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ALERT DODGE.


CHARLES PRATT.


Dodge & Pratt, I
SHIPPING & COM\IS4ION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. 22 Apalachicola, Fa.


Wm. H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.
Wn. Ht. Kimbrough & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Upstairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
pj- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. 1, 1845.
Thomas Preston,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
APALACHICOLA, Fa.
Office, No. 45, corner Water and Chestnut streets,
up stairs.-Entrance on Chestnut street.
Oct. 25, 1845. 6m


MIcKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
Nov. 1, 1815. Apalachicola, Florida.


D. B. Wood & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.. No. 29 Water street.
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


This. L. Mitchel,
RECEIVINGl FORWARDING, AN
CoMMISSIODN MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,
Nov. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


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


MLyers &f Mitchel,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36 Water-street,
Nov 15. Apalachicola, Fa.


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


Nov.1,1845.


Apalachicola, Fa.


H. R. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
sept2 ly Apalachicola.
Henry Hodges,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa.
H. R. WooD. P. W. CULLErN.
Wood & Co.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 32, Water street,
Nov. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
The strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors.
Sales at Store every Saturday.


Michael A. Miyers,
,AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 36, Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
I. D- BUGBEE. HARGROVE HOWARD.
Bugbee & Howard,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Block,
Nov. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


C. A. GREEN.


C. H. CONNxERY


Green & Connery
CO ,MilSSION MERCHANTS,
A No. 28 Water street, .
Nov 8. .m APALACHICOLA, FA.


Bagging and Rope.
10 P PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAG-
10 GING; 50 Coils Rope; Also, 200
sacks corn, for sale by
BUGBEE & HOWARD,
jan3 iNo 7, Columbus Block.


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D. B. WOOD & GO.


/j ~LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA. .

VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1846. [NUMBER 1.


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MOC MERCIAL ADYERTISE a m...

B. S. Hawley,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHAN
Cor. Water and Chestnut streets,
April 4 Apalachicola, Fa.
T. H. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water Street,
Apalachicola, Fa.


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CHANGE.
Rolling, rolling, ever rolling!
So the Ages sweep along;
Time his bell is ever tolling
O'er the beautiful and strong!
Roll the seasons, fades the Summer,
Melting soon in Autumn's gloom;
The wild tempests-sons of Winter,
Hurry Nature to her tomb.
Comes the spring-time-breezes softest
Re-awake Earth's dormant powers;
Brighter verdure clothes the forest;
Song re-wakes in rosy bowers.
Man, too, changes! his joys fleeting,
Oft they're whelm'd by sorrows wave;
Now he's singing-now he's weeping;-
Thus he hastens to his grave.
Golden visions-Hopes the sweetest,
Gild his life with one soft ray:
Baseless rainbows Night fires fleetest!
Dim they shine, then fade away.
In deep sadness, grief and sorrow,
Peace I seeK ; I pray for rest;
Holy Father may the morrow
Tranquilize my anxious breast.'
Look I upward through life's portal
Deathless flowers bloom there for me;
Loves unbroken Joys eternal!
Hope, up-springing endlessly!

MR. CALHOUN'S SPEECH.
Not having room for this able and com-
prehensive speech on the Oregon Question,
entire, we have selected the following ex-
tract, in which the Senator gives his reasons
for being opposed to the "Notice" as a
measure calculated to entail an'tiunecessary
war upon the country :-


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Cooke & Horne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
New-Orleans.
ANDREW S. COOKE. AMOS HoRN.
feb8.


ALVA WYLIE, WM. A. McKENZIE.
Wylie & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


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Samuel Schiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
$(5- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
dec26 Apalaohicola, Fla.-


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ro essona a ces.


But all this goes for nothing; for this may
all be repaired. The indomitable industry,
and enterprise, and perseverance of our
widely spread and still spreading and multi-
plying population, will soon find ways and
means of repairing whatever merely physi-
cal disasters war can inflict. 'But war has
far heavier inflictions for a free people; it
works a social and political change in the
people themselves, and in the character of
their institutions. A war such as this will
be of vast extent; every nerve and muscle
on either side will bestrained to the utmost;,
every commendable dollar will be put in re-
quisition; not a portion of our entire fron-
tier but will become the seene of contest.
It will be a Mexican war on the one side,
and an Indian war upon the other. Its
flames will be all around us; it will be a war
on the Pacific and a war on the Atlantic: it
will rage on every side and fill the land.
Suppose Oregon shall be abandoned, we
must raise seven armies and two navies: we
must raise and equip an army against the
Mexicans; and let no man sneer at the
mention ofsuch a Power. .Under the gui-
dance and training of British officers, the
Mexican population can be rendered a for-
midable enemy. See what Britain has made
of the feeble Sepoys of India. The Mexi-
icans are a braver and a hardier people, and
they will form the cheapest of all armies.
With good training and good pay, they may
be rendered a very formidable force. Then
we must have another arny to guard our
Southern frontier, and another to protect
our Northern frontier, and another to ope-
rate on our Northeastern bounday, and still
another to cover onr Indian frontier. At
the least estimate, we shall require a force
of not less than two hundred thousand men
in the field. In addition to that, the ven-
erable and intelligent Albert Gallatin has
calculated the cost of such a war at sixty-
five millions of dollars; but that amount is
too small. A hundred millions is not an
overestimate; and ofithissum fifty millions
must be raised annually, by loans or paper;
so that, allowing the war to continue for
ten years, we shall have an amount of five
hundred millions of public debt. Add to
this the losses which must accrue on loans :
it will be very difficult to get these loans ne-
gotiated in Europe; for owing to the unfor-
tunate manner in which this affair has been
conducted, the feeling in Europe will be
generally against us. We cannot obtain
the requisite sums under an interest of thir-
ty and forty per cent. Add all these ex-
penses, and our total debt'will not be less
than seven hundred and fifty millions.
But this is not all. We shall be plunged
into the paper system as deeply as we were
in the days of the Revolution; and what
will then be our situation at the close of
the war? We shall be left with a mortgage
of seven hundred and fifty millions of dollars
on the labor of the American people; for it
falls on the labor of the country at last,
while much of the money will go into the
pockets of those who struck not a blow in
the contest. We should then have the task
of restoring a circulating medium of a
sounder character, and that from the deep-
est degradation of the currency. This is a
hard job, as all of us know who have gone
through with it. Besides the influence of
the war will naturally be to obliterate the
line of distinction between the State and
the General Government. We shall hear
no more about State rights, but the Gov-
ernment will become in effect a consolida-
ted republic. By our very success, it will
give a military impulse to the national mind
which can never be overcome. The ambi-
tion of the nation will seek conquest after
conquest, and will soon become possessed
by a spirit totally inconsistent with the forms
and genius of our Government; and this
will lead, by a straight and easy road, to
that gulf of all republics-a military despot-
ism. Then we shall have to provide for
three or four successful generals, who will
soon be competing for the Presidency.-
Before the generation which waged the war
shall have passed away they will witness a
contest between hostile generals. He who
conquered Mexico, and he who conquered
Canada, will each insist upon his right to
the seat of power, and they will end their
struggle by the sword. Freedom thus lost,
institutions thus undermined and overturn-
ed, never can be recovered. The national
ruin will be irretrievable.
I appeal, then, to gentlemen near me-
to my friends, whose separation from us on
this question I deeply regret-and I say to
them, is it for you, who are Democrats
par excellence-for you, who are the ene-
mies of paper money, and the sworn de-
stroyers of all banks and all artificial classes
in society-is it for you to vote for a mea-
sure of such very equivocal success ?
But I have still higher reasons. I am
opposed to war as a friend to human im-
provement, to human civilization, to human
progress and advancement. Never in the i
history of the world has there occurred a
period so remarkable as the peace which i
followed the battle of Waterloo for the


great advances made in the condition of hu- i
man society, and that in various forms.
The chemical and mechanical powers have
been investigated and applied to advance the
comforts of human life in a degree far be-
yond all that was ever known or hoped be-
fore. Civilization has been spreading its t
influence far and wide, and the general pro- ,
gress of human society has outstripped all l
hat had been previously witnessed. The
invention of man has seized upon and sub- b
ugated two great agencies af the natural
vorld which never before were made the v
servants of man: I refer to steam and elec-
ricity, under which, of course, I include
magnetism in all its phenomena. Steam i
has been controlled and availed for all the
purposes of human intercourse, and by its 3
esistless energies has brought nations to- r
gether whom nature had seemed to separate t
by insurmountable barriers. It has bhort- f


ened the passage across the Atlantic mota
than one-half, while the rapidity of travelling
on land has been three times greater thad
ever was known before.
Within the same period man has bchained
the very lightening of heaven, and brought
it down and made it administer to the trans-
mission of human thought, insomuch that
it may with truth be said, that our ideas are
not only transmitted with the rapidity of
lightning; but by lightning itself. Magic
wires are stretching themselves in all direc-
tions over the globe, and when their mastic
meshes shall at length have been perfected,
our globe itself will be endowed with a sensi-
tiveness which will render it impossible to
touch it on any one point and the touch not
be felt from one end of the world to the
other. All this progress, all this growth of
human happiness, all this spread of human
light and knowledge, will be arrested by
war. And shall we incur a result like that
for Oregon? And this work is as yet but
commenced; it is but the breaking of the
dawn of the world's great jubilee. It pro-
mises a day of more refinement, more in-
tellectual brightness, moral elevation, and
consequently of more human felicity, than
the world has ever seen from its creation.
Now the United States and England ar#
two nations to be pre-eminently instrument-
al in bringing about this happy change, be-
cause I consider them as being the most
advanced in the scale of human improve-
ment, and most in circumstances to further
ameliorotion, because they have the control
of the great and most extensive commerce
at present in existence. We have bees
thus distinguished by providence for a great
and a noble purpose, and I trust we shall
fulfill our high destiny.
Again, I am opposed to war, because
holdthat it is now to be determined whether
two such nations as these shall exist for thb
future as friends or enemies. A declaration
of war of one of them against the other
must be pregnant with miseries, not only to
themselves, but to the world around them.
Another reason is, that mighty means art
now put into the hands of both to cement
and secure a perpetual peace, by breaking
down the barriers of commerce and redt'
uniting them more closely in an intercourse
mutually beneficial. If this shall be ac-
complished, other nations will, one after
another, follow the fair example, and A
state of general prosperity, heretofore un-
known, will gradually unite and bless th6
nations of the world.
And far more than that. An intercourse
like this points to that inspiring day which
philosophers have hoped for, which poets
have seen in the bright visions of fancy, and
which prophecy has seen in holy vision---
when men shall learn war no more. Who
can contemplate a state of the world like
this, and not feel his heart exult at tb6
prospect? And who can doubt that, in the.
hand of an omnipotent providence, a free
and unrestricted commerce shall prove one
of the greatest agents in bringing it about-.
Finally, I am against war because peace
-peace is pre-eminently our policy. There
are nations in the world who may resort to
war for the settlement of their differences,
and still grow great; but that nation is not
ours. Providence has cast our happy in:-
heritance where -its frontier extends for
twenty-three degrees of latitude along the
Atlantic coast, has given us a land which,
in natural advantages, is perhaps unequalled
by any other. Abundant in all resources;
excellent in climate; fertile and exuberant
in soil; capable of sustaining in the plenti-
ful enjoyment of all the necessaries of life,
a population of two hundred millions of
souls. Our great mission as a people is to
occupy this vast domain-there to fuilfil thb
primeval command to increase and multiply,
and replenish the land with an industrious
and virtuous population; to level the forests,
and let in upon their solitude the light of
day; to clear the swamps and morasses, and
redeem them to the plough and the sickle;
to spread over bill and dale the echoes of
human labor and human happiness and con-
tentment; to fill the land with cities, and
towns, and villages; to unite its opposite ex-
tremities by turnpikes and railroads; to
scoop out canals for the transmission of its
products, and open rivers for its internal
trade. War can only impede the fulfilment
of this high mission of Heaven; it absorbs
the wealth, and diverts the energy which
might be so much better devoted to the im-
provement of our country. All we want is
peace-established peace; and then time,
under the guidance of a wise and cautious
policy, will soon effect for us all the rest, I
say time will do it, under the influence of
a wise and masterly inactivity-a phrase
than which none other has been less under-
stood, or more grossly misrepresented, by
some, whe should have known better, it has
been construed to mean inaction. But
mere inertness, and what is meant by a wise
inactivity, are things wide a part as the poless
The one is the offspring of ignorance and
indolence; the other is the result of the
profoundest wisdom-a wisdom which looks


into the nature and bearing of things; which
sees how conspiring causes work out their
effects, and shape and change the condition
of man. Where we find that natural causes
will of themselves work out our good, ou0
wisdom is to let them work; and all our
ask is to remove impediments. In the pre-
sent case, one of the greatest of these im.
pediments is found in our patience.
He who cannot understand thedifferenteb
between an inactivity like this, andt mere stu-
pid inaction, and the doing of nothing, is at
yet but in,the horn-book of political s'iedee.
Yes, time-ever-laboring timne-will effect
every thing for us. Our population is 'natr
increasing at the annual -average of six bun-
dred thousand. Let the next tWe'nity-five
years elapse, and our increase '*wiH hav*
reached a million a year, and -tt'the end of
hat period we shall count a population ofh
forty-five mrillioa. Before that day, itUwA


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


Dr. A. W. Chapman,
(Cp- Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chesltnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf
J. B. Brown,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ILL practice in the District Courts of the
United States, and the State Courts of the
Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western
Circuit.
Office in Tallahassee.
January 10,1846. 2-3m


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


J. H. & J. Ml. Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 48 Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. APALACHICOLA, FA.
David G. Raney,
COMMISSION & FORWA RDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.


II. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.NEWTOn, Dale County, Ala.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf
REMOVAL.
W. G. MI. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
C- Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1845.
A. G. Semnies,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ct- Office, .'o. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
J. Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
Gj- 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.
ILL practice in the several Courts of the
SouthWestern Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug.5,1845. 31-tf

Advances.
HE Subscribers continue to mak advances on
Cotton consigned to their friends at Liver-
pool, Havre, New York and Boston,
D. B. WOOD & Co.
Dec 5 29 Water street.
Advances to New Orleans.
LIBERAL Cash Advances made on consign-
ments of Cotton or other produce to New
Orleans. J. DAY & Co.
Dec 6 52 Water st.
Advances.
HE undersigned will make liberal advances
on Cotton consigned to his friends in New
York, Boston and Providence.
I).M. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.
Advances.
HE subscribers continue, as heretofore, to
make liberal advances on Cotton consigned
to the address of their friends in Liverpool, New
York or Boston. C. ROGERS & Co.
Oct. 25 47 Water street.

Exchange.
HE subscribers as Agents for the Bank of
Brunswick, are prepared to purchase bills on
New York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or
Charleston, and check on New York in sums to
suit purchasers.
Nov 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co.
UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
S 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.
UMBER INSPECTOR.---The undersigned
S 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.
Fire and Marine Insurance.
(HE PELICAN MUTUAL INSURANCE
S 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.
HE subscriber wishes to close his business in
Apalachicola, as he intends leaving the place,
and requests all persons indebted to him to make
immediate payment. He will continue to do
work during the time he has to remain to settle
bis 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.
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
Sug-ar.i
25 HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. su-
Marcperior St. Croix, in store, for sale by |
March 7 J. DAY & Co.
Rope.
300 COILS, for sale by
300 marchl4 D B WOOD & CO. ,
Bacon Sides.
A FEW casks, prime quality, landing and
for sale by (
NOURSE, STONE & CO,
feb28 9 46 Water street,


Nov 5. lv


Analachicola. Fa.


Francis Kopman,


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash,
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..
J. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
A general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c..'
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE.
ov6 No. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla.


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B. F. Nare, H. B. Stone, H-. W. Brooks'.
1ANour'se, Stone & Co.,
C -,1 MISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
novl Apalachicola, Fla.


Benjamin Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,.
No. 43 Water street-Up slairs,
De/i 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


Now being brought to the alternative by
circumstances over which I had no control,
1 go for compromise and against war. But
in this course I am actuated by no unman-
ly fear of consequences. I know that, un-
der the existing state of the world, wars are
sometimes necessary; i the utmost regard
forjustice and equity cannot always prevent
them. And when war must be met, Ishall
be among the last to fl nch; I may appeal
to my past history in support of this asser-
tion. But 1 am averse from going to war
on this question, for the reasons I have giv-
en. But not for these only. I have still
higher reasons. Although wars may at
times be necessary, yet peace is a positive
good and war is a positive evil; and I cling
to peace so long as it can be preserved con-
sistently with the national safety and honor;
and I am against war so long as it ean be
avoided without a sacrifice of either. I am
opposed to war in this case, for neither of
these exigencies exist: it may be, as I con-
ceive, avoided without sacrificing either the
national honor or safety. If these dangers
did exist, to a certain extent, war is still
highly inexpedient; because our rights in
Oregon can be sustained with more than an
equal chance of success without war than
with it. This is a great and weighty reason
against war. H-e who goes so stoutly to
war for" all of Oregon or none," may possibly
come out of it with nonene" I concede to
my countryman the possession of all the
bravery, patriotism and intelligence which
can be claimed for them, but we shall go
into this contest with great disadvantages on
outside. As long as Great Britain has a
large force in the east, and is mistress of
the sea, she can carry on the war at much
less expense.
There is another reason why I am op-
posed to it: the war would soon cease to
be for Oregon: the struggle would be/ for
empire, and it would be between the great-
est Power in Europe on the one side, and
the greatest and most growing and spirited
people of the West on the other. It would
be pressed on upon both sides with all the
force, vigor, energy, and perseverance of
two great and brave nations; each would
strike the other in the most vulnerable point,
and the blows would be tremendous.-
Amidst the uproar of such a contest, Ore-
gon would soon be forgotten-utterly for-
gotten: to be recovered, if at all, on the
contingencies of success or the reverse.
My next reason is, that, though it is al-
leged that we must fight in order to protect
our citizens in Oregon, instead of their pro-
tection, war would ensure their utter de-
struction. It is the most certain way to
sacrifice them. This I will never consent
to do. They are American citizens-our
brethren and kindred. We have encou-
raged them to go there; and I never will
give a vote the result of which must be their
utter and speedy destruction. But if we
make a compromise on latitude 49, they
will be safe-for, if 1 am rightly informed
there is not a man of them to be found north
of that line. This will carry all the points
wve have to view, instead of sacrificing them
all.
I am against war, too, for the reasons
common to the whole Union. I believe
that the most successful and triumphant
war we could possibly wage--even if in ten
years we should get all the most extravagant
advocate of war has dared to hope for-if
we could take the Canadas, and New Bruns-
wick, and Nova Scotia, and every other
British possession, and drive her flag from
the whole continent, and prosecute our ad-
vantages till we had accomplished the down-
fall of the British throne, and she should
yield up spear and shield and trident at our f
feet, it would be to us the most disastrous i
event that could happen. I do not allude ;
to the ravages and desolations of warfare; t
to the oceans of blood that must flow, and i
the various miseries that ever accompany j
the contest of arms; because 1 have never
observed that the statement of these things s
had any great effect upon a brave people.- tI
No doubt the evils would be very great, be-
cause there are no two nations in the world I
who can do each other so much harm in I
war, or so much good in peace, as Great r
Britain and the United States. The devas- i
ration would be tremendous on both sides. I


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tions of modern commerce, so that while it
rises in power, it is drawing itself up also
into a more close and ominous proximity
to the great nations of the world. What
will be the effe'dt of this new position as-
sumed by M. Guizot, it is difficult to fore-
tell; one thing is sure, that however much
we may protest against it, we cannot be the
nation that we must be, withoutt incurring
all that he proposes. Nothing will save us
from it, but to transfer the U. S. to some
other planet. From this moment onward
our position is changed.
There is, too, another and .deeper reason
for the rising jealousy that is now manifest-
ed-that I mean which is stated with so
much gravity by M. Theirs, when he says
that France can no way hope to obtain her
freedom (f action, except by the growth and
political expansion of the U. S. He speaks
like one who knows the working of Euro-
pean diplomacy-knows that France is re-
strained in the. working of its free principles,
by a combination of governments all engaged
to prevent the development of institutions
that may be uncomfortable or dangerous to
the neighborhood of monarchy. M. T. is
not a republican narne. He does not speak
as one of the republican party, but he sees,
with the comprehensive eye of a statesman,
that there is, in France, what sympathizes
with the U. S., and that when the United
States have become that vast and mighty
nation which they are destined to become,
filling the sea with their power, and casting
their shadow across the nations of the
world, then there will be a balance of pow-
er cast on the side of France. She will
have herfreedom of action. Nothing could
be more true, and no truth could have a
vaster import. We have only to imagine the
United States becoming a nation of a hun-
dred millions of people, filling the world
with her commerce, advanced in arts and
intelligence and social happiness, and pre-
senting her formidable front to the com-
bined hostility of the world, to see that all
the restraints which now encompass France
are dissolved. There is a new balance of
moral power as well as physical, and France
will be assuredly free to do her will, how-
ever much it may annoy the neighborhood
of monarchy. I mistake, too if the French
government, in the new position that is
avowed, is not actuated by a sense of the
fact, for the stability of the present dynasty
in France, is more endangered by the re-
publican feeling of the nation, than by any
other cause. To call out and embody a
feeling in favor of the present mode of go-
vernment and against republicanism, is, in
fact, one of the problems of the times.
But the general opinion seems to be that
the present dynasty dies, notwithstanding,
with Louis Phillippe. However that may
be, nothing can be more sure than that thera
Pre elements of sound liberty at work in
France, which will somehow have their way.
I am surprised by what I see of the condi-
tion and character of the French people.
They are fast becoming a new people.-
" The Revolution was a Terrible, but yet I
am convinced, a cheap good to France. It
has broken up the old system and blown it
as chaff to the winds. Priestcraft has come
to a full end-the lordly manners of the
hierarchy are utterly swept away. Proper-'
ty has gone into a new distribution-it is in
fact well distributed-better nowhere, as I
might shew by statistics, save in the United
States. Industry is called into action, and
stimulated by new hopes. The arts are ad-
vancing with rapid strides. Wealth is in-
creasing. Education is becoming a topic of
greater interest; and with all this, it is
clearly to be seen, which must indeed be a
consequence, that the character of the
people is undergoing a very marked change.
I had heard of the volatility of the French
people, as who has not; and I expected
when I entered France, to see nothing
else-and indeed that I should hardly be
able to keep my gravity. But the first thing
that struck me, on landing from Italy was,
that I come among a sedate, sober, think-
ing people. They have a look of care as
you pass them, and walk as if they had
some business on their hands. Judging-
from their manner, you would "think that
you had mistaken your country and landed
in the United States. The change I speak
of is generally remarked. Nothing is so
common as to hear that Paris is far less gay
than it used to be, and yet it is richer and
more popu-loUs every year.
No country in Europe is advancing as
rapidly as France. I doubt whether there
is any, where there is more of general hap-
piness. you will see more of filth and
wretchedness in London in a daiy, y'ou will
be accosted by more beggars, than in Paris
during a week. Indeed I have scarcely
been saluted by a beggar since 1 have been
here. Even New York i's far worse than
Paris in this respect. Such a nation, rely
upon it, is destined to be as fl'ee as it de-
sires, whether nominally republican or not.
The day is coming too when all that M.
Thiers speaks of, will be realized. "Why


should not the French government, being
jealous of France, be jealous also of the
United States? Nor is it without reason
that the monarchies of Europe are becom-
ing alarmed by our increase. It means too
much! It is a fact too formidable! Let
them try their arts and set their balances.
Our day Will come in spite of them-and
theirs too The more I see of this old
world, however grand the aspect of its time
worn features-the greater privilege and
honor do I think it, to be a
CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES.
SINGULAR MARRIAGE.-A widower at
Camden who was not very young, became
smitten with a young and beautiful girl, and
married her. A short time after, the son
of this man by a former wife, became also
in love, not with a younger person, but with
the mother of the father's new wife, a wid-
ow lady still in the blooom of life. He of-
,fered himself and soon the young man and
the widow were united in the bands of mat-
rimony, so that in consequence of these two
connections, a father became the son-in-law
of his own son, and the wife not only the
daughter-in-law of her own son-in-law, but
still more the mother-in-law of her own
daughter; while the husband of the latter
is the father-in-law of his morther-in-law,
and father-in-law to his own father. Singu-
lar confusion may arise, if children should
spring from these peculiar marriages.
Albert J. Tyrrell, who was charged
with the murder of Maria Beckford, in Bos-
ton, has been tried and acquitted for want of
evidence against him,


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"DEMOCRATIC REvIEw."-Through the
politeness of the publishers, we received a
few days since the March number of this
able periodical, accompanied by a circular
asking us to aid in the extension of its cir-
culation, by acting as Agents for the work;
with whic-h request we will cheerfully com-
ply, until we find some one who will give
it more attention than we shall be able to do.
The number before us contains its usual
amount of valuable and interesting matter,
and a portrait of the Hon. John Fairfield,
U. S. Senator from Maine. The first arti-
cle, on "English and French intervention
in theRio de la Plata," by the Hon. Caleb
Cushing, is written with the author's accus-
tomed force and ability, and presents the
injustice of the unrighteous war which the
allied forces are carrying on in that country,
in a striking and not very enviable light.
In addition to this, the present number con-
tains another of "Frank Forrester's" inter-
esting articles-No. 4 of the series-on the
"Game of North America;" "Papers of
an Old Dartmouth Prisoner," by Nathaniel
Hawthorne; ;,James Nayler," by J. G.
Whittier; New England," by Mrs. Mer-
cier; Commercial Reform," etc. etc.
The present reduced price of the sub-
scription to this periodical-being now only
THREE-DOLLARS,-ought to insure for it a
wide circulation. Although it is a Demo-
cratic Review, it is devoted in a great meas-
ure to Literature, not a single article hav-
ing a political bias, appearing in the num-
ber before us. We are not anxious for the
extension of their political doctrines, but
the publishers have our best wishes for the
pecuniary success of their enterprise.
"THE HISTORY OF ROMANISM: from the earliest
cortuptions of christianity to the present time:
by the Rev. Jorim DOWLING, A. M." EDWARD
WALKER, Publisher, 114 Fulton st., New-York.
Price, $3.
We are indebted to the Publisher for a
copy of this valuable work. It is a large
volume of nearly 700 octavo pages, and fot
beauty of typographical execution is not
surpassed by any work we have seen. It
is embellished with fifty handsome illustra-
tive steel engravings, and (he work altogeth-
er, is got up in a style that reflects much
credit upon the artist and the publisher.
Of the merits of the work, as a history, not
having perused it, we cannot speak; but we
see that-the papers of the North pronounce
upon it the highest encomiums. We will
take pleasure in exhibiting the copy on our
table to any one who would like to see it.

07' At the election for a Councilman of
this city, held on Monday last, M[. M.
BUTT, Esq. was elected. We have now an
industrious and public-spirited Board, and
may reasonably expect a wise and salutary
management of our city affairs.
Og- We were yesterday morning pre-
sented, by Mr. B. S. HAWLEY, with a dish
of ripe strawberries, from his garden in this
city. They were fine to look at, and for
some time we were undecided whether to
eat them or keep them to feast the eyes of
ourselves and friends; the palate, however,
gained. the victory, and they vanished. De-
licious they were to the taste. Thanks!
In Charleston and New-Orleans they are
bragging on their early peas and potatoes.
Why, we had green peas in January, and
potatoes in February. With us, they have
" come and gone," and the vines are doing
brown."
ICE.-A cargo has arrived here, for Co-
lumbus, Ga. They were cracking it up
at the Exchange last night, in pieces about
the size of a lump of chalk," and dissolv-
ing it by liquid process. When a cargo ar-
rives for this place, and "Cobblers" and
" Juleps" begin to sparkle, we shall trem-
ble for some of the tetotallers we wet of.
God give them strength of resolution to
resist the temptations they must encounter!
Ice, Sugar, Miint and Madeira! Lemon,
* Loaf,' Sherry, and a Sucker !' Ah!

MILITARY.


In pursuance of the Proclamation of the
Governor, the first grand step was taken on
Monday last to organise the Florida Militia,
-the "great bulwark of our freedom," the
"right arm of the national defences," the
" impregnable barrier against foreign aggres-
sion,"-in the election of its officers.
The contest went off finely; no event
transpiring during the day to disturb the
general good feeling and good order that
prevailed. The election was managed by
the "sovereign people" themselves, who,
one at a time, fired their paper bullets into
the ballot box, for whomsoever they prefer-
red should command them when the great
day of parade came. The ,,"citizen soldiers"
seemed to have adopted the motto of a
distinguished General, that "we can do'our
own voting and our own fighting." They


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have given occular proof" of their wil-
lingness to do the former, and an opportu-
nity may soon offer for them to demonstrate
the remainder of the proposition, and we
hope they will be equally ready to partici-
pate in the "pomp and circumstance of
glorious war" when the tug comes. We
feel ourselves authorised to speak for the
west wing of the Florida Militia, that they
are equal to either fortune,"-peace or
war.
As the returns will plainly show, politics
were but little mixed with the election.
Some of the candidates were brought into
the field by their friends; some were started
merely for opposition's sake; and others,
like the bold Kentuckian, were on their
"own hook." As far as politics was made
a question, however, the democrats were by
far the most active, as we have noticed they
always are on such occasions here-they
march up, "horse, foot, and dragoons,"
even to the election of a bailiff, equipped
in a manner that will tell when the report is
heard; while the whigs never come out
unless there is some great contest in which
principle is involved. To this fact is at-
tributable the majorities of Bailey and Pitt-
man, over Camp and Morton in this county.
The following is the vote:-
Major General.-Bailey, 97; Camp, 62;
Dupont, 7.
Brigadier General.-Pittman, 93; Mor-
Lon, 71.
Colonel.-R. J. Floyd, 143; H. R. Tay-
lor, 32.
Lieutenant Colonel.-Wm. H. Hughes,
142.
Major,-Thomas H. Netherton, 113.

MILITARY ELECTION-A small vote was
polled in this precinct yesterday, with the
following results :
Major General.-Camp 150, Bailey 77,
Dupont 39. Brigadier General.-Hunter
104, Allison-91, Walker 37, Scott 32. Co-
lonel.-Sibley 169, McBride 84. Lieuten-
ant Colonel.--Sherwood 246. Major.-La-
tham 168, Burnett 104-scattering 17.
At Quincy we learn the following was the
poll for Major, and Brigadier General.
Dupont 118, Bailey 63, Camp 8, Allison
134, Hunter 65, Scott 20, Walker 6.
For Colonel.-Erskine, 104; Condrey 89;
Verdier, 31.-[ Tallahassee Sentinel.

The President has officially recog-
nised CARLOs LEBARON, as Vice Consul
of Portugal for the port of Mobile.

NAvAL.-The U. S. brig Soemers Com-
mander Ingraham, arrived here on Sunday
last, 8 days from Vera Cruz. She brings
nothing later than received by the Whter
Witch at New Orleans. Left at anchor off
the Island of Sacrificious the U. S. Frigate
Cumberland, flag ship of Commodore Con-
ner, the Ships Falmouth, St. Mary's and
Brig Porpoise.--[Pensacola Gazette.

The National Intelligencer of the 27th
ult., has the following just remarks on the
Senate of the United States, to whom the
people look, with confidence, to save them
from the evils in which the weak and uncer-
tain counsels of others, threatened to involve
the country. The remarks of the Intelli-
gencer on the views of individual Senators
is also of great importance :-
"'LOOK TO THE SENATE. "- These
words were uttered by late radical print,
from day to day, in a spirit of distrust and
alarm. We adopt and repeat them, but
certainly in a very different spirit. We look
to the Senate, not as an assembly in which
national rights are likely to be sacrificed, or
the national honor tarnished ;but as to a
wise, deliberate, and dignified body of men,
now standing high in public confidence, and
called 10 act iu an important and delicate
exigency in our public affairs. Most un-
doubtedly the Senate is regarded at the pre-
sent moment with very peculiar interest.
No lover of honorable peace, no friend of
his country's welfare, but thinks daily of its
importance and the high nature of its pre-
sent duties. In its ultimate decisions we
have confidence, and that confidence has
been increasing from day to day. Its de-
cisions have been, recently at least, tem-
perate, considerate and able; such as be-
came a body of its high functions and
character. A sober and anxious" spirit up-


pears to us, especially of late, to have per-
vaded its members; and we have no doubt
that the strongly preponderating sentiment
of the body is for compromise, settlement,
and peace.
We adverted yesterday to the declaration
of Mr. CHALMER, made in his speech of
Tuesday, that three-fourths of the friends of
the President in the Senate. and four-fifths
of the whole body, were in Favor of compro-
mise. We thought, we confessed, when
the honorable Senator from Mississippi sta-
ted this fact, that the statement might prove
to be a little too strong. But subsequent
occurrences convince us he was right.-
Among these occurrences we give a promi-
nent place to the speech of Mr. SEVIER, on
Wednesday. This gentleman is an ardent
supporter of the Administration-one of its
chief southwestern pillars. He is well
known to be among the foremost and the
boldest, on all cccasions, in maintaining
what he thinks the country's rights. He
has been reckoned, too, among the "1fifty-
four-forty" men; and we doubt not is so, in
his opinions and feelings. But, notwith-
standing all thiis, we have greatly misunder-
stood the scope of his observations on Wed-
nesday, unless he be now ready to take a
line of boundary substantially like that offer-
ed by the United States in-.1826. Mr. SE-
VIER does not like the word "compromise."
He thinks it implies, or may imply, some-
thing like cession. But, objectionable
phraseology being out of the way, we great-
ely err, if the honorable Senator did not
mean to be understood that, for the sake ol


peace, he would be willing to stop at forty- s
nine. L
We need hardly say to our readers, who a
know the standing of public men well, that
this avowal of opinion (if we are not mista- \
ken in supposing such an avowal to have c
been made) is of no small importance at the v
present moment. It makes the prospect of t
ultimate Unanimity-or near approach to b
Unanimity-so much the brighter. We r
certainly rejoice in it; and we call on that I
distinguished lover of Unanimity, the editor c
of the Union, to rejoice with us.
We ought not to omit noticing the fact
that Mr. SEVIER'S speech was delivered
four-and-twenty hours after the communi- I
cation to the Senate of the President's mes- r
sage. In that speech, he maintains that the
President is not so committed, by any thing
done either by himself or by others, as to
be precluded from negotiating on the prin-
ciple of compromise. He, therefore, evi-
dently does not regard the President's mes-
sage as changing the state of things. r
Now, let us ask, with all respect, and in C
all humility, why should not the one or the t
other of the two Governments immediately E
propose to re-open the negotiation, if it be
not already re-opened, on the basis to which
we have so often referred Is not this a
plain duty resting on each and both the
Governments? Why should agitation and
alarm be continued? Why should useful
commercial enterprise be longer embarrass-
ed? Why should both countries and both
Governments be longer disturbed and an-
noyed, by a controversy which, it is now
evident, can be settled at once to the entire
satisfaction of both countries?
A disposition was manifested in the Sen-
ate yesterday to bring the debate to a con-
clusion in a few days. It will probably be
terminated next week; and we indulge the
confident hope and expectation that it will
be terminated by a declaration of the judg-
ment ofthe Senate, so just and pacific, and
supported by such strength of numbers, as
to show a clear path for each or either of
the Governments to go forward with amica-
ble propositions; and, in our judgment, it
will be an honorable rivalry between them
to see which should tread that path first.
[Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun.]
I rWASHINGTON, March 29, 1846.
ANOTHER CHAPTER OF CmRIEs.-By the
11 o'clock train of cars from your city, yes-
terday, there arrived a young man, probably
between 37 and 40 years of age, with a pair
of saddle bags and an umbrella; he proceed-
ed to the "United States Hotel," on Penn-
sylvania Avenne. Retaining his unmbrella
in his hand for some time, he sauntered
about the rooms apparently in at uneasy
state of mind. The clerk politely request-
ed him to enter his Dame on the book, to
which he seemed indifferent, but replied
"my name is John T. Tucker." The clerk
then entered his name and asked where le
was from? he answered frontnm Maryland"
-and it was so recorded. An hour or two
elapsed when he remarked that he would
like to see a physician, and asked frequent-
ly when the boat left for Fredericksburg.
Dr. Gold was immediately sent for, and
promptly attended, but, when introduced
the stranger treated him with indifference;

but, upon better acquaintance became en-
gaged in conversation. A suggestion was
made to Tucker by the clerk that, as he ap-
peared unwell, it would be better for him to
have a fire in his room, retire to bed, &c.,
but no attention was paid to it, until imme-
diately after dinner, when he called impa-
tiently for his room, to which he was show-
ed by one of the servants. Dr. Gold gave
him one or two prescriptions-one to be ad-
ministered as late as 11 o'clock last night-
which were all duly attended to. During
the last evening, Tucker frankly confessed
that his indisposition was induced by dis-
sipation.
This morning, between 5 and 6 o'clock
Tucker arose without any appearance of
unusual excitement-the servant handed
him his bill which he paid and immediately
left the house. An alarm was soon spread
that he had furiously entered tlhe boarding
house of Mr. J. T. McDuffe, on Pennsyl-
vania Avenue, a few doors north of Capitol
Square, (the house formerly occupied by
John Mouhter, Esq.)
It appears, then, that on leaving the Ho-
tel, he sallied fot'th under the influence of
mania potu, and, on arriving in front of
this house, a colored boy named Ely, wais
just opening the fi'ant door. The front
room of this house, in the second slory is
occupied by Captain Ramsay, the back
room on the same floor, by his son David--
,and two elder sons occupied a chamber iu
the third story. Tucker rushed upon the
colored boy with an open knife, (it has a
buck handle-blade between two aud three
inches in length--it appears to have been a
razor blade, and is marked Chinese imperi-
al.) The boy retreated up into Captain
Ramsay's room, when the C aptain leaping
out of bed, a scuffle ensued, during which


the negro, although taking no part, received
a severe cut over the left eye. The sons of
the Captain were soon in the rooom with
Tucker and their father. 'The former, an
infuriated madman, seemed bent on murder
without discrimination. The party attack-
ed had ample means and of course frequent
opportunities to have killed him on the spot,
" but the magnanimous soul of Ramsay dis-
dailed such an act upon a fellow mortal
under such circumstances, and he not only
desisted himself, but prevented his sons
from doing him any serious mischief.
The result of Tucker's attteks are as
follows:
Captain Ramsay, cut under the left eye,
on his right cheek and across his nose.
Wadworth, one of the elder sons, cut in
eight places round the neck and head, one
of which on the left side of the neck, is 5
inches in length.
Douglass, another son, received a slight
cut in the breast.
David, a younger son, seized a pair of
tongs and gave Tucker a smart blow, whilst
he was engaged with his father, upon which
he let go his hold on the Captain, seized
the youth by the back of the head and drew
his knife across his throat, cutting about
two inches in length. The youth~then suc-
ceeded in knocking him down. Tucker re-
. gained his feet, anI was soon after dispos-
sessed of the knife, carried down into the
Hall where Samuel Stettinus, Esq, was sent
! for, and committed him to jail, whither be
was carried in a cart, tied hand and foot.
t I may also add, that a domestic or white
f woman in the employ of Mrs. McDaffe, al,


so took hold of Tucker, iu the flail, when
he nearly bit'the end of one of her fingers
off.
It appears, from the contents of Tucker's
pocket-book, that he is from Madison
county, Virginia;" and that during the last
week he spent several days in Baltimore in
the purchase of merchandise. There are
bills from the following houses, generally
made out in his name as "agent," Messrs.
Kelly, Ball & Co.; J. A- Field & Co.; Ri-
caud & Hoffman; Griffith, Fitsgerald &
Magruder; T. P. Harrison; Focke &
Wehrly; W. & S. Wyman & Co.; Cugle
& Berger; Smith & Atkinson; Norris &
Brothers; S. & R. Hough; Griffin, Yeat-
man &; Co.
[Correspondence of the Charleston Couner.]
WASHINGTON, March 31, 1846,
A grand national fair for the exhibitio- of
American fabrics, is to be held here on the
20th May, for the purpose of enlightening
members of Congress on the subject of
quality, and prices of domestic manufae-
tures, in comparison with foreign articles
of the same kind. The Tariff Bill will not
come up till about that time.
1 learn that Mr. M'Kay wishes to report,
instead of Mr. Walker's Bill, a plan some-
what similar to that which be framed two
years ago. -The Southern free trade mem-
bers will be less favorable to this project
than to Mr. Walker's though they do not
entirely approve of the latter.
Mr. Walker's project will, it is estimated,
yield twenty-four millions ; which will not
be enough for the current expenditures, at
the rate Congress is going on. Direct
taxes must soon be resorted to, and will- bp
inevitable, if the warlike preparations now
recommended shall go on.
There now appears to be a general im-
pression that negotiations are about to be
renewed with England on the Oregon ques-
tion. It is apprehended by the ultra Ore-
gon party, that the question will soon be
settled by compromise. Still there are
some doubts about it, which would be
solved by another call upon the President,
as proposed by Mr. J. M. Clayton.
Mr. Clayton's resolution was taken up
yesterday, and afforded an opport nity for
a very precise statement by Mr. ebster
of his views of the state of the Oregon
question. Mr. Webster's object, itlis said,
was to put forth the views of his side of the
chamber, that they might go out to Eng-
land by the packet of the'first. `
Mr. Webster, as you will see, is^)f the
opinion that the public mind in both .oun-
tries is settling down upon ihe49th parallel,
as the line of demarcation between the Bri-
tish and American possessions on the North
West Coast; and he warns Great Britain
that she must not expect to obtain any ter-
ritory south of forly-nine. As to harbors,
and the temporary or permanent navigation
of the Columbia, he supposes that they
might be made the subject of an amicable
arrangement.
Mr. Clayton's resolution was postponed
for the present.
Gen. Houston took his seat as Senator
from Texas. Upon drawing ballots, as
usual, he fell into the class of Senators
whose term expires on the 3d March, 1847.
Gen. Rusk fell into the class whose term
expires March 3d, 1851.
Mr. Barrow spoke on the Oregon ques-
tion.
The Bill supplying deficiencies' in for-
mpr appropriations, was passed'-by the
House.
The Sub-Treasury Bill was next taken tip
in Committee, and will be forced through
at once, without discussion.
WASHINGTON, April I.
The Unicorn. having been out twelve days.
may soon be expected to arrive, and her in-
telligence miay have an effect upon the de-
libeiations of' the Senate.
Mr. Webster, it is believed, has been in
communication with Mr. M'Lane, and that
he is advised of the disposition of the Bri-
tish Government to make an overture, such
as he alludes to in his speech.
It is evident that the Senate will not he
hurried to lake the question.
In the Senate, a resolution was consider-
ed for changing the daily houtr of meeting
to 11 o'clock, and it was opposed on the
ground that the object was to force the
Senators to hurry the Oregon debate. The
resolution was lost--yeas, 13; nays 21.
Mr. Cuss made his speech, and a very
alble one, on tbe Oregon question. He re-
plied particularly to Mr. ttaywood and Mr.
Calhoun, the latter of whom he compli-
mented very highly and eloquently on his
course in the war of 1812. #.
He went iute a forcible argument to show
that 49 was not the limit of our claim, and
also to show that the President was not
bound to accept that offer if England Should
make it.
He did not believe, however, that Eng-
land wouh] even offer 49. He said he was


determined, for one, to march up to 54 40'.
He said that if there was no other reason
against arbitration it would be a sufficient
one that so many of our statesmen were of
the opinion that our claim was limited to
49. The arbitrators would not look at the
title; they would take a pair of dividers'
and split the difference between that line
and the British proposals&
If we were determined to settle the ques-
tion, no matter how, we might resort to ar-
bitration. We knew, beforehand, what the
decision would be. It might heal the woun-
ded, honor, but would leave an unseemly
scar.
Mr. Ashly has the floor for to-morrow.
In the House, it was ordered that the,
Sub-Treasury Bill be taken out of Comr-
mittee, at 1 o'clock, on Thursday 2d inst.
Mr. Chipman spoke in favor of the BilL.
Mr. J. R. Ingersoll vindicated the bank-
ing system, and especially, the United Slates
Bank, from some animadversionsDom Mr.
Dromgoole.
Mr. Holmes, of South Carolina, replied&
as to the operations of the U. S. Bank,
and.traced the causes of its downfall, andt
of the general conviction that followed it.
He supported the system now proposed,
as tending to cheek extravaganri issues by
local hanks. It would promote siness in-
terests by keeping the paper cI reney in a,
sound state. A &s to the abstraoffn of spe-
cie from circulation, it would never exceed
in amount eight or ten millions. But the
banks expecting to be called upon, would"
be careful to keep an adequate supply, of
specie.
Mr. C. J. Jngersotl entered into, a. very


have spread from ocean too ocean. The
coast of the Pacific will tlhen be as densely
populated and as thickly sesttled with villa-
ges and towns as the coast of the Atlantic
cow. In an6tbqer generation we shall have
reached eighty millions of people, and, if
,we can preserve peace, who shall set bounds
to our prosperity or our success ? With
,one foot planted on the Atlantic and the
other on the Pacific, we shall occupy a po-
-sition between the two old continents uf the
world-a position eminently calculated to
securee to us the commerce and the irnflu-
ence of both. If we abide by the counsels
of common sense-if we succeed in pre-
serving our constitutional liberty, we shall
then exhibit a spectacle such as the world
never saw. I know thaat this one great mis-
sion is encompassed witti difficulties; but
*uch is the inherent energy of our political
system, and stch its expansive capability
that it wny be .made to govern the widest
space. If by war we become great, we can-
not be t'ree; if we will be both great and
free, our policy is peace.
[Correspondence of the Hartford Courant.]
PARIS, JANUARY 28,1846.
I have made the circuit of a considerable
part of Europe without undertaking, as yet,
a compliance with your request; and I know
not that I have now ay thing to communi-
cate, which will greatlyinterest your readers.
1 send you the Report, however, of a recent
debate in the C chamber of Deputies, of
which our country is the subject, and which
deeply concerns our future history. Vou
will see that the Prime Minister of France,
in vindicating the interference of France
and England, in the matter of Texas, now
avows the necessity of providing for the
.safety of France and the world, by arrang-
ing balance of power that shall include the
U. States-that some counterpoise must be
-ought for, in the new world or the old, to
operate as a check upon a nation so ambi-
tious and advancing by strides so gigantic.
This is a new position, never before avowed,
and one that involves very important conse-
quences. You will see too that the French
papers denounce our neutral policy, pre-
scribed by Washington, as a mean and sel-
fish policy ,such as would disgrace a man
among men, and is equally unworthy of a
nation in the grand society of nations. For
one cause or other this debate has excited
a very profound interest in Paris; in the
English for a very obvious reason; in the
French because it involves the Cabinet,
though principally because of the purpose
it reveals to raise a barrier against the re-
publican feeling of the nation : in the Amer-
icans because it has an aspect of reference
to the delicate question now pending be-
tween us and Great Britain. To me, how-
ever, it has had yet another and distinct
kind of interest, an interest, of forecast, in
which I have contemplated the rising day
of our nation, its appalling power, the ene-
mies that will be league against it, the
changes it must work in the relations of man
to government every where, the conflicts of
diplomacy and possibly of arms which are
to be the necessary penalty of its greatness.
The debate was opened by M. Guizot.
A few days after, M. Thiers took occasion
bto assail the doctrine touching our country
avowed by Mr. G. This speech was re-
ceived both in and out of the Chamber with
great enthusiasm. The next day M. Guli-
zot replied. By the politeness of our Con-
sul, Mr. Walsh. I was able to be present,
though the eagerness of the public to hear
the debate was so great as to make it ex-
tremely difficult to obtain a ticket. Every
niche in the galleries was occupied. And
the attitude and manner of the assemblage
,,were such as to indicate the profoundest
feeling of interest. Dialogue and gesture
and silence, looks of thoughtfulness and
looks of passion-all indicated that the mind
ef thegreat auditory was powerfully wrought
upon. And the subject was my country!-
my country as a great nation, fit to be
viewed, if not with enmity, yet with jealous
!caution The debate, though scantily re-
orted, will speak for itself. 1 know not
*when I have been more powerfully moved
than while I sat there, a stranger among
strangers, watching the movements of the
scene. I seemed, ftor the first time, to have
discovered my country. 1 had measured
her territory; computed, a hundred times,
the growth of her population; foretold her
greatness; imagined the immense circle of
her dominion, at no distant period, filled
with swarming millions of people-but I
needed to be here, in the capital of France,
the diplomatic capital of Europe, to witness
argrest nation, second in arts and arms to
no other, debating, with profound serious'-
ness, the question whether it is not wise to
raise up some balance of power against the
United States--to hear it maintained that
Russia, England and the U. States, are the
three great formidable powers that require
to be watched with cautious jealousy--this
only could make me truly feel what is the
real import of my country. This debate is
remarkable, too, as being the first instance


in which the great powers of Europe have
avowed the necessity of extending their di-
plomatic circle of balances so as to include
us. Hitherto they have held, for the most
part,, the gracious attitude externally of'
well-wishers, regarding us as a kind of ex-
perimental nation beyond the sea, which it
was at least safe to leave unmfiolested. But
the experiment, it seems, is nearly over--we
are already formidable! It might surely be
pardoned to an American, in such a scene,
and at such a moment, if he allowed a new
sentiment of pride for his country to wake
in his bosom. Neither would it be wholly
malicious in him to enjoy the jealousy of
such a nation as France; or to feel, in such
a debate as this which now agitates the
French capital, that he is, witnessing the
entrance of his nation into place among the
leading powers of the world.
At. the same time, graver thoughts will
cromd upon him. He sees, at once, that
it is the penalty of increase to his country,
that all its relations to the world must be
changed. It can no longer be indulged in
that repose, which obscurity yields. It
must stand out, in the public attitude of a
great nation, to be the object of fear and
hatred, to maintain its conflict with the arts
and intrigues of political combination, and
mix itself in with the great flood of human
history. It may still maintain its neutrality,
_but it cannot be what it must, without being
dreaded; and it cannot be the object of"
dread without having a conflict to sustain
on every side. The ocean too is narrowed
fo a third of its former width, by the invea-










,elaborate, studied and eloquent view of the
-question, historically and commercially, and
politically and morally.
Among other things, he maintained that
,the Sub-Treasury would do more for man-
ufactures than the whole thirty Tariffs
which we have bad could ever do ; and he
was a Tariff man, and an advocate of protec-
'tion for the sake of protecting. A sound
currencyy would be the best protection.
His eastern friends would not be here on
heir anxious seat now, if they had adhered
*to a specie currency.
W. Milton Brown, of Tennessee, op-
'posed the Bill, as odious, condemned, and,
',after all, impracticable.

FROM MEXICO.
By the brig Oceana, arrived at New Or-
leans, the editor of the Delta has received
papers from the city of Mexico to the 10th
inst. The files are filled with long and im-
"* \portant articles against El Tiempo, the mo-
S.narchic-l organ, which continues to advo-
,cate and defend its principles. The Memo-
*rial Historico has been changed into El Re-
pUbhcano, with the views of defending the
country and,defeating the Tiempo.
Mr. Slidell was still at Jalapa, from which
place he addressed a letter to the Mexican
Government, in order to inquire whether
he should be admitted or not as Minister.
Hesperia says that a long debate had taken
place at the Council, the result of which
vwas not known ; but the Republicano, of
'the 10th, says that by a source which can
l)e relied upon,'the editors have received in-
formation that Mr. Slidell will not be ad-
mitted as Minister of ihe United Siates, and
that Mexico will not enter i'ntoany arrange-
ments about the Texas question unless it is
* agreed to settle the boundary at the Sabine.
The Mexicans were somewhat alarmed
Iat the arrival of so many American vessels
of war at their ports, and the journals we
have received state that Gen. Paredes is
.disposed to march personally at the head
of the troops, should the Americans show
any hostile intentions.
The Republicano of the 10th publishes
An extract of a letter which shows, in some
rAp,_c-l, the impossibility that Paredes should
J.,din longer in his actual position.
" La Hesperia remarks that the official pa-
per, El Diario, has changed its title, and
the word Republica does not appear in it as
before. In the present state of things, says
the H-Iesperia, the slightest thing is noticed
Iby all, and this change has caused many to
believe that the Government has an interest
in tihe principles advocated by El Tiempo.
We find full particulars about a loan
which the Government is about negotiating
with three mercantile houses of Mexico, to
the amount of two millions of dollars.
ht was reported that Gen. Mjia had in-
lercepted some letters for the American
Consul at Matamoras, which stated that
the American troops were about stationing
themselves on the left bank of the Ric
Bravo, about the 27fh of February.
The Archbishop of Mexico, Senor Don
Manuel Posado y Garduno, was preaching
Iin favor of the monarchical system. There
are about four thousand clergymen and fri-
ars in Mexico, and nearly all of them are
in favor of a monarchy.
By letters received in Tampico, date
,Tepic, 24th Feb., it appears that a new
revolution was on the point. of breaking out
in, that portion of the Mexican Republic
?tiie object of which was to separate the
states of Sonora, Sinalao, Chihuahua, anc
Durango. fromn the rest of the Republic. Gen
Urrea, who has for some time been in re-
tirement, would, it is said, be solicited' t(
take command of the rcvolut-onnry forces.
By a passenger arrived on board of the
Ocean we learn that at last accounts re-
ceived in Vera Cruz on the 15th inst., Mr
Slidell was daily expected at that port, aE
lie had intimated to the authorities that be
must be recognized immediately or he would
be compelled to leave the country.
I The Mexican fleet at Vera Cruz consis
ted of two steamers, three brigs and fou
schooners. .-There were also in port the U
S. frigate Potomac, three sloops of war
and the brig Somers. The S. arrived Iron
Pensacola on the 10th.
Capt. Creighton of the Oceana, report
having seen an English Steamer standing
into Vera Cruz on the 16th. The Ocean;
:sailed in company with tlie schooner Wate
"Witch, Ior New Orleans. T]he schoone
Sarah Lavina was advertised to sail for Nev
Y ork on the 17th inst.
[ [Mlobile Register 8f Journal.

[From the Pensacola Gazette.]
NThle following is an extract of" a lette
from an officer of the Seiners to a gentle
man in this city:
On the 16th Mr. Dimon was informed b;
a letter from Mr. Parrott of the Legatiol
that Mr. Slidell had demanded his passports
having been refused reception as Ministet
although the Mexican Cabinet expressed
perfect willingness to treat with a Commis
sinner on the Texas question. He als,


,. wrote that Mr. Slidell would be in Ver
Cruz in the course of a week, and wouh]
immediately take passage therefrom for th
U. S. The St. Mary's was in readiness
for his accommodation when he left.
Oal the l8th Corn. Conner received a let
ter from Mr. Black, our Consul, in Mexico
'He appeared to be'somewhat exhilirated b)
the cheering intelligence brought from Eng
land by the Cambria, which he had just re
,ceived. He writes that if this news ha
been sooner received Mr. Slidell would hav
,been received, and throws out a suggestion
that our Mission may be accepted at the la
'test moment. Althhugh Mr. Black's loca
tion should give him many advantages for for
rning accurate opinions, I do not think w
]iave much reason for hoping that his hope
,will be realized, although almost anything
fay be expected from the unstable council
Mexico. Mr. Slidell has certainly de
Landed his passports at a fortunate moment
when the news from England and the stat
,of the country, and more especially 'th
fears of our squadron are conspiring to ac
on the irresolution of Mexico. The people
of Vera Cruz are, awfully frightened an
artL as will be seen by the newspapers, mo
viA out of the City. The Mexican Nav
h~ibeen taken in tow of the steamers, to
place of absolute safety, far up one of th
,neighboring rivers. The people of Ver
Cruz wish to see the question between u
settled,, and having never been very warmly
-attached to the revolutionary government
threaten a prenunciaments unless their wist
4 9rem ,regarded. Upon the whole I hav


REMARKS ON THE MARKET.'
COtTON -We have had a good inquiry since
Tuesday, which has resulted in the sale of 3 or
-4000 bales, at prices somewhat irregular, but gen-
erally a shade higher than our last quotations.
The better qualities have been most in demand,
and some sales have been made of fully good
fair," as high as 9c. We make some alterations
in our ]uotations, remarking that our figures are


For Liverpool*
THE superior Br. bark CU'EMSE&
^^^L.,L4ZD, Powers, master, will bay* di#-
patch. For freight, apply to
March 21 J. DAY & Co.


For New Vork.
--^ THE splendid ship EBSRfl" PR,&
j BLE, Perkins, master, will have immea
Ag diate dispatch for the above port. For
freight or passage, apply to the master or to
April 11 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


tsed upon a strict classification.
LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
1846.
Inferior ........... .... 5j a 65
Ordinary ..... ......... 6 a 61
Middling................ 6j a 7
Good Middling......... 7' a 7j
Middling Fair........ 71 a 7?
Fair .................... 8 a 84
Good Fair .............. 8j a 9


For New Vork,
.4-^ THE fine'packet -ship TVUSZVJd,
1 Williams, master, 'will have quick dik -
9& patch. For freight, apply to the master
or to [apr 11] NOURSE, STONE & Co;


FREIGHTS.-For Foreign ports there is yet little
going and we have no engagements to note since
ur last.
Coastwise, the shipments are less active, owing
decreasing stock on hand, and the considerable
arrivals of vessels. No change in rates except for
oston, one ship taken at 5-8c., being 1-16c. de-



For New York;.
^a.^ THE fine packet brig METWIM.
f~s^R.,, Gates, master, having her entire
l cargo engaged, will sail on the 15th iWt.
For passage only, apply to the master, or to
April 11 NOURSE, STONE & Co%


For New York,
With Dispatch.
i^0 THE superior ship CORDOViA.
ea Lowell, master. For freight or pawsgs
apply to the captain, or to
DODGE & PRATT,
April 4 40 Water street,
0 attalioochee Hotel.
13 THE subscriber takes pleasure in
^AN- informing the traveling community
Iva i that he has taken charge of the above
J ^ establishment, situated immediately
A L UM Q on tb Q banks of the river, where the
traveller may find a comfortable and quiet resting
place and thereby, avoiding the many. inconve-
niences which they have heretofore been sub-
ject to.
The U. S. Mail steamer Agnes, from Apa-
lachicola, arrives on Sunday and Wednesday at
5 o'clock, P. M.; departs Monday and "Thursday
at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western Mail arrives
Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 o'clock,
A. M ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-
days at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrives
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 9 o'clock,
A. M. ; departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-
pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via
Quincy and Tallahassee, arrtves Mondays, Wed-
nesdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs
Tuesday, Wednesdays and-Sundays at-6 o'clock,
P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and.
Thursday at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesda3
and Fridays at ? o'clock, A. M..
The House and Furniture are entirely new,
the servants thoroughly drilled in their business,
and all will use their utmost endeavors to make
the time pa.s pleasantly to the traveller.
A. G. MARSHALL,
Agent for the Proprietor,
Chaattahoochee, March 17, 1846. 12-tf
For Sale.
A very Splendid two story DWEL-
II;] LING HOUSE, situated in the most airy

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


ine.


QUOTATIONS :


To Liverpool ....................1-2d per lb.
" New York ................ ...5-8c. "
" Boston ..................... *5-8c.
" Providence .................. 5.8c.
" Baltimore .................... 5-3c.

COTTON STATEMENT. Last
-- year.
,t,- on ohand let Sent .. .. ......4


ntOCK O iL Ibt *tL l ... -.. .. .
received past 3 days .......... 3,573
previously*........ 85,440
Total .... bales 89,017
xported past 3 days .......... 2,272
11 -1 1 ARe "*A


136662


previously .......... o to
Total ........... 61,068 103485
On hand and on shipboard not cleared 27,949 33177

EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALAOHIOOLA
Commencing lst September, 1845-and same
time in 1844.
-rPass--Previ- T Last
WHITHER EXPORTEDI. I3 davsously. I Season


Liverpool ............
H avre ................
N antz .................
Trieste ...............
Genoa ..........- -.-* *
Other ports ........... .
Total to For. Ports.
New York ...........
Boston .......... .....
Providence .........
Philadelphia .........
Baltimore............
New Orleans..........
Other ports.... ... ....
Total Coastwise....


I
I


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..1382 18550 .19932
.........,. ..,,..
..........,.. ....
...... ... . ..

..1382 .18550 .19932
...803 .20Y733 21536
........8619 ..8619
...... .. 4899..4899
...... ...440 .440
..... ..1662 ..1662
.... 87 ..2250 ..2337
...... .. 1643..1643
...890 40246 .411336
...... ...... .6106s


C. D C.
11 a 12
16 a 17
a 13
5 a 6

a 8
8 a 4
5 a 6
.84 a i
10a 71
1 a 13
SO a 85
a 10
11 a 12
12 a 14



ARTICLES. D
BAGGING, Kentucky, yd
Dundee, yd
Peanut, yd
BALE ROPE, Kentucky, lb
Northern, Ib
Manilla, lb
BREAD, Navy, cwt
Pilot, cwt
COFFEE, Rio, lb
Havana, lb
Java, lb
CANDLES Sperm, lb
CORDAGE, Manilla, lb
Hemp, Ib
Tarred, lb
CIDER, Northern, bbl (
DOMESTIC GOODS-
Brown Shirtings, yd
Sheetings, yd
Tickings, yd
Cottonades, yd
Calico Prints, yd
Kentucky Jeans, yd
DUCK, Russia, yd
DYES, Logw'd, Campeachy, ton
D S St. Domingo, ton
Fustic, ton
Indigo, lb
FLOUR, Northern, bbl E
Western, bbl f
FISH, Cod, box 2
Mackerel, No. 1, bbl
No. 2, bbl f
69 No. 8, bbl f
-1ER'RING, box
FRUIT, Almonds, lb
lRaisins, box
Prunes, lb
Currants, lb
Figs, drum
Lemons, box
FURS. Otter,
FEATHERS, lb
GRAIN, Oats, bush
Corn, bush
GLASS, box
HAY, cwt
HIDES, Green, lb
Dry, country, Ib
IRON, English, lb
Swedes, lb
Hoop, lb
Sheet, lb
Nail Rods, 1b
Casting. American, lb
LUMBER-
Boards, White Pine, M
"4 Yellow M
Staves, M
White Oak Heads, M
'6 1 Heading, Ml
LEAD, Bar, lb
Sheet, lb
LIME, bbl
MOLASSES, gal
NAVAL STORES, Pitch, bbl
Oakum, bale
Rosin, bbl
Tar, bbl
NAILS, keg
OILS, Linseed, gal
Olive, bottle
Sperm, gal
Lard. gal
Tanners' gal
Castor, bottle
PROVISIONS, Pork, Mess, bbl1
6C M. 0. bbl I
Prime, bbl]
Bacon Hams, lb
canvassed, lb
Sides, lb
Shoulders, lb
LARD, lb
BUTTERt, lb
CHEESE, lb
POTATOES, bbl
PEANUTS, bush
RICE, cwt
SPICES, Cassia, lb.
Cloves, lb
Ginger root, lb
ground, lb
Nutmegs, lb
Pepper, lb
* SUGAR, N. Orleans, lb
1 Old crop N. 0. lb
Loaf, lb
SALT, Liverpool, sack
Coarser, bush
STEEL, Cast, cwt
German, cwt
- SOAP. lb
SPIRITS, Brandy. Cognac, gal
Gin, Holland, gal
American, gal
Rum, N. E. gal
Whiskey, Rect. gal
Alcohol, gal
SKINS, Bear,
Deer,
SHOT, all sizes, lb
TOBACCO, lb
TEA, Young Hyson, lb
r Souchong, lb
TIN,
TWINE, Baling, )b
Seine, lb
WINES, Maderia, gal
Champagne o2


TOTAL--KALES..


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61 a
71 a
12 a
14 a
6 a
25 a
18 a


CLEARED.
April 6-Brig Pioneer, Hearn, for New York,
by Dodge & Pratt.
April 8-Bark Robert Watt, Johnson, for Liver-
pool, by Hill, Dawson & Co.
April 10-Schr Eufaula, Taylor, for N Orleans.
April 11-Ship Urgent, Rogers, for Quebec.
ARRIVED.
April 6-Schr Eufaula, Taylor, fm N Orleans.
April 7-Bark John Brower, Sutton, fm Boston.
Schr Ontwa, Allen, fm Havana.
April 10-Ship Columbian, Merriman, from
Boston.
Ship Minerva, Brown, fm New York.
Brig Rebecca C Fisher, Appleby, fm N York.
Brig Delaware, Borden, fin Fall River, to Wm
T Wood.
April 11-Bark Tiberius, Sears, fm Providence.
Ship Probus, De Vries, fm New York.
Brig Virginia, Talbot, fin New York.
Steamer Agnes, Rynear, fm Chattahoochee
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Steamer Albany, Griffin, fm Albany.
Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, tm Columbus.
Steamer Boston, Morton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Peytona, Greer, from Coumbus.
Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Eufaula.
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Minerva, Brown, 308 tons, fm New York, wait-
ing-Master.
Probus, De Vries, 647 tons, fm New York, wait-
ing-Master.
Columbian. Merryman, 399 tons, for Boston, load-
ing--Bugbee & Howard and D B Wood & Co.
Tuskina, Williams, 429 tons, for New York, load-
ing--Nourse, Stone & Co.
Huron. Weeks, 514 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
J Day & Co.
Blanchard, Blanchard -tons, for Boston, loading
-D B Wood & Co and Bugbee & Howard.
Alexander, Leeds, 591 tons, fm Havre, loading-
Master.
Dauntless, Rogers, 698 tons, fm Liverpool, dis-
charging-Master.
Solon, Bucknam, 540 tons, fm Havre, waiting-
D B Wood & Co.
Eben Preble, Perkins, 586 tons, fm Glasgow,
waiting-D B Wood & Co.
Cordova, Lowell, 332 tons, for New York, loading
-Dodge & Pratt.
BARQUES.
Duc de Orleans, Robertson, fin New York, wait-
ing Master.
Cumberland, Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-J Day & Co.
John Brower, Sutton, 310 tons, for Providence,
loading-E B Ballou.
Tiberius, Sears, 299 tons, fm Providence, wait-
ing-Master.
Euclid, Dayison, 501 tons, fm Liverpool. loading-
Bugbee & Howard and Ls Fred E Dugas.
BRIGS.
Metamora, Gates, 195 tons, for New York, load-
ing-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Rebecca C Fisher, Appleby, 222 tons, fm N York,
waiting-Mastpr.
Virginia, Talbot, 349 tons, fm New York, wait-
ing--Master.
Delaware, Borden, 214 tons, fm Fall River, wait-
ing-Wm T Wood.
Alabama, Allen, 271 tons, for Providence, load-
ing-T L Mitchell.
MEMORANDA.
Captain Sutton, of the bark John Brower, re-
ports having passed March 27th, 1846, Lat 33 20:
Long. 70 30, the wreck of a ship or bark, of about
400 tons; main and mizen mast gone about one
foot above deck ; foremast and foretopmast stand-
ing,/with foreyard hanging by the-slings: every
thing gone off deck ; hatches off; larboard side
broke in ; her name not able to be made out, as it
was under water: could plainly read Quebec in
yellow letters on her btern ; had a female figure
head with plaid or gingham painted dress ; fore-
mast varnished ; had topgalant forecastle with one
anchor on it: every thing else washed from deck;
togalant forecastle stove and full of water; appa-
refitly had not been in that situation long.


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22
25
55
20


BILLS of the Cormmercial Bank of Macon re-
ceived at par for Goods at the lowest cash
prices, by
March 21 B. ELLISO & Co.


650
575
250
600
500

275
14


a 700
a 600
a 450
a 12 00
a 700
a 600


Per Octavia from New Orleans.
RECEIVED as above a choice selection of
Family Groceries and Provisiorni; also, a
fres-h supply of Spring and, Summer Clothing#
made up in the latest style, for sale by
GIBSON & CLAPP,
March 21 22 Water street.


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Wasiington County.
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
W ILL be sold on the second Monday in Sep,
tember next, (14th) at the Court-houst
door, at Roache's Bluff, in Washingtoh county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following pro-
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. Blackwell, and to be sold
for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of
--- Blackstone, and to be sold for the taxes
for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes'
Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1845.
,Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant) 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 Sheriff,

and ex-officio State Tax Collector.
March 28, 1846. 13-6m


Copartnership.
iHE subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public that they have taken
ito partnership Mr. EUGENE W. RoGErzs.
CHARLES ROGERS & Co.
April 7, 1846.


Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chas. Bo-ers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,
April 7, 1846. Apalachicola, Fa.


Prints Only-=Spring Styles, 18|6.
LEE & BREWSTER, 44 Cedar-street, beg
leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that
they have received and are now exhibiting at
the Warehouse exclusively for Printed Calicoes,
500 cases, comprising all the NEW SPRING
STYLES of British, French and American Man-
ufacture ; which, in addition to their usual stock,
renders their assortment one of the most beauti-
ful and attractive in the city ; and having JUST
been purchased for CASH AND SHORT CREDIT, are
offered by the piece or package on the same terms,
at and below manufacturers' prices.
W[5- Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are
placed in the hands of buyers.
"i- Purchasers will inform themselves of the
state of the market, and be well repaid for an ex-
amination, even if they do not purchase.
New York, March 3, 1846. 15-1y


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Notice.
WILL be sold, under a decree of the Court
of Chancery, on the FIRST MONDAY in
APRIL next, in front of the Exchatge, Lot
No. 6, Block D2," in the city of Apalachicola
with the tenement standing thereon commonly
known as the City Hotel."
Terms-One-third cash, and the .balance in
notes of one and two years. Further teims to be
made known on theT dayb f sale.
T. Hp AUSTIN,4. 1-t.
C. H. AUSI, 0"113
Apalachicola, March 20,,1S46. 13-21:


175 a 200
1250 a 13 00
1150 a 12 00
1100 a 11 50
9 a 91
10 a 11
6,1 a 7
5, a 6
8 a 9
18 a 25
8 a 10I
250 a 350
40 a 45
500 a 600
24 a 25
371 a 50
9 a 10
11 a 121
212 a 250
18 a 20
61 a 74
6 a 7'
12 a 14
100 a 112
621 a 75
1800 a 25 00
1200 a 15 00
51 a 6
250 a 350
150 a 175
40 a 42
37 a 40
24 a 25
621 a 75
150 a 200
7 a 9
5 a 61
121 a 75
45 a 100
50 a 75


A Last Word!


HAVING given up my business to Mr. JoHiN
CAIGH, whom I have known for many years
as a good mechanic, I solicit for him the patro-
nage of my old customers and the public. Ishall
leave this place in eight days, and all persons
who are indebted to me would confer an especial
favor by ;making immediate payment. All un-
settled accounts will be left in proper hands for
collection. W. C. LAWRENCE.
N. B. Don't be afraid of my taking the money
out of town-for I owe it all, and more too.
. April 11, 1846. W. C. L.


In this city on Thursday evening, 9th inst., by
C. J. Shepard, Esq., Mr. JosEPH C. MoXRIS, to
Miss JULIA A. ATKINS, all of this place.


Obituary.
Departed this life in this city, on Monday morn-
ing the 6th inst., after a protracted illness, which
he', bore with christian fortitude and resignation,
Captain JOHN JENKINS, in the 46th year of his age,
leaving a large and interesting family to deplore
their irreparable loss.
Captain JENKINS, was one of the earliest settlers
in this place, and a pioneer in the navigation of
our river at a period when great skill and care
were required to overcome its difficulties. He
contributed largely in the formation of the early
trade of this city, and by untiring energy and
strict fidelity which ever characterized hisbusiness
intercourse, won the confidence and respect of all
who knew him. In all the relations of life he
was eminently correct-a devoted husband, an
affectionate father, a kind and indulgent master,
and a sincere friend. A good man has gone to
his long rest, mourned by our whole community.


A Card.
TrHE undersigned having purchased from Mr.
B. S, Hawley his entire stock of DrugsN
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass Ware, Shop Fur-
niture, &c. will continue the business at Whole-
sale and Retail, at the old stand corner of Wate"
and Chestnut sts, and begs leave to say to his friends
and former patrons of the establishment 'that his
stock is complete, embracing every article usually
kept in Southern Drug Stores, and from arrange-
meats recently effected, will be regularly supplied
with fresh staple articles.
Physieians, Planters, Country %Merchants and
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, 1846., ple H. F. ABELL.


Molasses.
211TIERCES, 205 bbls and 28 hhds. cargo
211Lof schr. Swan from Havana, now landing,
for sale by [april 11] J. DAY & Co.


NOTICE-Six weeks after date, I will apply
to the Judge of Probate for the County of
Franklin, for letters of administration upon the
estate of John Jenkins, deceased.
B. ELLISON.
Apalachicola, April 8, 1846.


F OLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsam,
for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver
Complaint, and all diseases of the throat and
lungs, for sale by
April 11 H. F. ABELL.


S. Davenport,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water-street,
Apalachicola, Fa.
Liberal Advances made on consignments
to my friends in New Orleans, New York or
Liverpool. April, 1846.


To the Public.
H AVING disposed of my entire stock of
Drugs and Medicines to Mr. H. F. Abell,
in retiring from 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 I B. S. HAVWLEY.


Clover Seed.
A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover
Seed, for sale by
April 4 H. F. ABEL.


H. F. Abell,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL*,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Also--A general assortment of Statinery.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
April lJ Apalachicola, Fa.


a 20
a 50
a 300
a 15 00


90 BASKETS London Club Champagne;
.5000 Regalia Segars, for sale by
April 4 8. S. HAWLEY.


TXGHANGE on New York, for sale by
EfjS. DAVENPORT,
April 11. 50 Water stregtL


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For Liverpool.
, THE first class Am. ship HUR0JA,
f lWeeks, master, having three-fourthl of
sisher cargo engaged, will have dispattj.
tor the above port. For freight, apply to
March 21 J. DAY & Co.


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Charleston-Mrs Griffith, Miss
Lovelace; Messrs Hamilton, Snow, McGintz,
Patridge, Cropp, Lovelace, Cordell.
Per steamer Agnes-Mrs McLawhorne and
child; Messrs J Ingram, H Simmons, F Simmons.
Per steamer Champion-Major Hardin and lady;
Mr Legay, lady and three children; Jos Poy-
thres, lady, daughter, son and servant, Dr C
Battle, lady and servant; Miss Battle, Miss Man-
gum, Col A P Rood, Judge Spann; Messrs J C
Ruse, Sutton and Pennyman.
Per steamer Peytona-Messrs H R Taylor, M
Perryman, James Bennett, T A Prall.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-Mrs Seals and
servant, Mrs Moore, children and servant; Mrs
Dingle, Dr Cowan, Dr Pope, Messrs Johnson,
Morrison, Baker, Newell, Ballard, Hays, Gibson,
Battle, McBride and Schwartz.
Per stermer Agnes-Messrs, J F Farnor and
Williams.
Per steamer Viola-Miss Jones; Messrs How-
ain, Foster, Beall, Barrow, Taylor and Davenport.

RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Charleston-357 bales cotton to
Howard & Rutherford; 180 to Wm H Kimbrough
& Co; 87 to B Ellison &- Co; 77 to Chas Rogers
& Co; 53 to Dodge & Pratt; 40 to J C Maclay;
43 to Lockhart & Young; 9 to McKay & Harts-
horne.
Per steamer Agnes-12 bales cotton to J Ingram;
6 to D G Raney, 6 to Thos Preston; 1 lot hides
to B S Hawley; 1 do to P Laprade.
Per steamer Champion-107 bales cotton to A
P Rood; 93 to Harper & Holmes; 81 to Lockhart
& Young, 62 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 52 to J C
Macliy; 51 to Sanford & Butt; 45 to J Poythress;
6 to McKay & Hartshorne; 47 do, 1 bale hides
and 1 cask tallow to Wmi G Porter & Co.
Per steamer Peytona-487 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson & Co; 301 to McKay & Hartshorne; 240
to N Cruger; 73 to D B Wood & Co.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-323 bales cotton
and 4S hides to McKay & Hartshorne; 276 bales
cotton to Lockhart & Young; 14 to Wylie & Mc-
Kenzie; 10 to J W Perry; 24 sacks peas to Wm
G Porter &f Co
Per steamer Boston--259 bales cotton to Bug-
bee & Howard; 216 to J C Maclay; 191 to Dodge
Pratt.
Per steamer Agnes-34 bales cotton to Lockhart
Young; 23 do and I box tobacco to D G Raney;
6 do to Wylie & McKenzie; 1 to Thos Preston.
Per steamer Viola-167 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson &.Co- 149 to Harper & Holmes; 59 to
Lockhart & Young; 37 to Nourse, Stone & Co;
7 to J C Maclay; 8 to Wm G Porter & Co; 11
to Chas Rogers & Co; 3 to order.
Per steamer Viola-117 bales cotton to Lockhart
& Young.

EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per bark Robert Watt-1382
bales cotton.
NEW YORK-Per brig Pioneer-803 bales
cotton.
Per schr LeRoy-411 bales cotton.
NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Eufaula-87 bales
cotton.


never seen the sentimenit of the people so
favorable to us as at present, the discussion
of this monarchy question has I am per-
suaded, done much for us. Nine-tenths of
the people of Mexico are ardent Republi-
'cans : it is only a few of the high class and
aristocracy who support the views of the
Royal party. There is an interesting arti-
cle on this subject in the latest papers.
The British Minister, writing to the Eng-
lish Commander on the station, says that
he cannot persuade these people that Eng-
land will not co-operate with them against
the United States-they have the greatest
confidence that England is going to inter-
fere to prevent their being bullied by us, but
he has unequivocally intimated that their
hopes wolud not be realized.
In the last papers will be fond a notice of
the flagrant attack by Gen. Paredes on the
freedom of the Press and the persons of the
editors and printers. This is a dangerous
proceeding on the part of the President, and
must arouse strong resentment and a fearful
opposition.
A large part of the troops under Gen.
Ampudia have mutinied.
We have received reports from Jalappa
that the Northern Provinces are about to
secede from the' confederacy.

We have seen the draught of a Bill re-
ported to the U. S. Senate for organizing
the Federal Courts of Florida. It propo-
ses a division of the state into three Districts,
one east of the Suwanee, one west of that ri-
ver, and one south of the 27th parallel of lat-
itude; the appointment of a Judge, Mar-
shall and District Attorney. for each dis-
trict; and the holding, in each year, of two
terms in the western district at Pensacola,
two at Apalachicola and two at Tallahassee.
[Pensacola Gazette.

City Council Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, }
WEDNESDAY EVENING, April 8, '46.
Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts, Mayor;
Councilmen, Messrs. Guyon, Green, Rinaldi, Day,
Peck and Hancock.
The minutes of the last meeting were reid
and approved.
The Clerk reported the returns of the Harbor
'Master and Marshal, for the month of March
last, which were read and ordered on file.
The Mayor reported that five city due bills, for
$80 each, had been given W. G. Porter & Co.
for interest on five city bonds for $1000 each, to
12th March last, held by Barnard Aadams & Co.
Also, that three city due bills, for ($160, $80
and 40,) $280 had been givan H. G. Guyon for
interest on three city bonds to 12th March last,
for $3,500.
1 The Clerk read the certificate of the Inspec-
t tors ot the late election for one Councilman, from
which it appeared that Melmond M. Butt having
received the greatest number of votes, was duly
elected. And thereupon, Mr. Butt being present,
had the oath of office administered to him by the
Mayor, and took his seat.
t The Mayor announced the appointment of Mr.
r Batt as Chairman of the Committeo on Public
) Grounds.
The Committee on Claims reported in favor of
the following accounts :
John W. Rinaldi, for drayage ........... $99 25
Wm. Blount, for services as Dep. Marshal. 34 00
e S. C. Russell, for stone ballast ........... 15 75
Which were passed.
s The following accounts were presented, and on
motion, the rule being waved, were severally
I passed, viz:
v S. Schifflr, for provisions to small pox pa-
t tients ............................. $17 76
H. F. Simmons, for drayage...............58 50
e John Thomas, lor board of paupers ....... 15 00
I E. C. Roberts, 1 qrs. salary as Mayor.....62 50
C. Thigpin, 'I qrs. salary as Marshal..... 100 00
SWin. Valleau, I qrs. salary as Clerk and
Treasurer ..........................t100 00
D A. G. Semmes, 1 qrs. salary as City Att'y. .50 00
W. S. Green, 1 qrs. salary asiHoes.Physician. 37 50
e John Gannon, for drayage ................ 3 25
The accounts of H. G. Guyon for $87 35 and
J. W. Babcock tbr $30 00, were presented and
referred.
e A communication trom Engine Co. No. 1 was
e received and read, asking that Engine No. 2 be
d removed, as the House was not large enough for
both machines ; and on motion of Mr. Day, re-
- erred to the Committee on the Fire Department.
r Communications were received from the As-
. sessors, representing the compensation allowed
:,them of one per cent as inadequate, and praying
n to be further remunerated for assessing taxes, and
making out assessment roll. Read, and on mo-
tion of Mr. Guyon, referred to Finance Corn-
s mittee.
g Mr. Guyon offered a resolution, constitution
a Thos. 0rman, W. S. Green and Sam'1 W. Spen-
r cer a Board of Health for the present year, and
r P. Laprade, Inspector of District No. 1; J. G.
yv Ruan, Inspector of District N4o. 2 ; P. W. Cullen:
Inspector of District No. 3; and J. F. Potts, In-
spector of District No. 4. Adopted
Mr. Day offered the following resolution :
Resolved, That the City Clerk be, and he is
hereby instructed, in certifying all bills passed b5
r this Council, to state that the same are payable
- without interest.
Mr. Day moved that the Council proceed t
y ballot for a City Attorney for one year Adopted
n And on counting the ballots, A. G. Semmes wai
declared unanimously elected.
s, Mr. Hancock offered the following resolution
r, which was adopted :
a Resolved, That the Committee on Improve.
- ment and Contracts be instructed to examim


o through the ally between High and Live Oal
a streets, for the purpose of making'a sewer; the
d distance is about 650 feet.
e On nr otion, the Council then adjourned.








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Iron, Nails, &c.
Oft( TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
20 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils,
20 -English and American Vises,
20 Bellows,
12 dozen Spades and Shovels,
10 Collin's Axes,
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards,
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws,
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


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


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Perfumery.
C OLOGNE, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex-
tracts, Violeta, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal,
&c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Roses, &c.
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN.
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
jan31 5 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
For Sale.
Of| BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20,
A 30 do Tin do 1-3 M,
50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20,
Braziers' and Sheething Copper,
Block Tin, Lead, Iron and Tin'd Bivets,
Buclft Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron,
Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and re-
tail, by
Nov I ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.


Flavouring Waters.
A N assortment just received, and for sale by
Nov 29 J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist.
RECEIVED per ship Huron, from Havre, a
few pair of French Boots, made by the cel-
brated Hurter.
March 7 MILLER & Co.
Bagging and Rope. ,
50\ PCS. very heavy Louisville, Man &
450 jU Co. Bagging; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March 7 J. DAY & Co.


Lumber.
TUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Lum-
ber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000
feet White Pine, assorted from I to 2 inch, which
will be sold low tor the cash, by
PETER HOBART.
No Lumber will be delivered from the yard,
after this date unless paid for, or a written order
from a responsible person. March 28
Congress Spring Water
UST received per schr, LeRoy, and for sale by
J March 21 J. C, ALLEN.


]List of Letters
EMAINING in the Post Office at Apalach-
A icola, on the 1st April, 1846.
:Appling, Maj J B Kinney, Jno
-Austin, Jas Kelly, Edw
Allen, Jas iLoge, Ma'sinl
-Angers, Thos C 'LeBar.i.n, Chas & Son
Allen, Capt Geo Mu,;rard, G F Capt
-Adams, John 'Mahoney, Jno
Blaisdell, Capt-lonath Merrill, Nathan Capt
Brith, Henry Mustard, Sarah B
Baker, Milton S Merrill, Chas
Burges, Esq B McNaughton, Jno
Brainard, Capt W Moore, WmiR
?Blult, Chas Mutchahay, James
13runell, 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 Matheney, Wm D
Brown & Duboys Mora, Ants
Butts, E P Markham, Chas M
J Crokin & P McWade Miller, Jas
oCarmack, Sam'1 W McIntosh, Jno
Churchill, Capt H McDermot, Doherty
Crowson, Willis Mixon, Wm
Carmack, Stevens & McKnew, Z W 2
Baker Newell, Jno
Cowe^y, Little Berry Niel, Francis
Cavenaugh, Wm 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
Cr,,kelt, Ezekiel Peabody, Col Jas D
Cox, Capt Smith C Pratt, Capt Win 2
Clerk of Circuit Court Robert, Dan'l
Chadbourne, Sam'l Richards, John G
Davis, J H Rodbird, Wm
Decatur, Jas Richison, Geo
Dyer, Daniel Robinson, Wm W
Daniel, Elizabeth C Robnson, Wmi
Delant, Martin Rusk & Co, H
Dominge, R A Redd, Dan'l
Dunham, James Ryan, Daniel
Daniel, Soburn Raney, Daniel
Daniel, Amariah Roderguiz, Felipi
Douglas, Thomab Setzer, Isaac T 2
Elliot, B W Summerlin, Nadham
Foster, David Salter, Wm
Fortune, J R Snow, T M
Franklin, P J Schlutter, Jno
Freeman, Capt Benj 2 Summons, F M
Francis, Ferdinand Souper, David
Fost, T G Sweet, Jas L
Gray, Bothen D Suder, 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, Robt M 7 Stephens, Mrs
Haly, Moses Taylor, Milton
Hubbard, Capt Terry, Thos A
Hopkins, Stephen A Tucker, Joel
Hall & Moses, Messrs Talman, W H
Hall, H Tay, Benj
Hast', Jno D Tuder, Sarah
Haynes, Jno W Verge, Jno C
Holmes, Allen Willard; Capt John
Hedge, Milton P Whipple, James 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 Wilson, 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
CO- Persons calling for any of the above let-
ters will please say they are advertised.
JOSEPH S. MAY, P. M.


New Dry Goods!
THE SUBSCRIBER having just received and
opened his splendid stock of NEW DRY
GOODS, at his store adjoining the Drug Estab-
lishment of J. C. Alien, respectfully invites the
public to call and examine for themselves.-,
Among this new stock, are the following articles,
viz:-
Calicoes, beautiful patterns and latest fashions;
Mousiline deLaines and Fancy Ginghams;
Amiens, a rare and splendid article for Ladies'
Dresses;
SilIk and Worsted Shawls;
Ladies' and Gentlemens' fine Worsted and
Cotton Hose;
A fine assortment of Domestics of various
widths and colors;
Jaconet, Swiss and Figured Muslins;
Cotton Laces; Insertings of numerous patterns;
Ladies' fine Caps of all kinds;
Children's ditto, ditto;
Red, Yellow and White Flannels;
Gentlemen's and Boys' fine Hats and Caps;
Gents. Lamb's-wool Under-shirts and Drawers;
Silk and Straw Bonnets;
Umbrellas and Parasols;
-Beautiful Ribbons; Cord and Tassels;
Alapacas, &c. &c. &c.
Together with a general and well selected
assortment of
Ladies' fine Boots and Shoes;
Gentlemen's ditto, ditto;
Boys' .ditto, ditto;
Gentlemen's Ready-made Clothing, consisting Of
Frock and Box Coats;
Fine Sattinett and Cassimere Pantaloons;
Coarse Cotton and Worsted ditto;
Fine Satin and Worsted Vests.
And for the Juveniles, a splendid assortment of
Pictorial Books and Toys of all descriptions.
Together with various other articles too numer-
ous to mention; all of which the subscriber offers
at low prices for CASH only.
N. SEYMOUR.
Apalachicola, Oct. 25, 1845. 6m


NOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin
county, for a final discharge from the administra-
tion of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased.
B. T. CARO, Adm'r.
BENJAMIN ELLISON, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 4, 1846. 14.6m


AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 16, 1846.
Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Alphonse Loubat,
VS.
George W. Harrison and Marga'
ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
David G. Raney and Harriet F.
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud-
son, Alexander McAlpin and
Ogden Haggerty, Assignees of Bill to 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, t 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.
T 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-
iication 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 and such
further order given in the premises as to the
Court may seem meet.
(A Copy-Teste.)
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
March 20, 1846-12-4m





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


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.


Balsim of Liverwort.
A REMEDY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptoms,
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use o
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAbf OF LIVERWORT. which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatment#
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is
and has been for a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, hav
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proofs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, aa4
we advise all who may. have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific, without
delay. Franklin says a small leak will sink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
-- Apalachicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TArLOX'ai
BALSAM or 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 it
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21, 1846. 12-1y


Tarrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
in a few days-no confine.
a~f J^A \Sm net or restriction in diet,
is necessary. It will be
found invaluable, being pre-
pared with the greatest
possible care, upon well
tested principles, fi,unded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
that a combination of sim-
ilar remedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable effect, than any equiva-
lent dose of any single one.' In many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely applica-
tion. For sale by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


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


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.


NOTICE-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 thp 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
the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable
to the April term of said Court.


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 be
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Hearrtturn, habitual Costivenesq, &e.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article ; it prevents any accu-
mutation of bile, is portable, and the method Yf
preparation is unusually convenient. Childrtr
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; 1hey will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


Dry Goods.
T-HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,-
White and'Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted 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.
G IBSON & CLAPP, 22 Water street, have
v.f 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 boxes Fancy Toilet Soap;
150 lbs Tremont Starch;
50 kegs No. 1 White Lead;
10 Paris Green; 10 do Chrome do;
10 Chrome Yellow ;
100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. feb28 9


Found at Last-=A Sure Cure for
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


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.


A. G. SEMMES.
12-3m


March 18, 1846.


Western Circuit of the State of
Florida.
IN FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT.
Henry D. Darden, "} Assumpsit by attachment,
Plaintiff.. Sum demanded,
vs. } $11,589 12.
Daniel McDougald, | Bond filed in $24,000.
Defendant. 1
T-HE defendant and all others interested will
JL take notice that this suit was commenced
by attachment issued 15th March, 1845, from
Franklin Superior Court in the Apalachicola
District of the Territory of Florida, returnable
to May Term, 1845, of said Court-that the said
writ hath by operation of law, been transferred to
Franklin Circuit Court in the Western Circuit of
the State of Florida, that a declaration hath been
filed in said cause by leave of the Court at the
present Fall Term, 1845, and that the defendant
is hereby notified that he is required to appear
and plead to the declaration filed in said case ac-
cording to law. W. G. M. DAVIS,
THOMAS H. HAGNER,
Attorneys of Plaintiff.
Dated Dec. 19, 1845. 51-3m


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


Drugs, lediciues, &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 htr
pts; 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 1 H. F. ABELL.


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.


FOR the cure of DEAFNESS, Pains, and the
discharges of matter from the Ears. Also,
all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing of
insects, falling of water, whizzing of steam, &c.
&c., which are symptoms of approaching 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 29 13-4m for Apalachicola.


Lots. IBlocks\ Owners. \ Taxes.
2 40 Campbell, $ 20
9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 60
18 H2 R. McKenzie, 30
7 and 12 BI 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


AT CHAMBERS, DEc. 5, 1845.
Franklin Circuit Court, Florida.
Fall Term.
IN CHANCERY.
John Gorrie, On bill to foreclose
vs. mortgage on certain
Lewis P. Moseley, and property, to wit: Lots
his wife Ann Mose- No. 9 and 2 in Block
ley, formerly Ann No. one, in the City of
Gillespie. 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 thd
sixth day of April next, or in default thereof, that
the same be taken as confessed against them.
.dnd it is further ordered, That a copy of this

order be published in the Commercial Advertiser,
a newspaper published in the city of Apalachico-
la, for four months successively.
(Copy-Teste.)
WILLIAM VALLEAU,
December 13, 1845. 50-4m Clerk.'


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.


Cabinet Work Shop.
-AEER&- THE subscriber is now in readiness
GKILUMM to manufacture new, or repair old,
II V I ** Furniture, with promptness and de-
spatch, and solicits the patronage of his old (pay.
ing) customers, and hnpes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new ones.
PETER HOBART.
0:3- 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.


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 Coals;
Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do.
Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do.
Tweed cassimere sack and frock do.
Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do.
PANTS
Blue and bl'k cloth Pants;
Super bl'k doe skin cass. Pants;
Plain stripe and fig'd do. do;
Sattinett and Tweed do. do;
Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do;
VESTS:
Plain black satin Vests;
Fig'd do. do. do;
Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests;
-ALSO--
White linen and muslin shirts;
Figured do. do. do.
Merino shirts and drawers;
Silk and cotton shirts and drawers;
Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats,
and Scarfs;
Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton j Hose;
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and
Caps; also, a very large assortment of Boots
and Shoes, &c. MILLER & Co.


49


Per Brig Ietamora.
TUST arrived a beautiful assortment of Gents.
Goods, suitable for the season, among which
may be founds
French Linen check and Sack Coals,
Do do do D'Orsay do,
Union Plaid Linen Hunting and Frock Coats,
Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pants,
Union Plaid .. ,
Plain White "
Kremlin, fancy and striped Cottonade Pants,
White, Linen bosom, and fancy cor'd Shirts,
Super striped Caulbrick ,,
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.


Tqhos. Clark,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
V. CONTINUES to carry on this busi-
..AW ness in Apalachicola, two doors below
Olb|N the City Holel on Centre street.-
Pb. Having superior workmen, he is con-
fident, that all -who may patronize him will find
they have called at the right shop. French Calf
Skin and Morocco Boots, or Shoes, made to order,
of the latest fashion and most approved style.
All mending, &c., done with neatness and promp-
titude, and on terms that cannot fail to be re-
cognised as in keeping with the competition in
trade and the closeness of the times.
janl7 3-6t


A Card.
WISHING to close our business in this place,
we are prepared to sell our extensive stock
of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at
unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance
Merchants and others visiting this city, will find
it to their interest to examine our stock before
making their purchases.
J. STEVENSON & CO.
Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1846 janl7 3-tf


Franklin Superior Court.
William Wright, l
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


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


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


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


Spring Goods.
TUST arrived per brig Metamora-
Rich Fancy Prints-English and American,
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 Gaiters,.
Do black and colored Kid Slippers and Ties,
Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and Dunstable
Straw Bonnetts,
Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jackonet
Muslins.
Besides many other articles which the subscriber-
intends to sell very low.
March 28 F. KOPMAN.
Paints, Oils, and Glass.
GIBSON & CLAPP,
WHOLESALE AND R13TAIL DEALERS -IN'
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine, Window
Glass, &c.,
Will keep constantly on hand a good assort.
ment of MIXED PAINTS of All colors, for Steam
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together with
a variety of articles in the painting line, to, Br-
merous to mention.
House, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting. anw
Glazing, done with neatness and despatch, at
moderate prices, for cash.
22 Water street, Apalachicola,-'
Jan. 10, 1845.


GereS. Hwki s Attachment, Franklin
A. G. Semmes, Circuit Court, Damages
John T. Smith. $1500
T HE defendant is lereby notified of the insti
L 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 plfts.
Jan. 2, 1846. 1-tf


For Sale.
0 FIR K IN.S best Dairy Butter, better known
20J as Latham's Butter." Apply to
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


Bacon.
J'UST 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.


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, ftoe
an entirely new set of matrixes with deep coun-
ters, are warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and
will be sold at prices to suit the times.
Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam
Engines of the most approved patterns.
Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
A Machinist constantly in attendance to repair
Presses and do light work.
Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three
times as much type as their bills amount to, may
give the above six months' insertion in their pa-
pers, and send their-papers containing it to the
subscribers.
COCKROFT & OVEREND, 68 Ann st.
New York, Aug. 6, 1845. 34-6m


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


MfIalta Nankeen Cotton Seed for
Sale.
I HAVE a few hundred bushels of Yellow
Nankeen Cottonr Seed for sale at two dollars
per bushel. This Seed is the growth of seed
imported last year from the island of Malta, in
the Mediteranean sea, and were raised and ginned
on a plantation where no other Cotton grew.
The Seed is therefore genuine. Samples of the
Cotton can be seen at the office of Messrs. McKay
& Hartshorne at Apalachicola, and which are of
a superior quality. +
The Seed can be forwarded by steamboat to
Apalachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate
landing.
REUBEN C. SHORTER, Sr.
Eufaula, Ala., Januery 27, 1846. 5-8w


On Consignment,
1T00 BOXES New Bedford Sperm Candles,
100 for sale low for Cash, by
WM. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.


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


For Sale.
20 BBLS MESS PORK; 20 1 bbls No.
OJ Mackerel; 20 1 bbls No 2 Mackerel; I
bbls Fulton Market Beef, for sale by
DODGE & PRATT,
feb28,9 40 Water street.


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


1
10


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


0 HHDS. St. Croix Sugar,
J 20 do. New Orleans Sugar, to arrive,
100 sacks Rio'Coffee; 50 do Java,
4 cases Hyson Tea,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo,
50 Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby's,
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap,
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder, .
2000 lbs Lead; 4 casks Linseed Oil,
200 legs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
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.


Boots and Shoes.
OYS' 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's coarse and fine Calf Boots,
A large and extensive assortment, just received,
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.
On Consignment.
C'f\ CASKS superior Rice, now landing from
2 J brig Tybee, and for sale by
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE.
THE subscribers have opened a new Type
X Foundry in the city of New York, where
they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for
anv kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases,
Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, ne-
cessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand
materials.
The Type which are cut in imitation of the
English letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an
entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counters,
are warranted to be unsuipassed by any, and will
be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished
by us is hand cast." The types from any foun-
dry can be matched at this establishment.
Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Engines
of the most approved patterns.
(jd Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
COCKROFT & OVEREND,
Dec. 13, 1845. ly 68 Ann-st., New-York.


OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed,
Pickled and in the Shell.
WELSH RAREBITTS,
POACHED EGGS,
BIRD SUPPERS.
W- Private Supper Rooms.
HOT LUNCH every day from 11 to 1.
Families and visitors supplied with Oysters by
the barrel or gallon. March 14


Iron, Nails, &c. ,
T HE subscribers have on hand and for se,3
wholesale and retail, low for Cash--- ,c.
20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assorted NWitsa. T
50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut,
Sheet and Boiler Iron,
Hollow Ware, a general. assortment,,
Sugar and Coldren Kettles,
Cook and Parlor StovesSad Ironx,-
Blacksmith's Tools,.Hardware,- "
Britannia and Jappand Wares, B15aiMAjldip,
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs, &
Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boxesot
Marlin Spun Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Cordage.
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar, Rosin,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,
Paints and Brushes, Rigging and Pump Leather.
Matts, Pumps and Buckets,
Tin -and Sheet Iron Ware.
March 14 ROBERTS, ALLE19 & CO.,


Molasses.
5 BBLS. N. 0. Molasses, for sale by
< March 7 J. DAY & Co
Saddlery for Sale at Cost and
Charges.
H AVING on hand an assortment of Saddles,
Bridles, &c. &c I will dispose of them as
above for cash.
On hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will
be sold for cash.
March 28 P. HOBART.


5 BALES HAY for sale by
0U MYERS & MITCHEL.
Feb. 14, 1'846. 36 Water street.


Pork & Beef.
A4f\ BBLS. Mess and Prime Pork; 30 bbls.
4 Mess and Prime Beef, for sale by
Marc 7 J. DAY & Co.


Notice.
CASH wanted for sundry accounts of long
standing. All persons interested will take
due notice and govern themselves accordingly, or
I will--dun them personally.
March 28 PETER HOBART.


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


AGGING--200 rolls, for sale by
marchl4 D. B. WOOD & CO.


ReLgal Notices.


Irmifnfctrators, otfcec,


Drug* and fedicines.
1 THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hab a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI.
CINES, which he will warrant pwn
and of the best quality. Country"
Merchants and Planters will :find t
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of the dav or night,
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts.




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v..ct Third Story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of Cor. Water and Chestnut streets, Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion Time his bt'l1ls sweep ever tolling; population, will soon find ways and Withiu the same period mao has chained
Commerce and Chestnut streets. I April 4 Apalachicola, Fa. louse. Nov 9. O'er the beautiful and strong! means of repairing whatever merely. physical the very lightening of heaven, and brought

TERMS. T. II. &: C. II Austin disasters war can inflict. But war has it down and made it administer the tnDII ,
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ill the end of the subscription\ year, FIVE DOL- (entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the Hurry Nature to her tomb. people themselves, and in the character of not only transmitted with the rapidity of
c. Apalachicola, Fa. house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. their institutions. A such this will
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lightning ; by lightning itself. Magic
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ill that arrear perioda a;-s are paid, unless at the option, of the Dec. 20, IS 15. Apalachicola. Fa. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Song re-wakes in rosy bowers. every commandable dollar will be put in requisition meshes shall at length have been perfected,
% practice in the District Courts of the Man ; not a portion of our entire frontier our globe itself will endowed with a seosi
WILL too, changes his joys fleeting
pruprrERfl Mc,s.-One square, (twelve lines Joel 'V. Perry, States, and the State Courts of the Oft they're whelm'd br sorrows but will become the scene of contest.It tivene which will render it impossible to
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or 1e rates: Circuit. Thus he hastens:: to his grave. and an Indian war the other. Its be felt from end
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Sic I caths mJ'ahs ....:.i 00' Two weeks,.... ..1 50:: Gild his life with one soft ray: on the Pacific and a war on the Atlantic : it human happiness all ibis spread of hamaa
', iusertion..1 00 J. II. & J. '1. Hull, i II. E. Owens Baseless rainbows Night fires fleetest! will side and fill the
TTvo mouths... .... w( vuc I rage on every land. light and knowledge will be arrested by
!l dt.moments' havin: :; the number of mser.aerib'J FACTORS & COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, i ATTORNEY AT LAW Dim they shine, then fade away. Suppose Oregon shall be abandoned, we war. And shall we incur a result like that
{:1- ,: by ta\\', arc SUJJccl! :: to exception No. 49 Water street, NEWTON, Dale County, Ala. In deep sadness, grief and sorrow. must raise seven armies and two navies: we for Oregon ? And this work is as jet but

g24e above rates. Nor. 1, 1513. APALACHICOLA._ FA.David January 10, 1S46. 2-tf Peace I seen ; I pray for rest ; must raise and equip an army against the commenced ; it is but the breaking of the
advertise by the a liberal disout Holy Father the
year ---
To those who may morrow Mexicans ; and let no man sneer at the dawn of the world's It
but all advertisements nottrrictly G. REMOVAL.: Tranqiiilize anxious great jubilee. pro
will} be nude: Kaiicy, my breast.
mention of such Power. Under the
c to their own business, as 'V. G. Iff. a gui mises a day of more refinement, more intellectual *
pertainin;; COMMISSIONS FOR WARDING:MERCHANTAND Davis
all legal advertisements sent in by'themtvel DEALER IN GOODS, Look I upward through life's portal : dance and training of British officers, the brightness, moral l elevation, and
ai usual rates.' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Deathless flowers bloom there for me; Mexican population can be rendered a formidable of human than
at the I consequently more felicity
will be chared No. 43: Water street. Loves unbroken Joys eternal!
adflr 1 aed either the edi- coOtlke in Floyd's new Building, opposite enemy. See what Britain has madeof the world has ever seen from its creation.
y.-r..ttprs icy bi "c to Nov 5. Iv Apalachicola, Fa. the Mansion House. Hope, up-springing endlessly! !
proprietors dad mist be roar PAID to insure"jjusinrss Dec 13, 1S45. the feeble Sepoys of India. The Mexi- Now the United States and England are
w ct:a..nnOU or Francis Kopman, A. G. Senimcs, MR. CALHOUN'S-----SPEECH.- icans are a braver and a hardier people, and ; two nations to be pre-eminently instrument

=: -'- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ATTORNEY AT LAW. Not having room for this able and comprehensive they will form the cheapest(: of all armies. al in bringing about this happy change, because
) EHmtori? SHOES,DRY GOODS.CLOTHING, HATS, &c. C3-:: Office, jVc2 Capt. Simmon's Building, With good training and good! pay, they may I consider [them :as being the most
---- Cheap for Ca.A, r.or. Centre Commerce streets. speech on the Oregon Question, be rendered a very formidable force. Thenwe advanced in the scale of human improvement -

l- f, XJMITS--e.- ii. l U :tone, II. \V. Brooks. octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.. "ov5 Apalachicola, Fla. entire, we have selected the following extract must have another anoy to guard our and most in circumstances to further

{//.tourist Stone & Co., J. C. Allen, J.-Law, in which the Senator gives his reasons Southern frontier, and another to protectour ameliorotion, because they have the controlof !
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Northern frontier, and another; to the and extensive
J for the ope- most commerceat
"Notice" great
Dll: S S lOX :MERCHANTS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, being opposed to as a
C DRUGS :
MEDICINES PAINTS '
OILS, rate on our Northeastern fcounday. and still in existence. We have been
Xo. 4'3' Water street, GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c. Bainbridge: (Decatur Co.) Ga measure calculated to entail "Unnecessary another to cover onr Indian frontier. At thus present distinguished by providence for a great
awl Apalachicola, Fla. also; C3:::: Will attend punctually the Courts war the countr- '
.1 general assortment of Superior : upon the least estimate, we shall require forceof and a noble purpose, and I trust we shall
BOOKS BLANKS of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of I Now being brought to the alternative not less than two hundred thousand men
BcnjumiH Salter, STATIONERY, &c., &c. the South Western and of the : by fulfill our high destiny.
COMMISSION, : 1 << :M ERCH! :ANT, cor. of Centre & Commerce streets, the Southern Circuit., county of Thomasof circumstances over which I had no control, in the field. In addition to that, the venerable Again, I am opposed to war, because t
XI, J\Vdter street-Up; stain, nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. rnav3 1 !go for compromise and against war. Butin and intelligent Abert:' Gallatin has holdthat it is now to determined whether

I-/) 1,1SIJ.: :Apalachicola| Fla.rrauLtit P. Hobart, John Bilbo, this course I am actuated by no unmanly calculated the cost of such a war at sixty- i two such nations these shall exist for the

DAMKL.J. DAY.J. :MANUFACTURER AND: DEALER IN ATTORNEY AT LAW, I fear of consequences. I know that, un- five millions of dollars; tut that amount is future as friends or enemies. A declaration
J UAV. : CABINET FURNITURE. ALBANY, .GA. der the existing state of the world, wars are too small. A hundred millions is not an I of war of one of them against the other
Day te Co., f:? No. 44 Water street-Up stairs, WILL practice'Vestern in the several Courts of the sometimes necessary\ ; the utmost regard overestimate ; and ofthissum fifty millions must be pregnant with miseries, not only to

COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, novlS Apalachicola, Fla. Stewait countiesAu ; Circuit, and Thomas and for justice and equity cannot always prevent must he raised: annually, by; loans or paper; themselvs, but to the world around them.

No. 32 Water street, JLockliart & Young, ?. 5,1S45. 31-tf them. And when war must be met, I shallbe so that, allowing the war lo continue for Another reason is, that mighty means are
j>c5 ApiUchicola, Fa.sy..tlso COMMISSION and FORWARDINGMERCHANTS among the last to ((1 rich ; I may appealto ten years, we shall have an amount of five now put into the hands of both to cement
: AS'nts for die .Etn-i Ii ur u.cr Co." Advances. my past: history in support of this asser- hundred millions of public debt. Add to and secure a perpetual peace by breaking
the" Pfllh.'rlll'fl IIllIrIICCo." : : ." and the lldrt- No. 53 Water street, Subscribers continue to mak advances on tion. But 1 am averse from goin to war this the losses which must accrue on loans : down the barriers of commerce and reuniting
f(>J InjJi; lore: 1 Co. Hartford Conn. no30 Apalachicola, Fla. THE consigned: to their friends at Liverpool on this question, for the reasons I have given. it will be very difficult to get these loans negotiated them more closely in an intercourse

Ls. Fred. E. Dtt ;'as, Wai. W. SIMS.! '\11.V.. CHEEVER.: Havreew'York and Boston, But not for these only. I bave still in Europe ; for owing to the unfortunate mutually beneficial. If this shall be accomplished

FACTOR AND COMMISSION Sims & Clicevcr, D. B. WOOD & Co. higher reasons. Although wars may at manner in which this affair has been other nations will, one after

No.:MERCHANT..> Columbus Block, COMMISSION: I I M ERe II ANT S, Dec > 29 Water street. times: be necessary, yet peace is a positive conducted, the feeling in Europe will be another follow the fair example. and a ,..
D"C 4.ISta.) : AnalirhicolaFa. (;:?- OiGce, No. 6 Columbus Buildings, Advances to New Orleans. good and war is a positive evil ; and I clingto generally against us.V'e cannot obtain state of general prosperity heretofore: un-
dec4 Apalachicula, Fla. T IBERAL: Cash Advances made on consignments peace so long as it can be preserved con- the requisite sums under an interest of thir- known, will gradually unite and bless the
Harper A Holmes JLJ of Cotton or other produce to New sistently with the national safety and honor; ty and forty per cent. Add all these expenses nations of the world.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Cookc A Home, Orleans. J. DAY & Co. and I am against war so long as it can be and our total debt'' will not be less And far more than that. An intercourse
also, CODnS5IOIERCH.XTS: : Dec i j 52 Water st. avoided without a sacrifice of either. I am than seven hundred and fifty millions. like this points to that inspiring day which
.-1:f2for IJ,e 4SU.N No. 13, St. Charles Street, Advances. opposed to war in this case, for neither of But this is not all. We shall be plungedinto philosophers have hoped for, which poets

;\w rU.\L(tie INSURANCE of\\"ctc fork COMPANY: New-Orleans. THE undersigned will make liberal advances these exigencies exist: it may be, as I con- the paper system as deeply as we were have seen in the bright visions of fancy, and
of City 51' A\DIU.W S. COOKE. A\fO Hot;'(. Cotton consigned to his friends in New ceive, avoided without sacrificing either the in the days of the Revolution ; and what which prophecy has seen in holy yi.sion-
No. : Water street,
feb 5. York, Boston :and Providence.\ national honor If these will then be situation the close of
our at shall learn Who
:\''.- 1ISO.; ; \nabchicnla, F. or safety. dangersdid when men war no more.
Jas. F. Farrior, N'ov'29 WM. T. WOOD, exist, to a certain extent, war is still the war ? We shall be left with a mortgageof can contemplate a state of the world like
Edward 42 Water
JlcCully, GENERAL HECBIVINU. FORWARDING: street. highly inexpedient; because our rights in seven hundred and fifty millions of dollars this, and not feel his heart exult at the
(J, TtlSIIEI:; { ( &:!I \,or AN"!D DEALER CO\Dll: ::MERCHANT: Ad i aticCs. Oregon can be sustained with more than an I on the labor of the American people; for itfalls prospect ? And who can doubt that, in the
I IX DiiV tfOODS A.N'JJ No. 9 Columbus Block THE subscribers: countinue, a-i heretofore, to equal chance ot[I" success without war than I on the labor of the country at last, hand of an omnipotent providence, a free
No. 9 Coluiiibuj Blrck, nov9 Apalachicola, Fla. liberal advances on Cotton consigned: with it. This is a great and weighty reason while much of the money will go into the and unrestricted commerce shall prove one
Nov 2) Apalachicola T. J. S. :' FORD. M. M. BUTT. to the address of their Iriends in Liverpool, New against war. He who goes .so stoutly to I pockets of those who struck not a blow in of the greatest agents in bringing it about.

""UI. (:. I'orier & Co. Sanford V Butt, York Oct.or 25:Boston. C. ROGERS 47 Water& Co. war for"all of Oregon or none," may possibly I the contest. We should then have the task Finally, I am against war because peace
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.No. street. come out of it with "none." I concede to of restoring a circulating medium of a -peace is pre-eminently I our policy. There
O.u) Elt:5: i.v tOTS AND COMMISSION
1 F:act 1.\:;1'-5.: decl 30: Water Street, my countryman the possession of all the sounder character, and that from the deepest are nations in the world who may resort to
No. U Water Street. Apalachicola, Fla. Exchange. bravery, patriotism and intelligence whichcan degradation of the currency. This is a war for the settlement of their differences,

X.., 23 Apalaohicola, Fa.Wtn. Avery A:: Jones, THE subscribers,are prepared as Agents.for to purchase::the Bank bills on of be claimed for them, but we shall go 1 I I 1 hard job, as all of us know who have gone and still grow great ; but that nation is not

--- 'I'f'ool GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, New York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or into this contest with great disadvantages on 1 through with it. Besides the influence of our Providence has cast our happy inheritance -
No. 31 Waterstreet. Charleston, and check on New York in sums to ourside. As long as Great Britain: has a the war: will naturally be to obliterate the where its frontier extends for
COMMISSION MERCHANT:: Dec 13 Apalachicola, Fa. suit purchasers.Nov .. I'irge force in the east, and is mistress of line of distinction between the State and twenty-three degrees of latitude along the

No. -12 Water street, "V. A. & I.. C. Kain, 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co. the sea, she can carry on the war at much the General Government. We shall hearno Atlantic coast, has given us a land which
Nnv2:!?, .\.Mla. hicota. Fa. less about State but the Government
COMMISSION MERCHANTS: T UMBER: INSPECTOR.-The undersigned expense. more rights, in natural: advantages, is perhaps unequalledby
AJ.SERT! : DJDr; CHARLES PRATT. Office: No. 4 Columbus Buildinz: *, JLJ having been appointed Inspector of Lumber There is another reason why I am opposed will become in effect a consolidated any other. Abundant in all resource, ;
Dodge & Pratt, Nov. 1, 1S4"5. Apalachicola, Fa. for Franklin County, offers his services to the to it : the war would soon cease to republic. By our very success, it will excellent in climate ; fertile and exuberant
SaPIX3: & CfUOHS"I0lEliCHAXTS: public in that capacity, and will attend to all be for Oregon : the struggle: would be: for" give a military impulse to the national mind. in soil ; capable of sustaining in the plentiful
Wm. H Kimbrough, II. B. Kimbrough. duties appertaining to said appointment. He maybe empire and it would be between the greatest which can never be overcome. The ambi- enjoyment of all the necessaries of life,
No. -10 Water Street, Vin. II. Kiinbron & Co., found at 22 Water street. Power in Europe on the one side, and tion of the nation will seek conquest after a population of two hundred millions of
-Nov :22 Apalachicola, Fa. COMMISSION: ( & FORWARDING1IERCHANTS.. March 2s JAMES GIBSON. the greatest and most growing and spirited conquest and will soon become possessed souls. Our great mission as a people is to

JIcKtiy: & Ilartsjiornc. Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs, T UMBER: [INSPECTOR:..The undersigned i people of the \V 'st on the other. It wouldbe by a spirit totally inconsistent with the forms occupy this vast domain-there to fulfil the
COMMISSION I 1 I 1 :M ERe H A NTS"u. Apalachicola, Fla. JLJ having been appointed Inspector r of Lumber; pressed on upon both sides with all the and enius of our Government ; and this primeval command to increase and multiply,
\ ,. -JOVaM- street, fXJ-:: Liberal advances on cotton consigned; to for the County of Franklin, offers his services to force, vigor, energy, and perseverance of will lead, by a straight: and easy road, to and replenish the land with an industrious
,Nrv.I I I ltl!". ., Apalachicola; : Florid: their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or the public in that capacity, and will attend to all two great and brave nations; each would that gulf of all republics-a military despot- and virtuous population ; to level the forests,
-------- ------- ---- Havre. Nov. 1 1,1515.; duties appertaining to said appointment. strike\ the other in the most vulnerable point, im.rPhen we shall have to provide for and let iu upon their solitude the light of
D. C. Wood & Co., CORNELIUS GRADY. and the blows would. be tremendous.- three or four successful generals, who will day; to clear the swamps and morasses, and
(jt: Et\L: CXMMKSION MERCHANTS, Thomas Preston, l\farch2'2IS45. Amidst the uproar of such a contest, Ore- soon be competing fur the PresidencBefore ).- redeem them to the plough and the sickle;
No. ::)) AV4tertrert. COMMISSION: AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT Fire would the which the bill and dale the echoes of
:Nov., I, isij. Apalachicola Fla. and !Marine Insurance. gon soon he forgotten-utterly for- generation waged war to spread over
---- -- -- THE PELICAN MUTUAL INSURANCE gotten : to be recovered, if at all, on the shall have passed away they will witness a human labor and human happiness and con-
Tho L. Jlilchcl, APALACHICOLA. :\ Y, of the City of New York, contingencies of success or the reverse. contest between hostile generals. He who tentment ; to fill the land with cities, aud
RZCBn'I'loOftW.ItUI\ ; C;, AND Office,No. 45, corner Entrance Water and Chestnut Chestnut streets, having established an Agency at Apalachicola, My next reason is, that, though it is alleged conquered Mexico, and he who conquered towns, and villages; to unite its opposite extremities -
CO.IlISS10ICRCIIAXT: Oct.upstairs.25, 15-15.- on street.6m will favorable be prepared terms.to take Marine and Fire Riskson that we must tight in order to {protectour Canada, will each insist upon his right to by turnpikes and railroads: ; to

X,). J; Water -street, citizens in Oregon, instead of their protection the seat of power, and they will end their scoop out canals for the transmission of itsproducts
CHARLES
A. GREEN
-=Nnr.1,191} i. Apalachicola; : Fla. Roberts, Allen & Co., Office, No. 23: Water St., Apalacinccla, Agent. war would ensure their utter de- struggle; by the sword. Freedom thus lost, and open rivers for its internal
Myers & Ulitclicl MANUFACTURERS IN TIN, IRON,COPPER, Nov S. Gm struction. It is the most certain way to institutions thus underminded and overturned trade. War can only impede the fulfilment
BRASS, &c. sacrifice thorn. This I will never consent never can be recovered. The national of this high mission of Heaven; it absorbsthe
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ALSO, DEALERS IN olice. to do. They are American citizens-our ruin will be irretrievable. wealth, and diverts the energy which
No. 30 Water-street, Hardware, Stove, Britannia and Japaned Wares, TilE subscriber wishes to close his business in brethren and kindred. We have encouraged I 1 appeal, then, to geutlemen near me- miiiht be so much better devoted to the improvement -
Nov 15. Apalachicola, Fa. Iron, Steel, :Nail, Spikes, Grate Bars, as he intends leaving the place, them to go there ; and I never will to my friends, whose separation from us on of our country. All we want is
thul tea Sugar: Kettles and Mills, and other. and immediate requests pament.all persons He indebted will continue to him to to make; do give a vote the result of which must be their this question I deeply regret-and I say to peace-established peace; and then time,
Rogers; John Munn. Castings; Ship Chandlery.c.Oct. and But if is it for who Democratspar the of wise and cautious
20, 1515.PALAClUCOLA, Fa work during! the time he has to remain to settle utter speedy destruction. we them, you, are under guidance a
I Chas. Rogers; & Co. ----- his business! !, at the lowest prices that can be afforded make a compromise on latitude 49, they excellence-for you, who are the ene- policy, will soon effect for us :all the rest, I
COMMISSION WILLIAM DICKEY. J. W. H.t IMUan. for cash, and cash only. will be safe-for, if 1 am rightly informed mies of paper money, and the sworn destroyers say time will do it, uuder the influence ofa
Sov.1,1S43. Water street, Dickey & Hammond, W. C. LAWRENCE. there is not a man of them to be found northof of all banks and all artificial classesin vise and masterly inactivity phrase R
Apalachicola Fa. SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS, _Apalachicola_ Feb 21, 1S16. S-tf that line. This will carry all the points society-is it for you to vote for a mea- than which none other has been less under

ALTA Wrm, \\',){. A.Wylic l\CIE-iZIE. Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa. Wanted to Purchase for Cash. we have to view., instead of sacrificing them sure of such very equivocal success 1 stood, or more grossly misrepresented, by
NEGRO BOY, from 13 to 20 of all. But I have still higher reasons. I am some, \vhe should have known better, it has
& McKenzie, October IS, 1SI5 42tf: A years age
COMMISSION suitable for taking care of a horse and I am against war, too, for the reasons opposed to war as a friend to human im been construed to mean inaction. But ,
No. 42 Water MERCHANTS, II.: It. Taylor, waiting in the house. Apply to common to the whole Union. I believe provement, to human civilization, to human mere inertness, and what is meant by a wise
_c Pt.l, ISt' street Apalachicola, Fa. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING mchU WOOD & CO, 32 Watcr-st. that the most successful and triumphantwar progress and advancement. Never in the inactivity, are things wide a part as the poles-
MERCHANT, N oticc.ALL we could possibly wage--even if in ten history of the world has there occurred a The one is the offspring of ignorance and

Michael A. Myers, No. Water-street, Executors, Administrators, and Guar- years we should get all the most extravagant period so remarkable as the peace which indolence ; the other is the result of the !
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION Sept! ly Apalachicola. heretofore commissioned by the County advocate of war has dared to hope for-if followed the battle Waterloo for the profoundest wisdom-a wisdom which looks
MERCHANT, Court of Franklin County, will be expected we' could take the CmarJas, and New Bruns- great advances made in the condition of human into the nature and bearing of things; whichsees
\f ov i. 194:.\0., :))6. Water street, Henry Hodges, to make their annual settlements on or before the wick, and Nova Scotia, and every other society, and that in various forms. how conspiring causes work out their
::1-.=D- > Analachicola, Fla. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION 1st Monday of April next in the Probate's office, British possession, and drive her flag from The chemical and mechanical powers have effects, and shape and change the condition
Bucket. HARGROVE HowARD MERCHANT, of said county, or default therein will be noted the whole continent, and prosecute our advantages been investigated and applied to advance the of man. Where find that natural causes

Bugbee & Howard, 22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa. against them.L. till we had accomplished (the downfall comforts of human life in a degree far be- will of themselves work out our good, our
COM USSIOi AND FORWARDING W. SPRATT, Judge Probates. of the British throne, and she should yond all that was ever known or hoped be- wisdom is to let them.work ; and all our
MERCHANTS H. R. WOOD. P. W. CULLEN. Apalachicola, March 14, 1846. mch4 ll-3t yield up spear and shield and trident at our fore. Civilization has been spreading its task is to remove impediments. In the pre-

No. 7, Columbus Block, Wood & Co., Sugar. feet, it would be to us the most disastrousevent influence far and wide, and the general progress sent case, one of the greatest of these impediments
....hov.1,1g45.. .. Apalachicola, Fa. AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION 5 HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. superior that could happen. I do not alludeto of human society has outstripped all is found in our patience. V'
C.A.GB.EEl'r. MERCHANTS, ,4 St. Croix, in store, for sale by the ravages and desolations of warfare ; that had been previously witnessed. The He who cannot understand the differtnca
C. H. CONWERY: No. 32: Water street, March 7 J. DAY & Co. to the oceans of blood that must flow, and invention of man has seized upon and sub between an inactivity like this,and mere stupid

Green & Connery Nov. I, ISt5. Apalachicola, Fa. Rope. the various miseries that ever accompany jugated two great agencies; af the natural inaction, and the doing of nothing, baa ,
COyi MERCHANTS Liberal advances made on consignments. 300 COILS, for sale by t the contest of arms: ; because I have never world which never before were made the yet but in the horn-book of political science.
tSSION street, The strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors. march4 D B WOOD & CO. observed that the statement of these thingshad servants of man : I refer to steam and electricity Yes, time-ever-laboring time-will effect

..:.!! S. APALACHICOLA, FA. Sales at Store every Saturday.BngillG' Bacon Sides. any great effect upon a brave people.No .- under which, of course, I include every thing for us. Our population is ncrtr
A FEW casks, prime quality, landing and doubt the evils would be very great, because magnetism in all its phenomena. Stearn increasing at the annual average of six hun
Samuel SclaUrer.fo. and Rope. for sale byNOURSE there are no two nations in the world has been controlled and availed for all the dred thousand. Let the next tWefntj-fiTO:
.VHOLESALE rrucular AND RETAIL GROCER, 100 PIECES GING heavy 50 Coils KENTUCKEY Also BAG.200 STONE & CO, who can do each other so much harm in purposes of human intercourse, and by its years elapse, and our increase gill bate
tteamhoat u attention and paid ship to stores.putting up family. sacks corn, for sale;by Rope ; feb28 9 46 Water street, war, or so much good in peace, as Great resistless energies has brought nations together reached a million a year, and'at'the end of"

No. 4D Water street, BUGBEE & HOWARD, wanted by Britain and the United States. The devastation whom nature had seemed to separateby that period we shall count 'population: of*
(ecy A1IlSebicels na. jan3 iNo 7, Columbus Block. CEDAR !* D. B. WOOD & CO. would be tremendous on both sides. insurmountable barriers. It has short forty-five raillioD. Before that day, it.wtH0




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have spread from ocean to ocean. The lions of modern commerce, so that while it V iThiiciuurii-Eit; have i given: ;; occular proof" of their willingness peace, ho would be willing to stop at fort!}- so took'hold of Tucker, in-the Ihnj-

'toast of the Pacific will then be as densely rises in power, it is drawing itself up also to do the former, and an opportunity nine.We he nearly bit"the end of one of her V
populated and as thickly se&ttled with villages into a more close and ominous proximity need hardly say to our readers, who off *
AP APALACH1COLA SATURDAY APRIL U, 1843.Th I IO,1 soon offer for them to demonstratethe
and towns as tbe coast of the Atlantic to the great nations of tbe world. What may know the standing of public men well, that It appears from the contents of
,OW. Iu another generation we shall have will be the effect of this new position assumed : following gentlemen are authorized(: I remainder ,of the proposition, and we this avowal opinion (if we are not mistaken pocket-book, that be is from "Tuck Madifl
reached eighty millions of people, and. if! by M. Guizot, it is difficult to foretell Agents for the COMMEECIAL: ADVXETIEB,and will.. I hope I they will G)!' ,equally ready to partici- in supposing such an avowal to have county, Virginia;" and that daring tLt
'We can preserve peace, who shall set bounds I ; one thing is sure, that however much receive and receipt for subscriptio, or advertisements I pate in the "po"mp. and circumstance of been made) is of no small importance at the week he spent several days in Baltin
to our prosperity or our success 1 1Vith we may protest against it, we cannot be the :- 1 glorious var" when the tug comes. We I present moment. It makes the prospect of the purchase of merchandise. The
one foot planted on the Atlantic and the nation that we must be, without incurring MESSES. MASON' &; TUTTLE 33 William Street, feel ourselves authorised for the I ultimate Unanimity-or near approach to bills from the following house, gene* ,
other on the Pacific, we shall occupy a position all that he proposes. Nothing will save us New York. I to speak Unanimity-so much the brighter. We made out in his name as genr't M .
between the two old rontinents of the from it, but to transfer the U. S. to some DAVID BRAVO, ES,;., New. Orleans. west wing of the Florida Militia, that theyare certainly rejoice in it; and we call on that Kelly, Ball & Co.; J. A- Field & Co?j

world-a position eminently calculated to other planet. From this moment onwardour JAMES WM. W.II.CHKEVER WILSON: ,,Esq.Esq.,,Fort Albany Gaines, Ga. Ga. "equal to either fortune,"-peace or distinguished lover of Unanimity, the editorof caud & Hoffman ; Griffith, FiUa er.;
secure to us the commerce and the influence position is changed. Major JACIC HARDJIAN, Eufaula, Ala. the Union, to rejoice with us. Magruder ; T. P. Harrison; Fort?I
of both. It" we abide by the counselsof There is, too, another and .deeper reason war.As We ought not to omit noticing the fact Wehrly ; W. & S. Wymao & Co.-
common sense-if succeed in preserving for the rising jealousy that is now manifested {:r/*" We call attention! to the Prospectusof the returns will plainly show, politicswere that Mr. SEVIER'S speech was deliveicd & Bergef1 Smith & Atkinson; Norritt Ca

our constitutional liberty, we shall -that I mean which is stated with so the "Statesman's,Annual. ," published in but little mixed with the election. four-and-twenty hours after the communi- Brothers, S. & R. Hough; Griffin .
then exhibit a spectacle such as the world much gravity by M. Theirs, when he says another column. ."*"s. Some of the candidates were brought into cation to the Senate of the President's mes- man & Co.CorrellpOodence. ,Yraf
never saw. I know that this 'one great mission that France can no way hope to obtain her the field by their friends: ; some were started sage. In that speech he maintains that the _._
is encompassed wild difficulties; but .freedom nf action, except by the growth and "DEMOCRATIC RJoVIEw.-Throl1gh the for sake and others i President is not so committed, by any thing [ of the Charleston ConnfTi
such is the inherent energy of our political political expansion of the U. S. He speaks merely opposition's ; i done either by himself or by others, as to WASHINGTON=" March 31, IS|
system, and such its expansive capabilitythat like one who Knows the working of Euro- politeness of the publishers, we received a like the bold Kentuckian, were on their i be precluded from negotiating on the principle A grand national fair for the exbibitio j
it may be made to govern the widest pean diplomacy-knows that France is restrained few days since the March number of this'able "own hook." As far; as politics was madea of compromise. He therefore, evi- American fabrics, is to be held here omk

space. If by war we become great, we cau- in the working of its free principles, periodical, accompanied by a circular question, however, the democrats were by dently does not regard the President's message 20th May for the purpose of enlighua-.'';.
oot be free; if we will be both great and by a combination governments all engagedto asking us to aid in the extension of its circulation far the most active, as we have noticed they as changing! the state of things. members of Congress on the subject J'.'
free, our policy is peace. prevent the development of institutionsthat Now, let us ask, with all respect, and in quality and prices of domestic rnanos
by acting as Agents for the work ; always are on such occasions here-they in with
may be uncomfortable or dangerous to all humility, why should not the one or the tures comparison foreign artfS' ,
[Correspondence of the Hartford Courant ] the neighborhood of monarchy. M. '1'. is with whii'h request we will cheerfully comply march up, "horse, foot, and dragoons," other of the two Governments immediately of the same kind. The TariffBill wile

PARIS: JANUARY 25, 1816. not a republican name. He does not speakas uutil .we find some one who will giveit even to the election of a bailiff, equippedin propose to re-open the negotiation, if it be come up till about that lime. j
I: have made the circuit of n'considerable one of the republican part, but he sees, more attention than we shall be able to do. a manner that will tell when the report is not already re-opened on the basis to which 1 learn that Mr. M'Kay wishes to rr
Europe without undertaking, asyet, with the comprehensive eye of a statesman, The we have so often referred Is not this a instead of \Valker'sBill, a pUno
number
part before us contains its usual heard while
a compliance with your request; and I know that there is, in France, what sympathizes j ; the whigs never come out plain duty resting on each and both the what similar to that which he framed (
not that 1 have now any thing to communicate with the U. S., and that when the United amount of valuable and interesting matter, unless. there is some great contest in which Governments? Why should agitation and years ago. The Southern free trade m*
which will :fculyinterest your readers. States have become that vast :and mighty and a portrait of the Hon. John Fairfield, principle is involved. To this fact is attributable alarm be continued Why should useful bers will be less favorable to this proi

1 send you the Report however of a recent. nation which they are destined to become, U. S. Senator from Maine. The first article the majorities Bailey and Pitt- commercial enterprise be longer embarrass than to Mr. Walker's though they do
debate in the Chamber of Deputies, of filling the sea with their power, and casting on English and French intervention man, over Camp and Morton in this edVhy should both countries and both entirely approve of the latter.
which our country is the subject, and which their shadow across the nalions of the county. Governments. be longer disturbed and an- \V'alker'sproject will, it is estfma
in the Rio de la Plata the'Hon.
deeply concerns our future history.: Vou world. then there will be a hallance of power by Caleb The following is the vote :- noyed, by a controversy which it is now yield twenty-four millions ; which will t
will\ see that the Prime Minister of France, cast on the side of France. She will Gushing;, is written with the author's accus- Major General.-Bailey, 97 ; Camp, 62 ; evident. can be settled at once to the entire he enough for the current expenditures
In vindicating the interference of France have her freedom of action. Nothing couldbe tomed force and ability, and presents the Dupont, 7. satisfaction of both countries ? the rate Congress is going on. DiJ

and England in the matter of Texas now more true, and na truth: could have a injustice of the unrighteous war which the Brigadier Genera/.-Pittman, 93; M or- A disposition was manifested in the Sen- I taxes must soon be resorted to, aoJ win| \
avows the necessity of providing for the vaster import. We have only to imagine the ate yesterday to bring the debate to 3 con- inevitable, if the warlike preparations 8
allied forces in that
safety of France and the world by arranging United States becoming; a nation of a hun- are carrying on country, ion, 71. clusion in a few days. It will probably he recommended shall go on. '
balance of power that shall include the dred millions of people. filling the world in sinking and not very enviable light.In Colonel.-R. J. Floyd, 143; H. R. Taylor terminated next week ; and we indulge the There now appears to be a general '

U. States-that some counterpoise must be with her commerce advanced in arts and addition to this, the present number con- 32. confident hope and expectation tlm: it will pression that negotiations! are about t ti .
sought for, in the new world or the old, to I intelligence and social happiness, and Presenting tains another Frank Forrester's" inter Lieutenant Colonel.-Wm. H. Hughes, be terminated by a declaration of the judg- renewed with England: on the Ore oD qu
nation her formidable front to the of the Senate and and lion. It is apprehended by the ultra
operate! as a check upon a so ambitious combined esting articles-No. 4 of the series-on the ment so just pacific,
and advancing by strides so gigantic. hostility of the world, to see that all; 142.Major. snpported by such strength of numbers as gon pnrty. that the question will SOOQ
This is a new position, never before avowed, the restraints which now encompass Franceare "Game of North America ; "Papers of .-Thomas II. Netherton, 113. to show a clear path for e.-ch; or either of settled by compromise. Still there
I aDd one that involves very important conse- dissolved. There is a new balance of an Old Dartmouth Prisoner by Nathaniel the Governments to go forward with amicable some doubts about it, which would
quences. You will see too that the French moral power as well as pliysicaland France Hawthorne ; "James Nayler" by J. G. MILITARY ELECTION small vote was propositions; and, in our judgment it solved by another call upon the PrP.liid .
papers denounce our neutral policy, prescribed will be assuredly! free to do her will, how- Whittier; Ncio England," by Mrs. Mer- polled in this precinct yesterday, with the will be an honorable rivalry between them as proposed by Mr. J. M. Clayton
Washington' as a mean and sel- ever much it may annoy the neighborhoodof to see which should treul that path first. Mr. Clayton's resolutionyesterday uas tpkea
fish policy-such as would disgrace] a man monarchy. 1 mistake too if the French cier; Commercial Reform etc. etc. following results : and afforded an opport Jhn j l
among men, and is equally unworthy of a government, i ia the new position that is The present reduced price of the sub- Major General.-Camp 150, Bailey 77, [Correspondence. of the U.ilrirr.orc Sim.] a Very precise statementof bJ Mr. WtV
nation in the grand society of nations. For avowed, is not actuated by a sense of the scription to this periodica1-heing now onlyTIfREY. Dupont 39. Brigadier General.-Hunter A$HI'iGTOIarch: 20, IrfJG.ANOTHER ; his views! of the btate 'of the Orfj

one cause or other this debate Ins: exciteda fact for the strliility, of the present tlynasty DOLLARS,-ought; to insure for it a 104, Allison !91, Walker 37, Scott 32. Co.lonel.Sibley CHAPTER OF CRIMESBy the question. Mr. Webster's object. itissl
profound interest in Pans ; in the in France, is !more endangered by the republican 11 o'clock train of cars from your city yesterday was to (put forth the views of I his side cit ii'|
English very for a very obvious reason ; in the feeling of the nation, than by any wide circulation. Although it is a Democratic 169, McBride 81. Lieutenant there arrived a young man. probably chamber. that they might go out to EnJ
French because it involves the Cabinet, other cause. To call oct and embody a Review, it is devoted in a great mca Colonel.--Sherwood 246. J1ajor.-La. between 37 and 40 years of :ago: with a pair land by the packet the'firsf. \ 1Mr.
though principally because of the purposeit feeling iu favor of the present mode of goveinrnent ure to Literature, not a single article having tham 168, Burnett 104-scattering 17. of saddle baj.s and an umbrella; In- proceeded Webster as you will see, isWrtJ t

reveals to raise a barrier against' : the republican and against; republicanism, is, in a political bias, appearing in the number At Quincy we learn the following was the _..1.to.__the:.. "United. __ ... St.n.tcs.__:_Hotel:_ ._ L": on_ .PmnAvenue. Lu.1I- opinion._:_._ : _that_..1:_the_ .l public. ____ __.miud_ _I in..hoihV... .nr2. <
feeling of the nation : in the Americans (fact one of the problems of the times. .. .. ,. u :5]Ivillild .d.. jk.riazmii;. ins JifljYCII IIJt" 13 :tuuu:; down- upon toe 4.nn parallf
becanse it has an aspect of referenceto But the general opinion seems to be that I before us. We arc not anxious for the poll (lor Major, and Jjrigatlier General. in his haud for some time, he bauntered as the line demarcation between thrBrti

the delicate question now pending: between the present dynasty dies notwithstanding! I I extension of their political doctrines but Dupont 118, Bailey 63, Camp 8, Allison about the rooms: apparently[ in an uneasy >h and American possessions ihe X or! .
us and Great Britain. To me, how- with Louis Phillippe. However that may the publishers have our best wishes for the 134 Hunter 65, Scott 20, Walker 6. slate of mind. The clerk politely requested West Coast ; and be warn Great Brim

ever, it has: had yet another and distinct be, nothing can be more sure than that there pecuniary success of their enterprise. For Colonel.-Erskine, 104 ; Condrey 89; him to enter his name on the hook, to that she must not expect lo obtain any t tc
kind of interest, au interest of forecast, in are elements of sound liberty at work in Verdier 31. Tallahassee Sentinel.or which he seemed indifferent but replied ritory south of foriy-niue. As to harbor!
-[
which I have contemplated the rising day; France, which will somehow have their way.I "Tm: HISTORY OF ROMAMS.M: : : from the earliest ifl7/ name is John T. Tucker." The clerk and the .temporary or permanent naigtic!
of our nation, its appalling power, the enemies I am surprised! by what I see of the condition corruptions of chrir-tianity to the prfjert t lime: then entered hi* name and asked where he of the Columbia he supposes that th
that will be leagued;; against it, the ( and character of the French people. bv the Kev.. Publisher JOHN- DOWLINO, 114 Fulton, A. st M.,"New-York.formAmWALKHI : ( The President has officially recog- was from? he answeredfront Maryland"and might be made the subject of an amicab'
changes it must woik in the relations of man They are fast becoming a new people.- Price, $3. nised CARLOS LEBAnON, as Vice Consulof it was: so recorded. An hour or two arrangement.
to government every where the conflicts of The Revolution was a terrible. but yet I We are indebted to the Publisher for a Portugal for the port of Mobile. elapsed when he remarked that he would Mr. Clayton's resolution was postpon:
diplomacy and possibly of arms which are am convinced, a cheap good to France. It like to see a physician, and asked frequently for the presen.
of this
valuable work. It/is
to be the necessary penalty of its greatness. Las broken up the old system and blown it I copy a large NAVAL.The U. S. brig Somers Commander when the boat left for Fredericksburg.Dr. Gen. Houston took his seat as Senati
The debate was: opened by M.\ Guiznt. as chaff: the winds. Priestcraft has come j I volume of nearly 700 octavo pages, and for Tngr ham, arrived here on Sundayla Gold was immediately sent for, and from Texas. Upon drawing ballots, ;2
A few days after, :'I. Tliiers: took occasion to a full p.nll-the lordly' manners of the beauty of typographical execution i is not t, 8 days from Vera Cruz. She brings promptly attended. but when introduced usual, he fell into the class of Senato-
t3 assail the doctrine touching our country hierarchy are utterly swept away. Proper-I surpassed fey any work we have seen. It the stranger treated him with indifference; whose term expires on the 3d March: 134
has iuto nothing later than received by the Water but better became Gen. Rusk fell into the class whose :
avowed by Mr. G. This speech was received ty gone a new I is embellished with handsome illustrative upon acquaintance' engaged te.
fifty
both in and out of the Chamber with fact well distributed-better nowhere as I j Witch at New Orleans. Left at anchor off in conversation. A suggestion was expires March 3d, 1831.
great enthusiasm. The next day M. Gui- might::! shew by statistics, save in the United | ( steel engravings( and the work altogether the Island of Sacrificiouslhe U. S. Frigate made to Tucker by tin- clerk th. t, as he ap- Mr. Barrow spoke on the Oregon
zot replied. Py the politeness of our Con- Slates. Industry is called into action, and i j is got up in a style that reflects much Cumberland, flag ship of Commodore Con- peared unwell it would he helter for him to t ji)fl.
sul, Mr. Walsh". I was able: to be present stimulated by new hopes. The arts are advancing credit upon the artist and the publisher. have a fire in his room, retire to bed &c., The Bill supplying de/irieucJes in lamfr
though the eagerness of the public to hear: with rapid strides. Wealth is hi- j 1 I Of the merits of the \\'orlas a history, not ner, the Ships Falmouth St. Mary's and but no attention was: )paid: to it, until immediately appropriations passed by I i
% the debate was to great as to m.ike it extremely creasing. Education is becoming a topic of Brig Porpoise.[Pensacola G azclte. after dinner when he called impatiently ; House.
difficult to obtain a ticket. Every greater interest ; and with all this, it is having perused it, we cannot speak ; but we for his room, to which he was showed The Sub-Treasury Bill was! next taken,
niche in the galleries was occupied. And cN-arly: to be seen, which must indeed b., a see that.the papers of the North pronounce The National Intelligencer of the 27th by one of the servants. Dr. Gold gave in Committee, and will be forced lhron;
tbe attitude and manner of the assemblage: consequence that: the character of the upon it tire highest encomiums. \Ve will ult., has the following just remarks on the him one or two prescriptions-one to be administered at once, without discussion.WASHINOTO.I.

were such as to indicate the profoundest people i is undergoing a very marked change. take pleasure in exhibiting the copy on our Senate of the United States, to whom the as late as 11 o'clock last night- April!I
feeling of interest. Dialogue and gesture I had heard of the volatility of the French which were all duly attended to. Duringthe ; The Unicorn having been out twehe*
table to one who would) like it.ITl look with confidence them
any to see people to save
and silence, looks of thou htfulness and people, as who has not ; and I expected last evening Tucker frankly confessed may soon l>e expected to arrive and! hen
when I entered France from the evils in which the weak and uncertain that his indisposition; was induced dissipation. flligence have effect thefcli'ieiations
looks of passion-all indicated that the mind to see nothing/ (::: :" At the election for a Cotfncilman of by ; may an upon
ef the great auditory wa< powerfully wrought else-and indeed that 1 should hardly he counsels of others, threatened to involve of the Senate.
upon. And the subject was my country !- able to keep my gravity. But the (first thing this city held on Monday last, M. M. the country. The remarks of the Intelli This morning! between 5 and 6 o'clock. Mr. Webster, it is: believed has been I
my country as a great nation, fit to be that struck me, on landing from Italy was, I j BUTT, Esq.. was elected. We,have: now an Tucker arose without any appearance of communication with Mr. M'LaneTauJt(
the views of individual Senatorsis
viewed if not with enmity, yet? with jealous that I come among a sedate, sober, thinking industrious and public-spirited Board: and) gencer on unusual excitement-'he servant handed; he is advised of the disposition of the BI
caution The debito: though scantily reported people. They have a look of care as may reasonably expect a wise nnJ salutary also of great importance him his bill which he paid and immediately lish Government to make an overture<'
will speak for itself. I know not you pass them, and walk as if they had of'our LOOK TO THE SENATE! "-These left the house. An alarm was soon spread; as he alludes to in his speech.It .
when I have been more :powerfully moved some business on their hands. Judging management city affairs. words( were uttered by a late radical print, that he had furiously entered the boarding is evident that the Senate will nct
than while I sat there, a straner among from their manner, you would think that err: We were yesterday morning from day to day, in a spirit of distrust and house of Mr. J. 'McDulfe: on Pennsylvania hurried to take the question.In .
strangers watching the movements of the you had: ] mistaken your country and landed sented, Mr. B. S. pre- alarm. We adopt and repeat them, but Avenue, a few doors! north of Capitol the Senate, a resolution wai considn!
scene. I seemed, tor the first! time, to have in the United States. The change speak by HAWLEY, with a dish certainly in a very different spirit. We look Square (the lions: formerly occupied by cd for changing the daily hour of mftii
discovered my country. 1 had measured of is generally remarked. Nothing is so of ripe strawberries, from his garden: in this to the Senate, not as an assembly in which John Moulter, Esq.) to 11 o'clock, and it was opposed' on I tlo!*
her territory computed. a hundred times, i common as to hear that Paris is far less fray city. Thc) )' }were fine to look at, and for national rights are likely to be sacrificed, or It appears, then that on leaving the Hotel ground that the object was: to force tt.
the growth of her population; foretold her than it used to be, and yet it is richer andmore some time we were undecided whether to the# national honor tarnished ; but as to a he sallied for ill under the influence of Senators to hurry the Oregon debate. T

greatness; imagined the immense circle of populous every year. eat them or keep them to feast the of wise, deliberate, and dignified body of men. mania; potu, and, on arriving in front of resolution was lost-yeas. 13; nays :21. .
her dominion, at no distant period, filled No country in Europe is advancing as eyes now standing high in public confidence, air! I this house, a colored boy mimed Ely, was Mr. Cass made his speech and aYe.
with stvarming millions of ople-hut 1 rapidly as France. I doubt whether there ourselves and friends; the palate however, called to act in an important and delicate just opening the front door. The front ale,( one on the Oregon question. He r' J
needed to be here. in the capital of France, is any, where there is more of general hap- gained the victory, and they vanished. Delicious exigency in our public alfl: rs. Most un- i room of this house, in the second story: is plied particularly; to Mr. Hay wood and N:
the diplom2tic capital of Europe, to witnes piness. You will see more of filth and : they were to the taste. Thanks! doubtedly the Senate is regarded at the present occupied by Captain Ramsay, the backroom Calhonn the latter of whom he cbmp
a great: nation, second in arts and arms to wretchedness in London in a day, you will In Charleston and New-Orleans they are moment with very peculiar interest.No on the same floor, by his: son David- merited very highly and! eloquently! on t;
no other, debating, with profound serious be accosted by more beggars, than in Paris. lover of honorable peace, no friend of and two elder sons occupied a chamber in course in the war of 1812. ,
ness, the question whether it is not wise to during a week. Indeed! I have scarcely bragging on their early peas! and potatoes. his country's welfare, but thinks daily of its the third story. Tucker rushed upon ihe He went into a forcible ar umf'ntrosho'
raise up some balance of power against the been saluted by a beggar since 1 have been Why, we had green peas in January, and importance and the high nature of its pre- colored boy with an open knife, (it has a that 49 was not! the limit of our claim, atf;
United States-to hear it maintained that her, Even New York is far worse than potatoes in February. With us. they have sent dllti s. In its ultimate decisions we buck handle-blade between two and three also to show (that the President was no
Russia, England and the U. States, are the I Paris in this respect. Such a nation, rely h come and gone," and the vines are doing have confidence nnd that confidence has inches in length-it appears to have been a bound to accept that offer if England sbon-
three great formidable powers that requireto upon if, is destined to be as free as it deMres brown." bf-en increasing from day to day. Its decisions razor blade and i is marked Chinese imperial. make it.
be watched with cautious jealousy-this whether nominally republican or not. have been, recently at Least, temperate .) The boy retreated up into Captain He did not believe, however, that Ertj
only could make me riily fed what is the The day is coming too when all that M. ICE.-A cargo. has arrived here, for Columbus considerate and able ; 5u.hIS became Ramsay's room, when the Captain leapingout j land; would even offer 49. He said he E-
real' impott of my country. This debate is : Tliieis speaks of, will be realized. Why Ga. They it a body of its high functions and of bei'', a scuttle ensued, during which I determined for one, to march up to 544.He .
remarkable, too, as being the first instancein :I should not the French government being were cracking up character. A sober and anxious spirit ap- the negro, although: taking no part receiveda said that if there was no other refc
which the great )powers of Europe have. jealous of France, be jealous also of the at the Exchange last night, in pieces about pears to us, especially of late, to have pervaded severe cut over the left/ eye. The sons of against; arbitration: it would be a sutfi' .
avowed the necessity of extending their diplomatic i United States Nor is it without reason the size of a lump of chalk," and dissolving its members; and we have no doubt the Captain were soon in the rooom with one that so many of our statesmen wer i
circle of b.ilancrs so as u to includeus. I that the monarchies of Europe are becom- it by liquid process. When a cargo arrives I that the strongly preponderating sentimentof Tucker and their father. 'The former an the opinion that our claim was limi'edj
Hitherto hIP)' have held, for the most ing alarmed by our increase. It means too for this place, and "Cobblers" and"Juleps' I the body is for compromise, settlement, infuriated madman, seemed bent on murder 49. The arbitrators would not look att*
part, the gracious attitude externally of much It is a fact too formidable Let ; and peace. without discrimination. The parry attacked title; t they would take a pair of .JiiJ
well-wisher.", regarding us as a kind of experimental them try their arts and( set their balances. begin to sparkle, we shall! trem- \Ve adverted yesterday to the declarationof had ample means and of course frequent and split the difference between that
nation beyond the sea, which it Our day will come in spite of them-and ble for some of the tetotallers we wot of. Mr. CHALMER: made in his speech of opportunities to have killed him on the spot, and the British proposals.If .
was at least safe to I leave unmolested. But theirs too The more J see of this old God give them strength of resolution to Tuesday, that three-fourths of the friends of but the magnanimous soul of Ramsay disdained were determined to settle theq
the crptriment it seems( is nearly! overweare world, however grand the aspect of( its timeworn resist the temptations they must encounter! the President in the Senate. and four-Jifths such an act upon a fellow mortal tion, no matter how, we might resorting( :
already formidable! It might surely be features-the greater privilege and of the whole body, were in favor of compro- under such circumstances, and he not only hitrati n. We knew, beforehand whall'
pardoned to an American in such a scene. honor do I I think it, to be a Ice, Sugar, Mint and Madeira: Lemon, mise. We (thought, we confessed, when desisted himself: but prevented his sons decision would be. It might heal the wJ"
and at such a moment if he allowed a new CITIZEN:: OK TilE UNITED STATES. 4 Loaf,' Sherry, and Sucker! Ab the honorable Senator from Mississippi sta- from doing him any serious mischief. ded honor, but would leave an unseed

sentiment of pride for his country to wakein SINGULAR MARRIAGK. widower at ted this fact. that the statement might proveto The result of Tucker's atttcks are as
his b som. Neither would it be wholly Camden who became MILITARY.In be a little too strong. But subsequent follows : scar.Mr.. Ashly has the floor for to-morro
malicious in him to enjoy the jealousy of smitten with a was not and very beautiful young,girl, and pursuance of the Proclamation. tho occurrences convince us heV lS right.- Captain Ramsay, cut under the left eye, In the House itVas ordered that t
such a nation as France: ; or to feel, in such married her. A young short time after, the son Governor, the first grand" step WHS taken on Among these occurrences we give a prominent on his right cheek and across his nose. Sub-Treasury Bill be taken out of Co
a debate as this which now agitates the of this man by a former wife, became also Monday last to organise the Florida Militia, place to the speech of Mr. SEVIER on Wadworth, one of the elder sons, cut in mitlee, at 1 o'clock, on Thursday 2d i inl;,
French capital, that he witnessing the the bulwark of Wednesday. This gentleman is an ardent eight places round the neck and head, one Mr. Chipman spoke in favor of the B
in love, not with a but with great our freedom the
entrance of his nation into ,place among tbe I younger person supporter of the Administration-one of its of which on the left side of the neck, is 5 Mr. J. R. Ingersoll vindicated the han1
the mother of the father's wife widow -
new a "
of the national defences the
"right arm
leading powers of the world. lady still in the blooom of life. He of- chief southwestern pillars. He is well inches in length. ing system, and especially, the UDitedStv.
At.tbe same time graver thoughts will fered himself and soon the young man and "impregnable barrier against foreign aggression known to be among the foremost and the Douglass, another son, received a slight Bank, from some animadversions fio1 ..
croMd upon him. He sees, at once, thatit the widow were united in the bands of mat- ,"-in the clection of its officers. boldest. on all cccasions, in maintaining cut in the breast. Dromgoole. r.
is the penalty increase to his country, rimony, so that in consequence of these two The contest went ofT finely ; no event what he thinks the country's rights. He David, a younger son, seized a pair of Mr. Holmes, of So mh Carolina.? rep6
that all its relations to the world must be father became the son-in-law has been reckoned too, among the fifty- tongs and gave Tucker a smart blow, whilsthe as, to the operations of the U. S. Ba
connections, a transpiring during the day to disturb the
changed. It can no longer be indulged in the four-forty men ; and we doubt not is so, in was engaged with his father, upon whichhe and traced the causes of its downfall,
that repose, which obscurity yields. It of his own sun, and of her the wife son-in-law not only but( general good feeling and good order that his npinions\and feelings. But, notwithstanding let go his hold on the Captain seized of the general conviction that followed*

must stand out, in the public attitude of a still daughter-in-law the mother-in-law own of her ,own prevailed. The election was managed by all 'this, we have greatly misunderstood the youth by the back of the head and drew He supported the sysem now pre po**

great nation, to be the object of fear and daughter more while the husband of the latter the "sovereign people" themselves, who, the scope of his observations on Wednesday his knife across his throat, cutting about as tending to check extravagant issues;
hatred, to maintain its conflict with tbe arts: ; unless he be now ready to take a two inches in length. The youthtthen succeeded local banks. It would.promoteNsiness
his morther-in-law time fired their bullets into
is the father-in-law of one at a paper
and intrigues of political combination, and line of boundary substantially like that offer- in knocking him down. Tucker regained terests by keeping tbe paper c 'teDCIIl 1
mix itself in with the great flood of human and confusion father-in-law to arise his own if children father. should Singular the ballot box, for whomsoever they preferred ( ed by the United States in- 1826. Mr. SE- his feet, anJ was soon after dispos- sound state. As to tbe abstra
history. It may still maintain its neutrality, may should command them when the great VIER does rIOt like the word "compromise." sessed of the knife. carried down into the cie from circulation, it would never ell c:
but it cannot be what it must, without being spring from these peculiar marriages. day of parade came. The "citizen soUiers"' He thinks it implies, or may imply, some Hall where Samuel Stettinus, Esq was sent in amount eight or ten millions. But t
dreaded; and it cannot be the object of orAlbert::: J. Tyrrell, who was chargedwith seemed to hate adopted the motto of a thing like cession. But, objectionable for, and committed him to jail. whither be i banks expecting to be called upon WOjme
drtad without baring a conflict to sustain the murder of Maria Beckford, in Boston phraseology being out of the way, we greatly was carried in a cart, tied band and foot. careful to keep an adequate supply
on every side. The ocean too is narrowed has been tried and acquitted for want of distinguished General, that we can do'ourown err, if tbe honorable Senator did not :I may also add, that a domestic or white specie.Mr. .
fo a third of its former width, by the inrei- evidence against voting and our own fisbtiog." They mean to be rtnderstood that, for the sake of woman in the employ of Mrs. BIcDaffe, al- : C. J. Jogersohl etterid into a, '*


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; studied and eloquent view of the never seen the sentiment of the people so I COMMERCIAL.REMARKS P4SSENU RS. Important -National -- -- For- =- -- I" J- .
Liverpool.
favorable to us the Work
as at discussion
and preseot,
:'historically and commercially, Per steamer Charleston Mrs Griffith Miss
first
claw
of this THE STATESMAN'S' icpTHE Am ship JETZ7HCUV.
q uestIoD.. 'ca1lI and mOr:1I1.r.PO monarchy question has I am per- ON THE MARKET. Lovelace; Messrs Hamilton, Snow, McGiott, MANUAL, Weeks, master, having three-fourths ft

other things, he maintained that suaded, done much for us. Nine-tenths of' COTTON -We have had a good inquiry since Patridge, Cropp, Lovelace z Cordell. a\NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION OF PRESIDENT' ,her cargo hive dupttdil.yr
ong Per steamer
m the of Mexico Agnes Mrs McLawhorne and engeul
people ardent
c"K_Treasury would do more for mao- are Republicans Tuesday, which has resulted in the sale of 3 or child; Messrs J Ingram, H Simmons, F Simmons. MESSAGES, WITH A the above poit. apply to
''I the the whole thirty Tariffs : it is only a few of the high class and HISTORY OF EACH ADMINISTATIOX 21 J. DAY
than : .4000 bales, at prices somewhat irregular, but generally Per steamer Champion-Major Hardin and lady; &c. Mach &Co

vctUres h we have had could ever do ; and he aristocracy who support the views of the a shade higher than our last quotations.The Mr Legay, lady and three children; Joa Poy- In Two Handsome Volumes, 8 10. of over For Liverpool.
.blt and an advocate of protector Royal party. There is an interesting article -, thres, lady, daughter, son and servant, Dr C Snen Hundred Each. THE superior Br. bark
Tariff man, this better qualities have been most in demand, Battle, lady and servant; Miss Battle, Miss Man- Pages -c-i.. CUJVEB
JS on in the latest
subject
sound
(or the sake of protecting. A The British papers. and som sales have been made of fully go'od gum, Col A P Rood, Judge Spann; Messrs J C IN HANDSOME MT7SLIN BISDL G 1 L'ND, PO\vN, master, wi baf c
.net would be the best protection. Minister, writing to the English fair make alterationsin Ruse, Sutton and Pennyman.Per ,jatch. For freight, apply "
ge.Ve
cU5MStern friends would not be here on 1 Commander on the station, says that ao high as some steamer Peytona Messrs H R Taylor, M PRICE FIVE DOLLARS. March J. DAY &Co
1 he cannot our luotations, remarking that our figures arc Ferryman, James Bennett, T A Prall. -.
J.'anxious if they bad adhered persuade these people that England
seat -
now,
For New York.
1 will not with them based upon a strict classification. Per steamer Mary A Moore-Mrs Seals and THE ADDRESSES "AND MESSAGES OF
.necie currency. co-operate againstthe LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION. servant, Mr. Moore, children and servant; Mrs THE PRESIDENTS OF THE U. S. -cTHE splendid ship EBEJT PR&.BLE
to W Milton Brown, of Tennessee, opposed United States-they have the greatest 1346. 134:. Dingle, Dr Cowan, Dr Pope, Messrs Johnson, INAUGURAL Perkins, master, will bare imm*

d the Bill, as odious, condemned, and, confidence that England is going to inter- Inferior. ... ... ..5i a 61 4i a 4j Morrison. Baker, Newell Ballard Hays, Gibson, A NAI. A"I SPECIAL, diate dispatch for the above pert. F<

impracticable. f fere to prevent their being bullied by us, but Ordinary .. .... .6va6Middlin 45| a5: Battle, McBride and Schwartz. From 1789 to 1846. freight or passage, apply to the master, cr to
sfer all* 1 he .. ....... 7 5 5 Per stermer.Agnes-Messrs, J i F Famor and With an
has unequivocally intimated that their ? : 63! a | a ; Original Mto of each of the Presidents April 11_NOURSE, STONE & Co. .
Williams.
FROM MEXICO. 1 hopes wolud not be realized.In Good Middling..7 a 7J a 6 Per steamer "Viola: ; a -Miss Jones Messrs How- and a History their Administrations For New Vork. "
Middling Fair. ... ...7j-a 71 61 a 6J ; also selection .
the brie Oceana, arrived at New Or1e3a the last papers will be found a notice of Fair .. ... ... .. ..8 a 8] a 6} ain, Foster, Beall, Barrow, Taylor and Davenport. Documents; a and of Important THE fine'packet ship TUSKIMS.

BJ the cditor of the Delta has received j jt the flagrant attack by Gen. Paredes on the Good Fair... .. ...3fc a. 9 nominal. StatitialVc-. Williams, master;'will have quick dis

S' the city of Mexico to the 10th
:ppersThe files are filled wilh long and im- editors and printers. This is a dangerous doing and we have no engagements to note sinceour b Per steamer Charleston-357 bales cotton to COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES, or to [apr 11) NOURSESTONE & Co.
BY '
EDWIN
articles' against El Tiempo, the mon proceeding on the part of the President, and last. Howard & Rutherford; 180 to Wm H Kimbrough WILLIAMS, For Wew York.

r rtaD v,1 t which continues. to advo.CtC must arouse strong resentment and a fearful Coastwise, the shipments are less active owingto Sc; Co; 87 to B Ellison fc Co; 77 to Chas Rogers AUTHOR OF THE NEW-YORK AXHUAL REGISTER, &C. .1'% THE fine packet brig METAMQ.
i oran
cart & Co; 53 to Dodge & Pratt; 40 to J C Maclay; I Embellished with Portraits of ie Presidents RA. Gates, master, her entire
lInd defend iiTurinciplc,. The 1I1tmo- opposition. decreasing stock on hand, and the considerable 43 to Lockhart & Young 9 to McKay & Han having
Irstorico hls'bf1n changed 1 into El Re- A large part of the troops under Gen. arrivals of vessels. No change in rates except for home. ; and the Seals o Coats of .Arms of the _cargo eDga ed. sail on the 15th iiat.

iaZ wiihthetlews, : or d femlins theM Ampudia have mutinied. Boston one ship taken at 5.Sc., being l-16c. de Per steamer Anes-12 bales cotton to J Ingram; several Stat,. For passage only, apply to the master,or s
FbtLCaflO, ." \V have received G to D G Raney: 6 to Thos Preston; 1 lot hides April 1 PURSE, STONE &Ca
the
c from
reports Jalappathat
defeat ): tempo. cline.
and to B Hawley; 1 do to P Laprade.Per COSTEXTS
country For New
.'Slide" was.still at a'aPa'' from which the Northern Provinces are about to QUOTATION?: steamer Champion-107 bales cotton to A 1. The AdI1res3E. and Messages York,

addressed a letter to the Mexican secede from the confederacy. To Liverpool.. .. ... ..l-2d per lb. P Rood93 to Harper & Holmes; 81 to Lockhart cf the Presidentsofthe United States, fro Washington : JJit D'att.
place be order to I let I New York.... .... .. .. 5-8c. Sc Young, 62 to Nourse Stone & Co; 52 to J C to Polk. : THE superior .ORDOP.>
nment' ', in inquire lcroer. ,... .. ...... ... ... ..5.sc.Ie master. For
r Minister.Iltwria We have seen the draught of a Bill reported Boston Maclay; 51 to Sanford te Butt; 45 to J Poythress; 2. A Memoir, or Biographical Sketch cf each Lowel pausg*,
be admitted or not as ..... .... .. ...5.8e.&C
h fl should( the U. S. Senate Providence 6 to McKay & Hartshorne; 47 do, 1 bale bides President his apply to captain, or to
to for preceding Message.
debate had taken organizing .... .I Oc. '*
that a lone Baltimore..t I and 1 cask tallow to Wm G Porter & Co. DODGE &. PRATT.
SlJs J
i the : 3. An account of the of each
Federal Courts of Florida. It Inauguration
the Council. the result of which I proposes Per steamer Peytona-4S7 bales cotton to Hill, AoriU_ 40 Water street.CiiaUalioochce .
at President and of the principal
place I but the Republicano a division of the state into three Districts, COTTON STATE lEXT. Last Dawson & Co; 301 to McKay & Hartshorne; 240) a Hitor political
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was not known ; nfl I one east of the Suwanee, one west of that river year. to N Cruger; 73 to D B Wood & Co. I I events of his and of the transactions Hotel.
10th s: s that by a source which can Per J A Moore 323 bales cotton I of Congress at each session during the J.r.A THE subscriber tikes ia
the ) and one south of the 27th of lat Stock on hand 1st Sept ...4 3 steamer Mary pe- pleasure
ie relied upon the editors have received information : parallel Received past 3 days .... ...3,573 and 43 hides to McKay & Hartshorne; 276 bales riod. These sketches following the Messages, informing the traveling community
that Mr. Slidell will not be ad- : itude ; the appointment of a Judge, Marshall previously..85,440 oottori to Lockhart & Young: 14 to Wylie te Mc- : &c., of each President, and, with the Messages, I!-I5I! .' that he has taken charge of the abor

Minister' of the United Stales, and and District Attorney. for each dis- Total: ..bales S9,0171Z6G I tenzie; 10 to J W Perry; 24 sacks peas to Win forming a compendious Political History of the I ijJiJietsblishmeor: situated immediately

t&i as will not enter into arrangements trict ; and the holding. in each yrar, of two Exported past 3 days..... .2,272 G Porter Co United States fur the last fifty-seven years. on tha balks cf the river, where the
any
that Mexico ,. .. Per steamer. Boston-259 bales cotton to Bug- 'I
-I terms in the western district at Pensacola previously 53,796 4. Declaration of traveller may find a comfortable and
about the Texas question unless it! Total... .. 61,068103485 bee & Howard; 216 to J Maclay; 191 to Dodge Independence. quirt resting
settle the boundary at the Sabme. two at Apalachicola and two at Tallahassee. 5; Pratt. 'j. Articles of C'nftderation. : place and thereby avoiding the many incon'ysnieices -

)?reed tn Mexicans were somewhat alarmedat [Pensacola Gazette. On hand and on shipboard not cleared t 27,949 33177 Per steamer Agnes-34 bales cotton to Lockhart 6. Constitution of the United States, with which they have heretcfura been sub
The & Young: 23 do and 1 box tobacco to D G Raney; Notes and References. ject to.The.
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the arrival of so many American vessels City Council Proceedings. EXPORTS- OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA 6 do to Wylie & McKenzie; 1 to Thos Preston. 7. A brief history of the event and circumstance U. S. Mail steamer Agnes, from ApI.

of war at their ports and) the journals we COUNCIL Commencing 1st September, 1545-and same Per steamer Viola-167 bales cotton to Hill, which led to the Union of the States: and 1chicol arrives en Sunday and \VenesiYlt
received state: that Gen. Paredes isJ1sptcei CHAMBER, \ time in 1844.WIIITIIKR Dawson & Co: 149 to Harper & Holmes; 59 to formation of the Constitution. P. M. ; depart Monday
hive
to tn;rrh' personally at the headof WEDNESDAY EVENING, April S, '40. j Lockhart &: Young; 37 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 8. A syr.-psij: cf the Constitutions cf the several I at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western
d, Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts [Past IPrevi- I Last tl to J C Maclay; 8 to Wm G Porter & Co; 11 Mai urvej
the trno-js.: should the Americans show Major; EXPORTED. |3 3daysoufly.TOTAL|, / I 10 Chas Rogers & Co 3 to order. States. Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays .
Councilman, Messrs. Guyon, Green, Rmaldi, Day. ; Table of Members of the Cabinets of A. M departs Tuesdays and
9- the ; Thursdays Saturdays -
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Lockhart
an* hostile intentions.Jrjia Peck and Hancock. Liverpool.. ... ... .1332 13550 ,19932 .26573 Per steamer Viola-117 bales cotton :
Rsiubltruno: of the 10th publishes Havre.... .... ... . .. ... ..... .2537 & Young. various administrations, Ministers to Foreign at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrives
;jf !letter which shows in some The minutes' of the last meeting were read NantzTrieite.. ... ... .... .. ... .. ..... .1279 Countries, and other principal public officers. Tuesdays, Thursdays arid Saturdays at 9 o'clock,
aa fMru't a and approved.The .. ... .... ... .]187 EXPORTS. 10. Chtonolosical} Table of Political Events ia A. M. ; departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-
r"prcl.the impossibility!: thai' Pa t'les should Clerk reported the return of tEe HarborMaster Genoa ... .... .. .' .. ..... ..... .. ..640 the United States. pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via

/ inaio 'loiter: in his actual position.Lz and Marshal, for the month of March Other ports. .... .... ... .... ... LIVERPOOL-Per bark Robert Watt-1332 11. Statistical Tables of R/venue, Commerce Qiuncy' and Tallahassee, arrives Mondays, Wednesdays -

lltfcria remarks, that the official parr last, which were read and ordered on file. Total to For. Ports. bales cotton. and Population. and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs:

El D'unn. has changed its title, and The Mayor reported that live city due bills, for New York .. .....13:32.18550j.I99321.32266? NEW YORK-Per brig Pioneer-SOS bale 12. A complete Index, or Analytical Table cf Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sunday at t o'clock-.

the word Republlca; docs not appear in it as SSO each had been given W. G. Porter & Co. BofonProvidence. .... ... ... .. .... .8619 .8619 .22312 cotton.Per schr LeRoy-111 bales cotton. Contents to the whole work. P. M. ColumbusIail arrives Sundays andThursdays

brfiifI" the present state of things, says for interest on five city bonds for $1000 each to .. ..... .. .... .4899;,..4899 .6850 NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Eufaula-S7 bales at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesdays '
the slighter thins is noticed 12th March last, held by Barnard Aadams & Co. Philadelphia.. ...... ...,. ..440':.. ..440 .1547 cotton. TO AMERICAN CITIZENS.The and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M-
!
the fLycrii Also, that three city due bills (fer ((5160, $SO Baltimore: .. ..... ..,. .1662!. .1662 .1494 ..--.- --_'---_..____-&-..-------- publisher of the above NATIONAL WORK, The House and Furniture are entirely! new.
3>v all. anl1! this Chance has caused many to and .10,) $1250 Lad been givan H. G. Gujoi for New Orleans I ....... .. .57.2-250.2337! ( '| ..5673 in announcing its completion, takes the oppor- the servants thoroughly drilled in their business,

'lJ(jtlire that the Government! hns: an interest i.itcrest on three city binds to 12th Marcn last Other portb... .. ..... .* .. .j:' .16431..1643|I. .931 WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. tunity to state, that the sale cf the same has been ar.d all wi use their utmost endevor to

i a the principles aJvoCti'rtl' \\iy El Tiempo. 1 for 3,500. Total Coastwise..S90,-.(!-46;!.4113G- .71219- committed to his agents throughout the Union the tite pass pleasantly to the traveller.A. mae

\Ve find lull particular' about a loan I The Clerk rcaJ the certificate of the Inspectors TOTAL-KALES.... ... ...(.6106:5'103485MARINE ARTICLES. D. C. D C. who are authorised to assure subscribers that G MARSHALL,

hcli, the Government about negotiating j jiih of the late election fnr one Councihnan.Srom ----- --- u B.&GGIXGKentucky, yd 11 a 12 there will be no deviation from the price fxed. Agent .the Proprietor.

three meicautile houses of Mexico, to j which itappearrd' that Melmond: M. Butt having # Dundee, yd 16 a 11 namely, FIVE OLLARS per copy, which Cbaattahcochee, March 17. 1846. 12.t(

the amount of two millions of dollars. received the greatest nuinher of votes was duly INTELLIGENCE Peanut, yd a 13 considered reasonable for two handsome octavo For Sale.
i elected. And thereupon, :lr. Butt being present, BALE ROPE Kentucky, Ib 6 a 61 volumes of over seven hundred pages each.
It "as reported that Gen. :\IQjia hid: intercepted I Northern, lb A very Splendid tvro story
had the oath cf office administered No has been the DW.
him the in
to spared -
some letters for I the American I by PORT OF APALACHICOLA..April11. Manila, It a 8 expense preparation :.tiii LING HOUSE, situated in the mot airy
Mayor, and took his seat. of these volumes of Documents, and
BREAD, Navy, cwt 8 a 4 Histor .f. and pleasant of that .
Cos1l I Matamoras, which stated that The Minor ,, part delightful watering
announced the appointment of Mr. CLEARED. Pilot, cwi 5 a 6 Statistics, to render the same worth patronage ,jace| St. Josephs. The in

tbl' AmpricftD troops were about stationing. I FMr PS Chairman of the Committee on Public April 6-Brig Pioneer, Hearn, for New York, COFFEE, Rio, lb 8! a 9\ not cnly of Statesmen ar.d Legislators, but the best manner, with folding dcors hous, roots

themlv.s on the left bank of the Rio Grounds. by Dodge & Pratt. Havana, lb 7 a 7t of the American public generally; who will fn and a hall on a floor, Kitchen, the, Carriage

Bi-n-.j., about! the 2fh of February. Ti.e Committee on Claims reported in favor of April 8-Bark Robert Watt, Johnson, for Liverpool Java, Ib ioj a ]13 in this TREASURY OF POLITICAL : : House and all in
Archbishop of Mexico, Senor Don the following accounts : by Hill. Dawson & Co. CANDLES Sperm, lb 30 a 35 mass of information indispensable to every intelligent order. necessary out-buidig good

Manuel Poado G.arcJuno,5 preaching John W. Rmaldi, for draya e. . . 99 2-5 April" -Schr Eufaula, Taylor' for N Orleans. CORDAGE, Manilla, Ib a 10 citizen. The above will be low

in favor of the monarchical y s"stt'm. There Wm. F l.->untlor services as Dep. MarshaK34 00 April 11-Ship Urgent,_Rogers, for Quebec. Hemp lb lb 11 12 a a J.I 12'tarred Former editions of the Presidents' Messages owner intends sold'er country.as. the prwsnt

S. C. Russell, for, stone ballast . .15 73 ARRIVED. Northern bb! 600 have been imperfect and incomplete in many respects Persons wishing to have
;jre about four thousand; clergymen and friars CIDER. a a summer retreat,
Mexico and all of them Which were Pass(d. April 6-Schr Eufaula! Taylor, fm N Orleans. DOMESTIC GOODS- which have now been remedied, 1st by a where all the advantages of health, sea bathing -
ia nearly are I' The following accounts were prese.tedand; on April Bark John Brower Sutton fm Boston. Brown Shirting, yd 6J a 7i careful comparison with official documents, and fishing and hunting are enjoyed in the greatest

'in favor of a monarchy. motion, the rule being waved, were severally Schr Ontwrf. Allen fm Havana. Sheetings, yd 71 a 9 2d by diligent research to supply the Special perfection, do well to apply soon to

15y J lexers! received in Tarn: pi co, dated pa ed. viz: April 10-Ship Columbian, Merriman, from Tickings, yd 121 a 20 Messages and Addresses omitted in former'com march wi WOOD &. CO, 32 Water-st.

Tepir, 24th Feb., it appears that a new S. Schitler, for provision to small pox patients Boton. Cottonades yd 14 a 22 pilations- The Index to the whole work, of subject 1

revolution was on the point, of breaking out . . . . .. . $17 76 Ship Minerva Brown, fm New York. Calico Prints, yd fifca 25 : *, names and dates is a new feature of this BILLS of the Commercial Bank of Macon re

n tint, portion of the Mexican: Republic. H. F. Simmons for drav.ee . . .59 50 Brig Brig Rebecca Delaware C Borden Fisher, Appleby fm !Fall,River fm N York.to WmT DUCK, Russia Kentucky Jeans, yd yd 25 15 a a 55 20 edition which will make it invaluable for refer at par for Gooda at the lowest cash -

tile olijert of tiliirh WIS to separate; the John Thomas, lor board of paupers . 15 00 Wood. DYES, Logw'd, Campeachy ton ence. prices, by31arch21 --

ratf (>f Snnnrn. SinaLio Chihuahua, and E. C. Roberts, 1 qrs. -
lJl1rtno. from .the of Gen. C.; Thispin 1 qrs. saary; as Marshal . IOU 00 Ship Probus, De Tries, fm New York. Fustic, ton Presidents more valuable as a continued National Havana Segars. '
rest IIH Republic. I Wm. V.illtMU, 1 qrs. salary as Clerk and; Brig Virfihia, Talbot, fm, New York. Indigo, Ib History they are accompanied with Memoirs of Pfnnfl BEST Havana for sal.tUUUJ .
Segars,
I'rreH, who has for some time been in re- ::1 Treasurer. . . .. . . . 10Q 00 Steamer Anes, Rynear, fm Chattahoochee FLOUR, N Northern bblbbl 6 5i) a 7 00 the Presidents: and a History ot the various ad- by WOOD & Co .
Uremeur, woiiU. it is said. he solicited to A. G. Semmes, 1 qr.. silary a* City Att'y. .GO 0:J Steamer Cn-impion.; Cadwahlader. fm Columbus. Western, 575 a 600 ministrations.The Apnl4. ,
32 Water
command of iherevolut.onnry forces. W. S. Green, 1 qrs. .alaryas II03. Physician.37 .10 Steamer Albnny. Griffin fm Albanv. FISH Cod box 250 a 450 work is edited and compiled by Mr. EDWIN st.
arrived board of the John Gannon for Steamer Viola; van Veghten, tm Columbus. Mackerel, No. 1, bbl a 12 00 WILLIAMS whose with Political Per Octavia from New Orleans.
By a passenger; on : drayaire .. . .3 2jThe Steamer Boston Morton, fm Columbus. .c No. 2, bb! 600 a 700 familiarity our
Oe.H1i1'p. learn that at last accounts re- accounts of H"G.: Guyon for 57 35 and Steamer Peytona Greer, from Coumbus. &C No. 3, bbl 5 00 a 6 00 History and Statistical Subjects generally, ECEIVED as above a choice selection of

crn: M in Vera Cruz on the loth inst., Mr. J. 'v. Babcock tor $30 OJ, were presented and Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Eufaula. HERRING, box are wel known to the public, and afford a suffi -1-X Family Groceries and Provisions; alw, a

Mi.iril: was daily: expected at that port, as : referred.A ---- FRUIT, Almonds, lbS guarantee for the accuracy and fidelity of fre-h supply of Spritg and Summer Clothing
lf; had iiiiimnted ID the authorities that he communication from Engine Co. No. 1 wa I LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. Raisins boxIb 275 a gOO the compilation and accompanying History. made up in the latest style, for sale by

received and read asking that Encina Xo. 2 be SHIPS. Prun a, EDWARD WALKER, GIBSON & CLAPP
muct t be reco ni Water
114 Fulton-street New.York.Copartnership.
removed, as the Hou l bit drumLemons
> romnelled 1 leave the c'uuntn'. {Ionth Figs, '
machines
and motion ol\Ir.
; on Day, referred Master. Washington County.
The Mexican; rlet at Vera (Crux cousistoi to the Crmmiltce on the Fire Department Probu De Vnes, 647 tons, 1 fm New York, wait- FURS. Otter.FEATHERS. box TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.

,! of two steamers, three brijs and fours Communications were received from the Assessors in;-Muster.; ,, lli THE subscribers respectfully inform their be sold on the second Monday in Sep

<.h oners. There wer also i in port the U. representing the corn je.iation allowed I I I Columbian.Ierrvman, 399 tons, for Boston,loading GRAIN, Oats, bush 50 a 65 -* and the public that they have taken WILL next, ((14th) at the Court-hous
S. fnat. I.ll'fT.. /tftnA. flAIrtr. ..\* 1O lfljflrkntl'f. .. *ins* rti ir:n r -Busbee & Howard and_ D Wood & Co. Corn bush! 62 65 into partnership Mr. EUGENE V;. ROGERS.
Potomac three sloops of war. *- "t %' W I- V b ***J B *Cl" '{ .r. UL114 1"liI a do.r, at Roaches Bluff in Washington county,
Tubkina S\'ithams, 429 ton?. for New York load-
CHARLES ROGERS Co.
an-l the brig omeri. The S. arrived from to he further remunerated for a-se. ing taxes and in::Noure, Stone & Co. GLASS, box 300 a 10 00 & within the usual hours of sale, the following property
100 125 7 1546.
Tcnsaco!; on the I0 h. making nut assessment roll. Read and on motion Huron. Week, 514 tons for Liverpool, loading- HAY, cwt lb S a April ; to wit :
HIDES Green a 34
of f Mr. Guyon, referaed to Finance Com J Dav & Co. John Munn. W. : Four hundred and eighty acres of land
C.pL Cteighton of the Oceana, reports Dry country, lb 6k a 7 Charles Rogers Eugene R'jgers. lying
mittee. Blanclurd, Banch.ird.! tons, for Boston loading : in Holme's levied the
buiiic IRON English lb 4s a 5 Valley, on as property of
seen an Knslish steamer standing Mr. Guyon r.fkred a resolution, constituting, -D B Wood & Co and Bujrbee & Howard. Swedes,, lb 1 5 a 6 Chas. Rogers & Co., : the estate of Jacob A. Blackwell, and to be sold

irtn Vera Cruz on the IGth. The Oceana Tht.s. Orrrnn. W. S. Gre.n and Surn'l W. Spen- Alexander, Leeds, 591 tons fin Havre, loading- Hoop Ib a 8 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the taxes for the jear 1543.

witalin, company with the o'dlOonerVater cr a Ro.rd of Health for the present lear, andP. Master.Dauntle Sheet, lb 8 a 10 Water street, Also one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-

Witr'h. for New Orleans. Tlif schooner Laprjde; Inspector of Di"tricto.. 1 ; J. G. ?!, Rogers Master., 698 tons, fm Liverpool, dis- Nail Rods, Ii, 6] a 74Casting. April 7, 1946. Apalachicola, Fa. jog on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property cf

Sanh Lrivina was adveriisi'd, to sail for New Kuan, Inspector of District Xo. 2 ; P. W. Cullen Solon,ch-trging Bucknam-, 540 tons, fm Havre, waiting American, lbI a 6 Prints Only. Spring Styles, 1846. J3 lack stone, and to be sold for the taxes
'.ilou the lih inst.Mobile t. Inspectcr of District Xo. 3; and J. F. Polls, Inspector D B Wood & Co. LUMBER for the sear 1515-
(if District No. 4. Adopted. Eben Preble 556 fm Boards,White Pine M LEE &BREWSTER, 41 Cedar.stret. beg Also: of land
[ Rczis'rr ff .Journal. Perkins tons, Glasgow, Yellow M 700 a 10 00NAILS to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that forty acres lying in Holmt'i'Valley.leiied
l\Ir.Dayofferer the following resolution D Wood fc Co.
: waiting- Staves M on as the property cf John G. Rusa,
Resolved That the City CK'rk be, and h? i is Cordova Lowell, 332: tons, for New York, loading White,Oak Heads M they have received and are now exhibiting at and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1945.
[From the Pensacola Gazc-tte. the Warehouse for Printed
] exclusively Calicoes
hereby instructed, in certifvinij all bills passed by -Dodge & Pratt. Headingwi Also forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek
Tie!, following is an extract of a letter this Council to state that the same are payable BAF.QUES. LEAD, Bar, lb 5 a 6 501 cases comprising all the NEW SPRING levied on as the property of A. S. Bryanr, and to
( Duc de Orleans Robertson fin New York waiting STYLES of British French and American Man-
rum an officer of the Somers to a gentle- without interest. Sheet, lb 10 a 12 be sold for the year 154;.
wan in this Mr. moved that the j Maeter.Cumberland LIME bblIOT..ASSES. ufacture ; which, in addition to their usual stock,
city: Day Council proceed to Also one hundred and sixty acres of land, lying
Power 402 for
tons -
Liverpool
28 renders their assortment of the most beautiful
27 one -
On the IGth Mr. Pinion was informed by ballot for a City Attorney for one year. Adopted.And loading-J DdY & Co. : gal a in Holmes* Valley, levied on as the propertyof
NAVAL STORES Pitch bbl 200 a 250 and attractive in the and
city having JUST
,
a letter from Mr. Parrot of I the Legation on counting the ballots A. G. Semmes was John Brower Sutton, 310 tons, for Providence, Oakum bale! 800) al000 been fur ; Henry Ahrccs, and to be sold for the taxes for
purchased CASH AND SHORT CREDIT, are
bat Mr. declared unanimously elected. loading-E B Ballou. 1 the \.ear.IS';.
Slidell had demanded his Rosin hbl 150 200 .
a
passports Mr. Hancock offered the Tiberius Sears 299 fm Providence waiting offered by the piece or package on the same terms,
mrmj }ten refused reception: as Minister, following resolution, tons, Tar, bbl! 250 a 300 at and below prices. JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff;
which was adopted : Master. keg 4 SO a 500 manufacturef' and ex-officio Stile Tax Collector.
althoujh the Mexican Cabinet expressed a Resolved, That the Committee on Improvement Euclid, IJavison, 501 tons, fm 1.ivprpoo1.IClading- OILS, Linseed gal I 00 a 12o Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are March 29, 15-16. 13-6m
Perfect willingness to treat with a Commissioner and Contracts be instructed to examine Bugbee i: Howard and Ls Fred E Dugas. Olive, bottlegal 50 a 57 placed in the hands of buyers.

on the Texas question. He also through the ally between high and Live Oak BRIGS. Sperm, 112 a 1 50 fjtj-: Purchasers will inform themselves of the Notice.

Wrote that Mr. islidell would be in Vera I streets, for the purpose of making'a sewer ; the Metamora, Gates, 195 tons, for New York loading Lard, gal state of the market and be well repaid for an examination WILL be sold under a decree of the Court

Cruz i in the of week and would I distance i it' about fi50 feet. -Nourse, Stone & o. Tanners'. galbottle even if they do not purchase. Chancery, on the FIRST MONDAY in
course a Caetor.PROVISIONS. 1 75 a 2 00 New York March 3 APRIL next in front of the
On notion, the Council then Rebecca C Fisher Appleby ton, fm N York, IS- 15-ly Exchange,
immediately take therefrom for the adjourned.MARRIED Pork Mess bbl 1250 13 00() "
a
passage waifinIa5t"r. No. 6, Block D2, in the city of Apalachicola,
11. S.: The St. Mary's was in readiness -- ------------- Virginia, Talbot, 349 tons, fm New York, waiting "" M. O. bbl 11 50 a 12 00 ALastWord with the tenement standing thereon, commonly

for his acccmmodation when he left. -Master. Prime, 11'1100 a 11 50 given up my business to Mr. JOHN known as the City Hot l. _

Oo the I8ih Com. Conner received a letter In This city on ThursJay evening, 9th inst., by Delaware, Borden Wm T, Wood 214 tons, fm Fall River, waifing Bacon U Hams** canvassed, Ib Ib 10 9 a a 9 11 HAVING. whom I have known for many yearsas Terms-One-third cash, and the balance in

from Mr. Black, our Consul, in ;1exico.e C. J. Shepard, Esq., Mr JOSEPH C. MORRIS, to Alabama,-Allen, 271 tons, for i Providence, load "Side lb 6t a 7 a good mechanic, I solicit for him the patronage notes cf one and two years. Further terms to be

** appeared to be somewhat exhilirated by I \fiSSJt'LUA. ATKINS, all of this place. ing-T L Mitchell. Shoulders, lb 5i a 6 of my old customers and the public. I shall made known on the day of sale.

joe cheering brought from -- w __ LARD, Ib 8 a 9 leave this place in eight days, and all persons T. AUSTIN, I
intelligenc Eng -- Commr3'
: -
land MEMORANDA. BUTTER, Jb 18 a 25CHF.ESE who are indebted to me would confer an especial C. H. AUSTIN, 5
by the Cambria, which he had just re'bated. Obituary.Departed lb 8 a 10i favor immediate March 20 1540.
Captain Sutton, of the bark John Brower, reports by making payment. .l unsettled Apalachicola 13-2t
He writes that if this news bad this life in this city, on Ionday morn POTATOES, bbl' 250 a 350 accounts will be left in for -
proper
having passed March 27th 1846 Lat 33 20: A Card.
PEANUTS bush 40
been sooner received Mr. Slidell would havehen ing the 6th inst., after a protracted illness whichi a 45 collection.: W. C. LAWRENCE.N. .
Long. 70 3C, the wreck of a ship or bark, of about RICE cwt 500 a 600 undersigned having purchased from Mr.
t received, and throws out a suggestion i he bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, 400 tons main and mizen mast gone about one SPICES, Cassia, Ib: 2.1 a 25 B. Don't he afraid of my taking the moneyout THE S. Hawley his entire stock of Drug*,

'test on' Mission may be accepted at the la- i i Captain Jon JENKINS, in the 46th year of his age, foot above; deck foremast and foretopmafcl stand Cloves, It 37 a 50 of town-for I o\.e it all, and more too. Medicines, Paints Otis, Glas- Ware, Shop Fur-
moment. Mr. Black's loca- ; Ginger root, Jb 9 a 10 April 11, 1546. W. C. L.
Althhugh i leaving a large and interesting family to deplore niture, &c. will continue the bnsmessat Wholesale -
ll>on should ing, with foreyard hanging by the "slings: everything ground lb II a 12!
give him many advantages for forbiD their irreparable loss. Molasses. and Retail, at the old stand corner Water
deck hatches off larboard side Nutmegs lb 212 250
; accurate opinions, I do not think we CdPtain JENKINS, was one of the earliest settlersin gone off ; ; Pepper, lb 13 Ii a 20 nil fIERCE 205 bbls and 23 hhds. cargo and Chestnut,and begs leave to say to his friend*
much broke in ; her name not able to be made out, as it JLJL from Havana, and former of the
establishment that his
; reason for hoping that his hopes this place, and a pioneer in the navigation of SUGAR, N. Orleans, lb 6.1 a 74 /w \landing patrons .
*' be realized, although almost anything was under water: could plainly read Quebec in Old crop N. O. lb 6 a 7. for sale by [april 11] J. DAY &Co. stock is complete, embracing every article usaally
and
may lour river at a period when great skill care yellow letters on her btern ; had a female figure Loaf, lb 12 a 14 kept in Southern Drug Stores, and from arrangements
rbc from the unstable councils weeks I will
exPected[ Six after date apply
were required to overcome its difficulties. He SALT, Liverpool sack 100 12 NOTICE- effected will be
ti recently
if( dress
head with plaid or gingham painted ; fore regularly suppliedwith
Mr. de- of Probate for the of
fmico. Slidell has Judge
certainly I'
County
bush .
7j
contributed largely in the formation of the early forecastle Coarser 6"21 a fresh staple articles.Physieiar. .
with
'flloded his fortunate mast varnished ; had topgalant one STEEL Cat cwrlSOo Franklin, for letters of administration upon the
a moment 2500
passport a
trade of this and untiring and city by
energy
ben the news from England and the state anchor on it : every thing else washed from deck; German, CWI12 00 a 15 00 estate of John Jenkins, deceased.
others will find it to their interest to call and
strict fidelity which characterized his business examine
ever
the forecastle stove and full of water SOAP. Ib 5J a 6 B. ELLISON.
togalant
; apparently -
and the
fit country, more especially his stock and prices. All orders will be
of intercourse, won the confidence and respect of all bad not been in that situation long.S. SPIRITS.- Brandy Cognac- gal 250 a 350 Apalachicola, April 8,1346.
our squadron conspiring to actor who knew him. In all the relations of life he Gin, Holland gal 150 Ii 1 75 promptly attended to in person by
on the Irresolution Mexico.. The people American, gal 40 a 42 T7OLGER'S Ooaonia or All Healing Balsam, March 1, 1546. H. F. ABELL.

"era Cruz are awfully frightened and was eminently correct-a devoted husband, an Davenport, Rum N. E. gal 31 a 43 JD for Coughs, LiverComplaint To the Public.

at 5J; as will be the affectionate father, a kind and indulgent master, FORWARDING AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT I Whiskey Rect. gal I 24 a 25 and diseases of the throat and
ieen by newspapers mo- a disposed of entire stock of
and a sincere friend. A good man has gone to Alcohol, gal 6'li a 75 for sale by HAVING my
2Ji out of the City. The Mexican Navy SKINS, Bear 1 50 a 200 lung H. F. ABELL. and Medicines to Mr. H. ..F Abel],
jvVbeeo taken in tow of the steamers, to a his lou; rest, mourned by our whole community. No. Water-street, Deer, 7a 9 Apri 1 in retiring from the business, I Jake occasion to

'" :o'1116' safety, far up one of the Apalachicola, Fa. SHOT, all sizes, lb 5TOBACCO a 6i Clover Seed. return to the public, my rriends and customers

*ei,bboring rivers. The people of Vera II. F. Abel, gi:> Liberal Advances made on consignmentsto lb 121 a 75 FEW pound of large Red Northern Clover my thanks for the patronage they have bestowed

Cruz wish to lee the question between us WR0Lr.SALE A'rD RETA.IIA my friends in New Orleans New York or TEA, Souchonr Young Hyson, Jh Ib 4 a I 0 A Seed, for sale by upon the establishment while under my control ;
a
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS 5 and I take pleasure in recommending
RUled, and 3 having been Liverpool. April 1846. TIN, April 4 H. F. ABEL. successor
attached never very warmly OILS, GLASS, &c., &c. TWINE lh 18 to them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit
I to the revolutionary government, .Also..-.A general assortment of Statinery.Cor. TXCHAN'GE on New York, for sale by Baling,, lb a a .2) BASKETS London Club Champagne ; for him.a continuance of the custom -heretoforeto

! *weateo a preonnciameots unless their wisb2rt' of Chestnut and Water streets, JCLl S. DAVENPORT, WINES, Sine gal 1 0 4 a 3 5 20. .5 Regalia Segars, for sale by liberally extended to me. % "

I I regarded. Upon the whole I have April,II Apalachicola, Fa.I I April 11. 50. Water streetS Champagne doz lQ 0 a 15 0 0 April I 5. HAWLEY. March 1 B. HAWLEY., '.. .




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hate spread from ocean to ocean. The tions of modern commerce, so that while it u i afER I ILl M 8E l. have given "occular proof" of their willingness peace, ho would be-willing i to stop ;at f ortJ- so took hold of Tucker, iu the ['[ctrl-'

'coast of the Pacific will then be as densely rises in power, it is drawing itself up also to do the former, and an opportunity nine.We he nearly bit'the' cod of one of her' '
populated and as thickly se&ttled with villai i into a more close and ominous proximity need hardly say to our readers, who 6-r,,
APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 184 offer for them to demonstratethe Off.It
soon
ges and towns as the coast of the Atlantic to the great nations of the world. What .' may know the standing of public men well, that appears, from the contents of

cow. Iu another generation we shall have will be the effect of this new position assumed CtJ-: Th following gentlemen are authorized( remainder ,of -proposition, and we this avowal of opinion (if we are not mistaken P ocket-book, that he is from "M T

reached eighty millions of people, and if j by M. Guizot, it is difficult to fore- Agents for the COMMERCIAL: : ADVERTISER,and will hop they will bV equally ready to participate in supposing 8uch. an avowal to have county, Virginia;" and that during

we can preserve peace, who hall set bounds' I tell; one thing is sure, that however much receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertisements iu theo'"pomp and circumstance of been made) is of no small importance at the week he spent several days in Bala '
to our prosperity" or our success ? With we may protest against it, we cannot be the :- war" when the We present moment. It makes the prospect of the purchase of merchandise. m 0"
glorious The
one foot planted on the Atlantic and the nation that we must be, without incurringall MESSRS. MASON &; TUTTLE, 33 William Street, tug comes. ultimate Unanimity-or near approach to bills from the following houses '
other on the Pacific, we shall occupy a position that he proposes. Nothing will save us New York. feel ourselves authorised( to speak for the Unanimity-so much the brighter. We made out in his name as "CB *

between the two old rontineuts of the from it, but to transfer the U. S. to some DAVID BRAVO, Es,;., New Orleans. west wing of the Florida Militia, that theyare certainly rejoice in it; and we call on that Kelly, Ball & Co.; J. A- Field agen M q
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world-a position eminently and calculated the to other planet. From this moment onwardour JAMES v\;!. )W.II. CHEEVER WILSON,Esq.Esq.,,Fort Albany Games, Ga., Ga. equal to either fortune,"-peace or distinguished lover of Unanimity, the editorof eau! &, Hoffman ; Griffith, Fit'&C er.41Magruder ;[
secure to us the commerce influ- position is changed. Major JACK HARDMAX: Eufaula, Ala. I' the Union, to rejoice with us. ; T. P. Harrison '!
ence of both. If we abide by the counsels There is, too, another and deeper: reason war.As I We ought not to omit noticing the fact Wehrly ; W. & S. Wyman &; Co.FOd C'
of common sense-if succeed in preserving for the rising jealousy that is now manifested (ar- We call attention to the Prospectus the returns will plainly show, politics that Mr. SEVIER'S speech was deliveted & Berger; Smith & Atkinson *

our constitutional liberty, we shall -that I mean which is stated with so of the "StatesmanVAunual," published in were but little mixed with the election.I bur-and-twenty hours after the communication Brothers; S. & R. Hough; Grit; Nr'
then exhibit a spectacle such as the world much M. Theirs when he a.... ;Y
gravity by says another column. ,oj.t Some of the candidates were brought into to the Senate of the President's mes- man & Co. '
never saw. I know that this one great mission that France can no way hope to obtain her the field by their friends started. sage. In that speech he maintains that (the
some were
is encompassed with difficulties; but freedom of action, except by the growth and "DEMOCRATIC R.VIEw.-Throl1gh the ; }President is not so committed, by any thing [Correspondence of the Charleston Goto. ]
such is the inherent energy of our political |political expansion of the U. S. He speaks merely for opposition's sake ; and others, done either by himself or by others, as to WASHINGTON' March 31 Jj t
system, and such its expansive; capability I like one who knows the working of European politeness of the publishers received a 1 like the bold Kentuckian, were on their be precluded from negotiating on the principle A grand national fair for the eXbibN'
that it be made to the widest knows that France is few days since the March number of this American fabrics is to be
may govern ; diplomacy- restrained "own hook. As far as politics was made of ,compromise. He therefore, evidently held here o
If by war we become great, we cau- in the working of its free principles able 20th May, for the of .
space. periodical, accompanied by a circular a question, however, the democrats were by does not regard the Presi oot be free; if we will be both great and 1 by a combination all members of Congress the ;
governments engagedto of on
:
asking us to aid in the extension of its cir- far the as changing the state things. sabject
free, our policy is peace. prevent the development of institutions I most active, as we have noticed they quality, and prices of domestic
dilation for the work Now, let us ask, with all respect, and in maD .
by
hat may: be uncomfortable or dangerous to acting as Agents ; always are on such occasions here-they all humility, why should not the one or the lures, in comparison with foreign an'
[Correspondence of the Hartford Courant ] the neighborhood of monarchy. 11.rI'. is I with whii'h request we will cheerfully comm arch up, horse, foot, and dragoons," other of the two Governments immediately of the same kind. The TarifTBi x j

PARIS, JANUARY 23, 1816. not a republican name. He does not speak ply' until we find some one who will giveit even to the election of a bailiff, equipped propose to re-open the negotiation, if it he come up till about that time.
I have made the circuit of a'considerable as one of the republican party, but he sees, 1 learn that Mr. M'Kay wishes
more attention than we shall be able to do. in a manner that will tell when the is not already re-opened on the basis to whichwe to lP
I report
part of Europe without undertaking, as yet, with the comprehensive eye of a statesman, The number before us contains its usual !heard 1 have so often/ referred Is not this a instead of Mr. Walker's Bill, a plan,
a compliance with your request; and I know that there is, in France, what sympathizes 1 ; while the whigs never come out plain duty resting on each and both the what similar to that which he framed
not that 1 have now any thing to communicate with the U. S., and that when the United amount of valuable and interesting matter, unless there is some great contest in whichprinciple Governments? Why should agitation and years ago. The Southern free trade
i
which will :!rentlyinterest your readers. States have become that vast and mighty and a portrait of the Hon. John Fairfield, is involved. To this fact is attributable alarm be continued 1Vhy should useful hers will be less favorable to tbis'prn'

1 send you the Report however, of a recent nation which they are destined to become, U. S. Senator from Maine. The first article the majorities of Bailey and Pitt- commercial enterprise; be longer embarrassed than to Mr. Walker's though they do
debate in the Chamber of Deputies, of filling the sea with their power, and casting: on "English and French intervention ? Why should both countries and both entirely approve of the latter.
which our country is the subject, and which. their shadow across the nations of the m man, over Camp and Morton in this! county. Governments be longer disturbed and \V"lher'sproject will, it is
deeply concerns! our future history. You world then there will be a ballance of power in the Rio de {la Plata," by the Hon. Caleb The following is the vote :- noyed, by a controversy which it is now an- yield twenty-four millions ; whichill Mliaw|1,

will ace that the Prime Minister of France, cast on the side of France. She will Cushing, is written with the 0 author's accustomed Major General.-Bailey, 97 ; Camp, G2 ; evident can be settled at once to the entire be enough for the current expenditure,

in vindicating the interference of France have her freedom of action. Nothing couldbe force and ability, and presents the Dupont, 7.Brigadier. satisfaction of both( countries ? the rate Congress is going on. TV

and England, in the matter of Texas, now more true, and no truth: could have a injustice of the unrighteous war which the General. Pittman 93 Mor A disposition was manifested: in the Sen taxes must soon be resorted to, oj"ti" [
avows the necessity of providing, for the vaster import. We have only to imagine the ; ate yesterday to bring the debate to a conclusion inevitable, if the warlike preparation
allied forces
safety of France and the world, by arranging United States: becoming a nation of a hun- are carrying on in that country, ion, 71. in a few days. It will probably be recommended shall go on.

a balance of rower that shall include the dred millions of people filling the world in a striking and not very enviable light. Colonel.-R. J. Floyd, 143; H. R. Tay terminated next week ; and we indulge (the i There now appears to be a general

U. States-that some counterpoise must be with her commerce advanced in arts and! In audition to this, the present number con lor, 32. confident hope and expectation lira: it will pression t that negotiations: are about 1

sought for, in the new world or the old, to intelligence and social happiness, and presenting tains another Frank Forrester's" interesting Lieutenant Colonel.-Win. H. Hughes, be terminated by a declaration of the judgment renewed with England: on the Oregon q
as a check a nation so ambi- her formidable front to the tion. It is apprehended
operate upon combined articles-No. 4 of the series-on the of the Senate, so just and pacific, and by ihe alma
tious and advancing by strides so gigantic. hostility of the world, to see that all 142.Major. supported by such strength of numbers, as gon party that the question' will sooi
"
This is a new position never before avowed, the restraints which now encompass France Game of North America ; "Papers of .-Thomas II. Netherton, 113. to show a clear path for each or either of settled by compromise. Still (there '

and one that in'oh'cs'er)' important consequences. are dissolved. There is a new balance ol( an Old Dartmouth Prisoner," by Nathaniel I the Governments to go forward with amicable some doubts about it, which would! i

You will see too that the French moral power as well as physical, and France Hawthorne ; "James Nayler" by J. G. MILITARY ELECTION: small vote was propositions; and, in our judgment it solved by :another call upon the Pre u.'

papers denounce our neutral policy, prescribed : will be assuredly free to do her will, how- Whittier; New England," by Mrs. Mer- polled in this precinct yesterday, with the will be an honorable rivalry between them as proposed by Mr. J. M. Clayton
Washington, as a mean and selfish ever much it the neighborhoodof Mr. Clayton's resolution
may annoy cier Commercial to see which should trend+ that path first. xas: I et
"such would 1 mistake if the French ; Reform etc. etc. following results : and
policy, as disgrace a man monarchy. too yesterday, afforded an opport tin
among men, and is equally unworthy of a government, i in the new position that i is The present reduced price of the subscription Major General.-Camp 150, Bailey 77, [Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun.] a very precise statement by Mr.

nation in the grand !society of nations. For avowed, is not actuated by a sense of the to this periodical-being now only) Dupont 39. Brigadier General.-Hunter WASHINGTON! : March 29, IdSG.ANOTHER : of his views of the btate of the Orr
cause or other this debate has: exciteda fact, for the strliility, of the present tlynasty CHAPTER CnDIF.s.O the question. Mr. \Vebster'subject
one OF flat;
THREE DOLLARS,-ought: to insure for it a 104, Allison !01, Walker 37, Scott 3?. Co "
very profound interest in Paris: ; in the in France is !more endangered by t the republican wide 11 o'clock train of cars from your city, yesterday was to put forth the views of his side of'( .,
circulation.
English for a very obvious reason ; in the feeling of the nation, than by any Although it is a D moa lonel.-Sibley 1G9 McBride 84. Lieutenant there arrived a young man. probably chamber that they might go out to E.:

French because it involves the Cabinet, other cause. TO call out and embody erotic Review, it is devoted in a great mca- Colonel.--Sherwood 246. Major. 'La- between 37 and 40 years of a:". with a pair land by the packet ftflhe'firsf.Mr. .

though:;! principally because of the purpose feeling in favor of ,the present mode of go ure to Literature, not a single article having tham 168, Burnett 104-scattering 17. of saddle has: sad an umbrella; he proreed- Webster, as you will see, i 'er
it reveals to raise a barrier against! the vernment and against republicanism, is in ed to the "United. St, opinion that the mind Q '
republican a political bias, appearing in the number At Quincy we learn the following was thi tes Hotel on P+'nn- public in hn_ -.t "
feeling of the nation : in the Americans f fact, one of the problems of the times. sylvania A V{ IWf'. Retaining! his IInbrellain !; tries is settling down upon rhr4hb! pam
because it has an aspect of reference But the general opinion seems to be that before us. We are not anxious for the poll for :Major, and Brigadier General. his hand! for some time, he sauntered I as the line demarcation between rhd

to the delicate question now pending be the present dynasty dies, notwithstanding extension of their political doctrines butthe t Dupont 118 Bailey 63, Camp 8, Allison about the rooms!' apparently in nn uneasy list and American possessions there

tween us and Great Britain. To me, how with Louis Phillippe. However that may publishers have our best wishes for the 134: Hunter G5, Scott 20, Walker 6. stale of mirid. The clerk politely! requested West Coast ; and he warn Great fir

ever, it has had yet another. and distinct be, nothing can be more sure than thattherore pecuniary success of their enterprise. For Colonel.-Erskine, 104 ; Condrey 89; him to enter his name: on the hook t to that she must not expect: to obtain aoJtr
kind of interest, au interest of forecast in elements of sound liberty at work in Verdier which he seemed indifferent but replied 1 ritory south of forty-nine. As to hart
31. Tallahassee
which I have contemplated the rising day France which will somehow have their way.I UTm: HISTORY OF I ROMANISM: ; : from the earliest -[ Sentinel. "my name is John T. Tucker." The clerk and the temporary or permanent naiij

of our nation, its appalling,: power, the enemies I am surprised! by first I see of the condition coruptioiifi< of chri.-tianity to the present time: then entered hip: name and asked where he of this Columbia he supposes that _.
that will be leagued;; against it, the and character of the 1 French people. bv WALKFI the Rev., Publisher JnnDOWLINO: ,) 114 Fulton: A. st M", : ew-Y EDWAKD orko ( The President has officially reco g'was from I he answered! front Maryland" might be made the subject of an arnica.1:!

changes it must work iu the relations of man They are fast becoming a new people. Price, S3. nised CARLOS LEB'ARO, as Vice Consul -and it was so recorded. An hour or two arrangement.

to government every where the conflicts of The Revolution was a terrible but yet I We are indebted to the Publisher fort a I of Portugal for the port of Mobile. elapsed when he remarked that he would I Mr.) Clayton's resolution was postpot
diplomacy and possibly of arms which are am convinced, a cheap good to France. I of this like to see a physician, and asked! frequently for the presen
to be the necessary penalty of its greatness Las broken up the old system and blown i it I copy valuable work. It i is a large: I NAVAL.-The U. S. brig Somers Commander when the boat left for Fredericksburg Gen. Houston took his seat as StD '. ,

The debate was: opened by M.\ Guizot. as ch: tl'to the winds. Priestcrait has come I volume of nearly 700 octavo pages, and fot i Ingraham, arrived here on Sunday Dr. Gold was immediately eat for, and from Texas. Upon drawing gallon,

A few days after, :M. Tliiers: took occasiont to a full end-the lordly manners of die beauty of typographical execution: is not t I last t, 8 days from Vera Cruz. She bring; promptly attended. but, when introduced 1 usual, he fell into the class of Steal(

assail the doctrine touching our country hierarchy are utterly swept away. Proper-I surpassed by any work we have seen. It the stranger treated him with indifference; whose term expires on the 3d March,la]
avowed by :Mr. G.rrhis speech was received t}' 1m gone into a new i is embellished with handsome illustrative nothing later than received by the \Watt but, upon better acquaintance' became engaged Gen. Rink (VII into the class whose i
both in and out of the Chamber with fact well distributed-better nowhere', as I I fifty Witch at New Orleans. Left"at anchor off in conversation. ., A suggestion was expires March 3d 181.:

great enthusiasm. The next day M. Gui- might shew by statistics, save in the United I steel engravings, and the work altogether the Island of Sacrificious the U. S. Frig le made to Tucker by the. clerk th.+t, as he appeared Mr. Barrow spoke on the Oregonqj:; ;

zot replied. )By the politeness of our Consul t States. Industry is called into action, and j is got up in a style that reflects much Cumberland, flag ship of Commodore Conner unwell il would be better for him t to tion.
11r.Valsh.. I was able to be present, stimulated by new hopes. The arts are advancing )- credit upon the anist and the publisher have a fire in his room retire to heel Are.,, The Bill supplying deficiencies; lampr :

, though the eagerness of the public to hear with rapid strides. Wealth is in i I Of the merits of the work, as a history, not the Ships Falmouth, St. Mary's{ and but no attention was paid': to if, until immediately appropriations, was {passed bl'
" the debate was to great as to make it extremely creasing. Education is becoming a topic of Brig Porpoise.-[Pensacola Gazelle. after dinner when he called impatiently House.
difficult to obtain a ticket. Every greater interest ; and with all this, it i is having:; perused it, we cannot speak ; but we for his room, to which he was show The Sub-Treasury Bill was next taker

niche in the galleries was occupied. And cN-arly: to be seen which must indeed b.. a see thaMhe. papers of the North pronounce The National Intelligencer of the 27th ed by one of the servants. Dr. Gold gave in Committee, and will be forced ihros

the attitude and manner_ ; of .'the assemblagewere consequence! thut; the character of the upon it tire highest encomiums. 'VeViii ult., has the following) just remarks on the him one or two prescriptions\ -one to be administered at once, without discussion.WASHINGTON; .

such as to indicate me protouniiest : people is undergoing a very marked change take pleasure in exhibiting the copy on our Senate of the United States to whom the as late as 11 o'clock last night- : AjrJlf:
feeling of interest. Dialogue and gesture I I had heard of the volatility of the French 1 I which were :all duly attended lo. During The Unicorn been
table ; having out twelvefr
looks of thoughtfulness who has and I to any one who would! like to see it. people look with confidence, to save them
people
and silence, and as not ; expected the last evening. Tucker frankly confessed may soon be expected: to arrive, and hep
looks of passion-all indicated licit the mind when I entered France, to see nothing
ef the great auditory wa. powerfully wrought else-ami indeed that 1 should hardly be this counsels of others, threatened to involve sipation. ? liberations of the Senate.

upon. And the subject was my country !- able to keep my gravity. But the first thing city, held on Monday last, M. M. the country. The remarks of the Intel) This morning, between 5 and 6 o'clock l1r.Yeb5ter\ it is:: believed has been ',
my country as! a great nation, fit to be that struck me, on landing from Italy was, t j! BUTT, Esq. was elected. We have now an Tucker arose without any appearance of: communication Mr. Al'LaneaaCl";
viewed if not with enmity, yet with jealous that I corne among a sedate, sober, thinking industrious' and public-spirited Hoard, and enter on the views of individual Senators I Ii unusual excitement-'he servant: handed I luo is advised of the disposition of thel B-

caution: The debate: though scantily reported people. They have a look of care as may reasonably expect a wise nnJ salutary i is also of great importance; him his bill which he paid and immediately l tish Government to make an overture! '
will speak for itself. 1 know not you pass them, and walk as if they had of "LOOK TO THE SENATE! "-These left the house. An alarm was soon spread 1 as he alludes to in his speech.It .
when I have been more powerfully moved some business on their hands. Judging management --our-city--affairs. words were uttered by a late radical print that he had furiously entered the boardinghouse is evident that the Senate will net! :
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than while I sat there, a stranger among from their manner, you would think that ftf":: We were yesterday morning from day to day, in a spirit of distrust anc of Mr. J. '1'. :McDuffe/ on Pennsylvania hurried to take the question.

strangers watching the movements of the you had mistaken your country and landed 1 sensed by Mr. B. S. HAWLEY pre- alarm. We adopt :and repeat them bucertainlv Avenue, a few doors north of CaprrolSquare { In the Senate, a resolution{ was tonsil
scene. I seemed, tor the first time, to have I in the United Slates. The change I speak with a dish in a very different spirit. We lool Ic (the hnns-i formerly occupied by cd for changing the daily hour of meets:

discovered my country. 1 had measured of is generally remarked. Nothing is so of ripe strawberries from his garden in this to the Senate, not as an assembly in which John Moulter, Esq.) 4 to 11 o'clock, and it was opposed; on I

her territory ; computed, a hundred times, common as to hear that Paris is far less gay city. They were fine to look at, and for national rights are likely to be sacrificed, or It appears, then, that on leaving the Hotel ground that the object' was to (force r
the growth of her population; foretold her i than it used to be, and yet it is richer and ,some time we were undecided whether lo I the national honor tarnished ; but as to a he sallied forth under the influence of Senators to hurry the Oregon debate. Tij

greatness; imagined the immense circle: of more populous every year. eat them or keep them to feast the of wise, deliberate, and dignified body, of men mania potu, and, on arriving in front a resolution was lost-yeas, 13; nays 21.
her dominion, at no distant period, filled No country in Europe is advancing as I ourselves and eyes: now standing high in public confidence, aud 11 I I this house, a colored boy named! Ely, was; Mr. Cass made his speech, and a r.
friends
with swarming millions of ople-but J. rapidly as France.' I doubt whether there the palate however,
called 10 act in an important and delicate: j i just opening the front door. The frontroom able one on the Oregon question.
needed to be here in the capital of France, I is any, where there is more of general hap gained, the victory, :and they vanished. Delicious exigency in our public affairs./ Most undoubtedly .j of this house, in the second story: is (plied particularly to ;11 Jr. Haywood Heyr..

the diplomatic capital of Europe, to witness piness. You: will see more of filth and : they were to the taste. Thanks! ) the Senate is regarded at the present occupied by Captain Ramsay, the backroom Calhoun the Inner of whom he comff

a great: nation second in arts and arms to wretchedness in London in a day, you will I In Charleston! and New Orleans they moment with very peculiar interest. on the same floor, by his son David; merited very highly and eloquent! on !
no other, debating, with profound !serious be accosted by more beggars, than in Paris are and
No lover of honorable peace no friend of two elder sons occupied a chamber i in course in the war of 1812.
ness, the question whether it is not wise to during a week. Indeed I have scarcely bragging: ; on their early peas and potatoes.Why his country's welfare, but thinks daily of its: the third story. Tucker rushed upon the lIe went into a forcible argumentios ,

raise up some balance of power against the been saluted by a beggar since I have been we had green peas in January, and importance and the high nature of its present colored boy with au open knife, (it has a that 49 was not the limit of our claim,
United States-to hear it maintained that here Even New York is far worse than potatoes in February. With us, they have duties. In its ultimate decisions we buck handle-blade between two and three also to show that the President was
Russia, England and the U. States, are the I Paris in this respect. Such a nation, rely have inches in it '
come and gjwe, and the vines are "doing confidence, and that confidence has length- appears to have been a bound to accept that offer if England
three great formidable powers that require upon if, is destined to be as free as it de- brown." been increasing from day to day. Its decisions razor blade. and i is marked; Chinese imperial. m make it.

to be watched with cautious jealousy-tinsonly tires, whether nominally republican or not have been, recently at least temperate .) The boy retreated up into Captain He did not believe, however, that E
could make me truly feel what is the : The day i is coming too when all that M. ICE. A has considerate and able such became Ramsay's room, when the
cargo arrived here, for Columbus ; as Captain leapingout land would even offer 49. He said be
real import of my country. This debate: i is. Thiers speaks of, will be realized. Why Ga. They were it a body of its high functions and 1 of bets', a scuffle: ensrer!!; during whichthe determined for ,one, to march uptu54a( *
remarkable, too, as being the first instance : should not the French government being cracking up character. sober and
A anxious spirit appears negro, although taking: m part, receiver He said that: if there was no other ret
in which the of Europe have : jealous of France be jealous also of the at the Exchange last night, in pieces about
great powers ; to us, especially of late, to have pervaded severe cut over the left eye. The sons of against arbitration it would be a som
avowed the of extending their diplomatic United States 1 Nor is it without reasonthat the size of : of chalk( "
necessity a lump and dissolving : its members; and we have no doubt the Captain were soon in the rooom with one that so of our statesmen we
circle of balances so as to include the monarchies of Europe are becoming l it by liquid process.Vhen a cargo arrives : that the strongly preponderating sentiment Tucker and their father. 'The former, an the opinion many that our claim was Jimitrd
us. Hitherto they have held, for the most alarmed by our increase.! It means too oj the is for settlement infuriated madman, seemed bent
for this {place, and Cobblers and"Juleps" body compromise, on murder 49. The arbitrators would not look m><.
the attitude much It is fact formidable Let
of a too
part, gracious externally and without discrimination. The attacked die"
peace. parry title they would take of
well wisherr kind of them their arts and set their balances.Our begin to sparkle, we shall{ tremble ; a pair
regarding us as a experimental try We adverted yesterday to the declaration had ample means and of course frequent and split the difference between (that
l leu nation beyond the sea, which i it day will come in spite of themandtheirs for some* of the tetotallers we wot of. of Mr. CHALMER: made in his speech of opportunities to have killed him on the spoof t, and the British proposals.
at least safe to leave unmolested. But too The more 1 see of this old God give them strength of resolution to Tuesday that three fourths of the friends but the magnanimous soul of Ramsay disdained If we were determined to settle I the

the experiment it seems, is nearly over--we world, however grand the aspect of its timeworn resist the temptations they must encounter!t I the President in t the Senate. and fourJiflhsof such an act upon a fellow mortal lion, no matter how, we might resorttfl'
are already formidable! It might surely be features-the greater privilege and Ice Mint I the whole body, were in favor of compromise. { under such circumstances, and he not only! bitration. We knew beforehand. whit!
: Sugar, and Madeira !m Lemon ,
pardoned to an American in such a scene honor do I think it, to be a We thought. we confessed, when desisted himself; but prevented his sons decision would be. It hearths i .
might
and at such a moment if he allowed a new CITIZEN: OF THE UNITED STATES. Loaf, Sherry, and Sucker Ah the honorable Senator from Mississippi stated from doing him any serious mischief. ded honor, but would leave an un

sentiment of pride for his country to wake SINGULAR l\J \Rnua-A widower at this fact, that the statement might proveto The result of Tucker's atttcks are as

in his bosom. Neither would) it be wholly Camden who was not very young, became In MILITARY.of the be a little too strong.,: But subsequent follows : scar.Mr.. Ashly has the floor for to-motw'
malicious in him to enjoy the jealousy of pursuance Proclamation of tho occurrences convince us he Captain Ramsay, cut under the left
was right. that
smitten with a young and) beautiful girl, and eye, In the House it was ordered
such a nation as France ; or to feel, in sucha married her. A short time after, the son Governor, the first grand step w-ns taken on Among these occurrences we give a prominent t on his right cheek and across his nose. Sub-Treasury Bill be taken out or.a
debate as this which now agitates the Monday last to the Florida place to the speech of Mr. SEVIER Wadworth, one of the elder i in '
of this man by a former wife, became also organise Militia, on sons, cut mittee, at 1 o'clock, on Thursday: 2J"j
French capital, that he is witnessing the in love, not with a younger person, but with -the "great bulwark of our freedom I ," the Wednesday.; This gentleman is an ardent eight places round the neck and head, one Mr. Chipman spoke in favor of the8
entrance of his nation into place among the the mother of the father's new wife, a widow "right arm of the national defences the supporter of the Administration-one oil its of which on the left side of the neck, is 5 Mr. J. R. Ingersoll vindicated the
!leading powers of the world. lady still! in the blooom of life. He offered chief southwestern pillars. He is well inches in length. ing system, and especially, the United( +
At.tbe same time graver thoughts willcroMd himself and soon the young man and "impregnable barrier against foreign aggressionin known to be among the foremost and the Douglass, another son, received a slightcut Bank, from some animadversions?:|oO
upon him. He tees, at once, thatit the widow were united in the bands of matrimony the election of its officers. boldest on all cccasions, in maintainingwhat in the breast. Dromgoole.

is the penalty of increase to his country, so that in consequence of these two The contest went off finely ; no event he thinks the country's rights. He David, a younger son, seized a pair of Mr. Holmes, of South Carolina.JrjP
that all its relations to the world must be connections, a father became the soninlawof transpiring during the day to disturb the has been reckoned, too, among the fifty- tongs and gave Tucker a smart blow, whilsthe as, to the operations of the U. S.
changed. It can no longer be indulged in four-forty men ; and we doubt not is in was engaged with his father whichhe *
his own son, and the wife not only the: so, upon and traced the causes of its downfaHy.
that repose, which obscurity yields. It daughter-in-law of her own son-in-law, but general good feeling and good order that his opinions',and feelings. But, notwithstanding let go his hold on the Captain seized of the general conviction that follos i

(must stand out, in th'e public attitude of a still more the mother-in-law of her own prevailed. The election was managed bythe all .this, we have greatly misunderstood the youth by the back of the head and drewhis He supported the system now ;pre

great nation, to be the object of fear and daughter; while the husband of the latter "sovereign people" themselves, who, I the scope pf his observations on Wednesday knife across his throat, cutting about as tending to check extravagant, ISSUeJ

hatred, to maintain its conflict with the arts is the father-in-law of his morther-in-law, one at a time, fired their paper bullets into unless lie be now ready to take a i two inches in length. The youththen succeeded local b. nks. It would promote Aw'03 fc *' art:|.
and intrigues of pQlitical. combination, and [ line of boundary substantially like that offered in knocking him down. Tucker cL0'/'
and father-in-law to his own father. Singular regained terests by keeping the
the ballot box whomsoever paper
for
mix itself in with the great flood of human confusion arise, if children should they preferred I by the United States in' 1826. Mr. 5 E- his feet, sal was soon after dispossessed sound state. As to the abstract oa *
history. It may still maintain its neutrality, spring from these may peculiar marriages. should command them when the great VIER does not like the word "compromise." of the knife. carried down into the cie from circulation, it would never *et

.but it caooot be what it must, without being day of parade came. The citizen soldiers. He thinks it implies, or may imply, something Hall where Samuel Sletlinus, Esq, was sent: in amount eight or tea millions. Hot
dreaded; and it cannot be the object of or-::: Albert J. Tyrrell, who was charged seemed to have adopted the motto of a like cession. But, objectionable for, and committed him to jail whither be banks expecting to be called opoa.:
dread without having a conflict to sustain with the murder of Maria Beckford, in Boston phraseology being out. of the way, we greatly t- was carried in a I cart, tied hand and foot. be careful to keep an adequate lopr'J
side. The ocean too is narrowed has been tried for of distinguished! General, that we can do'our if the )
OB every and acquitted want err, honorable Senator did not I may also add, that a domestic or white specie.
fo a third of its former width, by the inrei- evidence against him. own voting aud our own fighting." They mean to be understood that, for the sake of woman in the employ of Mrs. lUc Dsffe, al- ,Mr. C. J..Ja$scroll eqtered iotaI" a.




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and and favorable to us as at preseot, the 3iscussion Work For Liverpool.THE .
historically commercially, Per steamer Charleston-Mrs Griffith, Miss first clas Am. ship
I of this THE
q' monarchy question has I am per- Lovelace Messrs Hamilton Snow McGinu STATESMAN'S MANUAL l0Y
1'Callyaud morally. REMARKS ON THE MARKET. ; i Weeks, master, having
pQ A other things he maintained that suaded, done much for us. Nine-tenths of ConoNWe have had a good inquiry since.. Patridge, Cropp, Lovelace, Cordell. A.NEW AITO ENLARGED EDITION OF PRESIDEjrT .her cargo have
: moflg the people of Mexico ardent Per steamer Agnes Mrs McLawhorne and engage11 cp1t
Sub.Trnsurv would do more for man- it is are Republicans Tuesday, which bas resulted in the sale of 3 or. child; Messrs J Ingram, H Simmons, F Simmons.Per MESSAGES, WITH A for the above POIt. freigh apulj
the the whole thirty Tariffs : only a few of the high class and HISTORY OF EACH March 21 Co.
than 4000 bales, at prices somewhat irregular, but generally steamer Champion Major Hardin and lady ADMIXISTATION, &c. DAY&
facture h we have had could ever do ; and he I IWS aristocracy who support the views of the a shade higher than our last quotations.The Mr Legay, lady and three children; Jos Poy- In Two Handsome Volumes, 8 vo. of For Liverpool
"blC and an advocate of protec- Royal party. There is an interesting article thres, lady, daughter, son and servant, Dr C Seven Hundred Each. e THE
man, superior Br. bark
Tariff better qualities hare been most in demand Pages
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Battle lady and Miss Battle CUNE1
A sound .: on this subject in the latest servant; Miss Man-
(or the sake of protecting. The British papers. and some Eales have been made of fully good gum, Col A P Rood, Judge Spann; Messrs J C IX HANDSOME MUSLIN BINDING. JJ1JVD, Power?, master wi d
1100 would be the best protection. Minister, writing to the English fair We make alterationsin Ruse, Sutton and Pennyman.Per :atch. For freight, apply
9c.
high some
currencY eastern friends would not be here on Commander on the station, says that as as steamer Peytona Messrs H R Taylor, M PRICE FlVlf DOLLARS. March 21 J. DAY &Co.

flis seat now, if they had adhered he cannot persuade these people that England our luotations, remarking that our figures arc Perryman, James Bennett, T A Prall. -_
theiranous! will not with them based upon a strict classification. Per steamer Mary A Moore-Mrs Seals and THE ADDRESSES AND MESSAGES OF For New York.
a specie currency. the United co-operate against LUTCRPGOL CLASSIFICATION. servant, Mrs Moore, children and net-vant; Mrs THE PRESIDENTS OF THE U. S. L 41THE splendid ship EBEJT PRE
to V. M'ltnn' Brown! of Tennessee op.psed States-they have the greatest 1346. 1S45. Dingle, Dr Cowa, Dr Pope, Messrs Johnson, tBLE, Perkins, master, will have imm

% the Bill as odious, condemned, and, confidence that England is going to inter- Inferior ... ... .. ..5fc a 5 a Morrison. Baker, Newell, Ballard, Hays, Gibson, INAUGURAL, ANNUAL AND SPECIAL, diate dispatch for the above port- For
impracticable. fere to prevent their bein .bullied by us, but Ordinary..6 a61 4r a 4J Battle, 'McBride and Schwartz. [ From 1789 to 1846. freight or passage, apply to the master, cr to

aller all, he has unequivocally intimated that their Middlin? ... ... ... ..63! a 7 a Per stermerxAgnes' Messrs, J F Famor and With an Original Mtor of each of the Presidents April 1 KQURSE, STONE & Co. .
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Good Middling. .. ..71 a il a 6 Williams. \ and -
their
a JMminitlra- "
hopes wolud tory
MEXICO. not be realized.In Hi
FRO steamerViola Miss Jones
dlingFair..7| a 7i 6! a 61 Per ; Messrs How- tions selection For New rork.g .
the brig Oceana, arrived at New Or- the last papers will be found a notice of Fair..8 a8J a6j ain, Foster, Beall, Barrow, Taylor and D veDport. Documents; also and of Important THE finepacket ship TUSKlffjS.

B* the editor of the Delta has receiverJ1eac j the flagrant attack by Gen. Paredes on the Good Fair. ... .. ...3fc a 9 nominal. Statitia/lfc-. ,, master,will have quick dis.

% from the city of Mexico to the 10th freedom of the Press and the persons of the FREIGHTS.-For Foreign ports there is yet little RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.Per For freight, apply to the master.

paperS The files' are filled with long and irn. I editors and printers. This is a dangerous doing and we have no engagements to note since steamer ChA.rleston-357 bales cotton to COMPILED moii OFFICIAL SOURCES, H] NOURSE, STONE b Co

'DSr. articles against El Tiempo, the mo- proceeding on the part of the President, and our last. Howard & Rutherford; 180 to Wm H Kimbrough BY EDWIN WILLIAMS, For New' York.

ttDt | orffan, which continues to advo- must arouse strong resentment and a fearful Coastwise, the shipments are less active, owingto & Co; 87 to B Ellison & Co; 7? to Chas Rogers ACXnOfc OF THE:E9..YORJ ANNUAL REGISTER. &C. iEtTHE fine packet brig MET.iMO-
carcilicil} & Co 53 to Dodge & Pratt 40 to J C
and defend its principles.I The Memochanged opposition.A decreasing stock on hand, and the considerable 43 to ;Lockhart & Young 9;to McKay &Maclay Hans-; Embellished with Portraits of ie Presidents RA, Gates, master, having her entire

cate Ilitorico his been into El RcfbllCUIlUl large part of the troops under Gen. arrivals of vessels. No change in rates except for home. ; and the Seals o Coats of .Arms of the cargo engaged,will sail on the 15th md.

rial with the views of.dfending thecountrY Ampudia have mutinied. Boston, one ship taken at 5-Sc., being 116c. de Per steamer Agnes-12 bales cotton to J Ingram; a several Slates. For passage only, apply to the master, or to
the J \Ve have received from 6 to D G Raney: 6 to Thos Preston; 1 lot hides April 11 NOURSE, STONE &Co
reports Jalappathat
and defeating icmpo. cline. CO
to B Hawley 1 do to P Laprade.Per TESTS
; For
Slidefl was still at Jalapa, from which the Northern Provinces are about to QUOTATIONS : steamer Champion J7 bales cotton to A 1. The Speeches or Ad1lres3f and Me3 aescf New York

) r. addressed a letter to the Mexican secede from the confederacy. To Liverpool ... ... .. .. ...l-2dperlb. P Rood; 93 to Harper & Holmes; 81 to Lockhart the Presidents of the United States, from Wash- --r.- JJit Dbpatefi.
Pace' be order to }let 1 Jcr New York..... .... .. .. .. .. 58c. & Young, 62 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 52 to J C in ton to Polk. \. THE superior i? CORDOVA
rnment, in inquire .... ..... .. ... 5-8c. Lowell, master. For -
( Minister.Ireperia \Ve have seen the draught of a Bill reported Boston Maclay; 51 to Sanford te Butt; 45 to J Poythress; 2. A Memoir, or Biographical Sketch cf each freight cr pauig
admitted not
ho'iiid be or as ..... .. .. ... ....5.8e. "
the
J 111'1 the U. S. Senate Providence 6 to McKay & Hartshorne; 47 do, 1 bale hides President his apply to captain, or to
says that a Ions debate had taken to for organizing Baltimore.. .... ..... ..... ..53c.u and 1 cask tallow to Wm G Porter <& Co. preceding Message. DODGE & PRATT.
: the Council. the result of which i I jlhe Federal Courts of Florida. It proposes Per steamer Peytona-487 bales cotton to Hill, 3. An account of the Inauguration of each April 4 40 Water street.CiiaUuhoocbce .
at President and of the
place I but the Rcpublicano, of I\ a division of the state into three Districts, COTTON STATEMENT. Last Dawsou & Co; 301 to McKay & Hartshorne; 240to a History principal political
'was not known ; i one east of the Suwanee, one west of that river year. N Cruger; 73 to D B Wood & Co. events of his administration, and of the transactions Hotel.
which
AelOih, says that by a source can I and one south of the 27th parallel of latitude Stock on hand 1st Sept ...4 3 Per steamer Mary A Moore-323 bales cotton of Congress at each session during the pe- .. ;!IrA.THE subscriber takes pleasure ia
,.relied upon. the editors have received in-1 Received past 3 days" .... ...3,573 and 43 hides to McKa'y & Hartshorne; 276 bales riod. These sketches following the Messages, 1 informing the traveling community
that Mr. Slide!! will not LeadS }i ; the appointment of a Judge, Marshall previously..85,440 cotton to Lockhart & Young: 14 to Wylie te McKenzie &.C., of each President, and, with the Messages, Tm I that he has taken e of the abov
fI :
Mini rer of the United Stales, and aud District Attorney for each district Total..bales; 89,017136662 ; 10 to J W Perry; 24 sacks peas to Wra forming a comendious Political History of-the iMJ. establishment, situated immediately

*% will not enter into any arranje- I ; and the holding. in each yrar of two Exported past 3 days. ... 2,272 G Porter Co United States, fur the last fny. even year on tha banks of the river where th.travefler .
Mexico
that .... Per steamer Boston-259 bales cotton to Bug-
terms in the western district at Pensacola.two previously 53,796 4. Declaration of find a cooift-rtsble and
ments about the Texas question unless it! is Total.... .. 61,0681034S5 bee & Howard; 216 to J C Maclay; 191 to DodgeS Independence. may quit resting
and
settle the boundary at the Sabine. at Apalachicola and two at Tallahassee. ; Pratt. Z. Articles of Confederation. place thereby avoiding the many inconvenience

a-refd* to Mexicans were somewhat alarmedat [Pensacola Gazette. On hand and on shipboard not cleared 27,949 3"3177 Per steamer Agnes-34 bales cotton to Lockhart 6. Constitution of the United States, with which they have heretofore ben sub
The & Young; 23 do and 1 box tobacco to D Raney; Notes and References. j jtfCt to.The.

!the arrival of so many American vessels City Council Proceedings.COUNCIL EY.PORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA 6 do to Wylie & McKenzie; 1 to Thos Preston. 7. A brief history ofthe events and circumstance U. S. Mail steamer Agnes, from Apt-

of war at their ports. and the journals we Commencing 1st September, 1845-and same Per steamer Viola-167 bales cotton to Hill, -) which led to the Union of the States and lchicol arrives cn Sunday and Wednesday at
Iu'e rfcriveJ state that Gt n. Paredes is CHAMBER, time in 1344. Dawson & Co: 149 to Harper & Holmes; 59 to formation of the Constitution. : P. M.; depart Monday and Thursday
disposed) to nurrh personally at the head WEDNESDAY EVENING, April S, '40.5 Lockhart & \oung; 37 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 8. A syr-'psis ct the Constitutions cf the several at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western arrives
Council met. Present, E. C. Robert Mayor rp st a Last 7 to J C Maclay; 8 to Wm G Porter ic Co; 11 Mai
of the troops. should the Americans show ; WIIITItEI RIPOP.TED. 13 days\\prt'vi.//TOTAL J season to Chas Rogers & Co 3 to order. States. lIorda 's, Wednesdays and Fridays o'clock.
Councilmen, Messrs. Guyon, Green, Rmaldi, Ua '. ; 9- Table of Members of the Cabinets of the ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays .
jiiiv hostile $tnfpi'tions. Peck and Hancuck. Liverpool.. ... ....I. .I2) .19932 ..2573I1avr' Per steamer Viola-117 bales cotton to Lockhart
Tlr R.lUhlirl(7uJ; of the 10th publishesau The minutes .. .. ... .... .. .... .185501'.....2557Xantz. & Young. various administrations, Ministers to Foreign at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrives
,f letter whiHi shows in some of the last meeting were rand : ... ... ... . .... ..1279Tn Countries, and other principal public officers. Tue-days, Thursdays ard Saturdays at 3 o'clock
pxtnrt a approved.The f' te...... ... .... ... ..... .. .. .1187 EXPORTS. 10. Chionolocfical Table of Political Events A. M. ; departs Mondays Wednesdays and Fri-
r/-veet.t| the! i impossibility!: that Parades.( should Clerk reported the return of the HarborMaster genoa .... ... .. ..... ..... ... .... ..640Olherports. the United States. pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via
4:1113iu.mer/ in }his actual po.ulOn. and Marshal, for the month of March .. .... ..... ..... .... LIVERPOOL-Per bark Robert Watt-1382 11. Statistical Tables of Revenue, Commerceand QiincyandTalldhas"ee, arrives Mondjys, Wednesdays

Li llt,;cria remarks that the olficial pat lat, which \H reread and ordered on file. Total to For. Ports. .1382.185501.19932...32266 bales cotton. Population. and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs

rr. El D'trin. l has changed; its title, and The Mayor reported that live city due bills, for Xew r ork. .. .. .. .803,.2117331 21536.32-112 cotton.NEW YORK-Per brig Pioneer-SOS bales i 12. A complete l Index, or Analytical Table cf Tuesday, edneidays and Sunday at 6 o'clock:

the word JifpMi.ru; does not appear: in it as SSO each had been given W. G. Porter & Co. o :lon. .... .. ... ...!.1..86191..8619.22312P Per schr LeRoy-ill bales cotton. I Contents to the whole work. P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and

bH.iTi'' I" the present state of things, saysoim'j for interest on five city bonds for $1000 each to P < .. .... .. .4899..4899..so NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Eufaula-S7 bales I Thursdays at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesday
the slightest thins is noticed 1'2lh1 Jrrh last, held by Barnard Aadamsi. Co. Philadelphia ... ..... ....1', .440,..440 .15.t7Balamore. cotton. TO AMERICAN CITIZENS. and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M-
the), // Also that three city due bills, (for (S160, $SO ... ........ ... .1662.. .16621. .1494 t---------- .. -= -- The publisher of the above lATIOSAt.OR The Hume and Furniture are entirely new,
3i> all. ;11111' !n'n rhanse has caused many to arid '10,) $-250 1.ad been given II. (}. (11)01 for New Orleans. ... ;!' .2"2.30( ;. .2337 ..5(73.9:31 in announcing its completion, opportunity the servants thoroughly drilled in their buaiaess,
,''btli,' iliat 'he Jovernmont }In? an interest interest Other ... .... .. WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT.
\e on three city bnds to 12th Marcn last, iorts. .1G-131..1643 : to state, that the sale cf the same has been ad: all will ue their utmcst endeavors to make
o ih1 i nncil's|) alh'oc] .!''eil, by El! Tiempo. 1 for' SV'OO.The Totdl Coa twl'.. .'.-. 90'.-.t)246.4IJ-;'-: r .71219- committed to his ager.fs throughout the Union, the tice pa>s pleasantly to the traveller.

V\V\ fiii
nhcli 'h1" Government, is about n ?jotiatinc; ; oi thp late election fnr one Councilman, !from BAGGINGKentucky, yd ii"a ; there will be no deviation from the price fixed, A ent for the Proprietor.
with three ineic.iutile houses of Mexico, to which} it appeared; that Melmond. Butt haurgreceived -------- Dundee, yd 16 a. 11 namely, FIVE DOLLARS per copy, which must be Chaattahcochee, March 17.1816. 12-tf

the Htnount of two millions of dollars. the greatest r number of vote", was duly : irtEmtioa'r Peanut, yd a. 13 I considered reasonable for two handsome octavo For Sale.A .
elected. And BALE ROPE, Kentucky, Jb 6 a 6Northrn !
thereupon, Mr. Butt volumes of hundred each.
being present, over seven pages
hid
l in-
It "RS r'porlell that GC'n.Ipjia : lb very Splendid tO story DWEL
,
tfrrepted( site I letters for the I American t had the and oath cf ollice administered to him by. the OF APALACHICOLA- ... April 11. Manilla, lb a 8 No expense has been spared in the preparation ;tii: i LING HOUSE, situated in the most airy
Mayor, took his seat. of these volumes of Documents, and !J
Ci11:41: M.namorns. .. which stared that TIle Md\or BREAD, Navy, cwt 8 a 4 Histor f.IJand pleasant part of that delightful-
announced the Statistics render the
appointment of Mr. 5 to same patronage -
CLEARED. Pilot, cwt a 6 tenng placep St. Josephs. The house is built in
the Amcncan tmops were about stationing! Rl'ltrs Chairman of the Committee on Public COFFEE Rio lb 8i 9\ not only of Statesmen and Legislators, but
April G-Bri; Pioneer, Hearn, for New York, a the best manner, with folding doors, three rocs
tbera,.lv-s on, the left hank of the Rio I Grounds. by Dodge & Pratt. Havana, lb 73 a ii of the American public generally; who will find aid a hall on a floor, Kitchen, Stable, Carriage

Br' \'ot. about! the 27th of February. Ti.e Committee on Claims reported in favor of April a-Bark Robert Watt, Johnson, for Liverpool Java, Ib 101 a ]13 in this .TREASURY OF POLITICAL H.VOWLEDE, a House and all necessary out-buildings in
The Archbishop of Mexico Senor Don the following accounts : !, by Hill Dawson & Co. CANDLE .Spt'rm, Ib 30 a 35 mass of information indispensable to every intelligent order. jood
John W. RniaIdifordravam..g ) 25Win. April IO-Sclir Eufaula Taylor, for N Orleans. CORDAG, Manilla .lb a 10 citizen.
Manuel Po>a lo y Garduno] was preaching 11 12 The above will be sold very low as the
IQ Uvor of tin monarchical system. There Blount,(or servkes as Dep. Marshal.34 00 April 11-Ship Urgent,_Rogers, for Quebec. Tarred Hemp lb 12 a a 14 Former editions of the Presidents Messages owner intends leaving the country. present

S. C. Ru-.se!!, for stone balhtst . . have been and
15
73 ARRIVED. Northern bb! 600 imperfect incomplete in many respects Persons to have
CIDER. wishing
.arc about four thousand; clergymen and friars a a summer retreat,
in Mexico and all of them Which! were pass(d. April 6-Schr Eufaula, Taylor, fm N Orleans. DOMESTIC GOODS- which have now been remedied, 1st by a where all the advantages of health, sea bathing.
nearly are
The following accounts were prrsei.ted, and on April 7-Bark John Brow*>r. Sutton, fm Boston. Brown Shirting!, yd 6l a 7i careful comparison with official documents, and fishing and hunting are enjoyed in the greatest
! in favor of a monarchy. motion the rule being waved, were severally Schr OntwH. All'n, fm Havana. Sheeting, yd i a 9 2d by diligent research, to supply the Special perfection, will do well to apply soon to
By let'ers t revived in Tainpico dated passed viz: April 10-Ship Columbian, Merriman, from Ticking!, yd 12i a 20Cottonudes Messages and Addresses omitted in former com march 10 WOOD & COt 32 Water-st.

Tenic, 24t'i/' Feb., it appears that a new S. SchiU r, for provision* to small pox patient Boston. yd U a 22 pilations- The Index to the whole work, of sub.

I rerol'i'ionVHS
ID tint portion of the Mexican: Republic H. F. Simmons, for draviure . . .53 50 Brig Rebecca C Fisher, Applcby, fm N York. Kentuckyjeans, yd 25 13 a 55 20 edition which will make it invaluable for reference at par for Good at the lowest cash
Borden Russia
Brig Delaware, fin Fall River, toVm DUCK, yd a .
tie o'ttjert of which w.uto separate thec'af" John Thomas, for board ot paupers . 15 00' T U'ood. DYES, Logw'd, Campeachy, ton prices, byMarch
? "s of Sorion. Siiialao. Chihuahua, and E. C. Roberts' 1 qrs. salary aq Mayor. .4j: .10 April 11-Bark Tiberius. Sears, fm Providence. ., St. domingo, Ion To render these writings of the American 21 B.. ELLISON & Co.

1Jirno.: from the uflh. Gen. C. Thispin: 1 qrs. salary a"* Marshal! . lOU 00 Ship Probus, De Vnes, fm New York. Fustic, ton Presidents more valuable as-a continued National Havana Segars. .
rest Kepublic. Wm. V.iIleuU, 1 qrs. salary as Clerk and Brig Virginia, T.tlbot, fm N,*w York. Indigo lb History, they are accompanied with Memoirs of BEST Havana
for sale
fin/! Segara,
, Trrerf, u ho has for SOIIJP time been in re- Treasurer 1 . Steamer Agnes llynear fm Chattahoochee FLOUR Northern bbl 65) 700 Presidents the various ad- 50 /
. . . . . 100 00 a the : and a History. 3UlJU by WOOD & Co
,i Urrmcut, would, it is said. be solicited to A. G. Semmes, 1 qr.. salary a< City Att'y. .iO O'JW. : Steamer Ctumpion.Cadvvallader, fm Columbus. Western, bbl 515 a 600 mini istrat ions. April .
32 Water
I t.iU command of the \"olut.omlrv forces. S. Green, 1 tr,. *alaryas IIo Ph'sicim.37 .10 Steamer Albany Griffin, fm Albanv. FISH, Cod, box 250 So 450 The work i is edited and compiled by Mr. EDWIN st.

By a jMssriijer arried on board of theO John Gannon for drayaire ... . . .3 25 Steamer Steamer Viol Boston:Van, Morton Veghten, fm,Columbus.tm Columbus. Mackerel.. Xo.No.2 I,, bbl bbl! 600 a a 1200 700'C WILLIAMS, whose familiarity with our Political Per Octavia from New Orleans.

-e.'nil' we learn that at last accounts re- The accounts of H.: G. Gtiyon fur $S7 35 and Steamer Peytona, Greer, from Coumbus. No. S, bbl 500 a 600 History and Statistical Subjects generally, 13 ECEIVED as above a choice selection o:

crnH in V 'ra Cruz on the loth, inst., Mr. J.V.. fiabcock for $30 OJ, were presented and Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Eufaula. HERRING, box are wel known to the public, and arlord a suffi JLX Family Groceries and Provisions; also, a

Ni.idlva:, : ; daily. expected at that port, as referred.A FRUIT, Almonds, lb cent guarantee for the accuracy and fidelity of fre-h supply of Spring: and Summer Clothing( ,
I hf: had iiititnnted to the authorities that! he communication from Engine Co. No. 1 was LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. 'Rllisin5. box 275 a S 00 compilation and accompanying History. made up in the latest style, for sale by

receive"1 and read, asking: that Entrlne; Xo. 2 be SHIPS.Minerva Prune Ib EDWARD WALKER- GIBSON f. CLAPP.
nu: =t be reco;ni removed C.urradts 11 114 Fulton-street NewYork.Coptirinership.
I as the House was not lam** enough fcrboth Brown 303 tons, fm New York, waitPobus. drum, April street.
) nimnplle i to leave the Figs, "
rnuntry.Thf machines and motion of Mr.
; on Day, re- ing-Master. Washington County.
box
Mexican fl"*et at Vera Crux consjs- ferrod to the mmiltee< on the Fire Department. J> Vries, 647 tons, fm New York, wait Lemons, TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
FURS.
trd: o|c two stpamers, three bris and four Communications received from the Assessor inMaster.Columbiari. FEATHERS Otter, lli THE subscribers respectfully inform their be sold on the second Monday in Sep

si'fanoners. Tiifre wer also in port the U. ?, representing the cornpe.isation allowed I Merrvman, 399 tons for Boston,loading GRAIN, Oat11, hush 60 a 65 and the public that* they have taken WILL next, (14th) at the Court.house

S. fnat% Potomac, three sloops of war, them of one per cent as inadequate, and prayinzto -Bucbee Williams& 429 Howard and for New D Wood <& Co. Corn, bush 62 a 65 into partnership Mr. Eumsi V. Roanr.s. door, at Roache's Blufl, in Washington county,
Tu&kina tons, York loading
,
CHARLES ROGERS Co.
an-1 the brig oOlers. The S. arrived from he further remunerated for ae
Pensacol. on tin 10th. making out assessment roll. Read, and on motion I',' Huron. Week, 514 tons, for Liverpool, loading- H.\HIDES Y. Green cwt Ih 100 8 a 12 3.> April 7, 1546. to wit :
of Mr. Guyon, referaed to Finance Com J Day & Co. 11 Charles John Munn. W. Four hundred and eighty acres of land
..nt. Cieighton of the Occana reports, i Dry country, Ib 6 a 7 Rogers Eugene Rogers. lying
mittee. Blanclnrd, Blanchard tons, for Boston. loading l lb in Holme's Valley, levied on as the oft
4
5 property
IRON
11t inc r seen English steamer standing Engiish, a Chas. Rogers & Co.
an : Mr. Guyon r.ffered a resolution -D B Wood & Co and Bujrbee & ,
constituting. Howard. Swedes, lb l 5 1\ 6 t he estate of Jacob A. Blackwell and to be sold
tmner Cruz on the IGih. The Oceana Thos. Orman, W. S. Gnvn and Sam'l W. Spencer -,I Alexander, Leeds, 591 tons fin Havre, loading- hoop, Ib a 8 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the taxes for the vear 1S43.

MiHin company with the 'dlonerVatt a Board of Health for the present year, and'. Master.3anntles Sheet, I lb 8 a 10''. Water street, Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, Iy-
TVitrh. for New Orleans. 'Th- schooner P. Laj'Mdc, Inspcrtor of District Xo. 1 ; J. G.Kuan !, Rogers, 698. tons, fm Liverpool, dis Nail Rods lit 6 a 7tCaslin April 7, 1946. Apalachicola, Fa. ing on Hickroy Hill levied on as the property of

Sanh L-IVIIM, uas adveriiM'd to sail! for Sew Inspector of District Xo. 2 ; P. W. Cullen, Solon: ,ch.Hging-Ia Bucknam, 540 tons, fm Havre, waiting ;. American, Ib -I a 6 : Prints Only--Spring Styles, 1816. Blackstone, and to be scld for the taxes
York on the 17th inst. Inspector of District Xo. 3; and J. F. Pulls Inspector D B \Vond & Co. LUMBERBoardsWhite- for the ,ear 1515.
of District Xo. .. Adopted. Eben Pr ble 536 fm Pine, Ma' LEE &BREWSTER, 41 Cedar-street, beg Also; of land in
[Mobile R( :is'rr ff Journal. > Perkitu tons, Glasgow, Yellow 1\1 7 00 a 1000 to inform Dealers in Dry Good;?, that forty acres lying Holmes'Valley
Mr.Day offered the following resolution D Wood te Co. levied the
: waiting- Staves M on as property of John G. Russ,
Resolved, That the City Clerk be, and h? is Cordova. Lowell, 332: tons, for New York, loading White,Oak 1-leads, 1\1 they have: received d and are now exhibiting at and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1S43.
(From Pensacola Gazette. the Warehouse
t'ic ] exclusively for Printed Calicoes,
hereby instructed, in certifying all bills passed by -Dodge i: Pratt. '; heading, l\t Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek,
Toe; fo'lowiuj is an extract of a letter thi Council, to state that the same are payable BAHQCES.Dae LEAD, Bar, I lb 5 a 6 500 cases, comprising all the NEW SPRING levied! on as the property of A. S. Eryanr and to
( de Origan Robertson fm New waiting STYLES of British French and American Manufacture
York
,
rnnl -
an ofiit-or of the Somers to a geutleiii without interest. Sheet, Ib 10 a 12 be sold for the year 1345.

itt tins city' : Mr. Day moved that the Council proceed to ,\J a,tf"r. LIME, bbl ; which in addition to their usual: stock Also, one hundred and sixty: acres of land, ly
Cumberland Power 402 tons for
Liverpool
21 28 renders their assortment one of the mOt beautiful -
Ontljp l iGth Mr. Dimon was informed by ballot for a City Attorney for one year. Adopted.And loading-J Ddy fc Co. IOr..ASSES. gall a ing in Holmes" Valley, levied on as the propertyof
NAVAL STORES Pitch bbl 200 250 and attractive in the city and
a having JUST
a'fttertrom' Mr. Parrot of the Legation on counting the ballots, A. G. Semines was John Brewer, Sutton 310 tons, for Providence, Oakum, bal S Of:) a 1000 been purchased for CASH AND SHORT; CREDIT, are Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for
1
declared
bat Mr. Slidell had demanded his unanimously elected. loading-E B Ballou. Rosin 1 51) a 2 00 the year 1843.
passports hblj offered by the* piece or package on the same terms -
Mr. Hancock offered the Tiberius. Sears 299 tons fm Providence waiting ,
hunnj tlf"PI"I refused reception as Minister following resolution, Tar, bbl 25Q a 300NAILS. at and below '-prices. JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff;
I which iva adopted : -Master. keg 451) a 500 ranufactur and ex-ofEcio Stile Tax Collector.
although the Mexican Cahinet expressed a, I Resolved, That the Committee on Improvement Euclid, L.ivison) 501 ton, fm tivrpool.loading- OILS, Lineed gal 1 00 a 1 2.3 Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are March 29, 1846. 13-6m
Perfect willingness to treat with a Commissioner .. I and Contracts be instructed to examine Bugbee & Howard and Ls Fred E Dugas. Olive, bottle 50 a 51 placed in the hands of buyers.

on the Texas question. He also I through the ally between High and Live Oak BRtCS.Metamon Sperm, gal 112 a 1 50 fjCj- Purchasers will inform themselves of the Notice.
Wrote that I Gates 195 for New York loading Lard gal state of the market, and be repaid for an examination be sold, under a decree of the Court
Mr. the tons wel
islidell would be in Verain L j st.reetSt for purpose of making'a sewer ; the WILL
in the and wouldIt1tnediatt't distance I is about 050 feet. -Xourse, Stone & Co. Tanners'' goal even if they do purchase.New Chancery, on the FIRST MONDAY in
course of a week, Ca"lor. bottle 1 75 a 2 00 York March 3 APRIL next, in Iront of the Exchdrrtge ,
'LotNo.
Rebecca Fisher, Appleby 222 ton, fm N Yorktw..irinrr IS- 15-ly ,
t1t0, rtiAoifa fliorAfrnni. .. fur... ,..ej i I On otion, the Council then adjourned. PROVISIONS Pork, Mess bW12! 50 a 1300u ) "
----.1 I' '"9I.W tF.l.It. \J'ncrpr 6, Block D2, in the city of Apalachicola,
I U.: S. The i. in readiness _1_ Virginia : ;Talbot 349 fm New York waiting 1\1. O. bbtill 50 a 12 00 A Last Word !
: Mary's was --------- -- ---- ------------- -- tons, a' with the tenement standing thereon, commonly
I for has acccrmnodation when he left. MARRIED, -Master. Prime, bbl 11 00 a 1150 given up my business to Mr. JOHN known as the City Hotel."

Oa the) 18th Com. Conner received a let- In this city on Thursday evening, 9th inst., by Delaware, Borden 214 tons, fin Fall River, wait Bacon" Hams" canvassed, Ib Ib 10 9 a a 94 HAVING, whom I have known for many yearsas Terms-One-third cash, and the balance in

ter from Mr. Black, our Consul, in C. J. Shepard, Esq., Mr JOSEPH C. MORRIS, to Alabama ing-Wm, Allen,T 271 Wood.tons, for Providence, loading Sides, Ib 61 a 1 a good mechanic, I solicit for him the patronage notes of one and two years. Further terms to be

ne appeared to be somewhat lexico'l Miss JCLIA A. ATKINS, all of this place. -T L Mitchell. Shoulders, Ib 5i a 6 of my old customers and the public. I shall made known on the day of !lle.T. .

the cheering intelligenc brought from Eng- ____-.--. .-____.jx,- --z LARD, Ib R a 9 leave this place in eight days, and all persons H. AUSTIN, > Coffim"-
and MEMORANDA. BUTTER, Ib 18 a 25 who are indebted to me would confer an especial C. H. AUSTIN, 5
by the Cambria, which he had just re- Obituary. CHKESF, Ib 8 a 10 "favor immediate All March 20 15-16.
"<*"ed. Captain Sutton, of the bark John Brower, reports by .making payment. unsettled Apalachicola, 13-2t
lIe writes that if this news had Departed this life in this city, Monday morn POTATOES, bbl' 250 a 3 5 accounts will be left in proper hands for
been March 27th Lat 33 20: A Card.
having passed 1846 PEANUTS bush 40
sooner received Mr. Slidcll would have after a 4 collection. W. C. LAWRENCE.N. .
ing the 6th inst., a protracted illness, whichhe :
been the wreck of ship bark of about RICE, undersisned having purchased from Mr.
Long. 70 30, a or c\r 0 a 60
that received, and throws out a suggestion i bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, 400 tons main and mizen mast gone about one SPICES Ccsia. Ib: 2- a 2 B. Don't he afraid of my taking the moneyout THE S. Hawley his entire stock of Drug*,
onr Mission be accepted at the latest Jon JENKINS in the 4Gth of ; Cloves Ib of town-for I owe it all, and more too.
his ,
Paint Oils Glaun
may Captain year age, foot above deck foremast and foretopmast standing 3i a 6 W.'C. Medicines *, Ware, Shop Fur-
moment. Alihhugh Mr. Black's location -j leaving a large and interesting family to deplore ; Ginger root, Jb a April 1, 18J6. L. niture, &c. will continue the business at Wholesale
should with fort'yar hanging by the "slings : everything I ground, lb 11 a 12i
give him many advantages for for.Yfling their irreparable loss. Hlolasses. and Retail, at the old stand corner of Water

accurate opinions, I do not think we ,! Captain JENKINS, was one of the earliest settlersin gone off deck ; Ifatches off; larboard side Nutmegs Pepper Ib Ib 212 Is a a 25 211 TIERCE 205 bob arid 25 hhds. cargo and Chestnut sts,and begs leave to say to his friendi

'have much reason for hoping that his hopes I this place and a pioneer in the navigation of broke ; her name not able to be made out, as it SUGAR N. Orleans, Ib 64 a 74 from Havana, now landing, and former pntrons of the establishment that his
*,11 lbe I under water could plainly read Quebec in for sale by april 11 J. DAY Co. stock is
realized, although almost anything I was : Old crop N. O. Ib 6 a 7 [ ] & complete, embracing every article twnally
our river at a period when great skill and care letters her btern had a female figurehead Loaf Ib 12 kept in Southern Drug Stores and from
be yellow on ; a arrange-
Tel expected from the unstable councils : 1 -Six weeks alter date, I will apply
]II Mexico. Mr. Slidell has certainly de- ":1 were required to overcome its difficulties. He with plaid or gingham painted dress ; fore. SALT, Liverpool Coarser busl sack 10 a 1 7j NOTICE Judge of Probate for the County of merits recently effected,will be regularly suppliedwith
contributed largely in the formation of the early a fresh staple artIcles.Physieiar. .
forecastle with
'n1Dded his fortunate mast varnished ; had topgalant one Cast 18 Franklin, for letters of administration upon the *
cwt
passportsat a moment, STEEL a
trade of this and untiring and 0 0 Planters, Country lerchants and
city by
,
energy
When the new from and the anchor on it : every thing else washed from deck; German, CWI12 15 estate of John Jenkins deceased.
England state 0 a 0 others will find
it to their interest to call and
examine
of strict fidelity which characterized his business
ever B. ELLISON.
1 the togalant forecastle stove and full of water SOAP. Ib
; apparently -
and the
fears of country our more especially intercourse, won the confidence and respect of all had not been in that situation long.S. SPIRITS, Brandy, Cognac, gal 25 a 35 Apalachicola, April, 1946. i! his attended stock and in prices. All orders will be
promptly to
squadron are conspiring to act Gin Holland, gal person by
who knew him. In all the reldtions of life he 15 a .
On! the j> irresolution of Mexico. The people I America gal a TT'OLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Bjjlsam, March 1, 1S46. H. F. ABELL-

or 1 Vera Cruz are awfully frightened and was eminently correct-a devoted husband, an Davenport, Rum, N. gal 37 a 4 J? for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs,.Liver To the Public.

I.riL a* will be the affectionate father, a kind and indulgent master, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION Whiskey, R ct. gal 2 a 2 Complaint, and diseases of the throat and
seen by newspapp.rs. mo- a disposed of entire stock ef
,Ei and a sincere friend. A good man has gone to Alcohol, gal 62i a for sale by HAVING my
ODt of the City. The Mexican Navy MERCHANT SKINS, Bear, 1 5 a 200 lung 11 H. F. ABELL. and Medicines to Mr. H- F. Abel,
been taken IU tow of the steamers, to W his Ion? rest, mourned by our whole community. No. Water-street, Deer, a 9 in retiring from the business, I take occasion to

Place of absolute safety, far up one of the Apalachicola, Fa. SHOT, all sizes, Ib 5 a 6 Clover Seed. return to the public, my triendi and customers

'Sbboring' rivers. The people of Vera II. F. Abell, I a>. Liberal Advances made on consignmentsto I TEA TOBACCO Young, lb lh 12i a I 75 00Souchorig A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover my thanks for the patronage they have bestowed

urn* wish to see the question between us WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I my friends in New Orleans, New York or lb 4 a I 75 Seed, for sale by upon the establishment while under my control;
settled, and baring been DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS Liverpool. April, 1846. TIN, April H. F. ABEL. and I take pleasure in recommending my successorto
attached never very warmly OILS, GLASS, &c., &-c. TWINE Baling Ib J8 them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit
threattD to the revolutionary government Also-A general assortment of Statinery. TJlXCHANGE on New York, for sale by ,, Ib a I 21 '1 BASKETS London Club Champagne ; for him.a continuance of the cU3tom..heretofore

a prennnciaments unless their wish- Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets, J2J! S. DAVENPORT, WTXES, Sine ., gal 1 0 4 a 3 5, I _' U .5 Regalia Segars, for sale by so liberally extended to me. '. V- ".

q ;regarded.. Upon the whole I have April Jl Apalachicola, Ft- April 11. 50 Water .treet! Champagne, doz 10 0 1150 0 April B S. HAWLEY. March 1 B. SHAWLEY., '.. .



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List of Letters New Dry Goods 7Ltiia NotfCttJ.( r l NotfCt( Draffs- --and ,

REMAINING in the Post Office atApiUch- THE SUBSCRIBER having just received and THE subcritconsttntly ltIedJeiae$; .

1st April, 1S46. his splendid stock of NEW DRY AT CHAMBERS MARCH 16,1846. -Six months after date, I will apply bayeoDharl'da4 has. U4

Appling, Maj J B Kinney, Jna OODS, at his store adjoining the Drug Estab- Franklin Circuit Court. NOTICE Hon.. Probate Court of Franklin assortment of DRUGS andCO

Austin, Jas Kelly, Edw ishment! of J. C. Allen: respectfully invites the IN CHANCERY. county, for a final'discharge from the administration CINES which hew

Allen, Jas .Loge, Massanl public to call and examine for themselves. a Alphonse Loubat, of the estate of Atnory Rogers, deceased. and or the best wvranc
.Angers Thos C LeBaron, Chas & Son Among this new'stock, are the following articles, vs. -t :: .**B. T. CARO, Adm'r. Merchants and Planters quality Can

Allen, Capt Geo Mnstard! : G F Capt viz:- George ,V Harrison and Margaret BENJAIN ELLISON, Agent. to their advantage to call, examine mIl &;;J
J.
and
JVdams, JohnBlaisdell Mahoney, Jno Calicoes,beautiful patterns and latest fashions; 4 1816. 14-6m prict
Emma Harrison, his wife, Apalachicola-April, Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.q
Jonath Merrill Nathan Capt Mousline deLaines and Fancy
Capt Ginghams;
Brith, Henry Mustard, Sarah B Amiens a rare and splendid article for.Ladies' David G. Raney and Harriet F. NOTICE.-After six month's publication of FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, fluc N. B. Physician's prescriptions put BD *I
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud are and accuracy at any hour of the or\ul
Baker, Milton S Merrill, Chas Dresses! ; I shall apply to the Judge of and nervous Headache, Constipation, dav *
Burt>S, Esq B McNaughton, Jno Silk and Worsted Shawls; son Alexander McAlpin and Probate, for Franklin county, to be dischargedfrom Diarrahoea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel l, Flatulency J. C. ALLEN
Brainard, Capt W Moore'WraR Ladies' and Gentlemen tine Worsted and Ogden Haggerty, Assignees of Bill to fore- the administration of the estate of OliverC. &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by March 21 Cor. Centre and_Commerce J.

Blult. Chas Mutchahay Jame.13runell.llenry Cotton Hose; Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort- Raymond late of said county, deceased. _Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist. Balsam of JLivenvoitT.....
Bogart and John N.Hawthorn
H Moore Wm L A fine assortment of Domestics of various gage on lotsconstituting BEN. F. NOURSE, most perfect is laid
Tarrant's AKEMEUY
Braley, Jasper W 3 Melvill, Benj S 2 widths and colors; the firm of Bogart Nos. P and March 2S, 1816. Adm'r. de bonis non. Compound Extract of in settled Consumption no1f'
& Hawthorn lit
David Maitland 12 in block Cubebs and ;
Jaconet Swiss and ; Copavia. Complaint, of their
MerrittBrewster Figured Muslins or
Bearae, Oliver L Moody, ; any incipient
David S. Kennedy, HenryLa-' El in the -Know all persons interested, that Stands yopufe.
unrivalled for its
McLean Patrick Cotton Laces Insertings ot NOTICE on the Chrono-Thermal
W ; numerous system, by
Chas patterns;
the
James S. from the date of this a*
Branden rid of notice, I it
verty city Ap- efficacy; performs Doctor TAYLOR'S
Ladies' fine a cure
D Matheney, Win D Caps of all kinds celebrated J
Dunce Timothy ; medicine
,
Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola. will apply to his honor the Judge of Probate for in a few days-no confineG ,
Mora AntsMarkham Children's ditto, ditto BALSAM or LIVERWORT hi
Brown & Duboys ; ,which
the firm of the of Franklin for letters
Branden & of administration
Murray county ment restriction'
or in
; diet
Butts, E P \ Chas M Red, Yellow and White Flannels; pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of trcati ..
.J Crokin & P McWade\ Miller, Jas Gentlemen's and Boys' fine Hats and Caps; Crumby and Dra- upon the estate of Stephen T. Skillman, de- is necessary. It will be now espoused by several eminent phjsici '.

'Carmack Sam'V Mdntosh, Jno Gents. Lamb's.wool Under-shirts and Drawers per, constituting the firm of ceased. SILAS DAVENPORT. found invaluable,being prepared and has been for a long time, the
; ; secret 01
Crumby & Draper ; Wilson Apalachicola, Fa., March 6, 1846. 10-6\v with the greatest c
Churchill, Capt H McDennot, Doherty Silk and Straw Bonnets; unparalleled success which has attended \
and
Willis Mixon WmMcKnew Umbrellas and Parasols Gale, visible possible rare, upon well Taylor's medicine in performing its ;
;
Crowson, partners of the firm of Wilson :-Six months alter date I will apply w
Carmack, Stevens & Z W 2 Beautiful Ribbons; Cord and Tassels; Gale & Co. and James NOTICE Probate Court of Franklin County, tested principles founded cures, which in many, very many case, t '
Baker Newell, Jno Alapacas, &c. &c. &c. Brown. for a final discharge from the administration and upon that important law, been almost incredible, but the conclude:! plw
Niel Francis Together with and well selected I T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, first established by the celebrated the Doctor can bring forward
Cow 1. Little Berry a general that the above named defendants do not reside office of executor of the estate of David Richardson Dr. are irresistible 2
Cavenauh, Wm BCary.Al Orr, Chas H assortment of : deceased. Fordyce, viz: we advise all who may have coughs orolds tiaS
within the State of the
Florida within &
but
) Preble, Joseph 2 Ladies' fine Boots and Shoes; E. t that a combination of aimc even, to use this perfect specific
United States It is WHITMARSH.. i ilar withm
; therefore ordered, that publication remedies would produce a more
certain
Carey, Barney Perkins, RuselV Gentlemen's ditto, ditto; Feb 21,1846. delay.l"Franklin says a small leak williiafc
be made in the Commercial Advertiser, 8-Gm speedy, and considerable effect than '. "
Choat, Dan'l L Palum, Rich'd Boys' ditto, ditto; : any equiva- 'I.'I.l big ship. Therefore, cure your coughs befi
entlemen's once a week, for the space of four months, of the -Six months alter date the under- l lent dose of aty single one.' In many cases the
Caraway, D B Peague, Nathaniel Ready-made Clothing, consisting of NOTICE I your lungs are past cure. For sale by
i institution of said suit, requiring them to appear will to the disease is entirely prevented by its timely I
Crorkitt, Wm Patton, Jno Frock and Box Coats; apply Judge of Probatefor application. J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
and answer ta the said bill of foreclosure For sale
or
on the of Jackson, for final by
Cook, E, USA Pleasant!?, Chas S Fine Sattinett and Cassimere Pantaloons; tfie county a settlementof Apalachicola.
Corbett, Isaac J Powell HClbtV Coarse Cotton and Worsted ditto; before expiration of that time, or said bill the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said _Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.Found CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TATioiBALSAM
will be taken \
Crockett, Ezekiel Peabody, Col Jas D Fine Satin and Worsted Vests. as confessed against them and such county and a discharge from the office of Exec- OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle

Cox, Capt Smith C Pratt, Capt Win 2 And for the Juveniles, a splendid assortment of Court further order given in the premises as to the utrix of the last will and testament of said de- plendid steel plate engraving, to prevent com,

Clerk of Circuit Court Robert, Dan'lRichards Pictorial Books and Toys of all descriptions. may seem meet. ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN: terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any otha

Chadbourne, Sam'l John G Together with various other articles too numerous (A Copy-Teste.WILLIAM) VALLEAU Clerk. December 20, 18J.,. Executrix. vile and dangerous imitations, and the public i.

Davis, J H Rodbiid.WmRichison, to mention; all of which the subscriber offers March 20, 1S16 12-4m -The undersigned having recently cautioned not to purchase or deal in if,ujtM
Decatur, Jas Geo at low prices for CASH only. NOTICE as administrator on the estate of protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.

Dyer, Daniel Robinson, Wm VI N. SEYMOUR. Franklin County. Henry Josey, late of Jackson county deceased, i March 21, 18-16. 12-ly

, Daniel, Elizabeth C Robnson, Wm Apalachicola, Oct. 25, 1845. 3m A.FIRST G. Semmes DISTRICT JUSTICE'S COURT. requests all persons who are indebted to said estate ,. -t,, _,- ....,-., ._. ,, --... ..x / *.-. ,f -..-. ,.,.., Tarraiars-Eirervcscent- Seluti
f
Delant, Martin Rusk! & Co, HRedd Dry Goods. ) t to come forward and make immediate payment f. f t. Aperient.

Dominge, R A Di&LDunham vs. > Attachment. and those to whom said estate is indebted
;
subscribers otTer for RENEWED and
sale and ,
a large seaJ aron B. Marvin. HEALTH an invigonte
James Ryan, Daniel THE ) (
t tL to present their claims within thp time prescribedby
stock of condition of
Dry Goods, consisting in body H.
Daniel, Soborn Raney, Daniel defendant is notified of the institution of L law.
THE ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, by the use of TARRANTS
Daniel, Amariah Rodcrguiz, Felipi part ofNegro foregoing suit by attachment, returnableto Marianna, Nov. 4, 1815. [6rn] Adm'r. SELTZER APERIENT. EFFERVESCENT
Kerseys and Linseys, at Lao -A Sure Cure for
Thomab Setzer, Isaac T 2 t the April term of said Court.A. .
Douglas;
Elliot, B W Snmmerlin, Nadham: White and'Red Flannels, G. SEMMES. NOTICE-The undersigned having recently the Piles. I.I This preparation is universally allowed tofe
the
Foster, David Salter, \ Tnt Plain and Fancy Jeans, March IS, 1840. 12-3m as administrator on the estate of THYSICIANS and Chemists have long been I I I most r popular remedy of the present d"h

Fortune, J R Snow.TMSchlutter i Double twilled Tweeds, Western Circuit of the State of Carey W. Josey, late of Jackson county deceased, Jl anxious to discover a medicine that would I, t the l Liver prevention and cure of Induction, Bihan CCIt

Franklin, P J Jno Super fancy Casameres, requests all persons who are indebted to said estate cure one of the most troublesome diseases, the Complaints, Nervous W aknes ,1Ie-4
Freeman, Capt Benj 2! Summons, F M I Super English and French Cloths, Florida.IN to come forward and make immediate pay Piles. Success hJst last been the result. Dr. ache, Heart:.urn, habitual Costivene ",&.c.
I FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT. i
Traveller"
Francis Ferdinand David \Vhitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs.DufHl ment; and those to whom said estate is indebtedto JACKSON'S PILE KMBROC.VI: : not only stops: and residents in warm climates mj
Fost T,G Sweet Souptr,,Jas L Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs. Henry D. Darden, ] Assumpsit by attachmentPlaintift present their claims witnin the time prescribedby all bleeding, alla\s pain and inflammation:' I find it a desirable article; it prevents any aecii:

Bothen D Suder Jno Tobias Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades, 1 i Sum demanded, law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, dues that intolerable itching, but effectually sUb-I I mutation of bile, is portable, and the method
Gray, v*. j. $11,559; 12.DallielllcDougald I i is
Grantham, Theadore 3 Sands, Capt W Brown Shirt ing and Sheeting, Marianna, Nov. 4, 1815. [6m] Adm'r. like l a charm, and in a very short time, persons: preparation unusually cunvenient. Childr
Bond filed in have
| $24OUO. frequent occasion (
Cotton Osnaburgs for gentle ana
whose lives have been rendered miserable for ccoIiJ
Gardner Norton N S Jas B
arr, Cotton Drilling and Ticking, lr Defendant. J OTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply jears. For sale by J C ALLEN, purgatives; 1 they will take this aperient in pre-
Grantham C StuleRansom
Linen and Cotton Checks, THE defendant and all others interested will I to the Probate Court of Franklin county Sole Agent for Apalachiccla.March feren'-e to any other. Sold wholesale and retailbj
Green Capt D Smith, Capt J notice that this suit was commenced I Nov 5.) J. C.
Irish Linen, Shirinand/; Sheeting, for a final discharge from the administration of 2S, IS 16. ALLEN Druggist, 4c.Drugs .
iJMmvsi
Gerhard, Andrew Stockdale, Thomas Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, l by 3 attachment issued 15th March, 1S45, from the estate Joseph C. Burdsall. _____ u. __. __ ___
Greawon, Capt J Sullivan, P 0 English, French and American Prints, I Franklin Superior Court in the Apalachicola ELLWOOD BURDSALL. ; medicines, Ac.:

Gawl, Fell Sprague,Lorenzo Extra plain and twilled District of the Territory of Florida, returnableto A LA RGB and fresh supply of Drugs, MedK
super Ginghams, Apalachicola, No1,19J5.
Gray, Michael Savage, Win i cines, &c. consisting in part of the follow
Super Cashmere" d'Ecosse, May Term, 1S45, of said Court-that the said ___ __ __ ___ __ _
____ .____ .
\ Mrs u i ing aridt's)0;) doz Ca, Oil h\\
Robt M 7 tnr
Crumby, Stephens ,
Extra super Muslin de Laine, writ hath by operation of law, been transfered! t to I SCARPA'SACOUSTIC qts, pt ", and
Haly, Moses Taylor, Milton State Tax Collector's Sale. pts :5 bxs Houck's Panacea 10 bxs Olive
English, Scotch and American do. Franklin Circuit Court in the Western Circuit of ; ; Oil, j
Hubbard, Capt' Terry, Thos A Super Italian black and figured Silks the State of Florida, that a declaration hath been PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six [ OIL! 40 ke-is Epsom Salts ; 10 bbls Copperas; 10 lb* I

Hopkins Stephen A Tucker, Joel Black Silk Cravats and fancy. Hkfs filed in said cause by leave of the Court at the after date I will expose to sale at THE mr CUKE ,OJDEAFIIESS Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 dnz !

Hall & Moses, Messrs Talman, W H Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, present Fall Term, IS 15, and that the defendantis public outcry, opposite the Court House door, London Mustard. ; Herbs of all kinds: ; 2t) lb.
Hall H in the City of Apalachicola, of Franklin Nutmegs 13 bxs Starch 20 bx.- Lemon
Tay Benj English and American Cotton Hkfs i hereby notified that he is required to appear' county ; ; Syrup.
Hasty, Jno D Tuder, Sarah Madras and Verona head Hkfs and plead to the declaration filed in said case according the following Lots, lying and being; in said City, FOR the cure of DKAF.N-KSS Pains, and the 10 kegs Pearlaih ; 2 gross Seidleft and Sod |]

Haynes, Jno W Verge, Jno C Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents, to law.V.. G. M. DAVIS, as the property of the following persons, for char f's of matter from the Ears. Also, Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel; 20 doz Sptj '

Holmes!, Allen Willard; Capt John Super Marseilles and Worsted Hf-hose, THOMAS H. HAGNER, Taxes due said State for the year 1845, as per all those disagreeable: wise1 like the buzzing of II I Turpentine, and a general: -ortroent of all arti.

Hedge, Milton P Whipple, James K 2 Cotton and Flax Thread, Vestings, Attorneys of Plaintiff. plan of City. _- insects, falling of wafer, whizzing of !steam, &.c. clein the Drug; line, for Country Merchants,

Hart, Capt JnoVilliamson, Garrit Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins Dated Dec. 10, IS 15. 51-3m Lot*. I\Blocks\\ Owners.Tnxts.\ &c., which are symptoms of approaching deafness Planters arid Physicians. For sale by
Hafred, Wm B Wallace Rich'dHoxie Jaconet and Cambric Muslins o. 40 Campbell, S 20 and also generally; attendant with the dis March 1 H. F. ABELL. ",

J B Wade, Samuel L Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c AT CHAMBERS, DEC. 5, 1845. 9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 60 ease. Many persons who have been; deaf for ten, Blank Books and j
Hill, Tobias Wilson, James Franklin Circuit Court Florida. 18 H2 R. McKenzie fifteen' and twenty years: and were obliged to Stationery.
Which 30
Hill Jno W Walker, Jno have been selected with great care in Fall Term. and use ear trumpets, have, after u New York and Boston.from and 7 12 Bi Wm. Mathers assigns 2 95
Importers and
Haines, Jno W Wilson, Jas H Agentsof IN CHANCERY. bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made Foolscap Letter Paper;
4 23 Dr. Meacham 40(
Manufacturers at the lowest :
market rates, andre Cotton Memorandum Book
Hunter, Henry Watts, Capt L L 2 a now offered at wholesale or etail on favorable John Gorrie, On bill to foreclose 1 J H. N. Morris, 80 perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeous highly Ship and River Bill! Lading;
recommended its For bv j
sale
Haley, B Wilson, Chas vs. certain use.
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. mortgage on 4 14 David Seldon, 55; Boooks for Letter Press.
Holly, Miss S B Wood, Jno W Nov.:29, 1S45. 41 Water tref>t. Lewis P. Moseley, and 1 I property. to wit : Lots 6 and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60 J C ALLEX, Sole Agent Blank: Bills of Exchange and Checks
Hartson,'Wm L Wright Eben his wife Ann Mose f No. 9 and 2 in Block 2 22 Chittenden's Estate, 30 March 23 13-lm Apalachicola.. ,
Ju Hodges! Sam K Wil-on{ Sam'l GIBSON & CLAPP, 22 Water street, have ley, formerly Ann 1 No. one, in the City of JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff ------------------- March 1 by H.

June, Daniel L Wall, Francis received perschr Helen, from New Gillespie. J Apalachicola. and ex.Officio State Tax Collector. Cabinet York Shop. I F. ABELL.

Jones, Roberts 3 Waricker Henry A Orleans and offer for sale IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 1S16. 4-6m #.' THE s ub-cnbtT is now in readiness AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 Whirl
Jeter, W A Walker, Jno W 20) gills: Linseed Oil; 200 lbs Putty; that: the above named defendants, Lewis P. I If to manufacture new, or repair old, PAINTS galls: Winter Lamp" Oil SOJgalli l

Jones, Henry Young Philip R 100 Refined Sperm Oil; Moseley and his wife Ann Moseley, formerly Ann BEING about to close their present business, Furniture, with promptnessand despatch Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assortedGLiss; 500(; Ibs Putty -
t :; Persons calling fur any of the above let 50 boxes Glass assorted sizes ; Gillespic, reside beyond the limits of said State, now offer for sale their large and solicits the }patronage! of his old (pay- ; ZOO assorted Paint Brushes Black: Lead,

ters will please say they are advertised. 20 dnz boxes Fancy Toifct Soap ; hut residents of the United States, to wit, the ., and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, ins) customers, and hopes: by strict attention to Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochie, Green Paint,just
JOSEPH S. MAY, P. M. l.r)0> lbs Tremont Starch ; State of Alabama. ft is therefore ordered, That Hats, Caps, &c., at grcatly reduced prices for: orders to gain some new ones.! received and for sale by *

50( kegs No. 1 White i Lead ; the said defendants be required( to appear and answer cash only. PETER HOBART. March 1 H. F. ABELL
Iron, Nails, Ac. 10 Paris Green: 10 do Chrome do; the said Bill of Complaint, on or before the COATS : {cc-: Shop in third story of Brick Building, corner -I

20 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes, 10( Chrome Yellow ; sixth day of April next, or in default thereof, that Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coats; Chestnut ar.d Water sts. Nov S. Per Brig Dlctamora.

100 kegs Nails do. 100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. feb23 !9 t the same be taken as confessed against them. Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do. JUST arrived a beautiful assortment of Genfi

4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities, And it is further ordered, That a copy of this Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do. Tho Clark, *, suitable for the season, among which
20 Blacksmith :Sleet; Faced; Anvils A Card. order be published in the Commercial Advertiser, Tweed cassimere sack and frock do. BOOT AND SHOEMAKER: may be found-

20 English and American Vises, WISHING to close our business in this place,I a newspaper published in the city of Apalachicola Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do. CONTINUES to carry on this bu..iJ1Ianes3 Frer.rh Linen check and Sack Co.s,
20 ** Bellow?, prepared to sell our extensive stock: I for four months successively. PANTS : in Apalachicola, I Iwo doors belowihe Do do do D'Orsay do,

12 dozen Spades and Shovels!, of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at: (Copy-Teste.) Blue and bl'k cloth Pants; : City Hotel on Centre street.Having .- I Union Plaid Linen Hunting and t Frock Coats,

10 Collin's Axes, unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance WILLIAM VALLEAU, Super bl'k doe skin ca!'s. Pants; ; superior workmen, he i* con- I Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pants,
d 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards, Merchants and others visiting this city, will find[ December 13, IS I 15.; 50-4m Clerk.. Plain stripe and fig'd do. do; fident, that all who nuy: patronize him will find Union Plaid **
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saw, i it to their interest to examine our stock before Sattinett and Tweed do. do they have; called at the: ruht shop. French CalfSkin Plain White II

1030 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale hy making their purchases. Franklin Superior Court. Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy;do and Morocco Bor.N, or Shoes, made to order, Kremlin, fancy and striped Cottonad Pants,

WM. G. PORTER &, Co. J. STEVENSON & CO. William Wright: ) ; of the latest fashion and most approved style., White, Linen bosom, and fancy curd Shirt,

Nov 29 41 Water street. Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1816 jan7 3-tf vs. V Attachment for $5000. Plain black satin Vests VESTS : All mending, &.C.. done with neatness and promptitude Super !striped Caulbnck II

Daniel McDougald. ) ; and on tel 01' that cannot fail to be re- Palmleaf, Leghorn, Panama, Florence and Cam ..
Removal. Bagging, ,and Rope. Defendant and other persons interested Fig'd do. do. do; cognised as in keeping with the competition in da Straw Hats,
& CO. have removed their stock o f A GOOD article of THE Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests; trade and the closeness the
MILLER Power Loom Kentucky hereby notified of the institution of the ot times. Super Calf Boots, Brogans and Inw-qnar. Shoes, ,
of Water !, Clothing, &c., from the corner jBagging and good Rope, for sale by above suit, and are required to plead accordingly.GEO. -ALSO- jan 17 3-tit Buckskin, Cloth, Prunella and Goajskm Gan>r ,
and Chestnut streets to'the store on jan31 5 NOURSE, STONE & CO. S. HAWKINS, White linen and muslin: shirts; Leather Pump, Velvet and :Mo Slipper, acd:
Water street, formprly occupied by S. B. Hamil : J. C. SMITH Figured do. do. do. Twenty Dollars Kcivarri. other Goods-all

ton, where they will constantly keep on hand a : Bagging and Rope. Att'ys for, Plaintiff. Merino shirts and drawer; FOR the apprehension: of the boy HENRY, March many :!N cheap.}o''. KOPMAX-

large assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING ][- PCS. Kentucky Bagging! Apalachicola, March 19, 1845. 49-4m! Silk and cotton shirts and drawer; absented himself from this city, on Sat
10 0
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c. &.c. : 100 coils Rope ; 30 pcs He!sians! Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, urday last, without leave. He is about 50 year 4 Spring: Goods.

Oct. 25, ISJ 13.; 43-tf 4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by George S. Hawkins, )1 Attachment, Franklinvg : and Scarfs; old, six feet high, bullet-headed, and (bald on top JUST arrived per brig Metamora

For WM.'G. PORTER &, Co. A. G. Semmes' { Circuit 1 Court, Damages Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton J Hose; of his head, with an ancient cut over the left eye, t Fancy Prints-English andmlrtCID, :
Sale. Nov 2!) 41 Water street. ( $1500. Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and I which, with an impediment in his speech, give I j New style and very superior Ginghams,
20 FIRKINS best Dairy Buttcrbettcrknown -. John T. Smith. j Caps; also, a very large assortment of Boots him, when he attempts to speak, a curious expression China Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses,
as u Latham's Slitter.1' Applv to Bacon. rpHE defendant is hereby notified of the institution and the of Lavater.
Shoes, &c. MILLER & Co. worthy study a The Ladies' Fancy Dresses: in pattern,
Feb 21 NOURSE STONE &. Co. JUST landed, per schr Ashland, from New L of the above suit by attachment; returnable above reward will be Divert for his apprehension b-lOand 12-4 Musquito Lace Netting-doubla

Oil Consignment. a consignment of very superior Cincinnati to the Spring Term, 1816, of said Court, To Printers. and delivery in this place, and all reasonable ex and single.

subscriber has just received from the cured Bacon, in hhds, for sale by at which time he is required to appear and plead.A. L. TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FURNISHING penses paid. JOHN JENKINS. 50' pcs plaid and white corded do do.

THE and publishers a beautiful lot feb-2S 9 C. ROGERS & CO. G. SEMMES, Aty for plfls. WAREHOUSE. Apalachicola._ Jan 17, IS 16. 3-tf Ladies' fancy Sun Shades and Parasols,
Jan. subscribers have --- -
2 1810. TYPE
( 1-tf opened a new
ef Paper Hanging, *, FooI and Letter THE Rich Ivory and Paper Fans, '
Paper, Consignment
rap ;
in the City of New York, where Malta Nankeen Cotton Seed for
I .
Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer 100On New Bedford Sperm Candles, ----- ------------- -- -- -- orders for Figured Muslins, Balzarines and other styles of
they are ready to supply to extent, Sale.
any
Books etc., which he offers very low. I low for Cash, by Goods Cheap for Cash. Goods for Spring Dresses.
any kind of job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases, HAVE a few hundred bushels of Yellow
Feb 7 F. KOPMAN. WM. T. WOOD, subscriber being desirous of disposing ot)t I Ladies' Kid Walking Shoe?. Buskins and GaiterIDo ,
THE Galleys, Brass Rule, Steel Column do. Composing Nankeen Cotton' Seed for sale at two dollars
a'id Tiffc
Nov 23 42 Water street. stock of Winter Goods, which is large black and colored Kid Slippers
For Sale. and beautiful, as an additional inducement to his[ Sticks, Chases, and every article necessary per bushel. This Sped is the growth of seed I Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and Dunstib!
20 BDLS MESS PORK : 20 J bbls No. 1 Garden Seeds. customers that of selling them off at cost and for a Printing Oflice. imported last year from the island of Malta, in I Straw Bonnetts,

Mackerel l ; 20 \ bbls No 2 Mackerel; 10 WARRANTED fresh, just received and for: charges, and as an evidence of gratitude for the The Type, which are cast in new moulds, fiom I the Mediteraneau sea,and were raised and ginned I Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jackoiat
i bbls Fulton Market Beef, for sale by J. C. ALLEN, favors heretofore received from his friends and an entirely new set of matrixes with deep coun on a plantation where no other Cotton grew. !Muslins.

DODGE & PRATT, Jan. 24 Druggist. the public, he now gives them an opportunity of ters, are warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and I The Seed is therefore genuine. Samples of the Besides many other articles which the subscrit
feb2S.9 40 Water street. such will be sold at prices to suit the times. Cotton can be seen at the office of}[essrs. McKay intends to sell low.
getting bargains, as they can seldom meet verv
Bashing; and Rope. Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam & Hartshorne at and which
with in this Merchants Apalachicola, are ofa March 2S. F. KOPMA N
country. from the inferior I- ,
Perfumery.COLOGNE PIECES heavy Clifton Kentucky Bagging Engines of the most approved patterns. quality.
00 superior
would do well to call and
o examine the
Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex- ; 500 coils good Kentucky Rope. stock which is offered above.FRANCIS Composition Rollers cast for Printers.A The Seed can be forwarded by steamboat to Paints, Oils, and Glass
\J tracts, Violeta, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal 1, Also, 150 boxes Tobacco various brands for sale now as Machinist constantly in attendance to repair Apalachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate GIBSON & CLAPP

&c. Soaps, Preston Sails, Otto of Rosen, &-c. by LOCKHART & YOUNG. B. I would those KOPMAN.N. : Presses and do light work. landing. WHOLESALE AND RBT AIL DEALERS D

Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN. Feb 2S, 9 their indebtedness again to call request and settle knowing withoutthe Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three REUBEN. SHORTER, Sr. Paints, Oils Varnishes, Turpentine, Window

up times as much type as their bills amount to, maygive Eufaula, Ala., January 27, 18-16. 5-8w Glass, &c.,
Goods on Consignment. BUDS St. Croix Sugar, necessity of notifying them further. .' ". ". ". ------ "
10 20 do. New Orleans Sugar, to arrive, Feb 7 r.. IT._ me aoove six monins insertion ineir papers Will keep constantly on hand a good 1S S''
SMALL assortment of Goods, consistingoCoffee -- and send their, containing it to the "Sans Souci" Ste a
A 100 sacks: Rio Cof Jee; 50 do Java, papers ment MIXED PAINTS of All! colors, for
Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco, 4 cases Hyson Tea, Boots and Shoes. subscribers. RESTAURAUT, BILLIARD AND READING Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together WA l la

Gunpowder, Brandy. &c.. is offered at New 40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo, BOYS' and Men's Russet Brogans t COCKROFT & OVEREND, 6S Ann st. ROOM: variety articles in the painting line,tOG Jaw

York Invoice price, hy 50> u Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby's,,, sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans, New York, Aug./; 6, 1845. 34-6m Corner Commerce and Centre Streets. merous to mention.
Jan3t 3 NOURSE, STONE & CO. Gents fine Calf Brogans, House and Steam Boat ad:
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap,, ; To Printers. Sign, : Painting.
For Sale. 100 bags Shot ; SOkejs: Powder, I I Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do. TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR- BY R. E. RAIMC-ND. Glazing, done with neatness and despatch *?

BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20. 2000 Ibs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil, Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, WAREHOUSE. moderate prices, far cask.
20' 30 do Tin do 1-3 X, 200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure. Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots, THE subscribers have opened a new Type OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed, 22 Water street,Apalaeh cola.'

50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20, For sale byV.. G. PORTER &. Co. Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots, in the city of New York, where Pickled and in the Shell. Jan. 10, 1845 0

Braziers'and Sheething Copper: Nov 29 41 Water street. A large and extensive assortment,,just received, they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for WELSH RAREBITTS,

Block Tin, Lead, Iron and Tin'd Bivets, and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co. any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink,Paper,Cases, POACHED EGGS, Iron, Nails, &c. .

Buc&t Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron, Molasses.BBLS. Nov 29 41 Water street. Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE, BIRD SUPPERS. : THE subscribers have on hand and for MI/

Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and retail 50 N. O. Molasses, for sale by On Consignment. Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, necessary $3-! Private Supper Rooms. and retail, low for Cash-
by March 7 J. DAY & Co CASKS Rice for a Printing Office. Also second hand HOT LUNCH every day from 11 to 1. 20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assorted Nails,'
OO SUperior now landing from
materials. Families and visitors supplied with Oysters by 50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut,
Nov ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co. 4&\J and for sale
Saddlery for Sale at Cost andChores. brig Tybee, by
the barrel or gallon. March 14 Sheet and Boiler Iron,
The Type which in
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co- are cut imitation of the
Flavouring: Waters. English, letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an Hollow Ware, a general] assortment--
A/N aas3rtznentjut received, and for sale by HAVING on hand an assortment of Saddles,I 50 BALES HAY for sale by entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counters, Lumber. Sugar and Coldren Kettles-,
1. Nov 29 J. C. ALLE.N Druseist. &c. &c I will dispose of them as II I MYERS & MITCHEL.Feb. are warranted to be unsnipassed by any, and will JUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Lura- Cook and Parlor Stores,Sad Irons-

above for cash. 14, 184& 36 Water street. be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000 i Blacksmith's Tools,Hardware i'
RECEIVED per ship Huron, from Havre, a On hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will by us is "hand cast." The types from foundry feet White Pine,assorted from J to2 inch, which I Britannia and Jappand Wares, Brass ADdIl'PiIPFire
French Boots, made: by the eel- be sold for cash. Pork & Beef. can be matched at this establishment.any will be sold low tor the cash, byPETER I Dogs Shovels and Tongs V'

brated Hurter. March 2S P. HOBART. 4 0 BBLS. Me March 1 MILLER & Co. Mess and Prime Beef, for sale by the most approved patterns., also Steam Enginesof No Lumber will be delivered from the yard, Marlm Spun Yarn, Manilla and Hemp CorcJIf-!
Notice. Marc 7 J. DAY & Co. after this date unless for Pitch Oakum Tar Coal Tar BMW.
Bagging and Rope. Composition: Rollers cast for Printers. paid or a written order Anchors, ,
wanted for sundry accounts of long from responsible March Sperm and Linseed Oil
a ,
CASH person. 28 Turpentine
PCS. very heavy Louisville Man & All interested will take Canvassed Hams. COCKROFT & OVEREND, I LeatMf.
persons
450() Paints and Brushes and
,Rigging Pump
Co. Bagging; 300 coils Bale Rope, due notice and govern themselve accordingly, or 3 CASKS Canvassed Hams, for sale by Dec. 13,1845. ly 68 Ann-st., New-York. Congress Spring Water Matts, Pumps and Buckets/ ,

for. tale byMueb7 I will--dun them personally. WOOD & CO, B AGGING-200 rolls, for ale by JUST received per ecbr. LeRoy, and for sale by Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
J. DAY & Co.
March 29 PETER HOBART. March 7 32 Water.st. raarcbU D. B. WOOD & CO. 31 J. C. ALLEN. March\ 14 ROBERTS,"ALLZJf fc CO.*

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