'JF.AJ.lit IV {C3-) Office, 07\.2 Ca/il. By the way: this puts me in mind of agood er preparations than the gr embraces (-* *-) without ever having the |[
ICirrntaisL'uiLlirrg, [ ordinary annual I
-_ --_ __-_-_--_ --uu---_. SHOES, DRY GOODS. [ 'GIlA1'Stc. ror. of Centre & Commerce streets. story told of a former "express.:' appropriations arms of a lass thrown around him-distribute
IL I;. :Stone, II. W. Crooks. Ceal'.r"l' Cash started to the result of the I contemplate.
fj. F. Noar.-v, nov5: pet great PC- t
Apalachicob: Fla. They should consist first, of an the metahc all around him daily, and yet be
nctl! accumu-
Stone & Che>tmit-Street, Apalachicola. Fla.. ---- tona and F ::!;hion" It
Ca.
race.
XoursCj : that i
.1..F4. : appears
uncharitable
iv'ATTOllKEY lation of, naval materials and stores neces as the veriest miser; have his

COMMISSION MERC II A NTS, S. C. Alien, AT. LAW, the L-"Lalc, of the end"Picayune. started down to sary' for the rapid: equipment of the vessels form locked up, and at tne same time be

Xo. .JI) Water street Wholesale and Retail Dr'al"rn: Bainbridge, (Dccatur Co. Ga. to await the arrival) of the which are afloat !for such of those on the free from jail: watch} house or any other
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS ) mail boat, and that he made
.Apalachicola, Fla. : OILS, arrangements I
,part) stocks it confinement-his office have hell in
GLASS 3Will; attend l os may be desirable} to employ, and 1 may a
--- llHlSHESc.: ., &c. : punctually the Superior Courtsof t to take the result cf the race: by to :
also, the cou.ilio of Biker express for i such others as Congress authoriseto it, and not be such a bad place after all-
Early, and may
Zljaluin Salter, Decature of the city. While here he met the editor of
COMMISSION J I I MEItCHANT} .'1 vrnrral assortment: of the South Western f and of the county Thomas Js the Crescent be built. If means :are granted immcdiate ; lie may: be plagued by the devil and be aChristian

No. .Water street: -Up lairs, BOOKS, BLANKS: STATION: ::Y, &c., &:c. of the Southern Circuit. mav.'J resolved Gcty" -so they mutually measures can be adopted for the col I of the Lest kind. And what i*
of Cvmre & ; to "use! each other.
cor. ; Commerce "Pic"
,. Fla. rt>pt*", nP lection 01"ttch materials and stranger; still, be honest or dishonest, rich
Hl" and
D'c.1 f, ; Apalachicola, no,.> Ap.dachicol.1{ Fla. John :I2ilbo, asked the "Crescent" editor to drink fireCrescent" stores ;
--- -- ATTORNEY ; the] early purchase of many of them would I or poor, drunk or sober, industrious or lazy,

JEU:utan-utan HAY.) DASJEL J. DAY. P. IIobal'f' AT LAW, forgo lid so. and soon returned I!| }be |but an :anticipation of what would soon he always stands up to his business.A .
ALBANY! GA. the
.1. Diy A: Co. MANUFACTUIJEJl\ : ; AND} DEALER INCABINET' compliment : this friendly interchange 1 i be ] fur
\ TILI. practice: in the !several Court of the was kept for time but required ordinary cxp euditutcs.s [ Typo.
\ some it
FURNITURE. up ; as
wa
COMMISSION: MKIICHAXTS: \ :-iont h.Westcrn Circuit, and] Thomas and I The second branch of expense that t
f.fu: 44 Water .trt>+Upstairs) Stewait counties growing late at nifht, and the boat was:: not should] EI.IRIUI.-u 1e'er'as drink but once
No.32\Vaters!s1 grief, t at once be authorised at the discretion
011\1 :\p"ladticola.: Fh. expected till morrin.g, "Pic" proposed in my life," said a chap: once in
: jiPG) Apalachicola, Fa. Au,: 5,\1 1SI5.: 31-tf to' of the President, should{ be the repair } my hearing
r..9cl ---- Crescent, that they should retire their i and I never mean to be again. The
hal.t !lOti to i street
!!;: --- ----"--- -- --. ---. i and of all the
ArpiUs for the .Etna Insurance Co. -- ---- -- V equipment vessels in
83.l C OMMISSION rooms and. take: a nap, which I' seemed to be and I lifted
and FORWARDINGM proposition 1 very steep,
the"! Protection, Insurance Co. and the "Ilait- Ad\.anccs. and of the frigates and sloops on the stock my
fad E R C H ANT S.No. was cheerfully :aeceedcd to. "Pic" feet at if I
as
In-iunnci- Co." Hertford Conn. HE Subscriber continue saw j Werr such up every step was getting up
_
to mak and
:53:; Water street T advances on his friend to th door authority means granted 1, stairs. Several cartwheels
?
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Cotton they exchanged: l' were
making revolutions -
consigned to their ; the
L". Fred.: E. nUlS, nnvSO friends at Liverpool 1 President could exercise a more free
,FACTOR AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT Apalachicola, FlaW. HavreNew York and Boston, friendly ndicus, and then he went tn' his judgment in the selection of vessels for immediate in my brain, and at one time I
: j
Wl\r. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVER. D. B. WOOD & Cf). own room-mndc some noise in locking his II preparation, whilst the actual fancied my head\ was a large carving and
Dec -} door, pnlling off his boots and expenditures turning establishment, the lathes of
No.2: Columbus Block, Sims A Clicevcr, 29 Water street.Advances shaking his i could} be limited to existing which

IV 4,14 1 ">. Apalachicola, Fa.Ilarpcr COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ito to low Orleans. bed jumping upon it two or three times- for the vesselsand urgencies I was keeping in motion with my own feet.
unprofitable
outlays
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(I! Oifice, No. G Columbus ; Cash and several other rather singular detnonstran' I could'ct conceive what was the reason t
& Holmes Buildings Advances made be avoided, if should .
on continue.It
con
LIBEHAL :! pope
lions, all of which seemed rather the town had turned into such
drc.l I : an enormous
Apalachicola: Fla. Cotton other mystcri"j
COMMISSION: MERCHANTS or produce! to New i H also advisable that the {limitation
Orleans J. DAY & Co. ous, and the more so as Mr. Pic, after about heretofore hill ; and what made it worse was, that it
also l ; imposed enlistments i
on in the
,
; Coolie iCOMMISSION Iioric, Dec Jl"rnt* for //"* navy, by which the number is confined :
MERCIIA tliwigluful} :anc1 quietly pulled on his boots I o and threatened to pitch over -J.
on me.
srs; :JTIJ\L 1 INSURANCE: COMPANY: Ailvauccs. [ 7.51)1.) ) seamen, be suspended for definite Stop,

(f flu' fV/y! ofrir }rariNo. \ \o. 13: :Ot. Charles StreetlXewOrlea'15. THE under i;;ned will make liberal advances again: then as qeietly unlocked his door and j| period, :and that further enlistments a be stop, said J, :and I'll head this old hill yef, j

:Ol'Water area, Cotton\ ronsi" ijivd! to liis: friends in New left the house. '. <<1 and provided] for. authorised or at least it shan't head me. I turned

I ':Xirl\ ); 11. Apalachicola} F. A\otF.w S. COOKK. AMOS: Ilon.v..Ifas. York, Boston and: Prol idcnce.j/ He wondered: down to the wharf looked I It is further round to go down and get at the bottom ;*
'. even in the of
fch proper event
WM. T. out the lake muttered tell me if the town didn't
WOOD upon some I turn right round
poetryto
3;. S. to increase
Ila'.vley
peace : oursea-zoing .
Nov 29!
steamships.At
: 42 Water street. about the "silvery waters," and : with me, heading me all the time, arid
\V'HOT.E"J.r.1) 1 H; F. Warrior. ---- seeing; a :1 present, the United States have but presenting

D\LERIN! J nfiL'tsOiRuicixEs:: ( J PAINTS: GENERAL RKCKIYIXU.: : ( 3 FORWARDIXG!: ) fc Advances.ub5cribcr largr steamboat boiler lying there lie carefully the Princeton and : that iwo, the }high bluff in front of me. Well,

CJr", GLASS, k ., &,('. COM M IH.-qO: I' M EH CI1AXT, THB'<; :; countinuc. n
rare of Chestnut and Water: streets, No. 0 Columbus. Block, / ::e liberal :advances on CottIrO:1sined: : mined to keep a sharp:, look out for that authority on the forehead ; and as soon as the stars!

}Dec") At'! lachicola,1"a.LIaarrt : no\0 Ajulsicliicoli, Fla. to the address of their: tri nrl* in Liverpool. New: peeled ho t.V'hat followed is obscure, I be granted for the construction of cleared: away I commenced climbing with

---- -- T. J. S \ Fonn. M. M.\ BuStaforE T. York or Botton. C. ROGERS & Co. The fins! thin;; that roused "Pic" from his j (three] steam: frigates, five steam sloops and my hand* and knees. The next thin, I saw II'
Oct. 23 j j two of
JlcCuJlr, lc Drift, 47 Water street. sleep, (for asleep he had fallen,) was the' steamships a smaller class.: Such: I was a big brick house coming; full split rounda (

\mnll!*<'!I ONT): :MEIICHAN'T AND DEALER: COM MISS:; K> .\ MERCHANTS.No. : EX( Irit iitj l.'. booming of I the, steamboat bell a> she ncared j an increase would not be disproportionateto corner and I believe it run right over me,
IS i
IHOOIJ5: AND) r.nOGEPtlCS: ( our resources or wants in a time of
30 Water Street, 1"HE subscribers ;,s Agents for the Ban!!:: of the wharf. (He started, rubbed hi: and I 1 profound forldon'trememberanytnore.t1:0.Pic.n[ .
yes
1\0.9 Columbus Ulock dec! 1 Apalachicola, Fla. : \ ,are prepared to trauquility.
purchase hills on half rose up-(it was daylight,) when suddenly -
1W21 Fa. New York, Boston: Providence It would also become : i increase BEGGING OLD
Apalachicola, T Aver ,V Jones' Philadelphia rr } from the other side of the boiler, ahead I necessary to : (LOTHES.-\ Gia +
Clmleston, and check the ordinance
on New York in sums to stores. This merchant, :an Irishman
GROCERS & co.nlI; :'nXIEItCIIAXTS:: popped !-both started Hallo!" gain was lately accosted
lT, :r1. C;. Poncr A: Co. suit purchasers.: : up i would be but
No. 31 Water | cried "Pic," how an anticipation of expense in his counting-house by a who
long have been I countryman
) Nov 25; von
UiALERS WM. G. :
IX GOODS AXH COMMISSIONME PORTER & Co. which
Dec 13. at an early day must in contingency needed
Apalachicola Fa. any charity. Money
UGH ANTS. ----- j here; 1" .All night/ replied hs Cre ; having been givento
be
No.-11 Water Si reft.Xir "W. .'\. "fc P. C. I{ain, UMHER Sl'ECTOR.-Thc undersrnrd cent' friend. "Why, bah I thought )' A required.A of him, he said : Ic I

2T ApaUohicoh, Fa.Win. having been appointed f Inspector of f Lumber went to bed." "So I did, but system steamships for harbor d "You havn't got such a thing as a pair
'. m COMMISSION M E R CHANTS, for the County of Franklin! offrr* his services to "got up I Ins again I fences to be thoroughly; effectual would:! of old trowsers have you ?" \{
Ollirc: ;\0.4 Columbus Building, the public in thtt span as you were asleep Asleep! I involve, the ,
and will
T. Wood, capjcity: attend to all ball\ !" necessity of a fleet of sfcam-i. "No, my man" said the merchant "I
:\0\'. ]Jl>'J 15.: > exclaimed "Pic. "I j ,
Apabchicol.1; Fa. duties to said was out ten;
appertaining ,
; appointment.CORNELIUS ships for each harbor in the
COMMISSION I MERCHANT : The don't keep wardrobe
country. in
,
minutes after I bid my
i iL counting- I
good night and have my
you ,
: [ ; :
Win. Kimbroush II. : GRADY. further "
r enormous would
Kimbroiigh.IVns. be house '
No..t! Water street, March been shivering here expense i increased -
22,1W.;;. ever since "So have
X1w29. Apalarhicola. Fa. El. IviisisironjjJi; & Co., Fh'c' I," said the "Crescent"- _" so let's take by the annual repairs which would Where do \OU live?" rejoined Pat"and.
and
COMMISSION I fc FORWARDINGMERCHANTS. 1 : iiUnriisc, >; 1snra2H: a rebuire a repetition of the whole
I'll
call in the
ALBCST DnnG ,7 drink till the boat outlay: morning for the ould
: :. CIIAULES PKATT. I EYx"YfrjVlijAL"iKURANCE; r rounds in. They walkedinto pair '
THf I once in seven or eight : It i is further 'ou've "
years. on.
Docile & Pratt, O:lice, No. 25: Waterstreet-Upstairs: : : Y. of the City of New York, a bar room, and having quietly mixed to be considered, that these i } got I

SHIPPING; & COMMISSION; ; MERCHANTS, Apnlnchicola.: ; Fl.i.advance }having established an Agency at Apalachicoi.i: heir liquor, were just swallowing it, when being only for the harbors and steamships. in, WELL S\VF.rED.-Uncle Bill Tidd was
: .. Lihpr.I l will be |prf'part'l| to take Marine and Fire Risks w-h-i-r-w-h-i-z-z-puff the coasts: _
"oJ.: on: cotton: consigned: : to : !puff car Hew time of a drover from Vermont.
No. Water Street would Being exposed
4U : their friends in New York, Bo-ton; Liverpool or on favorable \ti-nns. by them on its way to the city, and the two without peace prove a costly burden to all weather, his complexion suffered 1
N'nv.22 Apalachicola. Hav.- CHARLES A. GREEN an adequate: equivalent. In t the '
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No\ 1,1]SI.COMMISSION )- ARCSI!)! c.rprcRs messengers" were left behind to some bur the best
----- event of the immediate ; at was none of the whi-
------- Office, No. 2b' Water Apalachicola. the war, employmentof
Icfar & Iartcaarae, 'j' lolas Pt'cs on, Nov S. 6m; await regul.irtraiu :an hour after! When mercantile ships and for the test. Stopping at a public house near

C011111SSION 1 MERCHANT S, .AND} FORWARDINGMERCHANT -White--WJ9JC--- __ __h_ ___- __ thrv.r did :1 ri\'e. it is said, the first tiling defence of ports, in co-operation steamships with t Brighton, a man rich in this world's goods
and re si-
No. 40 Water Ciller; > V1trg n r that greeted their oars at thr depot but of 4
street was a' notoriously bad character
dent
lJLS and :u1 Butt White citizens, would be attended with thought,
J 1or J l. l a r.. 7 Wine Vinegar; news boy who offered! to sell them a
Apalarhirnla, Florid Ap.u. an Brira" Uncle Bill
-- .--.. ----.--- --- ocHlcor.Fa. 3 bbls and 2 butts Cider Vinegar less aggregate cost, and the facility of invention as carne in, he would make him '
;
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Office,Xo. 45; corner Water and Chestnut ot the Tropic, with the news of t the! the butt of
!.treci", a joke. As the black face
D. Icle and of
B. Wood & Co., a'ry superior: art now on! board of brig Cay- Great activity of patriotism would
GEXER\L COMMISSION MERCHANTS up stairs.-Entrance: on Chestnut s-trect. 1121.; and will be landed in all ne.\t week 1 and Race! which! had been already is- as danger approached be quickened to devise the weather-beiten; man appeared in the
Oct. 2a,191i.: t; sued. Tin "Pic" e
No. 23 Water Cm will be dipfscd! of on they wharf; at Auction: ;,i'tf man nude a desperatekick : methods of defence, which, though door-way, he exclaimed:
street.
Nor.1,1513.] ; Apalachicola: Fla.TIios. Ito.c'flIen! ck Co., not previously told at private sap.! at the boy, and the "Crescent 'City" niriewhat irregular would} prove effective .. Mercy onus, how dark it grows." I
-- Jan Ii "iGOn fainted/ came to, and both hurried Uncle Bill
rot
---- & Co. o a him
------- till force could be surveying from head
a to
suited
organized the
1t.111UF:1C'1'UltEfiS1N'TISIltOivCOPS'1 ER] to ;
L.'ECEIVIN'G lUilchcJ cab and were !seen no more that day.] The foot,
coolly replied :
BI:)rs and
BRASS, fcc.A {; Kngyy, for Sale. emergency-

COMMISSION FORWARDING, AND i>s o, D1ALTRS IN A VERY handsome light fug.y, with a f irstand "Pic"and man the started for the North the next; Inquiries are making into the capacity of Yes, sir ; your character and my complexion "
day, Crescent
No.: 37 Water MERCHANT, Hardware, Stoves, Britannia: and .Tjpined: YiTares, rate Harne-'s, iH'arly new, and a gentle City-soon burst our mercantile steamships for being tctnployed jus are enough to darken any room." .

N*M915.] street Fla Iron, Steel, Nail, Spikes, Grate Bars, spirited Horse, for sale by up ; and the result} shall be communicated I

Apalachicola Suar, Kettles and Mills' and other JaLLL.! WOOD. &. Co.__ PERUVIAN: OR ALPACA Sm'EIThe to you so soon= as received. U. S. COMJIERCK: : WITH LIVERPOOL. :' i
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M?ers & Jlitchcl, Castings: ; Ship Chandlery,&OC. For Sale.a -.---- ---- American Agricultural Association have The dangers to be apprehended from in- During; the first six months of last year,the

CO/EMISSION MERCHANTS -Oct. 25----,.18t-;. APALACHICOLA, F 20 BOXES Roofing! Plate, 14 by 20. determined to introduce the Peruvian slierp, rods upon our territory by hostile fleets will value of the produce of the United States,

30 Water-street WILLIAM DICKEY. J- W. HAMMOND. m do Tin do 1-3 A, or.Alpaca: into the United States. T his be greatly diminished by the disasters consequent imported from thence (hence) into Liverpool -

Nov 15. f>0 hdh Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20, animal inhabits the slopes, table lands and on storms, the necessity of frequent in United States ships, was 24,000.-.- 1
Dickey & )Hammond
Apalachicola, Fa. Ur-r/Jprs'and 000 in British '
Sheething Copper, ; ships S15OOO,000-total
mountains of Peru, Bolivia and Chili enduring returns to for of ,
ports. supplies
provisionsand
--- ------ SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS Block'I'fn, Lead Iron and I
'Charles Tin'd live, nil the vicissitudes 839,000,000. Cotton of course constitutes
Roger John Munn. 32 Watcr-srteet, Apalachicola Fa. Bucket Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron, of climate. They water the superadded want to steamships : the bulk of this I
found great amount. The value
are l .OOO feet above the level of the of fuel, the general of : 1
CIMS. no crs & Co., October I iY, 1St 15 42tf Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and retail where inaccessibility of cotton alone was 36,000,000 doll I
COMMISSION MERCHANTS by sea- tlIcderin a subsistence' from I the coast from shallowness of water, the ors- ,

Water street If. R. Taylor, Nov J ROBERT., ALLEN fc Co.t moss, etc., growing upon rocks: exposed to certainty vigorous; resistance on the part leaving only about 83,000,000 for other ar ,
ticles.
=\o\" 1'l.HL: all the rigors of the elements, and of our citizens in the Some of the other items were to- .
Apalachicola Fa.WM. receiving i more densely p
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COMMISSION AND I
FORWARDINGMERCHANT : AND ST A TIOERY '' eobac
o
1 001- co 120,000
--t'/T.VyuY: BOOKS and Letter reams neither food! nor care from the hand of man. pled regions, and the uselessness of naval) ; turpentine 200,000; lard
Paper, Blank; and
A. MCKsNzWylie IE. School The 175,000 ; beef I50,(t00 cheese '
; 140,000 '
No. 21Yater-street, Books, Bills Lading, &c. &c. for sale by shepherd only visits them occasionally; attacks on a sparsely settled coast for t any hides ;

& McKenzie, sept2 ly Apalachicola.Henry Dec G B. S. HA WLEY. yet, such are their gregarious habits, that permanent influence on the issue of a war. 100,000; grassseed 150,000-in round ',

COMMISSION MERCHANTS .-. t the 1 members of one flock seldom l stray away These circumstances have, !in all times past, numbers. The derangement of this trade f

Set. No. 42 Water street, Hodges, Flavouring Waters. and mix with another<< being kept in discipline : made great naval expeditions almost fruitless consequent upon a war. would be felt in.

; 1515. Apalachicola, Fa. AUCTIONEER AND COi1tIt1ISSIMERCHANT 0 N AN'assortment just received, and for sale by by the older ones who know their of results against remote settlementson : every nook and corner of the Union. :

Michael 29 J. C. ALLEN, Drug gi st. grounds, and become attached to the placeof l land. [Sar. liepubl'cjn. I.

AUCTIONEER A. Myers, 22 Water street APALACHICOLA, Fa. 50 COILS OF KENTUCKY ROPE; 500 Ibs their nativity, to which they return atand The measures recommended, if adopted, ST. L
AND COMMISSION: 1 = GUIS-Catastrophe When the Brunette
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superior Bagging! Twine. for sale
night, evincing
by astonishing will not involve useless ,
vigilance even ,
expense on
MERCHANT, H. R. WOOD. P. W. CULLEN.Wood MYERS & MITCHEL left St. Louis, on the 11th inst.. there
sagacity in keeping the ones the continuance of tranquility, and seem to
Xo' 36. Water street young togetherand
t
o1 &:; Co., Dee. 27, 1S45. 3G Water st. was eight feet water in the Mississippi
14 free
x from
alachtcola Fla. harm. In the formation be sufficient
Ai+ of as precautionary against a contingency : which
I, D.I> AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS : their was falling fast. She reports that the
UCGBEE. HARGROVE HOWARD. Just Received. stomachs they resemble the camel, that is likely to occur, and as a steamboat Saladin from
Nashville
LARAE assortment! of new Novcb.from the and can undergo extreme hunger and thirst. preliminary to a more extended organizationin ; bound
I3ugbee & Howard No. 32: Water street, A to: this port came in collission with the
steam
C of Harper and Brothers Their
01rl press &c. meat is tender, wholesome and the event it should become
savory -
necessary.
MISSION AND FORWARDING Nov. I, 1845. Apalachicola Fa. Jan 17 B. S. HAWLEY. and is recommended by physicians to invalids It will place the navy in a condition to i inspire boat Congress, hence for St. Louis, last
Friday night, at Pitcher's Point.
MERCHANTS The Congress
No. Liberal advances made on consignments. Storage; in preference to fowls-for declare respect, to render aid io protecting our' .
1iov.1 7. Columbus Block The strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors. 1000 barrels that their sank immediately, when fifteen per:
bales
1,1815. FOR or GOO cotton on first meat is extremely wholesome, and commerce, and to contribute effectively to-
= Apalachicola. Fa. Sales at Store sons perished. Her cnbiti
Saturday. separated from
-- every Apply to WOOD & Co.
as palatable as that of fat sheep i in Cas tit:. .wards the preservation of peace.GEORGE .
A. her hull. and towed Lake
GREEN Feb 14 32 Water was to Provi
st.
: : The
C. H. Cots cost of importing three hundred will BANCROFT.
CERY nnR'rdl1; and Rope. dence by the Saladin. Several of the i
passengers
Green & Connery t r\n PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY IIAGBacon Sides. be 10,500, delivered in New York. Of the who
on Congress
COMMISSION MERCHANTS JLv/Vy GING; 50 Coils Rope' ; Also,200 A FEW casks, prime quality, landing and this sum $3000 have already been promised. An Irish doctor advertises that the deaf scalded, were carried to ;Vicksburg were m i badly the '

sacks: corn, for sale by for sale by For this movement the public are indebted hear of him in
No. 23 Water street may Lifley street, here Saladin. The flues of .the boilers i in
the
ACV,S. 6rn BUGBEE. & HOWARD, NOURSE; STONE & CO, to R. L. Pell, Esq., of Ulster county, Ne\1 also his blind patients see him from
,Ar.U.4CHlCcn.A, F.. jan3 .1'07, Columbus Block. feb2S !9 --46 Water street, I I ork. tea till three.' may dent.Congress collapsed shortly after the1 acci

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ARRIVAL OF TUK CA3IBIUA. me from; time to time, calculated to extend Comj j he asked for any information of the particuhrstatecf thriven, as well as those who have Buffered by the FRANCE. *, EAOLK BIRD, By ChanceA

rnerce, and to stimulate domestic skill and industry | t the negotiations. One word with respect to previous policy. Mr. Guizot has noticed the remarks of Mr. tance of S3 from te
THIRTY DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. by the repeal of prohibitory, and the relaxa- \ what had fallen from the honorable!. member from This course of action describe, in a few word*, Folk's message relative to War and Texas.M. a gentleman awai, j.
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PaiLAnF.LrHiA, Feb. 20. tion of protective duties. The prosperous state : Montrose. the secret and the success of ir Robert Peel's Guizot had accordingly felt surprised at the Connecticut, for one year's suuscrintm I

By the arrival at Boston of the Steamship Cambria of the revenue, the increased demand for labor, | to Her the Majesty increase rejjuireu in the the estimates attention which of the provided lions ministerial that he never career.anticipates It has-been always alleged lags behind against public him language used by the President in his message, the Com. Ad." a

we have late and irnpoitaut intelligence and the general improvement which has taken for the efficiency of the military and naval ser opinion. It is true. He is essentially a practical and he had,considered it his duty to claim in reply 00, Black.-AJetter from

from Europe. place in the internal condition of the country, j 'Ices. H > coald well understand that with the increased man, and never jeopardises success by experimental for France an entire independence of action. a po .

The meeting of Parliament, and the Queen's arc strong testimonies in favor of the course you i demands on the services of our military trickery. The body politic, like our physical He next examined the commercial reasons which ter in the eastern1 part of the "Ge0r.

speech, and tht remarks of Sir Robert Peel and have pursued. I recommend you to take, into and naval forces in every part of the world, there frame, was formed for noble uses. The dissection had induced France to recognise the independence Slate," enclosing-a dirty
Lord John Russel in relation to the foreign atfairs 3'onr early consideration whether the principles might be reasons for the increase of the estimates of a dead body bribe purpose of scientific of Texas in 1S3S, and rendered her anxious to greasy
of Great Britain, particularly with the United on which you hare acted may net with advantage even at a season of profound peace, and whennothing research, is all very well in its way : but the living, maintain it in IS !.". The political considerations requesting him to request us to stop A.

States, give a very (favorable complexion to the be yet more extensively applied whether it may j threatened o"n any side ; and he trusted sensitive flesh shrinks with horror from the application had been of still greater weight. There were at paper addressed to the writer '
as he
*
that it was on these grounds, and not on account of the knife in the hands of bold! and ruthless &.
Oregon question. Sir Robert Peel and Lord Johrr not be in your power, after a .ireful review of j of anything in the .ypcct.of afiain?, with reference quackery. present, he said, three powerful nation intent lieved Ins year was about out."

condemn the course pui>ud by Mr. Pakenliamon the existing duties upon many articles, the produce to the United States, that IK-r Majesty's Cioveinnient The characteristic features of the English mind on aggrandising beyond measure, their territories tiorj SubjcrL
the Oregon question, particularly his, refusal rr manufacture of other countries to make had made this increase. He for his pait. are reflected in the career cf the plebian Premier.He -England, Russia and the United States money-non est intentus Cost of It-
Buchanan without submitting such further reductions and remissions as had for time the of thorough! DISASTER TO THE FRENCH I.N ALGIERS. ter to us 5c. This
cf the offer of Mr. ; may some thought that efficiency has tact, judgment, and a appreciation is a me-inatite, DD
it to the consideration of his Government. tend to insure the continuance of the great benefits the military force of this rountry at i it? present of character. Once in action, his indomitable The French papers give an account of a horrid ness and walks ,
rayOier
Lord John Russell is decid.'dly onposed! to the to which I have adverted, and be enlarging amountv"as too much ti ted, and that too nvich energy braves all dangers, bears down all op disaster which overtook a detachment of the into our pocket

increase of the army and navy of Great Britain, our commercial intercourse, to strengthen the \vas demanded from that force. [His[ second question position. Keen, cautious searching anIself4ely- French Army in the Province of Constantino.In .- Query-Are there no 3 bills io Georm
nffcd of increase bonds was this. Her Majesty stated that forseveal mg, the Minister who no\v sways the destinies of the midst of the column TUNE"
and say that the only any is the of amitv with Foreign Powers. a large plain, was over Potatoes they "
years a desolating and sanguinary warfare had inflicted England would, in a private capacity, had he been AXLE small
increase in the )jms-essions! of that Government. Any measures which you may adopt for affecting and manufacturer- taken by a heavy tall of snow which continued
the states of the h'iode. la Plata, it was born to it-say as a merchant or a
The reduction] of duties on Ameiican produce these great objects will, I am convinced, be further stated that Her Majesty was endeavoring have speedily attained greatness amongst the merchant two day, in which the poor fellows were obliged APPOINTMENT BY THE .

proposed by Sir Robert Pod, meets vvitli much accompanied by such precautions as sh.jll prevent | to e fleet the pacification; of the states. princes cf his day ; but playing an infinitely to bivouac. Some of them not having tasted food W. SPRATT ,
favor, and i is expected to increase the business permanent loss to the revenue, or injurious results j lie (Lord John Uuell) r.ndrrtood that the endeavor more important part on tIme great stage of life, with for two days, fell victims to the severity of the Esq., to be Judge of Probat.

of tbe manufacturing districts very much, to any of the great itilctest of the country. I i to fitect a pacification had been prosecuted a nation for hits audience, he elicits overwhelming weather. IJy this calamity more than one hundred for the county of Franklin, vice Jude p

The accounts of the vriou markets are of the have full reliance on your just t and dispassionate j by means of warlike measures, and lie somewhat plaudits from the spectators ; all are elated at his lives, it is said, have been lost. C. KAIN, resigned.
doubted whether that was the right inotle cf pro mas-teily performance ; save a few pcrturbad spirits
most favorable character and cannot but have a consideration of matters so deeply afleeling the J
ceeding. It it stated that the commerce in the dress boxes- handful of dukes, lorJinsrs -
teas true, was a
very favorable efiect upon the prices of American public welfare. It is my earnest praur that with of all nations bud been interrupted. I5ut it m mid booby squires, to whom the hunvinising COl1EllCiAL ADYBttTISBtt. o:7': hENRY CLAY, at last: accounts wa,
pro'duce in our iaakcts. the blessings of Divine Providence on jour councils was further stated that acts cf great baibarity influence of the denouement is most unpalatable. in New-Orleans
? The Londan Money Market was rather tight, you may be enabled fo promote the friendly had been committed unknown to the practice ofa But these preliminary remarks are keeping us having rekirned to that citj
aud the quotations for sl"cks tended downwards. feelinsis between different clas-ses cf my subjects, civilized people Acts of barbarity were certainly from the object at which we desire to arrive-to .APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, MARCII 7, 1846. from a short vigil to Natchez. He was expected

DREADFUL SHIPWRECKS. provided additional security for the continuance very dreadful things ; but he doubted whether point out to our readers the most striking features to visit Mobile. -
Recent accounts bring tidings ot dreadful ship- of peace, and to uiauitjin contentment and happiness I it was \\ i-e in Her Ma.icity's government to in the plan of the fiscal regeneration of the country en-:: Ths following gentlemen are authorized
that around of forcible intervention. which Sir Uohcrt Peel in four hour's speech Agents for the COM.MERCIAL ADVERTISER and
at homo the comforts of the state as a a a will
Tha Montreal, trader between Lon- Ly increasing
wrecks. a They had heard, t hough h** would not ni'me I the introduced to time House of Commons, on the 27lhint. receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertisement ft?* We are indebted to Capt. HARDIJB
doi and 0'ieboc, wa lost on the 14h! January, great tody of nry people. -
: countries I in which they had tikt'n: plaee-hut i In that speech he took an elaborated review
of
Lime
"near Cape Chat, and every soul on biird perished. The Queen emphasised the portions of the they h.td heard of dreadful acts of barbarity in of the fi-cal condition of the country, and announced ?:- Bark Rio, for a file of late Jamaica

The Savm, an American packet, bound to speech whih ivfmnl to the continuance of oilier p-ms rf the world : and ceitainly he bad not the reduction of duty on a number articles MESSRS. MASON & TITTLK, 38 William Street, papers. We have not been Ujjjle io
Lodnon from Boston, i believed fo have toundresl peace and to tha reduction of the tariff' bean! it propo.-ed' by any wire statesman that there which press upon the commercial and agricultural New York. from iheni g1ea
on the 17ih, on a reef of rocks called the Her Majesty having concluded her rddrcs*, Mionld be any jntenention in those conntiies.TheqnesJioM int-rest. DAVII> HRAVO, Esq., New Orleans."U'.M. any news of importance;

Ledges, near Red Head. The Laurel, of Quebec, rose from the throne, and quilted the Houo with ; which he Ind to 5iibtitt!> : to the fight'hon. : lie impressed upon manufacturers the necessity V/. CITREVKR, Tv-q., Albany, C5a. learn from Capt. H. that he was present
of Newfoundland the sarn.state.. baronetvas) whether he propos-ed to lay on of preparing for the ii'dvent of free trade, by JAMES H. AVirso.v) E.sq. Fort Gaines, Ga. a
off the
lost coast by comingin the trial of
was with field of ice the The Earl ii Home moved the address in brief the t.>he! any papers explanatory of t the ground giving up whatever limited amount of protection Major JACK HARDMAN, Kufanla, Ala. Capt. Frisbie, and the result w a,
contact a ; fi-inpiiv crew
which! her Majesty's government thought it ihr-y now erioy; from foreign competition in the the honorable
upon acquittal of thai
were saved. The ship Cambridge, from Liverpool speech in which be gl.mccd at the most rf the with of duties and the duties impoM'd A few of gentleman of
necosary to inteiferu the warfare \\ hhhi!i hud shape; prohibitory : o 0:? our Tuesdays Letter Sheet
took off the crew, Jbirty-t wo person*, frc.ni topics touched upon in I tiie speech from the occuned in the states of the llio de la I'l.ita J. lie announced his intention of reducing to a the charge preferred against him.We .

the Lord L\ncdoch ; in a sinking staff. Ll' jd's I llnrne. lie concluded with rending the w rrfs Sir llobc-it l'eel-\imhi reO-renee to the question nominal I amount. ]>ut tins, iIteliutfl the manufacturers Prices Current yet on hand. Those who see that Mr.

books record t the! loss cf the City of Sbiras?, in of the address which merely echoed the speech. ju-t put by the noble leo d, ] !teeg to say, that is iK-He ; they have long! since publicly repudiated may desire them would do well to call early, Pennington, a colored
ths Mindora Sea, with foity persons drowned ; Loid De Ross seconded the address and expressed not foreseeing that he would put it, I am not at the benefit cf all protecting duties ; have gentleman from America,'* is lie lion, jusat
with prepared to give him an answer, and! have declared that they >cf k no aid beyon-1 f free as the edition is nearly exhnusrcd.
the wreck cf an Cast Indiameu, and ether calamities. a hope that our pacific relations; ;present scope this lime, in Jamaica. lie ishpresentj
.America would not be disturbed by the Oregon them efore to crave that he will po-tpone? Ins ouestion fir tlm'' exeici.-e of their talents in the open markets
until I another tisne. O.i the subject of the of the world ; and have often said in substance :;; Advertisements intended for this paper by the Times as having been "formerljj
INCREASE OF THE ARMY, dispute. Oregon term hors', T have to -tat"; that a proi-oral to t the agriculturalists! "do (tbou likewise"' The
It is currently rumored in military circles, tlmt The Duke of Richmond made an argry attack was made by Mr Bmjhi: nan. with m t t tbe.ai'iboiity I i .f imib'T duties sire to undergo n revision, but into must he handed in on Friday to insure slave itt free America/ as having "shaken

the army will be increased 14.0UU men, by the on the policy of Sir Robert Peel and the conduct the President of the Uriled States to Mr. Pak'enhain. the details! of the change he did not enter, re ervinir insertion. A disposition to accommodate: ; off his bonds some ten years since anj
addition of two companies t Jo each intan'ry; and of the Anti-Corn Hw League. : amid: the proposal so mnde surge-ted a division I it for another day.
two troops Jo cacn cavalry regiment. Tl.rcecotntnissr.ned Lord Stanley Mated that he left the Cabinet of the territory. M'hether or not that proposal For the reduction on tallow, on papr hangings: our patrons has led us to admit advertisements now as a man of talent, education and humanity

ctiictl:5, a ;. ; and two subalterns : because he thought that t the I proposed scheme oncht to have beea accepted I cannot say. on soap and candles, on boots and shoes, on foreign heretofore on Saturday, by which is seeking lo enlist time sympathies
would t sufficient to the agri :'i r. Pakenliam though'' the term* proposed were spirits, on clover ;nd other seeds, on provisions -
will be appointed In each cf these companies culturalists.The m give. protection so little likely to be acceptable, that lie did; not fresh and salted) on vegetables, on foreign the issuing of the paper has; been delayed of the good in his behalf, to enable him t to

and troops.) address was carried without! a division. feel himelf warranted ia tranmiiin; the pipo- made carriages; we mu-t refer to our ampl report until very late in the afternoon. This has rescue from thialtlrom an aged mother and
INCREASE OF THE AVV. s-il to the government at noine ; an.I, on Minifying cii the speech it elf in another column. We can
Her Majesty's Government having resolved to EGAN1) AND TUT. UNITED STATES-SPEECH this to Mr. Buciusinn! the latter inan 'lia'ely d-> little more than indicate in tin* place, currente worked to our injury, and we are deter young staler," lo which end he had preached

increase the navy, a number of districts havo EY SIR KOnr.HT PEEL. stated that the proposal VMS v.-ithdra\vii. This is calama, lime primary bf.iJs of the scheme. Sugar mined that the effect shall not be the result twice on the Sunday last before time publication
been selected where rendezvous -tablished the state of the negotiat tens at present so far asI -that great article Colonial produce, which next
arts <
for entering volunteers. Lieut. J. Stone has HOUSE OK COMMONS-January 22. I am informed, lespecti: : the proposal submitted to the coin law?, has been most virulently asniledon of the same caute, 1iereaIer.crrI. of the TJLmes. In these sermons, i u
The Speaker, in his state robes, entered the by Mr 15uch.inan."I account of the tenacity to which time Mini.terIn
been appointed} to that at Hull ; Liruf. W. Pittto Hon=e jit twenty-live( inhiuNs after one o'clock hive the hizhe.-t opirion of Mr. Fakepham.; : clung in screening it from competition still Within the last two weeks we have; is said he displayed eloquence of a very

the one at Leith ; Lieut. R. Tucker to one at when a considerable number of the members had I have lli? gretet re-p"e for his talent-! ;and the to be more or le.-is protected.SI high natural order, and very chastely cultivated -
South Shields: Lieur. W. W. Kyi on to one at greater confidence! ill h's jiuisment, vrt I mi.st ive-grown sugar be still regarded a an abomination been the recipients of numerous f.ivors in "
embled. after two o'clock the Hotne
North Yarmouth ; Lieut. J. Stewart (b,) to one Shortly say th.it! ; t it would have been better h id he transmitted ; but (lie duty on foreign free labor sugar isto the "Pub. Doc." line, from our Honorable which was the more creditable and
at Dundee; and Lieut. C. T. Hill to or.e at was summoned to the bar of the House of Lords that proposal to the hornlovermiier.t( for be teduced :C-fil per cv t. The corn laws he remarkable from the fact, thai len years
Glasgow. on the arrival of lh*' Queen, whither the Speaker their con.Miierjition, arid if found in it-elf mmritt5facior' : proposes; to aholi-h totally and unconditionally, on Senators, Messrs. WJESTCOTT and YULEK.

UNITED TARIFF.Lord and a co'i-iderable purnber of the members it might po.ibh'! have fcrmil tli" fo-iruia- tile 1-t I'lbniary, IS-lf), and in time meantime a and our Representative, the Hon. WM. H.HROCKEMJROUGH ago he was an ignorant slave, not knowing
STATES proceeded. On their uturn, the House was adjourned lion for a faitlvr proposal. (I Hear.) ince that modified siieimrgsca1e! : is to be substituted for the the alphabet," but by application after his
Monteagle inquired whether there would until four o'clock. peiiod i his colmntt y h.s; azam.i repeated tolh.I'nited I one at pre>-iu in existence. (for which we return our
be any objectio'i In the ;production of the report On the re-a sernblini; of the House a number States their oilerf rein rim g lime matter to aibitration For in.-trtiice, when he price of corn is under thanks. escape, he has stored his mind with knowledge

of the Secretary of the Treasury in the United cf new writs were moved for. but no aric\ver ha< yet been received to the "Ss. time duty will be 10-, when above 4S., and nn- and by that very application has
States on the subject of the tarifT The subject proposal so made.; \Vilh *e.spect to tn! > proposed (1T59s Oil and so on!, the duty declining Is with a To Mr. CAEELL we are under many gratified
was one of general importance, and he hoped HOUSE OF; COMMONS-January 23. increase in the naval and military s'liir-ites' it is use in the price of Is, until the price reaches 33-, the first wish of his heart, viz : lo real

there would be r.o objection to the production ]ENGLAND AT.'D TIlE UNITED STATES.-Mr. iinpoible for anv one to ste time prr.gre.-a of steam when a permanent duty of-Is is to take place. In obligations, for his kind attentions to us the Scriptures in the original which

t>( the document. He had the light it right to put Hume alter complimenting Sir Robert Pet I upon navigation, and the conlini-ed; increa-f of f our colonial order (to propitiate the landlord class, sumof money during his stay in Washington. tongues
without the tiiie to be advanced Government for the he dues with
r t seeing are by facility.
pimssesioiis, : same : great
this question lo the obtt earl in the first instance, his proposed, liberal policy! said there was one I the necessity I for an increa e&f our nival and lailit.irv ;I.i I. improvement of f agriculture.Tbe Other M. CYs who have favored us with
before the of the other to which he would refer and it A remarkably pious man, this Mr. Pennington
was
moving production point -
; report. i est 41)!I IIi in t'rm t. law of settlement is t<> be altered, so that, the able of Mr. CABELL and
The Ear of Aberdeen said it was unusual fo to express a hope that the right honorable baronet Within the Ia4t few months, the colony f.f New after a servitude or residence of five years, in a speech pamphlet no doubt. His ministerial labor
move for the production of documents similar to would continue to maintain the good understanding Zeland has made; a heavy dtmand: upon ti- in this manufacturing; ; di-trrct, the peasant who has left copies of the speeches of various gen-

That alluded! to by the noble nrd. and if such a which, from h her Majesty's speech, appeared respect ; and the continual drain made upon: our ti-1e plough for the factory, must receive parochial are entitled to our .thanks iu a two are direcleJ-not to time rescuing from dan
practice wt-re adopted it might !bt? attended with to prevail between France and England. troops on account of th* neces-sary reliefs in mjmr aid, if ho require it, from tbe place of his adoption, ptlemeu ger the souls of his brethren who may jet

great inconvenience. At the same time, he was (Hear.) It was in flit- power of the British Covenment other por. s-ions is so great, that it ulnxct! unto not the place of hi< nativity ; the same with regard fold degree. _ "
po -il,l.. fill up our regiment- think! that even to his children and his widow. be "iu time bondage of sin and iniquity ;
not disposed to deprive their lordships of information united with that of France to command
TIlE FOREIGN NEWS
white we have the utmost conficl-Tce i in the intentions Moreover the highway r.ites are to be remodelled
which muht be really valuable and important the peace of the vvcrlJ. (Ilenr, hear.) Quarrels m i not to preach from the sacred Scriptures,
of foteiqn powers, we ouid not be wi-e to on a pan! \\hicii i is to save a tug: at the ;agricultural To which we have given a large in
,and which he could communicate consistently muhl take place between ditli-rent nations, but neglect the fences of our country ; and to render purse : and various other charges hitheitopud space and to impress their truths-by force of his

with his duty. He had certainly received a copy those two Great nations united would prevent it s cur" again-t any possible <;onting *ncy. out of l the country rates, such as the expenses our paper to-day, will be found of a highly chaste and cultivated

of the document to which the noble loid referred, war. (Hear.) There was a paragraph in the (Hear, hear ) I say, then, that thrt proposed: inciea.e of convicted prisoner, cf prosecutions at sessions, interesting nature : in fact it is characterised eloquence"upoethe
and he was ready to admit that it contained mat speech v.hich reftrritig to the state of our relations in th esMiiK-tes! rr.ay be enir"l\r! iu tifl"d the education ( f work house children, &c., are to minds of his hearers; but to misrepresentation
defensive ground and that her 3.1aetv"sJovcrnmeiit be paid ia future by tbe State. by the Press, both in this country and in
pureh
ter which was vi-ry well worthy their lordships with the Unildd States; he rnut say that on : ; and slander, for the purpose '.t
attention. Under the circumstanced, be would be thought her Majesty's expressions on this sub ( have felt it their duty to propoemiincrea Mil. COBDKN: AND Till! CORN-LAWS. England, as the most important that has
not object to iu production; but his consent to ject highly ,proper and bircming. & of ihe estimates: for our naval, military Mr. CobJen has published an uddres to the exciting the "sympathies" uf the people,
crossed the Atlantic for
and! oidinjncesiublirhnient: without rtrfv-reuce to years. The
the noble lords request on this occasirn must not lie thought, ton, tint the paragraph which re- the dispute with the United States. farmers if England! ; oa the proposition of Sir II many and enlisting the good in his behalf to ec-
be drawn into a precedent. commanded an incie.T-e in the aimy and navy ; Peel, relative to corn. His object is to convince policy of Sir ROBERT PEEL-the immediate -
Their lordships then adjourned.On efcti mutes, one of the b-M. under present circumftaticcs INDIA AM> CHINA. thorn that it i is better for their ii-.tercsts, iti every able him to rescue from thraldom an aged
Thursday, the 2.Id uf f Januiry, Parliament in ihe who-! speech (hoar) i rid he raw it The despatch! .-:, by extraoniinarv; e.Tprf=', in point ot view, to have time corn laws repealed at repeal cf the duty on many articles of mother and young sister ; begging money
anticipiiiori t t of I the bi-monthly mail I from India
vviil irierable p'atific-ition when he fi.und the British the reduction and final
coij import repeal
instead of for the ministerial ;
was opened by the Queen in person, the royal j cinef tnuqistrutt* cfa great from vvhniuheeir.ected and China, reached London on the 19h; nIt \ iiMarseilles. once, waiting term to pay his way back to America, for the
procession left Buckingham Palace soon after 2 b "tJtr thins- crjuntry. at nat.sht The d.itc.are Calcutta, Drc. 7 ; Lonibav of throe ears. of the ''Corn Laws," at the expiration .
venture to s-ft he
| ; his brethren" that
o'clock, and arrived at the Hou>e of Lords soon all tluse rules and regulations which civilized nitions Dec. 15 The! reasoning by which 1.2 supports this vievof of three and the ultimate establishment purpose advising
after. ob.-erved towards eaHi other. It wc.uld beainng Time mail was brnnsht to Snez bv the llentinck the case appears in the face of it very conclusive years has found within the Caribbean Sea the

Tim srr.ncn OF QUEEN VICTORIA. contrary to the \\hol tenor of his hfe. steamer, and Iaiid' there on lime -liii! intTlie but vvbcth'T the response will be in the of the Free Tr.ide system in England ; isle where time Tree of Liberty blooms
v\ Inch had !been the inoj-l t-fiicient, useful, andpo'.vrr ;political news i is not impoitant.: \n collision spirit?) of Mr. Cobdea's: letter, is very doubtful.Xoch will have an important bearing the per-
15 Lords and Grntfanen: hud takfii place: on tiie Sntl'-'j.! Th Sikii upon rental field! which flee as
prnpr c 1.the! got -ranuimt, iiot to apprOVe s ot'men drrjd a change more than farmers ; a to they may ,so
It gives me peat satisfaction to meet you in of this p.ut of the ti'Hoch, and h<> was pure there trOOps further bad dern:approached'n.-tration.the frontier, but Irid m ..deno and most of all 1, sudden changes. This commercial interests of the world. to the disabilities and oppressions DO*
Parliament, and to have the opportunity cf was a disposition nn the part cf the lloue, to escape
of
re- is
timidity further increased by their state de- The reader will bestiuck with the con
The ( Governor (General and Sir II Cough theConmnianr'erinCJiief "
cuiring to >our ass-istauce and advice. I continue pldce at her Maity' command thos-e nie'in? pendc'ice on tbe landlord the least refusal to tier which they labor. He's an ambitious
which would maintain the honor cf the country. met on the 2Gtb of November ; trast between the tone of the speeches of
to receive lntn: my allies, and from other Cheers. : the former is said to have suspended the forward coruply with his desires may be attended with negro, too ; the first wish of his heart wa

Foreign Powers, the strongest assurance of time ( Sir ilobert) Peel-I never rntcrtainpd the slightest movements_ of the latter, and is supposed to notice to quit ;" arid to political subserviency Sir Robert Peel and Lord John Russell, to read the scriptures in the original tonguiif

desire to cultivate time most friendly n-l.itions apprehension that any contrast between the have opened r'cntltttlis.( If his terms were not they sell thctii-elves from the moment that they and the English Press, and the Aliens,
with this country. I rejoice that in concert with language employed in hf-r majesty's speech in rcferer.ce promptly complied wnb it wj< supposed that be become tenants will. Most of our white preachers, iu "free America -

the Emperor of Rus>ia, and through the success to those unfortunate deputes that Mill pre would I him.-elf! commence immediate operations.TIIK Little doubt can exist that a free trade: in corn, Casses and Hannegans of ihe United States ,"-the good old fashioned class,-are

of our joint! meditation, I have been enabled to vail between this country and America, aiid thai U'NITKU STVTIS: AND GRKAT: BJUTAIN. from time [mre-clt time would prove less injurious Senate, and a portion of the American
adjust the differences! which had loi.g prevailed which has been ued bv the chIef masiitrate: of [From \\Mlrncr .V M.-iitb's Times ] to the farmer than what Mr. Cobden calls time tolerably well satisfied to read the Scriptures

between the O'toman Porte and the King ol 1 Persia the United State.?, would, have been made in thi> The Meauv-hij) Cumbria commanded by our excellent "transition! state," during which the stock of Press. While bluster and bravado have ( as they have been translated, and comprehend

' S and had seriou every and expound them in like manner ;
of or mirepiTHnted.We out I to-day t the !mo.-t I important and gratifyiaTf; I intelligence
the East. For several >ear* a desolating; and world to into the KritUh market
tsirovv the
on ed with moderation and least
have no hesitation in announcing sincere dignity, at an
our that ever b ft tbe lu/res of Clre.it Britain : but this of color in the true
sanguinary waifare has afflicted the States of Rio de.-ire for the interest of this eountrv; for the Sir 1 liobert 1eel-InIammtl'i poweiful and brilliant very day I hat the duty was remitted. gentleman ,
of desire for Hut
de ia Plata. The commerce of all nations has interests of tie! United States, and for the interests Miiister| -has developed his future commercial! TIlE AMERICAN MINISTER IN FRANCE.IIr. apparent sincerity peace. antiquarian spirit of the living age, g>>e3

been interrupted, and acts of barbarity have been of the nvihzf'l world, in continuing to strain policy. King the American Mirustf-r at the Tuilerie comparisons are odious." back centuries for the dead languages

committal], unknown lo the practice a civili/ed every effort which i is coiiMte with nutioM.il honor It is at once ample and comprehensive : and under *, fia* been drawn into correspondence with That the tone of feeling iu England as eighteen
,
people. In conjunction with the Ki'ig ol the for the purpo.-c of amicably terminating i those its operation; the exfhanrre of commodities] between :M Gui/, fur the of rebutting a charge Well, we have no objection to
French disputes. ( Hear.) I never bad any apprehension this, and U. States purpose exhibited in the speech of'the Queen herself
I am endeavoring to eLect! a pacification t country (England) t the have
him (tbe London Times of his after nor
preferred against by aspirations knowledge ;
that our infentio'is or our language would | \oilsr'tmreeiited \ will I be carried
(
of those States. Tbe Convention concluded with > to an extent, and will b mutuallyproductive
gaiblnig t Ihe views of t the French Government and the remarks of Peel and Russell,
on
mtlie\ speech! which the. honorable the
France in : mm i of advantages, greater I to quote' not irreverently we objection to his humbugging
the ot lat (for the any
effectual course year, more gntlennn, ( \l r. I'miic,) the nmforrn and con-H- the words of I the sacred volume-'' iii in (the subject of Texas, and producing thereby the will have a favorable influence upon the !
suppression of the t-lave trade, is about lent advocate for the stricte.-t economy, has ja-j the eye hath seen, or the heart bath conceived." expl'.sivf! mis-ive in the President's Message, Jamaicans. hue is "science nigg; enough
to be carm led into immediate: execution by the active made, ronfiriin nIP that my anti<:i[>atioiiS will not Tbe new scheme omlT.ices, ; with a full sense of which has caused such a sensation in France, minds of'our lulers Washington, there to impose himself the people of Jamaica

co-operation of the two Powers on the Coast be diat|> jointed (Cheers.) And if any propor-al their importance, lhi principles <,i' free trade-repudiates and such protracted discussion in the Chambers. can be but little doubt : and we may reason upon air1 set
of Africa.It which her M ijcs-tv' ( overntner.t may f'el' it their all protection for eonoierce'. m'-mufactures; Mr. King is sadly too thin skinned and he has as an injured individual,
;
i is niy desire that our present union, an.I the duty to make for the niaintanann- q f eentialri ; and agi (culture ; admit coin duty fiee, at the end not I.t tlercd I his position by appealing} I through ably expect the opening of further negotia- the inhabitants of the whole Island ?go?
good understanding: winch so happily exists between ht-s orol the national honor, shall be reminded of three years, with: a sci: '!'* which will prubublyoscillate lions between the two Governments and
und this Ilon.-e, thn l 1.1 Mr. Gui'/.ot, to the public, against I tbe strictures America"-
be between
to not free
: u- iilvvar* be employed to hiipporter by me four and( six t-hillinrs per quarter, with false notions of
the interc-its may promote mi-takeii. 1 ihinU it wonlJ 1 be time greatest mis- and at once 00111 its Indian corn aivl buciiwbeat:! of a newspaper. A high diplomatic functionary an amicable settlement of the Oregon Question term
of humanity: and tosecur lhe pcacn furturie if a conie.-t about tin Oregon between free cf all duty whatever. To the details, of thus ought to be above this. The Times returns to tIme editor of the Times sarcastically
last.
of the worldI reuret that the conflicting claims two Mich England and the (United States the and sacrifices Mr. unmercifully. at
pov/er'as great measure \ve earneMly entreat the :attention charge, King our country,-and her institutions, why,1'
of Great Britain and the United States in respect could not, by the exercise of moderation and good of our commercial readers We b .g to ref-r thnn Mr. King's letter is rhetorical and: inflated c"
to the territory on the North Western Coast of sense, be brought to a perfectly honorable and to tie speech itself, and to our rennr'is upon it. ; that of Mr. Guizot brief, cold and to the TILE NEW-YORK ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE hope the hat may be passed around for
.
America, although they have been mide the Fati-factory conclusion. (Cheer) Great Pritain, at the present moment, is in a bia/.e point. -for March-is on our table. From benefit, until they find they have paid Frett/
subject of repealed negotiation still remain unsettled. THE OREGON AND RIVER PLATE QUESTIONS. (excitement ; men talk and think of nothinz else ;
You may be assured lint no effort con- Lord John Kii ell s.iid, he was not about to al they have set their hearts' upon securing ihe great THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT. the examination of the numbers received dearly for giving credence lo the hypocritical

sitent with national honor shall ba wanting en hide to those subjectsvhleli) had Ix'en before the fi-eil frcli"iiie, forthe legeiit-iation of ibe rtmntiy, On the first imi4it of the Session the interest we think it will compare favorably with any prelcntions and false stoiies of a
to this Hoiire last night, but there were two questions in which I the Premier has I laid before Parliament; centered in the Ministerial explanations. These
my part termination.bring question to an early and that paiL <'
peaceful Gentlemen of the! Howie Commons to our foreign lelatjons which lie wis-bed for total extinction of the corn laws. The friends of popular branch of the legislature, for the theme much of the merit that should recommend would have had no need to leave the TjniteJ
of : some exi'jnation| upon. Fir.-t, with regard to the p'Mce and progression, on this side of tIme water, was evidently distasteful to the seccder, Lord
The estimates: of the year will be laid before Oregon q ie.t-on. lie entirely participated; in the Jiope-earnestly I and sincerely i hope-th.it; the new S'anly. On a subsequent night, however, the a work of its character to literary readers. States-where his aged mother and yOUt1

you at an early pericd. Although I am deeply feelings of the risht! Hon. gentleman, both that obcy will bind America to us by the ties of atom iy. U'ike of Richmond called the Duke of j Its articles are chaste and of moral in other
upon a lone seek any
sister reside -to happiness
sensible of the importance of enforcing economy peace w ith the United States was most desirable, 'miiherhtiod. and interest, and that t tiie miserable ,
Wellington his version and he
in all branches of the expenditure, yet and that we ouijht to do nothing that was inconsistent Hjuab; !>!ing about a barren waste will give way to to supply pre and seem to be written and selected with a country whatever. He's a humbug.
with the honor of this I'utceitdiii inoie libfi.il, civilized, and comprehensive views.The. faced the request by asking whether the hero of a
I have been country.
compelled, by a due regard to the view to sententiousness
i immediate effects of the tariff the hundred fights had received her Majesty's of style. If the
hid permission Session.
of the statements been put forth in America, and new on -Fl rs tW.S1IINGTON |
exigencies service and the Congress
Twenty-Ninth
public to state
,
cf Naval had been reported to hive been nude to the Con most prominent American exports we have noticed to do SI). The Duke, with the frankness Editor and Publisher continue to give the February
: our and Militaty Establishments, to gress of the L'niti-dState which made it desirable elsewhere. Altogether the fciibject in its various and promptness which marked his conduct immediately STATES
propose some increase in the estimates which that some explanation should be given on the tnb- phases, is the mc.-t I impoitant that! ;, ever crossed the launched into a history of the uflair. work that attention which it is apparent they UNITED YESTERDAT\SEXATlq

provide for their efficiency. ject. He hud thought that the President of the Atlantic since time introduction of ocean navigation: It is a very diill-rent story from that of his oily have bestowed on the iwo last numbers, PROCEEDINGS OF the
.Ifw Ijodrs and and all that is for the par- The President laid before the Senate
Gintirmen : United States had list year made declarations to is now wanting ilovernment and
at the head of
I have observed with deep regret, time very Congress on this subject which were not conformdhl and people of t the. United States to morel us in a the Government.appearance-loving colleague liculajly, it will be eminently worthy of, annual report of the Commissioner of *a-
frequent instanne in to the cf civilized countries, or to kindred spirit, and in the true spirit of commerce and
which the crime of deliberate usages Time Cabinet: differed about the Corn laws and must meet with, success.07's tents. ,
assassination has been of late committed in the friendly relations rf the two flares; but it and of friendship, foiget the past, and run a generous resolulion instructing
&f resigned. The Duke disliked the of these Mr. Phelps offered a
Ireland. It will be would appear, however, that a proposition for a race < mutual happiness and prosperity for the repeal
your duty to consider whether compromise! had been made from the Pri-sult'tit to future. laws, but he disliked a difference in the Cabinet The new steamer Albany, Capt. time Committee on the Library to repOTt

increased any measures can Iw devised fife calculated to give Her Majesty's government, and hs (Lord John PKKL'S FINANCIAL SCHEME. more. To preserve unanimity of opinion, ho was GRIFFIN, arrived a little before our paper a bill lo authorize Hiram Powers to execute

V protection to and to bring to justice Mussel!) conceived that that proposition had Our columns to-day furnish evidence of the great ready to sacrifice any I liw-to give up any pet an equestrian statue Washington,j
the perpetrators of so dreadful a crime. I changed the state of the question. revolution which has taken place in the public scheme. Accordingly when the Whigs, through went lo press, bringing upwards of 900 bales Laid

have toJarnent that, in consequence of the failure The proposition itself might be satisfactory or mind, relative to the fiscal policy of the country divided councils, broke down, Sir Robert Pool cotton, and a score of passengers- We are over.
of the potato crop in several parts of the United not satisfactory ; but, having been made, it did Governments, it is notorious, in all highly civilized wrote to the Duke who in the OREG05. .jj
Kinzdom: there will be a deficient supply of an appear to him to require a statement from those in countries, are r.hvays conservative-:-ilvvays Iii ar- t the time I i him i, I that was he would country Parliament tit no judges of water craft, but from the size The Senate then proceeded to the sped

article of food which forms the chief substance of authority in this country of the terms on which rear of the people's requirements. It is certainly alone, telling if and meet of the boat, the cargo she brought, and the order of time day, and the Oregon ueoat"
great numbers of my people. The disease they would be sati-fied" settle this question FO in England ; it is more or less so in other coun- necessary, propose a repeal ot resumed.Mr. .
by
: which the plant has been affected That proposition, as hr understood, had not been tries, making allowance difference of moral the Corn laws. case with which she moved under it-to say was
h
finished Jterday
prevailed received by her Majesty's government, but had and physical causes. The Minister who carries The Duke immediately give; in hU adhesion, nothing of her built Dickinson, who had not
the in Ireland. being master OUt
to utmost extent I have by a
adopted been declared to be totally inadmissible by our out Uenthanrs axiom of the greatest happiness of and highly praNed the "pluck" of his right hon. resumed his remarks in favor of
,all such precautions as if was in my power to Minister in America. He (Lord John J-tmiselI) the greatest number," will best serve the mt re&teof friend in coming to such a determination ; it was workman, General Foster,-we should at tide, the notice, &c.

adopt for the purpose of alleviating the sufferings confessed he thought that was a hasty proceeding humanity, and fulfil his own high destiny. what he would have done himself under the pressure once pronounce her some. Mr. J. M. Clayton desired to know what M
which may be caused by this calamity, and I on the part of the representative of Her Majesty But where the representative principle isat work; of similar circumstances. the of AIr.
thill confidently rely on your co-operation in devising itt the United States. Hut what he wished to ask where the public mind possesses Rnfbeient intelligence Duke's, Altogether, We came near forgetting to say that this he was lo understand by the remark

: such other means for effecting the same was, whether the negotiations had recommenced to rasp great truths, and desires their embodiment and explanation showed how ditlerently education boat is time result of the. of the D. yesterday i that he was ready to rnenGreat
benevolent as require the sanction or were going on 1 He was not desirous that the in action, all that the State Pilot has tn; character cause men to view the same enterprise Britain halfway, and in a spirit.jj1
of the Legislature.purpose may papers should be presented to the house ; he was do, is to be the instrument of realizing an enlightened facts. The large and comprehensive vision of citizens of Albany, Ga., was built at that in Comin
willing to leave the negotiation in the hands of policy on the safest principles, and with the the statesman contrasts amusingly in this instance compromise, making a
I have had great satisfaction in giving my assent her majesty'* government until they could state most ender regard for the interests, feelings and with the narrow range of the military disciplinarian. place, and is intended for the Flint River treaty ? '

:. to the measures which you have presented to that a satisfactory result had been attained, before sympathies of all claeeet-for thobc vvhoj have trade. Mr. Dickinson replied that he1LU meant



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COflCC lo us, we. in Mr. Payne of Ala. (who was entitled to the Clerk, and on motion of Dr. Green seconded COTTON STATEMENT. Last ItS. For Hew----t York.: =- -

tgI3nd concede them to her to the the floor upon the River and Harbor Bill) by Mr. Hancock, referred to committee of three year Per brig Manhattan, for New Ycrk-Mr. Glaodsll t

turn, should he did not mean to con"Tine would not yield, bat went on to oppose the to report thereon; and the Mayor named Messrs. hand 1st Sept .. ... ....4 3 and lady; Messrs Hall, Terry and 6 in the tTHE superior ship B. JlYMAR, Cwyrer -
,nr but Greenland Rinaldi said committee.Mr. Received past 3 days. .... ....5,771 steerage. having part of her cargo engaged
subject with! that of Oregon. Bill warmly upon constitutional grounds. Guyon. ,Rinaldi, duly seconded, moved to take previously .... .63,239 Per steamer Emily-Messrs D B Woood, Gay- ,?UT balance of freight or passage, apply
seCt did not seem to have any appre- The measure was denounced as a monster, up Toinl .....bales C9,014 lOiCOOStockion lord and Cbatnbrrs. to the master, or to .
)!,. D o'f though he thought 'thath. and by many other words af censure. the resolution offered by him (and laid over) at a Exported past 3 days... .... .4.373 Per steamer Viola-Mr Rick?: lady, two chil NOURSE, STONE & CO.feb29 .

vm a war should arm loo. Mr. Brinckerhoff, of Ohio, replied to this previous meeting, and adopted, whereupon the previously ..... .. 25,395 dren and two Rervarrts; Dr McGruder and lady; Q 46 Water :street. .
h. armed
Fnchnd we said resolution was read by the Clerk, as follows: Total... .... .. 40,763 iQ Judge Widgeon, Cap Thomas Jcnnlen MessrsIT -
* did come "we should) find millions speech, and defended the Lake country and Resolved, That hereafter any member of this B ?tonr, G OUnd. D Bryant, Wm ,Ingram, For IVew % ork. .

1 I'' "' ,nd millions of arms and millions members from the aspersions put on it and board wishing to ofler an ordinance for consider On hand and onshipboardnotcleared23,21i 359o Wm H Hinds, S T Porter. THE Superior packet brig VAKUL.

f mcfl. ready to leap from their scabbards them by the member from Alabama.Mr. ation, shall give notice at a previous meeting of % ---.-.-- Per steamer Colmnbu.-Messrs Davis, Condey, _'I, A. B. Mulford, muter will hat

of 5rordS of our right and firesides-and McClernand obtained the floor, when his intention so to do, stating its object, &.c and RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR Godwin, Adair. Master Garrard. -H-jpatch. For freight of 100 bales cotton

il 1 tiefence f mothers and sisters, too; as in ther1cDtYtl.e the Bill was laid aside for the day. it shall net be acted upon until the next regular Per steamer Emily-270 bales cotton to D B Per Meatner aUMiner Columbus A'oes-.Dr! -Biker Mrs Wicr.ils.'ftol, John! jSealy.Ptr WmTpn or passage, apply to the master or to

Revolution, ready lo feed them Mr. Brodhead asked the favorable con meeting unless this resolution be waived by two- Wood !c Co; 93 to Il-irper A: Holmes; 14:1 to y, Hun 11 C Spann, Dr Philip: Messrs C DODGE & PRATT

da$0f ao]J. if necessary, to bind sideration of a Bill from the Senate, making thirds of the members present. Hill, Davson & Cc; 14 to B Elison i; Co; 13 Ltppitt. R Holaway! A Sparta, W Sutton, MVa feb28 9 40 Water street.
And motion of Dr. Green duly seconded boxes tobacco to D G Kanev.IVr .
on
\ > ? Young Man
ren, pratt,
20 dSrUeeraied% bosoms. an appropriation for supplying the Minister the same was adopted,and ordered to be embodied steamer Viola-2CO bales cotton to W A & Per steamer Aug: ta-Mrs Tirjrie! and child For Liverpool
Bpt) T') said he wanted to retain Oregon of Justice in France with: copies ef the decisions in the by-laws adopted by the Council.On P C Kan: : 179 to liii!. Daws-on 'c Co; 93 to Wm Mi=a Shaw Col N C Crugir; Mej-rs J Persons, '-- THEA1Et.hip (JCE.qXQOEEY

of the old world as well asforlbeE3or of the Courts ofethe Union. motion of Mr. Guyon, seconded by Mr. Insram: 79 to Noursc. Stone vV Co: 70 to Wm G and son, P iioswonh, S C Hall, J G Hurd, E McBride, master, can lake the bulk cf
) trodden Irehand-for The Bill both in Committee and Porter !c Co; 40 to Wylie McKenzie; 33 Win 4lfjC)0Saleq) cotton, and will have des
duwtl passed Rinaldi, the claim of the City against the United H Hlnd 7G to Chas Rogers vCo 15 D
our lierself when, like tS.e sea, she in the House, when an adjournment was States, for the support of sick seamen during the ; 63: do; and 3 boxes tobacco to ;Locckhart to Bryant i: Per MSS.TS steamer Kant-y Champion Green-Major Hdrd.vick Pace and daughrr patch. For freight, apply to

gTa0d ) hertiriflg dead. When he moved and carried. last summer, was referred to the committee on Young; 21 hairs cotton, 109 cow hid and 1 bale May; and Fannin. Beall, Feb 21 J.DAYCo.

shoUIJ give UI the Hospital and Poor. deer skins to McKay& Ilartahorne; 10 bbls tallow Per s-eamr Boston-Miss Odom, Messrs Cum- For L.i\'crpool.

had 10vcd lint the further con- From the Floridian.] Mi. Rir.aldi offered the folbwing resolution, to Green & Conner}'. iford, Fleming and Smith. ..tTILE fast 9diliL Al British hip
)Ir. PV' which was adopted : Per steamer Columbus-199 bales cotton to JnoC Per steamer Marv A Moore Mrs Laird and '-
..uliieot be postponed until METHODIST CONFERENCE. isa) jk'ESTREL, Turner, master, i 13 tip foe
Chas
the MaeUy; to Rogers & Coj 66 to W A Mrs Carcite
Resolved, That all fines and penalties, now on servant, and servant, MH Mostly
jerati3D 1ondy furtni.lU, and advocated his The second annual Conference of the the record of the Mayor's Court, against the master A: P C hairi; 4t to Lockhart &: ionn?; 23 to and servin!, Mrs Kate, Mrs Joyce, 3his KeiUMii the above port and will meet with immediate -

veNt rem-rL., principally on the Methodist Episcopal Church, South closed of steam boat fcr the violation of Bucbce we Howard; tJ4 to Harper ic Holmes; 4 to Moore MPH Bulls, Morrison, Sporman, despatch. For freign, apply to
,
few an ordinance
in any J Day fc Co. .
W. KAIN.
1otion Leaird aid Warrick. [Feb 7 A. fc P. C.
lie and friendly character at Monticello Monday evening last, after last entitled ordinance -
if pacific passed 21st May "an IVriieamer Asnes-29 bales cotton to McKay Per steam-r Ati's-Jude
Messrs
ground he nC- Iron) England, outwardly a session of four days.Ve have been politely in relation to taxes, &c." he remitted on 5 ; Harbhorue; G :o D G Raney; 10 do and 14 P Jordan. W W Croom r.nd Wyli servants Thos For New York.

of the desire that po action of the furnished with the following list of appointments the defendants paying tiie costs of suit. boxes t:>bA fcco to Thf Preston; 4 do to Lockhartfc Per iteumer Albany-Col Wm W Cheever, Dr 4-i... THE splendid fast-sailing brig TY-

; t k3t, and a inTerfere. with the desire for the present year : Dr. Green offered the following preamble and Young; 1 to B tj Hawlev. L B Mercrr, Dr R: Q'Dic-kinsn'n. Gen N P Foster, \BEE, McCormack, master, will bar

Sejare 5jouId Britain to !bring the Quincy District-Reuben 11. Luckey P. E. resolution, which was read, and the further consideration Per slt-atner ApaiacSiicola baK cotton to Drtvid A Vfcson. Asa tfinquefield, J M Hull and I Iervant [immediate despatch. Forfreight or pajsa -
manifetetI by (heat thereof postponed till the next regular Lockhart &; Yous; 32 to Wylie -t McKenzie; Glto .- James C Lartleti, K K Hunt, James G :e, apply to the Captain rr to
0 all amicable seitIcuent. Quincy-Win. W. Griffin. meeting U'm G Porter tc Co: S3 to MoKny & tUrtshornf Johi-o, Jovph L Tiiorn Jus L Uyingtoti: Wai- Feb ai NOURSE, STONE &. CO.
nialter the Gco. W. Pratt. : ; 10 to J Dt.y A: Co; 10 to Green te Conne- '
opposed postponement. Albany- ter Thompson, Saniuel ILirifield, 'Vrn Derna-
AN Whereas it is for the mutual advantage
Mr. evidently -
in the l.ite news to justify Blaktly-John Slade.Bainbridgc ry; 17 to Howard; Rutherford; 20 to Warren ret, Win Mathineny, John Parker, fl 11 Kencirick, For New Yorlc.TIlE
ilVtt aoibiiis and interest of the Land Company and City Sutton 2 to ILirper A Holrncs."IVr .
; ( Thus 1!ill, 31.istcrsJarnes, 3lercer and TL rnoti, _' superior new bark 'J&YE E.
had drawn A. J. Denvours.Gcdsdcn
ifr ,inference which the Senator of Apalachicola, thai the foot of the public street steamer Aun' >td-122 bales cotton io HarP I Mks 1 Br.nden. \ WILLIAMS, G. Parker, master, having

/Vomit Gentlemen of course might differ --James Harris, George Arnon. leading to the river shall be kept open and free rvV Holmes: 143 to Wm H Kiintrrotrgh A: Co; -------- .:: -: -------2 I ;_J a portion of her carsjo engaged and going
conclusion' *. but lor his own part JVaIulla-\Vesley. Adams. from obstiuclions, so"tlut in case of fire an expeditions 177 to Lockhart A: Youn62; to Hi>w. rd A: l Ruth- botrd will have dispatch. For balance
thfir For a2e. on prompt
in consider lh.it the declarations of Spring G fed: Mission-[To be supplied.] communication mny be had with the water orion!; 4ri; io .McKay A: Hdruhorne; CS to Wm G I of to the master, or'to
A udid DWEL- freight, apply
hl (|hiI,| not( Porter Cm1; ( to "J Day A Co. r : g? very Spl two story
beBriti-h Ministry in the| Houses of Parliament Lake Jac1on-To be supplied.] and for other purposes. Per steamer: Champion! 3( 0 hales cotton to JnoC l"4n'iLING\ HOUSE, situated in the most airy DODGE & PRATT,

, or the declaration! of the british Tallahassee Vitlrict-l1. P.. Smith, P' E Resolved, Thaf the streets of said city leading Maclay; 127 to Harper A: Helnif: 103 to Suns -LJJJj'ind| plt--a-a.t [part of that delightful \vatenn March 7 40 Water street

iiura-iU loresln: bweJ the real policy of Tallahassee. L. T. n lake. to the Ariahchicr-la river do terminate in the k Chetrv'er; Ii6; to McKay A: Hart.-horae; 27 to C place, St. JnsephJ. The house is built in For Boston.
water, and are subject to the satne regulations as Holers >c Co; 41 to Loekhart A; Yonne: C6 t(
should draw infer- Leon-John J. Richards. the best manner, with folding door, three rooms
If he any sTHE bark EL1Z.1, Talbot, master
Britain. observed reference to streets Wm G Porter A Co 21 A Mc'Kcnzic ,
Gn-al are in public generally ; ; to Wyhe ; ; -
be that she meant directly Thomasville-Seaborn G- Childs. and a hall on a tlv>r, Kitchen, Stable, CarriigreHou -will meet with despatch. For
: it would and (that the wharves at the foot of said 22 to Hill, Dawj-on .V Co passage
tftp reverse of "lint she said. Mr. A. said .3lonficcilo-Gideon A. Mallet. streets may not be used for profit or emolument. 1'or steamer Bo-ion---174 hales cotton to Green e ai.J all necessary out-buildings in good .. to
l.e if Svuatur3flIC.l JMmli&on-J'thn J. Jerry. The communication from A: Cor.n-ry: 1GI to Hill, D.tw.on V; Co; 74 to order. March 7 D B. WOOD &. Co.
sa'iJ l aJ o objection any Mayer presented a
he A"Hartriorne The above will be sold low the
Mcivav ; 2.4 to W & P C Kain; 29 very as present
himself for the dis- 1Lz171110z-R. A* Griffin. William C. Lawrence his seat
resigning as a
unit: to prepare do and 1 bale r.ides to'.I Diy A; Co; 1 bale cotton. owner intends leaving the! country.Person : ProclamationBY
cn sion, tL) postpone the subject for a day Troupnllf-John H. Bryan. member of this board, which was received and 13 sacks ijroundpeab and 1 box tobacco :o Vylie.c -! wishing! to have a summer retreat, THE GOVERNOR.

nvo-but it was no time to show a disposition IVarrior Mission Thomas Taylor.! read by the Clerk, and on motion of Mr. Green, >. McKenzie. where all the advantages; of health, sea bathing, B\? virtue cf the provisions of an act cf the

cr quake <>r waver ii; presenting ;! bold Leon Jzssiol-1'l'o[ be supplied.] seconded by Mr. Peck, wa accepted.Dr. Per rtvamer Mury A Moore-531 baKs Cotton, fishing a-.d hunting are enjoyed in the greatest General Assembly cf this State, entitled,
t tfl
Green ofiered the resolution 1 do hui'-s and 1 box tobic-C" A Hartsiiorne .
following to McKay State of
An Act to the Militia of the
this question. Xticnansvillc District-J. W. Yurb ro ugh, I perfection, will do well to apply soon to organize
3.1 baesott.n! and 20 sacks Lock-
on
ftonf which was adopted ; corn to "
: Wiix-
r.nrch 10 WOOD & CO 32 Waterst.BY Florida, approved Decembers, 1345,1,
P. E. ,
hoped the motion to postpone hart A Yo'ins 22 bales 8 boxes tcbtcco
C-diioun : : co'.ton,
Mr. Resolved, That the Clerk of this board i-s hereby ; I). MOSELY Governor of Florida'do hereby
would not prevail. The Senate \\is i\7chansil1e-Thnrnas W. Cooper. ordered lo
lull, unl' he would' prefer that they Columbia-G. C. Clark. n't a Councilmen for the City of Apalachic hidea to J Day A: Co.IVr virtue: ol a writ of f fieri facias, issued from FiTut next torah the Division
(now r-teamer Agne-9 bales cotton to D G }Janey .Monday m Jlpril
?
fii.iulJ) pm< eed to vote on the various; :-anti Fee Mission; -Francis A. Johnson. to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation ; 73 do arid 3 bo.\? tob teco to Lockhilt ArYoutic the Clerks OTceof: : he Circuit: Court for the I Icoujfy I Bnjr-ide, and lleitrentat Officers of the Militia

ameniliiients which had been pioposed or Marion Mission-Robt. Howren. of Mr. William C. Laurence, and that the inspectors ; 5 do To Wylis .5c McKenzie; 2 to B slid of Franklin, Western Circuit < f Fl< nda; \ of the State, a? follows: I

intended to( he proposed.Mr. Benton Mission-John C. Ley. for said election be Mes-rs. Harrv U. I \\ley.1 wherein Hollro-.k! Nehoa &. Co. are f-laintitls and For one Major General! of the First Division of

were Os"s said: he was not going to imke UiUslorcveh Mission-J. W- Mills. Taylor, Thorns Orinun and: Hezekiah R. Wood. Pertf anvr Albany-313 bales! cotton to Sims Geo. F. Ballzell tsdel't, I Iiae leitd upon, and the State of FLrida, composed of that part of
referred A Cheever 23 to Lockhart A: Young S3 to J will &e for sale, before the Court House door
The committee to whom were the following ; ; e\"p the State Weit of the Suwaariee River. For one
Mission John
awar-s.wedi. tmr would he use the wordniHjiiaie.M Orange -- Penny. Dav Ac Co 29!) toPer N Cr-J' in the of
ir.
city the Gth
bills,reprited favorably on them, and they ; Apdachic-jla, on Mor.cliy, Division of the
; General of the Second
.. He in favor of /viey West- S. P. Rithanlson.St. Flat Sho U fm Marianna ZO bales Major
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: was peace, were severally passed and allowed by the Cour.cil bcinje day tf A-rl; : net, within legal hour-, the fcl- State of Florida, composed cf that part of the
titrg's Dhl.r. Martin P. E. cot'on and 102acis) pround, ?as.IVr .
ilpiret-u"l, much as gentleman; dtscribed
war wit Tne
;a-j;; l | any viz : bo.i Xo 2. fm Llnvilie-2GS bales cotton to I'uviiig pi- ]petty) to : one undivided State East if the Suwanee River, and known as
,)m ei'tierMslrt' of the Chamber: I He must, Fl. lI'zr's-.A*. Graham.J Jo.'in Gannon's bill for drayage on street .$9 7.> J II A J; M Hull 192 toSimste Cheevcr SS to half of Lots r.urnbcT one aid twenty in East and Suth Florida.
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jii .'\ r. express his astonishment that! the! >icJsGni'Hle-John J. Taylor. Abraham Low, for hauling stone..4 To J Day A: Co. Blork P. I, a"d the improvements thereon, in For one Brizadier General for the first Brigade,

0Si..1| j.niriial (t the Union) hould have jiSS'tu-Jatne.X., M. Low. Peter Hobart, for drayjge on streets . 1U' O'J Per box Rudolph, fin Dntdle-2'32!! bal' s cotton i' the .,aid city of Anhchicch. Levied upon &s composed of the Militia west of the Apalachic -

ch.ir.H>feiired the news a* pacific and jive theo BrLflck-1Jlj1lorI Bedell F. Stewart. G. Windham, for work on street . 2 2-3 to Lockhart? Ar You.i li'3 to J Day A; Co. the proiert; of said defendant, and to be sold to For one Brigadier General of the second

,"Pus' !sft j 'erh! in support ol it. For himsnf i1)11flsci1L'e-rFI; [ ) he supplied.] John P. LuhaiK, for work on street. . .-J C'2 Hull.iVr hex Saurk-23 bu cs cotton to J H A: J M satisfy: said w rit. JOHN LUCAS, Brigade, composed the Militia east of theApdlachirrla

: I in the speech! to lead to ll'ircsliorouzk W. Cailtou.Inciu Daniel Poland, for labor for city..S Uo Sheriff Franklin County. and west of the Suwanee. For
lie s-aw: nothing Per cotton box No 1, from Cotton Bluff-3G2bs"s ( Anal-i.'Iiicola! March 7, H-H5. tfj-ts
Cyrus Spencer, fir work on Market..4tJ UU one Brigadier General cf the third Brigade, compostd -
si.ch. t conclusion, but just the contrary.Hf A. D. Russell.rlynn ; cotton to Ljc-\li.irt iC Youn
< Dr. Green presented the bill of Mr. Thomas for NI I I ot the Militia cf the bounties of Columbia -
the ( M ission J. Per cotton bux Xo 2, fm Cotton, Bluff 2 )56 to J ) c L'
F< oj!po-ed to ;postponement.At Carrnwny.S7. board of paupers in Ir pital to 25th February Day A c ('o; a9 to Luckhart A: Youns; 55 to howard r1-a HE sub.criber having suTcientIy! recovered Alachu: Levy, Marion, Benton and Hills-
me' s.iii2e tion iif Mr. l errien the Auqustirm-I). L. White. Jr. last, and on motion of Mr. Guyon, duly secnnd-d, A; Rutherford. _1_. from his indisposition, will resume hi School borough. For one Brigadier General of the

mjii.iaof 1 Mr. D.iUnn was withdrawn, fur The next Conference t to be held at ()uincy. the rule was waived, and said bill passed and allowed cii Muirday next, at the houe frrncr1y eccupkdby ioiirth Brigade, composed of the Militia of the

the purpose of ennlilins; Mr. Colquilt to Delegates appointed to the lust General Si'II.. EXPORTS. him as a School room. counties ol Nassau, Duval, St. Johns, Orange

submit aft amendment, which was real: Conference of the M. E. Church, South, On n niun, the Council! then adj'urn.d. LIVERPOOL-Per ship Ocean-1S24 bales Persons sr.ding their children are requested to St. Lucie, D--.de and Monroe.

be held Va. B. H. Luck --- --..- --- ---- ---- ct'tton. do iuif .. the cf the School For Colonel Liewrenint Colonel and
fr> inforcntion and proved to be very similar to at Petersburg. : ---- BOSTON-Per f-hip Lo'iia-1023 bales cotton. o :i diateiy upon opening one one ,

n: subst.iai-e to Mr. Crittenden's amen1itient. ey and Alexander Matrin. AWe M M E11CIA L NEW YORK-Per hrg;? Cayugd-3 are informed that a veiy handsome, Cp _._ t C II. of all concerned, that his will be entirely disconnected Fcr the first Regiment, crmposed of the Militia
Per bar!; Istbeila-9J1: btles cotton. with the !-W School. of EscauJna and Santa Rosa counties.
Mr. Critten'Itn said he was not prepared um was received for Missionary purposes IIEMARKS OX THE MARKET.
Per hn.; [.tnitttat-1S1! bales cotton, 5 do THOMAS N. GARDNER. For the second Regiment,composed of the Militia
to accept the amendment as a subsume for -over 6-lOy being collected. COTToN -The quantity offrnng for the last few hide, 3'J ack5 groiindpsas, 5-J boxes tobicco, 15 Apalacicola, March 7, ISiG-' lU-'it of Walton anti Washington counties.

hs: own, without further time to examine days hus heen: larger than for some time previous, hbls and 21) j'g mdzf.XEV For 'he third Regiment, coffiposidof} Militia
jiil l ronMil'-r it. He therefore moved that City Council I'roceeeliugs. and! although the transv.clions: have not been on a ()i-t.LES-Per steam cir Florida-110 \TOTICE-Know all persons interested that of Franklin ar.d Calhoun counties. .'
_L. six weeks from the d of this nniice I
it be prsnr'. The motion prevailed.lr. COUNCIL CHAMHLR, ) very extensive scale, still there has been considerable bales cotton.; ite For the fourth Regiment, composed of the Mi
will apnlv: to his honor the Judje of Probate for
> Calhoun hoped; that; it'tio Senator MONDAY EVE.VIN*;, .March 2!, -It5. ) inquiry, ard factors generally hd\c obtained : rite couaty rf Fraiiklin, for letters of admiriHtration litia cf Jackson county.

riiouU bs prepared to sj>eak on the subject Coupril net. 1'rtet. E. C. Roberts, M.iyur: ; very fall prices. Dmp'iEINTELLIGENCE3I iiToii"the estate of Stephen T. Skillman. deceusftd. For the filth Regiment, composed of the Militia
Senate should C.-uncihnen, Messrs. Gu\on, Green, Hancock, of Gadsden county.
the proceed 1C
la-morrow The decline of |ic., consequent upon the receipt SILAS DAVENPORT.
Ritiaidi, and Peck. For the sixth Regiment, composed of the Militia
:eon the amendmentJlr. *. The minutes of the threa last meetings were of the Cambri accounts, noticed in oarprice current I POUT: Or .U'\4ACIlCOLA..March 7.CLEARED. Apulachicrla, Fa., March, 110.. 10-Gw of Leon and Wakulla counties.Fcr .
AMen, anti .Mr. Criiteii<3cn were both
real and approved. review of Tuesday, has not been maintdindsinee the seventh Regiment, composed cf the
pppo e presented the report of the Chief piincipal t being at prices.In hIECK3 at New York, for sab county.
sight en by
lUnHve was finished. Eii itje. Feb 23-Brij; Cayuga, Currier, for New York, C For the of the
the ,
-itatm Eiries i to be in rood oMer, : our rein irk? upon the market this day week, ISAAC M. WRIGHT[ eighth Regiment composed
Mr. Ctiliiuun again advocated his suges- and rconumendin the erection of a tower for the by Docile A Pratt. Militia of Madison and Hamilton counties.
stated that the sales full oursidf Feb
we were tip to our Marc! 2 Ship Ocean Willard! for Liverpool 7. C-Im 3 Colurnb'js block.
lioa. purpose <)!t. wasliin: :. drviu and oiling the hnse, and For the ninth Regiment, composed of the Militia
quotations, that on a rigid clarification an by Master.
Mr. Allen moved to go into Executive winch -received and: r-'ad, ami! on motion o: would he March 3-Ship Louna, Tay, for Boston, Chas Bagitg: ;tndP.ope. of Columbia county.
eighth higher on most grades the
Sesiun. Mr. G'yoa; : referred to too Committee on the Fire nearer R 'ipr.<; A; Co. 4A/ : very heavy L u ,nlie, Man il For the tenth Regiment, competed of the Militia

Mr. M. nz'im moved to adjourn. Lo-t, Department.The mark. We to-day raise our quotations on SO.TJP Sehr M'rtiri Loni ;a, BylanJr. for Key \.Vrst. l Co. Bagging ; Joa coils Bale Rope, of Alarm i, Levy and Marion counties.
Coin, on Improvements and Contracts, to grades, it being impossible to buy a ttiict clasj at March C-Strain Schr. Florida, Chfij for New for :i'e bvM.ircl.7 For the eleventh Regiment, composed of the
in the
2io the Vice President. *
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ut1t3g whom \vas referred the conrIunicttiI) .f f ChailesII. our exlieme f'guies cf Lt wpjk. Oilihns.Kuk } J. DAY t Co. Militia cf Button and HilUborouzh counties.

rez ye. Austin reqasm: to be iilr>rned whether theriiy LIVERPOOL CLASMFH\\riON. lsi: !>ela! Kelly, for New Yolk, by Cha? Sa For the twelltn Regiment, composed of the
Mr. Allen renewed his motion, which would fill in ar.d grade Water st. one lai'i- Roijvrs A: CoM.ireh r. Militia of Duval and Nassau counties.
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1331. 1913.3i 7-Brij; Manhattan, Johnson, for New ) HHDS. Dry New Orleans ; 20 hhds. superior -
previel, nn 1 die Senate went into Kxecu- dred -o-jth-easterly lruii its terrninu-j, For the thirteenth Regiment, composed of the
present
Inf.'rior..5 a C\ a York, byNouroe, Stone Co.ARRIVED.. ) St. Croix, ia store, t'r sale by -
:' ti and I afterward-; adjourned. reported that it was inexpedient j.t 1reeit; to fill Ordriary... .... .... ....nl a 'Ji &? a 4 March 7 J. DAY & Co. Militia ti St. Johns, Orange and St. Lucie coun

; ( IL: jt1t'asExT.Tivl5.'It. : inlaid \ a (>$ 4 at] ties.For
R m'.av from the Committee; on <-t b! benefitted thereby ; which was received (.;(Middling. ... .. .<>i a <>J 41 u March 2-Steam Schf Florida, Cult, fin New Porit i-*: Beef. the fourteenth Regiment, composed of the

Nd ii An.iii.- reported a i bill for the comnief and niad, and on motion of Mr. Rinaidi, accepted Middling Fair..7 a 74 5 a ){ Orleans.B.uk I -1 BBLS. Ms and Prime Pork ; 30 bbs.Mesi Militia of Dade and Monroe counties.
Fair.-. .... .... .... ...7V 7jtj 5V 3j Rio Harding frn Kin Ja.
) "nmt of loitificaiions at New lied ford. and ordered on file. a a ton. Ljij and Prime Beef, tor sale hv And I do order that said Election be held at
<>od F.ir..S u b.JGROcnKir. March 4-Ship Geo Siiolefikl: Skoitield, from D4Y& the in several
J" the coui.ties which
Mi. ILititur of Va., reported a hill fur Tin? Mjvor presented a c&tnrr.unication from London. March 7 Co. precincts at
the .-For the past week there has been the general elections, on the first Monday of October
Hon.V. II. -
1)rckebrotigh, latins tlut he
hf! Mroc ><,.in of the city of Alexandria : Schr D< dg, Knap, fm New York..Match Salt.
hid bjen wjnesteil by Mr. Hache, Siipcrintend'tit little dom; in Groceries, and if has been very difficult last, were ordered to be held, and by the
lo t'ie Sat of Va. Head twice and re 1 erred o-Ship I Huron' Weeks, fm Havre 117 (\ -SACKS Liverpool Salf, afloat, car-
to tiieCxiMniuee of \Vholo. of the Coast Survey, to designate what in-ii- : to effect sales, at the q-ioted rates. Large arrivals March u%-Bark Cumberland, Power, fm Liver .- U J/ !,' Uriri>li oark: Cumberland' : for I.i:>iiectrr3 appointed to manage such elections];
the tuuon should the charts under cjfConrs pool. and if such: Inspector* for cause fail or refuse
receive an art from Xew-Orieans hive well stocked the sale bv [March 7] J. DAY & Co. any
1 ise ConiT.itiee: upon) a revisal of the and that as Florida was not likely to1erre market with Western Produce, and dealers are St{ >nm' r Asne?, "Ryn ar, fm ChatfahoocheeSteamrCh to act., then by such Inspectors as the voters present
files and orders, reported a rule requiring more than one sett, it seemed proper to tni'ion. C'adwudlader, fm Columbia. Czzvasscd llauis.CA at such precincts may select. And I do
1'1' >1 Spp.iUr to allow a Coffee i is held at S? a9c. for the Lest article of Jlio: Steamer Aii u-td, I fl.ill, fioin Columbus. WOOD & CO, shall be made J\v the Inspectors thereof forthwith
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''ii of expenditure at thf lime of dir en- cit ; and that I.e prcfured the Chambcr-cf Ci;mtncrce -
cr-.s.ieni. of a hill when the hill was for the of this city should be the recipients of said of the poorer qualities there is hut little in the mar Steamer. Apahcliicola. Sutton, from E'ifauU.! March 7 32 Water-st. after the elect-on, and directly to the Governor

|>ui- >eol' internal rh irts ; but not knowing whether the Chamber ket. Wetcm! Hour is now selling! at 5J a C per Si anicr Viola, Van Veqfhten, tin Colamb'ij.' pr ship Huron, from Havre, a and Commander-in-Chief of the Militia of this
improvement.Mr. Steamer Cuhimb'is. Girrard, from Cr.lumbus. RECEIVED
Hoyii called for the Previous t uestionupo'i of( Commerce was incorporated! he Lad sent bern Bbl ; Northern, < 5 a 7$. X. O. u.ir is in good Steamer Bo-ton, Morton! fm Columbus. of French Boots, made by the cel- State. And I di 'nrther order, that the Inspectors

"this to (arid considered the property i in) the city, to be demand and sells freely by the I>Lil. at 7 a Sc and Stenner; E'liily,. Roland! fm Columbus. br.sted Hurier. of the various i-recincts shall set up, twenty

Mr. rule. placed i-i the custody of the Chamber fr> its use, in Ilhds. at 6.J a 7. c. : ol.l croj is in no demand Steamer: Albitij% Grifllri, tin Aibauy. March 7 _MILLER fc Co. da>9 before the ele c: '., in three or more public
Tithais, moved to lay it upon the and the u tijle ami c.itled for the and and the quantity on hand very small. Molasses, An OrdisiauaceIn time of holding the election hereby ordered.
yeas zvs.- chart of New York Hay and Harbor had been al. LIST OF VESSELsT.\7POllTT
The tote 27 a 23c. Whiskey, 21 a 2oc. per sail. Pork has relation to Steamboats. Given under hand at the city of Tallahassee
w.is. yeas 93 to G.J.coufaion ready sent : which was received and read, and SHIPS my
Some : was apjarent) in the hailani.1 thereupon Mr. Uinaldi offered the following! resolutions materially declined during the pst week ; ]Mets i is. B Amar Carver, 4.15: ions, for New York, loading Section I. Be it erd.uned l by the 3 layer and this 2uth day cf February, 1S4G.

the fnen.Is of I luterual which were adopted:- now sold at $12 ; Prune, $11 per Bbl. The stock -\uursr. Stone A: Co. Council uf the city of Apalachicola, that from and W. D. MOSELEY,
Improvcmrnl
a erMuli of thi-j Resrlved, that the thanks of this board he given of Bacon is large: Sides, (fi a 7 ; Shoulder?, 5.V a Ocean Queen! McBri.le 802() tons, f5r Liverpool, alter the passage of this Ordinance, all Steam Governor of Florida, and CommanderinChiefof
vote. lot'lit-J D.sy) Jc Co. ;f boats i oinz do'\n the Bay of Apahchicub for the the Militia thereof Feb 23 9-te
.Mr. Winthrop, of :Mass, raised as a point to the Hon. \Vm. II Brocker.hrotij:?! for doi;na- G ; H.ims, 9c. Lard, 8 a 9c., per keg. Beeswax, Kestrel, Turiu r. blO tons, for Liverpool, with dispatch purpose of receiving goods wares, and merchandise
of' order tin this city as the depository of the Charts for small sales 23 2oc. W A A P C Kain.
[ that the rules could not he amen- at u c from vessels anchored there, shall be subject For Sale.
J-" without one day's notice. The Spea- Florida, now being published und.-r the direction There has been no change in Bashing and Rope; Edwin, Pieice, :3J9 tons, for Providence, loading to the sime laws and resnlalions as Lighters and 9 FIRKTXS best Dairy Butter.better known
of the U. S.
of the Treasury Department -T L Mitch-l. the wharf of said ;,_, Latham's Lnlttr" to
roveruled continue our former quotations. other craft that land goccU upon l as Apply
the objection. Resolved, further, that the charts take the we Geo Skolfleld, Skolrield, 414 tons, fm London, I Fh 21 NOURSE, STONE &. CoOn .
The previous question was then seconded course indicated by the Liter trom .Mr. Bruckenhrouzh Hides are in good demand at 7 a7e, : choice waiting I i -?ila.iter.t citv.Sec. lined that it shall be
Be it further ord ,
.v > vote of 32! to 72. and the yeas and nays and that they ba placed in the custody lots will bring 7t.| Huron. Weeks, 314 tons, fm Havre, waitingMa.ter. the 2.of the Harbor Master to collect all moneys Consignment.IE .

owere:! upon the m.iin question, which was the Chamber! of Commerce of this city, for its Peanuts are extremely dull, most of the lots offering due duty Irma such Steamboats, and to pay them T subscriber has just received from the 4! .

yarned hy a vote of 9S to 75. u-e, and the use nf the citizens generally. have been injured by the frost, and are near Due de Orleans.. Robertson, fm New Yefrk, waiting over in the same manner as he does all tncnays manufacturers and publishers a beautiful lot

Mr. Tiib tts.of Ky., asked if the morn- A communication was received from the City ly v.-orthles,3. A good article sells at 43 a DOj. VlastVr. due from Lighters to said city. cf Paper Haning3, Foolscap and Letter Paper

l&2 hour h.id not Attorney recommending a repeal of the Ordinance Hay $1 a 1.25 per cwt. Robert Watt, Johnson, ton, fm Liverpool, Passed bv. Council, March 2, IS SO. Diy Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer
The expired. entitled an Ordinance in relation to Taxes, &.C., waiting-Hili, Dawson Ar Co. Bo'k4, etc., which he offers very low.
bad: Spetkrr i J saiil) il had' nut as llie House passed 2lst May, IS 15, which was received and FREIGHTS. We have no change in rates forLiverpool. Providence, Vm'.on, 440) ton, for Fwll River, E. C. ROBERTS, Mayor. Feb 7 F. KOPMAN.
C te rk.
ordered this nniu question to be now read by the Clerk; whereupon, Mr. Ri.ialdi moved For New York, Fall River and Providence loading-Wm T Wood. WILLIAM-- VAI.I.EAIT, -

put.| it would i.be necessary to ::o on with the si'cond-'d hy Air. Peck, to take up an ordinance there have been engagements at 3-Sc. Eliza, Talh/it, 279 tons, for Boston, loading-D B An Ordinance, Sngrar.
Subjeet before Woo/1/ \c Co. in relation to Taxes, HHDS New Orleans, of superior quality,
he House. entitled! an ordinance in relation to taxes, We quote : To repeal "Jin Ordinance
91' Jane E William, Parker 3.03 tons for New York
,e JWsar nays were then called upon ic., pised 2Ist Mjy, 1513, submitted by him at QUOTATIONS : lLlIng-Ddge & ,Pratt. $,n;." passed 21s/ May, 154 ). J1orsaleby tehGS 9 NOURSE STONE & CO.

'h- 7;Pllol'of he Uesolution, and the vote a previousmeetin5 laid on the table. Adopted To Liverpool .... .... 1-2 9-lfid) per Ih. Cumberland, Power, 402 tons, fm Liverpool, Ba it ordained by the Mayor and Council of -
*JJ-yr 10G, 7l.sus : and the said ordinance having been read by New York..3-&. waiting-M aster. the city. of Apahchicola, that from and alter the BaiH and Rope.PI .

to myt then the Clerk, on motion of Mr. Green, seconded by Boston.. .... .. ..... ... ... .5-Sc. Rio, Harding, ton, for Philadelphia, loadingT pasae; of this Ordinance, the Ordinance passed (tt CES heavy Clifton Kentucky Bagging -
Hted. reconsider! this vote was Mr. Rinrddi, the same was duly passed by its title. Providence .... .. .... .....5tC. L Mitchell. on the 21-t May, 1SJ5, in relation to T.xe*, &c- ,_11 '3 ; 500 coils good Kentucky Rope.

pending which Mr. Tibhatis of Dr. Green offered an ordinance entitled An Philadelphia.... .... .... .. .5-8c. EHICS. is hereby repealed. Also, 150 boxes Tobacco various brands, for sale
Mtajvej hal the house O iOU Com.a" Ordinance in relation to Steamboats, which was Mary Willis, tons, Rogers, from Birbadocs Passed by Council March 2d, 1 54'5.E. by LOCKHART & YOUNG.

C rf the Whole. Every thing was a read by tqc Clerk and on motion -of Mr- Guyon EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA Master :. C. ROBERTS, Mayor. Feb 28. 9
Wakull.i Miliford 267 ton for New York loading
adth' of OMen during lllc d.y thins far' duly seconded, was passed bv its title. Commeaciug 1st September, 1345-aud same ,-Dodge,& Pratt. W. VALLEAIT. Clerk._._ -
time in 1544.
)ea* ioU *> were called upon the Dr Green from the special Committee to whom __ Tybee, McCormack, 329 tons, for New York, Notice.rTUIE For Sale
!D0tj00 t The TOte was close 85'. was referred the ordnance entitled An Ordnance = Pci Previ.TOT LIst with dispatch-Nourse, Stone A; Co. subscriber wishes to close his business inJL 9' BBLS MESS PORK : 20 | bbls No. I
toes s. very yeas in relation to slaves &c. reported a substitute WRITIEft F.XPOTTED. 3 days ously. A --- -- Apabchicoh, as he intends leaving the place, ,,'if Mackerel ; 20 \ bbls No 2 Mackerel!; 10

The Pre,1o05' Question was thCfl moved therefor entitlec the same, which was read by Liverpool .... .... .... ..1S24 11913'.13737 .1lt)7 :t' We are autl/orised to announce and requests all persons indebted to him to make \ bbls Fulton Market Beef, for sale by-

Pou the motion reconsider and there the Cleik, and MrGuyon moved seconded by I ..... .... .... ........ ..... Col. JAMES J. PITTMAX, as a candidate fcr immediate payment. He will continue to do DODGE & PRATT, ,
as to Mr. Hancock, to refer him back to the Committee ..... .... .... ... ... work during the time he has to remain to settle feb2s 0 40 Water strtet

Theyeasanj CCOflJ liv a vote Of 81 tO 79. and said motion was lost, whereupon on mo- ,1 rierte....... .... .... .. .. the office of Brigadier General, First Brigade, his business, at the lowest prices that can be afforded ._1 IBSON & CLAPP, 22 Water street have
tilt : nays were then called upon tion of Dr. Green seconded by Mr. P ck the said G enoa .... ....... .. Florida Militia; at the ensuing election in April cash and cash only. from, New
for \JT this day received scbr Heleni
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fltjo0 ..... .... per
decided lo Consider, and the House ordnance wa- duly passed by the title thereof.. Otherports. .. next. March 7. W. C. LAWRENCE.Apalachicola Orleans and offer for sale .

Mt. to reconsider. Ayes 80, noes 95. Mr. Rinaldi seconded \by Mr. Peck moved Jo Total 10 For. Ports. .1s2j.11913 eb lLlS4G:_S-tf_ 200 galls Linseed"Oil; 2CO lbs Putty;

I Iflto of Ohio gave notice that he take up the ordnance offered by him (and laid New York..1415.1O'YJ2 124U71.1349.6775'.17.7l o:7: We have been requested by the 100 Refined Sperm Oil; .

'otId entitled An ordnance ......... .... .. Consignment.O .
J"morrow bring in a Resolution to over) at a previous meeting, friends of WILLIAM H. HUGHS, to announce On 50 boxes Glass assorted sizes ; .
make "the Licences of Providence .. .. .... .3932..W32..6302 CASKS Rice, now landing from
amending an ordnance redialing A superior
j rule designed for bills for Internal drays Sac. which be found in 1S4S 6th sec Philadelphia .... ..........62Baltimore. him as a candidate for Colonel of the Third Regiment 2''_ brig Tybee, and for sale by 20 doz boxes Fancy Toilet Soap i *-

"torments alone, applicable to bills, may ordnance read ..... .. .... .1o93 Florida Militia. March T NOURSE. STONE & Co. 130 lbs Tremont Starch; ..
hethe And said was by Feb 21
tion. Adopted.
for ..179i ..2317Otberports 50 No. 1 White Lead; .
revenue, fortifications or New ....... .. .. .1&S. kegs -
approJloaJ the, Clerk, and withdrawn by Mr. Rinaldi, where .. .9fl: ;-- Paris Green 10 dd Chrome do
>HU of any sort. ... .... Molasses. ; BALES HAY for sale by 10 ; ;
offered ordinance
Lpr> McKay moved thai the House go in- upon an ordinance Mr. Guyon, entitled"An An ordinance regulating amending Total ....... .o3iTOTAL.tLn. 50 BBLS. N. 0. Molasses, for sale by Di:, MYERS & MITCHEL. 10 Chrome Yellow ; ., ., '
& febSS 9 ; .
100 aborted Paint Brush .C.
i Committee of the Whole which prevailed. the licensing of drays, &c.," which was read by .. .... ... .40768 .6.r2i) March 7 J. DAY & Co. Feb. 14, IS45: 35 Water street. ;
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4 t- All Ordinance, ART. 10. Be it further ordained, That all Ltgat Totftt. Ii !inItrator3' Totttu.( New--and- Fashionable-

To raise a Rtvenue for tlie ue of Vie CUy of goods, wares and merchandize sold within the __ Fall c
.jjpalaciicolatfor thtyear D. 1S1G, limits cf the city cf ApaLchicula, by any person WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
( whomsoever since the first of Western. Circuit of flic State ofFlorida. _Six months after date I will apply HE subscriber
anil for other purjwfev. -T persons day NOTICE T begs leave to call the
ARTICLE 1. Be it ordained by the Major and February last, and from aid after the passage"of Probate Court of Franklin County, of hw customers, and country

Council of the city of Apahchicola, that the following this ordinance, shall be liable t6vMich tax a* is, IN FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT. for a final discharge from the administratto'n and an extensive assoilojent of goods, whjj
be of the Henry D. Darden, )) Assutnpsit by attachment. office of executor of the estate of David Rich just received from New ,
taxes be levied upon all property and persons or maw imposed by ordinance City York,per so Mercb
within the limits of the city of Apalachicola Council. Plaintiff j Sum demanded, ardson, deceased. and which ho offers on the most reason ,

at tha.rates and in the manner hereinafter ART. 11. Re if further ordained, That when vs. }> $il,5S9 12. F:. B. WHITMARSH., Amons which may be found the foUowing
provided. ever the tax collector shall fifld that the assessors Daniel McDougald, I Bond filed in $2J,000. Fob 21, 1S40. ,S-6m EnglishandAmericanCalicoes.everyde ,j.,

SECTION 1. That upon all town lets lying cast have emitted any persons or property liable to Defendant. ] -Six months after date the-under* FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil Cashmeres, Printed Rep'd Cashme

'of Commerce sfreet, there shall be assessed and taxation shall be his duty, and he is hereby T lIE defendant and all others interested will NOTICE wjll apply to the Judge'of Probate and nervous Headache, Constipation, Muslin de Lames, an extensive and beaj ,

: collected the sum of three dollars upon each and required-/ report the same to the City Council, take notice tint this suit was commenced for the county of Jackson, for a final settlement Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu sortment,
every lot.That and enter the same on the assessment roll of the by attachment issued loth March, 1815, from of the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said lency, &c. For sale wholesale aid! retail, by Tarlton Muslins, white and colored

upon all lots lyinsr between Conmerce city, and to collect the regular tax on all such Franklin Superior Court in the Apalachicola county, and a discharge from the office of Executrix Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist. Wrought Drapery Muslins, '

and Broad streets there shall be assessed and collected persons cr properly. District of the* Territory of Florida, returnable "of the last will and testament of said de Tarratit's Compound Extract of Ombre Zephyr Shawls,

the sum of two dollars and fifty cents upon ART. 12. Be it further ordained, That all to May Term, 1S45; of said Court-that the said ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN, Cnbebs aml Copayia. Damask and Essfngle Silk Shawls,
transient merchants and traders writ bath by operation of law,.been transfered to Embossed Morine and Muslin
each and every lot. or temporary December 21)), 1813. Executrix. Stands unrivalled for its de Lame ShwrZ
That upon all lots lying between Broad and Locust who have not rented a store or place fcr business Franklin Circuit Court in the Western Circuit of refllcacy; it performs;! Tyrolesse and Cockenll Caps and Hood, ,'

street?, there shall be assessed and collected for the full business season, shall be required to the State of Florida, that declaration hath been NOTICE The undersigned having.recently 47_ iZ\ in a few days-no confinement a cure Fancy Mit ts,Gloves,CuI1 .Head.dr ,,

the sum of one dollar and fifty cents upon each make monthly returns, under oath, of all sales filed in said cause by leave of the Court at the as administrator on the estateof i1r \ \ or restriction in diet Victoria and Grass skirts,
and every lot. or commissions ; and the tax collector shall call present Fall Term, IS 15, and that the defendant Henry .Iosny, late of Jackson county deceased, t is It Ericsson and Ombre Trimmings,

That upon all lot lying west of Locu street, on all such and collect from them a tax of twenty- is hereby notified that be is required to appear requests all persons who are indebted to said estate 1 found necessary.invaluable ein will be Silk and Fancy Velvet Sash Ribbons
there shall be assessed and collected the sum of five cents on every hundred dollars r.f sales of and plead to the declaration filed in said case according to come forward and make immediate payment with the, > <; prepared Hosery of all descriptions, *

one dollar upon each and every lot: provided, merchandise, and three dollars on every hundred to law. W. G. M. DAVIS, ; and those to whom said estate is indebted L.f3; possible care, greatest well Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs,

hat all such assessment 1)3 acccrding to the plan dollars cf ronimissions, brokerage, &.c. THOMAS II. 1IAGNER, (II o present their claims within the time prescribed tested principles upon furded Carpeting and Negro Cloth,
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; of said city. ART. 13. Be it further ordained, That all ordinances Attorneys of Plaintiff. by law. ETillNGTON J. MERRITT, that : Flannels Apron Checks,
Dated Dec. 19 IP 13. ni-Hrn M.iriann-.i, Nov. 4, 1815. [Cm] Adm'r. upon important law, Bleached and Brown
k That upon all other lands within the limit's of or parts cf ordinances, conflicting with 'kN,4:7/. fir>t established by the celebrated Sheetings and COirUDJ'Cassimcrc

the city other than town lets, there shall be assessed the provisions of this ordinance be, and the same Ins Circiti Court for Jaeltson Co, 1'TorlC'l'I1e: undersigned having recently : Dr. Fordyre, viz: Over, Dress, and Frock Coats,

and collected the sum of five cents on each are hereby repealed. Frances Beatty, ) J_\ qualified as administrator! on the estate of 'that a combination of sim and Sattinet Pants,

and every acre. Passed"by Council, Feb. 19, IS 16. vs. \ BILL FOR DIVORCE. Carey W. Josey, late cf Jackson county deceased, ilar remedies would produce a more certain, Silk, Satin and Fancy Vests,

Sue.: 2. That upon all wharf properly there E. C. ROBERTS, Mayor. JnmesBealty. 3 requests all persons who are indebted to said estate speedy, and considerable effect, than any equivalent Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Shirts,

shall be assessed and collected the sum cf forty WILLIAM VALI.EAU, Clerk. defendant will take notice that I have to come forwaid and make immediate payment dose of any single one.' In many cases the Negro Pants, Jackets, &c. &c.

cents upon each and every hundred dollars of the Feb. 2S. ISIS.Ttic _ THE in (the office of the Clerk of said Court, ; and those to whom said estate is indebted disease entirely prevented by its timely application. Calf, Seal and Water-proof Boots,
Calf
full value thereof.SEC. interrogatories to be proposed lo John!) Durham to present their claims witr-in the time prescribed For sale by Kip and Russett Brogans
3. That upon all-improvements on town Disiimil Prc&s, law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT Nov .I. .1. C. Ladies fine colored and black Kid
John P. Mayo, Darling Stewart and John Stew by ALLEN, Druzcist, &c. SHncen
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lots, there shall be assessed and collected the A art, and that on the second Saturday in F"hruary Marianna, Nov. .1, 1515. [Cm] Adm'r. Walking Shoe,
: Letters Record of Art Mirror of Pass tl
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sura of twenty cents on each and every hundred ; ; next, I shall proceed to take the depositions of Cabinet Work Shop. colored and black Gaiter Boot* i
dollars value thereof.Sec. ing Events.. To be ;published every S.itunhy, of said witnesses, at the Court House in (the town NOTICE' [ .-Siv months after date, I will ap ; ; THE subscriber is now in readiness Vai jet)' r.f Misses and Childrens' Shoes and Bo.!.
4. That upon each and every white male twodolhrsa year, in advance. ( (2EORtI I1.MORIUZ ofMarianna. A. II. HUSH, PlfPs Att'y- the Probate Court of Fr.inklin county to manufacture new, or repair old, Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats,

inhabitant over the age ot twenty-one. rs, who Editor and Proprltlor. Mananna, Dec. :HO, '815.AT ; for a final: discharge from the administration of 4 Furniture, with promptness despatch Huntin-; Hats and Cloth Caps,
shall have resided within the corporate limits of A number of the most Eminent literary persons the estate Joseph C. Burden. and solicits the patronage of his old (pay Fine Cutlery, Toys, &c. &c.

this city for thirty days preceding the publication of this country, have proposed to the tii.dorsigned CHAMBERS, Due. 5, IS 15. ELLWOOD BURDSALL. ing) customers, and hopes by strict legion to Together with a general! variety of other Goodi

of this Ordinance, there shall ba at>*j&cd and collected to publish, under t)2! above title, a refined amid Ft'au1ii* Circuit Court, Florida. Apalachicola, Nov. f, 1SJ5. orders to 'crain. some new one*. too numerous to mention. He respectfully

the sum of one doll jr. valuable Newspaper, upon a plan combining the Full Term. PETER HOBART.! vifes you to call and examine for yourselves, M

That upon each and every free person of color, highest resources of National Talent with the best IN CHANCERY. State Tax Collector's Sale. G.5Shop! in third story of Brick Buildinir. corner he i= satisfied that he can offer such inducement.a

there shall be assessed and colluded the sum of ekrncnts of extensive popularity, and at so trifling John Gorrie, O.i bill to forerbse Chestnut and Wafer sfs. Nov S. as \\ill ensure, him a share of patronage
dollars. an annual cot a* will place it within the convenient PUBLIC NOTICE is. hereby given that six FRANCIS KOPM'AN. .
twenty-five vs. mortgage on certain t
earh and slave reach of f nil classes of society. The control and after'date i I: will expose to sole at TSio; Clark. Nov 5. Old stand Baltzell's *
That upon every between the j P. Moseley, I property, to wit : Lots Buildings
and public outcry, opposite the Court Hou- door BOOT AND ShOEMAKER
of this publication will form the ,
ages often and sixty years, there shall be assessed management hi ; wife Ann MoseLiy No. 9 and 2 in Block
j in the City of Apalachicola, of Franklin i CONTINUES to this busi-
exclusive county
and undivided attention of the Editor carry on
and collected the of two dollais Ann No. in the New
be cf
turn to paid : formerly one, City Dry Goods
whose the following Lots, lying and being in said in Apalachicola, two doers below
facilities and City,
long experience, ample .eJflCS5
prac-
HE
the of sud slaves.Sec. : SUBSCRIBER
by owner or agent fJillespie.IT J Apalachicola.LewH having just received
as the property of the following for the City Hotel Centre T and
used on street.ing
care, will be excited lo select, unite and persons -
5. Thut the of to the satisfaction of the Court opened his
upon gross amount: all appearing splendid stock of NEW
harmonize the various skill which is to 'I 1 axes due said State for the ISIS, as Jj.IVI ) superior workmen) Ie is DRY
year :
willing confident
per
.sales of inerchdcdiso that above named defendants GOOD: at his
goods, wares, and lumber, I the Lewis i P.Moseley ?, store adjoining the Drug Estab.
plan of City. that all who
sold at private sule from the lit day of February, .seek! development und; .T his direction. The and his wife Arm Mnseley, frmerIy Ann may patronize him will find lishmcnt of J. C. Allen, respectfully invites

1513, to the 1st day of February, IblG, there shall Scope, Des-isn and Character of this Paper will Gillespie, reside beyond the limits of said State, .__Lots.iji: :. \ r' be assessed and collected the sum of ten cents on differ from thoe of any journals heretofore cslablishd Inr residents of th<> United State, to wit, the '2 10) Campbell, $ :-jo or Shoes, made to order, Among this new stock, are the following articles
of
each and every hundred dollars of siid sale-:. while it will comprehend all that they State cf Alabama. JL is therefore ordtrcd, That 0 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 GUT the latent fjshion and most approved style. viz:- '
contain of importance to (the community. The the said defendants Is IKIH R. McKenzie, All mending, &c., done with neatness and promaptitudi. Calicoes beautiful
That upon the grois amount of alt commissions be required' to appear and answer patterns and latest fashions
or fees of every Auctioneer, Comtniosioa Merchant contents will be lilted to enpge the attention: of the said Bill of Complaint, on or before the 7 and 12 Wm. Mathers assigns 2. 93 and on terms that cannot fail f to be TP- Mou-dine deLaines and Fancy Ginghams

Factor, or Broker, there shall be assessed the man of busine.-*?, and be a source of elegant sixth day of April next, or in default thereof, that 4 2SJ Dr. Me.uham, 40 cognized trade and as the in closeness keeping of with the the competition in Amiens, a rare and splendid article for Ladies';
i instruction and entertainment to the Domestic times.
and collected the sura of one dollar upon each the same be taken as confessed against them. I II. N. Morris, SO Dresses;
and every hundred dollars. Fireside and Family Circle. And it 'is: furthtr onltrci], That a copy of t thn 4 IIoo David Seldon, o.-i _janlT' 3-t(; Silk and Worsted Shawls;

That upon the amount of all Bill* of Exchange hew The follows leading characteristics of this paper will order be published! in the Commercial Advertiser, 6 and C Jacob harvey, 1 (G'j Committed Ladies' and Gentlemens' fine Worsted and

purchased, taken, or remitted for account of any : j newsn; *er published in the city of Apjhchicola 2j lChittnden's Estate, 39 .ft! TO the Jail of Franklin Cr.unty, Apala Cotton Hose;
banking institution out of the hc.its of this State, 1. Early and Copious: Intelligence of all inter for four months successive/! JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff, 7,4 hiccb, Florida, on the 27th January, A fine assortment of Domestics of various

or for account of any individual residing out of the esting both occurrence home in Literature, Society a.id Art, (Copy-Te.-te.) and ex-Offioio State Tux Collector. IS {1(3< a rur.a\vaywho calls his mrae SAM, widths and colors;

limits of this State, there shall be asset-sed and at and abroad. WILLIAM VALLEAU. Apalachicola, Jan. 21 1, IS 10.( 'l-Cm ---and says he belongs to Au-utus Linear, Jaconet, Swiss and Figured Muslins;
2. A
collected the sum of twenty-live cents upon each and Foreign Correspondence of fried popularity December 13, IS 13. rrtMm Clerk. about to close their Gad- ha County, Florida' Slid boy is 2"cr 3'') Cotton Lace; Inserting ot numerous patterns; 1
merit has been
acknowledged present business
and thousand dollars so purchased. engaged, BEING old darlt color Ladies" fine Caps of all kinds 1
buiit.
every and will be commenced offer for sale their years 5 feet, G or 7 inches ;
with the first number. FruifciEi Superior Court. now large Child
That upon each and every Insurance Company liigh. The is !en's ditto, ditto
;
3.) Productions in fiction and William and wt-ll selected stock of Clothing, Boots Shoe owner requested to come forward,
romance historical Wright, *,
) Red Yellow
and upon every Agent of an Insurance Company, comply with the law, and take him and White Flannels;
there shall be assessed and collect forty dcilafs. narrative; Sketches of the taste and manners vs. > Attachment for sj-5009. lints Caps, &.C., at greatly reduced prices for JOHN LUCAS, Sherit away.[ F. C. Gentlemen's and Boys fine Hats and Caps;
of the time; Essays, after the manner of the Tattler Daniel McDougald. cash only.
3 Gents.
That upon the gross amount of all receipts} for Apalachicola, Feb. 1 J, IS-IG. 7-tf Lamb's-wool Under-shirts and Drawers;
\vhartage, there shall be assessed and collected and Spectator, on subjects connected with rpllE Defendant and other persons interested COATS : Silk and Straw Bonnets;

the sum of ten cents on each and every hundred social interest; biographical notices and anecdotes JL are hereby notified of (he institution of the Beaver aid Pikt Cloth Coals; T wey Dollars IScr/arcl. Umbrellas and Parasol;

dollars. literary and professional ; bon-mol?; epigrams above suit, and are required to plead arpordinuly.GEO. 111'!:, blue, and inv. green frocjc and dress do. FOR the apprehension of the boy: HENRY, Beautiful Ribbons; Cord and Tassels;

That upon the gross amount of receipts for all and elegant (trifles of every kind; the lurnors S. HAWKINS, Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do. absented himself from this city, on Saturday Alapacas, &c. &c. &,c.
cotton compressed, there shall ba sessed and of the day, and the comments that float upon J. C. SMITH, Tweed cassirnerc sack and frock do. last, without leave. He is about no years Together with a general and well selected

collected the sum of forty cents on each and every the conversation of the hour:-materials of this Att'ys for Plaintiff.Apnlarhicola Kentucky Jeans frock and diess do. old, six feet high, bullet-headed, and bald on top assortment of

hundred dollars. kind will form the ordinary staple of the work. Match 10, IS 13. -lii-Im PANTS : of his head, with an ancient cut ever the left eye, Ladies' fine Boots and Shoe*;

SEC. G. That upon all Lawyers, Physicians, 4. The department of Criticism will exhibit a George S. Havvki ns, Blue and bl'l: cloth Pants; which, w|| i an impediment in his speech, gives Gentlemen's ditto, ditto;
and Dentists, there shall bo assessed and collected 1 discriminating and popular survey of the Literary A. (,. Setnincs "j( Atfadimet) Franklin Super bl'lc doe kin ca'. Pants; him, when he attempts to speak, a curious ex- Boys* ditto, ditto;
the sum of one dollar, upon each and every hundred t productions of the day. There will !b a thorough Circuit Court, Damas Plain stripe and fig'd do. do; pre dollars of their annual professional income. I and careful chronicle of every thing of value accnmplishc.d John T. Smith. I lbJ.( Sal tinett and Tweed do. do; ... above reward will be given for his apprehension Frock and Box Coat;

SEC. 7. That upon all Pilots there shall be assessed j in Painting and Sculpture, and a candid rplIE defend int is hereby notified: of the insti- Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy, do; and delivery in this place, and all rpa-i( nabe! ex Fine Sattinctt and Cashmere Pantaloons;

and collected fifty cents upon each and j and patriotic estimate of the National production JL iution rf the abOVe! suit by attachment ; returnable VESTS : pen es paid. JOHN JENKINS. Coarse Gotten and Worsted ditto;

every hundred dollars of their annual income. in comparison with otIKr countries. to the Spring Tfnn, I 15 1 10, of said Court, Plain black satin Vests; Apalachicola, Jan 17, 1SW.Tarra.it's 3 tfSficrv Fire S.iMn and Worsted Vest
SEC..S. That u;>on each horse or mule, except Such exposition the character and special excellencies at which time he is required to appear arid pl -ad. Fig'd do. do. do; And for the Juveniles a splendid assortment of
those used in licensed drays, there shall be of what Is exhibited! in Music will be A. G. SEMMES, Aty for plfft.J.in. Plaid, stripe, arid nVd cashmere Vests; sccut ScltxcrAperient. Pictorial Bcoks and Toys of all descriptions.
collected of the [ j constantly given, as may lead to the more intelligent Togrther with various other articles
assessed and owner thereof the i itum 2, IS If). 1-tf -ALSO- too numerous -
of two dollars. !i enjoyment of that most imaginative and delicate White linen and mu lin shirts; HEALTH REXE\VED! and nn inviy.nfed lo mention: all of which the subscriber cfien
J branch of the Fine Arts ndition, cf biv! f.rodnfpdby at low for CASH
each and prices
That upon : every pleasure carriage, ; Mlta iakecii Figured dc. do. do. only.
there shall be assassed and crliccted the sum of! ; 0. No original papers will appear but those of Cotton Scctl forT :Merino shirts a-.d drawers; the iie of TARllANT1 I El-'FERV -:'..SCENT: N. SEYMOUR.
i obvious and decided merit: and the selections a!e. SELTZER APERIKX i'. Analarbirnla Qrf. .
three dollars. Silk ami cotton shirts and drawer g.% IS I.) 6rn
J I (which will commonly h<> from the foreign journals HAVE a few hundred bushels of Yellow ; This prejnrati.in is allo'vrd b
and ntiiversdy to
That upon each every dog there >!nll ba Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats,
assessed and collected the sum of oae dollar. i. the least known t'" this! country) will be tnada _I Nankeen! C.-lton Seed*! for sale :it tVl) d'Il.rs) : and Scarfs the most popular remedy of the present diy, f.r Dry Goods.
J with the utmot altet.tion! ar.d c.ire. pr Irishd. Thij Seed is the growth of seed ; the prevct'tion and cure of Indigestion Biliou Hpl IE subscribers otler for sale a large and sea-
it i ,
Be further ordained
ARTICLE 2. that Silk, Merino, LimVs, Wool and Cotton Hose
j The predominant rf the Editrr i ii imj)05tcd last from the Hand cf Mulla in J ; I i soluble stock of Dry Goods la
every horse or mule brought into the city for sakshall d--dgn to add year Si!lie ar.d( Cotton Umbrellas Trunks, Hats; and and Liver Complaints Nervous Weakness, Head- consisting
be subject to a tax of thiee dollars, to bo, a very large assortment of I'ootsanaSJupf aHic, I Hf.irti.urn, habitual Costivf-ne-s &c. part of
assessed and collected as provided for in section and decidedly National in tona and fca- j on a plaritaiion win-re no other Cotton gnw. ) &c. MILLERS Traveler* and residents in warm climates will Ne ro Kerseys and Linsevs,
fcth of this ordinance. lures, and, at the sarna time, to avoid all connection The I Scetl i'J therefore got.uine. S.itn ic-s of fho find( it a desirable article ; it prever.ts any: occurnulntion I White and Rd Flannels,

ART. 3. Be it further ordained, that all perSons ] ( with mere party :politic-;. THE NATION- Cotton can be seen at the ()tJice of fes-r. Mcuavfc rT"< T .is.. of bile, is poitable, and t'umthr.d <-fpr.'parafion Plain and Fancy Jeans,

residing beyond the boundaries of the city ofApalachicofa i AL PRESS will, in brief, combine I the striking lljrfsliurr.e at Apal.ichicola, ar.d! which aro ofa TYPE FOiNrUY\NlTPRINTERS'; : FCRNISHiNG i.s ;jnus'isly: convenient. Children Double twilled Tweeds,

who conic into tl.c city to carry on j arid novel attraction ot the New-paptr, with the s'lperi: rjnality. \VAREtiOUSC.T have freqtiint cccasijn fvir irealle and cooling t Super fancy Ca amere ,
their regulat business, shall be liable to the sauu more abiding! inftiie-ts of the hichr-r class of pc- The Seed can be forwarded by steimlnat to r llE suIxcribciN! have opened a new TVPF. purs.-.tivcs; 'hey will[ take this apener.t in preference Super English and French Cloths

tax as is imposed by this Ordinance"oa the Inisis.ines i radicals. It will be printed in the folio form, on Apalachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate J. FOUKDIIV in time City of New York, where to any" other. :SId wholes h- and retail by Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12rs.DutTil .

and properly of persons residing therein. lar. e and superior paper, on a new and clear 'anding. they are rejdy to supply orders to any extent, for Nov .1. J. C. ALLEN, 1)immai4 i &c. Blankets, >, 0 and 10 qrs.

ART. 4. Be it further ordained, that it shall type, obtained evpressly for' the purpose ; and REUBEX C. SHORTER Sr. any kind of job or fancy Type Ink, Paper, Cases, Denim, Kremlins and Cottonades,

be the duty of the City Assessors to make diligent will b.?, in its whole arrangements and detail, a Eufaula, Ala., Janunry27, IS 10. f-Sw Galleys, BraR"e:! Steel Column uo. Compos asil200coiU LaI Brown Shirting and Sheeting,

inquiry as to all property liable to taxation; to favorable specimen of t he best typographical C3cocs Chef for ing Sticks, Chad's and every article necessary P1ECE licavy :entrckv Cot toit Osnaburgs,
put the necessary questions and make the requiredexplanations j of the country. In addition to these, and as one subscriber !) Csi. for u Printing Odice. I-00 Kentucky Rope, landing and Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
bein
and take all proper measures lor the I of its most valuable peculiarities, it will be, in THE stock Wintur desirous of disposing; ot TheT\pe, which are cast ir new moulds fiom for sale by "J. DAY fc Co" Linen and Cotton Checte,
reference to the diversity of talent that will be Goods, which is large Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
of matrixes with
purpose of obtaining full and accurate: returns, and beautiful an entirely new set deep counters Nov :2'J 5-2 Wafer st.
and to make the assessment on a scale that will employed upon it, the cheapest! paper in the as an additional inducement to las are warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
instorners thut of
: selling them off
at r.ol ar.d Enhih, French and American Prints
United States.Term.1'wndojIars ,
.
bear equally on all, as near as may be. will be sold at I prices fo suit the times. Bi Iotrk: aaJ
'liariffand
evidence
a? an of gr.ititud>? for (lie Extra and twilled
plain ,
ART. 5. lie it. further crddined, that the assessors a yearor three copies for favors heretofore received from his I Printing; Presses furnished, and also Steam ( >', Journals, Day Books, &c. super Ginghams
friends and LE Cashmere d'Ecosse
I five dollArs Super ,
in advance.
the invambly Enninssot the ino t approved patterns.Cttnmpt'ition 30 and Letter
shall, so soon as returns are completed ho public, ho reams Foolscap Paper;
gives them
now an opportunity of Extra Muslin de Lame
It will be sent by mail to all of the United Hollers super ,
parts cat for Printers.
make out an alphabetical list of all the Cotton Memorandum Bonks ;
persons getting bargains, such n'eet
as they can seldom English! Scotch and American do.
making such returns, or liable to pay taxes I States, and to the British Provinces, done up} with in this Merchants A .Macliinist constantly! in attendance to repair Ship and River Kills Lading; ,
country. from the interior
I in strong wrappers, with the utmost punctuality Pre-ves and do light work. Super Italian black and figured Silks,
in the city, with the amount of their respective would do wdl call Boooks! for Letter Press.Juit .
to and examine the Black
Silk Cravats and Hkfs
assessments under the proper heads and shall i and despatch. stock which is now ofiered above.FRANCIS Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three received and for sale by fancy ,
forthwith report the same in Council to be approved Postmasters are requested to act as Agents, receive as times a? much type as their bill amount to, may piI7: .'{ B S HAWLEY. Super English and Pongee Silk Ilkfs,
or corrected, as the Council shall direct. subscriptions and make remittance--. N. B. would IIOPMAN. give the above SIN months' in ortion in their papers English and American Cotton Hkfs,
ART. C. Be it further ordained, that when The first number will be issued on Saturday, their indebtedness again request those knowing and send their papers containing it to the PAINTS AND OILS-50 keirs Xo 1 White Madras and Verona heed Hkfs,
to mil witlioiit
the said tax list hall have been approved by the fourteenth of February next. the of and txttlc up subscribers.COCKROFT. ; 3U() iills Winter Lamp Oil ; SOO gills Ladies Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hcse,

Council, it shall Be placed in the hands cf the tax That a prolrjblc estimate may be formed of the Feb necessity 7 notifying them further. & OVEREND, G3 Ann >t. Linsed Oil : "vj !>xs assorted Glass ; oOO lbs Pntty Super Marseilles and Worsted Vesting,

collector, who shall proceed to collect the same number of copies that will be required, subscribers : ------ p. K. New York, Ati0, IS \\Z. 31-fim ; lin) ) sort.xl Paint Brn-ihes; Black Lead, Cotton and Flax Thread,

under the following provisions, viz:-The tax would oblige the Editors by sending in their Medicines, &c. S'panisli Brown: Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins

collector shall attend at bone convenient place in names at as eaily a period an possible. LA IIG Il anti fresh Mitiply cf Dru's, Medicines To I'rintei's.TVI'E received and for sale bv Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Newspaper and periodical and News A FOIJXDUY AX1) PrtlXTERS' FUR- Dec G B. Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &.C.
Agents &c. consisling'in S. HAWLEY.
said city, for the space of fifteen days, from nine part of the follow- NlrilllXG WAREHOUSE. is
o'clock, A. M., until four o'clock, P. M., each men supplied on liberal terms. BCRSJKSSSIRINGER jug article35O doz Cator Oil, qts, pis, and h fpt ''pIIE subscribers have opened a new Type Which have been selected with great care *
New
ic Co. 22:2: Broadway, Wholesale 35a ;Tisg anti Rope. York and Boston,from Importers and AgM
thy, (having previously given ten days notice,) to .Aents. ; 5 bxslIouck's Panacea ; iii b' Olive Oil ; J. Foundry in the city of New York, where of Manufacturers at the lowest market rates,*
GOOD
article ,
of Power
Loom
receive of taxes and if; at the .lJ kOgs Epsoirt S'ult' ; 10 EbIS COI1PCrCS 10 lb A Kentucky
payment ; expiration ; they are ready to supply orders to extent, for i
Subscriptions order, remittances and all any Bagging and sood Rope for sale bvjan.11 are now offered at wholesale or :etail on faver3
,
,
(; 21) ll
of said fifteen days, any tax shall remain unpaid, nrn Opnmm; Sulphate ()iiiimine ; ) (107. any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Pnner,Caj, .
communication terms WM. G. PORTER & Co.Nov.
by
: to be addressed 5 NOURSE
to STONE & CO.
(postpaid) London Mustard Herbs ,
f
he shall proceed to collect the amount originally ; t all kinds; 20 lbs Galleys, Crass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE, street.
'GEORGE 29.18-15. Water
P. 41
assessed, from all delinquents, with the addition Corner MORRIS, 22 Broadway, Nutmegs; lo bxs Starch ; 2-J bxs Lemon Syrnn ; Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, ne- 1'aiists, Oils, antl Glass.
ot Ann-st New-York.
of 2 cent thereto for the first month, 0 10 kegs Pearlasii ; 2 gro s Seidl' f/ and Soda
percent for
per CC7- With those Editors who ccssiry a Printing Office. Also second hand dMUSON( fe CLAPP, ISoncrts, Allen & Co.TJAVE .
the above
for the second month, 12 per cent for the copy Powders ; 20 HH English Calomel ; 20 do/ Spts mate-rials ani re
hand and wholesale
for sale
: AND on
) RETAIL DEALERS ,
Prospectus the Editor will be WIIpLT-ALK IN
and 24 cent for the fourth month most happy to exchange Turpentine, and a general assortrru-nt of all
third month articles
per The which in imitation
: and, at all times, as always heretofore Type arc cut of the Paints, Ous, Varnishes, Turpentine, Window low for Cash- V {
; in he
if said amount should so long remain unpaid, a isaf to reciprocates the liberalities and courtesies of Planters I Drug line, for Country Merchants, Kniflifh letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an Ghss &c., 12') tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assorted Nails, Ij

hereinafter provided.ART. the press. and Physicians. For sale by entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counters, Will keep constantly on hand a good assortment Si() kegs Spikes i Wrought and Cut, '

7. Be it further ordained, that the tax: Ollice of Publication, No. 22'i Broadway, (corner ])ec 0 ]B.} s. HAWLEY. are warranted fo be unsuipa ed by any, and will of Mixsn PAINTS ot All colors, for Steam Sheet and Boiler Iron,

collector i is hereby vested with the same power of Ann-st.) New York, where subscriptions B aiiI and Rope.rCS be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished Boats, Shipping and Plantation use ; together with Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
and authority to make distress and sale of property are received. 1 fl1 Kentucky Bagging, by us is hand cast." The types from any foundry a variety articles in the painting line, too numerous Sugar and Coldren Kettles, **

of delinquents who may not hive paid the tax 1'j'j 100' coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians can be matched at this establishment. to mention. Cook and Parlor Stoves, Sad (Irons,

es due said city, as is now vested in collectors : oots aiad Shoes. 4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Engines llou>=e, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting, and Blacksmith's Tools,Hardware,
taxes for the territory by the 16th section of an 1)oYS' and Men's Russet of the most approved Andirons,
Brogans, WM. G. PORTER & Co. patterns' Glazing, done with neatness and despatch, at Britannia and Jappand Ware, Brass
act of the Legislative Council of the Territory of _I_) Men's sw'd and peg'd Kip Brogans, Nov 29 dl Water street. Composition Rollers cast for Printers. moderate prices, for cash Fire Dog. Shovels and Tongs,

Florida, entitled An Act to raise a Revenue fort Gents fine Calf Brogans COCKROFT & OVEREND, 2-2 Water street, Apalachicola.Jan. Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boxes

the Territory Florida," approved the 22d Nov.1S2S IT.1C WnVs peg'd and scw'd Shoes, Children's do. do. B URLAPS.-inoo yards, suitable for corn or Dec. 13, 184" ly 6S Ann-st., New-York. 10, iSIS. Marlin Spun Yarn, Manila and Hemp Cordage.

; and the owner of property which may Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, ground peas, for sale low by Anchors, Pitch, Oakum,Tar, CoaTTarRosin.
sold agreeably to said act shall be entitled to redeem Super Ladies Gaiter Boots, Dec G J. DAY & Co. Oil Cloths and Carpets. Perfumery.COLOGNE Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,

the same in the same manner is provided Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots, Lime. 18 1 PCS Oil Cloth, 1,2 and 3 yards wide, Lavender, Florida Waters, Extracts Paints and Brushes, Rigging and Pump Leather, ]

for in the provisions of said act of the Legislative A large and extensive assortment,just received, ') CASKS to arrive per schr Christiana 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting, \J Violeta, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal, Malts, Pumps and Buckets,

Council. and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co. _Ie.J daily expected, for sale by 3 Cotton &c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Roses &c. Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.

ART. 8. Be it: further ordained, that the tax: Nov 29 41 Water street. jan24 4 CHA,'. ROGERS & CO. 2 Straw Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN. Nov 29, iS4. _
collector shall be held responsible for the full On G Cotton Drugget, 4G and 8qrs. wide. -

amount of the tax list handed over to him for Consignment, SALT.-3300 sacks Liverpool coarse, cargo of For sale by V./G. PORTER & Co. For Sale Iron* N'ausr&c.
BOXES New Bedford
collection, unless released by the Mayor and 100 for sale low for Cash Sperm Candles, ship Ocean Queen, for sale by Nov 29' 41 Water street. 9 A ::: HIIDS. New Orleans Sugar, by '3(1 TONS Swede Iron, assorted siictr
Council upon showing that he used due dilli- byISTM. Jan 21 J. DAY &CO. ,,.., J MYERS & MITCH EL, .'sdtl 100 kegs Nails, do.

'I, gen.ce to collect the same, ?ud making a full and T. WOOD, 1 A HIIDS. St. Croix Sugar, Nov 15- 30 Water st. 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,
Nov 29 42 Water street. ENT'S black blue and red Ink. JL\J
Also
complete return of all delinquents.ART. I( copy 20 do. New Orleans Sugar, to arrive, 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils,
log Ink, for sale by 100 sacks Rio Coffee 50 do Java I acon.TUST .
UeiuovztI.I ; Vwe
9, Be it further ordained, That 20 '* English and American
every & CO. have removed their stock of Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN. 4 cases Hyson Tea, landed, per schr Ashland, from New
:- person residing within the city for three months MILLER I tl Orleans 20 Bellows,
in the year shall be considered and deemed an Clothing, &c., from the corner Unic-Afloat. 40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo, cured, a consignment of very superior Cincinnati 12 dozen Spades and Shovels,
Bacon
inhabitant thereof, and all such of his or her 'of Water and Chestnut streets to the store on CASKS Thomaston, for sale by 50 Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby's, fcb'2S 9 iu hhds, for sale by 10 Collin's Axes,
held Water street, formerly by S. B. Hamilton 500 20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap, C. ROGERS & CO.
personal property possessed, used or enjoyed occupied Jan 24 D. B. WOOD & Co. 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards.
in the city, as may come under the description where they will constantly keep on hand a 100 bags Shot ; 50 kegs Powder, Flour and Com. 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws.
4 of taxable property as specified in this I large assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING Florida Tobacco Seed. 2000( lbs Lead; 4 casks Linseed Oil, BIlLS Western Flour and 73 sacks Corn, 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel for sale by

ordinance, shall be liable to assessment, and be HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c. &c. SUPERIOR Florida Tobacco Seed, for sale at 200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure. 2 for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co.

proceeded with agreeably to the foregoing provisions : Oct. 25, 18.15. 43-If No. 45 Water, cor. Chestnut street. For sale by W,. G. PORTER & Co. NOURSE, STONE & CO, Nov 29 41 Water street

of this ordinance, if brought into and used t Garden Seeds. Dec 13. 50.2m THOMAS PRESTON. Nov 29 41 Water street. feb2S9 46 Water streetiTUST SH

within the city during such residence, although, 117ARRANTED fresh; just received and for BEST Florida Segars, just ro- ......For sale in sums to suit purchasers, received A GOOD assortment of Cutlery and Razor Clothes Br
VV 1O 000 SPECIE a large assortment of cheap pub- Pocket Boo s, Hair, Tooth
not: within the the first dayof sale
city on February by y..' J.C.ALLN, ccivcd, and for sale by D; B, WOOD fc Co. J lications, for sale by for sale by
.tpcce&g.MI Jan. 21 Druggist. F 2i B. S. HAWLEY. Jcnuary 10 1S46. '
Feb 21 B. S. HAWLEY. Dec5 B. S. HAWLEY-
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