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: .... ... LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTIO', ET NOSTRA PATRIA.


VOLUME IV.]


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itarovfe onai jotfins,


THE HOURS.
The hours are viewless angels
That till go gliding by,
And bear each niinute's record up
To Him who sits ojn high.
And we who walk among them,
As one by one deprtts,
See not lhat they are hovering
For ever round our hearts.
Like summer bees that hover
Around the idle flowers.
They gather every act and thought,
Those viewless angel-hours.
The poison or the nectar
The heart's deep flower cups yield,
A sample still they gather swift,
And leave us in the fiela.
And ioime fly by on pinions ._
Of joyous gold and blue,
And some drag on with drooping wings
Of sorrow's darker hue.
But still they steal the record,
And bear it far awny-
Their mission-flight by day or night
No magic power can stay.
And as we spend each minute
That God to us hath given,
The deeds are known before his ihrone-
The tale is told in Heaven.
These bee-like hours we see not,
INor hear their noiseless wiigs :-
We onl* feel, too oft, when flown,
That ley have left their stings.
So teach me, heavenly Father,
To meet each flying hour,
That a, :hey go ihey )my not show
My heart a poison flower.
So when Death brings its shadows,
The haurs that liager la--t
Shadl bPar my hopes on angel wings
Unfettered bv the part.
S[. rllanuoua,


Br. A. W. Chapman,
Office overthe Dr'ug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Cheslntit street ) Residence at the
hou-we lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2--tf


II. 9. Oweisf
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Nrw'roN, Dale County, Ala.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf


IC tjarl..', ?,o:-rs John Munn. Euene W. Rogers.
C1ias. Vo0 eras & Co.,
COM MISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,
April 7, 14fi. P Annachicola, Fa.
. Davecgyoart,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Waterqtreet,
A paltchicola, Fa.
ri- Liberal Advances mide on con.signment3
to my i.,.i,.Ji in New Orleans, New York or
Liverpool.. April, 00). .
: E5.F. ASbell,
W,-TOT',SI.- A, .ID R^nTAIL,
D kLE'. IN D Zr U MED[C[NE, PAINTS,
O[L3, G'L-kS-, &c., &C.
Al.;o-*\k general as.sortmeent of Statinery.
7 o :C,,r. of Chestnut and Water streets,
A- ,i il A Tl'i ei l'' Fa.
*I. 1 Dardexi,
No. 2 ,Columbus Buildines,

Dec, 20, 1 I-.'.. Apalachicola. Fa.
V*. 1' N.\our-,e, t. i" ,i.,ne, H I.V. l.i
Nvrse, Stlae & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
Snov t .A Malchicola, Fla.
S8e-ivitinaa Salter,
GO.',JM [,S lI0,N MERCHANT,
No. 4.3 Water street-Up stairs,
Dse. 1, 181,5. Apalachicola, Fla.


Jo C; Al ien,
Wholes'ile and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINE.-i, PAI-NTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUS3HES, &c.,&-c.
also,
A general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerct- streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


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


XCHANGE on New York. for sale by
S. DAVENPORT,
April 11. 50 Water street.


JsrEx.ViAH DAY. DAxIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fa.
"- Also, Aqeilts for the ""-;Etna Insurance Co."
'the Protection Insuirance Co.' and the Hart-
Z '.,r.l Insurance Go." Hartford Gonn
Ls. 'redl. E. D a'j:f,
FACTOtR AND COMMISSION
-M F R C H A N P,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Dc 6, IS195. A ),l >hicola, Fa.
Haliiarptet S &Ho3.B,,',
C 0 ,.M,'-J IS S I o N MERCHANTS,
also,
Jlgents. fr the
SUN M'.Ir' I! i L 'IN 3JRAN'CE COMPANY,
of the City of" eto YorkI,
No. 51 Water street,
Nazv 1, 1S1 5.. A-)ilaehicola, F.
w a r J McC~l,1y
',COMVlIISSIO\T MIE ,Cf,4.IT AND I DL-Efi.
IN D:LY G-O,)D3 A>iD Gi.OCEMIES,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
Nov 29 Apalachicolq, Fa.


W.. A. & P. Co Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Nov. 1, 1,1). Apalachicola, Fa.


W :a 0. G Paalier & Co'.
DE.TEi '. IN GOODS A-N'D COMMIISSION
MEfR.OCHF!kVTS..
No. 41 Watet S'teept.
.N.; 29 Apalaohicola, Fa.
Wiall. Vg'. ^VoolS
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Nov 29. Apil-ichicola. Fa.


Nov 22


1 ; :


ALVA WYLIE, WM A. McKE-yziE.
Wylie & McKeaizie,
COM.M[SS'O'N MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1315). .palachicola, Fa.
i'Michiael A-1. ycrsq
S-AOUTIONEER ND COAT1I2SSON
MERCHANT,
No. 36, Water street,
T Nov, 1) 1845. AFlal..c!i-..Fla,


BILLS of the Commercial B,,nk of Macon re-
'ceived at par for Goods at the lowest'cash
prices, by
MAarch.21 B, ELLISON & Co.
-Rope.
rehtI- 4 'WODfor sale by
eJUU rorcbl4* D r, WOOD & CO.


I jtn'une na pitetarg.
i 1. S. Itawley,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Cot. Water and Chestnut streetQ,
April 4 Apalachicola, Fa.
To H. & C. It Austin,
'COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water Street,
Apalachicola,. Fa.


from ihe other side! Surprised and start-
led, lie raised his hand to his forehead, and
from thle sleeve of his coat a stream of half
dollars jingled out upon the floor. The
clerk, dumfounded, looked at the stranger-
ani but a single eye upon one side of his
face graced his before pleasant countenance
He fell backagainst the shelves, andi the
next iu,tant sprang towards Ili4 hat, which
lay near by. on a pile of goods. As he was
about to place his hand upon it, a; grizzly
cat sprang from (le inside, and darted out
of he door. With a single bound he cleared
the counter, and yelled for help at the top
of his lungs!" Upon opening his jaws a
tickling sensation pervaded his inouih, and
with a violent effort to expectorate, he blew
ont some dozen yards of blne ribbon, which
streamed away to;,ards the door, lik'e a
coin modore's peniladt.
"I'll take the whole, when you've done
thai puffing, nmy friend," said the sirauger,
calmly.
-"Take it-take it, and go!" roared the
clerk.
The stranger laid, the money on the
counter, rolled tp his ribbon very quietly
himself, picked up his half dollars, and
walked out.
Did you know ihat customer.?" asked
the propiietor who passed the Stranger on
the threshold.
It's tlie Devil !" roared the clerk.
"16h. no!" replied theother, "that's the
FxiR OF AVA!"
[From Morri'i's National Press ]
THE MAN OF LEISURE.
'You'll please not fIorget to ask the place
for me. .-ir.' said a pale blue eyed boy, as
he brushed the coal of the man of leisure
at his lodigings.
ICertainly tnot.' said Mr. Inklin. 'I shall
be ,-ing that way in a dlay or two.'
Did you ask for the place for me yester-
day '1 said the pale boy, (,n the following
day, with quivering lip, as he performed
tlie same office.
-No,' was the ansWer. 'I was busy, but
I will to-d ay.'
l-eaven help my poor mother,' mrtrmr-
ed the boy, and gaze(I listlessly on the cent
Mr. Ilioin laid in hi, hand.
The boy went home. He ran to the hun-
gry chillreti with a loaf of bread lie Ihd
earned by brushing the gentlemen s coals
at the hotel. They shouted with joy, and
his mother held out her emaciated hand lor
a portion, while a smile flitted across her
face.
'Mother. dear,' said the boy 'Mr. ink-
lin thinks he can get ine the place and I
shall have three meals a day; only tlii k
mother, three meals! and it won't take me
tlnee minutes to run home and shlie them
wilh you.'
The morning came, and ihe pale boy's
voice irpi-,bled with eagerness as he asied
Alr. inklii if he had applied for the place.
Not yet,' said i lie Plan of leisure; 'but
there is liine enough.'
SheCenl Ilhat morning, was wet with tears;.
Another morning arrived.
'It is very thoughtless in the boy to be
so late,' said Mr. lnklin. Not a soul here
to brush my coat.'
The child came at length, his face swol-
len with weeping.
I am sorry to disappoint you,' said flhe
man of leisure, but llie place in Mr. C.'s
store wos taketi p) yesterday.
The boy stopped brushing, and burst
afresh into tears. 'I don't .are, now,' said
lie sobbing, we may as well starve. Moth-
er is dead.'
The matn of leisure was shocked, and he
gave the pale boy a dollar.
Mr. Inklin was taken ill. He said often
iht lie thought religion might be a good
thing, and meant to look inio it. An anx-
iious friend brought a clergymij'i % with him.
i-e spoke tenderly, but seriously, to the
suIfferer, of elcrnal truih.
Call to-moir,ow,' said the man of leisure,
'and we will itlk about these inalters.'
ThIat eight the mIn.. of liesure died.
&' FEL1XA.NIA.
Thef follow ag:miising scene in the dis-
cussion of ilhe River and Harbor Bill ou the
9l1h. is fr'om a B3allimore p;,per:
Mr. Mc'Connell moved to strike out lhe
enacting seclqiun of ilhe bill. He said lhe
was olpposed to ihe contemplated slapendoas
outrageousness of thlis bill. (M~uch h, ughi-
ler.) He was not insinuatiug against lihe
Coimiiitieethati framed lhef Iill; but judg-
ing (rem l~le greal number of alppiicaioiuis
folr Lake Michigan, tong John Wentworth
irusl haive s.soething toIn with it. (Po)int-
ing his forefinger lowaris,\Ir. W.) Appro-
priations had been made Ior Lake Michigan
just as if it ran round tlhe whole world, wlien
il wais not in ir~ulli any loaner than longf
John himself, (roaris of laughter.) Ele (MVr.
M1cC.) would bring in a bill lo give every
free while, ni-am 60 a(cres olf lantt; for we
hInd eniouj~h of il to [ear down the Falls of
Niaga,'a and lift the biggest Hills in this


Coanlry ( I'reiniousshiuts uf hiu.ghter
tlihrufliouht the whole House.)
M1r. Cliapiman then made a few remarks.
Mr. McConnell slated in reply tlhat he
deltsted tlhe cotielliptibe spirit thai would
speak disrespecilftlly of his native Slate.-
He wais in flivor of liis nalivo Stale. If lie
had ihe choice pf lhis hirth he would not
live been born in Ireland, aid raised at
liairness making. He would have been t)le
first son of"Gorze the I11.
Shonild this bill, which lie regarded as an
.iniquitous concern, pass the House, if Jim-my
Polk was half tile man liet look him lo be,
lie would most emphatically, particularly
and especially come the John Tyler over it!
(The members and reporeTs amid audiettce
were conivulsed with laoghier.)
On the next d(ay Mr. NMcConnell asked
liave to offer a bill granting a quarter s6ec-
tion of land to every maid, widow and child
in the Uuited States. The bill was allowed


to be read twice, and then referred to lh'*
Committee of the Whole on the state oftb9
Uuion.
1'tCIDKKqT OP THk AMERICANr RIVOLU-
TiON.--On tle morning of our Nalibnal
birthday, the 4th of July, 1776, when the
Declaration of Independence was made-LL
when the Committee, previonuly appointed
to draft that instrument, made ileir report
through Thomas Jefferson-and 1'y whodt
it was read, the house pa isled-.hesitated1.
That instrument, they saw. cut them off
even from the inercy of Great 1ritain. 'They
ssaw with prophetic vision all the horror, of
a saiguinray war-carnage and desolalioil
passed in swift review before them. They
saw the pros ect of having riveted more
closely nprin iheir already chafed and, bleed-
ing limbs the chains ofslavery. Tihe house
seemed lo waver-sileice, leep aind sotemn
silence. reigned tlionalhont the iall of tie
spaniom3 capitol. Every coutitenance indi-
cared that deep meditation was at work;'and
the solenmn resolutions were calling fordoute
eneraV. At this fearful crisis. When the very
destiny of ihe country seemed lo be suspend-
ed upon lihp action of a moment, the silencm
-the painful silence was broken. An aged
patriarch arose-a venerable and dtately
form, hi- head white with the frost Of tmany,
Years. He cast on the a;slembly a look of
inexpressible interest aWd unconquerable
depirminaiion ; while on his visage his hot
of aup waq lost in ihe burning 'patri6tisnm
that fired his cheek.
Thn re is." said lie "a tide in the affair
of men, a nick (if time. We perceive it
now before us. The noble instrument up-
on yoer table. which insures immortality to
its aut.hor. should be subscribed lhis very
morning by every pen in this house. He
who will not respond to its aecentS and
strain every nerve t,4 carry into effect-its prBf
vi-ions, is linwor-thy *tie n atne df a fie'min.
Although these grey hairs thist de'scedi'io-
to tire sepnlchr. I would inrinitelv rather
they should descend thither by ihe'hand of
the public execntioner, than desert at this
crisis ihe sacred cause of my countryry,'
The patriarch sat down, and folrthwith the
declaration was signed by every member
present. Who was that veneriable patriarch ?
yon ask. J answer, it was John Withthr-
spoon. of N6e. Jersey, whose name irs tob
found amone the sighners of the Declir'alion,
the Magna Charta -or our naiion's indepenil-
enve. YVs, it was John Widisihr~oon,'a
(list ngiLished minister rf ihe Pes.bi'eriah
Ch~urchi a lineal deseendanm of JohhnrKnox,
the great ,coich Reformef.--[Spichiortt
Rev. Si S. Templeton. *
OUR PhESKNqT CoN6Ki~tss. A Waqhinog-
l( b correslondent makes the following amtU-
sing synopsis of the heterogenous cognomefx-
zation of the variot.s members constitutipg.
thot honorable body known as the Congresb
of the United Stattl--the body-representa-
tive of tlie collective wisdom of'our ctommot
country.
In .the present Congress we have one
White man, two Black men. two Brown nreh
and one Oreen nian. one Bright m'aovafl
one Strong man, and one Young marr. Thie
fishes 'are represented by a -S/urgeon;--the
birds of the air by thrce Martins;; the: barni
yard fowls by a Cocke; the horses by a Dob-
bin ; and the vegetables by a Leak a.nd 14
Root. The workinginen's intere'-is are Kep-
resented by a Sawyer, a Baker, and iwo
Millers; the mechanical interests by five
Smiths. one Wright. one Taylor one Web-
ster, (that is to say Weaver;) the retail deal-
ers b) three Chapmen; (lie wood cuttees'by
a Chipmiu. There is a considerable snicq
of royalty in this Assembly, for it boasts of
no less iha n three Kings. Thie Indiaus are
represented by a Yell; thie mariners by A
Seaman and a Bowline; the sports.,'an by ta
Hunter an Archer and a Chase.; the Church
is repieseuited by eai Abbot and a U'6rozier, a
Parish and a Bell; the musicians by a-Harp-
er; the perite noblesse by Gentry; :the med-
ical pi-ofe-sions by TlGombs; theteandleina-
kers by Wick; the l w by Constable, andl a
Baley; lhe almanack makers by a Good-
year; the only river, I believe, ilhat is r'epo
resented is llhe Hudson'; but among (h6
towns there are two Bentons. three Citay lns,
one Dayton, one H-un/ingdon, andtone Buf.
f!.niston, one Cranston, Hampton; Houston,
Pendleton, Maoulton. The hard money inch
are represented hy Sterling and Price; tlhe
meteorologists by ,Starkweather,. i e agri-
cultiuralinlerelsts y'a Fai'rjied and a .Mu~rsh;
ithe foreste,'s tiy la Wfod, a H~iy-iwoo, "a
Woodruff, a Wuodwiard,- a Voodwi~h. and irn
tern:dl impovements by a Wood brdide.
There now Whai republic in thte world
can boast such a Conngress, See-them aill
at work. Why one would thmfktr~eycohld
'cnt, patch, buy. fight, farlil. and wo'ik'up
Oregon all righi, in five minutess:
[ Saturday Evening Post.
FALsEHOOD.--Bet ween aman and 'wife, a
system of coinealmnent, lprevaricatiin and
falsehoond, is n;)t oinly culpable and rw'ck~ed,
btli it inust sooner Or laler lead to, the dfle-


siu'cion of every thing like confidenee-
of all harmony of feelling--of, seem, res-
pect and affection. Alas! fo that condiition
of existence-, whicb is made ,p of daily and
'hourly illustrations 6f deceit -i'nd treachery
-alas for the misernible beings wioe 'are
boulpl togeilier'for life, and vwho, never'he-
less, cannot bare their hearts -to eawlb mother
--cannot lhok into each other's ftaces with
frankness arid confidence,--who, in brief., are
in the practice of' fldsehood. They are in
constant bondage to giilei, and the ga!ley
slave, chained to his oar, mustbe happy in
corniirison Avoid then, as you .wvuld
so'tie deadly poison, every things like Wfse-
hood or deceit towards llhe objects of pur
friendship or affection, "for although tii;de-
ceplion may succeed (or months or evef
years, detection will inevilalJIy'_omp, and
ihe betrayed and iiidignant viciiirwill frd
with jealohs horror upon ihe pas ',d ihe
fatal policy, even if forgiven, ,wt,l,!fv'r
fo.rgottem ,,


WM, SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
W May bp f;,und at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov 9.


O.M ce, Third Stoi' B /.-dtzl-I's Buil.Jihzs, corner of
C'oiiiiir,;u titd Ches-tnut streets.
T TE RMS.
Su,3Jc.iiProv!.--Three Dollars pe" annum' .
0v]inAblv in 3.l.'r'i -If payment is delayed,
.u'-,t, tlh,? end of the subscription year,, IVE DOL-
LARS will be ,d.'m indel.
N'. _ lo-,':i0ii.,r taken for a less term than -ix
.'n ii'i1-r'l R wil! invariably be ch-ar.ged for
1h I|'r'" J N.) p..-r wilt he discontinued until
,':,i ,rr' tr'unle ,ire ).tiJ, inLss a't the option of the
proprielors.
A i/ .: r-ri,:'.ir: ,'.-Oqe s'laire, (twelve lines
-or I I.) ,JI:' `I cjjisl. inserted at the following
rates:'
0 1 v-ar,.....0>1 Oq ie tli, .. 2? SOY
"Si< -aiithei,.......7 0) r.aree weeks,. ...A2 00
Three m-ithi,....-.5 0;) Pwo week ....... 1 50
Two rnmthi. ......4 0J t One insertion... I 00
{_f r A I, r -ii- ,' having th0 number of'in-er-
tion" prescribed by law, are subject to exception
frosti the above rates.
To t hr:,;_ vi-i,, jil"-?rtire by the year a liberal dis-
-ul.-,.it wipi be mida; but all advertisements not
strictly '-rtI i ,i i, to their own business, as
.well 3 I\ t [ *. ii vdrtisa'nents sent in by them,
will b' ,:'.vr;ed at the usual rates.
r1- L-i.-',' nqy b.- addressed to either the edi-
, o .jr proprietors, and must be Posr PAID to insure
at tfreioa.


I. D. BUG3EE:-. HAR*GOVE HOWARD
BitlaIee & Iloward,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
,No. 7, Colu~nbui Block,
Nov. 1, 1SS) AApalachicola, Fa.


J. B. BIOwn,,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL practice in the District Courts of the
United States, and the Stale Courts'of the
Middle, and of Franktin county in the Western
Circuit.
Office in Tallahassee.
January 1.), 1846. 2-3m


Salile c fi'.
WHOLE'ALE-AND RE I'A[L GROCER,
T- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
dec'20 Analachicola, Fla.
Joel W. Perry,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
COAVIISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Dpc 120 Aralachicola, Fa.


REMOVAL.
W. G. .IM. Davis%
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
8j- Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1841).


J. 4. & J. 3,1 Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. APALACHiCOLA, FA.
David G. Hancy4
COMMISSION N .Lc FORWARD DING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.


Ai G. Seinmcs4
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
03- Office, X:o. -2 Capt. Simmon's Bitlding,
cor. ot Centre &, Commerce streets.
nov5 Apala0hicola, Fla.
X. Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga. i
Will attend puectually the Superior Courts
of the counties of Early, Ba'k r and Decatore of
'the Suuth Western, and of the county of Thomas
of the Sonthern Circuit. mavy3


Nov 5 Iv


Apalachicola, Fa.


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


PLAYI'G THE ADVANTAGES
One night, dl'ing l ife late extreme cold
weather. at one of the places known as "cat-
fish hotels,' for which our levee is so cele-
brated, and which are generally frequented
by that cl iss of persons who come under
the heads of "loafers' and wharf-rals'-
there sat 'solitary and alone.' an individual.
whose aze betokened Iliat lie was not ae-
cristomed lo enjoying his own society.-
ihe atmosphere of the bar-room was redo-
lent of the fumesi of" lhat nectar of gf.ogge-
ries, yclept Tom-:ind-Jerry, and the can-
dlie shed a mellow light throph the smoke
that had been caused by the number of
-long nines' which had been consumbed by
former visitors. Oiir frieti, :houelh indif-
ferently well dressed, bore about him that
indescribable air which impresses the ob-
server-with ibe idea if a fellow who would
stoop Ito any low rick to entrap the unwary.
He had been iu the habit fo" so:no lime
bacik, by his 'science.' ofwinning whalev-
er dimes or h:ilf-diines any one could be in-
duced 1o stake. On this niaht, fie had had
no customeis-funds wele low--the night
was wearing away-and he Was about to de-
part, when there entered a long, dangling
looking fellow, with straight flax locks, an
old wool hat set far back on his head, and a
mouth which, though capacious enough,
had, hy accident or ai freak of nature, bevl
placed more on the side of his fa'e lhan in
front. He was dressed in linsey dlyed of a
dirty yellow color, and his 'trowserloons, '
whose lower extremities only reached the
top of his socks, gave him the appearance
of being (tller thaan lie really was, although
he stood full six feel in his slotkinas. Af-
ter warning him elf, he called for some
liquor, in a voice which, coming from his
niose, sounded like llie tones of a toy har-
nonlicon. His whole appearance was that
of *i l green 'un. '
Tlhe Thimlbleriager set him down for a
'soft sn;ip,' and after some conversation,
temnArked.
W ell, stranger, if's cold and dark jut;
suppose we pl;iy some small game to pa.ssl
away the time;' at the simie time fingering
carelessly a dirty pIck of carIs that lay on
!he table nt which lie was sitting. Linsey
replied :
'I c:,ii't say, stranger; I'm :ill the way
from Bullilt, ind I've earn tell you felks
in town are as keen as briars, andl I'm only
a cidihr nag; howsomever, I don't keer if I
do play, purvided I understands all about it
beforehiind.
Thiat's riolil,' says Thimblerig 'Iwe play
fair, with all the advantages in, and if you
beat me, why, well and good, and there's
no more or it.'
I Well; them terms is fair enough, and I
ain't the fellor 10 ravort or in;ke a fuss when
I agrees lo a thing from tlie. start,' says Lin-
sey ; 'Iwhat'll you play ? '
What do1 you saiy 0I 'seven up' at a
dollar a gained replied Thiitihlerig, as his
eyes glisiened with (he certaiitly of making
his expenses.
'A word of the sort's enough, old hoss!
put up your money,' says Linsey, at the
same lime Ilgging at a long leather purse
which lie ha;id in his pocket. Thimblerig
laid down a dollar, which lie had no so10 ner
dune than Linsey cooly put it in his pock-
el, saying., I Well, thai game's done, whl t'll
you play next ?.'
But,' says Thimblerig,' we've not played
for ihe dollar yet !'
'Yes we have; I played the advantages
the first lead, stealing was in, you know.'
Thee gambler was beat at his own gane ;
and not liking thelooksof tfi't bitier-water?
chap, quiietly submitting to his loss.
BANso.
THE FAKIR AGAIN.-A Cincinnati paper
slates thait a stranger stepped into a dry j
goods store on Fourth street, ihe other
eveninlg, and inquired fOr some blue ribbon.
Thie polite clerk ditplayed the article before
the p ri-chaser. \lio concluded to take it.
.As fle. aftendarit leaned over 1o measure
the ribbon, a large loaf of brown broad
dropped from eone side .of his vest tupon the
counter! Somewhat alarmed, hie slarted
back, and a big coeo a-nut fell at .his fee, t


Jolli Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of the
South Western Circuit, and Thomas and
Ste'xvait counties
Aua.,5, 18,45. 31-tf

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


P. global,
MANUF\CTURI;R AND DEALER IN
CABIN. FURNITURE.
[0 No. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
nov16 Ap:lachicola. Fla.


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


Wx. W. S"IMs. Wm. W. CHEEvEr,.
Simss Cheevet,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
(0- OBce, No, 6 Columbus Buildings,
dec14 Apalachic,,la, Fla.


Advances.
T HE undersigned will make liberal advances
on Cotton consigned to his friends in New
.,.YorK, .Boston and Providence.
WM. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.
Advances.
T HE subscribers continue, as heretoore, 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.


coake & Home,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Streel,
New-Orleans.
ANDPENw S. CooKE. Amos HORN.
fAb 8.


__ L _


J1a%. F. VFairrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FOR WARtDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block.
nov9. Apalaehicola, Fla.


Excllange.
T HE subscribers as Agents for the Bank of
Brunswick, are prepared to purchase bills on
New York, Boston, Providence, Philadlphia or
Charleston, and check on New York in sums to
suit purchasers.
Nov 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co.
L UMBER INSPECTOR.--The undersigned
having been appointed In-spector 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 fNSPECTOR.-The undersirned
havino- been appointed Ins-'ector of Lumber
tor lhe County of Franklin, offer.z his services 'to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 2-?, 1S915.


T, J. SA.NFORD. M. M. BUTt.
S'.inftl d & RI 4tt
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 36 Water Street,
dec14 A palachicola, Fla.


Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & CO vINTISS1ON MERCHANTS,
No. 31 Water street.
Dec 13 Apalaehicola, Fa.


Wnm H Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrouigh.
win. I, Ki iabrou'a- i & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
M E R C H A N T S.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola., TFla.
Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. 1, 1845.
T '117110mrias Prl'tl1,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
APALACH-ICOLA, Fa.
Office, No. 45, corner Water arid Chestnut streets,
up 3tairs.-Entrancn on Chestnut street.
Oct. 25, tS45. 6m


Wasiiington Comity.
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
WILL be sold on tne second Monday in Sep-
tember next, (14th) at the Court-house
door, at Roache's Bluff, in Washington county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following pro-
perty, to wit :
Faur 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 hu'ldred and sixty acres of land, ly-
inu on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the pr,,perty of
- Blackqtone, and to be sold for the taxes
for the year 18415.
AI'o, 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.
Al.o, torny acres of land, lyina" 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 eN\- .'i.. State Tax Collector.
March 28, 1846. 13-6m
H1aavana Segars.
0 4 0 BEST Havana Segars, forsale
50,W by Wool) & Co,
April 4 3-2 Water st.


ALmERT DoDE. CHARLES PRATr.
DOAle & Pratt,
SIH[PPIN.I & C'& MArS[ON MERCHANTS,
No. 4.0 Water Street,


-i_?ll):1!-!- Allen & Co.,
MANUFACIFURER3 IN TIN, IRON, COPPER,
BRASS, &c.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
Hardware, Stove., Britannia and Japaned Wares,
Iron, Steel, Nilt, Spikes, Grate Bars,
Sug,ir Kettles and Mills, and other
C.,siings; Shiip Chandlery, &c.
Oct. 25, 1845. APALACHICOLA, Fa
WILLIAM DTCXKKY. J "'. HAmmOiA&.
Dickey & Iasam anld,
SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS,
32 Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa.
October 18, 1S, t5 4-2it


ApalachIicola, Fa.


BicK'iy & HslrtsllVorile,
O '0I M M[I S " [ 0 N MERCHANTS,
A|40 Water street,
Nov. 1, 19 "-1 Aoalachi,-ola, Florida.
D. 1B.Wood l& Coo,
'`GENERAL C,), Ji',';[.ON MERCHANTS,
No. 23 Water street.
Nov. 1, 1943. Apatchicola, Fla.


Jrrl) L t. Mitcliel
R E; IC LI I )DING, AND
CO2VIIIS 'IO M MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,
"N v. :1,'i1s A')alachicola, Fla.
llyen' A: .iilehle.
COMMISSIOfN MERC ANTS,
No. 36 Water-street,


IH. E, y. 1'5i7,j,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
seot,2 ly A nalachicola.


Per Octavia from a New Orleans.
ECEIVED as above a choice seleclion of
Family Groceries and Provisions; also, a
fre-h supply of Spring and Summer Clothing,
Inad'e up in the latest style for sale by
GIBSON & CLAPP,
,March 21 22 Water street.


elleauy ludlgies,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
22 Water street APALACHICOLA,'Pa.
)[1 R. WOOD. 0 P. W. CU LLEN.
WVood & 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 Saturdlay.


Nov 15.


ApalachiCola,.Fa.


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APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1846.


[NUMBER 16.


C0,MM-IERCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED E-V'EkR ATURDAY Y
BoswoI< &. WYMIA .







WIN I


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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1846.
The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
lnents:- '
MESSRS. MASON & TUTTLE, 38 William Street,
New York.
DAVID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans.
%WM. AV. CHKrVVF, Esq., Albany, Ga.
JAMES 11. WVILSON, Esq., Fort Gaines, Ga.
Major JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula, Ala.


The following is the paper to which re-
ference was made in the President's special
message, as having been transmitted from the
War Department to the Military Commit-
tee of the U. S. Senate:
DOCUMENT
In relation to the expediency of increasing the
.Military Defences o" the Country.
WAR DEPARrTMENT,
Dec. 29, 1845. S
SIR--I herewith return to you the reso-
lution which you sent to me on the 23d
inst. The recommendations in my report
to the President of the 29th ultimo have
reference to a permanent peace establish-
ment. Under any circumstances, I am
convinced that our seacoast and northern
frontier should have a larger foice stationed
on them than they now have, or the depart-
ment can now place there by any proper
disposition it can make of the regular army
at this time. The number of troops now in
Texas, cannot, under present circumstances,
be lessened. There ought not to be less, in-
deed I think there should be more troops
on theIndian frontier. Should the sugges-
tion in the report, to increase the rank and
file of companies to sixty-eight or eighty-
four privates, be approved by Congress and
carried out, there would' be a disposable
regular force for the forts and fortifications
: on the sea-board and northern and western
frontiers; but this force would not furnish
adequate ganisons in case of an apprehen-
ded attack. Besides, itwould require some
months to raise the men, in the old regi-
ments, and get them in position. Should
,this suggestion meet with favor. I still think
that authority should be given to the Presi-
dent to accept the services of volunteer
companies, squadrons, battalions, regiments
and State troops, for a term not exceeding
one year. Our situation may be such that,
for the mere purpose of defence, these vol-
unteer troops or militia, to the number of
fifty thousand, may be needed. UnJerthe
direction of the Executive, the number ac-
tually received would be regulated by cir-
cumstances. The present fortifications on
the seaboard, as well as temporary defenses,
which must be resorted to in case of threat-
ened hostilities, must be garrisoned ; and
the number I have mentioned, in addition
to our regular force, unless it was greatly
increased, would certainly not be more than
sufficient to put the country in a reasonable
state of security in case of a war with Great
Britain. On the northern frontier, where
there are now stationed only about four
hundred and eighty men, provision should
be made for placing, on the shortest notice,
:a force equal to that in Canada, which
could be brought to assail that frontier if
hostilities from that quarter should be rea-
sonabllv apprehended. There is at this time
about seven thousand regular British troops
in that province. 1 shouh] prefer, in case
,-It was necessary to call in the aid of the mi-
ilia for the defeuce of the country, to ob-
-taining the troops required by the accep-
tance of volunteers, rather than by the
present mode of making a requisition on the
executives of the States, and leaving it to
them to raise the number required by
draughts, &c., though it is probable that
in the most instances the number required
)y the latter mode would be volunteers.
Volunteers would be likely to do more ef-
fective service when first called out, than
draughted militiamen. I would respectful-
ly refer you to the acts of Congress on this
subject. [See vol. 9, U. S. Laws, chap.
470, session of 1836; chip. 1219, session
1839.] .
In relation to raising additional regiments,
"I refer you to my views as expre sed in my
report to the President, and by him sent to
Congress.
In reference to.the peace establishment, I
would recommend two new regiments, if
the suggestion to increase the rank and file
of the present companies should not be f,-
" vorably received. In the present aspect of
Cur foreign affairs, this mode of augment-
ng the regular force of the country conm-
mends itself to my judgment. These regi-
,:.meats, should they be raised, are to be in
addition lo the troops proposed to be raised
to garrison the chain of posts to the Rocky
Mountains.
With this communication I send to you
a statement from the general commanding
the army, containing his views of the num-
ber of troops required to man tih fortifica-
tions, &c.
With a view to give you full and authen-
tic information in regard to the several mat-
ters embraced in the resolution which you
send to me, I have required statements from
the Engineer and Ordinance bureaus, and
herewith transmit them to you. It is, in
my opinion, important thait the information,
in all its details, as set forth in these docu-
ments should not be made public. I trust
the committee will concur in the propriety
of this suggestion.
I forbear to reiterate the suggestions in
the report of the Chief Engineer, in regard


to the fortifications, temporary defences,
&c., but commend them to the favorable
consideration of the committee. The ap-
propriations which he suggests are large,
but not more so than the safety of the coun-
try requires in the contingencies he con-
templates. The increased expenditure upon
permanent works is an outlay that must be
made in" tthe course of a very few years,
and, in my judgment, sound policy indi-
cates (hat it should be in the power of the
government to expend immediately, what,
- under other circumstances, might be allot-
ted to such objects for two or three years.
It will be recollected that the costs of the
permanent works will not be increased by
accelerating the completion of them. The
same remarks are also applicable to the ex-
penditures for armaments, ordnance stores,
&c. But if it should be deemed inexpe-
dient by the committee to present to Con-
gress, at this time, the large appropriations
suggested in the reports of the Chief Engi-
neer and the officer at the head of the ordi-
nance bureau, or if there would be likely to
be a considerable delay in getting a bill,
making such appropriations, through Con-
gress, I would respectfully recommend that
the appropriations for fortifications and for
,rmaments and munitions of war, asked fot
in the estimates already submitted from this
department, should be granted without de-
lay, and that the restriction which confines
tie expenditure of them to the fiscal year
should be so far removed as to allow a resort
to them at once.
It is considered important that the work
orn forts aad foiaficatioua should be prose.


We take the following account of a mail
robbery, and the circumstances that led to
its discovery from the Montgomery Journal:
MAIL ROBBERY.-On Tuesday ot last
week a person fishing near the landing of
this place,,hooked up a handkerchief con-
taining several bundles of open letters of
late date. In the handkerchief were also
some weights for the purpose of sinking it.
This excited suspicion, and the letters were
examined at the Post Office and it was dis-
covered that they were from the Tuscaloosa
Mail of the 72th ult., which bad been open-
ed on its passage by some one having in
possession a key of the Brass Lock"
Mail.
The rascal must (as appears from the let-
ters) have secured at least $12,000. The
discovery of the sunken documents was the
first intimation of the robbery to the Depart-
ment. We understand that several of the
" Brass Locks" are missing on the route to
Mobile, supposed to be taken for the pur-
pose of discovering their mechanism and
fitting keys.


tion and exposition of them in detail will occupy
a good deal of time and attention, which the
writer intends to give, at iutervalq, as his leisure
admits, or as his inclination,or the interest which
opposition may excite impels him. At present
he will endeavor to call public attention to what
appears to him, from reflecting on the spirit of
the charter, an usurpation, or, at least, an as-
sumption of executive powers on the part of the
legislative portion of our government. As a
corollary, an enumeration of some of the evils

flowing from this assumption must follow.
It is scarcely necessary to mention, in this
republican age, that the union of legislative and
executive functions in one and the same body, is
characteristic of despotism and corruption, and a
monstrous feature in any government. The expe-
rience and history of the world unite in proclaim-
ing that it is a principle subversive of individual
happiness, and pregnant with positive and unqual-
ified mischief to the Ibdy politic. Whether it
prevails in a great monarchy or a village corpora-
tion, the principle is equally operative for evil;.
and, therefore, if it really exists in our city gov-
ernment it ought to be looked upon with deep,
disapprobation.
In a late number (13) of the Commercial Ad-
vertiser you say "the office of Councilman," of
our city, is not one of profit, when we use the
term as connected with dollars and cents." In
this opinion you are mistaken. It is true that the
members of the City Council are not regularly
hired and paid functionaries; but as there are
more ways of killing a cat, &c., so the office of
Councilman may be made to assimilate with
money by other means than daily or quarterly
pay. Under the operation of the principle above
mentioned, members of the City Cou ctil deter-
mine legislatively how the city reve ue is to be
expended-what improvements &eJare to be
made-executively they make the contract, or
employ the workmen, in many instances take the
contract themselves, or are interested in it, exec-
utively determine whether their own work is pro-
perly done, and direct payment to themselves out
of the city treasury. Legislatively they create a
salaried office, perhaps one not authorized by the
charter, executively they appoint one of their
own members to fill it. In their legislative capa-
city they determine that they must have a hall,
or chamber, in which to hold their sittings, and
that it must be fitted up with all legislative appur-
tenances; executively they contract with a fellow
member for the execution of the work, and, when
done, executively approve and pay for it. The
grand Signior in his legislative capacity deter-
mines that the dignity of his office, or what is the,
same thing, his personal comfort, requires an addi-
tion of a hundred odaliques to his domestic estab-
lishment; in the discharge of his executive func-
tions he examines and approves, and out of the
public treasury pays for them, and admiring mil-
lions applaud the taste, wisdom, perhaps the
moderation of the act. Between these illustra-
tive specimens of the union of legislative and
executive functions in one body there is not a
particle of difference in principle. That the
union may be made subservient to profit can be
readily conceived; and, indeed, there can be no
doubt that thousands of dollars of the people's
money have been expended, with profit.to mem-
bers of the Council as one of its objects, since
the organization of the city government under the
present charter. Public dissatisfaction has deter-
mined that much ot this money has been useless-
ly or extravagantly expended; but if it had been,
in all instances, judiciously and economically
applied, would the course of proceedings under
which the expenditure was authorised be ..isely
legislative? The transactions, to the parties in-
terested, may be perfectly fair on business princi-
ples; but are they not of a character which a
purely honorable mind ought, if possible,' to
avoid ? Do they not show, contrary to your opin-
ion, that public approbation is not, in all instan-
ces, deemed a sufficient reward for watching over
the interest's of the city !
That the allegation implied is not a random
one, but is substantiated by the reg..r and con-
stant practice of our Councilmen 'may be seen by
every glance at the city accounts, and is promi-
nently exemplified in tle report of the proceed-
ings of the City Council, published in the very
number of the Commercial Advertiser in which
yon say tie office, of Councilman is not one of
profit." It is there stated that-the account of a
Councilman, for drayage, amounting to $.'10. was
presented ; and that another bill of a firm, having
as one of its partners a member of the city go-
vernment, for $31 '73 wa passed and allowed.
And in the very next report of their proceedings,
that in the 15th No- of the Commercial Adver-
tiser, it appears there was paid out of the City
Treasury, to members of the City Council, and
to firms in which members are interested, the,
following amounts, viz :--


To a Councilman, in city due bills,-for
interest ........................... .$280 00
To a Councilman for drayage ........... 99 25
To a Councilman for provisions ......... 17 76,
To a Councilman as Hospital Physician.. 37 50;
And the account of a Councilman was pre-
sented and referred for .............. 87 35.

$521 86
This amount is small cot fed-with the sums-
which, in former periods have been paid to-
members of the City Councihi and to parties with
whom members were interested; and is copied
merely to illustrate, conveniently, how the unionB
of executive and legislative duties, in that body,,
may be made subservient bysome of its memberss,
to the acquisition of moiey. It is sufficient,_
however, to show that large sums. of money have-
been received by members of the City Councilt
contrary to the spirit, and, so far as the writer-,
can perceive, not in accordance with the Iletter*of.'
the city charter. Andoit authorises the inference
that there has beenmcorruption and abuse of duties;
in that body, that the interests of the city have
been sacrificed, and the tax payer excessively
burthened without the palliation that the money
has been distributed for the benefit of the many.,
TAXATUS.

NoRTH CAR.OLINA.-The democrats of-
this State have two candidates in the field
for Governor-W. F. Leake and James B.
Shepard, Esqs. The whigs have Wiiani. m,
A..Graham, the present incumbent.,


climax-and an unaffected, irresistible roar
of laughter broke from the crowd who had
collected to hear his last appeal. The
snake man stood aghast, the very picture of
utter amazement and wonder; but verdant
as he was, a ray of light broke in upon him,
and he began to understand that he had
been most completely taken in. If any
doubts still lingered around his obtuse intel-
lect, they were effectually removed by the
remarks of the crowd.
"Well," said he, after pausing awhile as
if to bring his mind to a focus upon the ex-
tent of his wrongs-," Well! its a d-n mean
trick, any how, to serve a feller. Here I've
had three niggers two days a-ketehin' snaix,
takin' a site of pains to get 'em without a
bruise or a scratch-run the risk of bein'
bit by the blasted, pizen things-paid three
dollars to come down on the d-d old boat,
deck passage, at that, and the danger of
busting' up thrown in-paid thirty-seven-and
-a-half cents freight on the barrel-lost three
days' work myself, and wore my legsa'most
off a-trampin' over your ister shells and
sand-got your rasty fleas all over me a-
bitin'-and haint sold nary snaik! It's a
low life trick, any way you can fix it, and
that's what a feller gits by havin' any deal-
in's with your steamboat clerks and your
town people-the outlienist sef in all crea-
tion! I'll chop every snaix head off, and
take 'em back home, for they shouldn't
crawl in no such a dod rotted place as this
is!" And the green 'un' was downright sav-
age. To appease his wrath, however, "the
boys" treated to the best the town afforded ;
made up a subscription to pay his passage
back home, in the cabin ; and promised nev-
er to buy a snake from any body but him,
because he produced the real pizen breed.
Having put his threat of beheading the
serpents into execution, he left our city on
return of boat, with his barrel of dead vipers,
in a much better humor than could have
been expected, declaring ; however, most
roundly to tbe last, that he'd never believe
a d-d steamboat clerk aging as long as he
lived, and that he had made his first and
last trip to Apalachicola."

[For the Commercial Advertiser.
MR. EDITOR :
The subject of our Municipal G)vernment is
one of profound and peculiar importance, involv-
ing as it does the interests and welfare of every
individual in this community, whatever may be
his politics or condition in life. Its op-ration
when for good, commands the approbation of us
all; and when for evil, demands for its remedy
the best reflections of all who feel an interest in
the character and general prosperity of our city
In its direct action upon the happiness and pros-
perity of individuals, it is of far more consequence
than the State or General Government. This
being the fact, it possesses a local interest author-
ising a free discussion of the best mode of attain.
ing its great objects, whenever individuals, com-
petent to the task, deem it necessary ; and in the
most effectual channel of communication with
the public. I trust to be able so to direct atten-
tion to the subject that the former will naturally
spring up as a consequence ; and the latter object
can be obtained through the columns of your
paper.
It is well known to most of your readers, that
the people of this city complain, with aa unanim-
ity only surpassed by its propriety, of the great
and manifold evils incident to their municipal
government. This complaint is not new. It has
existed ever since the establishment of the pre-
sent charter, and under the conduct and manage-
ment of every successive government, whether
composed of whigs or democrats-both parties
having given a common if not an equal occasion
for it. It extends to both branches of the govern-
ment: to the executive, for extravagance in its
administration-to the legislative, for the corrup-
tions and abuses practiced by members of Coun-
cil themselves, in the trivial improvements under-
taken ostensibly for the public good. But numer-
ous as are the sources of this complaint they may
be all comprised under the general charge of an
excessive taxation in comparison with the inade-
quate return of the great objects of all govern-
ment-protection of person and property.
In making the above sweeping charges, neither
the public nor the writer means to say, that all
our Mayors have been avoidably extravagant, or
that all our members of Council have been guilty
of corruption and abuse--indeed, he knows that


there have been many honorable exceptions.
But as the evils arise out of the form and construc-
tion of the charter-are inherent in and insepara-
ble from its nature; so the exceptions to impro-
per action under it result from the virtues of
individuals, and are in opposition to the character
and tendencies of the government. Hence, as
the sense of right must be derived from the pow-
er commanding it, it would be requiring too much
from poor human nature, to expect it to rise
superior to the temptations which it sanctions;
and, therefore, no fault is to be found with the
incumbents of office, nor no salutary change can
reasonably be expected from a mere change of
men. The root of the evil extends beyond the
individuals who are called upon to act under the
provisions of the charter; it is attached to and
inseparably bound up with the system. The
charter, like a fish that stinks only at the head,
bears a general though concealed corruption, and
like it must be thrown away; and if we cannot do
without a municipal tyranny of one kind or ano-
ther, we must substitute an instrument free from
its offensive properties.
But though fixed in the nature of the charter
the intrinsic causes of the evils and abuses, under
which our citizens have so long suffered, do not
appear to be well understood by them. If it had
been otherwise, no one can reasonably doubt that
they would have been, long ere this, eradicated,.
and the people freed from the consequences which,
legitimately and necessarily flow therefrom. It
is necessary to direct their attention to and give
some explanation of these causes. The examina-


cuted with vigor, and at the earliest practi-
cable period; and that the department should
know what means it can command in the
course of a few months, that it may forth-
with make preparatory arrangements for
using them. It is equally important that it
should be at once apprised of the means
which will be placed at its disposal for the
armament,-ordnance stores, &c. now want-
ing to make up a full supply. Considerable
time is required to fabricate heavy ordnance,
&c., and the preparations cannot be safely
made in anticipation of the necessary ap-
propriations. Some of the materials require
to be provided several years before they are
in the best condition for use. The esti-
mates for fortifications, &c., already made,
have exclusive reference to permanent works,
some of them not begun, and others in no
state of forwardness. With all practicable
despatch, it will require more than a year
to complete them. Should the points they
are designed to cover and protect be threat-
ened, the defence of them will depend on
temporary works, and these will require
considerable expense. For these, no esti-
moate'has been submitted. The precise char-
acter of these temporary defences cannot be
designated; nor can it be Dow determined
where they will be wanted. I would re-
commend that a considerable sum for these
pposes should be placed at the discretion
of theExe,'utive. If not needed, it would
not be used. In my opinion, two or three
hundred thousand dollars might. properly
be appropriated for those objects. In case
of war, or threatened attack, a much larger
sum would be necessary.
Very respectfully, yourob't srrvt,
W. L. MARCY, Secretary of War.
tlon. THOMAS H. BENTON,
Chairman Committeebn Military Affairs, Senate.

[From the New-York True Sun, April 9.]
LATER FROM EUROPE.
By the arrival yesterday of the packet
ship Northumberland from London 9th ult.
; we have advices from the British capital
three days later than previously received.
The intelligence will be found interesting,
and adds to the anxiety for the news of
which the Unicorn will be the bearer.
" The British government were preparing
t to send out air,.e reinforcements to India.
The unyielding character, of the intelli-
gence received from Washington via New
York is referred to by most of the Paris
journals. Some of them calculate on hos-
t utilities between England and the United
States. Others-La Press, for instance-
r "think that, after all, there will be no war."
But the general feeling was one of appre-
hension.
The passage of the "notice" resolution
f in the House of Representatives created
much excitement in England, and is the
subject of a long article in the Times.
4 The dock and navy yards in England
were most busily engaged in fitting out ves-
sels of war.
On the 5th, the English government was
left in a minority in the Commons. Minis-
ters resisted a motion for inquiry into the
circumstances under which the Poor Law
Commissioners had called on Mr. Parker
to resign his office as an Assistant Commis-
sioner. after the inquiry that he conducted
into certain abuses in the Andover Union
workhouse. On this point the Cabinet were
out-voted by a majority of 23!
The London Times' money market arti-
cle of the 6th, evening, says-
"The market for English securities was de-
pressed this afternoon. In the morning an ap-
pearance of weakness became evinent, but it was
more severe towards the close of business, a
rumor then being current that a message from the
Queen would be received by the House of Com-
mons to-night on the subject of America. Con-
sols fell on the whole about one half per cents.
the last quotation being for money 951 to -; and
for the account, 951 to I.- After the regular
hours of business bargaining were even conclu-
ded at lower prices than those already quoted.
Bank stock left off'20S- to 209.; three per cent;
reduced, 977; to 98; three and a quarter per cents,
961 to 7; long annuities 10-1; Indian bonds, 40s to
42s prm; South Sea new annuities 941; and Ex-
chequer bills 32s to 35s prin.

LATrE~r FoM KINGSTON, JA.--The brig
C. Hatfield, Caplain Thompson, which ar-
rived yesterday from Kingston, Ja. reports
the brig Othello,, from Curacoa, bound to
New York, as having touched at Kingston on
the 21st ult., with a Circus company) on
board].
The schooner James Bertine, Johnso,,
fr'om New "York, bound to St. Andrews via
Jamaica, arrived at Kingston on the 20lh
ult. She had experienced very heavy
weather and was compelled to discharge her
cargo. Upon examination she was con-
demned and sohldon the 23d. The British
brig Mercator had also been condemned,
and was sohld on the 19ih ;and brought $700.
The sloop Pysche, Captain McCartney,
arrived at Kingston on the 17th from Aux-
Ciiyes, and stated that Jean Baptiste Aiche
had been elected Presiden~t of Hayti. The
Kingston Journal, of the 18th ult., says
tbat it had received a proclamation issued


by the new President, which it would en-
deavor to Jay before their readers as soon as
possible.-[N. 0. Picayune.

APPOINTMENT BY THE PRESIDENT, By
and with the advice and consent of the Sen-
ate.-Richard J. McCulloh to be melter and
refiner of the Mint of the United States at
Philadelphia, vice Jonas R. McClintock,
resigned.
John Al. McCalla, of Kentucky, Second
Auditor of the Treasury, vice William B.
Lewis, removed.
John R. Macmurdo. of Louisiana, Trea-
surer of the Branch Mint of the United
States at New Orleans, vice Horace C.
Cammack, removed.
Felix Grundy Mayson, to be second lieu-
tenant in the marine corps, from the 14th
of November last, vice Lt. Robert D. Tay-
lor, deceased,
Reuben Burdine, of Washington, and
Henry Reaver, of Georgetown, to be Jus-
tice of the Peace.
We are requested by the venerable mother
of the lamented John Hampden Pleasants,
Esq., a lady venerable as well for her virtues
as her age, to acknowledge the receipt of
a letter, containing a sum of money, from
an intimate friend of her lamented son, "who
enjoyed his confidence and shared his bed
in early life." In her own words-"The
mother has no words to express the gratitude
that overflows her heart, for the daily testi-
monies of regard, she 'receives, because of
her near connexion with that son."
[Richmond Republican.


city charter and the bodies corporate who
have acted under it, will no doubt find
defenders. If so, our readers may be edified,
amused, and, probably, some of them bene-
fitted. We hope that the glove which has
been so gallantly and courteously thrown
down by TAXATUS," may be at once taken
up by some "knight of the gray goose
quill," and that we shall have an argumen-
tative war, conducted upon high-toned and
honorable principles, in which our little
twenty-four shall serve as the weapon both
of attack and defence.

"DON'T YOU WANT TO BUT SOME SNAIX ? "
A short time since as one of our steamboats
was wending her way to the head of naviga-
tion, she 'brought up' at an 'intermediate
port' between this place and the junction of
the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers, for the
purpose of 'wooding' or landing freight.
As soon as she had touched the bank, bow
line' made fast and plank out, she was
boarded by one of those not very rare speci-
mens of humanity, a full grown, live 'hoos-
ier,' bearing all the outward marks and
brands which designate the 'green horn'
genus. Only waiting till the noise made by
blowing off steam had ceased, with his hat
drawn down on his eyes and his arms firmly
buried to the elbows in his 'trowserloons'
pockets, he marched resolutely up to the
clerk of the boat, and in a loud, uncultivated
tone inquired, "if he didn't want to buy a
young rattle snaik? The clerk, like most
of the boys' on our steamboats, being par-
ticularly fond of a joke, and knowing his
man,' immediately conceived a plan by which
some fun might be had in these dull and
unpropitious times of scarce freights and
low prices. Assuming an air 'as serious as
a Judge,' he propounded to the snake man
many questions as to the size, age, color and
order of his reptile, gravely remarking, after
all his interrogatories.had been answered
satisfactorily, that "he was not just then
in the snake market-himself, but there was
a commercial house in Apalachicola who
were loading a ship for Liverpool, and that
part of the cargo was to consist of a rare
collection of beasts, birds, and reptiles; that
every thing curious was in great demand,
and snakes, if they were the real pizen,
would readily bring from fifteen to twenty
dollars a head." The hoosier.' elated with
the thought of what a handsome sum be
could make, thanked the clerk profoundly
for his information, and immediately set out
for home, where he ordered all hands to
drop every thing else and go to ketching
snakes. By the time the next boat passed
that way bound for this port, he had suc-
ceeded in capturing, alive and unharmed,
a barrel of the most poisonous serpents,
embracing every variety and hue thatcrawled
in his 'diggins;' the adder, the moccasin,
the rattle snake, &c. &c., of all ages and
sizes. Having them placed on board the
boat, regularly "shipped in good order and
well conditioned, marked and numbered as
in the margin, and to be delivered at the
port of Apalachicola, to Messrs. B. & H,."
(as per direction of the clerk aforesaid,) he
paid his passage and took them in his own
care, to make their delivery doubly certain.
As soon as he had arrived here, his first in-
quiry was for the location of the above firm,
having found which, he presented himself
with all the dignity of a man engaged in le-
gitimate trade, stated the information he had
received from thie steamboat clerk, and de-
sired that his snakes should be put at once
upon the market. Understanding the hoax
at once, and determining not (o spoil the
fun, Messrs. B. & H. regretted that they
had just filled their last order for snakes,
but had no doubt they would meet with
ready sale, as there were several houses in
the trade," and he was directed to one of
these. By this time the news became gen-
eral, and every body knew that there was
a snake vender in (own, and all had a dispo-
sition to 'humor the joke.' R~eading the
signs along as he went, our snake friend
soon presented himself at another counter
and demanded if they didn't want to buy
some snaix? Here he was interrogated
with business-like gravity, as to age, size


and species, to which he replied that "they
were ofald sizes, little, middlin' and big; old,
young, and middle aged; spreadin'-adders,
copper-bellied, high-land, and water mocca-
sins; striped and yaller rattle snakes; but
they were all the real genuine pizen, war-
ranted to bite if they could, and to kill if
they bit." These were "just the kind they
had wanted, and they were extremely sorry
he had not arrived a day or two earlier, as
it was probable they might have purchased
the whole lot; however, there was a firm
a few doors below who were in the snake
market, and who would no doubt be glad of
so good an opportunity of furnishing their
friends in Liverpool with such a variety of
poisonous serpents;" and to this house he
was directed. In this way the poor, unsus-
pecting, unsophisticated snake catcher, was
driven from house to house, from number
to number, until at last, as the day began to
wane and the prospects of a sale to grow
dim, he presented himself, with flushed face
and perspiring forehead, to the Captain of
one of our vessels, who he had been told
would probably take the whole lot, at a fair
price, and asked, in a despairing and almost
suppliant tone, "don't you want to buy my
snaix?." The Captain was prepared for
the questioin-the joke had reached the


Oe See advertisement of lost child, in
another column.
THE FARMER'S LIBRARY AND MONTHLY
JOURNAL, OF AGRICULTURE.-The April
number of this very valuable )nd interesting
periodical is on our table. If we thought
that praise from us would add a single sub-
scriber's name to the books of" the publish-
ers, we would try to say, ii an extended
notice, as much for it as it deserves-more
we could not. But so general and univer-
sal have been the flattering notices taken of
it by the press throughout the country, that
it is reasonable to suppose he people, by
this time, are thoroughly acquainted with
the merits of the work-at least as far as
they can be made so by the representations
of others. But the only way to arrive at
any thing like a knowledge of the worth of
the work to the Agriculturist, is to sub-
scribe for it.
THE SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER
AND REVIEw.-The April number of this
popular monthly is on our table. The con-
tents are of its usually excellent character,
embracing tales, histolical sketches, notices
of new works, poetry, &c.
THE ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE.-The re-
ception of the April number of this work
served to remind us afresh of the absence
on our table of the March number. The
present number seems to abate nothing, in
the variety and interest of its contents, from
those that have gone before.
0:7- We aie indebted to Senators YULEE
and WESTCOTT for the transmission to us
of valuable, matter from Washington.
Hon. S. G. HAMPTON, M. C., also h3s
our thanks for the document lie sent us;
allusion to which was made in our last, in
an article from the Pensacola Gazette rela-
tive to the establishment of Federal Judi-
cial Districts in Florida.
THE LARGEST LOAD.-The steamboat
Peytona, Capt. Greer, on her last trip from
Columbus to this place, brought thirteen
hundred and five bales cotton; which, if
our recollection serves us, is the largest
freight of cotton ever brought to this port.
After having "let down" once or twice
in her shafts, by which she was disa-
bled from runningfor a while, the Peytona,
seems to have come out with the determi.
nation of making up for lost time.
When she comes in under such loads as
her last, she presents a goodly aspect to
the Commission Merchants in particular,
and to every body in general, who admire
the invention of the great Fulton. Three
or four more such freights, with what the
other boats may bring, and the cotton will
all have come down. Vive la Commerce!
barrels, bales and boxes."
As advocates of free discussion and en-
lightenment on all subjects having a direct
bearing upon the interests of the people,
we have admitted the communication of
"TAXATUS," animadverting upon our city
charter and the abuses that grow out of it.
The writer assumes the broad ground, that
our present charter is an instrument which
delegates powers to those who act under its
authority, anti-republican in their character
and subversive of the best interests of those
who come within the sphere of their influ-
ence; and he charges that corruption and
abuses have been practiced by each success-
ive government, since the present charter
was established. He has cited a few items
of expenditure by our present Council.
This we conceive to have been done to illus-
trate and prove, by recent acts still fresh in
the minds of the people, the position he has
taken; and not for the purpose of singling
out our present Council as the especial
objects of his crimiuation and censure ;-in
fact the writer himself declares that "this
amount is small compared with the sums
which, in former periods, have been paid to
members of the City Council," &c.
The subject is one of a purely local

character, from the discussion of" which evil
cannot result, and much good may. The






























T OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
town, 808 tons, fm New York, wait-
Master.
Vries, 647 tons, fm New York, wait-
Master.
Merryman, 399 tons, for Boston, load-
gbee & Howard and D B Wood & Co.
eks, 514 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
' & Co.
Leeds, 591 tons, fm Havre, loading-
er.
Rogers, 698 tons, fm Liverpool, dis-
ing--Master.
kuam, 640 tons, fm Havre, waiting-
Wood & Co.
e, Perkins, 586 tons, for New York
rig-Nourse, Stone & Co.
welll, 332 tons, for New York, loading
dge & Pratt.
BARQUES.
eang, Robertson, fm New York, wait.
1 aster.
d, Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool,
ng-J Day & Co.
er, Sutton, 310 tons, for Providence,
ng--E B Ballou.
Sears, 299 tons, fm Providence, wait-
-Master.
prison, 501 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
bee & Howard and.Ls Fred E Dugas.
BRIGS.
Fisher, Appleby, 222 tons, fm N York,
ing--Master.
Talbot, 349 tons, for Baltimore, load-
-Chas Rogers & Co.
Borden, 214 tons, fm Fall River, wait-
-Wm T Wood.
Alien, 271 tons, for Providence, load-
-T L Mitchell.
)n, Miner, 183 tons, for New York, with
atch-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Carter, 284 tons, fm Boston, waiting-
ter.


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For Baltimore.
-S. THE fine brig VIRGINIA, Talbot,
master, will have despatch for the abore
port. For deck freigh or passrge, apply
o [april 18] CHAS. ROGERS & Co.
Chattahooeleee Hotel.
!1_11 THE subscriber takes pleasure in
40--m-1 informing the traveling community
^11i that he has taken charge of the above
11l j 1 establishment, situated immediately
on the 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
Mondavs, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 o'clock,
A. M ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-
days at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrives
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock,
A. M.; departs Mondays, WednesdayA and Fri-
pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via
Quincy and Tallahassee, arrives Mondays, Wed-
nesdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs
Tuesday, Wednesdays and Sundays at 6 o'clock,
P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and
Thursday at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesdays
and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M.
The House and Furniture are entirely new,
the servants thoroughly drilled in their business,
and all will use their utmost endeavor to make
the time pass pleasantly to the 6t-*veller.
A. G MARSHALL,
Agent fo. the Proprietor.
Chaattahoochee, March 11/,'1846. 12-4f
Flour.
11 BBLS. Western; 50 bbls. Canal, now
J10 landing, for sale by
April 18 d J. DAY-& Co.


Lost Child.
$300 REWARD.
OR STOLEN, from my plantation on
Chattahoochee River, 6 miles below
a very likely negro child, near three
He was missed from the yard late in
ng of the 24th March, a thorough search
that night and for several successive
out discovering a trace of his footsteps,
uces the opinion that he may have been
e circumstance of two men being seen
me day in the woods near the settlement,
s that opinion.
thick set, full-faced child, rather bow-
nd had a thick bushy head of hair, and
large sear upon his wrist produced by a
is name is Reuben, perhaps he might
o it. If he be stolen, I will pay the
ward for the apprehension of the thief;
has been sold I will pay the purchaser
nt he paid for him, and all expense for
o, me with the information. I will also
reasonable demand for any intelligence
cated to me, or to Mr. Thomas Lowry,
ula, Alabama, which may lead to a dis-
JOHN H. HOWARD.
bus, Ga., April 8, 1846. 16-2t
he Eufaula, the Montgomery, the Apa-
, the Tallahassee, and the Albany, (Ga.)
ill please publish twice, and forward ac-
r payment. J. H. HI.
AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 28_184167
it Court Franklin County.
iah Nash, }
vs. Petition to foreclose mort-
R. Ford and gage.
eth A. Ford. 5
;REAS, a petition has been this day filed
the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of
County, to foreclose mortgage of certain
d furniture, made and executed in Deca-
y, Georgia, on the 28th day of August,
nd it appearing to the satisfaction of the
y the affidavit of the petitioner, that the
ts Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford
yond the limits of the State of Florida:
ered that said defendants do appear and
objections, if they have any, within 15
ore the first day of the ensuing fall term
Court, otherwise said petition shall be
o confesso; provided that due publica-
his order be made in the Commercial
ser of Apalachicola, once a week for two
successively. (A Copy-Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
18,1846. 16-2m
Public Sale.
L expose to sale on the 27th instant, at
clock, A. M., on the premises, known as
ton House, the following property, levied
r and by virtue of a distress warrant, to
;ted, by D. B. Wood and N. J. Deblois,
s, to satisfy a claim for rent of said pre.
virtue due and unpaid by Joseph Preble-
iters, 39 tumblers, 10 demijohns, 6 pitch.
oblets, 30 champagne wine glasses, 1 beei
water tank, 13 pictures, 2 looking-glasses
s and glasses, 3 bitter bottles, 3 wash
1 wash bowl, 4 small pitchers, 1 bar roorr
nd pipe, 1 kitchen stove and aparatus, i
irs, 12 chairs, 1 coffee urn, 3 tables, 1
34 ten pin balls, 4 setts ten pins,3 castors
ialt sellers, 2 glass jars, 1 lot kitchen fur
I lot of curtains, 3 mattresses, 1 lot o
bottles, barrels, &c., 1 wooden building
ng 2 ten pin alleys.
BENJ. LUCAS, Bailiff.
18, 1846 16-2t
tate and County Taxes.
ICE is hereby given, that the undersigned
ax Collector for Franklin County, will at
the Court House, (Council Chamber,
lachicola, on Tuesday, Wednesday an,
lay, the 28th, 29th and 30th of April, in
o receive the State and County Taxes du
year 1846. I have to ask the favor of
settlement from the Tax payers of Frank
JOHN LUCAS,
Sheriff and ex-officio Tax Collector.
achicola, April 18, 1846. 16-2t
'ICE-All persons having claims again;
tepnen T. Skillman, late of said count,
ed, are requested to present the same du.
ticated, within the time prescribed by lam
notice will be plead in bar of their rece
and all persons indebted to said estate a
ted to make immediate payment.
SILAS DAVENPORT, Adm'r.
lachicola, April 18,41846., 16-2m
Coffee.
' BAGS Rio Coffee, landing from brig V:
3 ginia, for sale by
ril 18 J. DAY & C-o.


Copartnership. *
THE subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the ptublic that they have taken..
into partnership Mr. EUGENE W. ROGERS.
CHARLES ROGERS & Co.
April 7, 1846.


N OTICE-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.


For Liverpool.
^T. THE first class Am. ehip HUROJXi
i Weeks, master, having three-f0irfbi WK.
iiSher cargo engaged, will have duipstea
ltur the above port. For freight, apply to
March 21 J. DAY & Co.


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E INTELLIGENCE.
APALACHICOLA ........ April 18.
CLEARED.
hipBlanchard, Blanchard, for Boston,
d & Co and Bugbee & Howard
Brig Metamora, Gates, for New York,
Stone & Co.
, Webber. for Havana.
'regory, Young, for New Orleans.
nd, Bradley, for New Orleans
Schr Ontwa, Corsden, for N Orleans.
ina, Williams, for New York, by
ne & Co.
Schr Louisa Antoinette, Blake, for

ARRIVED.
Brig Pleiades, Carter, fm Boston.
Gregory, Young, fm New Orleans.
and, Bradley, fm New Orleans
sa Antoinette, Blake, fm New Orleans.
Brig Gen Wilson, Miner, fm New
urse, Stone &s Co.
gnes, R ynear, fm Chattahoochee
champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
eytuona, Greer, from Coumbus.
motion, McAllister, fm Columbus.


For New Yorli.
'THE splendid brig GEN. WILSON,,
^ Minor, master, will have immediate dis.
I- atch. For freight or passage, having
ju accommodations, apply to the master, or tU
April 18 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


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Clover Seed.
A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover
Seed, for sale by
April 4 H. F. ABEL.
2 BASKETS London Club Champagne;
0 5000 Regalia Segars, for sale by
April 4 B. S. HALWLEY.
A Card.
THE undersigned having purchased from Mr.
T B. S. Hawlev his entire stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass Ware, Shop Fur-
niture, &c. will continue the business at Whole-
sale and Retail, at the old stand corner of Water
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-
ments recently effected, will be regularly supplied
with fresh staple articles.
Physicians, 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. H. F. ABELL.
To the Public.
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 tinder my control ;
and I take pleasure in recommending my successor
to them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit
for him a continuance of the custom heretofore
so liberally extended to me.
March 1 B- S. HAWLEY.
Prints Only--Spring Styles, 1S46.
EE & 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.
"-* Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are
placed in the hands of buyers.
W- 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,
A Last Word!
I H AVING given up my business to Mr. JoHrs
CAIGH, whom 1 have known for many years
as a good mechanic, I solicit for him the patro-
x nage of my old customers and the public. I shall
- 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.
t N. B. Don't be afraid of my taking the money
' out of town-for I owe it all, and more too.
y April 11, 1846. W. C. L.
' INolasses.
, 211TIERCES, 205 bbls. and 28:hhds. cargo
211 of schr. Swan from Havana, now landing,
for sale by [april 11] J. DAY & Co.
OLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsam,
for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver
y-.Complaint, and all diseases or.the throat and
lungs, for sale by
'April .11 H. F. ABELL.


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1.: banks of the Del Norte, when he should pe1) p kingg at his change, and
46 have established his camp-if theywould findhaefiei1r y Mr. Neale's suspicions I1I
itro- favor him with a call. were oice excited, the watch was close-
sup- The Captain of the Port at Santiago, ly exniied by himself and a friend, whom RT OF ,
Mr. when our troops hove in sight, drove off all he lrto his aid, when they both con-
give the inhabitants before him, including women curyd tat he had been the dupe of villains, April 14-S
hed. and children; and leaving two men behind as te ine-piece was of German silver, gal- by DBWoo
him for the purpose, ordered them to fire vanitedwitu gold. Ford, in the meac y Nour1e,
a of the town before the troops could enter it. tim,, l also made his escape. b Schr Swan
dis- This they did, but not quite soon enough, Tthelove facts having been communica- Schr D SG
ing. as our troops put stop to the conflaigration, ted to iiice officers Levy and M'Collim, Schr Ashla
Ange after three houses bad been burnt. "The they w4 not long in arresting both M'Guire April 7--S
~Ship Tuski
the transports, full of provisions, &c., were all and Fd, who, owing to circumstances, Nourse, Stor
lace safely anchored in front of the town-tinder had preiontly been undertheirsurveillance, April 18-2
charge of Quirter MaslerThomas. There and the wre examined before his Honor Pensacola.
dent are but eight feet water on the bar at this the Maeor yesterday, and confessed guilt,
Ore- place. The army was in tlhe enjoyment but deied most positively, all participation April 15--
was of excellent health. The United States in thf nair at the steam boat lauding. Schr DS(
era- brig Lawrence arrived, and anchored out- Thepa'in their possession, when arrested, SchrhLouis
side, on Ihe same day the troops took pos- seveil d" these German silver galvanized April 16-1
that session. Captain Foster, of the Revenue watces, and a number of unsigned bills of York, to N0u
that Cutter PVood')ury, was also present, lending one f tie Michigan banks. Their case is Steaer A
n to his assistance The Porpoise left Vera und- advisement and consultation with the Steamer C
Steamer P,
own Cruz to perfcrmn this service on the 3d ult. Attine3 General. Steamer N
Ad- At which tim>., the Frizate Cumberland and P- Neale recovered his money, and re-
Sir sloops Falmrath, St. M11ary's and John Ad- qugs us to return his sincere thanks to of- LISI
had ans were lyirg at SacrifiCios, wailing upon fice Levy and M'Collim, for their prompt-
from Mr. Slidell md Mexican procrastination- itu,, and energy in bringing these rascals Minerva, BD
aced things remaining in.statu quo. to istice.-[ Charleston Courier. ing--3
ssed Paredes vas maintaining himself in the Probus, De '
government without opposition-Arista ha- 'lie U. S. steam; frigate 11ississippi, Cap. ing--
ican ving retired 'o his hacienda and withdrawn tai Fitzhugh, arrived at this port on Wed- olm
CaI- from the contest. Tranquility prevailed neday evening last from Vera Cruz. She Huron. Wee
iem- every whereexcepting a few minor difficul- toched off the Balize for the purpose of J Day
eer ties on the Pacific cost, which it was lading our Minister. Mr. Slidell, and W. Alexander,I
thought would soon be quieted. The ex- S Parrott, Secretary of Legation. We Dauntless,M .
rtina traordinary congress is to meet in May in a-t indebted to an officer of this ship, for charg-
ary's the city of Mexico, to remodel the govern- latI Mexican papers, but we have been un- Solon, Bu6
fthe ment and elect a chief magistrate. Warm abl to get any one to make a translation ben Prebl
ugh. discussions have been going on in (he mean forns.- Pensacola Gazette, lh inst. Iadi
that time as to the form of government it is best -' Cordova,r L
rtion to adopt. A party with an able papercalled M^^RIE 1, -o
mere El Tiempo at its head, advocating a return Irthis city, on Sunday evening last by he Rev.
to the ",Plan of lutiala." This plan was Mr.tay, Mr. EDMUND AUSTIN to Miss JOHANNA Dude de
s in- the one adopted immediately after the dee- BEREN, all of this city. Cumberland
that laration of Mexican independence, (1821,) Pinter's fee received, loadir
nces and which was set aside by Iturbide. It -,- -- John Brow(
'eso- established a limited monarchy and provided OM M ERCIAL. Tiberius, s
for the election of a member of the Spanish ing-
veen Bourbon family to the throne. Iturhide REMARKS ON THE MARKET. Euclid, Ua,
id]r- had the address, it will be recollected, to C-TON.-The daily expectation of later foreign Bugb
d by have himself substituted instead. This n per steamer Unicorn, has kept our market
an- party is opposed by the great majority of new qper stamer U in, has kept o rarket Rebecca C
theMexcanpeole.It s nverhelssin a cry quiet state, since Tusday, the transac- waiti
the Mexican people. It is nevertheless ,nsbin limited to small parcels to suit the im- Virginia, T]
the thought that Paredes is secretly abetting tion purchasers. we hae notmate- ,-
to thetiewantsaof purchasers.oWehhave no-mate-
to the Tiempo, and designs through the sme- m rialange tonotein prices, although on the low- Delaware,
the himselfmter-ofahisdcontrysprobake er gndes buyers have had the advantage" To-day Alabama,
!has. himself* master of his country-probably as th na^ke is) decidedly doll, and some factors ing--
long president for life or first consul. In the h are t isdeglitswhchidedyd anxiousoetorsell, Gn Wio
MIir. mean time, as it has become a cardinal vir- ae o ern g io t s eW
nnwr *u e in Mexican politics, to hate with cor- atxto a c. off from their previous asking prices-MPleiades, C
hem diality the United States, nothing will or TLelifew sales made exhibit decline of about- as
fthe can possibly be done towards settling their jc.-we however make no change in our quota-
did difficulties with us until congress shall meet ties.I
lized anl the fate of all the politicians shall be LIVERPOOL CLASS^TCATION.F
184-6. 1W4. OST C
dec'dled. Paredes only wants money to en- Inferior ........... .... 5j a 5j 4t a L _I. the( (
itive able lim tO carry out his views, and it is Ordinary ..... .........6 a 6j 4i a Eufaula, !
supposed the church will come to his aid- Niddling ............... 63 a 7 5 a 5 years old.
gen- the Arclbishop being his particular friend. Good Micdling...... .. 71 a 7-- a 6 ye od.
ge .Middling Fair ... .... ....7 a 7j 6j a Q, the evening
the The ideas to mortgage the real estate of Fair .................... 8 a 8j a 6Q was made
the churchto the amount of eight millions Good Fair .............. 8j a 9 nominal, days with
have of dollars. As Great Britain and France FRr]GHTS.-We hear of no change or new en- which ind
could not butbe gratified to see us bearded gagement for Liverpool Coastwise also, ship- stolen, the
from by a monarchp.al government on our own rents are light, and it is with evident difficulty, o favornSa
rks." orders, perhaps, they will also come to his present rates are sustained. The engagement for He is a
were aid. Baltimore, noticed in our last was at 9-16c., be- legged, a,
have The rumor whih was bruited abroad a ing a decline of l-16c. We quote rates DULL at I think a
when short time since, Iha these powers designed T Liverpool .................... 1-2d perlb. burn. Hi
Mr. to place on tile throt, of 'Yexico a Bour- To New York ................... 5-8c. answer tc
V. in bon prince, seems to btstronalycorrobrated Boston....................... 5.8e. above rev
tsy by the movement of u, Tiempo. That 1Providence.................. andifhe
ren"y1 a m ~r ...... -. 9-1.. .f. 6C.- "th e am o ur
)fse- which was thinn air" be'thre, is gathering ,_-furnihin
n his consistency from events. There will be a COTTON STATEMENT. Last furnshin
never radical change in the government, we are-- year. community
strongly inclined to believe---hut time only stock onve ps3ays .. ..p2t333 near Eufa
Mr. can show whether this change will be in c4 previously ......... 89,982 cover.
pre- favor of Paredes or a SpanishBourbon ; Total .... bales a 92,319 141706 Columl
eld it Don Carlos for instance, or his son Don Exported past 3 days .......... 3,126 C Th
have Enrique; the latter of which is aCaptain previously .......... 61,06 194 113094 chicola,
f the in the SpanishNavy. Almonte retired from Total ...........- _, paperss wi
evi. the cabinet, in the latter part of Febr-uary, On hand and on shipboard not cleared'28,125 28612 counts fo
been without assigning any reasons for his %\ith-
n old drawal, and Gen. Rincon was appointee to EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM At.lLAr-rIICOL. Cilui
three his portfolio. Commencing 1stXSeptember, 1845-aud -ame Hezeki
ebe- Having three thousand good troops or, im in 1844. Sidney
inst. the -.io del Norte and a strong squadron at I PastE revi-[To r T L asto -in e -i
[oun- Vera Cruz theree being at this place, by (his ILvrol ......... 19932.19932.301259 W HE
apis; time, three fr'igales and three sloops of war) I-Ia 0e .. .. ;.. ..'.. '... ...................**...2587 V in t
Native our government might easily bring matters .an^''"'..** .*** *** *** *17 Franklin
f be- to a elnse, if it wouhl act with a little deci- Triesth.... .................... **** ** ** **** ****2 household
stun and energy. If we really have any Genoa... ............... .. ... -*O tur** e****** *w ount
,,hat cause of quarrel with Mexico, why snffer Otepms.................. co.o 1'4 a
have ourselves to be insulted in the person of our Total to For. P ort ......- 193.193.34 Court, bee
Innel Minister, and masters to be postponed in- New :;:::: :;ork ........1 .9d56 230 .:340 defeda
eech. definitely ?" It would be easy to ask her, Providence ... ...... ........ .4899 ..4899 ..7371 It is order
whether she consented to drop the Texas Philadelphia ......... ...... ... 440 ..440 ..1547 file their
quarrel or not and take our measures ac- Baltimore ............ ...... .. 1662 ..16f;2 .19.35 days bef(
cordingly. Verily, we seem in this Mexi- Ne rlas ............ 2337..2337 ..,94
t this cnn question at least, to have adopted M3r.Cotws.. 32 ^ 46765 j
I he Calhoun's policy of"t maosterly inactivity,' Total -BoastieS... ..-i-ff. .-i-'.94--- 1304 takeninoPr'ti

del .ir~i '1^ ..11 i 1 months,
e has ROGUES CAUGHtT,-We published, a short -- ASSENGERS.
orts, time since, an account taken from a North Per steamer Agnes--Judge Douglas, lady and April
rpay- Carolina paper, giving the particulars of a servant, Miss Leiand, Miss Rped, Judge Car-
f ou'r successful piece of villainy played off on a mack, Judge Radal Jug TopIL, o
eably gentleman, on one of our wharves, just pre- R. Wood Gareg ton, MessrW James. E 10t I o'(
with vious lo the departure of ihe Wilmington Per steamer Peytona--Messrs A_.L Rutheford, the Crol


Col. boat, who took as' pledge for a sum of mn- G W Ross, Richard Hopper, A Ming. on under
anied ey advanced, what he supposed to be a gold Per steamer Champion-Dr Johnson, layand
servt M rs (3 F B em is. M iss B acon M iss -ari n. m e direc
d the watch, but which he discovered, when too MissPrescott Mrs jenkins, two children and landlord
)f the late, was composed of German silver gal- Mservant; Dr Gardner, Messrs Wakefield, Baker, masesin
Gen. vanized. We have now to report a similar Prescott, Fortune, Williams, Brown, Harris, Dix- 12 decar
Vhis- transaction, which however, did not termi- on, Cheever and J Colwell. r, e5 go
n the nate with the like success, as the industri- Persteamner Agrnes-Dr J Murray Carnochan, pump, I
on of ous gentlemen were soon apprehended by MessJonGee nsLktoi.1 arndp,
north the officers of justice. RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR. s ;
the Yesterday, according to an affidavit in the Per steamer Agnes--6 bales cotton to D GRa- stove an
esta posesson f th Maor.,Mr.Robet A R.ney: 3 boxes tobacco and 2 bales hides to Wrn arm-_ehai
esta- possession of the Mayor, M~r. Robert A. 1. G Porter & Co; 2 boxes tobacco to Wylie & screen,3
river, Neale, of Carnesville, Franklin county, McKenzse; I do to Thos Preston. 1 pair sa
a few Georgia, while at the Rail-Road Depot, Per steamer Notion-429 bales cotton to Hill, nitnre, I
tamo- waiting the hour for the departure of the Dawson& V Co 247 towWm H Kimbrou-h5 ; & Coenptybi
Colo- passenger cars, was accosted by a young young; 31to MeKay & 5 Hartshorne.
n the man, calling himself Thomas M'Guire, who Per steamer Peytona--992 bales cotton to Hill, Api
were offered to sell him a gold watch, which e Dawson & Co; 87 to Nourse, Stone &, Co; 56 to
xican declined purchasing, when M'Guireinform- toward V Rutherford; 66 to Harper& Holmes; 2t
52 to Sanford & Butt; 22 to JohnC0 Maclay;2 t o T
earned ed him, that as his present necessities were McKay & Hartshorne; 28 to order; 2 boxes tobac- N Ta
The urgent, being without money and a strang- co,.to Wm G Porter & Co; 2 bbls potatoes to tend at
h t ar- er, if he would advance him $75, he might Lockhart & Young.
)ffier eepthewatc ascolateal scurtyhut Per steamer Champion--369 bales cotton to in Apel
officer keep the watch as collateral security, hut Lockhart6& Young; 204 to Dodge & Pratt; 151 to Thursda
him this offer Mr. Neale also declined. At this Nourse, Stone Az Co; 117 to McKay & Hartshorne; stant, t(
oppo- stage of the proceedings they were joined 78 to Harppr & Holnes; 40 to Wylie & McKen- for the:3
ached by a third party, William Ford, who, onizie; 16 to Chas Rogers & Co; 10 to Wm G Porter prompt
him. learning the circumstances, proposed to Mr. Rutherford; 3 to Bugbee &C Howard.
weaty Neale to advance the $75 for him, (Ford,) Per steamer Agnes-25 bales cotton to J M Apa
txican and that when he reached Hamburg, where Carniochan; 4 boxes tobacco to T Preston.
. they he purposed stopping, lie wonild redeem EXPORTS. NOTt
they the watch, by giving Mr. Neale $85. After NWYOK-Per ship T uskina-1139 bales deceast
civil some preliminaries, the bargain was finally cott On, authens
nts of closed. This gentleman drew forth a hun- Per brig etamora-632 bales cotton. o theis
anner dred dollar bill, and asked if either of these BOSTON-Per ship Blanchard-1355 bales cot- very;
ind to men could give him -the difference, when ton.,_ , ___....._....... request
rolled M'Guire immediately answered yes, took TUMBER INSPECTOR.-Having been ap-
began the bank note, and handed over the watch Lpointed Inspector of Lumber for the County Apal
i h utr- and fbur five dollar bills and a quarter eagle, of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services
selling thus cheating Mr. Neale, even in the to the public in that capacity, and will attend to 17g
speak change. Satisfied with the result of the all duties appertaining to said appointment. 17 el]
)11 the negotiation, M'Guire immediately disap- April 18, 1846. BENJ. LUCAS. Apr


1Cqrresp,-idence rf the New-York True Sun.]
WASHINGTON, April 7, 1846.
aclh day here seems tb surpass the other
in interest and excitement-this, however,
has taken a stride far beyond all the rest.
Such a scene has never before been wit-
messed, and very probably will never occur
again. At a quarter past 12, Mr. Webster
resumed the floor, in continuation of his
remarks from yesterday. He proceeded to
show the important advantages which had
,accrued to the country in a military aspect
by the treaty of Washington. He then
passed on to an examination of the Caroline
affair and the McLeod trial, which had been
introduced in connection with the treaty.
A gang of desperadoes in Canada, associated
with evil disposed persons in the United
States, had for a long time disturbed the
peace of the frontier, and threatened an in-
vasion of the province. With this view,
expeditions had been fitted out, which
threatened to lead to violence and bloodshed.
VUnder these circumstances an enterprise
"'was planned and executed, for the seizure
land destruction of the Caroline steamboat.
'which contained arms and ammunition for
the contemplated attack. Her burning fol-
lowed, and a life was sacrificed. After this
event, a correspondence ensued between
Mr. Fox and Mr. Forsyth, in which it was
admitted the act had been perpetrated under
the official cognizance of the Canadian au-
thorities. By some misapprehension, the
discussion had been transferred to London,
where Lord Palmerston had again admitted
to Mr. Stevenson, that the government
affirmed the responsibility assumed by the
provincial authorities, and endorsed the
proceedings. During this unsettled state
of the case, the Whig party acceeded to
pow r, Mr. Webster became Secretary of
Stateand McLeod was taken prisoner.
Asuthe British Government, in its highest
capacity, had acknowledged the responsibil-
ity, Mr. Webster considered' the individual
as of a very secondary consideration-he
therefore addressed the Governor of New-
Yor communicating copies of the corres-
pondrnce, and stating the views of President
Harrison; that if the matter was pending in
a court of th'e United States, fie would di-
rect a nolle prosequi to be entered, inasmuch
as Great Britain was willing to stand in the
shoes of her subject.
After disposing of this branch of the sub-
ject, he then proceeded to review the attacks
that had been made upon him in connection
with the treaty of Washington. He pro-
duced a speech made by Mr. Dickinson of
New York, which contained an extract,
from remarks made by Mr. C. J. Ingersoll
in the House of Representatives, in which
it was alledered, he had written to the Gov-
ernor of New York, stating unless McLeod
was released, New York ciiy would be laid
in ashes forthwith-that the District Attor-
ney (Mr. Spencer) had received a fee of
g5,000, from the Treasury of the United
States to procure his freedom, and that ev-
ery effort had been interposed by the Gene-
ral Government to override the execution of
the laws.
Mr. Webster pronounced all these charg-
es separately and collectively as a base, un-
warrantable and unmitigated collection of
falsehoods, in which there was not one re-
deeming shade of truth of any kind. Not
one of th-e facts alleged to have been com-
- rnitted, had- ever happened, and lie could
' attribute them to no other source than the
depraved invention of one who disregarded
honor an principle.
The state of Massachusetts, for which
Mr. Ingersoll had expressed his veneration,
despised him, and her people, of all classes,
without'reference to party, held him in any
thing else than respect. He did not desire
to use h ird names or epithets, but there was
only one expressive mouosyllable, which be
was base enough to earn, but which as a
gentleman he was restrained from using,
that fully characterized his conduct. He
thought it just and proper to hoid up this
picture of a calumnialor to public view, that
every man might write tnder it whatever
he regarded as most contemptible. The.
person perhaps was not crirninal for malice
--his mind was a caricature; it had nol
ba.Iwnee or adjustment, no discrimination as
In 'the perception of truth--his screws were
loose.
During thirty years of public lite, with
arduous labor, lhe had earned his reputation,
which was now to him, whether little or
much, dearer (lhan existence, and he could
not sit tamely down and hear+ it assailed in
his presence without at least attempting to
-defend it.
His remarks were' then directed to M'r.
Dickinson, whom lie said it gave him ex-
ceeding pain to refer to at all, but that gen-
tleman haid invited the meeting; he had de-
nounced the treaty of Washington, and
must therefore take the consequences; he
proclaimed himself to be a se~urcher of Ihe
truth but was careful to give only one side
of the case. The people of this country
were willing to pay for a laugh, either in the


shape of a story from Dickens, a caricature
in French, or a compilation of such re-
searches of the truth by the Senator from
New York. The Senator had given circu-
lation to a vile calumny in his speech, which
-had been pronounced false upon the floor
of the Senate, and so far he had violated
The courtesies of the chamber and the pro-
prieties of life. He indulged in a further
.commentary of the most ironical character.
Mr.,ickinson rose and remarked, he
'had consulted his own notions of propriety
,in preparing his speech, and he had sent it
Ao whom Ire saw fit, without consulting the
,Senatorfrom Massachusetts. He consider-
ed Mr. Ingersoll as respectable authority,
notwithstanding all the denunciation that
liad beeo poured upon him-but since some
of his s-atements had been arraigned, he
asked tlte indulgence of an adjournment
until to-morrow, in order to produce his au-
13horities which was accordingly granted.
;Mr. Webster's speech is considered the
nost extraordinary production of the kind
,that was ever delivered in the Senate, and
as a specimen of invective is probably, un-
surpassed. The review of Mr. Ingersoll
was marked by a severity and power which
I have never known to be equalled.
In the House, the Cumberland Road Bill
was disposed of by giving it its quietus, and
a debate followed upon the naturalization
laws,
05 The steamboat Viola was sunk in
the Ohio river on the 22d ult. She was on
her way from Pittsburg to St. Louis, with a
"heavy freight !


[Corre-pondence of the Charleston Patriot
WAsnINOTON, April 8, 134
This morning, a resolution was in
dbced by Mr. Dickinson, preparatory Is
pose, to some new movement against
Webster. It calls on the President to
the name, and number of vessels searcl
since the treaty of 1842.
The Bill to change the distribution
labor in the Naval Bureaus, was again
cussed, but did not receive its third read
It is feared by the Whigs, that the cha
contemplated by the bill, will allow
Secretary to appoiut a Civilian, in the p
of one "of the old Commodores."
The Resolution calling on the Presit
for all the correspondence relating to(
gon, that had not been communicated,
taken up, and discussed at some consid
ble length.
Mr. Allen opposed it on the ground,
it implied a distrust of the President, and
when he called for information in relatio
the same subject, it had been voted d
by the Whigs. He alluded to Tyler's
ministration, wherein he insisted, that
Peel, in reply to Lord John Russel,
said that he had received assurances f
the Executive, that he would have pla
his veto on the Oregon bill, had it pa,
the two Houses.
Now such information to the Amer
Senate, was rather startling, and Mr. (
houn rose to say, that while he was a m
ber of Mr. Tyler's Cabinet, he had n
heard such a thing ever mentioned.
Mr. Allen then sent a paper, purport
to sustain what he said, to the Secrete
desk to read, but it appeared so wide of
mark, as almost to create a general lau
Mr. Calhoun said it must be evident,
Sir Robert, had never made the assert
attributed to him, but that it was a n
induction.
Mr. Allen did not care whether it was
duction or addition,-he still insisted
Sir Robert, meant that he had assurat
from the American Executive. The R
tion was again postponed.
A brief colloquy then ensued, betv
Messrs Cass and Webster, as to the un
standing of a legal question propountel
the former, when the special order was
nounced.
Mr. Dickinson who was entilled'to
floor, occupied the day chiefly in reply
the assault made by Mr. Webster, on
speech of Mr. D., and that of Mr. C
J. Ingersoll. The speech was a very I
and tedious one, and although he gave
Webster several home tl'rusts, the ma
of delivery was not such, as to give t
their full effect. Mr. D. complained of
manner of Mr. Webster, more than he
of any thing else, and said it was signal
by want of gentlemanly propriety.
Mr. Manrum, infinitively more sens
than Mr. Webster, called to order.
The Vice President asked, if the
tleman from North Carolina, raised
point of order.
Mr. Mangum hoped the Chair would
made it.
The Vice President.-"The Senator
New York, will proceed with his rernar
Mr. Dickinson, said that those who
sensitive on the point of order, should
raised it earlier, alluding to yesterday, v
he was made the subject of attack.
D. then continued, and repaid Mr. U
kind, as the saying is, making the t!
of Washington, of 1842, the subject o
vere rebuke, with this advantage on
side, that in the whole discussion, he n
lost his temper for a moment.
Mr. Webster rose to reply, but
Mangum got the floor, though it is
sued he will have the courtesy to yie
under the circumstances. We shall
no question taken before the arrival of
steamer of the 20ih, that now appears
dent to me. The Unicorn, has not
heard of, but as she is represented at
and dull sailer, she may take two or t
more days-or indeed be only that tin(
hind the steamer, that left on the 4th
hI the Hlouse, the bill lo raise a MI
ted Regiment of Riflemen was on the t
but the subject of discussion was ]N
Americanism--not the bill immediately
fore t hem.
There are little episodes sometimes,
relieve the dium of questions, that
tong perplexed either branch. McCon
is said to have made a very curious spi
[From the Pensacola Gazette.]
LATE FROM TEXAS.
The U. S. brig Porpoise arrived at
place on Tuesday evening last from
coast of Texas-having left the Rio
Norte on the 26th lult. The Porpois
been employed in conveying the translc
&e., in aid of the movement of Gem.
lor upon that frontier. The march o;
troops has been successfully and peac(
accomplished-the General meeting
no other than a paper opposition.
Twiggs, of" the 2d Dragoons, aecomp
by Capt. Erring's Light Artillery, Ie


advance and was followed by the rest o
forces, in brigades, under command of
Worth and Colonels Mclntosh and V
tier. The march was commenced on
8th ult. and the troops took possession
their depot (Brazos Santiago, six miles t
of the mouth of the Rio del Norte) o
24th. Gen. Taylor was expected to
blish himself on the left bank of the
with the main body of the army, in
days. He will encamp in view of Mat
ros. When the troops reached the (
fado. a small stream that lies between
Neuces and the Rio del Norte, they
met by about one hundred and fifty Me
soldiers, the commander of whom wa
Gen. Taylor not to cross that river.
General immediately drew up his ligl
tilery on the banks, and gave the. o
twenty minutes to retire in-informing
that if he should see a soldier on the c
site side, when his first file leader Yea
the water's edge, he should fire upon
It is needless to say that when the t\
minutes had elapsed there was no Me
in sight. Pursuing theii march, when
arrived within a few miles of Santiago,
were met by another deputation-a
one this time, sent by the inhabit
Matamoros, who protested in like im
against our occupying Mexican soil, a
make theirprotest more solemn, they p
out a lengthy manifesto, which they b
to read. Bnt as the General was in a
ray, he cut short this ceremony by tE
them that he could neither read nor ,
Spapisbl, but would listen to them o


For Liverpool.
^, THE superior Br. bark CUAMER-
LZ-,29, Powers, master, will bare dis-
patch. For freight, apply to
March 21 J. DAY & Co.
For New York.
.-- THE regular packet brig R. C. F7SH-
T ER, Appleby, master. Fur freight or
a rassage, apply to
A-pril 18 DODGE & PRATT. ,


For New York.
^^ THE splendid ship BBEJN PRE-
i BLE, Perkins, master, will have imme-
Aa diate dispatch for the above port. For
freight or passage, apnly to the master, or to
April 11 NOURSE, STONE & Co,
For New York,
With Dispatch.
3 THE superior snip COBDOVj,
P Lowell, master. For freight or passage,
apply to the captain, or to
DODGE & PRATT,
April 4 40 Water street,































































































































































AGGING-200 rolls, for sale by, IR. I ,
march14 D. B. WOOD &"CO.


EDAR wanted by
march14


D. B. WOOD & CO.


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Bagging and Bope.
A GOOD article of Power Loom Kentucky
. Bagging and t;.I.... Rope, for sale by
. jan31 5 NuURIE, STONE & CO.
Bagging and 1 ope.
nnPCS.. Kentucky Baguinn'
100 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians.
4 bales Bagjing Twi-ie, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.
On Consignment,
I00 BOXES New Bedltord Splerm Candles,
100J\ for sale low for Cash, by
SW'M. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.
Gardeas Seeds.
ARRANTED fresh, just r i-.-1.aml nd for
sale by J. C. ALLEN,
Jan. 24 D'Ir;.r.iqt.


Spring Goods&
JUST arrived per brig Mtaioiia-
lRich Fancy Prinms-Enmlish and American,
New style an.t very sin,,,erior Ginghams,
China LUwns, for Ladies' Dresses,
Ladies' Fancy Dresses, in pattern,
8-10 and 12-4 Musquito Lace Netting-double
and smnle.
50 pcs plaid and white corded do do.
L id,e-' ia'vicy Sun Shades and Parasols,
Rich Ivorv and Paper Fans,
Fizurd Nbslins, Bulzarines and other styles of
G,.,,ds, f,,r .Spring Dresses.
L:idies' Kid Walking ShoeQ, Buskins and Gaiters,
Do bldck and colored K d Slippers awd "Tits,
Fl, rence, Leghorn, Open-work and Dunstabie
Siraw Bo' netts,
Pl.in, striped and figured Swiss and Jackonet
Muslins.
Besides many other articles which the subscriLer
interds to sell very low.
M irch 2 F KOPM-,N.
Paiials4 Oils, and Glass.
(IBSON & CLAPP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Paints, Ons, Varni-hes, Turpentine, Window
Glass, &c ,
Will keep constantly on hand a 9_^0 assort-
ment of MIXED PAINTS of All color for Steam
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; t ether with
a variety of articles in the painting tne, too'nu-,
mer-us to mentio;..
House, Sign,-and Steam, Boat Painting,-and
Glazin, donde'!'with neatness and despatch, at
mnodtrate prices^.f-" cask /
22 Water street, Apa aehicola.
Jan. 10, 18.1S .
^tirtui, Naiis? &c.
IHE ulwi'bers hite_ oir hand and for sale,
. %% ii -'fe ant i-rt.iil,;low for Cash --r
2U tons a,..rt,<-i Iron ; W-keus assorted Nails,
50 kegs Spikes, Wrifght and Cut,
Sheet and Boiler Iron,
Hollow Ware, a nehral assortment,
Sugar and C,-.hr Ke-ttles, /
Cook and Pdrl,.r S't>.1,r-, Sad Irons,
Blacksmith's Toos',1 Hardware, \
Britannia and Jappand Wares Brass Andirons,
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs,
Ho; ks and Thimble, Blocks, Pump Boxes,
Marlin Spnn Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Cordage,-
Anchors, Pitch, Oaknm, Tar, Coal Tar, Rosin,
Turpentine, Sperm and ,Linseed Oil,
Paints and Brush. s, Riging.and Pump Lqat|jrjr
Maitts, Pumps and Buckets, r
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
March 14 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CD.. .


Goods on Consignment.
A SMALL assortment of Good4, consisting o
Cff'ae, Tea, Soip, Canilles, Tobacco,
Gunpowder, Brandy, &c., is offered at New
York I voice prices, tv
.jI3t 5 NOUR F, STONE & CO.
For Sale.
f "a BOXES Roofing PI ite, 14 by 20,
2" 30 do Tin do 1-3 ,
5' bdli Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 2u,
Bratziers' a'd Sheething Co)m-r,
Block Tin, Lead, Iron aqd Tin'd Bivets,
B'tcket Nits, Bar Tron, Hoop Tron,
Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and re-
tail, by,


Molasses.
Kf" BBLS. N. 0. Molasses, for sale hy
50U March 7 J. DAY & Co
Saddlery for Sale at Cost and
Charges.
HAVING on hand an asaortmnnt of Soddles,
I B, idles, &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.


Flavoaraing Wanters.
N assortment juwt received, and for sale by
Nov 29 J. C. ALLR.N, Druggist.


Notice.
C ASH wanted for sundry accounts of long
standing. All persons interested will take
due notice and govern them-nelve accordingly, or
I will;-'un them personally.
March 28 PErER HOBART.
Watted to Purchase for Casli.
A NF"TRO BOY, from 13 to 2) years of" ae
suitable for taking care 'of a horse and
waiting in the house. A)ply to
',,nmhl4 WOOD &'CO, 312 Water-st.
Sugar.
' HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. su.
25 perior St. Cr.ix,, in store' for sale by
March 7 i J. DAY & Co.


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.. portam Nat iofual Work. 1 gList of Letters
THE STATESMAN'S M.NUAL1 ME AINTNGinthe p, Notice at Apalach-
i.. lcola, on thelst April,lIS46.
A NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION OF FiEsiDSrnE1NTs' Applin n-,,, M ,j J B Kinnev, Jno
MESSAGES, WITH A Alstin, Jus Kelly, Edw
"HISTORY OF EACH ADMINISTRATION, &c. AlLen, Jas Loge, Massanl
Angers, Thos C Legaron, Chas & Son
In Two Handsone Volumes, 8 e. of abert Alle ,, Capt Geeo Mutard, G F Capt
SelenA Hundred Pages Each. AdamqJohn 5.%honey, Jnoe
IN HANDSOME MIUSLIM BINDING. Blaisdell, Capt Jonath Merrill, Nathan Capt
Brith, Henry Mustard, Sarah B
PRICE FIVE DOLLARS. Baker, Milton S Merrill, Chas
-- Burzes, Es.1 B McNam,nhtofl. dno
THE A DDaESSES AND MEqS..-rE3 OF "'' 1Bw Mca toJn
THE PRESIDENTS O TH US Bainard, Capt W Moore Wm R
THE PRT OF U. S. Blult, Chas Mutchahav, James
NA.UGURAL, ANNUAL AND SPECIAL, Brunell. Henry H Moore, Wm L
From 1789 to 1846. Braley, Jasper W 3 Melvill, Benj S 2
With an Oriqinezl. Memoir of each of the Pre- Bearse, Ohio-r L Moody, Merritt
idents; and a Hisctory of their Jtdministra, Brewster, Chas W McLean, Patrick
tions; also a selection of Important Bunce, Timothy D Matheney, Wm D
.Documents and Statis~ie'al lfor. Brown & Duboys M ,ra, Ants
motion. Butts, E P Markham, Chas M
nzatio. J Crokin & P McWade Miller, Jas
COXPILrD FIV*M rOFFIOIAL SOURCES, Carmack, Sarni W M,'lntosh, Jno
; BY EDWIN WILLIAMS, Churchill, Capt H M,-Dernot, Doherty
ArTrrC.I OF THE NEW-YOFK ANNUAL REGISTER, -&C. Crowson, Willis Mixon, Wm
.Einbellished with Portraits of ie Presidents Carmack, Stevens & Ni-KnKmw, Z W 2
and the Seals or Coats of Jdrms of the Baker- Newell. Jno
several States. Cowey, Little Berry Niel, Francis
Cavenau.-h, Win B Orr, Chas H
CONTENTS. Cary, A D Preble, Joseph 2
1. The Speeches or Addresses, and Mesa&es Carney, Barney Perkins, Russel W
of the Presidents of the United States, from Wash.. C latn, Dan'l L Palunm, Ricli'd
ington to Polk. Caraway, D B Peague, Nathaniel
2. A Memoir, or Biogr-iical Sketch of each Crockitt, Wm P'aton, Jno
President, preceding his Message. Cook, E, U S A Pleasant!, Chas S
3. An account of '-he Inauguration of each Corbett, Isaac J Powell. R, bt W
President, and a History of the principal political ; Crockett, tzzekiel Peabody, Col Jas D
events of his administration, and of the transact. Cox, Calt Smith C Pratt, Capt Wmn 2
tions of Congresi at each session during the pe- Clerk of Circuit Court Robert, Dan't
riod. These sketches followir,- the Mess.-'zes, Chadbourne, Sam'1 Richards, John (G
&c., of each President, and, with the Messa"'es, Dawvi, J H R,,dbiid, Wm
forming a com;)endious P,,litical History of'the Decatur, Jas Richison,, Gee
United States, f)r the last fifty-seven years. Dyer, Daniel Robinson, Wn W
4. Declaration of {udeperydence. Daniel, Elizabeth C R,,bnson, Wmi
5. Articles of Contederation. Delantr, Marlin Rusk && Co, H
'6. Constitution of the United States, with Domiln, R A Redd, Dan'l
Notes and Reterences. Dnnham, Jadme, l Ryan, Daniel
7. A brief history of the events and circum- Danel, Soborn Rmey, Daniel
stancee which led to the Union of the States and Daniel, Amariah Rod&rguiz, Feliri
formation of the Constitution. Doiuglas, Thlomas Setzer, Isaac 'T' 2
8. A synopsis of the Constitutions of the se- Elliot, B W Summ.,rlin, Nadham
veral States. Fosler, David Salter, Wm
.9- Tables of Membreirs of the Cabinets of the Fortune, JR Snow, T M
'various administration, Ministeis to Foreigni Franklin, P J Schlutter, Jno
Countries, and other principal public officers. Fieeman, Capt Benj 2 Summons. F M
10. Chronological Table of Political Events in Francis, Ferdinand Souper, Divid
the United States. Fost, T G Sweet, Jas L
11. -Statistical Tablei of Revenue, Commerce Gray, Bothen D Snder, Jno'Fobia4
and Population. ,Grantham, Theadore 3 Sands, Capt W
12. A complete Index, or Analytical Table of Gardner, Norton N S arr, Jas B a
Contantutn the. whole work. Graqitharn, C Stole, Ransom
Green, Capt D Smilh, Capt J
TO AMERICAN CITIZENS. Gerhard, Andrew Stockdale, Thomas
The publisher of the above NATI).vA,. WORK, Grearson,CoptrJ Sullivan, P 0
in announcing its completion, take-3 the oppor- Giwl,Fell, Sprague, Lo enzoI
tunity to state, that the sale of the same has been Gray, Michael Savage, WrriA
committed to his agents throughout the Unmn, Gruttiby, R,,bt M 7 Stephens, Mrs
who are ao.rn..ris,:-.'l to assure subscribers that Haly, Moses Taylor, Milton
there will b, no deiation frn.m the price fixed, Hubbard, Capt Terry, Thos A r
namelv, FivF:. D).LL \i |'%:r copy, which must be Hopkins, Stephen A Tucker, Jo. I
considered -r.it.,,,b[.- f.or two handsome octavo Hall & Moses, Messrs Tatnan, \V H i
vo01'n64-3 o|' Iover set;en h,:dred pages each. Hall, H Tay, Benj a
-.No-iPiC'h;e? hasbzen Qpared in the prepara- Ha'ty, Jno D Tuder, Sarah
fieon of these v,-.|i,,n. ,-,f D,-.cuments, Historiy and Haynes, Jnn W Verge, Jno C
*Statistics, to rcnad thesame worthy the pitro- Holmes, Alien Willard, Capt John ,
nage, not only of qS.vin.-.. an.l Legi.slator.,,bujt Hedge, Milton P Whipple, James K 2
of the American public g;,lner lly; who wdll find Hart, Ca|)t Jno Williamson, Garrit
in this TREASURY OF POLITICAL K XVOWLrDE, a Haired, Wm B Wallace, Rich'd r
ma~s of information itidispciiiable to every ifitelli. Hoxie, J B Wade, Samuel L
gent citizen. Hill, Tobias Wilson, James 1
Former editions of the Presidents' Me~sages Hill, Jno W Walker, Jno
have been imperfect and incomplete in many re- Haines, Jno W Wilson, Jas H
aspects, which have now beer( remedied, 1st by a Hunter, Henry Watts, Capt L L 2
careful comparison with official documents, and Haley, B Wilsaon, Chas
2d by diligent research, to supply the Special }{olly, Miss S B Wood, Jno W
Messages and Addresses omitted in former corn- Hart.ion, Wm Wright, Eben
.pilsitios. The Index to the whole work, of sub- Hodges, Sam K Wilton, Sam'l
jeert, names and dates is a new teature of this 'WJune,.Daniel L Wll, Fr.n'nis
edition, which will make it invaluabhu for refer- J n?.;, Rbert S3 3 Wwi-ke. -ym ...
ence. I Jeter, W.A Waler, Jno W
To render these writings of the American Jones, Henry Young, Philip R
Presidents more-valuable -as a continued National Persons calling for any of the above let-
History, they are accompanied with Memoirs of ters will please say they arenadvertised.
the Presidents and a History ot the various ad- JO'rPH S M \Y, P. M.
ministrations. Ira a ils, &c.
The work is edited and compiled by Mr. ED- 20 TON,- ; Swd ron, assorted sizes,
W'IN WILLIMS, whose familiarity with our Po- 2 100 ke-- Nails, do.
litical History and Statistical Subjects gvnerallv, 4 casks W^eedin Hoes, assorted qualities,
are. well known to tht public, and afford a suffi- 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvil.,
cieht guarantee for the accuracy and fidelity of `20 6 English and American Vises,
the compilation and accompanying History. 20 i Bnllos ,
EDWAR WALKER 12 dozen Spades and Shovels,
April iI 114 Fulton-street, New-York. 1n p,1C ;,,n'S ave.";


itL sal i'ot~t't. "-

AT CHAMBERq; MARCH 16,i6,
Franklin Cihait Courn.
IN CHANCERY.
Alphonse Loubat,
VS.
George W. Harrison and Marga-
ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
David G. R-tney and Harriet F.
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud-
son, Alexander McAlpin and
'Ogden HazsHerty, Asignefs of Bil t( fore-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James dosaort;^
Bogart and John N. Hawth,,rn, gemn lots
constituting the firm of Bogart 13.a9 and
& Hawthorn; David Maitland, ? 1 i, block
David S. Kennedy, Henry La- E, n the
very, James S. Branden and ci'" Z A p-
Hamilton Murray, constitutinC alat.hbla.
the firm of Branden & Murray;
Crumbv and -- Dra-
per, constituting the firin of
Crumby & Draper; -- Wil-
son and -- Gale, visible
partners rof the firm of Wilbon,
G,le & Co.'and James Brown.
'T appearing to the satistaction of the Cirt,
that the above named deftndants do not ride
within the State of Fl,'ida, but withinihe
United States; It is therefore ordered, that )b-
lication be made in the Commercial Adverter,
once a week, for the space of four months, other
institution of said suit, requiring them to aplar
and ans'aer to the -said hill (,f" foreclosure o,rMr
before the expiration of that time, or said 11
will be taken as confessed against thei and sth
further order given in the prenmses as tu toe
Court may seem meet.
(A Copy- -Teste.)
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
Ma{.rch 20), 1S16--12-.lm
Franklin County.
FIR'T DR-;CrF JUSt'ICE'J COURT.
A. G. Semnes, )
vs Attachment.
Anron B. Marvin.
HE defendant is notified of' the institutioiof
the foregoing suit by attachment, returnile
to the April term of said Court.
A. G. SEMME\
March IS, FS36. 12-:;


Drugs and Med~cin --
STHE subscriber has, wifL
constantly have, on hand, a com-to
assortment of DRUGS and M'EDl^
CINES, which he will warrant putf
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find k
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, belore purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of ihedao or night.
J. C. ALLEN,.~


13MVinf tcatonr WNotiMs

N O' ICE--Six months afier date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Fr,'!Lklin
county, for a final discharge from the administra-
tion of the estate of Amory Rolerls deceased.
B T. CARO, Adm'r.
BENJAMIN ELLISDN, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 4, 1816. 1.1-6m


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FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bi!-
ious and nervous Headache, Constipa'ion,
Diarrahcea. Gout. Rheumatism. Graw.l. Flatu-


NOI'[CE--After six month's publication of
this notice, I shall apply to the Jud_,e of
Probate, for Franklin county, to )e discharged
.frm th. administration of the estate of Oliver
C. Raymond, late of said county, d-'eased.
BEN F. NOURSE,
March 29, 154f. Adm'r. de bonis non.


--* i, i t i iMarch 241 C-or. Centre ad oria omnerceawq.
lency, &c. For sa e wholesale and retail, bv
Nov 5. J. C ALLEN, Drusg.ist. Balsam of Livcrwoi't.
A REMEcDY most periect is said ijow to be-
Tarraait's Com~poiunad Extract of A discovered- in settled Consumption, Liver
Cubebs and Copavia. Complaint, (,-any of their incipient smmptccis,-
Stands unrivalled for its on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use if
efficacy; it performs a cure Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the.
in :, few dav.f--no confine- Gepnine BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, which he, pre.
nment or restriction in diet, pares at 375 BOW ERY. "this plan of lre'alment'
i., necessary It wil be now espoused by several *,eninent ph)sciais, lei
found invaluable, beini pre- and has been for a hItng time, the secret of the
pB red wilh the great, unparalleled success which has attended Doctor,
ins.sible (are, upon well Taylor'. medicine in peilormmg its wonderful
tested princil le,-, 1; unded .cures, which in many, very many cases, have
:u;)on that imimirtant law, been alm<,st iner1djbte, but the toclusive pioofS'
first estahliswd boo the eel- *he Doclor can bring forward are irresistible, and'
eb'raht>d Dr. F(tdyce, viz: we advise all who rnay have coujgh or simple
-SI that a coumiinationofsim- colds even, to use this perfect specific vithiut
ilar remedies would produce a more certain, delay. '.Franklin says a small leak will sink.-
speedv, and considerable ,tlect, than any equiva- big ship." Therelhre, rure your coughs< before
lent dose of a! y single one.' In many cases the your lungs are past cure. For sale by
disease is entirel-. prevented by its tiamlyapplica- J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent fot,
tion. F(;rsate hy A pa lac hi cola. ,
Nov 5. J. C. ALEN. Driiqrirt. &c. CAUTION-The genuine Doct(;r TAYLO'ii
-- BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the battle a
~splendid steel plate ut'nraving, to prevent court.
ter[l.itt siirned by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
vile aiddangerous imilations, and the public are
cautioned n,,t to purchase e or dealit) it,.ag it isl.
Protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
Ma rchi 21, 184 3. 12- 1y
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperienal.
EALTH RENEWEI), and an invigc tled
pnd healthful condiion of body produced
1)Y I he rise of' T.ARl't \NT'S EFFERVESC:ENT
FouGitat L.It,,I-- &,t cr athce lor SELTZER APERIENF. I
the Files. This preparation is universally allowed to be
pDHYSICIANS a,.d Cht'uts' have long been '-he most popular remedy of the present day, lor
P anxious to) discover a in cine that would the m-evetoti m and cure of Indihstion, Bilious
ce oe of te mt t and Liver Complaints, Nervous WvaknessHead-
cure one o. the oss t tronaleas ,)nbe diseases, the ache, Heart. urn, hahilual Costivenes.,&c. "i r
Pilesi. Success hats at la.sf beeai the result. Dr. "lrvl.r an re, et in war chtna .wi
rl n r ^ ^ i t M i o T 1ravellen; and residents in w3rnciaewl
J^SKSO.Ns PIL;ErMmRC'CATlov not or, ly stt's, .1s
al-' PILE, al.,s pare a Id i.10ta1a'iSn, ls find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-.
dll that i n r' le, it in'., p i, b t ear ,ciuallo, S16-r r mnlation of bite, is porlc.ble, and the method of
duiesthat intolerab~le itc-hniw;, but efic-cluallv ue,. *11* ,ryi
S a din ei time, preparation is unusually c.,nvenienl. Children
likena charm, and in a vriv short time, pc.r- whs lie hav bee e,dr, m, id fr have Ire.itcont occasion tor gentle and cooling
years Forsaeb J C A > purg.itives; -hey will take this aperient in pre-
years. For sale by J C ALLEN, i^ ^ ,^^^^^
oleeAettforA lac.(,ao any other. CSolh AwL les le and retail by
SoleAget 'rIA.4c,ic,la. N J C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.
M ,t" 9IQ I. q 0 I rl .1 |,


N OTfCE--Know all persons interested, that
six weeks from the date of this notice, I
will apply to his honor the Judge (f Probtile for
the county of Fra.klin, for btters ,1'administra-
tion upon the estate of Steph,n T. 8killman, de-
ceased. SILAS DAVENPORT.
ApalachicnIa, Fa., March 6, 181GS C 0-,vGw
N 0TICE-q-ix months after datL I wiil apply
to the Probate Court of Frandin Co'-nty,
for a final discharge from the administration and
office of executor of the estate of David Rich-
ardson, deceased.


E. B. WHI:"MARSH.
8-6rn


Feb 21, 184B1.


N OI[CE-Six months alter dittthe under-
signed will apply to the Judzt of Probate
for the comnly of' J ickson, for a fi:-uil settlement
of the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late ot said
county and a discharge from the ofice of Exoc-
utrix of the last will and test-me-.t of' s id de-
ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN,
December 20). 18.15. ,Executrix.


N OTICE-The underlined having recently
(]iulified as admi isjtnt(or rn the estate of"
Henry Josesy, late of Jackson fowmtv deceased,
reqests all personal who are indebted to said es-
tate to come forward and mike immediate pay
ilnnt ; and those to whom said estate is indebted
to present their claim. within tho time prescribed
by law. ETH!NG-,'I'O* J. MERRITT,
SM-iriannr N',v. 4, l1'45. [63m] Adm'r.
N O [CF-The und.-isi-med having recently
qua.dfied as administrator on the estate of
Carey W. Josey, late 'f Jackson county de,-eased,
reqnestq all pers, nw who are indebted to said es-
tate to cime t'orwaid and maike immediate pay-
ment; and tho.;e to whom said es'ale is indebted
to present their claims wit, in the time nre~cribed
by Ihw. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT,
Marianna, Nov. 4, 1845. [Gin] Adm'r.
N OT!CE.-Six months after date, I will ap-
N ply to lhe Probite Court of Franklin coun-
ty for a final ds-lharze from the administration of
the estate of Joseph C. Burdsall.
ELLWOOD BURDSALL.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1, IS4:55

State Tax Collector's Sale.
UBLIC NOTICE is heraby given thit six
months after d.tte I will expose to sale a'
o ilu')lic ontcry, op)poiite the Court House d,,vr,
in the City 'v f Apalac'iicola, county of Fra-idin,
lhe following Lots, lying and being in saidCity,
as the property of the foll.,wi g rIerso^s, for
Taxes due said State for the year tS-y, as per
plan of Citv.


Frankl in Supcrior Colart.
William Wriat, )
vs. Attachment for $3000.
D-miel McDouqald. S '
T tIE Defeidant and o!her persons interested
JL are hereby notified of *he inQ(ilulion oithe
above suit, and are required to pleid accordigly.
GEO S. HAWKINS,
J. C. SMITH,
Ati'vs for PlaintiF.
Analachicnla, March 19, ls!4. 49--in


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Dirags, Mledicinues, &c.
A LAIiUE aid l'fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
cines, &c. consisting in part of the lollhw-"
in4 articles :-50 dcz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and hf
pt-,; 5 b,s Houck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil,;
40 ke.;s E,)s(Ii Salts; 10 bhis Copperas; 10 lbIs
Gum Opimn; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinite; 20 L.ondon Musta,',l Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs
Nutmeg,; 1.3 bxs Starch ; 20 bxq Lemi(n Syrup ;
10 kegs Pearlai,! ; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
Powders ; 20 lbs Englis;i Calomel ; 20 doz Sl ts
Turpentine., and a gener.4l assortment of all arti-
cles in the Drug line, for Country Merchantsi
Plxnlers and Physicians. For side by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.
Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGER-S, J,,urnals, Day Books, &c.
5:) reamns Foolscap and Lefter Paper;
Cotton Meinoraihduin Bo,:ks ;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks lor Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just icreived and f,-)r sale by
Marh 1 1IF. ABELL.
AINTS AND OILS---50 kegs No 1 Wt,it
Lead; 2:)0J iills Winter Lamp Oil; 300 glls
Linset d Oil; 50 hxs assorted Glass ; .5WJ lbs Put-
ty ; 100 assorted Paint Bru-he;; Black Leadj
Sanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
received and for sale by
March e t 1. F. ABELL.
Per Brig Tletamora.
UST arrived a beautiful as.-ornment of Gents.
Good, suitable, or the season, aonog which
mry be tfdund-
Fri?:ich Linen check and Sack Coats,
] Do do di) D'Or4iiy do,
Union Plaid Linen turning at(d tFrock Coats,
Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pantsj
U union Pluid 4 C .
Plain White "
Kremlin, lancY and striped Cottonade Pantq,
White, Linen bosom, and fancy cul'd Shirts,
Super sivined Caulbrick "
Palliieaf', Le-,hor%, Panama, Florence and Cana-
da Straw Hats,
Super Call Boots, Brogans and low-quar. St.es,-
lnc! Leather Pumps, Velvet and Mo Slippers, aid
many other Goods-all cheap.
MIIrv(ch ")i F. KOPMAN.


Ge(;rge S. Hawkins, )
A. G. Semmes, Attachment, Franltin
vs Circuit Court, Damanes
John T Smith. HS00.
rHE defendant is hereby notified of the inrti
Irluti-ni of thie above suit by aitachment; re-
turnable to the Spring, Term, 1816, of said Coi-t,
at which tilne he is requit,d to appear and pleid.
A G. SEMMES, Aty for pifns
Jan. 2, ISM). 1-tf


SBS ACOUSTIC IL!
Xj / THE OKY CURE FOA
^^[< DEAFNESS. ^

F o t.,e <'ife 01 I).A.. .. s t-'.w s, aud lhe
dcicharges of matter from ;he Eirs Also,
all th,,se dis igr,,eab'e n,,ises like ihe buzzing of
insects, lalli:.g ol water, whiz7inaz of steam, &,.
&c., which are symptoms. of ar: raching deaf-
ness. and also gtirallv attendant with the di--
ease. Mlny persons who have b -en deaf for ten,
fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to
use ear trunmpt-ts, have, after using one or two
b ittles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made
perfectly well Physicians and Surgeous highly
recomnmnended its use. For sale bv
J C ALLEN, Sole Agent
March 28 13-4mn for Apalachicola.


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of
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Dry Goods.
HE subscribers offer' fi,r sade a large and sea.
T sonable stock of Dry Goods, conaiiting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Cas.ameres,
Su!ier E'lglish ard French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, .9 and 10 qrs.
.DpnintQ TVromn-lirz.. nd P,"ff^,adeg
Brown Shirling and Sheeting,
Cotton Osrhabnrgs
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotfon Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirning and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirring and Sheeting,
English, French and Amnerican Prints,
Extra snuer, plidn and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Su'ier Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and f.uicv HkFs,
Soper Enlish and Pongee Silk I-kfs,
English and American Cofton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
L-idieq' Cotton Hose and Gents HF-hose,
Super Mirseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Colton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swi<,s and checked Mus2ms,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c
Which have been selected with great care in
qew York and Boston,.friom Importer., and Agents
I Manufacturers, at the lowest ma,'ket rates, and
re now offered at wholes',le or etail on favorable
.rrns by WM. G. POrrTER & Co.
N,,v. 29, 1S11. 41 W rtpr Otrppt.
" ;3B'-ON & CLAPP, 2,2 Water street, have
.T this day received perschr Helen, from New
rle-ins and offer for sale
20') galls Linseed Oil; 209 Ibs Putty;
10),) Refined Sperm Oil ;
5) b ,xes Glass assorted sizes ;
2:') d-z b'xes Fancy Toilet Soap;
-iO lbs "lTremont -rarch ;
50 kegs No. 1 White Lead;
10 Paris Gree'i: 10 do Chrome do;
10 Chrome Yellow;
100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. feb28 9


Lots. I B/orks\ Onw,,er.s. i Tax's.
4:) Caimphih l, 20
9 and 1-2 El C~dhon & Ross,, 1 6
IS H2 R. McKenzie, 30
7 and 12 B1 Wm. Mathersirassigns 2 95
4 29 Dr Meacham 40
1 J H. N. Morri, 80
4 14 David Sl,)m, 5 5
6 and 7 C2 Jacob H,veY, 1 6v,6
2 22 Chitter,en's Estate, 30
jO.', LUCAq, Sheriff,
and x-OFgi State "Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, Ja-'2", 1]S6I. 4-6m
BEING abowt .o close their present business,
the subscriiers now ofter for sale their large
and well select-'d stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, kc., at greatly reduced prices for
cash only.
COATS:
Beaverand Pilot Clith Coals;
Bl'k, Que, and inv. green frock and dress do.
Sattwet and cloth frock and sack do.
Tueed 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;
Saltinett and Tweed do. do;
Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do;
VESTS:
Plain black satin Vests;
F i'd do do. do;
Plaid, stripe, and fiz'd cashmere Vests;
-ALSO-
White linen and mu-in shirts;
Figured do. do. do.
Merino shirts and drawers;
Silk and cotton shirts and drawers;
Stocks, Collrs, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats,
and Scarfs;
Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton I Hose;
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats -Lnd
Caps; also, a very large ass-rrtment of Boots
and Shoes, &c. MILLER & Co.


Cabinet Worli Shop.
g'sS2KT t"HV sub.scriber is now in readiness
to manuftacttiire noew, or repair old,
2 IFurniture, with prormptnessand de-
spatch, and solicits the patronage of his old (pay.
ing) customers, and hbi;pye by strict attention to
orders to gain some new one*4.
PETER HOBART.
q^- Shop in third story of Brick Building, or.r-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.


10 bxs Cotton and Wo,,len Cards,
I case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saw.,
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water Qtrept.


Theos. Clark,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
S CONT1NUE' to carry on this bnri-
^^ ^ness in Apailachicola, Iwo doers b[low,
the City IIMtel on Centreti lirret.-
4 Z Havi g superior wi rkmen, lie is ',n-
fidpnt, that all who m;!y patr'mize him w-i;l fi" d-
they have called at the rig'l it slo;. 'rc:ihc C;lf
Skin and M,,rtcco, Hootr, or Sh,,es, made to order,
"f the Lt,-.s!t fasl',io! and most ;ip ,roved style.
All mending, &c done with ne,;tnes'- and promp-
titude, and on term;.' that cannot fail to be re-
cognised as in keeping with ne competition iii
trade and the closeness of the times.
janl7 3-6tI


Removal.
MTLLER & 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 I large ais.rtfnent of' READY MADE CLOTH-
INMI, HATz!, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c. &c.
Oct. 25, 1845. 43-tf
For Sale.
0 FiMK'N best D iry B ittprbetter known
20 as Latham't Butter." Anilv to
F,-b 21 NOURME, q 1'O E & Co.


'wlventy Dollar's 66ewrar FOR the apprehension of the boyH-JENRY,
who abaeciled himself t'run this city, on Sat-
urdav last, with-ut leave. He is about .50 ears
old, six feet high, bullet-heaid, d. and bald on t6,p
of hii head, with an ancient cut over the left eye,
which, with an impedin-:eit in his speech, gives
him, when he attemfils to speak, a curious ex-
pression, worthy the study of a Llvafier. The
above reward will be given fnr his appr-.hension
and delivery in this place, and all repison:,ble ex-
penses ptid. JOiIN JENKIN).
Apalachicola, Jan 17, 1S16. 3-If
ITIalta NanSkeesa Cottoan Seed for

I HAVE a few huo:dred bnshels of Vellow
Nankeen Cotton Seod tor sAel at two dollars
per b-ishel, This Se ed is the growth ot seed
imported last year fron the ishld of Milta, il
the Mediterariean sea, and were raised and ginned
on a plantation where no other Cotton grew.
The Sf'ed is therelbre genuine. Sampfles of the
Cotton can be see:) at the o'ti.c-e of Mpssrs. McK.xy
& Hartshorne at Apalachicola, and which are of
a su:)eror quality.
The eed can be forwarded by steamboat to
Apalachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate
landing.
REUBEN C. SHORTER, Sr.
Eufaula, Ala., Januery "27, 1846. 5-8w
*'Sans SOIllci,"
RESTAURAUT, BILLIARD AND READING
ROOM,
Corner Commerce and Centre Streets.


To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE.
T HR subscribers have opened a new TYFE
FL OUNDRY in the City of New York, where
they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for
any kind of job or fancv TyPe, Ink, Paper, Cases,
Galleys, Bras; Rile, Steel Column do. Cornpos-
ing Sticks, Cha-es, and every article necessary
for a Printing Office.
The Type, which are. cast in new moulds, from
an entirely new set of matrixes with deep coun-
ters, are warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and
will be sold at prices to suit. the times.
Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam
Engines ot 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, 6S Ann st.
New York, Au:-. 6, 184,5. 34-6m


On Consignment.
T HE subcriber has jst received from the
,na'1hacturers and publishers a beautiful lot
of Piper Hvingng4, Fools-ap a -d Latter Paper,
Day Books, Journals and Leers, Bibles, Prayer
Bo.)k1, etc., which he offers verve low.
Fe') 7 F. KOPMAN.


Baggiist and Hope.
500 PIECE- heavv Clifton Keqitucky Bag-
9j00~fging; 500 coils good Kentncky Ro;ie.
Also, 150 boxes Tobacco various bra'ids, for ,a'e
by LOCKHART & YOUNG.
Feb'28, 9


A Card.
W" ISTHING to close ,ur business in this place,
we are prepared to sell our extensive'stock.
of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at
u-usnally low prices for cash or citv acceptance
Merchants and others visiting this city, will find
it to their iltere-;t to examine our stock before
making their purchases.
J. STEVENSON & CO.
Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1816 janl7 3-tf
Boot3 and Shoes.
MBOYS and Men's Ru sset Brogans,
Men':; s.-w'd and peg'd Kip Brogans,
Gpnts fine C.itf Brogans,
WVn's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do.
Super L;idies' Kid and Morocco Shoes,
qiper Ladies' Gaiter Boots,
Gentlereies coarse and fi!)e Calf Boots,
A large and exte isive assortment, inst'received,
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.
On Consi,- sment.
0 CAS[C' superior Rice, n)w landing from
20~j brig Tybee, and (fr sale by
Feb 21 NOURE, STONE & Co
Pork & Beef.
A fT BBLS. Mpss and Prime Pn-k; 30 bbls.
4jyA Mess and Prime Beef', for sale by
"-Marc 7 J. DAY & Co.


For Sale.
0 BUS M SS PORK: 20 j hbIs No. 1
20 Mackerel; 20 1 bbls No 2 Mackerel; 10
bbls Fulton Market Bftef, for sale bv
DODGE & PRATT,
feb28 9 40 Water street.
Perfn'imery.
COLOGNE, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex-
tracts, Violeta, Jqssmrine, Amber, Portugal,
&c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Rose-;, &c.
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN.


1 HHDS. St. Croix Sneer,
0 20 do New Orleans Sogar, to arrive,
10) sacks Rio Coffee ; 50 do Java,
4 cases Hvson Tea,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo,
50 Mcttgd do. Brown's and Lobby's,
20 Snerm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap,
100 bats Shot ; 50 kegs Powder,
2000 lbs Lead ;'4 caskq Linseed Oil,
200 kezs Wlnite Lead, No 1, Exra and Pure.
For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PIKINTEPVS' FUR-
NISHING WKREHIOUSE.
T HE subscribers have opened a new Type
lFoundry in the city of New Yo'rk, where
they are ready t.) snoply orders to any extent, tor
anv kind of Job or Fancv ]'1 pe, Ink, Paper, Cas-!,
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 lett,trs, are cast in now Moulds, from an
entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counters,
are warranted to be unsnipassed by any, and will
be.sold to suit the times. All the type furnihed
by us is hand cast." The types fi'om any fbun-
dry can be matched Pt this establishment.
Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Engines
of the most approved patterns. ,
{ s Composition Rollers east 1'.-,r Pli.7ir;.
COCKRO'FT & QVEREND,
Dec. 13, 184,15, ly 6S Ann-st., New-york.


BY R. E. RAIMOND.
OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed,
Pickled and in, the hell.
WELSH RARFBITTS,
POACHED EGGS,
BIRD SUPPERS.
03 Private Supper Rooms.
HOT LUNCH ever day from 11 to 1.
Families and visitors supplied with Osters by
the barrel or gallon. March 14
Lumli'be r.
JUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Lum-
ber, assorted qualities. Al-o, on hand 50,000
feet White Pine, assorted from to 2 inch, which
will be sold low lor the cas;h, by
PETER HOBART.
No Lnmber will be delivered trom the yard,
after this d6te unless paid for-, or a written orJer
from a responsible person. March 28


ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.


Nov 1


Canvassed 1ams.
5 CASKS Canvassed.Hams, for sale by
WOOD & CO,
March 7 3-2 Wafer-st.
Ragging and Hope.
t on\fPI1ECE3 ,,eavy KENITUCKEY BAG-
10-0 GING; 50 Coils Rope; Also, 20)
sacks corn, for sale by


R ECEIVED pr ,ship Huron, from Havre, a
few pair of French" Boots, made by the cel-
brated Hurter.
March 7 MILLER & Co.


BI igging and Rope.
A PCS. very heavv Louisvilte, Man &
45tYJ Co. Bagging; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March 7 J1 DAY & Co.


BUGBEE & HOWARD,
No 7, Clnhrbus Block.


an3


Congress. Spring Water
UST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
March 21 J. C. ALLEN.




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General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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LI3ERTAS, CU :S TIT UT 10, ET NOSTRA 'A T It I A. = C see

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VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA SATURDAY -
APRIL 18, 1846. [NUMBER 16.

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MERCIAL[ ADVERTISER, I DUi iltroa ;Dircctorg.j l ro.fFiDiDII1Y ttfottcn* 30t tit -j' from the other, side !f Surprised and start-'-to-be read twice, and ilieti referred to Ihq,

WIISIIKD: EVERT SATURDAY BY I I: led, he raised .his hand to his forehead!. and Committee of the Whole on the state of tie

Slti0RT, II it 16tH JI .i N Ii j'FACTOR( AND K.COMMISSION S. ilau'ley, AW I SYDNEY GREEN M. D. THE HOURS.[ I from the sleeve of his coat a stream of half Union.
O MERCHANT The hours viewless dollars
JJ -- are angela jingled nut the floor. The
Cor. Water and Chestirit {err: May h, f..und at his residence, corner of That still upon
r.iUHrs Buildings, corner of street go plidins by. clerk, dumfonnded, ItrciDlYr: OF THK AMKIUCA: RETOLU
) looked the
rd
Bf' I April Centre and Hi h streets! the Mansion And bear each at: strangerand -
0< Tci meS and Chestnut streets. Apalachicola: Fa. opposite minute's record up -On the
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TIO National
but morning
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I101HP. Nov 3. To Him who aits on high. a single; eye upon o'ne side of his our
TEN MS. T. I!. & cTlI. Austin, face graced his before pleasant countenance. birthday, the 4th flf f Julj 1776, ivbeo Ibe

\t" Ij.-Thrr'e D.lhrs" prr annum), COMMISSION MEKCHA.NT5, Dr. A. \j'. Chapman, And As we one who by one walk departs among them, He fell( hack against the shelves, rand the n"clrtinn of Independence was made:

,' lrSetrrns;\ n Snare: cr f payment t is j delayed Water Street, (co- Ofic! over the Drugstore of B. S. Hawley, wee not that they are hovering, next iu*tant sprang towards his hat which. when the Committee, previously appointed

'1rlrl1l"v I f",U.I "rl the 4'YJIpt10n! year, FIVE DOL- _Ap lQchicola. Fa.I. (entrance on Chestti'it! street ) Residence at the Fur ever round our hearts. lay nearby, on :i pile of goods. As he was to draft that instrument, made their report
; coded.J hi.ue lately occupied, by Dr. Ballell.Jninrv l. about throneh Thomas Jtflerson and l whom,
Ass trill be D. Like summer bees that hover to plate his hand i upon it. :i giizzicat :) lIy
: fora | thin! i UGJIE. HARGROVE
W term HOWARD
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t(trn: 10, IS r16 I 2 tf it
H'J;ri)1Inn Around the idle from the was read, the ln-nse 1':1IIsed-llt'sil
.', ii'a'il'"! 1I1\rl.a1,1\' b- C'lH.d for flowers sprang inside, and darted out
:31 itis:j No pl ,-r will be discontinued until IIJ'bec is Ulo\vu.t, J. 2. Krovrii, Thpy Rather every act and thought, of t Ill' dour. With a single bound he cleared That (instrument, they saw. cut them off
IJnll":5S the ojJlinn of the COMMISSION: AND I FORWARDING Those viewless araerl-huurs. the. even from the of treat Britain.
! :y p..rlr..- are juiJ, : at ATTORNEY AT LAW, counter, and veiled [for help s+t the top mercy They
+ Mi r; It CHANTS.1 The poison or the of his yaw with prol'JIt'lic"isiufI all the horror ofa
practice in the District Ci.nrts of the nectar luncs) Upon opening his jaws a
propnetnrs.; ., a _QP a ,tit UP< {hvPlvP lines N.<. 7, C du.nbu+ Block! WILL The heart's
'" flower
deep
A 1" and
yield ; desohiioupassed
S )tarn -d State", and the State Courts of the cups tickling sensation pervaded his, mouth and sancuiiiray war-carnace
\ 11":1 JU,1 rv inrtcd at t1'J:. lullwingor I, Nov. I, lit At>.il ,chirob, FJ. A sample till tht y g-dfier wlfr ,
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1 Midtlle and in
I'HI' '1" ul' Franklin county ia the Western Arid !leave us in the field.jl with a violent effort to expectorate, he blew i swift review before them. They

ralt;: S.tualiel gcliflir.i Circuit. ont some dozen yards of blue ribbon which aw the prost eet nf hnving riveted more
... .... 'no t "';I ()1" m"1tll.J.", I I ; Unite in Tall] thnssee.Jmuary j\nd ?":" fly by on pinions
WHOLESALE AND (: | .
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=t1. RETAIL! GROCER streamed co. n rnnhP'tralrPt dY ehaftd: ( anil Meed *
01.\ to.' aids the door py *
... ..70";'I, fl.uW..lt! ,. ..: JIIJ' Of jcijoij.- geld and blue away like ucomnlCltlClrp'
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I"14. ;:. ,0.1'rtieul,attention ID, l9;+; 2-3m ,
0)1'(11. !"' ..i'll' rv.\ \.1.'!) paid to p-ntii. ; up family, ; And some drag on with drooping wins : pemlart.a. ins limbs the rlinins of slavery. The. house

r.T.vl.mtln.r.r nIl t .. .' ..1 OJ.t O'i 1lrtJIm..1 no) ]I steanah.Lt No.! -I':) Water aid) ship street:tole, ;. I I li. E. O\vvais Of sorrow's darker hue. J'lIlake the whole when you've done seemed' to waver-silcnre. deep and solemn

fi3-tv! .n''a"U 1 '11. I h evl; l'1" n'Jrti! -r of 1U*l"r- der-20 An-tUchimla; Fla.Islet ATTORNEY AT LAW But still they steal the record, that puffing n:}' friend," said the stranger silence reigned thionuhont lhe hall; | of tlltj
,.J l hv l II u', are iu ,cct to exception!) > 'inuy
l01' ; nr .r.nb I II Ncwrov Dale County, Ah. And bear it far a\V'IY- calmly. pat capitol.: Every coni.tcnancr; jndi-

iIOIlII) toe! shore rtl": 'Ir. Perry, January 10, 1 h 40 2-tf J Their misian-flight by diy, or night Take it-: ke it, and go !" roared the cared that deep mf IJirui"n.I at \oik ; and
r0th' ,,In ilvjffue bv fie t year a liberal di.sliiu I ECEIVING] FOUU'AKUING AND No intigic power can ttay. clerk .the solemn resolutions. w'ereraillnhtVrdouie

1'11t 1\111 n dJ: J'1t iI,1 tdvertisanents: tint I i CtJIIIIUIEBCIIAXT! REMOVAL.W. And na we spend each minute The stranger laid) the the energy. At this fearful ciisi: when the very
tIV t 1rtl to.tVir o-.vn b-nness.: : aiwn No. 4-2 U'jttr street, G. :M. Davis Thtt (nod money on
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s ir to is hath gu"n, rolled cE"! >tiny of lla. (''HII'rl't'IIIt"11' lo besuspended
I> V counter, his ribbon : -
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'rtii'ntt3S'1trnbythetn, At.al.ichirnla, Fa. "he deed up very quietly
Id\.llt I I"ill known
\ ATTORNEY ire bi'-fore His tbrone- :
; y. ch\ tr'd 1t the un 11 r ltc;. AT LAW, The tale! 'n told in Heaven. }himself picked up his !half dollars, and upon .the action if a moment thopilenco>
.r. it. & j. nit HUH[ (3-: Office: in Flovd's new Euddins, opsirsite walked nut -the piii.fnl silence! was broken. An :,gedpiTriarrh
di'If
p.:1 tf'ith.r '
11u.d i
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'I'i 1' ;IIII:1 t No. .1'3 Water street, A. G. Sc unlcs, \%?. ouR feel, too tft, when flown: the] prol:riel'lr who passed the stranger on form, IJ'H head: white pith i lie frost of many

-. -. --- !o.. !, 1t 13. APALACHICOLA, FA.D.ivirt That t>-y have left their bltiya. the I threshold. ;'f'i1rs. lie cast nn the a"semlily a look cf
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IJ teins Qfmtoi\t :>. G. Office, .,b. 2 Capt. Simmon's Breilrlittg- So leach m", heavenly Father, It's the Devil !" rnan' the cleik. ine\prrss-ih'e inteiest mid nnconqnerablo;

--.- .' --'. ::- .-.=-.- --,_- Rancy, cor. ol Ceutie; ii Cotnrnercrstrets.rov5 To meet each fl'iIiour/ 0h in !" replied dl other, "that's the) ierminniion I ; while on his visage his liu*
-- Disitfi eV.. :OMMISIOX V- FOH\\Y1\JIHXG: .\IEP.CllAXTAD ; That a- :h"y go :hey niny not show FAKIR, OF AVA !" of tIP v. a-i Inch in ihe burning patriotism,
J.M'I n. : Rajt r; Apuljcbicoh, Fla.
Ii l j oJC-: r.:,\LEI-t .\ GOODS, .My neart a poison flower.So tFrtm fired, his< rheek.

Caao! ISo-jcrs. & Co., No. -\Vateratreet.: : (. J.ATTORNEY.. L a.vi, \vh-T Death .' TIi '*
bring its hddows, [ M nrn 's National Prss ] rc is. said he a tide in the affaire

CoIMIJLu.\{ A street,11ERC11AN, T SVaUT Nov G Iv A't'ilrtrhicnla; Fa.RKTAII. AT LAW Sh-j'l The lu'Jrsihat' linger \II nl THE I MAN OF LEI S Y It t: I of "men, a nick e-f time. \Ve perceive it

.''r:17.: 'i1 o\"hr'lir'.h. Fl.S. r1'tttis ct.oIttll] I BinbrR1.e, (Decatur Co.) Ga. I Unfetlereil b.Mi: my bv hop-sen the (pafPLAUVG ai. ,;el 1 vvings Yu'lIl'lels: ,' not forget lo a,k the plare now befoie Ui. The noble instrument upon .

WHOt.S\I -\XD I'I ALER IV (r3- Will .)lferid.|'motnaiy!! IheSuj! rj'rCrnlrf ----- --- ---:-- -. .. for Inc sir.' said :a pale blue eyed boy as your table which insures immortality fo
Ua\ol';llu'J, SHOES DnYGOims.cr.(> nilNG, HATS, Sc.c of the fnU'itifs, of Early! Bak' and Deratrre uf I he brushed the coal of the man of leisure its author should be subscribed iliii; very

FOR11'ARl\N] i U COMMISSION: .ieuf'./n Cu..,!;. the South 1'deslern, and of the county ofThnmds I y di'3Ci11anrouD. ii'i his Ioii'iit.s.CYnainly: morning by every pen in this house. He .
;MERCHANT j o'fI! Ct,...toot- Irrei.A nf IW' v'lithprri (:'irruit.W who rant ,
I !Apalacliie, Fh. n+av'i.lolls THE b ;, hot,' said l\I r. Inklin. 'I !b:11ILe : I will respond to its accents and

No. Y J 1Vtttrmet: I J. C. AllenVh'jl" eiiibo, One ADVANTAGES( going; that, way; in a day or two.* strain every nerve l., tarry into effect it? pro-
\J.lllducjJ) ) Fa. nijjht; dining ihv! Life extreme, cold vi..iun< 5 iq the
of Herman.
\ Did unworthy name a
rte anil f Ki-i.iil: Ti-alcr :n ATTORNEY AT! LAW you ask for tin- 1 place) for me, yesterday
r f;" L.'rl: .\h'3'11", (s In ldr 4m r."i'lnplt: y DRUG.MEDICI; S'n<. PAIN'TS, OILS, ALBANY, GA.ILL weather. it' ore of t the ;places)! known as 'calMi /I' said the pale; boy, MI the (allotting Although; these: tarry hairs must r desryid into

t tl", ';, luciiJj 1.1 .Itl.v O.ieari-, Ne.v Vor'j' or GLASS, DU-IIES&c.&c.; hotels for wlijeli our levee i is so celebrated : with the sepulchre. 1 I would infinitely rather
practice in the'I r:11 Cmirta cf the day, quivering lip, Jis he performed 1
Lie 'Int. It' ill-O, r l, arid which
FoCI
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r. n! .'1 orntra! ti' O irtmcnt of' South Western Circuit, and Thumas and .that cl-iss uenerally frequented, JI i the ame office.No t hey should descend thither, by ih,;hand of
by cf
ll. F. Afcell, COCKS, Bf.A N'KS, .STATIONERV: fee &c. Ste',valt ((..IUtU'.iII : the ; persons who come under I ,' was tha answer. I was busy, butI the public executioner, than desert at this
heads of "loafers'
W It:0 R : r\lL, Cur. of Centre A: Commercetreets .- =r. ,, iSJ'i.l 31-tf and! tvli.iif-nits'' I will tu-daV.' crises l .the sarrrd cause of my country.1 ."

iJ'\Lf.1 iN ) ti':' .. "'I'] :'.);'CNr! i>\ PAINTS. novj Apd.ichicola! ) Fla. -'--- -. -.- there sat 'solitary and alone an individual Heaven' "help my poor mother,' tnnrmrred -1 1 j The 1 patriarch sat down), and) forthwith the

IJ'1. ;. 'a.14) \, ', & ., & '. 1- Advances. whose ae betokened I hat he was not I accustomed the and declaration was signed by member
;abII'', boy, gazed;;+ tle.vily on the centlr. every
,tl -1.-'uerti a--'.rtirit..t of Statinery. MANLTF\CTtJinil; AM U DEALHR) IN THE Subscribers r-scontiiHie, malt advanrp: on to enjoying his own .Mieiely. 31] lul..Illlaid; in hi* hand. present. W'howasthat venerihlepatriarch1.
C.r. of Ciitfatnut and W.ti' street"t ttor, consigned to their fiien.ds ihe atmosphere ul'lire. base
; t r at Liverpool -room wars rein CAUIMir: ; Trie yon answer,
FUIIMTLJRK.No. :. boy went home. Hf to the hungry -
\ } It 1 \ ,11! t-Sir.-l 1. V"aI Ildvre, New York and B".fllfl, lent of the furies of thai nectar of ran -
f a- 44 U'aterbtr."UpMairs, {imageries children: with a loaf of bread! he hid: I of New Jersey, whose nnme; is to bo
D. .
"n\'lr. Ai,UchicolH. B. WOOD t Co. yclept Tom :+nd-Jerry and the ,
Fla. can found the
!. U. Dtl'dcn | : Dec .1 2'J Water earned by brushing; the gentlemen's coats among signers of the Declaration

s Nn. j Ctilun bns IhDT. lllldm15! Lt Rkliii't! & Young, lr.-et. rile,that shed a mellow light through the Miinkr S. at, the hotel., They shouted with joy. lodI '1 .the Magna] Charta. of our nation's independence.

R 'J!),1 1" !t'\. Aalachicob. Fa. C0:1I111SSI: I O NT: and F O( R WARDING Advances to New Orleans.LliSEKAL had been caused by the number of I his] mother held out her emaciated; hand lora Yes. it was John Wiiherspoon a
MEUCHAN I I I'S. ; Cj.!h Advances made .,n con
I: !roar*. H. H Stone, I H \\. Uiooks! No. ;tV.iterM.rect, Cotton or ether ;j'pnliire to NewOrlcMnx. ,, 1 former, vl:irnrs. Oor friend), :hlJu:" indif- I j j ficp. Church, a lineal descendant, of John Knox,

: nr ip, Staiie t CD., nov.'JO Ai)idcbicli! Fla. Per U. J. DAY 5-2 Water& Co. itile fcrenfly, ; well dressed, bore about him that !I Irnthc'r., clear,' said] the! vans Mr.: Ink- the great Scotch Refonn'r.51'[ etch of the

C v) M:[ ::11 I :S: SI t 10 N M E R C H A N T S, Vi.V.. SIMS. W I. \.. (HEEVIr.. i st.Advances. st'rver-with(:rihahle air which impresses the ob- i j lin thinks he can get me the place and I II lice S. S. Templeton.
the idea of fellow who 1
No. -10 \V.tier.tart, '' a would! j i shd; !! have three meals a ihii k
day ; only OUR PRESKKT CO 'Washi .
Sims V- Cliccvcr, 'I' tind'r-i ned will make I stoop to :any low trick to the i GnEss.-A
v l .\ 'aUchic-ola! Fit. liberal advances entrap unwary three
meals! and
---- ... C O :11 1taION I I 111RCIIINTS i THE) C<,Itu:: cuiiijried i to his Iriei.d in New He had been in the habit; for MKII-: time) I!IlIIulher. ( it won't take me Ic D correj-pondent, makes the following atnti
"' I i I {:- O.He: ?, No. ''j Cuhtinb'H' R'.iilJmgs, ,thief minutes lo run home and share themwith sing synopsis i of the helerogenous
; back
ltjlnin: w:1ui: : York, Loi-ton( aid; Provdenc : by his 'science.): of winning' whatever cognomenzation -
Cy1'.lli I -' f < i .V M! i iitc11.1NT I I decl I ,Apilachicitla Fla. '0- WM. T. WOOD, dimes or Irilf-dimcs: any one c'n "tlIJe in- \ou. of the various members constituting

.V I I.r.1t\ r Ore.t-U.t.. .\ir- tO: 1iC & 11ol'ac Nov n:) 42 \VII terAdvnuccs. 'rIPt-t. allied to stake. On this night, lie had hid I The morning came, and the pile: boy'* that honorable body, known as .the Congress

9),: 1 l.lSf\ ). AMj.iss; "I+ic(i4, Fit. I no cnsrulllt'ls-funds low tin vnilc': '11'MIbled with eagerness as he asiedMr. 1 of the United Statis> -the body-representa .
---- .----- COM MISSION \lE :CIIAXTS. weie : 'night t Inkli.i if he had applied fur the !
I I place. rive of the
collective wisdom
;:l Lr.A,1 D.t L.: I A\IKL J. DAY. No. 13, St. Cb are Street) r LIE snb-JcribiTs couiitinnc, :as htrc to ore, t to was wealing away-and he was bout, to depart ; Nut yet,' said rhea man of leisure but of our common
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I. i make liberal advances o'i Cotton) consignedIn when I there entered a long, dandling country.In
J. O-iy & C!)., l"Ii-J fIe 1I1S.J there is lime euuu ;h. I
the address cf! their friends In Liverpool NewYork looking; fellow, with straight; floe lllclclll I the present Congress we have ona
Co1S'It1\: i }11'): !: c 1 Ii A N T.s, J A*rJr.r.\O S. Coo u. A.io. HOSN.J Boston. C. oll( The( cent I hat morning, was wet with tears.Another White man two Black fn.lv Drovm
ROCSnCo.. nJf
or
t..-t, ", wool hat set far l back Oil his head) and a; I arrived. men
No. O'J Water strTt, Oct. 2.) 47 Water slreef.EXCHANGE II1l1l1f"111:11.: morning and one Green titan one Bright man and
though cap.iciotis; enough
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>'4 5 .ilciic6h.: : FJI.i f : s. P. Fai'i'ior, had} by accident freak of I It I is very I thoughtless in the boy to be nnrStrngnrlnandone Young man. The
or .1 I nature; been
\'"-i, .\;".Iti tIn thi" 'ErtIa) *ararcrCu.'' GCNTRAL' KKOEIVI.NVr.I FO:: WARDING kCOM on Ne.v York.: irr-nle: by I so I Lite,' said 1I Inkliu. Not a soul hereto fishes are represented by ;a Sturgeon-the
pi.iced more on the side of his fare than i infront.
'". i S.; DAVFKPOUT.Anril '
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"Pr.t-ti.m MISSION' MKIJCHANT .
[ 1 i I" !italic GJ iiiJ ilia HartF : I brush my coat. birds of the air Alartins
three
:" 1'1'1" C... iI4r1f"d C.a: :u,. 1) Juiuinbuf.; I'lock: 1 11. ft''J Water; .-treef. f He was dressed in linsey dyed of a Tin child by ; the barn
; came; at length, his face swollen l
fowls
; Cocke the horses
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novf! Ai .L hila. Fii.! diity yellow color and his) "truwst'l 10IJu I ; by a -
Ls. r'2'{: !. 1.. D .Z a :1CIlCty:'. whose !lower >vith weeping.I ; and the vegetables by a Leak and a
AC r o :: 11 !D t: oi :.11 s.s i o N T. J. S \"''.lr.tJ. M. M. BUTT.Si TH!>i subscribers as Agents for th. Ba'ilc; ofIkcl extremiiies only reached tht I I ,am sorry lo disappoint you,' said;+ sit r Root. The workinginen's interests:
id" his socks, him, the are represented
MKIUMIx: I r 'if'vtJ A: Bull, ie-k top gavB;+ nppeariinceif ; '
;\\ arc prepared purchase hills on) man of leisure, but ihe !place in Mr. C.'s Baker -
by a and
Suwyer, a ,
:'0. '! Columbus Block, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. New Yi.fiv; I3oitiiri, Provid'.ce, Philadelphia I orChiilcston urinntallrrthau he really was, although I I ;t"rt''ai l.iken yesterday. two

-.f.. .:. it.. A 'l n'hicob, Fa. No. 30 Water Street, : ai.J; d.: ck on Ne.v York: in sums t to he stood! full six fuel in his Slud,ill:'. A 'i! The! buy su,up herl 1 drubbing, and burst jllilltrs ; the mechanical iniere u by five
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Smiths
--- --- --- -- ----- one IVrihlrt. one Taylcr one {Webster
tltcl t Auala hir'rat,1; Fla.Av 1 suit .p'rri.ter3. ler' wanning him elf. lift called l for MHIIIJ j
lIas'i icl' chi Ua.ue", ilfl'+'>h into i ears.; Idon'l raie, now,' said that is [ retaifiieal-
i'ov i j ( to ; Weaver;) the !
W\I. G. FOilTEI & Co. liquor, i in a voice i which, coming i ; trout Insno.se say
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(0.j! ry t V. .Jones. heMibbing, we ;as wellst.irve. Mo'.hj -
tII5SIUN i ,,Ilhiti.1N'r5 J : -- -- | may ers htt"t'e Chapmen the wood cutters
;
sounded by
like I, ,
i < 'Eir"lNr ECTb Tii7"und'ri t hit (ones of a toy liariiionicon. )- I '
-U liUJEIiS:: & a .l\is.| isi.: ; MtiRCHANTS, i T U\M : .- : i' rKdJLJ j cr i- dead.
<), : a ChipMiin.; There is a cotiHdendde spice
His i
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No o'l Water tre/M.Drc t. i whole :appearance that; !
.i.;'iiti ((1l't : havtet-a appointed; hit 4;'.ctur of L'nilT ; The man of leisure was shocked, and he of in this for it
royalty boasts of
Assembly
1'J I Fi.W. of
dtrhicoh. 'nn.
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N' :: fur FiMimiia: : : County offurj his ,reen
.rr\L ,
: .. servicei
> IfCOMP.1NY, to the gayIlJc pale boy a dollar.i. .
I no less ihan; .three Kings. The ]Indian
IJf 11! (_;lyat ..V'rd l""rJ:. A. t 1.C.. )liaiu w p'I"ll1'ili tint vpicity, and will attend I lo all The Tliimblerig! .er set him down fir:1: arerepreseturd
'..J. ,1 tVter jtr: .", durit-s appert:iiniiilobJidu: ; .uin'a.t!: : ie! may .' 1 J reo ::'.J1 I S; S; I lOX :IERCHANTS 1 I I bo In'1l3 I : Seaman and: ri B'jwlin the
,1 1. j tat j ;. .\ il i<"'ucnU. F. t i I I dt 22 Water street.M. rem.ukt'd.VrlI ih.it he ihoiiL'ht ; sports an by a
; : !h
_. religion miili; a good
- -- O ::3-v.i No1" 4 C'jlutfil.iK 1 J liuiHhgsN .rcii, 2S' JAMR OIBSQX. H o,rlrr': ;
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C I \':I 1'.ri1r claIO: ,, .n-. J I. tsi. I"). Aod-jeliiet.h I ,' Fn.Yui > stranger, ii's cold and il.nk'itit t ; thing, and meant lo look into i'. An :-inx- i is ei.ted by an Altlot and Ciozier
'J !l1 II'1'! : : :C'lT 4't'l) 11':4LL: R --- 'CtllllI: : [X3PFCTOnThe mul-ixi ned I snj'pose we play Mime small game; io pat; s;; i inns friend+i brought a cict; ; .tiin.'i: wit It hit t''. repl a a
lo: :1.; t' ,;.J 1.1 i !) ( ; :OCU \ I II l Knnbruu, 11. U. Klluhrul1g l. \JL I h, ivinij% been appoi'ilod; Ins( >ector ol L+nt.l:et r ;11Ihe time ; :at the same; 'lins!" !fingering, (t He spoke tenderly, but seriously: to then : Purist soil: a BrU ; the ini::ici.ius; by a Hurp-
'\'ni. 81. r'-i inbj-: : & Co., for she of .; 'aI er ; ihe psritc noblesse by Utntry; .the medical
1.3 C'ILI.O'! + BI"k.W""f >n-i : County !Franklin, oflerhi* services to farce: ly a dirty pack of cards: !that lay (I+I suH'errr. of eternal! truth.
COMMISSION'1 I & F'MMVARDINGMERCHANTS.' 1 the pobhe ill that; cjp.icitv ariii will attend ID all I the table nt which he \vaj Htiing., Linsey j Call to-moi'iow saul the of !leisure prole-sions by 'D otllhs ; the c-mdle! makers -
"urn 1.ArM' 1.-). man; ,
I
I I I I duties appertaining: losiid artt'ofntment.COilNELlUS replied : by Wick ; the l..w by Cunstablct'9inl a
, U' O.Tice, No. 'J;-> ,'/.tlcr street-Up ,.f :i. t ii. a'arier V (;o.i 'Irnri'f: say, stranger ; I'm, all the way: Tiiat night the man of (hesiiro died.
j 1)3\L.L) : .o 1 ; t; ,. .1)i < .\ ,1. \DIJS5rO: \i r Liberal advances ; Fla. >->. J ISl.r$ from Hiiiliti I I! and I've I heain tellon I! folks -' year ; the only liver. 1 believe, ihat is represented -
i,
!j on cotton rn'' ;iied t to "
:Mro'\ r:5 their friends: in New York, Jo ton, Liverpool orHavre. \Va"liu-aoll Count). in town ere as keen as briars, ant,! I'm only_ FELIXA IA. it I tilt Hudson; but among I the

Sir NoH Wctc t rc.t.1 t.I t. NOV. 1 1SJ- TeX CULLUC[ 'I'OU'S SALE.WILL a cid.ir naji ; how>omever I aloft kerr if I Ido "" follow ng :+imu>ing scene in the dis- towns there are I wo Ben'ons. three Clayton

I!\1 _:J\__ ___. .':,,1acicrla J F.t.Wasi. -- [ be sal i.n the second Monday in Sr P- {slat p'.uvideJ 1 undcisiands. all about it rus-ion of ilie River iind ELubor; Hill on ihe( CIne Dayton, one lluntingdon, and one Buf

r 't'Jao !U:1- Preston, 'er next, ( lltli) at the urt-honse bcforeli.i Dili I is (from a Liiilliimiie paper : fin.!ton, one Cranston, Hampton, Houston,

T. \VouE COM MIS 31 OV AVO VORWARDINMERCIIANi t G lor, at j UiMche's 11 till', in Wa>bin:ton cciunly. 'That's i iI iglii, says Thimhlt'ri: 'we play, 11r.\IPCuunel) nioveil l lo strike out the Pcndleloi. JUaulton. The h..rcl.llol1t'Y men
1 CU11Mlsslr I O '' llRCU.\-T i 1 within! the usual hours of .lle. l ,
lhe
: fullosvin. proprrty '- are represented Sterling :and! P"ce0 tile
fair, with aliI the advantages ill, awl! if you enacting section of) he: bill. He said; I IS he
:;u.1: \Vater to wil : '
suet' 'APAHCHICIH. beat me. \vhy f: well and! good and there was iipposed lu .the cOfmpll stupendousoutrageous meteorologists! by Starkweather; ihe agricultural
,
0Y'). F"iir hundred and i !,
A..l-tf'1I1YI1"! Ft. OJjcc.No. 45, crmierVit -r , of it. of .this bill. Miu-h lau
h-
moie. n ess (
Alasar r n.) il.iri.-r E ,itranci on) Che-t+rit street. ,in llolinrt's VIII.h Ievu-d on ;as the piopeity; of 1.10 g foresters i J Ioo. ?
D-r CJL I'nATr.Iolc O't; 2., Isli.' jOT the e>tje? of J.icol) A. m.'cl\\\t'll' and to bo sold Well, ihe.m) terms i is {fair enough, and; I I ter.) lie was+ not insinnalini;; against the ny; a Woodwilh.a H.y-tcood. a

& Pratt, for: the taxed for I the year IS 15. : ain't" the fellor to ravori or inaki* a I'MSS when Committee that framed the .Bill ; but judging Woodruff a 'Witodu'ard, a ; and in-

5'!PI.N.i.: Clay.IIIU\ll:3C1I ANT', 1)1); I'I"t .Alu A; Co., AUo, uw: hindred and sixty acres of land], I ly- ["agrees lo a; thing, fiuiii the stall,' ass Lit t I-, 'from the great number of applications; teriril impovemenis by a Wood bridge

-0. I :UF.\CrURFjn 1 IN TIN, IRON,COPPER t i i'ig l on Hickroy Hill, I L'vicd(! on a< fie pr periy "! bey ; whal'll, sun play t' for Lake Michigan; ; ), long John Wenlworth There lowVhal! republic in the world

.v22. 4) Water Str et t, I UK ASS, &(: IJI irk-tone, and to be suld for ttJ.Xfi What du you say 10 'seven up at a; mu:i have stuuet.lung IUtlo with it. ( Pointing can boast: such a COII rt'ss. See them all
Apibchicfth I I Fa.S A I.so, D K ALE H S IN for t-JI year 18 n.1411 at WIJI'k.'hy one would think O.ey could
dollar; a gaim-; ? replied, Thiinldeiig, as hisp'es : his forefinger 'utvu'dS .\11'r..) Appropnations -
hardware, StoveIInt.i'iin.iuid: J IlJl.nedVari'3, AI : forty acres of land, !lying in Holmes* cut, patch buy fight, !farm snd work
'up
tcK..y had been made fur Lake Michlgai,
gh C o n1 LII U'r-Inru Iran, Steel, NtiK Siilcs, Grate Bars, VllIcyevi..d) on a; the property; of Job) G. Rusand ,, his certainty nuking, ( Oregon all right, in five minutes! : '
{ '" ION' M EUC H ANTS, StunK,*t lli-s a-nl M.lls, and: other to be sold t for the taxes l for;, the year 1S-I5. expenses.A ju.t l tai if ii ian;) round the whole world, when I

t .M Water street, C I.iqi: : ; ;alp' Ch.tlldl>!y, &c. Alan, tony acres of lind, King. on Bear Creek C, word! of the sort's enough, old hoss it vitas not in truth any !longer than long [Saturday Evening Post.FALSEHOOD .

-._ __ -.a', 11!, ir.u! -nla, Florid. Oct. 2">, IS1J. APAUICHICOLA, Fa levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant and tobe put up your) money, says I.Ilht-v, at .ihe 1 I John himself (roars of laughter.) lit11"( --Between man and wife, a 1

D. B. Wood & Co. -- sold f fur the year ISIS.! same lime lugging at a long;, leather purse I 2u1 c(3.: ) would brio, in a bill to give every system of concealment, pft"iJricuinuond, I

{L.UL; )., WILLIAM Dlc-r.y. J W. HAMMOND.Dickey Al+o, one hundred<1 and sixty acres of land, l ly which lit had; ) in his !pocket. Thtmbleiig I I lire while III lit O'U; acres of land ; 'for tlpd I o falsehood is oat; Duly culpable and wicked .,
l\lqIU.'J MERCHANTS, & Harniisttntl, in; ii: H il)lr1es' Valley levied 011 as the propertyof !laid dovMi dollar of it lea down the FullsNiagara
\.2. Wttrr ; a ;+ which he had no sooner enough .if' of bin it must sooner nr later lead! to the de-

---r i Apihchicola Irrrl. 11.1. SHIP AND) FAMILY GROCERS I the Henry year 1 Ahrens&!;. and! to be sold for the taxes for done th'iii Lin.-ey cooly! put it in his !pock: and !lift the biggest Hills( in // 's Mruciiu.i of every ihing, like confidence,

-; :J2 Water-;rterl, Apalacbicola, Fa. JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff f't.s"Jilig.V II, that game's done, wh.ii'll Country ( I're+neuluuautulS of laughter of all h.arlllllllIIr fe..mg-uf;, oleein, respect

'Pltoti.: L. .Uilclu l. Ocfnh-r IS, ISIJ'2if t and ex-u.liciu State Tax Collector.March you play next ?l' I throughout the whole House.) and affection. Ala for that condition N

CCLiy1': *f"r.. Vo.lWAitDI: AND 25, 15 40. lo-Gin Bill: says Thimbleug, 'we've not played )1 r. Chapman, then made ;a few remarks t of existence which is m.ide up l of d.tily and ti
II.
CJ..I\I! '1.0Ij: CIL\XT, It Taylor, for he i dollar yel t !' Mr. McConnell slated (in reply that he hourly illu-ir.iiions of deceit and treachery

S41T. 1,141 I?i.u. ;j7 Water .tr e-t, COMMISSION! AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT Iluvaiia Sczars.Per 'Yt'! we have ; f jihyeil, the advantages( detested the contemptibhr spirit' that. would -alas; f for (lie miserable beings who 'are .

_. A-JitJ.tChlcolt; Fl1. : lJE-5T Havana Segars, for sal e the first lead in speak disrespectfully of his u..ilve State- i
50,000 stc.ding wa.s: yon know. bound together for life, ;and who, nevertheless :
"l No. 22 Water-street, hy WOOD & Co, The gambler beat It t his He l wis I f.ivor, of Ills native State. If I he
} ers 4 .HHchcS, :\trrtl .1 :{? Water st. was own game ; m cannot bare .their hearts lo each otherclI1nut I
cMAIISSION I ; :MERCHANTS s !t'llv A'-ltrhirn1a.; and not liking ihelooksof tin? bitier-wuter' h h.id I (the choice of his birth, ho wonM. nothave I.-ok into each utl+er'e faces with 1 1at

No. 3- 1Vater Henry Ilud-cs, Ociavin. from Mew OI'h :UII. chap, quietly submitting to his loss. been born in Ireland and raised frankness and Confidence: -who. in briefare, .

.bnv n > -street, AUCTIONEER 1 A X J) C 0 M M I S S 1 0 NMERCHANT RECEIVED a-i above a chotcn select ion BA.NSO.THE iMi-ness making. II would have been the in the practice of falsehood. They are; inconstant
Apalachicola, Fa. and Provisions ; al I son bondage to guile, and the galley

,Lv.V YLtr.. WM A. McKENzIE 22 Water. street, APALACHICOLA, Fa.TR.11' : made fre' h up supplY in the of latest Spring,s'yle' anti, for Su'inner sale by Clothing, : FAKIR AoAi.v.-A Cincinnati paper I Should this hill, which he regarded as an slave ill-lined to his oar, must be happy IQ

stales ih.it a stranger stepped into a dry iniquitous; concern, pas I he' House, if Jimmy comparison, Avoid then as would
I you
\\'Ylie GIBSON[ & CLAPP
:lIcrteuzic, )I ooD. I P. W. CULLE.V., goods store on Fourth street, the other Polk half the he look him I he
CCx1II March(; 21 23 Water street. was man to > some deadly poison, every thinjj like fojse-'
r 0 N MERCHANTS[ Wood & Co., evening, and inquired' for home blue ribbon.The io he would,I must emphatically particularly hood,! or deceit towards the objects : our

Seat t i. Hn.aN- -12 Water street AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS BILLS; of the Commercial.Buik mk of Macon r polite cleik, cJl II'Jecl.lle. article a ht 'ure i and especially come the John Tyler nice 'li friendship or affection, for although ihe.decepiion S. _
1,)tl"chi'oh, F t. at par for Goods at the lowest cash the
purchaser who concluded+: to take it. (The members and reporters and audiencewere may succeed for months or even
niC.utel. 1. No. 32, Water street, prirPJI, by .AH the attendant leaned over to measuretho convulsed with hnghter.) detection will
.
; ltJYCI"S, Mach B. ELLISON & Co. years inevitably Jmt', and
CCTIOY EE It AND COMMISSION Nov. 1, ISI5. Apalachicola, Fa. ribbon, :a large loaf of brown ble:art On .the next day Mr. McConnell asked ihe betrayed and indignant victim, will. turn

MERCHANT, Liberal advances: made on consignments.Thebtrictest Rope dropped, from one bide of his vest t upon I the leave to offer a bill granting a quarter section with jealous horror upon the past, and'the

:QlI, I T. 3G. Water street attention paid to Sales out Doors.. 300 COILS, (for sale by coulter! Somewhat alarmed he started of land to every maid, widow and child fatal I policy. even if forgiven, .will. .never.,I,., be

t Is4s- AMAchicola! Fli. Sales at Store every Sitarday. mVrcbll D C 'YOO.CO" buck, aDd a big cocoanut fell at ,his feet in the Uuitod Slates. The bill was allowed forgotten. ; .


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The following i is: the r.apcr, to which reference with vigor, amt) the earliest practi-) \Ve take: the following account of a mail city charter and the bodies corporate who climax-and an unaffected, irresistible roar tion and exposition of them i-a d bifil

was made in the President's special cable period; and that the department: should i I robbery, and the circumstances that led to have acted under it, will no doubt find laughter broke from the crowd who had a good deal of time and atention, \hih

as having: betn transmitted from the know what means it can command in the its discovery from the Montgomery Journal: defenders. If so, our readers may be edified, collected to hear his last appeal. The \\iter intend:to give, at interval, as h
message course of a few months, that it may trth- MAIL ROBBERY.-On Tuesday of last the admit, or a$ his inclination.or the 1
War Department: to the Military Committee with make preparatory: arrangements: for ; week a person fishing near the landing of amused, and, probably, some: of them bene- snake mau stood ;aghast, very picture of opposition may excite impels him.interest"h'

of the U. S. Senate: : using them. It is equally important that it i this place, hooked up a handkerchief containing fitted. We hope that the glove which has utter amazement and wonder; but verdantas he endeavor to call At pr

DOCUMENT: should he at once apprised of the means | several bundles of open letters of been so gallantly and courteously thrown he was, a ray of light broke in upon him, \i public attention to .
him from
relation to the fxptdimclof increannz the I which will be placed at its disposal for the late date. In the handkerchief were also down by TAXATUS," mal be at once taken and he began to understand< that lie had appears to reflecting on the .pit/

f itarl Defencet" of the- Country.WAR -- armament, ordnance store, &c. now want- some weights for the purpose of sinking it. been most completely taken in. If the charter an usurpation, or, at lest,
of the any
in make a full Considerable This excited suspicion, and the letters were UIby some knight gray goosequill sumption of executive on the
to supply. powr
DEPARTMENT: : 7 :; up u_ .. his part of i ,
Dec. 29, 1S45 \ time is required to fabricate heavy ordnance, examined at the Post Office and it was dis- ," and that we shall have an argumentative doubts still lingered around obtuse intel- legislative portion of our

SIR-1 herewith return to you the resolution &c., and the preparations cannot be safely covered that they were from the Tuscaloosa ( war, conducted upon high-toned and lect, they were effectually removed by the corollary, an enumeration govenment some of ft,A.?

which yon sent to me on the 23.1) made in aniicipatien of the necessary appropriations. Mail of the 72th:;! ult., which had: been opened honorable principles, in which our little remarks of the crowd. flowing from this assumption must follow. tT"*

iust. The recommendations in my report : Some of the materials require on its passage by some one having in twenty-four shall serve as the weapon both \Vell." said he, after pausing awhile as I is scarcely _ecear to mention, { .
the President of the 29th ultimo have to be provided several years before they are possession a key of the Brass Lock" il n*
to republican that the union
reference to a pcnmnent peace establish in the best condition for use. The estimates Mail. of attack and defence. if to bring his mind to a focus upon thc extent executive functions age, in of leibti'e 1

ment. Under any circumstances: I am for fortifications, &c., already made, I The rascal must (as appears from the let of his wrongs-" Well its a d-n mean one and d-the same bodcharacteristic

convinced that our seacoast: and() northern have; exclusive reference to permanent works, ters) have secured at least 12.000. The "DON'T TOUWANT TO BUT SOME NAIX 1" trick, any how, to serve a feller. Here I've despotism an coruptionll, I

frontier should hive a larger fotcc stationed some of them not begun, and others in no discovery of the sunken documents was the A short time since as one of our steamboats had three niggers two days a-kelchin' snaix, monstrous feature in any government. lie ti,
have the state' of forwardness.Vith all practicable first intimation of the robbery (to the Depart rience and history of the world unite 1 in
on them} than they now or department : I was wending her way to the head of naviga- Proc4!
it will than \Ve understand) that several of the takin' a site of pains to get 'em without a that it is a
can now place there by any proper despatch, require more a yearto ment. tion she 'intermediate ing principle subversive of indifxfjj
at
'brought up' an
disposition it can make of the regular armyat complete them. Should the points hey "Brass Locks are missing on the route to bruise or a scratch-run the risk of bein' happiness,and pregnant with positive and

this time. The number of troops now in are designed to cover and protect be threat- Mobile, supposed to be taken for the pur- i port' between this place and the junction of bit by the blasted, pizen things-paid three ifiei mischief to the I body politic. \Vheth oiHjo
defence of them will of their mechanism and I the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers for the .
ened the
Texas, cannot, under present circumstances, depend on pose discovering dollars to come down on the d-d old boat, prevails in a great monarchy or a village "
be less indeed : works, and) these will require fitting keys. corp
.
be lessened. There ought not to temporary of 'wooding' or landing freight.As
I think there should he more troopson considerable expense. For these, no esti- -_-n__ _-_-u___ __ _-_'_- ---..-..------.------.----.- ---- purpose deck passage, at that, and the danger of tion, the principle is. equally operative (o etjj j .
she had touched the bank bow
soon as and therefore if
mate'has been submitted. The character bustin' thrown in-paid thirty-seven-and i really exists in our
the Int1i:," frontier. Should the suggestion precise up citjft p
of these defences be COfflUBRCIAL I ADVERTISER line' made fast and plank out, she was ernment it ought to be looked .
in the report, to increase the rank and temporary cannot -s-hmaifcents freight on the barrel-lost threedays' upon with dee

file of companies to sixty-eight;; or eighty-/ ; designated ; nor can it be now determined APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, -1846. boarded by one of those not very rare specimens work myself, and wore my legs a'most disapprobation. '

four privates, be approved by Congress and where they will be wanted. I would recommend --- humanity, a full grown, live 'hoos- a-trampin' over ister shells and In a late number ((13)) cf the Commercial Aiverier

carried out. there would be a disposable: : ) that a considerable sum for these c.-r Th following gentlemen are authorized ier' bearing all the outward marks and your ; you say the office of Councilman.

regular force fur the forts( and( fortifications( pposes should be placed at the discretionof I Agents for the COMMERCIAL: : ADVERTISER,and will brands which the' horn' sand-got your nasty fleas all}} over me a- our city. I is not one of profit when we e'tS.
and theExe.'utive.. Jf not needed it wouldnot designate' 'gieen bitin'-and haint sold) snaik! It's I
and northern ,
on the sea-board western recche tad receipt subscriptions, or advertisement -! nary a I term as connected with dollar-, and t
frontiers; but this force wouM) not furnish be used. In my opinion, two or three ?:- genus. Only wailing till time noise made by low life .trick, any way you can fix it. and this opinion are mistaken.. refb.- .,
i
adequate ganis'on in rase of an apprehended ; hundred thousand dollars might properly ESSES. MASON: & Tcrfu, William Street, blowing off steam had ceased, with his hat that's what a feller gits by bavin' any deal- members of you the City Council I !true tht&

attack. Besides, would require !some he appropriated for those objects. Jn case Xpw York.PAVIH drawn down oti his eyes and his arms firmly are not rtb..
months to raise: I the mm! in the old regiments : of war, or threatened attack, a much larger BRAVO, [>q., New Orlean: in's with your steamboat clerks and your hired and paid functionaries; but as tbtr

and get them in position. Should sum would be neCf'ssar\ "Win.V: f.HKKVRK, E -q", Albany, Ga. buried to the elbows ;n his 'trowser1oou'pockets. town people-the oulliemst set in all crea- i more ways of killing a cat, &c., so (the
.TAMES II. \VILSOX, E: ., Fort Gaines; Ga. oll
with favor. I still think Very respectfully!" vonrob'l sntV. he marched resolutely up lo the Councilman be made
this suggestion meet Major JACK ILlw1AEuf1ula: : Ala. lion I'll chop every snaix brad nfL ;1ndtaJ..e may to a w*
\ L. MAIS1CSccreurv cf W'ar.Uon .
should he to the President clerk of the boat, and in a loud, uncultivated other
given
that authority THOJHS II. lics'uw. -- 'em back home, for they shouldn'tcrawl money by means than daily cr quarto
to accept the services: of volunteer Chairman Committee on Military Affairs,Senate. 0:7: :: See advertisement of lost child, ini tone inquired, "if he didn't( want to buy a in no such a dod rotted place; as thisis pay. Under the operation of the principle abo'

companies, squadrons, battalions regiments another cal ii nui. young rattle snaik 1" The clerk, like most mentioned, members of the City Couulcil/ det
and State. troops, for a term not' exceedingone [From the N't>\\.Ylrk Tru Sun; April,] And the'green'un' was downright sav mine how reverse
year. Our situation nny be such .that, LATCH I'ROM KITH OPE. THE FARMER'S LIBRARY AND M0NTIII.yJOTJflYIAL of the boys' on our steamboats, being par- age. To appease his wrath, however, theboys" legisltn'ly the city i Ic t

for the mere purpose of defence, ihee volunteer By the arrival yesterday of the packet OF AGRrcUI.TuRE-'rlle April ticularly fond] of a joke, and'knowing his treated to the best the town afforded ; expended made -\\hat improvement! i.c. are to

troops or militia, to the number of ship Northumberland from London 9th nil. number of this very valuable; and interesting man,' immediately conceived a plan: by which made a subscription to his passage -executively they make the contracf.j: ,=
up pay
fifty thousand, may be needed. Un Jcr the we have advices from the British capital i is table. If some fun might be had) in these dull and empl"- the workmen, h many tnstanceslaksc
periodical) !' on our we thought. back homein the cabin and promised never -
direction of the Executive: the number actually three days later than previously received. ; contract themselves, or are interested in

received would he regulated by cir- The intelligence: will be found! interesting, that ;praise; from us would add a single sub ; unpropitious times of scarce freights and to buy a snake from any body but him, utively determine whether their own work itt isp,

cum.mHJCcs.rrh, present fortifications on and adds] to the anxiety for the news of scriber's name to the books! the publishers ; I low prices. Assuming an air 'as serious asa because he produced the real pizen: breed. perly done, and direct payment tothernselres

the seaboard as well as temporary defences, wh'ch the Unicorn will be the bearer. we would try to say, i ii an extended! Judge,' he'propounded to the snake man Having put his threat of beheading the of the city treasury LegisLtiveh they create<,

which must he resorted in case of threat- The British government were preparing notice much for it it deserves many questions as to the size, age, color and sahried office{ ,
be garrisoned and as as -more serpents into execution, he left our city on perhaps one fl.t autr-oriied: bb
ened hostilities, must ; send reinforcements India.
to out l.irpo to
the number I have mentioned, in addition The unyielding character, of the intelligence \ we could not. But so general and universal order of his reptile, gravely remarking, after. return of boat, with his barrel of dead; vipers, charter, executively they appoint !t cf tbe t

unless it was have been the of all his interrogatories had been answered own members to fill it. In .their I U' i
to our regular force, gieatly received from Washington,;; via New flattering notices taken in a much better humor than could have i-lativecip

increased, would certainly not be more than York is referred to by most of the Paris it: by the press throughout the country. that satisfactorily, that "he was not just thenin been expected, declaring ; however most city they determine. that they must have a bi

sufficient to put the country in a reasonable Some of them calculate hostilities the snake market himself but there or in which ta hold their
journals. \ on wasa char.xlr
it i i.i reasonable to the ... gittf ',
oft with Great suppose people, by roundly to the la t, that he'd never believe 3.
in
state security case war : between England and the United commercial house in Apalachicola who that it must be fitted up with all legi-Ltive i
Ur tain. On the northern frontier, where States. Others La Press, for instance this time, are thoroughly acquainted with, a d-d sttawhoal rlrrl; right as long as he appe
tenances
:
; executively they contract with
there are now stationed only about four think that; after all, there will be no war" the merits of the work-at. least as far as were loading a ship for Liverpool, and that lived, and that hI! hail rmde his frt and member for the execution f the a''dI.:

hundred and eighty men provision should But the general feeling was one of appre they can be made so by the representationsof j,*irt of the cargo was to consist of a rare last trip to Apirhrhirclti.; :' done, executively f and \\crkard, wk

be made for placing, on the shortest notice, hension.! others But the only to arrive atr.ny I collection of beasts, birds, and reptiles ; that ------ approve pay fur It T
that in Canada, which way grand Signior in his legislative deV
force equal to capacity !
a The of the notice" resolution :
passage' every thing curious was in great demand, [For the Commercial Advertiser.:
thing like a knowledge of the worth of
that frontier mines that the
could he brought to assail if in the House of Representatives created) dignity at! hi- officeor what ist'

hostilities from that quaitcr should be reasonably much excitement in England, and i is the the work to the Agriculturist, is to sub- and snakes, if they were the real pizcn, MR. EDITOR :- s-irne thing I : his personal comfirt. requires an '.
There is at this time would readily bring from fifteen to The subject of our Municipal G ivernment i is a'
apprehended. scribe for it. twenty tion .
subject of a long article in the Times. a 'd rraUqm>s to his domestic: Mix:
about seven thousand! regular; British troopsin The dork and navy< yards in England dollars a head." The hoosier.' elated with one of profound and peculiar importance involving hment ; in the dscha-ge; of his executive
Tin l1t'Tnr.RLrTlr.uT' MESSENGER
that I should' prefer in case : : as it does the interests:: and welfare of fu
province. were most busily engaged fitting out \'l'S-1 the thought' of what a handsome sum he even tion he examines and approves, an.] out of "*,
!
call in the aid of the militia Jb\'IEw.-"fhe April number of this
;I was necessary: to sels of war. AND : individual in this community, whatever may be
could make thanked the clerk
for the defence of the country, to obtaining On the 5th, the English: government was popular monthly is on our table. The contents profoundly his politics or condition in life. Its op' ration public treasury pays for them, and admiring c

the troops required by the acceptance left in a minority in the Commons. Ministers ale of its usually excellect character; for his information, and immediately set out when for good, command the pprrbation of u- lions applaud the tate. wid'II. perhaps 1 t

of volunteers, rather than by the resisted motion for into the for home, where lIe ordered all hands to moderation of the act. Between these .!u*,
a inquiry all and when fLr
embracing tales, histolica! sketches, noticesof : evil, demands lor its remed
present mode of making a requisition on the circumstances under which the Poor Law drop every thing else and go to ketching the best rrfictiors of tive specimens! of the union .'f I.-gnhtive rexecutive
executives of the States, and leaving it to new works, poetry, &:. all who feel an interest in functions in .
there
Commissioners had; called on Mr. Parkerto snnl es. By the time .the next boat one body \ is nrt
parsedthat the character and
general rf
them to raise the number required by resign his office as an Assistant Commtssioorr. THE ILLUSTRATED L\GAzl'iF.-The: reception }prosperity our city particle of difirence in ; That
&c.. though it i? probable ilia'i;,t way bound 'for this port, he: had succeeded In its direct action upon the happiness and prifcJI t
draughts, after! the i ihat IIK prosperity
I conducted
I inquiry/ i : t of the. April number of this work union may be made subservient to profit cani
in the most instances the number required into certain abuses in t the Andovrr Union in capturing, alive and unharmed, of individ'iaLs it is of far more consequencethan
conceived and "
served to remind us afresh of the absenceon readily ; hdet there can b*
iy: the latter mode would volunteers.. workhouse.! On I this point the Cabinet wereour.'OlerJ a barrel of the most poisonous serpents; the State or General; Government. This
Joitt t that thousands cf dollars of the
Volunteers would be likely to do more effective l of > our table of the March number. The ffnd being the fact, it local peo;
Iy a majority i 3 embracing every variety hue that crawled po es M a interest t r.uthorisim -
service when (first called out, than The London Time money market article present number seems lo abate nothing, in in his : ; a free discus-ion of .the !best mode cf attain mon y have been expended, with \n-ftt to mci
draughted militiamen. I would respectful 'digging'the; adder, the moccasin, bers of the Council as one of its otyert, iiJtl.e :
of the Gth, evening, sa3- the variety! and interest of its contents from ing its great objects, whenever individuals! ,
competent
ly refer )'ou to the acts of Congress on Ihis6uhject. the rattle snake, &c. Arc., of all ages and organization tithe rify government ur.dertprocut
"The market for English securities was depressed to the task, deem it
those that have before. and in the
[See "01. 9, U. S. Laws, chap. this:: afternoon. In the morning' an: appearance gone sizes. Having them placed on board the r.f-rps-nry ; charter Public di sat Ctilm h:3r"
----------- most effectual channel of
470. session of lE36 ; chlp.: 1219, session of weakness. became r\inent, but it was (U::?- \Ve ate indebted to Senators YD LEE boat, regularly shipped in good order andwell the communication vitl mined that much! of this money has bptnuI: 3
1839. .' Inwards. the close of public. I tru-t to be able so to direct attention -
more tu'ncss ,
] ev ie a I
ly or if it had
In relation I to raising Uili' mat, I eglmp.nts, minor .then beim current that a me!NI'e!! from the WKRTCOTT; for the transmission; to us conditioned, marked and numbered as ( to the subject that the former will naturally (xrrJanly eXjH'n.dJ ; Lu t'

-I: refer you to my views as expre sed in my Queen would be received by the Hu e of Comtnrns of valuaMi matter from Washington. in the margin, and to be delivered at the spring up as a cunt-equcnce ; and the latter object in ;,1 in-tances, julicicubly and cconnnio'

report to the President, aid I Ity him sent to to-night on the subject of America.. Con lion. S. G. HAMPTON, M. C., also has: port of Apalachicola, i\Irssrs.. B. & II,." can be obtained through the columns of applied, wt>Kld the course of f rorciiin s t
sols fell on the whole about one }half per cent*. your \\lach the expenditure: was authnn-vdte! \;!
Congress.In .. : thanks (for the document lie sent (as per direction of the clerk aforesaid.) he paper.It .
the la t quotation biZ! : for money i.r);jl| to J; ar.d our us ; [legislative? The tnrsarthns! 'to te partiH:
establishment I
reference to.the peace f for the account, '.Jj;>J to J. Alter the regular; allusion to which "' as made in our last, in paid his passage and took them in his own is well known to noM of your readers, that forested be fair :
would recommend two new regimfnis!: if may perfectly on tJnil 3 rr
I hours of business biigainiti3: ;: weie even concluded make iheir the people of this city complain, with unanimity
article from the Pensacol.i Gazette relative care, to delivery doubly certain.As iu -
the and i an but not of chanrter !
abe suggestion to increase rank file at lower price* than, t hose ready quoted pies; are they a whicij
; of the present companies should not be f.t- Hank Mock kit ofl'SOSJ! to 2U'J( ; three per cent; I (to the establishment of :Federal Judicial soon as lie had arrived here his (first inquiry only surpassed by its proprittj.ot" the great purely hor\"rhlc mi i ititl .uh if pfs44be! ,

Torably received. In the present aspect of reduced, Hili; to p 5?;, three n-id aqiurier' percent*, : Districts in Florida. was for the location of the above firm, and manifold: evils iiciJent; ( to tteir municipal avoid ? Do t they show, (ontr Jrv, to.tour fr

foreign anVirs, this mode of augmentIng / %| 'to ;; lunaf annuities I 10J(' ; I Indian !bond,*, -10s to government. This complaint is not new. It ha.* ne .
our having! found which, he presented himself ion, that public appr, baton:: is nor, in .II hn
the regular: force of the cannily commends 4-2s: prm: Sr.uih Sea new annuities 1<3S 3; and Exchequer TUP LAROEST LOAD.-The steamboat existed ever since the establishment cf the present -
: hills 32< t>> Dos; prm. with all the dignity of a man engaged in legitimate ces, deemed a sufficient reward forvatcl;-
: itself to my judgment.: These regiments Feylona, C:< --- trade slated the information he had
should tbee raised are lo be in
LATKR KINGSTON JA. The brieC. Columbus to( this place, brought thirtullhuntred ment of every successive government, whether
i is
: FROM That the allegation implied not a nr'
the to be raisedto received from the steamboat clerk :
addition to troops proposed : and desired of
llatfield Captain; Thompson, which arrived I and bales which, composed whigs or democrats-both parties;
the chain of to the Rocky fire cotton ; if one, but i is substantiated:: by the rrgvAir and
garrison posts
: that his snakes should be
yesterday from Kingston! .la. reports put at once i having given a common if not an equ il occasion
recollection is .the of Councilmen he se
Mountains.With our serves us, largest tant: practice our may
the hri<: Othello, from Curacoa, bound 'to I upon the market. Understanding the hoaxat for it. It extends to bth branches of the government -
this communication 1 send to freight of cotton ever brought 'to this poit every glance! at the city: accounts, a'dt I. prt
youa New York, as having touched at Kingston on i once, and determining not to spoil the : to the executive, for extravagance in its ,
: statement from the general commanding the 21st ult. with Circus After having! let (lawn once or twice nently exemplified( in t the report of t t"e prC'
a ; on
compati) administration-to the
fun, Messrs. B. & [II.] "regretted( that they legislative, for tIt corruptions -
the army, containing his views of the number board. 1 io her shafts, I h)' which she was disabled mcsf; the City Council published in rttt
of troops required to man :he, fortifications The schooner James Bertine, Johnson, while tin had,! just filled their last order for snakes and abuses practiced by member* of Council number of the Commercial Advertiser! nwLVOM
from rutiningfor a Pfi/tona,
themselves in the trivial
undertaken
fcc.With from New York, bound to St.. Andrews via f" but had no doubt they would meet with improvements siy the office f'f Conrril'mn: i is nr'rrnfit. (!
seems to have\ come out with the determination ostensibly for the public But
a view to give you full and authentic Jamaica: arrived at Kingston' on the 20lh ready sale, as there were several houses in good. numerous ." i is there sfatpd that the account ;
information in regard to the several matters ult. She had experienced very heavy (If making up for lot time. as are the sources cf this complaint they maybe I to 1 100*
the trade, and he was directed 'to one of Councilman, for drayagp, arnour.tit-g:
embraced in the resolution which you weather and was compelled to discharge her \Vhen she comes in under such loads asher all comprised under I the general charge of an of f.rral
these. this the became presented and that aiu.ther a
tend to me I have required statements from cargo. Upon examination she was!' condemned last, she presents a goodly aspect to By time news general excessive taxation in comparison with the inadequate ; bi ft' the ci

the Engineer and Ordinance bureaus, and and sold on .time 23d. The British and every body knew that there wasa return of the great t objects. of all as one of its partners a member

herewith transmit! them 10 you. It is, in brig Mt-rcator had also been condemned, 1 the Commission, Merchants; iu particular, snake vender ill (town, and all had a disposition -protection of oi: and .government vernmenf, for $31 111:t wrv p,:td arda!!'
that the information and (to body in general, who admire per: property.In And in the next of Heir
and every
my opinion important was !sold on ihe 19ih and bronchi $700. to 'humor the joke.; Reading the making the auove sweeping neither very report Frccc
io all its details, as set forth in these documents The sloop Pjsche, Captain McCartney, I the invention of the great Fulton. Three charges, that in the lf>th No cf the mmerrial .

should not be made )ulhiC. I trust 21 rived at Kingston on the 17th from All,.- or four more such freights, with what the signs along as he went, our snake friend the public nor the writer means to say, that all user, it appers there was paid (tt cf thTreasury :J

the committee will concur in the proprietyof Cayes, and staled that .1 can Baptislc Aiche soon presented himself at another counter our Mayors have been avoid ibly extravagant, or Cinnc
other boats bring, and .the cotton Will to members cf the City
this suggestion. had been elected President IJp: ti. The I may and demanded if they didn't want to buy that all ou members of Council have beep guiltyof :
to firms in which members are uter (
I forbear to reiterate the suggestions in Kingston Journal, of .the 18th ult., says!' j all have come ( own. rite la Commerce! some snaix 1" Here he was interrogatedwith corruption and abuse-indeed, he knows that

the report of the Chief Engineer: in regardto that it had received a proclamation issued i barrels, bales< and boxes." there have been : honorable exceptions.But flowing amounts, viz-
fortifications defences. the President -- business-like gravity, as to age, size many To a Councilman, in city due bills, frrinterest
the by which it would
temporary new en the evils arise of the form and .
&c., but commend them to the favorable deavor to lay before their readers) : as soon aspossibl As advocates() of free discussion and enlightenment and species, to which he replied that "theywere as out construction .!
of the charter-are inherent in and
consideration of the committee. The appropriations .-[iY. (). Picayune.APPOINTMENT on all subjects having a direct of all sizes, Mill?, mid-dim' and big; old], inseparable To a Councilman for drayagc. f

: which he suggests arc large: bearing upon the interests of the people.WR young, and middle aged ; spreadiu'-ndders, from its nature; so the exceptions to improper -; To a Councilman for provisions......r
action under it result from the virtues of
than the STilety of the country PRF.SIDINT rAnd
but not more .so : BY TIn : By
have admitted the communication of and water To a Councilman as Hospital Physician.
copper-bellied high-land, mocca-
requires in the contingencies he con- and witfi. the ttdcire and consent of! (the Senate. -I individuals, and are in opposition to the character resented -
templates. The increased expenditure upon .-Richard .1.! McCuIloh t to he IIIclrer and I "TAXATDS," animadverting upon our city sins ; striped. and yaller rattle snakes ; but ; and tendencies of the government. Hence, as the account of a Councilman was f
..
permanent works is: an outlay that must be refiner of the Mint of the United :Slates; at charter and the abuses that grow out of it. they were all the real genuine pizen, war the sense of right must be derived from the power and referred for..... ".

made in' ill. course of a very few years Philadelphia, vice Jonas R. McClintock, I The writer assumes the broad< ground, that ranted to bite if they could, and to kill if, commanding it, it would be requiring too much

and, in my judgment( sound policy indicates resigned.John our present charter is an instrument which they bit." These were "just the kind they ; from poor human nature, to expect it to rise '
that it should be in the power of the M. McCalla, of Kentucky! Second This amount is small cornered with the
delegates powers to those who act under its had wanted, and they were extremely superior to the temptations which it sanctions;
government to expend immediately, what, Auditor of the Treasury, vice William B. sorry which, in former periodsC'have been pa

uuder other circumstances, might be allot- Lewis, removed. authority, anti-republican in their characterand lIe had not arrived a day or two earlier, as and, therefore, no fault is to be found with the members of the City Council,and to partt|'*

ted to such objects: (for two or three vears. John R. Macmurdo. of Louisiana, Trea- subversive of the best interests of those it was probable they might have purchasedthe incumbents of office, nor no salutary change can whom members were interested. ; and ice

It will be recollected that the costs. of the surer of the Branch Mint of the United who come within the sphere of their influence whole lot; however, there was a firma reasonably be expected from a mere change of merely to illustrate, conveniently, how tbe'
permanent works will not be increased by States at New Orleans, vice Horace C. men. The root of the evil extends beyond the
; and he charges that corruption and few doors below who were in the snake of executive and legislative duties in (tb
accelerating the completion of them. The Camtmck: removed. individuals who are called upon to act under the
abuses have been practiced by each successive market, and who would no doubt be ofo be made subservient of!its W5
the be glad may
came remarks are also: applicable to expenditures Felix Grundy Mayson, to second lieu provisions of the charter; it is attached to and bysome

for armaments, ordnance stores, tenant in the marine corps from the 14th government, since the present charterwas good an opportunity of furnishing their inseparably bound up with the system. The to the acquisition of money. I l: J

&c. But if it should be deemed inexpe- of November last, vice Lt. Robert D. Taylor f' tablish !d. He has; cited a few itemsof friends in Liverpool with such a variety of charter, like a fish that stinks only at the head, however, to show that large sums of mODe C.
dient the committee to to Con- deceased of The City
by present been received by members
I expenditure by our present Council. poisonous serpents ; and to this house be
bears concealed and
a general though corruption,
gress, at this time, the large appropriations Reuben Burdirie, Washington. and contrary to the spirit,_andso fa as'the
suggested iu the reports of the Chief Engineer ; Henry Reaver, of Georgetown, to be Jus- This we conceive to have been done to illustrate was directed. In this way the poor unsuspecting like it must be thrown away; and if we cannot do can perceive not in accordance with t

and the officer at the head of the ordi- tice of the Peace. and prove, by recent acts still fresh in : unsophisticated snake catcher, was without a municipal tyranny of one kind or another authorises the
In
the city charter. Andit
nance bureau, or if there would he likely to the minds of the people, the position he has driven from house to house, from numberto we must substitute an instrument free from and abui'e
be considerable delay in getting a bill, We are requested by the venerable mother its offensive that there has been corruption r.
a taken and for the of numbed until last the properties.But '
not singlingnut at to
purpose as
; day began that the interests of tbeci
making such appropriations, through Congress of the lamented John Hampden !Pleasauts in- that body,
fixed in the of
though nature the charter
.... I would respectfully recommend that Esq.. lady venerable aVeil fur her virtues our present Council as the especial wane and the prospects of a sale to grow been sacrificed, and the tax payer eX
the intrinsic of the evils
the appropriations for fortification and fur as her age, to acknowledge the receipt ofa objects of his crimination and censure ;/-iu I. dim, be presented himself, with flushed face causes and abuses, under burthened without the palliation that the

armaments and munitions. of war, asked: for letter, containing a sum of money, froman fact the writer himself declares that this and perspiring forehead, to the Captainof which our citizens have so long suffered, do not has been distributed for the benefit of the
submitted from this intimate fiiend of her lamented son, "who appear to be well understood by t them. If it had T
in already
the estimates
amount is small compared with the sums one of our vessels, who he had been told AX.A
.
department should be granted without delay enjoyed his confidence and shared his bed been otherwise, no one can reasonably doubt that _
which, in former periods, have been paid to would probably take the whole lot, at a fair
in life. In her words The
confines would have
and that the restriction which early own they been, long ere this, eradicated, CAROLINA.-The dernocrtj
tie expenditure of them to the fiscal year mother has no words to express the gratitudethat members of the City. Council," &c. price, and asked, in a despairing and almost and the people freed from the consequences which this NORTH State have two candidates in t i '

fthould be so far removed as to allow a resortto overflows her heart, for the daily teStimonies The subject is one of a purely local suppliant tone ''don'tyou want lo buy my legitimately and necessarily flow therefrom. I for Governor W. F. Leake and Ja

them at once. of regard, she receives, because" of character, from the discussion of which evil snaix? !" The Captain was prepared for is necessary to direct their attention .to and give Shepard, Esqs. The whigs ba'e V j
the work her conDe ion with that
that near son. .
It cunsidered
Ofi forts U and fortificatioul important should be prose. i[:Richmond Republican cannot result, and much good may. The the question-the joke bad reached the some explanation: of these causes. The examina- A. Graham, the presentt incutbtlS '

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.p7 the (CcITt''P'.ACm'iGTO April 7, lS-tG. WASHINGTON, April 8, 1316 have established his camp-if they would I findiifjeficiency, Mr. Neale's suspicions TtNPELkIuENi'E'OltT TH E first class;AraT p lirjIh "

ac1idayhere 1 seems ts surpass the other This morniae, a resolution was introduced favor him with a call. were] ojce; excited, the watch was closely Week, master, having' three-TpOrtbl {

ore Interes: and excitement-this, however, by Mr. Dickinson, preparatory: Isup- The Captain of the Port at Santiago, I ejjnipd by himself and a friend, whom OF APALACH1COLA. .April 13. ,her cargo engaged, will have dllptcb.

ieb iP tpkrD a stride f.r beyond all the rest.. poj e, to some now movement against Mr. when our troops hove in sight drove offall he
*IIS t a scene Ins never before been wit50ch Webster. It calls on the President to givethe the inhabitants [before him, including women curid tat he had been the dupe of villains, April 1 Uhip CLEARED.uncbrd,Banehard.! for Boston, March 21 J DAY fc Co.
hat l. will never occur name, and number of vessels searched. and children and leaving of German silver For Liverpool.THE .
and very probably ; two men behind as th me-piece was gal- by D Wood & Co and Bugbee & Howard
ttf r.e. At a quarter past 12, Mr. Webster sinre the treaty of 1642. him for the purpose, ordered them to fire vantedwitti gold. Ford, in the meantime April 16-Bri? Met
as. I ,( J the floor, in continuation of his The Bill to change the distribution of the town before the troops could enter it. \W also made his escape. jy No r>e, Stone & Coq L'l.N'D, >\ er', roaster will bare diI-

U resUlT from yesterday. He proceeded! to labor in the Naval I Bureaus was ajuin discussed This they did: but not quite soon enough, Theove facts having been communicated "rchr Schr D Swan S Gregory%Webber, Young for Havana., for New Orlrans.Sehr March- :21 atch. For freight apply J. DAY to & Co.

rtmn 7be important advantages which had hut did not receive its third reading.. as our troops i put a stop to the conflagruion; to I ice officers Levy and M'Collim AshUnd, Bradley, for New Orleans -
Iiila 1 bo" 1 to the country in a military aspect It is feared by the Whigs, that the chance: I after three houses had been burnt. The they w4( not long i'n arresting both M'Guireand April 17-Schr Ontwa, Corsden, for N Orlegna. For KCU- York.

3ccrned treaty Washington.. He then contemplated by the bill, will allow the transports, fu8 of provisions, &c., were all I F'l' who, owing to circumstances Ship Toskina, Wiliums' for New York, by THE regular packet brig:R. C. F1S1I-
Nonrse
tbe Stone Co.
6.
by A on ,if5"1 examination of the CarolineP'sf Secretary to appoint n Civilian, in the placeof safely anchored in front of 4he town-undercharge hajl)l preiotsly been undertheirsurveillance, April,13-Schr< Louisa Antoinette, Blake, for fER, Appirby, m .tir. For freighter .J i
hie trial which had been one "of the old Commodores." of ,rawage, apply to
and( the, McLeod Quarter MasterThoma Thereare and th? \fre examined before his Honor Penaacola.
,net ?trAlfd jflCPd in connection with the tre.,). The Resolution calling on the President but eight feet water on the bar at this. the Maorjyesterday, and confessed guilt, April IS DODGE A. PRATT. \!

10' /vf.lp-jnendoes in Canada I associated 1 fur all the correspondence relating to Ore- j place. The was in the but all ARRIVED. For iHiew York. oj
AI'JII.o army enjoyment deleti most positively, participationin ; April 15-Bn; Pieiadrs, Carter, fm Bo'tcn.Schr -
itf.ita ;\'il (!i.pOicr) Pelsons In the' UnitedStates. Son, that had not been communicated, was j; of excellent health. The United States : till aflir at the steam boat 1 landing.Theynn D S Gregory, Young, fm X Orleans., !. THE splendid brig GKiY. WILSOJT
pith' had f( a long time disturbed the' taken up and discussed at some considera I brig Laicrcnc* arrived, and anchored outside I /( their possession, when arrested, Schr Ashland, Bradley*, fm New Orleans .Minor, mCitcrViii have immediate dis. i

f.Q of'h' frontier, and' threatened t I.in- ble length. : on the srnie day the troops took pos- : seven Apnl 16-Brig Gen Wilson'Iiner fm New accommodations the master to
to or
glJVlt apply ;
,
taion pre Or the province. With, 1 this view1ripeditinT Mr. Allen opposed it.on the ground, that I session. Captain, Foster, of the Revenue I II watces and a number of unsigned i bills of York, to Nours-, Stone & Co. April. IS KOURSE, STONE & Co. ::
m.U. had been fitted nut, whichifcreatenedtoleal it implied a distrust of ihe President. and that Cutter H"iodtury, was: also present, lending onef tie Michigan banks. Their case is Steamer Ans Rynear.fm Chattahoochee t
U.it to violence and( bloodshed.I when he called for information in relation to I his as.i t1nct.; The Porpoise left Vera undr, aiVisement i and consultation with the Steamer Chdmpion Oadwallader fm Columbus. For New York.

these circumstances an enterprise the same; subject, it had been voted down Cruz 'o perform this service on the 3d ult. Antill') Gf ner Jl. Steamer: Peytoiia, Greer, from Cnumbus. THE solendid ship EBEJV PRE-. ,
r der Steamer Notion
11 McAllister, fm Columbus. BLE, Perkins, master, will have imro i
!. ,vII., planned I: and cxccuied, for the seizure :, by the Whig fir alluded to Tyler's Ad- At which timj, the Frigate Cumberland! >. Neale recovered his money and re- ,___,diate dispatch for the above perl. For f itI

iI; 1 destrudion of the I Caroline steamboat I ministration wherein he insisted, that Sir sloops Fulmouth, $t. Jfary's and John Adonis qugs us to return his sincere thanks to office LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. I freignt or paa., apoly to the master, or to 1

JY. 'an'which contain-1' arms and ammunition fur Peel, in reply to Lord John Russel, had were lyicg at Sacrificios, wailing upon Ln'y and M'CoUim, for their prompi- SHIPS. April 11 NOUKSE. STOKE & Co.

the rontempkipd attack. [Her I burning folI I- ', said that, he had) received assurances, from I Mr.I Slidell nd Mexican I procrastination itu; and energy in bringing these rascals Minerva, Brown, 803 tons, fin New York, waiting Forrew York, I

J I J3wed. and a life wa sacrificed. After thiscnf' I.J 'the Executive, that he would! have: placed things remaning in statu quo. I to IStI ce.-[Charleston) Courier. i -Master.Probus With pat J. t.

, a correspondence I ensued 1 briweeuMr his veto on the Oregon bill, had! it passed; Paredes vas maintaining himself in the I De Vnes, 647 tons, fm New York, waiting THE superior s!iip CORDOVA.
( in which} it the Houses. 'lie U. S. steam frigate Mississippi, CaptaiFithugh -Muster.Merryman. f
dot Fox and' Mr.I Forsjtli J, was two government without opposition-Arista ha. : M Lowell, master.. Fcr freight cr pawtj,
L'ol mtJlan. SiTJ ton, tor Boston,loading .
idfiiitifd the act had been perpetrated under Now such!, information lo the American ving retired !o his hacienda and withdrawn ; arrived at this port on Wed- -Bugbee v.v Howard and D B Wood ftr Co. applY to me captain- ir to

u the official cognizance of the I Canadian a- Senate. was rather startling and Mr. Calhoun from the content. Tranquility prevailed n
fa b tl'1- By- some misapprehension; the rose to cay, that while he was a member I every whereexcepting a few minor difficulties I toched off the Balize for the purpose of J Day be I I1 discossion t ort Ir/d been transferred I to. London 1 of Mr. Ty'er's Cabinet he had never i on the Pacific cost which it was lading our Minister. Mr. Slidell andV.. Alexaml-r Master., Leeds, 591 tons fm Havre, loading For Baltimore.THE .

-1, where Lord Palmerstoa I had: I Jidmittedto I hoard such a thing;; ever mentioned.Mr. ( thought wonkl soon be quieted.! The extraordinary S Parrott, Secretary of Le2"lion.Ve Dauntless, Rc;?y, C93 toes, fm Liverpool, diechtrginglaster. .,,.- fine brig VIRGLVLi, Talbot.
Mr. Stevenson that th; government Allen then sent a paper purporting; congress is to rnwct in May in at indebted to an officer of this ship, lorI 1 master, will have despatch for the above

.t1Ii aflirmrd the rt'sponsihilit assumed by the to sustain what he said, to the Sprr larJ's J the city of Mexico, to remodel the govern- I Mexican\ papers, but we have been un- Scion\ Buckinm 540 ton?, fm Havre, waiting port. For deck frt ih or pdS nre, apply

t& provincial authorities, and endorsed the (!f'sk! to read, but it appeared so widp of the i ment and elect a chief magistrate.Vnrm: ab) to get any one to make a translation Ehn I Prr-bis) B !Wood, Peikms Jc Co., 53C tons, for New York to [april 15] CHAS. ROGERS & Co. .

1roceethngs.(] Dinins, this unsettled( sate mark, as almost to create a general; laugh. 'I di'cus/ions have been going ou in the mean fon .- Pensacola Gazette, 11th inst. baciiiiE;-Noursp, Stone te Co. Chattalioocbcc Hotel.

1, of tbe "-ISf". ilf! Wliis party accccdcd to Mr. Calhoun aid: it must he evident, that j j! lime as to the form of government it i is best :-- ____u __ --:---_.=---------- -. -- -' --.- Cordova, Lowell; !, 332 tons, for New York, loading THE subscriber takes plh.sure in
fl Mr. Webster became .Secretary. of Sir Robrtf, had never made the assertion :I I to adopt. A patty with an able papl'rci1J1cd MAURIE'' -Dod e k Pratt. iffiw;! informing the traveling community

p9rer latJ nn'l, McLeod was ukm prisoner. attributed to him, but that it was a mere I El Titmpo at its head}, advocating a return Irthi city, on Sunday evening: last, by the Rev D.o\RQns.: n I 'H-n establishment that be Kas t ken situated charge of the abor*

bebe A9;'I1I e Rriri
hul: acknowledged} thp respotibil- Mr. Allen did) rot care whether it was in- : the one adopted immediately after the declaration all of this city. Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool, traveller may find a comfrrtable and quiet resting J

or i ir. Mi": \\-' ;'r ooMsidfred hf' individiKi: dnctnn; or additioi,-he still insisted that I. of Mexican independence, ((1821,) Pnter's fee receivedCOMMERCIAL. loading-J Day) & Co. place! and thereby avoiding the many inconveniences

U ;< of a very < nJary ''ni1rratitni-he: Sir Robert, m aiil that he had sunncps and which was set aside by Iturbide. I It, -- .----.------ -- --- -.- -- John Brower, sutton :310 tons, for Providence, which they have teretofjre been subject
: t'pr' -f.ire .-liJrp-*''! ihe fiovernur of XewcoinmtHiicatin from the American Executive. The Heso- Ii established, a limited monarchy and provided loading-E B Ballou. j to.The.

c."O ''t YOI;;. ; : f'pies of the corres- tion was again, porponed. fur the election of a member of the Spanish: Tiberius I il.gla.ler., Sear, 2.39. tons, fm Providence, wait- U. S. Mail steamer Agnes, from Apa- ;

"Ona pon :fl'C. al1.f 'ain! : ihf views of I 1tsi1ent1Jrri'n i A brief colloquy then ensued I. between I Bourbon! family: to t the t throne. ]Iturbide MARKET.Crrox Euclid, bavison; 01 tons, for Lirp oI.Icading- lachicola, arrives KEMARK3: OX THE 5 o'clock, P.f. departs and
; : tint if the flutter 'a; ppmlinc in Messrs Cas and Webster, ?; to the understanding had the address, if will he recollected, to L'ugbce A: Howard and). Fred E Dugas. ; Monday Thursdiy h
. I The ddily expectation of later freinnew.per at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western Mail arrivuIJndl3
I pnnrt of liP' r'niTPil l St T..IP<. lie would! di- of a If cal question pmpoun led bv have him,pl{( substituted instead. This BRICS. : and #
marketin Wednesday* Fridays at 12 o'clock.A.
Unicorn has kept our .
be rl'i: 1i-r' jiros'qai I', t b. rnfrcd. inasmuch the former, when the special order was an"- party; is opposed by the great majority of steamer the : Rebecca C Fisher, Appleby,222 ton, fin N York, M ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 4
Tusday transac-
'IrJa. ?c (rPT Britain was willing to stand in the non need. the Mexican people.) It is nevertheless a ery q-iiet state, since I I waiting-4istr. at 7 o'clock A. 31. Northern Mail arrives
.hO 4f itf'r siihJPeT.Af.r Mr. Dickinson who was f nrillert. to the I thought that Paredes is secretly abetting 1iombe1g limited! to small parcels to suit the im- Virg'nia! Talbotf Chas :349 tons& ,Co.for Baltimore, loading Tue-days, Thursdays and: Saturdiys at 5 o'clock,
Rogers
11.l.lJr ih.posjn' of ihi branch}, of dIP nT?)- floor, occupied the div; chiefly in reply to I the Tiempo, and designs! through the medium medite wants of purchasers. We have no material Delaware, Borden, 214 tons, fm Fall River, waiting A. M. ; departs Mondays Wednesday* and Fri- I
I j'cl.j IIP f'l' "n proceeded In n''jJ'Ih attacks the a;;sMt: made by Mr. ,\t"htPr, on the of the .' packed congress." to make oanse to note in prices, although on the low- -Wm T Wood. pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eas'ern'Mail, via !

I th I t Inll'1 b".;n 111 I!upon iittn in c-ninection speech nf Mr. I)., 'and ,that of Mr. Chas.J. himself master of his country-probablv as I ergr.desbuyers have had the advantage. To-day Alabama, Allen, 271 tons, for Providence, loading Quincy Tallahassee' arrives Mondays, Wed. Jf

v.irii:;, thf tr-',i'of \\:,-hin4imi.' He pro- I In er :oli. The speech was a very hong 'president for life or first consul. In the the aarker is decidedly dull, and some factors -T L Mitchell. redas and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departsTncsdiyp '
Gen Wilson Miner 183 for New York with
l ton, Wednesdays and o'clock.P.
anxious Sunday? at 6
' to fI .
'JW !li i-I which they are II,1
and ofT-rins
s
.lincpf I ;p" 'CI tiMile by .71 Ir. Dickinson of tedious one. and although lie gave Mr.Wehter mean time. as it has become a cardinal virtue are I despatch-Nourse, Stone 3c Co. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and .
en which roriTain! several home thrusts the in Mexican hate at fto !c. oil from their previous asking prices. Pie ldp Cnrter 234 fm Boston waiting
NPBy he fran relinks! m"If by Mr.J C. .T Inf.ol of delivery was not such, as to give them the United States nothing will or TIt few s-Ies mad? exhibit a decline of about Master.. and Fridays at o'clock, A. M. ;:
,lath1 Hon-sc" of fl 'pr *" 'iii,tli\''-. j jij which their full rfi'm. Mr. D. complained of the |[can possibly he done towards settliuc their |cwe however mike no change in our quota- -- -- --------- -" The House and Furniture are entirely new, )

The I' W1* llIp-d.! ,! he hidvjl: |! "-n tu the GovMI manner of :Webster, more than he did I| Difficulties with us until congress shall nicer tiora. JLost Child. the servants thoroughly drilled in their busine I

Ji- ; McLeodwa I of any thing else, and said it was; signalized arrj the fate of all the politicians shall be LIVERPOOL C!.,'..' TFICATIOS. $300 REWARD. and all will use their utmost endeavors to mak
New York by want of deoler! Paredes 1& ;. 13 5. I OR STOLEN, from my plantation on the time pa.s pleasantly to the traveller.
r.lei'l.
; 'iI'nuld btjid| ] aenilenvinly propriety. only wants to enable LOST
b- money Inferior ... ... ... ...5i a 5$ 4 a 41 Clicttahoochee River, 6 miles below A. G MARSHALL.Agent
n :.i I !ht') fill !1.\\'tTh-th! tht' 1)-i iru-t Atrorrry Mr. M.ingum, inlinitively more sensitive urn to carry( out his views, and it issupposed Ordinary..6 a "k 4' 8 5 I
\ E'lfaula' likely child, near three
a for
(Ir. Spencer) }had r..cpi\f.d a fe. of Ihan: Mr. \V(>""lpr, called to order. the church will come to his aid- ?liddlin ... ... .. .fi a. 7 5 a 5 I years old. He very was missed negro from the }ard late in Chaattahoochee, March 17,1916.the Proprietor.12tfFlour.

cfl.e iO'II) from the "l'r"t.nf\! ,ih United The Vice President a;Ked, if the gen- the \rclhi hop being his particular friend.( GOOd 2duc'Jhing..7! a 7] a 6JliddlingF. 64 the evening of the 24th March, a thorough search

,I Sta'f[ (10 prniMjp* his freedom and t Hmt evm tlpimn: from North Carolina. raised the The ide.* '.s (In rnoitgage the real estate l t of r.-.7 a 7j 61 a made that night and for several successive .
Fair I ., ..... .... .. ....S a 8 i a6 was 1 BBLS. Western 50 bb! .
111il. rTiirl li..d been itiinrposed by the (General point of or-ler. the churclito the amount of eight: millionsof Good Fair..8, a 9 norntnt1. days without discovering i a trace of his footsteps, 116 landing, for sale ; $ Canal now

fl.ii ; Government to override the rxecution of Mr.J Mangum hoped the Chair would have dollars. f\s Great Britain and France FRF.IGH1'Ve! hear of no change or new t npgE'mpnt which induces the opinion that he may have been Apiil IS by J. DAY & Co.

ii lh? lsw. imde it.The could not blithe gratified to see us beardedby for Liverpool Coastwise also, shipments stolen, the circumstance of two men being seen .
dit Mr.} \\J..tpr Vice President. "The Senator from a monarchal on the same.day in the woods near the settlement, COI Ortnershipa I
Prfl011)C11'] i 41l tlvs.I char- : government ou our own are light, and it is vith evident difficulty
and bn New York will procppd with; his remarks." borders, perhapi will also his for I also favors that opinion. THE subscribers r&jpecttuhy inform their
sppar.itfly eolkctiv2y as a '.p, mi- I they come to ate sustained. The engagement
present rates He i is a thick set, full-faced child, rather bow- and the pnbiic that they have taken
Iee rr.4nTilhlp! and! Mr. Dickinson, saul that those who aid. I
tinmiti :lIed collection of were notice'd in last was Ht 9-16c., being .
EdUimore, our \\zrd, and had a thick bushy head of hair, and into partnership ECGENE W. ROGERS.
fa.ehooJ! *, iu winch there i !eri c was nut one rt1.f'l'mn wa a a decline of 1lfc. We quote rates DVLT. at 1 think a Iare scar upon his wrist produced by a CHARLES ROGERS & Co.
" ; ; shade of truth of any kind. Noi I rdicd it eirlirr, alluding to yesterday, when I. short time since, Ilia; these powers designed i To Liverpool ... ... .. ..l-2d per Ib. burn. His name is Reuben, perhaps he might April 7, 1546.
one of the fans: allied to have b'cn ( flfl.IThrIP1. he was made the subject of attack.: ?Ir.1 j to place on the ihror. of .Mexico a Bour- New fork, ... .. . ... 5-nc. h answer to it. If he be stolen, I will pay the _
". had) rver happeneii.! and lie roiildatinbtite D. then continued, and repaid Mr. W. in I bun prince, h'*ems to ht.?trondv: ] corrol.rated. Boston. .... .... .. ._. .58--: above reward for the apprehension of the thief; NOTICE-Six weeks after date, I will applj-

:! ibfni tu no other source tlnn}) th. kind. a! the saving is, making the by he movement of i i.,, Tiempo. That ." Providence. .,......... ..__. .. ...,. ......cpIc..5.S.: ; "" jind'if he has been sold I will pay the purchaser e of Probate for the County
Washington of trf'tlIY',1 whir.ha.. thin air DotI rnL ro. eo. the amount he paid for him, and all tor Franklin, for letters of administration upon tba
'It foJr.I\'P41' invftrion of one who disregarded 134:2.: the subject bellrpis gathering --- = expense .'
-- -- John Jenkins
estate of deceased.
with the information. I will also ,
1'. b"onr I::1.1 priicip1. vcre reljii! p, with t thi-j advantagp! on consistency fiom events. There will be a COTTOX STATEMENT. Last I furnishing: me .
B. ELLISON.
reasonable demand for in
, Th \1a..qdln dp. that in the whole: discussion he I radical change in th. C verM .. ar. pay any any elligence
TP fiir ient
, ; !ett!!, whichMr. ; never > we are Apalachicola, April, IS 46.CIoviT .
I communicated to me, or to Mr. Thomas Lovvry
,
.. 4Received 3
} 11I! rtll! h.id: t 'qtn.-d veneration lust his temper for a moment.Mr. I strouzly inclined( to heltevf'-ut time onlv Stock on hind 1st Sept .
I Eutaulj Alabama which lead
'. 3 Hays .. ... .2.t1J i near may to a dis- Scetl.4 .
I epic prop- of ail d. without, rpfd-rence t'i paity. lit !i1 him in anvthine M.mgum! pot the floor, though it i is presumed favor of Paredes or a SpanKliJJourbon ; Tord.:.bales 92C19!: I 11170G I Coi'imbii'. Ga., April, 1846. 16t XJL/ Seed, for sale by

: r\\** than re'pect. HP di-1 nut? desire i ,! lie will hive the courtesy to yield it Don Carlo! for instance,* nr his von Don Exported piM. 3 day*" ."' .3,126 (:3-:: Tne E.ilaula! Montgomery, the Apa- April H. F. ABEL
: under the llIcrVe" shall the latter of which i ii is I' \ .. .... . hchico'a the Tallahassee and the Ga.
cirr.nmT
"! u
'. ... no taken before the i in I he A I touite i I Tot: will please publish twice, and forward ac- 20 ;
my fine \!>r '. wts3! "c .'tJuu:h to e:1Cu l hot which a- a "tp-iuicr) of the 20th. rhal t nofll'l'c:1rs cri- i the cabinet, in the latter part of FeVuary, On haii'l' and on chipboard not c1eared2' ,12. 23612 I;I ('(.unr; for payment..' ---- J.-H. H. April 4 B. S. HAWLEY.A .

. :!:II'i'ifl! hp was fps'r. inpJ from usinc: dent to me. The Unicorn, ha s nut been | without assigning any reasons for his \'itl.1; I Ar CHAMBERS, MARCH 2S, ist6TCircuit Card.

.. that t full! .. rhar.ictcrizpd; In* conduct. HP heard of. but :is slip j is represented an old i drawal!, ati'l Gcti. Iliucon was appointee to I EXPORTS------ -OF--COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA Court Frankliu County. undersizned! having purchased from Mr.

tU'isht:: : i i' j just and proper to 'lioiil: up thi, ;and ilnll! sailer, she may take two or t three his pottfolio. I Cuiimeicmg 1.-I .f eptemb,.IsiS-and otme II Hezeknh iVa>h, ) THE S. Hawley his entire stock cf Drug,

(W'III'!! '" dfa .aluinn'Mlcir to public view; that"TV ntt1r.. days; -or indeed be only Ihat time he-I Hating thrpp thousand; good troops or. timin i 1S44.WIHTIIER : vs. ) Petition to foreclose mort- Medicines, Paint Oils Glass Ware, Shop Fur-
------- Frd and .
nun miht write under! it wh 'tevT hind the reatner, that left on the 4th
lif r inJp-l ;; must cHJI..mplihl.. Thrrin i In the louse, the! bill to raise a Mounted Vera Cruz (there} beiuj: at this plnce, by this I! F.xpournn. !: | sa*ol111.99i' -. I, A. Ford. S and Retail, at the old sand corner of Water
has been this 1Ied
... .. ... : .I9132. : 11'-) a petition day
j)rr.ij! !s was nut cnniitial I for IIV.IIIP! : Rgimpnt of Riflemen was on the rflpi* ; lime, three fri alrs and t three sloops ol war; ) I LTvrpoot I 1.1'I'e.._ .. ... .I.. .. .. ,.". .... -I"-. )a37: WHEREAS office of( the Circuit Court of and Chestnut sts,aid beg leave to say to his friends

-his: mind wacariciiiurf: ; it had not hut the' subject of dNcnsion was I\'aln'c our government micht easily bring matters :a n .. .. ... ... .1'.. .....1. .... .1... .1..1279 I Framdin County, to foreclose mortg-i of certain and former patrons of the establishment that his
t.trsv.-f or ailjnstmnt, Ill) ilisrrrnination! : a. Amcn"tanisT1l-not the bill immediately be- i! to a close if it would act with a little decision Tre-t; .. ... .. . ..217 I household furniture, made and executed in Decatur stock H complete, embracing every article usually
1't1 p"r'( l'l lJn of trutli-his fore thptn.Thfip I and energy. If we really have any GpnOJ .... .. .. .I..l..I.. .... . .6t') connty, Georgia, on the 28fh day of Auiusr, kept in Southern Dma; Stores, and from arrangemeiits -
screws were i I 1 effected will be !
recently reguhrly suppliedwith
.14t!
)
Other ..... !
11\- little of with i\lexico sulfer (1')11:1. : : 1S44 and it to the satisfaction ot the
are episodes sometimes, that,: cause quarirl; why / j ::: : ; appearing fresh staple articles.
rini thirty i ypars of pD Mi I life with t relieve the dium of question that have; (! ourselves to be insulted in the per-on of our Total to For. Ports: ...1.J99; ;_.1 _i't2i .35.J-t21 Court, by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the Phy ieian Planter, Country Merchants and

uJuOU'i labor he had: earned Iii< reputation. Ion:: perplexed! either branch. McConnell' |' Minister, and matters to be postponed indefinitely New York. ..... ...1..1771'.215f. : ; 2:3O7.fl34O3: : defendants Sidney. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford others will find it to their interest to call and ex-
r. lsto"... .. .:. ..... ,..9974Provid'nce .: 2S.) reside beyond the limits of t the State of Florida : I
whirl, wa; ; rnw to him. whfther little or 15 said to have mule: ( a very curious speech. : ? It would be easy to ask her II'. .. ... .. ..1.-199'' .4 99i..7: 1l1 It i is ordered) that aid defendants do appear and amine his stcck and price All orders will be

roa< h. d".rT than eience. and he cCJulrl! l lnfj'sit whether she consented to drop the Texaslquarrel Phlladplphia ... ... .. .-t.tO( )!. file their objections, if they have any, within 15 promptly attended to in person by
tamely I Npw Orlt an .. .... . .23 3i'. .!9-t-t -
li,
> presence without)( at IraM :uttcuiotine to LATE FitOl TEXAS. Verily, we seem in this Mexiom ] Othiertort .. .. .lfH.1. ..16-t ..W07Tori pf this Court, otherwise said petJtI" "shall be To the Public.
d..r-n.j it. The U. S. brig; Porpnise arrived, at this i ipla.c question; at l least, to have adopted r.Cahhouns I .I : taken pro confesso; provided that due publication HAVING disocsed of my entire stock of
i. Coa twi'e. J.U2tll. :6 .4-1262.74i52 I made in the Commercial and Medicine to'Mr. H. F. Abell,
be
Ms rpfnart! were ihpu i dirrrte-3 In \1 r. on Tuesday evening 'Inst from the policy of masterly inactivity. ': of this order :
ickm-.oM. of Tf"xha'ill TOTAL-R.H.F..1-1---1- Advertiser of ApUachicola, once a week for two in retiring from the business; I take occasion to
coast left
whom he said i il c.'I111m the Rio del !
PXpdinc __
oAI raonths! successively. (A Copy-Teste.VM. .) return ro the public, my friends and customers,
r piin: Norte on( the 2Gh: ult. The has ROGUE C.-\CCIlT.-.V published, a short -- -- --- ---- -- -------- :
to r"lpr to at all, but that cf n1 Porpoise PAS EXCrEHS.( I \ VALLEAU, Clerk. my thanks for the patronage they have bestowed
!f man; h nl) mi-itpd ih* meeijji ; HP Ind fl.tIOaorf'ti !,>- been employed in conveying the transports, I time since, an account.taken: from a North P.jr steamer Ans-Jsidg'\ Douda" hdy and I April IS, 1 1SJ6. 16-2m upon the establishment while under my control ;
) tP! treaty of \\9.hhin, II.ln. and Nc., in aid of the movement of Gen. Tay Carolina paper, giving (the particulars of a : servant Mi5< LelunJ: Mi.-s l. *ed, Judge Car- and I take pleaureinreeommendingmysuccesor
M'ICT iherHorp I;ik'p lhcoti,fqupnces ; he lor upon I that frontier. The march of our successful piece of villainy played off on a j rna<*k. Judze? Rand.ill Jadsj-J Thompson Col HR Public Sale. to them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit
rrdilJrnp,1 has been successfully and of wharves WJ'HHI|, (%pt S Sntton, Me ?rs James E Betnt'r WILL expose to sale on the 27th instant, at I him continuance of the custom heretofore
|liinlf, | to I be a p-rchor of I ihe troops peaceably gentleman, ou one our just previous I t for a
!
ison! Grbgnr3', G oV Davi 10) o'clock, A. Mon the premises, known as
truth but careful accomplished-;the General with to the departure of I Wilmington so liberally extended to me.
was onlv side meeting
to jjive one A L
par Messrs Itutheford
:
'I rfin"r Peyton*- the Croton House, the tillowinr property, leviedon .
ol the ca!p. The people of this country no other than a paper opposition. Col. i boat, who took as'pledge for a sum of money I G \\" ltoI I Ilichlrd: Hi>opr, A \lin;. under and by virtue of a distress warrant, to Much i S. HAWLEY.

"CrC 'llhll,| to pay 'lor a laugh, cither in the Twiggs of the 2d l Dragoons, accompanied i! lch'ancedVhal he supposed to he a gold Per Pt.aniT Chtmpion-Dr Johnsini lady ands me directed, by D. B. Wood and N. J. D?bloi4, Prints Only--Spring Styles, 1846.

nape of a story fiom Dickens, a caricature by Capt. Erring's Light Artillery, led the I watch but which he discovered, when too i ;Miss"rvt, Pres-cotf.Mr (C F Bemi Mrs Jenkins. Miss Bacon, iwo, children Mis; ifardin.and landlords, to satisfy a claim for rent ot said premises & 13REWSTER, 44 Ctdar.gtrett beg

1D 'French or a compilation of such re- advance and was followed bv the lest of the late, was composed of German silver gal I oervanr; Dr Gardner Me.srs Wakefield, Baker, in virtue due and unpaid by Joseph Preble- LEE to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that

trchl"s of the truth by the Senator from forces, in 'brigades, under, command of Gen. I vanized.Ve have now to report a similar ; Pre.-oott, Fortune, Williams Brown, Harris, Dixon 12 decanters 39 tumblers, 10 demijohns, 6 pitchers they have received and are now exhibiting at
H ew York. The Senator had given circo1tion Worth and Colonels Mcltitosh andVhi- transaction, which however, did not terminate I Cheever and J Colwell. 5 goblets, 30 champagne wine glares, 1 beer the Warehouse exclusively for Printed Calicoes,
to a vile calumny his speech \which tIer. The march was commenced on the !I i i8'h with the like success, as the industrious Per steamer Agnes-Dr Murray Carnochan, pump, 1 water tank, 13 ,looking-glasses, 500 cues, comprising all the NEW SPRING
had; ) Messrs John Green and Luke Lott. 15 lamps and glasses, 3 bitter bottle 3 washstands of British French and American Man-
been pronounced fib.e the floor nIT. and the troops took possession of;; gentlemen were soon apprehended by STYLES ,
upon 1 wash bowl,4 small pitchers, 1 barroom
of the> their Brazos the officers of RECEIPTS FKOM TilE IXTERIOR. ufacture ; which, in addition to their usual stock,
Senate, an-J so f.r he had violated depot ( S.mtiago. six miles north justice. stove and 1 kitchen stove and aparatiu, 5 of
pipe the
the conrtesie of the mouth of the Rio del Norte the according to affidavit in the Per fteamer Agnes-6 bales cotton to D G Ra- renders their assortment one most beautiful -
I Yesterday an
Of fie chamber: and the) proprlelJes ) on ney: 3 1 boxes tobacco and :2 tales hides to Wm arm-chairs, 12 chairs 1 coffee nrn, 3 tables, 1 arId attractive in the city ; and having JUSTbeen
of life. lie 24th. Gen. Taylor was expected to establish possession of the ;Ityor1 r. Robert A. II.Neale. balls sells ten pi castors,
indulged in a further G Porter & Co; 2 boxes tobacco to \\ vlie' A: screen,3-i ten pin 0",3 purchased for CASH AND SHORT CREDIT, are
COmmentary of the most ironical character. himself on the left bank of the river, of Carnesville, Franklin county, McKenz-e; 1 do to Thos Preston. 1 pair salt sellers 2 ehss jars, 1 lot kitchen fur offered by the piece or packae;; the same terms

.lr->p'ckin' had COn\'JlrtrJ' his own notions of propriety days. He will encamp in view of Matamo- waiting the hour for the departure of the Dawson A: Co 247 to Wm H Kimbrongh A; Co; empty boll leg, barrels &.C., 1 wooden building tr-: Catalogues of prices, corrected doily, are
124 131 Lockhart &
to Ar. Howard to
in ')?D" n;; 'his speech( and he had sent it roWhen the troops reached the Colorado j, passenger cars, was accosted by a youngman Youns; Bugbee 31 tl) McKw -\: Ihrtshorne.; conta"irir.!! ; 2 ten pin alleys.BENJ. LUCAS Bailiff. placed in the hand of buyer
,
Jo "horn lie saw f", without consulting the a small stream; that lips between the : calling himself Thomas M'Guire, who Per steamer Pt'yt-ona-t92 5> bales cotton to Hill, 16-2t $3: Purchasers will inform themselves of the
5.I'nuorfrom, IaCjschusert He considered Neuces ami the Rio del Norte, they were I: offered, to sell him a gold watch, which he Ddwson & Co; 87 to Nourse, Stone Ar Cu; 56 to April IS, 154GState state of the market, and be well repaid for an examination
31r. Ingersoll met about one hundred and fifty ] Mexican' declined purchasing, \when M'Guire informed Howard te Rutherford; J5 i to Harper & Holmes; and County Taxes. even if they do not purchase.
as respectable authority, by 52 to Sanford & Butt; 2 to John C Maclay; 2 to ""XJOTICE hereby given,that the nndereiiIN : New York, March 3, IS 16. 15-ly
had l\'lth ltlandil1; all the Denunciation' that soldiers, the commander of whom learned him, that; as his present necessities were McKay fc Hartshorne 2S to order; 2 boxes tohac- Tax Collector for Franklin County, will attend -
be *i poured upon him-but since some Gen. Taylor not to cross that river. The urgent being without money and a stranger f-oio \01 G Porter Nc Co; 2 bbl potatoes to at the Court House, (Council Chamber,) A Last Word !

of IUI I Srlcments ''laI been arraigned, he. General immediately! drew up his light ar- I if he would advance him 75, he might Lockhart Per & Y OIJII %9 bales to in Apalachicola, on Tuesday, Wednesday and HAVING' given up my business to Mr. JOHJT
asl the the banks and the officer keep the watch as collateral security, hut steamer Champion- cotton 30th of instant whom I have known for
Id indulgence of an adjournment tilery on ; gave I Lockhart Yo'ung 201) to Dodge & Pratt; 151 to Thursday, the 23th, 29th and April many years
Until' !o-morrow, in order to produce his 3Utborllies twenty minutes to retire in-informing him j this offer Mr. Neale also declined. At this Nours", Stone V: Co; ; 117 to McKay Hartshorne; to receive the State and County Taxes due as a good mechanic, I solicit] for him the patronage
which was accordingly grained. that if he should see a soldier on the oppo-i j stage of the proceedings they were joinedby 78 to Harpor & Holmes; 40 to Wylie! A; McKenzie for the year 1846. I have to ask the favor of a of my old customers and the public. shall
Mr.' Webster's speech is considered the site side, when his first tile leader reached a third parry, William. Ford, who, on ; Ifj to Chas Rogers fc Co; 10 to Wm G Porter prompt settlement from the Tax payers of Franklin. leave this place in eight days, and all persons
ost te Co; 8 to Hill, D-wson & Co; 6 to Howard & JOHN LUCAS, who are indebted to me would confer an especialfavor
? the water's edge, he should fire him.It learning the circumsiances, proposed to Mr.
extraordidary production of the kind upon
Rutherford bee & Howard.
that ; 3 to Bu: Sheriffand ex-officio Tax Collector. by making immediate payment. All unsettled -
was ever delivered in the Senate and is needless to say that when the twenty Neale to advance the 575 for him, (Ford,) Per steamer Agnes-25 bales cotton to J M Apalachicola, April 18, 15-16. 16-2t accounts will be left in proper hands for
as a specimen of invective is probably un- minutes had elapsed there was no Mexican and thai when he reached Hamburg, where Carnochan; 4 boxes tobacco to T Preston. collection.: W. C. LAWRENCE.N. .

uTn&35e>i.t The review of 3Ir. Ingersoll in sight. Pursuing their march, when they he purposed stopping, lIe would redeemthe NOTICE-All persons having claims against B. Don't be afraid of my taking the moneyout
'' marked by a severity and power which arrived within a few miles Santiago, they watch by giving \lr. Neale $85. After EXPORTS.NEW T. Skillman, late of said county, of town-for I owe it all,and more too.
I nave YORK-Per ship Taskina-USD bales deceased, are requested to present the same duly W. C. L.
the
never known 10 be equalled. were met by another deputation civil some preliminaries, bargain was finally Aprilll,1516.
cotton. authenticated, within the time prescribed by law, -
In the House, the Cumberland Road Bill one (this lime, sent by the inhabitants of closed. This gentleman drew forth a hundred Per brig plamora.-6:12 bales cotton. this notice will be plead in bar of their reco- Molasses.TIERCES .
*? posed of by giving it its quietus, and Matamoros, who protested in like manner dollar bill and asked if either of these BOSTON-Per ship Blanchard-1355 bales cot- or and all persons indebted to said estate are 211 205 bob- and 28 hhds. cargo
a Debate followed upon the naturalization against our occupying Mexican soil, and to men could give him the difference, when ton. requested very; to make immediate payment. of schr. Swan from Havana. now landing

Iape.O7'. make their protest more solemn, they pulledout M'Guire immediately answered yes, took SILAS DAVENPORT Adm'r. for sale bv [april 11] J. DAY & Co.F .
which the bank note and handed over the watch LUMBER INSPECTOR.-Having been ap- April 18, 1S46. 16-2m
a lengthy manifesto( (they beganto Inspector of Lumber for the County Apalachicola OLGER'S Olosaonian.or Healing Balsam,
The steamboat Viob was sunk in read. Bnt as the General waft in a hurray and four five dollar bills and a quarter eagle, of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services Co ITee. for Consumption, Asthma Coughs Liver

joe Ohio river on the 22d ult. She was on he cut short this ceremony by telling thus cheating Mr. Neale, even in the to the public in that capacity and will attend to : BAGS: Rio Coffee, landing from brig. Virginia Complaint and all diseases ol the throat and
) flay from Piusburg to St. Louis, with a them that he could neither read nor speak change. Satisfied with the result of the I all duties appertaining to said appointment. 175 for sale by lungs,for sale by

)3tavy (relib. Spanish, but would listen to them ou the negotiation, M'Guire immediately di! r- I April 18, 1S46. BENJ. LL'CAS. April 19 J. DAY & Co. -April 11 H., F., ABELL.

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Important National Work. List of Letters ni1itiitoii' Totccti.( Drugs and medicine*,

THE STATESMAN'S' MANUAL REMAINING in the P-sr udice: atApahch- __ THE subscriber ha, a

,I ; 1st April, 15lti.Apulin. :; :- constantly haveon handa
JL NEW AM) EJT.ARCKD F.aiTlON OF rflL5lDLi1STESL4.GE .', M ij J B Ki.iupy, Jno AT CHAMBERS, MAKCH 16J3. NO nCE->ix months afier dote, I will apply 'g itraent of DRUGS and comas
Franklin thc Hon. Probate Court of Frolclinomty
Circuit Com- to
is ,
$, WITH A Antii, Kelly EdwAllen. CINE, which he will Warrant
for final diacliarue from the a minisiralioa p
HISTORY OF EACH ADMIXISTATJON, &c. JasAns L"g MainI IN CHANCERY. uAlphonse <- a deceased. and of the best quality.
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of Rosjpr :
of the estate Amory
.-is, Thi CAl'.ei LelJaron, Chjs &, Sort Loubat, : Merchants and Planters will '
fin
li Two Hamisome Volumes, S ro. of over B T. CARt, Adm'r.BEXJAIN $
Geo Ju! tard G F vs. fo their advantage call
Capt Capt lo examine and
Scvtn Hundred Each. ELLISDN Agent.Aplachienla price U
Pages George W. Hurison and Margaret I ,
Adm John M.IlIIny( Jno Goods, belore -UrVhi1)g elsewhere.
in HANDSOME MUSLI.V BINDING. Bhi dell, Capt Jonath Meirill, Nathan Capt Emma) Harrison, his wife, April 4, 1 ISI6. 1.1Mm N. H. Physician's preferiplions put
David the cure of Dispepsia or Indiscc-stioii, Bil up IIit i
Hrith, Henry Muf ml, S.irah B G. Rmey and Harriet F.Rney -After six moiil List; j-ublicatiou- of FOR and Headache care and accuracy at anv hour of thedav r>r ni

PRICE FIVE DOLLAUS. Biker, Milton" S Mirill, Chas his: wife; Joseph IJud- NOTICE 1 I shall apply to the Jud.'e of Diavraheca Gent neivons Rhenmati Cor.stipa-ion, J- C. ALLEN '
Gravil FlattiItncy ,
,
AnDRESSEsTxD Buries Es. 8 :Nan .:'iton. JnoJvloore son, Alexander McAlpin and I I Probate, fr< Fr\nklin county, to )e discharsred l March 21 Cor. Centre ai:d Cwnn.ercpBalsam ,,
THE I &c. For vvhoU- alp riI
sa.e retail
MESSAGES > by
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OF Ogden
I Brainaid WElult. Hajirerty, A'Igri.3 i of 13i tfore- of the Pitate of Oliver -
Capt Win R from thf administration I
THE PRESIDENTS OF THE U. S. Laverty, Cutler & Co.- James 4us4riert_ Nov 5 J C ALLEN, ) .t.Tarram's ol" Livernuit.A .
Chas"Brunell. MufchaViv! : JarneaM.MIP ; C. Raymond, late of said county, dwrovil. REi1F.1..JY
INAUGURAL, AWXtTAL AV bPEClAL, ; Henry HHralev Win L Bfjnrt; and John N. I-Ia'th'rn' t4n hits BEN t''. NOURSE, Compound Extract of IM-SI ptritct is said

From 1789 to 848. J.ipr WBearsV 3 MelviH, Bi'tij S 2 ,con>tiiufinj! ; the firm of Bogart; LiIsP and March 2S, IS i M. Atltn'r. d( bimi* non. Ciibcb ami Copai'ia. I IStaiids .iiu'Ijinf di-covtrtd! in of selthd ihtir C( n>nui| tinn, Li,1
,
ur
&. Hawthorn David any uicipicr.toil st
Mailland!
1 i'
j block
With Ori ina1 J\tcmo'rr\ of Olirt r L Moilv' MernttMcLean ; ,
an rac'i of the Pre- unrivdilfd fr iNcfiicary the Ctiriiiiu.1betnud

tiJeit*, anJ a ir tary of thtir Almimstra* BrewMer, CW\\ Patrick? David veily, S Janes Kennedy S. Bra-ulen, Henry and Lafl ci, ui tie IN\TOTICEKnow six weeks from'all the per dafp nna of itcrested thi-4 not ict'that. I /r&i1Ik\: ; it perfi'rms a rure I I I II Doctrr TAYLOR'S riMratfd sxstjni.Thtdieine by llitt, (

BUICP 'Timothy D Win D 'I
tlons al Milheney
; o a sftfdioi of Lnwrtant ill 9 few da-no confnp- Genuine I'AUAM LIVER
the Judge! cf Pr..b-ite for or WORTLich Let
Hamilton Murray, rnn' tifulin<. al.htli. will applv to his honor ; '
Documents and Statistical Brown &, Dabovj M >ra. Ants: ; {': \ restriction in j '
met diet
/.7' or : .
Itformotion. 31I.Ott ER?
l ad -ares at 1 his Ln f
for U-tters | i
the firm of Branden St Murray the county of Frai.klin: minis ration Ireatceo,1,
Butts E [PJ i'Jarkhai Chas M ;
4gt.t
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\ It
14 neee.irv. will be tteI J
er.I
P McWade Miller Crumby and Draper upon the estate of Stephen; T. Jlcllmnn, tieSILAS rit'w esp. hy r !flhIieIt j)1Is Cl1,,,
Cn.kin & JasCarnaci
COMPIL'D rn M OFFICIAL ? DUEXPORT.Apalachicnla. ffl lound! inv.tlnablebciru pr- au ii Iii&u been for a li.i jj time, t lies*
33tECES1BY : Sara I W Melntcwh, Jno constituting!i I I I he fi< m of ceased. _, rir.i '' cntunpar.ilU'lid ( tL
\ I with the
'k p..rcd
EDWIN Fa. ( 1SI Ut| l--0\v) ; ; erfaUsf MJcress which has atter.dtd: Dieter
& G.
WILLIAMS, Churchill H -Dennot Crumby Draper ; -.WiI. Margh
Capt Dohcrty !
and Gale 1 5} pos-Jible c air, upon welled 'Fa% l.r's n.cilicine in prilnrnniig Us; w.ud >
AUTHOn OF THE NEW-VOI.K ANXCAt !tc.EmbfltishcJ Crtvn, %Villi ; M.x-.n. WmTV Mii visible; rlul
REOISTCR.! datjl princi'lt, iindfd
after \ winch
months wilt :apply | c-urt-s in mam \try Ciany cages, hi
i.f the linn of WiNon
pnrtnf-! t (
f
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with Portraits of 7/tf Frtsidails Caraiack, Stevens &, Kiit 2 Gale &. Co. and James: Brown i NO1.ICE-Six t lb Court of Frantlin I i Cointy, \\4'l Ff / u./( n that ini i rtar.t law, ben :ilm st inndil>le, but the rniioliijive pircff
and the StaJs or Coats of .inns, tli. f B.tt r Newell. Jno j { &ir /; $ tirt I'st.thlishfd! the eelelint.d
by
of TT appearing to the *:ihsartion! : of the curt, for a (inr.1 dupharjp from the adnii nlralion and w. j the Doctor; ran bring lurward are irrtfiialible.andWP .
.ifr
Crev Little Niel Francis -
several Stales. I Win Eeny B J. i'l.a'! I tise aij-n-p named dd'ct.dantsdo! iuit lide oflicu of e\-ecnt' T of the estate David llichard 'tt. I Dr. .FI id'yrc, \vr.\\\ advise all who inay !lthC cumhs ir simi.lrolils
( ivenati..h Oir Chas 11C41
within the State of M ida, but witiunlhe on, de etsed.I a j hat a at 'oni- even, tu u CON TEXTS. ', A D ]Pn hie, Jog.-ph !2 E. \\IIlt'I\PShI ihr rpJiu'dies wnuM |T"duci'' a rrion* rtrtain, delay. Franklin a small leak
United; States; I It t is t thertli-re nrden-d, I licit; |b- says v\ill. inkj.ship. .
1. The Snesches or Addre pj, :and Me9Ze9 Carne> Bjrnpy Per'cit' P, RiHel W and coi'sider.ible i-tltct than "
licaiion] be rnadf in the Comtntrcial' 1rciter I-Vh 21 I13. SinnNOTICE speed, any eqniva- '' Therrltrituie yi ur cuighji befcie
of the Presidents of the United Ch041 Din'l L P.ilnm lliii'dCara.iv ..
State?, from Wash lejit di-se of a1 y sitiIt; one. In many; caes ih. Ft rale
tur are cure.
ueek lungs
f the by
once a : r san of four months ( ) pa.-
ohe _
in [ } d lh 'I'tl..r-
ton to Poik. j I) UCrockitt Pe-vue, Nathaniel ; iv months alter its I > t1istj. KPiitirel-. nted
institution of said, : prc-vt by its tinu ly upplicali'tn. J. C. ALLCX, Sole Agprt for
: M, reonirjri them to .
2. A Memoir, or Biogr hi.Vi Sketch of eacli Wmj Paftuii, Jim ; will applv to t the JmUf of Probitelor F< rsale !by
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President, prcedin Ins i.L-ssi j Cook, E, U S A Pleasant sCha* S and bft'ore ansApr to the s uid bill I I < f forecloire[ o: r Vie county of J ickd .n, IIj r a li ijl settlement Nov 5. J T. ALLF.V. r rM-"if.&c., CAUTION-The genuine Duct AI'dt4CtiiClI r 'finLSM )_

3. AT acrijint of *ht Ina'i) urJiti.n of prjrh Corbrtt, Niac J Pnvcll. fli lit \V t.heix:unlion of ih.-.t Iitr.p ir siid j of the estate of Mary 'T. Gardner, lite of said i
will bf taken as c >nfes

President, and a History of th principal political Crockett I'eki.. 1 Peab-Mh, Col Jas D ::1.; ia i county and a dneft.jr.jt'fiom the ojlce of Evculriv ,.T -
; l lurtliir nid.r ; j-plendid steI I plate n.zri\ ing'. to
events of his administration, and of the fringe Cox, Capt Smith C Pralt; Ca'.i' Wm 2 r {liven in the premies as tu tu of (the l.i-t will and (tp-tiinK't, t of stid d- t prevent i cro ,.
Court \ tt rkititrnt d i by (lurdon J. Leil's,
uiiy s-'etn moot. any ntheriaiU
tii'H( ot Cn'iri at eitti! senior) during tie! t>eriod. Clerk of Circuit Court Rob.-rt, Din'lCluJbonrie A Te.fe. ( Ci'CuI. MXRY ANN CHAPMAN, 'I1'ot2i \ > ai.dilanipi.us| iinitdtii.iis and the public
These a'ietrhes f.ill-iwi! ;, the Metres Saa'l Ricli ir-ls J"'m' GDivi.J ( Copy ) Iei-en'or 2''), I I5. Evpcntrix.nCK : ararautioiiul
rut to hasror deolprotfrl I
WILLIAM VALLEAU Clerk.Mirch ./ |.ijre sijr, j ni,
&c. of K-dhnd, WmR.i'his.vi ,
each Pni 's 2\ l' 1'-12.'; liiiF1'aI&kIhR i \ -The tiic1rktucd having recently I l Jiy the U. S. IVjn 1iI4t!
forming a coin 'eidiui n P ij! ic.d Hntorv ti i.e; Jas : G :oR I. M. 10
d upi ii ii1tI a ad rni'.it r.utrr on u the tsf.Jeifllenr ; rciiil 181 J. IMy
United Stites, f.r t!u h-t fifiy-s.-vea ver. Dyer, DriielDriifl ibn.son, Win W County. I I
4. Declarifhn of !Independence.' Eli/.ibeth C R..biisiiVm: rmir DHI-I or JLricc'.; COURT., JO-JI-N, late of Jackson fo-ijilv decease*!, Tsir rant's flc>rvcsccut Seltzer

0. Articles'ol Ciidratiri I Deli''It, Mirim Ri' &. C. 11 A. G. StMii tries: ) re.i'te-.ts' : rtll person who are indebted to siid e'- Aperient.HEALTH .
t ute to come t'orwird ai.l mike imnifliitiM'nv
G. Co'MiMiMon of the United State.*, with( Djiiia- A IWd, Dint v* > Attachment.Anron RENEW, ar.d an invignitftj
m t ; and t tho-v tu wh 'rn S tiLl e-st.ite is mdrbNdt.i !
Notes .ind, References. i 1) iih; mi, Jjr.c- Ryan, Danit.1R H.! M irvin. ) Cu' dilion i.l' bodv ri.tic.. .
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their cl \mithin' tlv I timet>rerribtdhylr.v.
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7. A brief history of the pver.h and circumitance 'Dnii-1 I, S'lb-rn ney, Iail'3l: n'IC: d< fe-idi.it; I: I is notified of I fhe inst hut lo of present. i RTtlfNGTO: *; J. MESRI'IT, hx i hi.is- ot T\Rr.: XNT.S EF i'FERvKiI1.:\ r

which led to trip U.ihn cf the Srates and I) ijt'l l, Amariah Kod( M'iuiz, Felili L the i< r. .ri' suit hv .iHvhti.trnt I I ci urn le I rEIria9'u', N"V.-4. l S i'. ['lir-] AdmV.s.TonOF. & S.aa ii. c 101. SELTZER AlERIr.NF.Thu .

formation of tha) Con titni: < u. 'I'tionias Setzer, lsi.c'TSumm o to the April term of said Court.A. t2ic 1'ilfs. i:r ';Mriti')n is ti'iivl.r(lilY allowed to be

8. A y.Tysia d the Coiutitutior.j rf the 1.> ''KHioi.B: Wj -ilin, ..Ndhani G. SEMME [ -The n-.J, i i i..r'.ued having rerenlly aidC( IMI-M Ime lorU' twrt tie! trut pupuLr i cuedy: i.f thai.! jn' flt d v, ;iftir

veral States. j Foster, Dn vidForlu.ie Sailer: Win .Mirch IS, i3It.1> I-; :: i.i iju.diiled I a arlmi'n i tnlor on the e tafi-of J."PHYSICIANS anxious t t. dncov.r :i i---icuie! that v.Mild tirt-tfttnsu a tl cure nf !n I ri ii ri, Iiiiau.n' ;

9; Tables nf l Members of thp Cabinft cf the : J R Snow, l' I Carey W. Jtt ty, I ite t iM.ick-so'i count deceased, tn u'lle-si.in.* rii.vMrethe Liv r C..rti.'htiti:4. :'b. rI iF4 tV.'dkI4 ?._;, }Je.arlie .
rra.iiun ot t t.ie rn.t
cure one
rariouj aJrniniatratioiq: Minisfeis, ti F. rdn Franklri! P J Schl-itter, JnoI Superior Cosssi.William le jUi'Sts all pern- who! re ipjlebtcdto aid es- Piles. Sncces-3 IMS al 1 nf hte.s ire reMtlt. rir.J.tcNoNs .' i le.&rt. tiri. h.thuti ,L Cutiv, ,it ...c.i'r.tvet4u .

Countrie*, and other principal public otfirer-i. I Fieeman, Capt; Bnj 2 Summons. I F M Wr'Jit, } tale to cofip.fi.rwad i : and in ike i immediate! ,.uy- rand revuents in w.'rm tttmati wi1flriil
PILK [I'.Msrtcc i. t m
vriov > ly ati-cs
10. Chionolo icdl Table of Political Events Francis, Ferdinand: Sou tr, DividI v- > Attachment for i O'jQ. merit; ; and !lio-.o I fo i w'loin' said e-.sle t i.s u irith'teilto I it a *I*-4rahl. article ; it jr<-vt-iifs ar.y arcu-
all!I bleed alli\-I ai.il .ila:7.fatii-ii
Dviiel MrD"UaId. / ''g, pain; n : stiU- ;
the United Staffs I Fo 'T G Sweet, Jas LGray. ) present) their ci i nin-s i \\it i t I in t the t tcnei-re i ribtd t ciitItiuiui uI bite, i-* port- ble, aid the n.. th Ucf
intcler.ihlft itrhli'i ei;! clllallv
nnilE Dafe-idi'ii d'J.'Sthat I U'lt ,
anl ; '
11. Statistical Table of Revenue, Ccmmcicc But hen DGi SIhli-I J.IO l.liiag o'hcr persom hter.tfed by 1 1.w.. I! PIHNOTON J. MERRITT, 'pn-pji.iii; w u'.us'iullv c .nw.iici.t. Ct.UJrfca
JL hereby Jthe like a chirm, ant 1:1: a v.-i\ -hi rt tin.e, ( rns
are m.filied oi t the in-li'.uMun i ;
and Pupiilalion. inham: : Tlieadne 3 Sit:ds Capt Vv"i I\Inia'i".c, Nov. -1 i, 1543. [0n: ] Adrn'r. have trr ,n-f.t occ.rtt) fur Dearie ai.d rwiingIiy
G.id Norton N S Js B above suit, and are re ,''Jitvd tn pie*:! ;.ifvoidi ly.EO livs'4 ha t ) ( eid.r.tl r i !
12. A .cr, art, ttve will! t.iku tf.i
complete Tndx. cr Analytical T..ble cf For sale j c ALLIN\: p'tr.z ; ; > a|'<-rjf.r ID jrc-;
by
Contents to the whole w< rk. ithatn, C Stole, RiiiS'-m' <; S. II \\VK1XS,1J. TOTCE.-ic! months after ditp, I will apply years. ; r.'vi I., any olhpr. S !Id i! M hi U-s le and retalby

Gree-j: Capt D Smith, Capt J C. SMITH _L_ t'j 1 the protjalp' Court of Fr.inkiin countv ile Age it fi-r ApuLtc! il.1.,1.! Nov 5. .1 C. ALLEN. Drugget. Ac.
March 2S. t : ;.
TO AMRRTCAN CITIZENS. I Ger-nrd, Andre-v Stockdalo, 'I hcmasGri Alfcr: Plair.tif. for a final d a-liarsp; (t torn I the administration iS .

The publisher! of the ibova! NATIJVA:. G'e.imi, O.pt JGml Sullivan, P 0 Ai1ar'11ier1a. Iuihrih 1 10! 1M" 40in( i the estate Joseph C. Burd-nll. -- S )rugs, ? ci1iiiics, Ac.ALAuGK .

in a.inouicriz! :fs compl-ti-n! face fie' opportunity F.llGnv Sprajjue, Lo enzoHaVaj : Gee re S. Hawkins, i ELLWOOD 3URD3ALL.Apalaihiicla ai il In.sn Mtpj.ij tf Iru..s, Md
AMarhmei.t! F'r.iiiRin Nt.v. 1 IS lo t-. r )rj &;i-lini; in piirt ''i hOc itai,..wiu -
to state, tit tu sdeof tn. SJTHP has been M.c'ml ;*-, Win A. G. Se.nme.. ( "
committed to his asents: thrLlgh.m the Unm: Gruiibv.ll.bt MHalv 7 Stephens, Mrs v. dr: 'iui Court, Dacu; --V_ __ : a 'J'-U :- > d< : C.i-ti.r O1!, of ii.-*, u.-d. f.f

who are authorised to auire Mib<"nhpr- that M l >*. <* Ta kr, M ilten J-ihn T Smith.' j s-;| <)IJJrPHE I Sit Tax Collector' Sale. pf- ; '> bllonck I *- Panacea ; H> bxbl.vf Oil ,

there will ba deviuion I Hislbard Tluw A tint MX .iiii11! JO kt-r-i n.i'm: SaiH! ; 1U S.Ms l'i>i'rjs : l U no fnm the price fid, Capt Terry, defend nt is hen bv nntifi. nfthe in/ti : Nul ICE is turjby given

nimelv, rivs CDH.\T jvr c.ipy. wiiicn must be kIs'jciti' t1lheu1 A Turkcr, Jo 1 i luin.: | ot.t t iieab >v ? S lit hv nittchm i "nt : ,IP- PUBLIC I ) .; after d ite I will o\ > l In "da* ( Ofi'.trnJO; lbs Sulpiiute Q.'iinn e ; 2'J d.2

considered reasoiubl; far two hatid oma octavo Hdll & MOSL:', Mdrs Tl'iianV! HTay turn ihle to the Spring ''IVrm Ib l'5, ol.ml TCI t, 1 |ju'Iic o-itcrv, oiio-te; ; I the Court I Ion .> d I "rin I I.tr.tIiiti M'l-idnl ; Hern. >t"u.i Kii.dii; l"NtilKie

volu n 3of overse'.vn huidrc.l ,'aZi js etch. Hall!, H UenjVer :at which tiir.e he i is it'-jujp-d foa-p > ':ir a'd tilted. i t tie! Citf \palac I ncol i, Coil ity of TrfiUi'i.I ; l' !t.s Starch ; QJ lLem n Mn.p ;
No H Jnr D 'l'tiier rihHavn City U I .t, t .II 0 I) \t *- f i S ami :the ; M Ur-z PtMil..,' ; -2 >, 54 SeidltrlZ a'dSxh
exnpnse hjs.bren upari'il inf lie preparation i>ty, > A G. SUMMIT: Atv ( HI Hie lolltiA i"u Li.ts l> inland b-Ti in sat Fu
or
j di'eliires of mirt' he drA!1. P.iAdcr20 lbEruti: "i Calruirl 'JfJ!
; r Mo j i ioz StN
of theo vnlnmsj' of D.vn.T .-, Uistnrv a'ii Jnc> Ws e. inn C J.in. 2, iS Ii'. i.tf H* the I iipvi'ity: of the foil I i'.\i i m pcrs' 'is, fir ;
all I Ih'se disi''tr : r.'o.e n'-ws hk. ;liie Si r/.7.\-\ ; <-t j'Sc. Turpentine, a'id a ntral asortiii-nt ot ncbt.4 arf -
Statistics, ta rnxL-r the simj withy the p i i'r<- Hi'lne' Allen Willard, Cipt Jr-bn _ 1 Taxe.s due said Stale lor the \ear 1&1A *s per ;
insCti, lath iel vsh-f, Ii&/ITi.. of st. .t ,, .S: in t..e lnu Ii'ie, Ic/r C.utry MerrtantJ,
nag?, not onlv cf Stat 3ne'i and Legislators b'.u Htt1v.lilrn P Itui7.le, JuiieiJ K 2Willhmso.i. 1. 1 li-i < ('itv.iji.s. .
of the Uri Jno J)3- ., which are Ca-t Good's.'Z
American .
public spnerilly; whn will fisMIT : | Guru; (Otl'lllN.. i 7'"l2' .<
this Haired Wra U V.alice! s'l'} crihtrs offer ,e-s riTul alsi irt n. r. hv attend! ht with the Ii-- M.irrb! 1 H F. BELL
PuchM lai and
TREASURV OF PoL'TICVL UVOWL DE, 1QIH : T MSIH a p siS _
2 4 J i; uuuiiu..di, ; e jse. M ii'V pcr nu-i who liave b en tK-.it for te-i,
of Movie. J B tnabl tock ol
information Wide Samtul L Good consitin
:> Diy
indispensable lo ir.fflli- 1:1:
every 1 U ) 1iLu2k Books and Stationery.T .
Hill > U aid U EL C I1'1'1 & Ths ui;feii, ai-1d twenty > ears arid were obls tr' ftittles
gent citizen. Tohina Wilsun, Jamts part fNe I" l1 2 R. Mc1'Zuizie, 8') iisin KMiKil>, J..uri>.ils, L. > I5 'i-k A.C.j .
har
t1s e..tr trun-t atte ore 'r vn
Former cditiora of Hill, J.w WHrfines Walkerw] m Iisc'ys and Lineys ;
the
Presents' Mpssa e.s 2 t1 1i j and Letttr
Oj reamFm.lrd
assigns i'auiT
; aad 12 rt; M uther4r ; ;
have Jab W TVil ,r% tTWiltsCai.tLL White and Rt-d fianntls b -1 t throv< i a-i been J.is
imperfect and incomplete in ,
: many re- !3 Or -It) Cit u.n MeiticiraMiain! Bus k- ;
4 titJn \' cli Phiciini ial\ ?i.r.reous hireco'ntnendfd
Plain
pects which have now been remedied 1st by Hunter, Henry 2 and Fancy Jeans,
a 1 J Fl. N. M'rr' St) its Fr hv Ship ai..l JJiivr KilN Lidni'-j;
U-P. *<\e
careful comparison wi'h official divu'nents, and Haley, RHollv. Wilson: 'has Double tiYiiicd Tweeds 11 1).uvid I5'rfiok tor Letter Pre>- .

2J by diligent; rpscarch, ti supply the Svci.ilMessat : JIiw S 3 Wood, J-io WVirrijht 5-uper fancy Casamcres, 6 ar&1 .1 CJ.Ie'41) 1 ; ) March 2S in-lin J C ALLEN tor, .taLriiicola.Sile Art Pt..k R.lt t't Exchange- and Checks,

3 and! Addrsje3! omitted in ft.rmer com Iirtiin, Wra LHI ; EfvnWiNnn 't'tr E iziish'a-id Fretich Cloths ?2 22 tChitrrr.A..fl's Ette, 3) : Jn-t icrpiic-d and t'jr sale! bv

pilations.: The luddv to tne whole WT'A, of subjects d c-s Sam K S.im'1 }Vhitney Blankets 10, 1 11 1 aid 12 qrs.DiiiJl ) i LUC A<, SherifF, Cai1Ct Worls Sioj vl.rrh; I 'H F. ABF.LL.

names and ildtM ij a new l-.u'.ue of f this J*np, IXnie-1 L W.iII, Fr. n-is !1 Blankets; ; S 1)) and I 10 nis.B'"wn j and r-x-OP* '" *iMf; 'r J R"iKrt S 3 IV..ricr! I). ? n.1 (' "T I n 1)tXl IS A.\i> 0?[> k.-ri No \VMM
cJi'ion. which will make it invaiu Ll, :'cr reierence ns I Hnry A i. .t t Apslichicoli, Ja2J.. 1'' 1'i' r r ?3 to ir>iniilii<'liir.? I.LW, .r ..1J.I j ?
repair;
J.-ter, W A ..Jn.iV Shirii'ii. and Sheeting, I ..1Le.sd: ; -2JJ.lls W.-.tor L<.iiip> Oil Jo.l5Lins !
Fnrniure I with I uI despatch
To render these writing rf th*> Ara iran Jones Henrv ('ti-. Philip R Cotfun' Ouiihuurr. ICING about cl" their ;' .' l'xiui-* aid iolu-ils I tile >:,?r1.e) | nprnesar nt t) his old j i d Oil : :>) f tix.i a rfeii Gla-i. ; > n 0 its Put

Presidents m 're valuable as a continued National CO* Pi r"ns cr.llir,3 fur any of the above letters Cot tiiFI Drilling!I I and Tirkir.g i B i 1Iu now ofli'r ti'r ..tle their Iar iuu ) cn4tu,uu.Is, a.d h.1o''i; by tml atteiiticn(pav-in fv ; l l'J .i--i'tf. .1 Paint iJrtiru'hiJ- i iC Lrd*

History, they ?re cnmpa'iieJ with Menoir.s of will please say they rtr.1 Advertised.J0'vnf Linf-n atd Ct I t ton Check! *, and uvil ,f.le-vJs:*Kkof Cli.thmj, HootS: orders to -i. > I .' ;p.ni>:i Ur-iwri, Vu-bitv| OcnriGreen P..iJ.bt:
Si ne iit.w o.
the Presidents and a History ol the Vanous administrations. q \1\Y[ P. M.IL'J I Irnh Linen, hir'm i u, -,!tij -h('efirjr, IIatj Caps :-. at greatly educed pncej fr.r tatn; > I'FJTR HOI-ART. rrtied ar.il tijr sub i bv"

DleK-lifd: Cotton >hirnn ard hecfinK'uli'h | M.Lr.h I* H. F. ABCLL.[
cask! '
ti Nails &c. I cnly. cz-: S!>of i in p'.url' ->torv' of lirrjl: :; Buii'tinc, r-
The work edited and Fre-ich a-id Atr.eiiran Pris, COATS :
M
Mr. ED-
compiled by O A TON'S ncr Chestnut andVat- r srs. N..V 5. f Per ri V ITlelaiucra.Tt' .
Sw"d. t ln.n, a>ioilid I size?, Extra l a-vi > ;
wjv vViLM iis, whose familiarilv with our Pn. -.ii'r, 11 in twilled GIim3: I3eaverd Pir.t Cl...rii: Coats:
&\) lUOke sNjils do. Super' Cjihiw-re ornvut a bt-iiiliul! rfsvtriinev.r uf GrnO.tJ .
dlo:
;
lilical History and Stitistical SuhjectJ g nerallv, p, BTk, ''ie, iin; *nvri'e'1 fruclc and drea Jo. '; .
4 cas'cs: %Wtt-dm [ ;o' G-iod; sintt bltf fur t.c vhicaI7iy
Hoes ? ;nrtrd qualilie*, E\tn s1tr Miuli'i de Lnnc : : dcii aioa
arc well known to tl.t public, -d'ul affoid a sutfi- ; : Silti'et; anJ clotli[ fn-c: anl; sick! da. BOOT A.\TiSHOKMAKFRf:
2:) Blacksmith! Steel Fared Anvils, E li"1!, Scrimph a-id Amnnfan | : be tiri.tt-
: dn.Ku .
dent for the ; d sick and frock
guarantee and of Ti' ca -imere
accuracy fid'lity 20 En ln'i and American Vises, ier I Julian blade and f \ CON'TlNTK-j to canon tuii) : bnsi1ci re ieh Lioea ch'cc a.d S.rk Ct'a.,
the compilation and acrom'ia'i\inir liquid Silks, Jeans frock an.! dresjPASTS do.
History.EDWARD Kentucky .iji'hK'{ 'l. d'j! b44o'
I: A.> tw > ; ,
>
20 Bellow*, Hhi-k SilkCravMH; ? ind fjncv Hkf / ?t.. __--_1nei : D ) d d: de,
WALKER, 13 dozen Spades and Shovels, Super F.iiL-lish and Ponjre Sih: I : _-.. i1t City liotel mi CViit slr.c1.- 1 Ur.iui Plaid Lheu Iltin'it* a d fr p-ok Cc-U: ,
llkis
April 11 1H Fullnn-strctt New-Yf Bl! and hi" clr.th .
Pints
ift : ; ; !
H..VI !
- 10 Cdlin's Ace, E vlih a \merican CV.fion( z. ti-'ri.r wrlituei hj \* t 'O- 1'liid and i-'aiicv Lin.u Drilling Pants,
( Hkfs
ID bvs C.-tton a'd' Woi.hn Card : hi'id I IIkf
Baging and ICo;>c. } 1 Rowland's Cat Steel .Mill <, Plain strijje a-id! fuM d.). d-; they have c.-tt\l! at the ru I -!.t. ,. i F reu-i! CIf j f'l.it White 1 *. *
GOOD artn-lr uf case NIW Li'l-e* Cot tt'I I Toe and G nii flf-hn,
A Po.ver Loom !Kentucky S.sllinetf t : and rr.el tl'i. do; Skin i ;and I M[ f< f'Hr :>ts h.'es' m.n-. i r-J.-r.
lbs ICreirlii arid C.ttnndt' Par.t
1030
uJ Rm Cast and G.-rrnan Si eel, !t'r stL,? hy Super Mir I ille-s :jn.l Worsted fancy striped ,
itl injjand iri< f.rs1.* byjan31 Vestin
5 NOL'ftE, ,STONE &. CO.Bagging WM. G. POUTER t Co. Cut trii) anil l P'l \\ Thread, Kentucky Jcaio: an.! Corduroy do; ''I I the la--t! 1 fi-him aTI'I l !r-->t ;-p-n-v. d I sf.t L. j i U'n.te, Liiien h.uxt, atid laucy c\l'c SlifrIi.Stper .

NiV 21 41 I Wnt.rTr>"t. Plain and l 15/d '\ i.i a'iil( checked Ius.ns, i VKSTS : All ,inerulri'j:, 'cc tlonr' with ne.tne,' ; and ;i-r-rni-i Stri ttt C.tuihrir'c

anil J ic'it: a-ul Camliric Mu.'in Plain hlick satin Vi-ste; / ILrtdStnd on trnus that c-annc.t tail li> l be r- Pal.nlea!, Lezhor.i, Panama, Florence and Canada
Rape. ezI'L'a!. ?, l ruM di do. d..; cnnituI a in kt-epinz with Inc rt.tnpctitiou in I It Straw HatStiuer -,

1 00 103 PCS coils Kllltllcy R..ne"; I'-Sims 30! pc :Lit'chn.. M'LLF.R$ &, CO. h-ivs? removed their tnirk: of WIhIPI Nf. dli.havr s, I'i-is!Iven, Tape spiectpd! 4ic. &f with cr tit rare in Plaid, stripe, and fuM c.ishrr.ers Vests; t trai'.e atd: l the cin-eues-: the 1 tnr.es.jmlT C'jlt Boats, nmzar.s' arid! l 1'w-r.; Sf' .es.

Clothing, &c., from the corner -ALSO--- :M';t tT iJsiI-hskM Cloth Pnntlb und ( .'it-.in G..r r ,
1 bales R New Y'-iknnd I noslo'i, from :
izzin* Twi ip, PT sala by nf Water and Chestnut Importer1 ;arid Agents
streets to the sti.iv o.i White linn and mu-lin shirts iLd
I of MuinlartniPr'' ; i Le-athir l'urip, YtUH and Ma Sl li1.pcr.,
W.M. G. at t the lowest
PORTER t Cr). Water tiMncet; ntn, ami 'tid.
Mrpct \veisty
hv
,
rnn-rly ocrupied 8B Hamilton
i do. d". Ia.I t .
Fitjtired ( (locii all CheU )
odeied many er -
Nov 3 41 Water street. j are now .it wholes !1i I r i- .i.l I m favorable the iiuvherf.i'i.1 nf tut* ilE.N'RY
where i >v ,
1 they will[ eoi.ta'ilv" ke. ;> vi hand: a I terms bv Merino I :h iris nnd dr.mer-s; FOR a M.irh : > P. KO:>MAN.
W.M. G.
PO'J'I'FR & Co. ho yb-entt.J htr.'ii fr tincifi Satlirda. !
lane *s. rt input of RE\DY: :.M-\DF.i CLOTH-1 : uj on -

On Consignment, IN ;. H AT-, CAPS, BOUT, SHOE>, &r. c. I N"v.. OD.) 1 icr? ;. II W.fnrG trc.f Strjck-I Silk nd Ciell cotton 1 irs,s'lM'ts Gloats! and, Suspenders drawer?; Cravats, .' l.ist t, without h .u,e. I Me is : W.llV> \ears | t4pri: ; Gootb1

100( nXE5N'inv }kdrt: S, enn Candle, O.t: 25. IS 15. TJ ifTor -OX & CL \ Pt', .'.' Watt-r .MivH! have nail Sea if*; old, -ii\ feet hi 1', biiIlet-ie.J.il.! ; ar.d !t'.il'l i'ii! t. pct TU-.n. arrive a j-c-r t>ri4 M'JI iaRirh -
1\J J
for sale low for Cah, hvA'M. hi heid; with i t an: aiuinf t-nt "\t-r fu. ? !tt !? '
: this liwi.H-enod, ,nersciir Helen, from New Silk, .Merino, Lamb's Wo. 1 and Cotton ?J I low; i t-jf tJ t'at-rv Prr.t--E i li-h anti Acccnran,
T. WOOD, Ssli: wlucSi! tvitlv an ii5! -( : .''. i.i: hi" nn'rh, !ivt.-, I
Ou ilpt'is and ofil-r for iL' Silk and Cotti.n Umbn Ita-;, Trunks! Hats o nl I ; New; s'vlc in i vtr> .u n. tri.-r Giithacr.i,

Nov 23) 'VI XV.tter ftreet. 91.. FIRIv'NS! he-i D.:rv U'*ittprbttpr'nnwn 20 ) *.iU< Lrn,>p,| Oil, ; 2")1 lbs Potty; C.i ps; .iln, a very [Lr. e a-i rtinent nf loot! him, when he attempts: ft> s.u'ak: .i curi'.uix- j Ci.mj Liwns f.r LaJuDre>s. ,
.
Garden Seeds.ARRANfED # )H LzUtam'i fiirtt-r. An.lv to 1):) U.'firu-d: SpcrmOil ; ael!
fre>h, just wwivrd i-.d 1 for NOtTJr.. 1J\'l & Cn :5J b ''XP* Gli;i :a* -'rtrdip< ; ._. above rewardill I ii uive.i t.r hi-- aj>[)r.hpr.s'i'n j b-1'Jand 1-3-1 3Ia-i itu Lice NLx-dcubl3

W' sale by "j. C. ALLENT. j On Consignment.T"ir 2 > lIZ b )ixes F.mcv Toilet Soap ; 14) PrI1IIS. and jji'lixfry in tins pl. ce, aid .ill rei'i:tbr-! i'IeI1' :iid.irule..

I 10 Ih-s! Trernotit tarch TYPE FOITND11Y ANTU PIIINTEIIS1 FURNISHING spiui. JOHN J Ni\l.\s. white- corded di dj.Li.l .
ul
Jan. 21 Dnr'Ut | sn'nrn-r' h is jn fjJ ke. No. 1 White 'V/AREHOU-. Apalachicola, Jan 17, lMt .*>-IfC *
i'1'HCtnr'is and pnHi.sht.-r-i a beiiilit'nl i I !lot d L.ad ; t-s 1.& .cy Siri Shad. ard P..rasi,

Buiig :tiItI Itopc.Xn of f Pner Hi'U n Fools, -ap a .d Lifter Pa.nr, 10 Pin< Gr.-p-i : 10 do Chrome do; rpHE sih: >n-ihcr-i h.t\i* opened; a new TVPKJL Ne1'! otto Scc l forf Rich Ivtrv aitt: l Pap. r Fjr ..,
22
A PIECED heavv t'1it" Ke iturkv' B. Day i on'cs, JoiiniiU and Lo. er*, Uihles, Prater I 10! Chrome Yellow ; Foy.MMtY in the City of New rurk, win-re I Fizun-l Mn>iiis: !;..]-Mri't-s' and cthc-r? stvlescf

9J\J\J ijiiiij ; 5 J') cnih ir' fHl rC- 'itii'-l tv '? Bok ', PIC., whicli! he oil'-rs vcrv IT.V.Fei7 I 10'( ) aborted Paiiit !niiNlu-s: &.c. feb2S 0A they are readv t to s'ipply onlfr- to any extent, t fr ( ii-s. t.-r '.:[iriTJir Irtst5.L.di.V .

Alw, 150 boxes Tobirro vari'"i* hrj''dfor a'c V. KOPMAN. any kind i ol job or fancv Ty ?e, I Ink, Pa 'er, Ca.eliillev -- I HAVE a few lit. I-vd Irn'iel of VfU-nv j jNinkee Kid! Walfei:..: S i f nnkin aid Giifem,
by LOCKHART & YOU.\G. Cwrd. Steel Colu-iri tIn. :: Ci.tliM SVr! { it. r.tITlalta tv it II r
; >, Uras Rule, : Compo<- Do hi ck and eolorrd 1C d Supper* ail 1 1 its.

Feh2g,9 For Sule. WISHING to cl.-e our hiisi-ip'---' in this 1)lcLPP, tug Sticks C liases and every article tIecess.irya per b-Nhel. Tin S.'ed u t in Ii ut >I l Fl' n-nce Lfhrn, Open-work! ar.cl Duntb.eS.riw

1 AJLJ HHD St. CK.IX S'iz.tr CfI5RLS MESS Pi Rv! : 20) } hbls Nn. 1 I nr.'pired to sail 1 our p\L nsivc slock for Print I mpj! OthVe.Tlu imported h-t xp.ir tn :n llu* i-li-ido! ?.Iilti, in j Uo netts,

20 do N "v Orleans Stiar, to arrive \f M.u-kerr-l ; 'JO | bbl NOJ Mirkerel; ID of DRY GOODS, B.nts; Sho s, Hats$ &<-., at 'lVe| winch I i are cist i in' new moulds fn man the Aletliter.iriPau; seand wi? r.ii-ed :tnI i mnnfil t ton Plnn, friiied und figured Swhs and JackonetRe
,
sek \ bbh Fulton Market IWf, f..r < ile bvDJD3E u >ns'iillv l nv prices fur, PISJ! or citv u accent rn-i* entirely! new set of matrixwHh deep contiIrrs a pi LuiI.1l ion wliere no '>ihcr (\i.tt''it tirew. ftliisliis.
10 ) Rio Collee 53 do Java
I rasp""* Hvson 1't'l,; &. PfUTT10 M. rc'ia-.t* a-ul ..thers vi-ilin t thncitv, will I I find are' warrantee! tbe Itu1itrta.l by any, and The Sf-ed n thert'fori' g.'t.uine. S nn'jlcs ot the :
40 bxs Ammatic Tiben 1t,2S 9 ( Water ild at jirices tu 'iiit the, times. Cotton ('.1) b: see-i at the! ntIi; of M-'S rs. MeKiy -< t<> ;< 11 vcrv low.Mrc'i'2 .

-- making their purchase-! *. Printing Presses tarnished, and also Steam &. I I.irthtrne! at .uLtcItioLi, and which .re of > F KOPMXNPainty -
'
5') a' !Met W di. BrowiN md2'l Lbh% _
Porfniicry.COLOGNE J. STEVEN50X fc CO. E'ui'i<" (II! t the rno ') S' ertn C-n-llpi: 't') hvs: brown Soap, Lnv. !er, Floiid.i, Watery Ev- Apahehiroli, Jan. 12, 1810' juil73lfa : Rollers cast for Printers. 'The oed cu t bs forwarded by sti'nrriboat to Oils, and Glass.

101 bass Shot ; .VJkpi-' Powder! '' Jisstninp: Amhrr, P.'rlii.. al, -V A Machini-t constantly in attendance lo repair Aiul: ,ichicolj or Columbus tir any intermediate CinsoN; k CLAIM',

2YYJ lb$ Lest l ; 4 eaii Linseed Oil, Sir. So-jps: Preston Salts, Otto of Rose*. &,'. fltt aul Sliocs.BOYS' Pre-J-w-.s and do I lijjht t work.C'li'f.r ( ) WHOLESALE[ AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

210 kp.'s Wnitc L aJ. No 1. F.\ ra nnd Pure. J n-21 J. C. ALLEN. :: ( and Ainu's Rus-c-l Pro im, of Newsiai-r.s| : ; who will buy three REUBCN C. SHORTER Sr. Pai.ils, Otis, Varni'hes 'Turpentine, Window

For vale by W. G. PORTFR &. Co. <; wM and! pp;;M KIJJ Broyans Eufanb Ala. 15 IG. 5-Sw ;
fo i-f
: time :H rri'ich' tYpe as their bilN amount may J-muery, Glass .
Nw 2'J 41 4 1 U'afpr strpct. ( OtS CohIsi2flhIeI (. Gent.5 line C ill
on Unum-j, Nment
as'tt
hand
gi ive the above si\i tn< hs' i iteit ion in I their papers : Will keep coii' taMly to a j ryd
A SMALL: ;iss Ttrrinnt of Gmdi, : -. :; VV'.n's pp-rM and ewM Shops;' ChiMren'sdo. do. and send their containing it to the Siii'ii ," of MIXKD PAINTS of All cr>l"r/ for Stean

Molasses.BRt3. C"tl>, Ti-i, Soip, Can l1'I, 'T<.!)acro, Snner f. idipV Kid and Morocco Shoes, subs"ri irI'i. papers RC3TAURAUT, HILLIAIiU! 1 I AND READING (fiats{ Shipping and Plantation me; tnelherwi'h'

N. 0. Molassej, for s.lphy ( ii'iprsvli.r, Rrindy, A.c., is oflL-red( at New Super Liflit" Gaiter Bor.N. numerous
50 CUf'KROFT fc OVEUEXD, OS Ann st. ltO )M. a variety articles ia the painting !I.'n Mirth 7 J. DAY & Co York I ivou-e price., liv GejitL-vriPii'sroir-ie: and linCalf Roof
New York, Aiu. (li, ls5| Hl-fnn Corner Comtneron and Centre Streets. to rnentioi. ,.
Saddlery for Sale at Cost and j n-t:; .> NOUR F, STONE & (.0. A I.irtp an-lexJe FiVC irtmpnt, just received, Hon-e, Sio, and Stesro Boat Painting, an**.

Charges. For Sale. and for ale by V/M. G. PORTKR &. Co. To Printers. 1JY R. E.: I.MONO. (Glr/Jn; :', dune, with neatness and despatch, aiiruderate
Nov 2i) 41 Water TYPE FOITXDIJY AND PiJIN'TI'JltJ1 FURiNisiiLxa -
on hatid an asirtrnnt ff SiHdle, r1 BOXES R.. ( fin,; PI ite, 11 I bv t20. __ street, WAU Eiioasir :. pnce5t/or rash J

HAVING, &c. tc I will dMj-iose' f t'lem asb U ? ) d. Tin do 1-3 X, OlBC C9isisneIi. j"IIE snbdi-ribers have opened a new Type OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed, 22 Water street, Apa/ichicob.

<'ve f>rpasb. 5 i b lh Sheet Iron, No* I 12 to 21)), ASK > superior Rice n w landing from JL Fonrjr! in the city of New York, where Pickled and in the hell. Jan. lp, ISJ5., / _

.On hand a fine Bugjy and Harness, which will J'ri'.ierVn-id S'iPPthins Co >n r, ..d hri; Tybee, ami for sale byFeb21 they are ready t t.> sn ply nrdor.s' to any extent, loranv WELSH RARKP.ITTS: Iran &c.r1i .

be t"ld for cash. IU ck 'Tin, Lid!, Iron, aid Tm'd Pivets, NOUR. STONE & Co kind of Job! or Fancv T\pe i Ink, Paner, Cas.G.dLys .->s POACHED EHGS( ; HE nlicnbers, Nails hand ard for gaej
BIRD SUPPER?, havtt. on
March 28 P. HOBART.Notice. B'tc'cet i Eir-: Rar Iron Hoop Iron
HI-.HS Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE
Pork: & B ref. ffj-; Private Supper; Ror.rrn.HOT JL whIettt Ie and retail/I t hr CJ hj2i -
Niil Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and retail ,1 BBLS. i\I.ss and Prnno P.O: !k ; 30 bbls. Composing; Sticks, Ciaps! and every article, ne- LUNCH every d iy from 11 to 1. ) ton ass >rle
by Lj ) J\Ies-4and Prime 15eef, //or sale by ccssiry for a Printing Office. Also second hand and rvj ht and Cut
wanted for smdry accounts nf lon Nov i RODENTS! ALLEN &. Co. materials. Families visitors supplied with O\ter bv kejj-j Spikes Wnju ,

CASH All pprons intere-'tpd will take M.rc 7 J. DAY & Co. The Type which are cut in imitation of the the barrel or gallon. March 14 Sheet and Boiler Iron,,

due notice and srovern thornjplve Hollow Wart, a central assortment,
accordingly or
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Flavouring1 Waters. En ti.t/i letters cast in new Moulds from
CtIV1tSSei Blums. are anentir :
JLiimber.TUST Sng.ir and C.1deb'.tIies.Ceo' ,
j wil March|-23 lui: them personalv.PETER! HOHART. A N orlirier.t ju-t receivpd, oii'I l for *:ile by CASKS Canvassed Ham-i, for sal[* by ly new sot of Matrivs with deep! counters received "i J.UUJ leet Yellow Pine LnmJ anrt ParloV'St'o'vPs, Sad Irons,

Nov au) .1. C. ALLE.N, Dru.'iisf. WOOO & CO are warranted to be unsmpas-spd by any, antI will
tier, aborted qu uliic.: Al-o, on hand fiJJij( ): icksmith'i Tool.s, Hardware,
Purchase for Cash.A jI'irli 7 a 2 V4tII.-4t. be sold to suit the times. All the type lurnihfd feet White Pine s.u'led from to 0 inrh Britannia ant! Jappand Wares Brass Andiron
Wanted to [ p r u'liji Huron, $inn Hivre, a hv IH is hand e.ut." The from foundry ; J which
NRRO B'Y' trom 13 to 2'l) VMM **!' aae RECEIVED of French Boots, made by the eel- Razging and1CiC flope. can hi: matched ut t ths establNhment.typpx any will be. sold low Jor the call, l>vPETER [Fire Dogs Sl'ovi h and Tongs,

suitable for taking care of a horse and br.tlet! hurter. \ PIKCB3 heavy KKV I'UCKEY BAG- Printing Presps lurni.'hpd, also Steam Engines HOP ART.N Ho. ka and ThimhU, Blocks. Pnmp B XM.M .
Amity tmchU March Co. / Lwnber will be dc-liwred trout the yard, .trim Sport Yarn, Manilh and Hemp Crrdage
waitinz in the hou 7 IliJ..iL& GING ; 50 Coils Rope ; Also, 20)) of lh most ajwroved pattern.*. .
WOOD & CO 32 WatPr-st. sacks for sale bv Roller- % after this d ite unless i paid for-, or a written i orJr Anchors Pitch. Oakum, Tar, Crial Tar,Risin.
corn
OCJ Composition east for'PrinJprs.DPC. .
- Bi1ug and Hope.PC3. BUG DEE & HOWARD, from a res > nsiblc pcrs.in.Cangress March 2S Turpentine Sperm and Linseed Oil.
Sugar. 14 I''::: very heavy Lounvillp, Man & COCKRQ"r &.QVEREND, Paints and Brush s, Rinsing and Pump Laljjfr '
.i jin.1 No 7, C"lrnhii3 Bhrlc- 13 1SF
ly 6-SAnn-yU
HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. sUperior 9.ftJ Co. Baling ; 300 coils Bale Hope, Spring Water Mitts Pumps and .Buckets, .

2 5 St. Couc, in etore; for sale by for sale by CEDAR n-anted by ']BAGGING_200 rolls, for sale by >, JUST received per achr. LeRoy, and far sale by Tin and Sheet Iron Ware. -

.Much 7 V:. J. DAY & Co. March 7 J. DAY 4. Co. D. D. WOOD & CO. D. B. WOOD CO..f ; Ql J. C4ALLEN. March 14 ,ROBERTS, ALLEN & C&I *

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