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THE 'EMPTY CRADLE.
BY MISS HIANINAH F. GIOLLD.
She sits by 'he cradle with sadness and sighing
And thorus the small shoe that her fair infant
wore ;
Her blaek ribboned bonnet beside her is lying,
For sle ihad been out where the light breeze was
sweeping
The drops from the flowers, which the night had
been weeping
Around the fresh grave, where her loved one was
sleeping
So soundly its mothercould wake it no more :
'Twas there she sped forth, when the morn yet
was blushing
With rose tints and saffron the mild orient sky ;
And there was she bowed, while the hot tears
; ," gushini.r,
To shower the cold eoas frum he wo-cloe:ded
eve.
She whispered-she called-but her child did not
hear her ;
Her lips to its bed she brought nearer and nearer;-
Than life, with all else, oh she felt it were dearer
Her darling to clasp but a moment and die !
For this was the hour, when, in beauty awaking,
Her babe had been wont herglad soul to illume;
And now her worn heart-strings were bleeding
and breaking,
The glory of morn wrapt her spirit in gloom ;
And deatI and the grave seemed their suppliants
spurning;
When back in despair, to her chamber returning
All drooping and lorn, and with fond bosom year-
ning,
She sought from the cradle what lay in the tomb!
But drear isits void-and its coldness how chilling!
With soft infant breathing it soothes not her ear;
'Tis grief's bitter essence all round it distilling ;
Her cherub is gone-and death's loneliness here!
Oh! -keen, keen the anguish the now childless
mother "
Retires in her babe's empty cradle to smother ;
And known to her soul and its God. but none
other.
The weight of her wo and the price of her tear.


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B. S. 1Ilawley,
FAC rOR ANDI. CO.MISI(SSION M\IERCHANT,
; + Cor."Water and Chestnut streets,
: April-4' L + Apalachicola, Fa.
. T'\' C CI. t. Austin,
+ COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ,
Water Street,
Apala"chicola, Fa.


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Wl.,SYDNEY GREEN, I). D
W- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.


-arrIved. Sa'rah Henwick and Susan Jones
were both tI.ere : and as each was a showy
girl, they had the gratification to attract and
retain a considerable part of the notice of Mr.
Benson and his friend, for the expected guest
had brought an old college friend down
with him. Mr. Benson was universally pro-
nounced one of the most elegant and affa-
ble of men, for he danced with most of the
leading belles, and indeed seemed bent on
making a good impression. His friend,- Mr.
Churchill, was more reserved, but he had
an air of great dignity, and was evidently a
man of superior mind. Neither Miss Ben-
sou nor Margaret Warwick were present,
for the former was indisposed, and the latter
had not been invited: so that the two friends
had the field to themselves, and as they were
'.llyf _,e lh-i:J.-:o:nest girls.in the roorn,iheir
triumph was complete. jrt, Benson at-
tended Sarah Henwick home, wh'le his"
friend offered his arm to Susan Jones.
For several days the vanity of the two
girls suffered no check. Mr. Benson had
called frequently on Sarah Henwick, who,
giddy and vain, already began to build day-
dreams, and plan what she would do when
the wife of Clara Benson's rich cousin.
Susan Jones was not willing that her friend
should be ahead of her, so she also convert-
ed the occasional visits of Mr. Churchill
into something serious, and began to look
with scorn on some of her former friends,
for report said that he was 'even. more
wealthy than his friend, and a lawyer of
high reputation, though yet comparatively
young.
The first check to vanity of the two girls
was on an occasion of a party given by the
Shubricks, when neither of them was invi-
ted; but Sarah Henwick was partially ap-
peased when Mr. Benson, calling in the
next day for a few minutes, expressed bis
regret at not having met her. He had
scarcely gone, however, when Susan Jones
made her appearance, boiling with indigna-
tion and- wrath.
Who do you think was at the party last
night ?" she said, scarcely waiting to- take
breath and speaking rapidly and almost in-
coherently, while her friend was hospitably
busied in untying her bonnet strings.
Sarah Henwick mentioned a dozen per-
sons by name.
On? to be sure-all those of course,"
interrupted her friend testily, but who
else?" I
"Not Margaret Warwick!"'
"Yes! Margaret Warwick !"
"That nobody!" exclaimed Sarahl Hen-
wick, dropping the bonnet with surprise.
"Yes! and Mr. Churchill, they say,
danced with her nearly the whole evening,"
said ;usau Jones, ready to cry with morti-
fied vanity and vexation.
I- Mr. Benson was just here," her friend
could not help remarking with ill concealed
exultation, "and he said how sorry he was
not to have seen me there last night. I
merely replied that I and the Shubricks did
not visit,"
Oh! you needn't think to rejoice over
me," said Miss Jones to herself: then look-
ing up with flashing eyes, she addressed her
friend as follows :
But that isn't all. They say Mr. Ben-
son was even more devoted to his cousin,
and that they are engaged for sure, and
have been for a year. And old Mrs. Beau-
port is said to have remarked that he only
came here to see us village girls-did, you
ever hear such impudence?--7when Clara
banished him, as she does every morning,,
for there you know she works for the poor."
At these words, delivered in a -tone of
triumph, Sarah Henwick turned pale with
anger. The two friends well understood
each other, and knew what envious feelings
rankled in their bosoms; they united, how-
ever, in their envy of Clara and their ha-
tred of Margaret Warwick. On this, latter
person, therefore, their full furyfell. ...
"Anti I suppose that Margaret Warwick;
thinks she is going to get Mr. Churchill-
the vain, upstart minx !" said Sarah Hen-
wick, after a pause, during which she
smothered her rage for the present, being:
too proud to betray her feelings at what
she had heard of Miss Benson. *ttI don't
know what we ate coming to; and She no
better tihan a beggar, and as simple looking
as a fool, "
"I'm 'sure I don't care for Mgr. Ch'ureh-
ill," said Susan Jones, tossing her head.
As for his being.so~rich, I don't believe a
word of it. He is only some half-starved
lawyer, come down here to pick up a ife
with money."'
"Then he'll scarcely marry Margaret
Warwick," said Sarah [-eiiuick pointedly,.
"Oh! no, he's only flirting with her.
She'll repent her folly ? et, but when it's too
late. Yet.what better could be expected of
her, for folks do say strange things of her
mother; and I'm sure it ispnot usual, aud
don't look well, +for her ~to be receiving a
.pension as she does, nobody knows from
w hom ." .+ + { ,.+-: ".


And thus did these malignant girls re-
venge their mortified vanity by endeavoring
to sully the fair fame of their innocent rival
and her excellent parent.' Had,.either Sa-
,rah Henwick or her friend kno%'n the extent
of the admiration with which .- %I'-'2ret had
inspired. Mr. Churchill, they onild ,Ihve
been ready to have bitten their tungues off
with vexaiion.. :
Aitiie,1 in a simple+White dress, with a,
single white rose in her luxuriant dark hair,
Margaret, Warwick never looked lovelier
than at the party at Governor Shn.brick's,
with %hose F,,.ilv her excellent breeding
and iuiisSi-iii..: virtues made her, an espe-
cial .:,orlire. Tht. old Governor' himself
L.,.t id irI! i ,..ed Nfri, Churchill to her, call-
ing her the flower of their- village, which,
summoning a roseate blush to. her cheek,
made her look more nch,lutin,2 thatn.ever.,
The young lawyer wti deligl-ted with her
beautiful e~ivbarr,',,snient, but more delighi-
e-d.iwhen, afterr hcr re-,erve wore off, lie dis-


covered how richly stored was her mind,
and how pure were all her sentiments. ,
Day after day he was seen at the little
white cottage of Mrs. Warwick, and one*
or twice, in the moonlight evenings, he and
Margaret were noticed walking under the,
avenue of elms that skirted the pretty
church-yard.
"Rejoice with me," said Mr. Churchil l
at length, breaking into bis friend's room
one day, with almost boisterous hilarity, a
mood of mind be was rarely seen it. '"I
am the happiest of men. Miss Warwick
acknowledged that she reciprocates my V+
love, and she is the best and loveliest of hei
sex .
"Always excepting my sweet cousin, the :
future, Mrs. Harry.Bensoa," said, his friend,
with a quiet smile. calmly knocking thb:
ashes from hiWeigar.
Churchill smileftoo, for he saw his friend :-.
was inclined to quiz him, as even a man's ; ;
bestfriend, they say, is'inclined i6 on such'
occasions.
"Then excepting ClaraBenson," he said.
"We will draw no comparisons between
our future wives. But I can say, if I was
not about to marry Miss Warwick, I should
envy Harry Benson his bride.""
"And I can 'say the same of sweet, love-
able Margaret, who is an angel, if such
things be on this earth. Most heartily do
I congratulate you on the possession of such
a treasure, and I know Clara will weep for
joy when she6hears of your, success, for
Margaret's shrinking delicacy has led bar
always to avoid yourname, and Clara, no
later than last night, said she could not
venture to say'what her friend's sentiments
respecting you were. But now I must go
to acquaint dear Clara with the news."
When Mr. Benson camb back rt dinner
he said,
"I met Miss Jones on the'pate just now,
and she looked as sultry as a thundercloud.
That girl will bring an action of breach of
promise against you yet." '
"Why, I never went there but three or
four times, and &hen only'because you in-
insisted 1 should, lest the people here
might call us proud. She is a showy but
empty girl, and full or the most rankling
envy." '
"You have, sketched her, character ex-
actly. But do you know she calls Marga-
ret a nobody."
Churchill smiled, Because she is poor,
and her mother is a stranger. But Mr.
Warwick before he- failed, ,,was anything
but a nobody."
"And Miss Henwiek, wilhwhom I flirted
for a while out of sheer mischief, because
I saw she was vain and pretending, vows C
you are a half-starved, pellifo-geer. nd I. ;
presuming, stuck-up fop-ha! ha!" ...
"6I fancy," said Churchill, with a quiet
smile, Ithat Miss Henwick. with her nar-

row mind and purse-proud importance, isl
the real nobody!"
A FAMILY. ScEiNE.-Wife-My dear, I'
really think it time we had a new carpet
for pur parlor, that old red and green affair
begins to look indifferent.
Husband-(rather coldly)--Is comfort-
able' enough, T I~ sure-suits well ihe fur-
niture. and by no me-ans offends ,nV taste.
Wife-(Affecting a plh.asznt and soothing
tone.) Why that may be all true enough,
mydear; but'appearances must be kept up.
Husband-That is, we must spend twice
as much as is necessary, to appear grand
and elegant in the eyes'of those who do not
care a fig fort U '.
Wife-No, I don't mean that at all, and
you know I don't But you know as well as
I do,- that if we+ do not"let people see that
we can afford+ to have the best of every
thing, and look as well as our neighbogrsk +.-
they will not respect us. /
Husband-That (snapping his./ fingers
ene'getically)" for the respect of siich peo-
ple. WIVhat is it other people'is business
whether I have a richly furnis ted parlor oi
not. They certainly have DO- right to ex-
pect me to- lay out twice as 1 itc in deco-
raiiig a room to receive them +in wheu they
choose to .honor me With their company, a
Would keepp my family in cormforlable elolh-
jng for a" year, and :go far lolwards paying
rent in thle bargaiin. 1
Wife--Nons-ense! This .3 another spe-
eimen of yonroutlandish notions. If you
were to hi've vo,,r own wav,' you would
have no handso'mely furnished parlor in the
house, unless you could sit ini it yourself?
every evening.
+H 'us~hand--M'ay be I wouldn't.',
W Yife--No I know yon wouldn't'.
Hushand--Let mne see--there's'a side-
bioard which is nevcr used, lnmber'ing up
our back pIrlor, which cost me one hun-
dred dtllais. This stun would have earper-
ed our chambers, replenished our oedB+
and purchased a new hair mnaltrass ftrr a
summer luxury. AnJl there is Jane's Pi-
ano, which drained me of -150 dollars mor",
antd is no we to any body in the house o'r
ont of it, The sofa. loo, "which none but..


strangers are alloeled to eujoy, was 85 dol- "
lars more, and now you want a new carpet \
for~the-i use- of those who would be morm '
readv to say, evil lhan a kind word of you.
If it'wasn't forthe'ie parlors, and ornaments
and superfluities I might get along in the
world without all -the embara~sments and
perplexities that now dog my outgoings and
inuomine-s. The one or two thoiisand dol-
lar- which I have naready paid out in finery
and showy Infurriture for occupiedd rooms,
if I now had it, would mnqke my business
easy, and enable me to add six or seven
hundred a year to mny icome.
[Just at this in,ere.-ting moment a servant
is-summoned to the street door.]
Wil'e-Bless me! there comes some one,
and i'lis room is all topsy turvy. Here,
hian, ine the bri-rh. thi-z hearth is covered
wth coals and ashes. There, Sally, smooth
down the rug. ,I do wish you would let me
keep a fire every e,'ening in the parlor; it


Dr. A. W. Chiapinan,
Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf


I. D. HEt.. H.\RG.'vt-HOWARD
-: %'/",: Bngbee & e Howard., : '
C 0 M-M i SSION AND FORWARDING
LEH CHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus, Block,.
Nov. 1, 18415. Apalachicola/Fa.

.WVH0L ES.\LE AND RETAIL GROCER,
S1., rt11',,il 1t, ., r:ti n on paid to putting up family,
, L steamboat and ship stores.
: -. N.o. 49 Water street,
dec20 Apalachicola, Fla.
Joel W. Perry, >
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
COMMISSION \MERCHANT,
: No. 42 Water street,
Dec 20 Apalachicola, Fa.


J B.Jrowng,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL practice in the District Courts of the
United States, and the State Courts of the
Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western
Clirc.lit.
Office in Tallahassee.
January 10, 1846. 2-3m


II. E. Owenls,
ATT ORINE'Y 'AT LAW,
NEWTON, Dale County, Ala.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf
REMOVAL.
W. G. 1q. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W- Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1845.
A. G. Sexmnics,
ATTORNEY -AT LAW.
W- Office, ANo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
3. LLaw,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
5- Will attend punctually the Superior Courts
of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of
the South Western, and of the county of Thomas
of the Southern Circuit. may3
IJoln Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of the
South-Western Gircuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5,184-5. 31--tf

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


: H. & SS.. LJ. A. Hull
VACTTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.-: .... No. 4"7 W ater street,
Nov. I, 1845., *' APALACHICOLA, FA.
Davil G. Rae}-y,
lcO:.I I. Sli,-IN ,-: FORWA RDING MERCHANT
A_;D DEALER IN GOODS,
N,,. 43 Water street.
N 5 o 1-,- Ar. ,h,,l,; :',.1 Fv.
Pa'ajic5 aioy8Biie,
WHIO"LESALr AND RETAIL DEALER 1N7,
SHO ES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
: Cheap jbr Cash,
octfl A iih,=it,it- Street, Apalachicola, Fila..
J. ('. A.le~l,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
D'iIUJS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, 'OILS,
GLASS, BRf_:.-_L.D'., &c., &-c.
: also, .
A general assortment of
BOJ--:", lELA: ,i:S, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
no* -5 At, 1.iir ^,,: h ,.l,, Fla.
*::- ^ P. lsobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CAB [INET FURNITURE.
"'- <...... *11 W after street-Up stairs,
iv-','.1 Apalachicola, Fla.


[From the Saturday Evening Post.]
SHE'S NOBODY.
BY JANE -WEAVER.
I wonder at Clara Benson for associa-
ting with that Margaret Warwick," said
Miss Sarah Henwick, with a haughty toss
of the head.
"I wonder at it too. She's nobody!"
said Susan Jones.
"While Clara Benson is a lady; her fa-
therAvas a lawyer, and her grand-father went
to Congres; and she is quite rich ; the shop-
keepers say she alwvtys pays the best prices,
and you can see how splendidly she dresses."
"Yes-but rather odd--entirely too plain
for her standing in life. Indeed, Miss Ben-
son is an odd person every way; and though
all yevi say of her family is true, still she is
no better than other folks and need not take
on herself airs."
"Now I do, really think," rejoined Sarah
Henwick, "that she visits Margaret War-
wick only to vex us. But some folks will
see where they will end-even if they do
hold their heads so high."
Sarah Henwick and her companions were
daughters of very respectable people, in the
pretty village ol Manchester-but as their
parents did not belong to either the wealth-
iest or Lhe most refined society, and as both
girls had a sufficiency of vanity and envy
-their lives were made unhappy by their
desire to be received into what was called.
pur excellence, the aristocratic circle. To
be acquainted with Mrs. Beauport, the Min-
ister's rich mother, or to have the daughters
of Ex-Governor Shubrick on their visiting
list, formed the height of their ambition.
Of this small and select circle, into whose
bosom the two young ladies fruitlessly as-
pired to be introduced, Clara Benson was
the chief ornament. She was unaffectedly
polite to all, and the farthest possible from
being haughty. Her position, as well as the
love with which all classes generally regard-
ed her, enabled her to bring deserving merit
to light, where the possessors, by poverty or
otherwise, were prevented from becoming
known. Thus she had imbibed a strong
friendship for Margaret Warwick, who, with
her widowed mother,. lived in a cottage at
the end of the village, on a small pelision,
of which nothing was known except that
lawyer Johnson paid it to her every quarter,
and refused to answer any questions respect-
ing the source whenc.e it came.
That one whose poverty was exhibited in
her well-worn,though scrupulous neat dress,
should be preferred before themselves, who
wore silks and sent to town for their bonnets,
galled Sarah Henwick and Susan Jones to
the quick, and their tongues were never idle
in abusing poor Margaret or sneering, where
they dared, against Miss Benson.
Margaret was not beautiful, but her face
was the index of a kind and pure bosom; so
that every one, not prejudiced against her,
fJ-1, -iu1 .U 1 c, harin in her sweet and gentle looks.
The notice of Miss Benson, which would
have spoiled most girls as young as herself,
(lid not disturb her equanimity. She was
still the same loving and unselfish creature
as before. ]
"Did you hear that Clara Benson's cous-
in was coming here to-morrow ?" said Sarah
Henwick to hey confidant, a few days after
the preceding conversation. "There is to
be a great, party at Marshall's; :,w,1 all the
girls arelgoing to set their caps for him."
"Oh! yes, I was just coming to tellyou
all about it. I have seen the list of those
to be invited-quite select,. I assure you.
What do you intend to wear?'
- "Tliy say Mr. Benson is very hand-
Nr.li -'." I ..I
"And rich!" rejoined 1,1i;; Jones.- H "II:
.ul.in1, ,.h,,Lrk eyes they say," she continued.
g1,1i,1 i1:.; towards the glass.
A half concealed sneer rose to her friend's
lips as she saw this little bit of vanity, and
M iss Henwick flatteredl,,_.._lf in itlirdi.iii,
how much prettier than Miss Jou,'". c'jni2in.o,,
report said she herself w.as.
SFor several days iothi,.l was talked of
111101 llie young- ladies except the p;I iN at
Mlai'1a!I I'*z A t last tir e r10 n ,?ct,.1i3 it," -. -i


2.Lt'ek~t<.a'l, <& oung',-
C 0 M M ;SiiN nd F 0 R W A R D I N G
' -=+- MERCHANTS,
~~No...,- W-.t,?r t,'e,.tr
no>'.] i .\ r jl ,,: in,?,,;.i, F ] i.

W,,r. iv. Sims. 'v -M Vv'.CE..:,
Siem, A- Cl'evier.
C 0 M _M I .S ._' 1 i ,_', f\l R C H .A N "" S,
,*.- \J.}r'.', ',.. i" t-Cul~iliil.,ii- GJ il tiu. _i -
d.-.:! .\ikl'i," l i,', > ,l ,. H la.
<_'oo!4e A- E.oa'iac,
COM:,iff.d'.j-',)N. MERCHANTS,
S.I.' ..No., 13,.St. Charles Street,
,:: N.' Orleans.


Advances.
rpHE subscribers continue, as heretofore, to
I make liberal advances on Cotton consigned
to the address of their friends in Liverpool, New
York or Boston. C. ROGERS & Co.
Oct. 25 1 47 Water street.
XGHANGE on New York, for sale by
Ei S. DAVENPORT,
April 11. 50 Water street.


I


AmOs HooeRN.


I


Exchaange.
T IIE subscribers as Agents for the Bank of
_L Brunswick, are prepared to purchase bills on
New York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or
Charleston, and check on New York in sums to
suit purchasers.
Nov 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co.
T UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed inspector of Lumber
for' Franklin County, offers his services to the
public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment. He may
be found at 22 Water street.
March 28 JAMES GIBSON.


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


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W:,i..'. if-. Po r -, & .'o.
lE.' L1:lS i.s7 ,;,-,,",",.-t t" :i{ ,-,-_,_,I,rTI~.SIrN
*'!ir: [;,:'i l :.;1:5-.'
N .,.. 41 W .i,.r r,_?,t.
N ..' ". 3 .'\ i'^ -,.,Iit.: ,:.! a. F a.

Wi.T. 'Woodf.
No...W'I I 1_ I ,, -E-I T,
No. 12 \\'a"f, ,ir,_ei,


'Washingto t Couinty.
TAX COLLECTOR'S SAEE.
WILL be sold on the 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: :
Four hundred and ei htv acres of land, lying
in Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of
the estate of Jacob A. Blackwell, and to be sold
for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of
Blackstone, and -to be sold for the Lto-,,-
for the year 1845. /
Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes'
Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1S45.
Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to
be sold for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing in Holmes' Valley, levied on as the property
of Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for
the year 1845. O V. C -
I J OHN W. COOK, Sheriff,
and ex-officio State Tax Collector.
hM.,,. I-, 28, 1"',- 4 13-6m


N o~v 2". A |.il ,,'hi,',-;l F ,
ALUcRr DoDiE. CHARLES PRt.\rr.
D0.:ige & P5'al.
HH-IP~NG COJMMIS.'ION MEPRC-HA-tNTS.
No. !1) Water .Srre,':t,
N, -, "22 Al ,l l .'.-., F'>


tlabefia..,, Atteat & Co.,
1 N I T "j, f '[ 1 ', [ : [, ,'N IC ,1 I P 1 7R.j
B R ii. EA c.1
AL O _E A L I-Th S IN
nijr.
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W ILLIAMI D iC.NEV. J.\. I rh:.._,,-n.
1Diak.ey <& B-tl;B:ii7;20i.;.5,
SHIP AND, FAMILY GROCERS,
:32 W atcr-rfsrt _t, .\,.,1 ,.'h;:,.lai Fa.
0>',",b..-r t-, 1!^_l'> -rll
BE. H-. T':yylos',
C IMINMI-SSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT.,
i No. 2"2 V tr- tl,. +
J ,: '^ Iv A f,.il ..-h!,',-',-".
*; ^ ,;, *Heniry., of-d s, C.
ATCTTI-NEER A NiD C0 MI MISSION
M11 E 11L C1 A 7 T,
22 W'a.r 'trer. APALACHI.'O-]LA, F.I.
H. R. \IV.ooD. P. 1V.1i.'CULL-N.
111o S a' ll &4, 0.,
A U C T I ON L E R: A .1 ND C 0 M M I S 31N
MER7C H.V-Tr.N.
SN.,..'; \V jter rr,---O,
No,,'. 1, 1'_ 17-. A p i-', ,h"i.'n Fa: ^
L i b,-r.;'i .,.tv.mi'.e'< lni,],?. on ",'u;L'i rilnentlt '\
The strictest altenti.-m pai|'J to ShIle_ out Doors.
S.2-3-s at Store ever, ,.'1u1'0'.


i!IcKiay & Itnls'llhone,
'CO M1 I I SS 1 O N M ER C l-I ANTS,
-+ N .... 1Hj \,'a' t,"-r st,'e,;-,:
.- N or. 1, S 15.- A p.-ii.'-lii.. Flui..I
D, B. R. ood & Co.,
F.'nR.L .-Cu3[M fSION MERCHANTS,
, N o. 2:1 \, i-r s i e.
., 1. IS -1.5. AF, T,:; ,N l. A N .
Tlaos. L..lritlichl,
.EOlI'VINIr, FOR,-\P.\W;]ID!NG;, A N ,
':. ; */ ,_'MMIS.SIO.N MLiR.'T-!_ANT,
-N... ;j7 \Var~er str.r..t,
N.;r. 1. I- 1.3>. A palwhi,'.-,l. Fla.


; Bavtuiai Scap^--?.
Kf\ fl[[-' BEST Havana .-:,%:,, for sale
OV,, by WOOD & Co,
-_;,il4. .- 32 W after st.


Pea- avdav!:lii Ne w (Plr i.,c- at..
Y3ECEIVED as '-.l,:,\? a choice selection of
it lF Family Groceries and Provisions; also, a
fres-h ,u ,,vi~i'\ .f S|..ri,,.2- :,,,1 .l urr, iii-r C l,,'tlI ir-,=
m ade up in t ,i: lii.,<-t l, -. f,. s..l,:- I,-.-,
<- '_i;,lN ;.: C'L.-APP, '
_M trL-l, "*.'! "-"*? \Vi.-t r l ,' -+1.
S r IL LS .'-, the i, ..l!,![,?; ,?i.,[ B t,!, r,|' M :?,-,r,. i.-
-1 c":.,vid '.t par ,for Goods at the lowest cash
lit .' ..< i, ,' ... .
M ;.i,'- ".2B. ELLISON Co.
Bllope.
OD 0 C c II.S'. f. .,' +
00 rnarh!! D" i WOOD ;.0t'O.


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NIML AL A-A~


APALACITHCOLA, SATURDAY, APRIL Q5, 1846.


[NUMBER 17.







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of London. whiehlpronise- to be .pro'dnuti-ve bIe to it, en :ede1. nu, tu do an:, thin to e-f0I11-
'of inn'?tieIoiJ,-; i'.v-I I It -, tap e.ir-; that for inf the ir,'et u t eChin U ;i s a body. AUout
some time pa.t a feliuL, has .been growing fyjir hundred ministers and elders attended,
tip am,:,n- ill,:, ,more enhl.hiteneI and liberal',the great majority of whom, our informant
of -hI l .7l-i-lh ,lows its it very ,_,',- 1 I r1,01ni s ttes.'-expi-ess.e'.d tlem selves strongly against
,.u-'I[tIo, IP I.. n I,. iI W t t tp hil ,,) of 1lie I>,a- 'the A fliance.- H however we may regret this,
-'11 1r0. 1.l, lth t l they- are not'' boe ndl to1 it i ., t eri4ii1'l.,-iis- '; t the ahIklm w which
.111-. by l l", intlel i 'vai .,r, -ire,, by the .ine I,*.,.oies eiiier;ioei ;s ro the A alliance
,i,;1.1.1. but ,ir,-1 'it Ijielv ti put lh,., ot begin a. Free C hurch movepiient.
,.,,nst.'uith' f ou ,itficl|i-.-.'^es. As a .'.. ** : [bicepooL Courier.
,:. the [Fromi the Cor' Repcrier, March' 10.]
. .,,,,, ilv of, T .ilmnt,, aandresolve to ae A M""IC ; S PIRIT.--A
,no,,.lo,] ,- ulier stian ,d rd of t,'ulh {th-n It I,,.|, n the recollection of one readers
t(ie l,,. audI theil Piplheis. T I e-$ re-ul-t has th't'. ..-t we announced on Saturdayy the arrival
bee. .. = I- t d".ision bas occ e.l. in-.;n ovc,--of a U united States pilot stchioo'ner,
fl"V,:, ,M TNI "r T.: ..p TATES.-A s84tons, direct from New York, having on
.:year has-' passed since the -a. ,lti,,.-m les- ordi gentleman-supposed to be-the bear-
ico-Ie"lh,',e.v ; ", .,;,n-3us dictatorship, and- .+e,. 'rf.oficial despatches- who at once pr Io-
nothing ris been d-ne l,; place the instita- needed to London. On iher arrival in Cove'
tions'ona respectable _tooting. Time has H1rbs6r,t with' the American flag flying at
been consumied in useless discus-sions;- in- the nast head, a Lieut. of H. T. S. Van-
(decision, and weakness have been the sole `uadwas dispatched by order, as we under-
<'h;:.'cielItie41s of the Government. Thus stand, of the Admiral,/to require that the
'lfive-the-oii -e,,pbee 'encourage(]d-o 'flag should beat. once taken down. The
eommtnit it the I, e, ohenworld- the sVprida- In,, the, W .Romer received -the
lon I r,)bl',:ry of [e'i, :Thus have all the Britislh/officer with much courtesy, as -ed
resotfrrhf e olh nrlin -been wasted, and himndown to the cabin-and having been
11,01y: I|r, public purposes raised, at an ex- d aequainie with the object of his visit,
horbitant interest. --Thus have factionsibeen the American's repl] was' characteristic-'-
I .lI .II r ,I anon e ry sd .. ... o ,., .u.7
,l,,,?a.;?.d and,:.,,, ,M.,,.,, on eer side k, So long as I have an arm-to pull a tris'er,
w.er,_ .n m3 1 ,nol_,di.,,lm.>n, and tihe na- noman shall dare to touch that flag." This
tiotioin the midst ofarnarchy and confusion, m ep .. th .-. not
h i pro mrpt reply puzzled the 11l~riisher" not
was daily progression to its rnin. th sis a ite --he returned to his ship for further
all matter of fact, but it would be impossi- orders-and., in a-, short tie, cie back to
ble to-say at present what part the Anert- tie American officer with an amplnee .pology,
e lagents-have acted in-the s~ene. _They to the effect that seeing the vessel.so siai
W ork u under ground. C an nE and and ,d .- .. the v s el so a
Frace,6okon ih-iaj i- .hemisthis comm~ander did not think she was an
Fr.nce took'on w Ith a,..,l y ,nthe most A'merican vessel, and that the i of that
ol -nit h sceh-esi London Son, March 10. without authority. So
+ : "Z-" . ,. '.nation had been used wto ta to't. S
REVIEW 01 TFIFHE P a.rsI-i" CoRN TRADE the mattes ended. .
Fli VlWI E:K FNE. In I.ri,.i; 9th.- Froin the . ,, i,.
*. ...i. 1 -< JLivr poor COTrTON .\AlA1EET, Iarcli 9.-The
3., Mark Lane Express.-Sicnce the 27th unt., Cottor.ymaikct opened with a fair inquiry, both
, wilen the majority of 97 members of the friom the trade and exporters, which was freely
! House voted in favor ^of Sir Robert Peel's met, until tie arrival, he N.ew York packet on
,.se voted, ia faeveioI l of' then ayo h oa o+
*C-I L w- measure, very little further pro- Monday evening, when many oftheholdcrrih-
*drew tlienr stocks, and an advance (of id pvr pound
Shag-been made; with the hill; the .was-generally obtained, at which improvemePt
gre]iter part of the week having been con- 'the market has closed firmly. peculaitors have
7 1 In, 1d in tl 'U t-,i r, the amendments rought. taken 5150 Arnericapn and 850 Surat,, ;Ind e.vpoitters
-orward.,I l ,- ,-1,-m e .tl of ,r. V ir: .'7., 1'1 American, 150 Pernamhuco, 150 Surat and
fo rwanrd F :i( .a .. o V..Iho' 100 Madras. here is riot inwica anirittion to-day
optionn for a total and immediate e repeal o.An Cotton, but the: market is very steady at the
the Corn "Laws, which %%-,; rjier-,teell by 187 rates of lost Friday. The sales amount tlo 5C00
v,-,o s, it 'appears that the milnisterial plan bales, includin-g 500 for exportation. The sales on
i ...,:..2 'L :. r v. Fri-lv. were 56W0 bales, and on Saturday,200,1)
is pi hired to a ra'.,, ofalldieson grain.. Iar,.ch 1 r- sales to^ -fla ar- baKles.
h IIP otihlr -'aimilin"n Iu h:ive been dis- LivE-r-OOL, Tuesday, March 10,-T.he change
pI ,:seI o0 in an equally summary manner; r.f wind the last two or three days has brought uti
a,1 it is now pretty certain that the meaimpor note shows onty
-. + ,. .., ., ,. ,. mo er ,t~y-, ,+l' .. .F W heat, Flour and Oatmneal
7sure-as first 'proposed, will,' ultimately, m?,odi.t'"'r he F r oam
--f, ,t i t r 1 1 n /' 5rom !,'. Ijn., I on,'abroad we have a-ain a ,lurze
become the law ofthe land; a month or.six quantity of Flour and Indian Corn fionn tie IV.-
weeks -may, -however, elapse before the State%, and three or four cargoes of Whe;.t from',
Sfi,(."l settlement, and during'-that interval '+ Mediter-aInean. The improved tone in the
the ,r:,d ,1 probablyy remains in,' a state of. r, td e ast.rtiueda ,asend
+ - ~~~~~low:,edlov a fair lbulintes Ils0t atl i
depression-, indeed, even 1i the success of b-',,.. ;. s. S. ....
tile bill were, placed alt,,iether beyond F!,..'.,,-h -'commanded Is to Is 6d per sack and
dtoutt, heli- t hat the newvscale of duties barrel -more. Oats have been sold at an impr.ove-
+ + -: M ent of Id per bu ,shel, and O atmeal,-ood q.iility
r .an. t. un_1.,..sa circumstances., come in-iIs per loadj. JR.tS ale 6d to
to: oni. r.ition for several weeks,n must act as Is pe r dearer. .Not much has been donf in
i a serious.'riconvenience.. .... .- Barley and Peas, and prices 4j-e maintained. D)ur-
WVe I, t on former occasions of a politi-, 1.1, wl, -e.ek several transactions have occurred
c-i el i~ iv e .. ... .. -r vete 't e d 11 .,.' JI.-,J G ai an and Flour.*-' )Find e H : eeo k W heat
.l hqs Ipn sold at 7.s 3-1per 70 llus; Irpr en dl Cori,, dt Z
i;,oce in llie price ot \, heii, which, f, o :n :-! 1 t"..r red, and 32s per 4801bs for white : ,V'e.'zern
the inidil't'reiit e,-ult of ihe I.irves t arid i,'- Canal'Flou r, sweet, at 27s, sour 24s, and N Orleans
,d i>:. n ,n ill,. por:tio crop.-all parties 'en- .at2 s p .
t :}* I "5, v -A t --1a.. J' s r ark~et there, was a mocierate de-
aged ill.u ,tle tfdi.e e.nti,lenily elp.cted manetforeod and new Wh,-'t, at an advance fifly
would hive rle r'rret, still'we see no reason. of(2d per bushel on the. prices of last T.,esdaN;..
to aht,-r onr ,"',iror, ini n s regards the, facts of Oats were sluw stie ; tlhe best mealing were leid
"l fol~-3's 6d pei4 l1 lo nd O t e itech
ili,- ca;e. he Ti le-iriess'of~the pl'roduce 10of for 4' lbs-- Flour and otnu : K .
....] ." ,. .. ,,, conn a ed tlie advance above noted. Finefq'ial-
\- l~er. andI tl, disordterw einch has alfected ity of nialti-nqParley was scarce and inquir'dfor,
|Iollain;t ~;, IntIv n .l'ivebee't made thea most, .of In bond thae Only transaction reported was a ale
I ,r Ila r1y l | rI'.i ]-i ;F still it-c ann ot be'denied' of W eastern C ana'lF lourat 27s per brl.
Ihot rli,- e It% o principal articles of food suf-
f're'e si nnurli, from the excessively wet_ ;NIw GRENADA.-OQirarge on American'
%e iiher e\|.eri',nrel ,during he summer -' ;,'- 'r" nd-..Prolperty-.- The New York
an1, r, iiiin. ;is to'! ati,, djust reason for Sun say'1s that an outrage was committed on
eoncludin ihlit botli- will run,-short ,be- tle Atnerican schooner 'Oregon, Captain
for? tli,' time ,,111 conme-for gail];ering r ,.,th- Ne ,<:,.,.nb, of New Bedford, at Bocas del
er c,'p. T.-, : .. Toro, where, she pru.t in in distress on the
\\ ll respect 'l potatoes, there is also t fte 6'Nvember last. The commandant
cronnd u t) .- f, appr-h! n,. p lh i ilil maladv'm ay or:. i ,:.'fr ttre seized the vessel and cargo
nnot ,;inv%,re nempr ; itnd,..-ed it has been, re-. without any known cause and detained theml
efnflv pii..vid, hy I'-IIl'inll\v (onlli .-1, ex- tw l^ wenty days. A considerable part of -the
perinments, thnat lhe ,diseased potato when cargo was-stolen by'the official, the captain
plt.nied-lhonugh lthetydvegetate treely-doo ms-hed and( his men seized, which,
not ifld' sound return, .teyoung -uber' with other insults, constitute a fair case for
In eailv a. i !,el r.*1,, i:; maintain, .eapain entered a protest in Jamica before
iiIere,,ie t, thai lr, inr,,0.nt e,,i1-- nxist for i ", U consul, Gen. H arrison, who forwarded
inpeire -ieat thle preseh.nl position of .affairs,- it f orP V;l iir.on, where it will no doubt re-
anl tha~i iln.ere is e\,.-r 'i'v *|i,, -..t .of business eeive t*he. prompt attention of the adminis-
assiiniin- g nii,,re |l,.";lillV tone" SO ."r,,:,, ;^- tration-. ...... ,
i hi e I o 1 ,n -, p r ,~ c i e d d l s l.i ': _,;- l^ l t h e C o r n ,
L aiw sl,',ll hiave: b.:eni dil.pvD-i.- of in one FA~T~A FLOW ERs.- R ecernty io L ondon,
w :,V u r Ili I iilit:er. La y oung_ lady w ent to bed in good .health and
Fluin the Nurih of Eurip l,,.th most itn- .;.,.ft01d1. the next morning dead! he -
p0,tanti ne.s ithl',t (.f[Pol md,l Ihere'so me-' physicians who we~re'-ali~ed in, declared that
hilinvo.! fv ne-i'l~v Rpplni,}.:linj ;a levolu-tion Ahe sole cause of this catastrophe was the
ha s? l.,in!. u oiil : u iir.-, n ^ bflir e, p rinci- l ^',: -..." i ni.4; of th e air, by the- exhalations of
pli ll s i n i h! ,r .; ,i eii v o f lI',.,,-vl. .>. : a q u a n ti ty o f Itiflie s fo u n d in tw o l arg e v a se s
FroIIt D;Inz.i w, |I,?jrti th'it hI,-,Il;rs of "o a !ow table-in the room... R-oses, tubero-'
wihpat hia. 'p iiiainiI ,ll Ii',n;i.i ,,.that: it-ses-,j;isam~ines, and intact, most flowers, may.
u 1sto,,Ife, uf,,,n as s'o ne,,il\ tifiil~li t]jt i"'Il1,'?-,n'm.. way, produce effects,'if not mor-
*.*x en-.i e a^-_-iqa 1,' th, lln n., oi:,,, f,-lh n\ act1-'1 m ost .p ow erfu lly on nervo us persons ,. i
i'nu..? h'* pl-'eS'i hlisiii-. -s. T ihe ,J,-,iri~i d-had-, -f _* .+. -* -
Ilouelt'r. bter.n lai" Ir,,l "c'lnr.: :n,|. 011il ip IA._l,(-I' -.o i .lY "ConNECTED WITHI ELEC- ";
vhole, Ilhe ipnulltnrv of pliies li':vl !,en T'Rlic DIHTr.-A B3elgian servant has. just:
ra th efr dow nw ardt. ... .. discovered that electric Hght, directed on
At >e.*v,i'al of thle L~ower Balli,- porl:: the 1-ill,:lt ,., b,"dy, makes it so di ,Ipii:,.-n,- as.
vahlre o1" \\Vhr,'t aplpeaii, l.ol- o lu hi^ *v, ii "1:o ) e,,ale^ tb-: arteries, veins and nerves to
w;'iy' neverilhele-.s, qi--,t i,-,ni. a..,: fii" tt.,t, 1",_ seen at work, and, their action to be
lii:lh tll,-,r+p, ;.,s eoinlii,.,i w'ilh |l l' I-ci : h st*u~n l .; (]


0 h,.h.Id out any prospect ,f p"i'rufitable bui,.i- .L' The Al- '
heSsq. tt C V TAL OF TYRREL]: ~ e 1
B y le itp r s 'ro m H : mn b ,-2 o f T n s, :, !, ._ t. ,- ,, ,.,. s p e~ a in, o f t h e a e- I
w e lea.ni that since Ih e qu..*,,,, t. ., ^ "itt ,l T,, ,,i i, du lges in the fo,!o ,;,
.sI-,,rcelv aun thing h:id been d,,e it, v. hl,-,. remirks--"After" the acquittal of Robinson
except- .;,," I,,c,..,1-eon~um, ,,,n: f,,r w i, I, t"r, ,1 t*" he Tormer in N,-w York and
I,,irp 00,.1 c ul, I t; 1 1 ',. Sa:10le h ri, I f,.,,, hzh,-. I ll B", ii B- rn, ,itit ,is sc parcel n necessary
I. ;,l., 1 -,l.I p(i;Itd Punishment In such cai-
e q u a l i 0 5 0 1 ;. !- ,1 p e r ,-ir ., a n ,d u t h e r su ;m a t m a I m s u c h cv -
ra tes if ) m -r o ,rtion. a' : P ,',. inen m ay m murder frail w e- ,
In ,l.1d .nu l [ |,..iur Ih d,. and ,,, 0"l tll l l."" + .
whe',i seeiml.; to li.ie illkn_ i f i I,v IIfe "AccIDENT- it-', .pr. tH .."..-H IL a nm'i6 d
hlai'-St advi t'l0roln [oilerdaln "iid .A';iw,?rp of England, -and-a resident ofIthis cliv l r 1
it ,.,ppe'Ars thfai l,)rner [rns !h[ad b rr.--l been ;,]i,, last five years, about [.-,r ,-i-hC 'ears
st"Ippt1rlel. ot'auge, fell fro0 1 lie elbin-lldock n1, 1"he steda-
From ile M editrr neau (i!, .,hd ices pare ns,.r iae 62ab,,nt i-llr -',.h k on the '
Of munn h Ile samile h-chlicler. ;a b,h; kie. A t 1n1 i,)!L'i 0 of the 9thinst. at the S.,,-WI.V .i *
iM :i'seilles. or,.the *:'-th of" F.ebru i'r wheat p and f,.,.riird his skull, which cnl ie .d "i
was 41ll ol S.llh-. ,o li-% ( I,) 1ll"i.2ie arrni.iS, and hli4Adealh i a1l"M r twerltv minutes. H i< ip-
a l llin.1 1 1 .I2 ( it tlh -..|l,;rt ,lenniid. %ts r \ IF.p hir.- ght t 0I the city'yesierday
At M\fali;i. on ti. e "h.* i l nk., there was'less ,,i,'.,i,i,,; by the towboat Panther,:,forinter-
specnl~ition ilhe aniil,-Olrl:in e'lili-r- in lli P i0.lr.--V. .O .Com." T:1,1. "
m oni l; ;ilnd lid iceis hiviri. bt:,'oi r, iei~ e. 0
1herp ih:.it the Piciai of' FV .2 p h.t d : .1.1 11 N \.t T..-- T I Te TL .. F i'.,fp 7.,',*,',ii,
pr''iitetd the e\poit of hip t, a deli e ":,pi:,in G r'" '._rv ';il,1, Ii,ni this port on r)
h.1id fiken p1" e in Ihe o, il ', of E._,yvpii.n. .Vvndl.,v 'iC-- liTn, Io \\tr\ Cir';. The
T ho | tI est :,ccouii l,; l'ron l jdi ;, ir- o "i ii' _th sf',. S ,.. PI.,'/,,,;,,, L ieut. \V li. : H i-. '
of-lh of lr',lrn 1-v. For soie d,1 ,y-1 1i1:. i-, , .,-i"uiii in ', ,i!,., 'inp da -'--boi l on :1
w l!i 'ii h:'.,I i'.ii .'" reee-letd il v ,I,.iw. "iiiu 7d.Tl e' nIi u i -i W \V in l wl ir,. C,
ri.i,;l!iips w tie lhen ohli,iil:,le ai :.1's. p-r ,-1r, T he |.T. S. Siurve/ tn2 S-hi'r. Phmnix. L t.
T .',e '11.W,'.:,I/;.d Iit ,, tH,i I.' /', 4" -. p iil-i'on Col iiu a din arrived' b ei e
_ ,' r..,.- -l _.\ learn fl ...m :* i l ."i > It [-IIi'. ,.n o n n !,i', I,,1. -
ih.-It at : of'[l ie r o" tIhe h ad oit' [|P F ,,.tW evti ( ." ,t. Sl -rfi nmPr Ge ,,i. rr.,r,,, aiPri'v,7'
C hi r hi in S .-iil ,.i. hlast\it.i el.. fill <' oi l,] ,l 'e on 'a tl,.l\ I,is(.-- Pc,"cg l. G :,;li..
ei'n ._ ihle subject ol i hie Ev .,'i,:- l AlIh-
an,-e, ; very Uiihrin diseiion toulli il.,ce, (hl.- i A shock of an earthqtiIe wa! felt at
result of w'hililh uas. that lliose wliho hiad Maysville, Ky., on (he -22d tult. No ainrm
joined thC Alliauce,---aull contiuued '''vora0- done.


21r1ol i rsa d ii-Ier(-. he-- I a l ) a." ... .... .. .
IJ0 iRIII{iJ!tL Eiy TIiKS R ,,,,,, ,,,,*"-l1*L~r* ,ne ^ .,,p., i^^, ,-,+o,a^ ^ ,
..1PIERCULJ HJSU TIS ican citizens of the li( Grande are said to a smallersum in anew moae. Vcll, inthenname
LPALACHICOL., SATURDAY, APRIL 25,18i6. be quite disaffected tow:irds their own Gov-, o common'sonse, let the twx Collector receive
T'h rll,.wr,g enll,-,e,, a'e' authorized ernment, and secretly friendly to the Ameri- for thle use'f the city any exi4 glims of elf-im"
Agents fcr the(..l.nc,., L A iTS9,and will t a cause-..p pse taxation, arei even gratuitiyt if offered. .:,
receive and receipt fursubsn'iipti,.n,-, or a'vertisIe- Tie Picayune cmn.,; the Proclamation I mre P'0bable however, tl~t your corre"T
in-tits:-- J r -;4: '1 pf.P ,..silent Pared,', issued on the 2lst pondent is an agent for one of th' hvtwo Land
I orrpanies, or else one of the two or three citizen
l S. s. MasoN &M T TTLrE, 38 William Street, uit., stating Ihe causes whyhe, refused to t. .
New York.. "1 ... .. ..-b, *--...- ..*:..- who pay increased taxes on, eal estaw e. Sorel it
'DA k D1Br1 -v- !O', P!-,., N ew O r]lpan s. receive t.le A m eiican M minister, and protest-. ".ca not h. er"thC. n om pan es v h are'thus" '
NV N-m. .',%-V=. CA EW R, Esq h~ny -a ingr titthe str'b geisi term's iagainst, lhe course- com nlaiung cf, fthe A^ derm... .. .. e h. =-
J}.cs s. %ksEsq. FrtQns, on. + .. o:;. -^ .-...<. S :. + nume; o-,w have li.a-
"JACK -TAFMiAN, Enfaula, Ala. pursued by the U. S. Government in aifbex- ways had' such a good underftirAg-"i'th 'each
: T e "s de h.... 'otl' + thatit ma
IMR. CABELL.-We have bad pleasure in tah TPexas ; det larin. f 3tlihuelblic of ottie, that it .makes us almost tremble e4.qt
tlIe perusal of the letter of a "1 Whig," wri-' +l exico "d0oe,not acknowledge the rightrof think of i: reach between us. Just to'show tfi&.
ftinghefrom 'ashington Cty to te"Editor 'heAnerican fla othe soil of.Texas, and world how friendly wefbave been, let me tell
s heiwill defend her invaded territory, and y6u, Mr..Editor, that wp haveij14osed a taxeo
ofte TlaascSenlinel, ,in relation to ...I. ......--....oepe en ;pn h-b ~ne o I.-e ere hun
r. CAELLand the late ori Contest never, never -permit new conquests;q nei o, e -, s 0( .Ymrchant
B... of t .e Goten of l... tate." ,,ein ih, cty, and llive furthermore made them pay
-Ee to wh c ilbe found+:in an'th er .a -d Va -nces-o.f the-Goverrnr .ent ouf .U States. y ".
Election, which will efod naohr- .-, .. ta~xeg'lb ali their. tiropierty, wbii on the-,othef,
:,,i,,_ "ThePlresident further sa s' .that# .the right t na, r wlfii"o the/other
,column. .. -- f"h '. -and we have taxed theApalachicola Land Com-
SIfwill be. a s."urce of the highest gratifi- "~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~bf .it ,Wl ia olcle h tgas rtm.. :t. _i -:;.+.
cation to te .... ... of .- M; -at hom, tois not vested in him, but tat the ri uStnous all theniTlIsand lands. Las'y;ear, the Company
catniontothe frieus eof Mr.'t.C. at #homneto -e- -... .... .!
le r t :" ; .' onaress of thio nation wiilt, as soon'As 'they wee-tl
learn the high estimation in w niche .is- .. in ... .. awerestmilore highly favored ;-f6 the ,efechant
held by those whose acquaintance be had' have mee, (tahe into consideration tmheneces- paid onae,ad a half per cent; and the Conmpany
a'n opportunity of making during his t'empo- s -steps r r,.d i the.conffimti that -only one-thiid per cent:": We avegone so far iri

arary absence abroadl. By .is urbanity of Rl.- our partialities for the Coffary,-that WeWint
rannery asndcale a d y digse courbaniy ofat theules of equality,allai8a de our claim
orden ingand hselair oandt adignifieda cousein [For te ,umnn 3Avertier.'ibrthree thousand, dollars ojast year's defdiency
defend.n" his clai. to a seat i the House, I oftaxation,andtwoJhuusa'i,ddollarsr,f ihisyear's
a" l am g:I l='-ad th~at ycu~nave Ioreneda a'way. Ior the , +-.:+L .+ 'i
as Florida"s first Repiesentative, he won .. o -deficienty of taxation, and I know not howv, ch
th e r e s p e c t a n d a d m ira tio n o f a ll p a rtie s ; ..le to u.an d th e .n-o f th m n. .fo r Frec e d ir g y e as. m- w h ic h the_ -$p- h a s
cipFit representatives. Though .I cannot see any .. -v- -
and-though ousted, at last by the most corn- -., 1 ". beer. still more highllv favored with-this sort of
argum ents in the article of your c.., iL---.undttil -ut : ". .. P. .-. ; ".
plete system of Ilog-rolling' in Committee, 'hTaxatds,'-a ehich go.to maintain, trle portion I~e e l"JI'n 10 ta 'h~o;;,:IahnVem.dt- l atimat"
and the most strenuous and rigid efforts-at t taken, yet ther ace some thiudand
athas taken, 'et there are some botd-gsiertionsranti~.._ ._ ... ..
party drilling, it was by such a meager ma- uncaritable inuedoes that call.for.wer. Ioars i-theato upowi 'predae te
unchartable nnuendes tha catfn.A ofasthe-L;an.d.Compa.ny+in,. t .-)!.
jority that the defeat must have been more "ornaps. t-s., h is interest, o e-an u eompanyin sthcI, ', A
.. I ; +lachicola .N-- ow-,accordi~i t h g'',
pelasant .to him than such a triumph could -tecth at most of my colleagues; and lesthe 4hould- "c ... "- g .. .. ..
... ; ,." .. 7 ', ,,'- """of three" if one hundred 'Or" Ie
have been' to his successful competitor, b6 inclined to bite, 1-wish to show nhi i that we .. ..
f.-;. .:+' ar of taqes, six hundred t ,-
A m an who possesses the qualifications to are not at.all-afraid o 'him .- -n their words, to +... ;+;. -+ : *'- "'-
+.", ," ,: ". ; to 3 eld six 6tno11isdh d dvilarn : ;t --3, 11 ,.
secure' the respect, esteem and attention prove that the com plaints ( 1 T 'xalus'against "-- ". .. -.. ... I : '-
- ~ ~~that sum (L.it %%e deriari ofi .- ,:," i",
"- me are entirely round les, At. S), :A-A, 1.t.. + A.
from h is political opponents in such a de- -Yg "+n-" F in'alv -e C li lle --; i
..... ~ o v r a ll 'th a t 'h e b a s s a id ; fo r %% iw .n o n e p 6 ,'n t-o t. .; ..
gree -as M r. Cabell enjoyed them at W ash- .. .. at b't hv, l ree and flurhu, ;, '. ... ,
:__;_2 ,_ . ... ~testimony of a "W tne~ss is -showni r,. t,f.--,i .+' 4
ingito,, nilay be forced into retirement by the f4 '+ a ltrs%- 't i'tle m
"-. ~ ~ ~ ~~we a k ~e n s t m e f o r c e o f a l l t h a t b e N yafs V a t er ; o- + L
unjust decision of a party m',jority, but he < : tyv-five th,-unT:d d htN'es worth s:.; t..i
ca aiiot be kept there .. T. *. . .. .: r. 'T;*.- lmf ?r,, ler,,,,i(?s h-at'h ave b'..-n ",,. aw ,,* .-.
.a b ". in times gone bv, when the city ( .. Apalachi- ,, ..
.. .- i : ,- .. -. rT h e g r j d i n R h e t r e n c h in ,-- t -
THE SUPERIOR COURT for Franklin I ws-Z n,,r1 cola was notarger thaa.?tlat present, tthe Citri -- "
t,,-- ud'- n ..... ... :a:.. .. ... .: .Hospital P~hysicians received.tortheir s, rvi..rI ,,.s -:.9 "
ty-"Ju d g e D O U_,ASS p res-id ing w e u n deoer- 6 -U. ncc wT^ l ts.. r- "
tand w:!'ad: ., . ,' sueh; from three to fnve LJundr~dand fifty-dollar i.? .-..:
stan d W ill adjou rn th is e ven ing afte r a lab o r+ t "n lt1! ^ ; if h .v -h ad nnt k ille( -th e ,n, -7.. ,
.; 1 .. ,-- -Perhaps the memory of somae of the f,- ioni0 l-1
rtous session of two weeks, during which ... .. .l ..l. .. '"l'en e-, l'cy might haxe she -.,,woe hand-
.. .. ,. brethren in t is. place may bearthe in resion of," o f ;
much bUninesshas been disposed of. Judge .... e .." .... -I: k proiF.e lU rI,fit b this'ti m~e. But we .de lotshown
... ,' SttI arger s,-,iv :cw that mv1, rt:I c,ssor', .I .
Douglass, by the impartiality of his dec.is- i_ I office i,"- ; c t" hd 'd i ,,r ei e.d it if [lie laver raylech we frave .r. tr;e c"""
in office ;v-.' i three hund-ed'u o.las z,,r servi--'." .. '. ..'; -
.. "" + .p a n s. + % V e p :u t i ne rn t o n o t r o u b le It ) C O L ie c t
io n s, and -, h is u n ifo rm co u rtesy to w ards th e cU lhat I have s;pce 1)ir. .t -r, ,,r'no con ,- "'-. ---:i -e -'t d'- "- 1 "
m em bers of the B ar and th e offi cers of the pensation w ha ievc,.:- bnt as another h an han,, tet to p ,11the ir '--io r de are .. ull rm.,r b "
C o u rt, h as w o n for h im self' th e h ii g h est proposed one h under ^ d ond fifty dot lar., w h ich is ,1^... -. _. _
r ,. ic -.. '. -, ...... .. bonds again st, the cil 1 Ich -rhe liy nd au, n.
p r a i s e f r o i nm a l l h a l f o f 1 l e l r r '." r' eC 1 ll i i r l i b e r : -: i't -- i. n -
- +,-.. ; -- -Ithe assets or-an l: s ,Iv-nt .1 %1JIW{L, pr.'l~ bot~d4,a
-, aliy v oted m e th e sam e c om p e nsa ti en,-an d e. .c t a P lt" .- _..,ent inte--st.l yi .u .h
:-- Our latest news from Washington edme Citv Physician tor thai ve.r. Ihadpre....n.n-a pernt interst ^tyll en-,unole
will be found in the Correspondenceof .he viously.re.. .ved-two hudred d-,llarslh, hich V lelr ^ ye r earto year~n.it wo
r'l.,~~~~~~~~~~~~~ %.V .. ,J9 ,., + 351. "1 17 +" 9Ullg le lk.ar ofL Lto_e b,antsl'andl na'vla'io fur-'
C l, .-.- ro i n C oA rzer p ub lish ed u n an o th er o ne h u nd red d dollars less th 'an 15 eh o ,f:I had ., .-.. *i..* ;-ilel 'I ,
,; i ,-_ .. -. .. < ". i lther i ecessity to tax either them or ,rselvas so.
column. agreed-to pay me. Since I have been:-in',the r ;'.
n ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ YUI 21 w^ i--. 1 ni'ia e do iit present.. -"
-Passengers per steamer, Peytona, ,from Cquntil, the-he, r tr ,m1 ,- o ,;of1,at bdy ho hgllt p .- 1 .- .
.....~~~~~~~~~~~ o,., ..,' -i. .,..,.'.,__-"IItMink~we ha~e slkown that your, correson
Columlbus, arrived Thursday night, brought itesmtest p oicy to t, sary ,City Phi ,. .
the news that the I Notice'.resolutions ha cian',at-one t;ui"re d aP,1 fif ty c, Lr"- Ir eThese f t o t --
... zu~c es iu nsn n .. ,. ""*.,. .: .d ageilt of eitier of thle a~ndl companies,; hut pos-.
+ ~ ~~pa y m e n t s h a v e a l l b e e n r ma n e rt o m e -q u a /'r e r l v. :
passed the Senate by a very large majority. .n -. + :., ,.-vriaveml.Slthine'mrk, and. Taxalus miV
-,. .'J, v~~~~Ky-iy rsr quainter's salary was due, ann 3 o er, .. "ni ..- v
1 the resolutionsas, passed ;were, in-the forn in z- -....... ., . 1 e oe t th'+)' 'iicre,,sta taxes .,n
. -. /taxes.." Tine'lCyt ..'inlcilp.i i rne zt a dilne".x'h'eu ] Ahl,,
proposed by M r. Crittenden, which were of *rI had an o, po.. I ty of p.. .. -b. ..ck rea'11 ," ate. ,t *.,, 1 "1nuld S: 2l' a-.. f is ,., ,
deo~l~dl ) llf "" c n ratr" The vote e bac, k"[qu estion ` %I r loto r I-Ofi'-. l'in 4-sn-m ict ail%%,III
a decide, dly pacific character. TYe vote i-nto tte citv T reasurv N .-'.v.Air. E editor, w here .... ; .. '
we understand was 42 to 14-every Setor is ,the grout / a t iond in all is' r;Ike the lat.x yut pay equal to one p cent on tlhe
we derst nd as o 4 er r .t i- g ,:t ,, i .* value ot -the pr6pertv ?' If s you have noi cause
voting.. iiundr:d, arnd f1:1r d s 6f-dePree' [tc d scrip-- .. ....
+, \ .. :"! of co1 m platrit. U ,,,,ei il iudticc.,'a r, r be fnur,
f r r running ,the risk of?..a .iuni'mers "esidlict m o e .. e '
yCapt. Joy. T. NIiLES-106g~and (avor "^ ^, _. ^^ ^_\this SLJU01 11 -a.v 11. W~e 'are so impcrltect, tliat
.;. nat JT.Nr~s-lf,adsfvo=thisrcity from ve',r to (, Qr--i.r furrltshing medi,"- -.. .., -o' -" L
ably known on our river ais a steamboat sineswhich alone have-costa hundrtd.Ubrs m come' -must tbe wronged, in oradern:ba! 1Le
cormimander'-has purchased the interest of -a few months time--for di'ng services for vhiclh 13ny 'nqy bg relieved] froim oipn.s" l-,.w
M JOHNSTON, E sq., in the Colum bus (G a.) a.hundred, do a1hrs per nI.on W I y'bePn chaaled th. y a-roe diffi u lba to_ w. r is"
Times, and is now connected with M r. FoR- "fr -run "nin, the risk .)f ",r c,-, ..t.ion .,n .. ...
God, and %%'hso~ r,-:ih..th ffie.1pwf i,,rcsistelh tL~e
SYT'r in the publication .of-d m paper. and alarmsto m y family and patients, w ih. i, ,,v- ned Go 'Lett ,;i '"l i. txe
It was remarked once that it required the erty in distress'can possibly, produce U.pause.- .11'm..c" d L0 x
patience of a J ob to navigate th e C hatta- C om m on sense is disgust .d w ith tl,e ,h,_m c, and be y "'en .lor char til s; sske -,ari a v.,i nk -n p ..l h at
hochee. W e ea -he w-ill find that it e- e ashamed of'the charges against :a tiioney-mi -g"-'u .. .. ,ll have_.. e i st ,..re,'r- 6 '- p
e. tci i, h il 6 drans iory Itshrr .a i tur...&1c..= t.
quires- even rnore than that to iuana ,e the A~d* ma ." .;,, '.-.. .
: -~~n'As respects lthe 'cljotIuSOf ;other mr-n-ber.-4or :; , [F:or tfi'e +, nn _ii dv ,is.'" "
fiscal ls '. of a p rinting o ffice. S ucc ess to : 1 ilpp S i( b e h tl',e l W ere "
"*the CoU il, as it- been '"how l 1 -A ;,-,--
him, heosever, iu his new vocation. 3Iny' n s. ,~s o th itft.'o l.o- ,l- ,t "* *" i .A *. uha prca ;' d ','o**r..b].,4 ?. f K r
his ieset preaf und, st? aWlasb+, no th .nsef -on _li- .ii-~lf ,Ao-hv prclure orcln .pe_ for
h is in v st e nt n o p r v e a s nk i g u nd : t at s b e n p aid lro m .,y r t,, y ear ? .W as th <- d is,:u~ sion olt" a lt oi.atj& v ,h e rih th is. catv
o~r his purse ever meet with *a collapse ... .: not. another account created },-, l,.-/; coi~ta:_i.,n and-i.-inih~bilants ar i:,tLere.tc.-d;T hope yiti'i;l
THE; *VFA'HER --After beitncg e 'd, wet; an^deit~h from the face xof beani\.? and fromi the 'allow 1111+ an opl.., tunity'to_ .s.l. l'e Wi..fds iu
an d sa re ab e n v ry pa ti ul r,(o t o arm of indu st y? : A nd -in referen oe to th- accout .reply to lthlins i^ .alot~s i' -voC^ ^l nden r
an dia'eeb. i ee y ar cu 1, fo t ofr which 'most c,.,,,ipldint la.+ been ii ,,eadie oTaxnt,.'/'-e~pect,,.g rtv inatiersg.a~ (rLr-r
wekwt aev an+o ff'esa and, axatus'know of' anydriavrra~n in the city who "no .dii-ect-.Sjeci'icati..,n? nor aayivfni,,glaoD~lffe to
Wednesday" last, clea!:ed 6if' on Thursd,,y ll ,n, lhe .rne ,.,v;,'e !,,r a lesc,-mpenlsuthon? disproceis-are lkit in tl^ darl aU-o'hatlhe
nm,_il'n -..,; .a'nd the sun. greeted us' with !his I Ihe d,.e:-.I, [ a- ,-.i,, ,-. 1 I.- con^.ili, i -.. n- i- real t.ljcct uf[;,l wnfe r'4{e"li..f d'i' e, aright
warmn rays agalin.. Y yesterday it was li,:,,' pr,-,.Fr,,rnts a,,d (",:,ntract.'".,,,:ui~i I->,e ,,bl^, ,J to ,t seems to6 bL- txvo-f(, ld:"i(, f it t, brirg. but. t6-day it is <*o~iie,, hit, ,m~re pleasant, Iin, t,- n11.1!; ,l,t druynman k:,n,., [n t 11,. T-hrre areiif -iid'n t t,,'lhe' ,-ilY ehaite-r,'s-'lhal a te$,v gr~eit
though we have indications o.f rain. ;"i 15,oiire work; ,- *i. to e i1.-.,,-.--Eir, i'..:.,>.,.trl, be, laud litnest uiien o1"-our. ^rity.- probably, himselff
At this present 'setti'nz'-11' o'c1ock- tju- .-- rii."e "..r,.L! .'.-ir..ii~ ,n, yiicr ,a n 'K n 'ic -n~ig
the sun is in eelip.,e, ,,.ivi:r,. to every thiioz respo,,denit ,,,,.il.. hia.e l~i', iav .aqde tiL_ hulnan rl'er citeyg i r~ cn~ liir'teglf a ta g ,dark and gloomy* .. appearance., llll:' r- fn~ e, 'iiitr iii beiv r t9 l th~pkso'..i..rfita~~c.+sl^cu~ii/"tb abulJ arn'd ct
.,a t,, irl,.i'e ofi':.-.? vliiih \,-,,ll be ..n'i:n*ia t,'jno- t the p.ubilic mrind aigain.tt lhli^f .pest',t Council.
y-. i LATEt. FIIOM- TEXAS. *.. t* ili, ...n..l t.jk,- I,ii,, I". f,:r .,:.t.,c.r rr, er,'s; \ar.-s l, r Hecy-a,-thatjioii, are- ,rrr.aken \hen 'o~u ,say- that "
By the New Orleans .Picayune., of. th,e- ti. ,j.-e tf th eicty, wh.in l, he hs th.- s~mce t:li,,gs the otljce 'v 0i" un hnaic t sairis[) one-oi-.rtpnfit-;'-tha
13th inst., we have two days later" irom .Gen- lur sale hiin-,1,1'. Tl~i, . ,1,.! b,:.. ,i viiin, himself' as there are more. wavs.thain ne otl Jkilhuia.qatja,
e r ,l r .. ... ..'. .* ~ l *"-, t *- .^
er[ Taylor s Army.; An .extra fi'om the of"- ;,,;,:, ,a, ej,,..--" that I~re t,,..ijt Ii~m tl,,., p-l,:-t.re ,.I &.".0 ]:e o~le.e ol' Couicilma~n; t.h'6'riftfi-

rice of the alveston N ews, issued on flh -eei,,p. others crow f it .., t:t:,I- :..,'-vliichli he re- Inot reciLt onegular p'a mavbemxad'e .toassJl.i-
aftern ohn of the 4dh inst., says that the l ',.i-ed. Now, it is iInn,,,s.-le 'l-r th. pre'^-,t lape w -lh -tdiiev.. No'.w,;ltoW J ap sl it 'that -
boat L.M H itchcoeck, C apt. W right, a ',i- _.. iie, t, T h.s'_h s a .ok to a sense of bis duly,
ve l ;it -.G alveston about-4 o'clock, P M ,1" arof ot i,' y due, itl ,ut the ,,-uoi.l: kno%.icg ti en ght ,Ji i lo .tizens on asu ect lhat
i -atda"***;oin** e B s Tt. a'o, WhcTit for at I.. "t I vo il,,:kc -,rel(aind: for every --heYaes--they do ndo well underslaiuiq. when he h
that day, from 'lie Brazros St. Jagdo, which -'
el Jim I c l iit 'S T-1-4 knri"VIi to ho '>uo ) iii rf rlerrr I .1 e adnits.Ilhat Abuw e and .xlravagane ..ha.1lorig been
place she left on .-W wednesday, th e 1st i,,:t. eo ,t r,,te4,r e a-r,: !;,,,, r, d the proceedings practiced;: ad bv e iocatl s .l w higs ?
Sh91 brihht the intellizenceeth'iftupon' tlh" A,, f el n g r lt- d ting the me As weeau.only dr.w[feen^t '-
arrival t1" ll[ e l .-rfiny Qf QoC(;upation, in flont ,e-- Sl,..,iild the cil;.tii,,, tlhere,_re, perrezive nication. I"" 4i -t be' p.?-ro ittd ."
of Matamoros, the 3.M e i,:,n forces .'vere any thlin- di-lt,:,.)'.-,le in the intenoled action of beeau-;e l seirnut erv Ion
rown h -out on n the o ,;)osiie bank of the river, the CI:,u,, .l. tl!,.. I. full ,:.p,,,it,.,itv otmakmg .cipator inA.ie..poilo i> e!,olti .
~ip a Io. f"n' these".", "" "..:a '
inl..irL" a .ireat display of m artial, mnu.ie, ,.,*.npl i .,0 I,M.,I r,.i tthe pas-g- e .l' ani such to .haave .made ihese thmt .kh ,
,>ili trtm p',:_'t'., bugles, & c., w which m 'od,: of in r, d .-,,r T,.,iatu 'seeii to tl-ink that ir.,ne have beetn siicidi :l~ ohl his o\.n_'pe.
- i!,i)ifon w as d-uly reciprocated in kind by btut Co'. :.lm'.!r reapl, adlva,,t.,-I.-fs ,ron the expert-' But Ta:ajus' says there have b .... '
si i ilar .o,)uu .iin n of lru mi lu ;h,.l dru mns ,.. s e,.,te"n-*it upon the i,. ,overnm ent; but able exceptions to the ge .rf l'y '-V{
in t I ,- A mi erie,- n lin es. T hi s eu ded the hirst h '" ,:X ,n" ,: t t]- l ot e i ,, t he w would tra ,g ht gove m merit : ttr ap ,,
.. ., haive; ,,l J i le.s C u..e t.. trouble ? ir,.-,elf and tIIe in St, lpoiing li t .he @nce belojp'
1.i r-uciiii~rbrtweeu the two armnieS oil i, t
r e u he t 'n p i,, ~l, h ,iii t,: in rIs os:,r| Ijars. "rie liabilities that cil himsdl -- he classes his; honor
l,.. b, p,)-n h, nks f lhe-t.he Eio Grnlh, ;,d ,, r t ,-,t have oe i the exceptions._. Real, we can
itlii t'w ..or thr-ee lin,,,,,id ,]d ards ol eachi !,rn,|,all? a1 t; ,rI wah ,I thtey car, be used or modesiy;' a-nd our citizens-cannot
other.',,. O n "lhc n ?L t nlloi'lil2, "' )1111 lh, I e I: ld to pay th city a ,. T lhii is the reason preci -e his fbe ri fence e in p.intJ
\iii,:.ih..In tr-ili ,JiscovereI IhP jMlexican whl"-s,:, n,-ill Counl ihrlie figured in t[ho artiile of'- the mianoer in which they hve I.
artillery of eighteen yi,,,r.l rs, lining the ,,,- Taal,.." .. by uiipy,,riiciplJ C-,ourcilhren,;'si ,c- ;.L- a cc sed
atr N _t r i.-or sp n.1 Il.at.. le ... .t
1"0;'i:': bank and l',-,itit diliecil into lhEi Pt a I,:I v..ry d'_[iat,,re of yn, ir correspondent, (o beta member, el that bbdy; a.rbouglthf hasu(.
eamp, whereupontlh, Aien icaiun ;iriN\ mn ed .I. EdJito:,r, g.,:: f~r to ,o....ie me t tte ;y failed to prove anq thihg'ol Ithalkind1"n'lis
i'o r i nilc- : b d o w. T hi oT!p s a '.It h e N ,,w w h ,,I,,zI e,:r.kt ,,ft h is d ls a tisf.,el .- ,n li,:s i u t he T a x c o m m u n ic a li n .. c a :o
w'**>>-donb!-. ,t dk )l l G.eneral T-'.iI.>rin f Ord1- a oI c Let n,-, b h nt hnhimt.i n, .and .'_..If laxatuV had( mad, some dir.ct.,clhargcs
+-,r t., v,-*.,>i.l every ai pl rte of a ~y ,diqo- t'ldhl nL in his lar,;ii-mr positi,,n. Camn xatus" agp init-.the pre3ert Council, instead! of skulkirg
.o "t- othe one--%% hoisnteres tedtha,h. tvid biti billss beh.ind,.n- anonymnots sign-ittre ara'.dAdting in
t t t, ifn l tl,,-- ,,;a ? Stich cirizev-,3 are tlie .ones.who ge,.eralitiC.5, he might have been met and refuted,
,;ina k o 1 f i l e i v er a n d -t o nw a i n c i :,i n s i t 'iie l y"11 "
,i air ,- ain t very.%EqC-Ni-1,r'L of l!Je town, and as as all- they do are business Iransactions.aand pen
the darti-sive chiaianter of his opfuitii.u e,.y at,_ t ,,i,e-third Ite than t;,ie were last .to-nivestiation.'If there was a shadnw'f'- truth
The most reliable -tatiements, represeiils the year. it mavy be hat ,.r.m one eccentric ;pirit is, i hi,5.insinuations. the city might-be benefilted;
re.giflar atms in Metanviras to consi.-l of lispleajd :vith ihe marir of txatin, and had, but'a3'linua[:inl an 0o.iy. be.,met ix tthe same
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*:s nmortil' inig tu I),.' a.:i 1, i~nhs wv.iy b5
*'i -_ itiui '.
[Ser;'ant returuils C'loi ihp dlo, and
:.iaiids iii I shawl tl it had br_.eu boro-' ed bv
a 'ling lady an evetiiun (," two h'-'.,'e.]
H 1n,! -(I ,.a p 1 -si,_ nI-'II u :1;1h -,,::it
w ar.n;hll .') S ,o N3.1 lI 'v%.! s,?tl. !I [I ... I-\,.% in .
w i'th e ,:rv, thiin 41 in ,!i',,rr.l r I II.,- co'll.
aud a-hes Ctewn :le ir o_0L.t t) 1) !'..'nl:-i ;
and lhis; wvas ,ill goro,,d noii-hl i',.,r 3,i,.,. B II
no soo l!r i- .1 kn,.,,, li e., I I '. ,,1 e'.,'rv lli!u
1t1US1 be plult iII ipl., auid 11, l: llf. a 1 ll in.lkit
decent 1or the t',_mr i'l n" T-w-ic i.,1.,,''r*.
I'll sell I ll i ii, ,-, l,:lt,, r,. ..!',, aIII ;1 ii-
confu li d inle iit' r (Ion i. I'll \,-. Yo-1 See
whetherr T amn to ho iu 'ni., ,o,_i it l im- iv'])"
anuv Iofio i ['l1 liF'IV.-_ n,,tiii 'l ')- jnr I ris
Shouise lh.t I minor enito) iv i i N l'; iuaId if
$S railtuers expe,'t to 1)be ii'.-i-ile i)ilrer liere
th.i-n I amn, thp1 will (ind ,.| ln,',|ves cun-
luundedlv mNisiken .'
[Ciutain I.,1Il- sloh Iv -- hli. d!nI p1c inZ
hurnliedlv acro-z, [lip ro,-im, and 'wil'e al'nn-t
thrown into convnlsions iu vaimi n 'oef a fit
of the Iays i'ics.-- [B,;lti,,,or, -il,),:i

.. [F'rom th\" Ne'.v-Y,->k '.i-, -- ,:[ri--April 11 ]
:t :- FO{rR D. IS L.iTE2 FRiOM EUROPE.
ARPI\'AL i.'F THE PILOT 5OAT 'ir.R.
o h',. ,' I ,. ,,ut L, e, -L_; I, D a .'e
." of Il'Jt--i.jdut a 'll F',)'i' ,+ ,'.'.\ ii:in^...
vw u Iv 1 "'11 :+'
\W'e lia\ve [ ile t; .u r nl,.in ili.i Ihe
airival -- lhe Pil t B \I I R i ii
m orrliin'-, il'Ier ia p.1!:';" t Jiiii v sJ ,Va
She briiii .- Liverpool 1 i",.-r; 1'i" lt, lith
nnd L ou'lo i p ,'ieti; i-,( ,..,'e i,,., ,,f the
,-- t. Oth. 'l'iT e C onlli]?rciail l.?i ., i. r, te o.-z'i-
inug, if not imnplortiilt. mt
Flour has adv:inc d. C.). 1ton 1li ,n.
*Idtih.lin Courn -,IId I I B ue 1,,]i,,'i ;i',- Io b>? ad-
m tllPl free ( if,lu y i. 1n..ll ,l '11-1 sI.n, as
the Corn Law d.ui'es bill lh is une throi.,li
.-. *'* a first reading. ";,it .,.. Fl.n.
'. T here i.., a studied sil>..Ilf-e in P.irlia- m el t
.: ton the 0. ,w) qu,'-ilon. In IlII dr-I,,, o U
.: .... ,* [ndian-C uri. ar,,J B i,_'ka Ilh? l r'-ind R 'c,, lie-
,' .-*. inag free, allu.isions wele Il1 i.1e Io the s..., ;iti-
cles bi u.-i _' ,A n,'i..ait.- -;,i Ch.. 1
.';.- "rlie E n lish, i%%, a,, i l' lil wa,, blut
.. S ir R o,1,er, P eel i Plijii i .,llli. ir l t to
.- pass the olyv, ,ranh of fi.--e i',t un Antir-
-. ;... ican corn and Iiu-.!i\het.
:- .. Sir Robeit Peel h? :'l, pti'n- Pre.iIpnill
... P0,lk's idea If I" Low DUTIEI 0 R.V \W -
w. Which do son pre',-r ."
"-." -...In-Parli;iruelit, H oI.3.? of(.,nn 'M on-
; ". -'. day, M arh 9, i,, ,i. r,., q,,t,.ii,, Irom
.. Sit R H lIL"l,<. S'i R. P>-1 l ,d ilI It it
mix. wa iiend-,d t redIce [lite duties on rice,
..3". Indian corn andt bucklhe'it tol ne nc ulv
r.-,:. nomiuhjl from the. period Of IO n-sinQ Ili ;-h, [';
.. -..- .. hut as rega rded [l i,.1 ., corn :in I i.l ,:I. Iu,- k % t,
--.'- -. it was intended It-, ainit ilhel dilii\ free,
." for a li iie] period, Iiilt tli, ,' \. ie ilie
.,-.. report oi the t..miniilliee -h'nld hi, a; l' ed
to, tllliing sei-urilies I,_r iht p.i .'i ,Iri f the
'. : ...J (lIu y sho1 lId ilhe bill inot uli IImI.)iel\ be Stile-
E, -oned'.bv. Parliament. After aw'ery dsii.-
'-- *"' ltor" diel- il'sioln. the ri'1,!iiii on 1i'; :,lln'i to
lhe various kinds C1, g' rn w,'ie pi&ieed loi.
.-.-." .- t"-i".. u, Parliament, Flouu. ",-,.- 10. in answer Io the M:ii',!i!.- of Loiid.:,u-
: ';. derry on the subtj--v of lie ;,ller,.i perircL-
.'r ? '- tion of ilie n ,iis t M ins I i, he E.,il f
i: -Aberdeeu'said he had receive, il a oiiil
-"' comnlniunicatioil roum RtI;Sia, dtI--iin,) Ihe
:.. "" trt llt of hle ri'u lor-; ill cli',i.]illioii 1 [I le
subj.e, cl, a- ,] stalin-' dhait the depoio-iiiun ;.Il-
legeJ to lihav, l;,,en j.Lac-e it I[ onine %,it;
..gross fit'brication-z.
'..,;'__.. P IL1:.1AMENT. M,[arch I,)-Sir R. Peel,
--- in anstw:er to a qIIesilio fi-,.,n Mr O'Con-
"-- nell' s-iid thiqt everytliin,-Y hi:i" rind wmiuld
/.;,- .'< be .doric" by rtie Go ieri e r [D) onbii;Ile (he
"'-& implendin' flanine and di??..ase in Irel Ind,
'.. '- """ .and lie bh-lieve,.. ih.i in ilie coimnot.. h Ie ',0o-
..... yrertllnent had .a,]a|ied ithv would )P h ise <-
r ed by Ihe pr0pri1trs of'laild and the niu-
.. De ed, geuiry ol'eIil?,ud.
;::. it" I he i 'eslntions vih't went ihiou h
Committee on Frihlav %%eie adnpi,.I oul the
report to-niglit, Iiid,]'i oriI'll, btlw It li.i, id
.':" rice would be admiiitet, dn(i fioe. anld lie
-". irilledl that ill it wolild con~i, rr ll, i'lit e
'-." the wants ol'f the |i),iple ,-,C [rt-l,hr,,.
Tlhe piackel shlii| C'aliibiiii.:e, ('.,, iU p:tI'Iar-
!._: stow, an'rive,. at Lilir'] iril ,;,in S und, i\, ', l~iin

"' :'. New Yojrk, wl [lence ?hle- ,.iiledl on Ilie l~til
i"*:: -*>'. -.--il.... i';"Her> aidvices-were niil. hlijwe~c-i. Illier
; -, h a n tlh >"e re c e ive ,. v l. llaiM ^.-- '.,., / ui
.: Times, M[,.r,.' 10.
;.-'. T hei figilt on biickli]eal, lii.'nze, anid
'-, ;'".. rice deserves .a. [lllce in the s ine p' r.',. ol"
"s.l atheras the eeleb,'r eie b:,itle uii cl:iL e.
;-* ]\[aiz~e i s'a a d:->ngeri~ns aiiicli"', eih?,d "M r.
';- .Mile?.\. It. will b,.- e~iin..- [It ill coime inlii
.-* -.coinpelii,on u ith i ulie~it anI [b.i'lev ',uji
;_-_.,-.' ,'. oats. Seex, ow lhev ,+c tit ilti Annie icH civ
L ;. ;":'..:--..7:-, out oilier utt, t or~ itu .. A ll ,.lI,, \I,,,< ihe,































































































** & -.e eaill'iu: "oi'ur" "in every sliiip.--iu" I;loan:s."
;. ,.:. inl cake% i, Inesses, iu |)p-ri'd'.es, b~i>(il,e,,
'-' -.. boiled, rnas, filed, blitlei'ed, MI'; ti'-d',. f,':l
.+ pered, ?:ilted'; and s" r'el eu lnmce._
.":.' "-, room f'or a. lpi ol" 2,oo,. wlif il:.[i hrea..l.--
.Before Ilun a; _-lial] haive all En,2land "'('01'1
"" fed." E nlgli- l me nl, :Scrichui e 1. Irishnm en,
.. .'. horses, enws, ani pigi, will all be ejliin
.. ont of tlhe *S'llme di,h. '[here are .-:evr-i


hundred iniliiou quarters of corn re,idy ,' Io
.".: ..' .-. pour i1, SLI)S a l'e.ll ( rictilturjl and cuuIi-
merciai au'lhority.
-Hnw-ar, wheat rnn, harley, and onis to
:.s~aj3t andn iii l ot -so'f 13h1f,1 an ll i',:,jn ? Loi
-..it be oiljv for three or ',, r 1 ii, ihs ar ilhe
,. tu11ost, say's MIr. T'1\les.--Lom.,'on T ie-s,
"' .\ M ar,:/} 1U."
.-.;-.- [r':roin th- L iver(..:,,,I C c:,iniir.. M ai,_.h l ] *

,4:.-.. WVe Ifear that fur concession-! nmale to
.:. ,* he, Americans -"lr ilihe .:d!e of lie+,o "
i .- *' ha produced micn/li.of'h, present ilinficnl-
" -".- 'y; tlie es|)edient ol'sendin- an enbass i-
.... :* dor extraordiiriry, tl r.. exrava--,ant demand, lias M them to lie-
.. ,...., lieve that anylhin,-, may be olt,,iuled t I'10i1
k. --. us by btullyiu). andI bluster. Forbe,.rance
0' is thrown away on people so inf ted with
,-. notions of their power and imlnorlaiIce.-
"'.- .':.Every offer of peace is looked on by ihrem
as thi result of'fear, and only exeiies iliem
to new insolence and increased pro,-n-,iou.
The only chance that remains of avoiding.
_v is to show, that we are prepared for it.-
The only argtiument that can met Anhk-ri-
can rapacity is the pi enoeue ofsunch a 'force
iu lhe Pacific ani ;ilnZ their coas -is it ill
instmnilly cru.li all resi-tan,?-'p, [hi liev
persevere in selling ilie.il-iw : di le t ,e.islo,
of civilized nailions at deli..i],ce. Uor_ To-
:,vernment is now siicieiuily warneil; and
we triist that ilie Ihrr,.iis ol ile American
President will be met by tha assenmblin, uf
Briiisqh fleets.
Dis3eni'ons ,1mon0.Z tte JA ".-n-A "1 diqrup-
tion," says a new religious paper called the
Bi.71ta'e, has taken place among theJews


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For Havre.
STHE fine ship PROBUS, Devries,
^ master, has three-fourths of her cargeb
l n-aged, will meet with dispatch. For
balance of freight or passage, halti r, g .lendid a6-
commodations, apply to the Captain, or to
ISAAC M. WRIGHT,
April225 3 Columbus Block.
For Liverpool. "
THE fir.-t class Am. ship HUROX'tf
SWeeks,-master, havingp three-lburths of.,
S iher cargo engaged, will have dispatch *
for the abne port. For freight, apply to "
Maroh ".t J. DAY &'Co. -
For ]Liverpool.,
, THE superior Br., bai k CUlMBER--
L,/1d.A'D, Power's, master, till have dis-
c^^oatch. For freight, apply to
March 21 J. DAY & Co.
For New York'.
S-r-- THE regular packet brig R. 0. FISH-
ER, Appleby, master. Flr freight' o r
sI~iiK, passage, applt0 'o .
April 18 DODGE-& PRATT.::'"
For New York.
STHE splendid brig GEA"z IVLLSOJX,
M Min or, master, will have inmnidiate dis-
a patfhli For freight or passage, having
good accommodations', 'apply: to the master, or t6
April I S1NOURE, STONE Si Co.


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A I.n<-i Wordl !
"H]-AVING i-n ui|:, rfr bl],,ilIesS to Mr. JoHN
__ _C r,.' -, hon 1 av.: .n,-, n f,,r nuany)years
as a -*,,. i'_-,:ha. ,,I. 1 .,n'-i for him the patro-
inJ:e ,t' r4 \ n :'l, l:,i, I':!lnr ion!J the publ :. I shall
,:*.v,_-- tl js -plae in tiL/tt d,t\ s, and all persons
,% 1.-, -,ir- ind l to t,:, r -, w,-.ild ,:.rnfer an ,;.special
5'.ivor L4 i. l~i~i^- inn.theii lo : ,apnent. A ll uu-
s&-rrlt., a a ,:.ntiv v ill b.: -1A in p nropr r hand Jor
c-,,l.i,.:.r ,. \W C. LAVI'FENCE.
N 1-f. b "',e afraidd: t my r.tkiini- the money
ouit (a" t...'\'T --l'>'r I u\d it aill, anid iir, too.
.A p,',i 11, 1- *,,. \V. C. L.
MIolasses.
A1! "TIEPNE'CE'":' & bbls anrd "~3 hh-ds. cargo
... I -l.hr S,.v Iri,,i Hava,,, t.:. v landing,
f..r I..h IIv [a,,rl !] .. DAY &, Co.


I :Lt ,,'.1;, ; ", -;[.,:..i~,,.ii n :,r A !l f iIn Bai'am ,
**. l :'. :i.r -J', t, u t A,',l .-\;tiniy. t. ,u;[:,s, L iver
_',-,tj I, ,:r. ain I all oi.f-c,.:, ,, Ih& throat and
lr.11-1 .:..: :. e- I by
Ai, l 11 1 H.F. ABELL.
igegimns a n-id a Hope.
A,1-,-1 PC. I vey heavy Ln,,-tille, Min &
450?J Co; EJ--,11-i,; 5?) coils Bale Rnpe,
f,:I -fl: by
Mar.-h h7 J. DAY & Co.
B+i:.Gl; Nn--'2,)": rolls. I'or .sale h'
mareh14 D; B. WOOD & CO.


~B~Pa~nefrm~oranrui~~sar~a~x*WBODer~u~


kway, allow me to insinuate that 'Taxatus' had Po
*other object in view than to excite the A-.. of
'our citizens against the present Comipir-, while he
indulged in a habit peculiar t... mi-At'. ,Itn' *rumb-
: ing at every thing that d '- i"" _-111 t l7; par-
>'**alel with his vi' ..-.,ninterests. ,


EXPORTS OF COTTON FOLT:LPATLAOHICOL.A I VfiKl~ rPrI... CU.. --T.
Com i encing 1st ..',ept'njiimb r, cix5-- ,..id sainc iae .... ... .
t"-"ll -l 1844. ]ARTICLES. D. C. D. C.
--' -- 11tO ] revi- I s I ........ IN G entuckv, yd IJ a 1
WHITHR.. ... F ...-, slI sOTaT on I -l9 Dndee,' yd 16 a 17
Liverpool ............ ...... 19332 .199.32 .302:50 PCanut, yd at 1V
Ilavr...................... ...... ...... .. 2587D BALE ROPE, Kentucky, lb 5 a 6
N antz.................................... .1279 -N northern, Ib
Trieste ............... ...... ...... ... .. .2187 M anilla, Ib a 8
Genoa... ........ ......... ...... ...... ..2,19-1 BREAD, Navy, cwt 3 a 4
Other ports ........... ...... ............ ..1490 Pilot, cwt 5 a 6

Total to For. Ports. .....-- 9932 -99332 .40223 COFFEE, Rio, Ib 8k a 9j
--- Havana, lb 71 a 7'.
New York ........... .. ... 2499q 2.1298 .33409 Java, Ib 10 a 13
Bo'tol ............... ...... .. 94.741.9974 .2.1209 i SANDLES, Sperm, lb 30 a 3,5
Providence .. 85,. ..5369'. ..6227 ..8491 iCORDAGE, Manilla, ]b a 10
Pililadelphii ......... ...... ....4;401...440..1547 Hemp, Ib 11 a 12
Baaltinmore .................... 16621. 1662 ..494 94 Tarred, lb 12 a 14
N(+w Orleans ......... ...... .2337..233,7 ..7504 CIDER, Northern, bbl 6 00 a
Other ports ........... ...... ..16-131 ..1643 -.1607 DOMVIESTIC GOODS-
Total Coastwise .... ...858..457231.465S1 .78261 Brown :Shirtings, yd 6Q a 7
"= S h e e t ij a 9 7
TOTAL--.. ......... !. S,4- Tickings, yd 12i a 20
.. ....... .......... Cottonades, yd 14 a 22
PASSEN(ERS. Calico Prints, yd 6- a 25
Par steamer Char,.lston--M-r Ridgway and lady, Kentucky Jeans, yd 25 a 55
T nd lady. iss Kiinrough, Messrs18a
Gren, atds. C app J ap'. DYES, Logw'd, Campeachy, ton
P er s"e" St. D om ingo, to n
P<-r steamer Boston--rs Shaufl; Mrs Davis, Fu stc ton
M Rses-tv. Forsyth, A Forcvth, _-1 Shaitff, Cropp, 'U3tl t
J -. ,,,.1'. B u p p, Schl py J 5lo tion. E M orton, rT Indig ro, lb
H:I, J1 Morton., E Mortonb 5IFLOUR, Northern, bb] 6 50-,a 7 00
If K 4:11,.1 S y E 1iJW McCabe, M ^ p
il Putt, MAan& 'vjillc. Carraway. W western, bbl 575 -a 6 00
Per steamer Agne.-Capt Sutton. Messrs T E FtStT, Cod, box 250 a 4 50,
rsheaflr, Ep B 1Coalson, 1R E Gibson, L B '2vackcrel, No. 2, bb] a 7 00
Parker, T ; Hare. No.2 bbl 6 00 a 7 00
Var stearmer Cniarion--Judge Spann, MessrsN HERRbN, bo.
L Bliss, W. Muniford. HRTG o
Per steamer Abanv--Ths Hadleyv-,flay, 3 FRUIT, AlmnDds, lb
chiJldren and servanjt, BsM'Grifnm 3 children Raisins, box 275 a 300
and servant, Capt WX K Moore, S P Dickinson. Punes, lb 14 1
Per stearner Pevtona--Mrs Wh]aton, 2 ei- Currant, d nb 14 a 14
drcui anl servant: MIrs Ca rnioiiade, M rs L T '1uin
\Voodrufli Gen W !i-win, (-',en A U Gordon, Col Lemons, Lux
J m Chambers; Messrs -1 E Chittev, r. H Daniel, f 'UPS, Otter,
Charles "heaton, James Gillepie', Thomas Ap- ( j '1 ,ATEaslbuh 50 a 6
P,+ c H ( Kelly, A L oarrurd, 'Rob-rt Kenway, -,LAIN, Ot ,s 54 a 6
P 13 Bckipper and 'Baker. ,,- Cori, bush 691 a 6.5
Per steamer Columbus-7-VIresrs U B Frost, r*,AS' box 3 co a 10 00
SamrneI Parymaore, E M5 Skipper, B G Alderman AY cwt 100 a 12.5
anB rnar. tk e AilDES, Green, lb 3 a 38
a n a n a d) r y c o u n t r y l b 6 -' a 7 ,
Per steamer Viola-Capt Alien, M'[essrs T Bar- Inv, Eug"ish, lb 4 a 5-
ret, Bosworth, Stondenmire. 1 Swedesh, 1b 54a 5
Per steamer Agues--J T Patten, J WVRochelIe, Soelb 5 a 8
G W Wot.then. Hoop, Ib a 10
S V eot e.e t't lb 8 a 10
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR. Nail Rods, It, 61 a 7,1
RECEIPT P TI,. iNTECPLIingAinericat Ilb 4 a 6
Per steamer Charlston-310 ba!es cotton to ]IJMBER-,--
Harper & Holms; 125 to Wrn t-T Kimbrongh & (Boftrds, White Pine, MI
Co; 123 to Hill, Dawson & Co: 78 to VovwardN& ', 4. Yellow 'M 7 00 a 10 00
R-.uuth-rford; 66 to Ncursp, Stone & Co; 26 to J;.o SStaves, M
C 2vaclav; 25 to S Davenport; 41 to H C Sapp; 2 VVite Oak Heads, M
do and 2 bales n'des to McKay,& Hartshorne... .. Heading,' M
Pcr siearner Boston-237 bales cotton to [ti!l, L AD Par, 1 5) 5 a 6
Pawsou &- Co; 23.1 to Lockhart Yuung; 91 to &Ieelt lb 10 a 12
VWm H Kirnbroiilih & Co: 77 to Dodge '% Pratt; LIME E bbl
:5;; to HIrter & Holmes; 13 to Ls Fred E Dugas; MOLASSES, gal 2"7 a 28
32 to order. NAVAL "STOIRES, Pitch, bb] 200 a 250
Per steamer Azns-s-10 bnps cotton and 2 boxes' Oakum, bale 800 a 10 00
tcbac-!o to Thos Preston: 2 do and I lot skins and Rosin, bbl 150 a 2 00
hides to Win G Porter 4v Co. Tar, bbl 250 a 300
Perr stearmer Champion-231 bales cotton to NAILS, keg 450 a 500
Lockhart & Younqq: 217 to D B Wood &-oC Co; OILS, Linseed, gal 00 a 1 25
102 to Chas Rogers & Co; 54 to Nourse, Stone &" Oliv, bottle 50 a 57
Co: 47 to W\m GPorter ko Co; 30 to Wylie & Sperm, gal 112 a 150
1VIcKenzie; 15 to Harper & Holmes; 13 to McKay Lard, gal
&- Hartshorne. Tanners' gal
Per steamer AlbanY-54 bales cotton to Sim?. Castor, bottle 1 75 a 2 00


) courtesy, amiability ani dignity of bearing
f as a gentleman-his talents and abilities-
the respect and esteen in which he is held
by men of all parties, I will not further
trespass on your columns than to express
the hope of myself and of the Whig mem-
bers of Congress, that the people of Flor-
ida will at the next election remedy the
wrona committed by the majority of the
House in rejecting him, by triumphantly
sustaining and returning him as their repre-
sentative in Congress. WHIG.
To Jos; CusB', Esq., Ed. Sentinel.
[Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.]
WASHINGTON, April 15. 18,16
The Senate, yesterday, considered of the
resolution reported by the Committee on
Contingent Eqpenses of the Senate, in re-
hition to providing additional accommoda-
tions :,ff,,,l,-,. to the public press. An
" amendiient, providing that eqnal accommo-
dations afforded 'to the public press, as is
now afforded, was offered and agreed to.
t The question then recurred upon an
amendment to the effect, that the required
" appropriation be paid out of the contingent
fund.
! After a desultory conversation, in which
Messrs. Crittenden, Webster, Breese and,
Archer took part, the resolution was nega-
tived.
" The chamber is too small for the accom-
} modation of the body itself, without regard
to the public.- The Senate was ori,,inally
considered as a secret council, now it is a
popular body.
I The Oregon question was taken up, and
Mr. Westcostt spoke. He took the position
that the British claim to Oregon was wholly
founded upon the stipulations of the Nootka
Sound Convention, and the Conventions
with the United States of I818 and 1827,
and that Great Britain had no just rights
founded on discovery, exploration or pos-
session, of any part of the coast of Oregon
from 49 to 54 40' ; that her occupation
%v is under, and therefore controlled by, the
treaties above mentioned, and gave no right
to Great Britain to continue it, or to predi-
cate any claim to the exclusive possession
of any part of kjhe coast within those limits
in the interior country,- naturally tributary
to the rivers etnptying into ,the Pacific on
that coast ; and he further argued that when
the Convention of 1827 was abrogated,
when the twelve months after notice had ex-
pired, Jh'e % i.; bound to surrender the ter-
ri,)'' to the United States, as they had in
1819 acquired the paramount title of Spain
by-the Florida treaty. Though Mr. W.
sustained the title of the United Stales to
the whole of Oregon, he was opposed to the
notice, as he believed it would lead to war
before the year had expired. He was in
favor of colonization by the United States
o-f the country, and preparing for warbe-
fore the notice was given.
Mr. McDuffie thought that the Senator
from Florida, had 'misconceived some ob-
servations made by Mr. Fox, in the British
House of Commons, which he had quoted
as asserting .the goodness of the Spanish
title to the North-Western territory. Mr.
McD. read an extract from Mr. Fox's
speech on the next page to that.,which Mr.
AV.,,.-,,,,r had quoted, which, led to a di-
rectly different conclusion.
In the House, the bill to protect settlers
from the U. S. in Oeegoit, was taken up and'
discussed.
Mr.'Vinton, of 0., and Mr. Holnes, of
S. C., opposed the bill as a violation of the
treaty stipulations with Great Britain. The
bill. i,,i these particulars, M r. Holmnes said,
asserted the right of eminent domain. Mr.
Holmes also took occasion to i 1pl\ to Mr.
Adams' argument in support of the Spanish
till-e.
Mr. MK.-,y reported the bill to reduce
duties on imports and for other purposes.
The bill is similar to that framed by Mr.
Walker.
Gen. Houston will speak to-day.
It is rumored that the President will not
furnish the' papers relative to the disburse-
:,,i_,t of the secret service fand.
THE NEw TARIFF BIILL.,One of the
provisions of this bill is that in any year it
shall not. yieht a revenue sufficient for the
*l.rli]|*-( u aniis of the Government, the Pres-
ident shall be' ,-,iiji,!-,, '!, to lay a duty of
ten per eent on tea and coffee, and to an-
nounee the fact by proclamation.
It would ;i'f']i"-." from this that the pro-
jeetors of the new revenue tariff are doubt-
ful of its insnffieieney as a revenue meas-
ure. Now the present tariff has proved it-
self to be a ::,r':,,d revenue nmeasure-whv
,li-iuiln b it7 ?
D)oes'not the whole country perceive that
the Tariffof l842, now 6'Ol,,,iiim so well
both fo~r tl- ^'",vernment and the ].,:,.i,1,:..
is to be, de:-;,, ii, solely because it exM, i,,Is
protection to domestic industry ? No one
,I-ni,:'s that it -,,,i,,, admirably as a revenue
measure. It found the Treasury bankrupt;
it ha's-';i,;'ili,l'i the '-reasury to fullness.
"Its destroyers show by the proviso above
tmen~tioned that, they doubt: their own ability


to forln a revenue system that shall work so
weil.--[Batitmore.American.

Tiinr. OREGON BILL, which extends the
laws of Iowa over tili territory beyond the
Rocky Mountains, will .probably be carried
throiiJh the House of Representatives to-
day. _All ,1,.b.ie upon the bill is to close .1I
two o'cloqk.' r I I"
,In s,.: frr .is v1,1:- 1iju'lj ,- of this bill, iih-
o IIu aiii'_' ,,+eo a copy, of it, the p il:l'1 e
;-l,'-. I and in.:..,i ll, of it is to assert practi-.
V:,lly oilr lli-it ,f sovereignty over the Ore-,
Lyon :,','rNii. ,\. It extends the juvisdicti,-,i cf
1:,,1r I 1'., 'tn,,. over persons m erely, citizens
,:.I' ili,:, _Tii',. I States,..wh6 have *.6.,n,' to re-
side in Oregon,mbut over the territory also.
The limits of this jurisdiction are not de-
m:-ie1--except li.it It is made ,to cover all
the tetritory belonging to the United States
on the west side of the Rocky 3I,,u,,-,in.
Inasmuch, as our claim goes to fifty-four
f.,,i ".. the law must be held to operate to
that line, uplessa definite boundary is agreed
upon speedily hrtvc:,j the United States
and Great ]rii iml.
The bill -I.r-,'. for the erection of forts
in the Oi'-,n--im,,t merely trading posts
with wlei!p,,,i irY' fc,-rtifications, but permanent
fortresses intended for occupancy. Lands
3are ilso given to settlers; a r-,,len 'if five *
v-:,r. is required to perfect a title. Here is,
a right of sovereignty in its most complete
sense.
The bill is evidently formed upon the
i.uppoion iaitt the tnioice to terminate the
E .:-lio. coietntio.' 1 rill bee -irJn1"1. 171heC i .r


the operation oi the bill is made conditional
aTnd to take effect only %, hen the period in-
cluded in the notice shall have passed, we
are not informned. If so, and if, moreover,
a boundary line shall be agreed upon by the
Legislators of the two governments within
twelve months after the iving of the notice,
th(e bill may go peacefully into effect; for,
then, its operation will be confined to that
portion of the territory which shall have
been acknowledged by treaty as our own.
In any other condition of the case a colli-
sion with: the British authority and go~vern-
ment must ensue.-[Baltimore American.

MExIco.-The British steamship Med-
way, arrived at 11avauna o1] the 7th inst.
General Almonte, formerly Mexican Envoy
at Washington, and recently Minister of
War, was a passneger .ou the. Medway.
Our dates by this arrival have, of course,
beea anticipated by the bark AMandarin, at
this port; but to show the revolutionary
movements now in progress in Mexico, we
subjoiln a brief extract from u letter in our
possession, dated
VERA CRuz, 1st April, 1846.
"At a meeting, yesterday, the military
chiefs of this.city, it was unanimously re-
solved to pronounce in favor of a Federal
form of Uovernment; but Santa Anna's
partizan having insisted on his immediate
recall to take the command, which the oth-
ers wouid not agroe to, the meeting was
dissolved without anything positive being;
determined on, but we fully expect some,
change very shortly."
"In the interior every thing was quiet,
according to the accounts brought by the
packet express.
The Meduay had on board $300,000 in
specie.

FROM ST. DbmILGc-o.-We are informed
by Capt. Cutts, of the brig Hayti, from
Port at Prince, having left that place on
the 30th Ult., that matters in a political
way, were gradually assuming a peaceful
appearance, and that Ex-President Pierot
had sent in his submission to the new ad-
ministratiou. A rumor was prevalent when
he left, that the Dominicans had made a
proposition of peace to the Haytiens,,which
would no doubt be accepted.
The principles of tfie new Government
under President Riche seem to neet wiih
general approbation. The inhabitants now
are permitted to cut maliogany and other
concessions granted to then which under
the old administration was deemed uncon-
stitutional.
The Island was very healthy, coffee
.scarce and high.-[N. Y. Herald, 121hh Inst.

LAuNcH.-The now Steamer "Flint,"
will be launched on Thursd'ay, (23d) inst.,
fromn Gage's boat yard, one half mile above
Albany. She is built expressly for naviga-
ting the Flint River, in low wate-r. She has
twelve feet floor, eighteen feet beam, and
eighty feet keel. Inls supposed she will
draw about ei.,ieen inches water, with 400
bbls. freight. The enterprising proprietors
deserve great credit for their exertions'to
build a boat that ca-n navigate the Flint in
the lowest stages of the river.
We hope they will be well paid by the
patronage which they wiii receive frolil our
citizens, and the public generally.
[Albany Patriot.

A MUSIC.,L MousK:.-On Thnrsday mor-
ning last, Mr. Arthur Dyer, at his store
near the new bridge, caught a mouse, which
seems to have been a prodigy in its way.-
We have been assured by several! persons
who heard it, that it could sing with all the
melody of the canary, and variety of the
mocking bird! This seems to be a strartge
story, but in the face of' the evidence that
has come to us, it is difficult to doubt its
truth.
-Mr. D.'s clerk found the mouse in a
trap, which he had set overnight, and wns
about consigning him to the care of gri-
malkin, when the little fellow, much to his
surprise, eommeneed singing 'as for ,his life.
He put him into a eage, and soon found he
was verv tractable. He would ta.ke a bit of
cheese," and sitting upon his hind legs like
a squirrel, and wonhd eat before spectators
without the least fear, now aud then stop-
ping to amuse them with a display of his
vocal powers.
MVr. D. states that he had heard him for
two or three months before in the partition,
.,id h,,1l been much puzzled to know what
it was. He escaped on Fr'iday afternoon,
but may still be heard at. intervals in] the
partition. Hundreds of" persons visited the
shop an~d heard him.--Portland (Me.) Adv.

How is it," said one little-Miss to anoth-
er, "that John's never afraid, and I am?"
"Because he's got a Roman nose. and feels
safe ; don't you remember how we read that
it has always been said that a Roman knows
--no clanger," '


bWl42 50 a 13 00
bbill 50 a 12 00
bb110)00 a 1150
lb 9 a 91;
I, lb 10 a 11
Ib 6Q a 7
lb 53 a 6


. ^" ^--- A CITIZEN.
rX mn the Tallahassee Sentinel.]
I'WASHINGTON CITY, April, 1846.
7 fr. Editor!:-As Mr. Cabell has recent-
.y ift this rliioi l -,,p, on his return hotone,
/to meet the Ptol|le of Florida, in whose
Ib-ii.ilf lie came to take a seat in the House
/. of Representatives, of which he has been de-
-/ privei,. and his seat given to his opponent,
t1ink in criiint,, with many distinguish-
.ednmemb,:I ,-, of the W hig party, llit '11 will
'be. but an act of common justice, to enable
Jyon to lay before his constituents the opin-
'ion M,%i,:lh is entertained ,:,if him by his po-
lilic.:al frie,,d, inI ni.,iu of his political q-Ij-
poneni-, that they may feel themselves jus-
.lieed in having voted for him to represent
Them. in C,-,n.,,'s-, not only by their own
'Ltoul,-.,]._e of-t's character and qualifica-
tions, but also by the approval bestowed on
/ their choice by thie Representatives of the
W hig It 1,'l\' here a-,->-inM ,d.
Of him as a gentleman, rt:iri-ii,!:.l in
,all e,,ip III,-- for the courtesy, amiability,
: and dignity of his bearing, it is -..,,l iu-
ne,,e',:ie r for me to write. All these are so
N. allrln' to, every one with ,whom he is
brought into contact, mad were so emnin'ent-
ly dis.pla.,J ii the course of the controver-
:sy fspi-cini;,- Ilis seat, that even his polili-
cal otrlf-,enie iould not withhold their tri-
bup.e of r p,' t and a,liiiiiion. It would
th'-)-fore, be a work of supererogation in me,
i ,v iat.l.e.-i ,,in, mn ,self, to W higs, to
*ap*. .L;+: I'\',,r ,Il' tit ir %liii. his opponents
a- sn+" 't: Ie ii,,u[.i i;ible. be
A<,: ; ila,) of t dle.t r.td ability, I need
...":v ,(*- r" %,-i'n Vi llit- Ili.; h delivered in the
*!ii..::.- ,." Repre's'entatives in defence of his
!; .*,.** y i] s seat, and in reply to if.,-
:'! ::.,' r. B, *!., b ,.,,-ongh. T heclear-
;' :; S h i i ,:l- n,. i]'~_, the ,I"r. [ness and
; :;is- argumnlent, the .. e-, oCf his
S: .. : ..;:i: ,:. rated and secured i'l.-. attention
0!,, i ; !;)le H ouse- W hig and D em ocrat.
\..! "': ; .e tell you that this is no ordinary
.f ,t ... 't it stantips a man V. I'll intelligence
I ind force of (!, ,, i,-r of -o o ordinary kind,
wli,:,n he Js able to comma-nd the, attention
"of even a la'ge portion of' the House of
Repre-eiiili *-; for, be it known to you
that tf,, i-,, j., ,Ity of the speeches delivered
in the House, are delived to empty benches.
It matters not what the importance of the
oll,op. ,.11t, or the ii ,,-_n,,:, its decision may
exercise on the interests of the country,
there are but few on any subject whatever
who can command the at'teuition of the
House ; and As I have said, a mnajority-;it
1, i ilt -,--fo u'rt;i .-.... fthe speeches delivered
are made to empty benches, the.-number of
uie ',, ,'s 1r .-i. i \a,':.i:,.2 from 60 to 80. It
is then -I,, u'.ii.,y I ,illhiii,!iii:.-ir--t is indeed
the highest which could be paid to your
I.Iei ,pr r ... .irit ,itive's ability and oir'ii,,,i,..d
',,,. ,. i .1.1 i v ihat on such a subject as a
I ..,,, 1 I'.r :I -,-,, i,i the H house, involving
i, .It, lN' i i, !m-i, 1 m atter, he was able to
C.,II II iri,:l Irl.- itii -0ilon'of tthe whole H house.
+And, by,.,'\ nr ,"l' ,,'or ,,, I inay add that
I Ithis was ,,[ Il- I case iih his opponent,
M r. to,'-,,.i.a;,,o,,-,. 10 u ., .i it is no dis-
respect i.,i :?,v, ri I, lit- cannot and d'oes not
cotnmand by either his aliliry or bearing,
that res()ect f!.,,ii! Il, opponents "lii _!i" M r.
C.,I,,iI dl from his opponents. So much
for llis ,t'l'ir\ and talents, ackr, .1.. .-.I._,ed
universally to be of-a very h.-1i order.- Aud
now for the contest for his seat.
If there were no other prg.... that Mr.
Br,,, ki j, I>; .... had not proved his rigJht to
Sd,-]I -~..-.. .s l s ,. C iull fro I- l -'J scat % lii,:h
i,." hlI hy virfttp of ihe er, ificale and ac-
tion of,a Democratic.S,.-, t,,', of State
and G governor of' P li .i1 i, it \ il, I,,.. 1 i"> ..
in the fact that party drill failed to procure
.; mn; I'l ,-. like a I", i.'/vote to di .i -. M r.
,C .-i, l II i, .I ; i;.',, o!w,.- 1r,>,,..h T hat
any c 'l.l.d in 1 \I It., I< ,1.. the reports of the
C|-)..|||;I, o,- ,in El ...in,, and the speeches
oA [ i[ J.,'>l,, ii l ,- ,] ; :, I. C abell, can
come to IllI:],, i,i .;,,, ;!i t M r. Brocken-
1,,,,I..:!, .1 ,I, Ii i.lh, t he had received a
majority of the Votes cast it thie Stale of
F l.,,,i I, I ,,terly disbelieve. it is iiiin ..-,-
:[ i'.!,'. An A TI h ,le ii.,ni ,'-i, ; of'thelH ousewho
vl.,,,i.! t,_, .^,i r thp- s^.,i to .\i ,'. Brockenbrongh
%v e i''v i i n [\ ji,,,i !..' .fii- ii:..,'; ii i] (i\ ,, ;*.1 ,, ', i ,, ii ,.:,
il,.il-, i,.,'-- il-' v acted arnd ,," ,-.! Inl ,'i i i ,:,.
or' proof which was before thein, to the ef-
fect lh',i all the votes ,.,'*r at the 'eteetion
had iii-t been before tll,ii. 'it I, .*,: is also
other pI" ..i"f than this Illire-to o',i.,n\ a
Party vote for M r. B ., ',, .*li,..' t[, i,.justiee
done to M~r. Cabell.: It is to i,, i",,,,,i in the
;. action f tl-i (C',lili~iii ,,'ir- 0f E elections, '. l!i, ih
1c,,,Iii|......l as it is of six D em ocrats ito l,,..,
SWhigs, yet onee voted to report in favor of
J 'Mr. Cabeil, and it w:,, ,,(i) by hard work
; that one of the-Democrats was induced
Some days afterwards to change !,i- ',_,tr so
as tomake a majrity in fhvorof" M!:'. ]B.;
"' and even theni, those c-.,if,,,.it.iij;that ma-
.jority cvntradieted one another as to the
,; reasons why they said Mlr. B.-should liave
he seat. The discussion of this question
now, however, is useless. I have only to
repeat the universal conviction of the Whig
i. Representatives, and- of a large number of
S ; -;;!.crats, that M rt. B,',:,'Ik> iibr~iugh had


; -."tivn a li-,lit to dispossess Mr. C.O,1,,.II
:;n:s the majority of the Hotu, I in so
ol .die! -0 neie guilty of *"ross iiiti ti.i. I
*,-.- .- so notice the o(,_i-r nrr-le by M r.
(.. ?H a,d rejected by Mr. Brockenbrough
.-a. "r- h parties should submit th,-ir
.ii,-;i 4:- n to the people, that forewarned
,*;*S :; 'i ,i-,i e,! :e of the c .'r"-"':
_'., irrp ularittes and of Hli.,eL, I lip
: i m care might have been t:,!,,-.n
'iH a. d correct e\p,_,i ni,,u of the will
o',,o nof Florida might have been
\ .. ,-. ...neral im pression Ihfi ,,n til-,
1.,uis t, f : : that if M r. B ro,.I..enr,, '!,,, h
+h.'.l '+tj.<< ":co. ence in his position before
/ people ci' Florida-if he had not I^eii
o.,SCious that he was' the nominee of a
clique (as I 1in iiif.-,ri .d he, was,) and not
'the free choice of the pe.,ople-h- would at
.once have accepted thi- r, l'_.f. It was one
which did honor to Mr. C j,,-,I-it-aised
him ,till higher in the esteem of his friends
than- he h:id previously stood-it command-
:ed the approval of his political opponetif-
-and I am sure' must commend hill, io 1,- t?
respect and confidence of the people of
-Florida, in whom be- has thus shewed his
'confidence..
And having. thus briefly written of the
.pos.'to0u occupied here by Mr. Cabell-his


For New York.
j-t. THE splendid ship EBE.Y PRE- "
D .PLE, Perkfiis, rnaiter, will have imme-
^5agine d.-pac -i for dieh above port. Fdr
fr,-,!l,- ,.r l'i,-: e, app,,vy to the master, or to
I.ft 1 l NOI.URSE, STONE & C,,.
For Baltiio'e.
^-- THE E l 6 brig, T !JV /./Ia, Talbot-,,
y '",hiister, 1ll hLave dejspjtch lor Ihe above
H . .1'i r. Fu.,r deck, Ireigh or p ,shrge, apply
to 11!rilIS] CHAS. ROGERS & Co.
C' 1alla2aoochce Hotel.
;--a THE subscriber take, pleasuree in
'j .^ inrtro, irg the traveling community
!1p'!;- that hVe hastaken ciarae o,'the above
'.-f_ estzbhlishmeril, situated immediately
on th,.; banks of the river, where tlia
traveller maiy find a comfortable and quiia resting
place ahi1 thereby avoiding the many irnonva-
nience itihich they have heretufore been sub-,
ject to.
The '. S. Mail steamer Agne?.. from Apa-
lachicoli, rrives3 ,,n Sutdav and \Vednesday at
5 o'elo.., P. M.; departfs Mond.av and Thursday
at 12 Acio.:k. A.M. l'Te We-ttrn Mail arrives
IV'qndap4, WVednesdavs and Frid3 sat 1:2 o'clock,
A. M ; J,-ujris TueSdays,, Thursdjys and Satur-
days a' 7 ,/J.-j,:k A. M. Northern Moll arrives
Tue, da.,-,, "1 rIu di\si and s -turda.)s at S o'clock.
A. M. ; d,:pairts Mr, ida)s, Wednesday-; and Fri-
pays at 1", o'cl,,'k A. M. Eastern Mail, via
Quiney ,;,-l Tall.3liasiee, arrives Monda~y-i, Wed-
nesday.- "rdi Slurdi^ at 12 o'clock, departi
Tuesda.-, jedie-dj.s and Sunday%- at t6 o'clock,
P. M C,_lutr.t,us Mail arrives Sundays and
Thursd %_i at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesda)i,
andFrij s r-t 7 o'clock, A. M.
The H,,uste and Fii,,riiure are entirely new,
theservart-! Ihnr,,u-4h[y drilled in their business,
and all %%ill use thnr utm,.it endeavor tu make
the time -pa,-splea-3antly to the traveller.
A. G MARSHALL,
Agzent '.:-,rthe Propretor.
Chaittahon 'hee. Af:rt 17". 1.157 6. 1-2 -1f


k, Uipever; tC to Lockhart & iounaq; 36 to J
Day & Co: 2 to J H & J M Hull; 14 boxes to-
bacco to IWylie &- McKen:'.i.
Per 6steamer'Peytona-S50 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawsmn & Co: 91 to McKay &s Hartshorne; 1 box
tobacco to T Preston.
Per steamer Columbus-146 bales cotton to C
Rogers N Co; 1,39 to Hill, 'Dawson & Go; 135 to
Dodge &- Pratt: 103 to McKav ), Hartshorne: 44
to Harper &- Holmes; 44 to 'W G Portar & Co;
23 to Lockhart V- Young; 21 to S Davenport; 20
to B El'lison & Co.
Per steamer Viola-322 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson &- Co; 200 to McKav V -Hartshorne; 109
to Chis lRogers &- Go;. 144 to D B Wood k- Co;
81 to D G Raney; 52 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 25
to Dodge & Pratt.
Per steamer Ag-nes--12 bales cotton and 1 box
tobacco to Lockhart & Young; 5 bales cotton to
5McKay i Iiurt.horne.
EXPORTS.
P10%TvIDENCE-Per bark John Brower--S5S
bales cotton.
Per brig Akabama--470 bales cotton.
NEW YORK--Per ship Cordova-991 bales
cotton.


PPLOVISIONS, Pork, Mess,
5M. O.
Prime,
Bacon hams,
canvassed
Sides,
Shoulders,


LARD; lb a 9
BUTT''R, Ib lI a 25
CHEKSS, ib 8 a 101
PoTrATOES, bbl, 2 50 a 3 50
PEANUTS, bushi 40 a 45
SIC E, cwti 5 ( a 600
SPICES, Cassia, lb; 24 a 25
Cloves, lb 37. a 50
Girger root, lb 9 a 10
ground, lb 11 a 122
='Nutmnegs, lb 2 12 a 250
Pepp-r, 4 lb 18 a 20
SUGAR, N. Orleans, lb 6 a 7-
Old crop N. 0. lb 6 a 7
Loaf, lb 12 a 14
SALT, Liverpool;. l, sack 1 00 a 1 12
Coarser, bush 6*21 a 75
STEEL, Cast, cwt IS 00 a 25 00
German, cwt 12 0Of a 15 00
SOAP, lb 5 a 6
SPIRITS, Brandv. Cognac, gal 2 50 a 3 59
Gin, H-Iolland, gal 1 50 a 1.75
Anerican, gal 40 a 42
Rum, N. E. gal 37 a 40
W; whiskey, Rect. gal 24 a 25
Alcohol, gal 62'i a 75
SKINS, Bear, 1 50 a 2 00
Deer, 7 a 9
SHOT, nll sizes, lb 5 a q
TOBACCO, lb 12!1a 75
TEA, Young Hyson, lb 45- a 1 00
Soucnong, lb 50 a 75
TIN,
TWVINE, Baling, lb 18 a 20
Seine, lb ,40 a 50
WINES, :Vkuderia, gal 100 a 3 00
Champagne, doz 10 00 a 15 00
Anction.
SWtILL be sold on Monday next, April 27,-at
,V. 10 o'clock, in front of our office, PEW
No. 32, pleasantly situated- in the Episcopal
Church. Sale positive. Sold by and on account
whom it may concern. Terms, Cash.
MYERS & MITCHEL,
April P-5 Auctioneers. *


For Sale.
t.t A very Splendid t,..o story DWEL-
ti ;i_;L LING HOUSE, situated in the mo-t airy
.1 11d ple-isaint part of thit delightful wa-
,tenug i.1,':.. St. JUsephsi. The house ig built in
the be-t rrmanner, willh l.lhir doi-;., threi looms
and a h)Il --n a floor, Kitche0, Stat, le, Carriage
House a ,, all rict.-sjry out-buildirgs in good
order.
The ".'e ill be sold very low a. the present
owner IiLcid I ,,.Iea the CuUIhrv.
P,:rh.,S.., \lshli:" t., ha e a .a u n ',mer re.r..at,,
wh f']ihing and hunting are enjoyed in the greatest
.,.t'- ... in, w ill dd, w. ll to appi', s,",,'i fo
l.,-Ir.:ll7 I) WOOD & CO, 9-: 2.Wafer-'t.


Lost Child.
.3 .0 R E W A R D.
L O3T OR STOLEN, from my plantation on
the Cl-,tlah,-.,.,ch>e hPier, 6 ilclls below'
EDlluijla, a1 very lik,'l, iihg-r,, child, nearii three
";, -.i. i u,].]. is,.% i Va\,t njii;.;eL'd I'vi, [llie .\ard late in
ti,- -:e,, i. o* the 24th M aich, a th:,r,_-,u h search
,.% j; iih ,ju that ha iii[t ai.d for sel% idl iiceesslvO
(.1'j.' \', ri[!i,, t ,. i v.,_ ,,,.; a t 'raCe tf f1.1 l3 'i0u St leps,
*,', l h i, i.'Ch ,, the ,. [iii...ii that lie may bare bb en
Sr.:,1cii, lih._. 'llic ij'.'t.zri,-:.e: ,-' t\w o M en b-.lnig seen
,:,,M sirm ~ile datv in the \roods near the settlement,
'[-'."",IJ' ,^ I : lhl t >- n,,min.
H, I- : i ln>'i sa..t, f,.ill-factd child, rather buw-
'".-:-vd, aid hid. .J a thick bushy head of hair, and
I h!,arL; ri.l.ie sta'jr tlwr hishwoist pra..dced by a
burn. li rnine is Reuben. perlhaq s he might
scisn,-r to, If Ui ab,-,ve r,.vjrd lor tlie apprehension of Ihe thief;
;n.l if he mi -s been sdd I w'll pay Ihe purchaser
SOi, wm3o.:ii't li, p iJ for hinn and all expense lor
f'urin ,izi n,- ,.ith tlhe itij.,rnmation. I ill a6s6
::,.,\ 'ii\ i.:-.s.,abl? .dc~mar, d 1'Lr a1 m y In elligence
c,:.r ni,,iul:t.:d ,to nie., :or t,, M r. Thomas Lowvry,.
],:-.?r Eu!'j..,la, A iii]-i.r .hi.cli mn av lead to a dis-
cw.'...-r,. J C... irnbu;. G.a., April ,.?, I.-'6-. 1,-2t
'r .wi,e Lill'-iJL,3, tle rluinttormery. the Ap3-
.,.'l]>',-,l:, h "I Till. st,se. and the Albany, (Ga.)
papers B it [Iei-,:, p.b-.!h t,% ,:, arnd forward ac-
e._,ur, is lQ.r [,.,:. n rt. J. H H .
Flour.
11* F;IC.L.V Wesrern; 3,.1 bbls. Carial, now'
11 la,,di,.., for sale by
Api-I 1- J. DAY &. Co.


CLEARED.
April 19--rig Alabana, Alien, for Providence,
by T L MKitche!l.
Ship Cordova, Lowell, for.New York, by Dodge
& Prtt.
April 22-Schr Mary JEmer, West, for New Or-
!eans.
* April 22-Bark' John Brower, Sutton, for Pro-
vidence, by E B Ballou.
- April 23-Schr z Helen, Sears, for New Orleans.
ARRIVED.
April 19--Schr He!en, Sear', fin Havana.
A4)ril 22-Schr Octavia, Churchill, fm 'N.ew
Orleans.
April 23--Brig Maria L Hill,, Roers, fm. New
OrJeans,
Bjr;irTybee, VIcCormack, fin New York.
Fli., Carolus, Stern, fni CIharleston, to Charles
Rogers & Co.
Steamer Agnes, Rynear, fm Chattahoochee
Steame2r ,C ii, ';'"', Cadwailader, fin Coluirbus.
Steamer.Peytona, Grp-er, from Coumbus.
Steamnr Albany. Gri-fin, fm Albanv.
Steamer Viola, Van Veghren, tin Columbus.
Steamer Boston, AlMorton, fm Columbus.
-,. i,,i.,' Columbus, G-rrard, from Columbns.
Steamer -i, [l -i..i, Freenman, fm Columbus:


Athtae aie Uxm.
N OTICE is hereby given, that having dis-
charged John Adams from my employ, all
debts due the ". Uthcseunm," must be paid to me,
no other person having any authority to collect
the same ; and all contracts made in reference to
furnishing; supplies for the said house, or in any
matter in relation thereto, must be made with
the subscriber in person.
The above establishment will in future be kept
open by the undersigned, and he solicits a share
of the public patronage.
JOSEPH SCHROTD.
Apalacl5icola, April 25, 1846.
Twenty Dollars Reward.
SWILL be paid for the apprehension of
/,. 5 the Negro man HAYS, who ranaway
.... from Pensacola between the lath and 20th
aof March. HAYS is a likely Negro, of
light color, about 28 or 30 years of' age, 5 feet 8
or 9 inches high, rather stout; can read and
write, and is a first rate Steward or Waiter., It
is more than probable that he has forged the
signature of Mrs. A. M. adue to a pass, with'
which he hopes to escape to a free State. The

above reward with all necessary expenses will be
paid for his apprehension and delivery to',Mrs.
Dade at Pensacola.
apr25 17-3t LEWIS A. MIDDLETON.
The Floridian at Tallahassee, andithe Apa-
lachicola Advertiser, will publish the above,
three times, and send bill to this office.
State, and County Taxes.
MN OTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned,
L ax Collector for Franklin County, will at-
tend at the Court House, (Council Chamber,)
in Apalachicola, on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, the 28th; 29th and 30th of April, in-
stafit, to receive the State and County Taxes due
for the year 1846. I have to ask the. favor of a
prompt settlement from the Tax payers of Frank-
lin., JOHN LUCAS, .
Shetffand ex-officio Tax Collector.
Apilachicola, April .1S, 1846. 16-2t


LIST OF VESSELS I2N POR{T.
SHIPS.
Carolus, Stern, tons, fm Charleston, waiting-
Charles R ogers &i Co.
Minerva, Brown, 303 tons, for Karseiles, loading
--AI \Vright.
Probus, De Vries, 647 tons, for Havre, loading-
I M'1 Wrght.
Columbian, Merryman, 399 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-1Bugbee & Howard and D .13 Wood 66 Co.
Huron, Weeks, .514 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
J Day & Co.
Alexander, Leeds, 591 tons, fm Havre, loading---
Master.
Dauntless, Rogers, 698 tons, fm Liverpool, dis-
chargi ng--Master.
Solon, Bucknam, 540 tons, fm Havre, waiting-
D B Wood & Co.
Eben Preble, Perkins, 586 tons, for New York
loading-Nourse, Stone & Co.
BARQUES.
Due de Orleans, Robertson, tons fm N York,
waiting-I M Wright.
Cumberland, Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool,
I loading--J Day & Co.
Tiberius, Sears, 299 tons, for Boston, loading-
Bu-bee & Howard. I
Euclid, Davison, 501 tons, for Liverpoolloading-
E,, .-.... & Howard and Ls Fred E Dugas.
BB.TG-S.
Maria L Hill, Rogers, 173 tons, fin New Orleans,
V.',' l |t l '.-- '1. -l- _! ".
Tybee, .'1" i.., i.;, 329 tons, fm New York,
Rebecca U Fisher, A.,.!- '.', 222 tongs, for N York,
',d,..iii.--Dodge A Pratt.
Virgin, i. 'i"i..i. 349 tons, for Baltimore, .load-
i,,g-,-u, ,i Rogers & Co.
Delaware, I'.,I-! ... 214-tons, for FalLRiver, load-
ing- .'I'II I' Wood.
Genu VWilson, 5,ling'r, 183 tons, for New York, with
despatch-Nourse, Stone &- Co.
Pleiades, Carter, 238 tons, fm Boston, waiting-
Master.


('oIarlt'er-s!ii p.
T H' -iber.- repectlull) inform their
liir.rid. ard tlhe publh,.th:jt they have takert
i!.t, ,,jrtier.liop Mr. EUGENE VW ROGERS.
CHARLES ROGERS & Co.
A l-_ i 7. .1 41-',.
iN O rICE--Sx ,ce,-ks af'tMer d.ite. I will apply
, 1Io the Jud, ? f-,f Pr,.bite for the County of
F-wi'.rLtiU, for lett, r t fers-, %t adm1 ir-iIsirm orj upon the
eai.vld of Ji.hi Jenlkins, d,-eemsed.
B. ELLISON.
A r'll.,eici. '.l A firil .', 1"; |,P .


COMMERCIAL.

IR.EMARKS ON THE MARKET.
COTTON.--There has been a fair demand since
Tuesday, buyers-for the Continental markets be-
ing the principal operators. The decline of -
noticed in our Price Current review has not been
maintained since, the blulk of the sales being at
about previous prices. We make no change in
o urgquotations.
LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
1846. 1S45.
Inferior ................ 5L a 5| 41, a 41
... v.. ..... .......6 a 6. 47 a 5.i
i.l 1., ^ .... ........... 6 R- a 7 5- a 5'
Good _".ii .]Jiii .........7- a 7j a 6
,,.;II,i,,, Fair ...... 71 a 71 6j a 61
Fair- ......... .8 a 8 a 6 1
Good Fair............... 83' a 9 nominal.
F'R.ErrHTS.-There have been several engage-
ri, ni- m, l.. last-two pays for Europe at our quo-
tations. Coastwise there is a-steady business doing.
: QUOTATIONS :


To Liverpool ..................7-16d per lb.
" Havre ......................I 1 -16c.
" New York ................... 5-8c. "
" Boston......I I....... 5-8c. "
" Providence ...................5 8c. "


Coffee. '
'r-.x BAGS Rio Coffee, landingfrom brig Vir-
1.7 J ginia, for :jl. by :
April 18 :.: J.'DAY & Co.

A FEW pounds oflarge Red Northern Cl,:,\er
Seed, for sale by
A oril 4 1-1. F. ABEL.
Q.? i-VK~'SLonduti Clu~b Cthjm,,pigne;,
,4 J ."',I .ri'Ju 1 .4alia Segarzs, for _rale by
ir4] ,4 S. IiAWLEY.


-COTTON STATE L:N 'l. Last
*- ^ year.
,Stock on hand 1st Sept.. .. .....4 3
Received past 3 days......... ;.i2-
previously ..........93,917
Tbtal.... bales 97,549 1 4. "- '.:i
Exported past 3 days ............ 858
:r ,,.,,-l.... "..... 66,513 1184S4
On 'and., l.-Ji .:,n li!.b,;.'_rd ,,o: : .: at:]31,036 2{"'.!


U;'I 'i.F- INSPECTOR.-Having been ap-
pointed Inspector of Lumber for the County
of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services
to the public in that capacity, and will attend to
all .1,1ii,, .ii(..-i faiii i.; to said apnointment. '
A p! il 4 11 1 ,EENJ. LUCAS.


J Ili i NiH LLIGjE-Nij E0
PORT OF APA LACHICOLA ........ April 25.










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Notice..
,CASH wantel for ,(mdr.i., accounts of long
, standing. All persons 'itt',-,ted will take
due notice and govern th'rr.ive accordingly, or-
_ will--t,.ii llh:er t ,:r;-.,n:U\y.
March 28 PETER HOBART.
W wanted to Pumrchise for (vsish.
A EGRO-) B 0Y. from 1 1) to ": .eairz uot' ;ge
.- sitabbl for "tldtng care of a horse and
waiting in the I-viu, e. Apf, ly (I
mchl-I WOOD &"CO, 32 Water-st.

5 HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hihd., su-
w* J perior St. .roix, III ture, for s--le by
March 7 J. DAY L C.


Coligress Spring Water
JUST received per achr. LeRoy, and for sale by
1March-21 J. C. ALLEN.


aImportangt Nr!aaoia] "i'u
THE STATES3TMA136 MAN9A L,
A NEW .ND tLA~i';.EDMID";T0 01' i-&RI.-IDi: NTA'
IFs.Ar.ES. WITH .\
H HISTORY OF E ArH.I It A 'j ,i; M -T A ION. .
.. ...A,.,T:.lqION, &c.
/.'. T' : iq ll.,;,. ,';, s f',. ,.::-. :. 5 ':,,. oif over
,':t'nl II,,,l h,.] P--.*;;. .C,,,:'i.
I4 H.\Nr ,?I i .f-/UL o? B!T_ IiNG.,

PRICE r F-VE DOLLAR&..
THE A DnDRE F..:... A.\- OF
THE PREIi-i'iriNTS .. ... 1E U. S.
N.\UGIUFI.\L, A-N(.N'.\L iC.D SPECIAL,
Fro I' 17d9 to iS 6.
7171", an Oi'riiV.1 .h'l,'-o," o.- -,t," et" /,- Pre-
f.]rii.., ,in J ,z Hti.! 11n o},' tlii i,'. i.'/ii *; .'/*,,,-
/", *;, -'.' ,2"a ,1 /.;.I;,i/ .. of.'t Iip,;irtnn!
L-m iiUn.-:nt-. c~ir! /.% ,.'(.;./_ I for-
't iitt-'t .
CoTIpriLrD FrZ'-%r n C.UDIAL S r,'IIC E ,
BY EDIVN WILLIAMS,
ArrK'l'Mn OF THrM.'r-.-FKI''-.LPE,! .- &C.
E..nbe/lik.hc'1 ,,,.". F. , u l, q./ the Presidents
an-)l thlS S,,a!.j o," C',- q t, rns of the
.CN K\^ .
:Co0N vr NS.
t. The? Sieol',ea ,.r .\.d.l,.:-.q:s, and Messages
orf tlie'Pr,?;ide iit i-i,.,tre U it.f.:d it_ tq.. from W ash-
:iug,)n t,', Pc, lk.
2. A I -ri..,r, ,-,r Bi.-.in il,,-al Sketch of each
P r'?.iii,-,,t. p.-r,..,-cd rin h,, M --, i. .
.'3. A n uc,,ic- iin ".I' f.he li,-,.ii'ur~it].i, of each
Preid.'nt.a.,..l .a H ilt~ rvi ,:.c tl'e jij.' -p'] l political
eventsr, -t" !I,i-i .JnIrr iiiii; i :Ii .i :iid 4 ,[ ,, tho trrns c-
tl )ll. >.>' C,)I'i.I',.L at ei.-l+ ,-i-.-i,,, .i' ii,]ll- IlP li,e p-
T l-.d "r h e?'e >.l;.t ,lr- I'.!,.'; .',*.,I I;; [ l', .+ .'. i,;-s, -,-, :>..,
& ,:;., r_,l" ea,'s:l Presib t-,t n,+,. '',,ili, 1., M ,-:_.:+ :-,
f,.,riiiiry5 a P.omr~eidt,:.isi P,iciot. I [-listory of the
U11ted St'te.- I7.4-r ile e 'it i;',>-,-v.-i years.
-4, D ,: :lar i' .,n ,,fl liJ,r,d,_l, -i,.,.ri,,,:..
5". A-rtirl--,- >ol C ,,ni-,:i, -r,.iLI.W>i.
r. C ,rI.nt.i..n Li t" tihe [,,,:ted States, with
N,,tes ,iid Refriides.
7. A bil ,l'hiizii.ry ot' tl~i. events and circum-
stil,'c-' "vwho.',- l.I t.I the ',ii.-', of the States and
formation ,of thti : .,:Pq^tu [,.,n.
8. A s%'nop,,id :.ti tie 'C.wi:titutions of the se-
veral Stjte;.
9" i IbI,-, f -. ,b.?brs i'or the Cabinets of the
v-jri.-._-1 3r]ji)1I1-Ir.t1,,I.]i, Mii-_ter-; to Foreign
C o'vi;i:'is, dad ,:,i l,,.- 1', 01111 l pnilill,' offi cers.
D). Cl on,.-.l!..cal 'Table of Political Events in
thie UrlIfJ S-tAt,? -
II. Stfi-tical Tables ,f Revenue, Commerce
a,,d P..,pul itii.
12. A complete Index, or Anal-vtical Table of
Conitets to the wh..le ,...r!
TO A.IF.IC%.,N CITIZENS.
The pii:,li-jl, .,r f I .-l..,i,,, .e N 1")i'..%. L J. A nORK,
ill ann,.unci!!,, it.; ,:-,iipl,-ii- rin, t- s'-- ,, t,1, oppor-
tunity ht- ftate, that -! ,.v s;[* or' tl,-t sr n,-i- ha_ been
cotni.itt--d to l11i aj ,:-llt th1`11.0i-ju tl U t .'nion,
wvho arP Iuh r..ed t.) a4._ le s**. il_?ri'. that
there wi ll b. no d.:,, i.r,.,n tr,-.in t',e I: ri .,, fixed,
na11menly, I-eVF D,)LLA-Fr. 1-.:r c-,-pY, ,.i i-,'oh must be
con, idelr-,j r voluin, .s i ,t of o r sev,-r 1i,,1iri k '.:- s .p;1- h,
No expen\.t li.i- ha beern -r-1.H:l ir, fh ijrp3rI .-
tion rl" tih .- p-i,-' ,-,fl ,' Di-+ii ,:ir- t[i.t,,r,. air. d
Stiti'llI to r':rl.],:r IlI, -mi. e ,,rl.uv the .1-
113. "-, n,:,t O~l\', '...i" S| #[.-isri n dri.a l Legislators, but
ofI il-io, Amrnijai ,ul n: .ter div; who will find
in tin? Tr;:A-s-'Y OF P..LITICI.\L KNOWLEDE, a
in ">:.of IuC'.rriatian on ids-.pLIajbIre to every intelli-
gent citizen.
Formie edii.--.n: of dll- F're.identr,' Messages
have beeln imperlLr t and ii...rpl.:te in many re-
spee tc, 'whicli hIad%'r n-1,v b,:-e',, roi- rdlt, l-- by a
car,:i'ul coi, f,-ri..n,q \vi'l ..i" % I' l .JI .-,.I l10E it And
*2j t' dil.-,!,t rn- m- h, r-,:t o s pply the Sr..-.:i.
I e,.-) I s Lwl .i-..rs 'I'l Ao itt -d 11,1 t"...r ,-.'r ,'*.-p -
piliti.:.ni. T he Ird --\ t,,I t- d w ..l k .-. I;. .,.1" 'i, .-
jecti, nine 'and ,da.2 ?5 isi iin,.-v l'-x I .,' ,I" rhil
editil)o!, which writ i',Ike 1 i; inrail;,b I,? Io: r',i,.i -
'TI reiid.:r fi'.?r, w ritiq ., f ; hf f .le ,A"-' i
Pre.";,:lnt_! rr.nur.? \ .,Iu.jble ;i- i .-,riM~t'ii,..1 N jri:,ul
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'WIN IVHI~.I.\I.M-;,\ win.'..? fI'.rnlijiit,, ,\irlh i:.r Pi,-
]itical H i-_c:.,y ;jn i Sr-ii-,tr,:al Su!il ,'.:s -_ .-r:. ]l\,
are w ell kri.'.i riI t tt,: |.,ubl:c. ,I ,l. I a .. ,- il.n -
ficnt gunr-om te,. ',Lr" ih_ ? 0>?,nr...' ai -i I]. 'ty of
the covi.-Ilaticoi LIhd :,, ,i' ,',vii -'i$ -o-o-.".
DW7 AI0 9 D \VALKFR1.
A pril 1 1 1 -I F kl-t..:.!r iie t, _.*,-Y.rk.


A Ca-r,.
Tilt.l: ,,,,.i-,'.;, ,id hi.'u.,,,, t.,ir.'iaK-d lr,:,-i lr.
1. D. S_' ...% HL w i,:-v 1Ii: ,'.-,iii- i,,,:k ,-.f D ,, ,
M ,f-) -inr., P'Iotz. 0-1. GI',-, \; W re, Sh',-r, Fur-

sale and R, h;', at thie old stand corner ot Water
and Chestnut sts, and begs leave to say to his friend,3
and former patrons of the establishment that his
stock is complete, ,'mbhn,'in'T every article usually
kept in Southern Il'.i. Sr..r.', and from arrange-
meats 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.


-+ Drugs and -Ntedicnee-. .
aTHE subscriber has, and will
,-onstantly have, on hand, a complete
as' 6tment of DRUGS and MEDI-
Cj .IN which he will warrant pwre

and Of ti- best quality. Country
Merchants atir. Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, exan;,e and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions pi up with,
care and accuracy at any hour of the day o, night,
SJ.C. ALLEN,"'
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce stA.


% rgal 2 Notitrs .^ ~ rtaos -Notice .

.. .. BE l-- --OTICE- Al- --n i,-,
Ci',lcli ( C o urlt !i7a l iis C o m1E 'y. St.--i-. '. Sk i l jr!u. l. t, '" t sail c.-,,.1, .
H ,= .].1. !|,fio N .,, l, ) il .:.: .,.. .,r Itj.ij t :. i to rt t h, *_-,m eJnli;T
vs. J Petition to foreclose mort- authenticated, within the time prescribed by law,
Sidney R. Ford and gage. or this notice will be plead in bar of their reco-
Elizabeth A. Ford. very; and all persons indebted to said estate are
W HEREAS, a petition has been this day filed requested to make immediate payment.
in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of' $ ILAS DAVENPORT, Adm'r.
Franklin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain Apalachicola, April 19, 18,16. 16-2m
household furniture, made and executed in Deca- -r yOTICE Six months after date, I will apply
tur county, Georgia, on the 28th day of Augusr, A to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin
1 and it appearing to the satisfaction ot county for a final discharge from the administra-
Court, by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the t f t ea o A r R decked.
defendants Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford p.T CARO Adm'
reside beyond the limits of the State of Florida: EN BA.N T. CARO, Agnt .
It is ordered that said defendants do appear arid A alachiola, April 4, 1846. 1-4-6m
file their objections, it they have any, within 15
days before the first day of the ensuing fall term TWOTICE-After six mqnth's publication of
of this Court, otherwise said petition shall be Nt_ this notice, 1 shall apply to the Judge of
taken pro confesso; provided that due publica- Probate, for Franklin county, to be discharged
tion of this order be made in the Commercial from the administration of the estate of Oliver
Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two C. Raymond, late of said county, deceased.
months, successively. (A Copy--Teste.) BEN. F. NOURSE,
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. March 28, 1846. Adm'r. de boits non.
April 18, 1846. 16-2m


FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil-
ions and nervous Headache, Constipation,
Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
Tarrant's Componnd Extract of
Cubebs and Copavia,
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
in a few days-no confine-
ment or restriction in diet,
is necessary. It will be
found invaluable, being pre-
pared with the greatest
'Ji M possible care, upon well
tested principle, fit,unded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
that a combination of sim-
ilar remedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable eflfct, than any equiva-
lent dose of ary single one.' In many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely applica-
tion. For sale by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


A tj ii/ x-'-l--n.l au Y ple rslonsUli Ulllltelluet, ljaL
six weeks from the date of this notice, I
will apply to his honor the Judge of Probate for
the county of Franklin, for letters of administra-
tion upon the estate of Stephen T. Skillman, de-
ceased. SILAS DAVENPORT.
Apalachicola, Fa., March 6, 1846. 10-6w
OTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Probate Court of Franklia County,
for a final discharge from the administration and
office of executor of the estate of David Rich-
ardson, deceased.
E. B. WHITMARSH.
Feb 21, 1846. 8-6m
NOTICE-Six months after date the under-
signed will apply to the Judage of Probate
for the county of Jackson, for a final settlement
of the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said
county, and a discharge from the office of Exec-
utrix of the last will and testament of said de-
ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN,
December 20, 184,5). Executrix.
OTICE-The undersigned having recently
N qualified as administrator on the estate of
Henry Josey, late of Jackson county deceased,
requests all persons who are indebted to said es-
tate to come forward and make immediate pay-
ment ; and those to whom said estate is indebted
to present their claims within the time prescribed
by law. ETH1NGTON J. MERRITT,
Marianna, Nov. 4, 1845. [6m] Adm'r.


Balsam of Liverwort.
A REMEDY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptoms,
on the Chron'o-Thermal system, by the use of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAM OF LiVERWORT, which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is;
and has been for a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proofs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. ;Franklin says a small leak will sink a
big ship." Therefore., cure your coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
-- Apalachicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYILOR'S
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
,terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it is
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21,1846. 12-1y
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
EALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed to be,
the most popular remedy of the present day, foir
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, .ji..-,
aud Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Hea'.i
ache, Hearn urn, habitual Costivenesg, &c. -.,
Travellers and residents in warm climates \%ill
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method ot "
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; they will take this. aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesAle and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.
Driugs, -Iedicines, &c.
A LARCE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
'-J cines, &c. consisting in part of the follow-
ing articles :-50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and hf
pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil,
40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbis Copperas; 10 lb.17'
Gum Opium; 20 tbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London Mustard; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lb.4
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup ;
10 kegs Pearlasih; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel; 20 loz Spts
Turpentine, and a general assortment of all arti-
cles in the Drug line, fbr Country Merchants,
Planters and Physicians. For sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


To Cie Public.
H AVING disposed of my entire stock of
Drugs and Medicines to Mr. H. F. Abell,
in retiring Iron, the business, I take occasion to
return to the public, my friends and customers,
my thanks for the patronage they have bestowed
upbn the establishment while under my control;
and I take pleasure in recommending my successor
to them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit
for him a continuance of the custom heretofore
so liberally extended to me.
March 1 B- S. HAWLEY.


AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 16, 1S416.
Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.


To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE.
T HE subscribers have opened a new Type
Foundry in the city of New York, where
they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for
anv kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Pa)er, Cases,
Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
.Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, ne-
cessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand
materials.
The Type which are cut in imitation of the
English letters, are cast in new Moulds,, from an
entirely' new set of Matrixes with deep counters,
are warranted to be unsuipassed by any, and will
be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished
by us is hand cast." The types from any foun-
dry can be matched at this establishment.
Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Engines
of the most approved patterns.
Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
COCKROFT & OVEREND,
Dec. 13, 1845. ly 68 Ann-st., New-York.
Bagging and Hope.
1 O0 PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAG-
100 GING; 50 Coils Rope; Also, 200
sacks corn, for sale by
BUGBEE & HOWARD,
jan3 :No 7, Columbus Block.


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


Found at Last--A Sure Cure for
thie Piles.
P HYSICIANS and Chemists have long been
anxious to discover a medicine that would
cure one of the most troublesome diseases, the
Piles. Success shas at last been the result. Dr.
JACIKSON'S PILE EMBROCATION not only stops
all bleeding, allays pain and inflammaiiol, sub-
dues that intolerable itching, but efleclually cures,
like a charm, and in a very short time, persons
whose lives have been rendered miserable for
years. For sale by J C ALLEN,
Sole Agent for Apalachicola.
March 2S, 1840. 13.4m




ACOUSTIC OIL!
f l\THWE ONLY CME R / P|A

FOR the cure of DEAFNESS, Pains, and the
discharges of matter from !he Ears. Also,
all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing of
insects, falling of water, whizzing of steam, &c.
&c., which are symptoms of approaching deaf-
ness, and also generally attendant with the dis-
ease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten,
fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to
use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two
bottles, thrown aside their truaipets, being made
perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeous highly
recommended its use. For sale bv
J C ALLEN, Sole Agent
March 2S 13-4m for Apalachicola.
Cabinet Work S11o,.
2 THE subscriber is now in readiness
to manufacture new, or repair old,
Furniture, with promptness and de-
spatch, and solicits the patronage of his old (.pay-
ing) customers, and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new ones.
PETER HOBART.
(0- Shop in third story of Brick Building, cor-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.


N OTICE .-The undersigned having recently
qualified as administrator on the estate of
Carey W. Josey, late of Jackson county deceased,
requests all persons who are indebted to said es-
tate to come forward and make immediate pay-
ment; and those to whom said estate is indebted
to present their claims wititin the time prescribed
by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT,
Marianna, Nov. 4, 1845. [6m] Adm'r.
NOTICE.-Six months after date, I will ap-
ply to the Probate Court of Franklin coun-
ty for a final discharge from the administration of
the estate of Joseph C. Burdsall.
ELLWOOD BURDSALL.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1,15845.

State Tax Collector's Sale.
P UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six
months after date I will expose' to sale at
public outcry, opposite the Court House door,
in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin,
the following Lots, lying and being Jn said City,
as the property of the following persons, for
Taxes due said State for the year 1845, as per
plan of City.
Luls. Bi 3/(,oc/, Owners. \ Taxes.
2 40 Campbell, 20
9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 60
18 H2 R. McKenzie, 30
7 and 12 B1 Wnm. Mathers or assigns 2 95
4 28 Dr. Meacham, 40
1 J H. N. Morris, 80
4 14 David Seldon, r53
6 and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60
2 22 Chittenden's Estate, 30
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
and ex-Officio State Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, Jan. 24,1846. 4-6m
EING about to close their present business,
the subscribers now offer for sale their large
and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, &c., at greatly reduced prices for
cash only-
COATS
Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coats;
Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do.
Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do.
Tweed cassimere sack and frock do.
Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do.
PANTS :
Blue and bl'k cloth Pants;
Super bl'k doe skin cass. Pants;
Plain stripe and fig'd do. do;
Sattinett and Tweed do. do;
Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do;
VESTS:
Plain black satin Vests;
Fig'd do. do. do;
Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests;
-ALSO-
White linen and muslin shirts;
Figured do. do. do.
Merino shirts and drawers;
Silk and cotton shirts and drawers;
Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats,
and Scarfs;
Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton Hose;
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and
Caps; also, a very large assortment of Boots
and Shoes, &c. MILLER & Co.


Prints Only-Spring, Styles, 1846.
LEE & BREWSTER, 44 Cedar-street, beg
leave to intbrm 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.
Wi- Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are
placed iu 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. G. SEMMES.
1l-3inr


March 18, 1846.


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


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


Fine LiquOrs.
O N CONRIGNMENT.--Just received a su-
perior lot of Liquors, consisting of Signett,
Cognac and Pale Cognac Brandy, Holland Gin,
Port Wine, ,Maderia and L. P. Maderia Wine,
Champagne Wine, &c. &c. for sale at importer's
prices, for cash only, by
March 28 F. KOPMAN.
Boots and Shoes.
BOYS' and Men's Russet Brogans,
-D_-Mrn's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans,
Gents fine Calf Brogans,
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes,
Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots,
Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots,
A large and extensive assortment, just received,
and for sale by I WM: G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


PAINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No I Whi~e
JLead; 200 galls Winter Lamp Oil; 300 g1,lls
Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass ; 500 Ibs Put-
ty ; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
received and for sale by
I March 1 t. F. ABELL.


George S. Hawkins, ) .... .-, F .;
A f, ,-,_ At tacnment, r ranklin
A, G. b S nm nes, / cu I t
VS.*Crcuit ICourt, Damages
John T. Smith. 41500D.
T HE defendant is hereby, notified of the insti
L tution of the above suit by attachment; re-
turnable to the Spring Term, 1846, of said Court,
at which time he is required to appear and plead.
A. G. SEMMES, Aty for pfins
Jan. 2, 1846. 1-tf


Per Brig "Ietainora.
JUST arrived a beautiful assortment of Gents.
Goods, suitable for the season, among which
may be found-
French Linen check and Sack Coats,
Do do do D'Orsav do,
Union Plaid Linen Hunting and Frock Coats,
Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pants,
Union Plaid "
Plain White "' "
Kremlin, fancy and striped Cottonade Pants,
White, Linen bosom, and fancy col'd Shirts,
Super striped Caulbrick '
Palnleaf, Leghorn, Panama, Florence and Cana-
da Straw Hats, I
Super Calf Boots, Brogans and low-quar. Shoes,
Buckskin, Cloth, Prunella and Goatskin Gaiters,.
Leather Pumps, Velvet and Mo Slippers, frd.
many other Goods-all cheap. V.;
March 28 ,F. KOPMAN.


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


IronB, 7'.Xif;ia, &e.
Oif [TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
20U 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils,
20 English and American Vises,
20 Bellows, (
12 dozen S.p *d .-- and Shovels,
10 Collin's Axes,
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards,
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws,
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WWM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


Dry Goods.
r HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
1' sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting arid Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at Wholesale or retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov. 29, 1845. 41 Water street.


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lOOf 1 -PCs Ko,,1 Ei-jtnc,.3
10 0 li-h)( ,ls R.p-):; 1?, pc? H-['danr.
\ bile; B'ILn] Twine, for sale by
W'M. !;. P,.-RTi.rv .** Co..
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IU',iLr sajic l,-,v i.-,r ('.,7,-'. by
\U';\J.'T. \,VOO- ,
Nov T"-_ 12 V.iti -r .trit.
GtS'ide-tv Seeds..
".-7T".RRAN I'ED lfre.-.i, jit ,o'. i.. d ",",d fo,"
V5 sl1 by J. C. .-LLEN,
J an. 21 ,,._.:i. t.
.B^lgEilng- avid Pope.
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A l-io, l1.1 b,)x,-s T"'ubtccn v.i.i,,.11- brvin,4. f.-,r-ale
by L0CKI.'RT YOUNG.
Feb "0, 9

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1 '.i.-.:. H .-I,, T 40 b \ i A rom atic T..b;i,:,,,
5")> "M.;,.I!4,1 d 1. Bro '% r-a.;i,,d Labby's,
2o '" S.,'m Cindles: 50 hxq brown Soap,
b'0 ha .Shot ; 71.1 1;k-e- P.,.vd_-r.
2 l' hi Lead; 1e,:li1 L; ,,n,-: O,[,
-,200 kegs \W'hite Lead, No. 1, F,:na and Pure.
For 3,leby W. G. POnTCR ,9.& Co.
Nov 29 41.Water street.

50 1L3:. N. 0.- Mi,,la-e,. i'6r sale by
0 Marcli 7 J. DAY & Co
Saddlery for Sale at Cost and
C hnir,es..
HTAVING: on hand an assortment of Saddles,
... .Bridles, &C. &C I will dispose of them as
above for cash.
On hand-a fine Buggy and Harness, which will
be sold for cash.
M.arch',2- ,P. HOBART.


Twenty DoBlars HewvartB.
FOR the apprehension of the boy HENRY,
who absented himself from this city, on Sat-
urday last, without leave. He is about 50 years
old, six feet high, bullet-headed, and bald on top
of his head, with an ancient cut over the left eye,
which, with an impediment in his speech, gives
him, when he attempts to speak, a curious ex-
pression, worthy the study of a Lavater. The
above reward will be given for his apprehension
,and delivery in this place, and all reasonable ex-
penses paid. JOHN JENKINS.
Apalachicola, Jan 17, 1816. 3-tf
11Malta Nankeen Cotton Seed for
Sale.
I HAVE a few hundred bushels of Yellow
Nankeen Cotton Seed for sale at two d6llars
per bushel. This Seed is the growth of seed
imported last year from the island of Malta, in
the Mediteranean sea, and were raised and ginned
on a-plantation -where no other Cotton' grew.
The Seed is therefore genuine. Samples of the
Cotton can be seen at the office of Messrs. McKay
& Hartshorne at Apalachicola, and which are of
a superior quality.
The Seed can be forwarded by steamboat to
Apalaehicola'or Columbus, or any intermediate
landing.
..- REUBEN C. SHORTER, Sr.
Eufaula, Ala., January 27, 1846. 5-8w


For Sale.
20 FIRKINS best Dairy Butterbetter known
20 as "'Latham's Butter." Apply to
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


Spring Goods.
TUST arrived per brig Metamora-
t Rich Fancy Prints-English and American,
New style and very superior Ginghams,
China Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses,
Ladies' Fancy Dresses, in pattern,
8-10 and 12-4 Musquito Lace Netting-double-
and single.
50 pcs plaid and white corded do do.
Ladies' fancy Sun Shades and Parasols,
Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,
Figured Muslins, Balzarines and other styles of
Goods, for Spring Dresses.
Ladies' Kid Walking Shoes, Buskins and Gaiters,
Do black and colored Kid Slippers and Tiesj
Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and Dunstable
Straw Bonnetts,
Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jackonet
4Muslins.
Besides many other articles which the subscriber,
intends to sell very low.
March 28 F. KOPMAN.


On Consignment.
T 1E -1,l i,-i h,_,- r has just received from the
,ii.,i,, w :t1nr,3-r and publishers a beautiful lot
of f',-r II r11.g% Foolscap and Letter Paper,
Da'.' .,,..-.:-. Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer
i-;.:,..k :, e-r,., which he offers very low.
Feb 7 F. KOPMAN.


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


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


Perfumery.
OLOG,'E, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex-
tr11- t-, Vi -.-. im, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal,
&c. Soaps, Preston' S.'tk, Otto of Roses, &c.
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN.


Paints/,Oils, and Glass.
GIBSON & CLAPP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine, Window
Glass,.&c.,
Will keep constantly on hand a good assort-i
meant of MIx)D PAINTS of All colors, for SteaMc
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together with
a variety of articles in the painting line, too
merous to mention.
House, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting, "k;.,
Glazing, done with neatness and despatch,),';
moderate prices, for cash. 'f. /
22 Water street, ApalachicoT':
Jan. 10, 1845.


Goods on Consignment.
A SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting o
-',-,f:-., Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco,
Gunpowder, Brandy, &c.,, is offered at New
York Invoice prices, by
jan31 5 NOURSE, STONE & CO.


G IBSON & CLAPP, 22 Water street, have
this day received per schr Helen, from,New
Orleans and offer for sale
200 galls Linseed Oil; 200 Ibs Putty;
100 Refined Sperm Oil;
50 boxes Glass assorted sizes;
20 doz boxes Fancy Toilet Soap;
1.50 lbs Tr,.nri,..rL Starch;
50 kegs N.). 1 White Lead;
10 Paris Green; 10 do Chrome do;
10 Chrome Yellow;
100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. feb28 9


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

BY R. E. RAIMOND.


For Sale.
O-A' BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20.
' 30 do Tin- do 1-3 ><,
, 50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20,
Braziers' and Sheething Copper,
Block Tin, Lead, Iron and Tin'd Bivets,
Bucket Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron,
Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and re-
tail, by
Nov I ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.


OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed,
Pickled and in the Shell.
WELSH RAREBITTS,
POACHED b:i;,'.S,
BIRD SUPPERS.
0- Private Supper Rooms.'
HOT LUNCH every day from 11 to 1.
Families and visitors supplied with Oysters by
the barrel or gallon. March 14
Lumin er.
JUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Lum-
ber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000
feet White Pine, assorted from I to 2 inch, which
will be sold'low for the cash, by
PETER HOBART.
No Lumber will be delivered from the yard,
after this date unless paid for-, or a written order
from a responsible person. March 28


Iron, Nails, &c.,
HE subscribers have on hand and. for sale
I wholesale and retail, low for Cash-
20 tons assorted' Iron ; 50 kegs assorted Nails,
50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut, "
Sheet and Boiler Iron,
Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
Sugar and Coldren Kettles,
Cook and Parlor Stoves, Sadirons,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hardware,
Britannia and Jappand Wares, Brass Andirons,.
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongc <-
Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, "lmp Boxes,
Marlin Spun Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Cordage,i-
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tarf, Rosin,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,
Paints and Brushes, Rigging and PumpLeathery
Matts, Pumps and Buckets,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
March i4 ROBERTS, ALLEN &,.CO.


A Card. <
WTISHING to close our business in this place,
we are prepared to sell our extensive stock
of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at
unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance
M.-r.;la iii j,,,1d others visiting this city, will find
it to their interest to examine our stock before
making their purchases. .>
J. STEVENSON & CO.
Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1846 jan17 3-tf


Plavouring Waters.
N assortment just received, and for sale by
Nov 29 J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist.


On Consignment.
0i CASKS superior Rice, now landing from
20 brig Tybee, and for sale by
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


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


Pork & Beef.
1- 40 BBLS. Mess and Prime Pork;- 30 bbls.
U Ai.-.;- :,nd Prime Beef, for sale by
Marc 7 J. DAY & Co.


I Removal.
MILLER & CO. have removed their stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing, &c., from the corner
of Water and Chestnut streets to the store on
Water street, formerly occupied by S. B. Hamil-
ton, where they will constantly keep on hand a
large assortment of READY MADE CLOTH-
ING, HATS, CAPS, BOOT-.;, SHOES, &c. &c.
Oct, %15' 5. 43-tf



Bagging and Rope.
A50 KPCS. very heavy Louisville, Man &
450 Co. Bagging; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March 7 J. DAY & Co.
BAGGING----i roll-, for sale bv
march I D. E. WOODD CO.


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


CEDAR wanted by
maic h 14


D. B. WOOD & CO.




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:|imi, ADVERTISER, 3itiitcrnj Jftzttor. 33rofC83ibnal Notices.WM. arrived. Sarah Henwick and Susan Jones covered how richly stored was her mind,

1 Vi'-rru r.vcnv SATCKPAY BYBO"ffO __ were both tiere! : and as each was a showy and how pure were all her sentiments.
}:. S.FACTOR Hawley THE EMPTY CRADLE. girl, they had the gratification and
WTMAS. 1. SYDNEY GREEN M. D.jCj ). to attract Day after day he was seen at the littlt
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AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, EY :'s HAN.VAU T. GOVI.3. retain a considerable part of the notice of Mr. white cottage of JMrs. Warwick, and ooc
r.-ilt/'drs BLIIIJ ln-, corner cf Cor. Water and Chestnut streets, ( May f>3 find at his residence, corner cf She sits: by 'he cradle with sadness and sihin Benson and his friend, for the expected guest or twice, in the moonlight evenings, he and
;torv : .and
the Mansion
-. "..' ri: iir'r.'T'-1',:: :: an< ckL'Mnut irctTs. April f 4, Apalachicola, Fa. Centre House. High streets, opposite bOV 9. And woie hor.s ih-j anal! shoe tiut her fair iLt'an:- 1 had brought cm old college friend down Margaret were noticed walking under th*

ri : scC. IS. Austit ; with him. Mr. Benson was universally of elms that the
TIUMS.rnv Her black ribboned bonnet beside her is lying-, pro- avenue skirted pretty
> Viirec Dollars] per annum COMMISSION MER CHANTS, Biv A. W. Chapman, For she had been out where the light breeze was, l flounced one of the most elegant and affable cli mm rch-ya rd.

M7"' ,Vc. rlf payment is delayed Water Street, c-: Oifice! over the Drug Store of R S. Hawley, sweeping of men, for he danced with most of the Rejoice with tne," said Mr. Churchill
:. : entrance en Chestnut street.) Residence at the The c'rou.i f from the flowers! which the night had leading belles, and indeed seemed bent
(l t, { i ih* s'weriplioa year, i IVK ioz.- __[__Apalachicola! Fa. ( bvn on at length, breaking into his fiiend's room
weeping
hou=e litelv occupied by Dr. Balt/.ell. making a good impression. His fuicnicl Btlr.
::: Around iresa where her ,- one day, with almost boisterous hilarity, n
ii; loved
*: I. 1). UUGBKE. HAUGROVE i grave, one waa
than! rix HOWARD 10. IS id.; 2 tfJ.
*:? --rpfl1: &** (tir terra January sleeping Churchill, vas more reserved, but lie had i mood of mind he was rarely seen in. "I

I :. jd wit! iiivari&ly WU| be ,.: N' r COMMISSION AND FORWARDING i man of superior mind.( Neither Miss Benson
ATTORNEY
at the Oi'ucn of the AT LAW, 'Twas there she forth acknowledged that she reciprocates m/
sped when the raorn
'trir9'" MERCHANTS practice in the District Courts of the yet nor Margaret Warwick were present, love, and she is the best and loveliest other
_.lKVTs. One s juar<>, (tiw'.ve lines No. 7, Columbus Block, WILL States, and the State Courts of the With lose tints and saffron the mild orient ,T rAnd ; for the former was indisposed, and the latter sex !

,*i*'*"*i "l!" i. ,' ')':; inserted at the following Nov. 1, IS-! Apalarhicola.'Fa.WHOLESALE Middle, arid of Franklin county in the Western il:.-v.. vs she Lowed, \\hils the hot le raTothowcr had not been invited : so that the two friends "Always excepting my sweet cousin, tho

;uzp' chI11 eL'. j I h.ul: the field to themselves, and as they were future Mrs Harry Benson," said his friend
AND IM: TAIL GROCER c-hly: ntsf 'irh in the roomtheir with
1 "T. : quiet dinife. calmly knocking the
.7 <,H i Three wrks.2 ODx'li" ) 10, l M. 2 3m eye.She
;"". ;. 3 'Two vwi, .1 SO cz; Purticul.tr attention paid to jvjtting up family, witispcred-she called-hut her child did not triumph was complete. Mr. Benson attended ashes from his cig.ir.
*" ''fl ) steamboat and sh! i ttores.J7o. fl.ATTORNEY. E. O\v nis hear her Sarah HcmvicU home wh Jc his
., .4 4J4 iasi 1ion... .. 1 00 ; Churchill smiled! too, for he saw his fricod
; *' In -1'J Water street, Her lip* to itsb.-d: die brought Jnnd friend offered his
nearer nearer Susan Jones.
AT LAW : arm to
i.-Ti'in'" hll: % 11th": nnnil) Tofin =e, oh she felt it wore deurer
I ;,J;; ,ibi hy Uw. we subject to exception Ncwiov, Dale County, Ala. Her darling to ch.-p but a niorueM and die I For several! days the vanity of the two best friend, they say, i is inclined to on such
'the ri1t. Joe! W.RECEIVING January; 10, ISiG. 2-tf girls suffered no check. Mr. Benson had occasions.
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!1 *C Jwrti bv tiie year a liberal . -I.' """ 1 Sa matht..S but all aJvertisenvnts not COM.M 1SSTOX MERCHANT, REMOVAL. Her babe had been wont hr gl.id soul to ilunie! ; giddy and vain, heady began to build d'iydrcc "We will draw between
to their mva business asmual No. -12 Water stn-et, V r. G. 31. Davis, And now her wora heait-oirisigs were bieccinj: no comparisons
.IHIMI and what she would do
i when
'L ms
pl.in;
Ie20 and breakinjr our future wives. But I if I
in bythein, Ap.-.lacliicob, Fa. can say, was
1'.z.tI aVe1jse1LCt1S1t _ _ ATTORNEY
.L AT LAW, the wife of Clara Benson's rich
v s The glo-y of f morn wrapt her spirit in gloom ; cousin. not about to marry Miss Warwick, I should
tih rates.;
t \>. ," i '"-' ;it : J. :SI. & J. 31. 22 tr!!, (Xr Oifice in Floyd's new Building, opposite And death and the grave &ened: their suppic.nts! Susan, Jones was not willing that her friend envy Harry Benson his bride.'*
.--tf'-J t'Xi'her odii
I .. the
.ilr -
t ': T .r ,,1Vn! FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, the Mansion House. D< c U), 1SJ5.A. -puriing: should be ahead of her, so she also converted "And I the of loveable
insure can same sweer,
inii r.\u u> -
i '.|r-, I .I: i |-ii r When lific'-viii despair, to her chamber returning say
No. -IS Vatr street, &. fe't2ss?:: ;, All drooling and bra, and with' fond bosom :year- the occasional visits of Mr. Churchill Margaret, who is an angel, if such

I Nov. 1, 1S15. APAI-ACHICOH, FA.David ATTORNEY LAW.CC5 nhI) :, into .something serious, and began to look! things be" on this earth Most heartily da

1aTinr3tj G.;: Rune" OfficeVJ'. 9. Ctij-t. SiiMiWii's l&Iding, She) tought! from the cradle what lay in the tcnib v.ith fcoin on some of her former friends, I congratulate you on the possession of such

ror. Cetitic &- Commerce sheets.nov5 Uu: drer-r isjtsyr-id\ -ond itscoM.nesshowcIrllin! : for I leport said that he was even more a treasure, and I know Clara will weep for

:j r* .1- Li nii.: l:1r:41a':: V'. ROIJLTS. COMMISSION AND te DEALER FOR WAR IX 1 LING GOODS MERCHANT, : Apahchicoh, Fh.ATTORNEY XVit'i M fi infant bieathmg it soothes not her rr; wealthy than his friend, and a lawyer of joy when she hears of jour success, forMargaret's
w 'Tisief"s; bitter efwnce all roniid it di.-tillin? ; hinh reputation, though yet comparatively shrinking delicacy has led her
; nn. UCSPFfc. Co., No. 43 Wjter stre't.Inv a. II T cherul i-? ?one-aH: dejtli'a lonelinesh're F .
I I avoid and Clara
<* J '! .11 1 *hCC1iANTS, l' Ap.1c:1iii.; l'a.fluU AT LAW Oil -ivt-en. keen the anguish the now childlecstnothtr young.The always to \ourjiame, no
first check of the
to two
%".tttr feir i.? V ala<*rijc l3. Fa. ( Biinbiidgx, (Docatur Co.) Ga. Il-ties;; in her b. b 's empty crj'lle to smother ; was on an occasion; of a [party given by the venture to say'what her friend's sentiments

: ($! % AN)) 1flT.1L PtLtj TV, (t JVrill attend puncluplly llie Superior CorL? And known to her soul and us God. but none Shuhrichs, when neither of them was invited respecting you were. But now I must go

Oavenyari.ijx SHOES, DiiY (iOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c. of ihe counties! of! Early, Baker and Decatnre of uiiur. ; but Sarah Henwick was partially appeased to acquaint dear Clara with the news."
.. ... ; AND COM: 1SS1 ON Cheap fur? Cash, the .SJU1II Wetein, and of the comity: cf Tirana: The uT.qbt! cf !IT wo and the price cf !i"r te r.Fiom when Mr. Benson, calling in the When Mr. Benson came back to dinner

ilKRCHXT __oct J Client wit-Stivct,_Apalachicola, Fla.. of th" Southern Ciicnil.ATTORNEY. may3 next d.iy for a few micutes, expressed his he said,

u J. C. *),....k2 } Ml.LI8, ;. :tI egret at not having met her. He had 1 met Miss Jones on the pavejusi now,

..I : c i, Wh'f! ;ie! nniJftail! I Dealer :a AT LAW scarcely gone, however, when Susan Jones and she looked as sultry as a thundercloud.
L.' nl .\dvt''s r.udw on / oaignm.its DRUGS, M-DIM\hs.! I : J'AINTS i OILS, ALUANV, GA. [ the Sat'jnJiy Evening: Po.-t] mulo: her appearance) boiling with indignation That girl will bring an action of breach of
.. :' :1t1 N you yet.
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i:;. '. Ai !, BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., ic. Stewait counties wonder at Clam Benson for cssoci-; night J" she said, scam cely waiting to take four times, and then only because you in-
'.V ; >!. '"M.v: U'-'VMI., cor. of Centre Coinio rr-t- ftreet*, Au?. 5, 19-15. :31-tf hUg with tlint 31ararctVarwicl;," sr.i-J I i j breath and speaking rapidly and almost incoherently insisted 1 should, lest the people here

'VIS IV (1 i 'sMOit'JXSX.: piNTS _nov.l A.I tl.ichic'ol.i! Fla.MANUFACTURER Miss Sarah Ilcnv.'icl;, with :a haughty toss while her friend was hospitably might call us proud. She is a showy but
) L,;, ;i.\4 ,Sr' &r. P. AlVttaCCS.rii (If.t the I'hem! : busied in untying her bonnet strings. of
12 :, i, empty girl, and full the most rankling
.4. ._ \ j -,.'r il l a< > iln: nt of ttCt V. I AM) DEALER IN HE Subscribers coi.tiune to inak advene. nnJL 1 woii.ler at it too. She's nobody!" Sarah Ilenwick mentioned a dozen persons "
i of t'.u-i.uit ijid V.'f-r Collon consigned to their fiiends: at LierHavre said Snsm Jones. envy.
# i \ CABINET FURNITURE.c 1)0(31, Ne-.v York and Br triri, b\ name. You have sketched her character ex- '
_-t. --- c. No. 41 1 Water tr't-Up stair", D. B. WOOD & Cc). "While ($lara Bcns-on is a lady ; her father "On ? to be sure-nil those of course," But do you know she calls Margaret -

II. S>. I>ur js, flftvl ti Ami! .Cll I cnL.FIa. Dec 5 2'J' Wati-r Direct.A was a lawyer, and her grand-father vent interrupted her friend testily, but who a nobody."

Nd''. ciumt'js: fl21iI.Jmr !4)citta'f rotlh ;, .-_ to Uonyres ; and she is quite rich ; the sliopkcepcis eke 1"I Churchill smiled Because she :s poor,

I 2 Atl"1ti441a. Fa. COMMISSION and F O 11 W A R D I N CMERCHANTS vanccs Cah LIBERAL Advances made o-i: consign and you can see how splendidly! she dresses." Yes Margaret Warwick !1" Warwick before he failed
N ,<. (U. i ii. ?* II.V.. IJiooks.V'jnrsts Cotton cr other piodiu-e! to New was anything
\ jon< No. 33 Water Direct, Orloans. J. -' Yes ,but rather odd-entirely! too plain) That nobody !I" exclaimed Sarah Hen- but a nobody."
DAY Co.
.Sln3c V Co., novSO ApaL'Hiicola, Fla. DccO f> > W.iur K st. for her standing! in life. Indeed, .\i iss IJefi- \\ick. dropping the bonnet with surprise. And Miss HenwSck, with whom I flirted

.t.N; : i :4ccaAN'rs. I fzi. W.Jj': ;V.1. V. CgzvL: _4 ., son is an odd person every way ; and though los and Mr. Churchill, they say, for a while out of sheer mischief, because

0. 1 %Vtecv .rf.-U Sias ;: Chfte.tr, _,. ..1T1'1IE all yo'i say of Ier, f.imily is t true, still she "Hno danced with her nearly the whole evening," I saw she was vain and pretending, vows
..hLi ieht'*< lat ha.f.ft& undersigned \vjll make liberal advances helter than other folks and need not take: said Susan Jones, ready to cry with mortified ltahf starved and I
COMMISSION I MERCII.NTS J j. on Cotton consigned to his niends in New you are a petlifoggpr. a
(g- C.lkc, No. 0 Colusnb'H Unildiiig>!, York, Boston and IJJQ\ on I herself airs. vanity and vexation. presuming, siuck-up fop-ha ha !"
; dec-1 A idcr.cc.WM. "Now I do re.iUy! think," svjoined Sarah Mr. Benson was just here," her friend "
'.' M l I < Y M Ei1.NT! ;>jactiiP'>l \ : '. iVatiT Nov 2) 4-2 Watt-r stref Hpuwsck, that siw visits iJargirecVm- could not help remaiking with ill concealed smile, that Miss Henwick. with her narrow

.. :. .. fla. A; Ilorsio, wick only to vex us. But some foll.s! will exultation, and he said how sorry he was mind and purse-proud importance, u ,
COMMISSION MKRCIIA NTS, see wheic they will end-even if they to! not to have seen me there last night. I the real nobody!"'
...; 'v. i. J. No. 13, St. Ch:irles Street, rri n s'llisrribcr-1 conntinue.) p* he|>eio'V>7v, toI hold t their I i heads .so high." merely replied that I and the Shubricks did

.5. ty Cu.. 2\e\\-Oilcans.ASPCEW inj'.co liberal ; 4vanrcen Crttuu consigned Sar.di; lI Miwick and tier companions: : were not visit." A FAMILY SCESE.-Wife-My dear, 1'
to the address cf their hiends in Liv-T: nol. New
: izI4x! 1 JIKJtCIf ANTS, S. Cooxr. AMOS HOU.N. York or IWon. C. ROGERS & To. cia u 1tters of \t-ry re pi-ctable people, 5u t liel''Y Oh you needn't think to rejoice over really think it time we had a new carpet

A 0.52 V.aVTfctrc't. feb <;. Oct. 23 47 Water birect.TflXCHANGE village ol 31ancliester-but as their me," said Miss Jones to herself: then looking for our parlor, that old red and green affair

.. i Apa1diic:1 }'4i. .3as. 4.i. varrior, !patents did not belong to t'ither the wcalrh- UP with flashing eves, she addressed her begins to look indifferent.

,. -,. !tOT 11 :'h.tii ( ti. GENERAL !fl IECI-iVINTi.: ( FOIHVARDING ?.- on New Vror!:. tor by jest or tne most rennet] society, and as boUtgitis friend as follows : I-Iusband-rather( coldly! )-Its comfort

: : F. IYUI( <:%: >." and ih'J iiurtlorcf COMMISSION] MERCHANT, Jll S. DAVENPORT, hud a sufficiency of v; nity and envy But that isn't all. They say Mr. Benson able enough, I'm sure-suits well the furniture
j. ,, t ,.. ) Tli.!: Cnnuo:5 No. D Columbus Block, A piil 11. .rQ; WattrMjb.5rib.Ts '1ret.rJIIIE -1 their lives were made unh.tpp} by their was even more devoted to his cousin, and by no me.sns offends my taste.

J.4. E. )i: '. ":!: Aji iS'ichico! i, FKi.T. df.:he to be received into what was called.j !. and that they are engaged for sure, and Wife-(Affecting a pleasant and soothing

;' ; : AND CJUM; .vii.SSIOXM ; J. S VOM). iI. M. 1UT; as Aqents: for the Din'* <.f.fi f >*:r ixccllciicCi the aristocratic chde. Toic h.ive been for a year. And old Mrs. Beauport tone.) Why that may be all true enough,

: i KUCHA: : XT2 ;:flEfoI' & 1tLlE, ISnnsvvhcaie! prepaid) to purchase bilk onNev acquainted I with t 31 I rs. JJeaupoit, the Alinisjii's is said to have remarked that he only my dear ; but appearances must be kept up.

\ Cunju COMMISSION; MERCHANTS.No. : ? Yurie, JJu-lon, Providf-rice, Philadelphia or iieh mother, or in have i the (laughtersof came here to see us village girls-did you Husband-That is, we must spend twica

:' : ;._ __ ___ :'M Watei Street, dullest, ai.d, cluck on New York in sums to Ex-Governor( Shubiick on their visiting j ever hear such impudence?-when Clarab.mislied as much as is necessary to appear grand
Jrcl4 '
AnaUchicola! ha-crs.
Fla.Avcsy
) ILRz, suit NovX pw > WM. G. PORTER & Co. list, formed the height of their ambition.Uf him, as she does every morning, and elegant in the eyes of those who do not
., this small and select circle into whose for there know she works for the for
; :: i :.iELCisNT A () ;, I you ; poor. care a fiz us.
; ki'. GROCSR-Sic: COIMLSSIiXMKRC1IANTS, T UMBEU INSPECTOR.-The undursi.rd I'osom the two young l.idics fit.itle&sly as- At these words, delivered in a lone of Wife-No, I don't mean that at all, and

/ir II,.' No. \V.&tcrstr'rt.. jJ having been appointed) Inspector <'f L'JUib-r piicd I to be I inttoduced, (J -ira Benson was triumph, Sarah Ilenwick turned pale with you know I dout. But you know as well as
': T\: \. I.VX1TTI.VNVE CoMPANY, Jrc) 13 AinIachicoJa, Fa. for FranUhii County, offers his s-rvices list- the chief ornament. She was unaffectedlypolite ( anger. The two friends well understoodeach I do, that if we do not let people see that

til' / j. O/9 /\"ifl 1" ',t-r.r. A. .rr ";\V41errs-et, duties apjji-itahiiii tosaid appointment.; lie may Her 1 well I the rmkled in their bosoms united how and look well
-, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, be found at 22: Water street. being haughty. position, as I as ; they thing, as as our neighbors,
A'k1whicnIa; F'. 0u-e! No.1 Columbus Usiildii: March 'Jb' JAMES GIL'SON. love with which all claries generally; regarded ever, in their envy of Cl.ira and their hatred i- they will not respect us.

i: ilv.t.1 .:Tctinc Nov. 1 llsJ5. Apjhichicoli, Fi.Win. I her, enabled! her to bilng deceiving merit.io cf PIarZaretVarwick.. On this latter: Husband-That (snapping his fingers

1.. : ; -r"rjiAvr; ; A\TI; HEALCIV II. Kunbroush, 11. I). :Kimbrough.i 7 i IJM rillR I NSPKCTOR.-Th uadoj-si-ncd; lis'it, when: the ; ossesit- b) poverty or per .n, therefore, their t full fury fell. energetically,) for the respect of such people.
.: i i ; )j :$ AZ1J C1RlES, .l_J having biM-.i .ippoinfod Inspects Lumber otherwise were prevented tVon) becoming "And I: suppose that Maigaret Warwickhiuks What is it other people's businesss
;. Co. for I the- of Franklin
oiler his
: .. '.' Ol.rnbns: Hlrwk, ) County services to known. Thus she had I imbibed, she is Mr. Churchill whether I have a richly furnished parlor or
N" a going to
C 0 M: M 1S S I 0 & F O K W A 11D IN GME t the public in that capacity, and will attend to all strong get
:: A1)Jiachienla, Fa.V : IIC HANTS. duties appertaining lovjjd appointment.CORNELIUSGRADY.. friendship m (for Margaret Wuwick; who, with he vain, upstart minx I" said Sarah Hen- not. They certainly have co right to expect

: -; Office, No. 20 Water street Upstair*, her widowed mother lived in a cottage at wick, after a pause, lUring which she me to lay out trice as much in deco-
:' ; :i. Porter & O>. Ap.dachicola; Fin.f March 2-2, IS 13. I the end of t the village I on :a i small I I pension, smotheied her lage for the present, being rating a room to receive them in when they
:;: ; ; ; ';i, COMMISSION :z: Liberal advances on cotton corir'i ncd Jo of which nothing was known except that tOO pioud to betray her feelings at what choose to honor me with their company, as
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NC). W1&r Strc't. their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or TAX COLLECTOR'S: .SALE.WILL lawyer; Johnson paid( it t to her every quarter, she had heard of Miss Benson. I don'tknow would keep my family in comfortable clothing -

i .4 .v .1tbieoI 1,1 r1.l.Tai. Havre.:: __ Nov. 1 ]S1.>. bo sold on the second .Momi.iy in Scp- and Mfused to answer :any questions respecting what we ate coming to ; and she no for a year, and go far towards paying a

- : ; i'i't'son, % ) next, (llth) at the Court-house the son ice whence it came. licttcr than a beggar, and as simple looking rent in the bargain.

T. \VooZ, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING dosr, ::t Iloaclv's JJlufi', in Washington; county, That one whose poverty was exhibited in .is a fool." \Vife-Nonsense This is another specimen -

MtCflANT, MERCHANT within the usual horns of sale, the following pro- her well-wornthough[ scrupulous neat dress, "I'm sure I: don't care for Mr. Churchill of your outlandish notions. If you

Xo. 42 Water street, APAI.\CIIICOLA, Fa.Ofllcc.No. peTty, to wit : should he preferred before themselves, who ," said Susun Jones, tossing her head. were to have your own way, you would

: 23. Ap.ihchkHil.1; FJ. 45, corner Water awl! Chestnut >lrceN, Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lying wore silks and sent to town for their bonnets, As for his being.so rich, I don't believe a have no handsomely furnished parlor in the
:.;CKT; Dome.; up stairs.-Entrance on Chestnut sheet. in Ilolrnt-'s Valley, levied on as the piopeity of galled Sarah, Ilenwick and Susan Jones to word of it. He is only some halfstarvedlawyer house, unless yon could sit in it yourself
CiiAnLKs PJIATT.X Oct.-2"( ), IS 15. Cm the for the for the 13. -
IS
> taxes
olsc & Pratt, AMcu & Co. year I in I :abusing poor Margaiet or sneering, where with money." Husband-May be I wouldn't.VifeNo .
I9L'VLS
hundred arid
:-'I'lXO: Al-o, one : sixty acres of land, lying -
i COMMISSION) .MERCHANTS, they dared against Miss Benson. "Then he'll scarcely MargaretWarwick \ I know you wouldn't.
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MANUFACTURERS I IN TIN, I RON,COPPER, : on Ilickroy Hill, levied on a< the property nUlackstonc many
No. 40 Water Street, BRASS, &.c. and lo be sold for the taxesfor M.trgarct was not beautiful, but her face ," said Sarah Henwick pointedly. Husband-llct me see-there's a side

I- _J-* Apalachicola, Fa. ALSO, PKALr.USHardxvare IN the year isi ID.; / was the index of a kind and pure bosom ; so "Oh no, he's only flirting with her. board which is never used, lumbering up

... Stove[ *, Iri taim a and .Tapanod Wares, A No, forty acres of) land, lying in Holmes I that every one, not prejudiced against her, She'll repent her folly yet, but when it's too our back parlor which cost me one hundred
J M Ml.uiy fc Hirisiionic, Iron, Steel, Nail", Spikes, Grate Bars, Vallev, levied. on as the property of John G. Russ, found a chaim in her sweet and gentle looks. late. Yet what better could be expected of dollars. This sum would have carpeted
Ss I o N M CR C II ANTS, Stir; Kettles and Mills, and other and to be sold for the taxes for the year IS 15. The notice of Miss Benson, which would her, for folks do say strange things of her our chambers, replenished our beds, -

.1.T ** Xo.. -10 Water street, Casting; Ship] Chandlery-c. Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek, have spoiled most girls as young as herself, mother; and I'm sure it is not usual, and' and purchased a new hair mattrass for a
Apalachicola, FloridH. -.. AI AI.ACJIICOLFa levied on as the of A. S. Bryant and to '
> properly
Oct. 25, IS 15. And there is Jane's Piano
did not disturb her equanimity. She was don't look well, for her to he receiving a summer luxury.
be old fi-r the 1813.
Wood iV Co., WILLIAM DICICLV. J- W. HAMMOND. Also, one hundred year and sixty acres of land, lyintr still the same loving and unselfish creature pension as she does, nobody knows fromwhom. which drained me of 450 dollars more, '
% ::1L COMMISSION as before. ." and is no use to any body in the house or
MERCHANTS, & JIir.iniocacl in Holmes" Valley, levied on as the piopeifyof '
i N0. Wat. rnrept. Dickey Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for "Did you hear that Clara: Denson's cousin And thus did these malignant girls revenge out of it. The sofa. too. which none but '
: i13.' ApaUclricola Fla.rr SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS are allowed to enjoy, was 85 dollars !
the year 1S45. was coming here to-morrow ?1' said Sarah their mortified vanity by endeavoringto strangers
:Walcr-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa. JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff; Henwick to her confidant, a few days after( sully the lair fame of their innocent rival more, and now you want a new carpet -

} '".' October IS, IS 15 4'2tf5E. and rx-ollicio State Tax Collector. the preceding conveisation. "There is to and her excellent parent. Had either Sarah for the use of those who would be more -

'p'0'CU.MM/ FORWARDING, AND K. Taylor, March 25, IS 10. 13-Cm: be a great' party at Marshall's ; and all the Henwick or her friend known the extent ready to say evil than a kind word of you.If .
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\o. 37 Water street ANT, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING : tvina Segai's. ;gills arc going to set their caps for him." of the admiration with which Margaret had it wasn't for these parlors, and ornaments .

._::.i1 ',1S13. Apalachicola, Fla. MERCHANT KfAAA BEST Havana Separs, for sale "Oh yes, I was just coming to tell you inspired Mr. Churchill, they would havebeen and superfluities I might get along in tba '

-- No. 22 Water-street, OUUvJU WOOD & Co, all about it. i I: have seen the list of those ready to have bitten their tongues off world without all the embarzassments and -

Myers ct litclicl, j-cpl2 ly Apalachicola. April 4 S2 Water st. to be invited-quite select, I assure you. with vexation. perplexities that now dog my outgoings and

[ SSION MERCHANTS Per OciaVia, from New Orleans. What do you intend to wear?" Attired in a Dimple white dress, with a incomings. The one or two thousand dollars -

No. SO Water-strcet, Henry 1odcs, DECEIVED as above a choice selection of "They say Mr. Benson is very hand single white rose in her luxuriant dark hair, which I have already paid out-in finery .
15. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION *' looked lovelier and furniture for unoccupied rooms, .
Warwick showy
Apalachicola, Fa.WM. -LL Family Groceries and Provisions ; also, a some. Margaret never
MERCHANT, frc-h supply of Spring and Summer Clothing, And rich!" rejoined Miss Jones. "lie than at the party at Governor Shubrick's, if I now had it, would make my business ,

ALvA WYLIE, A. MCKENZIE. -_ Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa. made up in the latest style, for sale by admires dark eyes they say," she continued 1 with whose family her excellent breedingand easy and enable me to add six or seven

Wylic tv McKenzie, H. R. Woop. P. W. CULX.G.V. GIBSON & CLAPP, glancing towards the glass.A unassuming virtues made her an especial hundred year to my income.
LOMMISSION MERCHANTS Wood & Co. March 21 22 Water street.J3ILLS half concealed sneer rose to her friend's favorite. The old Governor himself [Just at this interesting moment a servant -
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S No. -12 Water street, of the Commercial Bank of Macon re- lips as she saw this little bit of vanity, and had( introduced rlr, Churchill to her, calling is summoned to the street door.] .'

__. !:. .:1sI5. Apalachicola, Fa. AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS at par for Goods at the lowest cash Miss Ilenwick flattered herself in.thinking her the flower of their village, which, \Vjfe-Bless me there comes some one, '

No. 32 Water street, prices, by how much prettier than Miss Jones common summoning a roseate blush to her cheek, and this room is all topsy turvy. Here, ..-:

tLCTIONEFft Michael A. Plycrs, Nov. 1, IS 15. Apalachicola, Fa. March21 B. ELLISON & Co. report said she herself was. made her look more enchanting than ever hand me the brush, this hearth is covered '

AND COMMISSION Iojc& For several days nothing was talked! of The young lawyer was delighted with her 'With coals and ashes. There, Sally, smooth
MERCHANT, Liberal advances made on consignments. the ladies beautitul embarrassment, but more delightedwhen down the rug.I do wish yon would let me
the .
.,, No. 38 Watr str vt, The strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors. 1-\ICOII1S, for sale by. among young: except party at
0'. 1315. :?tJu march14 f : DJ3WPOD & co.I Marshiahl's At last the exiiedted evcniug after herreserve-wore. off, he dis- kcepaflrecvery evening the parkr-it .
A-riaCIUCoIjIa.. Siles at Store every Saturday. : ,., ; ,_..I._ ... .. '-:, .-' : .. :' __i.J.. --'- -j- :.; ... -" ti ., .
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**"*>* inurtifin tube3iU i ia thisvayby of London.which%promjiscs'to productive ble'to it, engaged not to'do anythingio com' 2000 soldiers and 500 raucheros. The ftx jratl-jr u sain In
CO pay latgcr
visitor. of tnomenluu.rcsulis. that for 1EV1AJIi1ll1TEII'i'IIffl -
d 'Ifappears mil the : Free Church , ica citizens of the llio Jnmde
said smaller!
tc [Servant returns'fro'm the .'dor, and( some ihn o pa&r'a >eelmg. hasCbeeivgrovingup f\ur hundred.jninislers,aml elders attended], are lo j a aum in a new mcde. Well

bands. in a shawl'..' ihut; had been fiorvedby among the morejenhghtenedand, liberal! the great irjajority' of whom, our informant, ,. LP ALACHICOLI SATURDAY, APRIL 25,164 be quite disaffected! towards: their own Gov- of common sense, let the '* -*

'a. younglady an evening or t\W"bpfore.y] of th EngltSh Jews hat very great reform states, eprest d themselves strongly' against c- 5. ThsTollowjng 'gentlemen are"authorized. ern eitAMhdsectIy friendly to the Amori-" for the use of the city-any ext, um re

Husband.-(In a sion and with ought be made in the of the 'tin posed taxation
4 ; p: great to rittial } >ynaVgo Alliance -However we'may lejjret this, Agents icr'the CoAntEiiCTAL AD E'tT1sFranJ will ca n cauy and even gratuity
,
;.warmth.) St you liav 'sei .ill th' evening -ie, and that they are not' bound to it m mtHteniSrvly'jdis$5patc tic! alarm which The It I is rnrre pr' bable, however *
receive and for 8ubcr1pttons advertisements Picayune7conlans: the Proclamation
receipt / tbt
or
3ylth thia in disorder ami tho ,coals 'I the: interpretations given the 4 "
every ; abideby ) by I same> persons entertained as to the Alliance L -S pendent| b an spent for
J "anI ashes strewn clear out ;toVie fonder ; rabbis, but are ,at liberty/-1" P 'fJ16".0 ) belnju Free Church niovemetit. :- of President Parcclcs, issued on ihe 2lsl! one of the *

: ; and this Hvas all'good enough i for me. -But construction on difficuTt passage'sAvs".a.necessary C:: .*:-. '": : -: \Licer pool Conner. Xe-.v York'. i 33 William,Street' lilt., stating ilie, auses 'why he .refused to who Comparer increased else one tf(the two i W"!
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t < taxes
Zy pay
iiosoo'uer isa knock heard linn every thing consequence tltey "repudiate theauihoiity [Frcni*the C, ri! Repciter, March 10.] : :D.u1nBivifs.1.{: New Orlrnn?." : -. : rect'ivVihe American Minister, and protesiing on real est:4e.:

: nust lie Pul In P'acc' ants' the hearth made, ; of Talmud, and ,resolve toac.4 WM. "W. CUEEVER, Ksq., Albany, G. if : cannot be cither of the Companies,
*s. .. AMERICAN: : SPIRIT.-A small Mistake.( in the strongest terms against the i '
decent for the comfwrt of meic'strangers; .' knowledge, no other standard of truth than I' JAJIES II. \IT1sINL54.: Fort Gaihes, Ga.,' *" i course' |cern plainir:2r cf the Aldermen j f.'e

.., OP11 sell the piano' si-leboard! sofa, and alltrconfound the law and the Prophets. Time result has, that will we belli announced the recollection on Saturday"of bur the readers arrival :_ jMiiFor JACK U-AUDMAN, Eofaula, Ala. pursued by the U. S. Government in i annex-- j wajs had: such a good understanding ,, S

me if I dotn. I'll let you see been n thaI great division" has occurred. -t : io.Covtvof a United ,Stales pifot'schnoncr, IIit.: CABELL.-We. have had pleasure in I in g-Texas ; declaring ,thal"the Republic of'[other, that it makes us almost treabfe'e/H

'.ivhether i I: am to be humbuggp! in this' way MEXICO AM) THS UNITED: S'r.vris.-A': S4*tons, direct from New York, having onboard the perusal of the letter ofa Whig,"wri-: Mexico] "does not acknowledge the right oFthi f| nk of a ireach between us. Just to shew"1

., any longer I'll hive nothing about this year has passed since time revolution in Mexico th jwcrid
American flae the soil of Texas and how
tie
fr a ent1ernaum-SUpOSed. to the bcar- tili 'lron on i friendly we have been
: g Washington City lo the Editor let J
house
thai I overthrew
cannot enjoy myself) and if a m ruinous dictatorship, and c,
;
erof official despatches-who at once proceeded she will defend her invaded territory and !you, Mr. Editor, that we nave *f
strangers expert to be treated better here nothing has been done to place the institutions of the Tallahassee Sentinel, in relation! to injpC3ej
London. On her arrival in Cove
than: I am they will find Time to M never-never permit new conquests or new |j one per eta!! uporUhe business of every mtrcJ
themselves confoundedly ou <\ respectable footing. has Harbor with the American ilai r. CAEELL and the late Florida Contested I
at
: in tha
ilyinjj
and
mistaken been consumed in useless discussions indecision advances of the Government of J. Stales."S city, have furthermore made
; the
the mast head, a Lieut of FI. M. S. Vanguard Election, which will be found in another
[Curtain falls slowly-husband() pacing anti weakness have been the sole was despatched by order, as we understand column. The President further says, lhaMlie right !| tax es5oii altiheir property, while on the Jf
hurriedly the characteristics p {hand we Iiave taxed the
across room, and wife almost of the Government. Thus
I I.Inve of the Admiral to that the declare United ApaIachicobLaCQC'j
to
requite If war against'the States
thrown into convulsions the United .will be a source of the highest gratifi-
in vain to gel a fit States beeu encouraged to 'j pany enty-ijne-half to three-fourths
down.
should be taken The
;::V of the hysterics. .-[Baltimore Visitor. commit in the face of the world the scandalous flag captain of the at\V.once J. Homer received the: cation to the frieds of Mr. C. at home, to is not vested in him, but that time illustrious I i all their lofs and lands. Last year,the p
-- robbery of Texas. Thus have all the IJritish' officer with much courtesy, sited I learn lie high estimation in which he i is C ongressof the nation will, as soon as they :1 were still more highly favored; for the

[From the New-York Sun' -Extra 11 ,resources of the nation been wasted, and have met;take into consideration the
-April ] him down to the cabin: -and having been held( by these whose acquaintance he had I neces- j I: paid(t one end a half per cent, and they CW3
r- FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. money! for public purposes raised at an exhorhitant with the of his v in the conflict that '
made onl
acquainted object visit. an opportunity of making during his sary steps required ( oneliird per cent. We Lave ]
ARRIVAL OF THE PILOT COAT interest. Thin have factions been I the American's characteristic"So temporary gone so ,
: reply was -- awaits that "
Republic. our for the
partialities
HOMER.r encouraged and subdivided on side absence abroad. By his urbanity of Company, that we wjt
American Corn and Dirckic'icat lo Is r ; every long as I have an arm-to pull a tri2zer

t i. fne of duty; JRice; "ann: -Low Dvtif-t; instead r were symptoms! of dissolution, and the nation no man shall dare to touch l I i that il.ip." This; manner, and calm and dignified course in : [For the Commercial Advcrtise-r. I at the t rules of equality, and laid aside cert

of War-Grain and Flour nJo.incing.We in the mitlst! of arnaichy and confusion,, the "Hritisher" his ,r fmran. three thousand dollars tf last yeaf4axation i iof
prompt reply puzzled not defending claim to a scat in the houseFlorida's EEITOR :- ,
have the pleasure of was daily! prosrp-ssiug to its ruin. This[ i iJ; h little he turned his for I'm t and two thousand dollars rf th
I t to 1 her
anno'incing the a n ship i t as: first Repiescntative he I am glad that yen have opened a wey for the I J?
mrriV3l of the Pilot Bi.mt \V. J. Romcrthis: all I matter of fact, but it would lie impossible I orders-and, I in :i shoit I time, came back: t to wonthe I to understand the |; deficiency of taxation, and I know rot hcwJjfer
people of their
: morning, after cf to say at present what part tbe American the officer with respect and admiration of all parties ; position niur.ij j in
a pasagft thiity dav Amriican an ample apology, preceding years which the
She brings Liverpool ifth agents have acted in the ppene. They the and: though ousted ai last by the most cipl representatives. Though I cannot sec any | been CcmpMj-
papers of the !: to the effect that seeing vessel t-o small complete sIft more highly favcred with

.: and London ;papers of ill evening of the work under ground. Can England: and I his comma/ider did not think she was an system of'log-rolling'! in Committee, arguments in the article of yi.ur corre.-pondtnt t I equality in taxation. I have made thi3 r
lOih. The Commercinl France look! on with apathv in time midst t 'Taxatus,' which go to maintain tFic position he i the estr
American that the
and
is vessel
ue.vs intciesi- i flag of i lhat t and the most and
.J ing, if not irnporta.it. of such scenes ?London sun, J\Iardt\ JO.W nation) had been used without authorit. So: strenuous rigid eflbrts-at ha:* taken, yet there are some bold assertion* and;j.:j according to authority, and six hundred tbosij

Flour has advanced. Cotton firm. :RE-IF: or Tiit: Bnixisir CorN TIIADI, : the mattes ended. pa tty drilling, it was by such a meager majority uncharitable innuendoes that call for an answer i i.dollars is the data upon which I predcsf;

Indian Corn and Buckwheat ror. vKnIc: : (; MARCH 'Jth.-From the that the defeat must have been Your ;- interest cf the Land Company in thee
more
are to be admitted ] () COTTON IAFEET, March P.-The t correspondjM snails at me, ril snaps !his '
free of duly in England! as-soon as Mark Lane Express.-Since the 27ih ult., Co tttn.ni u ket opened with a fair i inquiry, both pelasant to him than such a triumph could:i teeth at most of my colleaguesai.d; itst Le should I : lmc bicu1a. Now, according t<> -
when, the majoiity of 97 members of the: from the trade ami wLicii! r.f three"
,
the Corn Law duties bill has exportei-- wa.? fredy have been if cr.e hundred i1
his
w- through to bo
successful inclined
: gone House voted in favor of Sir Robert Peers met, until the arrival of the "Xew York! packet on competitor.A to bite, Ivish to show Mm that we
a first reading. 1ict{ > also. ; lar cf six
Corn Law measure, little further Monday: eveiiipj, when many of the boloei i with'i'W man who( possesses the qualifications tosecure are not at jill afraid cf him.-In ether werd--, t to tales, hundred tl
There i is a studied silence in Parliament I: very pro their M 'ck-, and an advance <.f d p-r pound I to \ield six thausahd dollar!
,: on the Oregon question. In the debute; on, gress has been made with the bill!! ; t the was nerally! obtained, at \\hi<;h improvement! ( the respect, esteem and attention prove that the complaints tf'Taxatus'against:t .L.me that t sum m th.t St

: 1 Indian Corn, and Buckwheat and Rice being greater part of the week having! : been contl I)i" market has doted! lirinly. r ucui.itois have from his political opponents in such a degree arc entirely groundless, \viil thruw suspicion; t. we dernarxl i if>
sinned in the amendments t.i! i.ui 15() Amfnean! and 850) Suraf, ;md Finance CoiAmitttchaveesfi
discussing
brought let
free allusions, I over all that'he has sjuJ : f r when cf
Mr. < one point
: were made to ihcsu uiticles ; as Cabell them <
1400( enjoyed at Washington _
; forward. From the fate of Mr. Villiers'sinolinn ) American. l 15J Pernarnhuco, 130() S'iraf and' at between three and 1'r-ur hUm
_;-;. beitm American staples. S. 100 ? Tbere! i.- not ni'ieli aniM-ifitm: to-daj' may! be forced into retirement testimony of a witness is shown to be f.le, it I t
The for a total and immediate repeal; ofihe i I in Cotton but the market is bv the lar s. ile.-iid tl.i-f, the Compai
English weakens
newispapers; talk: war, hut I \ery fctp.uly ut 1'ier.itcs the force of all that he if oy say after
4r Sir Robert Peel is hurrying Pailiameni, to r Corn Laws, which was rejected !by 187 of Iot Fm ihiy. The sales amomtt toe .3WO; unjust decision of a party majority; but he w S i! ty.arc1 thou-ar.d dclhrs worth

> the olive branch of free votes, it appears that the ministeri.il plan' ?, in-lJir: : oi'i' for cxpi tattoo. 'TIj sales on cannot; bu kept there. 1 imj rovesrents that Inrtbtmgradingthe
pass tr.ido on Amer is preferred to a repeal of all!I duties l on gral ii. FIJI!:iv were o)0.!) ):) bale*, arid on Satnnav! "(000.) In times gone by, when !he city of Apalachicola -
ican corn and buckwheat. JI.iici'! 10.) 'I'iie !Ir3 The
? : to-'iiy: are :}(X!!! (M-S.; trenching
The other amendments I have been disposed LlvE1puUL Tun: SUPERIOR: COURT for Franklin cone was no bnier than St is at present, the Cit:-
Sir Robert Pod 13 adopting PresidentFolk's Tuesday, ILirch JO) -Tiie change -was all ftr their buio
-'i: idea of how DUTIES ou \V.\u of in an equally summary manner, of wind tie! .Idrt two or three days b.ilironsht 117, ? tyinhi'ruus Judge DOUGLASS presiding-we underhand Hospital Prnsictuns received fur their service.as ;' pavu.g
and it i-i cettain that the xo YCi'l=, !Ivit t the I irnpnri t-howt | cur-. Their lots catr.e intJ ma
which do now pretty : mea; note cniy will such, from three? to live hundred and fifty dollars r, i
you prefer P's rno'Jerae i-'jppli- (1 f Whrat Flour adjourn this evening, after laborious I- m.t"
ure-as first proposed, will, : uiid ( ''atraeai i if they had killed the %r.golden
In-Parliament, House of Commons, Mon ultimately, from Irelan l From abroad \ve liav'e ; !:, a Lr.re session of two weeks which I Perhaps the momcry of somt ci" the professional
,
become the law of ihe. land ; a month or sire:, ef Flciir and Indian during brethren esg5tiu-y niglit t.ave sit- .e tae -
day, March! 9, in reply lo a qursiinn from quan'ity Corn fi-iia the T7.s in this place rny bear the impression of' j
Sir R. H. Jnslis. Sir R. Peel said that I it w eeks may, howevt-r, elapse: befor ihe Stales and iliiet or f'mr cagoe: of \Viit t fiom'; much business has been deposed of. Judg e still forger s irn'. I \\nr\\- that predecessor i I tx, ) (.fit by-this time. But we ti:
final settlement, and during 1 that interval I the Mediter-r.nean. The iuuij'r'vd( tone in m the Douglass t lie rr.y end .1' the
( tu
was intended! to reduce the duties on rice, I Grain trade by impartiality of his decisions in office leiv.ved three j' taycr which xve Lave f leported Ia&.t Tne l.uiKJre-1 dcilsrs .
I ho trade: will I I I remain i in day, ha* lurn folKmvd lur aervi-
pro'iably of
Indian corn and buckwheat to qne nearly: depression indeed if the a state l)v a !fair business ill most "article?, aad at and his uniform( courtesy towards the. that 1 have .4i: P"ces YWe put then to no tn.uble to c .
.
; even success of ,
nominal from ihe period of passing; the act ; beiii-rpiifes. members of the Bar and the officers of the. __ money to pay their taxes j-for we are m..jx.'
but the bill! were placed; altogether! bevond Flour has commanded 1.? to l G1! ners&clc ami pensaticn v.-Da: V'-r; our -H :mother : l.vsrcian''
Indian
as intended regarded corn and bncUwheit, doubt, the fact that the new scale of duties barrel nv're. Uals h.ive hon s-old at an inipnnement ;- Court, has won, for himself the highest proposed nn hundrvd\ a.ni lillY dollar-,*which* i fs >! that! they hold Ihiiteen thousand dollars worrt.
it
admit them
was to duly free, i'f Id per iuii-hi.'I, and O.itnie-ii!, ood 1 bonds against the city, which touad
; i.ility they
for a limited period from 1 when the cannot, under any circumstances, come I in- of whioh is q from all. 1:alf of the former pay, the Cru.cI: it their liberaliJy } airx
I thcd.iy m pcarci l lejerl-Msl.; r for These hc-.
report of the committee) should be agreed to operation several weeks, must act as 1I dearer. Not inncli has in''-n rIdn| !> i in voted me the same ciropentin, and eu:ct-; <
a sennus inconvenicnci I Harhy] and IV is, airl priee nren-imi-iin fi. burin I tt Our latest news from Washington cd ; at eight per cer.t interest will: }tetd eu: u h c
to, taking securities for the p.iymrM of the me City Physician for that year. I hail S.
We have on former occasion of a political ? ihe} week f-\ei-tl I traiiciloj: I : have or urred will be found in the Correspondence of previously t" .pay their taxes from year to ycmrtatul i
should the bill ihe
duty not i be received
ultimately sanctioned in bonded Grain auI:I Flour. Fine Ho UekVhfat ttfo huiulred d.-.llars, which was \
Parliament. After character hitherto prevented the advnnce has f od! .i l Charleston Courier : shaU'get! clear of tho-t.- bonds, a.d! baVe no
by a very dev.il- en ? at 7f ? p r70 Ji,s ; Iuit.a COM, i t* tory discussion the resolutions! relating to t in the price of Wheat, which, from :'sis i for red, and S2- per -44)lb-fur) whif* : \W the various Kinds! of the indiiTeroni result of the harvest and the Canal F1tr. sweet, ,ii27s, sour 24-, amt1 X t>reir>i agreed to pay me. Since have been in the i much do
; agreed to. z 3 we at
In Parliament gn.nviie disease in ths potato I I crop, all u!I parties engaged I- House of Lords. March\ At to-day's inaiket: tli B i Ithiik\\e have sbown that
re was nrodfr.it'* d .' corresr-
a I y.Tit
in the trade > Columbus( it the best '
10. in answer to (the Marrpis; of London I- confidently expected initifl.: for old and newVhi- if, at an ad\.iu-! > fully L arrived Thursday night, broughtthe | lolrvtoflx! the salary rf City Phys' dent's have been
derry on ihe subject of the alleged H would have occurred, still we set no reason: "I| 2<\ per h'irhel! o-i! the prices of hr Tie"f'af.Otis : : ner-s that the Notice' resolutions, had I cian at one l.ur.drej as-i Sitv* dullarst Tbvsc p: !I eves* must darkenc!, i*'he u

:.p perafcutipn to alter our opinion as legards the facts ofthn %v -rcuw, } : !l'- ; the bet m<*alin? .v.-re Held payments haw all been made to i zf e.t of cither of the Land Companies but \ -
of the atIin i ,
nuns the Earl; of passed; lime Senate me quarterly i
Aberdeen case. The shortness of m the produce ofVheat I ti i ; GJ per 4-j lbs Flour and O.un; e .! .t by a very large majority.The sibly I have misled the mark, and T'.vitu *r
j
: said he had! received an offiehl: l)Zfl aRied[ t-advance!i above : ot"d. fin'' I- resolutions My first quarter's salary WM; 'u&, and so wcrn mv
communication from Rus5a \ and t the disorder which has affected ity t of mtitin'' 11 as passed were in the form ; be one ot"the citizens \vhj pay ir.rt aso taxa :
denying the uky ws i s-caree and inquux-J f< r. ta xes. The City Council paid me &t a time witnI
truth of the rumors iu circulation on she t potatoes, may have been made I the most of In bond |ih* only! transaction; I icpoiu-d v.-ai a sale; l proposed by i'tl' r. Grit tenilrn, which were u of bad of ; real estate. If *o, I xvcultl simply as thi i

..-. subject, and statin that the depositions :alleged I- fa ir party purposes ; still it ciuinot; lie deniedi of Western Canal Fiourut 27s pr bil.Nr.v a decidedly pacific character. The vote into the an opjHiitnruty payingJie mo-icv hack r qm nestioa: Is your let cr lotswt.rtIT aSTau. h a*T.'
Now Mr.
city Treasury. Editor
i l hut these I iwo principal articles! of food suffered where [
10 have taken place at Rome were GRE we understand was 42 to 14- Seuaiorvoting. is the i make the tax you pay equul to t-ne percent onvaltie .'
so much: from the excessively wet ::>AI ni.-Otr'e on AmericanCitizens every great; money-making operation in all this?

gross fabrications. weather experienced during the summer tind Property.rl'he' New You A hundred and fil'tv dollars depreciated scrin-:: ct the properly ? If se< } ;u have na csr
PARLIAMENT. March 10.-Sir *
R.
Peel
-,. 1, and autumn as to fiord just reason for' Sun says I that an outrage v.-as; connnittf: t d 1 onthe u for running the risk cfa ummers residence i of complaint. 1iiversatju.tice t-annot belL
in answer I lo a question from Mr O'Con- 0:?: C'npt. JOE T. NILES-Io in
:: and f.ivor-
American schooner : this ss'Jc of heaven. We rteetLme
that ,
nell, said) that everything had and would concluding both will run shoit, before Oregon, Captain; 0 this city from year to year for furnishing medicines L- are so iDp
v 1 the time can come for gathering another Newcumb! of New Itudford, r.t I>oc is tlelToio I ably known on, our river as a steamboat: which alone so few must be wronge-d ia order tbit u
be done the have
by Government lo obviate; ihe cot a hundred dollars i ina
.' impending famine and di.v in Ireland I. crop. where l u she put I I in i in m i digress I tin the commander -has purchased! t the interest of) few months time-iVr doing services for which many- may be relieved from oppression. F.<

and he believed that in the couise the Gorernment I- With respect lo potatoes there is alo 4ti! of November last. The commandant; ."\I. JOHNSTON, Esq., jim the Columbus (Ga.) a hundred dollars month has been charred things arc more difficult: than to ilea'embody. '
pr
ground or prefect seized the vessel .tid ''
had adopted they would be asi-; lo apprehend that the iml.uly; may ; ear o and is now connected with Mr. l"oi EL- for Tunning the risk of ell contj : St. Paul says:-"Tlut all pcwera
: without known and detained ion.poisons: ,
not indeed it has been any cause: t them
I
:prove temporary ; recently
led by the proprilois of sand and the God and whoso rosis-teth the rcsistctlitordinance'cf '
moneyed I days. A considerable of SYTII in ihn publication; of tint and alarms to fair.ilv and patient which $ powtr
of Ireland. proved, by caiefully I conducted;! experiments twenty ; part the paper. my ?, prn r- "

If the gentry resolutions that I that the diseased potato when cargo( vs;! siolru( by the official, the captainjivas It I was remarked: once that it required t the erty in distre can possibly produce.! I pause-. Gcd. Let the cxcc s tf,vour fca-

Committee on Friday went through planted-though they vegetate freely-do insulted and his men sei/.e'd, wh.ch I patience of :\ Jab to navigate the Chatt.ihoochee. C omm-non sense is disiu; >trd with the thecie, arid be given fi.r charity's sake, ama] think net tL
were adnpu-d the
( on not yield sound the with other insults, constitute fair for [ you will have the Uai reward whtn y. a stL
a return, von lubercle a case shamed ,
rig I- a t! the cliurcs aainst ir.onernuldnTaxalu
: report to-night, In.li.incorn] huckwlnt, and I We fear he will find that it u C- u '
xh'ibmiuing the di:tory existence. Your, &c. G.
A
; rice would be admitted free :
duly( and he : quires[ ( even more t than; that I t to the
of their entered t in .1 manage
a before
early stage I growth we maintain piotest i a iuuica 4'
; I
: trusted that *hnl would considerably relieve As respects the claims cf other ir.err.ber of L [for the CfoBimercia! Advertiser.
therefore consul Gen.; Ilarribon (fiscals i mit'u office. '
t that abundant cause exist (for I L our who forwaidc i (1 : printing Success to
the wants (lithe !people of Ireland. t he Council, has it been -hown that ther MEsns.EDrroRs-.
.
The surprise at the pies jil position of affairs1, it to Wasiiinitonheie) it will I no donlJl receive him i ho've\er, I in Iris new vocation. May were S,
packet ship Cambridge, Captain Bar- and that there is every prospect) of business the prompt attention of the administration. h unjust? Was not the interest: rn the bone! tliearrje As vcu,have proclaiir.ed your cclutr.ns open f
Stow, arrived at Liverpool his investment not a fund J
on Sunday, from prove sinking ,
that had been Ircrn the dtscu.aton of all *
assuming a more )healthy tone so soon asihe paid year to year? Was: suhjectehrm t.yr
New York whence she '
sailed
the
on 17th !his with
Tilt. Her advices l long protracted discussion on i the.!i Com or purse ever meet a collapse. not another account created! to keep contagion) and its inhabitants arei.teretcdI ficpe y 't
,; 1 were not. however later
: than those received via Ilavie.-London Law.shall have been disposed of ill one FATAL FLOWKKS.: --Recently id London, \VlATILEfl---AtiCr being cold, wet, and death from the face of t b.'auty, and from ihe allow rn's' au opportunity j.-/aL-A- XY

Times, March 10. way or the oilier. a Doling lady went to bed in uotul health and i :I arm of industry ? And in-reference to the account .reply to insiaaations of your cvrrepnet
and in
From the North of the was ftjiiud! i the next morning dead The disagreeable every particular, for two
Europe most important '
The fi1it on buckwheat, maize, and o f which most cuciplaint has l.een made, does 'Taatns, respecling'nty matters. Ati.re'; -
rice deserves I news is t tint of Poland) where some- physicians: who were.calk-d in, declared Ill itif weeks, with heavy rains on Tuesday and: { ? ,
a ;place in tIme same p.igo of > know cf any drayman in the city who f no direct specriications! nor any tL! tunt!
hing very nearly; approaching; : a i revolution t the sole( catihc of this eatastrophe vos the Wednesday last cleaned off on j
lame as the celebrated! battle Thursdaymoruiug >
0:1 gie; >e. h of the air will do time same service for a less compensation i? !! disprove, wo are loft in the dark c.s to
as broken out owing, we believe 1- poisoning by the exhalations
Maize ; princiKilly and the
JMiles. is It a\vjll a dangerous be article, cried 2''] r. t lo ill'* scarcity of food. :a m quantity I t of lillies I found i in two large vases; sun greeted us with I his I[f he does, I, as cne cf th.i! cocirJltcc <.n "1. ireul t| tbjt-ct tt5t.e! writer ist but if i

competition with eaten.wheat It and will come into I FJOIII Danzig we Icaw that holders i of on low I table I in I the 10111 Ii. iJosus, I tubrni-: warm rays again. Yesterday it was 'hot,' iroveinents and Contracts," weuld he obliged to i it seems to be two-fold: first, to b.;ng aFti

4 oats. See how they cat it hi Ameiica barley! and wheat had! remained very firm, and that if ses, jasa mine?, and in fact, imM) (lowers, may l but to-day it is somewhat more pleasant, iiim to ma'ce that drayman known to u*. There !' anienvltiiect of Ihe city charter, s
: out oilier authorities., AH day Ions cry was looked m upon) as so nearly ceitain that( in the.saint: way, produce effects: if not mortal I though we have indications of rain. i s more work yet to be done.-Eu!, forsooth, li> !j arid honest men c1-our 'city-prbaty[ bmm*.

are eating *'corn" in every bhape-in loaves; they, ( rent Britan would sooner or later letjuinxiensii'o 1 at Iciibtveiy: injurious. Their influence At this present 'sdttimm '-11 o'clock- cause a citizen becomes a Councilctan, your cc r- Ka U1OtX the number-snijlit,get thos. oEues

'w in cakes, in messes, in pornd2es, baked, i e assistance: that no one fell anxou acts most powerfully on nervous persons. the sun is in eclipse, giving to every thing) respondent would have him lay aside his human J the city government wh'icb/lhe:: ge. tI--Kia3 SB*
tr business. The demand
boiled, roast, fried, buttered, sugared, pep l press had( A 'DISCOVERY: COKNIXTKD a strange, dark and gloomy nature, and become so disinterestedly benevoler.t: [jt t tas to'thfnk so profitable : sjcon.l, toaueand
: movever. been far from active : and on I the! : WITH ELI:C- appearance.
salted
pered and scarcely leave themselves whole, the tendency of prices had been: TRIC LIGHT.-A l>cl for I
bit of
., room a good wheateu bread- rather downwards. discovered I ( I that electric:t I li ht, directed I Mli.s L.VTElt FUO.M TEXAS. her t and make Kim {:refer ototr men's wares for I !j Itho ie says that you are retaken when you s7;

., Before fed." Jong Englishmen we shall have Scotchmen; all England "corn: At several of the Lower; Baltic ports the the human body( makes it so diaphanous; ) .: By time Ne.w Orleans Picayune, of the ue of the city, when he has thfe same tilings. ihe cffic-ixjf'Councilman is net onu ta pr

horses, cows, and ,pigs, will! all, be Irishmen eating, value of Wheat appears also lo have given'way to enable -lluj t arteries, veins ;and nerves lobe 10th inst., we have two days later from General for_sale himself. This would b<- starving himself ,as there are more ways .than one of krtliug CJul

;:v out of the same dish. There are acvrri ; nevertheless, quotations are far itt seen at v/orl;, and their action to ben Taylor's Army. An extra from the office into leanness that Le ini-jht have the pleasure &c. so the office of Cour.cilaanthougb tt fj

: ,*. hundred million quarters of corn ready to high h there, as compared) with prices here, l of the (jalvcston: News, issued on t the seeing others grow fat on the food which he re not receive regular payi may be made to a"-

: pour in, says a groat agricultural and commercial t to ness.hold out any prospect of profitable 1w n4 i- TIIK: ACQUITTAL ui' TvRRr.fst: ,.- The Albany 1- afternoon of the'-lth lost;, says that the pilot fused. Nov, it is inposubIe for the present late with money. Kow, how happens it t

: .* authority. By letters from Hamburg of Tuesday I Kveiung Jniirnal, speaking) of the aoquittal i I boat L. M. Hitchcock. Capt. Wright, arrived Councilmen to vote each other any monies which sTaxutU3* has just awoke to a sense of

-. : :stand How against are wheat and barley, and oats to we learn that since the previous post-day, t ; of Txrrell, irfdnlgrs! in the 1u1o.i imt Galveston, about :4 o'clock, P.[ M. of are not justly due, without the people knowing to enlighten riis fellow-citizens orj a ;

frightful! an invasion 1 Let remarks-''After t the acquittal: i I I I o 1,1 l'obiuson it for at least two weeks beforehand for -lie understand when-
scarcely: an' ) thing had: been done in wheat > ; : every says-they do not well
,; .It be only for three or four months at the I lhat day, from ihe orazos St. Jago, which 1
z except for local consumption ; for \vhH I' and Tyrrell I the I i fonmrin I New Vork and claim that is-not known to be just is referred to a admits that abuse and extravagance baslorgte
i ujmost, says Mr. Miles.-London Times place she left on Wednesday, the 1st inst.She. .
the latter in Boston
; ; it is j
March 10.From purpose Zood old( Cl Ibs. Saale had broughtequal 1 scarcely necessary committee for examination, and the proceedingsof practiced:-and by democrats well as Wt
to abolish Capital i i Punishment t i in such brought the intelligence that the
to'50s. yd. and other cases. : upon
the per qr., sorts at; each meeting are published during the same As we can only draw inferences ff
[ Liverpool Courier, March 11 ] rntts in proportion; Profligate men may murder friiil woACCIDKNT. arrival qf the Army of Occupation, in frontof
weok. Should the citizens therefore
perceive nicatioa, I 'rtit be permitted
We fear that for with /
concessions made to In Holland and t men impunitystudied.
:f ihr. Americans for. ;he sake of peace" wheat seems to have Belgium fallen the off demand I for __ _ Malamoros, the Mexican forces were any thing dishonorable in the intended action. of because he-,himself,not.very Ion

< *' have produced much of.lhe present difiicm ii- latest advices from Rotterdam and, and by the .-Capt. Tnos. HILL, a native drawn out on the opposite bank of the river, the Council, they have full opportunity of making cipator in thespoiUof

? '*" ty. The expedient sending an crmibas ;li- it appears that former terms had barely Antwerp been:) of England, and a resident of this city for making a great display of martial nit /Ic, complaints previous to the passage ot' any such t to have made these things kn

f- *'. dor extraordinary, to Jield lo their most supported. t the last five years, about forly-eight yearsof with trumpets, bugles, &c., which mode of intended acts. Taxatus'seems to think that none have been suicidal tdhisov'.npe..

r" extravagant demands, has led them lo I be.j From the Mcditrranean the ndviees areof ago fell from the cabin-tleck.of o'clock the sItuer a- salutation was duly reciprocated in kind by but, Councilmen reap advantages from the expu n- But Taxatus' says there have b

> .j; lieve that anything may be obtained fromus.by : much the same character, as before. At m Persian? about eight on t the dilutes contingent the city government but able
and moruing: of the !Oth) inst. at the SoiithWestPas a similar sounding of trumpets and drums upon exceptions to the generally
bullying bluster. Forbearanceis Marseilles! onjthe 28th of February, wheat had he examined tha list of claimants
: he would ..
t
and fractured his skull Iravagant governments Perhaps
thrown ? which CaIn ed in the American lines. Thus ended the firstday's
: on, inflated with
away people so dull of sale!
was owing to large arrivals, and: have had less to trouble himself
his death in about minutes. His cause and I the supposing that he once belong
twenty
notions of ihcir remains between lime
64. power and importance.f' .- a falling oil' in'the export demand. rencounter two armies ou
I' f' Every offer of peace is looked on by them Al Malta on time 27th nit., there was less i were brought to the city: yesterday the opposite banks of tlie Rio Grande, and public with his complaints. The liabilities that cit himself be classes his honor

;ft; "-" as the result of fear, and only excites them speculation in the article than; earlier in Ihe morning. -IY.by O.the Com.tow-boat Times.NAVAT Panther. ,, for interment. withiti'two three hundred yards'of each have been allowed by the Council have come in the exceptions. Really, we can

f.f to new insolence and increased pretensions. month; and advices having been received! principally at a time when they can be used or modesty; and our citizens cannot

The only chance. lhat remains of avoidingis / there lhat the Pacha of Egypt had again other. On the next morning, 29th, dueAu'ierican sold to pay the city taxes. This is the reason prechtb his benificence in pcinli
U.
-The S. Frigate Raritari;
showsthat tvef>are prepared for it.,-.-. pcrmilied the export of wheat, a declineliad CaptaFn sailed from this troops discovered the Mexican why so many Councilmen figured in the artfde of the manner in which they have.I

_,1 The only argument that can meet American taken place in the value of Egyptian Sunday Gregory last-bound to Vera Crux.port The:IOU artillery of eighteen pounders, lining the opposite iTaxatus.' by Unprincipled fTntthPiTmen.,sine* .' '- ei*

: in the rapacily Pacific the presence of such n 'for ce The latest accounts from Odessa ar of the U. S. I3rig Porp0isc&icnt. K. Iii lit bank, and pointing uhir ctly into their But t the1 very signature of your correspondent, to'bea m'ember.ofthat bdy; although he bafterly

: : : crush-sail and along iheir coasis as will 16th of February. For somedays 'previouswheat commantlin'znuiledsamcTda'bouind' fl a camp,' wlier npoti the Americau'army movet Editor-gocs far to convince me that the'whole'secret S failed Jto. prove inytftung.of thtlarfiB?]
g> instantly resistance, should they had rather receded in value and
,
?
good '*
cruize Windward.. four mules belbwL This W his dissatisfaction lie's in the]rzOrd'rance ."
'4 persevere in setting ihe 4aw and the step, says the News, .,;
5 customof qualities were then obtainable 34s. per qr.2'e 'The Schr. J *"V # T ?' .*
civilized nations U.S'Surveying PirenixtLt.C.C. doubt less taken A> Let ua now.Jbuat/him down, na Jf '2Taxatus'-hatl mada. directagaint'he cb
; ,; at defiance. i Our 'gocrnrnent ; Evangelical Alliance find the. Free was ,*. by General Taylor in or- .' .5- S SPaCe some
Patterson:
commanding arrived'here'on'Sunday i *! '-**' "* S4"- .
?
is> now sufficiently' warned; and ChuTcJi.-We learn from a privaio! i it er, hist.TIte ,.: H- : t---------: ; -- every appearance- of'any* disposition > ,hupi ia hms-proper position.1'' Cart ''I aat us'tionew&jis'intcrestec1 present Counculmnstead o

trust:, thaMbethroats tthe.Americ, :an tha'f : t In the trade and business behind anl dMW
at a m* ftfjng of ilie-heanVofahe Frees -: JJ4SStqmer4Gen5 'T i,1orarri'red to commit"aggressions upon ,the, wes, "* *ansanonyrafi'5* signature

p tJq President vill be met by' iheassemblingolBritish : .! lrtir hln'-Scotlandrlast; week; for considering here on'Sal'urday last.-[Pensacola, Gazette.' bank, of, thC, river,' and lo maintain -strictlj, of,. thetiCity ? Such -citizens are the .oneSiwho 'eneiiticshocirght have been met aria ret*iff j!

; ,, fleets. : ibe-subjett of time Evangelical Alliance : : "; S maintain> the veryexis.tence of the town, andja as ail: they do are business transactions 1 1id

: Dissensions" among.the Jews. -A disruption very vat in discussion took'place, I the: i]!* O H-A-shock..of earlhquakewaa s felt'at.,: 'Ihe/'defepsive .characlerA of'his-, operations they arc taxed.one-third! less than they were last! t' fnVestigatlon. If there waa aFobis" Zb3dO!
.
says a new ieli'gious paper called I Iu the, result of which was, that those who 1 ha'djoincd'the Maysville; Ky.; on the 22d uIrNoh Sirm Tbe jnost'f eljable stateme' ,nts.rppVesents'theT '. t year, it iTiitbe thatsarne one eccentric. r, spirit M'f'\ .- insinuations, the city migh be fcbuTas &

; ; j&zkmcefi"'bas lakeo place among the Jews. : ) Alliance$ iuLconliuued (av.prn- ,done,' : y '- .. ; S -S : to consist- L of dmslcazed with the manner of"tactuon1/and h5z maiwations' only b mct'ia, ti'
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inu3tethat 'TUtI1$ kdp31cw f courtesy; amiability and dignity of the the bill is made J --- ------ --_
: bearing: oper.nion conditional :: :PoRTs or: COTTON moi.: f PRICES: CURRENT. 55

vCW than to excite the V of PS a gentleman-his talents and abilities tfnd to tnke.ell'ect only when the period iu .Commencing 1st September, ISIS-cud For JEavre.
fl -
1bT cile )ietuut'J the respect ami esteen in which he is held eluded ia ? (UUC iti144. ---5 THE fiae ship PIIOBUS, Devrieszt.rn3ster
32jri3t the present co'cfl, % the notice shall have passed, we __ __ : AaTICLE3. S c n. C. 4. has three-fomths
of
(,:r By men of all pai ties, I vvjll not further are not informed. If so,. and if, moreover, 5- ----T Fast t I her car
) b1t peculiar to YVIIITHEH EXPORTED. 3 it n a-ed, will meet with 'dispatch.
a days
OtISl.
trespass on your columns than .rto express a boundary. line shall be Agreed. by the b.l1mce
tufleXactly upon of
cv&ry thin; flat do" par the hop of myself and of the Whin Legislators Liverpool.* ... .... .... ..... U>'. freight pa3ge. hiJinspIendA4 ac-v:
4r.at .icws,1 J ntrcst. 'j of members of the two governments within Havre:?:..'. .... ....:.. ...;. t-T... Kentucky lb coamodations-apply. to the Captain or to I.
akL l tilth I*j .- A CITlZEx. Congress, that the people of Florid twelve months after the giving of tht' notice, Nantz*.'.:.'- ... ;. '. ........ ... ; lb aNorulra r "ISAAC M. WRIGHT, .

:i will r.t the next election remedy the i\ic\ bill may go peacefully! intoeffect ; for, T riest .V..... ......... ............. .._ ,.- rMatiiL ; a S April 2-3 *- 3,Colurabua Block'. *

; the TallaWee! SA'A ] wiong committed; by the majority of the then, its operation will be confined to that Genoa .... .... .. .................. j5vY; CW tC : -
h House O therports..I. . For Liverpool. .
in .
iiiNflTox CITY, April, 1SJG.fr rejeciing him by triumphantly portion of the territory which shall lure ... ,. ; %% a 6 '
I sustaining and returning him as their repre'j been Tutal to For. Pont .... D9'2.I9Y2 I Riot lb a 4ENvTHE'first 'class Am. ship HUROJTjjg3 >
Mr. Cabell )ha* ircentVjIS acknowledged by treaty as our own. -
J1IihbrAs; havana, lb It Weeks, master, Ira vlng Uireev-fourths of.,.
tentative in New York. .. ... ... .24293 a
nn-tiopolis! on hi* ret urn home, j Confess. WHIG. iTo n any other condition of the case a collision I Java, lb I0a 13 ; her v\ill .
'cargo have
1 t ; 1 Jos CLISCV EJ. HastenProvidence. .. .... ... ..... ;.9974 .9974 & engaged, dispatch ,
inert the People of Florid, in whose Esq., Sentinel. with the British authority and sovernmeut .; .......S5S..59'.C2-27 prm. lb 3D a lor the bovc post. 'Fcr freight,.apply to. -

came lo take a seat in he Home must eustie.-[Baltimore American. PmlaJelph'ui.... ..........-.440.440| } Manilta, It a Ii) _Mrch2l J. DAY fc Co. '

beIati, .,1 lie : of ulucli i he has been! deJ [Correspondence tf the Charleston Courier.] Baltimore. .... .. ........ ....L.1GG2.. ..IO*)_ I Tarrej Ilenip lb lb 11 a 12 For -
Ut $ \V.Miiv3TOApril 13. 1SW New Orleans....... ...... .2337u.2337 '- 12 t. II Liverpool*
and )h'N seat ''vcn to his' opponent, I The Senate. ye teiday. considered of the MEXico.-57-The British steamship. Itted- Other pork}.... .. j..lSl3..164o ) & .. ibb! Qij THE t-aptncr ir.:bark. CUMBERI -
P"vV uitli thsTjuuiiJniernb'l : arrived Uavanoa] the 7th inst. .v. GOODS- ? :,.I \: Pow master trill have dLiaIIch.
? common many icsolntion'Ypported the Committee w ay, at on ; rr i ij -
by
thi' ToulCoafUvis .. .. .
1 ()flIIe! \ViUZ. : |party, that it will Contingent of the ont Geueral Almonte, formerly Mexican Envoy .. -S5i.45723.4&jS1 th own" huiruing yd -. 6a, 7 === !i ) For freight, apjly to
Senate .
Eqpen es in TOTAL : : 1ieettti 9Tiekin4
t relation -IULF.S. ..... ; ye'7. a March 21 J. DAY t Co. .
be but :i" :!Ct of common ju>tice, 10 enable to providing additional accommodaitions -, a it XVasliin tuu, and recently Minister of -. --- -.. -.- 3c! I2Cotionde ___ -

a to 1 7 enteitined of Iiiiu by his Our dates arrival have of PAS3EXGEKS.P.T i Caico! Prinr yd s aKntuckv *
tthuli i< pol.ncal ( ;i amendment providing that equal accommoi by this course, Jean 4.p.TUE regular packet bt\R-C.FlSH: .

tueuds *ml 1flfly of his PIitical i I "PLrnis. i dations; Horded( to the public prcs os is been anticipated by the bark Mandarin, at Mr Turner steamer nn-i Charlston lath'., Miss- Mr Kimbrough Rirlgway Puit, ; yd yd 25 13 a t \8R, Appleby, .master. Fcr freight of"'%

ilwt) they may feel themselves jus- i now afforded), was oflered and agreed to. this port ; but to show the revolutionary Oreen, \Vatkirr II C Sapp, J Sap? Logwd. Cdmahy, ton pissage, apply to '

d in nvm voted tor him to representL'n i The question then recurred movements now in progress in Mexico we P-r reamer Boston-:.Irs Shiufr .MM. St. Duniato, Lou AiriIlS DODGE Si. PRATT. -
an
..n C.in2'e5' not 4Jflly by theij tvn amendment to the effect, that the upon subjoin a britf extract irom a letter iu our Ii-ses- l ll Forsyth, A Fortyth, M 1 ShanrT Fu3ic, tOn For New York' '
required J iaiuir. Buzhie Indigo.
ol" L is character inti -1uatifIci-: I appropriation be paid: out of the contingent possession, dated :Mr t : -, II K Hill,,J sSchl E D.-VIS y, J Morton.JV E Ncrtherr EibI Ibi C.5ci.a 7(10 -.'.-- THE*( splendid bnz'Gl&V. WILSOJf. -

t.onv. but -I* lv e approval liesiowd on fund. \ VERA: CRC-S, 1st April, IS 16. M. F.utr, Mandfvi! Carraway. Western, '.. bbt 3 ;5 a' & (lt) >r, master,wilf have iamediate dis-
the Jlcpresematnesol the IV-teainer Asrne-Capt Sutfon. !, .: S box$ 2 3'') t 4 50 -atch. For freight cr .passage, having
their ch-3irtr'.v! assembled.! After a desultory conversation in which At a meeting, yesterday, the military Elanksh ir. E B Coalson, R E Gibbon I; bbl a 12 (.w) good accomtacdations, apply to': the.master, cr tcApril

Wh 2 party I" M essu. Crittenden, Webster, Breese I and I chiefs of this.city, it \vis unanimously resolved J'ar'-ter, T C Hare.r No. 2, Lbi1 6 Ot) a 7 Ct) IS SOURCE, STONE & Co. .
remarkable
0r IJIRI as a gentleman in Archer took pint, the resolution was negatived. to pronounce in favor of u Federal Tr tetrrier Chn>P on-Jud e Sann, bbl! 5'00 a '3 Ut) For IVeTV York.
for the S box1 -
amiability
FIlisW I ,
courtesy
cooii'uiies MtmiFord.
all form of Uoveinment ; but Santa Anna's I Almonds 151 THE splendid ship ZBEJT PRECLE +*.
oi' his bearing, it is entirely uuecc IVr upamer ASl-Jv-TtIn4! ; Tld and: dp'ti.ty rite. All these ire I The chamber i is too small for the accommodation pirt'.z-iu hating iii-iited on his immediate clnt-iren and servant. Mrs Bt Griffin, :? Itniinr, lox 75 3 CA) Perkins, master, will have imraed.spatch .
"lur to so.nn.nntTo %
!. rv me of the body itself without regard iccall to take the command, which t lie others and s-ervMJit, C.ipf W K Moore, T P Prune.4, _- tor the above port. Ford ,

;. every one ui.b whom he it: ( to the public. The Senate WHS; oriuiualh. would not aztec t ), the meeting was Per ftertni awer Peytnni--Mrs \\ h< atf>n., Currartt. IS' 14 11F1 freujlit, or passage, apply to the master, crApr. t '

iron"hi i ito contact, am! were so eimircnt- ,; considered ns :a secret council, now it is ai I d iis-.ol\ed without nnythiti positive being d, r'.i i rv.'inf. MM; Catriruoind-. ; drini4 .I I 11 NOURSE, STONE & Co. '
the Bourse of the controvera .t.4 flt1rt1, GttiV I 'vin Litori box _
K dig""'! cI 1 Ia popular, !Jclv. i U (.4iT"ii '
i determined on, but we fully expect some M Cilirnbr ?ttes-r4 Otter. For Baltimore.
1 fl
that cven his )lJliti- .1C ; [ Cliittcv, .1 H !
rr 'n'l ; The Oregon question was taken up, and I change \eiy shoiily." hrh- Wheaton, Jtm.s Gitezyie! (SI THE fine brig VLflG1.\ZITalbot,

cal opponent could nol withhold' their tnM\Ve-stcott: spoke. Ho took the position; I '' In the interior every tiling WaS quiet, p I! II C L Garr.rJ, ?ubr: : &at butht 5i 1 J 'nsster, wilt have tepatch for the above -
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of respect and admiration. Jt would | ;that the British claim P Sknp'-r and Th'ker. Corn, ; : ';:: a C.5 l For deck
Oregon wholly
bate to wn< recording( to the accounts brought the z j >ort. freigh or possrge, apply
by
WOIl ofuperer3gati0fl in me, Per t!. dmer Cclumbu*-M. U B S S boll 3 a 10 0;) Co'.
e. IC l founded upon the stipulations of the Nootka;I ? r ,, t ) [d>jrd la] CHAS. ROGERS & .
1 packet expiess. ewLi i u 1
iel Paryaiore E M a
ItVliis to' Skipper B G
Sa ;
addressing myself Sound (Convention and the Conventions; The Mtliray had on boarJ 5-300,000 in nd Barnard. Green. Ibi C2iatSahoocbcc Hotel. .

favor, of that which his opponents: ; j, with the United States of I IS and 1527, specie. Per fctea-iipr Viola-Capt Allen, Messrs Dry, coztTry, IS' 6 a ; -4_ THE subscriber takes pleasure in .

be i.pur.iblc. j I ,and that Great Bii'nin had no just: lights ret. Bosv.-crth, Stondemmre.IVr ; lb ir.fonntng the traveling community

nan; of uleut and ability, I need ; j jf f founded on uVcovcry, exploration or pos- Fr.o.i ST. Dbrao.-We infdrmc'lhy gparnsr{ Ague*-J T Patten, J V/ hoop lbt lb 5a 6 I *? thathe has taken charge of the above
Sii"t.
are
G W \Vortiien. a ?
you to 1m sfeec-h delivered in the j i te-ion, of any part of the coast of Oierron I C.ipt. Cuts; of the brig Ilajti, from Itil S t 13 ..L!-5- establishment, sitoatfd immediately
iv s ill Rppreveniaf f RECEIPTS ; (
;Irom 42 to o4 40' ; that her occupation I l Port au Prince having kit that FROil THE ;
place on Aicerican lb find comfortable and quiet resting
a
and iu the may
his 'et. r.ty to .i
re up? 1 was under, and therefore controlled by. the, the GOth tilt. that in Per steamer Charl--ton-310 ba' i -
matters; :a political [ -- place and thereby avoiding the incoiv .
Mr. HrocketibttMish. The dears i Harper fc Holmr 12.3 ta Wrn IT Kimv many
treaties above mentioned, and gave no right r MIV: were gradually assuming a peaceful ; I : \rbjte Pit riienced; which they have heretofore been subjcct -
the dirt'cuess and Co 123 to Hill, Daw & Co 73
; .in : to ...
suteuicuts
th of his j' ;to Great Britain to continue it, or (to prcdi-j'appearance i ami that KvPresident; Pieror i Unth'irford, : ">tj to Nonr.-t-, Stonp & Co: tlit/ C) a 10 00 to. '

,s. aiuaiflt, < Hea-ihce; ,t ate any claim to the evincive ;pos f>ss ion'of I h ail sent in i his submission to the new ail- C Mricl:iv; 23 to S D-ivP'iinrT; 41 to H C t? ; ,04k ILads M Mt The t. S. Mail steamer Ages. from Apalachicoli -

in: '<-tl I and secured tU- attention any hart of the coast within those !:mirsin i miiiutriiiinn. A rumor wits prevalent v lien dt i' and 2 bile-hides to M Kay-cc : ; .. ,Iading, N arrives on Sur.day and Wednesday at

; {junto -\VhJ2: 'in'1 D'jnioctat. I I the interior country", nr.tur ilv triliitirv; j he left, that the Dominicans had made i'er c.'eatiier: Cn-ton-2>7 bale. cot'oa to ( Bar, lb a 6 5 o'clock, I' %1.; depart- Monday and Thursday
p tll that tLi* is uu tu Jiuary .I a P awutu Co; 231 to Lotktrt: t, Voun; at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western Mail arrives
jo I to the jivn-s emptying into Jhe Pacific on I of :::5iet: lb F:; 12
I proposition to the Ha\ liens which \ It lirnbrotizi
Ca
[peace rrt : 77 to Th'dg& \
i: stan'rw a tr n wjtli hiti'thmnice ; I Lbl M nda\s, Vednesdapand Prides at 12 o'clock .
: : hat coast ; and he fntther ariTicd: ( that when :; ; r.J ii holmes
j would no doubt be accepted. rper ; 1 to Ls Fred E
1 f rnr.4fter! o/ ordnnry: kind j ; gal 27 a A. M ; kpartsTiesdays,8Thursdays and Saturd -
i i. I ;) order.
Convention of : tn
13:27
I jthe : w.is abrogated, The principles of i ifie! now Government I ST0.ES, Pitch, b t a 2 {) V3it 7 o'clock A. MXtrthern Mail arrive*
$ !.>- i- -*: 1i (g1tt1tIfl4l: ihe attention uhen.tlie twelve Per earner Azn10 bi3! coft'vi awl 2
.tt'fl. months after notice iir.d exi under Pte-ident Jliche seem to :meet with l 0ttrri, bale 8 00 a 10 W Tue-da'.s and at S o'clock '
of the Houeofi f< tc ') to Too- I-rqIru: 2 d-j ad 1 lot .*k : Thursdajs Sc.turd.ys ,
'a s sh
n.; r\ i a !e ixvtioo L 1 i fired, she was hound to Sill rendcr I the territory neneial: approii-ttion.; : The inh bitintb: now j I fie* to \Vn G Porter \: CoL Ro-tn, hbli 150 a 2 W A. M. ; departs Mcsda\?, Wednesday- Fripiys .

.L'.I. .i e CIMMVK. ; for. i>e it Ixnottn to you1 to the United States as they had inj I art? purmitt :d to i:ut mahogany and otiier '.-r l diiitr Ghinit'ioui-2t bal s ; Tar, trpT bblj 2* 5-j* a 3 0)1 at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via

i ID <.nity .( 1 h.' qeelhes (hsiVCYOIJ i j 1319] acquired the ptramnunt; title tf Spain conceptions granted to them which under Lnckhnrt & Yonn;: 217 to I) B Wood i *gill i .i Oil t ) it 3Cr.1 2T0 Qirra:,ft Tallahas-j, arrives Monday, Wednf -
a ->
I i ldfl'*. an 4l vlh l 'o empty benches. J j bit y the Florida trca'y. Though Mr.V.. the old ndiniiiistnition deemed 102 to Chas Roer= c Co; .31 to Xnnr-e, ? jyp bcttie a 57
MI '* 'a nut what the iumorU'ice cf the su tr*in"d the title of the United Slates to ua unconstitutioir.il. !C McK e': 47 nzie to Win l G Porter vV Co; :30 to \ gl1 112 u 1 3) Tutxiavs, Wed-iexla and Sunday at ti o'clock,
; to Jc Holme
Harper
) T3
sjb t. o1. tl:'; iufliwiice its deci>io:i may, ; the wholf of Oregon, he v.as opposed to the The Island c TIart>hortie.Pf.r ; ;] fi rd, Sal P. M. Cvdumbu Mail arrives Sundays and
: coffee
rvr .-e ri f'le' iuter 1 i-l 51 bales!
nfiice he believed amcr cotton
it would U"sd ,
as to war and Y. IleraLl 121i tor. bottle, I 73 '
scarce hiigb.-.i'V.[ inst. 2 CO
a ani i Fr: are ou tV* *n anv 'nhjoct wh! :itev r c Cn"ver: t.5 to Lockhart Jc Ycua? 3
lair- l
1 bffd.-e flue had 5ied. ; :, Pork Me3 bbi
lie : 12
( ; in 5J 1J
year ; exy> w-.is I a (00
The H
L'ay 1 & Co: 2 to J H & J .M Hull 14 >use and Furniture are entirely new, c'
.
uh. cir, .nnmand: the atienuoti of tlie ; M.O. bj,115-J: ;
al2l/J
jtJ.ui f.ivor of ,
j colonization bv the United Slates
bacco to Wjlie fc McKensi-. the s-rrait thoroughly drilled their businei, -
4' in
'. ; ;i:.-I l :.1- i hart- *;ii.L} a majnitty- it ,of t the L.ujcH.-Thie nr-w Steamer Flint," Per Prime, bb. 11 0all:) Tx)
and for before i.tearner' Pejtoiix V ba'Cotton! and fell will
j country piepaiing war >U Bicen use their utmost endeavors to make
l--Mcr -Ibiirtiis-ttf'tji*? s u J4-hcs JelivcreJ I j ja will be launched on Thursday, ((03d!) iust., P. vv Co !91 Harris Ib, 9 a j
i
the notice was j'ven.3Ir. i A-via ; : to McKay ; Hartshorav; : ** if cdavaed, Ib! lo H the time pass pleasantly to the traveller. .,:
f :in 1) er! ;> y benc!$'*N th( utimber of MVDuffie thunght that the Senator from Game's boat xard, one half mile above t tt/baccotoT Pre-toT. : 1b 63 a a 7 A. G MARSHALL :RS

mtiiis:) 'Te--ut VttiUZ frnni 60 to >i (0.) I It t j jis from Fint Ida, had misconceived observations Alb my. She is built expressly for nwiiatinn Per stf'a.mfr' (>''.inib'i'-ll"1 bilrotton 1 ijaalder?, Ib 5a 6 Agent for the Proprittor.Chnttahoochep .
some Ro--r.s 'c < ir,0 liP[ Uiwjon 5
to A Co
; ,
'!! "! 1' c.n; .'v coiaplunent i< indeed I t the Flint River in low water. She h:is ; : ibiIb <; d 9 March 17.15- 6. 1'2-rf
made by ?1r. Fox. in the British I Dud;; i: I'rait: 103 to )sICXiy & t .f ,

: uh1 I in* ;paid to > our j jabitiu Et.t. [lou
tnaiv's:; :tuJ tuatutica!I eighty fert keel. ItJ> supposed) she will 2J; t t1) !Loukiinrt t Young; 21 to S ; a A DWELLING
asserting the gooiltie-=s of the Spanish i } boi, 25') a 35o 'cI very Splendid two story -
> ,w.r. tit yi4l\ o'i such :* >ub ect s aii..Jt'i I title to the North-Western Mr.McD. i draw about eiirjiteen inches water, with 100 to B L'lition A: Co. j buh, 40 a 43 : P1 HOUSE, situated in the cot airy .
territory. Per -leainer Viola 22 bas!
I.,,", T l Ir ;i ji the hI4Iuc, invofvXIJ read an extract from Mr. Fox's i J bbs.! freight. The ent ipri-jiin; proptietor Daw-mi te Co; 2.f) ) to- icruiv .V. cotton- -' to. ) I ,ni cwt: 5 (M) a 6 0;> 1sIt4nd pleasant part of,that delightful wa-. ,

1h-v! thnIc4 I matter he was ahle lo j Mieecli the tluit.wlucli: 1 de-eive icat credit for their exertions to t o Ch-H lloaers A= Co 111 to D P U'ood : 1 Cloves stj, Ib24 a 25Ib1 Lr.i place, St. Jtj phs. The house ii built in

on next jag to h buiM boat tint the bl t I) G i.tnv! 52 37j a Z ) t'.ie beet manner, with tiding doors, three room
m ii ii.d il; -icotf had quoted, which, led to a tlir'rtly DI'le & Prat't.Per a inH a''i hall floor Kitchen Stable '
to a on a Carriage
the lowest of the 4. '
\ \. iiv w jy if 4y>t n piris Mi. 1 iniy add that stages river.We ;rocnd, > 11 a I11
4hffLt}
conch ision.
B rent I hope) will be well\ the al'-ciiivr Ay:it's-12 bile cotton md : Nutmeq-, Ib 212 2.: Hiuvi and all necessary out-balldings. ia good '
: > tint the! rae with i is they paid by it
fepptiUt2T 5.
In tob.lcco Fjf'ckhm fc Yuua
the HOBS, the! bill to prnti-rt: > ttcr! "I :. Ki: )i lc 'ntrouiU: | to whom it is. n-j i p.itroiMge which tiicy will receive fr JM: our 2 sLKay 4:.: Iirt.horni.-. S IS a 31Ibj "
from i\. Tne above
I the U. S. in Otegoii, was taken up and Uriean 6 .1 7J will be sold very low as the present .
r'v th-tt h<.- Jt'It and tJo t citizens, arid the puoUc! generally.Aiba.'tj I Old
'S !jot : trap hiscsi'tl. croi> N. C. Ib 6 i 7Ib \rter intends Ieat in% the country. .

: -.'l 1 bv eulif his alilin or bf.irtn Mr. Vinton, of O., and Mr. Holmes! o ft [ Pa1rio.A EXPORTS. Loaf, 12 a 14 Persons wishing to have a summer retrt! ; '

?Ti' < :-"v.'ct; f'.iu hUopp'iueuts; I.wiichI* PROVItNCE-Per! Lark John !; / sack:[ l 00) a 1 12 wrier t* all the advantages of'health, sea-bathing; .
S. C., onpo <'i'n' *!! d.d fr.mi hIS ojjji.-jneuis. ??u Laud I ( MUSICAL 3Iousi On \ r\f\ a fiThinz and hunting are enjoyed i'l ._the greatestperfection ,
j treaty i stipulations with Great Britain. The \t : Thursday ;mornin > Alob'mnu-470 b:il-s cotton. t Cart.Gerirun. cwti 5 O*) a 2-3 (i.)
:i" '.' .<'>jify! aij:1 i laleufs, .uknjtvli d_ cd I bill, in these particular- Mr. Holmes said, last Mr. Arthur I\t-r, ut his store NEVI' YORK-Per =!n.) Cord. .a-391 cwt 12 t 01 u58 Y) ; will do well to apply soon to .
m-ch7 '
lo WOOD & CO. 32Water-t.
UJiI'i I.I> iu be ot'a rei* hzh' order.- AOL I : a-ss-rted the rihr of eminent domain.: Mr. near the new .' riIZt caught a mouse, which cotton. Ib 3 iJ :
u if ti.e f his J B-indv.Cns.iac, zA! 250 a 35'J JLost Child. :
ru'.tc-si 'r *eat.li l Holmes also took occasion to reply to Mr.Adams way. Gui, Holland, .11 150 a 173 5
i i-i wuu no 4ttIi'T! rwf jhat ilr. in of the rI I \Ve have been attire.] by aev iral {icrsous UTTiiT I American, sl40\ a12 300 REWARD. .
g araumeat support Spanish
P.''*. n it JMIU..II had t14.t proved his n.ht to till-?. who heard ir, that it could sins with all the .;1tfl LU 1 : I Ram, N. E. gjl 37 a 4Winkey -) LOST OR STOLEN,, from ny plantation en

(j.t. .< \r.] CbeU ftoai the Rect. gai! 24 a 25 CnattaLoGchee. River, t> miles below :?/ '
sc st t\hich melody of the and variety of the ; '
I'* hby! p"of ih) cenifi. Mr. M'Kav reported the bill to i educe canaiy PORT U7 APArA( [liCOL.CLEAIJCD.; :\ Alcohol!, f.ij 62is a 75 Eafauh, a very likely negro child, near three
nrr aic asid ac mocking bird This seems to b a ;
duties on imports and for other purposes. sraiic Tj2 years oi'i. he was missed from the yard late in

liont a iitiocrite) tcrt'i.uie.sulGoierrior The bill! i is similar to that framed bv Mr.Walker. tory, but in the dee of the evidence tint t 7 a 9 the even _: cf the 24th March,a thorough search

of Flu rid,i. it would 5 be found I Ilu has come to u?, it :s difficult to doubt its At nl I 13-Crl:; Alabaini, Allen, for t sue?, Ib! 5 a ? wis made that nijj'it a.d for several successive

ti! i i.tct iLit ji rf7yr;"fi failed to ;>roruje'n (L.n. Houston truth. by T L Mitch-!!. j| !Ib] 12* a 75 days without discovering a trace of his footsteps,

.' % i : ..ue willspeak to-day. 5iii': > Cordjva, Lowell, for New York, bv ; Hyson, Ibi 43" a 1 I 01 which indices mi'jnthathemay have beenStO1eL'i
.a : jp ;rty wtf to d2su-4I5 s Mr. Ii i i... rumored that the President will not Mr. D.'s clerk found the mouse in a '3c Prn-r. ;. Ibi 5, a 73
<- ': ril.istail >IriIJrocj! nirrtujh. That which he had set and'n (tiia circumstance of two men beirg.seea
fmtfi-h ihe papers relative to the disbursement trap overnight, April 22-Schr Mary Eir.er, West, for
the in the woodsnear
c -i n.H-i: who leads th repotti of the of the service fund. about crjnsiniriZ him to the care of jjiimnlkin us. I Balini, l lb! IS a 2) oil same day ti.e settlement;-

d> 'et. Oj (flections and the fpeedn-s secret when (the little fellow, much to his April 22: Bdrk John Brovver, Satton, far S.-ine, Ib 40 a. 5) also favors that opinion.He .
M!.. -- vidf-nc, by E B RJOU.; !! ; I MaJ.T.1, gj l J;) a 3 03 iy a thick Set, full-fcctd. child, rather bovv-
icitcitlirotlgl) and Mr. Ctc1. can Tun XKU: TAUIFF BILL.-One of the .surprise, comnieneed aincin; ; as for his life April 2JSchr Helen! rf-'ars, for New Ctun.p.igne.. dosllO ;IM a 15 00 leed: and kid a thick bushy head ofvhair, and
'.u: tw tiu- (.oiclus4on t114 : Ir. Ilrockcni.i. lie hiri into H cane, and soon found lie -- 5._ 5.- -_ _.. .*-* *"** 5I1eio1s < *" I think
provisions of this bil! is i that in any year i it Put a larja scar upon his wrist produced bV a -
!
hrrj ., :'U-ln'ttn that he l.uJ receiv.-d a shall not yield a revenue sufficient for the ; : very tiacianle. He would take a Lit of AII RIVED. barn. His mrr.e is Reuben, perhaps he misjht '

'' i tin* voles cit in itj.- Sae ofJ 1 ordinary wants of the Goveiriment, the Pres cheese, and sitting upon his hind legs like April 1'-Shr) If-' n, Sear-, fm Hivani. be .11 on Monday next, April 27, at answer to it. If he be s.tole.1, I will paytha ,
J F April 22ichf:; OLivia Churchill fni o'clock, in front of oir oL ce, PEW
above reward for the of the thief
dithefiive. It is Mid would before apprehension
ly imj
*
sAiilt.i i dent shall! be authorized to lay a duty often a t sipiirrel' eat spectators Orleans plej>dntly situated itt the ;
Episcopal
;**. ar.cl if he has been sold I will
I of the Hoti who without the least fear au'l, l then pay thepurchaser
: tncmu fs e per cent on tea and coffee, and to announce I- now stopping April 2.3-Brig Maria L Hi!!, Roger?, fm S-ile positive. Sold by ardonaccoant the
tu'- amount hs paid for him and all for
ve ihe seat to 'lr. B ) 1ofan the fact by procl.im: :ition. to amuse them with a display of his Oria ui. may concern. Terms, Cash. expense' '
with. I will also
furm-hing' ma the.inlbnaation.
act ufro vocal l Brig Tybee, : ricornitck. fin New York. -
S It would from this that tlin > powers. MYERS i; MITCHEL, '
appear projectors reasonable demand fir in elli
lI1UStjCIIth.V acid aid voted deJi.mce Mr. T). that lie had heard him for Ship Cdrola tern, tot Chmrteton, to 2-3 Auc'ior.r-er pay any any ence -.
tu ; j of the new revenue tariff are doubtful : states Rozer& \_o.Steamer ) ? communicated tome, or to Mr. Thomas Lovvry .

(4 proitik ''lun: Was bef'ire them to the
'
naJcoMie, H, ir fire them. There i in also -elf to be a good revenue measure v.by it was. lie escaped on Friday afternoon( :?tc.im *r IVvtona, Crrer, frni Coumbas.St John Adams from ny einlny. all Columbus. Ga., Aprils. 1516.1&2t *.-*

IH! ti'r l'r:1: 1 :.;iii tltt" I'lihire% to obtain)I a disturb it ? but may still be heard fit uteivals in) the aniirVio.i"V.in.in"r: Alb my. OnTin. fin A'baiiv.Mi t he -1th
IH v- for Mr. f>., to hew the ii:retire Does not the whole perceive that partition. Hundreds of persons visited the Boston.! Morton\ ; fm. Columb'ts.tin Coluinbteanier pcrs.i1 having any authority to collect hci.icola( the Tallahassee the Albany, (Ga.). '

dun; to Mr. Cabell. It i* to he found i-i the the Tariff of 1642, now country opeiating so well shop and heard him.-Portland (J/e.) Adv. Stoamsr Uouinb-a! G-nr.i J, fiora CStranisr \ ; and all cfitra'-tj' made in re'crenc>j to paper; will please publi-Ii twice,and forward ac-' .
ac' Committee i,1 f Klections:! which jfl
both for the government and the peopl1 relation thereto, must be made with .

COtt1.q\ j a it jj of si:' Dener.er IL) 'lire C j is to be destroyed s.oley! because it e\tcnd-; ,' How is it/' said one little Miss to another in person. -, :Flour. -
hls' BET/?. bbls.
Western-50 Canal
et once voted to report in favor cflr. protection to domestic industry( ?! No one that John's never afraid, and I am ?" LIST OF VESSELS IN POtlT. establishment will in futureb kept fl/3 J.JLO la-idu fof sale ,-f.now. '
CdLeil :?, by yt
and it \tas only by hard uorkt the undersigned, and he solicits share >
denies that it works SHIPS a
admirably; as a revenue "Because he's got a Roman nose and feels April< J. DAY fc. Co. V .

one oj f the Demociats was induced I measure. It found th* Treasury ban.nipt! ; ; safe ; don't you remember how we rea-l that Cnrolu", St rn. ton, fm Charlecton, patronage. "

oaidus; ; ,iftei? ; ard lo change hi* vote *u i it t: has .supplied; the Treasury to it has always been s.iil: that a Human ktfotcs Charles Ilugpr.-, <.vc Co. JO-EPH bCHROTD. Copartnership.IS ,

as t o cuke a majority in favor of Mr. J5. ; Ifj destro\ers show by the lrovist) fuPnes'C -no danger.* <, Minerva, lirown; 'Jib) ton: ?, for Marseile;, April 2-3, h4. snb cnbere respectfully inform tbeffinend -

aDd tven then, those that I -I I M 1 X-'nglir. Collars Kcwartl. _E. -? and the public thattheyhave taken'-.. ,
composing majaritj mentioned that they doubt their own ;ability k-------- I'robu', DCl -sG 17 ton;, for ILure, .
-- .
into Mr. EtrcENsW. ROGERS. .
contratlicted another the WILL be paid for the apprehension of ojrtr.ership
one to
as to form a revenue system that shall work sowell. 1 :M V.'nsM.Colurnbidii '
why COMMERCIAL. M 399 for"Gorton Negro mm HAYS, who S CHARLES ROGERS & Co. .
Barons they said Mr. K. tould! have .--[Baltimore Amrriran.THK -rrvmin. tons ranaway '.
The| fji ctissjon of this question ing-Eub'-&: Howard and U II '.Vood f Penaacola between the l.'th and 20tli April 7, 13-1G. 5 :" :, ..::

tQ however S huron.Vee'k..., H14 toi>, for Liverpool, March. HAYS is a likely Ne-ro, cf -
j is useless. I have only touciversal OKIGON: BILL, which extends the lilOIXRKS ON THE MARKET.Corro J Div :c Cu. ubout -Six weeks after date, I will apply .- .
23 or 3J years ot age, 5 feet S NOTICE
1ehCt the. conviction of the \Vhi j l laws of Iowa over the territory beyond the \.-There Iw- been a fair demand since Alexander, Lteds, c91 tons, fn: Ilaxre, hiiih, rather stout: can read and Jud2: cf Probate for the County of- '.
'
and' of a 'large number of'i Rocky Mountains, will probably be carried Tuet-dciy, buyers for the Continental markets being MuTier.Da I is a trst rate Steva.; 1 or \Vaiter. It Franklin for letters of administration"* upi thos .

ALs, that Mr. IJrockenbrouRh had through the House of Representatives tc the principal operator Thf decline cf \ intlejlloger ch.tiin-Master.; *, 003, tons, .fm. Liverpool, than probable that h has forged the estate of John'Jenklnsdeceased... B. ELLISON

n a right to (diposse Mr. Cabell I, day. All debate upon the bill is to close at noticed in our Price Current review has not been Solon, Btickrirtm, 540) tons, fin Havre I, : of Mrs. A. M. Dads to a pass, with Analacrucola,'April *, 15 16. '

the majority of the House in so two o'clock. miititbined since, the bulk cf the sales being at D U Wood & Co. hopes to escape to a tree St-te. The -* -

were quihy of cross injustice. I In so far as we can judge of this bill, with I- about previous prices. We make no change in Eben Preble, Perkins, 5Sl> ton, for New with all neces ary expenses will be A Last TVord.I :: '
1 notice loading-.Nour-.e, Stoae 5c Co. his apprehension and delivery to Mrs. business Mr.-Joi. '
the otTer made by Mr. out having seen a copy of it. the palpable; orquotations. HAVING given up my

rejected by Mr. Brockenbrotuhn l j force and meaning of it is to'assert' practij I- LIVEflPOCL CLASSIFICATION. : ,' 'I have known for many years : -
Due da Orleans, Robertson, tons: fin 2i 17-3t LEWIS A. MIDDLETON. as a good mechanic, I solicit for4hicithepatro- '
pirties should submit their j cally our right of sovereignty over the Orei 184(7.( 1S45.Icfrrior Tallahassee the
waiting-I M. \irriit. at andj Apa- of my old customers and the public. I shall .
o to the peorlle that forewarned i gon territory. It extends the jurisdiction of) .... .... .... ....3r a 33 4 a C mberia d, Power, 402 tons, for Advertiser, will publish the above leave nage this place. in.eihtdays, and all persons- '

inowledge of the laws ciiizens Ordintry..6 a fija 4 a 5'NiddIin loading J & Co. and send bill this office.
consequences our not over persons merely 7 Day to _ who are inckbtecTto me-would:confer ant especial .

ularities and negligences of the: J of the United Stales who hare gone to rei Good Middling. .... ....7$ a 7l 5V- a a 5J fi Tiberius Bubee, Sears& Howard.293 ton=, for Boston, and County Taxes. favor by making,immediate payment. Alun1 .

care might have been taken i j side in Oregon, but over the territory als 1. Middling Fair. .. .... ...."t\! a 7. 6'j a (b'J Euclid, Divison, 501 ton, for Liverpool.. hereby iven,that the tmdersisned, settled ac ounts "Will. ba left in.prop r-hand for ,'

d correct exposition of the will The limits of this juri>diciion are not defined Fair..8 a 84 a64 Bugbec o Howard and La Fred E ;( Collector for Franklin County will at collection. _W. CLAWHENCE -

of Florida might have been -except that -it is made to cover all Good Fair..S ai) nominal. Bates. Court House, (Council Chamber,) N. B. D n't be'lafraid ray takintheim neyi .

ncral) impression left on the ; the tetritory belonging to the United States FREIGHTS.-There have been several engagements Maria L tfl Hill, Rogers, 173 tons, fm New on Tuesdiy, Wednesday and out of town-for lows*it alland' mere. too. .*; -
the 2Sth 20th and 30th of April in April n, isifc; <-* w. c. L.3Iolasses. .- ,;
that if Mr. Drockenbrou<;hiJencc on the west side of the Rocky Mountains* in the last two pays for Europe at our quo watttig-Mtster. ; ( -

in his position before Inasmuch as our claim goes to (fifty-four tations. Coastwise there is steady business doing. Tybee, McCorrnifk, 32.0 tons, fm New the' State and.County Taxes due -- ., *& .- '
18 4t5. I have fo ask the favor of a
waitin-MasIer.
:e Florida-if he had not been the law bo held to: O11 TIEKCES/205 bbls.:nnd23 '
to
forty, must operate QUOTATIONS : hhds.cargowii.
eonstious Rebecca C Fi=h"r, Applebv. 222 ton?, for N from the.Ta : pavers of Frank
o that lie was thC nomiiiee of a that line, unless definite boundary i is agreed To Liverpool...'. .... .... ....7-lfidperIb. loading-Dod. e te Pratt. JOHN LUCAS, of schr-.Swan from Havana, nowjanding,1 tt '

%e'as( I am.informed he was,) and not upon speedily between the United Stafes Havre ......... .. ... .......1 1-lfic.( Virginia, Talbot, 349 tons, for Baltimore, SherifTand et-officio Tax Collector. for sale bv [aoriMl] J.' DAY &TCof *

ChOiCe of llle people-he would at and Great Britain.; || New Yurk..... .... .. .. .. .5Sc. || in?-Cha3 Rogers & Co. April IS,-.154G.. lft2cCoffee. TOLER'S Olosaonidn.qtAjlHejling' Batsab;
Boston: .. .5-Sc. ,
DteLve .
Delaware for
''** Borden, 21 1 tons, FalLRiver '
'hlch '11I accepted lb* offer. It was one The bill provides for the erection of forts Providence !.... /! .!....: .! ? in?-Wm T Wood. : J. ft-r Consanptioa, .A thma. ougris,*Liver S'Cernlaint

Lim still ( bonor roMr' Cabell-raise in the Oregon-not merely: trading posts I. ; Gen Wilaon, MmT, 1S3 tons, for New York Rio Coffee, landing from bri? Vir- : arid 'all di.seais of. ththrqatad,

than h liiher in The esteem of lli' friend with temporary fortifications, but permanent i COTTON STATEMENT. 5 Last d 5iitch( -Nour.-e, Stone & Co. ibr sale by _, 1ungstorsieby '

ed ili had ;previously stood-it commnndaj I- fortresses intended for occupancy. Lands --- ye.r. PIeiade>, Carter-23l; tons, fin Boston, is' 7_;_DY fc Co. April 1 1 5 ., IhF... ,1BEtL I ',

aPt'roval of his Stock on hand 1st Sept.. ..'. ....4 3 Master. 1 '
poliiical also f five I -
residence
opponents are to settlers a anti t .
j given ; % Received past 3 riavV.... .... .3.G23 Clover Ss'ecd. Bg:1u J"f:; A\/ J*** fi .: .
?'lpeej Surtl must commend him to the years is required to perfect a title. Here is 'i () ...... ...93,917 T UMBER INSPECTOR. pounds of large Red Northern Clover A XA PC&Vvefyh-eavy LSuwvilleMan.&* |1 *

Fhoriia and confljece of the people of a right of sovereignty in its most complete Total. ...bales 97,3 ID 141DOO JJontcd of Lumber-Having f the for sale by QD\) Co. Bassinjr"3CO coils Bale RopeKf

IQ whom be has thus woccupjwThcre h us sense. Exported past 3 day: ....... ....S5 : Inspector >r H. F. ABEL. fcjrsaleby V V *' %* BtF?
of
Franklin offers
The bill t i is formed the previously......... .65,655 the Undersigned his March 7 r fT.-: J.{ DAY'& C
And l3flflfl evidently upon "'--". Cfi Kl<> 113451On to the public in that capacity, and will $ London Club, Champagne;

Bitjo $ briefly written of the supposition thenotice germinate,tho} f. P : .? : : : I 'all:duties appertaining'to said appointment. ), Regalia. x S&rars.. focrsale by **%* &' ,AGG1NG-OQtohl9, forsaID

by1r.Cabe1I-b is existing convention_ ttlll: be'given.Whctlier. ,, hand Sad on thipboSrd not cleared 31,O36l2G 116.&r 'April, IS AaiBUWsfcfcS8Ute 1S46. EEXJ. LIJC .) '- .* B-S. HA WLEY. .: ,; inarch14 -- D. 13. Vv'OOD'CQ
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B. S. Ha 'ley hisC.-'lentire 'stock, of Drugs, ,**., ,-AT CHAMBERSLdcii2 1846. TVTOTICE-All'pert ns'havuig clMma against onstant1y"trnent ot ; handa Complete
Vleoicines Paint3kOilsGla3OVareV Shop"Fur- 1AJ T.VSkillmani late cf'slid! DRUGS and
county kDj.
Stephen
Circuit Court Franklin County.
; & KEW AND EjrtARGETLESITIOIl. .OF PRESIDENTS ** j V* V -* 'i .'PINE.whjch %
niture. &c.' 'fll comniua tM\bnsmesf atWrtwgsale *""Hezekiah "Nash, ->, ", T** l deceased, requested to presentthelsameduly; ;and of th,. best

&c.of and mfail1 atlhVoTd'stand Vonierof JTater ,1 '*? Vys.. 'Ti; '4 o Petition to fbrcclotb'morts- authenticated/Avithin tlif time prescribed by law, : Merchants anc. lanter quJity.

and Chestnut'stJand be :}*.leave.toJsay tovhisfnends. Sidney, -
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and formerpatrpnsf .tlpeal4isbrnent -Elizabeth A. Ford. 5 very and.alltp'ejrspns. indebted'to said'estate'are Goods: before,purchasing elsewhere- price ij

stock is complete'embractTv' evervarticleusua1ty a'petition has be&n1hisday% filed requested to'i ake'immediate payment, .. .. N. B. Physician's prescriptions rpuv .
: kept in SouthTrn Drugr'SfwesTanil fronrrange- WHEREAS",. office of the Circuit; Court of fr- ;to' "v SILASIDAVENPPRT. Adm'r. TT'OR* the cure Dispepsla or IndigestiSn, BilJL' care and accuracy at any hour of the day o?, *J
4 -, merits recently"effected',will be"regularly.supplied* Franklin County, to foT-eclose mortgage of cerfain ApatfcfiicVlh Apfiri3/1846. V -3m'TCTOTlCE ions and nervous Headache, Constipation, -I--. J.C.ALLE

.. tRPE BOJLXARS. with freshltiple articles.r %',,- ; .-. r' household furnituremade'and; executed in Deca-: SiFrifohthsf-date/Twill apply Diarrahoja,, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flat- March 2 1 .Cor. Centre and Commerce I

: .. Physieian9,..{ laiteis, jCountry .Merchants and tur countjvGeorgia the -2gth 'day'of-Augiisr, JN: to the Hon.. .Probate.lCbu'rt of: Franklin lency, &c. For"Sale wholesale andr'etail, by st3.ISalsam .
: 'i'flE ADDRESSES ANDIESSAGES OF others will 'find.it their'interest to call and 'Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist. of Liverwort.
examine 1S44; and appearing to the satisfactipa of the County, f6Ta,final dfscharge from the administration i REMEDY
U. S. his siocknd'Ices All orders will be Court of the petitioner, that the deceased.! A most perfect ia said now to b*
1. Ly r- r ii L' -JBl ; by the affidavit of theestatc.of,Amory.Ixbgers Tariit's Compound Extract of discovered in settled
: promptly atteridedto inpersonby- .. defendants Sidney Peril and Elizabeth A. Ford '. "' B. T.' CARO, Adhi'r. Consumption, Liver
CLibebs and
4 Fk ni17891o181O.'t' March l1846., v, H.. F. AEELL. reside beyond'i he limits ofthe'State ':ofFlorida: ';--BENJAIN ELLISON, Agent.; ...-- Stands Copayia unrivalled, for its on Complaint the Chrono-Thermal, or any of their system incipient, by symptoms the ,

e l cOrztnpnorof.pxcFiof: / the PrcjjfcjdeQtiit It is ordered.that said defendants do appear'and .Apalachicola;April*ly IS-t6. > 14-6m efficacy it performs Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine us o
; a cure
T6 theHAVINGf'di3posec 'PnbHc tU
within 15
; ;Jl'fl.? ffi$!.
days
iLzeflt3 to Mr. H. F. Abel!, of-this Court, otherwise said petition shall be NOTICE I'shall' apply.to the Judge of AN1 \ or restriction fn diet, pares at 375 BOWERY. Thfs plan of treatment

; cndStdltslicaPlnforY in retiring from the business take occasion to taken confesso provided that due publication Probate, Franklin county, to, be i discharged -4, __1. is necessary. It will be now espoused by several eminent physicians, '; '
;natzon pro ; of the estate of Oliver S\ \ found in valuable,being and has been for a long time, theiecrtt
the
return to the public, my friends and customers, of this order, be made in the Commercial from administration pre- cf the
; my thanks for the patronagVthey' have bestowed Advertiser Apalachicola, once.a week for two C. Raymond, late'of said county, deceased. | pared with the greatest unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
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: t ED\yiNJ.WILIilAMS, upon the establishment while under my control;' months, successively. (A Copy Teste.) -- BEN. F. NOURSE, 1.! possible care, upon well Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderfcl
;_ &c. and I take pleasure in recommending my successor -- WM. VALLEAU, 'Clerk. March 2S, 1945. ,Adtn'r. debinzisnon.7OTlCEKnow tested principle;?, founded cures, which in many, very many cases, ha'V4
upon that important lav/, been almost incredible, but the conclusive
to them of.'their and solicit 16-am proofs
as worthy* patronage, z
jEinbc11ishd1 Presidents April. IS, 1S46. all interested, that
persons first.established by the celebrated the Doctor can bring forward arc irresistible
aid r1 Lhe Scali r. Coth of 4rni. of the for liberally him a continuance extended to;:of[the custom heretofore AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 1C, 1S-1G., ..L six Weeks from, the date of this notice, It .S, Dr. Fordyce, viz: we advise all who may have coughs or siopfo,and
so me.,
Circuit Court. will apply to his, honor the Judge .Probate for colds this
r A' March 1, B- S. HAWLEY. Franklin that a combination of similar even, to use perfect specific Without
IN CHANCERY. the county of Franklin, for'letters of administration remedies wo'yld produce a more certain, delay. "Franklin says a small leak will sink

!;:' mjrVUIUENTS.; ,, To Printers. Alphonse Loubat, upon the"estate'of Stephen T.-Skilirnan, de- speedy, and considerable cticct, than any equivalent big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs beforj a
> ': i f -TheSpeache3: rAddreAnd Messages TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR vs. ceased. '.. SILAS DAVENPORT. dose of. aty single one.' In many cases the your lungs are past cure. For sale by

'V. : ',!*-of the Presidents to Polk. of\the United. States. l from Washington NISHING'WAREHOUSE.rpHE George W. Harrison and Matca- Apalachicola;, March G, 1S4G. 10-Gw disease is entirely prevented by its timely application. J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
; subscribers have opened a new Type ret Emma Harrison, his wife, .- For sale by Apalachicol.CAUTIONThe .
-; 't. ; v 2. A Memoir;. r Biographical Sketch! of eachinhis'Afessae JL Foundry in the city of New York, where David G. Raney and Harriet. NOTICE-Six'' months after date I will apply Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c. genuine Docto.r TAYLOR'

; they are ready to supply,enters to any extent, for Raney, his wife; Joseph Hudson ,- Probate Court' of Franklin County, BALSAM or LIVERWORT, has on the bottle
-i 3.. An actount of-Jnauguration of each any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink,Paper,Cases, Alexander McAlpin and for a final discharge from, the administration and splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun.a

President, and"a Histpr/oXthe principal political Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE, Ogden hlaggerty- Assignees of Bill to fore- office of executor of the estate of David Rich terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any ether j is

& event* of hi;; ad"mmstratrorand} ) of the transactions Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, necessary Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close inort- ardson, deceased. .' vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are

Congress at alieionduring the period for a Printing Oilice. Also second hand Bogart and John Hawthorn, gage on h.ts E. B. WHITMARSH. cautioned not to purchase or deal fn it, asitu j

These sctche3 followirnthe Messages, materials. constituting the firm of Bogart No.s. P and Feb 21,1846.- S-6m protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.

'4&c., of, eahIre3id andwith ihe Message*, The Type which are cut in, imitation of the &, Hawthorn ; David Maitland, } 12 in block -Six months after 'data the under March 21,- 1846. 12-ly

2 'formTng.a: compendious' Pplifical History of the English letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an David S. Kennedy, Henry LaEl, in the NOTICE will apply to the Judge of Probate Tarrant's
-7* :!T United States, for thelast''fifTy-seven with counters, Effervescent Seltzer
; ', years. entirely new set of Matrixes deep vei ty, James S. Branden and city of Ap- for the county of Jackson, for a final settlement
: < 4 Declaration'bf Indepcnderrc&': are warranted to be unsuipassed by any, and will hamilton alachicola. Aperient.
Murray, constituting of the estate of Mary 1'. Gardner, late of said
**$?" :f;. Articles ConI deration.! *# be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished the firm of Branden&, Murray ; county, and a.discharge from the office of Exec TTEALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
.jy& ''6.-Constitution-/of tha.4Jnijed' States, with hand cast." The from foundry Xl and healthful condition of body
by us is types any Crumby and Draper utrix of the ,lat ,will and testament of said de- produced
v J.* Notes and Refer.encesA,; ;,, ,k ? can be matched at this establishment. constituting the firm of ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN, by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
"T.'SA.brler hlslorjr of the1 events and circum- furnished also Steam SELTZER APERIENT.
Engines
Presses
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; Printing Crumby & Draper -- Wilson
; December 2U1S1S. Executrix. Found at Last--A Sure Cure for
S'' staneewhich led to the Union of the States and of the most approved patterns. and Gale, visible This preparation is universally allowed to bu

,. forhiaion of-the Constitution.?*' -&f Composition Rollers cast for Printers. partners of the firm of Wilson, -The undersigned having recently the Files. the most popular remedy of the present day, far
;8.A ynopsi8of the Constitutions of the se- COCKROFT & OVEREND, Gale & Co. and James Brown.T NOTICE as administrator on the estate of PHYSICIANS and Chemists have long been the prevention and cure of Indigestion! BIlLu

; 'eral States. -,._-, ..-, -. |A ., DPC. 13, 1S15. ly CS Ann-st., New-York. appearing to the satisfaction of'the Court, Henry Joscy, late of Jackson county deceased, JL anxious to discover a medicine that would and Liwr Complaints Nervous Weakness, -
3 9rTables theabinet3 of the I cure one of the most troublesomi" fli. nses, the ache, llearti.urn, habitual? Costivenes
that the above named defendants do not reside requests all persons who are indebted to said estate ,&.c.
: various administrations, Ministers to Foreign Baing and Rope. within the State of Florida, but within the to come forward and make immediate payment Piles. Success has at Li** bten the result. Jr.JACKSON'S Travellers and residents in warm clinuleiwilL

'.: ; Countries', and other-principalpuhlic officers 1 ( (\ PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAGG1NG United States; It is therr-fore ordered, that pub ; and those to whom said estate is indebted PILE EMBROCATION net only stops find it a desirable article : it prevents any accumulation
; ;4> MO. ,Chionological Table of'Political' Events in J.J'J ; 50 Coils Rope ; Also, 200 lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser, to present their claims within thp time prescribed all bleeding, allay pnin; and irillaniiuaiion, subdues ot' bile, is portable, and the ir.ethcd cf

ithe United States. :V11.StatisticalTables,-, .: *> %*,. sacks corn, for sale by once a week, for the space of four months, of the by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, that intolerable itching, b'it efll-clttally cures, -preparation is unusually c.iiTfir.ient. Children
3 of Revenue, Commerce BUGBEE fc HOWARD, like a charm, and in a very short time, persons have frequent occasion fur and
Adm'r. gentle
: institution of said suit, requiring them to Marianna, Nov. 4, 1845. [Cm] cooling
td PopulationN12 / "" -'*;'** janS ; No 7, Columbus Block. appear whose lives have hen rcrd'-red: miserable 1'cr pumtives; they will take this' aperient ia -
t pieftr
and the said
to bill of foreclosure
answer on or
A *A Index or-Analytical Table of -The undersigned having recently years. For sale by J C ALLEr, nceto other. Sold wholesale and
: complete NOTICE ? any reattby
Prints Only Spring: SJyJcs, 181C.T before the expiration of that time, or/ said bill of
administrator on the estate Sole for
as Agent Apalachirola.
N vr. J.
Contents whole work.- C. ALLEN
to tho, ** () 1)rut'gi.t, &c.
EE & BREWSTER, 4i Cfdar-strcct, beg will be taken as confessed against them and such Carey W. Josey, late of Jackson county deceased, March 2S, 1S40- 13irnvss.
'TO.AIERIC.tNCTIZENS." I leave to inform Dealers in Dry Good-?, that further order given in the premises as to the requests all persons who are indebted to said estate Drinks, ITIcdicinc's, etc.t .

.!r' rhe publisbefthe'ahove NATION- WORK, they have received and are now exhibiting at Court may seem meet. to come forward and make immediate payment LARGE and fresh supply cf Drugs, Mdi.IA !i.

.' in announcing its coinpleton,\takes the oppor4unity the Warehouse exclusively for Printed Calicoes, (A Copy-Teste.) ; and those to whom said estate is indebted cine*, &c. consisting: in part of thiolit.k\.

to state, that the sale of the same has been 500 cases, comprising all the NEW SPRING WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk. to present their claim? within the time prescribed in articles :-30 dnx Castor Oil, fts, pt?, and iif

: ronmittedto-' agents throughout the Union, STYLES of British, French and American Manufacture March 20, 1S-IG-1 2-4 m_ by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, XCARPA'SACOUSTIC pta; 5 h\s Houck's Panacea ; 10 bxs Olive Oil,

i;.: '4. vvho'areautho'rised;, to" assure subscribers that ; which, in addition to their usual stock, Franklin County. Marianna, ;{o-. 4,1S-15. [Cm] Adm'r. [ OIL! 40 kes Epsom Salts*; 10 bbU! Copperas; la !th<
therewillberiodeviatrdn from the price fixed, renders-their assortment one of the most beautiful FIRST DISTRICT JUSTICE'S COURT.A. THE CNU CURE FOR Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulpl.atc Quinine j 20 d..z

,. 1 namely, FIVE DOLLARS per copy which must be and attractive in the city ; and having JUST G. Semmcs, ) 1\TOl'ICE.-Six months after date, I: will ap- DEAFNESS. London Mustard ; Herbs of all kiwis; 20 l II*

,. considered reasonable for, two5'handsome octavo been purchased for CASH AND SHOUT CREDIT, are vs. > Attachment. iply to the Probate Court of Franklin county Nutmeg**; 15bxs Starch ; 2U LemcnSvrupj

: :, volumes of over seven hundred pages each. offered by the piece or package on the same terms, Aaron B. Marvin. 3npHE for a final discharge from the administration of the cure of DEAFNESS, P.tms, and the 10 kegs Pearluh ; 2 gross SeiiHetz and StxU

.'. rio expense has, been spared jn the preparation at and below manufacturers' prices. defendant is notified of the institution ofX he estate Joseph C. Burdall. FOR of matter from the Ear Also. Powders ; 20 lbs English Calomel ; 20 doz $|.U

of these volumes Documents, History and Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable ELLWOOD KURDSALL. all those disagreeable! noises like tlie buzzing of Turpentine, and a general assortment of all articles ,

.. .. Statistics, -render the sanie worthy the patro- placed iu the hands of buyers. to the April term of said Court.A. Apalachicola, Nov. 1,1515. insects, falling cf water, whixinof steam, &r. in the Drug line, for Country Merchant,
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'; c, not only of Sta'tesmen'and'Legislators, but $3: Purchasers will inform themselves of the G. SEMMES. &.C., which are symptoms of approaching deafness Planters and Phvsicians. For sale by
'-' the inericinjiubiic.generally; who will find state of the market, and be well repaid for an examination March iS. 1S4G._lS-3nr '_ State, Tax Collector's Sale. and also generally attendant with the dis- March 1 H. F. BELL

.. .- M this "TREASUJiy OF POLITICAL' KXOWLEDE, a even if they do not purchase. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six ease. Many persons who have bi-en deaf for tan, -Blank.-5ooks and Stationery.
New York March 3 1S4G. Franklin Superior Court. after date I will expose' to sale at
.nassotinformationi indispensable every intelli- 15-ly fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to Journals &c.
EDGERS, DayBooks,
William
: gent citizen., '> .-' Wright, ?> .. public outcry, opposite the Court House door, lp oar trurnnets. have alter nsinrr one or two L
- I '' ,. .t Former editions :of the? ; .Pr ident' Messages Fine Liquors. vs. v Attachment tor % UUU.' in the City of Apalachicola, county ot fran kiln, bottles; ;, thrown aside( 'their! :trumpet, being made Cotton S() ream Memorandum Foolscap and Books Letter Paper;

'. .: : : rjhvebeen imperfect and incomplete in many respects.which ON CONRIGNA1ENT. received a superior Daniel McDouald. ) he following Lots, lying and being in said City, perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeons highly ;
lot of Liquors, consisting of Siirnett, lIE Defendant and other persons interested the of the following for Ship and River Bills Lading;
; ,have now beeiyremedied, 1st by a T ri* property persons recommended its use. For sale by Letter Press.
P (caftl'comparison. with" bfScial Hocument?, and Cognac atd Pale Cognac Brandy, Holland Gin, are hereby notified of the institution of the Taxes due said State for the year IS 15, as per J C ALLEN, Sole Agent Boooks tor and
Port: Wine Maderia and L. P. Maderia Wine, above suit, and are required to plead accordingly. df City. lllank Bills ol Exchange Checks,
: '2d iiy diligent research, tovsupp'ly the Special; plan March 23 13-lm for Apahehiccb.Cahinct Jut icccived and for sale by
HAWKINS
GEO. S.
: Messages and Addresses omitted, in former ccm'filiations Champagne Wine, &c. ice. for sale at importer's :: : jJJIorIc.s' Owners. | Taxts. March 1 II. F. AGKLL.
f /; The Index,totbe whole work, of subject prices, for cash only, by J. C. SMITH, 2 40 Campbell, $ 20 .Yorlt Slioj _
?, names and dates Is a" new feature of tins March 25 F. KOPMAN. Att'ys for Plaintiff.Apahchicola 0 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 COIS ::- THE .subscriber! is now in readincsa.y'j.1 TAINTS AND OILS-oU kegs No 1 WhUei

3'L. ''edition, which willniake'it.in. valuable for refer March 10, 13-t-l. 4Attachment l9-4m 112 R. McKenzie, 30 to manufacture new, or repair old, l Lead; 200 galls! AVinter Lamp OilV; :; fftii
; *' Boots and Shoes.BOYS' furniture, with promptness and despatch Linseed Oil 5' bxs assorted Glass 5 Ihs Puttv
c ence.- % George S. Hawkins: 7 and 12? Bl Wrn. Mafhew assigns 295 ; 0 ; -
'. 'To' render these ivritings of the American and Men's Russet Brogans, A. G. Scrnmes, Franklin 1 23 Dr. Me-icham, 40 and solicits the patronage r.f his old (paying ; JUO aborted Paint Brushes: ; Clack Lead,
Presidents more valuable's 4 continued National sew'd and eg'd Kip Brogans, Circuit Court, DjnagesJ! 1 J H. N. Morris, SO ) customers, and hopes by strict attention to Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paiut,jn'>t

.History; they are accompanied-with Memoirs of Gents fine Calf Brogans, John T. Smith. l5OO.. 4 14 David Seldon, tt orders to gain some now one.-. received and for sale by

&the Presidents and a7 History'pf the various ad"ministrations. Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do. r HE defenclatit is ereby, notified of the institution 6 and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 GO PETER HOBART. March 1 H. F. ADELL
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, J- Shop in third story of Brick Building, corner -
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: of the above suit by attachment; returnable 2 li'2 1Chittenclen's Estate, 30
The work,is cdifed( and"compiled by 3Ir. EDenerally- Super: Ladies' Gaiter Boots, to the Spring Term, IS 10, of said Court, - JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff Chestnut and Water ats. Nov S. Per flri; 7ielajuora.
Geitlenien'd and fine Calf Boots TUST arrived a beautiful assortment of GenLuJ
: coarse ,
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wINWILL1.tLs\v1iose f rnili rity with our Po'tic at which time he is required to appear and pllid. and ex-Oflicio State Tax Collector. -
A large and extensive assortment, just received, CS'nrZc, Good?, suitable for the season, among wh>camay
.. Wstoy ad'Stafiiica1 Suhjrts A. G. SEMMES, Aty for plfli. Apalachicola, Jan. 24, IS 10.. 4-Gm .
wellknbvrn'tb the.public'and alli-rd a suffi- and for sale by t WM. G. PORTER & Co. Jan. 2, 1S4G. 1-tf BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, be found-
t"are Nov29 -11 Water street. their CONTINUES to on thn I busiJ French Linen check and Sack Coats,
about to close present business i1 carry
for and of
guarantee Jhe accuracy fidelity .. .. .
-- --'-- ---- --- ----- -- BEING Do do do do :
the compilation and accompanying History. now offer for sale their large ; Bess in Autilaciiicola[ two doors beluw'fl.'the D'Orsay ,
.(. Iron, :Nails, &c. Goods. Union Plaid Linen Hunting and Frock Coats,
v-" '= {.. ** EDWARD WALKER, Dry and well selected stock of Clothing, Roots, Shoes, City ilot&l| oa Centre street.Haviiig -
April'11' 'f lH'Tqltdh-sTieet, New-York. 'Cf\ TONS Swede' Iron, assorted sizes, rpii subscribers offer for sale a krsjo and sea- Hat, Caps, &:., at greatly reduced prices for {II _. superior workmen, he i is con Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pants,
/wU. 100 kegs Nails, do. JL bonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in cash cnltj' fident, that all v.ho may patronize him will find Union Plaid 4i "
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities, of $ the French Calf r'lhVhite "
called
: 4Baggi ,and Rope.fr' part COATS : they have at right shop.
A GOOD7 article of Power ;Loom Kentucky 20 Blacksmith. Steel Faced Anvils, Negro Kerspys and Linseys, Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coats; Skin and Morocco) Boofs, or Slices, made to ord. r, Kremlin, fancy and striped Cottopstle Pants,
20 English and American Vises, White and Red Flannels, latent fashion and most White, Linen bosom, and fancy col'd Shirts,
; gan i'd sood; Hoinej for sale by Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do. of the 'approved style. '
20 Bellows
:_3an315' NOURSESTONE & CO. Plain and Fancy Jeans, Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do. All mending, &c., dfinewith' neatne.. and promptitude Super striped Caulbrirk "
12 dozen Spades and Shovels, Double twilled Tweeds, ,5 Tweed cassimere sack and frock do. and on terms that cannot fail to be rf- Palttibaf, Leghorn, Panama,Florence and Cam- 'j

? 'BgII ; a '.I .Rope. 10 Collin'a Axes, Super fancy Casameres, -; .. Kentucky Jeans frock and! dress do. cognised as ia keeping with, tie competition in d.i Straw Hats, -
1 PCS; Kentucky BagginFkt. 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Girds, Super English and French Cloths, trade and the closeness ot the times. Super Calf Boots, Brogans and low-quar. Stoes,
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ioo coils Hope; '30 pcs Hea ans, 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saw?, Whitney Blaykets, 10, 11 and 12 qr. cloth PANTS jLn17 3-tt Buckskin, Cloth, Prunella and Goatskin Gaifcrv ,
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by Duffil Blue.tnd bl'k pants; : Velvet and Mo '
'balesiBaajipngTwine, for sale by Blankets, S, 9 and 10 qrs. Leather Pumps, Slippers, pt
( ** WMG. PORTER &. GO. WM. G. PORTER & Co. Denims, Kremlins and Cottonudes, Super bl'k doeskin ca3s.Pants; Twenty DoSHars \ l.FOR many other Goods-all cheap. >
Nov 29 41 Water street. Plain stripe and fig'd do. do; the of the boy HENRY, F- KOP3IAN -
; Nor59', '"- .; Water. street. Brown Shirting and Sheeting, -t "" apprehension Maicli 23
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: Sattiuett and Tweed do.
,- Cotton Osnaburgs, ; absented himself from this city, on Sat
.On Consignment- FIRKINS For best Sale. Cotton Drilling and Ticking, Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do; ; < urday last, without leave. He is about f 0.years Spring Goods. --1

) BOXES NewyBedfordSperm; Candles, 9(1 Dairy Butterbetter known Linen and Cotton Checks, VESTS : old, six feet high, bullet-headed, and bald on fop JUST arrived per brig M'etamra-
? L/ifor Jsale low for Cashj'by as '"' Latham's Butter? Apply to Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting, Plain black satin Vests; ot"his.head, with an ancient cut over the left eye, Fancy Prints. -English and American, .

.- I :% ;&u-. WM..T. WOOD, Fob! 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co. Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, Fig'd do. do. do; ; -. which, with an impediment in his speech, gives New style and"very superior Ginghams, ,

yov29r v -k'9': '.42 Water reet. On Consignment.rjlHE'Subscriber English, French and American Prints, Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests;, him, when he- attempts to speak, a curious expression China Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses, _
: has just received from the Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, -ALSO- worthy the study of a Lavatcr. 'The Ladies' Fancy Dresses, in pattern,
: ,1 .Garden Seeds.XTARRAJITEDfrpsh JL manufacturers and publishers a beautiful lot Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, White linen and muslin shirts; -'i' -, : above reward will be given for his appr<;her.sion S-10'and 12-4 Musqulto Lace Netting-doubl*

"' ust* received and for of Paper Hangings, Foolscap and Letter Paper, Extra super Muslin de Lame, Figured do. do. do.. -and delivery in this place, and all reasonable expenses and single.
.: -V: sale>y' -. >jC. ALLEN, Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer English, Scotch and American do. Merino shirts and drawers; paid. JOHN JENKINS. .TO pcs plaid and white corded do do. .

; Druist. Books}etc., which he offers very low. Super Italian black and figured Silks, Silk and cotton shirts and drawers; '- Apalachicola, Jan 17, IS 16. 3-tf Ladies'fancy Sun Shades and Parasols,

aticl Rope.iOn Feb 7. F. KOPMAN. Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Rich Ivory and Paper Fan,
Baling: Malta? Xankccii Cotton Seed for sMesflT
and and -Scarfs Figured Muslins, Balzarines and ether
PIECB3neaVycnaon; Kentucky Ba- Super English Pongee Silk Hkfa, ; -
For Sale. English and American Cotton Hkfs, Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton Hose; a e. Goons, for Spring Dresses. j
coiIs% goo'diKentucky Rope.
tJjlULging: ; 500 Silk and.Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and HAVE a few hundred bushels of Yellow Ladle WalkingShoes Buskins and Gaiter*
'Ako.15Oboxes.Tobacdvarious brands, for sale 9fl BIlLS MESS PORK ; 20 J bbls :No. 1 Madras and Verona head HUfe, I
.., .. 2 .XOCKIIART & YOUNG. ,'.-J'J Mackerel; 20 i bbls No 2 Mackerel; 10 Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, Caps; also,"a very large assortment of Boots Nankeen Cotton Seed for sale at two dollars Do black and colored Kid Slippers and Ties
bj.-J *, -' bbls Fultoa Market Beef, for sale by Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings, and Shoes. &c. MILLER & Co. per bushel. This Seed is the growth of seed Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and Duast&'

DflT(1PATT' -- Cotton and Flax Thread, --- imported last year from the island of Malta, in | Straw Bonnetts,

: feb2S 9 40 Water street.v Pln and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins, Printers. the Mediteranean set: ,and were raised and ginned Plain, striped and figured Swiss .and Jack
.3 \Jri (JdlII'ew.Orleans'Sugar. to arrive, Jaconet and Cambric Mulins, TYPE FOUNDRY AND! PRINTERS' FURNISHING on a olantation where no other Cotton crew. Muslins. .

____ '' -.IOQ I s eacxs- Thciofee! ;,5O do Java, ,*- Perfumery.LOGNE Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c. WAREHOUSE. The Seed is'therefore genuine. Samples of the Besides many other articles which the suoscnt*j
: 'A' 4sflponTei, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex- Which have been selected with great care in HHHE subscribers have opened a new TYPE Cotton can bo seen at the office of Messrs. McKay intends to sell very low.

/ 4xsAromaticTobaeDo; C tracKVioleta, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal, New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents JL FoUNDRY in theCity of New York, where & Hartshorna at Apalachicola, and which are ofa March 2S KOPAIA&-

'4 P'ft' *'* 'we. 'i. ctfgddp.ron's: and Labby's, &.c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Roses&.c. of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for superior quality.
:k'4 ,' '#HBW !$f i4 Sperm Qandles' $9 bxs brown Soap, Jan 21 J. C. ALLEN. are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable any kind: of job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases, The Seed can be forwarded by steamboat to Paints'Oils, and Glass.
lOO'bass'5ndt'3p; Ue Pqwder, terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. Galleys, Brass Rule, Steel Column do. Composing Apalachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate GIBSON & CLAP,

'r ..2000 Ibs Lead %caslcsrLinsecd Oil, ,,* ioods on Consignment.A Nov. 29, 1S45. 41 Water street. Sticks, Chases, and every article necessary landing. 0 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS d :

'.' ** )icessVVhite Lead.No li Extra and Pure. SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting o for a Printing Oilice. -.-. REUBEN C.SHORTER.Sr.. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine, Window
*..- (. ; /GIBSON & CLAPP, 22 Water street; have The Type-which are cast in new moulds, from .
POltTER & CQ Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco; Eufauia, Ala., Janucry 27, IS-16. 5-Sw Glass,/tc., -
_' 4 41 Water street. Gunpowder, Brandy, &,c.> is offered at New VJT this day received per schr Helen, frornj exv an entirely new.set,of matrixes with deep counters Will keep constantly on hand a good assO'
YorkInvmce prices, by .- Orleans and offer for sale are warranted be'iinsurpassed by any, and "Sans Sonci," 4 ment of MIXED PAINTS of All colors foir

_ p iUoiais jan3l5" NOURSE, STONE & CO. 200 galls Linseed Oil; 200 lbs Putty; will be sold at prices to suit the times.! RESTAURAUT, BILLIARD AND READINGS Boats,Shipping and Plantation use;together i

? BBLS. NsO.Io1asesjfor sale by 100 Refined Sperm Oil; Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam ROOM, a variety articles iu the painting lme too
.s-4.. L DAY k Co r For Sale* 50 boxes Glass assorted sizes ; .Engines of-'the most approved patterns. Corner Commerce and Centrs Streets. merous to mention. ,

1' ; ( -CBOxES: Roofing Plate, 14 by 20 20 doz boxesFancy.Toilct Soap ; Composition.Rollers cast for Printers.A House,. Sign, and Steam Boat Painting. > |
_ ; SaJdIeryZrSa1at Cost and 0U3o do Tin do 1-3 X, 150 lbs Tremont Starch; Machinist constantly attendance to repair BY R. E. RAIMOND. Glazing, done with neatness and ''despatch -;.

& i. Qliargc,4 50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20, ;. 50 kegs No. 1 White Lead; Presses and do light work. moderate prices, for cash. h
3ti; \TTA.yiNG: 4 ,ion band issotment of Saddles, Braziers' and Sheething Copper, 10 Paris Green; 10 do Chrome do; Editors ,of Newspapers, who will buy three OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed 22 Water street,ApalacbCOlS.iJan. |

--1 : -Undies, &c I fll.disiose of them as ,'I Block Tin, Lead, Iron and Tin'd Bivets, 10 ",* Chrome Yellow ; ,?,., ., ,. times as much type as their bills amount to, may Pickled and in the Shell. -- V 10, 1S45. -

-. ..., < Bucket Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron, 100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c.- *feb2S 9 give the above'six"months' insertion in their papers WELSH RAREBITTS, .

jQa bsniJi'fine Bag and Harness, which will Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and re- ,., .Card. and send their papers containing.'it.to the POACHED EGGS, Iron, Nails, &c. -
: be'oIdf casK.' HEr '. 'tail' by" ftNov. to close our business A in- this place-- subscribers. 1COCKROFT 1- BIRD, SUPPERS. < *\ V*' T HE subscribers have on hand, '

,c. w sKgsy5, 5QJ P. HOBART. .! v ROBERTS-ALLEN & Co. ,. WISHING' prepared to sell our extensive stock fclOVEREND",, GS.Annst.' fjC Private Sup'per Roop is.' wholesale and retail, low for aslr :
-- --- -e-. _NewYorkAus.. IS45. :. : 31.6m'OnConsignment. HOT LUNCH day from 11 to'l. 20tonsassortod'Iron, j 50 kegsaorted'N4
> r. "JL- of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at ,every
!r '/> i vlM'/ : 'Notice1w; ; T.Fii.rotiIing; Waters.AN unusually low prices for cash or city'aeccpt rie ,- S .. Families and visitors supplied with Oysters by 50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut, -
/filS'l f'te&: u yaccoiints of long assortment received i and for sale by the barrel.pr: gallon.. / March 14 Sheet and Boiler Iron, ', ,
|tv V '|ranaip rested will take or 59' ,J.' ALLE.N Druggist. Merchants and 'others visiting this city, will fine 'C)0 CASKS, superior.Rice, now landingfrom. *_ | n_ __--j- _,_-m-_ -.. _; Hollow Ware, a general assortment,, S
l"plr!* ieWiVe: it to their interest to examine -our stock before /w brig-Tybee; and for saleiby '
/ -' r ,/ r-. *. *. ueiy6tic1eand.i -w.-" .-. *, ..e1ve i. .accordingly, or making their purchases. c Feb 21NOURSESTONE; & ,Co.PbrlC .< :: Lumber.TUST .-- Sugar and Coldren Kettles, ,
_ : i RECEIVED per ship JIucon"from Havre'a I STEVENSON &'CO. _, ":-- '--- :' [received 00,000'feet'Yellow'Pine Lum- Cook andParlor.StovesSad.Trons. $.
HOBART. French Boots, madeVby thecel- ** & Beef.' J assorted Also Blacksmith's Tools,Hard\vare, -
Apalachicola, 'Ja .2,1816' *" 3-'tf ', .S, I. her, qualities. ,on hand 00,000
I? brated Hurter '-* .f > .-- ;: ** f '*-*\ .. jaril7 | A Mdsand PtimePork30 bbls. feetfWhite Pine,assorted from | to 2.fnch,.which Britannia and :Jappand Wares, Brass And' ?'

B ft':4: for Casli. March Jf as, L -,- --_-- /MILLAR & Co. *' JRempyaU ,.*., ':1:4 013LS idPriine'Beeffor sale by* will be sold'low;'tor the cash, by Fire'Dogs, Shovels and Tongs,, iV-. *
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'* 'f1 '* from to 20 years of age & CO. have removed their stock of Mar7 1-JDAY & c9., ; \ PETERHOBART. Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boxes i

;f,* ;. *fic. of a horse and Bagging and Rope MILLER Clothing, &c., from the corner !No tumber\xyiU be delivered, from the yard, Marlin Spun Yarn, Manilla and Hemp C0T4"Anchors

11 PCS. very heavy Louisville, Man & of Water and Chestnut streets to the store on Canvassed Hams. after this date unless paid fop, or aWritten order Pitch, Oakum,Tar, Coal Ta
Water-st. 9 Co. Bagging 300 coils Bale Rope, Canvassed Hams, for sale by and Linseed Oil,
; Water street, formerly occupied.by S. B. Hamil 5.CASKS from'a responsible person. March 28 Turpentine Sperm tD- -*
for sale by vyherthey will constantly keep on hand aADECLQTHP I wpcm-5c0, Paints and Brushes,Rigging and PampLc

Z4a Water-st.. Congress Spring; ; IVaier.. I Matte, Pumps and Buckets,
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