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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.


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A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
cP- Office, Xo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


S VOLUME IV.]

COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED EVERY SAfURDAY BY
]BOSWORTH & WYMAN,
Office, Third Story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce and Chestnut streets.
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ro those who adverti-e by the year a liberal dis-
count will be made'; but all advertisements not
strictly pertaining to their own business, as
well a3 all 1'?ail advertisements sent inbythem,
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($* Letters may be addressed to either the edi-
tors or proprietors, and must be POST PAID to insure
attention. ,

uDircttoru.

B. F. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
Nonrse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
novl Apalachicola, Fla.


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Benjamin Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dee, !, I Apalachicola, Fla.
JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co",
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 62 Water street,
Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fa.
-t Also, Agents for the Etna Insurance Co,"
the Protection Insurance Co." and the Hart-
ford Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.
Ls. Fred. E. Dugas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Dec 6, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Harper & lHolmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
d.gents for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of .N'ew York,
No. 51 Water street.
NIv1i, 1845. Apalachicola, F.
B. S. Hawley
WRHOLeSAI E AND RETAtL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
cot. of Chestnut and Water streets,
Dec 7 Apalachicola, Fa.


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, C. A. GREEN.


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show to advantage ih this large steamer.
Her decks have hatchways in various parts,
scuttles, sky lights. &c., for ventilating the
ship, even to the lower parts of the hull ;*
and there are many other conveniences too
numerous to mention, contributing to the
efficiency of the ship and the comfort of the
officers and crew, so that she may be said
to be the largest and most perfect steamer
ever built. The Terrible is commanded by
Captain Ramsay, late of the Dee, steam
vessel, and she is to have a compliment of
240 officers, men and boys.
[Nautical Standard.
How little do even our most intimate
friends know of us! There is an excite-
ment about intense misery which is its sup-
port: light sufferings spring to the lips in
words, and to the eyes in tears; but there
is a pride in deep passion which guards its
feelings from even the shadow of a surmise.
'Tis strange the strength which mingles
with our weakness, that even in the suffer-
ing which sends the tear to the eye,-not
to be shed, but there to lie in all its burn-
ing and saltness-which swells in the throat
but to be forced down again, like nauseous
medicine; even in this deep and deadly
suffering, vanity finds a trophy of power
over which to exult. It is somewhat that
speaks of mental command, to think how
little the careless and the curious deem of
the agony, which like a conqueror, is
reigning in misery and desolation within.
EFFECTS or THE SPIRIT."-A Printer
came bere a few days since, and represen-
ted himself deaf and dumb. He also passed
as a deaf mute, at Greensboro' and Tusca-
loosa, as we received a letter soliciting a
situation for him. He reached here some
days since-obtained a situation in the Ala-
bama Baptist office-worked steadily until
last Saturday, when he commenced a
spree" and yesterday the effects of the
"critter"-on the animala" were so pow-
erful that, like the animal Balaam rode, he
spoke-his tongue was loosed, his ears un-
sealed, and he now curses as fluently as any
other imposter. He calls himself Wilkins,
alias, John W. White, &c. Pass him
around.-Marion Review.
We understand, that at the last adjudi-
cation for American Tobacco, the French
Government has made a condition, by which
the contractors are bound to ship the To-
bacco in French ships only, excluding
American ships and those of all other na-
tions for that purpose.
The exports of Tobacco last year to
France, from the pots of Baltimore, Rich-
mond and New Orleans, amounted to about
20,000 hogsheads, all contracted for by- S.
P. Pescatore, of Paris.-N. O. Times.
WONDERFUL!-The Richmond Starsays
r another relic of the classic ages was fouud
in that city, being a dog collar supposed tc
Shave belonged to Julius Cesar, from the
fact of having his name engraved upon it.
The very latest Yankee invention thai
we have seen, [says the New Haven Regis
r ter,] is a patent spring fish hook! By a
r very delicate but ingenious machinery, as
soon as fish attempts to nibble the bait on
Sthe hook, a second hook comes down and
Catches him in the back of the head, and h<
is a "gone sucker." An acquaintance o
ours, has tried it in a trout brook, with
Great success. It is a regular trap.
S The bark Letitia, Capt. Lewis, and the
Ship Oriosto, Capt. Faber, arrived last eve
ning from Rio Janeiro, whence they sailed
on the 17th January. The U. S. Frigate
Raritan was to sail from Rio on the 25th
Sfor Vera Cruz, and the Plymouth for the
SRiver La Plata on the 21st. The Colum
Sbia, under command of Commodore Rous
e seau, arrived on the 6th; she had 40 cases
of small pox on board when she arrived ; the
e disease was confined to the crew with the
r exception of one Lieutenant and a passe(
t Midshipman, who had been attacked by the
e disease, but recovered. The men wear
e sent on shore immediately after the vessel
e arrived, and nearly all of them had re
covered.
The Emperor of B'razil was still on hi
tour through the Southern Provinces.
d The stock of coffee on hand on the 17t1
h January was estimated to be about 30,001
- bags-prices were very firm for ordinary
d 2||800 good 1sts, 211900 a 3|1100 superior
, 31jl50 a 3||450 and 3]1500.
' The arrivals of Flour from the Unite,
d States had been very light during the month
g For Richmond 190000 a 20||000; Baltimore
Y 17||al8|]500; a lot ot 500 bbissuperior Rich
e mend in whole and half bbls, was sold e1
n the 16th at 21|1100 and for half bbis. 11||200
, There was no further news from Montevidei
- than we published yesterday.
y The British frigate President, rear Admi
f ral Dacres, was at Rio de Janeiro when tbh
r Letstia sailed. The Letitia brought 571
n bags of coffee. The Ariosto 3730 bags.
r [N. O. Com. Bulletin, 7th inst,


A NEW SHOAL IN THE CHINA SEA.-
t The English bark Ellen, Capt. Rogers, ar
e rived at Angler, reports having on 6th Nov
I at 6 30. struck upon a rocky shoal, hitherto
d unknown, in lat. 0 40 N., and Ion. 107 34
n East, and knocked off part of her keel. The
t captain examined the shoal in a boat, amnd
s found it 100 yards'square, a mass of rock
Y and the best water round at nine feet.
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t. THE OLDEST VESSEL.--A correspontiden
f of the Providence Journal says that th,
h ship General Jackson," of Bristol, is pro
bably the oldest merchant vessel afloat.-
She is supposed to be eighty years old o
thereabout. She was a prize to one ofour
privateers during the last war with England
s was built at CGalcutta, of teak wood, and i
yet:a sound, staunch vessel, having recent
ly returned from a whaling cruise in th
d Pacific,


PotITENEss.-True politeness is an ac*
complishment of a very high order. Cert*
monial excess is exceedioly offensive.--
Great attention to forms that do not breathe
either poetry or feeling, is indicative of great
weakness; but forms that do breathe suchli
fragrant atmosphere, which communicate
pleasure or remove uneasiness, are all-im-
portant. To distinguish between these is
no easy matter. We cannot teach people
to be poets and poetesses, painters, sculp-
tors and musicians; but we can tell them
that they will fail to please the common
sense of taste or propriety in either of these
capacities, if they do not conceal their art
as much as possible, and hide themselvs"
in the exhibition of nature. Self ialway
offensive. It is self that makes affectation..
that spoils the smile and tone of voiee, anl
the air and the attitude of tbosd wfho Hma"
the utmost efforts to please. These tery
efforts displease. They are in-, maneen
what labor is in poetry or painting. Thvy
show art and hide nature. They are to
manners what cant is to religion. Soft pit
ping tones that are agreeable to children.,
are often offensive to adults, who are not
pleased to be talked to as if they were ba-
bies. Musical tones introduced into convert.
station savour greatly of art, and require
more skill and talent to manage well than
belong to ordinary people. In general, no.
thing pleases so well as the common con,
versational tone. This is easily known.
It is a species of countenance by which we
recognize a friend, who is otherwise dis-
guised by the changes of time or climate.
Just as the natural countenance is better
than a made-up-face-a twisting and writh-
ing of the muscles of the mouth and nose
-so is the natural voice. We cannot alter
it,and if we attempt it, we show our effort,
and we displease by the outrage we commit
upon ourselves, but most of all by the self
which we reveal in our effort to produce a
pleasing effect. One might suppose that
there cannot be much selfishness in trying
to please; but then the perfection of polite-
ness requires that we please without an effort.
A generous confidence in one another is thb
true atmosphere of social politeness, and
that will please without showingoeither th*
desire or the suspicion.
DEATH OF A SPORTING CLELRGTMA*.---
The Rev. Hardy MI Cryer, of Summet
county, Tenn., died on the 8tb inst. H6
was buried with full Masonic honors. Thb
deceased was a good man, but very eccen.
trick. He is well known in the West for hit
connexion with blooded horses, about which
he wrote much and well. In England, he
would have been' a keen sporting parson,
t fond of fox-hunting and race horses-and
perhaps none the worse Christian for that
He enjoyed a reputation for benevoleuce
and uprightness, and possessed a vast rafie-
I ty of curious information, professional and
Miscellaneous.
; A friend tells a characteristic anecdote of
the parson, which is worthy of mentiboo.
He owned a fine race horse in conjunction
t with a celebrated and successful turfman
and trainer, and when the fact was made
a known to his parishioners, they made inqui-
s ry as to the truth, and the charge was
Brought home to him. At a meeting of the
I elders, the reverend gentleman was called
e before them to exculpate himself from tht
f heinous offence of running a horse in a race.
h Feeling that it would be idle to put his de-
fence upon the rational ground of the mo-
rality and utility of racing-'a defence whidh
e he was very competent to make with inge-
nuity and force-he made up his mind to
d "confess and avoid," as the lawyers say.
e Accordingly he addressed them thus: "Ite
true, gentlemen, Tom Watson and I do own
e Jake Creath together-and he's not a badly
" horse either-when he starts he wins. OlI
- man Watson trains and runs him at his own
s expense-I get half his winnings, because I
e allow my half of the horse to run when CoA
e Tom's half goes. If you will provide a
d way for my half to remain in the stable du-
e ring the race, I am perfectly Willing to teo
tire from the turf.)
* Whether the elders were convinced by
" this logic, or were mollified by his having
named the horse after the Rev. Jacob
s Greath, a celebrated preacher, wq know"
not; but he was not dismissed from'his
h charge.


THOUGHTS IN SPRING.
BY HENRY B. HIRST.
It is the spring time. Varied flowers are sending
Their new-born odors on the sighing breeze,
The sun its brightness from the sky is lending,
Fhlinging its kisses to the budding trees,
And Nature, lovely nature fair doth seem,
As the creation of a poet's dream.
The robin's mellow strain in wild notes gushes
From the snow blossoms of the apple tree;
The cat-bird's scolding from the leafy bushes,
The wren's low music thrilling comes to me,
Seeming the hymns of Nature freely given,
As stainless offerings of-its praise to Heaven.
Earth is asea of verdure. Blossoms springing
All gem-like dewy from the velvet sod,
Like whispered melody their perfume flinging,
Earth's altar'd incense rising up to God,-
Whose word I read in there as in his book,
When e'er their beauties meet my eager look.
Through laughing verdure silvery is straying,
Reflecting, mirror-like, the pure calm sky,
A babbling stream, o'er rock and lichen playing,
Sweet as the softness of a loved one's sigh-
Floating along with harmony as rife
As pass the hours in some bright day of life.
The river far away is calmly stealing,
Through its green banks all glittering with light,
Like beaming fancies in the poet's feeling,
Who worships ever all that's fair and bright;
Creating images that living start
Warm from the gushingsofshis burning heart.

Yes! this is spring time, mild and glorious spring,
. When earth is like a paradise, and gay
With birds, and buds, and flowers, and everything,
Whose beauties serve to gild awhile life s clay.
Bidding hearts revel in enjoyment wild,
Making one happy even as a child.


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


T. It & C. I. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water Street,
ApalachicolaV Fa.


H. D. arden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,


Dr. A. W. Chapman,
CO- 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


Dec. 20, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Joel W. Perry,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Dec 20 Apalachicola, Fa.


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,
NEWTONr, Dale County, Ala.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf
REMOVAL.
W. G. f. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
thM- Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13,1845.


J. H. & Jf 1 Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,


Nov. 1, 1845.


APALACHICOLA, FA.


David G. IRaney, ..
COMfMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.


Nov 5. ly


Apalachicola, Fa.


Samuel Schiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
(- 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 Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..


J. Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
(Q- 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


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


THE TERRIBLE.-THE LARGEST WAR
STEAMER IN THE WoRLDv.-The Terrible,
war steamer, is in commission, and now
fitting for sea at Woolwich; she has twen-
ty guns mounted, also a brass field piece
and carriage, and a wagon for powder to
accompany it. On her upper deck, each
side of the bow, are two long 56 pounders,
Monk's 11 feet guns, to fire fore and aft in
a line with the keel; thess are mounted on
a slide, and will cross fire with each other,
and also sweep round to the sides; two
more of the same guns, right aft in the
stern, will also cross and sweep to the broad-
side on their pivot, so as to fire forward,
acting as chase guns if required. She has
two 68 pounders on each broadside, to car-
ry shells or solid shot, which can be trained
fore or abaft according to circumstances.
On the deck below, which is also flush fore
and aft, are8 guns, viz: two long 56 poun-
ders, Monk's guns 11 feet long, in the bow
ports to fire in line with the keel, and seve-
ral degrees of training on the broadsides,
and two of the same guns in the stern, right
aft, which can give such depression as to
prevent even a small boat coming under her
stern; with four guns, 68 pounders on her
broadsides, for shells or solid shot. There
sre smaller guns on the upper deck, to be
traversed to any place, or carried on shore
in her paddle-box boats, if required for use
in landing troops, &c. She has separate
boilers, independent of each other, which
may be connected when required ; four
funnels, one to each boiler; the two after
ones strike down, so as to allow a square
mainsail to be set when sailing, and still
using the two foremost boilers, thus work-
ing halt her power at the same time, and sa-
ving a considerable consumption of coals.
This is an excellent contrivance, as there
are four small funnels instead of one large
one. which is a great advantage as the ship
will not be wholly disabled by losing one
two, or even three funnels, like the one
funnel ship would be on her's being carried
away; her one funnel lost, she has lost all
The Terrible has two magazines, and two
shell rooms, one of each before the engine
room, and one abaft for the safety of the
vessel, to prevent any powder passing thro
the engine room when firing guns. She
can stow 400 tons of coal below the lowe
deck, and is prepared on the midship par
of the deck, to take 200 or 300 tons more
packed in bags as a defence from shot to
the engines and boilers, filling up a space
of 13 feet. In addition to her thick, sub
stantial solid sides, she has good capacity
and if required for any particular service
can carry more coal in sacks. With regard
to the conveyance of troops, she can berth
a thousand men under cover of her second
gun deck, independent of her ship's compa
ny, their berths being below forward, and
the officer's cabins, gun room, &c., abaft
so that each gun-deck is entirely clear an
always ready for action, without removing
a bulk-head, and the deck being perfectly
free from the captain's cabin abaft, to th
bow of the vessel. She is constructed in
the strongest and most substantial manner
on Mr. Lang's improved method of uni
ting the frame timber, making her perfectly
water tight, so that it would swim even- i
her external keel and plank were off he
bottom. This method is now adopted in
the Royal Albert, 120 guns, now in he
frame, and may be seen on theslip in Wool
which dockyard.
The engine-room of the Terrible is mos
splendid ; on deck, the whole length of tbhe
engine-room, are gratings open and wel
ventilated by hatchways, giving light and
air to the engineers, stokers, &c. It is an
admirable plan, such as no steamer as'ye
has the advantage of; and each boiler ha
a separate hatchway, and may be readily
taken out for repair without interfering with
the other boilers. This method of Mr
Lang's invention, prevents the necessity o
ripping up the deck, which is the case witl
other steamers, when the boilers are re
quired to be taken out from those vessels
and there too, the deck covering the boilers
the engineers and stokers have the light ad
minted by the hatchways over the engine
o0ly. The Terrible's engines are mostma
jesti : they are 800 horsepower, the pro
'duction of Maudslay, Sous and Field, anu


John Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of
South-Western Circuit, and Thomas
Stewait counties
Aug. 5,1845. 31-


P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE.
(0- No. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla.


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


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.


WVm. W. SIms. WK. W. CHEEVER.-
ISims & Cheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
W-r Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


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


Cooke & Horne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
.New-Orleans.
ANbrm'w S. COOKE. Amos IIoN.
feb 8.


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


Jas. F. FIarrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
nov9 Apalachlicola, Fla.


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


T. J. SANFORD. M. M. BUTT,
Sanford & Butt,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 36 Water Street,
decl4 Apailachicola, Fla,


Edward IMeCattlly,
COMMISlSION0 MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN Dio GOODS AND GROCERIES)
No, 9 Columbus Block,


Apalachicola, Fa.


Nov 29


Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 31 Water street.
Dec 13. Apalachicola, Fa.


Exchange.
T HE subscribers as Agents for the Bank of
L 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, 1845.


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


W. A. .& P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


1rin. T. Wood,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,
v 29. Apalachicola, Fa.


Wm. H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.
SWm. H Kimnlbroughl & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
(ty- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. 1, 1845.


No


ALnERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,


Fire and IMarine 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


Apalachicola, Fa.


Nov. 22


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


McKay & Wan'tslornc,
COMMISSION MERCInANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Florida.
D. B. Wood & Co*,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
-Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
Thos. L. litchel,
.,RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,
Nov. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


Notice.
S HE subscriber wishes to close his business in
Apalachicola, 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
SBagging and Hope.
A Kf\ PCS. very heavy Louisville, Man &
450. Co. Bagging; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March 7 J. DAY & Co.
Sugar,
C r HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. su-
~5 perior St. Croix, in store, for sale by
March 7 J. DAY & Co.


Roberts, Allen & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS IN TIN, IRON, COPPER,
BRASS, &c.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
Hardware, Stoves, Britannia and Japaned Wares,
Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Grate Bars,
Sugar Kettles and Mills, and other
Castings; Ship Chandlery, &c.
Oct. 25, 1845. APALACHICOLA, Fa


DISAsTERts.---Brig Betsey, "of Bostont
Capt. Burnham, hence for New York, with
300 hhds molasses, went ashore about four
miles north ofAbsecon Inlet, N. Y., it 3 A.
x. on 20th ult. The vessel was completely
under water. Capt. Burnham aVnd crew
were landed by a boat from the shore,'with
the utmost danger and difficulty. As soot,
as the weather permitted, efforts would be
made to save the cargo.
Schr Baltimore, Seavey, hence for NeW
York, was obliged to cut away both masts
and stave deck load of molasses, and throw
overboard two copper steam pipes, to pre-
vent striking on the'breakers off Cape Look-
out Shoals, in the gale of 14th and 15th
inst. She arrived below New York, under
jurymasts, and was towed up bya pilot boat,
[N. O. Picayune, of Saturday.

DISASTERS,-Schr. Ann Stille, (of Mo-
bile) Staples from Philadelphia, (Delaware
BreakWater, 3d alt.) for Jamaica, with an
assorted cargo, principally provisions, was
fallen in with 9th ult. lat. 32 30, ]on. 69 45N
dismasted, and leaking 800 strokes per hour.
having on the 7th in a gale, carried away
head of foremast, taking with it, the main-
mast lelose to the deck, and losing boat same
time. Capt. S. was waiting a smooth sea
to get the rigging over the foremast, and
then make all possible sail for the nearest
port. Scbr. Navarro, at N. York, which
spoke her, took off Mrs. Staples, (captain's
wife) who was sick. One of the*crew was
sick with small pox, and another was lain,,
[N. G. Bulletin of Saturday.'


TMyers & 1 litelael,
(COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36 Water-street,


J. W. HAMMOND.


WILLIAM DICKEY.


Dickey & IHammond,
SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS,
32 Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa.
October 18, 1845 42tf


Apalachicola, Fa.


Nov 15.


*Charles Rogers John Munn.
Chas. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,


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


Apalachicola, Fa.


Nov. 1, 1845.


Pork & Beef.
A4A BBLS. Mess and Prime Pork; 30 bbls.
arMess and Prime Beef, for sale by
Marc 7 J. DAY &' Co.


ALvA WYrLIE, ,ar. A. McKEzziE.
- W Wylie & IcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


Henry H[odges,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,'
22 Water street, APALACHIGMOLA, Fa.


Salt.
C)6* ~0' SACKS Liverpool Salt, afloat, car-
2!.,, go of British bark Cumberland, for
sale by [March 7] J. DAY & Co.


M ichael A. tiyers,
.AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,,
No. 36, Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
I. D. BUGBE. HIARG.OVE HOWARD.
Bugbee & Howard,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Colhrnbus Block,
''iNov, 1845. Apalahchicd0a, Fa.


Canvassed Hams.
5 CASKS Canvassed Hams, for sale by
WOOD & CO,
March 7 32 Water-st.


H. R. WooD.


P. W. CULLEr;.


Wood & Co.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS, ,
No. 32, Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Liberal advances made on co.igaOni-rits.
The strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors.
Sales at Store every Satw,'dav.


ECEIVED per ship Huron, from Havre, a
S few pair of French Boots, made by the cel-
brated Hurter.
March 7 MILLER & Co.
On Consignment.
SCASKS superior Rice, now landing from
20 brig Tybee, and for sale by
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co.
50\ BALES HAY for sale by
U MYERS & MITCHEL.
Feb.14, 1846. 36Water street.


1* H. CONNERY


Bagging anad Rope.
I O 'PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAG-
1 V GING; 50 Coils Rope; Also, 200
sacks corn, for sale by
BUGBEE & HOWARD,
:jan3 iNo 7, Columbus Block


Green & Connery
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 28 Water street,


APALACInCOLA, FA..


'Nov 8. 6m


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9 Btisieir.,


~8fBBa3~S$%Gidl


APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1846.


[NUMBER 12,


fortryp.


rofesesinal Notfucr.


Musunoe iifrectorv.


gt~fscellan~ozt#,






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(OMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
"AALACHPCOLA, SATURDAY, MARCHe21, 18
(y?-The following gentlemen are auihorize
Agents f6r the CourAiEneOiAL ADVeRTISE.,aid w
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or adi\erris
nirnis:-
MEs.,-,.. MI.; oV & Tu'TrLE, 38 William Sirpe
Ne,% York.
DAV.I[ HR.k\V, E-4., New O.rleans.
wMn. W. CT.'EVER, E,.-i., Albanv, Ga.
JAMES H. WILSO'N, E.q., Fort Gaines, Ga.
Nldjor JACE, HAf.LD5AN, Eulaula, Aia:
07' A Quarterly Mleeting commence
iu the Methodist E. Church this evening
7j o'clock. The R.er. JOn C. CARTE
P. E., and Rev. J.,ArEs L. PIERCE, Who [1
arrived to take charge of' (his station, w
officiale as Ministers throughout die n,,ee
ing.


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-[From .tfie. Ne'-w .26l-1 n1.1.Pl,1..t:1iJ e. t'2i Inst.]
':* ; ." I rE I i' -F l i
We"' r efure: iottll'ti'lncl m1Yoir' to the expocitil
..oro. the tl )ll)opda project .of erecting a m
.,parcthv .po. tfie Ni' s of file NIe!..icdn F'
--p tibli,L.,a. l.placin tp, n I h itrono a Lci
-t'royal *blond. In n'very pr.rt of the worl
-" .^ save, ihe, Ulnlited, S fles te existence
1- "--suc a. l .-i,:1 i5 ad i:(ted. In Licudon al
.';'.5 :P iarlS.. arj *eV.t i.Lhi e le ote e M exico_- I
+oprenlyui aio'we', aii1d-' wa-ml i,-li,-nded.
e 'Te; alone, where th, lhi-est" intfere
..sl iotIdl be., eC 1t itn -'e .3t, ol sie'h a n ,, erni
, ^.'. l indei-it). doti!in rem ins : a few a;
: '. 5+st iII i 6 reJ u lo ns.. .
..*" ;,. : : l. he c.:,,'y,.of' Havana .ui I- be deemed tl
-" ..O'.''a-n s 'o't" he- ,ni.-wchiitii,,s wh ih Ih.ave :
:-..:':-: i' 6n1be1-iu p IrorL:ss; but thl e p 0'es, of th
'C i ,qty l).e)OL1 .'pirolo,:luiiJ siklnt upon thii su
J !-jeer as, well as uti,, .al q, ie r i zn. C 1:,1 p Ib]
-'N'" *po6icv,.we -ire coasrratneid to sef lW ;,itr e\
..v ,-!'. '1ld" e'..oi'"ih p ri)enilng. plot in ob<,itire hint
"- ..d .acciencnfrl ,level,.pilnl ils, or vol.in arv .I
o,..' 3 rPlosure B .it:-e at'ivtil u'th le E mnpr ,P.'orin'S'iimdnav [asr, ne Iilv, been put in po
'Se3310a' 1 90 .i$e0.ome liu her ,.[,v l.lioments thi
e. k -.-e.ers from.ei close ut ,elr- otlalfairs in C
'.. ^ :^0-a,'.--u+hic~i~i," taken it e1coinnceiioi 'with ]?-n
'.,:-.public -me. iestres in thle I-huds throw v
+ **strpnief'i" Ic~h npun the. rii~itii eil. ,le.iaj.
S, :'"7. "';PaL~l~i"Tu"P.'l)rte'-I .hv 1','..,H',,:, andl En2l3ri
0 11' 1 '.. -s.r,; re.Mre "s ini v" re.,ll N,.t tli it a .sho
'al hlle.s-tK'e ; 1 e'nii i .- eo.oi, iw.z Ilion ofl tl
i. .,.,.,^i l.tii lIwi' 'orC Ct_" lai waT procla-irme'd h
.a' .I.:oval oIder this org-iniz
I t' I *t i conteniplrle..;'tle einlh,-.i-m i lly. rd II-- el
j tire il e" v ,leOe al pr p I,ilat lm o flle Is. "ridl kil
+i "" -+ ." 4 ; .
.' -+;,er.'+ l .t eaz.ot 4< sa:ive oeit n rp,,te limit
.!.....'.ec! es of e,:empis. The prupoi deraue
': I.t,': cb 'r'he C.re c I; p,])lul:irn onl,.l a 1
z,'.. -eintly have in thl. 1or-ee is in a nie.1.1 s re bL
I Ce-1a lc -l.. by [lie gie.it nBuffiier c.t1 Voin e it
-. .frou-1 oM.l !." iain, to be fboui-d in all the prii
10' a c Ipal' lo jli's,< ati6 'r.inrl file c J.lci 'y ofl elerk'
.* ,_ -anJ'like'oceuplinons .e i while, to-' mIl e "a 1ql
,ranc doib'ly si.r,., file thop b,,,Iv 01 o0 1
,,. 'cers, e u cojni n'llla d ot*l t is l11llitiii is Io be l;
S. '.- ken~ 'om l:tile .S."I.nii;h a,'iny, an. each1 onl
--'-. ,cer ln1 st b,i{ i,,.d U. f t.1.5 1l.l ,If 'i l,
T ie nlo'st ui'2"erlt' ''ep'e_.untiil-ns haIve bee
,' m ode ro. l -ie a.lm .ii etei.il by the co,
n erciil cli: e+, 't si' ii. io u u s antent ,,
.,: *ftahat ne"n y ,'o n nini ieate the ,.mile to ll
'' -Hotne.kovermnie'ni. the iminen-se incomei
Di e iinr es.to \i fi'h i h'ev A ill be su-jj-cted -
the I be. ri.oroiis exeeulion ol' tliiq nililia 3 '\
/ -..-e. Io. I-,1 d %v h d'W',: l w ^h,: l l ot' their clerks an,
",' 'S .-.p h i f/ /^/. ,B n " -h i ... ;*. ' *-.*.- .1
''.. prituicipallv n. e .wSl paiki:,,'d tl accede t
JI -il^-'such 'e|)re~iii i- wotld deip,.t rthe ob.
""' "'*vions-'in-vent rhe law, whi ,-li j 1nimed to em
,''. .. ,b d a1o'r1e !,i:,t n 11: h 1,ld [l1e C role pop
l lat.--o0' C( 1 b'i in cbe,.'k ; and %% ;,re no
astonished theieh,,re to lei,'n ithi ihe C'al
f.._' *. in t..xeneri I tireat, I li-ein it% hIt sl,.I it rI |>ec t
,' a .ud Insiu s its )-ont .ile 'rigid e'-. CI'iijn 01' t1ih
.-'*". 'lawi. : \'\ len thi_ l:',re is once enilodied,
*, rwill be qtite sumcien, \nh lle a id ,. Ol' ,n
....... evies' Iron S aii w\;' chl are expected, i
t"nlau. 'all .ihe- t161"lific- a ion- otf Ilie I an,
i" r'aiutain loniesl tr i-.iiqtiliv, -n d leave tl,
.,;..arnmy now in Cubba at libc-rN lor any nlte'ric
:. "-operati( ns- perlizps It'"r 'eri"vi di.. e ;is-sei
-A, ,',(:'tioo t'he L4yndou Times, thatt" i oin
'!e a,.easy, .to acconpl'li the rouqrest ,:
'" "Miexico With, adi:ndrul 0l'the troops \hic
-'f.t' ort.the.( :irrion. of ._Cuba, as in the dc.i s o;
',..-themajborimin M.,exi:an princes."
,-+-.. .On.lhi+ s.ubject tlini,.-li ,lllist nec'essnrllv h
. .-:;, t.^ei" tO 'Gonj~tet Ure. .en. (YEDOnuelt is Luc
.. ,,":. r ihe, itre v prf ..Ill o I, d n l,-e--his pil
-.,, ,*. o ses,:- bli't iniellri-e t En,I l mi+h en ie idem
.*;, "l'-[-'H .,ana eniert,ri ,i no doubt that M exie
"' ".: 'i..rhe'-ield. fo~r ihe .'.t-onri of' itlee iroop.
*" w .wlhoseiplaceqs rip..tn bep .isn plied bv ihe t sud-
den e.,iecut>i;,uof a ,riliti.1 !aw odious lo [ie
i i habiiat s of'-.fie Island.
:.A .,, A.ni'.o,. t'urlher to shuw th;-it tlle plot k
gradually 'thickening. we 1'eel r, l'i6'riz.-_d to
.'"*5 stiM e, .tponu lthe Ihoi'ilv of I.tei- Iir 'ii
.'ge'hIl meii+.13 \vho.h'ive .i.a<+i n:,nmjn nuinih
in COWba, 'and hWi-e 0o1kedl illO ihis bu.1-ines
"" '-" a',closelvy s was in-11ih poi er, Ilhati tl
SpJanilsh "M iniiier n 'Mexii-o, .'erur Be, i rn
.. .' d.ez y (_aslrri, llas bet-n anlhi'-iri,:r to dr.,\
S.,- :;: 'Ulibii;*ite "'revt-nuies- r,|'H ; 1, ",i r ' l~lO~i~i


,, ." lo..riciliinate-t.hie' nK:,?es--ir.\ c:'h.u-i~e- o1"' liei
' -"..,h,]"h OPl'"iinon in !Me\i,-:o ;' lh it li^ ha.s in lac
.,* ,.-dra^^n.\:n".16r. .-.'rc10l(l,0loll, w\hichl sunn has beel





7'..`.. prbmptll p.',d hy tle Irt, tnde iie o1" Hai a'
.,,..?,"._-i',o- whlat iiurpose-i suceh a sum 0o' ,1one'
,: .'i',lias -been,. or \ ill-be ,em p i,, cd. in ,ieI e :ic







.- "it would not lhe dilnic..ult to c-,rjec!,ire. I
,,-.,. nma{'b:le noted .l!]at. the e;: I dishini.:~ ,t' o1
.,,' pres':ih llhe city ol" Mexico i;1r thIL ex|,,es,
Purpose ol, inL'ilini..liiliti, the n~ie,-:ei[l\ of
;. moD'are~h;, to.iinsure lthe done-lic ti'aiii~liili
'* .. 'ty-.of.l llie eou~nir\., i? *?i.ininctanl--e'|'eciall
^ at a~nmomenl wlhen ibe '-iriiV iivlS- bilt jiis"
', .'V,e meraed...iro'ni fa I'iolenit c,.,nvtili,-ii, ;,ild't;a.
'. not..yet stub;sid~ed into setlleI rin,. cor, i,_enil
',, ',*. quiiet. B ut. Iho'se fi,, iiii r witih iM exicmll
".* p6ilitc w.ill'nor .iieed Io be Iol ht]ow a "e
",'*hlunidrel "ihonusaud tloll,,r-s isi i be piofit: i1\
,{').'- employ ridin ^lrif]e to_.


-" And larther,-it is cofilent v beli,ved iu
,*. .C.uba'tlhal(.it e.e.-'lP.,'edes is lending lbmsell
-C.Pball 1,l is
*"u;'.- I',6 l ttie'm pt i,1 r.o" liutl 'iiz. Hle fi orm oi
,I-:,Gleru men,1 in4 M.exieo. \W ith all hl.; pro-
s 1 Ces "o.n1A o0 p11thIo. sii.m and nalionulitv, Ihe al-
ro'lo.ws imse-hn i. o'be 'nsed as -to iou! in the re-
I 'd[uciion of I1is country uillidr (lie oli.I Noke
'. ?- O :' ,|tauish 'l.'Matnn dl.isg ii-ed iuLdtir ht.-
',.. _.afor is a consilti llun tn iiioii.ll'eliv. N or is
'h'e-a d ion_ wAith,,th't tlie onultr-u:Jice of oiciier-
-' ft'par.tJies. i n..M e.xico. T b,-r'e \int' e iz. t ,iu
I-tlihat .co btxy, .ie inliers' of wealiIhv, and
.. 7'aristoeratic fa nilIeI-, d,-'eplpI rin1 ttire, C u itlI
a ,lov'e;l'o" t-he i'i;.,.ilit, tkis w ilici,: su ,o iid u
2l~ JOVliri ,eC. OP'on hich-1 1 t~lv 11:111S ,, %t o 16:1 ';t1 p- 11
-h*t %'lro%;,cppm w ii l t ']' a e1wu d re-
j;i e* ,ceive 'a.lS.l:..e.w _K.i-li m .r,? we?.ilt rind bilth
".":- .-? liito-t';iti,i1 o.iler thle ire'reut. u "der .it'A'-
.-''W':,l""fnir3- 5 W e .i.v insisrnce il ibis i ', ii .'if-xion,
I II'"q- e Rutios, lile E, .i i'r-, the Coiid L'i
C... orina, [le t ,,i'C-ldf.1 V ki, co, aiid ot1ber
... t Iniifies in IN[ xicO.
;.' ,. ^.i't. ur .pairn a-1d irllpntiil !'-,m ilies in 'M ,x-
*',E-_i aco. re. lot tVlhe on, pN. r oueetnd in
`.hese rlni digues'. 12 .,nce t annd Eni.land lake
".'part in Ihen,,.audlperh: )s it would h,1t be
-..ext.ava --'a-nr'to sa-v. 'h-it theyv .tlll con eln lale
,'! ._ th :-.+..31ian e.,of the .o nn.; -.,r of I.,ibell .
+, ++.''-i 'i t'li 'tire _'ieC. de M ol, ipel, sier. But ti-,i al-
',' lIabuce inist necessarily awai' the maniiri lfe
',' -nt'Is'bell berself and tlhe birth ol an heir
,.; t Ihe' !hrru e. t_)n Ihis i-ranch of ihe siib-
-i-'e.ti it 'see s 6 ib'-e well under'.tood iu H va.-
-..,< ,fa. t tat-'lhere k- uo i,'rospect ol Ihe iilaril'tl,-
e of'Isabela'lt-nh-t'be Couti dle Traplni. and
*1,he '-c-ijecture is freely lI:izarded thl t sht-
; -- -J1, ,.f I ._'l .: -, .. .
'" .+'- -._- ; "'|e w nm oliilh s, miiyt'\ :i 1 o hn r.i-'.- in nmo dern
; i:; ,-{nfds i li,;3;b'v.ill-dad" '"to obtaiu h,iic, of
r- : ,ro .h -. r. ".," --
fi ,+.Bunr there is.iO.occ;isioh that offaii's eou-
<" Cif ied'with t0i- IbO'On, :renoiluion in
['Mex'i'"u sould be >irecipiwtpted. Th' iminid-i


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II


of ineu ._ns lie prepared fo_ it b d.eg.ree'
The people inust be coticiliated, a stipeudi?
nn ry press must be created, scores bf amub
,o-, tiois chieftains must be propitiated b,,1
*e_ iect I.rgese., or dazzled by promises ,
on courtly distin'ion,. All lhis requires iim(
d, nor w.i'll the designs or Sp:ain suffer det'r
(f rent from del.,-. On her part, the ueg,
id ti:,tionrs are in skili'fl hands. The ,Captai
i< Geteial of PLei't,.o Ri,`o',the Conde de M
- rasol, ik mixed lup in themn. and chiefly d
.?st; "roefs'fiem. tie is a maan of ability, and a
e, ad'rott diplondmmtist. It' %%e are uot inis(akei
re be served in Mexico during lthe revolution
and is intiin.t,-ly acquainted witll the leach
ie ing families ol'fthe coumry. He knows lh
so popMular lelin, 10T well'to venture rash
,t upun tlhe execttrion of his design, and I
b.knows loo wp.ell thi'tneans tb be emplove
c to seduce 'I*.iii-ants in Mexico from their a
i! lejiance To "TI popular, republican, repr,
t_. senuirlve system."
B. Iu the liltantiline, Santa Ann-i awaits '
10 K-,.-ivaia ilie consummnation of hliese ir
s- ties. We can readily believe that h
,j raTkes no part I them; tbat he allows bin
- .selhio b.. engrossed apparently in pursui
3e ol1 the most undi:riified t character; that I
oi is I'ei 0lly on ibe alert, that he is vialchir
of thetlie progress of events miost narrowl-y-bol
,J. personallv and through his friends-an
rt thac lie will be rea.-Iy ,) spri'i, into Il
ie mle '' l upon dlie first I'.itorabil opporlunii
h" we c;iono( for momueni double.
,1- [I cannot be more ni. alisul-ictorv to ol
n- readers than it is to ourselves Ito piisue tl
n- rainificitiOrns ,->"an inii12ie.% u here there ai
t- so few lights by which (o 0uide our coutl'S
_Wi \Ve are const'i-:ilPd to rerv upon hints di
t- rived from the molst oppu'. e qnarte,. TL
I- mo.t direct and positive avotal of the ptl
en poses nl Sp.iu. France rnd, England, wv
i- huid, some weeks siuce in "a paper priute
ks in tlhe ile of Carmen. We hare founi
i- contirmation oi" its siateinents subsequedll
fi- In the journals of London and Pairis, an
a- now llie wot'P beqius to believe ihait tbhe
B- is really a grind inonoiachical design o
I/. foot to elect a Ibaririer ;gAirjst the dri'tusio
.n of re-pubtioan princin iples On Ibis continent
- I niniy well be th..lt in ihe suggestiious abu\
n, laid before llie reader there may be errnrs
ie it can hia'rdlv be oherwi_,e, c.on.side.rin,, lie,
e- indiectIlv we obtain our information.- An
v it is yet more probable tlh:t the deqions o
S ro,.yal Conspiralois Iliay cit :iuge fronl tiime i
ij 'i 11e to suit the I .- lilfins 1 naiure of event
*e that iij occur in Mexico or elsewhere
o Iheisures now resolved ulpon imav ha ve I
)- be -baidoned. This shoUlld not invalidai
i- the atilhenticiiN (.of lhe sratiemeqts we ma
P. froll ;ime to time inarke. It would not b
l p'issln'g slrarIe wet. e wIhe it hole grarFillsc.henm
h) be -abandoned ult i -ile!V a-Is a desperate
,t, o0e. F,'ance and Emglandothave shown, b
ie their acquies:ence in- lie Annexation c
it Texas, ilina they know liuhw 10 ,ield. thei
almost 111tceri-bcl purpioses vwhen they caiino
bo e carried thlr,_,u'h2 save at the peiil of war
.J GlaCi *i t M[1 IS\3. Guizot tiow exres.se
e himself in reward to iothe present and fnlt1r
ir graudeur of tile United Slales, he was no
'r the le,.; eager io defeat tlhe ensure vMliili
d more thani allN, otlher since our national ex.
i" lslence, %till [.ntl to our aen i',iudizetnen
h .uid renown. So it Iali be. and0t so it soul
d- be, with this inlference in the affairs of Mex
[CO. But in tlhe ineanwhile it becomes ilhi
e press to wat,.:'h narrow Iv every development
i of European policy in North America, -,o
. i; i t h oilillV bthe p ilel _niA of our (l Goeru
it inent to consider i' thie prlogressol" these nIo
0 naichicdal designss n11Y not present a fa\orablh
% oppoi'tiiuitlb "rarl'ryngngoiourdlimeul~icswil[
- Mexieo..iand' ;io'<.lin W IN honorable and dp
e Cisie support 1o the ezittse oi" >epti-blicai
librtnv.
s FRoM T\.x\s.-B tihe steamship Gl?,;
.*-s-.-<'m,,,.- sa\s ilie Ne w -r/e.i,, Blt.tin o
Ti thve7th uhive l|,e pa pt-rs I'rom i nh,
s n W Sintre-. T lhe Stale Le.2tisl'IIte asserts
e bled at A. 'tnil, oil tile l~i,, Febi'tu rv. G Cer)
EdwIart Bulh..CS,,n w\%is chose13 Pi-s-ident o
- the Senate; H. P. Bee, Secri'1:,iv ;. Mlr'
IN\[IIps, SerIennt-1t-Arn [I [he "-ous(
0 of R,=.lrese13ttes, Mtr. (_runp, of A13.tii
o:,c itn', w-s e-i,,st~n Spea-ker; James H-
t Ravmi~,n~l, Cle,'k M,'. -a,'demuau Sergeanm.
at-Al'ii-:. The otticial re-turns fu," Govel'iiOl
v" g-iv e' G e- n._ [-]e i,.ersoui S,{i10 vo tes ; D r. MX il
ler I,.;7-.. For Dieuit. Gov,,ternol', Gen. Dair-
t nell. hds a nominal min'jority' hv Ihe: otoiaJ~
ieltimns, btit in se\'erail t'oi~nities from lil hie
a i'eltlt'li were hOI receivedl, it IS filited ll-i:i
il hIs ,:l!on])riti ,:bt.diied niiaijrities, and il wvas
tliiel'(f..,ie asser'ted Ihal Gel. D). wotld de-
cline il!e Flate.
SThe iciau,"ur:,iion of Gov\ernor w~as ap-
t p~ointed,1 i,:) ,I,+:, plh 'e on \Ved iesdav, l.Isrh
inmst.. wvith)afp|:,r,.pii.)te cereii,:,niails.' The
t lha, of lIhe lR e|)tblie> of 'e ~ as wtild on the
, o e ea-i,.i lIe ,l o w e-i d | y h v h e \,v i ti l afi ry oriio n
' ofthile cilizens w bo hiave illt, str~ttedi it r,-md
c onniect.di it. w ilhi the inost h,-,noiral;,le recol-
t e,.i ,,i n s, and gi'e |i|.ace to lhe glorious en-
I" sign oft tihe [.1ION, hencfol[hi Io lhe tlhe
I" naih:pnrl .staard,' of Texas, a5 o1" her sister"
_ tiies.


T The. I:lh-n;zin ik all extract (11f a private
leti er. ,d ited at iG aliestut n, ..ih til. :-
-The Houiton boat has iisi moment ar-
Orved, and, the i lesamer Gl&eStoll pis riuzin-,'
]ler bell. Hou-stsfn and Rutsk, 0ont o. 53i1
votes., hae received 51. e.i'h, Ior Seiinaurs.
11en. Hoi-o ison is expeci-ti liere ev'erv i hour,
to proceed, on is wI;i ht%% ,- Washington."
The follOWiug para,-,lariph is fioilte N.
i 7", ii ...: :-
The e,,tire v \alue of illt-_ gre, t ; mount of
c':,rgzo c.,ried between greata t B,,itail nuI
the [Uliled Stat-s, oth w is fotid io
be 1i1i1Y ;1o)t)t1 t,-1i.3al to- tile "a initial crop of
o'w./ awld btw t.i3 product. ii Gerei[ Biitain !
Tlph anollllt of i'ea,. slii anno.ill\ raised
in Ihe Sr.ite of, New V.,f-- i(:i,'"i)l),hiil
biisfiel--is equAl in lalue to niiile tlie
m11310tllt ol' ihe a,-.re lt e\ ,porls and im.
po,'t.s of the whole counters! T, e Indian
coIn crop of N. K: -tuc:V" and Teunessee
eq i.k..ls in v,,lnu olr exports to (I Gre t Bri-
lain and Fr.,tjce-th-[- bulk of all %\% t ,|11 to
I-j iigi c cotntrils- a u iS 1",3 P(esel e' I -I. |
iln value it- itiee e lire ctilon crop o4 all the
Sales aud Territories.
DEATH OF GO\VR.NOR STOCKTON.--Ma-
jor Thomas Siockton, tlhe (v-,ernor of
Delaware. expired suddlenl'N on the .Qd inst.
;it Nt'%% Castle, while tra' sactin.g siuess
io [lie office o ioe of llie courts--i-,irobabl.,
Ion l lbe ,'upture of a. blood vessel tiear tlie
lieart. [He- is a nun wlIli)o eonirinded Ihe
.-3peci of *1l parties bv his a-, bilitv, his iinte -
tly amid p hiti'ntsm, Appropric holnors 11
his memory i %ll he paid, bN the citizezisol
lihe ,'_:tale.--[I O. 0. -Pi,.b,,imc.


" General, td our Senators and Rcpresenta- '^-CorresRpnden'a; itl 'Ai e b.r.J
lives, -and to others who0 it .was supposed F* '^,. ^. ftwh 9,,_'l. .
I '. 11.'t T I h e S en a te Gb aio l r i thr d-ng t a n ,t
&6 w o u ld .u se th eir i: fl u e n c in th e .m alt eir. k b-., ,b . .: '." 0. i .. ,
r + ., ,. ,U- ^ eariy hour this mornlng. "T elaftialtrca-
So far as we, have ,ieard thle P. .G,.has ti-0td in Ihat body' 4'e- tet d f frtei-e.. et -
treated the- memorial of our-CrAMBER in bets of (be Democrat io".party, a Wili as.-
se- his usual C6avelier .manner. -Nothing has the unceriainly'W.hieh-hKiig8 oyor:e rese I1t'4
b :, ,'+ .: :. o f 1 he ir d e lib e r ''i n o h 'd v e ,reia tly ..h e ij htft ,-
b e e n d o n e in ( h ie m a t t e r a n d O U T s e mn .- ..e. r e ., e ig ,
,, .., + ., .., .. .. a.'ed he interest w.b ic n the public fe~btiL ,11Ahe
l ,y m ail con e t d ts .lo b u k proceedings o that b ud y.
along,,::as heretofore. Eleven and. t,.elve .,,: As soou as the Joarnal was read, [re,
riays' &vespatches are the quickest' we ever COLQUITT of Ga., arose an'd called ihe at.-'
have from New-York, and'it is frequently tel .o _g' the body to i'he Washington
% : . "l m e s ." o f M a r c h 5 t h w h i c h h e h e l d i n -
th ee easeat fourteenand a .teen ays arehis, --d'Mr ..remarked, that the ,arti".
at consumed in the transmission of le61ters cle reflected upo., a majoriy.ofthe Senate,
from .that city; Was-hiigton, Baltimore, as well as upon himself, which was bid in-
Charleston, Savannah, and '"all"intfermedi-j, cement to 'notice it, Whoeiver the'doan.
as ,, ei 'pr.. .,i.eowas, who wrote it, he wa' a scoundrel at
ate ports," .being -in .proportion. JLetter.11h ar.-edi .. i y hig
ill g .. .' .. C- ..,, heart. He did not wiw to sayanytJiingt
t and papers from.Oolumbus,.Ga. never reach .Fit a view Io .reach-that 'MaS conscience,
us in less than, seven days, and nine days for he could have none. But bre wished to
frequently elapse between post-date and re- disabuse the public, mind. MT. C,.- read
ception, when conv. yed by Uncle Sam 's t ..a.i a d com hented. H b l ` O.e."
e- ,. ',., -" of+the charges was -tfiat'the whig Senators
line, while ify the Steamboats we receive, 'dd" `Jo rihdemocratic Seato^ .had
them in two and `th'reeo.." But then there is held a.`.ecret caucus with (e'lBtitish Minis-
)p a fine of thirty doll-ars onany boat .upon ter aithis. own table, with the doo'rq-and
n- which a letter maybe transmittedr it deliv- win'dows cloqed:atid 'guarded.'' This asord -
: ,.. ,s ". ,' wo ji~d refute itself. : e .C.,
in ya.nay o.,oth. .fficers.r crew, unless had never'be'n'in the Britishi linisiter's
or pe-itning to,a'portionof the' cargo,! All bouse, anddid kiowb him. Theobct of
ve letters pot thns,);pertaining are required to the intrigue, it was afegd; ,w.as "to procure
Pe o through the Post Office- the United e passagefhiS,.Mr. C's- resontos for.
ad " L ""thepurpose o f."iorppeasling t e rhiSG6-.
ad States demanding pay ibr. the eourtesies ex.- teP 05ofPpsngheBish -
,,, ,, ,-. ,.,-. r veronieni., and 7 adjluteibrg the. pending 1I if6i-
9g ended, between friends! 'Ifr Uncle Sam rU-'e-:nlty by a compryam isd., But-Mr. C. -was
sf fuses tb hare our letters ttraismilred to us ofthf['-Op'w that, majority of the demo-
ie n something like decert,time, is it fair to. ratic Senatoors wouvald bewilling.to compro-
I~V deprive us of the privilege of receiving them ms h all po:te4h;parallel.
ne troug,a^a medium bt Bt us- t", ,, s hS.
.: y a7p + ,M r. Vi said# 11 w e -W jill.See wh~letne rx }[ t S not
ie tice and fidelity in the managementof -the so. Ar. Coi~quivrTTre''marked that this;edi-
affairs ofti'e General Post Office, is an :ttor, had, as it is.hasb~een said,'been brought
of " "-"- "" "" .here". to .adv~caie tire claims or Some new
1' obsolete- idea,, and it would be the height of .... ...,cat the n.. me n w,,. .
ea ... .... lly to, e-pe t _ny -proeent w-i -efan u Sox me TJ s article
e OI f oll .,y t ,e.x y imnprovement wl/ e Gen. t a proofthat.ttie rumor- wIas. untrue, tor.
re Johtnson the;- -head and* fr6int"-thereof. no mai'in bisse nses, would ddbase himself,
id So we'd as well hold-our peawere, ardlet~the by Using sutjh a toolas:A-hat."
ys mails wag-ok+atjthe modern mode and paice Mr. '`CRITTEITA*EJ maple some remarks in
-.-' ,. supportoft'be Views df.MtC'.,'C-'qU1'-T'%, "hDd
if, in the Jerseys. I ` *- uproteiwo~.:o'Lqrad
SIn- .". said that's, tqhis editor was know'd to some
(tis ( We see 'by our exchanges that sftb- of the Senators, itriight be seemed 'by the
s,'riptions hav'e 'been& gotten up ii sev ral Ppuwe necessary t.hat some reply should b
cities fo r t me relief of th e ag ed m oth er and a de ,i9 .. ... "a g -os
- t. aspersi.ns..were 'withoat any fu-ndauon
Voungchidren of the late JOHN H ,iAM ,PD "EN whatever. '-,; '.- :
PLEASANTS, who fell '1i: the duel with MMr, The Senale, after sonie morning business
*' RITCHIE. Thesie- acts of generous took up the Oregon .:Question, and Mr.,.
t,-,ie ~e cso eeos sv~ -E VIN;"f n, g .ke i 1 ..us
le tlsv deserve the highest commendation, and.- EVAs o aiespokewitihis customary "
o10 ;, ability on t-hat. subject. *, ,;
o tCeec haslng credit upon those who bav:1 ,:Mr. E;tre 'marked, upon.+ he opinion hege- '
stepped fowatrin an hour of sucdi dep to foie ex pressed by the Sedat-tr from Mich- .
affliction and deprivalion, to do all in haman ,gan, Mr. CAss,. that when, thi. measure
power tu assuage t6a sorrows o'f their bro- was passedGreat Britain ,ouidii,.ecede.
, ,en a ,d b .eedig _ar .,and the U.' States culd6-t, andI aliough,
S ien ai blee ding hearts. he did ',tot say-that war would Ire:ipevitable.
, It is also designed 'by the editors of the he coild see no wayin'which w.a-'"tfld be'.
Richmond .News aud Star--with which pa- avoided." -Ifthismeasurewabto be produw,- '
";" :tveo f's e ne uences --ififtii.'g tv k' '
per MIr. Pleasan'ts wasrconnected at the time .qe.s. he first
n %i'i.,i fh ,- ,~~K. : ,",, ..step, otwards~a war foi the vhoIl`6 0 eon-
Sof his deaIAh-to publish a biograp'hy of Ms- y ^ ywa 0 W 0h S0
n P'e a t a n.,s then it ought to be weighed e ith the dep-,
iife, ars soonas the material necessary for estIeJ ibe ration 6. "
such a work can Ibe -obtained. The pro- We didnotknowtibe object of thePxresi-I
T is publiaon abodent in recommmen.dg, to us the notice, nor
i"ceeds b :t'i s pullicaLiono ,above the exrierr- "+ + : i ; "; ..

ses incurred, we presume will be appropriate n wahe it-ededtose the mea- ,
h s w be appropr a+-. ure. In his opinion; w.eshoaldpauseand
led to the- education and support, of his go .no fart-hetiritiltwe had a.plain and dis-
childre'i. 'May the design of the editors tinct, assuranceeas to what %,o Jdbe-done'
is succeed beyond their expectations. withlt ifit passed; .Mr. E. alluded to .th,
at -danger which.Senators ineu'red by an i.t1,d
N N. AVAL.--.The U. S..brig Lawrence, Capt. pendent' expressiono' of their seniments';--
I MCRCEICR sailed frorn Pensacola on Satur- We had proof- of this,,' this, morning. -
n dav last.., ,The coast of Texas supposed to Thes vituperafions might havetheir effect ;
n ... ~Some are base eno'tighlq:.o :man'uf~actu re startt., i
0 be her destination : so says the Gazette. de'rs, and some are fools'e eunugh 'to bbliev-e
a TuE OHIO RIVER.-The N. 0. Picayune t y. ay one hisdo we iii cli-
', of ihe 13ih inst says:- Our last accounts Oand u lUeStio nbie Iiii t + w lear ;
,. ., ocums^ nqustonabl lie to the w 46 le of,*
,r from Louisville and Cincinnati represent 'Ore-go, 6r faulters4n, the asserIionof ourrt
II the Ohio as rising rapidly, and with, every right to it, even by immediate,war, with' the I
prospect of a heavy freshet should the snow miost formidabl6 power .on;: the earth., wis
e upon n the -tiountains and inithe vicinity of, subjeeled.to obloquy'. ,Notwithsliandig aH .
,e these 'difficulties, he,. Mr. EVANS, would A
N its head tributaries m-eli studdenly,8as was not be resirained from free expressions oT'
r ;,uticipated. The Cinelnnati Enquirer of his own opinions. "' .
13 bte 5(h -inst, says;-- W hat was the whole question in dispur~e? ,
The,0Ohio lasteve'riing was booming dwow [t was a .tract of co""try'between the Co-
'mast bounteo~uly., Since: it eormmenced lurnbia river and,.49, extending two'hu'n-
d iis~ig it- h~s corn.e up more than sevewfeet, tilred miles on the, Pacific and. containing
* Tlhe,largest -class boats/.can again.+take oult abo"; 55.,D00. squ"r miles. But eyen this
f full loads-for New Or'leans, 'and the 'P'itts--1 was hardl in dispu'tefo'r if our Government ,
i burg and Cincinnati packets are-onee more *,1 aebe ^,ilsodi islhv
ehilled to run.. .. settled tihe question last'(;ll' npon 'tlhe 49th
,i r ,. '." "., I- parallel, reserving to bolth nallOnS thle 'free
.. At Loulsvtlle,.on the 5th, the weather: navigation of ihe Columbia .~iye~r. 'Tbei
e was war'mand clear. The.J'ournal 6( thib point, therefore, which was in dispute and
Gilh says:.-" : upon which war was invoked, was Ihe right'
At dusk 'last evening ,the river h~ad rise~n. to isaviat an unnat,gable. rive-r, which in i
e 002 inches in the. preeeeding .24 honrs,'anfd. an\, eveut woulI not be' wol'lh anyvthing ,toI
wvas still risin,, rapidly, with 10 feet 3 inch-- eit'her' parl fr half a cenlt, r.V "But gen-
es wae in (h aa ytemr.lemen call this pavrioljsm vlo plunge-ihe i(
I i '*.' ." .... '' couniry into a war Upon a question Jike Ihiis. ,(
TnHEi'LATE'J.';H. 'PLEASAWTS..,-We find MIr.'E. went at large ililo the qtueslion
'tlhe f'ollowingf trilbute to tlhe''iate"Mr,." Pleas- of litle, and undertook to 'shew that .our '
Sauts. in. the R clunoud Whig of t'he 3(1 title was not clear and uuqttestionable Lo "
insi.: ',;"" .: ". ih-.t e whole o1 Oregon--not so clear as to- r
There. was. n0. rarlcdur,, n0 revenge, .no .'usEtitf, us. int g oing-O to war. for 54. 40.. ; .(
;selnishness even, in jibe ,roble spirit whreh Mlr. E. after speaking for two h'onrs, gave .
i- hs ,:eased ,to breathle:' be fell a victim to way., without, concluding, for aimotion-*to It


ihe false sent'imenti of honor, and souli his adjourn.' .9
a,1versarv with no 'wish,' asit, now. appears,4" I .the Honse. after the.preseniation of
to tike lhis"life,'but merely to vindicate, his petitions-, the River and Harbor Bill was- p
0 "n repu1Tatiobn-', ]n his'dying, mmiuent.3e taken up. and occupied the-day.
Slated, wh:,t no one' had- before' suspected, WAS1Ji,G'roN, March 10. ,c
that he had drawji tite .bal from one'of his The House to-dav, as usual, was occu Ea
Pistols after hi's. friend Iiad;eft himi, the iight piee witl the River'and'Harbor Bill.
previous to thee combat, in order,to dimn-' In the Seuate, Mr. PEARCE,o..Of ,id. .(
is-I Oie anler-ol i ,Jdelsar\ whllst ho ,e ,presented .a Memiorial froia m cizens of '(hat 1i
to %%hich.he himself was to be exposed,, lie State,,il flavor of "he" adjustments 'of the .t
1ust have feft, made it almost impossible Oregon que-iion uponprinciples of corn- i
to escape. promiise-a-rnd Mr. P. 'nade some remark's s
RATH-I HOT.--.A dvices.have. been. 'r'-. 'in supprit'o'the views'os o'tl he ..eiorialists .t
c IV.,-d Ciom (he expedition of Q.C- pt. Stuart, au sa d, t 1l !e -w with regret, ttat arbi t
.., .., .- ",- ., -- 3;. trlt ion had been refused to Lis, as otie of
III N ew H o llandi l e le ft P o rt A d elaid e, a, / / 1 .-
Ne.ir and a hl ll" a'go', to-prceed' north ard, .t e nios .ea o, l.e a.nd P. ..Per *modes o0 (
and had advarnced.about S00,m'iles,,to von .. i
l/I 11. E t wd l ; 29.40) 'Sout. -' s- A colnnitinication was received Irnm the.
J ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 I...I.1 Pi> i''lOSi-lM aslel--tenerl "al in reply to a reiOltllOn
d ese rip t l,-,u o f th e hl ea lt at th e h l~ i est 1 1ort 1- P i -^1 e 1 e i a re o l t
-n po .t, s v ', -, ,--,- 3 ..... ol o he .S enate,, upon tle subject of contracts
1ern1 point, is$ posltlvely lea'rful. --e s'3a)s : .- .0 .eia ...)9 t .II ie U -. -1
I oI d .he" I "erm o ne"er, whic .fixed in ,lo \ee (lie ports of tre 'U S. SadI o I fr-
the shade ol i1 !ar,,e tree, ,our feet from the":,.tne ,. .e P ,1--,,. ,. :" .. ; ., .
I .,.+. l,n cot itrie~s. T he',letiter,,ol'the l-'oSt-,
-,l llU.d, sr-itio irv at 130 &ecr 'ees ofrF a.t .e)1 1 e "" coun.s .'eter o the Po t-
ienhei l a" l *2 P "nd in' the di- -'aser-General contains InnV interesting
I Ii ... I I iClS anti vie%%evti"UD n this snhie'et.""
d e t i a s o l l h e s u n i t r o s e t o 1 5 7 d e '-r e e s I .n -
[, ,-+ ... ........ .. : .- InI~I U')SL ne~e of' the Act of M arch 3d,
It hadlo I il: formi er occasion, stood at 1 .-2 ... i' o .,- .3"C
,. ,- 1I48.45, proposals %,ere iSiiied ior-c'ontracts fro
te-re,.s in the shade, nud 163 depress in ac
[lie s.ti "l' steaiers,r 1e b l ie be uih as sI i pI- o-lsh' o f a-
,,'',+' '' aud LO'be LSUriendered to rhe.'(4ol erntnm dM, r "
Raw Turpeniine' lias been produced iu case of war, ata fair valuation. Notv.6 was r-
laige quantitiess w\itbin [lie 'lasityear, in Pu- oiven to bidders, that onlvy6tihe line to Eu-
laski county, Geo'gia. and it is said that in rope would be conyraite.d for at present.
all the river counties there business .eank be 0 Mr. MlHl?;"of.New-Vrl, Mr. Sloo, of C
d-r.I rriedl to alnmost'atny extent, vielding a Cincin;,iti, .and,..M r. J.units mitih, ofiere-d
itic'l surer profitlhan Ihe rai.-ingo1" Cotltol, bids. Ml k;.. -.bills .hid J'ort.a senmi-mon tbly 't!
because a.lwayv meeting with a more ready line frou- JNeew .York to'Havire it, France, at
bale. 300,000cdollais per annum, aud it was,'eon- 9'


'Mil


' en, a.od HAvre,,.'ilernat'l t ,.iAil'ihllth
pricegf .350,00c .-- :-" BO .l '
)contract-wascloii d*pd.they'esse1s "ing,-there aie to6 four ships, eifcfo ,
.:whioh Wjll eot abodt- Ot4l00Odirs: Ihr;W
oe,, o0be, -at^ flo- ea. W
v.ide ",*'6 'the: fit s tdi:7nln a ,
SoM 6 tQ -the ir"o V g li' l-
follow's :: '..' "'.+ ". '" ."*.# ?"i '. :* ...*' .tl'^
By tod'ching.*-660ii.,ahU Mb
girs and freight, for.-Englaod, coutidt'iAlt
.40 oG...oi.i, by.44 _66ixt to S uti Jfail-
'tOnDa^E,*tistance of. 12 riles; and in two
"bflrn'iWW4.o Londoo i'-'7. l% te R, aud,
adiatance f ie:an HWfo
France,,p41,,IL^;-Netherlb ..i'Bj-
giuam^t c6yd^ be.. A ..tJ, Tre in. r
eight ho trs( Iby doA yl running .betweeti:.. SoAtill ^ lte .
Havre. l/f ^" ^'.l
-*By a cdnifigrande, of 4b, Iip^~Mb
a di~rett ilatekoutte would. be ifoi^~l
the miliotig inbabiti+q .e i4Iffhk..
Cent rill parts f..f i fl , ". ^^ S.hg .'. '
The .;nllgh'renrd7 4iWertpr48iB^'i|^
getic chizens of ttri,.section of-',':,
now cqwpletedi maVyWJ R.aR-Ronf '.
oiti be cotn lewd-.by the tam e,-
*can he shAll- be put in o erae. '
ing the-c1y of Bremei-wA Bi^ ^
Lei psic, Diresden *ah& Vte;^i('f
South and ,Wist af A&' e
H-,esse CaA ,FAnk o.. hd- -.' .- -_ -
mark and Noray. hy a 'li9-J,4. l6' 01 in-
biur a'n4'K~elj~and tJi^^^ie
the.Ballic., .. ". ; .';+ .
One ,of thejitdwce'", .,^r^. y^
men the ter u xf .if".a^-, ^^^
are liberal;pews'p^ ta nd d'Dfr| friy
ttdroudgh its pbist o6 i tfe,
and that the duties on W r aw .tai-, eV "
nom inal; 'Oreie-ro or ibs o tr, o '- an-
otlier rason'*is, ,thaLA.t- e1*j9 repre-
sentative of the Senaite 'f'Biremen' ibis
Government, has been .iutfferized.to offer
,great facilities' opt-ih-.t .a .t. the sleamers in the port of Brimen,'
" 'The'Britisl e-te rf. : alore, ti"t4 I into
andi ake but of Biston, six hiboodred, thou-
sand. letters a~nnually;'wh. i ,ltlL "b G ber
passing fr On the ,V.,S. ,.f"r"oif'-baek,
'tfyough the. cicty{o'/t ew--York ,;,'Wiil
aniouut,-Joioe vriinlifti; fepdring i.t-prpba-
ble, j.hat over three rritioraldtrvl'er pass ;
annually, between iber D,,ope."
Tie ereoroetideuce by this ete *i.ll be
greatly incre.ased-by,,b .ekorbiiAp.eteae
of ihe Caara~d line. A licir fU61.'.l6 ar
to B'remet, by 'the "Cuharf 6 !n,i'-t'*fltida
England, n charged 43# ,dNLt.,:"hA 'a"Lfewt+
papre .61 6ents." Suh ", ra .to'' f'{oAtage, - indst- 1robibrt any intepp'r~e, betw1oen .-he
U. S. and ih'e Continent, by (tvtrfjni'- ,.The
C'u d a d It p h bas" fu Ily:'re"Iftob ai~to 41, f to-
tlie B..ritih GovirnmrD#'.tfdo'.ti4profits. no0
jusyrifh le establighmebrit'A`w6"0*f'e.
1T' Post-Masier ie.tieial'as foran ap-
proprinfio Jo fulfil -to~a.ram, of.JN-lr.
M il. .; ^-:_.'*' .-. .,% ,. +
,"*-Proposaltafre submnQ.,te.fot'^h E.^'onslde,
raliobi of Congress for analtier .*jertJWqlp
lme ofsreantshipt, 9.' ,_=. i
, Mr. E. K. Cultino f -*Or irk, pro- ,
ptsed, 'n the 6ib h, M arch '., ter he
eobtraet was made, with. Mr. ADi1,'15i,
the U. S. ,nail between New,.-y Wi).jB Li,- -.
etpool, twice each mo:lv1W,.-i4?^1ignr '*'
m6nlbs of the year, and bopoe z:jop'th 'Arc
riBt_ ibe ether fou 'imhmwhbj:e,'?te Stm- of
three hundred.and' eigi.yflle ilvWW"l-
i.riA, payable quarterly.' For thkRttp"ose,
rfi. CoJlinsand h'is associates agreed .to
build five steamships, .not less. ltaavi0U00
%o9is measuremetil, and, b.lhfflsrnd "
horse power each. which v.ts sba,ili bo
built for great speed. and uSiiac dablly81si49g
for war purposes. Four" of said vessels to
be read inh 1-8. months aiter' the siguinig of-
t'e contract; the, fifih'` h e built as soon as
prncticable, and,.`v,ben .d.aso.;ii ged oh the
line; lo,be used. in carrying .(Jspatches for
ihl,.eGove-rment, aB fl.'"i..:hpehsalion "
The coni rai'to-be "for tile ter-Mf..t ySl's,
If Congress nuiborise the eoa'rlq ,,'hie -';
vessels a re fo, be,-superiort..jiospee'd and. n j
stre'ngtiH to" 'any .steaai vess'e~is,;,ver .bu~i~l! tei' -'"
thie world., .. ; ,_ "' *- :a
A01orng ihe .^easons-offeired-'bvy M~-r- Collins.
n ... favorvr "of a. ^ime -to .L vefl oo'd are t ie 'fol '-
Io w in g : : .. i "'
* It is i~n co tl,;plat~ion;?ll,:.-+0.+e E-n^Iilh
G6'(erument, to incre 'ase tili-"iaer:".f he-""
S-u'nar'dt,;teamers .-... *, -' ; ,-r.
, These..steamers les~e L~verp0-o.h; :
S houtd it be'understoo~d- tbat''le. United
States contemplate the, el~tablrehffent oifI a -',
malil lmie to' iverpg.901, lhbj_addttd"ya. ex- .,A,
pense to the English .GoVerri.ffaent "'1'iirbe
jnnecessar,,, and *ihat-, ,;p i(|i t:ti;;vo, ld -I{
)e tihe more ready t'. enitef.iditctr'ecipr'oal', .A
.nia il treaty,. .w ith, th e U hile t4 .Sf"atces,,.a o.. p tin.g 71,
some .oiLt.rpgulat-on fixing'iheLirime"of de- |
ptrtu're f'or Ihe 'slarners oi,,q^a-ch lhlM).--- ..
E-iIgtan~d is H'O~W-he'cedntral'lpoin[tfrom,wbich
1 ti{ E tlropean amlt .Asia't'ic'..nefeis reeeired,.
ahd long-wu'll contintte'to' b 'so. "'" :*-
A. contract was closed 'by' Ibe oslMaster
..?enera_.twnb" M!.r.,.C harles M.prgfh,6r a?


mie o.f.steamship|)s, making atr'ip once.ei ty e .
five days,,betW'een,.N'ewq,.-.rle.a Is d MOjtONtheS-.
on. Mr. Morgan's corppqn. is-La.o be
6.vet y-tive per cent..-oVf ltenie 8.eas of
the G;alvesi-hPstOfie'ad'o isdii'i
0"Utlli tla .exas.. '." ."' ^.^ U ....,,
'The Post Master 1eS,.646T--o'uh u
Congress a proposiwuab. r l .w* I:audx-
venter, ior a line ip...Le.Pmers t.vtelia .a, so ,
as to con-nect, brp: ans o, i'veland mail',
o Papanaa, wi i.'Jie of sai-l'e.esie nir
[5an amna, by tJi Sh' Sa dwlc h^ ily t '??t ltef -
nouth otl'" h^^l utm'bis riV01r; 1"0e-1gnap ,
,o mpparecl'4itih he- p r'bal)^e-:rie etlry..<^i
lot jus, ily the ,Deparln tit .''closing .i he'
c.optrapt ., .. ,. ','eT
, ;6ioes of stiamers'., bet vki&n^-^^a.r
'ities and. thQeose .o _C t.oiil g o are
also spoken: op an.d It Is6iLYOon M. ,,-
:ress, whether" hey hair totha
seasons other thia'u-t.l-ieo-Sicew'W the'Post-
)fifi 1e.,Departimest.... ..
"Mr. Evan!'conclud'ed..his.speetr'n'"i'B
regionn Question, 'andid avgiast.rh ia lice.',,
Mr. Rcverdy .J6finsonIhit ',floor fo'
T- e o rro e. "' "( + :' +' -' **"*.* : t.i -
The Senaie perit .omerl,'nei iu Excutiy ,
eteslii u.' :.-1. f ., -:.* ,t .,


BISHOP ELLIOTT.
the last week, our city, and espe
Episcopal Church here. has re
visit .from tie Rt. Rev, BISHO
of Georgia, wbo is also provision
of ihe Episcopal Churches
While here, lie preached five o


During
cially the
ceived a
ELLIOTT,
al Bishop
Florida.


six Mimes, and always to large and atteniN
'conrgregations. Such a sensation did I
nr create, thit on ,Monday last, after he ha
le made his ;tranneme'nis to leave, the young
p nien oft our city sent him a Iormal reque
e- that he would stay and preach Not one
;e more. With this request h,- cheerfully
r- complied, and on that uight delivered on
j of' bis most powerful seruions, from Il
', words, Be sure yoursin Awill find you oni.
IV It is useless to attempt any analysis ,
"i the Bishop's stlye. To have a correct ide
re ofit, one must bear him. We mav venture
n to say, however, thlit it is plain, easy an
t. flowing; exceedingly persuasive aud alwav
e. marked \iith an earnestness that shows ill
; spirit with which tie has entered upon b
id Apostolical labors of love.
)f It may be g-ratifying to die distant friend
o of lthe Episcopal Church here, to learn tba
Is during trhe Bishop's visitation several wer
0 added to its communion. On Sunday las
e and the day following, he administered thl
y higbly impressive rite of confirmation t
e eight persons.
e
e F for New-Orleans dales to th 14t1
. inst.. we are indebted lo -Capt. C.tURIL
ir of thes4chr. Ocaria, arrived on Wednesday
Ai Copious extracts fionm ihem will be found
r. In our outside aud inside columns.
s
e THE WVEATHER. since our lasi, has bee
Mt "'air, imild and pleasanh. Fires have bee
i. dispersed with altogether, and wood hbi
t recentlV taken a sudden fall, \fifle linen an
d pawnarea are in good demand. Asthebusine?
se."lSon advances nearer to a close,- Irenc
e gentlemnen" find leistie to seille theirrun
t 1m',, 7 ae,.1:,n/s. aud a greateT flow of sqrats i
- manifestedt among the "bbloods;"steaniboa
- captains give pleasure excuisions, and til
e merry pe-ds ,f mirth minlining wihthi
. sweet tones of the %ioliu, make "-music o
n the waters;" our merchants have linme I(
enter into regattas; ntusquitoes aud biped
begin lo piescnt Iheir bills quite anuoy-inTI)
" aud every thling demonslrates that sunrne
Sis fst a U.,ppron hing, and that business wil
- have to give wav ito : pleasuree I-or al season.
I 7'-"In the last Pensacola Gazctle, %v,
. see' the name of Col. JACKSON MORTOD
e announced as 'a candidate for Brigddie
General, 1st Brigade, F. M. Col. Morlot
. has been long a citizen of West Florida
r is a gentleman of'commanding talents; anc
is, with:,b, emphatically a military nan
1 He is eminently qualified for the office o
i Bi,.-idier General, and has clainis upoi
r the "-great Mlilitia" -at least equall to any, o
:-thos,- w lo have been announced a;s candi-
d" tes. W ith a I'.,ir field bel'ore ihim, if he
_ loses the rare his competitors will have to
Scary light, spur fron the .Jump, and ccome
1ont -;It (lie detail."
Tny: MAILS.--c celv an ex(:inge [)I-
per conPs to halid Illat h.is not an article
on the quill-worn subject o1" "7'Ti; lails/'
If it is in [hlie poer of Ihe newspaper press
to give mointl uman disiiactiot, then Mr.
(-Caie Johtnson ha1ls it in an eininent deo!ree:
I'or'Editors fromi the S:ivannah io the S _ibine
liave writen lhim d,_,wu ihe nmos.tiuefficieint
P. Al. G.- that has presided over the Depait
lniit Of 1" dlMiils since s':bh ain o -ffi .e as cre-
aIif J. Though there were no duubt ni.inv
applicani'? for that offie'e when Mr. Polk
bee ime the great dispenser of "- lhe loaves
,ald fishes," andt lmlirn turned awviv i, ,dis-
aplp,,i~nimeut and en\'y, w\e do not suppose
th.t rt,, ol the: electe,.1 are s-o poor inl
arnlbiti,-n as to envy Iheir ss eceessftl[ rival
llhe noi,-riety lhe hais wyon l;or htmseh" as
Post Masier GenerIl.
It nitst l]ot be supposed because vie hav'e
not comiillaiined every week or Iwo of llie
irregtllrrit i nd I'.ilure of th-e ni.,ils, that
Apd..ic pl~tces in this respect. W o' ha\'e onily Ie-
I'rainid I'lOlm inaking comnplailnts because we
have long, since hiid illie proof" that thiey are
of no avail. In tihe early, part ofthle present
season, tlhe APAi...4.HI,-OL_ CHAMIBI'JR OF
C'OMMEHi;t hiad a special inecinc,, io take
iuto cousideration3 the de-lays ar,, def'ects its
th'e irans|^,oration3 of the mnail.- to tllis i>laee.
A nmenorial wvas drawn tup, .seltiuT_. forth the


ielinii,_es i" tl" our merchants in being de-
pri\ed of" sire and speedy comnicatiuilnlinn
\ith the North and We'et, iIhe umost for-
cible miad respectful imaniiier. Copies. o'his
muc:Ln-rial were forwarded to the Post, M-isier


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FoV ULiyerpool.
THE first class Am. ship HVSOX,
1Weeks, master, having, three-4ourths of
6- her cargo enr.>geJl, will have dispatch
tor the above port. For freight, apply to,.
March 21 J. DAY & Co.
For Liierpool.
THE superior Br. bark "CU.BER:
L^d./V2 D, Powers, master, will have dis-
A patch. For freight; apply to *
March 21 J. DAY & Co.
For Newr Yrh'k,
With Dispatch.
^^^THE Packet Ship MJI.4RIJYX.4i;
l Phillips, master, is now loading for. the
above port. For freight or passage, having supe-
rior accommodations, apply to
March 21 McKAY & HARTSFIORNE.


I~r~mi--(lllll


For New York,,
Fr THE new fast-sailing schr. EeROY;
SBedell, master will have immediate dis-
i patch for the above port. For Ireight or
passage, apply to DODGE & PRATT,
Maich 21 40 Water ft,
For New York.
PACKET of the 25th. The Brig.
j JIbORE.0, Conway, master, wants 150
bales cotton underdeck, and deck freight,
for which or passage, having excellent accom-'
modations, apply to
-March 21 NOURSE, STONE Co.
For New York.
THE ship GEO. SKOLFIELD, Skol"
field, master, will have immediate dis-
Ak patch. For freight of 100 bales cotton
under deck,'or deck freight or passage, apply to
March 21 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
For New York,
E THE regular packet brig W. L.
i^^JOXVES, Tyler, master, having a large
t portion of her cargo engaged will have
immediate dispatch. For balance of freight or
passage apply to the captain, or to
DODGE & PRATT,
March 14 40 Water st.
For New York.
.p^ THE fine new schr. T. Q. IDAMS,
&Ja.N. Saunders, master, will have dis-.
Sapatch for the above port. For freight of
50 bales cotton or passage, apply to the captain-,
or to DODGE & PRTTT;
March 14 40 Water st.
For New York,
r-^ THE superior new bark J'n.]XPE Z.
I.I,7_LLLd.VS, G. Parker, master, having
S a portion of her cargq engaged and going
on board, will have prompt dispatch. For bal-
ance of freight, apply to the master, or to
DODGE & PRATT,
March 7 40 Water -street
For Boston.
j-^ THE fine bark MdARY K/MBALLI
^ Gregory, master will meet with dispatch:
_a For freight or passage, apply. -
March 14 D. B. WOOD & CO.
For Sale.
A very Splendid two story DWEL-2
n; LING HOUUSE, situated in the most airy
'and pleasant part of that delightful wa-
tering place, St. Josephs. The house is; built in.
the best manner, with folding doors, three room
and a hall on a floor, Kitchen, Stable, Carriagi
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 wishing 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.


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COMMERCIAL.

APALACHItCOLA CHAMBER OF COMMEtCE.
I.Lr_".I_----:!l: SALTER, President.
I. M. WRIGHT, Vice President.
M. A. MYER S, Sec'y an'd Treas'r.


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O We have been requested by the
friends of WILLIAM H. HUGHES, to announce
him as a candidate for Colonel of the Third Re-
giment, Florida Militia. March 7

Per Octavia from New Orlea*s.
RECEIVED aq above a choice selection of
Family Groceries and Provisions; also, a
freh supply of Spring and Summer Clothing,
made up in the latest style, for sale by
GIBSON & CLAPP,
March 21 22 Water street.
BILLS of the Commercial Bank of Macon re-
ceived at par for Goods at .the lowest cash
prices, by
March 21 B. ELLISON & Co.
Cotage`s' Spring Water
UST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
J March 21 J. C. ALLEN.
Molasses.
,0K,[ BBLS. N. 0. 1Molasses, for sale by
iMarch 7 J. DA-Y& Co
EDAR .J ,,jti-.J
C marchl4 D. B. WOOD & CO.
BAGGING-200 rolls, for sale by
marchl4 : D. B. WOOD & CO.
SPECIE-For sale in bums to suit purchasers,,
S by D. B; WOOD & Co.
J.11.1JI; 10, 1846,


Ir~ELC191Y~


IU- S. Mail Arrangement.
j ,'Or ITHE Steamer AGNESJ. RynesW
master, will leave Apalachicoia
t3^^^^ every Tuesday and Saturday it O0
o'clock, P. M. Leavesthattahoe-
chee every Monday and Thursday at 12 o'clock,
M. She will make weekly trips to Bainbridge'
leaving there on Monday norMning, and to Brown';
Ferry, leaving ttere Wednesday night. Every.
attention will be paid to the safety and'comfort of
passengers, and strict attention to any 6usinei
confided to the officers of the boat.
JOHN JENKINS, Con'tractor.
April 26, 1845. 1v


PASSENGERS.
Pe rsteamer Albany-Messrs D J Day. Wrm S
Demarell, A P Greer, W S Beal, Jr.
Per steamer Eufaula-Mrs Sandiford, Miss Mc-
Dowell, Mr M McPhail.
Per steamer Charleston--'Miss Baxter, M Iessrs
Overton, Crenshaw, Bush. Roach, J Sweeny, J
Buckly and son, J S Duckly, S Sanford.
Per steamer Agnes--Irs Kelby, Dr Yarborough,
Messrs E Bryan, and S W Davis.
Per steamer Apalachicola--Mrs Grizzard, Miss
F Grizzard, Mr Joel Porter.
Per steamer Champion-Rev E Talbot, Capt J
Slarris and family, Wm Patrick a.id lady, Gen
AeC Gordon; Messrs Pippin, Box, Kirkland, Wil-
son, Suqs-', Browning, Grimly, Owens, J T Pas-
son and Bereis.
Per steamner Augusta-Rev J C Carter, Col Har-
ding, Messrs S Cummings, W P Watts. A L
Rloss, J Irwin, M Jackson, Wm Mumford, J C
Haynes, J Greenwood, Win Ford, W May and
John Condon.
Per steamer Agnes-Messrs Sanborn, Taylbr,
Michaux and Douglas.
Per steamer Emily--Messrs W M Bdrgoyne, J
T B Tanner, C Wheaton, Jas Pierce.


ISTHMUS Oft" P \',.\M.-..- T l'- I'olloin.3! T
summary of another report on the Euro-
pean project of :.iil,,g the isthmus which

sep:lat:,e-; the Atlantic Zind Pacific Oceans,
is from a late E]uoi')e.n Journal:-
Some time since M. Garella received -a
commiIssi,.,n f-, iII e l ;'Fr,'nh Goiernment
10 p:rceed to PPaina.K, for.the purpose of
. :inquirin,- upn the spot into the practiea-
bil ty of ihe ie i.-m sclel nes% 111i':h1 have been,
devised, for c,:utin,. a ship-canal throu.:.h the
*- ist-hmus. The r,,-,ort of that gentleman on
tof this sublije-t ha.1s rtecl lv been published,
an,.l prestinl, oiD vthe ", Debats") the re-
.suits -, l' ileI fi r-.J sc i'.nti. i, e'.: lih, i,,u th ,t
"has been ur, dcr.ilken in ieglr.d to this cele-
brAte, pxj ,--; e. ,T'[' direction fixed npon
M. Gaiell, :Is the most ellgil le for the'pro-
posel canal, is, on the side of the Pacific
; Ocean, thi-0iu.h ihe valley of the Gaimito,
so a.; o 1 .0.v,:., u!,,in the se-a at the an-
chora-,,.- of V:,co de, 1Mionte, lying about 18
or-2) kiloi-letis (11 or 12 mile's) to the west
of Panunm i. Onl the .iIe of tlie Atlantic
Ocean, the coul.e s0hou.1 be along the val-
ley of the riier Chlia'jre.--, but not to termi-
nate at Port ClL:i*;e, which is inaccessible.
to ship; of' lai"-e bnm'den,,but at four miles
distance iI tile B iv of' Simon. From the
C'Ainilo, the cnnal ii to) be directed along
ithe cutse ol the Bernardino, a feeder of
: that iive--, wlit-ciiV it proceeds'to the Aho-
gayegua lnonitlain, which it crosses at A
point %%hu,". it is -145 lect above the level of
tile !e,i. T lie ee, it i',lls iio). the'valley of
'the river Paj'er t,:,lls> : Buini o,) which
it foll:-,w ais far :as Dou- [eiimanis, where it
-joinsih, Ch S.'r,:. 1) -rllel with hi,-h river
and .s.oneii,.- occuL miwip its bed, th'e canal
is to be c..r,'ie,1 as far as Grafun, where it
divergei,, to arrive at the Bay of 5'ii,',n.
,The whole distance will be about 417 miles
in length, 'of u hli 'n C.? are between 111'e
ChoL;r,:- and- the Pacific, 7b between the
CliTgresand the P Ny of, Simon and about
6, ilun1 the bed of the river itself. The ca-
nal is to be of the fiil..vi,.' drfnensions;
tlepilh, 22 fI-," t 9 in,-'h-.; breadth at water
surface, 146-Teet 6 irrches; at bi,-onjii '65
feet. Ni,,iv-fij._ur locks will be required in
order I.) 1-1: ili the summit level, each cost-
in ,- o n tl e afri._li.i,i.".uJ francs. Al. G a -
fell,,, hij rvei.-s,,._-si l the magnificent
S lcxpedLelti <.f :I ti nie[ Ihi,-i,,gh the moun-
:tain, which, besides the dimensions stated
above for ih' canal itself, must be of height
's,'ficint ;to 'permit the passage of vessels
with their lower masts standing 120 feet at
least, aiI will be flit.c miiiles and one-third
in lel.sili.' The estimated cost of 'the tun-
nel i rifti millions of francs, but it will ena-
ble ih,. c,;mal to. be r-, ii n.,,.tlwith a s'um-
rnit level of ,nilv 160 feet, and greatly en-
hI: I, h the future adl:tl ;., of the underta-
king byii.eiiiL' with by far the greater
O"number ,,f tileI'l.s. The total expense of
'the canal is estimated at 125 millions francs
(five' -r illions sti.:!iig.)

Yi-AV LST.1--V e ex,r,,-t 'the following
oarlicul i,< re.pf'tiing the town of Key West
i,'.,om a letter of John C. Holt, special agent
to theBoard of Un;11'.r,% lipiii at New York:
t ',The hi'le anount o'f the value of ves-
sels and cargo Ieti- l ,e, and in ijii'--. on
"the Florida Reef during the year ending
31st D,_.,1'eini,.a, i84o5, is ..t7^ O, O. The
.-v whole ain,uni ,f s ;iv .,a s awarded is .-1 -1. -
.. 592, and[l t;he whole amount of salvages,
wharfages,' storages, rl,,iiii, labor, fees for
officers of the court, all other expenses, is
*l. 0.,.70" ,1- ,'li.'_ the ye;r- previous to the
last the whole arnount of property wrecked
and in distress was ,7"-',000; the salvage
was .9'-! 71", ,i,,, all olh,-r e lr. s and
-charges were in,.'.;"',i..-I, i ,, 1 ,iii .- about
(,.11,111for duties. During the last year a
larger 'I i,,,,,itr of ',r-_t,,:,iv was saved than
duringthe year previous .ilih,,n,.i the sum
paid for saving it is P..;J- less,, There
alre employed in crusing and saving this
property about 16 regular licensed vessels,
,with ci,:V, aP-rr.irII, about 10 men each,
besides sever-il wI-titA ..,11,'l.-; and small
boats occasionally employed. The salvages
are ,l,:-iJ.l:,l I'y Court established her'e for
.that purpose, "and eaech vessel en-gaged in
the business &ft wre,'k',i4i is licensed by the
Judge.' Thlir? i,.ii',t good faith and good
'conduct on the' part of the wreckers is re-
quired of them by thle Court and enbezzle-
ment of cargo or other misiconiduct being
.always followed by a (brfeiture of Salvage
T'has latterly been of rare occurrence. The
'town of !Key West contains a papnit'rion of
.alout 1400 souls, who derive tli_.ur liveli-
:hood mainly fromt the the profits of Wreck-
ring, fishing manufacture of salt, general
,Ii .ir- com m erce' and other ,:,,,lii ,:1 ,,, i~ii' h
;gro-,ing out of these. It: possesses one
SEp:.scopalian and ohe Methodist ehureh
with sunday schools and both of" which are
well-attended'.-Ilt has several ,l:i, s,.1,,-,,,l.
:and bomplin~g schools and boarding houses.
Three hundred and forty-nine vessels, with
'an aggregate tonnage ,,l 25,._179, 21,000 men
entered and elered at Key West during the


-last year. About 25,000!,,-lwlrs of salt are
annually made, on the island by solar evap-
oration; Its beauty and quality are unsur-
passed."
SUSPrI:< TED SLAVER.-The ship Panther,
Passed Midl~ii],iiii;ii H.,S. NEWCOMB, CoM-
mander, a prize to the U. S. ship Yorktown,
Capt. C. H. Bell, arrived at this port yester-
6: 'v, in 77 days from Kabende'r, (Africa).
The Panther was bound to Providence, (R.
I.) but put, into this port on account of
.stress of weather, being short of provisions,
,and sickness on board. She was captured
in cOii,,qnence of suspicions being enter-
"itained that she was engaged in the slave
trade, and has been sent to the United States
..for trial.
Thle Yorktown was left at Kabender to
proceeded ulp the coast it a few days. She
;had captured at sea, Sept, 25th, American
schi. Ptiti r,ft Capt. Davis, suspected of,
*^ slatrn, and placed prize master Lieut. W.
Chandtler, -n board, The P. sailed from
31ourovia 6th Nov. for New-York. 30th,
Nov., captured American bark Pons, Capt.
Galliani [Portugese,] with 9000 slaves on
board. S,-ti her to Monrovia to land the
tnegroes, Lieut. R. C. Cogdell acting as
prize rmaster.. The Pons, had been previ-
-ously seized by H. B.-M. brig Cygnet but
'was released in a few days.
The Panther has experienced much bad
weather, and is in a lr,ikv condition. 30th
Jan., lat. 25 N. long. 57,W. saw an Eng-
lishbarque,'coloursuniiondown. ABritish'
ship, the Denizen, of Liverpool, alongside-
kept away for them-she had been boarded
by the ship and soon after capsized, no name


on lier sleru. '.''tll Feb., Lat. 3.4 I'. ",'". 3, 1
boarded American brig Hietorian, Milliken,
3 days from New-York to Nassau, received
a supply of provisions from her-same day
spoke brig Atlantic, bound to New-Haven.
],[Ii|'.,:irj ,on du'ty in the Panther. Midshipman B.
,S. Cushman was attached to the Patuxentj
arid Master's- IMite .J. C. Lawrence to the
Pons. Capt. J. M. Clapp, the former mas-
ter, ,..aine honre in the Panther.
The follqWiug is a list of the officers of
the York-town, left on the Coast of Africa:
"Com. C. H. Bell; Lieut. H. A. Steele;
Surgeon W. L. Van Horn; Purser J. N.
Hambleton; Assistant Surgeon L. J. Will-
i.ams A,_tiug Master S. Edwards; Midship-
man F. A. Rae ; Clerk D. St. Leon Porter;
Boatswain J. Lewis; Gunner T. M. Cro'ck-
er; Carpenter H. Lindsey. A11 well.
[ Charleston Courier, I1Ith inst.
It appears frm a table in the Louisiana
State Treasurer's, Report, the value of lan-
ded property assessed for 1844 was $101,-
.-*, '7-,10. The number of slaves 173,-
120; of horses, mares, and mules, 67,038;
of horned cattle, 367,990; of retailers of
goods, 707; 'of taverns, 66, of grogshops,
259 ; ofaphothecaries and notaries, 24 ; of
four'wheeled carriages, 1,558; of two wheel-
ed do. 771, and of billiard tables, 63. The
tax on landed property was $141,738 02; on
slaves, $173,120 ; on other taxable proper-
ty, $43,373 54-tot!l, $358,231 56-.
'The Governor of Massachusetts has ap-
pointed Thursday, the 2d day of April
next, to be observed as aday of public Fast-
ing and Prayer, throughout the Common-
wealth.

City XCouincil Proceedingg.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, )
TUESDAY EVENING, March 17, '46.
Council met. Present, _Councilmen, Messrs.
Guyon, Green, Hancock, Rinaldi, and Day.
The Mayor being absent, Dr. Green 'moved,
seconded by Mr. Day, that Mr. Guyon take the,
Chair. Adopted.
.The minutes of the three last meetings were
Yead and approved.
The Clerik. reported a eo-mmunlcatio'a on his
table from the Mayor, which on motion of Mr.
Green., seconded by Mr. Day, was read by the
Clerk, wherein he.tendered his resignation as
II j-,.:.r A-I. the City.
lI' I;'1.., reported the certificate of the Inspec-
tors of the late election, that Mr. Calvin P.
Allen was elected a Councilman.
Whereupon Dr. Green expressed his doubts
as to the eligibility of Mr. Allen, arid moved
that the members be allowed to address Mr. Al-
len (he being present) on the subject of his being
a housekeeper, and 'that Mr. Alien have the pri-
vilege of being heard in reply. Adopted.
Dr. Green presented the following resolution,
which was adopted :
Resolved, That the members of the City Coun-
cil are not satisfied with the qualifications of Mr.
C. P. Alien, who was recently elected to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. W.
C. Lawrence, and that he is not entitled to a seat
as member of the present Council.
I Mr. Day moved, duly seconded, that further
action, on the communication received from the
AMj.'.r, be postponed until the next meeting.
A .7. i.: I.
On ir option, the Council then adjourned.


f e,>i,:r a ,[,,- i r iit. Iltll,-'i h in rn -'.i I,, pr.,-es w ere
Iul.ly as high as at the close of last week. Since
then the market, although characterized by a quiet.
demand, has maintained its former steadiness, and
notwithstanding that in some instances purchasers
may have been efiected on easier terms; yet, as a
general rule, holders continue to preserve great
firmness, and have carefully abstained from press-
ing their stocks upon the market. The sales of
Wednesday amounted to 4800, and those of yes-
terday to 2800 bales, on both of which days the
market Wore a languid appearance, as buyers were
indisposed to operate in the absence of later ad-
vices from the North. After the arrival of the
mail, this morning, there was a good deal of in-
quiry for Cotton but, generally speaking, holders
demanded such full prices as to check operations,
and the sales did not exceed 3500 bales, making
the total business of' the past three days 11,100
bales.
Most of the business transacted during the past
few days has again been for the North and for the
Continent of Europe, whilst English buyers con-
tinue to operate on a moderate, scale. A few pur-
chases have likewise been made for the Mexican
market. Notwithstanding the heavy receipts at
the beginning of the week, there is but a limited
show of samples on factors tables. Our previous
quotations are continued.
The sales of the week amount to 22,200, and
those of the past three days comprise 11,100 bales.
Liverpool classification--Louisiana and Missis-
sippi-Inferior, 5 a 5-* Ordinary, 6 a 63- ; Middling,
6L a 6j; Good Middling, 6s a 7- ; Middling Fair,
71 a 7q; Fair, 7i a 8.j ; Good Fair, Si a 9 ; Good
and Fine, 9- a 00.


"REGATTA."




A AIL BOAT RACE will come off'on Mon-
d:ty the 23d instant, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
for Sloops of not over twenty tons burthen, under
jib and mainsail, for a Silver Cup, of the value
of Fifty Dollars, to the first boat, and Thirty
Dollars to the second best boat in the race. En-
trance, Ten Dollars.
Robert May enters sloop boat Robert AMay."
Henry D. Dardeu enters sloop boat "Arrow."
Wright & Floyd enter stoop boat Some."
Stone & Green enter sloop boat ,Josephine."
Hughes & Schfiftr enter sloop boat Consti-
tution."
Stillman Smith enters sloop boat 1Fawn."
Darden & Hawley enter sloop boat "1 Be/le."
The distance to be sailed is estimated at sixteen
miles, and the contemplated course from town,
through the Crooked Channel to the turn stake,"
doubling it to the northward and eastward, thence
to St. Vincent's Oyster Bar Stake, doubling and
leaving it on the starboard hand, and thence re-
turning by the same course to the starting point.
Should a change of course be deemed necessary,
on account of winds, the Judges will give timely
notice.
No boat will be'permitted to use oars, or other
sail than jib and mainsail, under penalty of for-
feiting her chance for the purses, or otherwise
violate the conditions of jle race.
The boats are to be sailed as shall seem best to
the cockswain of each. The start and such other
preliminaries as are necessary for the day's sport,
will be announced on the morning by the under-
signed.
A storm or dead calm will cause a postpone-
ment. CHAS. S. TOMLINSON,
WM. A. KAIN,
S. H. HARTSHORNE,
BENJ. ELL1SON,
GIDEON PARKER.
Apalachicola, March 21, 1846.
Cliatlahoochee Hotel.
THE subscriber takes pleasure in
Sinforming the traveling community
B i that he has taken charge of the above
I establishment, situated immediately
on the banks of the river, where t6e
traveller may find a comfortable and quiet resting
place and thereby avoiding the many inconve-
niences which they have heretofore been sub-
ject to.
The U. S. Mail steamer Agnes, from Apa-
lachicola, arrives on Sunday and Wednesday at
5 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Monday and Thursday
at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western Mail arrives
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 o'clock,
A. M ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-
days at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrives
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock,
A. M. ; departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-
pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via
Quincy and Tallahassee, arrives Mondays, Wed-
nesdavs and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs
Tuesday, Wednesdays and Sundays at 6 o'clock,
P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and
Thursday at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesdays
and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M.
The House and Furniture are entirely new,
the servants thoroughly drilled in their business,
and all will use their utmost endeavors to make
the time pasts pleasantly to the traveller.
A. G. MARSHALL,
Agent for the Proprietor.
Chaattahoochee, March 17, 1846. 12-tf


WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT.

ARTICLES. D. C. D. C.
-A-G--GiN-G-K-nfutcky, yd 11 a 12
Dundee, yd 16 a 17
Peanut, vd a 13
BALE ROPE, Kentucky, "lb 5 a 61
Northern, lb
Manilla, lb a 8
BREAD, Navy, cwt 3 a 4
Pilot, cwt 5 a 6
COFFEE, Rio, Ib 8k a '9
Havana, lb 71 a 7-1
Java, Ib 10) a 13
CANDLES, Sperm, lb 30 a 35
CORDAGE, Manilla, lb a 10
Hemp, lb 11 a 12
Tarred, lb 12 a 14
CIDER, Northern, bbl 600 a
DOMESTIC GOODS-
Brown Shirtings, yd 6.1 a 7i
Sheetings, yd 74 a 9
Tickings, yd 12 a 2. 0
Cottonades, yd 14 a 22
Calico Prints, yd 6 a 25
Kentucky Jeans, yad 25 a 55
DUCK, Russia, yd 18 a 20
DYES, Log w'd, Campeachy,, ton
4' St. Domningo, ton
Fustic, ton
Indigo, lb
FLOUR, Northern, bbl 6 5O a 7 00
Western, bbl 5 75 a 600
FISH, Cod, box 2 50 a 4 50
Mackerel, No. 1, bbl a 12 00
No. 2, bbl 600 a 700
No. 3, bbl 500 a 600
HERI RING, box
FRUIT, Almonds, lb
Raisins, box 275 a 300
Prunes, lb
Currants, lb 14 a 14
Figs, ("rum
Lemons, box
FURS. Otter,
FF;ATHERS, lb
GRAIN, Oats, bush 50 a 65
Corn, bush 62 a 65
GLASS, box 300 a 10 00
HAY, cwt 100 a 12,5
HIDES, Green, lb 3 a 3.1
Dry, country, lb 6Q a 7j
IRON, Engish, lb 4k a 5
Swedes, lb 5 a 6
Hoop; Ib a 8
Sheet, Ib 8 a 10
4 Nail Rods, 1) 6Q a 7.1
Casting. American, lb 4 a 6
LUMBER-
Boards, White Pine, M
66 Yellow M 700 a 10 00
Staves, M
White Oak Heads, X
'C, Heading, MD-1
LEAD, Bar, lb 5 a 6
Sheet, lb 10 a 12
LIME, bbl
MOLASSES, gal 27 a 23
NAVAL STORES, Pitch, bbl 200 a 250
Oakum, bale 800 a 10 00
Rosin, bbl 150 a 200
Tar, bbl 250 a 3000
NAILS, keg 4350 a 5 N)
OILS, Linseed, gal 1 00 a 1 25
'Olive, bottle 50 a 57
Sperm, gal 112 a 150
Lard, gal
Tanners' gal
Ca,;tor, bottle I 75 a 2 00
PROVISIONS, Pork, Mess, bblt12 50 a 13 00
c M. 0. bbl!1 50 a 12 00
Prime, bb 1100 a 1150
Bacon Hams, lb 9 a 9k
canvassed, lb 10 a 11
Sides, Ib 6Q a 7
Shoulders, lb 5; a 6
,LAR5> Sb a 9
13BUTTrE, lb 18 a 25
CHF.i'-E, ]b 8 a 10'-
PnTA'roE1S, bbl 2 50 a 3 50
PEANUTS, bush 40 a 45
IRLICE, cwt 5 00 a 6 0)
SPICES, Cassia, lb: 24 a 25
Cloves, lb 37 a 50
Ginger root, lb 9 a 10
ground, lb 11 a 12
Nutmegs, lb 212 a 2.50
Pepper, lb 18 a 20
SUGARP, N. Orleans, lb 63 a 7,J
Old crop N. 0, lb 6 a 7
Loaf, lb 12 a 14
SALT, Liverpool, sack 1 00 a 1 12
Coarser, bush 62. a 75
STEEL, Cast, cwt 18 00 a 25 00
German, cwt 12 00 a 15 80
SOAP, lb 51 a 6
SPIRITS, Brandy, Cognac, gal 2 50 a 3 50
Gin, Holland, gal 1 50, a 175
American, gal 40 a 42
Rum, N. E. gal 37 a 40
Whiskey, Rect. gal 24 a 25
Alcohol, gal 621 a 75
SKINS, Bear, 1 50- a 2 00
Deer, 7 a 9
SHOT, all sizes, b I 5 5- a 6-L
TOBACCO, lb 12-a 75
TEA, Young Hyson, lb 45 a 1 00
Souchong, lb 50 a 75
TIN,
TIWINE, Baling, Ib 18 a 20
Seine, Ib 40 a 50
WINES, Maderia, gal 1 00 a 3 00
Champagne, doz 10 00 a 15 00


RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Emily-107 bales cotton to Harper
& Holmes; 14 to Hill, Dawson & Co.
Per steamer Albany-153 bales cotton to Sims
& Cheever; 79 to J H & J M Hull; 64 to J Day
& Co; 50 do and 1 box tobacco to Lockhart
Young; 3 do to B S Hawley.
Per steamer Eufaula-78 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 80 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 12 to
McKay & Hartshorne; 6 to Dodge & Pratt; 5.to
Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Cliarleston,-4i2 bales cotton to
Harper & Holmes; 201 to Kimbrough & Co; 71 to
Wylie & McKenzie; 65to T Preston: 16 to Mc-
Kay & Hartshorne; 1 bate hides to Ls Fred E
Dugas.
Per steamer Agnes-1 bale cotton and 2 boxes
tobacco to D G Raney: 1 bale hides and 10 boxes
tobacco to Thos Preston.
Per steamer Apalachicola-229 bales cotton to
Wm G Porter t Co.
Per steamer Champioj:-1T6 bales cotton to W
H Kimbrough & Co; 150 to Harper & Holmes;
126 to Wmn G Porter & Co; 107 John C Maclay;
.103 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 89 to J T Passon; 69
to McKay & Hartshorne; 45 to Bugbee & How-
ard; 36 to Wylie & McKenzie; 42 do and 14 sacks
groundpeas to Lockhart & Young; '9 bales cotton
and 7 sacks meal to I W Perry.
Per steamer Augusta-104 bales cotton, 3 boxes
tobacco to Wm-m H Potter Co; 2-,26 bales cotton
to Harper & Holmes; 157 to McKay & Harts-
horne; 75 to W A & P C Kain; 35 to Charles
Rogers & Co;'46 to Sairford & Butt; 2 to Hill,
Dawson & Co; 1 to Lockhart & Young.
Per steamer Agnes-40 bales cotton to Lockhart
& Young; 9 to TTeKay & lartshorne: 7. do and 2
boxes tobacco to Wylie & McKenzie; 6 do to B
S Hawley; 3 bales colton and I box tobacco to
order.
Per steamer Mi4,ary A Moore-511 bales cotton
Lockhart & Young: 301 to McKay & Hartshorne;
SO to V/yli'e & MeKenzie.
Per steamer Emily-305 bales cotton to Hnarper
& Holmes; 248 to W A & P C Kain; 192 to
Hill, Dawson & Co: 28 to S Cassin; 16 to D B
Wood & Co: 19 to Chas Rogers & Co; 28 to Bug-
bee & Howard.
*EXPORTS.
LIVE RPOOL-Per ship Ocean Queen-2,427
bales cotton.
NEW YORK-Perlship B Aymar-1296 bales
cotton.
PROVIDENCE-Per ship Edwin-967 bales
cotton.
FALL RIVER-Per bark Providence-1149
bales cotton.
PHILADELPHIA-Per bark Rio-440 bales
cotton.


PORT OF APALACHICOLA........ March 21.
CLEARED.
March 17-Ship Ocean Queen, McBride, for
Liverpool, by J Day & Co.
Ship Edwin, Pierce, for Providence, by T L
Mi,.. i~el.
March 18--Bark Rio, Harding, for Philadel-
phia, by T L Mitchell.
Brig Maria L Hill, Rogers, for New Orleans,
by Charles Rogers & Go.
March 20-Ship B !Avmar, Carver, for New
York, by Nonrse, Stone &- Co.
chr D S Gregory, Young, for New Orleans.
AMarch 21-Bark Providence, Vinson, for Fall
River, Wm 'T Wood.
Schr Octavia, Churchill, for New Orleans.
A R RIVED.
March 14--Schr D S Gregory Young, f'm New
Orleans.
March 1l-Brig Maria L Hill, Rogers, fin New
Orleans. to Chas Rogers & Co.
Brig Morea, Conway, fin Pensacola, to Nourse,
Stone & Co
March 18-Schr Octavia, Churchill, fm New
Orleans.
March 19-Ship Dauntless, Rogers, fmLiverpool.
March 2 ,--:l.,i, Urgent, Rogers, f61 Liverpool.
Schr Letoy, Bedell, fin New York, to Dodge
& Pratt.
Steamer A:-,. ]2,;'near, fm Chattahoochee
Steamer (, .[ I', ..., Cadwallader, fm Columbus..
Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Eufaula.
Steamer A ,f. H'll, from Columbus.
Steamer 1;.. ,.;li ..I Sutton, from Eufaula.
Steamer Emily, IRoland, fm Columbus.
Steamer Enfaula, Barnet, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Albany, Griffin, fm Albany.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus.
Extract from a 'letter to a gentleman in this city,
from Key West, under date of llth inst.:-
The Brig MOXEY is now d; ..lin- at Tift's
wharf, cargo of staves, having been ashore on
Logerhead Key, Tortugas. She was bound from
New-Orleans to New-Haven, Conn.
The Ship SOUTHIPORT, Captain GI"FFITtH, ran
ashore on East Key, Tortugas, on or about the 3d
inst. ; was got bffwith assistance of wreckers and
arrived here night before last.
The ship does not leak and will probably not
discharge cargo, and as soon as the salvage can be
settled will proceed on her Voyage. She was
bound froth Charleston to Apalachicola with part
of cargo rice, &c.J

LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Marianna, Phillips, 379 tons, for New York, load-
Ir.'---._.: .' & Hartshorne.
Huron. Weeks, 514 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
J Day &, Co.
Geo Skolfield, Skolfield, 414 tons, for N York,
loading-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Alexander, Leeds, 591 tons, fm Havre, waiting-
Master.
Dauntless, Rogers, 698 tons, fm LiU.rr.,..-I, wait-
ing--Master.
Urgent, Rogers, 622 tons, fm Liverpool waiting
-Master.
BARQUES.
Due de Orleans, Robertson, fm New York, wait-
Robeit \" .r, .Iohnson, tons, fm Liverpool,
waiting--Hill, Dawson & Co.
Jane E Williams, Parker, 396 tons, for New York,
l.. ,.:] ,.:- D..:L__.e & Pratt.
Ci'i!r.., 1 ,l, P'..'>:.r, 402 tons, for Liverpool,
loading--J Day & Co.
Mary GTi!._, -l. G-.....,. 372 tons, fori Boston,
,,1,,i!,,._ r) ], \\,,,, & C o.
Euclid, Davison, 501 tons, fm Berbice, waiting-
Bugbee & Howard and Ls Fred E Dugas.
BB.TGS.
Wm L Jones, Tyler, 220 tons, for New York,
loading-Dodge & Pratt.
Morea, Conway, 261 tons, for New York, load-
ing--Nourse, Stone & Co.


13. F. NOURSE, 1
Ls. FRED. E: DUGAS, Committee
J. DAY, of
C. H. AUSTIN, | Appeals.
S. H. HARTSHORNEJ
T- D. DARDEN,7]
CHAS. ROGERS, 1
R. G. PORTER, CGommittee
S \dL CASStN, i- of
H- G. GUYON, Arbitration.
T. L. MITCHELI
W. W. SIMS, j


JBalsaim of Liverwort.
A REMEDY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of. their incipient symptoms,
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is,
and has been for .a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been lostt incredible, but the conclusive proofs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. -Franklin says a small leak will sink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs before
your hmgs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
Apalachicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLOB'9
BALSAMTJ OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any, other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it is
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21, 1846. 12-1y
AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 16,1846.
Framhimi Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.


Wanted to Purchase for Cash.
A NEGRO BOY, -from 13 to 20 years of age
suitable for taking care of a horse and
waiting in the house. Apply to
mchl4 WOOD & CO, 32 Water-st, .


6


REMARKS ON THE MARKET.
CoTToN.-Since Tuesday, we-have had a very
quiet market, purchaser's manifesting but little dis-
position to operate, while factors have not pressed
their cotton upon the market, but have been indif-
ferent sellers unless at full prices. NWe make no
,change in our quotations, the few sales made be-
ing at about our figures.
LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.


Notice.
ALL Executors, Administrators', and Guar-
dians, heretofore commissioned by the .Coun
tv Court of Franklin County, will be6 expected
to make their annual settlements on or before the
1st Monday of April next in the Probate's office,
of said county, or default therein will be, noted
against them.
L. W. SPRATT, Judge Probatea*..
Apalachicola, March 14, 1846. mchl4 11--31
Iron, Naili, iOc.
T HE subscribers have on hand and for safe,
wholesale and retail, 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' A)'ndifonsf,
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs,
Hooks and ThiniblL.s, Blocks, Pump BoXes,
Marlin Spun Yarn;'Manilla and Hemp Cordage,
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar, Rosini, ,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil',
Paints and Brushes, Rigging and Pump Leafikf,
Matts, Pumps and Bu.-, k ts,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
Marc:h 14r ROBERTS, ALLEN & 06..
Sheriilfs -Sale.
BY virtueof'a writ of fferi facias', issued frorim
J-hthe Clerks Office of the Circtuit 'Coufr'for the
couuty of Franklin, Western Ci7rcit of Florida;
wherein Holbrook Nelson & Co. are plaintiffs and
Geo. F. Baltzell is detft, I have evied.'upon, and
will expose for sale, before thfe Court Hulise dovr
in the city of Apalachicola, on M'-ndav, the 6th
day of April iiext, within 1egal huf;r, the fol-
lowing described pro.p.elity, to %it: Tte one un -
divided half of Lots number one and twenty in
Block F. 1, and the iiipr.o.%eieriets i'tieieon, "in
the said city of Apalachicola. 'Levied Uipon ,as
the property of said deftiijant, and to be sold'to
satisfy said writ, *? JOHN LUC AS,
Sli.rl' Franklin County.
Apalachicola, March 7; 18416.. ts


-Inferior........... .. ... '5 a 5}
Ordinaryv........ ........ 6 a 6
[ ,i i i. ... ................ 6Q a 61
' ..... -I ) il,,il g ... ..7 a 7 i
Middling Fair...........-- a 7j
Fair ................... 7U a 8
Good Fair.............a8 a 81


1845.
39- a 4j
44 a 51
4Q a 5
-a 5.j
53 a 51
5 a 6
nominal.


FRE IGHTS.-Since Tuesday no engagements for
Foreign ports have come to our knowledge,-
,Coastwise there is much activity ahd the rates
ir'.,. ,given;
"QUOTATIONS : ,
To Liverpool ............1-2 a 17-32d per lb.
New York..... .... ........ ..5-8c. "
Boston..................... .5-8c. "
l' ...^ ,i .*.*.* .. .. '; .. ... 5-8c.


Alphonse Loubat,
VS.
George W. Harrison and Marga-
ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
David G. Raney and Harriet F.
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud-
son, Alexander McAlpin and
Ogden Haggerty, Assignees of Bill to foke-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.;; 'James close miort-
Bogart and John N. Hawthorn, gage on lots
constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. 9 and
& Hawthorn; David Maitland, 12 in block
David S. Kennedy, Henry La- El, in the
verty, James S. Branden and city of Ap-
Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola.
the firm of Branden & Murray;
Crumby and Dra-
per, constituting the firm of
Crumby & Draper; -- Wil-
son and Gale, visible
partners of the firm of Wilson,
Gale & Co. and James Brow.i
IT appearing' to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the above named defendants do not reside
within the State of Florida, but within the
United States; It is therefore ordered; that pub-
lication be made in the Commlnercial Advertiser,
once a week, for the space of four months, of the
institution of said suit, requiring them to appear
and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or
before the-expiration of that time, or said bill
will be taken as confessed against them and such
further order given in the premises as to the
Court may seem meet.
(A Copy--Teste.)
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.,
March 20, 1846-12-4m
Franklin County.
FIRST DISTRICT JUSTICE'S COURT. /
A. G. Semmes, ) '
vs. Attachment.
Aaron B. Marvin.
rpHE defendant is notified of the institution of
JI the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable'
to the April term of said CQu. t.


,,,,,~,-~ ,~ L7~~ ---- -L_


CU'TT'ON 'STATE,_MEN T. Last
-- year.
Stock on hand 1st Sept.... ..... 4
Received past 3 days............ 3,646
previously .........74,665
Total .... bales "-78,315 118188
Exported past 3 days......I...; .6,279
4 previously..........45,387
Total............-- 51,66678989

On hand and on shipboard not c(-. ;,. 26,649 39199


fr.' 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. March 7.


EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALAOHIOOLA,
Commencing 1st .Sept'ember, 1845-and same
time in 1844.
|"P ~, Ir,.,7- F-,
'v i ^ r p r -:i...i ;- ', o ,.J J.,,,,,-I', |" *' *l .- I" .'., ,u
L i',. - .".....l .. .. .. .. "*2t'2 _,I2 ; !-._,:,n "*2,1.1.1:;
H avre .... ... .... ....... ...... 1312
N antz... ... ...... I '!I
T rieste ............... ...... ...... ... ... .l 87
Genoa..... .... ...... ...640
Other ports .... ....... ... ...
Total to For. Ports. 7.2427 .16123 -. 2*'r2i
New York...... .. 12'.6 13544 .14840 .22066
Boston........ 7494 .7494 .17271
Providence ... .. .967 ..3932 ..4899 ..6302
Plnil ,.M i.i; ...... ...... 440 ....... .440 ..1276
Baltimore ............ ...... .. 1662 .1662 .1053
New Orleans......... ....... 2172 ..2172 ..3850
Othef ports..............1149 ..- 460 ..1609 ... 931
Total Coastwise .... .. 3852 .29264'.33116 .54168
TOTAL-BALKS... ... ...... .51666 .78989


"Salls Souci,"
RESTAURANT, BILLIARD AND 'REAX)NG
Ri"OOM,.
Corner Commerce and Cenfre Streeto. :


BY R.; E. RAIMOND.


OYSTERS-Fried, Pi,.iled, Roasted, Ste'w*ed}
Pickled and in the Shell. ..
WELSH RAREBITTS) '
POACHED EGGS, ,'
BIRD ,LFUPFERS. '
".-j- Priare Spper Rooms. >". :
HO,-)T LUNt7H veryday from i toi l
Families and visitors supplied with Oyster? b
the barrel or gallon-.,f March 14,,
"Rope.
300 COILS, for sale by ,
300 march14 D B WOOD & CO.'


NEW ORLEANS, March 13.
CoTToD-Arrived since the 10th inst., 18,468
bales. Cleared in the same time 4,519 bales-
making a reduction in stock of 13,949 bales, and
leaving on b, ....i, inclusive of all on shipboard riot.
cleared this day, a stock of 189,213 bales.
We stated in oar review of Tuesday-night last
that the transactions in Cotton at the commence-
ment of the week had- been on a moderate scale,
which had imparted to the market a somewhat


A, G. SEMMES.
12.3m


Al-Il~~li :19; 'P8lij.


Drugs and Medicines.
f THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-
CINES, which be will warrant pure
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find ht
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of thedavor niglit.
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre aird Commerce sts.








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Proclamation,
BY, THE GOVERNOR,
B;iY virtue,,of th'e provisions of an'act of th(
jJGeneral A..'?ro,)l.% of this State, entitled
".An Act to organize the Militia of the State o
Florida," approved December 27, 1845, 1, WILI
I.iWf D. MOSELY, GOvern.'r of" Florida, do hereb
'Proclaim that an EiEct.ori vwill be held on th
Firi.t Monday in apri ri.''e.. f.:.r ,ll the Divisior
Brigade, and Reg-i-nental -efi.irs of the Militi
.,. of the State, as ,l.,..v_:
For one MT4ii.r General of the First Division a
the State of Fk.'lda, composed of that part (
the State West of t0- S,ivan i.:e River. For on
Mijor General of the -Second Division of th
Staot of Flori.a, c.:imp.:,s.- of that part of th
State Ea3t of the Sw,'ane:-. Rivei', and known
East and S-.urh Fl'.rHi.
For one BrgidPr G(ener.-il for the first Brigade
composed of t;,,? M iliri% west of the Apalachi
cola. For one Biisga.Ji.,;r General of the second
Brigade, rompsel ofl' the Militia east of th
Apli.ihiri-,ll.ind west of the Suwanee. Fo
-one Brigidier G(_,,:rir.l of the third Brigade, corn
posed of thie_ Militia of the-counties of Colum
bia, Alachu;, Levy, llMiri,,n, Benton and Hills
borough.' For ovi.1 Brn-'.dicr General of the
fourth Brigpo, c-",mp., f',:-',t" the Militia of th
counties of Nassni, Duval, St. Johns, Orange
St. Lucie, Dade and .Monr.me. '
For one Colonel, one Liedtenant Colonel, and
one Majnr, for each R?-,2irn.?,,t. as follows:
For the first Ra-'iment., c imposed of the Mili
tia of E.-jmbhn ind a.S.ita K.,_< counties. -
VFor the ?.-.n.nd R i_-.I[| -rt, ,:..reposed of the Mi
litia of W all.,1 n W .,ll ,,_.,.:.,I counties.
*For hle thirl Rd?: -rim'--, r.:.,nposed of the Mili
tia of Franlklin and Calhoun counties.
For the fourth Regiment, composed of the Mi
litia of Jackson ci.uii y.
For the fifth Regiment, composed of the Mili
tia of Gadsden county.
For the sixth R}Zinont, compi~?-d of the Mi-
litia of Leon and 'i'iilli counties.
For the seventh Regiment, composed of the
Militia of Jefferson 'county.
For the eighth Regiment, composed of the
Miliii iof.Madison and Hamilton counties.
For the ninth Regiment, e,_,mpisJ of the Mi-
litia of Columbia county;
For the tenth P;-1..,,munt, composed of the Mi-
litia of Alachua, Levy and Marion counties.
For the eleventh Regiment, composed of the
M1lilia 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 Reziric-it, composed of the
Mili/9 of Dade and Monroe counties.
And I do order that said Election be held at
the precincts in the several counties, at which
the general el..ti.,.:,, on the first Monday of Oc-
tober lajt, were ordered to be held, and by the
'Inspectors aplp.oit.I to. manage such elections];
and if such Inspectors for any cause'-fail or refuse
to act, then by such I,,qic-it.rs 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 dhr-1clv to the Governor
and Commander-in-Chi,:f, -" ithe Militia of this
State. A-rid I do further order, that the Inspec-
tors of the various precincts shall set up, twenty
days before th-e e ieti,:,n, in three or more public
places in their election dJi(ri-,t, notice of the
time of lir,'iig the election hereby ordered.
Given under my hand at the city of Tallahas-
see, this 20th day of Fc.hruar%, 1846.
V. ID. MOSELEY,
Governor of Florida, and Commander-in-Chief
of the Militia thereof. Feb 28 9-te
An Oini8iza1.ace.
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 l afvi and regulations as Lighters and
other craft that land goods upon the wharf of said
city.
Sec. 2. Be it fUrthn r" ordained, that it shall be
the duty of the Hirb..r Maattr to collect all mon-
eys due froom such Sfeajib-,rjti 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, M,,or.
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerki.
An Ordinance,
To repeal "i.n Ordinance in relation to Taxes,
4,c." .i-til 21st M ay, 1845.
Be it ordained by the Mlayor and Council of
the city of Apalachicola, that from and after the
passage of this Ordinance, the Ordinance passed
on the 21st May 1845, in relation to Taxes, &c.
is hereby repealed.
Passed by Counoil March2*;> I" 1''.
E. C. RO,-'', jor
W. VALr.E.XT, Clerk.:
AM OrdBBinance,
.11mending an Ordinace, entitled ".Jin Ordi-
nance Ricgiih,:,'iig the Licensing ofDrays,"
!{C., passe! .the 22d December, 1843.
SECTIoNr 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Apalachicola, that so
much of the ordinance of \vli.?lh this is an amend-
ment, as imposes the sum of" ten dollars for one
Horse and Dray, and fifteen dollars for two
Horses and Wagon, for the use of the city and
two dollars to the City Clerk for a License, be
and t he saie is here-by repealed.
SEC. 2. Be it further ordained, that each
Horse and Dray or cart, shall pay five dollars,
and every two Horses and Wagon shall pay eight
dollars annually for the' use of the city, at,, >,.,n
application to the clerk, he shall grant a license
as above for, which he shall receive the sum of


one dollar, for each license so granted. This or-
dinance'to take effect on and atter the first day of
May next.
Passed by Council, March 11, 1846.
E. C. ROBERTS, Mayor.
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
March 14, I,;''..
For Sale.
0 FIRKINS best Dairy Butter, better known
20 as "Latham's Butter." Apply to
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co.
On Consignment.
T HE subscriber has just received from the
r manufacturers and publishers a beautiful lot
of Paper .1 6in..-;i Foolscap and Letter Paper,
Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer
Books, etc., whichli he offers very low.
Feb 7 F. KOPMAN.
Sugar.
5 HHDS New Orlcans, of superior quality,
'for sale by
feb2S 9 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
For Sale.
BBLS MESS PORK; 20 1 bbls No. 1
20'JF Ma.-kerel; 20 J bbls No 2 Mackerel; 10
bhls Fulton Market Beef, for sale by
DODGE & PRATT,.
feb28 9 40 Water street.


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Apalachicola, Oct. 25, 1845


e-Afloat.
'homaston, for sale by
D. B. WOOD & Co.
TIONERY-50 reams Fool-
* Paper, Blank and School
&c. &c. for sale by
B. S. HAWLEY.


ENTUCKY ROPE; 500 lbs
gging Twine, for sale by
YEARSS & MITCHEL,
36 Water st.


A GOOD assortment of Cutlery, Razor Strops,
Pocket Books, Hair, Tooth and Cloth Brush-
es, for sale by
Dec 5 B. S. HAWLEY.
Removal.
M tILLER & CO. have removed their stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing, &c., from the corner,
of Water and Chestnut streets to the store ow
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, &e. &c.
Oct. 25,61845. 43--tf


Perfumery.
COLOGNE, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex-
tracts, Violeta, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal,
&c. Soaps, Preston Salts., Otto of Roses, &c.
Jan 24 3 C. ALLEN.
Goods on ColigBlnell.
A SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting o
Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco,
Gunpowder, Brandy, &c.:, is offered at New
York Invoice prices, by
jan3l 5 17NoURSE, STONE & CO.-


Thte National Press, Regal Notfus Rurmifutrators' Xoturs .......
A JOURNAL FOR HOME: A Repository of
he, A Letters; a Record of Art; a Mirror of Pass- Wes7 r Circuit of the Stt o OTICE-r o al p1 i t
d, ing Events. To be published every Saturday, at Western Circuit of the State Of "VTOTICE-Know all persons interested, that A
of two dollars a year, in advance. GEORGE P. Florida. .N1 six weeks from the date of this notice, I
X- MORRIS, Editor andProprietor. IN FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT. will apply to his honor the Judge of Probate for
by A number of the most eminent literary persons Henry D. Darden, Assumpsit by attachment. the county of Franklin, for letters of administra-
he of this country, have proposed to the undersigned Plaintiff. Sum demanded, tion upon the estate of Stephen T POSkiTmande-|
n, to publish, under the above title, a refined and vs $11,58912. ceased SILAS DAVENPORT. ....i..
ia valuable Newspaper, upon a plan combining the Daniel McDougald, Bond filed in $24,000. Apalachicola, Fa., March 6, 1846. 10-6w
hiDhest resources of National Talent wvith the best Deedat .,TOTICE--Six months after date I will apply ioR ustheaCUrenofr
highst esorce ofNatona Taentwit th bet rHE defendant and all others interested will tthPrbeCotofFnkiCuty DarheGo,]
of elements of extensive popularity, and at so trifling T dto the Probate Court of Franklin County s-. lohs adGoutc
of an annual cost as will place it within the conve- .It. take notice that this suit was commenced for a final discharge from the administration and lency c or s
ie nient reach of all classes of society. The control by attachment issued 15th March, 1845, from office of executor of the estate of David Rich- Nov 5
he and management of this publication will form the Franklin Superior Court in the- Apalachicola ardson, deceased. Nov 5.
ie exclusive and undivided attention of the Editor- District of the Territory of Florida, returnable E. B. WHITMARSH. Tarrant's Co
as whose long experience, ample facilities and prac- to May Term, 1845, of said Court-that the said Feb 21, 1846. 8-6m Cubebs
tised care, will be exerted to select, unite and wit hath by operation of law, been transferred to
e, harmonize the various skill which is willing to Franklin Circuit Court in the Western Circuit of -TOTICE-Six months after date the under-.
i- seek development under his direction The the State of Florida, that a declaration hath been NL signed will apply to the Judge of Probate
id Scope, Design and Character of this Paper will filed in said cause by leave of the Court at the forithe county of Jackson, for a final settlement
ie differ from those of any journals heretofore esta- present Fall Term, 1845, and that the defendant of the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said
or blished, while it will comprehend all that they is hereby notified that he is required to appear county, and a discharge from the office of Exec-
n- contain of importance to the community. The and plead to the declaration filed in said case ac- utrix of the last will and testament of said de-
n- contents will be fitted to engage the attention of cording to law. W. G. M. DAVIS, ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN,
s, the man of business, and be a source of'elegant THOMAS H. HAGNER, December 20, 1845. Executrix.
te instruction and entertainment to the Domestic Attorneys of Plaintiff. "TOTICE-The undersigned having recently
te Fireside and Family-Circle. Dated Dec. 19, 1845. 51-3m lN qualified as administrator on the estate of
e, The leading characteristics of this paper will 1n Circuit Court for Jackson Co, Henry Josey, late of Jackson county deceased,
be as follows: Frances Beatty,) requests all persons who are indebted to said es- w
d 1. Early and Copious Intelligence of all inter, vs. \ BILL FOR DIVORCE. tate to come forward and make immediate pay- ilar remedies would
esting occurrences in Literature, Society and Art, James Beatty. ment; and those to whom said estate is indebted speedy, and consider
i- both at home and abroad. FpHE defendant will take notice that I have to present their claims within the time prescribed lent dose of any sing
2. A Foreign Correspondence of tried popular- J. filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court, by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, disease is entirely pr(
i- ity and acknowledged merit has been engaged, interrogatories to be proposed to John Durham, Marianna, Nov. 4, ]845. [6m] Adm'r. tion. For sale by
and will be commenced with the first number. John P. Mayo, Darling Stewart and John Stew- -' TOTIPE-The undersigne havin n Nov5. J. (
i- 3. Productions in fiction, romance and histori- art, and that on the second Saturday in February O qICieTdua sinedoh e entl of a
cal narrative; Sketches of the taste an anes etIsal rcdt akthdnsio Nf- qualified as administrator on the estate of Cabinet
calnaraiv; Setbe o" te ase nd manners next, I shall proceed to take the depositions of Carey W. Josey, late of Jackson county deceased, THE s,
i- of the time; Essays, after the manner of the Tat- said witnesses, at the Court House in the town requests a llters onsh r ndebt ed to THE s
tier and Spectator, on subjects connected with of Marianna. A. H. BUSH, Plff's Att'y. sts all persons who are indebted to said es- to man
i- social interests; biographical notices and anec- Marianna, Dec. 30, 1845. tate to come forward and make immediate pay- Furnit
dotes, literary and professional; ben--mots; epi- rent; and those to whom said estate is indebted spatch, and solicits t
i- grams and elegant trifles of every kind; the ru- AT CHAMBERS, DEC. 5, 1845. to present their claims within the time prescribed ing) customers, and
mors of the day, and the comments that float upon Franklin Circilit Court, Florida, by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, orders to gain some
e the conversation of the hour :-materials of this Fall Term. Marianna, Nov. 4, 1845. [6m] Adm'r.
kind will form the ordinary staple of the work. IN CHANCERY. OTICE.Six months after date I will ap- ner Chestnut and third
e 4. The department of Criticism will exhibit a John Gorrie, On bill to foreclose N ply to the Probate Court of Franklin coun-
discriminating and popular survey of the Literary vs. mortgage on certain ty for a final discharge from the administration of Tho
i- productions of the day. There will be a thorough Lewis P. Moseley, and property. to wit: Lots te etoat of JoschaC. frotad s o BOOT AN
and careful chronicle of every thing of value ac- his wife Ann Mose- "No. 9 and 2 in Block the estate of CONp C BurdsalT.
j- complished in Painting and Sculpture, and a can- ley, formerly Ann No. one, in the City of A h, N 18 ....ness in A
did and patriotic estimate of the National pro- Gillespie. Apalachicola. Apalachieola, Nov. 1, 1845.te -l
e ductionz in comparison with other countries.- TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, Having su
Such exposition of the character and special ex- X1 that the above named defendants, Lewis P. State Tax Collector's Sale* fident, that all who
, cellencies of what Is exhibited in Music will be Moseley and his wife Ann Moseley, formerly Ann "DUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six they have called at t
constantly given, as may lead to the more intelli- Gillespie, reside beyond the limits of said State, P1_ months after date I will expose to sale at Skin and Morocco B(
e gent enjoyment of that most imaginative and de- but residents of the United States, to wit, the public outcry, opposite the Court House door, of the latest fashion
. licate branch of the Fine Arts. State of Alabama. It is therefore ordered, That in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin, All mending, &c., dc
5. No original papers will appear but those of the said defendants be required to appear'and an- the following Lots, lying and being in said City, titude, and on term;
e obvious and decided merit: and the selections swer the said Bill of Complaint, on or before the as the property of the following persons, for cognised as in keep
(which will commonly be from the foreign jour- sixth day of April next, orin default thereof, that Taxes due said State for the year 1845, as per trade and the closed
t nals the least known to this country) will be made the same be taken as confessed against them. plan of City. jan17 3-6t
ly with the utmost attention and care. dand it -is further ordered, That a copy of this Lots. \Blocks\ Owners. \ Taxes.
The predominant design of the Editor is to add order be published in the Commercial Advertiser, C 40 Campbell, 20 Ot
e to the Republic of Letters a Weekly Journal, dis- a newspaper published in the city of Apalachico- 9 and 12 El Calho n & Ross 1 60Vi lahicola, Fl
i tinctly and decidedly National in tone and fea- la, for four months successively. 18 H R M enze 30
e tures, and, at the same time, to avoid all connec- (Copy-Teste.) 7 and 1"2 B Wm. Mathers or assigns 2 95a N 1846, a runaw
_ tion with mere party politics. THE NATION- WILLIAM VALLEAU, 4 28 Dr. Meacham, 40 .ase oand says he b
o AL PRESS will, in brief, combine the striking December 13, 1845. 50-4m Clerk. I J H. N. Morris, 80 yarsden County, Plc
n and novel attraction of the Newspaper, with the 4n14 p DavidnSeldon,5 o years old, dark color
h more abiding interests of the higher class of pe- F ranklin Superior Court. 6 and aey, 1 high. The owner is
,r irodicals. It will be printed in the folio form, on William Wright, ) t r6 and $ C2 2 c ednEstate, 30 comply with the law
s large and superior paper, on a new and clear I JOH vs. S Attachment for ,5000. 2 22 hApalndenic, 30
2 type, obtained expressly for the purpose; and Daniel McDougald.ad JOHN L Shcir i t a C llecacro
y will be, in its whole arrangements and details, a THE Defendant and other persons interested and ex-Officio State Tax Collector.
c favorable specimen of the best typographical skill T are hereby notified of the institution of the Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 1846. 4-6m Twenty D
e of the country. In addition to these, and as one above suit, and are required to plead accordingly. IEING about to close their present business, OR the apprehe
of its most valuable peculiarities, it will be, in GEO. S. HAWKINS, the subscribers now offer for sale their large F- who absented hi
reference to the diversity of talent that will be J. C. SMITH, and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, urday last, without 1
employed upon it, the cheapest paper in the Att'ys for Plaintiff. Hats, Caps, &c., at greatly reduced prices for old, six feet high, bu
United States. Apalachicola, March 19, 1845. 49-4m cashonly. of his head, with an
Terms.--Two dollars a year, or three copies for George S. Hawkins, A COATSw: hich, with an impe
five dollars, invariably in advance. Attachment, Franklin Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coals; him, when he atter
It will be sent by mail to all parts of the Uni- As. G ....mes, Circuit Court, Damagesss do. ression, worthy t,
ted States, and to the British Provinces, done up John T. Smith. $1500. Sattilnet and cloth frock and sack do. and d rewardywint bI
in strong wrappers, with the utmost punctuality THE defendant is hereby notified of the insti- Tweed cassimere sack and frock do. penises paid.
and despatch. 1. tution of the above suit by attachment; re- Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do. Apalachia Tan
Postmasters are requested to act as Agents, re- turnable to the Spring Term, 1846, of said Court, PANTS : Apalachicola, Jan
ceive subscriptions and make remittances, at which time he is required to appear and plead. Blue and bl'k cloth Pants; Tarrant's Ei
The first number will be issued on Saturday, A. G. SEMMES, Aty for plffs. Super bl'k doe skin cass. Pants; Al
the fourteenth of February next. Jan. 2, 1846. 1-tf Plain stripe and fig'd do. do; TEALTH RENI
t That a probable estimate may be formed of the -- .,.--- Sattinett and Tweed do. do; and healthful
number of copies that will be required, subscri- Malta Nankeen Cotton Seed for Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do; by the use of TARR
bers would oblige the Editors by sending in their V T SETZER lvvvIv
names at as early a period as possible. Sale. P VESTS. SELTZER APERIE
Newspaper and periodical Agents and News- T HAVE a few hundred bushels of Yellow Plain black satin Vests; This preparation
men supplied on liberal terms. BVRGESS Nankeen Cotton Seed for sale at two dollars FoSd d. do. d; the most popular re
STRINGER & Co. 222 Broadway, Wholesale per bushel. This Seed is the growth of seed Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests; the prevention and
Agents. imported last year from the island of Malta, in -ALSO- and Liver Complaint
Subscriptions, orders, remittances, and all the Mediteranean sea, and were raised and ginned White linen and muslin shirts; ache, Heartburn, hat
communications, to be addressed (post paid) to on a plantation where no other Cotton grew. Figured do. do. do. Travellers and resi
GEORGE P. MORRIS, 222 Broadway, The Seed is therefore genuine. Samples of the Merino shirts and drawers; find it a desirable ar
Corner of Ann-st, New-York. Cotton can be seen at the office of Messrs. McKay Silk and cotton shirts and drawers; mutation of bile, is F
With those Editors who copy the above & Hartshorne at Apalachicola, and which are of Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, preparation is unus
Prospectus, the Editor will be most happy to ex- a superior quality, and Scarfs; have frequent occas
change, and, at all times, as always heretofore, The Seed can be forwarded by steamboat to Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton J Hose; purgatives; they will
to reciprocates the liberalities and courtesies of Apalachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and ference to any other.
the press, landing. Caps; also, a very large assortment of Boots Nov 5. J. C
Office of Publication, No. 222 Broadway, (cot- REUBEN" C. SHORTER, St. and Shoes, &.c. MILLER & Co. paints, 0
,ner of Ann-st.) New York, where subscriptions Eufaula, Ala., January 27, 1846. 5-8w TO Printers. GIBSO1
are received. Goods Cheap for Cash. TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR- WHOLESALE AN:
G BSON &. CLAPP, 22 Water street, have T HE subscriber being desirous of disposing ot NISHING WAREHOUSE. Paints, Oils, Varni!,
this day received per sehr Helen, from New 31_ his stock of Winter Goods, which is large TPHE subscribers have opened a new TYPE. G
Orleans and offer for sale and beautiful, as an additional inducement to his Jl_ FoUNDRY in the City of New York, where Will keep coaster
200 galls Linseed Oil; 200 lbs Putty; customers that of selling them off at cost and they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for meat of MIXED PAII
100 Refined Sperm Oil ; charges, and as an evidence of gratitude for the any kind of job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases, Boats, Shipping and t
50 boxes Glass assorted sizes ; favors heretofore received from his friends and Galleys, Brass Rule, Steel Column do. Compos- a variety of articles i
20 doz boxes Fancy Toilet Soap; the public, he now gives them an opportunity of ing Sticks, Chases, and every article necessary merousto mention.
i50 Ibs Tremont Starch; getting bargains, such as they can seldom meet for a Printing Office. House, Sign, and
50 kegs No. 1 White Lead; with in this country. Merchants fi'om the in- The Type, which are cast in new moulds, forom Glazing, done with
10 Paris Green; 10 do Chrome do; terior would do well to call and examine the an entirely new set of matrixes with deep coun- moderate prices, for
10 "' Chrome Yellow ;stock which is now offered as above, ters, are warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and 22
100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. feb28 9 FRANCIS KOPMAN. will be sod at prices to suit the times. Jan. 10, 1845.
N. B. I would again request those knowing Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam Ip(
--,.-, A Card. their indebtedness to call and settle up without Engines of the most approved patterns. 20r BOXES Roofi
"7"ISHING to close our business in this place, the necessity of notifying them further. Composition Rollers east for Printers. /U 30 do Tin
T' we are prepared to sell our extensive stoek Feb 7 F.K. A Machinist constantly in attendance to repair 50 bdls Sheet
of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at Presses and do light work. Braziers' and
unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance Drlag-s, Iedicines, &c. Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three Block Tin, L,
Merchants and others visiting this city, will find A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi- times as much type as their bills amount to, may Bucket Ears,
it tO their interest to examine our stock before ~* cines, &c. consisting in part of the follow- e-ive the above six months' insertion in their Da- r.,, r-o^A m


__ - -- b.11, ~ ~ ~ F.- Nai- t.as ,1J. u l, t,
making their purchases, ing articles :--50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and hf pers, and send their papers containing it to the tail, by
J. STEVENSON & CO. pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil; subscribers. Nov I RC
Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1846 jan17 3-tf 40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbls Copperas; 10 lbs COCKROFT & OVEREND, 68 Ann st.
-Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz New York, Aug. 6, 1845. 34-6m Flour
Blank Books and Stationery. London Mustard ; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs 0 BBLS Wester
EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c. Nutmegs; 15 hx Starch ; 20 hx Lemon Syrup TO Printers. 20
.L 50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper; 0 TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS'FUR- for sale by
SCotton Memorandum Books; kegs Pearlah; 2 gross Sdletz and SodaNISHINGWAREHOUSE.
Coton emoanum ook ;Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel; 20 doz Spts HE subscribers have opened a new Type feb28 9.
Ship and River Bills Lading; Turpentine, and a general assortment of' all arti- .1T undry in the city of New York, where Lim
Boooks for Letter Press. cles in the Drug line, for Country Merchants, they are ready to supply orders to any extent for
Just received and for sale by Planters and Physicians. For sale by 5 0 CASKS T1
Jut7 3eeiedanBfr SaleAbyE P.antersan6 Pyscin .FSrsA WLEb Y any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases,50 Jan 24
jan 3BGalleys, Brass Rule, STEEL CDecOLUMN RULE,
PAINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White Boots and Shoes. Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, ne- "ROOKS AND STA
Lead; 200 galls Winter Lamp Oil; 300 galls ]ROYS' and Men's Russet Brogans, cessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand _" scap and Letter
Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass; 500 lbs Put- -" Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans, materials. Books, Bills Lading,
ty ; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead, Gents fine Calf Brogans, The Type which are cut in imitation of the Dec 6
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do. English letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an
received and for sale by Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counters, Flavour
Dec 6 B. S. HAWLEY. Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots, are warranted to be unsuipassed by any, and will AN assortment jusl
Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots, be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished .Al_ Nov 29 J
Bagging and Rope. A large and extensive assortment, just received, by us is "hand cast." The types from any foun- Kf, COILS or Kt
A GOOD article of Power Loom Kentucky and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co. dry can be matched at this establishment. 50 superior Bag
13- Bagging and good Rope, for sale by Nov 29 41 Water street. Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Engines M
jan31 5 NOURSE, STONE & CO. On Consignment, of the most approved patterns. Dec. 27, 1845.
Bagging and'I o~e. 100 BOXES New Bedford Sperm Candles,. 1 Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
100 frsl o o ah yCOCKRoFT & OVEREND, Just
100 PCS. Kentucky Bagging, w for T WOOD Dec. 13, 1845. ly 68 Ann-st., New-York. A LARAE assortm
100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians. W T. WOOD, press of Harper
4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by Nov 29 42 Water street. 10 HHDS. St. Croix Sugar, Jan 17
WM. G. PORTER & Co. "TENT'S black, blue and red Ink. Also, copy 10 20 do. New Orleans Sugar, to arrive, ,
i Nov 29 .41 Water street. K, ing Ink, for sale by 100 sacks Rio Coffee-. 50 do Java, Baic
]OURLAPS.-1500 yards, suitable for corn or Jan 24 byC. ALLEN. son a, A FEr sal y
B gonpafrsl o y40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo, Noosle t
groundpeas, for sale low by Garden Seeds. 50"Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby's, NO1
"TAY&Co. VyARRANTED fresh, just received and for 20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap, feb28 9
Lime. W sale by J. C. ALLEN,, 100 bogs Shot; 50 kegs Powder, 101000 BES
2 Kf\ CASKS to arrive per schr Christiana Jan. 24 Druggist. 2000 lbs Lead; 4 casks Linseed Oil, ceiv
,250 daily expected, for sale by For Sale 200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure. Feb 12
jan24 4 GHAS. ROGERS & CO. 5 HHDS. New Orleans Suear, by For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
Bacon2 5 MYERS & MITCHEL, Nov 29 41 Water street. Baggin
TUST landed, per schr Ashland, from New Nov 15- 36 Water st. Storage ging;500
< Orleans, a consignment of very superior Cin- TUST received a large assortment of cheap pub- "pOR 1000 barrels or 500 bales cotton on first Also, 150 boxes Toba
cinnati cured Bacon, in hhds, for sale by J lications, for sale by SF floor. Apply to WOOD & Co. by L
fb28 C.. ROGERS & CO. Feb 21 B. S. HAWLEY, Feb 14 32 Water at. Feb 28, 9 ,


New and Fashionable Fall Goods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
T HE subscriber begs leave to call the atttent
of his customers, and country awchinb, t#
an extensive assortment of goods, which he hag
just received from New York, per ship Merchant,
and which he offers on the most reasfiuwt -ms.
Among which may be 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 aud Muslin de Laine Shawls,
Tyrolesse and Cockerill Caps and Hoods,
Fancy Mitts, Gloves, Cuf&, Head-dream, &c. lki,
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 Shirtiqgs,
Over, Dress, and Frock Coats,
Cassimere and Sattinet Pants,
Silk, Satin and Fancy Vests,
Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Stirts,
Negro Pants, Jackets, &c. &c.
Calf, Seal and Water-proof Boots,
Calf, Kip and Russett Brogans,
Ladies' fine colored and black Kid Slippere
c" Walking Shoes,
CC colored and black Gaiter Boots,
Variety of Misses and Childrens' Shoes and Bootsf
Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats,
Hunting Hats and Cloth Caps,
Fine Cutlery, Toys, &c. &e.
Together with a general variety of other Goods
too numerous to mention. .He respectfully in-
vites you to call and examine for yourselves, and
he is satisfied that he can offer such inducements
as will ensure him a share of patronage.
FRANCIS KOPMAN,
Nov 5. Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings.

New Dry Goods I
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, respectfullyinvites 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 of numerous patterns;
Ladies' fine Caps of all kinds;
Children's ditto, ditto;
Red, Yellow and White Flannels;
Gentlemen's and Boys' fine Hats and Caps;
Gents. Lamb'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.


Dispepsia or Indigestion Bil-
Ous Headache, Constipation,
Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
e wholesale and retail, by
J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


)mpound Extract of
and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
in a few days-no confine-
1 merit or restriction in diet,
is necessary. It will be
found invaluable, being pre-
pared with the greatest
possible care, upon well
tested principles, founded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
that a combination of sim-
Ild produce a more certain,
rable effect, than any equiva-
gle one.' In many cases the
evented by its timely applica-
C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.
t Work Shop.
subscriber is now in readiness
nufacture new, or repair old,
ure, with promptnessand de-
the patronage of his old (pay.
hopes by strict attention to
new ones.
PETER HOBART.
story of Brick Building, cor-
rater sts. Nov 8.
cs. Clark,
.D SHOEMAKER,
INUES to carry on this busi-
palachicola, two doors below
Hotel on Centre street.-
uperior workmen, he is con-
may patronize him will find
the right shop. French Calf
lots, or Shoes, made to order,
n and most approved style.
one with neatness and promp-
s that cannot fail to be re-
ing with the competition in
ess of the times.


mmitted
1 of Franklin County, Apa-
orida, on the 27th January,
ray, who calls his name SAM,
belongs to Augustus Linear,
orida. Said boy is 25 or 30
r, about 5 feet, 6 or 7 inches
s requested to come forward,
v, and take him away.
IN LUCAS, Sheriff F. C.
b. 14, 1846. 7-tf
Dollars Reward.
pension of the boy HENRY,
himself from this city, on Sat-
leave. He is about 50 years
illet-headed, and bald on top
ancient cut over the left eye,
ediment in his speech, gives
apts to speak, a curious ex.
e study of a Lavater. The
e given for his apprehension
place, and all reasonable ex-
JOHN JENKINS.
17, 1846. 3-tf
rerveseent Seltzer
perient.
EWED, and an invigorated
condition of body produced
1ANT'S EFFERVESCENT
INT.
is universally allowed to be
medy of the present day, for
cure of Indigestion, Bilious
ts, Nervous Weakness, Head-
bitual Costiveness, &c.
dents in warm climates will
article; it prevents any accu-
portable, and the method of
ually convenient. Children
sion for gentle and cooling
1 take this aperient in pre-
Sold wholesale and retail by
. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


V"


N. SEYMOUR.
5. 6m


Dry Goods.
THE 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 Hkfa,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
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.


ils, and Glass.
N & CLAPP,
D RETAIL DEALERS IN
ishes, Turpentine, Window
,lass, &c.,
ntly on hand a good assort-
!TS of All colors, for Steam
Plantation use; together with
in the painting line, too nu-
Steam Boat Painting, and
neatness and despatch, at
cash.
Vater street, Apalachicola.


or Sale.
ing Plate, 14 by 20.
do 1-3 X,
t Iron, Nos 12 to 20,
Sheething Copper,
cad, Iron and Tin'd Bivets,
Bar Iron, Hoop Iron,
in Ware, wholesale and re-
)BERTS, ALLEN & Co.
and Corn.
rn Flour and 75 sacks Corn,
URSE, STONE & CO,
46 Water street.


Iron, Nails, &c.
On' TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
20 100 kegs Nails, do. 1
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,.
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils,
20 ,, English and American 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 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


ring Waters.
t received, and for sale by
J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist.


Iteceived..
aent of new Novels, from the
r and Brothers, &c.
B. S. HAWLEY.


1


on Sides.
prime quality, landing and
URSE, STONE & CO,
46 Water street,


Oil Cloths aind Carpes.
18 PCS Oil Cloth, 1, 2 and 3 yards wide,
0 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting,
3 Cotton do
2 Straw -i
6 Cotton Drugget, 4, 6 ard 8 qrs. wide.
For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


r


g and Rope.
heavy Clifton Kentucky Bag-
coils good Kentucky Rope.
acco various brands, for sale
LOCKHART & YOUNG.


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


ST Florida Segars, just re-
ved, and for sale by
B. S. HAWLEY.




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Title: Commercial advertiser
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General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
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General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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SATURDAY. MARCH 21 184R -
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COillfERCIAL ADVERTISER, I Th.ttimntjuIivttt i.! larofrasftmnl TSTotfcts.WM. : .' tttl.THOUGHTS : ----I.:show to it : 1' '
advantage "
) this !
large steamer. POUTEl'Ess.-True :.I'
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,JtSItED EVERY SATURDAY BY Her decks have politeness J I b':anvac*; ,
T. Ht & C. H. hatchways in various parts, c complishment ".. .
a highorder'CCN& :
Austin
II OWOBTR WYIIAN COMMISSION MERCHANTS f. SYDNEY GREEN M. D. IN SPRING. scuttles, sky lights. &c. for ventilating the monial excess is very exceedinly offensive r .

Third Story Baltzell'B Buildings, corner of Water Street ocr: May be found at his residence, corner of BY HENRY B. HIRST. ship, even to the lower pans of the hull ;' Great attention to forms'that do not breathe' .

oer, Commerce >nd Che8tm]| 8treets Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion tt is the spring time. Varied flowers are sending and there are many other conveniences too either poetry or feeling, is indicative of great ,
Apalachicola Their
Fa. new-born odors
the
House. Nov on sighing breeze, numerous to mention
TERMS. 8. The sun its brightness from the sky is lending centributing to the weakness; but forms that do breathe such .

rT101'fS' ._Three Dollars per annumjnvariabY H.: D. Darden, Dr. A. W. Chapman Flinging its kisses to the budding trees, officers efficiency of the ship and the comfort of the Vagrant atmosphere, 'which communicate

Sr 1LI. advance. If.payment 1s delayed No. 2 Columbus Buildings, And Nature, lovely nature fair doth seem, and crew, so that she may be saidto pleasure or remove uneasiness. are all-im
i ($3Office over the Store of B. S. be the
Drug As the creation
Hawley, of dream. largest and
Dec. a poet's most perfect
subscription year, FIVE DDL- 20, 1845. steamer To '
end of the Apalachicola. Fa. portant. distinguish between these Iso
until the (entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the ever built. The Terrible : .
14$1 WLI be. dem3nd Joel W. house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. The robin's mellow strain in wild notes gushes is commanded by n easy matter. We, cannot ,teach! people .... ..
taken (or a less term than !IIix Perry, Captain Ramsay late of the > .
Dee
From the snow blossoms of steam to be and
Pti0a
the
sbsc RECEIVING January 10,1846. tree poets ;
No ,,iii' invariably be charged for FORWARDING AND 2-tfJ. The apple ; vessel and she is poetesses painters.'scalp.
cat-bird's have
scolding from the to a
bushes compliment of '
10nths&nd 3 COMMISSION leafy tors and musicians but
will be discontinued until MERCHANT ; we can :tell them
r B. Brown The 240
wren's low
r'O officers .
pap music
period. No. 42 Water ,. thrilling comes to me, men and boys.Nautical. that '
that s are paid, unless at the option of the street, Seeming the hymns of Nature they will fail to please the commonsense
arrearaDe Dec ATTORNEY AT LAW freely given,
aU 20 Apalachicola Fa. As stainless offerings of.its praise to Heaven. [ Standard. of taste or propriety in either of these ,
propriet twelve practice in the District Courts
lines of the
; nMcm'One square(
WILL
AfJVE : J. II. & J. ITI. Hull States How little do capacities, if they do,not conceal !their arts
and tile State
'picuously inscrted at the following Courts of the Earth is a sea verdure. Blossoms even our most intimate
tit'It-55) FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western All gem-like dewy from the velvet springing sod, friends know of us There is an excitement a much as possible. and hide, themselves .
rates: Circuit. Like i in the exhibition of nature. Self is always
....$lo 00 ; One month $2 50 No. 49 Water street, whispered melody their perfume flinging, about intense misery which is its support offensive.
Earth's altar'd incense It is self that .
Oa Three weeks.2 Office in Tallahassee. rising up to God,- makes affectation,
reafr. .1 00 : light
0311 Nov. sufferings to the
1,1845. APALACHICOLA, FA. Whose word I read there spring lips in that t
in in his the
Silmlntth"s'.5 031t Two w eks.l 50 January 10,1848. 2-3m When as book words, and to the in spoils smile and tone of'voice, andthe ....
Three Ttvomn tho.. .40011() One insertion.....1 rjgisVmentsKavinstlie David, G. Itancy, II. E. Owens, e'er aieir beauties meet my eager look. is i a pride in deep passion eyes which tears ; guards but there its air and the attitude of tbosft who mai* .- '

number of inscr. COMMISSION Through laughing verdure the utmost efforts to. please. These very .
&
is
FORWARDING silvery
\ MERCHANT ATTORNEY AT straying, feelings from even the shadow of surmise.
{O- LAW a
tIODI pre5cribet1 I by few are subject to exception: AND DEALER IN GOODS, Reflecting mirror-like, the pure calm sky, 'Tis the efforts displease. They are in manners _
the above rates. No. 48 Water NEWTON, Dale County, Ala. A babbling stream, o'er rock and lichen playing, strange: strength which mingles what labor is in or painting. .
fgctn poetry Thvy
street. ,
January 10, 1846. Sweet the softness with our weakness, that: in the .
who advertise: by the year a liberal dis.: i 2-tf as of a loved one's sigh- even suffering show and ,.'
Nov art hide
To those 5. Iy Apalachicola Fa. Floating with which nature. They are :; :
be made bat all advertisements not along harmony as rife i sends the tear to the tp
:out: 'ril1 pertaining ;to their own business as !I Samuel SchiOcr. REMOVAL.W. As pass the hours in some bright day of life. to be shed, but there to lie in all eye-not its burning manners what cant is to religion. Soft pi' ".

strictly aill: lsT a.1 advertisements sent in by them WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, G. M. Davis, The] river far away is calmly stealing i ti and saliness-which swells in the throat ping tones that are agreeable to children ,.. -. tare
often
Slbc charged at the usual rates. co-: Particular attention paid to putting up family ATTORNEY AT LAW, Through its green banks all glittering with light, but to be forced down again, like nauseous offensive to adults who are not ..
addressed to either edioi steamboat and ship stores. ccOtIice in Like beaming fancies in the medicine in pleased lo be talked to as if they were ba .
Utters may be the Floyd's new Building, poet's feeling, ; even this deep and deadly
(:J- No. 49 Water street, opposite"C Who worships ever all that's fair bies. Musical tones introduced into converV t.
the
orproprietors,and must be POST PAID to insure dcc20 Mansion House. Dec 13, : and bright; suffering, vanity finds a trophy of
reauri" that power '
images sation
Apalachicola, Fla. living start savour greatly of art, and require
attention- Warm from the over which to exult. It is somewhat that
A. G. Scmmcs gushings his burning heart.
Francis more skill and talent to well than
-- manage
.A- Kopmait
speaks of mental command to think how
,
"CusTncfis( $ 'Sfrcctor.q.F. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ATTORNEY AT LAW. Yes! this is spring time, mild and glorious spring, l little the careless and the curious deem of belong to ordinary people. In general, nothing :'
: SHOES,DRY GOODS.CLOTHING CO- Office, Jfo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building, When earth is like a paradise, and gay pleases so well as the common con
HATS,&c. cor. Centre & Commerce streets.novfl With birds, and !buds and flowers and the agony, which like a conqueror, is
; H. B. Stone, H. ''''. Brooks. Cheap for Cash, everything! versational tone. This is easily known.It .
; rourse, ; Apalachicola, Fla.ATTORNEY Whose beauties serve to gild awhile life s clay. reigning in misery and desolation within.
flourse, Stone & Co., octl Chestnl1t-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.. Bidding hearts revel in enjoyment wild, is a species of countenance by which we
J. Law, Making one happy EFFECTS recognise a friend, who is otherwise dis.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J-. C. Allen even as a child. OF TIlE SPIRIT. -A Printer
..
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AT LAW, a-- cpwa.n _wn here few guised by the changes of time or climate.
came
a since
Wholesale and Retail days and
N,,. 46 Water street, Dealer in represented -
Apalachicola, Fla. DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.; ) Ga. rJCtUatttoU1J.( himself deaf and dumb. He also passedas Just as the natural countenance is better

--noTl GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &:c. Or: Will attend punctually the Superior Courts a deaf mute, at Greensboro' and Tuscaloosa than. made.up-face-a'twisting and writhing

Benjamin Salter, A general also, !. of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of; THE TERRIBLE.-THE LARGEST WAR l as we received a letter soliciting a of the muscles of the month and noseso

COMMISSION MERCHANT, I BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY assortment of & the South Western, and of the county of Thomas STEAMER ix THE WORLD.-The Terrible situation for him. He reached here some is the natural voice, We cannot alter

No. 43 Water street-Up stairs, cor. of Centre & Commerce streets, :c.,, &c. of the Southern! Circuit. may3 war steamer, is in commission, and now, days since-obtained: a situation in the Ala- it.and if we attempt it, we show'oar- .effort,

Dec. 1,Si5. Apalachicola, Fla. nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. John Bilbo, f fitting for sea at \\T oolwich ; she has twenty bama Baptist office-worked steadily until and we displease by the outrage commit

JMLIUH: DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. P. irobnrf, ATTORNEY AT LAW, guns mounted, also a brass field piece last Saturday, when he commenced aspree" upon which ourselves, but most effort of all by the self

jr. Day & Co.,, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ALBANY, GA. and carriage, and a wagon for powder to and yesterday the effects of the we reveal in our to produce a
CABINET FURNITURE. ILL practice in the several Courts of the accompany it. On her deck each critter1'-on the "hanimal" were so pow- pleasing effect. One might suppose ,that

COMMISSION::) MERCHANTS (ft3-: No. 44 Water street-Up stairs South-Western Circuit, and Thomas and I side of the bow, are two upper long 56 erful that like the animal Balaam rode, he there cannot be much selfishness in trying:
No., C2 j Water street, novlS Fla. Ste wait counties ; pounders, spoke-his to please ; but then the perfection of polite-
loosed
Apalachicola Monk's 11 feet guns, to fire fore and aft ina tongue was his ears unsealed -
Dee 6 Apalachicola, Fa. S Aug. 5, 1845. 31-tfW and he ness requires that we please without an effort. .
JLockiiart now curses as
A Young line with the keel thess fluently as
are mounted any
: ;
ftj-Also, Agents for the ".? tna Insurance Co.:' COMMISSION\ and ona other imposter. He calls himself Wilkins A generous confidence in one another is'tbd
FORWARDINGMERCHANTS slide and will
the"Prolection Insurance Co." and the "Han Advances. cross fire with each other, ,
and alias, JohnV.. White, &c. Pass him true atmosphere of social politeness, and
also round
("rd Insarance Co. Hartford Conn. I Subscribers continue ( sweep to the sides ; two :
to male advances that
No. 53 Water street, THE on around.-Marion Review. will please without showing either the
Ls. Fred. :E. Dugas, nov.30 S Apalachicola, Fla consigned to their friends at Liverpool : more of the same guns, right aft in the desire or the suspicion.

FACTOR AND COMMISSION HavreXe\\-York and Boston, stern, will also cross and sweep to the broadside We understand, that at the last -J_

MERCHANT, W:.!. W.? SiMb.: 'V r. W. CHEEVER. Dec 5) D. B. WOOD & Co. -_.! on--their-, pivot, so... as to. fire. forward. __u___ .for..- .A...mprirln... ....u rpnh.&.v..u nsa, *UH.I l.". t"w adjudit :; 'CII.a..t.U- DEATH OP A SPORTING CT.Efc.GYMATf.-' .
No. 2 Columbus Block, Sims A Cheever, 29! Waier street. acting as cnase guns u required :::one nas Government has made a condition which The Rev. Hardy M. Cryer, of ,Ssammet
Dec 6, IS 15. Apalachicola, Fa. COMMISSION -' two 68 pounders! on each broadside, to by Tenn.
MERCHANTS, Advances to New Orleans. carry the contractors are bound to ship the To- county, died on the 8th inst. Hft
harper & Blolmcs (err Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings, LIBERAL Cash!' Advances made on consign shells or !solid: shot, which can be trained bacco in French ships only, excluding was buried with full Masonic honors. Thft :

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, decM Apalachicola, Fla. Cotton or other produce to New fore or abaft according: to circumstances. American ships and those of all other deceased was a good man, but veryeccen-
nations -
also Cooke & Home Orleans J. DAY & Co. On the deck below, which is also flush fore for that tric. He is well known in the West for'his

Agents for the COMMISSION \ DecO 52 Water st. and aft, are 8 guns, viz : two long 56 poun The exports purpose.of Tobacco last to connexion with blooded horses, about which"'; .,

SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, MERCHANTS, Advances. ders, Monk's guns 11 feet long, in the bow France, from the Baltimore year Richmond he wrote much and well. In England, he /" -

of the City of.I\"CfO York, No. 13, St. Charles Street, THE undersigned will make liberal advances ports to fire in line with the keel and seve- and New Orleans ports amounted would have been' a keen sporting- parson :

No. Si'Water street, New..Orleans.AN Cotton consigned to his friends in New ral degrees of training on the broadsides to about (fond of fox-hunting and race horses and* .
20,000 all ..
hogsheads
contracted
S" 'tC"' S. COOKE. York Boston and for by S. ? -
iI,115. F. ; Providence.
Apalachicola, : AMO? IIosx. and two of the same in the -
guns stern, rightaft perhaps none the worse Christian for '
fcl S. WM. T. WOOD P. Pescatore, of Paris.-N. O. Times. lhat. .' /
:i:. S.WHOLESALE. Ilawley, Nov 29 42 Water which can give such depression as to He enjoyed a reputation for benevolence ; > .

AND RETAIL, Jas F. Farrior, street. prevent even a small boat coming under her \VOiDERFuL-The! Richmond Star says and uprightness and possessed a vast variety '

DSALERI.V DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, GENERAL REC l\'ING. FORWARDING fc Advances.: stern ; with four guns, 68 pounders on her another relic of the classic ages was fouud of curious information, professional and :

OILS, GLASS, &.c., &c. COMMISSION MERCHANT, TIlE subscribers countinue, ns heretofore, to broadsides, for shells or solid shot. There in that city, being a dog collar supposed to miscellaneous.A .
cor. of Chestnut and Water streets, No. 9 Columbus Block liberal advances on Cotton consigned sre smaller guns on the deck to be have Julius friend
nov9 Apalaclijcola, Fla. to the address!' of their friends in upper belonged to Ca3sar, from the tells a characteristic 'anecdote of
Dec 7 Apalachicflla, Fa. T. J. SANFORD. M. M. BUTT.: York or Boston. C. ROGERS Liverpool& Co., New traversed to any place, or carried on shore f fact of hazing his name engraved upon it. the parson, which is worthy of menil o.

Edward McCully, Sanford Oct. 25 47 Water street. in her paddle-box boats, if required for use He owned a fine race horse in conjunction

COMMISSION:; MERCHANT AND DEALER COMMISSION &MERCHANTS.No. Butt, in landing troops, &c. She has separate The very latest Yankee invention that with a celebrated and successful tur/man -.
.
IX DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES 30 Water Exchange. boilers, independent of each other. which : we have seen, [says the New Haven Register and trainer, and when the fact was made

No. 9 Columbus Block, decH Apalachicola Street, Fla. CHECKS at sight ISAAC on !New M.York WRIGHT, for sale,by may be connected when required ; four : ,] is a patent spring fish hook! By avery r known to his parishioners, they made inquiry -

Not 23:) Apalachicola, Fa. Feb 7. C-lm 3 Columbus block. funnels, one to each boiler; the two after delicate but ingenious machinery, as : as to the truth, and the charge was .

Avery & Jones, ones strike down so as to allow a square soou as fish attempts to nibble the bait on brought home to him. At a meeting of the

Wm. G. Porter & Co. GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS;, Exchange. mainsail to be set when sailing, and still the hook, a second hock comes down and elders, the reverend gentleman was called

DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION; Dec 13. No. 31 \VateHtret"t.Apalachicola! Fa. THE subscribers as Agents for the Bank of using! the two foremost boilers thus working catches him in the back of the head, and he before them to exculpate himself from the

ME 1W[{NTS. New York ,are prepared to purchase! hills on hall her power at the same time, and saving is a gone sucker." An acquaintance of heinous offence of run ing a horse in a race. *
1\0.41 Water Street. '\v. A. .fc P. Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or ours, has tried it in
No 29 C. ham, Charleston, and check on New York in a considerable consumption of coals. a trout brook with Feeling) that it would be idle to'put his de
Apalaohicola, Fa.- COMMISSION MERCHANTS suit purchasers.Nov sums to This is an excellent contrivance: as thereare great success. It is a regular trap. fence upon the rational ground of the morality -

..n. T. Wood, Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings, 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co. four small funnels instead of one large The bark: Letitia and utility of racing-a defence which

COMMISSION Nov. I, 184r. Apalachicola, Fa. one. which is a great advantage.as the ship Capt. Lewis and the he was very competent to make with ingenuity -,
MERCHANT INSPECTOR. ship Oriosto, Capt. Faber arrived
last
No. 42 Water street, \ 'm. H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrougli.Wm. LUMBER appointed Inspector-The undersigned of Lumber will not be wholly disabled by losing one, ning from Rio Janeiro, whence they sailedon eve- and force-he made up his mind to

Nov29. II. Kimbrougli & Co. for the of two, or even three funnels, like the one- "confess and avoid," as the lawyers say.
... Apalachicola Fa. County Franklin, offers his services tothe funnel the 17th January. The U. S. Frigate
COMMISSION ship would be on her's being carried he addressed them
& FORWARDING Accordingly thus
ALBERT DODCK. public in that capacity, and will attend to all Raritan was to sail from Rio the 25th : "It's
CHAIILES PRATT. MERCHANTS. duties appertaining to said appointment. away; her one funnel lost, she has lost all. for Vera Cruz and on true, gentlemen, Tom Watson and I do own .

Dodge & Pratt, Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs, CORNELIUS GRADY. The Terrible has two magazines and two River La Plata, the the Plymouth for the Jake Creath together-and he's not a bad .

SHIPPIXa & COMMISSION[ MERCHANTS, Apalachicola, Fla. March 22, 1845. shell rooms, one of each before the engine on 21st. The Columbia horse either-when he starts he wins. OUI'
{!(:J- Liberal advances on cotton consigned I to'their : room, and one abaft for the undei command of Commodore Rousseau
Ko. 40 Water Street, Fire and ITIarinc Insurance. safety of the man Watson trains and runs him at his own
arrived the 6th she
friends in New on had
York 40
Boston, Liverpool or vessel ; cases
o'.2t PELICAN MUTUAL INSURANCE to prevent any powder passing thro' expense-I get half his winnings, became
Fa. of
Apalachicola, Ha.vre. THE small board when she
Nov.
1,1845. pox on arrived the
of the City of New York, the engine room When firing guns. She disease ; allow my half of the horse to run when Col.

McKay & Hartsliornc, Thomas Preston, 1 having established an Agency at Apalachicola, !can stow 400 tons of coal below the lower was confined to the crew with the Tom's half goes. If yon will provid! a .
exception of ;
COMMISSION MERCHANTS COMMISSION AND FORWARDINIo will be prepared to take Marine and Fire Risks deck, and is prepared on the midship part L one Lieutenant and a passed! way for my half to remain .in the stable du- :, :
No. 40 Water street, MERCHANT n favorable terms. of the deck, to take 200 300 Midshipman, who had been attacked( by the the I
or tons morepacked ring race, am perfectly Willing to retire ':-r '
Nnv.i -
disease
t.1SI Apalachicola, Florid ApAr.Aciiicor.A CHARLES A. GREEN, Agent in defence but recovered. The men were ,
Fa. bags as a from shot to p from the turf. : '. :
Offic ,No.45, corner Water and Chestnut streets Office, No. 2S Water st., Apalachicola. the engines and boilers sent on shore immediately after the vessel "
D. B. filling up a spaceof t Whether the elders were convinced
Wood & Co., I Nov 8. Cm nrrivpfl. and npnrlir nil of them had b:1:
up stairs.-Entrancc on Chestnut street. 13 feet. In addition her --- ---- --- -TP.
GENERAL COMMISSION I -. -- to thick, sub- covered. this logic, r\r were mollified hv his lr.niD1:
No. MERCHANTS: Oct. 25,1845. Cm .L once. stantial solid sides she bus good capacity, I named the horse after the Rev. Jacob ..
Water
%, 29 street. subscriber wishes to close his business in The Emperor of Brazil was still his
on
:...ot.19 1 5. Apalachicola, Fla.: Roberts, Allen &: Co., THE as he intends leaving the place, and if required for any particular service, tour through the Southern Provinces.The Creath, a celebrated preacher, we .know f"; I
MANUFACTURERS IN TIN and all ,indebted can carry more coal in sacks. With regardto not ; but he was not dismissed from 'hIS --.T.:, '. '
IRON him
Thos. ,COPPER, requests persons to to make stock of coffee on hand on the 17th
L. jTIitchcl t the of I :
conveyance troops, she can bertha charge. :
CEIVING BRASS, &c. i immediate payment. He will continue to do January was estimated to be about 30,000 :
FORWARDING AND work thousand men under cover of her second ,
the
: ALSO, DEALERS IN during time he has to remain to settle I
COMMISSION No. MERCHANT, Hardware, Stoves, Britannia and Japaned Wares, his business, at the lowest prices that can be af gun deck, independent of her ship's company bags-prices were very firm for ordinary, DISASTERS.--Brig Bet ey, 'of "Boston, ..
37 Water street, Steel Nail forded for cash and cash their berths below forward and 211800|| cood: Ists, 211900|| a 311100 superior, hence .
or. 1IS-I5. Iron Spikes, Grate Bars, only. being Capt. Burnham, l for New :York, with I
A Apalachicola. Sugar Kettles and Mills, and other W. C. LAXVRENCE. the officer's cabins, gun: room, &c., abaft, 3lj150a3I450|| || and 311500.|| 300 bhds molasses, went ash re. about four' I
r CastingsShip; Chandlery&c.Oct. Apalachicola, Fcb 21, 1846. S-tf so that each is clear The arrivals of Flour from the United
flyers & ITIitcIicl, gun-deck entirely and miles north Absecon Inlet N.;Y.,at 3.A. ,
25, 1845. APALACHICOLA, Fa r always for action without States had been very light during the month. i The t
20th
COMMISSION! MERCHANTS Bagging and Rope.A ready removinga For Richmond H. on ult. vessel was completely f
19HOOO" a 2011000| ; Baltimore,
bulk-head
\ and the deek being under water. Capt. Burnbarn and
1\0.35 3 Water-street WILLIAM DicKEr. J- W. HAr UIOND. fCpCS.. very heavy Louisville, Man &. perfectly 17al8l500|| | ; a lot of 500 bbls superior Rich- crew
QO\/ free from the captain's cabin abaft, to the landed boat from the
1or 15. Co. Bagging ; 300 coils Bale Rope, were by a shore, with-
&
Dickey Hammond mond iu whole and half bbls sold .
Apalachicola Fa. bow of the was on
for sale byMarch vessel. She is constructed in the utmost danger and difficulty; ,As soon
the Ifith at 2111100 and for half bbls. .
SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS 1111200.
Chart*Rogers -. 7 J. DAY & Co. the strongest and most substantial manner as the weather nermitted. efforts would bo I
John MUt in.Chas. 32 \Vater- rteet, Fa. There was no further news from Montevideothan .,
Apalachicola, Mr.
Sugar. on Lang's improved method of uni- made to save the cargo.
; &: Co., October 18, 1845>> 42tf ting the frame timber her we published yesterday.The Schr Baltimore ''hence" I
COMMISSION 9 HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. BU- making perfectly. Seavey, for :New
Water MERCHANTS, H. R. ..SIt) perior St. Croix in store, for sale by water tight, so that it would swim even if British frigate President. rear Admi- York, was obliged to cut away,both 'masts .. :
Noy, .1 street Taylor, March 7 J. DAY her external keel ral Dacres, was at Rio de Janeiro when the and
,18.ss. & Co. and plank were off her stave deck load of molasses/and throw \
Apalachicola, Fa. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING Letitia sailed. The Letitia brought 5719
t At" MERCHANT Fork & Beef. bottom. This method is now adopted in overboard two copper steam pipes,.to',prevent
WYLIE bags of coffee. The Ariosto 3730
WM. A. McKewziE. the Royal Albert, 120 now in her bags. striking on the breakers .
BBLS. Mess and Prime Pork; 30 bbls. guns offCapeLook.out
No. Water-street N. O. Com. Bulletin 7th
inst.
Wylie & ITlcKenzic, Mpt2 ly Apalachicola., 40 Mess and Prime Beef, for, sale by frame, and may be seen on theslip in Wool [ Shoals in the gale of 14th. and 15th .

COMMISSION MERCHANTS Marc 7 J. DAY, & Co. wichdockyard.The j A NEW SHOAL IN THE CHINA SEA.- inst. She arrived below New
No. 42 Water Street, Henry Hodges, Salt. engine-room of the Terrible is most The English bark Ellen, Capt. Rogers, arrived jurymasts j and was ,towed up by a pilot boat.' .". ':. t
?
.-.---1,1-5.----------. Apalachicola,Fa.Uchacl AUCTIONEER. AND COMMISSION 9 6:: Zf\ SACKS Liverpool Salt, afloat, cargo splendid ; on deck, the whole length of the at Angier. reports having on 6th Nov.at [N. O. PicatunefSatuTdag.:: *: '

MERCHANT, V of British bark Cumberland, for engine-room, are gratings open and well 6 30. struck upon a rocky hoal, hitherto '. .
.c. "
AUCTIONEER A. Myers, 22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa. sale by (March 7)] J. DAY &, Co. ventilated by hatchways, giving light and unknown, in lat. 0 40 N., and Ion. 107 34 DISASTERS.*;hr. Ann Stifle .(of Mobile -: .,. ... I

MERCHANT AND COMMISSION) H. R.VOOD.. P.V.. CcLLErr. Canvassed Hams. air to the engincers, stokers, &c. It is an East, and knocked off part: of her keel. The ) Staples from' Philadelphia,-:(Delaware! :

lSZ 36, Water Street, CASKS Canvassed Hams, for sale by admirable plan, such as no steamer asyet captain examined the shoal in a boat, and Breakwater, 3d ult., ).for Jamaica, with an : -"'
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i-----: : 1 Apalachicola, Fla._ Wood & Co., 5 WOOD & CO, has the advantage of; and each boiler hasa found it 100 yards square, a mass of rock, I assorted cargo. principally provisions,' was : : ':. I

EGstt. :. AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION* March 7 Water-st.. separate batchwsy, and may be readily and the best water round at nine feet. : fallen in with 9th nit. lat. 32 30, Ion.:69 '45>;.. :'" oJ.M.4'". .

HAOG&OVX HOWARD MERCHANTS, taken out for repair without interfering with dismasted! and leaking 800 strokes"perbouriAt ', .
.
COMMISSION llU&'bee t Howard, No. 32, Water street, RECEIVED per ship Huron, from Havre, a the other boilers. This, method of Mr. THE OLDEST VESSEL.-A correspondentof having on the 7th in a gale, ,"carried* ; ; ..1. '', : :: r.

AND FORWARDING. Nor., 1845. Apalachicola, Fa. .1 brated Hurter.of French Boots, made oI.by the cel- Lang's invention, prevents the necessity of the Providence Journal says that the bead 'of foremast, taking with it, the1!main .. *l r*....

No.MERCHANTS Liberal advances made'on cOMignm nte. March 7 MILLER & Co. ripping up the deck, which is the case with ship General Jackson," Bristol, is pro. mast close to the deck, and losing boat'same t ..

....t\o.....,..: 1.184 7. Columbus t Block The strictest attention paid to Sales oat Doors. other steamers, when the boilers are required bably the oldest merchant vessel afloat.- time. Capt. S. was waiting ::-smooths-sea: .'. : .

C.A. Apalachicola. Fa. Sales at Store every'Saturday.Bagging On Consignment. to be taken out from those vessels, She is supposed to be eighty years: old or to get the _rigging over the Tor m2sfand. ;.;.. .

Gttt: C.t H. Coif WZRY and 20 CASKS superior Rice, now landing from and there too, the deck covering the boilers, thereabout. She was: a prize to one of our then make all :possible sail for' tb>:.heafet,e ..\ \:

Green & Conner/ t PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY Rope. BAG. brig Tybee, and for sale by engineers and stokers have the light ad- privateers during the last war with England port. Scbr. Navarro,,'at rN.,'.YOrkwhicl, -*" ;, .
00 Feb.21 NOURSE, STONE fc CoO mitted by the hatchways over the built at Calcutta, of teak wood and is ber -
, COMMISSION X GING; 50 Coils,Rope; Also 200 engines was spoke ,'took'off': Mrs. Staples*.(captain's.
MERCHANTS
. No. sacks corn for sale by ;'|:"k.;,:. K 'BALES HAY for sale by only. The Terribl 'sengines are most ma-. yet sound, staunch vessel, having recently wife) who 4isjick.:: : ,One,of the'crew': was'

t 0'a. 29 Water street, BUGBEE ,fcHOWARD, U\ MYERS. & MITCHEL.Feb. jestic : they.are 800 horsepower, the pro'ductioh returned from a whaling cruise in the sick with small Mi/ahd"another.) 'wu, ]a-me.:...:. .

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the New JJrlcjmi( l',oayuu.-: 12th[ inst.] of men must bo prepaied for it by degrees. ]I CO t ? General, t to our' Senators and Representatives [Correspondence of the.Cfiarle&ton sidered he cheapest and
test
MEXICANAFFAIRS.: The people must be conciliated I j ADVE t i lTISER.1 WASHINGTON JM.ueh I.J 1S4 bid
stipendiary (> Government. tot'
IfiEIUilL and to others who it was supposed But the 1 ost ll J [*t
We return once more lo the exposition ) press must be created scores of ambitious The Senate Chamber was thronged) at an rat I deemed 1 > IS t .n
it
*
r.r tD9y, 1846. would use their influence in the matter. expedient( that the, *
'of the : of : chieftains be hoe ;
; must propitiated MAcH21
European project erecting a monarchy bJ"lirect I early hour this morning. The late altercations touch I at Cowes, in the I Isle ,1.'I

.. upon the ruins of the Mexican: Ue- largesses, or dazzled by promises of OcTh-following--- gentlemen are autlmized So far as we have heard the P. M. G. has in that body between different mem- terminate at Bremen and of Wijb offS."
he
.:public ;and placing upon the throne a scion.ofoJal courtly) distinctions. All this requires time; Agents for time Co.MMKuriAL, aid will treated the memorial of our CHAMBER in bet s of the Democratic party, as well as Mills 400,000 dollars jeartonSJ(
ADFRTISRr a "
blond. In every pail; of the world, nor will) the designs of Spain suffer detriment receive and receipt for.subscriptions, or adyertiseinents his usual Cbrclier manner Nothing has the uncertainly which hangs over the resultof alteration. Mr. Mills I,

x save the United Slates, the existence of from delay. On her part, the nego- I their deliberations, have greatly heightened but accepted the .R
such admitted. )In London tiatiuns in skilful hand :- been done in the matter, and our semi- upon the condition, that if be "
a design is and are The Captain I the interest which' the fee iulhe "hoc
)IE ssn:*. MAMDN & TUTTLE, S3 William St tret, I 1 public ; deem it expedient rite :
'If Paris, and even in the city of Mexico, it is General of Puerto ]Ilico, the Conde de i\J i- trw York. :; 'CklJ mail continues to drag its slow bulk proceedings of that body men and Havre, ; trip should be,OD..

openly avowed and warmly defended.Here !.- rasol, is mixed up in them and chiefly directs ]DAVII limvo, Ev;., New Orleans. along, as heretofore. Eleven and twelveys' II As soon as the Journal was read, Mr. price of 350,000 alternately dollars per aad.'thata t

alone, where the highest interest them. He in n man of ability, and an JAMKS"W.M.V.+ 11.. CUKEVKR AVirso.v: ,,Kq.E 5x1.,Fort Albany: tiairies, Ga. Ga. .la despatches are the quickest we ever COHJUITT of (Ga., arose and called) the attention contract was closed, and the annum, T J r*
vessels
,
should be fell io regard to such scheme adroit diplomatist. If we mistaken ate
: a are not ,
of the to bo11I
Major JACK UAUDMAN, Lufaululla: have from NewYorland it is frequently I body Washington ing-there are to be four ,
some {liogerin doubt remains : a few are he served in Mexico during the revolution, Times'" of March 5th, which he held in which about ships
will cost V
\ still incredulous.The and is intimately: acquainted with the leading A the case that fourteen and fifteen days are 400.000 dolls!
his
Quarterly Meeting commences ; hand-Mr. C. remarked, that the article one of them at least, is be p"'f*
of Havana be deemed! the families of the lie knows the consumed in the transmission of letters to read for
city !
may country. reflected ,
in the Methodist. E. Church this evening at I upon a majority of the Senate, vice on the first day of January s

focus of machinations which have so popular feeling too well to'cnture rashly) from that city ; Washington, Baltimore, as well as upon hiniBeIf; which was his iuducemenl Some of the new
7A o'clock.rrhe Rev. reasons
long been 'in progress ; ,but the press of that upon the execution of his design md he r JOHX C. CARTER, i to notice if. Whoever the given by the'p
Charleston: Savannah and all intcrmedi- man 1laster-General favor
city being profoundly silent upon this subject knows too well the means 16 be employed P. E., and Rev. JAMKS L. PIKKCK: who has I was, who wrote it, he was a scoundrel at follows : an of this lineot j, iI

as well as upon aM questions of public to seduce aspirants! in Mexico from their allegiance arrived to lake charge of this station, will I ate ports, being in proportion. Letters i j heart. He did not wish to say anything By touching at_,Cowes

"A policy, we are constrained to seek for evil to "a popular, republican, representative officiate as Ministers: throughout the mcet- and papers from Columbus, Ga. never reach j!! with ri view to reach that man's conscience gers and freight, for the mail, '

.; deuce of the ripening plot in obscuro hint, st stera." in less than for England, could) bcZ
us seven days, and nine days he could have none. But he wished tosabuse in one }hour by steamboat '
,accidental developments, or voluntary dis In the meantime, Santa Anm awaits i in ing. __ diccption to South Ha ,
between and the public mind. Mr. C. read distance
frequently elapse postdate re- ton, a of 12 miles '.
closures. the arrival of the Havana tie consummation ; and 1
ia
of
By Empresarioon these in the article and commented it. *
BISHOP: ELLIOTT. One
hours
last have been in trigues. We when conveyed by Uncle Sam's upon more to London, by the fiail.p :.f|
Sunday can readily believe that
we put possession lie of the that the
Senators
the charges was, whig
last week and distance of
77
During [
a
our city, miles
especially thosOQ
of some further developments throe takes no part in them ; that he allows him line, while by the Steamboats we receive 1 !;i and some of the democratic Senators had : and [

letters from close watcher of allairs in Cuba self lo bo the Episcopal Church here, has received them France Spain( Italy, Netherlands and
a engrossed apparently in pursuitsof in two and three. But then there i is ;i held< a secret caucus with the British Minisi could be Br
which, taken in connection with some the most undignified character that his a visit .from the Rl. Rev. Bisnor; gium sent io Havre iu Ie,
; e a fine of thirty dollars on any boat upon i j ite r at his own table, with the doors and) eight hours, b a daily line of eat'
public measures in the Island, throw ye.i I really: on the alert, that he is watching ELLIOTT, of Georgia, who is also provision which windows closed and guarded. This absurd ) steam boa 1
a letter be transmitted if deity i running between South
may J
the Hampton
:stronger light upon the matured dcigus i of progress of events most n.lrrowly-uoth al Bishop of the Episcopal Churches in I falsehood} would refute itself. lie :Mr. C., Havre. **

.Spain-supported by Franco and England.Our personally and through his friends-and crcd by any of the officers or crew, unless *i j had, never been in the British; Minister's
Florida. While! here he five Dy a continuance of the
readers recollect that short I that he will be preached or pertaining to a of! the All l I line to Eren
may a ready to spring; into the poition cargo !! house, and did I know him. The object of a direct intercourse would -
awhile since an entire reorgamiion of the iiiclrr the first favorable, six limes, ;and always to large and attentive letters '! be opened, rift
upon opportunity, not thus pertaining are required to i ;, the' intrigue: it was alleged, wa.s to procure the millions the [

militia hws of Cuba was proclaimed} by we cannot for a moment do 01)1. congregations. Such a sensation did he E I, go through! the Post Office-the United I j! the| passage of his, Mr. C's., resolutions for Central parts inhabiting of Europe. Northern iD
It

Koyal orders. The plan of this organization ; cannot be more unsatisfactory 10 our create, that on Monday last, after lie had' States the purpose of appealing the British Govcrnmeni The[ enlightened!

contemplate the embodying of the entire readers than it is to ourselves t II) puisne the demanding pay; for the courtesies exi i and the diffi- enterprising, and to.

white male! population! of the Islam:I uider : ramifications oral iniiigue where there are madCj his arranncmcnts to leave, the young tC'nccIIIJctwecn friends If Uncle Sam re- t j I catty by ,a compromise.adjusting But pending Mr. C. was getic citizens of this section ofnow Enrop baR

the of 40, certain limit' so few lights which : men of our city sent him a formal request fuses completed many Iail-Uoad.iand
age save quite by io guide our course I to have our letters transmitted to usI $ :jof the opinion that a majority of the democratic will be

cd classes of exempts.: The preponderance We are constrained,) to jely upon 1 hints derived that he would stay and preach yet OflCCmorc. in something like decent time, is it fair lo i Senators would be willing; to compromise can line completed shall be by in the time the Am '

which the :reole population would !! !from the most opposite The With ho I put operation, loon j;
apparently quarters. this the the 49tli
request cheerfully deprive us of the question upon : parallel. ing the city of Bremen with
privilege of{ receiving them : Berlin
) have in this most direct and Triblt
force is ;in Imlanced avowal of the
a measure positive + Mr. HAXXICAX
( here,
purposes I shook his head.
complied? and on that night delivered one' i : ) Leipsic, Dresden and Vienna
]
I |through medium whatever ? But i { ; with
,i by the great number of young men, of Spain, France and England; we any justice !j Mr. C. said, we will see whether it is not South and
West
from old be l found since of{ )liis most J JJ powerful sermons from the \] and in the i' of Europe by Hano,.
Spain, to found! in all the grin sumepcs in a paper prime I fidelity management: of tit i!I so. Mr. COI.CJUITT remarked that this edie Hesse Castle and (

cipal towns acting in the capacity; of clerk in the i He of Ctrll1ell.V'c have; found,J words, Be sure yoursin will find you out." at Hairs}; of r the General; I Post Office, i is at n ;!"itor, had, as it i is has been.said. been brought mark and Norway Frankfort Kail-Road; and with Dr

: and like occupations ; while, lo make a<"n- confirmation of its statements subsequently I It is useless t to 1 of lINe advocate by a to Ih
attempt! any analysis obsolete idea, and it would be the height of to tin claims of some new burg; and Kiel, and b, a steam vessel
rance doubly the whole ut'nfli in the journals of London and Paris and *' I art
sure "
body the Bishop's style. 7'u have a correct idea( | candidate for the Presidency. This article the Baltic.
cers in command of this militia! is in he taken now the trot!'! begins to believe that there folly to expect any improvement while Gen j
thai
I was ;a+ proof the rumor was untrue, !fori One of the
from the mnnorachical I of i it, one must hear hilll7 e may, venture Jolnnoii i is the head and inducements for making
M front
Spanish army, and) each ofiicer really a grand design on thereof I i n man in his senses, would debase hil1lsdtI ; the

must be a natict If] tIle unlhtr! country.( foot to elect a barrier ;.:aiut the dilrl1:ion to say, however, that it is plain: easy and So we'll as well hold our peace, and let the I by using such a tool a: that. are men liberal l.terminus, is and that biters its institut'wo r{ :

The most urgent representations have been republican: principles, on this) cOlltincllt.lit flowing and I newspapers go fier
; exceedingly persuasive always matt; wag-o at the modern mode and Mr. CRIT'n::wIS made some remarks in llirongh its office without 1

made to the Captain General: by the commercial may well}) be that in the suggestions above marked with an earnestness that shows tin the lasc ,. pacein I snpport of the \iews of Mr. COUJUITT. and! and] that the post duties di, impnn.s esp-ocjj:

classes, urging his attention, before f the reader there bo errors J said are inert,
upon may ; that
: this editor known
I as ,
with -- --- was to some nominal
which he three-fourths
spirit has entered hisAjistolical : of
that he may communicate the same to the I it can hardly be otherwise, considering; how I upon c see i of the Senators one per cent; '
by our exchanges that sub [ it might be deemed by the other reason i i-, that the '"
) n-spectab.e
Home Government, the immense inconveniences indirectly we obtain our information. Andit labors of love. epr?
i s.-riplion have: been in several 1 ![ public necessary that some reply: should be sentative of the Senate of Bremen
to which they will subjected by is yet more probable that the designs i ofroyal It may !be gratifying;; to the distant friends l I gotten up j'!made ; and he would that these to th
,
cities (for the I say grossI Government has bent authorized
l I r relief of the aged mother and] to OflgreH
the
rigorous execution of this militia law, conspirafois: may change from! time t td to of the :
Episcopal Church here, to Icarn thai} : i i aspersions were without any foundation facilities for the
,by the forced withdrawal of their clerks+ another time to suit the shifting; nature of events j young children of the late JOHN UAMPDK.Vv: accommodation .j.jtlu
: \
that during the Bi }lwp's'isitlIinn: scveial;, were' "j steamers in the port of Bremen
employes. But as these employes are I may occur iu Mexico or elsewhere PLEASAXTS I
I : who fell in the duel with itiI r. The Senate, after some morning business The British 1 I.
principally native Spaniards, to accede t lo measures: now I lesolved upon have t to added to it, communion. On Sunday last t' steamers I in-
I may RITCHM:. rI'1 lese acts 01 l. 1 I took up the Oregon) Question: and! Mr. and.! lake out of( Boston, six i hundred
be n.1 do
'ihaiidoncd. (
such This should and the
representations would! defeat the obvious I not invalidate day following, he administered the l EVAXS: ;
: I of .Iaine with his
( the thy deserve the highest t commendation 1 spoke customary laud )letters annually, ; whilst the uumbJ
J of
intent of the ha ,', which aimed to cmj.j authenticity the .statements we may }highly l impressive J rite of confirmation lo t f ability on that
subject. from the U.S.
body force that shall hold tin; Creole population from :ime to time: make.: ]It would not f bejvisOng.strange I lellert! bating' rredit! upon those who have: !1r. E. passing to Elirnpeaudbacl'
I eight ,ns. : remarked, the opinion here the
of
per upon through York 1
,
city eu alone
of Cuba; in check and :, [ \\ the: whole} w ,
; we are not -re grand schemelo stepped. lot ward, in an hour of such deep tcfoie the Senator
-- --------- expressed by Michigan
astonished ; he mdoned' I I um amount to one million rend'erin; it pre: 1 1bit'
therefore I learn that the !
to Caltn'tn )* uliim.iiHv as a desperateone. 1 1t t }For i1 C+Y-Urlcans datrs] to flu? 11th| I j :afiliction and deprivation, to do all in human I i ?I Ir. (-ASS. that when this measuie, that over three millions of letters
General treats them{ with slight respect t, I France: and England have shown, bv t I t f1;

and insists upon the rigid execution of the I their acquiescence in tio! Annexation of! i nst., we tire indebted to Capt. (CuintnnLlof ; j|ti power t to assuage the sorrows of their br oanti f was passed treat Britain would not recede, annually, between the U. S. and Euro!

law.Vheu Texas that know I t the schv.) Of'fU'/V arrived InV t ken alld blcc"iu! f hc.rt the U. States could! not-and although The correspondence by thus line, williJi
this force is once embodied, it t I they Imw to yield their cfnedIt ; i 1 he did '
] not :say: that war would be inevitable increased the
trill be quite sufficient( with the aid of somelevies )most cherished purposes, when they cannot t (Copious extracts fiom them will be found! I It is r.Iso: designed by the editors of the ho could see no way in which war could! beavoided. of greatly the Cunard liar.by A letter exorbitant from char Costa;?

from Spain which ;\ft. expected), io be carried: through; save at )the peiil: of
war.;t Richmond AV.r
and .
in :
our outside and inside columns.: Star-with which I If this measure was: to be productive to Bremen; by the Cunard line,
man all the fortification of I the Hand((I, Graciously MS Vf. Guizct; : : nov/ expresseshimself _. I ya- of tbroaq
I i I Ier11'. l'1ca:;.-ants was connected at the time such cllheqtlencf'H} it was the J first Enul'ir.d: is charged! 435 els., and a ce>' <
maintain domestic in regard the
tranquility, and leave the to present and futuregrandeur THE WKATHKK: since our 1 last, has !been step towards a warfoi the} whole! of Oregon '
in Cuba of the United' I of his death,-to publish a biography of his paper 61 cents. Such a rate of posts;!
|
now for ulterior States he \
at
army liberty ,
WPS! not {
any then
f fair mild. and pleasant. Fires have been I it ought to be weighed with the deepest must prohibit intercourse between .
operations-perhaps for verifying: the :assertion the I less eager lo defeat the measure which 1,, i i life| as soon as the matciial for1S I any nlr. +
necessary 1 deliberation.We .
dispensed: with altogether, snd vmnl h; j I S. and the Continent !ly that line. TbCunaid .
of the London Times more than other since
that "it would any ; our national existence I !j such a work can be obtained.[ The[ pro1 did nor know the object of the President line has reimbursed
its
be as easy to accomplish the conquest of, will lend to our agcr.Jiidixement recently) taken a sudden fall, wliile! )linen andpanamaarcin 1 ', fully cost
I' ceeds of this publication, above the i- in recommending to us the notice, norin the British Goveruu'leut. and its profits
Mexico with handful of the and reumvn. So it be expenses 1 J
troops which may and so it should good dl rnar.d. Asthcbusinesseason ii i what he intended the
ibrtthe garrison of Cuba, as in the days of, 'be, with this i inference: in the a t flairs i of .Mex! : advances incurred, we presume; will! be appropriated sure. I In manner his should to use mea justify the establishment of weekly line
nearer to a close, (rcllchgcntlclnjnl opinion we pnu.-e and J The Po3t-Ma the Mexican ." ico. LJut in the meanwhile to the education and an tit.;
aboriginal prince- I it becomes Ihepre'se support of I hi I*
On this much to watch find 1 lei-nne to settle their i ru go no farther until we had a plain and'! distinct i proprntion: to fulfil the contract of )1 J:
subject must necessarily be narrowly every development childien. May the of the editors
i design t assurance: as to what would be done' 'l i ills.
'left to conjecture. Gen. O'Donnell is of European policy in North I America n'uiff accounts, and a greater flaw of ,spirits. is 1
: not I ,
:
j! nor .succeed beyond! th'-ir! expectations. with ir it it passed. i\!r. E.: alluded l + to tile Proposals! are submitted for ihe con5 fc' !
the man prematurely to divulge his purposes t -I j i is it unworthy tin attention of our (over I- manifested among the bloods ;" steamboat danger: ; which: Senators incurred by an io lependcnt ration of" for ber

but intelligent Englishmen rodentin : I ment to consider! if the progress of these+ NAVAL.-The i 1 U.; S. Lawrence Congress :mo EurofK/J
monarehical brig
I I captains give pleasure exclusions, and: l the i Cap t. expression oi'thr'ir sentiments.We .- linp of steaul.hip'*. *
Havana entertain no doubt, that: Mexico designs; not a favorable; 1 t.r
may present mcriy p,,.;aU uf mirth} mingling with) t the j Mr.r.fK: sailed from Pensacola on t Saturn }had a proof of this this lIIornrI! ;. !Ir. E. K. Collins{ of Nt'w-York. pr,'
is the field for the action; of these! orlurtuuitylilrarran i IIg oiirdifiiculricswithj. ]i 1 i (
truop-t) These}
sweet of the I day; last. The coast of Texas supposed, : lobe vituperations might have their elrect.Some posed:!, OR the Kih; of March ctrl after I ft]
whose places {In. to be supplied!i !by: the sU I j Mexico] and) :uftoniiivj, : fill+\ honorable and decisive tones violin, make ''music on I '
are haze enough to manufacture: : slanders made with )lr! Mill
contract to
cam;
was
den execution of a militii law odious t to; thc} t support lo thd cause of republican,, the waters ;: '" our merchants: have lil':.; to I her destination! : so says the Gazette. and
some are fools! enough to believe the U. S. N, 1"olt and
inhabitants of the Island.! libtriv.FHOM l I ------- '- -- ; mail[ between 'n- : b-j:
And : I enter into regattas ; musquitoes and bipeds Tin: OHIO rbHlt.-Th: \. (). Picayuneof them. But what I,, of this ? we must still d I I Jour erpool, twice each month .jdurin; eit1

gradually nofurJher thickening to we bliovr feel that f.uthorixrd the plo ;is: j I rrl-"C"u.-By: the .steamship+ Galsays 1 begin lu piemen, r their bills quite :aimoyinily, the ijth; iu-t says :-Our last accounts duty. Any one who doubts! the clear tm.ntlis, of the year, and once a mouth tit!

I '. :(m- the New Orleans: Jiullttln oflo and every thing; demonstrates that and unquestionable; title to the whole! of{ ring the other 1 four months, for the srlmr'
the ( .
state upon authority of !letters from summeris : from Louisville: arid Cincinnati
tiie ill inst. represent Oregon, or f.uilters in the assertion of our three hundred and "i -Ihe thousand do.
gentlemen who have -ue have late papers' from !the 1 fast approaching{ ard that business. j )
parsed months ; t!ill I
many the Ohio( )!
rising and with right it
new SlateTh State Legislature a- : rapidly, everypiospeet to even he immediate! war with the lars t payable qnartf'rlJ''ur tins} |urpos'
in Cuba, and have looked into this !business ai'H nl- I -
bled \ustin the ICth lave to.-give way to p.'a,ure for ;a ('a'5Ol. I :! of a heavy freshet I\onhllhe! snow most formidable power on the earth was Mr. Collins' and his associates; as closely r.s was in their that ihe on February.( Gen. 1 ._ _. ______ _
Spanish Minister Mexico,power Senor 1 er tn u- Edward: Burleson was chosen I President: of( i GIn' lip' l last 1 Pcnsarola (sazc'lc j we I iipf-n I the mountains: and in the vicinity[ of subjected, to nbfoquv. Notwithstanding!! ; all build five steamship[ *, not less than 2(1'(
these
j the Senate ( difficulties! lie. Mr.1 laws, wuuKJ tons measurement: ; and at"one thousattorse
11.1 !
p.] Bee:
dez Castro has been authorized ; Secretaiy ; :1i1Llc's ( its head !
to draw r. the tributaries melt }
y :I sec name of Co! JACKSON MOKTOXannounced tuiddenly( as was he
not restrained from free
Sergearil-at-Arms.! In the I expressions of" ( power each which vessels snag) c
House
To upon facilitate the revenues the of Havana ohm t for -00,000 of I of Representatives, M"r. Crump of Austin I +] :!i.s *a candidate! for Brigadier; :s.nticipated. Tile Cincinnati[ Emjuifcr of his own opinions.Whai built !for great tpeed. and suficientfy} ( strct,f

necessary: : : es men[ I General, 1st [the fjth :inst. : was ih** whole question in dispute 2 fur Four of sa.d ves-eis ',
and opinions Mexico'. ; thai;+ he has: in fact county, was rlinsni Speaker ; .lames II. Brigade, !F. ). Col. Morion! says ; war purposes.

drawn for 8100,000 which sum lias been !, Raymond, Clerk;! ; Mr. Ijardeman; SergeantItitAnns. | has been long a citi/en of"t.r 1 Florida: Tin1 Ohio last evening was booming down It was a tract of country between the Co- bo trade in 18 months after ilie signing:

t ; (Inmbin river and 4!. extending two 1the cun-rract the t fifth to be built a; s soon
The
official! bunntwu Since ;
returns for Govcinor m )st ly. it commenced l
promptly paid by ihe iMendenie of IlavuFor j j is a I j jiiing
what such of ; ia. give Ten. [Henderson funo'otcs ; Dr. Miller '' gentleman commanding talents; ; and it has come, up more than serfn feet i I j dred miles'l l on the l Pacific, and( containing practicable, anl. when di ell,;a.(1( on !IL!

has been, or purposes I will! be .employed a sum l in Mexico 1 money, 1n/i.. For Dieut. (Governor Gen. Dar"I i t i is, withal, cmnhaticallv+ a mill itaty tai(n. The large class boats: can again lake out: about. .J .OJO( square miles. But even this l line, lo be used in carrying ile>paichek.,,

it would not be difficult in conjecture. It nell, has a nominal majority by the official t I j jlleis eminently[ qualified for the office of fnll! loot). for New Orleans and the Pittsburg t was hardly in dispute for, if our Governmenthad rise Government, as :a fair comprnono:

may be noted thai the establishment fa returns t 1 but in several counties' from+ which, I Brigadier General, and has cl-iims upon and Cincinnati packets: arc once more have been so disposed, it might: hart C The contract to be for the term,of tea yea

press in the city of Mexico for the o returns were nut received, it i is stated that) |I{ the "great; Militia"})) at least to ofas enblt'd to run. .settled the question last laII upon{ the 4inli! If Congress authorise} the contract, I tl<
express equal -
his obtained: t any parallel!, reserving to both nations the freenavigation vessels are to be superior in speed( ;ar
purpose of maintaining the necessity of a opponent : uiajuritit'. ctrl; it t those who have been At Louisville en the 5th, the weather
tliercfure asserted that Gen. D. II announced as candidatcs. o1'the! Columbia I Kiver. The strength to any; steam vessel! ever built'

monarchy of to insure the domestic trans1 fl' ril-I t I cline t the, place.' would de \V5th I a fair field befurc him, if he was warm and clear.:! The Journal of the point, therefore, which was in dispute and the world.

'ty the country, is significant: -especially !t tall which war was invoked, was the rightin { the offered Mr. f ollis! .
The) 1tatto11r1r., of (Governor loses the his says :- upon Among reasons by
i ; lOn race competitors will have .
at a moment when the has but wa.s :Ippointed to '
coumry just j l lake I' At dusk lat the navigate an unnuriffiiUe river, which in in favor of a line to Liverpool!, are the(
to river ]had
risen
place on Wednesday') 18th? from evening ;
from light,
emered violent the
convuUiou, and I has, carry spur jump, and come
j i event would) not In- worth)) In
anything
I inst. wit 20 inches in the. any lowing :
h-appropriate ceremonial' '1'bet preceeding :1J4 hours andwas '
subsided
not yet into settled and confident l out "al the death."
Hjg of the I 1 still either i party for half a century. But gentlemen It is in contemplation: by tile EogkGovernment : -
quiet. But those f.tniliar with Mexican I! Republic of Texas wonlJ on the| i -- rising rapidly, with 10 feet 3 inches -
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occasion Ije lowered by the action j' ,Tin :MAILS. water in the canal by the mark. call ihis patriotism; to plunge the lo increase the number on-
voluntary :
politics will not need to be told how a few I of the citizens ;! -Scarcely an cxdiange: !paper ( country into a war upon question like! chi ;. Cunard steamers.
who have -
illustrated -- -- -- -
hundred thousand dollars may be piofitublyemployed ,! it and'' '| i comes to hand that has not anti clc Mr. E. went at into the
connected it wish the most honoiablu an THE LATE: J. H. P LI\S.\'i'l'5.-We find large question: Those steamers leave Liverpool.

in Mt] xiu. lections, and give place to the glorious rec "- ;i I on the quill-worn J subject of" The Mails! +" the following; tribute to the Nile Mr. PIca;1 of tale, and) undertook to shew that our Should it be understood that the Unit'
And farther it is believed in : ensign |
confi-Iently of I the U.MO.V, henceforth t he t the; )fit is in the power of )the ants, in the Richmond Whig of the ill title was not clear and+l unquestionable I to Slates contemplate the email tabihmeotat; !
Cuba that Gen. Parcdes is lending himself ( ] I newspaper press
; I the whole of
inst. Oregon-not so clear additional f\
to
as
: I line this
national to
ihe standard of Texas, as of! her sister'Stales. : | to give mortal distinction then 1 Liverpool
.to +attempt to revolutionize the form of ; man ; I ll"
There j justify us in going lo for 51 40. wilt-'!
war
""" ; was no rancour no revenge, no 1'ease to the EnglUh} Government
Government in ll'xico.Vitll all his professions I Cave Johnson has it in an eminent degree : ;'Ir. E.l; after for hours :
speaking two
The following is an extract of selfishness even, in the noble spirit which: gave unnecessary, and that Government j
a ptivletter ate
of and ,
patriotism intiotnlity, he allows dated at Galveston, L'Sih! nil. :--- (for Editors (from the Savannah; to the Sabine; has ceased to breathe : he full a victim to way, without concluding, for a motion to be the more ready to enter into a recipr J -
himself be used
to tool in ihe
as 'i
of his under the old rexJuction "Tiie Houston boat has this moment, arrived I havo writien him down the mosl: inefficientP. i : the false sentiment of honor, and sought l his adjourn mail treaty with the United StatesaJo(

country yoke adversary: with i>o wish, as it now In the House, after the presentation of> the IIm6t'{
of Spanish di. ui-cd under the and time steamer Galveston! is ringing; ; \. G. that has presided over the Depaitmenl appears: some joint regulation fixing )
tyranny ; her ),ell. and Rusk, out of of Mails to tike his life, but merely to vindicate 1 his t petition, I the diver and; Harbor Bill was; !paiinre for the steamers: of each lion'tr6
forms of a constitutional: narelly. Nor is 10Utol since such office
( :an was c re-
taken and the
lie without thc of votes, have \' .;1 each, for Senators.Gen. own reputation. In his (dying moments hSl:1lerl up, occupied day. England is now the central point from
acting countenance
in Mexico. There exist powerful : I Houston is expected here every hour, ated. Though there were no doubt manv; what no one had before suspected, "'A m ITO'iIarch 10. our European and Asiatic news tf receitu
in
parties
that members of yet and to proceed on his; way Washington.." applicants for that office when Mr. Polk that he had drawn the ball from one of 1 his The House to-day, a.s usual, was occ i and long will continue to be so.
wealthy
aristocratic country families, deeply tinctured with became the great dispenser; of "the loaves pistols after his friend had left him, the night piee with the River and) Harbor Bill. A contract was closed by the PostIa$:

The following paragraph! is from the N. and fishes and previous to the combat, in order to diminish In the Senate, Mr. PEARCE, of Mt V.. General with Mr. Charles Morgan, for '
a love for the institutions which surround 1 la many turned in disappointment -
throne from which their would Y. Til- away the dangers his adversary, whilst thoseto presented a Memorial from citizens of .lhat line of steamships, nnking a trip once '"'
names and
lusire which mere wealth and birth receive :i The c ltrcllne of the great amount of envy, we do not suppose which he himself wo to be exposed, he.. State, in favor of the adjustment of the five days between New-Orleans and Gab

a cargo : : I between Great Britain and that any of the rejected are so poor in must have felt, made it almost impossible. Oregon question upon principles of cot nton.. w t 1
cannot attain under the present order of af.< em'ec I. : r. Morgan compensation ;
fairs. We may instsnre: in this rnnncxion! tie L' Stales, both ways, is found 1 to :ambiliofi! as to envy their successful rival I to escape. 1 promise-and; Mr. P. made some remarksin l seventv-flve percent of the nett Pratte l'.s,

only about equal to the annual of the he has support of the views of the memorialistsand the Galveston Post-Office, and of Itt d '
the Rubios, the Krhcvarrias: the Cuticle La crop notoriety won for himself ;as RATIIKII: IIoT.-\lh'ices have been received ,
c als and) Leans product: }in Gcreat ]Britain said, that he :taw with regret, that arbi-) bulion Texas.
'Cortina, the Conde Vivauco, :and! other Post ))aster General. from the expedition of Capt. Stuart; to
The amount of bread stuffs raised nation hail been refused to us, as one of submits :
families in Mexico. annually It in New Holland.[ lie left Port Adelaide a The Post Master General
: in the Stale of New must not be supposed J because; we have the most reasonable and modes Van d
\--!800,000,000 proper of .
But Spain and in. tH'rHiallunilics in Mexico year and n half ago, to prceed northward, Congress! a proposition from Mr;

are not the only pal tie. concerned in bushels! -is equal in value to triple{ the nut complained} every week or two of the and; had advanced about 500 miles, to lon n. adjustment. venter, for a line ot steamers to Cbagtejas

these intrigues. France and England take amount of the aggregate exports and im"purts irregularity and failure of the mails, t that] 141.30 East, and lat. 29.40 South. [His? A communication was received from t the tti connect, by means of an overland I

'Part in them, and perhaps it would not be of thf t whole country! The 1 Indiancoin Apalachicola is more favored; than other : description of the heat at the highest northern Post-Master-General in reply lo a resolutionof ) to Panama, with a line of sail; vessels IP

extravagant to say that they still contemplate crop 1 of Kentucky :and 'lcunessee places in this respect. Vvre have owl point, is positively fearful. He says : the Senate, upon the subject: of contractsfor Panama, by the Sandwich Islands, to rl

the 'alliance of the young sister of IS lhelJa"ith equals iu value our exports to 1 r } re- I found the thermometer, which fixed in steam ships, to carry thc U. S. mail l mouth of the Columbia river. Tbewp?
rain and France-thu' hulk of all sell ito framed from making complaints because we between the ports of the U. S. and of f *
we n r-
the Duc de Monipensier.J But; this alliance the shade! of a large tree four feel from the : compared with the probable !receipt

must necessarily await the marriage foreign; countries-and i iy precisely cualin ) havfe long since had the proof that they are ground; stationary at 150 degrees of Fah-I iegn counlries. The .letter of the Po St.. not justify the Department iu closing t'

of Isabella herself and the birth of an heir; value lo the entire cotton crop of all the of no avail. In the early part of the present renheit at half-past 2 P. M., and in theo dii i Masler-Geueral contains many interesting' contract.
facts and
to the throne. On this branch of the subject States and Territories.DKATH season, the APALACHICOLA CnA3IBI:1tDIa : dect rays of the sun it rose to 157 degrees.It r In views upon this subject. Lines of steamers between the ea

it seems to be well understood iu ll::V.1- : or GOVERNOR STOCKTON. [ COMMKKCE had a special meeting, to take had, on a former occasion, stood at 132 1845 proposals pursuance) of the issued Act for of March 3
f na that then is no l prospect of the marriage; jor Thomas Stockton, tho Governor of consideration rl' rees in the shade, and 1G3 duress in were contracts formail also spoken of, and It is 'submilied.iotgress .
.. into the delays and defects in steamers, to he built as ships of wand ,
with the Count de the ar established<
of Isabella
sun
Trapani. and Delaware*, expired suddenly on the 2d.iust. be whether they shall! be J
the is hazarded that she the transportation of the mails to this place. lo surrendered to the Government incase of the F
conjecture freely New
tit Castle, while transacting business I Raw 'Turpentine has been produced in of at' fair valuation. reasons other thau the service
war a Notice
will within'.the year, and perhaps: within a in the office of one of the courts-probably : A memorial was drawn up setting forth the large quantities within the last year, in Pu- to bidders, that only one line to Europe wasgiven : Office Department.

few. months, roar)' a 'Cobourg- moderni from the rupture of blood vessel near the greivances of merchants in Mr. Evans speech o a 1 l
; i our being dolaslci county, Georgia and it i is said that in would be contracted for at present. : concluded his ,

; i *' times the ",.royal .,road" 'to obtain heirs of heart. He was a man who commanded t the }prived of sure and speedy communication all the river counties the business can be Mr. Mills"; of iVe+v>7 ork, Mr. Sloop of Oregon Question and againstlhe none

', royally. respect of all parties by his ability, his fat e* earned almost Cincinnati Mr. Reverdy Johnson has the floor
5But'there is.no occasion that afTairs and wirli the North and West, in the most forcible to any extent, yielding a and Mr. Junius Smith, offered
4 con- tity patriotism, Appropriate honors to much surer profit than the raising of cotton' bids. Mr. Mills bid for a semi-monthly to-morrow. .
nectcd with his thorough .revolution in his) memory will be paid by the of[ and respectful manner. Copies (lit this
cti ns because always} meeting with a more ready lino from New" York to Havre in France, at300,000dollars The Senate spent some time insession. Esecu
Mtxicu The '
should be precipitated. minds the Statc.-N.
O.
[ Picayune. memorial were forwarded to the Post Master sale. per annum, and it was con- *

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P.tcAMA.3mmarY .-The following ou her stern. 23th Feb., lat. 38 ton 73 easier ---5-
IsT1)1t'S Of ? appearance, ath"'ih! in reality prices were S PASSENGERS. "
of another report on the Euro- boarded American brig Hiclorian, Miliikeu. I *tuliy' as huh as at the ctos.> of lis-t week. Since Per steamer Albany-Messrs D J Day Wm S 'REGATTA. L'. S. Mail Arrangement.
3 days from New-York Nassau then the market, aihoah! chdracterized by quiet J'0'1ribt THE Steamer AGNES. Rtne.r,
to received [
which ; hi nrirell, A P Greer, W S Seal, Jr
isthmus demand
the
of equalling ha maintained former steadiness and leave
will
?
master
!Ct of its Per ApalachicoJ
peac a supply provisions from her-same day .steamer Eafaula! -Mrs Sandiford, Miss McDowell
the Atlantic and Pacific Oceaus, spoke brig Atlantic bound lo New-Haven. notwithstanding have that m some iiiUr.c purchasers Mr M McPhail. I I'i\ r ;evfryTnes separates may been TeeteJ on easier icons; yet. us a Per steamer Charl ton-Misa Baxter Mesj's3verton I I'. ;JI. Leaves Cbattftho.

jS from a late Europe.m: Journal :- Midshipman G. D. Browu came home '' j firm general rule, holders continue to preserve great Crcnshaw, Bu-lt Roach, J Sweeny, JUuckly i chee every Monday and 'I hur Jj y at 12 o'clock,

Sometime since M, Garclh received a x>n duty in the Pantfter. Midshipman B. in? n their PS*, and stocks luve tinon caret'illy t'le'! nmket.abstained The from sales press-of and son, J S B-icklv, S S.mford. \\j A SAIL BOAT RACE will t coT.e off on M..n-1 I I M. She will maka .weekly trips lo Bainbrldge.

nninii'sion from the French Goiermnentnrocced S. Cu hman was attached to the Patuxent, Wednesday amounted to 4bOO, and those of yesterday .Pertea oier Agnes-Mrs Kelby, Dr Yirber.ugh, : diy the & instant, at 10 o'clock, A. M., |i {leaving there on TJcndav bir'rr.lnjr,and to Bros's n's

to Panama, for the purpose of and Master's Mate J. C. Lawrence to the to 2rOO bal on both of which dtys'the )!P'r escrs steaitr E Brrari.AptI.tchicota-Mrs and ST l>.tvi. Grizzard Miss for Sloops of net over twenty tons burthen, under }'I Ferry, leaving there Wednesday r.i tht. Every

to nnirin" upo the l Pot into the P uns. Capt. J. M. Clapp, the former mas- j market wore a lanr/-J appearance, buyers were F Grizzard, Mr Joel Porter. jib and mainsail, for a Silver Cup, cf the value < attention will be paid to the safety and comfort cff

? of the schemes which have been ter, came horns in the Panther. I indisposed!| to opfrrtte iu'lh- absence i'f later advices Per steamer Champton-le'{ E Taibot, Ca't; J of( Fifty Doll irto, the first bott, and Thirty I(f pas-tensrera, and strict attention tu any business

bull,- many ship-canal through the The following js a list of the officers of mail from the Xorth. After the at rival of the M Harris anti frnilv, Vim Patnek ad lady, Gen Dollars to the second best boat in the race. Entrance confidtil to the officers of tl e boat.
for cutting a this mornins there good deal of inquiry .
was a

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devised A U Gordon: Mcssh jpjn, Box. Kirkland. XViI- Ten Dcllar- JOHN JENKINS! Contractor.
The report of that gentleman oil the Yorkivicn, left on the Coast of Africa : for Cujtt'ii : hut, e-Mienliy t peakin, hodrdenunde < '
thrnu. oa, SuZ. Browning, Crtinly, Owens, J 1 I'asut i Robert May enters sloop boat Robert Ami 2ft. 1SJ5. IT
.. subject lias recently been published, 'c?.om. C. H. Bell ; Lieut. H. A. Steele ; J soph t'ulj prices is t<> oii *ck o,'eratio. s and B'nits.1'erst'amer \ Henrv D. Dirdeu .lT.iy." ___ _
t1i! Debats" the W. Van Horn and the sale.- did not xc-'d o-jOJ biles, makn? Aansta-llev 3 C Cirtr enters sloop boat ./rrac. Liivcrpooi. .
presents (says the ) re- Surgeon L. ; Purser J. N. the} total buciucid : Cot liaring \ Wright &. Floyd entt r boat Some "
cf the three
days 11,10'JMo stoop[
and
"scientific Hambletoo past d Mesars S Cunimins, W p Watts. A Loss THE first c a4 Am.ship HVRO.Y.j
of the first exploration thatfc ; Assistant Surgeon L. J. Will-i ba les. i Stone & Green enter sloop beat "Joacfhine.*' 1 ; >

been undertaken in regiri to this cele- i lams ; Acting Master S. Edwards ; Midshipman =t cf the Luines transacted! durirs the past I R J.tyne., 3 Irwin J Greenwood, M Jackson, \Vtn, Win Ford,Momloni W May, J and C | IIn F' f-w dayha h'-eu for the North and for the ." 2 cargo engaged, .dispatch
Jaj ; The direction fixed upon A. Rae ; Clerk D. St. Leon Putter; ? niin J Ohn Condomi.I'er .
pazC. tor the above oift. For
Continent freight, tpplv to
for the Boatswain of Europe, M Inlet Esijli-! buyers continue Aiis--Mesars anborn Taylor Stillman Smith cr.tcrs boat lnrn.nDardc'i j
GarelUa* the most eligible pro- J. Lewis; Gunner T. M. Crocker steatner sloop March -Jl J. bAY .
&
to Co.
IT inuJeratc tCdk. A few
operate ou :
a
ied canal is on the side of the Pacific ; Carpenter 11. Lindsey. All well. chi! a-es have likewise been ni.idt* for the Mexican pur- 3 hieriaUX and Douts.! & Hawly entf-locp boat HtUe.** S
Per teanier Enitiy-Messrs M BU1gfyfl JB The distance to bewailed; H estimated at sixteen For Liverpool.
P \hrougU (the valley of the Oaimito, [Charleston Courier, llth inst. ma rket. Notwithstanding! the heavy receipts at T T.tnrier \Thleatofl Ja_ Pierce.
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Ocean. Jtbi'UcLe! die sea at the auorae Ilk! bejrinnin? of the we k. there is but a limited, mile*, and the contemplated evurse (rem town, THE superior Br. bark CUMBER-
0 as to upon It from a table in the Louisiana s"how: ot" samples on fiorors tables. Our previous -r----- through the Crooked Channel to the" turn stake,"' Powers, master will have dis-
of Vaco de Moinc, lying about 18 appears quotations are continued. \VllOLEA Li.1, PrlCES Ct. RRF.NT. doubling it to the northward and eastward, thencejtoSt. 4patch. For,freight, apply to

or20( kilometres ((11 or 10 miles) to the west State Treasurer's [lleport, the value of Ian- The sales cf the week air.onnt tr 22,200, and Vincent's lhatcr: Bar Stake, djubuiij ant! March31 J. DAV & Co.1'oriew .

i'auanw. Oa the side of the Atlantic ded property assessed for 1614 was 101- tho e of the pa-t three days comprise ll.ldO liiles. AKTtCI.ES. riC.. ft. c. [e % i-nj: it Oil; the j-tarboard hand, and thence rt-

of the course should be along the vul- 229,878 10. The number of slaves 170- Liverpool cldssificatio-i-Loui.-iana aiiilMtis-! yci II a ti rnin by tie sa'Jie course to the starting noii.t. York' ,

Ocean, but 120; of horses, mares and mules, 67,033 ; sipjii' -Inferior, 5 a o* : Urd'iiars'JJ aH( ; Middling, titndee 1 Should a change of be deemed --r With Diipatch. .
Chagres, not to terminate yd a 17 course nrrsary,
THE
river G c t Packet
of the: i a | ; Hood Middling J| a 7J ; Middling Fair, ; Ship M.1RLUKY.T.
Icy which i is inaccessible of horned cattle, 357,000; of retailers of Peanut, d a 1:1cn: cccou.it of wir.d-?, (the Ji'dg3 will give timely '
Port Clwprcs, 7' si 7 ; Fair, 7| a b] ; UooJ Lair, &\ a D ; Good Phillips, niastrr, is new loading for the
at BALE flO1'E Kentucky 11 I .
goods, 707 ; of taverns CtJ of grogshops, I and Fine J.H OJ.itE'UiPi' ). > a n..C'ortIiern j. j
of large burden, but at four miles a lbilanihli above port. For freight or passage,having superior -
shins 250 of aphothecaries and notaries 24 of No boat will bf permitted to use oars cr other j
iis ia the flay of Simon. From the ; ; S Il. a 8 accommodationapplv to
sail than and
mainsail uadtr
ance jib of tcrfeiting
the canal is to be ditected( along four wheeled carriages, l.ooof; two wheeled FJOM! THE 1 INTERIOR. EflE\D, N'ivy, cwt ::1 i. penalty March 2L McKAY & HARTSHORNE.
| ( her chance tor the otherwise
Caimito purses, or
of the Bernardino, a feeder ofinjt do. 771, and of billiard tables, G3. The P r steamer Lmiv-197! bile cotton to Harper liloi, c.i 5 a violate the conditions of .se rare. For New York"
he course landed fc Holm** 11 Dnv.son) fc Co. COFFEE, FIII lb S a .
river, whence it proceeds to the Ahorave"ua axon pioperty was$141,733 02; on P*r steainer; AliMiiv rojlill,-133: bates cotton to Sims havana, It, 74 a. I The boats are to be mailed as shall ppem best to THE new fe-jMailirg schr. LfROi'

mountain; which it crosses at a I slaves. $173,120 ; on other taxable property & Cheevtf; 79 to J II[ fc J M Hull; M to J DavfcC'o5ido Java, lb 1fp i 13 the cockswain of each. The tart and such other > j Bedell, master, will h3Ve immediate di-

where it is 443 feet above the level of I 43.373 54-total, 6353,231 56. : ; ) md 1 box tobacco! to Loekhart fc CA 1DLLS, Swrtn, ni ij preliminaries as are necessary tor the days sp Tf, i patch for the abov! e port. For freight orxje

point Thence it falls into the valley of r Young; 3 do to 15 S IIav\ !. y. COIIXJElanilla! ( HJI a 19lletiip will be announced on the mcrr.ing by tin- uider- apply to DODGE fc PRATT,
the sea. The Governor of Massachuetis; has appointed Peri-teamer Kutanb--73 bile cotton to Lickhsilt lb Ii a 12 si'lurred .rnd. Much 21 -10 Water at.

the river Pjjcr (otherwise Bonito,) which Thursday, the 2d day of April fc Youi-! : S3 lo Hill, l iw-n:! fc Co; 12 toMcKay C) It, 12 a 14CIDEII "A storm or dca-l calm will CTI;C a stpone-
follows as far as Dos Hermans; where it fc Il.-tiii-hcine: l> to Dodge fc Pratt 5 toY.'vhe Northern blil t IA) a CHAS. For TVCYT YorJi.
it ; ; 'nt. S. TOMLINSON
Fasting
next, l lo be observed as a day of public m ,
Clngres. parallel with which river fc McKenxie. DOME1lC COODSBrovn irt'PACKEi' of the :T ib. The Brig 4
the Vm.
A. KAIN
joins occupying its bed, the canal and Prayer, throughout the Common Per Btc.-mer Cliirtoii! -113:: bales rnt'rri tolUrpT iIirtiJIE4. yd h t fOHE.1, Conway, master, wants U4) 2Iba1escettcn
r and sometimes wealth. I 1 ; fc Holmes: 201) to Kimbrough fc Co; 71 t toVlipfc p s:1eeti1iv: vd 7. .i 9Tiekings S. II. HARTSHORNiBE.VJ. :, underd'eck, and deck freight,
be carried as far as G-ifun, where j it \ 31cK4i. : yd' 12 : 20Ccttiid" ELLISON.!
L
i jito ; t 1)3 to Preston: 1C to Mc lor winch or passage, having excellent accom-
diverges, to anive at the Bay; of :&imon. City Council l'rocpc!ins. Kay fc Ilartshorne; 1 bale hides To Ls Fred E: 3,(!I i i a GIDEON PARKER. ,mpa1a"hico1aMrch21 odztkn-, apply to P

The whole distance; will be about 47 miles i)wrts. ( :tico! Prints, v E a 23 \ 1-' k.CalItOtLte March til
ol" which S3A are between the: COUNCIL CHAMIJKK; : ) Per s-tearncr: Aznes-1 bale cotton and 2 boxes Kentucky JeC.: 3Ct 25 a1'TTC.K ---- jCOURSE.STpXRfcCaFor
in lensih. TUESDAY EVENING, Mrch 17, '13. 5 lobco: to i 1) G 1! ney: 1 bale hides and 1)) bcxe.lobicco .- P'j--i. vd IS a 2J Hotel. Acw'York.

Clusres anJ the Pacific 7i between the Co'inril met. Prent, Ccmr-ilrnen, ]Mtssrs. to Thos Pieston.Per DYES, LotvJ. Campeci'y,. Tori'S. ,. -tr-; T1IF. '.ubscrtoer takepleasure in 4E:5'-. THE ship GEO. SKOLFIELD, Skol-

Ch3re and the Bay of immi and nbuutC I Gu\on, Green, Hancock, Iiinai'ii, ard Day. -'rrnr A'tacinro[ i 229 bales cotton toWm St. L'uiiiingo, roitFutic j itif.irmin the traveling community r; leid, aa-tir, will have immediate dis-

alons the bed of the river itself. The canal G Potter Co. ((1)12Indigi 111 *tj& that he Ka taken charge ol the above :- -.>frh. For freight of 10) bale cotton
; The Mayer 1eiJIg absc-rit, Dr. Green i.novtd
,
!
,
-
Per steanvr) Chanipio i-17'j bal s cotton toV ), II \ S e--t.ibh- hifnf, sifuafrd
w to be of the following dimensions) ; seconded by 3ir.! Day, that Mr. Gmon take the H r.imbron-h fc Co; 13.1) to Hnp r fc llolmef; rron Ntmtnrn, bb a 7 t ) I f" t i n tiie barks of the itnmediatcly where the uniU-r litk.'tr deck freight or pas-sage, apply" tOM.r.'l'
'22 fret 9 inches) ; breadth at water Chair. (; I We5terII 575 i river, 21 NOCRSE. STONE & CO.
depth.! Adapted. 12(1: t ti Win G Purler fc Co; 107 John C ilacbv: t ij traveiier u>c\ find u coriiftrtable and
surface ]H"5" feet 0 inrhe ; ai bottom, G'5ket. The ninutes ol the three last meetings were 10():* t t. HjI|), Danj=t r fc Co; h9 in J T Pa-son; GU FISH, Cod. boi4 2 50 a1 i.o j I bee d quiet resting For ? c\v Yoa-K.

Niaeiy-four lucks will be required in rea tKiy avoidi.g: the mary inconveiercts THE regular packtt brig W. L,
The Cl 'rk communication his ; Z'> to \CyV\\ "\TcKeiui12 do and 11 sackjroindpe.i No. 2. 1)!):; 6 (1) a 7 ().J i j v\iich they hara heretofore b en sub-
level each < reported a on ; Jo.ivEs
order to each the summit cost 'I + Tyler, caster, having a largo
No.3 bbhi 5o: 61,:, j tt torlie .Lt
> tn Lookh.irtfc Yoiu:',' 9 bales co'.roaaisd : a ;
jug on the average GUO,000 francs. T>I. CJareliJ table from the Mi\cr. 'i"i! < :i motion' of Mr. 7 sack meal to .T W P rrv. ; IhlBlxG: botI r:. S. Mail! stesmer :\rr3, 'r>m Apa- j.lachieola j. crtm0i ot her cargo engaged will have
("Ireen, seconded by Mr Dty) was read by the i uirr..diare disiatc! .
Frr balance
luwevor, SM zzosts the imcnificeutcxpediesit Per ste-imer Aii.ia-jO1 lno! rottrn, :{ boxes FRUiT, A1r.ords, 1b arri--ed on Sunday and Wednesday at : of freighter
Clrrk, wherein Le tendered his i-riuiiun aJIavtr > t 'bcf \Viii I II I 1'int'r : bo 27i a f' a-73ge apply to the captain, or to *
of a tunnel t through t thr mountain ( ; ( to ; V (Co; 22f> bide cotton 5o'clock! P. M. ; departs i'h.'r'tav and Thnrsdav |
( f f the City. toliirper: A; I H-Mtne !1.57 to .* II Prun i, 15$ DODGE & PRATT
tihich besides the dimensions st.ited I ; : McKay >c irthome I at 1-J o'clvk, A. M. The Western Mail arrived
lie ai' > ic--orted the certificate of the In pec- ; : 7-j t.i \\' A Jc P C Kaia; Si to C"narfUog = Currants, 15 ii a 14 Mondav and Fridav March 11 4U Water.
Wednesday
above for the c.inal; Uself; miiNt lie of licijiht ti"r. cf the hito( election, that Mr. Calvin P. l -rA: ('o: -1." t..> :Sai-fonJ A:: Butt: 2 to Hill, Fi; tirurn! JM d. at 12 o'clock,

s'ibcnt; to permit the p.j s.i e of vessels Al1i'ri was elected a Councilman.Whcreup Daw.-on Co: 1 t" Lockhart &: Yoijf. Lemons, box'd ; art5Tuesdi>s, Thursdays ard Satur- for New Yorli.
P. FIJfl5. Otter. a > jt 7 oelo.-k A. MN< rfhern Mail arrives THE fine new schr. J. Q ADAMS.
Tst'tKm"r A' Jrtb'lco'tfui
lHr! lower -siundmc 1'JO feet Dr. Gre-u hi.s dnfihtai ne- to Lockhartit
with masts: ; at .n !t exj-rested
:; YOUUJ: 9 to Mr\y| tc I Fart-horn-. do and 2 FETllES, lb TaedajThuwJivs and Saturdays at S o'clock, J. r;. Saunders, master, will hare dis-
leasT aaJ I with lie three mi'cs and one-third J t-> the t-h; do to B (41tLc: bush'' Z') a A. r.I. ; depsrN Mor.diVtdncsday- ad Fri- I pitch icr rhe above port. For freight cfw

ia lenjith.: The estimated cot of the tunnel that the t.iember-i he allowed t to adtlre s Mr- Ali S Kuie} ; :It; bulca! colUici aud 1 box tobacco to Cora, bu-1. 2 a t5; I pny-3 at 1-2 o'clock A. :M. Eis'ern Mal: via I bale-* cotton cr passage, apply to the captain,
i n (Jo hein present) on (lie s'llijecf (if his being CTj : t.ox 3 Ct) 1(1( ())
crlr.. a -
franc- iricv and
is fitly millions) ol) t *, but it will enable : i Q : 1'altahaee, arrives Monday*, %Vedo r to DODGE & PRTTT,
the canal; to be constructed with a sinnimt :a 1'ousvkeexr, and thatlr.. Allen have tae privilre P-T itiniT M lary A Mtcre-jIl bales! cotloi ii iT.V.. cw1 1 43'') a 1 3 I, iu-davd and Saturdi\9 at 12 o'clock: dernrts March 40 Water st.
of heu: ; heard in r.-ply. Adopted.Dr. L-cXIiHit i; \Vun301; to McKay ic l Hartthcrue 1llli Gr'en, lb 3 a : 7 V/edne __
dav-iar.d
and ; j Tile-Java, Sunday > at ti; o'clock,
level of only 1GU fert, really enhance Gruen iirLeiittd the fully.Mi/; resilution, I C.) to \V\li? Ar Mclpftz.fPir > lrv, country, Ib, C a 7 p. ? I. Colun'L3 Mail arrives For New York.
the future advantages of the undertaking dd'td steanicr E.mlv 2%> b .le? cr-tfon '.o Uirporc IRON. ciii-h: lb 4 :L 5 j Sunday ar.dj I
will(: ) : THE bark JAJYE
i.
T uda3 at 6 o'clock, P. M. superior new
il < in2 with far the '! Holme?; 2Sto' W A fc P C Ku 1r?>2 to Sreks; lb 5 a 6 j ; departs TuesJajaj
w pei: ; by greater Resolved, That tie! rr.enberof the City Coun- ; fttLLL't.WX G. Parker
master
l lb. SSlipt. aiiJ E"t'day-4 at 7 o'clock: A. M.j having
nursi'jer' 4f the iocks. The total! of rl not sttL.titd with tOe quuhlicati-Mis t Mr Hill bawr-i-n A: Co: 25 to S Ca: in; 16 to D I 15 t j ta
; are cf
expense her and
h 8 1) j The liuue and Furniture portion engaged going
Wood fc Co: 19 to Chas iiogers fc Co 2S to Bug a are entirely new, cargo
thec nal i' iimntcd at l'J5! millions francs C. P. Allen, who \vasrtcer.tly el'-ctod Infill the bee fc Howard. ; .1 XLI; Rod Ini a thcservditt* tLomtighly! drilled in their business, on board, will have prompt dispatch. For balance

(live millions sterling.) vacancy occa inticd by the resignation: nf Mr. Vr' ( tti2. American, lbt 4 a 6 and all will use their utmost endeavors to make of freight, apply to the master, or to

CLinvjiic and th .t l he i is nnt entitled to a scat EXPORTS. 1.k.&L I 5T the titiie j'3j3pleaaantl to the traveller. DODGE & PRATT,

KEY; WLST.-\Ve extract the following as uien.Ur of the pie ent Council. LIVE H POOL-Per thip Ocean Queen-2,127 Whit' I'ine" A. G. MARSHALL, March "t 4U Water street
Mr. Day moved, duly secosalrd, that further i bal'1rouon.. I. Ydlow M1 7 CU a 1000
particulars. resnpciint the town ot Key West NEW Ai sr.t for the Pro; riefor.Cn.tta.rochee For KGS1022.
the communication iecevt-d from the \ ORKPership B Aymar-129J( balesi
l.on a !letter of John: C. Holt, special a entto actitn ctj i cot'nnPKUVIDEXCE' 'hlite Oik 1IeaI ? Marrfj 17. 1> 'C. 1-2-tf THE fine bark MARY JHMBALL.
be until ths
Mayor postponed : ii-xt .
the Board of L'uderwwiers at New York: :! nitetmg.Adopte -Per ship EJwin-'J07 bal.5 S. I : lIt aditg, I :;):'tigs izd Jlot'fcincs.THE jrcgorv, master will meet with dispatch.
cotton.FALL t I LE.D, Thir, 1b 5 a 6slicer I __14 For
freight or applv.
"The whole annunt of the value of vs- Ou n ution, the! Co'incil! t'ien' arjIurflk'd. ItlVEIl lb 1 subscriber hss, and willcrnstar.tly passage
-Per bark Pio\ide.icc 9at. aLIME. haver-n !iandacrrplete; i ics March 1-t D. B. WOOD & CO.
spisan'l cargo wiecked and in distress on bI !-'- rotton Lbl1lLXSSE1.

the F'ornl.i' Reef during the! year en-Jin: PUILADELPIlIA-Per bar!: Rio-IW; baleb! \ -n1: 27 a 21NAV.'t.E ? .rtmef.t of DRUGS and MEDICINE5 For Sale.
COMMERCIAL. 1 co'ton. STOIIES, Pitch, bliti (it) a 2 ); :'i i which he s ill ss arr.r1t port
.
3ht December, 1515, is 5737,000.) The' .__ ., A very Splendid two story DWELLING -
--- -- -S -e. ()3kum, bald S (J) a 10 01)ROLn ) ciA: ; and t.t" the best quality. Cou.itry: -
whole amount of salvages: awarded i is SCi53J ),- hbll 1I; HOUSE, situated in the most airy
I i Sm) a 2 CM) Merchant* and Planters will find it j
APALACHICCLA CHAM32H CFUEMAiiKS CMiZCE. fl jJT; : ; J11f15flJ ,,
aud the whole of E'Tfl Tar 1)511 2 30 3 I.) X' and pleasant part of that delightful wa-
amount .salvageswhaifaces 1 tI th a tNAILS. ') t'icir a'lvjntajje to call, examine and pric" hi-
storage*, repairs, l.ihor. fff< for D.\JAMi:: SALTER, PreMdVr.t. : i 1 :.; a kegi .io: a SI") ;, G Jri*, before t crchasing elsewhere. > j'| termg place, St. Ji sephs. The house is built in

u1L I4ineed, gl 1 O ) a I L3 the beat manner, with folding door*, three rooms
.;.lirer* of ili comt. all other vxjene*, i I.> 1. M. V. KlGJlTrVice President. i POJIT Or1 APALACHROLA7..7March j N. }H. Physicians prescriptii.t put up t
2L J Oil' bottIe 5)) a 57 ar.d a hall on a iocr! Kitchen, Stable, Carriage /
S105.709--during the %eir: ;pievi.jtis to ihe M. A. MVER 'y aa1 'rrea'r. Sprii, gaIt 1 12 a I O 1 care and accuracy af any hour thedd> er :i-c" t. 1li'jsa and all cut-buildings ia good

|ist tie! whole) :amount of property wivclved I CLEANED.March : T4irt!. } J- C. ALLEN, necessary
15. F BOURSE. 1 17-.-"..' (1. McBride ftr Tannr |; Marc'i 21 C>r. C nfre a-d C'-ir-nerre; sts. i iREMilDY
aid in dixtfssvas $7'J 3.00-1 the ,) :-ffM Q-ieen, ,
; sivagi L-. FRED. E. DUCUS, Committee The above will Le sold very low as the present
LivMrjioi-], by J iJ.iy Jo Co. Cd--ior. bo1thi I 75 a 2 00 f
was 6'OJ.71; and all otherxpensts autJtlirjes I i.* r *Y. ; V rfi hip Edv-in, Pieicr., for Providence, by T L PROVISIONS, Pork, 'tliss, bbi 1250 a !:; lfl) ;! owner intends leaving the country.
were S2'?' J.0jJ; inoludin. r.bnut II. .A15-TtN.: 1 Appeals.S. Much t *!I. 5' M. O. bbillTO h 12 09) : ;: taorft per.ect is said now to be I Persons wishing to barer a summer retreat,

?6.0.JO( ) for fu'je! <. During the list year alujtr H. \RTSIIOJJXEJ! March 1P.jrk Iio, Harding, far PhHtirfephfi !I- Prime, bbi! II CO all 5''; $! ::X di-icoveied: m soiJicd Cor.sutnr.tion, Liver where all the advantages cf health, sea bathing,

I a.iuniiiT of was aveil than| TI T). IARDE) by T L Miuhvli.I'.ri Dantitfl1-*, |Ihl 1) a l>7 i CuupLint, or aiiy or' their incipient syirsptrm, fishing and limiting are enjoyed in the greatest
property CAS! ROiE3" ; ? M.iri i L Il.i!, Uoger?, Lr New Orlean', '. eins'ased, Ib! 10 .i ifIh' I| o:i the Chrono-Therrnal system, by the use ofI ;I perfection, \vill tio well to applv soon to
dannj tli
.
t ye.ir; previous although the sumptiJ > II < POUTER, I Committee by t-inr!*>> Iloi r* fc Co. Side 65; a. 7 |I Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the march 10 WOOD t CO, C2 Waterst.lo .
for viILZ it is 5-' ,l-v'' less. Th *rcar SAM'L CAS.-IX, V cfH. MaHi 2sj-Ship B L\\-m-\r, Carver, for New- Siwulders, lb| 3? a t> G.)Rtnne, BAJ.-AM OF LIVERWORTtvhirli he j.re-

? "npln\CJ in cru>in? and Hvin j this ) G. GUYOV, I Arbitration. York, bv Nonr-, rvon-1 fc Co. LAUD, I'll <5 a it |i iIbj I pares at ."75 1-OWElV. This {plan; of treatment, Purchase for Cash.

pronety! abOUt 10:; reul.ir licene-I ve-ssels, I 1 1'V. T1T'1 S *" i cllr D S Gre.n>rv. Youna: for New Orhan- L'r T-1 f.i B a 25 j! IUAV L5pou ed by several eminent physicians, i s, NEGRO BOY, from IU to iuyearaot"age
w. SIMS, J March 21 Bark CIIEa.E 1E2 A
Providence
Vmson. Fill ,
wMi: each for : and has hen for .a iotJi time, the ? of the suitable (tor taking care tf a horse and
dews avrra-jin about 10 men I, __ .5- -. --- -S----------- River, t.m T Wo, d.t'chrOciiid PnT.vrn bbl 2 ?0 a 3 .>> i ; socr t
belles several fishing; smar.ks and Mii.ill; OX: THE MARKET.OOTTOV tliurchill. New Ol leans. PEA: \TJTSn ikhJO( a 1" U nparLiiekducces-? which has attended Doctor waiting in the Lcu e. Apply tomchH

but: 01 casionnliy! employed.! The salvages !: ;<(- CW1: 5 (St) a 6 TaylorV nic-diciue i.i performing its word 'rful 1 __ WOOD &; CO_32 Water-st.*
are eed''d! -: iuce Tues3.iv, we hiv bad a very ; AKinVKD. APICES, Ca *ii. lb 21 a 25 cure*, which in many, \cry many ca>cs, have -
Court established here fur,
by f <5iiipl mrket: purchcs nianifestins hut little di'-- March II-fcir! D5 Gri-iy, Younj, fm Ne.v CILVe lb'' a 5') b. en ..li io-t incredible, but the conclusive proofs Notice.
t't4t; pui > jxt>, and e ici! ve>Mil fu-j'a ed j in Origan.-;. Ginger; root lb the D.t-rcr bnn forward A LL lxecutors, Administrators, and Guar-
have pressed irresistible
ositioii to operate, while fdCtor- net i a i it < can ar.dj
'thi') tii>iiii s< of wrecking i is licensed by the their cotton the market but ha\e been indifO j M.ircli! 15 T5ri M.iri.t L Trill, R.o3Jrs, fm New '4 groun. ii) 1 a j we a.l.-i-e all who may have cunzbs or simplecold -A. bans, 1 trctofore commissioned by the County -
J Jij". The utmo&t sood laith and oodtotnl : upon ; into Ciii Ko t-rst'c Co. Nutmegs, ''Si 2 12 a 2 ') to this ; $ Court of Franklin Cuint}, will be expected
I even, ue perfect specifi: without
: format s-'llfra unleas at full pncfF.Ve make no'rhauge Bnjl,.u-y, Conuay, fin Pensaccla to Nource j ri
Pepp-r, lbl 1' a I > make their annual ttlcmei.ts on or before the
( ct on the of ihe wreckers is delay.iFranktin small leak will sink
re.ired a
part ,. says a
in the few wles niade be-1 LaLII 4 ; Ci SUGAR N. Gilt-sins it)? Ij
: our quotations, a 1st Monday cf April next in tie Probate's office',
<]. : .f them by the Court and cnbe.leKieut March 16 .-Schr Octavia, Churchill, fin New Old ) N. 0. 15'' li a 7' biz ship. Therefore, cure yonr coughs before
-rot
tiboiU { of said default therein will be noted
ing at our inures.uvcnrooi. or
Orleans.March..1 F'cr I cour.ly,
sals!
ot Cart () or other misconduct beiuj; T>caf, Ib, U a it }our lunj are past cure. by

ays iullowed: by a fuifeiiuie of saJvaje; CLASSIFICATIOX.3iforior 19-Ship Da-i'iL-! P.og. rs,fm Liverpool. SALT, Liverpool!, pick; 1 i ; a I U J. C. ALLEN, Scie Agent for against thtrn.
has March 2:>-.-hii) Unrrm, Cog-rs. fm Lir'o; I. Coar-er, blIh: 62 a 73 Apalachicola.CAUTION L. W. SFRATT, Judge Probates .
; Jwpn of raie occurrence. Tliet" S"hr L Uoy, Uedeii. fm New Yu.k, to Doc'sfc :-; STEEL, Cast, cwr'I 0' 2.5 ( I The Doct'-r Apalachicolj, March 14, 1546. rochl4 ll-3t
...... .... ... ....3 a f J oj a JlOH'i .t genuine TAYLOR'S
) a of Key West contains a i population) ofa" I! iry.... .... .... ....fi a Ci 4:] a "){ I I .I'r.it.1eimPr. German, ct tt2 0;) a 1 tt) I Isnip. j U.\I>AJI or LiVKR'.voaT, has on the brUte aI Iron, Nails, &c. .

(>'it I400f fouls, who derive their livelih"od I- Middling! .... .... .... ....<>J a i/J 4} a 5ii ; Ar'.s. H Jrni'nr. fm T'I ttahnr.cheeteamerCiiinpionCa'lwa'lailer 15, 5) a I splendid steel plate tnzravin to prevent coon- TT1IIE subscribers have on hand and for sale*,

nviinly: from the the profits of wreck'aj. ( (i*l Middhnj. ... .. .7 a 7> a 5J 'ieuiuer; Mary ;A Moore Moore,, fm tin Coliimhus.Kuinula. : SPIRITS, Gin Brandy Holland Cognac, gaIt 2 3. a 3 50 t terfeit-s i'r.ed by fiurdon J. Leed*, any other i is: | JL wholesale arid retail, low for Cash-
,
1 Sil I 7.5
: !ti-I i hin manufacture;. of salt, petieinl Middling Fair.- a 7i Z.. a r\ ''ted'rJr Aug'j.-ti% Hall fiDin Loiumbu-. gait vile arid dangerous imitation and the public are 2<> tons assorted Iron ; 50 kess assorted Nails,
Americ-m 4. -12
Fair ... .... .... .... ....7fl S &a6 : gtl ) a I
trade, cutuiuerce and other employmentsgriMin Good Fair.... .... .... .04 a. &V nomintl.FuriGiirs. "teaiflcr Ap-d jchiCoL, Sin'ioM, liom Cufaula. Rum, N. E. gaI 7 a .11)) cautioned not to purchase or deal in if, is it isproiwt 50 kegs Spike-*, Wrought and Cut,
nut of these. It povscs es one -VdMi'-r! L.iti'y. itol-i.j.l, fin C-'li'iubu?. Whiskey, R-jct. gal$ 2t a 25 l bv the U. S. Copy Right Laws. Sheet and Boiler Iron, .
Ep.scopaiian and Methodist church .-Since Tue -diy no fngaje-ments for tp.i'ij-r!, l-'r.f iul.1:), B-irnet, fm Eufaala.1eanir Alcohol, gi! I2; a 75 March 21, I8K; 12-ly Hollow Ware, a general assortment,

one Foreign ports hate cume to OUr knowlj-d e.- Alb my, Grifin, fin Albany: SKINS, Bear, i I 50 a 2 (ii) Sujjar and Coldren Kettles,
wait' sun bchnols and] both of uhich A'fr( "HAilHKKS, MARCH 16 IslG.Fraaclin ( .
Ly are Co.u-tvui-e there is much activity and the rates teanier Ch trl"sMn, Freemdn, fin Cola! nnbu. Deer, I 7 a 9 Ccok and Parlor Stoves, Sad Irons,
nell attended._It has several day schools SHOT, all oizcs, lTJ S ; a. C Circuit Court.
Blacksmith's Tools Hardware S
a'l'lboirfiinrj schools and boarding houss.. freely given. Extn.ct from a letter to a sentl-man in this city, TOBACCO, It} 1 75' L\ CILvNCERY.Alphonse Britannia and Jappand, Wares,, Brass Andirons'- -

Three QUOTATIONS : from Key Yvre -t, und"r date of I 11th in.-t. TEA, Yonn? Hyson, thi 43 a 1 0) Loubaf, ,
hundred and forty-nine vessels, with To Liverpool ... .... 1-2 a 17-2.I per Ib. :- Souchonz, lb : ) a 75 Fire Dog*. Shovels and Tongs,
aa 22rt" ate tonnage iit\: ,97O, 1,000) ( men '* New York. .... .... . .... .5- c. The IJritj MOXEY i row di.-ch.ir-'ins! : nt Tifi's TI\T, vs. I IG.tIge Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boxes,

catered aud clered at KeyVest during the I(O&lOlJ*. .*.. .* .. . ... 9tJ. >Gf wharf, car-ro ci i"pfivc--, having been adhere on TWINE, Baling: Ib IS a 2$) W. If.irri-on and Margaret Marlin Sinn Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Cordage,
J'rovidence ... . ... .... Cram i Harrison, his wife,
Jat! jear. About 23,000bushels of salt are _>-So._ ; LerI21d Kt-y, Toitjas.:: ?he was hound from Stiiw, 11J1 40 a 5) David G. Raney and Harriet F. Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar, Rosin,
I WINES, \adria! gaIt 1 03 a 3 1)0Charn.tgne. ) and Linseed Oil
New-Orleans to New-HatTI Conn. Turpentine, Sperm ,
Annually: made the island solar! : his wife
Hudson
on by evap dozlH) 00 15 $00 Raney, ; Joseph
COTTON STATEMENT. Last |' ; a Paints and Crushes Uijging and! Pump eathef
oration; its beauty and quality are unsurpassed. The llp: SOI-TIII-OKT! Captain ClurrriTir, ran Alexander McAlpin and ,
year. and Buckets
." Stock on hand l--t S'-pl .. ... ...4 3' '-arliorc on East Key, Tortuga--, on or about the 3dI (riIVe are authorised to announce ()-,-den Ihgerty, Assignees of Bill to fore Tin MattPumps and Sheet Iron Ware. ,

Received ]>.i>t 3 davr3fi4i:: ; > j I i i nst. ; was got off( with assistance of wreckers cud Laverty, Cutter fc Co. ; James close mort- Co.
csrecTKD; S L.tvLn.-TILC ship Panther; l)revlou fy. ... . .Tl.ftiS | arrived here niqht before last.j Col. JAMES J. PITTMAN, as a candidate for Bogart and John X. Haw them, gaga on lot.3 March 1 r ROBERTS, ALLEN fc

1 assed Midshipman H.j S. XKWCOMB.; Co n 1- Trtt-l. ...bales 7,313:11S'I': The f-hip does tint leak and will the niEce of Brigadier General, Fir t Brigade, constituting the firm rf Bogart Ncs. P and Sheriffs Sale.BY .

mander? < a prize to the U. S. ship Yurktown, Exported pa-t 3 d. y ... ..... .6,279 i probably not Florida Militia, at the ensuing election in April &. Hawthorn ; David aitland, 12 in block! virtue cf.1 writ of fieri facias, issued frpm
lirrviously ..... lo, Js7 j dircharge cargo, and as soon as the salvage can be
Capt. C. 11. Bell, airivcd at this port yesterJJ Total... .... . 31,606 73030On : settled will proceed on her $hs next. March 7. David S. Kennedy, Henry LiEl, in the Clerks Office of he Circuit Court for Cie
in 77 days from Kabender, (Africa). voyage. w.is verty, James i>. Rranden and city of Apalachicola. county of Franklin, Western Circuit of Florida;

The Pun'hcr as bound to Providence, (I K. hand and on s-hipboard not cleared 26ft49l :WIfl3 !\ bound from Charleston" to Apalachicola with part ii)?' We have been requested( by the Hamilton Murray, constituting wherein Holbrook Nelson fc Co. are phmtifis apd

M) but into EIBMa n i tl 0ai MB B E> B B>B H BBMI1 j j jEZPORTS ofcarqoricc, fcc. the firm of Brandon fc Murray ; Geo. F. Baltzell is deft, I have levied upon, and .
put this port on account of friends of WILLIAM II. HUGHES, to announce and Draper will
for the
$!ress of OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA -- Crumby expose sale, before Court House doer
ad weather, being short of provisions Commencing 1st e|>ienih r, l 'ij-aiiJ aame LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. him as a candidate for Colonel of the Third Re constituting the firm cf i ia the city of Apalachicola, on Monday, the 6th

'u sickness on board. She was captured time in 1S14. sn irs. gtmentF'k'ridahitia.. March 7 Crumby fc Draper ; Wilson day of April next, within legal hours>? the following

oseqnence of suspicions being enterioed --- Pat Previ--- LatWIILTIIEIt arul Gale, \isible described property, fo wit :The one undivided
that she i Mariann.i, Phillip-, :379 ton for New York, loa ::1- : of the firm cf Wilson half of
Lots number
ExporrEn.
was ensaged iu the slave 3 days ou-Iy. ins-McKay fc Hart horne. ti'S; partners one arid twenty itt

[fade, and has been sent to the United States' l4tvPrpool .... ... .... 2J .isjjyi.-joias. h uron. Weeks, 511 ton, for Liverpool, loading- : a* above a choice selection Gale &, Co. and James Brcwr.IT Block F. 1, and the improvements thereon, in
of
(0r trial. Hare.Nantz.. .... .... .... ......... j. 1S12'.1J79! i J I)iy k\: Co. RECEIVED and Provisions appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, the said city of Apalachicola. Levied upon .ii t

The Yorktoun. Kabender ... .... ... ... ..... ) I Geo Skolfleld, SkoltielJ, 4l4 tons, for N York, tre-h of ; also, a that the above named defendants do not reside the property cf said defendant, and'tb be sold'tb
left and
proceed was at 0 j'rie-ie...... .... .... .. ...I. .... .. .. I.. .-i.iiarenoi /r ;, io-Adiuz-Nourse, iflone fc Co. supplv Spring; Summer Clothing, within the State of Florida: but within the satisfy sa id\\rit. JOHN LUCAS,
the
Iat.l up coast in a few iJay, She ( ... .... .. .. j I. .- ) Alexander, Leeds, 591 ton?, fm Havre, watting- made up in the latest style' for sale bv United States; It is therefore ordered, that pub Sheriff Franklin County. '

ehr.ctared! ; '( at sea, Sept. 5th, American Other ports. ..... .... ,. Master.Dauntless GIBSON fc CLAP, lication be made in the Corr.ti.efcial Advertiser, Apalachicola, March 7; 1546. IQ-ts

Pattu-cnt, Capt. Davis, suspected of f Total to For. Ports. .2427.16123 .1N>00.2JS21; Rosers, C93 tons, fra Liverpool, wai t- March 21 23 Water street. once a week, for the space of four months, of the

Slaitn, and placed prize master Lieut. \\r. New York...... .... .. 1:3514: 1.N1t): .220I(; t'rsent ins, llogerj-Master.i 622. ton, fin Liverpool S BILLS I ot the Commercial B ink of Macon re- institution of said suit, requiring them to appear;: "Sasis Souci,"

-handler, on board. The P. sailt-d from [HostouProvidence.. ..... ..... ........... ..7494 .7491 .17271[ i waitiaj at par for Goods at the lowest cash aid answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or I RE3TAURAUT, BILLIARD AND HEADING

onrovia 6th Kov. for New-York. 30ih .. .... ...967; .332 .499 .CJ02!) KARQUES. prices, byMarch before the expiration of that time, or said bill ROOM, 'I
O'., captured Philadelphia .... ........44O'. .... !L..4IO..127()|{ 'i: B. ELLISON fc Co. will be taken as confessed against them and such Corner Commerce and Centre Streets. .
American bark Pans Due de Orleans Robertson fm New
York *
Oihjt3 Cap IJaltimore. .... ... .... ......I..1052 .1G >2.1, (>.>3 wai further crder given in the premises as to the K
board [Portugese,] with 9000 slaves on New Orleans.. .......... .. .. .2172. .2172!. .:3S30, jngl.ter. Congress Spring WaterJUST Court seem meet.A BY R. E. RAIMOND. '
Robert Watt Johnson fm may
Scot her to Monrovia to land the Olherporta. ... .. ..-- .1149 ._. .460.I6irf,' >;;1LL931[ waitins,-Ilili, Dawon, tons fc Co., Liverpool 1, received per schr. LeRoy, and for sala by; ( Copy Teste.)
tFoes J
Prize Lieut. R. C. Cogdell acting as Totdl Coastwih. .. .13552,. Ti' .asm; 4163:3 Jane \Vllliatas, Parker, 39G tons, for New York, March 21 J. C. ALLEN. ? WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk. OYSTERS.-.Fried, Broiled, Roasted. Stewed;

master. The POM had been prey 1- TUTAL-.-BALKS. .... .... ....... 't.Tj31.7S9; ) loading-Uod je fc Pralt. UIo lasses. March 20. 1546-12-Jin Pickled and in the Shell. v*# S S

OUSI1 seized by H. B. M. brig Cygnet but :- p Cumberland, Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool, Z A BRLS. N. 0. Molasses, for sale by FjraiiRIin County. WELSH RAREBITTS jt
Wa 4
-- J fc Co.
leased in a few days. NEW ORLEANS, March 13. loading- Day 'JU Ahrch 7 J. DAY & Co FIRST DISTRICT JUSIICE'S COURT. POACHED EGGS, t
Th Mary Kimball, Gregory, 372 tons, for Boston; BIRD
SUPPERS.S
Panther has experienced much bad COITOV-Arrived fine the lath int., 1846Sbales. loadin?-D B Wo<5d fc Co. R wanted by S A. G. Semmeu, *",*' .
Weather, and is in Cleared in the fame time 4,519 bales- Eaclid. Davison 501 fm Berhice marchli D. ft- Private Supper Rociasl- :, -
a leaky condition. GOrh; ton*, waiting- B. WOOD &: CO.B vs. >Attachment.
Jafl Ia;. 5 N. making u reduction in stock of 13,149 bales, and S Bugbee fc Howard and Ls Fred E Dugaa.BHICS. Aaron B. Marvin. HOT LUNCH;every day from it to L
long. 57V.. aw an En leaving on hand, inclusive rf all nn shipboard not AGGING-200 rolls, for sale by } Families and visitors supplied with Oyiterf bf

bbarqui., colours union down. A British cleared this day, a stock cf 183.213 bales. march 14 D. B. WOOD & CO. rpHE defendant notified of institution of j the barrel or gallon. March 14

''IMhe Denizen, of Liverpool, alongside We t-tated in ont review of Tuesday night last Wm L Jones, Tyl! r, 22() tons, for New York, S L the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable ; ,

kept away, for them.-.she had been boarded that th* transactions Cotton tit the commencement S loading-Doa e fc Pratt. SPECIE-For sale in rums to suit purchasers:, to the April term ot" said Court Rope. -

by theihip nd of the week had been on a 'moderate scnle, Morea, Con way,,261 tons, for New York, loading l. D. B: WOOD & Co. S S t A. G. SEMMES. 1300 COILS, for. sale bynurcuM .5-;', .

soon after capsized fiaaie t tS which had imparted ,to,:the: raarLct% & tomcwhat -Nour-c, Stone fc Co. January 10, lSf 16. : March IS, IS 1C. li-Cm ', B WOOD & CO:


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ProclamationBY The National Press, LcaI t -
1'otfttfl. Ic im1nLtvatotn' 1'otfttL 'Vnnd Fashion
Ith l Fall
THE GOVERNOR. JOURNAL FOR HOME: A Repository of
A a WHOLESALE
virtue of the provisions of an act of the Letters; a Record of Art; a Mirror of Pass- AND RETAIL' "
BY Assembly of this State, entitled, ing Events. To be published every Saturday, at Western Circuit of the State of NOTICE-Know all persons interested, that THE wbscriber begs leave tor call ths ttW

U An Act to organize th. Militia of the State of two dollars a year, in advance. GEORGE P. Florida. I from the date of this notice, Iwill his customeri and, country BJerefca .
Florida" approved\ December, 1915, I, WILLIAM MORRIS, Editor and Proprietor.A IN FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT. apply to his honor the Judge of Probate for an extensive assortment of good, whicb he'"::

D. MOSTLY Governor of Florida, do hereby of the most eminent literary persons Henry D. Darden, Assumpsit by attachment. the county of Franklin, for letters of administration j just received from New Yor1, per ihip M,7j,,.

Proclaim: that an Election will be held on the of this country, have proposed to the undersigned Plaintiff. Sum demanded, upon the estate of Stephen T. Skillman, deceased. and Among which he offers on tbe mOlt reaaong l, '

First Monday in Jlpril ne.t.fora1I the Division, (to publish, under the above title, a refined and vs. $11,589 12. SILAS DAVENPORT.Apalachicola English which may be found the following S
Brigade, and Regimental OJicers of the Militiaof valuable Newspaper, upon a plan combining the Daniel McDougald, Bond filed in 24000. Fa., March 6, 1846. 10-6w and American Calirn*.,enl1 j-V1, !:.

the State as foliawa: highest resources of National Talent with the best Defendant. -Six months after date I will apply J FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil Ombre Muslin Cashmeres de Printed Rep'd Cashn'

For one Major General of the First Division! of elements of extensive popularity, and at so triflingan THE defendant and all others interested will NOTICE Probate Court of Franklin County, and nervous Headache, Constipation, sortment Laines, an extensive and beautiAJ **.

the State of Florida, composed of that part of annual cost as! will place it within the convenient notice that this suit was! commenced for a final discharge from the administration and Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu : Tarlton ,
the State West of the Suxvannee Hi ver. For one reach of all classes of society. The control by attachment issued 15th March, 18-15, from office of executor of the estate of David Richardson lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by Muslin, white and colored,

Major General of the Second Division of the and management of this publication will form the Franklin Superior Court in the Apalachicola :; deceased. Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist. Wrought Ombre Drapery Muslins,

State of Florida comoosed of that part of tho exclusive and undivided attention of the Editor. District of the Territory of Florida, returnableto E. B. WHITMARSH. Tarrant's Compound Extract Zephyr Shawls, .
of .
. State East of the Suw nee River, ana known as whose- -long experience- ample facilities and prac- May Term, 1845, of said Court-that the said Feb 21, 1846. 8-6m Cubebs and Damask Embossed and Essingle Silk Shawls! r i
East and South Florida. tis ed care, will be exerted to select, unite and writ hath by operation of law, been transferee! to Copavia. Morine and Muslin de Laine Shi u '
For one Brigadier General for the first Brigade, harmonize the various skill which is willing to Franklin Circuit Court in the Western Circuit of NOTICE-Six months after date the under. Stands unrivalled for its Tyrolesse and Cockerill Caps and Hood* .

composed of the Militia west of the Apalarhi- seek development under his direction. The the State'of Florida, that a declaration hath been will apply to the Judge of Probate efficacy; it performs a cure Fancy Mit ts,Gloves, Cuffs,Head-dress/A*.it.

cola. For one Brigadier General of the second Scope, Design and Character of this Paper will filed in said cause by leave of the Court at the for the county of Jackson, for a final settlement in H few dajs-no confine- Victoria and Grass skirts,

Brigade composed of the Militia east of the differ from those of any journals heretofore established present Fall Term, 1845, and that the defendant of the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said ment or restriction in diet, Ericsson and Ombre Trimmings,

Apalachicola and west of the Smvanee. For while it will comprehend all that they is hereby notified that he is required to appear county, and a discharge from the office( of Executrix is necessary.: It will be Silk and Fancy Velvet Sash Ribbons

cne Brigadier General of the third Brigade, composed contain of importance to the community. The and plead to the declaration filed in said case according of the last will and testament of said deceased. ', found invaluable,being pre- Hosery of all descriptions,

) of the Militia of the counties of Colum- contents will be fitted to engage the attention ofthe to law. W. G. M.\ DAVIS, MARY ANN CHAPMAN, pared with the greatest Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs,

bia, AlachtK, Levy, Marion, Benton and Hills- man of business, and be a source; of elegant THOMAS H. IIAGNER, December 20, 1845. Executrix. possible care, upon well Carpeting and Negro Cloth,
borough. For" one Brigadier General of the: instruction and entertainment to the Domestic Attorneys of Plaintiff. tested principles, fi-unded Flannel, Apron Checks,
fourth Brigade, composed of the Militia of the Fireside and Family Circle. Dated Dec. 10, 1815. 51.3m NOTICE-The undersigned having recently upon that important law, Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirting:,
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as administrator' on the estate ofHenry first established by the celebrated Over, Dress, and Frock Coats '
counties of Nassau, Duval, St. Johns, Orange, The leading characteristics of this will ,
St. Lucie Dade and Monroe. be as follows: paper In Circuit Court for Jackson Co, Joscy, late of Jackson county deceased, Dr. Fordyce, viz: Cassimere and Sattinet Pants,
Frances Beatty, ) requests all persons who are indebted to said estate C t hat a combination of similar Silk, Satin and Fancy Vests,
For one Colonel one Lieutenant Colonel, and 1. Early and Copious! Intelligence of all interesting
vs. V BILL FOR DIVORCE. to come forward and make immediate payment i remedies would produce a more certain, Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Shirts
one Major, for each Regiment, as follows: occurrences in Literature, Society aod Art, James Beatty. ) ; and those to whom said estate is indebted speedy, and considerable effect, than any equivalent Negro Pants, Jackets, tc. &c. ,
both home
For the first of the Militia at and abroad.
Regiment, composed popularT lIE defendant will take notice that I have to present their claims within thp time prescribed l dose of any single one.' In many cases the Calf, Seal and Water-proof Boots
of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. 2. A Foreign Correspondence of tried filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court, by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, disease is entirely prevented by its timely applica Calf, Kip and Rusjett Brogans
For the second of the Militia ity and merit has ,
Regiment; composed acknowledged been engaged, interrogatories to bo proposed to John Dnrham, Marianna, Nov., 19.1:'. [6m] Adm'r. t tion. For sale by Ladies' fine colored and black Kid
and will be Sliooen..
of Walton! and Washington: counties. commenced with the first number.
John P. Mayo, Darling: Stewart and John Stew : Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c. U Walking Shoes
For 'he third Regiment, composed of the Militia 3. Productions in fiction, romance and historical art, and that on the second Saturday in February NOTICE-The undersigned having recently colored ,
and
of Franklin and Calhoun counties. l narrative; Sketches of the taste and mannersof as administrator on the estate of Cabinet Work Shop. black Gaiter Boot

For the fourth: Regiment, composed of the Militia the time; Essays, :after the manner of the Tat- said next,witnesses I shall proceed, at the to Court take House the depositions in the town of':. Carey %V. Josey, late of Jackson county deceased, THE subscriber is now in readiness Fine Vatiety Moleskin of Misses and and Fur Children Hats Shoes andBoct.,

of Jackson county. tle rand Spectator, on subjects connected with I of Marianna.: A. H. BUSH PUPs Atfy. requests all persons who are indebted to said estate 'rrmI to manufacture new, or repair old, Hunting Hats and ,
Cloth
For the fifth of the Militia social interests to come forward and make immediate Caps
Raiment, composd ; biographical notices and anccdl'te5 Marianna, Dec. 30, 'S45. payment Furniture, with promptness and despatch Fine
of Gadsden county. literary and professional; bon-moti; epigrams ; and those to whom said estate is indebtedto and solicits the patronage of his old (paying Cutlery, Toys, &c. &.c.

For the sixth Rejjimcnt, composed of the Militia and elegant trifles of every kind; (the rumors AT CHAMBERS, DEC. fi, IS45.FJ.anklil1 present their claims within the time prescribed ) customers and hopes by strict attention to u too Together with a general variety of ether G of Leon and Wakulla counties. of the day, and the comments that float uponthe Circliit Court Florida. by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, orders to gain some new ones. vites numerous to mention. He respectfully] ii.

For the seventh Regiment, composed of the conversation of the hour:-materials of this; Fall Term. Marianna, Nov. 4, 1845. [6m] Adrn'r.OTICE..Six PETER HOBART. he is satisfied you to call and examine for yourselves tad

Militia of Jefferson county. kind will form the ordinary staple of the work. IN CHANCERY. (jtj-: Shop in third story of Brick Building, corner as will that him he can offer such induce_
For the eighth Regiment, composed of the 4. The department of Criticism will exhibit a L John Gorrie, On bill to foreclose months after date, I will apply Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8. ensure a share of patronage

Militia of Madison\ : and Hamilton counties. discriminating and popular survey of the I"iteraryproductions Lr vs. 1 I mortgage on certain to the Probate Court of Franklin county FRANCIS KOPMAN

For the ninth Regiment, composed of the Militia of the day. There will be a thoroughand Lewis Moseley, and pl'opertY"to wit : Lots u for a final discharge from the administration of BOOT Thos.AND Clark, Nov 5. Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings.
of Columbia count ..- careful: chronicle of of the estate Joseph C. Burdsall. SHOEMAKER,
) every thing value accomplished his wife Ann Mose- No. 0 and 2 in Block
For the tenth Regiment, composed of the Militia in Painting and Sculpture, and a candid Icy, formerly Ann J No. one,}in the City of ELLWOOD BURDSALL. CONTINUES to carry on this business IVew Dry Goods !
of Alachua, Levy and Marion counties. and patriotic estimate of the National productions Gillespie.! Apalachicola. Apalachicola, Nov. I, 1845. etta.1k ( in Apalachicola, two doors below THE SUBSCRIBER having just received and
___ the Hotel
For the eleventh Regiment, composed of the in comparison with other countries.- appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,, ---- ---- -c------------- City on Centre street.- his splendid stock of NEW DRY
Militia of Banton and Hillsborough counties. Such exposition of the character and special excellencies IT that the above named defendants, Lewis P. State Tax Collector's Sale. Having superior workmen, ha is confident GOODS, at his store adjoining the Drug Eitab.
that
For the twelfth Regiment: composed of tho of what Is exhibited in Music will be Moseley and his wife Ann Moseley\ formerly Ann I :NOTICE is hereby given that six all who may patronize him will find I lishment of J. C. Allen, respectfully invites the
have
Militia of Duval and Nassau counties. constantly given, as lead to the PUBLIC they called at the right shop. French Calf public to call and examine for themselves._
may more intelligent Gillespie, reside beyond the limits of said State, :after date I will expose to sale atpublic Skin and Morocco
Boots
For the thirteenth Regiment, composed of the enjoyment of that most imaginative and delicate but residents of the United State, to wit, the outcry, opposite the Court House door, of the latest fashion and, or Shoes, made to order, Among this new stock,are the following articles

Militia of St. John, Orange and St. Lucie coun. branch of the Fine Arts. State of Alabama. It is therefore ordered, That I in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin, All most approved style., '17.-
mending, &c., done with neatness and Calicoes beautiful
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ties. 5. No original papers will appear but those of: the said defendants be required to appear and answer the following Lots, lying and being in said City, titude and that promp. Mousline patterns and latest fashioac;
on terms fail deLaines
For the fourteenth Regiment, composed of the obvious and decided merit: and the selections the said Bill of Complaint, on or before the as the property of the following persons, for cannot to be re and Fancy Ginghams;
Militia of Dade and Monroe counties. (which will commonly be from the sixth of due cognised as in keeping with the competition in Amiens, a rare and splendid article for Ladle
foreign journals day April next, or in default thereof, that t Taxes said State for the year 1845, as perplan trade and the closeness of the times. Dresses
And I do order that said Election be helJ at I the least known to this country) will be made (the same be taken as confessed against:' them. of City. ;

the precincts in the several( counties, at which with the utmost attention and care. .tl nd it is furtfur ordered, That a copy of this _.?-!Jt.f. \11J/ork1.. \, uwners.Taxes.\ -)--janlT- 3-6t Silk Ladies'and Worsted Shawls;'
and
the general elections, on the first Monday of Oc The predominant. design of the Editor is to add I order be published in the Commercial Advertiser, : Committed Gentlemens fine. Worsted and

tober last, were ordered to be held, and by the to the Republic Letters a Weekly Journal, distinctly a newspaper published in the city of Apalachicola and 2 40 (Campbell, $ 20 TO the Jail of Franklin County Cotton Hose;
!9 12 El Calhoun & Ross Apa A fine
1 60
Inspectors appointed; to manage such elections]:; and decidedly National in tone and features for four months successively. 15 H2 R. McKenzie !lachicola, Florida, on the 27th January, assortment!: of Domestics of Tarious
and if such Inspectors for any cause fail or refuse and, at the same time, to avoid all connection (Copy-Teste.) : 30 IS4G, a runawaywho calls his widths and colors;
7 and 12 Bl VVm. Mathers assigns 2 95 : name SAM, Jaconet, Swiss and
to act, then by such Inspectors as the voters present with mere party politics. THE NATIONAL WILLIAM VALLEAU, Dr. and says he belongs to Augustus Linear, Figured Muslins;
-1 1 2S Meacham Cotton
Laces
at such precincts may select. And I do PRESS will in brief, combine the striking December J3, IS1j.! riO-.1m Clerk. J II. N. Morris 40 Gadsden County, Florida. Said boy is 25 or 30( ; Insertings of numerous patterns;
order that and novel attraction of the 1 80 Ladies' fine Caps of all kinds
further the returns of said election Newspaper, with t..e David years old, dark color, about :5; feet, 6 or 7 inches ;
shall be made by the Inspectors thereof forthwith more abiding interests of the higher class of pe-: Franklin Superior Court. .1 14 Seldon, 55 high. The is Children's ditto, ditto;
after the election, and directly to the Governorand irodicals. It will be printed in the folio form, on William Wright, ) 6 and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60 comply with owner the law, and requested take him to come forward, Red, Yellow and White Flannels;

Comm'1n<1er-in-Chief of the Militia of this large and superior paper, on a new and clear vs. > Attachment for $5000. 2, 22 Chittenden's Estate, 30 JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff away.F. C. Gentlemen's and Boys' fine Hats and Caps;

State. And I do further order, that the Inspec type, obtained expressly for the purpose ; and I Daniel McDougald. ) JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff, Apalachicola, Feb. 14, 184G. 7-tf Gent LambVwool Under-shirts and Drawers;
tors of the various precincts shall set up, twenty will be, in its whole arrangements and details, a THE Defendant and other person interested and ex-Officio State Tax Collector. Silk and Straw Bonnets;
days before the election, in three or more public favorable specimen of the best typographical I hereby notified of the institution! of the Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 181"3. 4-6m Twenty Dollars Reward. Umbrellas and Parasols;

places in their election district, notice of the of the country. In addition to these, and as one above suit, and are required to plead accordingly. about to close their present business, FOR the apprehension of the boy HENRY, Beautiful Ribbons; Cord and Tassels;

time of holding the election hereby ordered. of its most valuable peculiarities, it will be, in; GEO. S. HAWKINS, BEING now offer for sale their large : absented himself from this city, on Saturday Alapacas, &c. &c. &c.

Given under my hand at the city of Tallahassee reference to the diversity of talent that will be J. C. SMITH: and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, last, without leave. He is about 50 years Together with a general and well selected

this 20th day cf February; 1846. employed upon it, the cheapest paper in the; Alt'ys for Plaintiff. Hat?, Caps, &c., at greatly reduced prices for old, six feet high, bullet-headed, and bald on top assortment of
Ladies'fine
W. D. MOSELEY, United State! Apilachicola, March In, 1S15. 49-4m cash only. of his head, with an ancient cut over the left eye, Boots and Shoes;

Governor of Florida, and ComrnanderinChiefof Terms.-T wo dollars a year,or three copies for: Ge orgeS.! Hawkins, 1 COATS : which, with an impediment in his speech, gives; Gentlemen's ditto, ditto;.

the Militia thereof. Feb 23 9-te five dollars, invariably in advance. A.. G. ocmmes c- Attachment, Franklin Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coats; him, when he attempts to speak, a curious expression Boys' ditto ditto;

An OrdinaziaccIn It will be sent by mail to all parts of the United \'s. > Circuit Court, Damages Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do. worthy the study of a Lavater. The Gentlemen's Frock and Ready-made Box Clothing consisting of

relation( ; to Steamboats. I States, and to the British Provinces, done up John I T. Smith. S1500- Sattinet ahd cloth frock and sack do. above reward will be given for his apprehensionand : Fine Sattinett and Coats;

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and I in j strong wrappers, with the utmost punctualityand rrUE defendant is hereby notified: of the insti- Tweed cassimere sack and frock do. delivery in this place, and all reasonable expenses Coarse Cotton and Cassimere Worsted Pantaloons ditto ;

Council of the city of Apalachicola, that from and despatch. of the above suit by attachment ; returnable Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do. paid. JOHN JENKINS. Fine Satin and Worsted Vests. ;

after the passage of this Ordinance, all Steam Postmasters are requested and to act as Agents, receive to the Spring Term, 1S4G, of said Court, PANTS : Apalachicola, Jan 17, 1846. 3-tf And for the Juveniles, a splendid assortment of

boats going down the Bay of Apalachicola for the The subscriptions first number will make be issued remittances. at which time he is required to appear and plead.A. Blue and bl'k cloth Pants; Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer]- Pictorial Books and Toys of all descriptions.

purpose of receiving; good! wares, and merchan the l fourteenth of on Saturday, G. SEMMES, Aty for pW;;. Super bl'k doe skin cass. Pants; Aperient. Together with various other articles too numerous -
dise from ve 3els anchored there, shall be subject February next. Jan. 2, IS.1C. 1-tf Plain stripe and fig'd do. do; RENEWED to mention; all of which the subscriber offersat '
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and
to the same law3 and regulations! as Lighters and number That a of probable that estimate will may be be formed of the --- _-___ -.-____-__ _-_ _n-___. _--_-_-"-:-_- __ Sattinett and Tweed do. do; HEALTH condition, of an invigorated produced: low prices for CASH only.
copies subscribers
required
other craft that land goods the wharf of said ] Kentucky Jeans and do
Malta Nankeen Corduroy
upon
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would oblige the Editors by sending in their Cotton Seed for by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT N. SEYMOUR.
city.Sec. at Sale. VESTS : SELTZER APERIENT. Apalachicola, Oct. 25: 1845. 6m
names as early a period as possible.
2. Be it further ordained, that it shall be Plain black satin Vests
HAVE few This .
Newspaper aid periodical Agents and Newsmen a hundred bushels of Yellow ; preparation is universally allowed to be
I Goods.
the duty of the Harbor Master to collect all moneys I. Nankeen Cotton Seed Fig'd ']0. dodo; the most Dry
supplied on liberal terras. BURGESS for sale at two dollars popular remedy of the present day, for
due from such Steamboat and to pay them STRINGER: & Co. 222: Broadway, Wholesale per bushel. This Seed is the growth of seed Plaid stripe, and Gg'd; cashmere Vests; the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious. THE subscribers able stock offer of for sale a large and sea
over in the same manner as he does all incneysdue Dry Goods, consisting ia
A gents. imported last! year from the island of Malta, in -ALSO- and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness,Headache of

from Lighters to said city. Subscription, order, remittances, and all he Mcditeranean\ sea,and were raised: and ginnedn White linen and muslin shirts; : Heartburn, habitual Costivenes, &c. part Negro Kerseys and
Passed by Council, March 2, 1816.r Linseys,
o a plantation where other Figured do. do. do. Traveller=" and residents in climates will
communication?, tT be addressed: (post paid) to no Cotton grew warm 1 White and Red Flannels
WILLIAM VAM.KAV. C. ROBERTS, Miyor.\ GEORGE P. MORUIS, 2J2 Broadway: The Seed i is therefore genuine. Samples of the Merino shirts and drawers; find it a desirable article ; it prevents any accumulation Plain and Fancy Jeans, ,
Clerk.
," Corner of Ann-st, New-York. Colton can he seen at the oflice of Messrs. McKay Silk and cotton shirts and drawers; of bile, is portable, and the method of Double twilled Tweeds

An Ordinance, {{j3-: With those Editors who copy the above c Hartshornc at Apalachicola, and which arc of Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, preparation i is unusually convenient. Children Super fancy Casameres: ,,

To repeal"./q4 Ordinance in relation to Taxes, Prospectus, the Editor will be most happy to exchange a superior quality. and Scarfs; have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling Super English and French Cloth

SfC." passed 21st May, IS 15. and, at nil time, a* always }heretofore, The Peed can he forwanlnd by steimbnat to Silk, ;Merino, Lamb'd Wool and Cotton J Hose; purgatives; 1 they will take this aperient in preference Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and *,

Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of f to t reciprocates Ihe liberalities and courtesies i ofthe .Vpalachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate Silk and! Cotton Umbrella, Trunks, Hats and to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by Duffil Blankets, 8, !9 and 10 12qra.

the city of Apalachicola, that from and after the press. anding. Caps; :alo, a very large assortment: of Boots Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Dru gist, &.c. Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades qrs.

passage of this Ordinance, the Ordinance passed Ofiice of Publication: No. 222 Broadway, (corner REUBEN C. SHORTER, Sr. and Shoes, &c. MILLER Co. ------ Paints, Oils and Glass. Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
,
on is the 21st May, 1843, in relation to Taxes, &.c. of Ann.st.) New York, where subscriptionsare -Eufaula-"- ,_Ala., Jinusry- -- 27,_IS.Hi. 5-Sw To Printers. GIBSON & CLAPP, Cotton Osnaburg,

hereby repealed. received. Goods TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR- WHOLESALE AND Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Passed Cheap :for Cash.J"pIIE RETAIL DEALERS IN
by Council March 2J 1816.E. -
& CLAPP 22 subscriber WAREHOUSE. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Linen and Cotton Checks,
C. ROBERTS GIBSON Water street, have being desirous of disposing] :: of Turpentine,
W. VALLEAr, Clerk.] Mayor. received per schr Helen, from New JL his stock Winter Goods, which is large 'HUE} subscribers have opened a new TYPE Glass, &c., Irish Linen, Shirtin and Sheetinj:,
Orleans and offer for sale and beautiful, as an additional inducement to his _L FOUNDRY in the City of New York, where Will keep constantly on hand a good assortment Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, .

An Ordinance, 200 galls Linseed Oil; 200 lbs Putty; customers that of selling them off at cost and hey are ready to supply orders to any extent, for of MIXED PAINTS of All colors, for Steam English, French and American Prints,

Amending an Ordinaec, entitled'Jin Ordinance 100 Refined Sperm Oil ; charges, and as an evidence of gratiludu for the any kind of job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases, Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together witha Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, I

Regulating the licensing of Drays 50 boxes Glass assorted sizes ; favors heretofore received from his friends and Galleys, Brass Rule, Steel Column do. Compos- variety articles in the painting line, too numerous Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,

1S c.. passed the 22:1 December, 1843. 20 doz boxes Fancy Toilet Soap ; he public, he now gives them an opportunity of in g Sticks, Chases, and every article necessary to mention. Extra super Muslin de Laine, I
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and 100; lbs Tremont Starch; getting bargains, such as they can seldom meet for a Printing Office. House, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting, and English, Scotch and American do. '

Council of the City of Apalachicola, that FO 50 kegs No. 1 White i Lead; with in this country. Merchants from the interior The Type, which arc cast in new moulds, froman Glazing, done with neatness and despatch, at Super Italian black and figured Silks,

much of the ordinance of which this is an amendment 10 Paris Green ; 10 do Chrome do; would do well to call and examine the entirely new set of matrixes with deep counters moderate prices, for rash. Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,

as imposes the sum of ten dollars for one 10 Chrome Yellow ; stock which is now offered as above.FRANCIS are warranted to be unsurpassed: by any, andwiH 22: Water street, Apalachicola. Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
Horse and Dray, and fifteen dollars for two 100 assorted: Paint Brushes, &c. fcb28 9 KOPMAN.N. be sold at prices ti> suit the times. Jan. 10,1845. English and American Cotton Hkfs,

Horses and Wagon, fpr the use of the city and B. I would again request those knowing Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam For Sale. Madras and Verona head Hkfc,

two dollar to the City Clerk for a License, I be A Card. their indebtedness to call and settle up without Engines ot the most approved patterns. BOXES Roofing Plate 14 Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
and to close our business!' in this place, the Rollers 90 by 20. Super Marseilles and Worsted Vesiings,
the same is hereby repealed. WISHING necessity of notifying them further. Composition cast for Printers. 30 do Tin do 1-3 tf,
SEC. 2. prepared to sell our extensive stock Feb 7 A Machinist in attendance to Cotton and Flax Thread,
Be it further ordained, that each F. K. constantly repair 50 hdls Sheet Iron Nos
of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c. 12 to 20, Plain and Swiss
Horse and Dray or cart, shall pay five dollar?, at Presses and do light work. Braziers' and fig'd and checked Muslins
and every two Horses and Wagon shall eight unusually low prices for cash or city acceptancelerchallts Drugs, Medicines, &c. Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three Block Sheething Copper, Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Tin
pay Lead
dollars annually for the use: of the city, and.on and others visiting;: this city, will findit A LARGE arid fresh supply of Drugs, Medicines t time as much type as their bills amount to, may Bucket Ears, Bar, Iron Iron and Tin'd Bivets, Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c. .
application to the clerk, he shall grant a licensea i to their interest to examine our stock before &c. consisting in part of the following give the above six months' insertion in their papers Nail Rods Tin Ware Hoop Iron, Which have been selected with great care 111New

above for, which he shall receive the sum of making their purchases. i articles50: doz Castor Oil, qt, pts, and hfpts and send their papers containing it to the wholesale and retail York and Boston from Importers and Agents
by
one dollar for each license granted. This or J. STEVENSON & CO. ; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea ; 10 bxs Olive Oil ; subscribers. Nov .of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, andre
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dinance to take effect on and alter the first day of Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1816 jan7 3-tf 40 kegs Epsom Salts ; 10 bbls Copperas ; 10 lbs COCKROFT & OVEREND, 68 Ann st. ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co. I a now offered at wholesale or retail on faTonbls

May next. Blank Books and Stationery.- Gum Opium ; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine! ; 20 doz; New York, Aug. 6, 1815. 34-6m Flour antI Corn. terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.

Passed by Council, March 11, 1846.E. Journals, Day Books, &c. London Mustard ; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lb* To Printers. 20 BBLS Western Flour and 75 sacks Corn, Nov. 29. 1845. 41 Water street.
LEDGERS 15 bxs Starch
Nutmegs 20
bxs Lemon -
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C. ROBERTS Syrup for sale
Mayor. ;
Foolscap and Letter Paper; 10 kegs<< Pearlash ; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR byNOURSE. Iron, Nails, &c.
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk. Cotton Memorandum Books ; Powders ; 20 lbs English Calomel 20 doz NISIIING WAREHOUSE.HE STOICO, 20 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes,

March 14. 1546. Ship and River Bill> Lading ; Turpentine, and a general assortment; of all articles Sptg, subscribers have opened a new Type -feb28 46 Water street. 100 kegs Nails, do.

For Sale. Boooka for Letter Press. in the Drug Tine, for Country Merchants- JL Foundry in the city of New York, where Lime-Afloat. 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities.
Just icceived and for sale by they are ready to supply orders to exteni, for 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils
Planter and any ,
For
FIRKINS best Dairy Butter,better knownas Physicians. sale by CASKS Thomaston, for sale by
20 Latham's flutter." Apply to jan7 B HAWLEY. Dec (0 B. S. HAWLEY. any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper,Cases, 500 Jan 24 D. B. WOOD & Co. 20 English and American Vises
Brass Rule STEEL COLUMN RULE 20 Bellows
Galleys, ,
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co.- PAINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White; Boots and Shoes. Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, necessary BOOKS AND STATIONERY reams Foe l- 12 dozen Spades and Shovels,

On Consignment. galls Winter Lamp Oil ; 300 galls 10YS' and Men's Russet Brogans, for a Printing Ofl ce. Also second hand I and Letter Paper, Blank and SchoolBooks 10 Collin's Axes,

THE subscriber has just received from the Linseed Oil ; 50( bxs assorted Glass ; 500 lbs Putty t- D Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans, materials. Bills Lading, &c. &c. for sale by 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards,

and publishers a beautiful lot ; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead, Gents fine Calf Brogans! The Type which are cut in imitation of the Dec 6 B. S. HAWLEY. 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill San,

of Paper Hanging-, Foolscap and Letter Paper? Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just VVm's peg'd and !eew'd\ Shoes, Children's do. do. English letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by

Day Books Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer received and for sale by Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counters, Flavouring Waters. WM. G. PORTER & Co.

Books, etc., which he offers very low. Dec 6 B. S. HAWLEY. Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots, are warranted to be unsuipassed by any, and will AN assortment just received, and for sale by Nov 29 41 Water "!!!E..
Feb 7 F. KOPMAN. Gentlemen's; coarse and fine Calf Boots, be sold to suit the times. All the type furnishedby 29 J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist.
Bagging and Rope. A large and extensive assortment,just received, us is hand cast." The types from any foundry COILS KENTUCKY ROPE A GOOD assortment of Cutlery, Razor SlroPvEL
Sugar. A GOOD article of Power Loom Kentucky and for sale byV1\'!. G. PORTER & Co. can be matched at this establishment. 50 superior OF Bagging Twine for sale; 500Ibs Pocket Books, Hair, Tooth and Cloth Brash"
HHDS New Orleans of Bagging and good Rope for sale Nov 20! by es, for sale by
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by
5 superior quality, 41 Water street. Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Enginesof MYERS &. MITCHEL
.for sale by jan31 :5 NOURSE, STONE & CO. On the most approved pattern Dec 5 B. S. HAW LEY._
Consignment, Dec. 27,1845. 36 Water st.
Jeb28 9 NOURSE. STONE & CO.. {Composition: Rollers cast for Printers. Removal. .
:._ Bagging: and Rope. 1 BOXES New Bedford Sperm Candles, -
For Sale. PCS Kentucky Bagging, 100 for sale low for; Cash, by COCKROFT & OVEREND, Just Received. MILLER & CO. have removed their stock of:

BBLS MESS PORK ; 20 | bbls No. 1 10 0 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hf'J9ian9. WM. T. WOOD, Dec. 13, 1845. ly 68 Ann-st., New-York. A LARAE assortment of new Novels,from the Clothing, &c., from the corner
of and of
20 press Harper Brothers &c. Water and Chestnut to the store Cfl'
streets
Nov 29
Mackerel; 20 | bbls No 2 Mackerel 10 4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by 42 Water street. 1 HHDS. St. Croix
; .
f\ Sugar, Jan 17 B. S. HAWLEY. Water street, formerly occupied by S. B. Hamilton
i bble Fulton Market Beef, for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co. KENT'S black, blue and red Ink. Also, copy JL\y 20 do. New Orleans Sugar, to arrive, t where they will constantly keep on hanjri

DODGE & PRATT, Nov 29 41 Water street. for sale by 100 sacks Rio Coffee50 do Java, Bacon Sides. l large assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING '
feb2S 9 40 Water street. Jan 24 J. C. *4 cases Hyson Tea, FEW casks, prime quality, landing and
:_ BURLAPS.-1500 yards, suitable for corn or ALLEN.I I' A HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES Ac- f-
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo: for sale by Oct. 43-t
Perfumery. for sale low by Garden Seeds. 25, 1845. _
Lavender, Florida Waters I Dec 6 J. DAY & Co. fresh received 50 Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby's, NOURSE, STONE & CO,
Oil
COLOGNE x- WARRANTED just and for 20 Sperm Candles 50 bxs brown feb28 9 48 Water street, Cloths and Carpets.
Jassminc, Amber, Portugal; l, Lime. J. C. ALLEN, 100 bags Shot 50 ; Soap, .-. 10 PCS Oil Cloth, 1,2 and 3 yards wide,
&c. Soaps Preston Salts Otto of Roses Jan. 24 ; kegs Powder, 1A BEST Florida Segars, just J.O
&c.
CASKS to arrive per schr Cbristianadaily Druggist. 200U lbs Lead 4 casks Linseed Oil 000 received 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting,
; JA/
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN. 250 and for sale by 3 u Cotton II
expected, for sale by For Sale 200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure. Feb 12 B. S. HAWLEY. 2 Straw Ie

Goods ,on Consignment. jan24 OHAS. ROGERS & CO.- 25 HHDS. New Orleans Sugar, by For sale byV.. G. PORTER &, Co. 6 II Cotton Drugget, 4,6 and 8cn$.WIde-
SMALL assortment of Goods MYERS & MITCHEL, Nov 29 41 Water street. Bagging antI Rope.
A consisting;o Bacon. For ale byV. G. PORTER Co
Coffee, TeaSoap, Candles Tobacco Nov 15. 30 Water st. PIECES heavy Clifton Kentucky Bagging -
: landed, per schr Ashland from New! 500 Nov 29 41 Water .trt.
Gunpowder, Brandy, ic., is offered at New JUST Storage ;500 coils_ good Kentucky Rope.
York Invoice : a consignment of very superior Cincinnati JUST received a large assortment of cheap pub- 1000 barrels or 500 bales cotton on first Also, 150 boxes Tobacco various brands for sale
prices, by FOR CJPECIE-For sale in to wit
cured! Bacon, in hh ls, for sale by for sale by Apply toVOOD & Co. sm. prcJt
jan31' by LOCKHART & YOUNG. O
NOURSE
STONE by D. B.
& CO. feb28 9 ..
I cv ROGERS & CO. Feb 21 B. S. HAWLEY. Feb 14 32 Water et. Feb2S,9 . Janu&10lS461


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