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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.


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NUMBER 14.


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-B. F. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
nov1 Apalachicola, Fla.


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IL E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWTON, Dale County, Ala.
Jahtuary 10, 1846. 2-tf


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


Benjamin Saltaer,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
JErREMIAH DAY. D&ANI:L J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fa.
"e- Also Agents for the 1EtnaInsurance Co."
the Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart-
ford Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.
Ls. F'red. E. Dngas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Dec 6, 1815. Apalachicola, Fa.
Harper & Holmes, -
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
Agents for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City t. Vewt York,
No. 51' Water street, \
-Nov 1, 1845. Apalachicola, F.
Edward Mceully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DitY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
No. 9, Columbus Block,
Nov 29 Apalachicola, Fa.


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


Dec 13. Apaladhicola, Fa.
W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


Wim.t. V Wood, .
COMiMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Nov 29. Apalachicola, Fa.
ALBERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov.22 Apalachicola, Fa.


HHcKay & Hartshorne
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
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.
TPhos. L. iitchlel,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND
CO2YMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
Myers d& Titchel,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36 Water-street,
Nov 15. Apalachieola, Fa.
Charles Rogers John Munn.
S Cltas. Rogers & Co.,
S'COM 01MISSION MERCHANTS
Water street, :


Apalachicola, Fa.


I si ine eMr ctor ,


.Voptrf. I

COME, TELL ME THY SORROW.
BY CHASE. SWAIN.
Come, tell me thy sorrow, and if I can aid thee,
My heart and my purse are both thine to the end;
If not, seek support from the Being that made thee,
But mourn not as if without solace, my friend.
Though thy sky be now dark, there is hope for
to-morrow,
A sunlight to come, which the morn may restore;
Then cheer! bid thy soul spring immortal o'er
sorrow,
Thou hast one friend at least, if thou canst not
find more.
Ne'er fancy thine own disappointments are greater
Than theirs who seemRIHTwhatsoever they do;
Misfortune finds all either sooner or later;
Life'smourners are many-the mirthful are few.
Then vex not thy spirit with fears and surmises,
But wrestle with care and thy firmness restore;
There's a star forohee yet, and, till brightly it rises,
Thou bast one friend at least, if thou canst not
find more.
WE SHALL BE HAPPY YET.
BY MRS. JAMES GRAY.
Fear not, beloved, though clouds may lower,
Whilst rainbow visions melt away,
Faith's holy star has still a power
That may the deepest midnight sway.
Fear not! I take a prophet's tone,
Our love can neither wane nor set
My heart grows strong in trust-Mine Own,
We shall be happy yet!
What! though long anxious years have passed,
Since tins true heart was vowed to thine,
There comes, for us, a light at last
Whose beam upon our path shall shine.
We who have loved 'midst doubts and fears,
Yet never with one hour's regret,
There comes a joy to gild our tears-
We shall be happy yet,
Ay, by the wandering birds, that find
A home beyond the mountain wave,
Though many a wave and storm combined
To bow them to an ocean grave-
By summer suns that brightly rise
Though first in mournful tears they set,
By all Love's hopeful prophecies,
We shall be happy yet!


ban cognac and water, we touched,' and si
be bumper was to the Martha," and for a th
moment silence seemed to prevail. "Se- m
iars, gentlemen," said I, handing them a a
ot; we lit and sauntered [out on the boiler st
leck, and, as is usual after a drink, our 1'
ongues commenced. Bound to. New- o
)rleans, 'spose," says the gentleman in to
black. "To New-Orleans," said I. "Fine h
place?" "Very. You both, I presume, a]
go there," said I. I go for the first time," w
aid the gent in black; "my friend Joe, C
eaves us at Natchez; he has an utter horror m
owards New-Orleans, for which he assigns &
noreas on; atall events,he neverhastold me." a
At this the gentleman in white sighed, and a
calling out to the bar-keeper he ordered c
Glasses for three.' Now, gentlemen, set I
down, and I will tell you why I don't like f
he place, and if they are not sufficient, then, b
blast me, if I don't go there with you." a
A few years ago," he uttered, in a rather s
gutteral tone, "I took it into my head that s
New-Orleans was the place for me; our t\
neighborhood was rather small, and no field p
for an enterprising young man. I broke the c
matter to my father; he consenteqd, and my y
nmother-like a good mother-seconded my a
father. The day came, and we parted ; tears n
flowed copiously on both sides-my sister a
thought I would certainly die with the yel- a
ow fever the first summer, and that it was f
a vicious place, any how, because Mr. Wil- il
son's son had had the palate of his mouth h
cut out to learn French, and had, as a con- a
sequence, completely lost his voice; besides l
he had not been there no time before he
had caught the yellow fever and small pox, b
and like to have died, without any body s
knowing he was sick. My uncle thought %
that it was the greatest place in the world %
for a young man of my abilities-bhad no f
idea but what in a few years I would be the a
first man in the town, for he was well ac- r
quainted with a young man that went to f
New Orleans, and hadn't been there but a b
short time before he got to be a captain and t
an actor, and was one of the most useful v
men on the boards; but owing to some c
cause, which might not happen again soon,
could not make much money. It is not so t
now, continued he, for if you don't occupy e
a high position in New-Orleans, why you i
can just as easy go to Texas, and a fortune 1
Is ready for you without any trouble." e
Here he took a sip, and clearing his
throat, continuel- 1
At last we landed in New-Orleans; with a
the other passengers I. went ashore, and s
stopped at a very fine tavern, oruhotel as i
they call them there. Started out to see o
the sights; I saw many beautiful buildings. r
I had not been out long though before I 1
was jostled to death by the passers by, who s
rushed along like mad men. While looking
at a figure up in the porch of a very large t
building, a fellow came pop against me,
knocked me half round, and my Bebee &
Costar went splash into the gutter. He saw
what ihe had done, and expecting I'd thrash
him, he begged my pardon. Says I, if
you will tell me what man that is,' point-
ing to the statue, 'I will grant it.' 'It is
the state of Mars, the God of Corn,' said
he, and was off in a giffy. I knew no body
in town, nor could I find Mr. Smith, a man
whom my father told me lived there, an ac-
quaintance of his; I asked fifty men, but
not one could tell me any thing about him,
so I concluded he was dead, and with a
heavy heart walked on. I had not gone far
before I came to a very large house, another
hotel, and in I went; in the centre of the
room was a circular place enclosed by a
railing, the floor was of various colored
stone, and above where it came to the roof,
and on the sides, it had beautiful colored
glass and some splendid paintings. I was
delighted, while looking at and admiring the
beauty of this place. I was accostedby a
young looking fellow, who used such beautiful
language, and seemed to know so much
about the city, thatin defiance of seedy coat
and breeches, I took a great fancy to him.
We talked long, and I soon found we were
of the same opinion on almost all subjects.
I was thirsty, and, being a temperance man,


proposed to take a glass of water. We
stepped up to the bar, and before I could
say 'a glass of water, if you please,' or
'Jack Robinson.' or anything else, under
each of our noses was a tumbler, with su-
gar and a spoon for two.' This was the
greatest temptation to drink that I had ever
had, and not feeling at liberty to decline the
ready politeness of the spruce little bar-
keeper,-and thinking my people at home
would never know it-in reply to his
' What'll you take?' I said 'Brandy, thank
you," and my friend did likewise. Being
the first of the red' that I had ever drank,
it flew into my brain, in no time, and I was
now in an amiable mood, ready to agree to
, any proposition that came from the other


de of the house.' We adjourned from
he bar-room, and in course of conversation,
ay friend informed me that there was to be
ball that night, and that 1 must go; all
rangers were expected to be there. "Then
"ll be there, of course," said I, and 9
'clock found me dressed and on my way
Sthe place of rendezvous. Having joined
im at the bar-room- before mentioned, (ha
appeared to have a liking for that place,)
e set off for the ball. In passing the Post
office 1 dropped my letter in to the old
nan,' stating my safe arrival, good health,
ce., and the death of Mr. Smith. Arrived
t the ball, my friend introduced me to an
acquaintance of his, and begged me to ex-
use him. 'Whichway?' said 1. 'Oh!
am not going in,' said he, can't go in-=
eel bad-couldn't dance-ain't dressed; and
besides, I have no ticket.' Oh if that's
ll, rather than lose your company I'll pre-
ent you with a ticket.' 'Thank you,'
aid he, 'and since I come to think of itl
here will be a lady there to whom I wish
particularly to introduce you ; a charming
reature; loan me the five, (I'll hand it to
ou in the morning,) and I'll be dressed
nd back in a twinkling!' Just at this
moment the fiddle struck up, and I was
anxious to go in ; having nothing less than
twenty, I handed it to him. Now, old
yellow said he, I'll be back immediately,
f not sooner; just go in with Mr.--t
he'll show you 'round till I come;' and
away he went for his ticket. That was the
ast I ever sawt of himn!
"With my new acquaintance I entered the
ball room. My stars! what a magnificent
ight! How brilliant and light it was! and
what a lot of pretty women! On each side
were large mirrors, that reflected a double
lood of light, and between each mirror was
Sniche, in front of which were suspended
ich damask curtains, bordered with golden
ringe arid capped above with various gold
burnished ornaments. Near the middle of
he room, on the right side, somewhat ele-
rated, was a box in which a dozen musi-
cians sat, and discoursed most delicious
music, while in front was an animated spec-
acle, some in the giddy waltz and others
engaged in the more steady cbtilion. I fell
n with a beautiful creature; a brunette with
arge, lustrous black eyes; a wicked pair of
eyes, for they set me on fire immediately.
We waltzed and danced together repeated-
y. I could not keep from her; if I left for
a moment, the silvery tones of her fine voice
seemed to follow me, and incessantly rang
n my ears. I left her for a little while to
order some ice-cream and cakes, and soon
returned with a waiter loaded with all the
uxuries 'the market afforded,' of which
she partook with becoming delicacy, be-
stowing upon me, while she did so, smiles
that I valued beyond the wealth "of Potosi,
It was a pleasure I had never before expe-
rienced-the smile of that beautiful woman,
with whom my soul was now completely
enwrapped.
"A few minutes after she bad parttakh
of the refreshments, to my great consterna-
tion and horror, she complained of a pain
in her stomach, caused, as she said, by the
ice-cream. 'Oh! how I cursed the ice-
cream! She got worse, and I wanrited her
to retire; but no, she hoped it would all be
over soon. She grew faint, and I despatched
a servant for a bottle of double extfait Eau
de Cologne; but no, this would not do; she
preferred that most delicate of all odors,
preston salts! Her slightest wish being
sacred with me, the order for cologne was
countermanded and the salts came. Apply-
ing it to her nose she slowly Tecovered, and
what was my distress to hear her say, 'Oh,
my patience! why does Mr. Stag stay so!
(This was the name of the fellow who hail
decamped with my twenty dollars,) 'I shall
die before I get home.' 'Madam,' said'I-
my heart in my throat-' if it is your wish
to return to your mansion, I tender my ser-
vices, and will with pleasure attend you any
where, even to the end of the earth.' '0,
sir, you are so kind; but I have been too
much trouble to you already; excuse mne.'


Not at all, madam, not the slightest trou-
ble; don't mention it; but let me insist upon
your retiring; you need air.' Well,' said
she, in a sweet, languid voice that went to
my heart, 'if Mr. Stag is riot here in five
minutes I must go.' I went in search of
him, but to tell the truth. I would not have
seen him if I could. I returned without
him; and she then consented to accept my
company. I -offered my arm, which she
accepted, and we retired. On reaching the
pavement she said she had ordered her cIt',
riage to return at 3, and it was nbw onely
half-past 2. I called the finest hack in th-6
street and bandled her into it. She gave
Directions to the hackman, and we.soddl
drove up in front of a splendid manisio.nin
. Rue de la--. Alighting, I handed hta


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


T. H. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water Street,
Apalachicola, Fa.
H. D. Darden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 20, 1845. Ap)alachicola, Fa.


Dr. A. W. Chapman
( 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


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


J. B. Brown,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL 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


J. H. & J. M. Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
lo. 48 Water street, ,
Nov. 1, 1845. APALACHICOLA, FA.


David G. Raney,
,COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
Nov 5. ly Apalachicola, Fa.


REMOVAL.
W. G. Ml. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
O-3 Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1845.
A. G, Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, .No. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


Francis Kopman,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash,
oct1 Chestnit-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..


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


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


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


~gt~Liscelr~n~ous,


[ORIGINAL.]
A FIRST VISIT TO NEW-ORLEANS.
BY SAM B-. t
In August, 1844, I was in Cairo-yes,
reader, in Cairo-not the grand Cairo of the i
East, but little Cairo in the West, at the f
mouth of the Ohio. Cairo is its legitimate
name, but who laid it off and named it is
more than I can tell. Cairo of the West s
cannot boast of any gigantic relic of bygone
days, as Cairo of the East can; it has neither
column, castle, mummy, or needle; nor
have they ever exhumed vases, and tablets
covered with hieroglyphics, to decipher
which, have addled the brains of half the
savans of Europe : it nevertheless can boast
of some as gigantic projections and failures i
as any other place of which I have heard.
I was travelling down the Ohio river, t
which was at this time very low-lower
than "the oldest inhabitant" had earnr'
tell of-and it was with the greatest difficul-
ty that we had got to this delightful spot,
having laid for hours during the voyage on
every sand bar between Pittsburg and
Cairo. I was bound for New-Orleans, and
the steamboat had left me at this point to
pursue her "winding way to St. Louis.
For several days I waited with the greatest
impatience to get off, for many reasons;
one of which was that I had the fever and
ague, and had no medicine; another, that
what little blood I had left in my veins was
being sucked out, day and night, by a horde
of ravenous gallinippers. I complained to
the landlord, but he could do nothing ex-
cept to recommend smoking; (he had first
rate sears in the bar) so at it I went, smok-
ing day and night; and finally I resorted to
a free ablution of turpentine and 'amphor,
which made me dance for my pains, all to
no effect. At last one night, after three
hours ineffectual effort to sleep, I bounced
out of the window, and while promenading,
puffing and fighting the mosquitoes, I heard
a steamer whizzing and blowing like alevi-
thian of the deep. Soon she rounded to,
and lay along side a raft of plank. In my
ardor and joy I bounced over the railing and
soon stood on top of this rude wharf; a roar
of laughter greeted me; when, to my utter
astonishment, I found in my hurry I had
neglected to hide, by an artificial garb, the
one that nature had given me, and which
seemed more pleasant and better adapted
to the state of 'the. thermometer. She was
bound for New-Orleans. I hurried my bag
and baggage aboard, and setting at my ease
in the spacious saloon of this floating palace,
I had drawn my chair up to and put my feet
on the. stove, contrasting the change that
had so soon came o'er me, when two gen-
tlemen, apparently friends, came in from
the boiler deck. They were rather prepos-
sessing in their appearance; young, well
dressed and good looking; one wore black,
and the other, as if for contrast, was in
white from head to foot. "Let's liquor,"
says the gentleman in black; "don't care
if I do," responded the one in white.
" Stranger, won't you take something ?" says
the gent in black, addressing himself to me ;
"none, I thank you, sir," I replied. But
I insist that you will drink to the prosperity
of the new boat, her first trip, do?" I,


WM. W. Sims. WM. W. CHEEVER.
Simns & Cheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Q0- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


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


Cooke & Horne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
New-Orleans.
ANDREW S. CooKE AMos HoitiN.
feb 8.


Jats. F. Farrier,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.


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


Advances.
THE subscribers continue, as heretofore, to
1 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.


Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 31 Water street.


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


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


Wmin. H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.
Win. H. Kimikbroughi & Co.,
COMMIT SSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. 1, 1845.


LUMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for Franklin County, offers his services to the
public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment. He may
be found at 22 Water street.
March 28 JAMES GIBSON.


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


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.


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


Fire and Marine Insurance.
HE PELICAN MUTUAL INSURANCE
1 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
Notice.
T HE subscriber wishes to close his business in
SApalachicola, 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
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.


WILLIAM DICKEY. J. W. HAMMOND.
Dickey & Hammond
SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS,
32 Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa.
October 18, 1845 42tft


HK. R. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
SNo. 22 Water-street,
sept ly Apalachicola,


Nov.1,1845.


-ALVA WYLIE, Wii. A. McKENZIE.
Wylie & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
SSept. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Michael A. HMyers,
*AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 36; Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola., Fla.
1. D. BUGBEE. HARGROVE HOWARD,
Bugbee & Howard,
COMMISSIONN AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7) Columbus Block,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola,'Fa.
,C. A,GREEN.. CH. CONNEBY
Green & Connery
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 28. Water street,
Nov 8. 6m APALACHICOLA, FA.


Henry Hodges,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa.
H. R. WOOD. P. W. CULLEN.
Wood & Co.,
AUCTIONEERS AND CbMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 32, Water street,
Nov. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
The strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors.
Sales at Store every Saturday.


Notice.
ALL Executors, Administrators, and Guar-
dians, heretofore commissioned by the Coun-
ty Court of Franklin County, will be 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 Probates.
Apalachicola, March 14, 1846. mchl4 11-3t


Sugar.
HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. su-
,. perior St. Croix, in store, for sale by
March 7 J. DAY & Co.


Bagging and Rope.
00-g ~\PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAG-
* L/LI GING; 50 Coils Rope; Also, 200
sacks corn, for sale by
BUGBEE & HOWARD,
jan3 iNo 7, Collimlus Block.


'Hope.

300 march14 D B WOOD & CO.


Samuel Schiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
4-p Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
.No. 49 Water street,
dec) *Apalachicola, Fla.


Bagging and Rope.
A ^(f PCS. very heavy Louisville, Man &
dy l Co. Bagging; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March I J. DAY & Co.


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


NOURSE, STONE & CO,
46 Water street,


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APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1846.


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the views of the President, which have been
thus emphatically reiterated. The atten-
tion ofthlie American people is now turned
to the Senate for the final action upon this
great question, with intense anxiety; for
upon its decision seems to rest the matter
'whether our amicable relations with Eng-
land shall exist, or a war ensue between the
two greatest nations of*the earth.
0H]' Hon. E. C. CABELL, returned to
Tallahassee on Saturday last, in the enjoy-
ment of good health.
The trial of Mr. Thomas Ritchie,
jr., under the charge of the murder of Mr.
Pleasants, was to commence on Wednesday
the 25th of March, before the Supreme
Court at Richmond, Va.
(f- A new and elegant ship of 1100 tons
burthen, called the Columbia, is about to be
added to the New York ,,Old Line" of
Liverpool packets.:


tt i qc i~Juartelr assi. ne iln trn. it was a soli-
tary valley, in which hardly anything but
wood was to be perceived. Finding in the
midst of it a small cottage, he approached
and knocked at the door, which was opened
by an old and venerable man, with a beard
silvered by age. "Father," said the officer,
"show me a field where I maiyset myltroop
to foraging."' The old man complied, and
conducting them out of the valley, after a
quarter of an hour's march came to a fine
field of barley. Here is what we are in
se'-irch of," exclaimed the captain ; fatherhe,
you are a true and fiilhful guide." "Wait
yet a few minutes." replied the old man;
" follow me patiently a little further." The
march was accordingly resumed, and at the
distance of a mile they arrived at another
field of barley. The troop immediately
alighted, cut down the grain, trussed it, and
remounted. The officer thereupon said to
his conductor, "father, you have given
yourselfa'nd us unnecessary trouble; the first
field was far better than this." Very true,
sir," replied the the good old man, "but it
was not mine."
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-of his crop. We are gratified to find that I 'R U IDU R \ AT an P TYISER
our views are thus acknowledged to be cor- Jul
,reel, even in New Orleans,- for we have APALACI-OLA, SATUBDAY, APRIL 4, 1846.
seen bold statements of what the crop would I
be, and even sneers in relation to our views;; 8 The following gentlemen are authorized
but we have experienced enough to know Agents for the CO.M.MERCiAL A-ADVERTIsER,, and will
that he who dares to thik<'for himselfl- receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
even if lie be fortified with facts-and ex- meats:-
presses an independent opinion which may MFSSRS. MASON & TUTTLE, 38 William Street,
come in contact wilh the interests or wishes New York.
of others, he is open to such thin s from DAv .BCavo, Esq., New Orleans
W9. V. G-IElvE, Esq., Albany, Ga.
those who are only governed by self-interest, JAiEs H. WILSON, Esq., Fort Gaines, Ga.
or by the opinion -of others. But we did Major JACK HAIDImAN, Eufaula, Ala.


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nnnicated in response to a resolution ofilr.
DAYTOIN'S, which passed ihe Senate some;
lays since. Our Washington correspon-
dent, it will be seen, alludes to it as having
used considerable excitement at the seat
of government, and from the remarks made
n several of our exchange papers, it would
ppear that a good deal of interest is felt.
To the Senate of the U. States:
In answer to the inquiry of the Senate,
onlained in heir resolution of17th instant,
wheilier, in my "judgment, any circum-1
dances connected with, or growing out of,'
he foreign relations of this country, re-!
uire at this time, an increase of our naval:
r military force;i' and, ifso. ",what those'
ircunistances are," I have to express their
pinion, that a wise precaution demands
uch increase.
In ,ny annual message ofthe 2d of De-
.ember last, I recommended to the favora-
le consideration of Congress an increase ofI
ur naval force, especially of our steam'
Nivy, and the raising of an adequate milita-
y force to guard and protect such of our
iiizens as mielt, think proper to emigrate 1
o Oregon. Since that period, I have seen
io cause to recall or modify these recom-
nendaiions. On the contrary, reasons ex-
t, which, in my judgment, render it pro-
er not only that they should be promply
carried into effect, but that additional pro- i
sion should be made for the public defence. t


'up the massive steps. The door flew op
4bnd she invited me in. 'Excuse me, ma
m, said I, 'the lateness of the hour pr
-, eludes my'doing so; besides, your indisp
'sition forbids my detaining you from yo
couch; retire, it will be of great relief
.you. I win, with your permission,--do m
: self the pleasure to call upon you at
to morrow.-' ,Ishall'be happy to see yo
sirsaid sshe, and, exchanging Good fNig,
the'door closed upon me. I took out n
pencil, and, by the light orfthe moon, wrc
Miss Arabella Williams, No. 1.12 Rua
Ula and ordering the hackman to dri
,me to the 0Hotel Rue -- I fell into a de
Teverie. Retiring to my room, on arrivir
"at the o'd0tel, IHfound it'desolate and lonely
mota sou tod't be heard save now andth
-a ** watchman would strike his stick ti"r
'tiines upon thIe pavement; which echoed t

Sna, down. the streets for a tninute, and
would again be silent. 'T retired t6 my be
tu t, could not sleep for rhinlking of elev
...lomorrow. h 0,how T longed foi- the hou
Morning at length came, and with it t
breakfast h our, but I could eat nothing
Time drag,.-d slowly along, and broug
-eleve; at last.' My heart leaped within r
at the' idea of once more beholding this i
..imiiable creature. I called *" hac'k, and
,.- a few moments drove -up in front of the laq
;and splendid mansion; and in less time n
hand was on the bell knob. A porter mac
'his appearance. "IsMiss Williamsat home
I inquired. IM i-; Williams :! no, sir, the
is no such lady lives here.' I took out n
card, and there was the name she had give
me, and the No., and this was/the house-
I could not be mistaken. Who lives her
then,'I asked. Mr. Johnson,'. he replie
$Miss %Villianns, then, I presume, is a
adopted daughter, or a near relative of hi,
Miss Arabella Williams, the "young lad
who was at; the bll last night, is she in1
Oh!' exclaimed he, with a devilish titte
his white teeth shining between his thit
lips, and his eyes popping out of his hean
'Oh it's our Bell Williams-our cook ; ye
just go round to the back gate, and you'
find her in the kitchen!' I was thunde
struck; my poor heart sank within m
Weak and nervous 1 totlered to the hack
the driver assisted wre in. 'Drive to th
hotel,' said I, 'for God's sake!' For
hours after, Mr. Smith, my father's frien(
having heard that I was in the city, calle
,,on me. I told him my story, and asked h
advice. 'Go back home,' said he, 'th
country air will be a benefit to, youP'
-took his advice, and took leave of Ne
Orleans the same-day;. I have never gon
there Since, and curse me if I ever will."
Turtle Harbor, Jdpril 1, 1846.

[, THE COTTON CROP OF 1845.
We took great pains last fall to collect a
the facts we could gather from South Caro
"lina, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana
to show the probable extent of the cot(to
:crop,, and were .,alinfi~d ourself, that thi
_,crop would fall short of that of the proceed
jng year. All parties in Alabama, Georgi-,
and South Carolina agreed that the crop o
those three States would gall shori -3 or 400,
000 bales, and .that the crop of East Missis
iippi would also fall shot of the proceeding
year; but they were under the impression
from accounts at New Orleans, that thi,
'deficiency would be more than supplied b2
the increased crop in West Mississippi antl
Louisiana. This opinion we took pains tc
counteract by getting statements fr'om llhost
.regions, and made it our business to aseer
tain the truth oftit, and judging from (host
facts and those presented in our own coun:
ty, we became satisfied that those expect.
lions, in West Mlississippi and Louisiana
would not be realized. So far fr'om an in.
crease, we eoutd not learn of a single plan
ter in Warren county. whose crop woulc
tqual-much less exceed--that of 1844, bui
that as a general, rule the falling off woulc
be at least ] to of 1844 ; and this was th(
ease generally in the West Mississippi
counties. Notwithstanding all these facts
staring men in the face,, what effect could it
bf expected to, have in opposition to the
opinions promulgated in the cotton city,
filled with cotton buyers, who are agents
for foreign purchasers, and whose business
it was to make the cotton crop appear large
as possible, and whose zeal even prompted
them to offer large bets that the cotton crop
would exceeI that of 1844, but were never


willing to accept the bets that were tendered
to them by cool sagacious planters, after
their offers were thus proclaimed in the pa-
pers. All these things had the effect inien-
.,ded however to produce the impression lhajt
.thle crop was an overgrown one and thus
operated on the pricee.: The only argument
ever offered to us, when we asked reason to
confute ou~r statements and opinions about
theextont of the crop, was, that on the 1st
of September, October, Novemberand De-
cember, 1845, more cotton had arrived at
New Orleans, than at the same periods in
1844, and this statement was monthly put
foril in the New Orleans papers and sent to
all parts ofthe world. In vain did we urge
that the crop of 1845 matured earlier than
that of"1844, and gave many reasons Io prove
it. That, the opening prices of 184.5 were
an inducement for many to push forward a
portion of their crop, as it is well known
that many planters sent forward a few bales
at a time as fast as they could prepare them,
whose habit in former years was lo hold back
their crop until a quantity could be prepared
for shipment. But in December when the
shipments 'began to fall off, how changed
the tune -We see no comparisons of the
number of ales received -up to the first of
January, February and March, with the
same dates the previous year as we did' in
September, October, November qnd De-
cember--all was quiet, but on the cotrary
we see correspondents writing from New
Ortean? todifferent portions of the country
gradually admitting the probability of a de-
craioe in' the crop of 1845, but this is not
done til) nearly every planter had disposed


Or At a meeting of t.he Whigs held last
evening at the store of' J. W. RINALDI, Mr.
M. N- BUTT was unanimously nominated as
a candidate to fill the vacancy now existing
in our City Council; and the Whigs then
and there present pledged themselves to
use their exertions to secure the election of
the nominee.
The late farce which was played offupon
our citizens in the election ofa Councilman,
has, we believe, had the effect to wake up
many from the indifference they felt in rela-
lion to this mailer on a 'former occasion.
That the gentleman who has been nomi-
naled ; who is known to be eminently quali-
'fled, a;nd who is identified with the 'city
in interest and in feeling, will receive the
hearty support of every citizen who feels
that his prosperity is in the smallest degree
blended with that of Apalachicola; or who,
independent even of this consideration, has
an iota of regard for the reputation of the
-city in which be lives, and the worth and
dignity of her law-makers and represen-
tatives, 'we cannot for a moment doubt.
There may be a few who will again at-
tempt to bring the election of a Councilman
into ridicule, by thrusting forward some one
who is weak enough to suffer himself to be
used ass the cat's-paw of those who are ever
ready to enjoy a joke at the expense of oth-
ers; but we think the attempt, if made, will
prove abortive. If there is any humor, wit,
or sense, in such proceedings, we have been
utterly unable to find it. A burlesque or a
jke is well enough in its place, but when
sought to be practiced at the expense of the
interests of a whole community, it becomes
in the highest degree reprehensible. We
think a large majority of the citizens have
so concluded, and will give evidence of it
by going to the polls on Monday next, and
casting their votes fur one who will serve
them with ability and fidelity in our City
Council.
NEW PUBLICATIONs.-Mr. H. F. ABELL
has spread upon our table a number of the
latest cheap publications, from the press of
Harper & Brothers. Among them are the
following :-
The Story of a Royal Favorite, by Mrs.
Gore.
The Lady of Ml!lan, or Fidelity unto
Death, by Mrs. Thompson.
The Citizen of Prague, translated by Ma-
ry Howitt.
The Step-11olher, a Romance in two parts,
by G. P. R. James.
The Elves, translated from the German
of Teick, by Thomas Carlye.
Ascanio, or The Sculptor's Apprentice,
translated'from the French by Alexander
Dumas.
The Cricket on the Hearth, a Fairy Tale
of Home, by Charles Dickens.
For a few dimes, now, persons may secure
hlielast works of the best authors, and sup-
ply themselves wiih choice literary reading
for the season of leisure that is approaching.
For the Commercial Advertiser.
ELECTION FORt COUNCILMAN.
FELLOW-CITIZENS :-0n Monday next
you are called upon to elect a Councilman
in place of Wm. C. Lawrence, resigned.
Is it not your duty, as good citizens, to
elect a suitable person to fill the vacancy,
and represent your interests, and not allow
a person to be elected that would disgrace
those that elected him, and the citizens in
general ?
Mr. Mf. M. BUTT is proposed as a suitable
person to fill the vwicancy, and it is presum-
able that the thinking part of our citizens
will attend the poll and secure his election,
when by staying at home a man every way
utterly incompetent maiy be elected to
gra~iifythe base designs o~f a few disorgan-
izers, that would not hesitate to degrade
themselves wilh a view to bring others to
their own level.
It remains wilh you, as the sovereign
people, to say if you will elect a suitable
person, or allow the city to be disgraced by
staying at home.
ONE OF THE PEOPLE.
[From the Charleston Courier, March 28.]
WASHINGTON NEWS.


We give below the Message of the Pre-
sident oftheUnited States, in reference to the
stale of our affairs with- Great, Britain coM-


t The consideration of such additional pro- head of the Military committee, what that
vision was brought before appropriate corn- communication to which reference has been
rmittees of the two houses of Congress, in made, is, and wh-eth'et he cannot suggest
Answer to calls made by them, in reports, some form of bringing a knowledge of it to
prepared, with my sancion, by the Secie- the whole body of the Senate- because it is
i' tary of War and the Secretary of the Navy. stated in the message that these estimates
Soron the 290h of December and the 8,h of were made by the sanction of the President
January last; a mode ofcommunication with himself; and of course it seems'tome that
Congress not unusual, and, under existing these estimates, thug sanctioned, should
circumstances, believed to be most eligible, have been brought before the Senate.
i Subsequent events have confirmed me in Mr. Benton, inreply, said;: Tle proper in-
the opinion thiat these recommendations production to the answer to the honorable
were proper as precautionary measures, senator's inquiry, addressed to me will be
It was a wise maxim of the Father of his the statement, in the first instance, how it
- country, that -to be prepared for war, is is that the department, with the sanction of
onenofthermostefficient weans of preserv- lhe President, have communicated these
ing peace;" anrd that, "avoiding occasions esmates to the commitides The ren
of expense by cultivari-ng peace," weshould of that, procedure is, that at ibe beginning
"remember, also, That Iimely disbursements of the session, a resolution ofthji boqdy hp,
to prepare for danger frequently prevent il)g been adopted directing* ceel"in rotti'o i
S-much greater disbursements to repel it." tes, aad amongst others the Military Coin-
I The general obligation to perform this duty mittees. to inquire whether any, andifany,
is greatly strengthened by facts known to what additional defenses andp arats
the whole world. A .controversy respect- are necessary in the present state of tlh
ing the Oregon territory now exists between country. As a matter of course, tie eom-*
the United States and Great Britain ; and mitteesent that inquiry to the proper organ
. while, as far as we know, the relations of -the secretary of War4 He'returned-in
the latte-r with all European nations are of answer to thai inquiry, which is in the
the most pacific charadeer, shie is making hands ot the committee-mahy parts of it
unusual and extraordinary armaments and being very proper to be made public, others
warlike preparations, naval and mililary, not. It i. all in their hands; but tip to this
both at home and in her North American time the committee have not deemed it ne-
possessions. cessary to take any action upon it.
It cannot be disguised that. however sin- Mr. Fairfield next rose 'an said: I am
cere may be the desire of peace, in le event-also, called upon, and the statement I have
of a rupture, hliese armaments aod prepara- d o m ai s simplythis: n ne en
II '10 make is simply.this: In. consequences o(
rions would be used against our country. t p of resolutiow.4offered ht
Whatever may have been the original pur- senator from -Michigan. [Mr. Case dict.
pose of Ihese preparalions, llhe fact is un- sen to fr1 m ._M;, hi an. [T- r. Cas, dll.t,
doubsedt tese hey are now proceedin-ning the Military and Naval Comrnmitteesto
'd ou led th a th e ar no pro eed ng in i q uire w hat m measures w ere necessary fo re
p a rt at le ast, w ith a view to th e co n ting en t d ef e o t h e -er s w ere
*i r *i i TT i o lhe defenice o'f the country, letters w ere
possibility of a war with the U united Slates wriuen by ire to Of the 'c' i tte or
The genera, policy of making additional Naval Affairs to the Seeretaiy of the Navy,-
warlike In'epar,, ions was distinctly announc- and fhe, in answer to dIrs and other inq,iries
ed, in) the speech from the throne, is. late deemed pertinent to the case, made a 110m-
as January last, and has since been reitera- nni Ition w ha e rade o ,th
ied by the ministers of the crown in both Senate, and been published. In conformiz
houses of Parliament. Under this aspect ty with his recommePdations, which w.n ct
of our relations with Great Britain, i Can- undeti o have wes c
not doubt the propriety of increasing our f he Presid at entimth e U ihave the santeioh
means of defence, boih by land atd sea.i ofwthe Prespient bf the United States, hie
This can give Great Britain no cause of of- )ill w reportedby the committee which is
fence, nor increase the danger of a rupture, bo hbenfofre the Senatproviding for tile
If, on the contrary, we should fold our Mr. J. M. Clayton asked whether the
arms in security, and at last be suddenly in- Committee on Naval Affairs bad reported all
volvedin hostilities for the maintenance of the information communirated hy the See-
our just rights, without any adequate pre- rotary of l ie Navy; or whether any other
paraiion, o -ur responsibility to ibe country col umm nicationq lh ad been made to i them b
would be of the gravest character. Should Yoffi "ers of h ad De en t wich ba
collision between the two countries be avoi- officrs of*tile NivyDepartinent which bad
ded, as I sincerely trust it may be, the ad- DoI leen llaid before the Senate ?
ditional charge upon lhe treasury, in mal- ^ rfIeld-the rommumction-of the
secretary was accompanied by a report made
king the necessary preparations, will not be vy chiefs of the bureaus by the secretary
lost ; while, in the event of such a collision, 1) i s"elr an was trans I the c oin-
they would be indispensable for the main- mle. e byh1 w ith e de rs t le it
tenance of our national rights and national ee by whiith r he unded standing tlat it
honor. wats tbereturned. It was sentt to t-he
I have seen no reason to change or modi-committee in order to aid them in fi'araing
Ihaesen o easn o caneo!.i-the bill, and making the proper estimates.
fy ihe recommendations of my annual mus- It was a large, voluminon s document, not
sage in regard to the Oregon question.- sulniited to the Senate, because itd-Wasoun-
The notice to abro -ate tihe treaty of the 6th derslh od that it was to beretusrned Yo tha
of August, 1827, is authorised by the treaty 'Secretary of the Navy. was accordingly
itself, and cannot be regarded as a warlike ret u rned ..
measure; and I cannot withhold my strong O r. e ai r a s ino
conviction that it should be promptlygiven. Mr. Webster again rose and said; I in-
The other recommendations are in confor- tend to, psu, dhi subject with a sinqnle re
miiy with the existing treaty, and would at- "lherk only. I d esire to put ht hoqnifes to
ford to American citizens in Oregon no Naval Committee; whethe'rthe Secretary
more than the same measure of poteein of the Navy in communicating to hie these
w which has long since been extended lo B ri- e i n ori"*dfth c o th at the y
tish siesimaes informed the commiteeethat they
tish~I~eic slbecinlmt erioyhdreceived the sanction of the-lProm~i,T t t?
The state of our relations with Mexico n ,se ondv y, whether the Pomm un:ea-
is still in an unseated condition. Since ln wh ich hetser the commit e m ad
the meeting of Congress another revolution tionwhich he says the committee .made to
Ihe n metn fCnrs nte e t, linnte Senate eontiirs the information--to w't -
has taken place in that country, by which Ithai te naval es images proceeding fi-orn the
th e g o v e rn m e n t h as p asse d in to th e h a n d s t m ent ha d th e s a n ctio n o f th e
of new rulers. This event has proctastina- dent, and were made under his direction o P
tdd. and may possibly defeat the settlement Imr. Fairfield. in reply, said the commu-
of lhe differences between lhe United Stites nicalion of lhe Secrelary of the Ncovm.-that
and that country. The minister of the if had received the sanction of the N P aesi-
United Stales to Mexico, at the date of our (lent, was made to ysel ---it was v.etbaI,
last advises had notlbeen received by the merely, and not co m muniicated to 'the
existing aulhoriiies. Denionslralions of a; S enat e.
character hostile to the United Stales con- Mr. Webster. I understand the gentle..
linue to be m ade in M exico, which has ren- man t en s ay t the o nl the gen l
dered it proper, in ,ny judgment, to keep Iman .hen o Say hat the only authority giv
nearly two-thirds ofour armny ont oursonmh-R hmad on( uner0"e thee dietioate andsanto
western frontier. In dIoing this manv of the oftm;re 0"iudent wasvebp (lettom ^unictao
regular m ilitary po .-ts have been red 'uced to i n tof l h ac et' oc to h mas caiv r ma n 0om m thoa
a small force, *inadlequate to their defence C ommihttefec loni Nav ffairsanby theSe'-
should an emergency arise. Gmi eo aa far yU.Sce
In view of these "circumstances," it is tar-y of thie Navy; and that not even. that
m y "judg nm ent" that "'an increase of our pres enting tet bill m Ib the Sng entalio on
naval and m ilitary force is at this tim e. re- th e navy so m e (or' sin e a W e nse ,at ion ,of
quired," to place the country in a suitaIe le "f so e s 'c w s e,!h n
state of defence. At the same lime, i. is the posture of ,hMs aftair. I have only fur-
m y se tled p nrlpose to p nrsu e sn ch a co u rse b e r convenient11 1 o the t h on orab/ m{} nbe,'t "
of policy as may be best calculated Io pre- wh i chairmanl 'o the Coorablenemero l,
serve, both with Great Brilain and Mexico,, h ^ "-1"^'h omte nMl
an honorable pe lace ; w which nothing w ill so c^ eive i lnfo m t o in() th sa m e" 6 w ay tlea
effectually promote as unaninmily iu our thle etmae fi'formn t"he Warmepwartment
councils, aud a firm tmaintenanc of all our have hadmle trmhe sancion andare maeunde
jus rightsPOL the direction of the President--that he will
WASINGONMarh 2, 146.- as soon1 as conveoient"ll that is in his dis-
WASI TO, Marc 94, 186 cretion-commuinicate to lhe Senate ais far
After the Message had been read, and on a.s proper, aud no farther, what those re-
motion of Mr. ALLEN, laid on the table,! commendations are. ]f there be a portion


and ordered to be printed, a debate arose, proper to be kept private, it is quite safe in
of which we give the following sketch, t.! the discretion of that gentleman and his as-
ken from he fon: sociates in the committee, and there I am
ken from the Uon: quite content to leave it. Bt such pr
Mr. Webster rose and said: I rise for the lions of the President's recomrriendations
purpose of submitting an inquiry 'elative for the augmentation of the military means
to a matter refened to in the message, and of the country as aie fit for public commui
not for'the purpose of making any comrmen- nication and public disctlssion here, ai) 4
tarV or remark whatever on the message it- public information throughout the country,
self. We perceive, from the message just I should be very glad lhat the gentleman,
read, that it is the judgment of the Presi- whenever it suits his convenience should
dent that an increase of our- means of, de- communicate to the Senate.
fence-both military and naval-hasbecome Mr. Benton was understood to say that
necessary by the circumstances cf0the coun- he had received no verbal communication;,
try. The amount or extent of that neces- but that in great matters of this kind, he,1,"
sary increase is not stated in the message, always looked to the heads of department
But the President says that estimates show- as the organs of the President.
ing the extent of the necessary increase in Mr. Cass. If 1 understand" the message'
our means of defence, military and naval, aright, the President recommendsslill great-
have been communicated from lhe appro- er armamcnts'lhan weme recommended by
priate departments of the Executive govern- the secretary of War. I desire lo hear
ment to the appropriate committees of this that portion of the message read again. "
and tho other House of Congress for their Mr. Wvbster. He says greater atnn-
advisement and consideration. I will not ments than recommended in the early part
complain, sir, at all, of'this mode of com- of the session-not greater than recom-
itinicaiing to the members of Congress the mended by the Secretary of War.
judgment of the Executive upon suchhigh- The portion of the message alluded tfo
ly important and vital questions; and I do was then, at the request of Mr. Cass, read.
not complain of it because, as the President Mr. Cass then said: I merely remark
says, it is not unusual. Recently it is, not that, after 'using every possible effort to
unusual; but the practice is of recent ori- carry my resolutions in to effect, I thought
gin, and, in my judgment, is not io be en- ihev had gone10 sleep ihe slumber of the
cour,,Zed. I do not know whether the ho- dead. I am heartily rejoiced lhat they have
norable members of the Senate who are re- been resuscitated; and certainly I am-the
speciively at the head of these committees, more gratified when that resuscitation has
have communicated these estimates in any been egeietd by an executive message, and
way to the body to which they belong ; and not by British cannon.
I rise, therefore, for the purpose of inqui- Mr. J. M. Clayton. If I am at liberty to
ring of them-beginning with the honorable do so, I should like to ask how many' ships
member from Missouri, [Mr. Benton,] the are recommended to be built? "


men as we always do-bide our time, well
knowing that facts would prove our correct- (0'We tender our acknowledgements
ness; h'rving the consolation of knowing 'to Messrs. WILLMER & SMITTH, for a copy
that rhe-planting interest agreed with us, but of their valuable paper of March 41h, re-
unTo rtunately many were compelled to part ceived by the last Liverpool arrival. It -will
with their crops, even against their own
judgements as to the extent of the cop, 'be highly gratifying to us to be similarly
We are satisfied now that nothing prevented favored by every steamer, and so far as it
the hte crop from bringing a'good price, lays in our power we shall be happy to re-
but the idea of an overgrown crop, together ciprocate. It is needless for us, at this late
with the agitations of public affairs of the d
dray, to speak in laudatory terms of" Will-
country, which embarrasses capital and of i. .. ,
course effects the great staple of the South i mer,& Smith's European Times." It has
more than any other commodity, but we still established a reputation upon this side,
think, as we did in November, that only I which no reemarkq of otrs could either in-
those who sold at the opening market in c rt. T n ,'
the fall- and those who can hold until l ]c,'ea rt i mpar t aThc tnsrtre
May, will reap the reward of their labors. is particularly valuable, as it contains the
This was, as we staled in November, our great speech of Sir IRoBERT PEL, on the
individual opinion, and for which we gave important changes proposed in England's
our reasons, so that others could judge o-f commercial policy, Would the size of our
their correctness. We have observed many .
letters from New Orleans in different papers shteet permit, we should be glad (o transfer
of ,the' Union, admitting Ihat the crop this entire speech to our columns, aswe are
wouhl be short. Some say it will be a little satisfied our readers would find it qnite as
,over 2,000,000, but none go higher than interesting zs any other matter we could lay
2.300,000 being more than '200,000 bales before th ,less than the year before.' We think 2,350,-
000 bales will be the full extent of the crop port of t he policy he recommends.-'
'of 1845.
The stock on hand in all the ports in the MORRIs's NATIONAL PRESs.-The sixth
U. Sties on the st September, 1845, ws number of this new literary paper contains
55,646 bales less than at the same (late in such a variety of rich articles, that our at-
1844. The amount received at all these 'tention was attracted particularly to it on
ports 1st September, 1845, is 302,712 bahvs its recent. o ; and we would once more com-
less than received at the same ports to the
same date in 1844. The amount shipped mend te "Press" to tire lovers of polite
to foreign ports since 1st Sept., 1845, is Literature and the Belles Lettres. The
228,756 bales less, and to Northern ports paper teems weekly with the scintillations
53.282 bales les than to the same por(s it of genius, in Prose and Poet-y. To give
1844. T he am ount now on hand and on i o e v an v
ship board in all the American ports, is 72,- some iea of he ^ale and variety of its
017 bales less than same date last year. matter, we will give the heads of ils differ-
With all the increase predicted at New Or- ent departments. First is original Poetry,
leans, the receipts has been less, up to 6th by 3.rs. Emiline S. Smith, 'The Beacon,'
March, 1846, by about 13,000 bales than to wc sIotyide-teoty h
same (late in 1844-'45. which is pot indeed-tle Poetry (f the
A discussion has now arisen in New Or- Heart. 'ILiterary Noiices,' 'Sketches of
leans as to the extent of the crop, and the Character,' 'German Literature,' and 'Ro-
speculators and jobbers have fleeced the mance and Reality,' fill up the first page.
planters by the cry of full crops, will now On the second we have the department
set upon each other. The Memphis 'Eagle .es~odw acle^-^'"
says: which the Editor reserves for his own re-
THE COTTON Crtop.-7"The Short and flections upon matters and things,' which
the Long ofit." -The New Orleans 7ropic are touched off in his sprightly, racy style;
says there is a species of gambling excite- 'Letters from Correspondents,' one from
m e n t p r e v a i l i n g i n t h a t c i t y a nm o n g t h o s e l oe f roI G r a e r e n w o, a n d
engaged in the cotton trade, respecting the s, onfr Grace Greenwood,' and
extent of the crop. And reminds the par- one front 'Rusticus,' in the country, who,
ties that if the thing be carried to any ex- judging from his letter, does not suffer his
tent. it will have to quote .'the state of"'the wits to rust while he is rusiicating. On
odds'" In that case, it also says, the two the third page we have aIChronicleof the
contending parties might be styled the-"bulls
and the bears:" but the most appropriate Times,' embracing the current neVs of the
cognomen would be, perhaps, the ,shorts" day; -Useful Information,'under wh ch is
and the longs;" the more so, as some- given instruction and advice to Farmers and
bqdy must eventually be "short" in -cash, Housewives; and the la column is always
if not "short" in their estimates.
Exactly so; nor would it be "long" first: devoted to 'Sunday Reading,' of' the most
that is clearly the "-long and short,, of choice character. A poetic effusion to
that. But the question being about the March, by Fitz-Greene Halleck, one in
shortness or fullness of the crop, we do not *ose upon the same Month by I ilis;
t h i n k t h a t e i t h e r t h e b u l ls a n d b e a r s o r r i" g n t e St me I F e C o r r e s ;
'shorls and longs" would be as appropriate 'oreign Literature,' 'Foreign Correspon-
soubriquet as "fulls" and "shorts"-for dence,' 'Humorous Sketches,'and 'Gems
that the crop will be full short is well agreed of Poetry,' with a score of paragraphs of
on.-[Vicksburg Whig. excellent advice, under the head of' Varie-

PRIDE.-Therenis no vice to which the lies,' makes up the fourth. page.
human race are so prone,' and none so un- A file ofte'Press' may be seen on our
suitable to their nature and condition, as table, by those who would like to judge for
pride-that self-love which springs up so themselves of its merits. The price of'sub-
rapidly in oursouls. and leads us t6 view our scription is $2 a year, inadvance. For $5,
own qualifications through a magnifying l s t2ra year, or t 5,
medium, which gives existence and reality one opy will be sent thre years, or three
tothephantomsofimaginalion. Pridecom- copies one year. Office,,222 Broadway,
mences with our life, grows with our New-York.
growth, and spreads through all our con-
versation and conduct. She accompanies THE WEATHER.--Had not the calendar r
us through every stage, condition and cir- and our better sense have taught us better,
cumstance of our terrestrial course. She we should for the last four or five days v
intermingles with almost every action we have concluded that time ad taken a retro-
perform, and every pursuit in which we en-
gage. She altendts ns to the grave, in all grade movement, and that we were in the
the pomp.solemnily, and expense of funerals. midst of January again. The weather has 9
She engraves her ostentatious i nscriptions been unusually cold for the season, with i
on the stone thait covers the moulderirai d i Thi m, i
bo dy and w h en th at co py is inco rpora te 01 t h e win is ea"f m th ei o uth .Eas and ^
with ils original dusl, and Ihese words of s.evyfo eSot-aadl
vanity are no longer legible, she attempts cloaks outdoors and fires inside are deci-
by escutcheons, and pedigzrees, antd genea- dediy Comfortable. When will Spring1
logical legends,, to perpetuate the name come'?r
which wisdom had perhaps consigned to
oblivion. This is more or less the" foible, (ff?" For the President's Message in re-
this tle deformity, this the deep-rooted vice httion to the Oregon question, and the latest
of llmakid. Prde ap eas i 'n ^ the eof-- Wah ng o ne s h ra e s ee d to
workman's bench as well as on the monarchs' ""hrclm.I ilb enta h
throne; she struts driving a flock of sheep President. abates not a tittle from the post-
as well as in marching at the head of a vic- tions assumed in his M~essage attlhe open- s
lotions arm. ing of Congress, and that if any further s
M'AGA~lMiTr.-In Germany, during a overtures ar made fo compromise they 3
war, a cptaihn of cavalry was ordered out must come from the other side of the water, d
pon a fo~raging expedition. HP. prat Mim- This is something gained any how. TPhe d
elf, at. ..the ..__head of ...his troopp: and. marched. people can no, longer be in doubt as regards. ,c


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Notice. "
CASH wanted for sundry accounts of long
standing. All persons intereted will-tke
due notice and govern themselves accordingly, or
I will----dun then petsonally.
March 28 PETER HOBART.


Per Octavia from New Orleans,
RECEIVED as above a choice'seleciidh of
Family Groceries and Provisions; als0, a
fre-h supply of Spring and Summer C.o'thing%
made up in the latest style, for sale by '
GIBSON & CLAPP,
March 21 22 Water street.


Wasiiington Coumity- .
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
WILL be sold on the second Monday m in Se,-
termber next, (14th) at the Court-htouse
door, at Roache's Bluff, in Washington county,
within the usual hours of sale, the ftllowing~prt,-
perty, to wit: ,
Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lying
in Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of
the estate of Jacob A. Blackwellt and to be sold
for the taxes tor the year 1845.
Alio, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of
- Blackstone, and to be sold fori the taxea
for the "ear 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes"
Valley, levied on as the property of John 6.-Rus4
and to be sold for the taxes for the yeai 1845.
Also, fbrty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property -of A. S. Bryanw;and to
be sold for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing in Holmes' Valley, levied on as the property
of Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for
the year 1845. *:: '
JOHN W. COOK, Sheri. ;
and exwofficio State Tax Collector.
March 28, 1846. 1. 13-6m,


5 a
10 a
27 a
200 a
800 a
150 a
250 a
450 a
100 a
50 a
1 12 a


6
12
28
250
1000
200
300
500
125
57
150


Oakun
Rosin,
Tar,


)ILS, Linseed,
Oiive, b(
Sperm,
Lard,
Tanners'
Castor, bc
PROVISIONS, Pork, Mess,
M. 0.
Prime,
Bacon Hams,
canvassed,
Sides,
Shoulders,
LARD,
BUTTER,
CHEESE,
POTATOES,
DEA NUTS, b
ICE.
PICES, Cassia,
Cloves,
Ginger root,
ground,
Nutmegs,
Pepp,'r,
UGAR, N. Orleans,
Old crop N. 0.
Loaf,
ALT, Liverpool, S;
Coarser, b
TEEL, Cast,
German,
OAP,
PILUITS, Brandy. Cognac,
Gin, Hollcind,
6 American,
Rum, N E.
Whiskey, Rect.
Alcohol,
KINS, Bear,
Deer,
HOT, all sizes,
OBACCO,
EA, Young Hyson,
Souchong,
[N,
WINE, Baling,
Seine,
VINES, Vaderia,
Champagne,


otile 175 a 200
bb1 12 50 a1300
bbl 1150 a1200
bb 1100 a1151)
lb 9 a 9
lb 10 a 11
Slb 6Q a 7
lb 531 a 6
lb 8 a 9
lb 18 a 25
lb 8 a 10m
bbl 250 a 350
bush 40 a 45
cwt 500 a 600
lb: 24 a 25
Ib 87J a 50
lb 9 a 10
lb 11 a 12s-
lb 212 a 250
lb 18 a 20
lb 64 a 7j
lb 6 a 7
lb 12 a 14
ack 1 00 a 1 12
u-h 623 a 75
cwt 18 00 a25 00
cwt1200 a15 00
lb 51 a 6
gal 250 a 350
gal 1 50 a 175
gdl 40 a 42
gal 37 a 40
gpi 24 a 25
getl 621 a 75
150, a 200
7 a 9
Ib 5 a 6(i
lb 12 a 75
lb 45 a 1 00
lb 50 a 75
lb 18 a 20
lb 40 a 50
gal 100 a 300
doz l0 00 a15 00


Notice.
W ILL be sold, under a decree df'the Court
V of Chancery, on the FIRST MONDAY in
APRIL next, in front of the Exchange, Lot
No. 6, Block D2," in the city of Apilakhicoa I-,
with the tenement standing thereon, commolnly
known as the City Hotel."
Terms-One-third cash, and the balancd''n
notes of one and two years. Further terms to'6(3
made known on the day of gale. .
T. H. AUSTIN,) .'.. 7,
C. H. AUSTIN, j "
Apalachicola, March 20, 1846. -13-21
Lumber.
TUST received 50,000 feet Yellow 15ine Lum-
j ber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000
feet White Pine, assorted from I to 2 inth, which
will be sold low for the cash, by
PETER HOBART.,
No Lumber will be delivered from the yard,
after this dAte unless paid for, or a written order "
ftrommi responsible person. March 28


Auction.
BY. HEZ. R. WOOD, Auctioneer.
ILE be sold on Saturday, llth April, on
w the premises, at 11 o'Ilock, A. M. the im-
provements on Lot 5, block C, 2d range, Com-
merce street, consisting of 1 story House, in
good repair, at present occupied by Thos. Davis.
Also-Household and Bar Room Furniture.
Terms at sale. WOOD & Co,
Aprl 4 3-2 Water st.
Groceries, Dry Goods, &c. at
Auction.
HEZ. R. WOOD, Auctioneer.
W ILL be sold on Wcdne:'dav, 8th inst., at 11
Y T o'clock, at our store, 32" Water street, a
qw-a-itity of Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, &c.
Terms, Cash. WOOD & Co,
April 4 32 Water st.


Saddlery for Sale at Cost and
** Charges. : :- **
H- AVING on hand an assortment/of Saddles,
Bi idles &c. &c I will dispose ,of them a
above for cash. "
On hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will
be sold for cash .... -'
March 28 P. HOBART;


To the Public.
HAVING dis:rosed of my entire stock of
Drugys and Medicines to Mr. H. F. Abell,
it retiring hrom the business, I take occasion to
return to the public, my friends and customers,
my thanks for the patronage they have bestowed
upon the establishment while under my control ;
and I take pleasure in recommending my successor
to them as worthy of 'their patronage, and solicit
for him a continuance of the custom heretofore
so liberally extended to me.
March 1 B. S. HAWLEY.
0fj BASKETS London Club Champagne;
~ V 5000 Regalia Segars, for sale by
April 4 B. S. HAWLEY.
Cavana Segars. ,
BEST Havana Segaxs, for sale
50V,5 0 by WOOD,& Co,'
Aptil 4 32 Water st.


A Card.
TrHt undersigned having purchased frynm'Mr.
1B. S. Hawley his entire stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass% War%- Shop Fur.
niture, &c. will continue the business ot.,'h'ole,
sale and Retail, at the old stand corner ofWater
ahd Chestnut sts, and begs leave to sa\ to his friends.
and former patrons of the establishment t',at'h5i
stock is complete, embracing every artitle'u:nally
kept in Southeem Drutt Stores,.and from arrang'e-,
ments recently effected, willbe regularly supphied
with fresh staple articles. I t: "
Physician;;, Planters, Country Merchaitisand .1
,others will find it to their interest to call and ex-'
amine his stock and prices. All orders will be
,.promptly attended to in person by '
-March 1, 1546. H, F. ABEL L


Congress Spring Water
JUST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
March 31 J. C. ALLEN.


I


For New YorklE.
STHE fine brig PIO.N'BEE^' Heam,,
j master, will have quick dispatch. For
.i~sliS~freight or passage, apply to ,
i

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Mr. Fairfiefd. I am not able to answ
'that question. I paid but little attention
4the maiuer, believing that the recommend
tiorn of the Secretary of the Navy was-ad
qfmlae to, the exfy.'iucy. It passed out
mv mind.
"On motion of Mr. Berrien, the Sena
then proceeded to the consideration of ex
cutive business ; and, after some time so o
cujifed, the doors were re-opened, and t
Senate adjourned.

[Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.]
VWASHIINGTON, March 24, 1846
The President's position, his ends a
objects, are now explained, at least in pa
by his M,-s;a.e of this day to the Senate,
reply to Mr. Dayton's resolution. It w
buzzed about the C.pi:al, in the morning
that it would b'e a war Message. It do
^not, in the optiion of some, fall far short
'it, for it le-a;-ei-rs all his former opinion
and views, ag expressed in his Messaze
Ithe opening of Ill.- Session. You will be
Jin mind'the consItrut.1iion which Mr. Ca
7houn put upon that Message;,and, that I
'iM'tained that tihe President, vvas no long
"in the same position. The President h
tnow said :i1l that the ultra Oregon men d
sired of, him. His Message. as it is inte
preted here, excludes the idea lhat he h
made any overtures to the British Gover
*ment, o'rl e,:petls any from it. He inis
Upl,,n the recommendation of an inmedia
note to the Government of Great Britai
of the termination of the Convention, a!
upoin me.t.-nies for the protection of settle
in Ore-.p,, and upon preparations for d
fene,. It is true, that, as to warlike prep;
'rati.on. 14e- does not go beyond his form
recommonr iti n,. as he now illustrates then
It w,is not bel.,r, known that increased est
imates, had been sent to the Committee c
iN:tval and Military Affairs, under his san
yfti^:O. I ,ntt say that the Message appears
to produce consternation in the Senate.
'was not read till the close of the proceed
'inYs in the Senate. Mr. Pakenham an
Mr. Crompton were present, and listened
"with eager ears.
M1r. Johnson, of'Louisiana, presented it
structions from the Legislature of th
State, in favor of some provision ftr the d
fence of New-Orleans, and they were refe
re.I to the War Department.
Mr. Daivis presented a remonstraneo fro
Marblehead fishermen against a repeal
"the fishing bounties, which he explained
-an interesting muaner; Whereupon son
*debate took place, in which was discuss
'the origin of those bounties. It was cot
tended that they were granted for the pu
pose of forming a nursery of seamen.
Mr. Allen called upon the Senate to fi
a day for the termination of tile Oregon (1i
bate, which had now been continued 4

Ifr. Morehead said that a number of'Ser
.ators were yet to speak on the subject, art
liheie was no necessity for fixing a day. I
'Was agreed to lay (he matter aside for th

Mr. Chalmers, of Mississippi, made a ver
e,,,.l speech o01 iw. Oregon question, i
,npii ,t of American rights, and also in favo
70fa compromise on 49.
Mr. Sevier lias the floor for to-morrow
In the House, the Bill t17r raising two rift
're.jt,.-iii, was farther discussed. Mr. ANi
a11s ,8,-4 1P-1-l that, as 11n important messag
Sfion rhe President, bearing on 'this subject
h.li been transtnilted'to the Senate this day
it u., |',,.[T to defer the final question o
the ItIll ,nilil the members -hlnii! hiave ha
an O|pp|,_,'t,,,.nitv of ascertaining what the pre
cise character of that message was. As a
present advised, it was his intention to von
a'.: itn- lthe Bill; l.,,,. if ilhe Pre.-ident shouh
h..III i ,,r any comrmunication shewing th
necessity of its passage, it should receive
,his hearty concturrence. On this suggest
lion, the -Committee rose, and the Hous(
adjourned.
*^, .'[From ";Vhiii .r & Smith's European Times.1
COMMERCIAL.
There has been several expensive failure;
fin London and Liverpool. ]n the latte
!place dne house, M'essrs Stockdale ani
Suq_.n.!, the most extensive soap) manulhctu
Ters, it is said, in the world, have suspen
tided p~avment, Their liabiliies are little
shortt of hul( a million of money. The fat-
:lure was owing to the tii .,,,i--' of, thle Me
n~ey i,,.,'.,,.i, and to theireconseq,,ent inabili-
',15y to negotiate their paper. This great tat-
lure has" seriously involved several firms
and has dragged down some hialf dozer
smaller housvst The Liverpool Bur-roui;h
Bank suffers to the extent of ntore that
-,100,000, and the result has been to send;
thie shares of that establishment almost, to
pa'r.
The weather in England eontinnes unust>
.ially mihl., and the effect cannot fail to make
itself (elt on the. growing crops. Vvgeta-
liou ia extremely fiorward-; and, during the
'months, of January and. February, weap
.peered to be iu the midst of MIay. '[he
winter :,lt.,i.-thler has been otto of the most


u.nwintrly on record. We allude to the
circumstance here lor the purpose of stating
fli~it. as regards the produce of the field,
the result is most discouraging, and fears
-V for the future are already uppermost in
= men's minds. II' the prevailing mildness is
to le succeeded by frost, the young wheat
v\\ill be seriously, perhaps irretrievably, ex-
'posed; if there be no frost, the curse ofve-
:,getation--verrmin, will produce even worse
'cOUSeriiien;'". An either case, the future
I looks unpromising, Fnortunately, the im-
-' :.portation of grain and flour, under the new
tariff, will he Iw-fur the sliding-scale will
be so cowiaeiil in its movements that it
-can hardly be said to slide at all-and the
tran-mnii-sion, of bread stuffs" to thiscoun-
Itey cannot fail, under such circumstances,
4to prove a profitable investment. The sea-
-sons run in cycles, and if the indifferent
,grain harvest of last year is to be followed
.by a -?iinil:ir calamity during the present
year, a great safety valve will be found in
the almost stationary sliding scale. We are
no croakers, nor have we any desire to
prognosticate evil; a, bad harvest is the
heaviest calamity which Heaven can inflict
upon a country. We are merely pointing
out IlIP piobable effects of an extraordinary
physical fact.
The scarcity of Money has been making
itself felt .in the Cotton market. During
the last fT)rtnijght the market has been dull,
with receding prices, and matters would
have remained in this lethargic state, had it
notbeen for the arrival, on Monday, of the
Patrick Henry, which Bailed on the 6th,


For Liverpool.
^ THE first class Am. hilp HUROXI
Weeks, master, having three-fourtih 9f..
S her cargo 'engaged, will have dispath"
tor the above poit. For freight, apply to
March 21 1 J. DAY & ttt;,
For Liverpool.
THE superior Br. bark CUM'BE/&
l .//JVD, Power&, master, will hay* di
,datch. For freight, 0pply to
March 21 7 ". DAY Co.
For New York,
_^E-,. With Diath Ie
STHE superior ship CORDOV:
Lowell, master. For freight or passage^.
apeiy to the captain, or to
DODGE & PRATT,
April 4 40 Wa!t~etreet. ^,


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B. S. Hawley,
ACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
.Cor. Water and Chestnut streets,
April 4 Apalachicola, Fa.
'TOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Frn.nklin
untv, for a final discharge from the administra-
on of the estate of Amrory Roonprs, deceased
B. Ti CARO, Adm'r.
BENJAMIN ELLISON, Agent.
Apalachi0ola, April 4,'1846. 14 Cm
Clover Seed.
FEW pounds of large, Red 'Northern Clover
Seed, for sale by
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ver and which has brought the President's C OE R I M E R A L
to Message to Congress, and the correspon-
da- dence between [he British and American REMARKS ON THE MARKET.
de- Ministers relative to the Oregon. The turn COTTON.-There has been a good inquiry since
of which this vexed question has taken has ex- T d a ftr hv be e 1 t -
cited surprise; for it was hoped that the tuesday, and factors have been enabled to real-
e commercial measures of the present Go- ize in most cases, prices current previous to the
ae- cmernment wotld have facilitated the setGle- steamer's news. We were rather premature in
)C- ment of the dispute, on terms satisfactory reducing our quotations, although some lots had
he to both parties. The Cotton market ad- changed hands at a decline of ce., not however
ranted on some. descriptions an eighth when from our quotations, but from some sales which

the belligerant purport of the advices by had been made above our figures. We to-day re
the packet transpired. The peremptory re- store our old quotations, which we believe con:-
fusal of the American Government to sub- fon very nearly to the sales of the last few days.
nd mit the question to arbitration on the ground LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
rt, that it would thereby recognize the rights Inferior ............. ................ 5 a 5j
Ordinary ....... ........ '............. 6 a 61-
in of the British Government to a portion of Middling. ............................ 61 a 61
Vas Oregon, is regarded as puerile, not to say Good Middling................... 7 a 7j
ig, insulting. These rights have been long Middling Fair........................- a 7j
es acknowledged by treaty between the parties, Fair ................................. 7j a 8
of it is held as being too late in the day to Gooda8 F 8 a 8-
ns erase a bond which preceding negotiators, GRocERIEts.-During the past week the Grocery
at on bothsidesofthe Atlantic, have combined miarkat has been without animation-all descrip-
ar to respect. The friends of peace tnourn mans having been exceedingly dull and the de-
al- that the arbitration-the most satisfactory mand having almost been centre suspended.
hc mode of settling amicably a controverted Small sales of the leading articles have been made
er claim-should have been so unceremoniously at the quoted rates. Coflie, 8 a 9c. Flour,
as .rejected, and its effect upon the Cotton Western, $6; Northern, $7 per bbl. New-Orleans
e- market has been., as we have stalled, to make Sugar, 5; a 6je. Rice, 6c. Molasses, being one
,r- it more decidedly firm. The pilot-boat, of the principal articles of the trade, has met a
as William J. Romer, which sailed in compa- good demand, and is now selling at 31c. for New-
,,- ny with the Patrick Henry, has not yet ar- Orleans. Whiskey, 25c. Pork, Mess $11 25 a
sts rived. She is said to be the bearer of MAr. 51245; Prime, $11 .Bacon, Sides, 61 a 6j; Hams,
te Pakenham's despatches to thp British Go- 8j a 9; Shonlders, 5 a 5jc. Lard, 8 a 9c. Sperm
n, vernment. The packet experienced ]heavy Candles, 31c. Ship Bread, 31 a 4jc. Beeswax,
nd weather, otherwise it is probable that the no sales; a good article bright yellow would sell
rs iniiawUre craft might have cut a more re- at 23 a 2h5c.
e- spcctable figure in the race. Kentucky Bagging, 11 a 12c. Rope, 5 a 5.
a- It will be seen, by referring to the corn- Hides-There have been no arrivals of late: 7
er munication of" our Paris correspondent, that a71c ,were the last sales.
m. the French C(haimbers have voted a sum of Peanuts, 35 a 45c.
ti-- money for the establishment of a line of Hay, sold at auction on the wharf, brought 67
on steamers between Havre and New York, so a85c : in store, 9125.
c- that when all the projected "vapour ships" FREIGHTS-We have heard of no engagements
ed are in action, a daily, or at least a semi- for foreign ports since our last. For Liverpool
It weekly mnail between Europe and America masters demand the rates for time current, and
d- will have been secured. The spirited and for Havre lie. Shippers refuse to giAe more than
nd successful managers of the -alifax mail 1c. For New York, shipments continue active,
ed steamers are building another fine vessel, to as quoted.
add to their already splendid fleet of stea- QUOTATIONS:
n- mers. To Liverpool ............1-2 a ll-32d per lb.
at It will gratify our friends in Arnerica- it ",New York....................15-8c. p
e- will gratify, more immediately, our old and Bo-ton ................... .11-16c. "
r- excellent friend, Di. Bartlett, of the Yew Providence ..................5 8c. "
York Albion, to know that Indian corn will COTTON STATEMENT. Last
m shortly be as popular an article of (ood on year.
of this side of the Atlantic as it has long been Stock on hand lst Sept .. .. .....4 S
in on the other. The worthy doctor's'admi- received pa,-t 3 days ......... 1,498
"1 previo0ly ..... .... 83,070
tie rable pamnphlet on the economical and nu- Total .... bales -- 84,572 132113
ed trilious virtues of maize has excited general Exported past 3 dys.......... 1,469
n- attention in England ; the press has eulo- 4 previously. .........56,916
r- gised it; its recipes h:ive been put ili) rac1i- Total ...........---53,385 93244
cal operation, and, at no distant day. Indian On hand and on shipboard not cleared 23,187 38369
ix corn will forma prominent article of Armeri-
e- can exports. EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALAOHICOLA
15 Business generally is dull. The Money Commnenctng 1st Seplember, 1845--aud same
market, from (lie various causes at which we time in 1S44.
n- have glanced elsewhere, is in a very unsat- PaH ITHER EXPLRTED. a3daslously.[ Iseatn
id isfactory state. With fifteen millions of 3 dy oiy I
Liverpool ............ ...... 18550 .18550 .237.55
It money locked up, waiting the adjudication avre ...................... ...... ........ 1312
ie of the committees of the House of Corn- Nanz '............... ...... ....... ...... .. 1279 E
moss on iThe various railroad projects before Trieste ............... ...... ...... ... .. ..1187
ry them, it could hardly be otherwise. But Genoa ............. .. .. ......... 640
n as the companies yet their acts, lhe moner ther ports ........... ...... ..... .... ......
>r will find its way into circulation. The evil, Total to For. Ports. -.. 1550.1855. 28173
however pressing, is only i temporary, and New York ............. 1437 .1885 2:1322.26608
-Boston ........... .... ...... .. 8619 .-.8619 .20067
v. we must even be content to bear patiently Providence ... ...... ........ .4899..4899 ..6850
le what we cannot avoid. The sweets are Philadelphia ......... ...... ....440 ...440 ..11547
I- hereafter to be tasted. Baltinmore............ ...... .. 1662 ..1662 ..1051
r New Orleans ......... .... 32..2218 ..2250 ..5673
,e Correspondence of the Charleston Evening News. Otherport ........... ...... ..1643 ..1643 .. 931 F
KEY WEST, M.irch 19, 1846. Total Coastwise.... 146-9 38866 .398:35 .65071 C
Y' The ship Soulhport, Griffith, master, TOTAL-P-ALES.'. ;..... .7....5.335 "93244 C
dn from your port bound to Apalachicola, ran t
*, asho.reon the night of3rd inst. at the Tor- MEi Il U T T fIVENCE
I ttgas. She received assistance from the U INE' IU LLIGEN~h.
e smiicks aind arrived here on Tuesday eve- 'i
ed ning last. the 10th, consigned to F. A. POINT OF APALACHICOLA........April 4.
le lrowne, but the Captain attended to his CLEARED.
own dIfairs. The case was tried on Thurs- AMlarch 30--Ship GPO Skolfield, Skoltield, for
(lay the 12th, and the court awarded to sal- N York, by Nourse, Stone &Co.
4- Bark Mary Kimball, Gregory, for Boston, by
-e vors the sum of 5':.',!n. What rice she had D B Wood ,& Co.
was disposed of at private sa!e at 41. From Schr Christiana, Stokes. for Boston.
tile report of the surveyors, who had a diver, March 31-Steam schr Florida, Clift, for New
she has received no material injury save the Orleans
ApriI 2--Bri,- I Copeland, Baker, for N York,
loss of her false keel. She sailed on the by D B aeood ,B 'Co. L
s7th for New Orleans. Bark Ahbv Francis, Bra-ton, for Havana, r
sr The brig Abbey Amelia, from New York, April 3--Ship Marianna, Phillips, for New York, [
d in ballast, which was recently relieved by byvMcKayfc Harr~horne. 1
. pilot boats Lafayett and Savanuah from the by 4^ 1^ ^ Beodge&Pratt.York
_ ttry rocks, payed tlhe salvers the +sum of--
500. S he has since been repaired and M a ch 30 -S i A R Ian Ehad. l n h r f o
_ sailed a few days ago for Attakapas, L,,. Glasgow hpBacrd wad.o"
The brig Moxy of Thotnaston, from New Ship Tuskina, Willhams, fm Liverpool.
_ Orleans, bound to --- with a cargo of Brig Meramora, Gates, fm New York.
.staves, arrived here on Monday lost, the 9th Match 31--Ship Ebeu Preble, Perkins, from
instimlpnni(Tn>] n AI? 'i~t ^h^Glasgow, to D B Wood & C<).
inmst., andl consigned to A. b. Tilt. She Shi oon Bueknam, from Havre, to D B p
Stan ashore on T1ortugas and was assisted by Wood &Go. "
i sloops Plume and Convoy, together with April 2--Brig Alubama, Allen, fm New York.
lle cewsfromtwosmaks. he asewas Steanmer A',nes, Rynear, fm Chattahooehee
| heard on S aturday tlhe 14 b,. and the court Steam er^ Alb ny G ifin fnulb ny
,has awarded the salvers $--.50, on bri and Steamer Colui-nbu.', Garrard, from C~olumbus.
cargo--ihe whole being valued at $1100. Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Eufaula.
.The salvage will be paid by sale of cargo, TMEMOADIA.
SanI the vessel will return to New Orleans. T 0, ^
: Br. shlip York, Dixon, master, from N. Spoken by the shtp olon, M arc 25, off Gun
,Orleans, with a cargo of 2150 bales of Cot- ]Key, ship Swatara' of Philadelphia, 56daysfrom P
ton and 3400 bbls. of Flour has .just arri- Liverpool for New Orleans. March 26, off Dou- S
r ed, having l~eeti ashore on Long Key reef. ble Headed Shot Keys, ship Ontario of Wiscasset,
She ran ashore o u T uesday evening |;ast. fi"'O P ston,.or .New. Orleans.


IMarch 17th, and was taken off afier dis- poke by the ship Eben Preble, Feb. 27, Lat.
Charging some 400 bales Colton into Key 28, Long. 36, British ship Tuskar, 41 days from
West and Ludllow, She is consigned to Liverpool, for Savannah. S
O 'H a ra & W e lls L .O F V E S SE L S -!I -N -'O"''
The buig Moxysailed this morning for S. P 1
SHIPS
New Orleans. Nothing further. In haste. Huron. Weeks, 14 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
Yours, J. A. T. J Day V Co. S'
Blanchard, Blanchard, --tons, for Boston, loading
FELIX versus "SIR ROBEKT."--We learn -D B Wood & Co and Bu-bee & Howard St
from Washington that Gen. Felix Grundy Tuskina, Williams, 429 tonm, fm Liverpool, wait- S
froi Wahingon hat en.Feli Grndy ing--Ma_-ter.
McConnell is violently and vindictively op- Alexander, Leeds, 591 tons, fin Havre, loading-
posed to the British Tariff Bill of -Sir Master.
Robert Walker," on the very just, reison- Dauntless, Rogers, 698 tons, fm Liverpool, dis-
Sao g t, chargin--Maste'r.
ale and democratic ground, thai in s.id bill, U gent, Rogers, 622 tons, for Liverpool, loading SE
the democratic beverage, brandy, is charged --Master.
with a duty of 75 per cent, while'the aristo- Solon, Bncknram, 540 tons, fm Havre, waiting- SI
cratic wines are charged only 30 per cent. D B Wood & Co. '
Mac savs he cannot support such an iniqui- Eben Preble, Perkins, 5.6 tons, fm Glasgow, TI
~waiting--D B Wood & Co.
tous bill; for brandy-and-waier is good Cordova, Lowell, 332 tons, forNew York, loading TI
enough for poor folks. Champagne is so insi- -Dodge & Pratt. T
pid thatl he. cannot taste it in his mouth. ie BARQUES.
Due de Orleans, Robertson, fin New York, wait. W
says that brandy-and-water, particularly i ng fm Naster
brandy, will go down in his district, but he'lk Robert Watt, Johnson, tons, for Liverpool. ""
be hanged if this Tariff Bill will go down at loading--Hili, Dawson & Co.. /
all., Tle industrious, laboring, road-work- Cumberland, Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool, F.
'loading- J Day .V Co.
ina peosPe, won't permit such invidious dis- Euclid, Davison, 501 tons, fm Berbice, loading-
tinctiotjs.[--3lI/;,' Daily Advertiser Bugbee & Howard and Ls Fred E Dugas.
... .. ....BR tG-S.
The Hon. John McLean, of the U. S. Pioneer, Hearn, 2.11 tons, for New York,.loading ^
Supreme Court, who wvas elected a short -Dodge & Pratt. ,(.)
time since President or the American Bible Metamora, Gites, 195 tons, fm New York, wait- .ii
Society, has declined the appointment ing--Mastrr.
(loy,1 has deined h pi m t o n Alabama, Allen, 271 tons, fm New York, watt-
the ground that his public duties occupy all ing-Master.
his tim e. ... ......
-rcILLS of the Commercial Bank of Macon re-
Cy We will state, for the information of _J eeived at par for Goods at the lowest cas, A
those who are not aware of the fact, that prices, by ,
Indian corn is good fbod for horses. March 21 B. ELLISON & Co.


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RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Persteamer Agnes--21 bales cotton, 1 box to
bacco to Win G Porter &: Co; 17 bales cotton t
T H & C A,,stin; 15 to Lockhart & Young; 1
to Thomas Preston; 2 boxes tobacco to B
Hawley.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-387 bales cotton t
McKay k^ Hartshorne; 123 to Wylie & McKenzie
243 do, 79 cow hidts and I bale deer skins to Loc
hart Az Young: 57 bales cotton to 11 1. Taylor; 1
to Dodge & Pratt.
Per steamer Champion-80 bales cotton to Lock
hart & Young: 40 to Howard & Rutherford; 34 t
Harper & Holmes; 23 to J Day & Co; 15 to Wy
1e6 & McKenzie; 4 to Bugbee & Howard; 13 do
I bale hides, 9 barrels and4 bags meal to Win C
Porter & Co.
Per steam-r Agnes-19 bales cotton and 4 boxes!
tobacco to Thomas Preston; 16 to Wylie & Mc
Kenzie; 7 to McKay ,Iz Hartshorne: 1 to Lockhar
& Young; 1 to B S Hawley; 2 boxes tobacco ti
D G Raney.
Per steamer Columb'is--86 bales cotton Wrr
H Kimbro,,gh & Co; 62 to J C Maclay: 12 to I
Elli.on & Co; 50 to Howard & Rntherford; 12 tc
Ls Fred E Duga&.
Per steamer Albany-41 bales cotton and 2 boxe.
tobacco to Lockhart &I Young; 2 do to Wylie &
McKen7ie
Per Wylie's box No 3-94 bales cotton to Lock.
hart & Young.
PASSENGER RS.
Per steamer Agnes-Capt Gregory; Me'srs I
S SHawley, A Linear, Jos Linear, E Stubbs, J'a
T Lochala.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-Rev Burton, T-5
Pope; Messrs Stow, Ridgill. Adams, C Gardner
J A Booth, J C Gardner, Day, McKinne, Phi.
lander Thompson
Per steamer Champion-Mrs John B Appling,
Mrs G B Wardlaw, child and servant. Mrs Win
Mount; George Hill, Woolbright and Young.
EXPORTS.
NEW YORK-Per ship Geo Skolfield-1292
bales cotton.
Per ship Marianna-991 bqles cotton.
Per brig L Copeland-446 bales cotton
BOSTON-Per bark Mary Kimball-1125 bales
co'ttn
NEW ORLEANS-Per steam schr Florida-32
bales cotton.


OU- We are authorised to announce
Col. ROBERT J. FLOYD as a candidate for
Colonel of the Third Regiment, F. M.


fl^j* We are authorised to announce
Gen CHARLES H. DUPONT as a candidate
for Major General of the First Division, Florida
Militia.


0,-' We ate authorised to announce
MAJ. JOHN G. CAMP as a candidate for MA-
.rOR GENERAL of the 1st Division, F. M.


(0- WILLIAM H. HUGHES, is a candidate
for Lieutenant Colonel, instead of Colonel, as we
before announced, of the Third Regiment, Flori-
da Militia. April 4.

W" .Mr. Editor: You will please announce
Col. JACKSON MORTON as a candidate for
Brigadier General of' the fist brigade of the first
division of the Florida Militia.
March 28. 1815. MANY VOTERS.


Chattahooehee HotSl,
"f'1 HE subscriber takes pleasrre in
informing the traveling community
that he has taken charge of the above
establishment, situated immediately
on tht banks of the river, where thb
traveller may find a comfortable and quie.reating
place and thereby avoiding the many inoniYa-,
niences which they have heretofore been "fi tbr--
ject to.
The U. S. Mail steamer Agne,; 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 We tern Iail" arrive
Monday, Wed4esdays and Fridays at 12.o'clock
A. M ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-'
days at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail'arrives
Tue-days, 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-
nesdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs
Tuesday, Wednesdays and Sundays at t; o'clock,
P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and
Thursday at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs 'DUesday-
and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M. I
The House and Furniture are entirely niews
the servants thoroughly drilled in their busine,
and all will use their Utmost endeavors'to makl
the time pass pleasantly tn the travellen
A. 6 MARSHALL*
Agent ,for the Proprietor.
Cbaattahoochee, March 17, 1846. 12-tf


O^T We are authorised to announce
B Col. JAMES J. PITTMAN, as a candidate for
s the office of Brigadier General, First Brigade,
r Florida Militia, at the ensuing election in April
n next. March 7.

JList of Letters
R DEMAINING in the Post Office at Apalach-
1\ ,cola, on the 1st April, 1846.
Appling, Maj J B Kinney, Jno
Austin, Jas Kelly, Edw
2 Alien, Jas Loge, Massanl
Angers, Thos C LeBaron, Chas & Son
Alien, Capt Geo Mustard, G F Capt
s Adams, John Mahoney, Jno
Blaisdell, Capt Jonath Merrill, Nathan Capt
2 Both, Henry Mustard, Sarah B
Baker, Milton S Merrill, Chas
Burges, Esq B McNaughton. Jno
Brainard, Capt W Moore, Wm R
Blult, Chas Mutchahay, James
Brunell. Henry H Moore, Wm L
Braley, Jasper W 3 Melvill, Benj S 2
Bearse, Oliver L Moody, Merritt
Brewster, Chas W McLean, Patrick
Bunce, Timothy D Malheney, Wm D
Brown & Duboys Mora, Ants
Butts, E P Marklham, Chas M
J Crokin & P McWade Miller, Jas
Carmack, Sam'l W Mclntosh, Jno
Churchill, Capt H McDermot, Doherty
Crowson, Willis Mixon, Wrni
Carmack, Stevens & McKnew, Z W 2
Baker Newell, Jno
Cowey, Little Berry Niel, Francis
Cavenaugh, Win B Orr, Chas H
Cary, A D Preble, Joseph 2
Carney, Barney Perkins, Russel W
Choat, Dan'l L Palum, Rich'd
Caraway, D B Peague, Nathaniel
Crockitt, Wm Patton, Jno
Cook, E, U S A Pleasants, Chas S
Corbett, Isaac J Powell. Robt W
Crockett, Ezekiel Peabody, Col Jas D
Cox, Capt Smith C Pratt, Capt Wm 2
Clerk of Circuit Court Robert, Dan'1
Chadbourne, Sam'l Richards, John G
Davis, J H Rodbird, Wm
Decatur, Jas Richison, Geo
Dyer, Daniel Robinson, Win W
Daniel, Elizabeth C Robnson, Wm
Delant, Martin Rusk & Co, H
Dominie, R A Redd, Dan'1
Dunham, James Ryan, Daniel
Daniel, Suborn Raney, Daniel
Daniel, Amariah Roderguiz, Felipi
Douglas,,T.homab Setzer, Isaac T 2
Elliot, B W Summerlin, Nadham
Foster, David Salter, Wm
Fortune, J R Snow, T M
Franklin, P J Schlntter, Jno
Freeman, Capt Benj 2 Summons, F M
Francis, Ferdinand Souper, DaVid
Fost, T G Sweet, JasL.
Gray, Bother) D Slder, Jno Tobias
Grantham, Theadore 3 Sands, Capt W
Gardner, Norton N S arr, Jas B
Grantham, C Stule, Ransom
Green, Capt D Smith, Capt J
Gerhard, Andrew Stockdale, Thomas
Grearson, Capt J Sullivan, P 0
Gawl, Fell Sprague, Lorenzo
Gray, Michael Savage, Wm
Grumby, R-bt M I Stephens, Mrs
Halv, Moses Taylor, Milton
Hubbard, Capt Terry, Thos A
Hopkins, Stephen A Tucker, Joel
Hall & Moses, Messrs Talman, W H
Hall, H Tay, Benj
Hasty, Jno D Tuder, Sarah
Haynes, Jno W Verge, Jno C
Holmes, Alien Willard, Capt John
Hedge, Milton P Whipple, Jame? K 2
Hart, Capt Jno Williamson. Garrit
Hafred, Wm B Wallace, Rich'd
Hoxie, J B Wade, Samuel L
Hill, Tobias Wilson, James
Hill, Jno W Walker, Jno
Haines, Jno W Wilson, Jas H
Hunter, Henry Watts, Capt L L 2
Haley, B Wilson, Chas
Holly, Miss S B Wood, Jno W
Hartson, Wm L Wright, Eben
Hodges, Sam K Wit'on, Sam'l
June, Daniel L Wall, Francis
Jones, Robert S 3 Waricker, Henry A
Jeter, W A Walker, Jno W
Jones, Henry Young, Philip R
{yj- Persons calling for any of the above let-
ters will please say they are advertised.
JOEPH S. MAY, P. M.


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BREAD, Navy,
Pilot,
COFFEE, ]I io,
Havana,
Java,
CANDLES, Sperm,
CORDAGE, Manilla,
Hemp,
Tarred,
CTDER, North-rn,
DOMESTIC GOODS-
Brown Shirtings,
Sheetings,
Tickings,
Cotonades,
Calico Prints,
Kentucky Jeans,
DUCK, Russia,
DYES, Logw'd, Campeachy,
St. Domingo,
Fu!tic,
Indigo,
FLOUR, Northern,
Western,
FISH, Cod,
Mackerel, No. 1,
,C No. 2,
"9 No. 3,
HERRING,
FRUIT, Almonds,
Raisins,
+Prunes,
Currants,
Figs, dr
Lemons,
FUR S, Otter,
FEATHER S,
GRAIN, Oats, b
Corn, b
GLASS,I
HAY,
HIDES, Green,
Dry', country,
[RON, Eng!ish,
Swedes,
Hoop,
Sheet,
Nail Rods,
Casting. American,
LUMBER--
Boards. White Pine,
6C Yellow "
Staves,
White Oak Heads,
4z Heading,
LEAD, Bar,
Sheet,
LIME,
IIOLASSES,
NAVAL STORES, Pitch,


For Sale.
_It A very Splendid two story DWEL
LING HOUSE, situated-in the most airy
and pleasant part of that delightful wao
trri, ilace, St. Jicsephs. The house is- built ini
the b,-st manner, wiih folding doors, three rooms
and a hall on a floor, Kitchen, Stable, Carriage
House and all necessary ouL-buildings in.-good
order.
The above will b3 sold very low as the present
owner intends leaving the country.
Persons wishi,-g to have a summer retreat,
where all the advantages of health, sea bathing,
fishi g and hu:iting are enjoyed in the greatest
pertectio,, will do well to apply somn to
march 10 WOOD & CO, 32 Water-st.


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Fine Liquors.
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perior lot of Liquors, contidsting of Signettj
Cognac and Pale Cognac BrhAdy, Holland Gin,
Port Wine, Maderia and L. P. Maderia Wihe,
Champagne Wine, &c. &c. for sale at importeei
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New Dfry Goods!
rpHE SUBSCRIBER having just received and
-.1 opened, his splendid stock of NEW DRY
GOODS, at his store adjoininig the Drug Estab-
lishment of J. C, Allen, respectfully invites the
public to call and examine for themselves.-
Among this new stock, are the following articles,,
viz:-
Calicoes, beautiful patterns and latest fashions;
Mousline deLaines and Fancy Ginghams;
Amiens, a rare and splendid article for Ladies'
Dresses;
Silk and Worsted Shawls;
Ladies" and Gentlemens' fine Worsted ani
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-shi-rts 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.


.,..... -, Proclamattion
S /" BY :THE GOVERNOR.
Y irthe of the provisions of an act tof the
General Assembly of this'State, erititled,
An Act to organize the Militia of the State -of
Florikla," approved December 27,, `S15, I, WIXLL-
aAM D. Mos-LY,, Governor of Florida, do hereby
-Prolai-im'that an Election will be hold on the
First .Monday in 4pril next, tor all the Division,
Brigade, and Regimental Officers of .the Militia
,of the Stale, as follows-:
For one Major General of ''the First Division. of
Ithe State, of Florida, compLoedI of -that part -of
1he State West of the Suwa, nnee -River, For one
Major General of .the Second Division of the,
State of Florida, compo.;ed of that part of the
,State East of the *Suwanee 'River, and known as
'East and South *Plorida.
, For one Brigadier General' for thefirst Brigade,
composed of the Militia 'west of the Apalachi-
-cola. or' one Brigadier General of the second
Brigadest composed of 'the: Militia east. of the
-Apalachicola and west of--the .Suwanee. ,For
-one Brigadier General of the third Brigade, com-
posed of the Militia of- the counties of Colum-
ia, Alachut, Levy, Marion, Benton and Hills-

"borough. For one Brigadier' 'General- of the
fourth Brigade, composed of the Militia of the
-counties of Nassau, Duval., St. Johns, Orange,
St. Lucie-, Dade and Monroe. .
For one Colonel, one Liedtenant Colonel, and
,one Major, for each *Regiment, as follows:
For the first Regimerit, composed of the Mili--
Iia of Escambia' and Santa Rosa counties.
For the second Regiment, composed of the Mi-
litia of Walton and %Va-shingtoh counties.
For the third Regimenw, composed of the Mili-
ttia of Franklin and Calhoun counties.
.For the fourth Regiment, composed of the Mi-
litia'of Jackson county.
For the fifth Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of Gadsden county.
For the sixth Reriment, composed of the Mi-
litia of Leon and W3kulla counties.
For the seventh Regin.nt, composed of the
Militia of Jefferson ruot.%
For the eighth Rezim-nt, composed of the
Militia of Midi son and Hamilton ci-,untripi.
For the ninth Regiment, composed of the Mi-
litia Of Columbia county'
For the tenth Regiment, composed of the Mi-
litia of Alachua, Levy and Marion Counties. "
For the eleventh Regiment, composed of the
Militia of Benton and Hillsborough counties.
For the twelfth Regiment, composed of the
Militia of Duval and Nassau counties.
For the thirteenth Regiment, composed of the
Militia of St. Johns, Orange and St. Lucie coun-
ties.
For the fourteenth Regiment, composed of the
Militia of Dade and Monroe counties.
And I do order that, said Election be held at
the precincts in the several counties, at which
the general elections bn the first Monday of Oc-
tober ,ast, were ordered to be held, and by the
Inspectors appointed to manage such elections,;
and if such Inspectors for any cause fail or refuse
to act, then by such Inspectors as the voters pre-
sent at such precincts may select. And I dc
further- order,. that the returns of said election
shall be made by the Inspectors thereof forthwith
after the election, and directly to the Governoi
and Commander-in-Chief of the Militia of this
State. And I do further order, that the Inspec-
tors of the various precincts shall set up, twenty
days before the election, in three or more public
places in their election district, notice of the
tima of holding the election hereby ordered.
Given under my hand at the city of Tallahas.
see, this 20th day of February, 1846.
W. D. MOSELEY,
Governor of--Florida, and Commander-in-Chie
tof the Militia thereof. .... Feb 28 9-te


NOTICE-After six month's publication of
this notice, I shall apply to the Judge of
Probate, for Franklin county, to be discharged
from the administration of the estate of Oliver
C. Raymond,'late of said county, deceased.
BEN. F. NOURSE,
March 28, 1846. Adm'r. de bonis non.


AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 16, 1846.
Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Alphonse Loubat, f
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 fore-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James -close mort-
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 Brown.
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 Commercial 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 aud 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


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


Tarrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
in a few days-no confine-
ment or restriction in diet,
Iis 1 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:
I that a combination of sim-
ilar remedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable effect, than any equiva-
lent dose of avy single one.' In many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely applica,
tion. For sale by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


NOTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Probate Court of Franklin County,
for a final discharge from the administration and
office of executor of the estate of David Rich-
ardson, deceased.


E. B. WHITMARSH.
8-6m


Feb 21, 1846.


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


N OTICE--The undersigned having recently
qualified as administrator on the estate of
Henry Josey, late of Jackson county deceased,


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


Franklin County.
FIRST DISTRICT JUSTICE'S COURT.,
A. G. Semmes, )
vs. Attachment.
Aaron B. Marvin.)
THE defendant is notified of the institution of
31 the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable
to the April term of said Court.
A. G. SEMMES.
March 18, 1846. 12-3m


NOTICE-The undersigned having recently
qualified as administrator on the estate of
Carey W. Josey, late of Jackson county deceased,
requests all persons who are indebted to said es-
tate to come forward and make immediate pay-
ment; and those to whom said estate is indebted
to present their claims within the time prescribed
by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT,
Marianna, Nov. 4,1845. [6m] Adm'r.
N OTICE.-Six months after date, I will ap--
ply to the Probate Court of Franklin coun-
ty for a final discharge from the administration of
the estate of Joseph C. Burdsall.
ELLWOOD BURDSALL.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1, 1845.


N, SEYMOUR.
5. 6m


Apalachicola, Oct. 25, 1845.


Dry Goods.
T HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen 2nd Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting.and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.,
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted 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.


Found at Last--A Sure Cure fort
the Piles.
P HYSICIANS and Chemists have long been
anxious to discover a medicine that would
cure one of the most troublesome diseases, the
Piles. Success has at last been the result. Dr.
JACKSON'S PILE EMBROCATION not only stops
all bleeding, allays pain and inflammation, sub-
dues that intolerable itching, but effectuaLly cures,
like a charm, and in a very short time, persons
whose lives have been rendered miserable for
years. For sale by J C ALLEN,
Sole Agent for Apalachicola.
March 28, 1846. 13-4m




ACOUSTIC OIL!
ii f THE ONlTHW CURE FOR
,.DEAFNESS.

FOR the cure of DEAFNESS, Pains, and the
discharges of matter from the Ears. Also,
all those disagreeable n,,ises like the buzzing of
insects, falling (f water, whizzing of steam, &c.
&c., which are symptoms of aproaching deaf-
ness, and also generally attendant with the dis-
ease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten,
fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to
use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two
bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made
perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeous highly
recommended its use. For sale by
J C ALLEN, Sole Agent
March 28 13-4m for Apalachicola.


Western Circuit of the State of
Florida.
IN FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT.
Henry D. Darden, Assumpsit by attachment.
Plaintiff. Suto demanded,
vs. $11,589 12.
Daniel McDougald, Bond filed in $24,000.
Defendant.J
T HE defendant and all others interested will
_L take notice that this suit was commenced
by attachment issued 15th Marcfi, 1845, from
Franklin Superior Court in the Apalachicola
District of the Territory of Florida, returnable
to May Term, 1845, of said Court-that the said
writ hath by operation of law, been transferred to
Franklin Circuit Court in the Western Circuit of
the State of Florida, that a declaration hath been
filed in said. cause by leave of the Court at the
present Fall Term, 1845, and that the defendant
is hereby notified that he is required to appear
and plead to the declaration filed in said case ac-
cording to law. W. G. M. DAVIS,
THOMAS H. HAGNER,
Attorneys of Plaintiff.
Dated Dec. 19, 1845. 51-3in


State Tax Collector's Sale.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six
months after date I will expose to sale at
public outcry, opposite the Court House door,
in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin,
the following Lots, lying and being in said City,
as the property of the following persons, for
Taxes due said State for the year 1845, as per
plan of City.
Lots. \Blocksl Owners. \ Taxes.
2 40 Campbell, $ 20
9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 60
18 H2 R. McKenzie, 30
7 and 12 B1 Wm. Mathers or assigns 2 95
4 28 Dr. Meacham, 40
1 J H. N. Morris, 80
4 14 David Seldon, 55
6 and '7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60
2 22 Chittenden's Estate, 30
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
and ex-Officio State Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 1846. 4-6m
BEING about to close their present business,
the subscribers now offer for sale their large
and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, &c., at greatly reduced prices for
cash only.
COATS:
Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coats;
Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do.
Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do.
Tweed cassimere sack and fi'ock do.
Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do.
PANTS :
Blue and bl'k cloth Pants;
Super bl'k doe skin cass. Pants;
Plain stripe and fig'd do. do;
Sattinett and Tweed do. do;
Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do;
VESTS:
Plain black satin Vests;
Fig'd do. do. do;
Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests;
-ALSO-
White linen and muslin shirts;
Figured do. do. do.
Merino shirts and drawers;
Silk and cotton shirts and drawers;
Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats,
and Scarfs;
Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton j Hose;
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and
Caps; also, a very large assortment of Boots
and Shoes, &c. MILLER & Co.


Drugs, BMedicines, &c.
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
cines, &c. consisting in part of the follow-
ing articles :-50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and hf
pt-; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil;
40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbls Copperas; 10 lbs
Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London Mustard; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup ;
10 kegs Pearlash; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel; 20 doz Spts
Turpentine, and a general assortment of all arti-
cles in the Drug line, for Country Merchants,
Planters and Physicians. For sale by
March I H. F. ABELL.


Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading,
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


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


Iron, Nails,, &c.
TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
0,. 100 keg-: Nails, do.
4 casks ,V'ding Hoes, assorted qualities,
20 Blacksmitli Steel Faced Anvils,
20 English and American Vises,
20 ". : Bellows,
12 dozen'Spades ard Sliovelsi,
10 .Colin's Axes,.
10 bxs Co:,tton atid Woolen Cards,
1 case R,:,%% land's Cast Steel Mill Saws,
1000 lbs Cast ind German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29', 41 Water street.


G IBSON & CLAPP, 22 Water street, have
this day received per schr Helen, from New
Orleans and offer for sale
200 galls Linseed Oil; 200 lbs Putty;
100 -, Refined Sperm Oil;
50 boxes:'Glass assorted sizes;
20 doz bokes Fancy Toilet Soap;
150 Ibs Tremont Starch;
50 kegs No. 1 White Lead;
1-0 Paris Green; 10 do Chrome do;
10 Chrome Yellow;
100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. feb28 9


Cabinet Work Shop.
S"I'ITHE subscriber is now in readiness
to manufacture new, or repair old,
Furniture, with promptness and de-
spatch, and solicits the patronage of his old (pay.
ing) customers, and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new ones.
PETER HOBART.
03- Shop in third story of Brick Building, cor-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.


PAINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White
Lead; 200 galls. Winter Lamp Oil; 300 galls
Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass; 500 lbs Put.
ty ; 100 assorted Paint Brushes Black Lead,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


Per Brig Metamora.
JUST arrived a beautilW assortment of Gents.
Goods, suitable for the season, among which
may be found-
French Linen check and Sack Coats%
Do do do D'Orsay do,
Union Plaid Linen Hunting and Frock Coats
Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pants,
Union Plaid "S "
P l a i n W h i t e 9 ... .
Kremlin, fancy and striped Cottonade Pans,
White, Linen bosom, and fancy cgopd Shirts,
Super striped Caulbrick .t6
Palmleaf, Leghorn, Panama, Florence and Cana-
da Straw Hats,
Super Calf Boots, Brogans and low-quar. Shoes,
Buckskin, Cloth, Prunella and Goatskin Gaiters,
Leather Pumps, Velvet and Mo Slippers, and
many other Goods-all cheap.
March 28 F. KOPMAN.


Thos. Clark,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
gt CONTINUES to carry on this busi-
I I ness in Apalachicola, two doors below
t,.L 1the City Hotelet on Centre street.-
at Having superior workmen, he is con-
fident, that all who may patronize him will find
they have called at the right shop. French Calf
Skin and Morocco Boots, or Shoes, made to order,
of the latest fashion and most approved style.
All mending, &c., done with neatness and promp-
titude, and on terms that cannot fail to be re-
cognised as in keeping with the competition in
trade and the closeness of the times.
jan17 3-6t


*Removal.
M ILLER & CO. have removed their stock of
Dry G.;:,,.,. Cl,-lin.-', &c., from the corner
oC Water a id Chest-ir, n tr :-ts to the store on
Water street, formerly occupied by S. B. Hamil-
ton, where they will constantly keep on band a
large assortment of READY MADE CLOTH-
ING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c. &c.
Oct. 25,.1845. 43-tf


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


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


For Sale.
61A F1 TNS best- Dairv Buntter~h, better known


-For Sale.
2y 0 FIRKINS best Dairy Butter, better know
as ,1 Latham's Butter." Apply -to
Feb 21, NOURSE, STONE & Co.


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


On Consignment'.
T HE subscriber has just received from the
manu facturers and publishers a beautiful lot
,of Paper Hangings, Foolscap and Letter Paper,
Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer
Books, etc., which he offers very low.
Feb 7 F. KOPMAN.


Twenty Dollars Reward.
FOR the apprehension of the boy HENRY,
who absented himself from this city, on Sat-
urday last, without leave. He is about 50 years
old, six feet high, bullet-headed, and bald on top
of his head, with an ancient cut over the left eye,
which, with an impediment in his speech, gives
him, when he attempts to speak, a curious ex.
pression, worthy the study of a Lavater. The
above reward will be given for his apprehension
and delivery in this place, and all reasonable ex-
penses paid. JOHN JENKINS.
Apalachicola, Jan 17, 1846. 3-tf
lTalta Nankeen Cotton Seed for
Sale.
I HAVE a few hundred bushels of Yellow
Nankeen Cotton Seed for sale at two dollars
-per bushel. This Seed is the growth of seed
imported last year from the island of Malta, in
the Mediteranean sea, and were raised and ginned
on a plantation where no other Cotton grew.
The Seed is therefore genuine. Samples of the
Cotton can be seen atthe office of Messrs. McKay
& Hartshorne at Apalachicola, and which are of
a superior quality.
The Seed can be forwarded by steamboat to
A:palachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate
landing.
REUBEN C. SHORTER, Sr.

Eufaula, Ala., January,27, 1846. 5-8w


To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE.
T HE subscribers have opened a new TYPE
FoUNDRY in the City of New York, where
they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for
any kind of job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases,
Galleys, Brass Rule, Steel Column do. Compos-
ing Sticks, Chases, and every article necessary
for a Printing Office.
The Type, which are cast in new moulds, from
an entirely new set of matrixes with deep coun-
ters, are warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and
will be sold at prices to suit the times.
Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam
Engines of the most approved patterns.
Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
A Machinist constantly in attendance to repair
Presses and do light work.
Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three
times as much type as their bills amount to, may
give the above six months' insertion in their pa-
pers, and send their papers containing it to the
subscribers.
COCKROFT & OVEREND, 68-Ann st.
New York, Aug. 6, 1845. 1 34-6m


Spring Goods.
UST arrived per brig Metamora-
Rich Fancy Prints-English and Americano,
New style and very superior Ginghams,
China Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses,
Ladies' Fancy Dresses, in pattern,
8-10 and 12-4 Musquito Lace Netting-double"
and single.
50 pcs plaid and white corded do do. .
Ladies' fancy Sun Shades and Parasols,
Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,
Figured Muslins, Balzarines and other styles of
Goods, for Spring Dresses.
Ladies' Kid Walking Shoes, Buskins and Gaitersi,
Do black and colored Kid Slippers and Ties,
Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and Dunstabhir
S.raw Bonnetts,
Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jacko.net
Muslins,
Besides many other articles which the subscriber
intends to sell very low.
March 28 F. KOPMAN:.


George S. Hawkins,
Seog e s Attachment, Franklin
A..Semmes, C Circuit Court, Damages

John T.VSmith. j 00.
THE defendant is hereby notified of the insti-
tution of the above suit by attachment; re-
turnable to the Spring Term, 1846, of said Court,
at which time he is required to appear and plead.
A. G. SEMMES, Aty for plff.
Jan. 2, 1846. 1-tf


Sugar.
5HHDS New, Orleans, of superior quality,
;for, sale by
feb28 9 NOURSE, STONE & CO.


Bacon.
JUST landed, per schr Ashland, from New
Orleans, a consignment of very superior Cin-
cinnati cured Bacon, in hhds, for sale by
feb28 9 C. ROGERS & CO.


For Sale.
2ff\ BBLS MESS PORK; 20 1 bbls No. 1
J Mackerel; 20 b bls No 2 Mackerel; 10
i bbls Fulton Market Beef, for sale by
DODGE & PRATT,
feb28 9 ..40 Water street.


On Consignment,
-1]00r\ BOXES New Bedford Sperm Candles,
ltU tbfor sale low for Cash, by
WM. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.


Goods Cheap for Cash.
HE subscriber being desirous of disposing ot
his stock of Winter Goods, which is large
and beautiful, as an additional inducement to his
customers that of selling them off at cost and
charges, and as an evidence of gratitude for the
favors heretofore received from his friends and
the public, he now gives them an opportunity of
getting bargains, such as they can seldom meet
with in this country. Merchants from the in-
terior would do well to call and examine the
stock which is now offered as above.
FRANCIS KOPMAN.
N. B. I would again request those knowing
their indebtedness to call and settle up without
the necessity of notifying them further.
Feb 7 F. K.
Boots and Shoes.
MBOYS' and Men's Russet Brogans,
Men's sew'd and peg d Kip Brogans,
Gents fine Calf Brogans,
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes,
Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots,
Gentlemen'scoarse and fine Calf Boots,
A large and extensive assortment, just received,
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


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


Garden Seeds. .
AXTARRANTED fresh, just received and for
v sale by J. C. ALLEN,
Jan. 24 Druggist.


Bagging and Rope.
K7Wt[- PIECES heavy Clifton Kentucky Bag-
50 0_X going; 500 coils good Kentucky Rope.
Also, 150 boxes Tobacco various brands, for sale
by LOCKHART & YOUNG.
Feb,28, 9


Goods on Consignment.
A SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting o
Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco,
Gunpowder, Brandy, &c., is offered at New
York Invoice prices, by
I jan3t 5 NOURSE, STONE & CO.


Paints, Oils, and Glass.
GIBSON & CLAtPP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils Varnishes, Turpentine, Window
Glass, &c.,
Will keep constantly on hand a good assort,
ment of MIXED PAINTS of All colors, for Steam
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together w(h ..,
a variety of articles in the painting lfiie too nu.-,
merous to mention. ." ,
House, Sign, and Steam Boat ,Painting, nif
Glazing, done with neatness and, despatch,, af
moderate prices, for cash. .
22 Water-street, Apalachicola.;


To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE.
T HE subscribers have opened a new Type
Foundry in the city of New York, where
they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for
any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases,
Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, ne-
cessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand
materials.
The Type which are cut in imitation of tlhe
English letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an
entirely new. set of Matrixes with deep counters,
are warranted to be unsuipassed by any, and will
be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished
by us is "hand cast." The types from any foun-
dry can be matched at this establishment.
Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Engines
of the most approved patterns.
Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
COCKROFT & OVEREND,
Dec. 13, 1845. ly 68 Ann-st., New-York.


For Sale.
0 fBOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20,
2 J0 30 do Tin do 1-3 K,
50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20,
Braziers' and Sheething Copper,
Block Tin, Lead, Iron and Tin'd Bivets,
Bck-tr. Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron,
Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and re-
tail, by
Nov 1 ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.


oil Cloths and Carpets.
1 PCS Oil Cloth, 1, 2 and 3 yards wide,
18 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting,
3 Cotton "
2 Straw "
6 Cotton Drugget, 4, 6 and 8 qrs. wide.
For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


"Sans Souci,"
RESTAURANT, BILLIARD AND READING
ROOM,
Corner Commerce and Centre Streets.

BY R. E. RAIMOND.

OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed,
Pickled and in the Shell.
WELSH RAREBITTS
POACHED EGGS,
BIRD SUPPERS.
G{j- Private Supper Rooms.
HOT LUNCH every day from 11 to 1.
Families and visitors supplied with Oysters by
the barrel or gallon. March 1.4
S PECIE-For sale in sums to suit purchasers,
bby D. B. WOOD & Co.
January 10, 1846.


0 HHDS. St. Croix Sugar,
20 do. New Orleans Sugar, to arrive,
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java,
4 cases Hyson Tea,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco,
50 Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby's,
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap,
100,bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder,
2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil,
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


-1Iron, Nails# &c<:
HE subscribers have on- hand. and fori. alj,
wholesale and retail, low for Oash--;-
20 tons assorted Iron f 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, Hardwarej
Britannia and Jappand Wares, 'Bras$ Andironr
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs, ...
Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boxes,
Marlin Spnn Yarn, Manilla and-1emp Ctor'dagef
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, CoalTar, Rosin,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,
Paints and Brushes, Rigging and Pump Leathery
Matts, Pumps and Buckets,
Tin and Sheet Iron. Ware.
March 14 ROBERTS) ALLEN &*, PO.


On Consignment.
QA"[ CASKS superior Rice, now landing from
20Jbrig Tybee, and for sale by
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


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


; Fla vour'ing N V-tfer.
I. N- assortment jUst received, and for sale by
Nov 29 J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist.


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


BiURLAPS.-1500 yards, suitable for corn 6r
.L groundpeas, for sale low by
Dec 6 J. DAY &, Co.


Salt.
2 6 50 SACKS Liverpool Salt, afloat, car-
2 6 5 O go of British bark Cumberland, for
sale by [March 7] J. DAY & Co.


0 COILS oF KENTUCKY ROPE; 500 lbs
Ov: superior B ""'; Twine, for sale by
MY1I'ERS & MITCHEL,


Pork & Beef.
4 BBLS. Mess and Prime Pork; 30 bbls.
t Mess and Prime Beef, for sale by
Marc I J. DAY & Co.


KENT'S black, blue an d red Ink. Also, co{
ing Ink, for sale by
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN.
BAGGING-200 rolls, for sale by
march14 D. B, WOOD & CO.


MIolasses.
0r\ BBLS. N. 0. Molasses, for sale by
el. March 7.,.. J. DAY & Co


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


For Sale
' HHDS. New Orleans Sugar, by
25 0 MYERS &"MITCHEL,
Nov 15, 36 Water st.


CcEDAR wanted by
W march14


D. B. WOOD & CO.


_I__


I


Drugs and ledcinel .,
It THE subscriber has, and., wi1.
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-
GCINES, which be wHI warrant -puti
and of the best quality, Country
Merchants and Planters will .fid it
to their advantage to call, examine and pricefhi
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician' prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of the dav or night,
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts.
Balsam of LtrerWort.
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 LIVEnWORT, which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan ofhtatiienrt-
now espoused by several eminent physicians, i,i
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, havi.
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proof
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible; and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific wittioul
delay. "Franklin says a small teak will sink a.
big ship." Therefore, cure your boughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. 'ALLEN, Sole Agent for
-- Apalachicola'
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLOR's
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other iS
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it iAt
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21, 1846. 12-4y
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
HEALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced.
by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT. '*
This preparation is universally allowed to bd
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, HeartLurn, habitual Costiveness, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article i it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is .unusually convenient-. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; I hey will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


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OR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil-
- ious and nervous Headache, Constipation,
iarrahoea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
ncy, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


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EM aBROCAION


Bagging and Rope. /
100 PCS. Kentucky Baggig
10 0 100 coils Rope'; 30 pcs Hessians,
4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


__1 _III ~sU


:X Flour and Corn.
6)f\ BBLS Western-Flour and 75 sacks Cor
20 for sale by
NOURSE, STONE & CO,
feb28 9 46 Water street.
'Lime-Afloat.
5,00 CASKS Thomaston, for sale by
Jan 24 D. B. WOOD & Co.


Jan. 10, 1845. ...


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'dDec. 17,1845. 36 Water st.
._RECEIVED per ship Huron, from Havre, a
few pair of French Boots, made by the cel-
brated Hurter.
March 7 MILLER & Co.


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I Cctnnerce __Apalachicola Fa. Hou e. Nov S. If not, seek! support from the Being that made thee, .,
-[ But mourn not as without solace, my friend. deck, and, as is usual after a drink, our I'll be there, of course," said I, and 9
II.: D. Dardcii
Three Dollars prr nnum, Dr. A. W. Chapman, Though thy sky be now dark, there is hcpe for tongues commenced. to. New- o'clock found me dressed and on my way
JCIlII'TIOS- (t .payment i is ielayed No. 2 Columbus Buildings, (Xh: Office over the Drug Stcre of< B. S. Hawley, to-morrow, "
1Irariablf i itadrance.subscription year, FIVE: DOL- Dec. 20, 1845. Analachicola. Fa. (entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the A sunlight to com, which the morn may restore; Orleans, 'spose, says the gentleman in to the place of rendezvous. Having joinedhim
ti1 the end of the house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. Then cheer! bid thy soul spring immortal oVr black. "To New-Orleans," said I. Fine at the bar-roombefore mentioned, (ho

LLS will' be dem3nded. less term ttan: !six Joel 'V. Perry, January 10, 1S4G. 2-tf Thou sorrow friend if thou place ?" You both I to have a for that
lubscription ftovariablr be charged for RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND hast one at least cant not Very. presume, appeared liking place,)
So
ths-and S- 11/ will be discontinue until COMMISSION: MERCHANT, J. B. Brown, find more. go there," said I. "I go for the first time," we set off for the ball. In passing the Post

:.jU pcnod. No are p4ld.part unless at the option .f the Dec 20 No. 42 Water Apalachicola street, Fa. ATTORNEY AT LAW, X r'er fancy thine own disappointments are greater said the gent in black ; my friend Joe, Office, 1 dropped my letter in to the old
in irrearaes practice in the District Courts of the Than theirs who seem RIGHT hatsoeverthey do
I jrapWj.jttjjTs.. : .-:One square(twel ve line J. II.: & J. 31. Hull, WILL States, and the State Courts of the Misfortune finds all either sooner or later; ; leaves us at Natchez ; be has an utter horror man,' stating my safe arrival, good health,
riCU\U51y\ irserted at the follevmg Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western Life'mournErS are many-the mirthful are few. towards New-Orleans, for which he assigns &c., and the death of Mr. Smith. Arrivedat
'leti co FACTORS &. COIlIISSIOl71ERCHAN'TS:\
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13;t Circuit. Then vex not thy spirit with fears and surmises,
Irate1: 00Oa Oiemonth..... S! 50 No. 43 Water street, Office in Tallahassee. But wrestle with care and thy firmness restore; noreas on;at all events.he never has told me." the ball, my friend introduced me to an

fear.., $HO.7 oo) Three! weeks! ,. ....2 00 Nov. 1, 1345. APALACHICOLA, FA. January 1U, 1S45. 2-3m Theresa tar for thee yet, and,till brightly it rises, At this the gentleman in white sighed, and acquaintance of his, and begged me to excuse -
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3imth3' weeks 1 50 ----- ---
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Ii. E. Owens find more. i calling out to the bar-keeper he ordered him. 'Which way ? said !
Tre3t.4 00 David G. Raiicy, ,
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.. eTtSme0ts!. bavin; the number of in er- 'X\nnSSIO: FOR\VARDI MERCHANT: ATTORNEY AT LAW WE SHALL BE HAPPY YET. glasses for three.' Now, gentlemen! set I am not going in. said be, can't go in-

prtiCribed' by law, are subject to exception AND DEALER IN GOODS, NEWTONDale County, Ala. down, and I will tell you why I don't like. feel bad-couldn't dance-ain't dressed; and

110M from the above aJ\"ertise rates. by the year a liberal dis- Nov ;5. ly No. 43 Water street.Apalachicola Fa. January 10, 1546. 2-tf Fear not, beloved BY MF.S.though JAMES; : clouds GEAY. may lower the place, and if they are not sufficient, then, besides, 1 have no ticket.' Oh if that'sall

Totho3t will wh3 be made; but all adrcrtisempnts: not REMOVAL. Whilst rainbow visions melt away, blast me, if I don't go there with you." rather than lose your company I'll present

Sncflr OU1t! pertiinin* to.their own business, asSail Francis Kopiuaii, '\v. G. 1'!. Davis, Faith's That may holy the star deepest has still midnight a power sway. A few years ago," he uttered, in a rather you with a ticket. Thank you,'

1 kal 1 advertisements the usual: rates.sent in by them, SHOES WHOLESALE,DRY GOODS' AND CLOTHING RETAIL DEALER, HATS IV &c. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fear not I take a prophet's tone, I gutteral tone, "I took it into my head that said he, 'and since I come to think of if.
SSbs charged at Our love can neither wane nor set I
Office in ;
.JL nur be addrr-;; d to either the edi- Ceapfor Cash, the(::::Mansion; House.Flo\d's: new Building Dec opposite My heart grows strong in trust-Mine Own, New-Orleans was the place for me ; our there will be a lady there to whom I wish
.tt' 13, IS.1 15.:;
be rosr A1D to insure octl Chestn'it.StreetApalachicola, Fla.. We shall be happy yet!
aad nlUsl rather
ilti "'onrietiTN neighborhood was small, and no field particularly to introduce you ; a charming

IfDtlOtt. mmm iLmm* m nrn J. C. Allen, A. G. Seiiimcs, What! though Ions anxious years have passed, for an enterprising young man. I broke the creature; loan me the five, (I'll hand it i to
----- Wholesale and Retail> ater :in ATTORNEY AT LAW. Since this true heait was vowed to thine,
jju3fnw.9 Direttori }..). DRUGS, )MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, CJ-: Office, '\".). 2 Capt. Simmon's Building, Ther-i conies, for us, a light 1t last matter to my father ; be consented, and my you in the morning.) and I'll be dressed

-- --',----_---_-- GLASS, BRUSHES fire., &c. cor. of Centre & Commerce streets. Whose beam upon our path shall shine. mother-like a good mother-seconded my and back in a twinkTmj !' Just at this
also, We who have loved 'midst doubts and fears:
I\i f Nourse. H. B : toue, H. W.Brooks. Jl general assortment of nov3 ---Apalachicoh.- Fla. Yet nn!:. with one hour's regret, father. The day came, acd we parted ; tears moment the fiddle struck up, and I was

Bourse, Stone & Co., BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY: &c., &c. J. Law, There cornea a joy to gild cur teats- flowed copiously on both sides-my sister anxious to go in ; having nothing less thana
:MERCHANTS, cor. of Centre &: Commerce streets, ATTORNEY AT LAW We shall be happy yet.
COMMISSION nov; Apalachicola: Fla. thought I would certainly die with the yellow twenty, I handed it to him. 'Now, old.
S). 15 Water street, Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga. Ay by the wandering birds, that findA .
fever the first and that it he I'll be back
n."l" Apalachicola, Fla. P. hobart, CC1- Will attend punctually the Superior Courts ; home beyond the mountain wave, summer, wasa fellow, said immediately,
MANUFACTURER AND I DEALER IN of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of Though; many: a wave and storm combined vicious place, any how, because Mr.STil- if not sooner; just go in with Mr.he'll -;

Bcnjunin Salter, CABINET FURNITURE. the South Western, and of the county of Thomasof To bow them to that an bn ocean grave-rise son's son! had had the palate of his mouthcut show you 'round till I come ;' and
MERCHANT, By summer suns ;hily
COMMNlON Oc;:>- No. 41 Water btreet-Up :stairs, the Southern Circuit.
>?. 4.J Water strctt-Up stairsD novlG Apalachicold Fla. rnay-3 Though; first: in mournful tears they set, out to learn French, and had, as a consequence away he went for his ticket. That teal the
John Bilbo By all Luve's hopeful prophecies,
.c-1,1 b**'. ,A-uUchicul!; Fla.jgE1.tR Lockhart V Young, We shall be happy yet! completely lost his voice; besideshe last I err sdic of him!
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: P.\\. 1 DA.MI.I. J. DAY I I COMMISSION and FORWARDINGMERCHANT ALBANY, GA. had not been there no time before he With my new acquaintance I entered the

J. Day A' Co., S, WILL practice in the several Court of the !jcrllanCJ1UJ. had! caught the yellow fever and small pox ball room. My stars! what a magnificentsight
No. 33 Water street, _-_ _-- ---- --------- -- -- ---- --
COMMISSION\ : MERCHANTS i nov30 Apalachicola\ Fla. Stewait counties Western Circuit, and Thomas and [ORIGINAL.----] and like to have died, without any body How brilliant and light it was and

:\0.:52 \\-o1t.'r street, knowing he was sick. My uncle thought of On each side
Ajulachicola Fa. \\1>1. W. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVER. Au;;. 5, li'io. 31-tfAd'aiices. A FIRST VISIT TO NEW-ORLEANS. what a lot pretty women
Irc6 ------- BV SAM B-. I that it was the greatest place in the world were large mirrors, that reflected a double
*' Insurance Co.: Sims iV Checvcr
the ? ,
A1n.\ \-P:1t: :* tor tu.i; ,
rhf"ft, i'frtifi'f.on: liisirAoctf ('o." and the Hurt- COMMISSION: : :MERCHANTS} In August, 1844, I was in Cairo-yes, for a young man of my abilities-had no flood of light, and between each mirror wasa

fnri-!ltKJui; --Co.' llar'forl Conn.L ( 3- Oliice: No. G Columbus Buildings, THE Subscribers consiAed. continue to their to friends mak advances at Liverpool on- reader, in Cairo-not the grand Cairo of the idea tut what in a few years I would be the niche, in front of which were suspendedrich

... Fred. E.FACTOR Du.ras. decl4 Apalachicola, Fla. Havre,New York and Boston, East, but little Cairo in the \Vest, at the first man in the town, for he was well acquainted damask curtains bordered with golden

M AND Ell CHANT.No. COMMISSION: : :, Cooke & Home, Dec 5 D. B. WOOD 29 Water& street.Co. mouth of the Ohio. Cairo is its legitimatename with a young mall that went to fringe and capped above with various gold .

-J Columbus m'JI'k, COMMISSION: :MERCHANTS, but who laid it off and named it is New Orleans, and hadn't been there but a burnished ornaments. Near the middle of

: :D..d.-._ -1"- l'-:>.---- AiMln'hicula-- Fa. No. 13 New-Orleans., St. Charles Street, Advances Cash Advances to New made Orleans.on comign- more than I can tell. Cairo of theVest short time before he got to be a captain andan the loom, on the right side, somewhat ele-

Harper A: Holmes, A:' Dr.rW S. COOM: AMOS Ho!IN. LIBERAL Cotton or other produce to New cannot boast of any gigantic relic of bygone actor, and was one of the most useful vated, was a box in which a dozen musicians -

COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, feb S. Orleans. J. DAY & Co.Dee days, as Cairo of the East can ; it has neither: men on the boards; but owing to some sat, and discoursed most delicious
aLec 6 52 Water
st.
.-1rnt. tOY f' Ja.s. F. Farrior, Advances. column, (:castle mummy, or needle ; nor cause, which might not happen again soon, music while in front was an animated spectacle

SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY: GENERAL 1 RECEIVING. FORWARDING fc undersigned will make liberal advances have they ever exhumed vases, and tablets could not make much money. It is not so some in the giddy waltz and others
CO DIIS MERCHANT: :
ftp Ciyo.f.Vee' }-ork' No. 9 Columbus Block. THE Cotton cOl"inl'd! : to his: Iriends in New covered with hieroglyphics, to decipher now, continued he, for if you don't occupy engaged iu the more steady cotilion. I fell
:
't.j1Vate
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';,y 1, ISli. Aiuhchioola\ F. _no\: !) Apal 1cllicola. Fla. York, Boston and Providence.WM.. T. .\rOOD0 which. have addled the brains: of half' the I a high position in New-Orleans, why you in with a beautiful creature ; a brunette with

Eilward- McIIy- 1'\ J. S.-\ t'ORD. M. M. BUTT. :\' \' 29 42 Water street. s.ivans of Europe : it nevertheless can boast I can just as easy go to Texas and a fortune large, lustrous black eyes ; a wicked pair of

COMMISSION: MEHCJHVr! AV" !) DEALFH: Sanford cV Butt, Advances. --- of some as gigantic projections and failures is ready for you without any trouble." eyes, for they set me on fire "immediately.
COM: M 11 ISSION :MERC HANTS.
IN'DilV: GO-JUS A"\1!) iciIuEs J : No. 30 Wattr Street, THE subscribers countinue, a* herttorore: to as any other place of which I have heard.I Here he took a sip, and clearing his We waltzed and danced together repeatedly. -
No. 9 Coljnbuj; CJock( liberal advances Cotton
decl Apalachicola Fla. on consigned; I \ travelling down the Ohio river, throat, continuel- I could not keep from her; if I left fora
N"(, 'M Apalachicnla! Fa. -- to the address uf their triends in Liverpool, New
Avery A; Jones, York or Boston. C. ROGERS & Co. which was at this time very low-lower At last we landed hi New-Orleans; with moment. the silvery tones of her fine voice

Win. G. Porter fc Co. GROCERS 5s; COMMISSION: Oct. 25; 47 Water street. than "the oldest inhabitant" had 'hearn'tell the other passengers I went ashore, and seemed to follow me, and incessantly rangin
DEVLCRS: IN: CrIJnXIJ COMMISSIONMERCHANTS. ::: Xo. :31 Water street.
Dec 13. .Apalachicola Fa. ExchauJe. -and it was vith the greatest difficulty stopped at a very fine tavern, or'hotel as my ears. I left her for a little while to
at New York for sale
on ,
sight
by
No. Jl Water :Street. W. A. & P. C. Kain, CHECKS ISAAC: WRIGHT, i that we had got to this delightful spot, they call them there. I started out to see order some ice-cream and cakes, and soon

_Nor 23. ___ .Apalaohicola:_ C 0 :\11: ISSI 0 N MERC HANTS, Feb 7. C-lm :3 Columbus block. having bill for hours during the voyage on the sights ; I saw many beautiful buildings. returned with a waiter loaded with all the

Win. '1'. Wood, Office, No. 4 Columbus: Buildings, Exchange.riPHE every sand bar between Pittsbur; and I had not been out long though before I luxuries 'the market afforded which

COMMISSION MERCHANT, ___:\0... I. IS43. Apalachicola; Fa.Vm. .. subscribers as Agents for the Bank of Cairo. I was bound! for New-Orleans, anil was jostled to death by the passers by who she partook with becoming delicacy,.. bestowing ...

No.12: Water street, \ II. Kunbroush, H. B. Kimbrough. JL Brunswick,are prepared to purchase bills on rushed like mad While '
the steamboat had left me at this point to along men. lookingat upon: me, while she did so, smiles
Nv29. AH1o\' !licfta. Fa.DODOS. : New York, Boston, Providence Philadelphia: or
: \ "III. II. Kiinl li & Co.
>roii:: Charleston, and check on New York in sums tu pursue her ''winding way" to St. Louis. a figure up in the porch of a very large that I valued beyond the wealth of Potosi.It .
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
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.IDtB.f CHARLES PR.rr.Dode
MERCHANTS.Office I ;. suit purchasers. For several days I waited with the greatest building, a fellow came pop against me, was a pleasure I had never before expe
Nov 25 WM.\ G. PORTER
& Pratt, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs, ----& Co. impatience to get off, for many reasons ; knocked me half round, and my Bebee & rienced-the smile of that beautiful woman,
SIUtI. G fc C ntnS5IOXIECILXTS.: Fla.
Apalachicola,
LUMBER\ INSPECTOR.-i'1eunjrjytl one of which was that I had the fever and Costar went splash into the gutter. He saw with whom my soul was now completely
Xi). 40 Water Street, (!:/- Liberal advances on cotton consigned; to : been appointed Lupector of Lumber
Nov\ .+1 Apohchicola their friends in New York, Boston; Liverpool l or for Franklin County, oilers IAS services to the ague, and had no medicine ; another that what he had done, and expecting I'd thrash enwrapped."A .

-__ ?__!_JJ_ ? _?___ j_- -r I I I I ,! Havre.- Nov. I 1,1513.; pubhc in that capacity! and will attend to all what: little blood I had left in my veins was I him, he begged my pardon. Says I, 'if few minutes after she had partakeb

:McKay &V Ilnrtsliome, I Thomas Preston, duties appertaining said appointment. He may being sucked out, day and night, by a horde you will tell me what man that is,' pointing I of the refreshments, to my great consterna-
COMMISSION: I :\1-;; !R C IIANTS. be found at 22 Water itreet.
X.>. 40 Water street, COMMISSION: : FORWARDING March 25 JAMES GIBSON. of ravenous gallinippers. I complained( to to the statue, 'I will grant it.' *It is tion and horror, she complained of a painin

-N'iv.l t,.-1 hiApabcliicnU 1 Florid; MERCHANT APALACHICOLA, Fa. UMBER I INSPECTOR,-The und.ri-ned: the landlord, but he could do nothing except I. the staute of :Mars, the God of Corn' said her stomach, caused, as sbe said by the
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D. IS. Wood l'!: Co., Office,No. 45, corner Water and Chestnut streets, L hiving been appointed Inspector of Lun.ber to rocornmend smoking ; (he had first he, and was off in a iffy. I knew no bodyin ice-cream. Oh! how I cursed the ice-

GtXS':ivL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.N'o. I up-tairs.-Entrance oa Chestnut street. for the County of Franklin, offer:* his !frvices to rate segars in the bar) so at it I went, smoking I town nor could I find Mr. Smith, a man cream She got worse, and wanted herto
Oct. -2;z jt; !Sl-r!). CmHuberts the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
1. : ) \\ .ttt'r ApkchicoltF1a.trc"t.oY. duties appertaining tos-iid: appointment. day and night ; and finally I resorted to whom my father told me lived there, an acquaintance retire ; but no, she hoped it would all be

: .sls3i------- -------- Allen && Co., CORNELIUS GRADY. a free ablation) of turpentine and camphor, of his ; I asked fifty men, but over soon. She grew faint, and I despatcheda

Tlios. I,. JTlitclicI: I, MANUFACTURERS I IN TIN IRON COPPER :Mareh2, IS.15. which made rue dance for my pains, all to not one could! tell me any thing about him, servant for a bottle of double extrait Eau
KECElVJNTr: : BRASS, &.c. Fire and marine Insurance. !
: FOItWARIIN, AND ALSO, DEALERS IX i no effect. At last one night; after three i so I concluded he was dead, and with a'' de Cologne; but no, this would not do ; she
COMMISSION :MIIRCHANT: PELICAN MUTUAL J INSURANCE: .
No. 37 Water street, Hardware: Stoves, Britannia and Japaned Wares, THE ) of the City (.f New York, hours ineffectual effort to sleep, I bounced heavy heart walked on. I had not gone far preferred that most delicate of all odors,

N'ov. 1, IS 1 13.: AjaUchicoa; ( Fla. Iron, Steel Nail Spikes, Grate Bars, having established an Agency Apalachilj, out of the window, and while promenading, before, I came to a very large house,another preston salts! Her slightest wish being
8uz'r Kettl and Mills and other:
will be prepared to take Marine and Fire Risks
:flyers & :.HitclicI, Cjstin5sShip; Chandlery,&'c. un favorable tt-nn" puffing and fighting the mosquitoes I hearda hotel, and in I went ; in the centre of the sacred with me, the- order for cologne wa* .

COMMISSION I MERCHANTS 1 Oct. 25: IslJ.:; \PL.CHlCOL.Fa CHARLES A. GREEN, A-ent.:; steamer whizzing and blowing like levi- room was a circular place enclosed by a countermanded and the salts came. Apply-

No. 36 Water-street WILLIAM-DIC--EY. J- W. HAMMU.VD. Office, No. 25 Water st., \plljhicula.: thian of the deep. Soon she rounded to, railing, the floor was of various colored ing it to her nose she slowly recovered, and
Nov 8. *5msubscriber
__SOY_ 15. Apalachicola, Fa. Dickey & Hammond, :-t ohiee.riIll and lay along side a raft of plank. ,In my I stone, and above where it came to the roof what was my distress to hear her say, Oh,

Chules Rogers; John Munn. SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS !: wishes to close! his business in ardor and joy I bounced over the railing and and on the sides, it had beautiful colored my patience why does Mr. Stag stay so!

Clias. A Co. 32: Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa. JL Apalachicola, as I.e intends leaving the place, soon stood on top of this rude wharf; a roar glass and some splendid paintings.' I was (This was the name of the fellow who had

COMMISSION! Rogers MERCHANTS, October IS, 1S45 42tf and immediate requests payment.all persons He indebted will continue to him to to make do of laughter greeted me ; when, to my utter delighted, while looking at and admiring the decamped with my twenty dollars.) 1 shall

Water street, II. R. Taylor, work during' the time he has to remain to settle astonishment, I found in my hurry I had beauty of this place. I was accosted.by a die before I get home.' *Madam/ said'I- .
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!ov.l.,1545. Fa.
Apalachicola, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING his business, at the lowest prices that can be afforded neglected to hide, by an artificial garb, the young looking fellow, who used such bautiful my heart in my throat'if it is your wish

ALVA WYLIE, WM. A. McKENzIE.Wylie :MERCHANT for cash, and cash only. that had and which to return to mansion I tender
W. C. LAWRENCE. one nature given me, language, "and seemed to know so much your ray ser-

& mcKcnzic, epl2 ly No. 22 Water-street Apalachicola., Apalarhicola. Feb til, 15.16. S-tf seemed more pleasant and better adaptedto about the city, that in defiance ofaseedy coat vices, and will with pleasure attend you anywhere

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Wanted to Purchase for Cash. the state of 'the thermometer. She was and breeches, I took a great fancy to him. even to the end of the earth.' '0,

_Stpt. 1,lS-I5.No. 42 Water street Apalachicola, Fa. Henry Hodges, A NEGRO BOY, from 13 to 20 years of age bouud for New-Orleans. 1 hurried my bag We talked long, and I soon found we were sir, you are so kind ; but I have been too
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION suitable for taking care of a horse and
Michael--- MERCHANT, waitin; in the house. Apply to and baggage aboard, and setting at my ease of the same opinion on almost all subjects. much trouble to you already; excuse inc..*

AUCTIONEER A. Jlycrs COMMISSION, 22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa. mchU WOOD & CO, 32 Water-st. in the spacious saloon of this floating palace, I I was thirsty, and, being a temperance man, 'Not at all, madam not the slightest trouble 4
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MERCHANT, II. R. WOOD. P. W. CULLEN.- Notice.A I had! drawn my chair up to and put my feet proposed to take a glass of water. We ; don't mention it; but let me insist upon

I. 0-30? Water btreet, LL Executors Administrators, and Guar- on the.stove, contrasting the change that, stepped up to the bar, and before I could your retiring; yon need air.' Well/ said
4T. IS. ApaUchicola, Fla. Wood &; Co.,
heretofore commissioned the County
; CbMMISSION JLdians, by had so soon came o'er me, when two gentlemen say 'a glass of water, if you please,' or she, in a sweet, languid voice that went to F
DBcoBEt.. HARGROVE How AnD. AUCTIONEERS AND Court of Franklin\ County, will be expectedto
MERCHANTS, make their annual settlements on or before the apparently friends, came in from 'Jack Robinson.' or anything else, under my heart, 'if Mr. Stag is not here in five

', Bugbcc & Howard, No. 32: Water street, 1st Monday of April next in the Probate's office, the boiler deck. They were rather prepos- each of our noses was a tumbler, with sugar minutes I must go.' I went in search of
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING Nov. J, 1S4. Apalachicola, Fa. of said county, or default therein will be noted !
MEItC H ANTS against sessing in titer appearance ; young, well and a spoon for two.' This was the him, but to tell the truth I would not bare

No. 7, Columbus Block, The Liberal strictest advances attention made paid on consignments.to Sales out Doors. them.L.. W- SPRATT, Judge Probates. dressed and good looking; one wore black, greatest temptation to drink that I bad ever seen him if I could. I returned without

Jil i"," '1S45. ApalachicoU,'Fa. Sales at Store: every Saturday. Apalachicola March 14, 1&46. mchl-t ll-3t and the other, as if for contrast, was in had, and not feeling at liberty to decline the him; and she then consented to accept my
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"C.*. GB.IEN. C. H. CONKERY: Sugar. white from head to foot. Let's liquor," ready politeness of the spruce little bar- company. I offered my arm, which she
Bagging; and I OIe. : HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. superior -
Green & Connery PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAGGING .9.&5 4 St. Croix, in store, for sale by says the gentleman in black ; "don't care : keeper-and thinking my people at home accepted, antI we retired. On reaching the

COMMISSION MERCHANTS .100: ; 50 Coils Rope ; Also, 200 March 7 J. DAY & Co. if I do," responded the one in white. I would never know it-in reply to hisVhat'll pavement she said she had ordered her car

No, No. 23.Water street, sacks corn, for sale BUGBEE by k HOWARD, Itopc. "Stranger, won't you take something 1" says \ you take?' I said Brandy, thank. riage to return at 3, and it was uow only

8. m APAJ-ACIIICOI.X. FA.i jan3 j No 7, Columbus Block. 300 COILS.marchU for sale D by B WOOD & CO. the gent in black, addressing himself to me ; : you,''* a nd my friend did likewise. Beingthe half-past 2. I called the finest hack in the F

._ Samuel Scliiflcr. Bacon Sides. nouc, 1 thank you, air," I replied. But first of the red' that I had ever drank, street and banded her into it* She gate

*.JHOLESALE*.P ArticuUr attention AND paid RETAIL to putting GROCER family., I Bagging PCS. very heavy and Louisville Rope., Man & A FEW casks, prime quality, landing and I insist that you will drink to the prosperityof it flew into my brain, in no time. and I was directions to the hackman, and we.'soon:

steamboat and ship titores. up 4: lo Co. Bagging ; 300 coils Bale Rope, for sale by the new boat, her first trip, do!" ]I now in an amiable mood. ready to agree to drove !up in front of a splendid; mansjon!.in

No. 49 Water street, for sale byMarch NOURSE. STONE & CO that from the other Rue de la handed ,
4eD Apihchicoli, FU 1 .J. DAY & Co. fcb'259 .45 Water street, arose, and as I'uever take any thing strongefthan any proposition came Alighting her

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op the massive tteps. The door flew open of his crop. We arc gratified to find that |C UO )ilCIAL\ ADVEWISER.AFALACHICOLA orAta meeting of the Whigs icld-'Iast; I The consideration of such additional provision head---of--the-.--Military----committee---- i,7

'. and she invited me in. Excuse me, madam our views are thus acknowledged to be cor- t' evening at the store of J. \V. RINALDI, INTr.M. I|. was brought before appropriate committees communication to which reference, | ;t! *

./ ..w ,v red, even in New Orleans!' (for we have :' : of the two houses of Congress, in is. *
,' said I, the lateness of the hour precludes SATURDAY APRIL, 4, 18415. M BUTT was: unanimously: nominated as mate and whether! he cannot h"
bold of what would answer to rails made them in
seen statements; the crop e by reports, some form of
my doing so; besides, your indispo- be and : following authorized a candidate to fill the vacancy now existing: prepareel, with bringing :knowledge :Jr
even sneers in relation to our views ; \ :; Ths : gfntleni.cn are j my sanction: uy the Secretary the whole body of the Senate '

r. tition forbids my detaining you from your l but we have experienced enough to know I Afientsfor the COMMKRCIAL: ADVERTISER,and will in i our City Council ; and the Whigs then i't of War and ihe Secretary t>f the Navy stated in the message that 'these; bcan'S eirll',

couch; retire, it will be of great relitf to t that he who dares to think"for himself i, receive and receii:t for subscriptions, or advertisement and there present pledged themselves to : on the 29th of December and the Silt ofl were nnde by the sanction of the PrI I

even if lie be fot lifted with facts-and expresses !:- January last ; a mode communication with I himself '
and
you. I will, with your l permission, do myself use their exertions to secure the election of ; of course it seem*
an independent opinion which may 1 MKSR ?. MASON &; TCTTLF, 33 William Street, Congi ess not unusual, and, under existing t these I estimates, thus I lo we IL.

the pleasure to call upon you at 11tomorrow. come in contact with the interests or wishes Nfw York. t the nominee. / I circumstances, believtelto be most eligible. have been before sanctioned 1&&o,

.* 1 shall be happy to see you, of others, he is open to such Urines from D.-1 BRAVO, F;., New Orleans. The late farce which was played off upon Subsequent events have confirmee! me in Mr. Benton brought, in tie Senate;
WM. \V. CIm, F.-q., Albany, Ga. reply. : The
sir,' said she, and, exchanging Good Night! those who are only governed by self-interest! JAMHJ" II. \\TIox, Esq., Fort Gaines, Ga. our citizens in the election of a Councilman, I I the opinion that these receimmendaiions! troduction to (the answer to the pro,,*

or by the opinion of others. But we did Major[ JACK IAUD.UAN] Eufaula! Ah. ; were proper as precautionary measures. hon ,
the door closed upon me. I took out my .. 1I 1 has, we believe, had; the ellcrt to wake upnay senalnr inquiry, addressed I J to
then do bide. well -- I hi I was a wise maxim of the Father of his rre
ns we always our lime, I I ,Itho tn'.Ii
and the of from the indifference fell in relation statement, in the first ;
the
pencil, by light moon, wrote I crr'\Ve tender our acknowledgements they ![, that be instance
knowing; that facts would prove our corn'ctI I country, "lo prepared: fur war, is i is that the department
I 1 with
Miss Arabella Williams, No. 112 Rua de ness ; hiving the consolation of knowing I to lIe -\VILLmn&SMITH, for a copy f to I this I mailer on : 'former occasion. .. one of the most efficient means of preserving the President, have ihe lanei'lT1 I *

la -,' and ordering the hackman to drive that the planting interest agierd with us, but [: of their valuable paper of March 4lh. re- 'That the gentleman who has been nomi- 1'| peace ;" and that, "avoiding occasions I estimates to the commiitees.communicated ,;ti

me to the Hotel Rue -, I fell into a deep unfortunately many: were (:compelled part i,i ceiveel by the last Liverpool arrival. 1 t'will latcd I ; who is knouii to !he eminently i quali-) ,i ol expense by cultivating peace," we should i i of that procedure is, that at the Tbe rf
with their their .j "remember: also that I be'j
Tererie. Retiring to crops, even against own l be be '(led, :and who i is i identified with the ; Timely disbursements of I the session, a resolution of Dnli
iHis
ray room, on arriving highly gratifying to us lo similarlyfavored city; t to fur bQ f
j judgements as to the extent of ihe crop.We prepare danger frequently prevent i ing been )

at the Hotel, I found it desolate and lonely; are satisfied now that nothing prevented I)every. steamer, anel .so far as it i in interest and in feeling, will receive the ', much giealer lush II rseuiuetuls I to repel I it." i fers, aad aetopteel amongst directing others ct"tiin; to '.

'Dot a sound to be heard save now and then t the lute crop: from bringing a good price, : l lays in ou power we shall he linppy to rrciproc'e. hearty support of every citizen who feels :| The general obligation to i perform I ihis cUI. milec! to inquire: whether 3llIIt

-a watchman would strike his stick three but the idea of an overgrown crop together: : : is nceellcss for ,* al this late t hat his piospeiiiy is in the smallest degree I i is greatly strengthened by facts (\ I to what: aelelitional defences andre any, andir'r, f!
with the of I 1 the whole world. prewarafi
affairs A
agitations public of the
times upon the pavement, which echoed up day I to i in laudatoiy I lei IMS of Will- blended wit Ii that: of Apalachicola ; or who. i the controversy respecting I a necessary in the I present slate .loC
country which embarrasses capital: and of sJeal. ) I Oregon territory now exists between !j, As of I

and down the streets for a minute, and all course effects} the great staple of the South mer <& European l ; Til s." It has i independent even of this consideration has [ the United Slates and Great Britain ; and 1: cuuntr. I that:I ; mailer of cCurst. theCi 0,

would again be silent. I reined to my bed, more I than any other commodity i but t we slill [, established) a icpuiaiion I ii pIP It t this side, in u i iota eif regard, for the reputation eif the I j I while, as far as we know', ihe relations of -lilte ihe secreiary Sfnt inquiry to I the He proper on,,

but could not sleep (for thinking of eleven think, as we lid in November, that only i which no retwaik* of ours I: could. either iu- city in which lie lives and the worth and the Killer with ill I Euieipean nations are eif answer to thai I 1 [ ufVt.inquiry, returnej "

lo-morrow. 0, how I longed for the hour! those who soul :at the opening) maiket; in -I'crease i or i im pant The number befoie us lignity of her law-makers and lepic&enlativcs the most pacific character, she is making h hands; ol ihe committee-which i is ia .
the fall-and those who can hold tintill unusual :and extraordinary; :armaments and many parts of;
h
Morning at length came and with it the May, will reap I the reward of iheir labors i is ':ariculat': l vahnblo.: as it contains; I the I I we ciiueit; !) for i moment (doubt. warlike; preparations; naval :and military, beingvery nol. It i : all proper in (lei be made public, oth :

breakfast hour, but I could cat nothing This was. as we stated in November our ':( great speech) ejf Sir IVOEKUT PKKL.: on the There may be i few who will again l attempt both ai home and i in her North American time the ceunmittee their hay hands. ; but up t IOlh 1.

Time dragged slowly along'' and brought individual; opinion) and for which we gave : impottant changes pWlofe) in I England'si to bring the election of a Councilman; po sssiC mis. I cessary to take action nor deemed ir e

eleven at last. My heart leaped within meat our reason.*, so t that others: could j judge of ;i commercial: IHle'Volid the size of our I into ridicule I by i limiting forward one I cannot be eli"ClliseJthai.! however sincere I .*jr. Fairfield any next rise upon and it.
I sOle said!
their ( OITel'IIH'SS.V t' have ohseived: may be t the desire eif i in I the ; I
the idea of once more beholding! this inimitable many !'sheet peimit: we should he gla lo t I transfer who is weak enough lo suffer himself to be peace- t'v.'lrof ao cal! el upon, anel! the statement: I
I letters i from New Orleans 1 in different I t papers a rupture, the.se armaments:, and picparalinns hj,,

creature. I: called a hark: and in of (,the Union admitting:i t lh.it t the cicp :, this Cult i re speech t to our redumns I as we ae! ISl't as I the cuCs-yaw of thosr uho are ever '' I would lie ,:ed ;against OU'UlliIJ.' I the to is simply! resolution this : In lOItquente '.

a (few moments drove up in front of the large would lip Slit)It. Some say it will he a lilt tie I ''satisfied our readers would fill il quite)' as leaely lo rtijov i joke at the ) of oth- 'I' Whatever; may have fl'lI I the eiriginal; purpose I senator passage from ,Michignn.uf. Mr.otTnttf Ca Mf I

and splendid mansion; and in less time my over 2,000.000, but none go higher. than ; i lit crcs'I ng cs a other maier we could hi elM ; but we think the attempt rXlt'lst, if made, willpre of these prfparalioi.s; the fiici: is i undlllbl..c !ing !the Naval[ sr.j di'rg l
2.300.001))()() than hales ) } I that I I I lJillryand Committee,
being more 200.000() () \ : i they are neiw proceeding: in
band was on the bell knob. A porter made i' hefoie the I is a masterly dibit iu ) ve ','. here i inquire measures
support ( is
less than the h.'fim'Ve, 1. I Jwrli\ I any humor, wit I, least \vitli view the were nece sm
year i think ?,:.33o000 :; ,- | part, :at I r. ;a to contingent '
his appearance. Is Miss Williams at home ?l' bales) will be the full extent of the crop ejf 1 the policy he recommends.MORRIS'S .' or sense, in such proceedings- have been pu..jililv eif a war will the Uuilec Slates t the defence of the country. letters w r
: wriisen
by elir*>ciion of ihe
I inquired. 'l1iiS'illiams no. sir, there I of 1845. NATIONAL---PRKSS.----: -The sixth:! utterly unable lo find it. A burlesque or a Tit' general polie-y ot! linking ; acl.htieinal: I Naval flairs lo the Commits of k

is no such lady lives here.' I took out my The stock on hand! in all the ports in the ..j j 'ike i is we-li enough in its place: hut when warlike; preparations was ehstincily[ announced and he, in Secretaty this l ibe' N;", .
U. States the number I of 1 this new literary paper; r contains in time from the throne answer to other '
1st lt'45 Liteas
card and there the she had on September was speech as If anc inqli
was name given sought: lo be ihe
: pertinent hue
practiced to
55,646 bales less t than i:1 t :the same! dale in such;I I a variety' of rich I mticlcs I I hat I our m all. I- at expense of the January last, and has since been reiterated retmec case, i!,
me, and the Nc., and this was jhe houseI 'l. intr rests of whole U mittuit 0fl. which I has been read
: a
i 1 :344. The amount) icceived at :all I these 1 tention was attracted I I particulaily) I I i lo community it becomes by ,the ministers of the ciown in both I Senate to 15, .
on and! been
could not be! mistaken. \Vho lives here.I 1st 1 in the houses of la rhis Under this I puMMiett.' In I
ports September I 843, is 300,712() bales; : highest, elegree reprehensible. \Ve truent I aspecteif cnnfnrlt
ils lecepliou anel we once I"ilh his
then,' I asked. Mr. Johnson replied less than received at the same poits to the !; ; \lulc more commenel I think a large majority of t the citizens have, our relations with Great Britain, i cannot understood at recommendations the time'ln( ; wejj
tile "Pie.ss" have
the loveis the
lo of ;
'l1issVi1Hams, then I is same elate I in 1611The amount shipped; polue : elotiht) I the ProPriety ol increasing; sancieif .
picsume, an s.. concluded, :and will give evidence of it nlrIICIS the Prt..ielrnt eif the Untied
10 foreign ports since 1st Sept., 1845. i is28,75G ; I Literature and the Deles Leitre-s.: The of ctft'lct. berh! by l. nil) and sea. Slates.l!(
adopted daughter, or a near relative of his I h \ hill was reported lie
; the by I commute
ing to I
bales less and to Northern poits paper teems weekly with the scintillations; )ge polls on Monday next, arid '['hi. can give h'ill Britain; no cause ol offence before the wh.thl
Senate
Miss Ar..bellaViIliams, the young lady 53.282 bales Ics than to the same: ports in I I of Prose and casting; their votes for one who will serve nor increase the danger! of ;rupture. now ; providing the
in Poetsy.! 'J 0 give> bi.ilding. of ten .
who was at the ball last night is she in I' 1844. The amount. now on hand :and em genius them with ubiliiy and in If, on the conhary, we* should fold! our war stearmter.Mr.
idea of our City J. M l_
the
fidelity
some value and Clayton asked
t OI1 exclaimed he, with a devilish titter,, ship beiard in i\lIlhc I I American ports i is 72- vaiiety of its Council. arms in security, and, at last 1 he suddenly,! )' involved Committee Naval;; whether r tin

017 1 bales less than same elate last year.: mailer, we will I I I give i the* heads eif I ils difier-I in lietv dines for I the maintenance t of r on Affairs/ had rplorellli.
his white teeth shining: between his thick the inform uion
With all the increase pre-dictcd! at New Orleans till t (cepilrllf'nl First 1 is (unii mia I Poeiiy, Nr.w PUBLICATIONS.-: II. F. ABKLL our just j rights without I t ;u ildtClatt] preparation i I of ihe cOlmnnic\eel -
lips, and his popping out of his head. \ ) re tary Navy ; or
ryes ; the receipts has been leo, np to (6th I I by jJ i-s. Emiline: S. Smith, 'The our responsibility! te 1 conntrvwemlel j wll.rher :any fltr\
a Oh it's our \\Tilliams-our cook ; yes, March, 1846 by about 13,000) bales I than to I Beacon: has slf.ad upon our table a number of the be eiflhr grivet Hunac'ler.:! Sheiuld I cn"rlnicalion; had been made te> | >intioffieers

just go round to the back gale, and you'll: same elate in 1844-'45. whit.li is poetry indeed-the P0(117f ihe Ifle t cheap: I i publications, from t the press of collision betwe: the two countries: !U* avoided I of ihe Navy Department; which b.
l : before,
l.inl
find her in the kitchen1 I was thunderstruck A discussion has now arisen in New Orleans Heart. Literaiy Neitie-rs,' SI.lldws of 1 Harper & Brothers. Among! them are the as I hincf rely trust: it may be, the ::1./-1/ not Mr.,1(1 Kaitfiield the ihe Senate 1

as to tin extent of the ciop, and the( Chajacter I ; i ,' 'G;Inuau m i Lil i i enll rr,' ald 'llo-I fol lowing :- (hit itOiI charge; IP'I' i ibe treasuryn; :: making ; rnnimunirtinn of r iii.
heart sank within
; my poor me. speculators and] jobbers have fleered ihe I the lrfa rat ii,us, will nit h be secretary was accompanied 'by a repurf inadj
i and necesnaiy :
Reality
miMice (fill t the :fir.st :! The/ Fiy of ihe
Favorite bureaus
page
Weak and 1 tottered the hack up Story of a Royal .. by ihe
nervous in : lost chi.fo secremn:
;; planters; by the cry of full a ops. will now o hls. ; while! Ill the even! nf-uch :f'ulisinll. '

the driver assisted me in. Drive to the set upon each 01 her. The :Memphis Eugie i On the seeeiud we have Ill department I f orc. .' I they would be nidispeii.s.ible; for 1 maintenance i : il/r was transmitted l lu .mite con:

hotel,' said I, 'for God's sake Four I says: I wlich the Editr loeives for liis own reflections The Lad of M'-lan or Fidelity unto I of our national ligliu! and r.Mional; ;: I mitee by he him. with the. understanding, tl.dtt
was te> returnee! It
was s"ni ifoceimmitiep
Till: COTTON CROP.-"The Short and upon maiieis;: and i lliings,' whie.1): ) } honor.I to
by Thompson.
hours after, Mr. Smith, my father's friend,I : Dm/I i 1: in order! to aid them in
I the Long of! ?/. -The New Orleans TropicI'a's aie I touched ul ill his hit have seen no reason to change or moelify I fratnicj
i spri ,
: ly racvst\e The Citizen
} ; rf Prague, Mary the hill, and making!
having heard that I was in the city called;I there is a species of gambling excitement .tran51ICcly 1- the lecommrndation-J: I of 1innual I mo- lie proper (slmlt
L cit ci S fieim C'eincsponch' ,' fiom It large, .
u fits Llowitt.'J'ie was a mino'Js
.on me. I told him my story, and asked his! prevailing I in that city :among those! ole I sage I in reganl to t thi' Oregon ( 111 d(1 m.nr. not

advice. Go back home,' said he, 'the engaged] in the cotton trade, respecting) the Willis, on tiuin (Jrlce Gieenwood( m ,' and I / 'frp-Jlolhe a Romance in two parts, The notice to abrogate; t lie rr"I"I I.rion-, 6:1 S!ubuuil teLl that lo I the it Senate, because it (as ondersleiud -

country air will be a benefit to you I I extent of the crop. And. reminds t the parties or.e from 1 1 usticu",' in I the country), who, by (;. P. n. James. eif August, 18.J7, i is by t treaty I Secretary of the \-t Navy.to he was returned to I ih! ,.

that if the thing he carried to any ev- j from his letter, eleies not suffer his ( itself and cannot be legarded; : :I isa waihkemeasure j I according. ?
took his advice, and took leaof New judging : The Elves I ralslatrc from the Germanof I returnee!.
tent it will have to ejuote l( *rite state of the ; and I cannot t withhold my strong
Orleans the same day. I have never gone odds( 1 In I hat case, it also says, the t two wits In rust while he is rust ialitig. On I Teick, by Thomas C'rtrlje.. conviction I that t il i I should he promptly; giveei. Mr. Webster again rose and said; I intend

there since, and curse me if I ever will." contending panies might:; bestyieel the'* bulls the llire page we }have a 'Chronicle of the-r: A ls'arzio, or The Sculptor's/ ( ,Apprentice! The other: recommeuelatiems aie: in c'ullte.- !( lo puisne this subject with a single-re-,
murk I desire
,
Turtle Harbor, .,Jlpril, 1616. and i t the bears :" but I the most( appropriate Till; embracing the ciineni news eif the 1 I translated fiom the French by Alexander unity with I the existing i t treaty and would :af- honorable only. gentleman to put at the twe )head inquiries! of the loihe

cognomen, would he, perhaps; the "shoits"and day ; -Useful I I Information,' uider w ch i isgiven Dumns. fore lo American citizens! in Oregon no I Naval Ceimmiitee whether ihe I
;
Smefrjof
the IflS ; the more so, as somebody :- i'nstiDdion anel! I more I tlnn the same measure Lit protection)
THE COTTON CHOP OF 1545. 1 t advice to Farmers and 1 The Cricket Hearth of Navy in ( lo him Ibm
on Taleof communicating
the a Fairy
must:; eventually be "short" in cash I, which has long since been extended! lo Bri
We took l last fall to collect all l Housewives ; and t the last ( is estimates i informed the* rnmmiiffe in.-it' ihrj
great pains if not ''short in I their estimates.Kxactly 'oluml tihvay- Home? by Charles Dickens. tish subjects in t that territory.

the facts we could gather from South Cam so ; nor would. it be long" first : devoted to 'Sunday Heading,' oj the mo:t : Fur a few dimes, now, peisons may see-ure The state of eur relations with Mexico Ii id( received sanction of the Pr f Wnt. !
anel. whether the
lina. Alabama. Mississippi and Louisiana I, that is clearly the long lld11011 choice chaincier.: A : is still in ati unsettled condition. Since secondly cnniunnm ca-
:! of poe-iic drlliol( I toMaich I the, I last; work eif t the best authors :awl' p- lion which he ihe committee ton
show the of the supply rays inailrta
to probable: extent I cotton
that. But the question being:; ;d>nnt the Fitz-Crec-ue the meeting of Congress another! rC\'IltilJ: i ,
by : '", cute in( ) t thtTiiselves wish n the, Senate contJ.i the information t:
and satisfied ourself that Hale choice'
the literary reading; < )
were :
crop, shortness or fullness I I of I the e-rop we do not I has t taken place! I in that: country, hv which
crop would fall short of that of the preceeding I. third that either the "hulls and hear: or 1 pre upon I the same month byw'5!! ; I for the season of leisure that is approaching. the government[ has; ; i into[ ihe hand* that; I the naval estimates preicerdincfrpmiheleparimenl

All parlies in Alabama, Georgia Freiz J Liteiatuie --- pas.t'c had: list sant-tiou! eif the Presiefcnt -
,
year. j 51li111 S and] longs" would be a> appropiialesoubiiquet 1 'F'eiieigu Cone-spoii- eif new ruler This eiviii has :;>tinaleel. ;I-
and South Carolina that the For rite Comtut, -rr-iril 'ul-ertier. prnc-r an-1! were made under hs direction t
agreed of
crop as "fulls"I and si horls "-for I elence, 11 u utuui 10 ItS Sketches,' :ami 'Cems(; r and may possibly defeat the seitlcinent r !
ELECTION FOIL COUNCILMAN. Mr. iu those three States would fill short 3 or 400. Ihallht't will be full shoit of ol the differences United Si FairtfIel reply.
crop is well agreed Peietiy) with a store of of het\\el1111 :itesatd
000 bales, ancllhallhe t of East :Mississippi ] paraginphs: FKLLOW-CITIZENS: Monday next; 1 ';! (olht Secretary of the Xi.d at
crop .
o" -l[ fricla l>u rfr \1/zig. : : that The 1lli..tl'r: eit theUniieil ;
would also fall shot of the excellent ac\ilt', under t the )head) ] ol'' \rani called COlllln' 1 it had leceived I ihe !'unet in ii of the Pestilent
pieceeehng I
"VII II are ; u upon! I lo elect: a CnllcilU:1 I Stale's; lo Meco; at the dale of onr

year; our tney were tinner me impression PRInE-There, is no vice to which the I lies,' makes iii| I ihe l fotiith( 1'2' e. i in place: of \\T C. Lawrence, last advi-ts( had not: been I'ct'in'c hIII"I I was made to myself-it was nrbal.ntri ,
from accounts at New Orleans. that this A file of 1 rtsignell J \ and not communicated to IbSenare.
human; race are so prone, and none so nnsuilalde ihe Pres may lie seen on 011'WIlle i Is it existing I allhurilit t :. D-Oun. nISI ran iun of acharacter
deficiency would be than not your duty, as good citizens toelect .
more supplied bv ; to I their nature and condition 1 aspride t by those who would like to judge!' lor hostile to the Ulile'c States couliuue Mr. Webster. I understand the gentleman -
tbe increased crop in West Mississippi and : a suitable; poison to .fill the
vacancy
-that self-love which I springs themselves to be made; iu )Itxi u, has rcnelered -
This up so I eif its me-rits.: i The price of 1 wllll ; 1 then to I lhat t the only auihemiy given
Louisiana. look say
opinion we pains to in :lh-1 t interests, and not it iu :
onrsouls. your
rapidly and l"<1t1s us to view' our alc lepiesent alowa proper my judgment, to keep I
Onm is a in advance. I i him for (considering these estimates; a?
counteract by getting statements; I those sciipliou year For j .
,
own qualifications I ) I through a magnifyingmedium : :5 person to be that would elisgrace: nearly t%"O-l Ii mrtis of our on our southwestern -
(Ieclec made' under the direct-on and
l made it business all.- ( out s.incticneif :
:an ); onr to 3ml.
legions the truth of it, and. judging j fioin ascertain these- I which i gives existence and reality one copy) \'il be sent: I three years, or t tlnee I those thai elected him, and the citizens I in frontier. In til, I .I I;n." e-f! th. the President. was a verbal; cominmnca-

I to the I ph<1l1lnms of I tn'jnat; ion. Pride corn- (:opm.'s one } car. Office 2i2 UroadwaNi, regular military posts ha\l. been icdiiced! 1 ton
facts and those presented: in our genera! ? linn to that tiled I I him as e (.airman of II e
own
county -
mences with our life, with Ne I small fur'e. inadequate: to their dciciicrshould : -
grows our w- < :' Strrielaiyol
Yor\ ( otiiitiii tee on Naval Affairs by -
we became satisfied that those > Mr. II
Cla- BUTT is
eXIJf growth, and proposed as a suitable
spreads if. an
: through all :1 emergency i
our conversation rie.'h" -
inVest I : he Navy and that not evrn [ibatg
tion1'! Mississippi ami Louisiana: : ;
and en uid u ci. She accompanies: 'ri: WKATIIEU.: -1 Had.1 nol I ihe calendar I person lo fill the vacancy, and it is presumable I in view ni i itji'se' Cl FCtt iirancvs, it IS :
submitted him to I U.e beuate. 00
would not be realized. :.So; fir from increase wa> by
an us I through: every stage l rondiiion) arid circumstance and better that I the I I m)' "judgment"' I that: "an increase eif our !!
we could not learn of single our sense hate taught us belter, u t t thinking par of our u citizens presenting I. i i he bill I I fn I the a augmentation ol i
a
planter -
;;
: of our t teiresirial i I naval I ami military i i m 1 t t'orre is at thh t tune required. -
in Warren county whose crop would cemrv. :She we should for the la.t liHH t five days wil I I attend I t tin; I I and, secure I his i t.ll.ttiol. j rht tavy. sOle tays since. \ 'e see. llifPfle ,
intermingles with almost 1 every action wepeifnrm i o 1"1 i l to place! die country i in a suitable; j I further .
have
etf this affair.
equal-much less exceed-th.it of 1844 but have concluded I i that; I lime I had when by sfa\itig;u at home picture only
and every putsuii, in which wp taken; a iclreigrade a 11.1 every way ;, state of Ileftlcl'. At the t lime, il is'I
en sale
: I !tn s.I-lh I t 1 hope that :as as it
that as a general rule the falling aIrVllulel] gage. She; attends: us to t the I grave, I in all movement, and that; we weie iu the iitteily t I I incompetent, in I iy !h.' elected lotgiatily I my s.Iler I '! purpose) I to pursue sit ch. i course i i'I i be convenient lo I the honorable SOUI member nwj,
be least of this
'
at i f to } 1644 and( ( the
; was
in the West I the peunp.soleinuiiy, and u expense offline-nils.t : midst of January again.; The I weather I r has the base; designs. of a few( disorganizes ; 'I eil"peilicy as may: be best m Icul hued to pre- ; who i js chairman of ihe Comminee on Military .

case generally. Notwithstanding all. these Mississippicounties. 'facts She engraves her ostentation ixciiptionson I : i been, unusually cold: 14)1 the ; with I I that I would not hesitate to degrade I! seive, both with Gient Btitain :and, Mexico.| i Affair, and who, I presume KM re-
I I the stone t that* c-oveis t the I mouldeiing i I 1I scasol i nn I Imnorable )e.te. ; uliicli! nothing wil i .s. I tlat
staring men in the fact what effect could it : rail win This il is fair: but t themselves with a view to others to ceiveel infurmation iu the s.m. way,
I body, and when lhat copy; i is itie'oipurated! I I ane 1 morning bric ell(}'ect ii a h ly promote as uz nut; iii tiul:ly I 2 ouri; h the estimaies from the Wir '

be expected to have in opposition to the with its original elust and( these words of the wind is heavy; frlU ihe South-Easi, and I Illeil own level.It councils and i firm mnintenanc[ of all! our DtI'IIrrt
have had the : anti aie tnud.tfl't; '
in the Ition.
opinions promulgated cotton city, vanity are no longer legible! I she cloaks ouleloois I and fires I inside remains with the just rights, I
elecieleeily
filled with) cotton buyers, who are aiiempis t / : are you, as soveieignpeople m the direction] of the President-that lie '::i

foreign! purchasers, and whose businessit agentsfor by logical es('IflI legends'heon and! pedigrees: and genea comfuija'jle.: When 1il Spiing to say if you will elect i suitable WASHINGTON, Match JAMES 24. K.li4G.POLK. as oeJ as lunvt'nil'lt-al that i$ in his d.s l
:!; : to perpetuate the .
was to make the cotton crop appear Urge lIallJe.which come h poison, eir allow I the city u to be disgraced by cretion- ( to the Senate! iS / t
wisdom' had; perhaps After the had been
consigned read and
-- Message:
to -- on
-- what
and
as possible, ami whose zeal even prompted) ( ; oblivion.) This is (0: ** For the slaying at home. as pioper uei flthtr.; 1 ; tlIse rt
mom or less I he foible, / l'resident'sMessage in '
,
them to offer Urge bets that the cotton : relation p motion of Mr. ALLKN: laid on I the tale: II ceimmendations! t Cre. I I'I ilieie I te ;Iorti
cropwould this i ihe deformity. I this i the I lcei-ruil( ('Ii vice lo the aXE: OF PEOPLE. I
13
oregon question ;and] the latest _. TIE to h be sJe;
exceed that of 1314. but were never If all I ; --- and ordered to be prinlrd! i elehate arose proper kept private it is quite
( mankind. Pride ; I in u the I
willing to accept the bets that were tendered ns well as t the palace appear; ; :sin: sits! on cottage :I the- I Washington!: news, I Iht lender: i is r'fci n'dll i[:from Ihl. Charleston! Cornier, March -) of which we give the following! sketch I taken : the ociites discretion in the of that gentleman siuel! there and bmsa'1

to them by cool sagacious: planters, after I another column. i i I /be I thai he 1s11INTON : !> commiitee, .
vork nuin's bench as i well!I as on I the! monaich's I wil seen ( :1:0Ve from Union :
their offers were thus prortoimeel in the pa; throne ; she struts driving, a Ooe'luf sheep I President i aI.ltcs not i t little i from I the petitions ) \ give below( ( the Message of the President lIe j I quite content to leave; it. But such p
Mr.Tt'h.ler anti said I
rise for the
All these had) the effect imen- rose : : : lions of the President's tecomnendaliu'tilr :
pers. things i well I I in United' States; ill reference to the t
:
as as marching at i the head of victorious assumed in his oi'lle
ded however to produce the mpreSIOl1lhal j a Message ;at t the eipeti- stale our iitlairs: with Great, Britain com- purpose( of 1 submitting an !inquiry relative \ t the augmentation of the military m'*!:

the crjp was an ovcrgrowti one and thusoperateil army.MAGNAVIMITT. jug of Congress and that if ::11)) lot then II; I in i response t teia: le.seilution I Mr.l II a matter I refnf't I lei in I the message; :and i i of the country as ale (fit for public comma1nicaiion '
mnllicalf'c
ul not for I the eil'm:iking:; conimentarv j and( : discussion here, vw
the The oveiluics are made for piupose any
on price. only argument they which passrd I lie Senate public
; compromise :
-1!In Germany: during a Do\\'ox'S somed.is ) .
: or icmark: whatever em I the message; it-j i public i nitirmnat tout t ihrougheuit the couniij.
ever offered) to us, when we askc.l reason to must fieim I the other since. Our ,
side of ; 1
eif the )
war. a captain oidered CIHIP i water. \\'a..hillglol -
cavalry was
out
curr'Iwnte'll self. We perceive, from the I should be the
just thai gentlem;
confute our statements and opinions about This is t, I it will I h be seen, alludes!I In it having IWSit' very glad
a foraging; expeul ition. E HP I himself :some-thing as
upon ::: put t : how. The should
the extent of the that' on the 1st ailfe any caused lead t lhat; il is I the )iidgment of u lie Presi- whenever it suns his convenience
CruPIVa consideiable excilciiit-nt the
the head of his at t seal
at t s Hoop, and! marched: people: can no longer be 1 in eleiubt. elent hat inciease of of IC-
of October November and December ;as legards; I ; an our means ( communicate to the Senate.
of
September, .
and from the
the remarks made
to quarter) assigned! him. It was; a sllli- gOVI'HIIII. uw''
i the fence both mmmi lit / becomenecessary Mr. Benton uixlrrstood
views the to sallie
: of i uumy al/II\'al-ha. was
which,
had P..sidellt. have been
1845 arrived
more cotton at tary valley, i in which hardly :anything but i in several I of our exchange papers: i it would ;
the circumstances the communication
New Orleans, than at the same periods in wood was I to be IH>rteiv'el.: Finding I I in the I thus emphatically reiterated.; !( The. illel-I t appear I hal a good deal I eif interest I( i is felt. by (.1 coun had rtceivc m verbal kiner f (
The! of
lhat < ,
try. amount or extent I ; necessary but that greal matters of this b
1844, and this statement was monthly put midst of it a small he Ilion t of t the American; is turned Ta the Senate U. Stales
forth in the New Orleans and coltlge. approached; j' people now I of lie : increase i is not stateel in the message. always looked lo the heads of department

all of the world. f In papers did sent to and knocked at the door, which was opened to the Senate for the final action upon this ]In answer lo inquiry) of the Senate,. I: But the President says hint s estimates showing as ihe organs of the Presielent.
parts vain we urge by an old arid venerable man with a beard cemlained( in I heir resolution eif 17th, instant t
that the of 1845 matured earlier than I great question, with intense anxiety ; for the extent of the necessary; increase in :Mr.I Cass. If 1 understand the mlsS3
crop silvered by age.::; Father," said the officer, whether, in h judgment, ciieum-1 1 '
its decision my any OUr means; ;; of defence, military and naval, aright, the m President recoinmeiiefsiillrealer '
that of
That 1844, and gave many reasons to proveit. 'a show me a l field where. I uv:'y set my t troop upon seems to rest the malf'rw"f'lhf'r stances connected with, or growing nulL ol", have been communicated. from t the appropiiate armaments than were recommended 6))

the opening prices of 1845 were to foraging." The old and our amicable; relations; with 1 I the relations of this ,
inducement man complied, England for'i:1 t country, require elepartmenls of t the Executive government ihe Secretary of War. I desire to hesl
an for many to push forward: a conducting[ them out of the valley. after a ,: shall) ; exist, or a war ensue between the at t t this t time i an i increase of our naval; I lo the appropriate; committees eif this that of the read again.
of inosage
their portion
portion it i is well known
crop, as quarter 01':111 hour's march came to a (fine : or military; force ;" if so.h whal: those armaments
that I two greatest nations of the earth. anc and the' other House of Congress fur t heir Webster.. He says greater
many planters sent forward a few bales field of barley. Here is what we are in I circumstances are,' have lo express iln,> rdvisemeni and consideration. I not than recommended in early part

at whose a lime habit as fast in former as they could prepare them search of" exclaimeel the captain ; "father, Q55: [Hon. E. C. CAUKI.L: returned to opinion) I that: a wise precaution demands I complain, sir, at I all. of this mode wil comI of the session-not greater the than reeamlfneled
was to hold back such I
their until! a quantity years could be you are a true and f.-ilhful guide. \Vait Tallahassee on Saturday last, in the enjoyment increase.In I I municaiiiig tei the members of Cemgress the by ihe Secretary ofVar..

for crop But in December prepared vet a few minutes." replied the old man ; of good health. my annual message of the 2d l of December judgment of the Executive upon such highly The portion of he mess-ige alluded t C
shipment. when the :,
.hipments began: to fall off, how changed follow, me patiently. little further." The last. I reCOlllleller( to the favorable : m important and vital I questions ; mil I elo was ihen, ai the request of M r. Cass, read'

the tUDeVe! of march was accordingly l resumed, and at the o:7p: The trial of Mr. Thomas Ritchie, ( Congress an increase of,, not complain of it because, as the President Mr. Cass ihen said : I merely remark
see no comparisons the
distance eif( a mile I they arrived at another under the our naval; force, e especially of our steam:I il is not it is not that after effort 10
number of hales received up to the first of jr., charge of the minder of Mr. and says unusual Recently using every possible J
field. of barley. The troop immediately navy t the raising an adequate military unusual is of I thongWthev
: origin
| ; hit practice recent resolutions in to
and March Pleasanls my
with carry
Januaray February the alighted; cut down the grain, trussed it, and was to commence Wednesday force to guard; and protect such of our all, in my judgment i is not to he encouraged. had I gone to sleep efect. of Ih.i '

game dates the October previous November year as we ind did in remounted. The officer thereupon said to the 25th of March, before .the Supreme citizens as might think proper; tei emigrate :. 1 do not know whether the honorable i elead.- :I am heartily they bat'
December
September all, : but the his conductor, father, you have given Court at Richmond, Va. to Ort' on. Since I that: ))trd. I have seen:I ; members of the Senate who are re- i been resuscitateil ; 1'.liceclhat I am j thl

was quiet, on cotrary "onrselfrnel us unnecessary trouble; the first IH cause lo recall or imuhfy these recant I j sure-lively at I the head of these committees,. more that resusciiation *

Orleans we eee correipoudents different writing of the from New field was far better than this." Very true, OQ;?" A new and! elegant ship of 1100 tons mendations. On shin contrary, reasons exist I have communicaieel: ; I these estimates in any been l. rallfedvhen( by an executive message, aoJ

to portions country sir," replied the the good old man, "but it burthen which, in judgment, render it j ihe which
admitting the : of decrease called the Columbia is about to be my proper JI way to body to they belong ; and not by British cannon.
gradually probability a
IQ tbe crop of 1845 but this is not was not mine." added to the New York .Old Line" of carried not only tht they should he promply I I rise, Ilu'reforE for the purpose of inquiring Mr. J. M. Clayion. If :I am at libertjW

into effect, but that additional provision II oflh beginning with the honorable: do J so, I should like to ask how m3fl'I.
dons
till .
had .
nearly every planter disposed Whoso ficdetb a wife findetb a good thing j Liverpool packets.. ; should o be made for the public defence. member from Missouri, [Mr. Benton,] the are recommended to be buitu 1


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jr.-Fairtiero.. I am not ?ble to answer and which has brought the President's COMMERCIAL.REMARKS RECEIPTS I FROM THE INTERIOR. (:7* We are authorised to announce- For-Liverpool= -- **ir

,hft ourstion. I paid but little attention to Message to Congress, and the correspondence Per steamer Agnes-21 bales cotton, 1 box tobacco Col. ROBERT J. FLOYD candidate fcr THE first class Am. imp HURON\
as a
natter befievins that the recommeoda- between the British and American to Win G Porter Ac Co; 17 bnle.-1 cotton to
the of the was ade- Ministers relative: to the Oregon. The ONT THE MARKET. T H A: C Austin; 15 to Lockhart 5c Young; 10) Colonel cf the Third Regiment, F. M. Weeks, master' having lhree-fcunb of..
lion' of the Secretary Navy turn COTTON -There has been a Rood inquiry since to Thomas Preston: 2 boxes tobacco to li S _tier cargo engaged, till have diapatcVttr
he "igeucy. It passed out of which this vexed question has taken has excited me above For Ireixht, apply to '
poit.
10 Tuesday and factois have been enabled to realize 11 li wly. c17P \Ve are authorised
to announce
qi3lC
surprise ; for it was hoped that the Per s-tPamT Mary A Moore-337 bales cotton to March 21 J. DAY & Cd.

%!Tw>oion! of Mr. Berrien, the Senate commercial measures of the present Go- j in most cases, prices current previous to thesteamer's McKay Ac Hdrt.-horne; I23to Wybe A: McKenzie; Gao CHARLES H. DUPONT as a candidate For .Liverpool.

,rroccede( although lots hid Yonns 57 b des cotton to II II s_ superior
then red'icitiS our quotation?, : some hirr-V: : Tuylor; 10
cUtlVe basine ; and, after some, time so oc- of the dispute, on terms satisfactory changed hands at decline cf 4c.. not however to Dod a
doors were rfi-opeued, and the to both parties. The Cotton market advanced Per stumer Champion-SO bale" cotton to Lock- ja'cb. For freight, apply to

.adjourned. on some dest-iipi'ions an eighth when from our quotation*, but from pome als which hart k Young: 40 to Howard i Rnth"rfi; 34 to crr We are authorised to announce March 21 J. DAY & Co.

Senate the belliserani purport of the advices by had been made above our figures. We to-day re.tsre Harper >V Holmes: 2-J to J Div A: Co; 15 to WyRe MAJ JOHN G. CAMP as a candidate for Mt- New York
j
For
A McKenzie 4 to Busbpe Ac Howard IS do ,
Courier ? our old quotations, which we believe con : : ; ; ,
rrrirr. :p/ndenre of the Charleston ] I the packet tr.mspiied. The peremptory re- j 1 bale hIde=, y barrels and 4 bags meal to Win G JQR_ GENERAL of the 1st Division, F. M. With Dispatch
WASHINGTONMarch 24, 14G fusal of the American Government, to submit form very nearly to the sales cf the last few days. Porter Ac Co. THE superior snip CORDOVA

Presdent's position, his ends and the question to arbitration on t thc ground LIVERPOOL CT-ASMFICATIOX. Per Meaner Agnes-19 bale cotton and 4 box s t: WILLIAM H. HUGHES, is a candidate ', Lowell, master. For treight cr passage,

The nowexplained, at least in part, that it would thereby recognise the rights Inferior .5 a 5$ tobacco to Thomas Preston; 16 to Wyhe A: MeIvenzie fr r Lieutenant Colonel, instead ol( Colonel, as we )JZJ+ to the captaia, cr to
objectS. are Ordinary... ....C a 6 ; 7 to McKay c Hnrtshorne: 1 to Lockhart -
DODGE t PRATT
h s MpsJ >\: Young; 1 to B S Hawley; 2 boxes tobacco to bef.-re announced, of the Third Regiment, Fieri- ,

by to Mr. Daylnns resolution i ibue it WHS Oregon, is regarded as puerile, not to say Good Middling.... .... .... .. .7 a 7? P G Raney.Pr di Militia. April 4. April 4 40 Watertreet.
? 'lc: about the Capiia!, j in the morning, insulting. These rights have been long Mi !Idling Fair.- a 7 steamer Coljmb-is-?fi bales! cotton Wm For New York*

.. ... .... .. Kimbroiizh Ac Co 62 to J C 12 B
1 does Fmr .7, a 3 ; M.iclay: to Mr. THE fine PWJERt Hearo.
M'soge. between the brig
would be a war : acknowledged I by treaty parties, ::: Editor: You will please anmunceCd.
it Good Fair..8. tt O Elii-on t Co; 5<) to Howard A: Rutherford; 12 to
that | For
will
of fall far short of it is held late in the master, have quick dispatch.
the opinion some, as being too day to Ls Fred E D-.au. JACKSON MORTON as a candidate for
; .
m GROCERIES -D-iring the v.-eek the Grocery
vot, past treight or apply to
rc-nssTts all his former opinions; erase a bond) which preceding negotiators, Per siediner Alban! }'-11 bal' cotton ann 2 boxes Brigadier General of the fist passage
br U m.rket his been without animation-all derfrtp- brigade of the first iarcfl 25 DODGE t PRATTChattaliooclicc
it -
Locklurt'ic 2 do
tnlncco to Young to Wylie &
>sed in his Mess.ijie; at nn bnihsidesof) the Atlantic, have combined ;
and vie*? :< e\pre tions hiving been exceedingly dull and the demand MeKen7ie I division of the Florida Militia. Hotel.
the Session. Vou wiJl b -; r to ) The friends of
of lespect. peace mourn
Wvlir-'abox! No 2-91 bales cotton to Lock- Mrfch
the onenin having almost been suspended. Per 2. isiS. MANY VOTERS.
: entirely
which, Mr. C.tl- I lint the arbitration the most I, 'I HE subscriber tukts pleasure fa
the construction satNf.icforymode hart Ac Young.
mind _ _
in Snull sales cf the leading articles have been mideat informing the traveling ci/tacjanity
) that Message; ; and, that hi j of settling;I i amicably a controverted ; (:/* We are authorised to I-I '
1 ujwo PASSENGERS. announce IP that he La3takenchar'.eotheabove
the
quoted rates. Coll'ee, 3 a 9c. Flour,
maintained that the Present vvas no longer cl.i'un-'Oioui'.l have lieeu M unceremoniously C-ipt Gregory M-srs B Col. JAMES J. PITT-MAN, candidate I I establishment, situated immediately
Western, $6; Northern, $7 per bbl. New-Orleans Per steamer Agnes- ; as a fcr
jim l h S lfl piIiAfl. 'I'Ie Piesidetit h.isrIoV rejected, and its elVc* l upon! the. Cotton S Hawlev, A Linear, Jos Linear, E Stubbs: Jas the office of Brigadier General! First on th t banks of the river, where the
Ss-'jar. 5j a 64c. Rice Cc. Mola---? b"ing Brigade
one ,
the uln: Oregon men de- Let has been, have -Mated make
,jj .111 tint mat as we ; to : : T Lochala. traveller may find a coi&fi rtable and quiet resting
of; him. His Mess iP. a? it ts inter- it more decidedly fir.u. The pilot-boat, i of the principal' article of the trade, has met a Per IParner Mary A Moore-Rev Burton, T.T Florida Militia, at the enduing election m April place aid thereby avoiding the many inconveniences

sired excludes the id( n that he has William\ I ; : J. Ito ue r, whii h sailed I i iu cnmpany sood der.i md, and is now selling at :31c for Nexv- Pone: Messrs Stow, Ridgill. AdamC Gardner, net. March 7. which they have heretofore been Sabj -
nreieil) here Oilman! 2oc. Pork Mess 25 J A Booih' J C Gardner, Day, McKume, Phi .
Whifkey SH to.The
,
overtures( in the HritMi, Governle with the 1'atiick Henry, has not yet ar- a lander Thomp-on j ject

,,, any experts any from it.. He m-.its rived. She is said to he. i the bearer of Mr.1 ,| $12 43 ; Prime, $11 .Bacon, Sides,Cj a C. ; Ham-, Per fteanrr Champion-Mrs John B Appling, List of Letters U. S- Mail steamer Agnes; trota Apa-

ment, or ie.onnnndJtiiin ()l an immediate Pak: riham's despatches to the Uiitisli Governmenl. !1 S$ a 9: Sho'ilder o a 040. Laid.SuO Spemi Mrs G Wardlaw, child and servant. Mrs Win T> EMAINING! m the Post 0ce atApalachtLre lachicola, arrives en Sunday: aid Wednesday at

UIMMI; (Ii'< the Government ol Great( Bntam, I j The packet expeiienced heavy i!I Candles, Sic Ship Bread, 3i a 4c. Bee=wax, Mount; George Hill, Woolbriglit and Young.: _LL ,coa, on l=,t April, 154G.Appling 5o'clock, P. M. ; d.-parts Monday and Thursday
notu-e: to at 12 o'clock, A. M. TheVefern ilaif arrives
cf, tlie tertain-Hinn; : ( of the Ctinvenunn. an.l I j weather, otherwiii! is probable that thu j jminiaiuie I no ?ales; a good article bright yellow x\ould sell EXPO E TS. Jas, Mzj J B Kinney Edw, Jno Mundavj Wt-duesdays and Fridays at 12 iclock,
Austin Kelly,
ut' n metres tor the protection of settler cr.dt might have cut u more re- j at 2J a 2t.K'tmtuckv:. NEW YORK-Per ship Geo SkoSeId-1292! Allen ,Jas Log, MassanI A. M ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays -

in Urcg'i'i, and! upon prepir.itious: lur de- j spcct.iblu figure in t lhe race. BH ing, 11 a 12:. Rope, 5 a E tale cotton. AJV T,*, Thus C LeBaron, Chas & Son it 7 o'clock! A. M Ncrthcrn Mail arrives

ienc( It i* rne. tin''. J>:? ) 'rltUf puparation' I It t will I I I be seen, by referring t to thc communication Hide?-There bd\e been no artixals of Lie: 7sa7ic Per f-hip 31irianna-91; bile cotton.PT Alien, Capt Ceo Mustard, G F Capt Tue-days, Thursdays ar.d Saturdays at 8 o'cl.oclr,

be does not 0 b yimtl hi- former of our Paiis: coire BOSTON) Per bail k Kimbjll I 23 bales
Mary
he ill uti-iti'S hein.Itw the French Chamber, Inve voted if Peanut- :tij -loc. / pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via
,-.,- ] a< now ; a sum < a Cot t 0 fl BiaideIL? Capt Jcnath Merrill Nathan Capt
& and Tallahassee Wed-
tint increased estimates i for the establishment of I line i of sold auction the wharf Mustard Sarah B Qinncy arrives Mondays,
stiot bet'rf known money I a Hay, at on brought G7iaSoc NEW ORLEANS-Per steam schr Flcrida-32 Hr-th' Hei.ry ,
arid at 12 o'clock departs
the Committee between llavie and New Yoik ba'e' rotirn. Biker Milton S Merrill Chas nedays Saturdays ;
lH'1 been sent to onNafjl steamers so I : in frtore, $1 25. ? ,
.
and o'clock
Tuesdays, Wednesdays Sundays at ti ,
ami Military Airurs, nn.Jer his sanction I th.it when :all I the projected "vapour Chips'* FnrnotrrsWe luve heard cf no engagements -- \VkLLSALE-- PRICES CURRENT.AIrmcLEs Eur es, Esq B Mc\au4hton. Jno P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays ar

I iii't| >'*> l'1'' ; the 1esmze: appe.irt-il | are i in action, a d.tily: oj at t I e.i'1 a semi for foreign ports since oir bit. For Liverpool Br-iinard, Capt W Moore, Wm R James Thursdays at G o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesday

(to I 1)rI'I! IUCP c i
m .i nut renJ nil the c1't 'f tlv proceedi j j will m I 1 have: been sec n i etI. The >piiiled, and i i I fur flavre 1 Jc. Shippers ref.i-e to si.\e more than yd II aImndee Jasper nry W 3 Melvill!, Beij S 2 The Hou e and Furniture are entirely new,

:-i in the 'zt4C. Mr.I Pniinu; ;*nd successful managers; of the [Halifax mail I lc For New Yoik, shipments continue active, ) y'i it; a 17Perut Bcaise, Oliver L Moody Merntt the servants thoroughly drilled in their business,

anJ listened steamers are i I building r.noiliei fine vessel to vd a II3ALE and all will ue their utrmst endeavors tu make
Mr. Criinjtuu; were fresent, j jitheJ2er j as quoted. I3rewster, C.as W McLean, Patrick

<>ar<. j add to their already splendid fleet of steamu'r tOT moss : ROPE, [Northern tmtiicky,, IL 1b a Bunce, Timothy D Malbeney, Win D the time paas pleasantly .to G the MARSHALL traveller.A. ,

Mr. jttnuti, of Louisiana, presented in- -. To Liverpool a 1-2J Pr Ib. Manilia, lhJ a S Brcv/n & Duboys Mi-ra, Ants Agent for the Proprietor.

ftiurtivt) !> f Iroin I ihp Leci iaturf of that; I Ii s will gratify; our friends in Amcrira-it New York.5- c. BRED, .avy, cwi 3 41'mn Butts. E P Markham, Chas M Cbaattahocchee, March 17. 193G. 12-lf

< ,:e, ii: I 1tvr> of some provision for the de- will gr..iii'y. mote immediately! our old ;and 1o-t.I: . .... .. ... 11-l c. cvtl 5 B J Cr'.ki: & P Me Wade Miller, Ja
** Pioxidence .5 So. COFFEE, ho, lb SIIvana Cilrmacr Sarn'l W Meliitosh Jno For Sale.A .
,
iViice if .\tw-Ur1sami' atrl tli-y wt-ie refer- excellent friend, D( LJanlcn, of the .Yctc1irk
: Ib' 74 a 7IJ1iv Churchill, Capt 11 McDenr.ot, Doherty very Splendid two story DWELLING -
jx.i to I t'i' V rar Department.Mr. ; Albion, to know I hat Initial; ) corn will COTTON STATL.ME.Vr. Lust 1b 1 aCA'DLES CrJvsIm, h.ViIliS Aiixqma, \VnJ'raley ;;; HOUSE, situated in the most airy

0.v.jirc'eutptl! a remonstrant*.'* fiom '' shorily be as popular r.ti ;artjt le of loud oil VKAT Srm, lb 3u a 33CORDAUE CarmaciStevens 3c.Cnwey McKnevx.Z W 213a'rer __i_ _*nd pleasant part ot that delightful wa-

t1im' kflC'il fi'llTliifii aiin t a it'ji; *;il ol tins side of I lie Atlantic t .is it has long been Stock on hand lt Sept .. .. ....4lleceutd 2b.dmmtIa; lb a liiI1t9n Newell, Juo tcr4 j,lace, St. J. sephs. The house is built m
.... ... ), lb 11 129'.trrod
-1-40-j
butm'ii's. which hex !tnneil in thf other. The doctor's admirable p-i-t Seln-a ; a the best manner with folding doors, three
rooms
.h'- fis :in' 4 J 4n worthy ** ire vion.-Jv. .. .. .S3,070) lb 12 a 14CT1)1R. Little Berry Niel, Francis
,.n ni Itr: 1 tii2! iiHinifi'. \V"h-rtiup*$n some( '' [p.itnpldet; )) on the economical: and uiitntious Totdl.I..bales: 81,572132113 : Nnrthrn, bl): 6 tyj aLOMESTV3 Cjvendu b, Win B Orr, Chas H and a hall on 4 floor, Kitchen, Stable, Carriagehnue

(!.- I4I46 |ii're; in ului-h v.is tli-cu> e.l virtues of maize: has excited general Exported \to1\ 3 day-.1.-t !) GOODS- Cary, A DCncnt Preble, Je.seph 2Crie and all necessary out-buiIdiRgs in good

'. .... li' otijiti? id 1 thoSf) bujii it' Ii WHS rite J; attention in England( ; the press has eulo- pieuously) : Birney
I I Tot J. .... .... . 53.P.S5 93244i : Sheetiiig.i ydi 7Tickin D.tn'1 L Palum, Rich'd The above will bs sold very low as the present
:Vil I h :i i tlii'\ wire jratite'l fur the purin" j j gi:i'ed I it ; its lecipes, Inxebeen pot I I in piactic.d 1I 1- i yii 121 a I) Caia\\dV, D B Peajjue, Nathaniel owner intends leaving the country.

** o1 ( iiiiiti: ;a nursn'V (Ii t seamen. I ; opraion.* ). and, at no distant (la) Indian; j On ban-land on shipboard! not ceireu23.l37! C.mti.r1ds, y'J 1-4 a 22Cico Crorkit'f, %%':n Pattoii, JnoPleasar.ts Persans wishn.g to have a utamer retreat,

Mr. Mien calle;
ado lot I tint nnin.Jti.in < f tile Urecoti de-1! I can exports. HHPCHTS CF COTTON FROM APALACIIICCLA !)LT ll'ii Jedfls, yd yd,! 23 13 a a 2)53 Crbttt, Niac JCnxrkett Powell. R'.bt W fid hi g arid hu iting are enjoyed in the greatest

bit, uljicli h.ul iiov been cnnliijucil 45 i iir. Dusine-s generally is diii!. The Money UIL1UCIiig ll Syi! jiuher. lc43---and =.tlie DYES,, Logwd, Campa4ir, torI Ezekiel Peabody, Cot Ja3 D perteutioo, will do well to apj.lv so< n to

di' | market, Iroiii the various rinses at \vhich we time in Ir4l._ _ _ .. St. Dutnino, tnrmFotic Ou:, Cat Smith C Pratt, Capt Win 2 march 10 WOOD & CO, 3i Water-st.
------
> Mnieh ail saisl tint a number of Sen- ; have glanced elsewhere, is i in a very nn-at-t WHITHER v.rrTEo. j Pa.-t IPrexi- TOTAL I ? ton Cleric of Circuit Court Robert, Dan'l Fine Liquors.

the ,ni anil i With fifteen millions of davoiiiv. I'i1flfl.I hiiiIigo. II.) Ciiadbournc, Sata'lDIVH Richard", John G
;atuM were yt't lopeak on ? ject, ,; >f.ictory stale. CONRIGNMEN'J. received a superior -
FLOUR Northern hbI 13 51) 7 00VeHelfl
.I 153jo .l ooi'1.2T755lidviv a ON
Vita
here w.is tm nce>>ity for fixing I .1 ws! ; iceJ tu l< y the matttr :iide fur the of I the I committees of I I the Hou-I of Commons :;amtz ( J "i 1279 FISH, C4)d, box 2 51) a 4 5) D-catur, Jai Cognac and Pale Cinac Br-cdy, Holland Gin.

,I "et(. on I the various railroad I puijccts before I Truvte"j.! |! |. !! !! .. .! !ii37 Mackerel. No. 1, hhl1 a 12 ( () Dyer, Daniel Robinson, Wm WRobnson Port Wine, Maderia and L. P/Maderia Wine,

.. .. .. .... . No.2 bhl BOO 7tY Dj-iiel! Elizabeth C VimDLint
'Ir.Ch timers!: of Mi-sjs5ppi.nnde: ;i ,. it could hardly be otherwise, liuias ... . ... a ) Champagne Wine, &c- &c. for sale at imporkr'sprices
very Omher1orts..I j: |. . lTot.il l- -. No. 2, bbl 5 00 a 6 001IE11TJNG : Martin Rusk &. Co, HDriin4 for Cash only, by
(iJ -ercii on tiie Oie ou que-lion, m in the ( get their acts, the ;
o1iuiI.ITIICS Redd Dan'l
{ j money H A
,
to For. Port?.}. ....j.l-vwii .1SM J.2 17:) boxj : March 28 F. KOPMAN.
!>L1'ptt1; | ) of Ameiican' rights, and also in iavor will! find its way i into cire uIt ion. The evii. FRUIT, Alnmonds, Ih 0inh.tti: Jdine- Ryan, Daniel
?Cevv Yorl: ... .... ia:5:
; 2 W22J.26 >OSBotoii Raisins, 2 75 a 3 0)Priirm' Notice.
(lI .4 C'ItI f4tt1j'.C Of) 4 9. however pressing is only t temporaiy, and ... .. ... .... .....! .fefif] ) .s419<; ..2'Mfi7Pii lb Daniel, Sob ira Raney, Daniel wanted for sundry accounts of lor.g

Mr. S'-vier IM th- tl-ior fur to-niorrow. J we Ill tit even be content i to bear ;p.tiie.nti\m >vidpnce . .... ... .. .'. .4>9D.. .4 1!)! .(5.5.) Currants, Ib 14 11Fmg Diniel, Amanahf.iijlas Roderguiz, Felipi CASH All interested will take

la ''be! House, the Hill t*er r.iii2Z; two rifle what we uancot avoid. The aweyts are Pin I jdeljmid .... .... |. .....I .41'l .410j. .1347H druni1 ; Tbcrnai Setzer, Isaac T! 2 persons
,*.. ... . ... ; Elliot, B W Summerlin, Nadham due notice and govern them elve accordingly, cr
re.mltnt,, wax fart i>er iii< ru s J. 21 r. Adied 1ii 1- hereafter to be t.ited.cf ti mi-) .16fi2 I fi2.l| "j3N.'w Lemons, box
O.uis! .. . ... .22 .22H .22-)0'-'. .5673: F1'lls.: Otter, Footer, David Salter, Vim I w ill dun them personally.
; iiai.is! i an jjuporlatii uie -a e .
> Curreot4deaec the Ch.rVj.ton Evening XKiV Utl.rjftr..i..I 1fjIrut : : FEf71EIS, lb Fortune, J R Snow, T M March 2S PETER HOBART.
(toni rfif I e-uleut, be.irina I WEST, M.rch 19 134C. : .395.63o7l Ojt b'i-h t aCorn Franklin, P J SchliJtter! JnoSummons.
Per Oclavia from New Orleans-
uil PI 1 1 transmitted to ihe Senaie lin* 41 bush 1ii
lay. : aGr.SS Fit-emaii 2 F M
The ship; Sonilipurt, ( inffiiii.m in.i-.tfr, | ; ,. 7. .5 Capt Benj
.9.32-ti
l! -.is |trtiper lit iCIer lh.- f.t.al !]jni-1inuj!i oo 'fTIftvs. bo':. ti It) 0) Francis, FerdinandFo Souper, Djvid RECEIVED as above a choice selection of
tir j 1MI! nun! :h.' m'MiiWja shnui i4! have li.ul from vour ;pott bound t In Apalai.hieola. r.iu ; -- -- 11 V. cwt 1 Oa a I 23 >t, T G Sweet, Jas L and Provisions; also, a
ali uc on the niht i of 3rd i m-i. at the Tortii hIDES Green, lb 3 3Lrv
a
of and
tre-h Summer
3.1 oylr1 i.ity ijt ascerMHiii 2 wliat the; pie.nacicr it 11; lb Gray, Bnthe'i D Slider, Jno Tobias supply Spring Clothing,
m.;. She received assistance; (torn the country, alfloN made in the latest s'yle, for sale by
C S I "f lhaT nit">s, e u'a-,. As ; t .. LilI-h! lb .i 3Sw.cis GriIarzi, Theadore 3 Sand, Capt W up
MII icks and art ivdii lire on Tue-d.iy eve- Gardner Norton N S Jas B GIBSON & CLAPP.
,idvi | it his lb .5 61Tooi arr,
pttnt '.pi w.is inte'Uiou to vnn* a
ni"z List the 10th, com'.intt1 to 1'. A. I'URT APALACIIICOLA. . April 4. lb a SShit Granthatn, C Stole, Ransom March 21 22 Water street.
:: L the 1 Dill; but. if til* l're-i lent should ] -
b41 1 ro Wtii. but t the Ca pti; i n attended i to his CLEARED: lb S a 10 Green, Capt D Smith, Capt J Washington County.
ide coinmuiiication lieuinc !
lit teieiNjiy
any : own diF rs. The ca .e was t tried uti Thursday MarHi! 30-Phip Oo SkoIfi-M! SkolrieU, for Nail llod II, 6 a 74 Gerhard, Andrew Stockd ale, Thomas TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.

11 of ns pa '; !;e, ii '-hotili] receive liie 12th. au l the court awarded to sal- N } <>rk. by NoT1rP. Stone i: Co. Ca-ting.Atnerican, lb 4 a 6 Grearso, Capt J Sullivan, P 0 be sold on the second Monday in Sep

lii> ht,<;iiy .ncjirreucc.: Ou fill's su eN- j vor the -'imn of :J3OLVIi.mt rice she had Bilk Miry Kimluil, Gregory, for Boston, by LUMBER-1.o irds. Whi; Pine, G.iwl, Fell Sprague, Lorenzo WILL next, ((14th) at the Court-house
ti' n. :!-ojiuiittee? and the; iIuue D B Vv'ooJ V Co.chr .
rose WmStephens
Gray, Michael Savage, door Roache's Blurf in
at Washington ,
county
was disposed of at private s.i'e; at 4J.1; From > Chri-riani. S'o'-f*. for Bo-ton. Yellow M 7 00 a 10 00Stisc
ai! \\ithin the usual hours of sale, the fallowing
the repun' of the survey ors, \\ Ito had a OrI.j Vrtijt O.k H'ads, M Halv, Moses Ta\lor, Milton to wit :
: :a VY.ja--r Siyuh's C Tim *. sin1 has received no material: ; injury save tl'.u r '. "
iro iaa ? ]
v heading \I Hnbbard Trios A
Aril 2-Bri; LCopelanJ! Baker for N York, Capt Terry, Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lying
COMMERCIAL. loss of her fuse keel. lihc aj'tled on the by I 1) B Wood \c ('n.Iir LEAD, Bir, lb a 6 Hopkins Stephen A Tucker, Joel in Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of

There Ins been several x pnsi\e failures 17th fur New ( )reans. k At.bv! Francis, Bravfon for Havana Sheet, lb L) a 12uIE Hall & MOS.US, Messrs TalrnanVH the estate of Jacob A. Bbckweli, and to be sold

in L'i-di: ami Liverpool. I In the latterpce The tin; Abbey! Anp-li i, from New Yoik A;>nl :l Siii! ; Mananna, Phillips, for New York, MOLASSES., bbl gii 27 a 23 Hall, IIHa Tay, BenjTti'der for the taxes for the year 1S43. '

; ( oieiJse, 3Ics'Stoi-U'Sile: and i I in bail.i t, which I was recently relieved by by McKay: A: Hirrs-hurne. NAVAL STORES, Pitch, b'1: 20O a 25)Odknmn ) ty, Jno D Sarah AUo, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-

"ii \\i"' imt-t extcn-ive
lhi 2Tr HolmeAllen Wilhrd, Capt John L'Iackstone, and lo be sold for the taxes
it is sinl i-i thr norlil, hne iimv! iuck<. paved the salvors: the Mini of I 5)) a
Mispen- ARRIVED. bbl 25 a S ) Hedg?, Milton P Whipple, James K 2 for the year IS45.
kJ 5500.) lhe h.is since been : .nul,
PIMMC"1 !!'. Their iMJiiiHiea are little repaired March :CO-Ship Bouchard, Blanchard! from NAILS. h.g 43)) 5O ) Hirt, Cajt Jno Williamson. Garrit Also, fcrty acres of land, lung in Holmes
"bort 01' lull million The faiIi.re sailed a few days a 'i for Aitakaji: ; L i. ( OILS Lneed, giI 1 ( ) I 23bottIe Hatred Vim Ri'ch'dWade
-A o: ni-nit-y. tI1-Z4)w a B Wallace, Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Rus.
vm:i owii2: to ihft ;! s-j of tIC; :Mon The bri; Moxy of Tinima-tnn. fiom Nv :Shij) Tu-kina, Wilnm! fm Livrpool.l 5 a 57Stwrm H-.xie, J B Samuel L and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1545.
Orle.i'i bound to with a caigo ofj l ,' MtM:luv-ri; (i ite fm jTew Yor's.' g.iI I 12 a I 30Lird Hill! Tobias
matket; WiNon James of land
'y ; .uj.J to their cun
u jj-ji,,, .ITf, their| jiner. Ttjis reat; fat- j j staves, artived here on Monday imst. t the Diliin GUow Match, 3-to| l UWood Kiitrn 5 Pivble Co. Perkiu-, from 'J'.inner3', gilC.iinr. Hill!, Jno WILtines Walker, Jno levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to
I.21e; i I Itirts t. ami consigned to A. F. Tift. She : Jon W Wilsr.n Jas II be sold for the 1S4"
,
i&Pri9usly iuvolvptl several firm*, > Siitp; ro'i! lluckn Ii In* draped dots *oiue hnif duicn tan a Iioie on Toituuns and was l istptl by V.'onJ sC.. PROVISIONS, Pork, Mo 1)1)112 5i l: Hunter, Henry Watts Capt L L 2 Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, lying -

>r h ] Lii ool DuirtiuciiT r>loop-) > Plume I and Convoy, I together I with i Ajiril; 1-llri Al.ibinn, AH,-n, fm New York. I' M 0. hId I I 5 a 12 0') Haley, BHclly Wil>on, Chas in Holmes* Valley levied on as the property
mvs. The i *'n> StedinTw*, Uyni-ar, fm Clnttahnocheet Print?, b!, ii on a 11 3m) .Mis* S B Wood, Jno W of Henry Ahrens, and to be sold fcr the taxes for
the from smacks. The
I t two ; Case was
IH s-.iir-rs; to the K\tent of more than crews > atit-rCitiV>ii>. .CailvvHllad'r.' fm Columbus. Bacon h1mm lip 9 a !HjrNon, Wm LHodge Wright, EbsnWiUon the veer 1543.

.C1Ut.IJu.) and the result lias t een to seni l lf lif-artl on Saturday the llih. and the court .tean"r! A .bm'mv. Gnii'ni. fm Albanv.Steanvr I' canvassed, IIiI 10 a II *, Sam K Sam'l JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff,

iIi Sl4rt (,t that establishment almost to has: awaiiled the salvO! S SoO, on bri and Cclunb-i-: iiarraH, trnm Colimbis.SleuiiKT.ldry "4' Sides, Ib! .t 7 J'ne, Daniel L Wrfll, Francis and ex-o3icio State Tax Collector.

i4t.Th | cargo-the whole bem valued I at SllOO.i A .luoreMoore, fin Eufdula..Mi Shoulders, 1.n Ib! 5'c a BLD 91m'rrEn J'n.'s' RubertS 3 Waricker, Henry A March 25, 1546. lo-6m::

waihrrin Enjland continues nnun- !i The satgt' will be paid by sale of cargo, :MO II AX DA. Itj 1 a 25CvitE'E Jeter, W' A "VtIker. Jon ViJ1ne

all> mill, mJ the fail nvake and the vessel will rettmi Itt New Orleans; lb S a 1UP1)1 henry Younr, Philip R Notice.
; eJfect
cannot to Spoken bv the 5r'ii'n. March
tli.p 23 ofF
Gun kr'zs 1JiJI 2 M) 3 5i'lPi.NUTz Ptrs-ons for of the above let- be sold, under a decree r>f the Court
it1f kit lir. ship York, Dixon, ma-iei (Vom N. a :: calling any WILL
thf
on cnnvinj crops. Vfjei.i- .K--, ship .vatara, of Pinladeiphia, 5j( days from buli -lii a 43t tcr will pieasa they are advertised. t Chancery, on the FIRST MONDAY in
twa i Orleans with a a of t'JloO bales nf (Jot- say
is extPin-ly forward ; and, during the cargo. Li\erponl for New Oileai-s. Mnn-hSl?, off Dou- t: ICE, Cvt' 5 tJ a 6 li') JOSEPH; S MAY, P. M. APRIL next, in Iront of the Exchange, Lot
flJths of j: ton and 3400() lihis.! of, Flour, Iris j ju-t atriv SPICES Ctrim "
Jaou.iry and Feliruarv.; we a- be! lie dd Shot KPV*, ship Ontario of WisOdSiet, 1b 21 a 23CIove. No 6, Block D-2, in the city of Apllachicob,
tIe4rrj lj I lt iuicli ol \1 iy. rie! .*d. having been ashore on Lommg Key reef.j 1 frtirn r.w ton. for New Orleans. lb ::37k a 31)Gir1gtr ) Auction.BY. with the tenement standing thereon, commonly

*mttr at! ,-ilipr j' She ran a-hon on Tuesday ev.'n'mj: last, root, lb 9 a 10 HEZ. R. WOOD known as the City Hotel."
i has
< befii of I the mo't'Unwinterly Auctioneer.
tme
I Spoke! by the ship EbtMi Preble! Fil,. 27, Lut. ground, lb I 1 aNmitmneg
i .March 17th, anwas! taken oil after dis Terms-One-third Cash, and the balance"inn
be sold
> on Saturday, 1Kb
on r.cord.Ve allude lo II1' lb 2 12 a 2 3m) WILE April, on
2-1 Lon CG;
r5ntis.li Tu kar
rcum,t.iice here fur the of stating |i charjjin I some 400! bsles Cotton I j into ICeyi z ship = 41 days from ), r, lb I a 21)) premises at 11 I oVl..ck, A M. the improvements tes of one and u\o years. Fuither terms to'oa

that, as regards the jiroilucn purpose of time (lit-lil, i West and Ltrlloiv. She is coiibigneil to Liverpool, for iv.vanr.ah. IV-- -. SUGAR, N. Urkan ll 6 a 74 on Lot 5, block C, 2d rangt*, Commerce made known on the, day ol sale.T. .
.
the O'Hara A: Wells. Old Cf1) ) N. 0. it B a 7 street, confuting of" li story Home, in H. AUSTIN, )
'Bull is most disco urn sin;;, and fears LIST OF VESSELS IN POUT. Loaf, lb 12 a 14 C. H. AUSTIN Cotnrn'rs.Apalachicola -
gi-od repair at Thos. Davis. ,
fur l sailed this for present occupied by
hi j
tne The iijr Moxy morning
future are in SALT, Liver1i.ol rack 1 ho 1 12C.itrzer March 2U
1 Already iipermost| a Alsc.-Household and liar Room Furniture. 1546. 13-2t
rnetm' -> tuitids. If the prevailing mildiif> issuccee.le.l I Ito Ne\v Oile.ms. Nothing further. In ha.ste. Huron. \ik. 514 ton=, for Liverpool, loading : bUhI 62 t 73 Terms at sale. WOOD &, Co,
be I Yours, J. A. T.Finx J Piv ''C Co. STEEL, Cart, cwt IS (II) a 25 0)) Lumber.
ilI by fro t. the youn wlieiite ; Blanch ird, HI-riHi srI, ton-*, for Bo-ton loading Gtrman, c.I 12 t'') a 15 IX'OAI' ) April 4_3-2 Water sf. JUST received 00,000 feet Yellow Pine Lum

-riMMy! perhaps irrelrievjibly, exftlltre I "Si ROBKRT.: "-We learn -I D IJ Wood !c Co and Huzbee 'c [Howard :- 11)1 54 a (; Groceries Goods Ac. aborted qualities. Aloon hand 30,000
Posed? be no frost, the curse of ve- : versus Tuskina, \Vilhams 429 tons, fm Liverpool, wait- S1'1LUT Brandy. Cognac, gaIt 2 30 a 3 50 Dry at t feet White Pine,assorted from } to 2 inch, which
from \Vashingion) that I (Gen. Felix i Grun/ly i, Gin Ifoliatid gal I 3m) 1 73 Auct I o ii.
> vermin, will produce rven wor>e '] in -Ma-ter. a will be sold low for the cash, brPETER
In i McCoimell, is violently :md vindictively op. Alexander, Leeds, 591 ton?, fm Havre, loading Armiriean, gil 40 a12 HEZ. R. WOOD, Auctioneer. HOBART.
the futire
eitlfrr
ok* cld.iy, 5th in .onproiMuiiijj. F'ort uniiely. thc irn- i the Daunt! -*, Roqere, 693 tons, fm Liverpool, dis- 1ect. gsi: 2-I a 2.3Alcotiul at our store, 32 Water street a yard,
Walker. ,
Robert on just re.son ,
porunon f i very after this dite unless paid for, or a written order
2r wnn. will te low-fur the slidm--scale will ale and democratic ground, t that in said bill I I, Urgent, Rng-r, 622 tons, for Liverpool, loading SKINS, Pear, 1 30 a 2 01) Terms Cash. WOOD & Co', Ir_m1i responsible person. March 23
be so the democratic beverage, brandy! is chaigedi Master. [) er, 7 a 9shoT.
contracted in its that it April 4 3-2 Water st. Saddlery for Sale at Cost
and
.tn hardly movements ;i with a duly of 75 per cent, whin/ the aristo- 1 f Solon, BucktMin, 540 ton, fm Havre, waiting all sizes, lb 5 a 6'cTOBAC.ti _
lit' aiil lo ftlide at all-ar l the 1 I) U Wood A: Co. ( lb 12 a 75 Charges.TTAVIN'G .

jransinis iuii of br..id stiiir*" Ii) this coo n- j! cratic wines are charged only ;30 per cent. Eben Preble, P-rki'i 5-i6 tons, fm GIa2cw. TEA, Vun; IISOflj lb 45 a I 0)oucriong ) To dis osed the of Public.entire stock of on hand an assortment of Saddles,

cannot fail. under such circumstances, !! :Mac <:avs he cannot support such an i niq uI- :i xviitin?-D Wood A: Co. lb 50 a 75TI HAVING to'Mr.mv LJL Biidles, &.c. &c I will dispose of them as
F. bell
aid Medicnes H. A
N .
10 bill I for hranity-muml-nat is good Cordova Lowell 332 for New York ,
|lrove' a | tons ; ; er tons, loading above for cash.
: Profitable investment. The sea- < TWINE I3aling lb IS ill retiring Iroin the business, I take occasion to
2)Seitme
)
Dod A Iriit.BRQCF.S.. a
$" emuigli for folks. Champagne is so insii e : On hand a fine Buggy and Harness which will
run i in cycles, and if thc indifferent poor lb 41) a 5) return to the public, my friends and customers, .
tin harvest of last year is to be followed i i pidih( I I .1 u t he cannot la-leit i in his itmout h. He : Due de Orleans Robertson, fin New York, waitin WINES, Vaderia, gal I IX) a 3 01)CIiinm1tgne my thank- for the patronage they have bestowed be sold for cash. '
March
by a bitndar, calamity daring the ;: says I that brandy-and-water; particularly; Master; _,_ doz1II) (JO a 13 01) upon the establishment while under my control ; 23 P. HOBART,
present ___ .t- """
star.L" a S ret t safety valve will be found in brandy, will go doicn in his district, but he'll Robert Watt, Johnson, tons for Liverpool. ; and I lake pleasure in recommending successor A Card.

ea'm' iM be lunged if I this T.irifl'[ Hill s I I will go down at loading-Hill. Dawson A: Co B. S. Hawlcy, to them as worthy of their patronage and solicit undersizned having purchased fram Mr.

n Rtatumary sliding scale. We arecroakers : The industrious( laboring road-work Cumberland, Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool, FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, for him a continuance of the custom heretofore THE S. Hawley his entire stock of Drugs,
nor have we any desire lo loadin;-J Day vV; Co. .Cor. Water and Chestnut strrf-t.-
won't such invidious distinctions. so librslly extended to me. Medicines, Paint*, Oils, Glass Ware, Shop Fur
?noM.cate ing people! permit Euclid, Utvison, 501 tons fm Berbice, loading 4
evil bad harvest is the April Apalachicola Fa.
a
; ,
March 1 B. S. HAWLEY. niture &c. will continue the business Wholesale
: at
beaviei' .[-Mobile Daily Advertiser Bugbee & Howard and Ls Fred E Dugas. _
calamity which Heaven can inflict and Retail, at the old stand corner of Water
Pflacountry. We are merely >oimnng i BPJGS. NOTICE- ix months after date, I will apply OA BASKETS London Club Champagne ; and Chestnut srs,and b*-. leave to to his friends
I p
Out The Hon. John McLean, of the U. S. 'New York Hon. Probate Court of Fr: n'tlin \ say
tIi. Ptobable efFects Pioneer, He rn, 2">0 tons for loading \J 500'J: Regalia Sears, for sale by a-id former of establishment! that'hii
of an extraordinary ountv, for a final dbchanre from the patrons
I1'Ysieal' Supreme Court, who was elected a short DodzPratt.. adrnirustraliou April 4 B. S. HAWLEY.
The f&t. i time since President of the American BibleSiitim.iy Metam.; (file?, 195 tons, fm New York, xvaitin of the estate of Amorv' Ro pr*, decei eil stock i is complete, embracing every article U nally
scarcity of Money has; been imUnzthJi ?-Mater. B. T. CARO. AilinV.BEXJMN Ilnvnua Segal's.TA kept in Southern Dm* Stores, and from arrange-

jt in llle Cotton market. During I j has declined t the appointment, on J< Aab! tin 1, Allen, 271 tons, fm New York, watt ELLISON, Aeft.Ap.il.ichirnl AHA BEST Havana Secar*, for sale mei,N recently efiected,will bd regularly sttpplieij
: the ground that his public duties occupy all ing-MaMer. I u'j'J'j by WOOD & Co, with fresh staple articles.
fjrltl'S' the l market has been dull. t, April 4'lSH. 1 1
Wish his tune.0:7w ApiiU 33 Water st. Phy ieian- Planters, Coa.rtry Merchant* and.-
bai. "ding prices, and matters would of the Commercial Bmnz of Macon re- Clover Seed. others will find it to their interest to call and ex.*

ttbeen remained '" lllisle'bar' ic state, had it : We will state, for the information of BILLS? at par for Goodi at the lowest cas* A FEW prwmd-i of large Red 'Northern Clover Congress Spring Water amine his stock and prices. All orders will be

ritr fur the arrival, on Monday, of the those who are not aware of the fact, that prices, byMarch Seed, for sale by TtJST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by promptly attended to in person bv

>ck Henry, which sailed on the 6ib, Indian corn is good food for horses. 21 B. ELLISON fc Co. April H. F. ABEL. It, March 31 J. C. ALLEN' March l, 1SW. H. F. ABELL.



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Proclamation New Dry Goods ataI Notices. SlJmh i tr toru' lottos. Drugs and l'fIedlclnes-: I

BY THE GOVERNOR. THE SUBSCRIBER having just received and I THE subscriber has, and .jn !

of the provisions of an act of the his splendid stock of NEW DRY AT CHAMBERS" MARCH 16, 1546. NOTICE-After six month's publication of constantly have,on handa eon lete I

:BY'Virtue Assembly of this State, entitled, GOODS. at his store adjoining the Drug Establishment Franklin Circuit Court.IN I shall apply to the Judge of assortment of DRUGS and MEDl j

..,An Act to organize the Militia of the State ofFlorHU of J. C. Allen, respectfully invites the CHANCERY. Probate, for Franklin county, to be dischargedfrom CINES, which he will warrant: tmjl;'

," approved December, 1S15, I, WILL- public to call and examine for themselves. Alphonse Loubat, the administration of the estate of OliverC. and of the best quality. Coontrr

lAM D. MOSKLT: Governor of Florida, do hereby Among this new stock, are the following articles, vs. Raymond,late of said county, deceased. Merchants and Planters will find i

Proclaim that an Election will be held' on the viz:- George 'V. Harrison and Margaret BEN. F. NOURSE, to their advantage to call, examine and price kk

First Monday in April next (or all the Division, Calicoes, beautiful patterns and latest fashions; Emma Harrison, his wife, March 23, 1S4G. Adm'r. de bonia non.iSOTICEKnow Goods, before purchasing elsewhere. .

Brigade, and Regimental Officers of the Militiaof Mousline deLaines and Fancy Ginghams; David G. Raney and Harriet F. the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion Bil N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with I
all interested that ,
and article for Ladies'Dresses persons FOR 1 and at hour of the
Amiens care ;
the State, as follows: a rare splendid accuracy any day or nieh
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hudson and nervous Headache, Constipation, .
of the First Division of .1 six weeks from the date of Ibis notice, I J. ALLEN"
For one Major General ; Alexander and Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism Gravel ,
McAlpin will apply to his honor the Judge! of Probate ror Flatu-
of that of Silk and Worsted Shawls March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce
the State of Floridacomposed part ;
Ogden Haggerty, Assignees of Bill to fore- lency, &.c. For tale wholesale and retail tj.
; the of Franklin, for letters of administration : by
county
River. For Ladies' and Gentlemens' fine Worsted and
'the State West of the Suwannee one Balsam of Liverwoj'*
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort- upon the estate of Stephen T. Skillman, de Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggi4.
Second Division of the Cotton Hose
Major General of =the ; Bogart and JohnrN. Hawthorn, on lots REMEDY most perfect M said
of that of the A fine assortment of Domestics of various gage; ceased. SILAS DAVENPORT. Tarrant's A now take
State of Florida, composed part and Compound Extract of discovered in settled !
constituting thorfirm of Bogart Nos. P Consumption
Apalachicola Fa. 6, 1516. 10-Gvv Urtr
: March
River and known widths and colors
State East of the Suwanee as ; & Hawthorn ; David Maitland, 12 in block Cubebs and Copavia. Complaint! or any of their incipient syrnptcir/!

East and South Florida. Jaconet, Swiss and Figured Muslins\ ; David S. Kennedy, Henry LaEl, in the I -Six months after date I will apply I Stand* unrivalled for its on the Chrono-Thennal system, by the tseTr

For one Brigadier General for the first Brigade, Cotton Laces; Insertingsol numerous patterns; verty James S. Branden and city of Ap- NOTICE Probate Court of Franklin County, efficacy; it performs a cure Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine,' the

composed of the Militia west of the Apalachi- Ladies' fine Caps of all kinds; Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola.the for a final discharge from the administration and '4 in a few day*-no confinement Genuine BALSAM OF LIVERWORT,which be

ola. For one Brigadier General of the second Children's ditto, ditto; firm of Branden & Murray ; office of executor of the estate of David Rich- : 1f \ or restriction in diet, pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatnSrnow
Brigades! composed of the Militia cast of tho Red, Yelow] and White Flannels; Crumby and Dra- ardson, deceased. is necessary. It will be espoused by several eminent physicians *'

. Apalachicola and west of the uwane-e. For Gentlemen's and Boys' fine Hats and Caps; per- constituting the firm of E. B. WHITMARSH. ; invaluablebeing prepared and has been for a long time, the secret of,th w. '

one Brigadier General of the third Brigade, composed Gents. Lamb's-wool Under-shirts and Drawers; Crumby & Draper ; Wil- Feb 21, 1S46. S- m .-; i4\j : with the greatest j unparalleled success which has attended Doctor

of the" Militia of the counties of Columbia Silk and Straw Bonnets; son and Gale, visible I t. possible rare, upon well Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful

Alachut, Levy, Marion, Benton and Hills- Umbrellas and Parasols; partners of the firm of Wilson, NOTICE-Six months after date the under ; I J tested principle, 1 f unded cures, which in many, very many cases, hat
"borough. Far one Brigadier General of the Beautiful Ribbons; Cord and Tassels; Gale &. Co. and James Brown. will apply to the Judge of Probatefor upon ,that important law, been almost incredible but the conclusive

fourth Brigade, composed of the Militia of the Alapacas, &c. &c. &c. appearing to the satisfaction J of the Court, the county of Jackson, for a final settlementof .,,-.i first established by (the celebrated the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible proofi
Duval St. Johns with general and well selected IT the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said -. and
counties Nassau, Orange Together a that the above named defendants do not reside Dr. Fotdyce, viz: we advise all who may have coughs or sinpU
St. Lucie, Dade and Monroe. assortment of within the State of Florida but within the county, and a discharge from the office of Exec- I that a combination of similar colds even, to Use this perfect specific
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For one Colonel, one Lieutenant Colonel, and. Ladies' fine Boots and Shoes; United States; It is therefore ordered, that pub utrix of the last will and testament of siid de- remedies would produce a more certain, delay.u says a mall leak will without sink i

one Major, for each Regiment, as follows: Gentlemen's ditto, ditto; lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser, ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN, I speedy, and considerable ellect, than any equivalent big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs befcrj

For the first Regiment composed of the Militia Boys' ditto, ditto; once a week, for the space of four months, of the December 20, IS.15.: Executrix. dose of aty: sn:
of Escamhia and Santa Rosa counties. Gentlemen's Ready-made Clothing, consisting of institution (If said suit, requiring them to appear OTICE-The undersigned having recently disease entirely prevented by its timely applica J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent forApalachicola :
of the Militia Frock and Box Coats N
For the second Regiment, composed ; (tion. For sale hv
and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or qualified as administrator:: on the estate of : ;
Walton and Washington!:!: counties.- Fine Sattinett and Casshnere Pantaloons; before the expiration of that time or said bill Henry Josey, late of Jackson county deceased, Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN Drtlz:i ist, &c. CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLOH'I '
third of the Militia Coarse Gotten ar.d Worsted ditto -
For the Regiment composed ::
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; will be taken as confessed against them and such requests all persons who are indebted to said estate BALSAM OF LIVERWORT\ has on the bottle :
and Calhoun counties. Fine Satin and Worsted Vests.
Franklin
of further order given in the premises as to the to come forward and make immediate pay- splendid steel plate: engraving, to prevent counterfeits
.For the fourth Regiment, composed of the Militia And tor the Juveniles, a splendid assortment of
Court may seem meet.A ment ; and those to whom said estate is indebted signed by Curdon J. Leeds, any other it
of Jackson Pictorial Books and of all \
county. Toys descriptions. ( Copy Tpste.. ) to present their claim* within the time prescribedby vile dangerous imitations, and the public are
of the Militia with various other I
the articles
For fifth Ragimenr, composed Together too numerous -
Clerk. cautioned to
WILLIAM VALLEAU, law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, not purchase or deal in it, asitil
of Gadsden county. to mention; all of which the subscriber offers March 20, 18-16-12-4 m Marianna, Nov. 4, 1S45.: [6m] Adm'r. protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws. \ '
For the sixth Regiment, composed" of the Militia at low prices for CASH only. March 21, 181' 12-ly \
of Leon and Wakulla counties. N. SEYMOUR. Franklin County. -The undersigned having recently

For the seventh Regiment, composed of the Apalachicola, Oct. 25:;, 1845. limDI.y FIRST DISTRICT JUSTICE'S COURT.. NOTICE as administrator on the estate of rj'll'nni'frenesccut: Seltzer

Militia of Jefferson county. A. G. Semmes, ) .. Carey W. Josey, late of Jackson county deceased, Aperient.

For the eighth Regiment: composed of the Goods. vs. > Attachment. requests- all persons who are indebted to said estate RENEWED, ajul an invigorated
Militia' of Madison and Hamilton counties.- THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea- Aaron B. Marvin. p to come: forward and make immediate payment HEALTH condition of body produced:

For the ninth Regiment, composed of the Militia stock of Dry Goods, consisting: in THE defendant is notified of the institution of ; and those;; to whom said estate is indebtedto t--- \ I !hy_the_use TARKAN'PS. :: EFFERVESCENT

of Columbia county. part ofNegro foregoing suit by attachment, returnable present their claim within the time prescribedby ;; Found at jLast! -A Sure Cure for SELTZER APERIENT. '
For the tenth Regiment. composed of the Militia Kerseys and Linseys, to the April term of said Court.A. law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, the Piles. I This preparation is universally: allowed lobe \1

of Alachua: Levy and Marion counties.For White and Red Flannels, G. SEMMES.: Marianna, Nov. 4, 18-15. [6m] Adm'r. arid C ieIJ.i-5! hive long been the most popular! remedy of the (present diy, forth
Plain and Fancy Jeans, March IS, IS 16. 12-am{ PHYSICIANS I ,
the eleventh Regiment, composed of the prevention and cure of Indigestion, flume
elJvl r a IlIl'di"I" c I that would :
Militia of Benton and counties. Double twilled Tweeds, of OTICE.-Six months after date I will and Liver Nervous Weakne-s
Hillsborough
Western Circuit of the State N apply cure one of the inc-st trtin1jep! diseases:! ; (the Complaints, Head-
For the twelfth Regiment, composed of the Super fancy CasalIleJ'es.SIJI'er Florida. to the Probate Court of Franklin coun- II' ache, Heart! urn, habitutl CoMivene-iJcc. ",
4 Piles. Success hns :.t lust: !1rthe: n-ult. Dr.JACKSON'S
Militia of Duval and Nassau counties. Erglish and French Cloths, IN FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT. ty for a final discharge from the administration of Traveller.-! and re.-ulents: in warm climates will
PILE nMartocATio.v not
For the thirteenth of the Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs. the estate Joseph C. Bnrdsall. only stops find i it desirable article it
Regiment, composed a :
D. Darden A it by attachment. ; prevents any accumulation -
ar.d niLmmatii
Dunn Blankets 8 9 and 10 Henry sump all bleeding, allays 'pain : sub
,
Militia of St. Johns, Orange and St. Lucic coun- Denims Kremlins and qrs. Plaintiff.: Sum demanded, ELLWOOD BURDSALL. dues that intolerable! itching, but e.Tc-ctually!; ot" bile i H portable, and the method of
Cottonades
Apalachicola, Nov. 1, IS.15.: is convenient.
: cun'I I preparation; unusually Children
ties.For Brown and vs. 1 11,359 12. like a charm, and in a VI ry -.hort time, '
Shirting Sheeting,
the fourteenth- Regiment, composed of the Daniel McDougald, Bond filed in $'21QUO. ,-- -. have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
lives have been rendered
Cotton Osnahurgs, -- ---- -- ---- - -- whose; : mnentbta for
Militia of Dade and Monroe" counties. purgatives; they: : will take this aperient in
Cotton and Defendant. State Tax Collector's Sale. For sale by J ALLEN, pre-
And I do order that said Election be held at Drilling Ticking, years. ft'r""l'f to another. Sold! wholes.dear.d retail by
Linen- ond Cotton Checks defendant and all others interested will PUBLIC NOTICE i is: hereby given; that six Sole Agent for Apalavliirola. *
the in the several- [ counties at which } THE Nov .'.. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist. &r.
precincts ,
Irish Linen, Shirring.and Sheeting, notice that this suit was commenced JL months after date I will expose to sale at March 2S, IS JO. 13-1:aUSI -----
the general election?, on the first Monday of October Bleached- Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, by attachment issued 15th March, 1515, from public outcry, opposite the Court House door, --. ---- -- --- DISIJ>, lcdidncs, \c.:

last, were ordered to be held, and by the English, French and American Prints, Franklin Superior Court in the Apalachicola i in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin, 4 LARGE: aud: !fresh supply of Drills, :MediTJL .

Inspectors appointed to manage such elections); Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams District of the Territory of Florida, returnableto the following Lots, lying and being in said City, cinv-s, &1:. cmsistir.g i ; in (part ot the following

and if such Inspectors for any cause fail or refuseto Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, May Term, 1S15, of siid Court-that the said a* the property of the following persons, for ; articles :-?> doz Castor Oil, Ilt.;. p?-", aid fcf

act, then by such Inspectors as the voters present Extra super Muslin de Laine, writ hath by operation of law, been transferal to Taxes- due said State for the year 1S13, as per I SCARPA'SACOUSTIC I i |)t- ; :5 bx* Houck' Panacea ; U> bxs Olive Oil,

further at order such precincts that the returns may select.of said And election I do English, Scotch and American do. Franklin Circuit Court in the Western Circuit of plan of City. [ OIL! 40./ l kegs Epscin Salts ; 10( bbls ('.>ppcra.s; 10 l liw

thereof Super Italian black and figured Silks, the State of f Florida, that a declaration hath been :Lot.,. morlNl1 O ifn trs.Tnxtx.I ( THE CNIT CURE FOR i Gum Opium; 20 Ihs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
ma.de the forthwith
shall be by Inspectors:: Black Silk Cravats and fwncy Hkfs filed in said cause by leave of the Court at the DEAFNESS, London Mustard ; Herbs of all kir.ds; 2L(J Ibs
after the election, and directly to the Governorand \ :2 40' Campbell, $ :20 II
present Fall Term, IS 15, and that the defendant \ Nutmegs; 1-3 bxs Starch ; 2'J' bxLemcn Syrup
Commander-in-Chief of the Militia of this Super English and Pongee Silk BIds, 9 and 12 El Calhoun &, Ross, 1 GO ;
is hereby notified. t that he i is required to appear and the ''lIJ kcs Pearla ; 2 gross Stiilletz and Soda
P.uns
English and American Cotton Hkfs, IS 112R.. McKenzie 30 the cure of D.-\r.\K!-, ,
do further order that the
State.of the And various I hal, set Inspectors Madras .nd Verona head Hkf, and plead to the declaiation filed in said case according 7 and 12 Bl \Wm. Mathers or assigns 2 03 FOR? ;cs of matter troni: the K.rs Also, I P"-\\dJr-5 ; 20 Ibs English; Calomel ; 20 doz St; ts
precincts : twenty
before the election in three up, Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hfhose, to law.V.. G. M. DAVIS, 4 23 Meacharn: 40 all those disigr-'eab'p, n..i ies like; th- bu/.irg: (.1 f I Turpentine, and a general anortrnnt of all article -
days or more public
places in their election district, notice of the Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings, THOMAS H. HAGNER, 1 J H. N. :Morris, SO injects, falling If water, whi/zinc of :,:,.arn&r. I ; in the Drtu lire, for Country Merchants,

time of holding the election hereby ordered. Cotton and Flax Thread, Attorneys Plaintiff. 4 1 14 David Seldon, 53 fee., which arc-f-vmptCKP.s: ( : of api-roaching; deafness Planters and Physicians.: For sale by
Plain and Swiss and checked Muslins Dated Dec. 19, ISM; 51-3m and als' nerally attendant with the dis March 1 H. F. ABELL.
Given under my hand at the city of Tallahas- fit 6 and 71 I C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60 1 c; :

ice, this 20th day of February, 1S46.W. Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, AT CHAMBERS: DEC. :5, 1S43. 21 22 Chittenden's'Estate, 30 ease. Many persons who Inve been deal tor ten. :iiauik nooks and Stationery.T .

D. MOSELEY, Needles, Pins, Tape, &.c. &c. Franklin Circuit Court Florida. I JOHN LUCAS, SherifF fifteen and twenty year?, and were obliged to EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &..c.jJ .
Governor of Florida, and CommanderinChiefof Which have been: selected' with great care in Fall Term. I and ex-Olficio State Tax Collector. : use ear trumpets have, after min; one or two 50) reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;

the Militia thereof. Feb 2S 9-te I New York and Boston from importers and Agentsof IN CHANCERY. I. Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 1 S If). 4-Grn I bottles, thrown aside: t'leir' trumpets, b.ung made! Cotton, Memorandum! Book-;
Manufacturers, at t the lowest market rates, and perfectly well. Pinsichps: c:i.d Surgc-uis highiy Bills
and River
offered John Gorrie, ) On bill to foreclose about to close their present business, its For sale hv Ship Lading;
wholesale
Iron, Nails, Vc. are now at or :etail on favorable BEING recommended u-;e. Boook tor Letter Press.
TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes, terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. vs. j mortgage on certainLewis now otFer for sale their large J C ALLEN, Sule Agent Blank; : Bills of Exchange and Checks
20 P. Moseley, and property, to wit : Lots and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots Shoes, for ,
100 kegs Nails, do. Nov. 29, IS45. 41 Water street. March 25 13-ltn Apalavmvla.Ca3 : Just icceived and for sale
his wife Ann llnseNo.9 and 2 in Block by
Hats &c.at reduced for
Caps, greatly prices -------------- -
20 4 casks Blacksmith Weeding Steel Hoes Faced, assorted Anvils qualitie, GIBSON &. CLAPP, 22: Water street, have ley, formerly Ann I No. one, in the City of cash only. )isie "WorSc Shop.TilK i March 1 II. F. ABELL .

20 u English! and American Vises, received perschr Helen, from New Gillespie. J Apalachicola. COATS : ... .................. -nt"l'r l"r is now in readingsa 't "PAINTS AND OILS-30 kegs No 1 White j:
20 Bellows, Orleans and offer for sale IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coals; s.- A a i to in'jiinf'actnre iii\v, <.r repair od.I JL Lead; 200 e-ill[* Winter Lamp Oil; 30vsgiHs ]
12 dozen Spades and Shovel-?, 200: galls Linseed Oil; 200 lbs Putty; that the above named defendants, Levi* P. Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do. Ftirmnire, with ;'ri.r.ptiies> ; ; and t- Lir.m: Oil ; o''!) bvs assorted Glass ; 5oO Ibs Putf f

10 Collin's Axes 100 Refined Sperm Oil ; Moseley and his wife Ann Moseley, formerly Ann Sattiriet and cloth frock and sack do. spatch, and solicits the '': treage cf his od: (p-I; t> ; 100' assorted Paint Bru-he*; Black Lead !

10 bxs Cotton and \Voulen Card?, 50 boxes Glass assorted sizes ; Gillespie, reside beyond the limits of said State, Tweed cashmere sack! and frock do. ing) customers and I houe: .. by strict! ,tttl :lt i n ( Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint j'bt J

1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saw, 20 doz boxes Fa/icy Toilet Soap; but residents of the United States, to wit, the Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do. orders to gain s,JKJC new ones.PF.TEtt. t received and ttr sUe by !
150 Ibs Tremont Starch; State of Alabama. / is therefore ordtrtd. That : nOr: \UT.X5 '
1000 Ibs Cast and German Steel, for sale byVM. PANTS : I March 1 II. F. \RELL.t
\ G. PORTER &. Co. 50' kegs"oJ No. 1 White Lead; the said defendants: be required to appear and answer Blue and bl'k cloth Pants; ( Sho; in third !story' of Brick Builcli'ur! corner
10 Paris Green; 10 do Chrome do; the said Bill of before the 1'er Sras- Tdetamora.:
Nov 29 41 Water trcet.Removal. Complaint, on or Super bl'k doe skin cass. Pants; Chestnut a \Vator st': Nov 5.
10 Chrome Yellow ; sixth day of April next, orindelault thereof, that and ddo TeSTr.rnvtd a beuutmil l assortment cf Gtnti.t .

100 aborted!=l Paint Brushes, &c. feb2S !9 the _same be taken as confessed against t them._ Plain S'altinett: stripe and Tweed t fig'd: do. do;; 'li'hO'ii. (;:a .;..:. ) Good 1", suitable fur the ata;:cn, among vvhkh

MILLCR &. CO. have removed their stock of A Card. And it is Jiirmcr ordered, That a copy of t this Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do; BOOT AX!D 'I IitAKflfl:: may be found-
& from the order he ; in the Commercial Advertiser, this busi- French Linen check! and Sack Ctats
!! Clothing, .C., corner close published; t9 COXT1NUF.S tn carry on = !
to our business: in this place, VESTS : .
of Water and Chestnut streets to the store on WISHING a newspaper published in the city ot'Apalacliico- n'ss in .:'.L.eIi.h1Cta: tw'i doors u,. D-> do do D'urs y do,
prepared to sell our extensive stockof Plain black satin Vests! k
Water street formerly occupied by S. B. Hamilton la, for four months successively. : ; "w ('it\- e"lt'l 0:1: Certe -tr t.llavi r.1 Union: Plaid: Lir.en Ilnnting and Frork Coat,
DRY GOODS Boots Shoes
Hats, &c., atupusually Fig'd do. do. do
where they will constantly keep on hand a (Copy-Test e.) ; t: : superior! vv.; rkii rn, he H confident I Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pants,
low for cash
prices or city acceptance Plaid, stripe, and t fi'd: cashmere Vests
of REDYI.IJF. CLOTHING WILLIAM VALLEAU ; Plaid *" '- "
assortment him UiiiMi
large Merchants and others visiting this city, will findit tint ellvio! ui.iy: 'atr.'ize i \i1IiId( : \
HATS, CAPS: BOOTS, SHOES, &.c. &c.Oct. to their interest; to examine stock before December 13, IS I 15. :5o-4m Clerk. -\L'50- they have railed at t5uruht; siio: :>. French CalfSkin I'1tillVht: "
I
our White linen and mulin shirts
25, 1S45.: 43-tf their ; :and Morocco I Boots: = or :Shot-, mude ?o order, Kremlin fancy and striped Ccttonade Pants,
------------- making purchases. Franklin Superior Court. Figured do. d'\' do. I
styu. Lir.en bosom and cul'd Shirts
J. of the latent f.i-hion: and mist spin-veil, t White fancy ,
STEVENSON & CO.Apjlachicola
For Sale. Jan. William Wrfcjht, Merino shirts and drawers; All mending, &.(*., ('/.:.with ne iti-f-: ai.il pr'itn;>- Super striped; C aulbri 'k "
9 0 FIRKINS best Dairy Butter,b'Her known 12, 181G janl 3-tf vs. > Attachment for $5000. Silk and cotton! shirts and drawers;;;; titude, al.lrOn: teun< t that: ranrn-t! f.iil I to he recognised Paiusleaf, Leghorn, Panama, Florence and Canada -

;ftIJ as Lathams Luttir" Apply to Ra.iuig. and Hope.A Daniel McDougald. ) Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, \ ao; in keepiug!! with the competition in : Straw Hats',
Ft-b 21 NOURSE STONE & Co. Defendant and other persons interested and Scarfs; i Boots Brogans and lovv-quar. Shoes,
GOOD article of Power Loom Kentucky THE trade and the clu-vness of the times.: Super Calf ,
On Bagging and good Rope, for sale by hereby notified of the institution of the Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton \ Hose; janl 3-ot I Buckkin, Cloth, Prunella and Goat-km Gaiters,

Consignment. jan31 5 NOURSE, STONE & CO.aing above suit, and are required to plead accordingly.GEO. ; Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and Leather Pump, Velvet and Mo Slippers: and
subscriber has received from the
THE just S. HAWKINS Caps; also, a very large assortment of Hoots Txvcnty Dollars Ievard.FOR many other Goods-dl cheap.
and publishers a beautiful lot ; and Rope. J. C. SMITH: and Shoes, &C. MI LLER & Co. the apprehension' : ot the boy) hENRY, :March as F. KOP f.\'l. I
of Paper Hanging, Foolscap and Letter Paper, PCSl Kentucky Bagging;; Att'ys for Plaintiff. absented himself from this city, on Saturday -
Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles Prayer 1O 100 coils 30 Apalachicola March 19 ISt5. 49-4in To Printers. about Goods.
Rope ; pcs I He ians. last, without If-1:! :e. He is ;50 years Spring
Books, etc., which he offers very low. 4 bales Pawing) Twine, for sale by S. HaJkins TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FURNISHING old, six feet hiirh: bulc-t-headed aid bald on top I T UST arrived per brii:: MetarnoraILJ ;
Feb 7 F.; KOPMAN. \V TM.; G. PORTER George: Attachment Franklin [ WAREHOUSE. Rich! Prints English and American, ;
.- & Co. A. G. Semmes of his head, with an ancient: cut over the left eye, Fancy :
Sugar. Nov 29 41 Water street. vs. Circuit Court, Damages THE subscribers have opened a new TYPE which with an inij'fdnr.ent: in his speech, gives New style: and very superior Ginghams: :j

HHDS New Orleans, of superior quality, Bacon. John T. Smith. $1500. DRY in the City of New York, where him, when he attempts t ta; speak, a curious expression China Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses, j
5 for sale they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for worthy, the study of a Lavater.: The Ladies Fancy Dresses, in pattern, *
| by landed, per schr Ashland, from New defendant is ereby notified of the insti
Cases
kind of job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper, doubls
JUST THE any reward will ho for his and 12-4 Lace Netting-
feb 3 9 NOURSE STONE; &, CO. above given apprehensionand s-10 l'Ius'iuito f
of the
I a consignment very superior Cincinnati above suit by attachment ; returnable Galleys, Brass: Rule, Steel Column do Composing -
cured Bacon in hhds for sale 1SHi } delivery in this place, and all t'll'tnhe! ex and single.
byfc'J to the Spring Term of said Court,
Sticks Chases article
; and
necessary
Tor Sale. every JOHN JENKINS.Apalachicola ;. and white corded do do.
pensespil.: ; 5 J plaid
pcs
9 c. ROGERS & CO. at which time he is required to and plead.A. .
BBLS MESS PORK ; 20 } bbls No. 1 appear for a Printing Oifice. Jan 17, ISt'j.' :{-tf Ladie-i' fancy Sun Shades and Parasols
20 Mackerel" ; 20 \ bbls No 2 Mackerel; 10 On Consignment, G. SEMMES, Aty for pitta. The Type, which are cast in new moulds, froman -----. --- -- -- -- -' Rich Ivory and Paper Fans

\ bbls Fulton Market Beef: for sale by BOXES New Bedford Sperm Candles, Jan. 2, ISiG. 1-tf entirely new set of matrixes with deep counters Malta :Kaiilteojs Cotton Seed for Figured Muslins Balzarines and other !tleuC

DODGE & PRATT, 100 for sale low for Cash, by -_______h_ ___ ___. _h -__ ___-._ : arc warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and a:c. Good: for Spring Dresses.::

feb23 9 40 Water street. \V1T.. WOOD, Goods Cheap for Cash. will l he sold at prices tu suit the times. AYE a few hmtdrud bushels! of Yellow Ladies' Kid W ali! il? Shoes' Buskins and Gaiteri

Nov 29 42 Water street. TIlE subscriber being desirous of disposing ot Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam I Nankeen Cotton Si'Oii: for =s.tb at two dollars II Do black and colored Kid Slippers and Ties<

Perfumery. -- stock Winter Goods, which is large Engines of the most approved patterns. per bushel. This Seed is the growth ot seed Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and DuosMii'

COLOGNE, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex Garden Seeds. and beautiful, as an additional inducement to his Composition Rollers cast for Printers. imported last yc-ir: from the i Uland of Malta, in I S raw Boanetts,

Jassrnine, Amber, Portugal, WARRANTED fresh, just received and for customers Miat of selling them 011' at coal and A Machinist constantly in attendance to repair the Mediteranean sea,and were raised and ginnedon I I Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jackoui

&c. Soaps: Preston Salts, Otto of Roses, &c. J. C. ALLEN, charges and as an evidence of gratitude for the Presses;; and do light work. a plantation where no other Cotton grew. Muslins. _
Jan 21 J. C. ALLEN. Jan. 21 Druirjrist.Bagging favors heretofore received from Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three subscriw
: his friends and The Seed is therefore! genuine. Samples of the Besides many other articles which: the
the public* he now gives them an opportunity of time as much type as their bills amount to, may Cotton can be seen at the office of Messrs. McKay intends to sell very low.
Goods and Rope.
on Consignment.A I' getting bargains Aich as they can seldom meet give! the above six months' insertion in their papers & Hartshorne Apalachicola, and which are of' Ahrch 2a: F. KOPMAN.
SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting! 500 PIECES heavy Clifton:; Kentucky Bagging with in this country. Merchants from the interior and send their papers containing it to the a superior quality. _
Coffce, Tea, :Soap Candles, Tobacco, 500) coils good Kentucky Rope. Glass.
,
: ; subscribers. Paints Oils and
would do well to call and examine the The Seed l car be forwarded by steitnbo.it to ,
Gunpowder, Brandy, &c. is offered at New Also, 150 boxes Tobacco various brands, for sale
stock which is now ottered! as above.FRANCIS COCKROFT & OVEREXD, G3 Ann st. Apalachicola or Columbus or intermediate GIBSON & CLAPP.
York Invoice prices, by by LOCKHART &. YOUNG. KOPMAN.N. II. New York, Aug.; 0, 18.j 15. 31-fim landing. any WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS ti

jan31 5 NOURSE. STONE fc CO. Feb 28, 9 B. i I: would again request those knowingtheir To -Primers. REUBEN C. SHORTER, Sr. Paints, Oils Varnishes, Turpentine, Winda'f

For Sale. Oil Cloths and Carpets. indebtedness to call and settle up withoutthe TYPE FOUNDRY) AND PRINTERS' FURNISHING Eufauh, Ala., Januery 27, IS.to'. 5-Sw Glass, &.C., a55Orl'

')0 BOXES Roofing Plate, 11 by 20 1 O PCS Oil Cloth, 1,2 and 3 yards: wide, necessity of notifying them further. WAP CHOUSE. Will keep constantly on hand a good
30 do Tin do 1-3 *, 10 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting, Feb 7 F. K. subscribers have opened a new Type 4i Sans Sonci" ment of MIXED PAINTS of All colors for 5tw

50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20, :l Cotton : THE in the city of New York, where RESTAURAUT, BILLIARD AND READING Boats, Shipping and Plantation use;toetberwi

Braziers'and Sheething Copper, 2 Straw Boots and Shoes.BOYS' they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for ROOM, a variety of art ides in the painting line,too numerous

Block Tin, Lead, Iron and Tin'd Bivets, G Cotton Drugcet, 4, 0 and Sqrs. wide. 'and sew'd Men's and Russet Brogans, any kind elf/ Job or Fancy Type, Ink,Paper,Cases, Corner Commerce and Centre Streets. to mention. 1Glazing

Bucket Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron, For sale by W. G. PORTER &, Co. peg'd Kip Brogans, Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE, Houe, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting .

Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and retail Nov 29 41 Water street. Gents fine Calf and Brogans sew'd Shoes, vWm's Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, necessary BY R. E. RAIMOND. done with neatness and despatch, I
peg'd Children's do. do.
moderate for cash.
by for a Printing Office. Also second hand prices,
Nov 1 ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co. 10 HHDS. St. Cioix Sugar, Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, materials.The OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted: Stewed 22 Water street,Apaachicot:
do. New Orleans to arrive, Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots, .
20 ,
Sugar
Type which are cut in imitation of the Pickled and in the Shell. Jan.,10, IS 15. .
Flour and Corn. 100 sacks Rio Coflee ; 50 do Java, Gentlemen's- coarse and fine Calf Boots.A WELSH RAREBITTS, -.-
/ig/iVi letters, are cast in new Moulds, from
an
BBLS Western Flour and 75 sacks Corn, 4 cases Hyson Tea, large and extensive assortment just received, POACHED EGGS, Iron, Nails, AC t.
20 entirely new set of Matrixes with counters and for w
deep
for sale by 40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo, and for sale by WM.-. PORTER & Co. BIRD SUPPERS. TiE subscribers have on hand
NOURSE Nov 29 41 Water street. are warranted to be unsuipassed by any, and will and retail, low for Cash-
do. Brown's and
STONE
& CO, 50" Mctfgd Labby's, be sold to suit the times. All the type furnishedby ; $3- Private Supper Rooms. assorte1Ni
feb23 4G Water street. 20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap, On Consignment. us is hand cast." The types from any foundry HOT LUNCH every day from 11 to 1. 20 tons assorted Iron 5 kegs and Cut,

Ltme.t'oat. 100 bags Shot ; 50 kegs- Powder, CASKS superior Rice, now landing from can be matched at this establishment. Families and visitors supplied with Oysters by 50) kegs SpikesVro
2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil, 20 and for sale by the barrel or gallon. March 14 Sheet and Boiler Iron,
brig Tybee, Printing Presses furnished also Steam
CASKS Thomaston, for sale by Enginesof Hollow Ware, a assortment,
500 200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure. Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co. the gener
Jan 21 D. B. WOOD & Co. For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co. most approved patterns. For sale in sums to suit purchasers, Sugar and Ketle
Flavouring Waters. Nov 29 41 Water street. BALES HAY for sale by fJCj Composition Rollers cast for Printers. SPECIE D. B. WOOD & Co. Cook! and Parlor Stove Irons,

IN assortment just received, and for sale by 50 MYERS & MITCHEL. COCKROFT & OVEREND, January 10, IS 16. I Blacksmith's Tools,Hardware .
Dec. 13, 1845. ly 65 Ann-st. New-York. Awurow
Brass
A Britannia and Jappand Wares
Feb. 1.1 1S46. 3G Water street.
Nov 29 J. C. ALLE.N, Drusrgist.::; Storage ,
1000 barrels or 500 bales cotton on first BURLAPS.-1OO;) yards, suitable for corn or Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs,
COILS OF KENTUCKY ROPE ; 500 lbs FOR Apply to WOOD & Co. Pork & Beef.. Salt. sale low by Hooka and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boies,

50 superior Basing! : Twine, for sileby Feb 14 32 Water st. 40 BBLS. Mess and Prime Pork; 30 bbls. 9650 SACKS Liverpool Salt, afloat, cargo Dec G J. DAY &. Co. Marlin Spun Yarn, Mania and Hemp CortV

MYERS & MITCHEL:: : Mess and Prime Beef, for sale by of British bark Cumberland, for Anchors, Pitch, Coal Tar,Koaw*
: Pec. 27, 1845. :;Water st. Molasses. Marc 1 J. DAY & Co. sale bl [March] J. DAY & Co. KENT'S black, blue an d red Ink. Also, copy Turpentine Sperm and Linseed Oil,

_t BBLS. N. O. Molasses for sale by for sale by and Pump Let".
and Brushes
,Rigging
per ship Huron, from Havre, a 50 March 7. & Co For Sale Canvassed Hams. Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN. Paint
J. DAY
RECEIVED of French Boots, made by the eel- HHDS. New Orleans Sucar, by 5 CASKS Canvassed Hams, for sale by Matt Pumps and Bucket
,
.
britcd Hurter. wanted by ;05 MYEKS & MITCHEL, \VOOD & CO, BAGGING 200 rolls, for sale by Sheet Iron &.ro
March 7 MILJ4ER & Co. CEDAR D. B. WOOD & CO. Nov 15. 36 Water st. March '7 Water-st.. D. WOOD & CO. March 1 ROBERTS, ALLEI* '




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