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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.

VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1846. [NUMBER 18.


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Apalachicola, Fa.


Januw 10, 1846. 2--3m
II. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NWTON-, Dale County, Ala.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf
REMOVAL.
W. G Mf. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
,1 Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1845.


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Msitus mitcctorstm.


"Nay," said the fair one, "you are such a
vile deceiver, I can hardly believe you."
Hear me swear," said Augustus-" by
yonder moon I swear that you shall have a
half-dozen catfish for breakfast to-morrow;
let the oath be registered."

CHAPTER VII.-The Perjury.
"Take them ; 1 implore thee, take them !"
Blithely the young wife rose on the mor-
row, to breakfast which she deemed would
be happy-Augustus came, in his right
hand be held the string of fish, but were
they catfish ? Stand aghast, ye heavens,
when you hear it; they were perch! Julia
caught one glance-her delicate system
could not stand the shock. 'Perch!" she
wildly cried and sank lifeless to the ground.

CHAPTER VIII.-The Denoument.
"Man's inhumahity to woman, makes countless
thousands mourn."
Sadly they bore her to her long home;
flowers were strewed over her grave and the
face of all her acquaintances were a lugu-
brious aspect. But there was one whom that
sad sight struck down to the earth-it was the
perjured Augustus. Wildly he rushed forth,
and sought consolation in the bowl-it was
not there-and goaded to frenzy, one day
he walked calmly to the Navy Yard, and
enlisted in the marines.
Philadelphia, 1846.
PAUL JONES.-The Charleston Mercury
of a recent date contains the following vin-
dication of the character of Paul Jones,
which has suffered as much from the pre-
judices which foreign paragraphisis implant-
ed in the minds of his own and succeeding
generations, as his private fortunes did from
the disinterested quality of his patriotism.
In our own coruntry-the land for which
that gallant spirit devoted his sleepless en-
ergies-there are many who associate the
memory of John Paul Jones with reckless
daring, sometimes displayed in questionable
enterprizes:-[I[N. O. Picayune.
The fate of Paul Jones, living and dead,
bhas been a strange and a hard one, and con-
tains as many items of injustice as ever fell
to one man's lot. Among the foremost and
most devoted, he plunged into the struggle
of our Revolution, and threw into the com-
mon treasury a soul as heroic, as adventu-
rous, as exhaustless of resources as ever
lived, endless labor, and money to the last
dollar of his fortune. The only naval offi-
cer in the service who showed the intuitive
genius of a great chief, he not only was not
placed where he belonged, at the head of the
navy, but was postponed in rank to a long
string of men who had no reputation and
never acquired any. Engaged in the most
active and successful service, for seven years
hlie not only received not a dollar of pay,
and no rations, but he was almost the whole
time in advance to Congress for money
paid out in repairing his ships and feeding
his crews. From time to time he occupied
himself in giving the Navy Department his
views, full of sound sense and comprehen-
sive system, of the organization of the navy.
But while time has confirmed his views and
led to their adoption, it was not till the world
had forgotten who was their author.
But the most heinous wrong done to Paul
Jones is found in the popular notion of his
character, which seems to have been bor-
rowed from the coarse slanders of the Bri-
tish press, a I, the time he frightened the Isles
from their propriety and put Mistress Bri-
tannia in a paroxysm of terror and rage.
For a half a century be existed in the popu-
lar mind as little better than a successful
ruffian-a big, ferocious savage, with a dia-
bolical eye, whose voice in battle was that
of an enraged tiger, whose soul exulted in
killing men, sinking ships and burning towns.
The friend, correspondent and companion
of Franklin a ruffian! The idolized hero
of the Court of Versailles a savage Never
was there a more rascally caricature. Paul
Jones was a slender man, delicately mould-
ed and organized, handsome, courtly in
manners, with a great love of refined socie-
ty and with qualities to adorn it, given to
writing poetry, and as distinguished through
life for his humanity as his heroism; and it
we consider that, excepting the lion courage
and intuitive genius that God gave him,'he
was in all respects absolutely a self-made
man, the refinement of his manners, the
cultivation of his mind, his comprehensive
and profound knowledge of his profession,

and his power of developing his ideas in lo-
gical order and with rare clearness of ex-
pression, will seem scarcely less marvellous
than the successful daring of his action.
We cannot find in all naval history a hero
with higher and more various plains to ad-
miration than John Paul Jones.
But to the people of the United States he
is something more. He is their fist naval
hcro-he, more than any other, deserved to
be honored as the founder of our navy and
the fount of its inspiration-the tutelar ge-
nius of our wooden walls. He first showed


that success was possible; and 'so unexpect-
ed and astounding was the proof, that all
Europe rang with the capture of the Sera-
pis, as if it had been the downfall of an em-
pire. It was, in fact, the birth of a rival to
the proud Mistress of the Ocean.
USE or TOBAcco.-John Quincy Adams,
in a recent letter, says that in early hfe he
used tobacco, but for more than thirty years
he has discontinued the practice. "I have
often wished," says he, that every individ-
ual of the human race, affected with this
artificial passion, would prevail upon himself
to try, but for three months, the experiment
which I have made, and am sure it would
turn every acre of tobacco land into a wheat
field, and add five years to the average of
human life."
Somebody says that femal s go to meet-
ing on Sunday to see each other's new
dresses and bonnets. That's downright
sEandal. They go to show their own.


Mr. CALHOUN.
The followtving sketch of Mr. Calhoun, It
from the pen of a correspondent of the Bos-
ton Journal-a Whig paper:-
To those who have not seen Mr. Calhoun,
a short sketch may not be unacceptable.
He is a man about 62 years of age-about
six feet in height, though the extreme slen-
derness of his person gives him an appear-
ance of greater height.' His hai is a dark
grey, very thick and very strong; and his
wears it brushed up and standing erect from
his forehead, which is rather long and nar-
row. His features, are I think, the most ex-
pressive I ever saw-and his eye is a living
wonder-no man that I know, possesses so
penetrative a glance. I remarked him a
short time ago...heo Alien was making his
violent attack upon him. although he replied
calmly, and in a few sentences demolished
the arguments of the noisy Ohioan, yet tbhe
unconscious curl of the lip, the contemptu-
ous glance of his eye, and the uneasy shuf-
fling in his chair, plainly demonstrated that
he is a man of naturally quick and sensitive
feelings, and felt annoyed--just as an ele-
phant can be vexed by a mosquito.
His head is rather small-hardly, I be-
lieve, what a phrenologist would call a fine
bead-nor, I understand, is be very remark*
able for phrenological assistance in his ac-
quired greatness-but he is sufficiently great
without it. His dress is always a plain-
black, without ornament of any kind-he
makes no display of jewelry, except a watch
chain and bunch of seals, which he wear
after the old fashion manner. He wears a
plain black military stock, with an upright
caller, and has, 3s you perceive at a glance,
an utter contempt for show or affectation--.
on the contrary, he is careless almost to
slovenliness in the matter of dress, and the
veteran old blue cloak in which he daily
walks to the Senate, looks as if it had done
sufficient service to entitle it to be pension-
ed off for life in the family wardrobe or the
National Institute.
Mr. Calhoun's style of speaking is plain
and unassuming;-he is as terse as Webster,
and depends for effect more on logical argu-
ments than on txropes and flowers of rheto-
ric. He makes no display of action, or the
usual accompanyments of oratory. He sel-
dom moves a foot, but clasps his hands bae
fore him, and proceeds in a loud, man
tone, to grapple with his argument. Wit
him every sentence is, a blow. He has no
dodging-no winding-no appealing to the
passions-no American eagles, "patriot-
ism," and all that kind of thing-but he is
clear and precise in his reasoning, and povrw-
erful in his attack on errors of his oppo-
nents-Who in the present instance, are fis
"friends." He does not descend to person-
ality--but his look expresses indignation
better than words, and his hints of scorn are
sharper than any two edged invective.-
Thus, while referring to the scoffing man-
uer in which his recommendation of a "wiso
and masterly inactivity" had been spoken
of, and assuming that many senators under-
stood by his "mere inaction," the sneering
manner in which he assured those who thus
misconstrued his meaning, that they were
bnt in the horn-book of political science,"
expressed more as he turned round and
spoke it at Hannegan, than an elaborate
half hour's vindication of advice, which all
understood, however they might have rmi*
represented it-.
He only deals with facts, and is essential
ly a practical man. He discards all theo-
ries, and is reported to have a supreme cotr-
tempt for modern metaphysics, deeming
them visionary. If the speech he delivered
yesterday in an hour and a half, had :been
diluted on the Haunegan system, it would
have occupied at least three days.
However we may differ from Mr. 'Cal-
boun in some of his political views, yet al
must confess that he is one of the age, and
his great intellectual precedence is render
ed more admirable by the uniform morality
of his life. I believe that the whispera'of
calumny have never dared to breathe aught
against the purity of his manners. 1He has
neither gambled nor dissipated; but when
exempt for a time from public duties, his
days are spent on his plantation, which is
one of the best in the South, and exhibits
throughout marks of the excellent taste and
the love of agriculture of its proprietor.

Loss or SHm EDGAR.-The ship Edgar,
Capt McManus, from this port bound to
New York, laden with pork, lard and cotton,
has been wrecked on Absecon bar. Sihe
ran ashore on the morning of the 25th ult.
Her crew and passengers were all saved-,
but the ship is a total loss. In regard to
this wreck, we found the following in the
Philadelphia News of the 27th ult.:-
[N. o. Pic.
The Edgar is a new ship of 450 tons bur-
then, built in the latter part of 1844, at
Brunswick, Maine, and owned by Captain
McManus, the father of her commander.
The vessel is insured at Boston. We are


happy to say that 6o lives have been lost.
The cargo will be partly saved, although in
a damaged condition.

FurNY.-A droll fellow was asked by an
old woman to read the newspaper, and taw
king it up, he began as follows- "-Lasit
night, yesterday morning about three o'--
clock in the afternoon, just before breakfast,
a bungry boy about forty years old, bought
a penny custard, and threw it through ,a
stone brict wall made of iron, and jumping
over it fell into a dry mill-pond and was
drowned. About forty years afterwards,
that same day, a high wind blew down the
Dutch church, and killed atn old sow ag4
two dead pigs at Boston, and a d4ut horse
kicked a blind man's eye out."
0^ An arrival from China at NewYoel
brings news, that the treaty with th'is.oun
try was ratified on the 219th De6ember'


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


THE PROUD HEART BROKEN.,
Tell him, tell him, that in the hall,
I was the light of the festival;
Tell him, how proudly I paced the dance,
What powers I bore in a word. or glance,
And how each wave of my careless hand
Seemed a strong spell, like a king's command.
Tell, him, tell him, my lip was wreathed
With a glad, cold smile, when his name was
breathed;
Tell him I laughed with the proud and cold,
In mockery deep, at those days of old,
Those dreams of folly, the fair, the dim,
When my haughty spirit was bowed to him.
But tell him not, tell him not, day by day,
The light of my dark eye blenched away;
Tell him not, how in the hush of night,
His form would rise to my aching sight,
Till my hands were clasped o'er my closed eyes,
To shut out those haunting memories.
Friend gentle friend! thou hast loved me long,
And thy heart is stirred with my wo and wrong,
Oh be it ne'er to the talse one known
That my spirit's worship was his alone,
In my dying heitrt is a gush of pride ;
Tell him not, tell him not, how I died.
Say that I passed, in my flush of power,
A rose, dashed down by a sudden shower;
A string, which burst in the tide of song,
Touched by a hand too full and strong;
A star, that shot trom its lofty sphere,
Losing its lustre and glory here.
MARGUERITE.


B. S. Hawley,
-ACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Cor. Water and Chestnut streets,
April 4 Apalachicola, Fa.
1T. H. & C. n. Anstin,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water Street,


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


I. D. BUGBEE.


HARGROVE HOWARD


2nugbee & Howard,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Block,
Nov. 1, 1845. ApalachicolaFa.
Samuel Schiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
(!3- Pa.rt Wil.r atention paid to ;.uting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
dec20 Apalachicola, Fla.
Joel W. Perry,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Dec 20 Apalachicola, Fa.
J. H. & J.. M. Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. APALACHICOLAi FA.
David G. Haney,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
.No. 43 Water street.
Nov 5. ly Apalachicol-, Fa.


J. B. Brown,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ILL practice in the District Courts of the
United States, and the State Courts of the
Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western
Circuit.
Office in:Tallahassee.


A. G. Seinnies,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
0 Office, Xb. 2 Capt. Simmon's Buibling,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
J. Law)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
8 Will attend punctually the SuperiorCourts
of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of
the South Western, and of the county of Thomas
of the Southern Circuit. mav3
Jolhn Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
ILL practice in the several Courts of the
South-Weste h Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5,1845. 31-tf

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


[From the St Louis Reveille.]
THE PERJURED HUSBAND.
A TALE IN THE MAGAZINE STYLE.
BY JOE MILLER.
CHAPTER 1.-The Introduction.
Coming events cast their shadows before."
"Dear me, Arabella! did you hear that
Augustus Snooks was introduced to Julia
Sniggers, last evening, at Mrs. Fitz Fad-
die's party ?"
La me, you dou't say so?"
"Emily Pumpkin was telling me; she
said old Smashpipes, who you know is as
blind as a bat intended to introduce young
Julius Numbscull and mistook Augustus
for Julius and introduced him to the hand-
some Julia, as his friend Numbscull."
-Happy to have the pleasure of your ac-
quaintace Miss," said Augustus, my friend
Smashpipes has made a mistake, however,
my name is Snooks."
"Indeed! what will Amelia Simpkins
think when she hears it?"
"I guess she won't like it-very singular
introduction wasn't it?"
"Very."


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheapfor Cash,
oct1 Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.,


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


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


U.. F. Nourse, tl. B3. Stone. H. '\. Brooks.
No1rtrse, Stone & Co,"
COMMISSION MERCl11ANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
novL Aalu.6chicola, Fla.
k enjamin Salter,
COMM I S SM N rM E R C -1 AN T,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dsc. l, 1.13.5. Apa.lachicola, Fla.


WM. W. SuIMS.


WasM. VW. CHEEVER.


Advances.
THE undersigned will make liberal advances
on Cotton consigned to his friends in New
York, Boston and Providence.
WM. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.
Advances.
THE subscribers continue, as heretofore, to
Make liberal advances on Cotton consigned
to the address of their friends in Liverpool, New
York or Boston. C. ROGERS & Co.
Oct. 25 41 Water street.


Simss & -heever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
W-- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


CHAPTER II.-The Courtship.
"Alae, the course of tiue love never did
smooth."


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The roseate tint of the setting sun was
gilding the scarlet hair of the beauteous
Julia Sniggers, with its last faint beam, and
the head of beauty shone like a show bottle
in a pharmacutist's window, with a light
behind it. Upon the floor at her feet,
kneeled the young Augustus ; madness was
in his heart, and fury in his eye. "May I
hope, dearest?" enquired be in the agony
of his passion. The beauteous cheek of
the lovely Julia grew white as her pocket
handkerchief, as she tried to hide the in-
tensity of her feeling-"Nay, Augustus,
spare a virgin's young affection," she faint-
ly murmured, "some othertime." "Alas,
is it so," said Augustus, "I never had a
dear gazelle-but no Moore is an enthusi-
ast," said Snooks, calmly rising and reso-
lutely buttoning up his coat-" Julia let us
walk and have some Ice Cream."

CHAPTER IlI.-The Declaration.
"By those bright eyes, like the roe, my love! my
life I love thee !"
Shall it be Vanillia or Lemon ?"
"Vanillia if you please," gently answer-
ed the fascinating gitl.
Bring two vanillias," said Augustus to
the yvaiter.
The ices were brought, and the spoons
were soon put into requisition to convey the
cold comfort to their mouths."
"Cold, cold, is my lot,"' soliloquized
Augustus; "I feed on the ice, and relish
the shivery luxury. Alas! it was not so
ere I knew the idol of my affections!"
Then starting up. hysterically, he inquired,
with intensity, Julia will you be mine?"

CHAPTER IV.-The Acceptance.
She is thine-the word is spoken!'"
Started by the terrible demonstration of
passion, the fair Julia swooned. Alas!"
said Augustus, "she is dead! Ho! burnt
feathers and sal volatile!" shouted he deli-
riously; "to the rescue! to the rescue!"
But the call was unnecessary, slowly the
beauteous Julia opened her bright humid
eyes and smiled: "Oh, August us, how you
frightened me! I think you will be able to
come it!"

CHAPTER V.-The Marriage.
"Bright eyes looked love to eyes which spoke
again!"
The Saloon was crowded, and the guests
were happy. The Rev, Bishop Smith per-
formed the ceremony, 'Wilt thou," in-
quired he of the fair Julia, "take this man
to be thy wedded husband?" The eye of
the maiden acquired a brighter brilliancy,
as she unhesitatingly answered--"I won't
do anything else '

CHAPTER VI.-The Vow.
"'Tis deeply sworn, we will see anon."
Months rolled on, and Augustus and Ju-
lia were happy-economy and neatness pre-
sided over all their domestic arrangements.
"I think." said Julia, one evening at
their usual meal, "I think I should like
some catfish for breakfast; will you get up
: early in the morning -and purchase some?"
SDearest I will," answered the husband.


JeR.eM4uA. DAY.,


I),,N, ISt, J. DAY.


J, Day & Co.,
COM MISSION, ME CHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fa.
'.'- Also, Agents for the ".Etnalr isurane Go."
The "' Protection Insu'rance Co." and the Hart-
fmrd Insurance Co." Hartford Conn
Ls. Fred. E. B1gas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 2 Columbus Block',
D -,-',.- i5. Aoalachicola, Fa.
Harper & ni a O s,
C 1I,.. MISSION MERCH AN T S,
also.
J.1enots for the
-SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of AJ'q York,,
No. 51 Water street,
Nov 1, 1813. Apalachicolna, F.
jEdward l..'.y.
-COIMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRaY GOODS AND GLtOCER[IES,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
Nov 29 Apalachicola, Fa.


Exchange.
T HIE subscribers as Agents for the Bank of
SBrunswick, are prepared to purchase bills on
New York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or
Charleston, and check on New York in sums to
suit purchasers.
Nov25 WM. G. PORTER & Co.


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


L 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.


UV. A. & P. C. KIain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


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


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


Waslington. County.
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
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 eighty acres of land, lying
in Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of
the estate of Jacob A. Blackwell, and to be sold
for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of
- Blackstone and to bb sold for the taxes
for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes'
Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to
be sold for the year 1845.
Also, one hundr-d and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing in Holmes' Valley, levied on as the property
of Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for
the year 1845.
JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff,
and ex-officio State Tax Collector.
March 28, 1846. 13-6m


Nov 29


A\; 1 "l]


:.ri.. .,, F a.

-,
HANT,


WSn. T. Woodl
COMMISSION MERC:
No. 42Water street,


Nov 29.


Apalachicola, Fa.


ALBERT ODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Prattf
)SHIPPING &*COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. 22 Apalachicola, Fa.


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


J. W. HAMMOND.


WILLIADM DICKEY.


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


Thos. L. iitclhel,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AN
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,
Nov. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


D


H. R. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTT.
No. 22 Water-street,
: sept ly Apalachicola.


Havana Segars.
50 000 bBEST Havana Segars, for sale
I by WOOD & Co,
April 4 32 Water st.
Per Octavia from New Orleans.
RECEIVED as above a choice selection of
Family Groceries and Provisions; also, a
fre-h supply of Spring and Summer Clothing,
made up in the latest style, for sale by
IGIBSON & CLAPP,

March 21 22 Water street.


Myers & Ritchel,
CO31M MISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36 Water-street,


HIenry Hodges,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
22 Water street APALACHICOLA, Fa.


Nov 15.


Apalachicola, Fa.


ALVA WYLIE, WM. A. McKENZIE.
Wylie & A cKenzie,*
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No..42 Water street,
Sept. 1,-1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Michael A. .1yers,
AUCTI'ON-EtER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT. '
No. 36, Water street,
.Nov. 1, 1815. Apalachicola, Fla.


H. R. WooD.


P. W. CULLENT.


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


ILLS of the'Commercial Bank of Macoh re.
ceived at par for Goods at the lowest cash
prices, by
March 21 B. ELLISON & Co.
Rope,
30 0 OILS, for sale by
L 0 marchl4 Dl B WOOD & 00C.


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plrofeussional notices.









[LFr.-,ni i Nv I 'No.o.k,,,--L..;r t-April 21,] ted States receive in the policy which is now a rope of good size was next attached and.
.4I6 Day_ l!:l r f.rc-ii.c.l l 'o|.e. "- beeing.developed in England. hauled up by Thompson,-finally a block,
Ai'LIVAL OF TIHE WfEAiER CALEDONIA. TRE- BRITIsH TARIF.-The "great and which being fastened to the top of the Light
The Sieanmer Criled.,ni., arrive, at Bost'o" comprehensive measures" of Sir Robert- House, and having a rope rdve through it,
,5q- e 'd. evening si\len d:,IVfi'olj Liver-- Peef, has passed through another stage in enabled tile crew to ha'ul up a, ,'0uple of
rokl. :: its progress 1tow-rtls its', legislative, finale, men, by whose aid Thompson was safely
Our file., uh~hnr h Re 10 ilie 4:\> iii., fr'om The second;: reading. afier a week's debate, landed on terra firm. The Indians had at-
LiverpooI and I he 3d I'Im Lrndon, were. was carried by a majiorit~ybf.88, which Was tempted to reach him by means of'the
fi-w1i'.l-Y Hiv K^-rec .,\',r ihe Lm .." Island a diminution ,of 9. as compared with the lightning rod, to which they had attached
.Raihrocid, arriving here this t morn-ing9at five first great parliamet'tary division that follow- thongs of' buckskin, but otAd not succeed
S0'clo6.k. 0 ed.its~introduction into the House of Corn- in getting more tIian half way up.'
: eTh? -Ootton market," more especially, is nlnr, .. : '
laboring under ti e general de- COMMERCIAL.-T'he.commercial accounts ffMnlfS TnT Dmi') tt
laborsing uner the './ o'the g rld-from all parts of' The country are despond-UI1II !At 0l M M E
Thel q unonlimlfriends of Sir -Robert Peel ing and gloomy. With the solitary excep-
tel him icinn idl., ( qc;.--, ..7. th lt he is fall- ti on of the Ironu rade, in which great activi- AP A OC IOO .,, SATURDA., MAY 2, 184.
i -- h u hi5 d ivsi anr numbered. but hie ty prevails,.owing to temporary causes, there (j Tha following gentlemen are authorized
Sbluntir theS'npr by.v preferring to, the noble is not a branch of .manufacturing industry Agents for the COMME3RCIAL ADVrRTISER, and will
. c'atise i wl~i he" wil faili-he caos e of wh ich is not suffering more or less under receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise.
li;era3ioZ ile iin.!I-irV :1,1d, coianiM,- -e ofthe paralysis. ments:-
COLuntrV 1-Tronh i6 Cn ci.i3 Of pro- T'EssRS. MASON & TurrLE, 38 William St-eet,
e ... underwhin A.R AT CHARXOTTESVILL, (VA)- New York.
*. ..tef rede'nh hsb Death of a Student.-We learn by yester- DAvrD BRAVO, Esq., NWew1 Orleans.
y ~WK. W. CHFWER, Esq., Albany, GAf.
Very little- hias b[ei srid about the Ore- day's Richmond papers that a riot occurred JAMEST1. WILSoNEsq.,Fort Gaines, Ga.
'gbn qgesiiun. -,. in MessrS. Raymond, & Co.'s Menagerie, Major JACK HARDmAN, Eufaula, Ala.
TIlff w'ir advoc, tsls nlf the London Mmrn-""-
ing Chromnle have Io%,ere~l.their tone, and ehbi (tiug at Charlottesville, between the (^ About fifteen speeches -n pamphlet
'h-e-in if t)lk po'ixinL'ly rf ihie nlvantig,,40of students a(d the keepers, which resulted in form, on the Oregon and other questions,
f'ee rah.de and Il i-w,,thltsrpes of Oregon. the death of one of the students. The fol- came to us by yesterday's mail For all of
Car-'^ne,- offrindian 'Corn n're dnilv !L;r~iin;hi In-, i~ lette-r to thei Einq irpr sep i "to be o- usb etrdysmi. Fo al of
't a,'Biie oplndia Cor a-ted ,ltl,'es'.:, Iowlni letter to the Enqi Irer seems to be which our hearty, thanks aro given to our
Ild I i0Ie 11thtrit fi'siive teen released from a"n anthectic accotynt of the fatal affray very attentive Senators in Congress, Messrs.
l11n,-, ,,nv l,,'e, i,,lr the Tln,,,)Tv order Dm IIin-.tie- performances, .and j0st as WESTCOTT and YULEE.
- alreah ,,i-pn-;n,.,l. Shops for its exclusive one.of th. manaershad .enteredthe cae But these are as the dust in the balance
tei,ii.,dle i e? e,n. oil,,,.;i in n.-ny of the wAh 'he li~n, tiger, leopard and cougar, t h
1,1r._2 ti,,,,is. and the A W,,nii,, mude.of" s,,n,.of the audience approaehed near the compared to the thankswe- bwe the Hon.
; us~r; it;-is ~ne,':lv a.,,'|in.-.i.. cage, and were cautioned by one of the JAMES D..WESTCOTT, for fire invaluable
Thd l,),, which hinns n~v,-r ii~ine-i men attached .to I he'eMnagerie fiot to do present of the "Narrative of Capt. Fre-
>. so,: as serious consequences might ensue to
as. siXm Weelltlastori-h Ilm the he person in the cage wih the wild easts t' Exploring Expedition." We'll keep
d \rk,:st of all. 1"0*le tl*h'e most [ ra! e pe r S o6ie'word8 ensui d between lhe keeper and the book alway, as a mark of our very high
Of :111l~s l l. ITUflel-i th~e most fay o -a blI& 6,'""f ew"^or t"~~ Sens ~ ci me per ainu
circ,iim-.cncps, tlhinesc-ems littlechance of rneor mor'0f them pressing on to 'the -perso4alregard for our able a~nd distin-
sit-iijS hIIe new tariff on tIli statute books cage, when, w one f Ihe ltter struck lhe gushed Senator. We'can't even lend it;
bel;re the end of il IV. sneper twiceowith" -cane or slick, and he so ne of-our-borrowing friends need apply.
'The utlli United States prevents'goods from going two Or three pelrsons, one of whom hey- Tf'i NEw-YoRKn ILLUSTRATED MAOA- -
Iforv.in!, a-l nd will great lessen i9 l ,.e w t er "aferwards SpO, a word, and d ed ZeiNe.-The May number of this periodical
last I'iihr at about 12 o'clock his name is
o.of.d'ut-ies in the United-States fo he first Io 2o'l comes to us considerably improved in typo-
halfof hi. yest, soth ththe apprehensionn -vel,"' from Alabama. Two others were
Of war is, almost as hbd as war itself. Seriously injured, and are now. at the M~on- graphical appearance. The contents of the d
'A Leieds, on' Tne;l iv, the rotracted, ticello House, Messrs. Johnson and Wil- number are varied and interesting; and take 0
stagn:iinn ,_: ue.i?.l prices to give'way; but li'mson, and another Mr. Waring, less the Magazine all in all, it is as worthy of I
in- town, as well, as in .I-uddersfield, the injured. .... patronage as any of the periodicals of the n
tl'.,,lL. It Iies-pnt. is prineci'pilly -by orders "W while these things were taking place, ( Em f -1
Sfrom ^p.\,itc i tile elei'|,,in entered the crowd, throwing dy. Each number cumlus four well exe-
'" ThI C, r, ,nrkhet,."pendin'x he dischs- hi's prohos, is about, to dri-ve, the people cuted steel engravings. Price, $3 per ann. 1
si.r..s oi I ho G ,i from, the ring. Cries of lhorror-arose on a.ll L. L1,BREE, Editor; WM. TATLOR, Pub- 0
1i' n f I o ( ~ : li ; It A c h e m e i s l k e e w e p m y d w t
.all' lh P1 iuI.e ,n ,r),i-<,e in a complete sides; some were paralyzed wiihf ear, and lishe-,.2 Astor Ho use, New-York. n
6l. ol" s~tagnation. *priees- vary but littlee, could not.h moe" or, be moved by their
SI l" ft ~t ,Iyrat on P io i tar b t i- Iie fie n ils. lM -en,!a'ying aw itw ere, dead o n the t
an 1 p 1)ites mirly pir,.lu0,,e fr',,,n h tn,I to ground:; Me.lygs it wre, na on the ()[F' The irgular monthly meeting of the
'lnIulh t0aa.tisfv. heutl'..ownL immllne.dille. r.e- Iro.und-t lehuge eleprin the drivings out..I lie n .-Apalachicola Temperance Society" will
qnireiii~~n'n ; '^" '* people; the keepor-im the lion's cage; men '' '"o^"-ti i
O~ir I' ,n th~rpr conrepoh,1,,nt,*'f. I, ler date pale with fear; the women shrieking; chil- a1o piac. at the M hodist Church, on e
oflthr 23il, hil,.."asays,!he e if.,.,iioh from drea andservants crying out, that the wild Monday. evening next. It were almost un-
(.-ermainy to th~e tU,,i].,,>_.t.l o S ihi ve;,r beasts' had broken rrom their cages, and necessary, however, to mention the fact for i
woni, ld .,re .,.n vry ,r,:..,. it" it It ,|l'-oct. were upon them, and. each person anxious ou community is so *einPl~ically' a tem-
b,'en th ,t ihi.m Orv n ,'a esltion dtitters r ie to mAke iq s,.-ape, presented a scene which u o e a tem
S i .i few woul desire to witness. No damage rance one, and these meetings areso anx-
fro,n6 .?,,1) 1 i12, -1 1 fIhy I'er awar.,-W 1-6t'w nes No (;m g o
N,,tilr o') inipu',-iri-p f',,r Fra-nce. "wa doneto aty-person, except what resu.l- iously anticipated and universally attended,
Sp.,i,' appei It, lhe on he m ri n orf'-al-,,iwir led frmn a blow given, by oneof ihelkeepers. that the first Mond,,y evening ofeachi month
I T-he magi'slrates have committed to the jail is fixed- in the memory of. all, as a time t
lioni,are ,Ira-ill Spiido,>wln to the grave three 'persons helon,-irlo,to the. menagerie, when they inay hear good temperan.ce ad-
e ol n i n,,.. to 0 UP'nd.errgo flirther exam nationn"
P.1 BLIAMF:NT.r.LT-'Enish pnlHitftsc6cTn- The Enquirer states that the man who dresses from the basement, and cheering
*.itre, ai ilte' present momrent, in Iwo mea- sri-ruck the fatal blow escaped and secreted cold water songs from the gallery. t
.... .. We need say nothing of the success
.stne,. l.he E,ghs1 Tariff and te [rish Co, himself until Monday morning, when he
erino,1 l)ill ; the- b'ane,:niIIl asitidote o6f the, L .U which has crowned the effortsof his socie- 1
6vernmen. The I mor i-. isure I is i"..s-. was recogmzed il -ie cars at the Junction, ty, and the influence it has exercised over a
.r.-.ly :iss il,,l, : d l. in iiiil, with m ,,l'h w'as insiann ly .arrested, and brought down a h ie morals it "a wis e I
Irce', :bv ,*1, ,pp,., i,,n; f,)r it- i.'oc~ ds prisoner to Richmond. His name is said to f r g.
.,ii,., iin,.:i(l, re]u..n ,ni (r, e~v-y prici- b George Nutter.'Baltore Sun. .sufficient to' refer tie reader (o the com-
pie of cililf liberty-1hat of p"u ,in lie -l 0 merits of the Grand Jury upon this-subject,
it h I ey nt .. i,,,,i 0 The followings fro mn the Charles- in their Presentments, which will be found m
oppo;id b y oeci-ulk-ofnthe B ris.1 ,1 '1 l, ,. ono Ening, fws, and is"true: in to-day's paper. -Praise from such a
ope'Key i b, shurue. fsthe roishi,,I ', d ,.1,,m
puriinn otf the Kn.-jiih Li ne'ls in Parli a "An, incident occurred at' the Key Bis- source is a-Probation, indeed."
nment. A~rangrydebatertook plu on lhe c'yVne Light House dilring the Florida war. o
evening. of Tuesday, y he-n dthis meorsutre which is perhaps woxth recording.. The PASSAGE OF THE NOTICE. B
c m.,,ne l)lore.th~e HI-),I-,n, and' a inli'- ma. Light was ept y a man naed Thompson The resolution of Mr. Crittenden-slight- i
jnriiyvof3 ilnla-toleral,lYl1hon- ,'affirm, -Ti l s nly ompanion being an old negro i amended by Mr. Johnson, of Md.,- b
ed tii.t' il slioild i:,Le p,e e4- t. ,,f lhe ta- man, they both lived' in a small house near"-
rift. Our L'olign,;.,r,... t',,l ,l,, mt "e Light ',House.-, One evemngi about passed the .Senate, on the 16th uh.., by a h
miler Th.,t Ii e Iiv? not sro ic 'to p''sue the dusk, they discovered a parly of some fif- vote of 40 to 14-instead of-42 to 14, as sta- b
subject finriher; bur. ,s ,_ |,H,lip s .i~l, lhe tee or twenty Indianscreeping upon them, ted in our last,itwo Senanors not voting; a
interest of th'li,' ,,,,i;,m-nn:v tlehateS sitn,c~e upon which 'they immediately retreated in- M,.r. Co1quitt, of Ga., sick and Mr. Yulee J'<
SourlI~s i< ,livi,le,,| hpw,.tn H!,P m').-,r ifer to r he:Light Hou se, carrying with them a Kno
s bee cli r, ilea ; h finr- drfioo.n,,n. thl.e Irish keg of gunpowder, 4with. tfeir guns and' of Fa., absent o a matrimoial visit to ft
-pegple. :: .. a-.,munitinn. From the windows of the Kentucky. Il
-* SirRnbehr)Peel.'onnhipevpnin~ofThumrs- Lib1h1 Hou-se, Thompson fired Upon them The following is the preamble and resolu, rr
day, prpol)ed a vote o['lhan,,Ls I, t!,_e hmi,!in severI times--Zbtu the momaert he would auorsnthNtieobegvn-l
arras,. which he did i,n the' hi.iesr- r of* show ]firselif t a window the glasses would tio, auhrsn the. Noic to e gie c: t
eloqtp en,.e and i mp .- i~n,lu feeling s. : ]hi be insfi lly riddledl with rifle balls,, and he W e e s y t e c n e lo o c u e
.....~m ,- :he le wa-i fn '-ir .-n had no atternarive but to Hie close. The In- the twentieth day of Octolber, eighteen s,
wi^l"ctsndf-hs. Tecmmadr-n ,di:.n,eanwhile getting out of patience at hundred and eighteen, between theUnited h.
.- che a,. ih >"ve n,-,^ ar lo be-***>* able to force the door, which ^^ (Aec n h moteU,
ehiefain.I h t o vt.,n, P r -., _ e T hrpeo had be t-. n .l collec -ed pites of" lA n d m eo ric a t rt and thIng ft elani-
L" ord;"'Ie'):n~!e:,,i":It ipv :::" :e.,i]( :i a~ peitLi o )w-o----r- whc--ngp"ed is ted o for the period of ten years, ahd afterwa~rds fl
; ih yhri.~"iirv,-fpoeto x tdstfr 0 "^ eso ient"' indefinitel) exteded arid cotntinued in force u
n .pliw i i-iii bin tri .'m u niru h ted ob tas e iet y another convention of the, same pa'rlies, tF
min h)hete, cleI; h' a a"^ e -,I a is t thslait'c.-_co,,du,:ii,,3to the lantern, nt0 o nclu ed he sixth day of August, i the
his-sple~en,'li.i l;,h"rtilp, EnT| of -Drrb~y which. Thom) ;ihloa~ sple~ len II iin ye irs.am laorn 0 u- pelled t'rtea. From this too, thev were dred and twventy-Seven, it was agreed, that s(
der dtse,,<..e h ,s d,.e,',n~,,in., it is salid, to fi aly d~ri.en..by the e,,c,o:t.hin flames, arny country that may be-clai~med by either h:
le v i ,i i ,,ra.K n w~ y no- and were forced to eio t id -.. n: .t.he a. para .rty on the northwest coast of A m erica .
<|pr ~ ~ lo li Yn.-" in- 'h H I^ fI p t. w'll, l-ii.-h v].. ,, n t,-ore th'an three- westward of the^Stony or Rocky mountains,
i 'n .....-L s ot ords. 'f et i,- "' ,q .... ,l.,,.t o. now com monly ca ledtne Oregon territory, '" **] JJiLlliIU I~''l Utl qlL,-
wlipn ilhe btll *.1.1.Ps jBte (.o nm itt,.-. .het Ie .. ..e ne qhoutd now n _ln 1 Wisc n" i' J-a .. 't
p ro x iP ,s 1 pc e r. o u r re ad e rs aire "ro b ab l ., as fro m .a c h -i m tney so m e fi flte e n .o r .tw e n ty 's h u 'in w ,t it s h rb o r s, oay s ... .
,''ae avair not-i c^ J f lrn ee; land the feet above t.!)e Li.:h1 Hou~se. These twoi creeks, and. the navigation of all rivers fo
l head tff, the house of -Der~b.v bi'aves'disalie- men had to lie in .this SltUaton .some sev~en-l:I1" ,thnt e some, ,be nre. and open" to it,


-. 6 - 1--: j .... .. 1-1-'1- 1 t ... ... -:] ) n.i tlle vessels, citizens and subl c so h w
lade andI lthe_ s. m.ei- :rfi .of,m any personal con- -1 1N At-ral u 2 bove the ground,,, wih a blazing' ,jects of' the two w
ift, f"r, ,:e roasting them on one side, and the Powers, but without prejudice to any.claim in
aeasuent- whinthe ei-in oflife,-oU).t. q Idians ol (h'e other mb racrlg every occa which either of the parties i iiienght ha'veto an(
itdl~stwh hish the W th m n sio~n. ootneas hane pry :VinerY; body;? wasi h!" d tneonmpart of said country; and withtis
-. ,-5.t ii- "n -e "e il, exii. m t "oI) -'t he Ti The nerro" i t rther provigion.in the second article of the.
P .lirliain pnt ine Oil the %) ,"t ."n, llirarv," I"' 0 I H l n "i"" in- f ,
-and tIl, lp.,,ni ;,, o AA ril 'fin~ls that tr l, 1ca ,ll ,I, 1,l exposing i him sall-waskille1.l whilst( said convention of the six h -of A ugu t, A
tariff has'onl., dv an ,1c d to the second i.-. : I i T h Toinl';i. received ,.vern h,.ll. in his fe (, i :* htlieen hundred and iweniyv-ev'n. tlhat ir .
i u 1 snow uncer ainwhether "which he had projected- be-onl t he wall.. either,`arty night abrogate and annul said my
1u@.. 1It]s now unreoaatn wleter IIP. lli- 'edto death, in a fit o convention, on giving due notice of twelve pill
seque.nt star ,-s can be so accelerated as to f) I n -espera- "
l tlll-tio". Thompson seized tire keg ofupow- nohs to the otber contracting paryt ,u
l a u n h t e h i l i t w t h R o s e f ( n k l e n 6. / A n d W h e r e a s i t n a s n o w b e c o m e d e s i r a -
fore ParliamentadjoGurnsforihe Ea tsier ho der which he had still preserved .o keep it--, .... l a o n
idavs '. ,me~ 6 ". ,- ,,,,_) the hands of~the enemy, "ad ,lh,ew it ?ble that the respective claims eof the.United m
n 'into the blazing Light 'House, hoping to States a-ndGie.il Britain should be definite- t
F P I- E, T.i -E N'F C The 0- 1-r- lyIettledand thatsaid te
,,- =,FR TRDE.-N lRAa:cE-The Oh,""- end his own sufferings and destroy the sa- IY settledd, and that said territory may no te,
vaieur ,i r'atworu .. n.u.u-4 ,[t e ci,,nl l vli- r : few Mo .ments it explode ,b longer than need be remain subject to -the
m e at of a re tt -a-le ei .te- ,-gue a Bt : th w a w r o t e e n a evil co nseq uen ,es o f lth e d ivid ed alle- .i ance' 6c
"N EW MN k OVI.C Powi:n.-,A n,.v mrwhine,.theexphosion took place otof he top of the of its American and British population, and fill
has Geen viwr% bv a C l I""5-"],o1i 1 1" II [) Light"i-xi rue as tIh)li,.,I it had been fired t lhe -nifwion al, d conflict of national pre
V -fre .. I:" "
French inoimiite. The.I ii,,,- s i, ". from agnn n The effect of the concussion jurisdictions, dangerous to the .cherished aft
Trembley, who einph)ys. ,ir obfiiing ro.- .was'to ihrovw down the blazing mateialsIe-!pece and good understanding of the two w.
tary, jiioll. two c,;m'l-ine, engineses, one i'vel with the ground, so -as to" prd el ta. cottnries-. ..h.
Moved by steam of water, and thie other, hv Subsidencie of the flames and Thopsn: Wtth a view, therefore, that steps be ta-
sta M e lier. he ;-I, I ,t.i,. s of Ilii-s w;,< p )',niilp-, el) remain exein t from its, ke for the abro atlon oft lhe-"said convert-. .
.en2ziue are-- a sovin- of 50 per vent il fuel, infl at.nve. Bel. ire d.iv lhe -Indians were ,tion of the sixtb of August, eighneen hun- wi
ai it suffices to ie.,t one e,,ine for in:iki,,.g a,,,) "The ), inI, left on, was dred and tenty seven, in the mode pre- su(
both work. -[The expense nl* either i,, Mill. I to, I le-of tIecati
b.t wo -e. e e o _- n .l 1 throwoff'11 body of the He-)scribed' in its second article, and that the I
-'he en-,ire oeenupies distilled, waterwlnch AI ro, while strength ,vas yet left him, and' attention *of the government of both coun- coM
returns coisianilv 10 |!)P boiler ;111,11 thii8'h f. it- pilrified. :tries may be ihe more earnestly and irem e- gov
will preve tihilie doi,!riclive erfeie o sa- 111 of te
p"l pr"e ''e ".,iruclive f. ps Th explosion of the powder was heard diately directed to renewed efforts for the of
"water on tire iron sheets of iie boiler on board.of a Revenue CGtter, som-e dis- amicable settlement of all their differencess the
*.. t. F : TUUr: wiT' Ta : UNITED STwhTES. ,ce off'.Which immediately proceeded to and disputes in respect to said territory- sto
"-- A ve' a l or~l!'.. ,he su .t of F ree... l.. he s|<) o ascerin,. whir. l',. oc,curred-, Resolved by the Senae and, House of Rep-lo w
Tradle between tlhe UMied States and E, n- wlien theev founI the Light House burht resentatives of the United States of Auierica
lan ,I, ap )ears in the L ,on,lii I%.,rning Ch 'ro,- and the0 keeper i:tbnve on top of it. V arious in -Congress A assembled, .That thelPresidentit
tcle-ent-of n hetooli respIectaMea lhIh- expedients were ..e-uored to to get. him !,of the United.States be, aInd lhe is hereby ide
Iv-tali.entvI nwsl):l'ipers in t1his colu try. down ; aind finally a kite was iiadeanm i ra ,l i ailili,,riztd, at his discretion, 1to give to-the a f
-h1 writer shows tlhe concessiomis wfiel)li (ue wiih a strq'ng twine; and so Il incnuvr,,d aq British Goverriment the. uotice reqiiied by corn
agricultral and other produce of the Uui- to bring lhle line wilhia bis reach, .n which] its said second article for the abiogation of feni


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the said convention of the sixth of Augu
eighteen hundred .and twenty-seven.
The resolution was transmitted to
House. and was rejected b, that body.
On the 2.ist, the House appointed a Co
mittee, consisting of Messrs. C. 1. Ingers
Owen and Hilliard, to confer with the S
ate on the disagreeing votes between
two Houses, On the resolution giving
Notice to Great Britain.
In the Senate, after some little discuss
between Mr. Allen and Mr. Calhoun, it v
agreed, by ballot, to.appoint a Commit
to meet the one on. the part of the Hou
consisting of Messrs. Be'rrien, Corwin a
Haywood, all of whom were opposed to
ceding from the ameadnrmit passed by t
Senate. As Mr. Hilliard of the Hoc
Committee'was known to be in favor ofr
Senate resolution, it was presumable ti
four out of the'six conferees would sust-
it; in which event there was but little dou
the House would accept !he Report of t
OCrntbitte e, and that (he notice would p-
in tde form proposed' by the Senate.
UNITED STATES SENATE.
MsR. ALLEN AND MR. CRIT'TENDEIC---
interesting scene occurred in the Senate
the. 16h ultimo. Mr. Johnson'p'amen
meant to the House resolutions 6f .Noti
was read to the Senate, and various amen
ments to The amendment were offered
different Senatoirs-among whom was Al
AMlen-all-of which we're'negatived. Aft
the question 'was taken on Mr, Johnson
amendment, and passed by a vote of 30
24, Mr. Allen arose, and in his usual blu
tearing, knock-down manner, proceeded
defend the position assumed by the Pres
dent on the Oregon question ; pronouncE
thle highest encomiums upon the House
Representatives for the unparalleled unan
mily with which they had passed their rest
lution of Notice; said the Senate shou
have paid greater respect to the sentimtpe
of the House; and went on at -ength to d
ounce the resolution which had just passe
the Senate, characterizing it as weak, tim
and paltry, and charging the. Senate wit
an attempt to skulk behind the bush, evade
responsibility and throw it all upon the Pr
sident. in concluding his patriotic harangi
ie boasted that he had on a former occasion
stood alone. in the Senate, on a great que,
tion, and on this he "would stand alone
and die alone, rather' than pass an act s
undignified, aud humiliating to the court
ry ..
This speech of Mr. Allen's was but lhtl
relished by the Senators who had voted fo
he amendment. The charge against a lhrg
majority of the Senate of a want of firmhes
and a disposition to dodge responsibility.
pronounced in such a domineering, arrow
gant and presumptive manner, were not t
be listened to and borne in silence by ths
majority. As soon as Mr. Allen had take
his seat, Mr. Crittenden arose, and wit
much indignation, replied to the "Achilles
rf the Senate, inflicting upon him such
corching. withering rebuke ror his sell
important and dictatorial spirit, as will lon
e remembered by the belligerent and hot
eaniled Ohioan. The severity of the re
uke was only surpassed by its justness
nd the gratification it afforded a large ma
ority of Senators. Mr. Allen made an ef
mf at replication, but with very little grace
r he did not see the justice of the repri
hand he had received, he evidently sa\\
tat it was appreciated by nearly the whol
ena~te ; and after making two oxr three-un
successful attempts at explanation, he t~oo
Sis seat, if not: really humbled, at least wit]
muchi cooler head bhan he had taken th(
our. If Mr. Crittenden had left any thin
udo ne in taming the would-be dictator o
he Senate, the passage of Mr. Johnson'
solution, by which Mr. Allen found-himn
eif in a minority of fourteen to forty, mus
ave completed the work
[For the Commer'cial Advertiser.
[s. EDrTOR :-- '
You were right in saying, in your notice of mn
rmer-eomomunication, that the citation of a" few
eros of expenditure by our present City Council
as made to illustrate, by recent acts still fresh


h therminds of the people, a position I had taken
nd not for the purpose of singling them out aq
e especial objects, of crimination and censure
nd your correspondent ',"A Citizen" does me
Istic in 9upp,,srng,'ghal one of th& objecs o
y communication. is "to abuse and excite the
ublic mind against the present Council." Had
ich a purpose been my object, I should have had
o difficulty in holding up to public view the
elancholy spectacle, always afforded by the con-
mfplation' ofa government, over a suffering com-
nnity,'committed to handsincapable of judi.
ously x% lhr,.i its powers. The opportunity ol
[ ilq the minds of all thinking pzrson with ap.-
ehension. by presenting to them, as heads of
kirsmen vo6id of the knowledge and experience
anted l'.-.r d.chargin" with benefit to the people
1 ordinary duties-of civil life, would have beet,
> favorableto have been foregone, if I, had
shed to'expose our Council to contempt. Jf
c-h had been~vithin the scope of my corrmuni-
tion, I would have pointed oupt. th~e peril to a
immunity arising lcrom persons undertaking to
yern it,.in very arluois times, who.are devoid
the capacity and influence for making the'evil
ey resist, or the good rthey'elEct tdther-under.
od)gr appreciated, by their constituents.- If
wering, our Council in public e-simation'bad
en my object, instead. of citing, with a view to
?tify them with a false principleof le, i station,
ew acts of it. members, which any'menimight
rnmit, I would -hve .rawn up a drivelling de-
1c,-a then; thereby admitting what, for obvi.


ust, ous reasons, it ought never to be voluntarily con- upon the member 'and their "ii...tnl; an )-
ceded, had taken place.T, .. putters would re he p -Concil ay
thf Such a course would have beei, in conformity, t, prior to the tezppiatiotis tbh*,Jheld o tgo'
with popular prejudice, for"-t is a common opin- do wrQng; but the te-de*- t t ice to
)m- .oio, that the'catie of dimarielactioR with the city. n ke members appropriate'to 1teit Opra ue (he
ot! government springs trom. its mal-6tainriitration public money, pad tO mala them a4Wdy liberal
en.- rather, than from any defect, i.the cialer. ut" in dispensing- it'llo othew haer en .palpably, ex
the in, ascribing their grievances to the 'inefficiency or hibited in soe 6"f th a.ti20009- their predeceo.
t dishonesty of their rulers the people have evident- s.. Om It.l, alolV '. pIrsued bj' thir Ice-
ly mistaken the true cause of the difficulty, Act- or$ unless a. new organization of .ou; municipal
ing upon this delusion, they have uniformly and government'should pait it out olftb.i.pjoyr.
ion unwisely applied the wrong remedy; and, in con- It ita admitted that in .thee ilkifio of the
was sequence, instead of removing, have affixed the eperationfofageverntet-Bniligleitlatire and
tee more firmly the evils that encompass and opp-ess executive duties. in one 'w .'lthe 'agufMiit to
ise, them. Change of men has bn the constant wrong'are mere implications u AF Miruncon;
and cry, and every new election ha; een "a change of ufare they not sufficient,to conbitio.i.tB one
re-. the.whole or'a portion 6f the City'Council; but that there dre.murces of erils incidefind inevi-
the no alteration of measures---no substantial benefit table to the system ?. ? .other--p'ro Ite` re-
followed : whatever men, of whatever partly, were qbfred it wotld be a at (asy matter o po int to
u elected, the same course was pursed, the same niiIerotu ct#, showing that it M tieertain te-
ha abuses practiced, the same results, followed, ency -'of such an union l 'combine the largest
ht Looking beyond acti that implied a want of fa.ith possible expentlitn're with the least utility and re-
asn fulness and nprightness-:"a disgraceful moral de,. sponsibility; but as it is ever an ujigpbal task to
ubt linquency on the part of' those who have'admin, dwell. too minihutely on tienfritieafroi, b man
the istered our mranicipal affairs, altogether too broad nature, and it is not necemsy to ngrargument, I
ass. and sweeping-I sought, and fancyJ I have found, willipast themt ver. ""
the true and legitimate source of uraffliction in Apalachicota, frm its geographicM position at
the defective nature of the government under the outlets .fa great river, pervading &fertile and
which these culers acted. Considering that f highly cultivated"'country; from it its eri'
An reform is to be effected, the energies of peo- aduttagieg^ its great and increaa.pg.. commerce,
o.n ple must be directed t6 more than a mereochange 'ought reasonably to be expected to increasee in
id- of men, I haw endeavored to cal their attention wealth and.population." 4Bat alI OheW bletmings it
ice to the defects in the stftcture and org-anitation -of POwesabiti 'cM DO-t* the whole countrX;,*ll
id- the system, as ;the true,, primary and efficient lhe advantages of sitsati6;, .all;the ivJuptry'atnd.
by cause of moat'of the e#ils and abuses of which "enterprize of- its inlabitants *reitAlized .by
fr. they have so peraevertingly..and energetically the de.spotism and impolicy d rin'nicipalnrle.
complained. "T le city .h declined from the p.lstion it once
e In prsuit"t o "his object, I have undertaken an ^epiand <.ontinnes to dellne.^.-opplation
examination of the character and structure of our it W p .t ,e ..o J, w _c_
to municipal form of government, and shall endeav. ,it s connected, and -upo.g.bich it i9.dependlnt.
is- or to point out wherein it is incosistent with and intwithstan -g # .pwrfs of a .grat .hta-
to recognized and cherished principles of repnblian np have increased .oumr f6od lwdoehtriedIo/o
si- institutions, and wherein it is incompatible, in its ^rd of the t[lmber it on)tained zt hThe tiAHmb
prsentca."ter iveiit into operationL. Real estate,
ed practical workings, with the interest, safety and pre ot racenttpatidna deal e .
th noe'. ,ifute- ha' 8 .oiae
of welfare cof the citizen. th 0t^oaystaebddpe I'tD
of welfare th cie. "one fourth its-former atne; nimeroes hoses le
31- 1 regret that in my former communicatin my U nafte red; all kinds of properly are 7= d
o- purpose s-hould have been so indisiinctly defined, -with loathin and disgt y'their Oropriet ;
Id that I -hould have subjected myself to the.charge .s. quantities have been'abanAmed fc4e t-
nt of assailin g men, where my.object was. sinply to collector; and the annual appearance of this offi-
e- direct attention to the evils arising.from false -er compels nearly e ery ma to ask himself the
ed principles. As the most prominent of these-in q-e-t-on,.vhetlerrnohehad tterfivfoeseape
id our charte:-, ,i, Ps already mentioned, the ,nloW h enoros taxaton to hich I'm is~sbjected.
of executiv- and legislative power in the Council, More decisive proof cannot be aaltded of the de-
de and as thi. .B the chief som'cekf th? ev,-under -solution practically prodtrceLby ai unsuitable
which we -..bor, I .hAll direct the attention rBnd oppi 4, ive, gnvernment.,or o4l4lhe extent to
e- of your reach erS to a further consideration of the which thtiio~ttndless gifts, 4o`t1-'`.may be ren-
ae- subject. T'.is political tRonsrosity is the true .dered 16'_atory by the long con~in4d exirtenco
)n emblem of de spotism, for it is fooded upon prin- of-ech a goverranefit- '-,. AXATUS.
s- ciples not only adverse to thA,,e recggized'by ..,-
e, democratic sta;'esmen, but by ail republicans, and SuB,TR-XAlB. T.-'-The N. -.T. Express
so even by most rn lonarchists el -the present day. In' *say-;--, The Cli.beri 'of Gomn.. erce" yes-
.. terday rt,ockiup -and acfed 41 the R-Ub-
- the early ages o.f politicalliberty soperaltion was ', n _." ,, Sub"
n- 'Z? -Treasur'hill-af d by i "th ntanImous con-
deplored, fortthe maxim, "Qdpe rncipptpa--l ^ren.eof ge.,.6...le,2 f _h p.' ie., as
eu leis habt t,gorem," (The command of the we arenormed. lhe bil;a hands is con-
Emperor, has the force of law-v,) excited the deep demned as.-rano as, ;aI iinpracl able itn
or disapprobation of .the Roman j'isi. It is so ad& execution.. Tb'eyv appdiintjd.acoinmiiiee lo
e verse to the spirit .and genius of ,oar institutions make ai busineks'rt port ul*6%flhis measure,
s8 that every one must "e convinced, no government, an8-i"s conseqtwni-e : io trade commerce,
Y, in this country-wittherstate or municipal.caa, business, in geneiia, ibe-banks-and Curren-
bssey 'fy10 : ebothry. From that committee
D- be administered secessfully and" satifa -orily we expect an able and luciddbusiness re-
to that does not exIlud1e this printiple from its con- ort--ie that wtil he, instrqerive to Cono
at stitution. So thoroughly is thi recogniied that gre98,,.arinfluent ;-thioug'onl lhecou"try,
n it is scarcely supposible any mancould be found, 'N. Y. SToK MAfKT-.-The Gazette.
h of sound mind, who would not contend that th.e aays-The6downward tender-cy in the stock
legisl-five authority should notbeplac-ed in hands market sill conftues,. an(Ilin. facl seller.*
distinct from the legislative; and accordiagly, I are oo eager that iley, Kiviiy' wait until a
a find neither of your cIrrespondenrt!a in replying bidder is done-speaking oti Ocept his.effer-
to my communication, alludes to'ft. Inddrsibfe. The Exi)ess it.e s ed.tate says--

1 as the principle unquestionably isi disgusting as The- foreigo-, news -froth, E urop, and
t- it must be to the intelligent and pathoic, and from Mexico, bitl more pIrlii'ciarly, l-the re..
- prejudicil as it is c6rfsidered to the interestsof' port in the' money iMarkei article oe the
a. all classes thie strange anomaly isprewnted that Lond~ n '[ties, that <(^ especial message'
.~~~ ~~ .. .'.from 'lhe. Qu~een- was %oon e*peldo
,- its practice by our City Councdi ts daily tol rated,- A Pm r t-npe, ae lca a tier d oe
ii. ,. ,. ,American W fars; have had a fOrious effect:
f. ard has been tolerated ever since the .establish- pon t sek market at he panic" i&
. meat of our present charter. unchei~cked. '-Every thisu eo wo ntn tber
i- Let it not be said thaft tlhe scale ont wfifoh the is a great id~al o-f fri-ht ahioirg business men.'
w unfurl of legislative and executive functions in our, It will be seen that the sounix Str~t. Stocks
e Council operates is so diminutive that Ri'bhs'e- suffer as 'i4 afs lhe radiceS"..7 ".
quences are too inconsideratile for notice. Be" The; Philadelph~ia Ch'ronicle says-.
"sides, that nothmng ought to be regarded'as trivial "Paper of (he very best elass, feto!h ini this)
k or unimportant that involves a sacrifice-of frue city andI in New V~ork~,-i3takty selling at 12
principle, the impositions and oppression? 'esult- ps ur cent ther mearts Tif ankos dibcunt ,r
e ing from a tyrannical form of government :may be obi ged-,, to ;' I i, r r,' a u b a h efir me (an willy) lorge bsmears
Sas gr'eat, and, indeed, are commonly greater to ( pa;per:, fully half w hat ia offered. **
f individuals in'a village thaan in an .empir~e.. Thlat :' !"
sthe practice, under the principle, is/deemed of i.0o]^ WITHeOUT WItKIN.G.-The jMag
_ some magnitude, by members of the City Council, ne6l{:. Telegraph.. is."caaus'tng .great wonder-
t i sufiienlyproed y he acs'aducd how meat throughout the cotintrv ,amougst (he
i. suf1 etlpoe by the fat adduceds, w- rural population, of whonn nianv anecdotes
ting how prompt they are' to availl themselves of' are.. tl,. W1 f it.,d, the fot.ow"'"g^in'aeoun-e
its advantages;, and that it" m~ut be prejudicial to :try newspaper.: -- "'-:* -'"' *.. ,.-*
the interests of the city results from'the kvown Last "week, w -are informed,.a youn*'
cupidity of human nature ... "The law is the per,.. Genius froni a northern lown', who hiad been
Y fe')ion of hua n wiSsdom,"'and on~elofditsenraxi ditulrbgeted nhOis asriciiliuoralr[lelrhetentby.


~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~e -.' ..... .,;;'-'-;. ;,,.-_ .eptb-Walked into ihe raI4 road' house
tion that it will not su er him to b'e judge, juror "1 aled it lle r I I IoIe
h or.witness in arcase in whi h .he is interested to ril whs ge. and inquired w,-en .lhe tele- ..
, any ayppreciable value- the tithe of a cent for.in '. ,-would" be alo ng." Some m ischiev2
o ", ,. -, .. -.. ous boys, seeing a chance for, port-
- stance-lest he should perjure himself an wrong -ravely informed 'him thai it was about time
his neighbour. The reason of the interdiction is6 for Ft; but that h would liave t -took sharpy
e equally applicable to. the exclusionx o( a legislator. lo ..ee'%t,, it wentl-by 8i 69 qu-4'P-assigned bu
from a participption in the pecuniary interests of a station on a. w. d pil, and 'ditecled him
e the objects of his legislation. "In the present, to fasten'his eye along a 'dlreol line between,
. state of things in our city, persons may be led to two of e I. Our. pil osopher obeyed
... a slru c lio n~s, a n d s hiv e rim iug r th e'a "ftr
1 obtain seats in the Council with the express, ob- fnihor foles', a id shisvi e s[i(Jfoe
> n hour or less" with "his' eyes tfaied orn
e ject of m aking'm o ney out ot the city treasury. V aca t itnd -h. s _. ," e/ .
~~~~~Y -.and ',, hu s h) d slt'tI Sowly r re li ng
- .Reasoning from the known imperfect ion of human' from," pole to 6e401e,"to Ihe ho small muse-
* nature, the powers of the Council may be cbhsid. 'uent 'of the bvsianders. His patiience ,]at-
- ered an inducement for a public creditor to enter .last gav 9.way, and wilh much'.iod gnat on,.
f 'it, who, in order to insure to himself a continu- lie ex-claimned: ,*.
ance~of a high rate of interest an 'his bonds, may .2tvg0^ blee ja are ti(elsr
Suppose measures of economy calculated to enable ,m ," ": '_W -""-'-;, :
' the city to pay off those bonds. ,The Council mayy u thatg- esir. o* h' s has given "
holdout emptatins to pRr,3on-3 of different busi. iS i I ?uctr; did "ounot see'i "' ,- "
ness pursiit9 to unite in sec-uring each others See it: dcdii-n'd! Th"re 'ai"'-'l -othin*,
election to it, with the view 60 supplying, from ,passed beie~en'ihem posts,'ii bow."
fheir re-_pective butinesesa, the whole wants of *' .ost cer'lainly there haa"" Yea mwts
the. city government. It need no elaborate argu-, have wnkIed or you'd ha' .o'it spilling
mee.ntIto shew .that in this cmise, as each would be -fre as it snappedd past about -fire minutes-
de;Irous off receiving From the- city treasury the /,, '. ...,: ) ...v :
.... 1-.,Wall oolnk w'onse",- sidourJl~ro,,
most his peculiar, business would authorise, he ,,1b 1 w^ -rd- d a ou..d. ,o-, ,
would noatriskJthe opposi.nn of others by oppo- A thought ,t?"A,,[id ,e pow "' ". v"u Who.'
sing their fpecunar interests. With these-i, turned home diea-p.-n-ed- -- thai?
ducements to ehter the Council, and'these prine'i-. the next lime he wt(iidlook.yrtlQout winking.,..
I)les of acrinn and aeeotmmnodation pErvading the '.rf",. '
members, the watchful umird o"ver the city (reas- 0fss' A young lly:haA g:t gaged to v-
.ry, and th:e strict scrutiny. over the'work per. m.arried took occas .,a to change ber mindg
' f o r m e d a n d m a t e r i a l s f u r n i s h e d .f o r c t y i' u r p o s e s j )da ; e u t o h s -',- s i _
would be entirely subverted. -In eir pce a tai y',replied -her (ed"hat eaa
careless, reckless squandering.of'rhe public money dote, as it is'i.only a beau bt."


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Athmneum.
N" OTICE is hereby given, that having dis-
charged John Adams from my employ, all
debts due the .tlheneum," must be paid to me,
no other person having any authority to collect
the samte ; 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 undersigrned, and he solicits a share
of the public patronage.
JOSEPH SCHROTD.
Apalachicola, April 25, 1846.


M classes,
211TIERCES, 205 bbls and 28 hhds. cargo
211of"schr. Swan from Havana, now landing,
for sale by [april 11] J. DAY & Co;
Was~iingtou CoftOky.
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
W ILL be sold on the second Mon.day in Sep-
tember next, (14th) at the Court-house
door, at Roache's Bluff, in Washington county,
within the usual hours of sale,"thq following pro-
perty, to wit:
Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lying
in Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of
the estate of Jacob A. Plackwelt, and to be sold
for the taxes for'the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty'acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hitllevied on as the property of
- Bladkstone, and "to be sold for the taxes
for the year -1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes'
Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes fo-r I he year 1845.
Also, fbory acres of land, lying on Bear Cretk,
levied on a-s 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" Valle. '!evied on as the property
of Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for. tbe taxes for
the year 1845.
JOHN' W. COOK, Sheriff,
and ex-officio State Tax Collector.
March 28, 1 416. -P 13-.i.
Havana ScgarIs.
es B S Havana Se.ars, for salo
OuUW by WOOD &&Co,
Anril 4 32 Water st.
ILLS of the Commercial Bank of Macon re-
ceived .as p fo"y':odds at, the lowest cash
prices, by .. '' '
March 21 B.-IL SI-ON & Ca.


Molasses.
5'ft BBLS. N. 0. Molasses, for sale by
OU March7 J. DAY & Co
Saddlery for Sale at Cost and
Charges.
I.AVING on hand an assortment of Saddles,
T Blidles, &c. &&c I will dispose of them as
abc-ve for cash. /
Ovi hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will
be sold for cash.
March 28 P. HOBART.


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ors. It cannot be carried away to the north or to estate of Samuel Simpson, for $100 50, for city
the west-it belongs here and will abide here. !scrip held by said'estate. Whereupon Mr. Day
It becomes, therefore, peculiarly the duty of those offered the following resolution, which was
who have fixed their 'homes here to give their adopted:
especial attention to the procurement and subse- Resolved, That the Mayor be, and he is hereby
quent husbanding of this donation, instructed to issue a city due bill, receivable for
Another subject., ,relating to the trade and pros- (axes, without interest, for the amount ot sundry
perity of this ci'tyv, has attraetdt and engaged our notes held by the estate of Samuel Simpson, de-
attention during. our session. We allude to the ceased, against the city.
subject of Roads. It is certainly a matter of Mr. Day also offered the following resolution,
wonder and 'remark that a city exporting over which was adopted :
one hundred and fifty thousand bales of Cotton, Resolved, That the Tax Collector be instructed
and employing the amount of capital that is in- to reduce the taxes on all town lots lying between
vested here, has no avenue of ingress except by Commerce street and Broad street and north of
water. The wilderness and the swamps, impe- Fulton street, and on all town lots lying between
rious and impenetrable, surround us. Certainly, Broad and Locust street and north of Fulton
the consideration of this subject must bring re- street, one dollar on each lot, and on all town
preach npon a population which ought to be im- lots lying west of Locust street, fifty cents on
b'aed with American spirit and enterprise. But, each lot.
besides the shame that should attach to our citi- The Council then adjourned.
zens for their neglect or want of public spirit in .11 1 ,, ,,, ,'r"
this matter, there is a large interest to the pro- MA'RRIED,
perty-holder-the merchant and the mechanic- Wickland, near Bardstown. Nelson county,
involved in the completion of good Roads con- t W n
necting our city with the interior, which ought, Kentucky, on the 7th April, by the Rev. Mr. Smith,
it nothing else will, prompt all of us to efficientI Hon. DAVID L. YULEE, of Florida, to Miss
action on, the subject. It is now fully ascertained' NANNIE C. WICKLIFFE, daughter of Hion.
that large settlements are being made in the Charles A. Wicklifiee, late Postmaster General of
southern part of Gadsden county, and all that is the United States.
requisite in order to induce a large retail trade ---
from that -section, is to form a convenient con-
nection between this city and thIe country on the CO M 0I M E R I L._
opposite side of the Bay.
No town can enlarge and prosper without a re- REMARKS ON THE MARKET.
tail trade to support it, and our experience of COTTON.-In onr Price Current of Tuesday, we
the last few years, in this city, since the laborers rtnticed the arrival of the Unicorn accounts, and
have been withdrawn from the temporary em- sales subsequent to theit reception, at about Jc.
ployment of erecting brick buildings on Water Since then we 'have received the Cale-
street, convinces us, in our rapidly diminishing n
population, that something besides the transit of donia's accounts to the 4thi of April, and these
cotton through the city, is necessary to sustain its have. still farther depressed the market, making a
prosperity. At this moment, w,'ith the lights of decline on both steamer accounts of about |c.
experience before us, it is surprising that some To-day there has been but little done. as but few
portion of the annual tax of ten thousand dollars, holders are wilting to sell at this reduction in price.
paid by this city for some years back, has not' e a ourquotations to conform as near as pos-
beert appropriated to opening Roads into the in- W a .. to cnoms nerso;
terior and facilitating the' introduction of a retail sible to the present state of the market.
trade into thecity. In the opinion of the Grand LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
Jury, ten thousand dollars expended by the city 1846. 1S45.
in opening a good communication with the coun- Inferior ........... ....*- a 5J 4J a 4J
try on the opposite side of the Bay, would, in one Ordinary ..... .........65J a 61 5 a 5j
year, be abundantly remunerated to the citizens Middling ...............6Q a 6Q 65a 5J
in the reduced prices of marketing-th'e multi- Good Middling ......... a 6 I a 6
plication of retailers, and the consequ.ent increase Middling Fair............ 7J a 7 -- a 6
.of tax-payers. The citizens, even upon the oodFair ..............8.'.87 a 87 nominal.
northern boundary of Gadsden county, would find FRIGHTS.-We have no change to notice since
it more convenient to travel here by land--seven- FIKs-- W e a o e
ty to eighty miles-than to travel twenty-eight our last.
miles to Chattahoochee and incur then the un- QUOTATIONS:
certanties and 'expense of a steam boat convey- To Liverpool. ................ ..-16d per lb.
"4 Havre ... ................. 1 1-16c. c"
ance. Besides all this, with good road to Quin- New York ............ .... 5-8c. "
cy, we would be sure of a tri-weekly mail at Bo.ton ...................... 5-8c. "
small expense to theGovernment. But arg-ument Providence ..................5-8c. "
is superfluous on a subject so plain and obvious GROCERIEs.--Without any change in our qiiota-
to every comprehension.tion's we have to notice a quiet stifle of the market.
We would, therefore, resp ctrully suggest to
the City Council the pr.o;priety of only paying the There is a good demand for leading articles in a
interest on the city debt this year-retrenching retail way. We have no wholesale operations to
all oth,.r less important expenditures and appro- report.
priating, with judiciousn-ess and proper forecast,
any. surplus revenue in the city treasury towards COTTON STATEMENT. Last
the completion of this paramount object. As re- year.
gards the city debt, it has been suggested that a Stock on hand Ist Sept .. .4 3
very judicious application of the school fund Received past 3 (lays .......... 2,039
might be made by buying up 1he citv bonds with 66 previously ......... 93,189
the proceeds of the sales -of the school lands. Reported past 3 taysl..........3,121
The s i_,_.-lr.n seems plausible enongh, as it previously .......... 70,205
places the School fund in the hands ol those who Total...........- 73,326124368
are now and ever will be the beneficiaries of it.
It is also recommended that the County Com. 'On hand an.d onshipboard not cleared 27,156 22132
missioners correspond with the proprietors of the
Forbes' Purchase, and ascertain what donation EXPORTS O OFTTON FROM APALAOHIOOLA
they will make in land or money towardsopening Commencing 1st September, 1845-and same
Roads into the interior, under direction of our time in 1844.
County Commisqionets--that they also correspond Past |Previ- ,roAi L at
with individuals in Ga'd-den County, in order to wm .1 EXPORTED. dayslonsly. 1 Iseason
induce, if practicable, co-operation from that Liverpool ............ ..1387 19932 .21319-34454
county in the proposed work. Have ...................... ...... ...... 2587
The Grand Jury present as a matter of great Nantz ...................... ...... ...... .. 1279
and im m ediate im portance, the w ant o'f a secure T rieste ............... ..... ......... .2187
place for keeping the public records and papers, oa .. ... .... .. .... .. .. .. 2121
and ulrge upon the County Commissioners the Other ports ........... ........ 950 ...950 ..1490'
duty of providing.such a location as would com- Total to Fof. Ports. -.137 3882 .22269 .44411
bine safety with' public convenience. New York ........... .. 505 .25693 23198 .33409
The Grand Jury take great pleasure in bearing Boston ............... ...... 1 131 .11321 .24659
testimony to the able and impartial manner in Phiadencei.......... .: .......2440 ..4 ..82047
which your Honor has administered justice dur- Baltiaorel............. .. 832 ...1662 ..2494 ..1494
ing the Term-to the courtesy and diligence of New Orleans ......... ...... .. 2337 ..2337 ..8243
the Solicitor, ard to the attention and faithfulness Other ports.......... .. 397 ..1643 ..2040- ..1607
of the Sheriff of the County. Tot Coastwise.... 1734.49323 51057.79950
S. H. HARTSHORNE, Foreman. Total C t e ~ ---T23 .0 7
b o 'V; Sevmour TOTAL-- AS. ............. .73326 124368


For New-York.
THE BRIG LINE.of New York Packets nave
have commenced their regular tnri for the
season, and will hereafter be diapttchad! every
Monday as follows:
Brig#. Captains. Tonage. Timer of mailing'
Excel, Smith, 875, May 4, June 16, July 3
Clinton, Andrews, 8W, 11, 22, Aug. X
Augusta, Sherwood, 878, 18, "" 29, "' 1
Savannah, Hawley, 896, 25, July 6, :t- 1-
.Exact, Johnson, 431,Jonel, 131, 4
Madison, Hoey, 814, 8, *" 20, Of S1
These vessels are all of the first clasi, having
very large and commodious Statoi Rdoms, with
windows outside to adroit a tireh circulation of
air, and are commanded b%, men of long expe-
rience in the trade who wilt spare ao exertion to
render passengers as comfortable a- possible.
They will sail punctually, as advertised, and
in all cases be towed to sea by steam to avoid any
detention inrthe river. Berths can be secured by
applying to
n J. WASHBURN & WILDER,

114 Bay street.
Savannah, April 2%, 1846. ..18-4t


0:7 An Exchange paper says, that in a
certain n bar-room the following hint was
J stuck up by a wag: Gentlemen learning
7 to spell are requested to use yesterday's paper."
Oy- An emigrant in Oregon, writing
.-home to one of his friends, says: We are
getting along finely here. and have already
laid the foundation of a jail."
C?" Wonder want's de reason dis saw
mill, won't go now ?" asked a country ne-
gro, who hadn't seen much of the world,
addressin, his more "high larnt" village
"fiend. ,i Dat sucumstance argufies easy
'nough ni2S:,," replied Congo, de reason
is caiise dare am not sufficient number of
water."
"s' The mileage' of the I getleman
from Oregon' "Will be something considera--,
ble-only about $12,000, and 'the cons'trUe-
tiwepay of the Senators the same amount.
KINDiNEss.-"What! Mr. Brown a brute!
SWhy he writes to his wife every packet !P
;'."Yes, he Writes a parcel of flummery
about the a ony of absence, but he has
never rentitied hter a shill in. Do you call
fhlit kindness?" "Decidedly; unremitting
kindnesss"
MANUFACTURE OF PAPER.-Mass-ichu-
setts has' 89 paper mills, consuming anntmakr
ly 15,SR.t3 toil, of stock, and employing
1869,hands. The yearly production is esti-
mated at 765 tons and 607,1175 reams of pa-
:per, valued at $1,750,273.
..:..: ,.'.. .- P m'ese ail n e aill' .
.. Ofe Grand Jury of Franklin County,
S-tperior Court, .dpril Term, 1846.
The Grand Jury for the County of Franklin, in
'l,.sini, thiir duties for the present Term, would
embrace the occasion to congratulate their fellow
,j citizen? upini the.continued diminution of"crimi-
P-nal offnc,- within our borders. Only one case
",'of a2n infraction of the criminal laws, and that 6ne
of a very trivial character, has co'me within their
"\ -r ] *L 'i7 r ,'-'
i e.- ve reflect .upon thie strte of society in
this county, a few years a,,o t' i -.. t ,ih, as it
*tdid with a.l new and frontier communities,)
when the peaceful and unoflenling citizen was
*continually jostled, in the legitimate walks and
avocations of life, by the violent and licentious-
when our street? were the scenes of continual
oretraze and turbulence-laws inoperafive, arid
% jj'i-',- silenced; and then review our present
'.conditimn-spbriety, peacefulness ,arid industry
pervading society; the laws (|it ,:.r-, ring (heir
.power in restraining and controlin,4 the passions
t" the benificent spirit of our laws told tile civili-
"zin -and amelioratjin tendencies olf onr institu-
S' tiorin;. The survey affords a pure joy to the phi-
lanthropist---cheerin hopes to the patri,,t, and
renewed confidence to the Repuii!ican, in the
*,capacmt~v of the people 1'or self government.
In reflectir,, upon the caosies which havre been
iri,(rumental" in producing Nl'is i-oproved condi-
tion, of the public mr.ais, the Grniid JnrV can
discov-r the o,)e0rtion of no new influence broua;Wt -
to bear upon society more notentui.l for good than
the e.stablishmoin, of a Ternperance societyy in our
"'city. The i ,,-. of this society, like the
denial d-vs of Heaven (I 'es(endina; silently upon
-the earth, haq, by ils kindly charities, in many
%well authenticated cases amon., ft.% renovated
human nature, and made hope and cheerfulness.
a,,,l health to sprin i up-in breasts before besotted
and d -I ,t... Much-mruch is due to the beneV.
:olence, as well as the moral fortitudrh of those
who orii-Inatpd and have fostered thiis society.
',Thevhave had',miich to- encounter in their la-
bor of love" from the jeers of the light minded
va1d the obloquy and abuse of the loib minded;
'hut now they., ',,,' the joy ol the husbandman,
:: 'whipn'his ltn4i and patient toil is over and his
'harvest bursts forth in cheering abundai,'ce around
-^ him. "
/*' N o, subject !,,. ,i 'lt inder .i',-r(ti'.n, in our
.... bdv, has claimed more attention than that of' the
: school lands belonsin- to this county. The funds
.involved in this donation of the General Govern-
ment are designed for the mist imp6-rtarit use.
If ]',rri'1-rlv secured and prudentially hisbanded
"'t e.' .vlilI LtVrd a continued strr..am of blessing to
"the population of'this county in all time to come.
'The existing population are the trustees bor pos-
'terity, anid when we reflect that in proportion
as the' structure of a Government rives force to
public opinion it is essential that public' opinion
oe enlightened," we are impressed with the fact
*thatlthe foundations of our Republican Govern-
ment rest upon the education and enlightenrnent
.eof the people. The Grand Jury have examined
; .+l,, all th11 laws in reaction to this dtonation and, as
,.some of the people of the county m:y not have
knowledge, oP the situ-'.ion of this rant, we will
present a brief analysis of lhe several acts i'n rela-
'tion to the: subject. The lKith sections, in each
;'town~i-iaip, of all the' public 'and, are set apart
for school purposes, and are the especial property
of tli? t.i ,,ii5'ri!'.i for the educatpn of thpair in-
habitants. But, as m-anytI.n.hrili,!^are .Covered
byv private claims, .'a is especially the case, in
Flor~da, where so many Spanish grants have been
confirmed, Government t.as, by law, allowed the
"privilege to the inhabitants of counties so Covered
by private claim., to float their claim tupon any
oth1'er unappropriated lands of the United States
*-*i tlhe nearest ai.ti .iin',- lanad district. It is also
.frequently found, as is the case in this county,
tlhat many of the townships are very scarcely
-,occupied, or are not occupied at 6a11. I~n such
e ase, or in'any case. the whole county, or any
''number of townships in a county, Tmay combine
and form a common find fi'om their landsjfor the
common benefit. Tn view of all these enact-


ments, the Grand Jury would recommend to the
citizens of this county, 'that they form a common,
.r- f tund from the proce'eds of all the lands to which
.,the county i,4 entitled; and as only one other
township, besides this, in the county has the re-
,quisite population (say 10 inhabitants) to be en-
titlod to a vote in the matter, we would suggest
' + *"' "hth'at .? lh.g ly authorised authorities ascertain
the sentiments of the people of Fort Gadsden
upon the subject. It is important that the in-
habitants of this county should Unite in this mat-
'ter, because it is necessary, at once, to secure
S' the services of an agent to locate these lands, and
i as the expense will be considerable, ,it is the
( .L -dictate of economy that the agent shotild be 'er-
;. powered to act for all the townships at the same
j time. Many counties in the State are in our sit-
uation, and it is important this county should not
.,be behind in her -lelinn?.
./ i 'The County of Frniklin has never been sur-
.v,.c-ved, and we have no chart exhibiting how
many townships are embraced within the county.
The Grand Jury are, however, informed that the
"'certificate of the surveyor of the Forbes' Pur-
"chase,, has been deposited in the General Land
Office, allowing to this county six townships,
,which, if true, will entitle the County of Frank-
Ilin to locate within this Land District, 3,840
acres of land. The Grand Jury would, there-
fo)r,, earnestly urge the election. of "School
'Comrnissioners," or -Trustees of the School
Fund," that-immediate action may be had on the
'subject. Thie pressing importance of this matter
will, we trust- be properly realized by our cit-
izens.
'It is to be regretted that so few of the popu.
latin of this county are allied to the soil, by the
"ties of kindred and friends-few have their home-
stead4 here, and the 'soil and our institutions are
rot blended, in the affections of a majority of our
'population, with the associations of home and its
and its familiar indearments. A fund "like that
.,to which we have alluded obtains for the" benefit
;of the pera3rient settlers only, and-their success*


ARTl-Cifs.
BAGGING, Kentucky, yd
Dundee, yd
Pearnut, yd
BALE ROPE, Kenttwky, lb
Northern, -Ib
Manilla lb
BREAD, Navy, Cwt
Pilot, Cwt
COFFEE, Rio,
Havana, b
Java, b
CANDLE Sperm. b
CORDAGE, Manilla, b
Hemp, b
Tarred, b
CTDER. Northern, bbl
DOMESTIC GOODS*-' -
Brown Shirtings, yd
Sheetings, yd
Ticking, yd
Cottonw'lv-, yd
Calico Prints, yd
Kentucky Jeans, yd
DUCK, Russia, yd
DYES, Logw'd, Campeachy, ton
.4 St. Domingo, ton
Fustic, ton
Indigo Ib
FLOUR, Northern, bbl
Western, bbl
FISH, Cod, box
Mackerel, No. 1, bbl
No. 2, bbl
No. 3, bbl
HERRING, box
FRUIT, Almonds, lb
Raisins, box
Prunes, lb
Currants, Ib
Figs, drnfm
Lemons, box
"URS. Otter.
FEATHER S, lb
GRAIN, Oats, bbsh
Corn, bush
CG L ASS, box
HAY. cwt
HIDES, Green, b
Dry, country* b
IRON, English, b
Swedes, b
Hoop, b
Sheet, b
Nail Rods, b
Casting. American, b
LUMBER- -M
Boards. White Pine, M
Yellow M
Staves, M
White Oak Heads, M
6Z Heading, M
LEAD, Bar, lb
Sheet, Ib
LIME, bbl
MOL ASSES. gall
NAVAL STORES, Pitch, bbl
Oakum, bale
Rogin, hbl
Tar, bbl
NAILS keg
OILS, Linseed. g Il
Olive, bottle
Sperm, gal
Lird, gal
Tanners' fgal
Castor. bottle
PROVISIONS, Pork, MPes, bbl
M. 0. bbl
Prime, bbl
Bacon Ham., Ib
' canvassed, lb
Sides, lb
Shouldere lb
LAR1, lb
BTrrrrm lb
CHR.FSE, lb
Po0r'AToss, bbl
PEA NUTS, bush
R 1C r, .cwt
SPICES, Cassia, lb
Clo ves, lb
Ginger toot, 1b
ground lb
Nutmegs, lb
Pepnpr, lb
SUGAR, N. Orleans, lb
Old crop l. 0. lb
Loaf, lb
SALT, Liverpool, sack
C6arser, bush
STEEL, Cast, cwi
German, cwI
SOAP. lb
SPIRITS, Brandy, Cognat gal
Gin, Holland,' gal
American, gal
11u m, N E. gal
'Whiskey, Rect> gal
Alcohol, gal
SKINS, Bear,
Deer,
SHOT, all sizes, 1b
TOBACCO, lb
TEA, Young Hysonj Ib
Seuchong) Ib
TIN,
TWINE, Baling, lb
Seine, lb
WINES, Maderia, gal
Chanmpagne, doz


D. C. D C.
11 a 12
16 a 17
"a 13
5 a 61
a 8
8 a 4
6 a 6
80ia 9k
71a 71
a 13
30 a 85
a 10
11 a 12
12 a 14


PORT OF APALACHICOLA ..........May 2.


CLEARED.
April 25-Ehen Preble, Perkins, for New York,
by Nourse, Stone & Co.
April 27-Schr Octavia, Churchill, for New
Orleanq.
April2--Ship Minerva, Brown, for Marseiles,
by I M Wright.
Ship Columbian, IMerrvman, for Boston, by
Bugbee & Howard and D B Wood & Co.
April 29--Brig Virginia, Talbot, for Baltimore,
by Chas Rogers & Co.
Brig Rebecca C Fisher, Appleby, for N York,
by Dodge &o Pratt.
Brig Tasso. Burdick, for Havana.
May 1-Bark Enclid, Davison. for Liverpool,
- by Bugbee & Howard and Ls Fred E Dugas.
Brig Delaware, Borden, for Fall Rtiver, by Wm
T Wood.
ARRIVED.
AprilI25-Brig Wakulla, Mulford, fm N York,
to Dodge & Pratt.
Bark Z Ring, Livermore, fm New York, to W
G Porter & Co.
April 27-Bark Magdala, Dodge, fm Providence,
to Dodge & Pratt.
Brig Tasso, Bowdick, fm New Orleans.
April 29-Brig Cayuga, MIi tchell, fin N York, to
Dodge & Pratt..
Schr Starr, Wilson, fm New Orleant.
Schr Eufaula, Taylor, fm New Orleans.
May I-Ship Cotton Planter, Pratt, fm N York,.
to Nurse, Stone & Co.
Schr Martha Louisa, Barber, fm New Orleans.
May 2-Schr Ashland, Bradley, fin N Orleans.
Steamer Agnes, Rynear, fm Chattahoochee
Steamer Peytona, Greer, froni Coumbus.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus.
.Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, finm faula.
Steamer Emily. Hall, fm Columbus.
Steamer Flint, Gage, fm Albany.


600 i
64 a
12 a&
14 a
61a
25 a
18 a


20
22
25
55
20


660 a 700
575 a 6000
250 a 450
a 12 00
600 a 700
500 a 600

275 a 300
14 a 14



50 a 65
621 a 65
8 00 a t0 O0
100 a 125
a a 31
61 a 7\
4 a 5
5 a 6
a 8
8 a 10
6Q a 7,4
4 a 6

700 a1000


For Liverpool.
STHE superior Br' bark CUMt.TBE
JgS.//JY.D, Powers, master, will have di4
etach. For freight, apply to
-March 21 J. DAY & Co.
For New York.
THE fine fast sailing coppered'and
iacopper fastened bark Z. BLVG, Liver-
'more, master, will have despatch for this
above port. For freight or passag- having very
superior accommodation.% apply to .
May 2 WM. G. PORTER &.eb.
For New Yoric.
THE new packet bark MJ.IGDA.L ,
lBeiDodge, master. For freight or passage,
S having superior accommodations, apply
to [May 2] DODGE & PRATT.
For New York.
^-^ THE splendid brig GEXV. WLLSOJr,
^Min,,r, master, will have immediate dis-
^gjji~e-jatch. For freight .or passage, having
go,,d accoM modations, apply to the master, or to
April 18 NOURSRE, STONE &Q C. _


SHIPS.
'Cotton Planter, Pratt, 501 tons, fm New York,
waiting-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Carolus, Stern. --tons, fm Charleston, w'aiting-
Charles Rogers & Co.
Probus, De Vries, 647 tons, for Havre, loading-
I M Wright.
Huron. Weeks, 614 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
J Day & Co.
Alexander, Leeds, 591 tons, fin Havre, loading-
Miaster.
Dauntless, Rogers, 698 tons, fm Liverpool, dis-
charging-Master.
Solon, Bucknan, 1540 tons, fm Havre, waiting-
D B Wood & Co.
BARQUES.
Z Ring, Livermore, 323 tons, for New York,
loading-Win G Porter & Co.
Due de Orleans. Robprtson, tons for Havre,
loading--E Ozanne.
Magdala, Dodge, 293 tons, for New York, load-
i--Dodge :& Pratt.
Cumberland, Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-J Day & Co.
Tiberiis, Sears, 299 tons, for Boston, loading-
Bugbee & Howard.
BR I r.
Maria L Hill, Rogers, 173 tons, fm New Orleans,
waiting- Master.
Tybee, McCormack, 329 tons, for Providence,
loadin---E B Ballou.
Wakulla, Mu4lford, 267 tons, fin New York, wait-
ing-Dodge & Pratt.
Cayuga, Mitch4ll, 2"37 tons, fm New York, wait-
ing-Dodge & Pratt.
Gen Wilason, Miner, 183 tons, forNew York, with
despatch-Nonrse, Stone & Co.
Pleiade., Carter, 234 tons, fin Boston, waitmi-
Maqter.


6
12
28
250
1000
200
3 (M)
500
125
57
160


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


a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a


Chatialioochee Hotel.
fl S ''THE subscriber takes pleasure in
AM-& informing the traveling community
511!~ that he has taken charge of the abovia
I_ -M establishment, situated immediately
on th,2 banks of the river, whLere'thli
traveller may find a comfortable and quiet renting
place and thereby avoiding the many inconve-
niences which they have heretofore been siub-
ject to.
The U. S. Mail steamer Agnes, trim Apa-
lachicola, arrives on Sunday and Wednesday at
5 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Monday and Thursday
at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western Mail arriv61
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridjys at 12 o'clock.
A. M ; departs Tuesdays, Thursday?4 and Satur-
'days at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrfvea
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock.
A. M. ; departs Mondays, Wednesdays altd Fri-
pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, "vui
Qrincy and Tallahassee, arrives Moriday, Wed-
nesdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; 4eparts
Tuesday, Wednesdays and Sundays at U o'clock,
P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sandays `hnd
Thursday at 6 o'clock, P. M.',; lepaits Tuesdays
and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M,
The House and Furniture are entirely new,
the servants thoroughly drilled in their business,
and all will use their utmost endeavors t6 make
the time pass pleasantly to the traveller.
A. G MARSHALL,
Agent for the Proprietor.
Chaattahoochee, March 17, 1846. 12-ff


175 a 200
12 50 a 18 00
1150 a 12 00
1100 a 1150
9 a "91
10 a 11
a 6
I a 9
1 a 25
8 a 10
250 a 350
40 a 45
500 'a 600
24 a 25
37J a 50
9 a 10
11 a 121
212 a 250
IS a 20
6j a 71
-6 a 7
12 a 14
100 a 112
62i a. 75
W800 a 25 00
1200 a 15 00
514 a 6
250 a 350
1 50 a 175
40 a 42
37 a 40
24. a 25
162 a 75
1 50 a 2 00
7 a 9
5 a 6j
121 a 75
45 a 100
50 a 75
I8 a 20
40 a 50
100 a 300
1000 a 15 00


Notice.
T HE Copartnership heretofore existing be
tween A. N. McKAY and S. H. HAXTS-
HORNE, has this day expired by limitation.-
all unsettled accounts will remain with A. N.
McKay, who will continue the business on'bhis
own account.
A. N. McKA.Y,
S. H. HARTSHORN 9.
Apalachicola, May 1, 1846. 18-6f ,
Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
John Gorrie, Compl't. 1
VS. Bill for Foreclosure.
Lewis P. Mosely, el, al. (
R'sp'is. J
BlY virtue of a decree made in the above caue,
by the Hon. Circuit Court of said county, I
will expose for sale at public vendue, at the
Court House door, to the highest bidder, for ciash,
on MONDAY, the first day of June next, all the
right, title and interest of Lewis P. Mosely and
wife in and to Lots No. 9 and 2 in Block No. 1,
in the city of Apalachicola, belonging to the es-
tale of John Gillespie, deceased, said property
sold to satisfy an execution issuing from said
Court, in favor of said Gorrie, upon a judgment
rendered on a mortgage executed by said Gilles-
pie in his life time. JOHN LUCAS,
May 2, 1846. Sheriff F. Co.
Franklin Circuit Court,
Raphael.J. Moses, Adm'r, of"I
John Lock, deceased. Petition for Fore--
vs. closure.
William H. Shepherd. J
BY virtue of a writ of fi. fa. issued from the
. Circuit Court of Franklin county, I Will sell
at the City Hotel, on the first Monday in June
next, all the Furniture levied on as the property
of Wm. H. Shepherd, consisting of household
and kitchen furniture of said Hotel, viz:-Ma-
hogany Sofa, Pier and Card Tables, Maple, Wind-
sor and fancy Chairs, Bedsteads, Feather Beds,
Mattrasses, Bedding, Looking Glasses, Carpets,
Oil Cloth, Lamps, Candlesticks, Crockery, Glass
Wares &c. &c. &c., sold to satisfy a judgment of
foreclosure rendered in said cause.
JOHN LUCAS,
May 2, 1846. Sheriff F. C.


John W. Babcnck,
Henry D. Darden,
Benj. F. Nmorse,
Harsrove Howard,
D. K. Dodge,
C. P. Allen,
James Gibson,
J. C. Maclay,
J. Foster,


D. G. Raney,
J. L. Wyman,
William Worriker,
Thomas E. Gray,
William Peck,
James H. Davis,
John A. Mitchel,
J. B. Hill,
James A. Aborn.


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Agnes-Mr Asa Colburn.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-Mr Gunby, lady
and child; Mrs McGill, child and servant; Mrs
Joyce, Miss Moore; Messrs S Rogers, A McKen-
zfe, S S Walkley, J N Copeland, J H Danforth,
E C Joyce, L J Leaird, D Pratt, John Colby, C
D Planning; J D Miller, D Morris, M Sapp, D
Sapp, J Johnston, John Ruan, T Snow, Nash.
Per steamer Emily-Mrs Cargile, Mrs Lee,
Miss Wvnn, Miss Cargile, Messrs Brooks, Tiller,
Wardlaw, Gibson, Cargile, Wynn, Bruen.
Per steamer Charleston-Mr Wesscn, lady and
servant: Mrs BoohierA Mrs Stanford; Messrs Sears,
Ellis, Morse, Mitchell, Woods., Morse, Jr.
Per steamer Peytona-Messrs John A Deblois,
J B Green It P Spencer, J A Hayden, J P
Sharp.
Per steamer Agnes-Mrs Robinson, child and
servant; Judge Douglas and servant; Capt Blair,
Capt Hubbard; Messrs William Williams, Wrn A
Williams, Jas K Butts, Allen McCraine, R L
Edmonds, Jas Skinner, C P Allen.
" RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Agnes-2 boxes tobacco to Wnm G
Porter & CGo; 8 sacks gloundpea-s to T H & G H
Austin; 31 boxes segars to Lockhart & Young.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-282 bales cotton
to Lockhart &k Young; 130 to McKay & Harts-
home; 149 do and 160 hides to Wylie & McKen-
zie: 103 bales cotton to B Ellison & Co; 140 to D
Morris; 53 to J C Maclay; 17 to W A V P C
Kain.
Per steamer Emily-481 bales cotton to Harper
& Holmes; 59 to Dodge Pratt; 50 to Lockhart
& Young; 35 to, W A & P C Kain; 23 to Chas
Ro.ers & Co; 25 to Howard & Rutherford; 19 to
J Day & Co: 17 to B Ellison & Co.
Per steamer Charleston-274 bales cotton to J
C Maclay; 103 to Dodge & Pratt; 84 to Harper
& Holmes; 53 to McKay S .Hartshorne; ,24 ,to S
Davenport; 21 to D B Wood & Co; 16 to Lock-
hart & Young; i to B Ellison & Co
Per steamer Flint4-55 bales cotton to Sims &
Cheever; 4 to J Day & Co; 30 do and 1400 staves
to T H Blair. -,
Per steamer Peytona-352 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson & Co; 92 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 64 to
J C Maclay; 52 to Wit G Porter Co; 18 to
W A P C Kain; 14 to Dodge & Pratt.
Per steamer Agnes-74 bales cotton and 2 boxes
tobacco to W Williams; 57 bales cotton and 7
boxes tobacco to Lockhart & Young; 1 do to
Wylie & _4cl:enzie; 1 to McKay & Hartshorne.
EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per bark. Euclid-1387 bales
Cottbn.
MARSEILLES-Per ship Minerva-950 bales
cotton.
NEW YORK-Per ship Eben Preble-1395
bales cotton.
Per brig R C Fisher-505 bales cotton
BOSTON-Per ship Columbian-1347 bales cot-
ton.
BALTIMORE-Per brig Virginia-832 bales
cotton.,
FALL RIVER-Per brig Delaware--397 bales
cotton.


For gale.
A very Splendid two story DWEL-
LING HOUSE, situated iq the most airy
If and pleasant part of that delightful wa-
tering place, St. Josephs. The house is built in
the best manner, with folding, doors, three rooms
and a hall on a floor, Kitchen, Stable, Cffrrago
House and all necessary 6u '-buildings in good
order.
The above will be sold very, low as the present
owner intends leaving the country.
Persons wishing., to have a summer retreat,
where all the advantages of health, 6ea bathing,
fishing and hunting are enjoyed in the greatest
perfection, will do well to apply soon to 4
march 10 WOOD '& CO, 32 Water-st.


L UMBER' INSPECTOR.-Having been ap-
.binted Inspector of Lumber fur the County
of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services
to the public in that capacity, and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said appointment.
April 18, 1846. BENJ. LUCAS.


City Council Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, }
NWEDNESDAYk EVENING, April 22, '46.
Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts, Mayor ;
Councilmen, Messrs. Guyon, Rirnaldi Hancock,
Green, Peck, Butt and Hanfcock.
The minutes of the last meeting were reid
and approved.
The Committee on Fire Department, to whom
was referred the communication of Fire Engine
Co. No. 1, recommend the building of an Engine
House at the foot of and in the centre of Cherry
street, in a line with, the front of the stores on
Water street. Building to be. similar to Engine
House No. 1, which on motion of Mr. Schiller,
was accepted, and the Committee authorised to
receive proposals.
The Committee to whom wasreferred the com-
mtlnication of Mr, Clements a'n'd Mr. Gray, asked
further time to report. Granted.
The Committee on Fire Department, to whom
was referred the accounts of Mr. Babcock, re-
ported that they did not consider the work com-
plete, and asked further time. Granted.
The Committee on Improvements and Con-
tracts, who were instructed to examine the
alley between High and Live Oak streets, report-
ed in favor of grading the said alley, or in build-
ing a reservoir. Further time granted the Com-
mittee.
Dr. Green stated that the Tax Collector wished
to make. a statement in relation to the assessment,
and had leave granted him. And after stating to
the Gouncil the objections ot several persons
who claimed that they were over taxed,
Mr. S~hiffbr offered the following resolution,
which was adopted :
Resolved, That the Tax Collector, with the
aid of the Finance Committee, be hereby author-,
ised to correct errors existing in the assessment
roll. ,
The following accounts were reported on favor-
ably by the Committee on Claims, and passed
and allowed:
Schr. Mary Emma, for stone ballass. .$S 00
H G. Guyon, for drayage ...... ;,..87 35
The following bills were presented and referred
to the Committee on Claims, viz :
Sloop Oregon, for ballast......... '...$10 00
Commercial Advertiser, for printing..35 00
M. Carrigan, for drayage ............ 7 00
M. M. Butt, for drayage ............ 56 27
On motion, the Council then adjourned.
COUNCIL CHAMBER,
TuESDAY EVENING, April 28, 1846.5
Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts, Mayor;
Councilmen, Messrs. Butt, Day, Guyon, Green,
Hancock, Peck and Schiffer.
The minutes of the last meeting were read
and approved.
The Finance Committee reported in.tavor of
7-r.5ht,g a City !ihbiliry, ', tbas! interest, to the


A Last Word I
H AVING given up my business t6 Mr. JoH?.t
CArGH, whom 1 have known for many years
as a good nfeghanic, I solicit for him the patro-
nage of my old customers and the public. I shall
leave this place in eight days, arid all persons
who are indebted to me would confer an especial
favor by making immediate payment. All un-
settled accounts will be left in proper hands lor
collection. W. C, LAWRENCE.
N. B. Don't be afraid of my taking the money
out of town--for I owe it all, and more too.
April 11, 1846. W.,C. L.


Notice,
T HE members of Fire Engine Co. No. 1, will
_- meet at the Engine House, on Monday, 4th
inst. at 4 P. M. for monthly washing; also, at 7
P. M for monthly meeting.
May 2 WM. HONE, Sec'y.


Twenty Dollars Reward.
,-, ^ WILL be paid for the apprehension of
,|^the Negro man HAYS, who ranaway
f trom Pensacola between the 15th and 20th
a of March. HAYS is a likely Negro, of
light color, about 28 or 30 years of age, 5 feet 8
or9 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. Dade 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, andj the Apa-
lachicola Advertiser, will publish the above
three times, and send bill to this office.


0 Copartnership.
T HIE subscribers respectfully inform their
Friends and the public that they have taken
into partnership Mr. EUGrNE W. RoGR-S.
CHARLES ROGERS & Co.
April 7, 1846.
OTICE--Six weeks after date, I will apply
to the Judge of Probate for the County of
Franklin., for letters of administration upon the
estate of John Jenkins, deceased.
B. ELLISON.
Apalachicola, April 8, 1846.


FOLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsa'm,
for Consumption, Asthma, Couvhs, Liver
Complaint, and all diseases ot the throat and
lungs, For sale by
April 11 H. F. ABELL.


State and County Taxes.
N" O'I'ICE is hereby given, that the undersigned,
Tax 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-
stant, 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,
Sheriff and ex-officio Tax Collect6r.
"Apalachicola, April 18, 1846. 16-2c


Coffee.
175 BAGS Rio Coffee, landing from'brig Vir-
170 / )ginia, for sale by
April 19 J. DAY &'Co.
Clover nSeed.
A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover
Seed, for s&de by
April 4 H. F. ABET,,
,90 BASRETS London Club Champagne;
S000 Regalia Segar6 for sale bv
April 4 B. S. HAWLEY.


Notice.
C ASH wvahted for stundrv accounts of lone
C rtrp.lii;. All pe'rsons'interested will take
due notice and govern themselve 'accordingly, or
I will---dun them personally.
March 281. PETER HOBART.


JUST received, a few cases of fashionable white
Hats, on consignment, for sale wholesale'or
retail, by ILLER V Co.
MaNy 47 Water street,.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.


Coir. iairre.
STHE fine hip PROBUS, bevries,
^ Master, h.s three-fourths of 'her cargr
SaSengagsed, will meet with 'dispatch. For
balance of freight or passage, having sptefidid as-
commodations, apply to the Captaiv; fiiro
ISAAC M, WRIGHT'
April 25 3 Columbls BtocYr._


For Liverpool*
^-,. THE firft class Am. ship HVRGOJ,
^ Weeks, master, having three-fourtnj of
S-isher cargo engaged, will have dispatch
tor the ab ,ve port. For freight, apply to
March 21 J1 DAY & CON


Flour.
BBLS. Western ; 50 bbls. Canal, now
116landing, for sale by
April 18 J. DAY & CO.

























































































































































Wanted to Purchase foreCash.
SA NEIRO BOY, from 13-to 20 years of age
suitable' for taking care of a horse and
waiting in the house. Applv to
mchl4 WOOD & CO, 32 Water-st.
,5 *Sugar.
5 HIDS.Drv New Orleans.; 10 hhbda. su-
perior St Croix, in store, for s:dle by
March 7 ,' DAY & Co.


Bagging and Rope.-
/< KiT' PCS. ver\ heavy Louisville, Man &
45.tJ Co. Bagging; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March 7 J., DAY & Co.


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


Congress Sprilig Water
TUST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
J March21 J. C. ALLEN.,


EDAR wanted by
marchl4 D. B. WOOD & CO.


BA GGING-200 rolls, for sale by
-march14 D. B. WOOD & CO.


Argal Wauices.


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EMBROCATIONI


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


Bagging and BHope..
5 f00 PIECES heavy Clifton Kentucky Bag-
50UI ging;- 500 coils, good Kentucky Rope.
Also, 1:,i.1) I.V'?Tobacco various brands, for sale
by LOCKHART & YOUNG-.
Feb 28, 9
0f HHDS. St. Croix Sugar,
J..720 do. New Orleans Sugar, to arrive,
100, sacks Rio Coffee ; 50,do Java,,
4 cases Hyson Tea,
4-) b's Aromatic "I .h;.':..,
50 M''t;-'d do. -Brown and Labby's,
2'0- Sr'..rn- Candles; 50 b7s brown Soap,
100 ba-i. Shot; 50 ke-s Powder,
2000 lbs Lead;- 4 casks Einseed'Oil,
200 kegs' White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by W. G. P01 I'ER && Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.





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I2


.n'mio. trators' wotfces.


Draigs and Netiimn*.
I THE sausriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS, and, MEDl-
CINES, which be will warrant pure
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere. -
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put Up with'
care and accuracy at any hour of the day or night;
J. c. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Comflmerce s.t,


Important National Work. A Card.
iTHE .-ST aRT!l #i/sSirt, aIM H Aa I -M A N.L 'T HE undersigned having purchased from Mr.
B. S. Hawley his entire stock of Drugs,
A NEW Az.D E.LARGED EDITION OF PRESIDENTS' Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass Ware, Shop Fur-
MESSAGES, WITH A niture, &c. will continue the business at Whole-
Tir(_1PV OF EACH A N ISTATION &c sale "and Retail, at the old stand corner of Water
[S'luKY OF EACH ADMiNISTATiON, &c. and Chestnut sts, and begs leave to say to his friends
In Two Handsome Volumes, S vo. of over and former patrons of the establishment that his
Seven Hundred Pages Each. stock is complete, embracing every article usually
IN HANDSOME MUSLIN" \,BINDING. kept in Southern Drug Stores, and from arrange-
ments recently effected, will be regularly supplied
PRICE FIVE DOLLARS. with fresh staple articles.
-Physieians, Planters, Country Merchants and
THE ADDi-E5z4-IE_ AND MESSAGES DF others will find it to their interest to call and ex-
T1IE PRESIDENTS OF THE IT. S. amine his stock and prices. All orders will be


promptly attended to in person by
March 1, 1846. H. F. ABELL.


AT CHAMBERS, MA.,cH i28, 1846.
Circuit Court Franklin County.
Hezekiah Nash,
vs. Petition to foreclose mort-
Sidney R. Ford and gage.
Elizabeth A. Ford. I
WHEREAS, a petition has been this day filed
in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of
Franklin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain
household furniture, made and executed in Deca-
tur county, Georgia, on the 28th day of August,
1844; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court,, by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the
defendants Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford
reside beyond the limits of' the State of Florida:
It is ordered that said defendants do appear awd
file their objections, if they have any, Within 15
days before the first day of the ensuing fall term
of this Court, otherwise said petition shall be
taken pro confusso; provided that due publica-
tion of this order be made in the Commercial
Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two
months, successively. (A Copy-Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
April 18, 1846. 16-2m


NOTICE-All persons having claims against
Stephen T. Skillman, late of said county,
deceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed by law,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their reco-
very; arid all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment.
SILAS DAVENPORT, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 18, 1846. 16-2m


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


NOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin
county, for a final discharge from the administra-
tion of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased.
B. T. CARO, Adm'r.
BENJAMIN ELLISON, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 4, 1846. 14-6m


Bal1aa of oLiverworm
A REMEDY most perfect is said nowtobSi
discovered in settled Consumption, Livier
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptoni,,
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the uwof
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine,i the
Genuine BALSAM OF LIVXRWORT, which he pre-
pares at 3-75 BOWERY. This plan of treaty -tr
now espoused by several eminent physicians, n
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, havt#
been almost incredible, but the conclusive pr~of#
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible; "nf
we advise all who may have coughs or simple"
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. "Franklin says a small leak willsink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale-by '
J. C. ALLEN) Sole Agmt for .
--- Apalaclricota.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLoH'i
BALSAM OF LIVE9WORTi has dtn the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds 'ny other i4
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's8 Effervescent Selmlve
Aperient.
H 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, ;, t
the prevention and cure bf Indigestion, BiliousO
and Liver Coroplainms, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartmurn, habitual Costiveness, &c.
Traveller.s and residents in warns climates will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Childreti
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; Ihey will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


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


INAUGURAL, ANNUAL ANTD SPECIAL,
F From 1789 to 1846.
With, an Oriyinal ..iio',r of each of the Pre-
sidents, atnd a cI,5 ,r c/' their dd&ninistra-
.tions; also i .tsi:llti.-., of Important
Documents and Statistical Infor-
.; \n nation.
COMPILED FROI OFFICIAL SOURCES, ,
BY EDWIN WILLIAMS,
AUTHOR OF THE NEW-YORK ANNUAL REGISTER, &C.
SEnli!lifitsl with Portraits of the Presidents
aml the Seals or C0_',0Q of Arms of the
several States.
*: *" CONTENTS.
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of the Pri?--!.:-iii.o.:.ftheUi.iti-iiStates, from W ash-
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2. A MT-'nioir, or Biographical Sketch of each
Prte-:Il,,it, preceding hia .."- *. _
I3. An account of the Inauguration of each
President, and a History of the principal political
.event-, of his administration, and of the transac-
tions of Congress at each session durina"the pe-
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4c., of each President, and, with the Messages,
f..rinin, a :compendious Political History of the
._ United !t3i\.. for the last fifly-seven years.

4. D ci,',:.r, r i,:.[i of I '" i'-r" .i"'' ''.
,5. ArtwleW of Confederation.
6. Constitution of the United States, with
Notes and Refe r, ne,?es.
7. A brief history of the events and circum-
stances which led to the Union of the States and
formation of the Constitution.
8. A synop.i.- of the Constitutions of the se-
veral Stajtes.
,. Ta-ble; .-f 4rrrnh. r; of the Cabinets of the
various administrations, Ministers to Foreign
Countries, and other" principal public officers.
10. Chionological Table of Political Events in
the United States.
..11. Statistical Tables of Revenue, Commerce
and Population.
1". A complete Index, or Ai.-dytical Table of
Contents !o the whole work.
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The publisher of the ahove NATIONAr. WOBRK,
in announcing its completion, takes the oppor-
tunity to state, that the sale of the same has been
committed to his )Lensls throughout the Union,
who are authorised to assure subscribers that
'there will be no deviation from the price fixed,
namely, FIVE DOLL.A.Rs~per copy, which must be
considered reasonable for two handsome octavo
volumes of over seven hundred pages, each.
No expense has been spared in the prepara-
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Statistics, -to render the same worthy the patro-
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of ", he American public generally; who will find
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Former editions of the Presidents'?Messages
have been imperfect and incomplete in manv re-
spects, which have'now been remedied, 1st by a
careful comparison with official documents, and
2d by diligent research, to supply the Special
%ie.Mt;?,3zns and Addresses omitted in former com-
pilations. The Index to the whole work, of sub-
. jects, names and dates is a new feature of this
edition, which will make it invaluable for refer-
ence.
To render, these writings3 of the American
Presidents more valuable as a continued National
History, they are accompanied with Memoirs of
the Presidents and a History ot the various ad-
ministrations.
The work is edited and compiled by Mr. ED-
wIN WILLIAMS, whose familiarity with our Po-
litical Histor y .and Statistical .,-:il,.'t a.nerally,
are well known to the public, ..n. ..i a suffi-
cient ru"ljraniti, for lir. accuracy and fidelity of
the comipilation and accompanying History.
EDWARD WALKER,
April 1-1 114 Fulton-Atreet, New-York.


To thec Public.
._IAVING disposed of my entire stock of
Drugs and Medicines to Mr. H. F. Abell,
in retiring from the business,, I take occasion to
return to the public, my friends and customers,
my thanks for the patronage they have bestowed
upon the establishment while under my control ;
and I take pleasure in recommending my successor
to them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit
for him a continuance of the custom heretofore
so liberally extended to me.
March I B- S. HAWLEY.
To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE.
T HE subscribers have opened a new Type
Foundry in the city of New York, where
they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for
any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases,
Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, ne-
cessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand
materials.
The Type which are cut in imitation of the
English letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an
entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counties,
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.
8j- Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
COCKROFT & OVEREND,
Dec. 13, 1845. ly .68 Ann-st., New-York.


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


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


AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 16, 1846.
Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCE:RY.
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 Haigerty, Assignees of Bill to fore-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort-
Bogart and John N. Hawthorn, gage on lots
constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. 9 and
& Hawthorn; David Maitland, 12 in block
David S. Kennedy, Henry La- El, in the
verty, James S. Branden and city of Ap-
Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola.
the firm of Branden &Murray;
Crumby and Dra-
per, constituting the firm of
Crumby & Draper ; Wil-
son and Gale, visible
partners of the firm of Wilson,
Gale & Co. and James Brown.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the above named defendants do not reside
within the State of Florida, but within the
United States; It is therefore ordered, that pub-
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
Franklin County.
FIRST DISTRICT JUSTICE'S COURT.
A. G. Semmes, )
vs. Attachment.
Aaron B. Marvin. S
T HE defendant is notified of the institution of
the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable
to the April term of said Court.
A. G. SEMMES.
March 18, 1846. 12-3m


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


E. B. WHITMARSH.
8-6m


Feb 21,1846.


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


Found at ]Last--A Sure Cure for
the Piles.
PHYSICIANS and Chemis;s have long been
anxious to discover a medicine lliat'wouid
cure one of the most troninlesomn- di-3ases, the
Piles. Success has at last been the result. Dr.
JACK-SON'S PILE EMBROCATION not only stops
all bleeding, allays pain and inrtlamma'ion, sub*
dues that intolerable itching, but effectually cures,
like a charm, and in a very s.-iort lime, person-,
whose lives have been rendered miserable for
years. For sale by J C ALLEN,
Sole Agent for Apalachicola.
March 28, 1846. 13-4m


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


Bagging and Rope.
10 ^W PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAG-
1-00 GING; 50 Coils Rope; Also, 200
sacks corn, for sale by
BUGBEE & HOWARD,
jan3 No 7, Columbus Block.


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-
mett; and those to Whom said estate is indebted
to present their claims within the time prescribed
by law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT,
Marianna, Nov. 4, 1845. [6m] Adm'r.


Prints Only-Spring Styles, 1846.
L-EE & BREWSTER, 44 Cedar-street, beg
leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that
they have received and are now exhibiting at
the Warehouse exclusively for Printed Calicoes,
500 cases, ,comprising all the NEW SPRING
STYLES of British, French and American Man-
ufacture ; which, in addition to their usual stock,
renders their assortment one of the most beauti-
ful and attractive in the city ; and having JUST
been purchased for CASH AND-D sHORT CREDIT, are
offered by the piece or package on the same terms,
at and below manufacturers' prices.
00- Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are
placed in the hands of buyers.
W-- Purchasers will inform themselves of the
state of the market, and be well repaid for an ex-
amination, even it' they do not purchase.
New York, March 3, 1846. 15-1y
Fine Liquors.
0ON 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.


Drugs, MIedictInes, &c.
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
cines, &c. consisting in part of the follow-
ing ariMes :-50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and he
pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea; 10 bits Olive Oil;
40 kegs Epsom Salts; 1f bbls Copperas; 10 lb.s
Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London Mustard; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lb,
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemcn Syrup I
,10 kegs Pearla0h; 2 gross Scidletz and Soda
"Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel ; 20 doz Spt.
Turpentine, and a general- assortment of all arti.
cles in the Drug line, for Country Merchants,
Planters and Physiciuns. For sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


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


FOR the cure of DEAFNESS, Pains, and the
discharges of matter from the Ears. Also,
all those disagreeable ni.ises 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 ha.;e been deaf for ten,
fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to
use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two
bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made
perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeuus highly
recommended its use. For wile by
J C ALLEN, Sole Agent
March 28 13-4m for Apalachicola.
Cabinet Wori Shop.
S sS THE subscriber is now in readiness
'to manufacture new, or repair old,
IX T Furniture, with promptness and de-
spatch, mad solicits the patronage of his old (pay-
ing) customers, and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new oneq.
PETER HOBART.
{1 Shop in third story of Brick Building, cor-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.


State Tax Collector's Sale.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six
months after date I will expose to sale at
public outcry, opposite the Court House door,
in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin,
the following Lots, lying and being in said City,
as the property of the following persons, for
Taxes due said State for the year 1845, as per
plan of City.
Lots. \Blocks\ Owners. \ Taxes.
2 401 Campbell, $ 20
9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 60
18 H2 R. McKenzie, 30
7 and 12 BI Win. Mathers or assigns 2 95
4 28 Dr. Meacham, 40
1 J H. N. Morris, 80
4 14 David Seldon, 55
6 and 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


Franklin Superior Court.
William Wright, )
vs. > Attachment for $5000.
Daniel MeDougald.
rTHE Defendant and other persons interested
_L are hereby notified of the institution of the
above suit, and, are required to plead accordingly.
GEO. S. HAWKINS,
J. C. SMITH,
Att'ys for Plaintiff.
Apalachicola, March 19, 1845. 49-4m


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


PAINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 While
Lead; 200 galls Winter Lamup Oil; 300) gali
Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass;; 500 lbs P,,t-
ty ; 100 assorted Paint Brushez; Black Lead,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.
Per Brig MIetamora.
JUST arrived*a beautitMl assortment of Gents.
Good&, suitable for the season, among which
may be fbund-
French Linen check and Sack Coats,
Do do do D'Orsay do,
Union Plaid Linen Hunting and Frock Coats,
Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pants,
Union Plaid "'
Plain White "
Kremlin, fancy'and striped Cottonade Pants,
White, Linen bosom, and fancy col'd Shirts,
Super striped Caulbrick "
Palmleaf, Leghorn, Panama, Florence and Catm-
da Straw Hats,
Super Calf Boots, Brogans and low-quar. Shoes,
Buckskin, Cloth, Prunella and Goatskin Gaiter.,
Leather Pumps, Velvet and Mo Slippers, ard
manv other Goods-all cheap.
March 28 F. K..OPMAN.


Boots and Shoes.
BOYS' and Men's Russet Brogans,
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans,
Gents fine Calf Brogans,
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes,
Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots,
Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots,
A large and extensive assortment, just received,
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


George S. Hawkins, "
A.oGge S.emme ns, Attachment, Franklin
A, G- Semnes, Circuit Court, Damages
John T. Smith. $1500.
T-HE defendant is hereby notified of the insti
1. 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 plfnl.
Jan. 2, 1846. 1-tf


Thos. Clark,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
gin CONTINUES to carry on this busi-
....^ ness in Apalachicola, iwo doors below
l the City Hotel on Centre sireet.-
SHaving 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 witli neatnes.l and promp-
titude, and on terms that cannot fail to be re-
cognised as in keeping with the competition in
trade and the closeness of the times.
jan17 3-6t


BEING about to close their present business,
the subscribers now offer for sale their large
and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, &c., at greatly reduced prices for
cash only.
COATS .
Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coals;
Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do.
Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do.
Tweed cassimere sack and frock do.
Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do.
PANTS :
Blue and bl'k cloth Pants;
Super bl'k doe skin cass. Pants;
Plain stripe and fig'd do. do;
Sattinett and Tweed do. do;
Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do;
VESTS:
Plain black satin Vests;
Fig'd do. do. do;
Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests;
-ALSO-
White linen and muslin shirts;
Figured do. do. do.
Merino shirts and drawers;
Silk and cotton shirts and drawers;
Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats,
and Scarfs;
Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton I Hose;
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and
Caps; also, a very large assortment of Boots
and Shoes, &c. MILLER & Co.


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


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


B n V g% j 114- 4 a I' Ro pe.
GOOD .iti.tl.eof Power Loom Kentucky
B ).,gin and good Rope, for sale by
jan31 5 N,-UK AA STONE & CO.


Bagagilg and l fope.
100 'llPCS. Kentucky Bzi.:
JIVV 100 coils ",,,e; '. ,.. Hessians.
4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


Twenty Dollars Reward.
FOR the apprehension of the boy HENRYj
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 JEN KINS.
Apalachicola, Jan 17, 1846. 3-tf


Spring Goods.
JUST arrived per brig Metamora-
Rich Fancy Prints-English arid 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-doubler
and single.
50 pes 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, tor Spring Dres&-es.
Ladies' Kid Walking Shoes, skinss and Gaiters,.
Do black and colored Kid Slippers and Ties,.
Florence, Leghorn, Open-worl; and'DunstablI
Straw Bonnetts,
Plain, striped and -figured Swiss and Jackonet
Muslins.
Besides many other articles which the subscriber-
intends to sell very low.
March 28- F. KOPMAX.


On Coils] i-n amllc i12i,
100f^ BOXES N- v `:.:..,0. ,.rm Candles,
100' for sale low for Cash, by
I\V .. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.


On Consignment.
T HE subscriber has just received from the
_[ manufacturers and publishers a beautiful lot
of Paper Hangings, Foolscap and Letter Paper,
Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer
Books, etc., which he offers very low.
Feb 7 F. KOPMAN.


GardenB Seeds.
W ARRANTED fresh, just received and
sale by JX C. ALLEN,
Jan. 24 Druwzist.


for


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


For Sale..
40) BBLS MESS PORK; 20 1 bbls No. 1
U Mackerel; 20 j 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 ut.surpassed by any, and
will be sold at prices to suit the times.
Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam
Engines of the most approved patterns.
Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
A Machinist constantly in attendance to repair
Presses and do light work.
Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three
times as much type as their bills amount to, may.
give the above six months' ,insertion in their pa-
pers, and send their papers containing it to the
subscribers.
COCKROFT & OVEREND, 68 Ann st.
New York, Aug. 6, 1845. 34-6m


Perfumery.
OLOGNE, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex-
C tracts, Violeta, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal,
,&c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Roses, &c.
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN.
Goods on Consignment.
A SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting
Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco,
Gunpowder, Brandy, &c., is offered at New
York Invoice prices, by
jan3, 5 NOURSE, STONE& CO.


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-
ment of MIxED PAINTS of All, colors, for Steam
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together with,
a variety of articles in the painting-line, too nu-
merous to mention. -
House, Sign, aid Steam Boat Painting,, anti
Glazing, done with neatness and despatob, at
moderate prices, for cash.*
22 Water street, Apalachicola.
Jan. 10, 1845.
Iron, Nails, Ac*
T HE subscribers have on hand and for siale,
JL wholesale and retail, low for Cash-
20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assorted ais
50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut,
Sheet and Boiler Iron, .
Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
Sugar and Coldren Kettles, -
Cook and Parlor Stoves,.Sad Ironsi,
Blacksmith's- Tools' Hardware,.
Britannia andJappand Wares, BrawAndironfr,
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs,
Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boxes, ,
Marlin Spurn Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Cordage,.
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar, Rosi.n,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,. ,
Paintsu and Brushes, Rigging and Pump Leather,,
Matts. Pumps and Buckets, '- .
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware. ,
March 14 ROBERTq, ALLEN & CO..-


!^~'



GIBSON & 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;
150 lbs Tremont Starch;
50 kegs No. 1 White Lead;
10 Paris Green; 10 do Chrome do;
10 Chrome Yellow;
100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. feb28 9


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

BY R. E. RAIMOND.


-IfORO s-e S..
5 0 BBLS- N_ 0. Molasses, for sal by
March 7 J. DAY & Co
Saddlery.-for Sale at: Cost and

H AVING on hand an assortment, of Saddles,
JBridles, &c. &c I Will dispose of them as
above f,,r cash. ,
On hand-a fine Buggy and Harness, which will
te s,%d for cash.
March 28R P' HOBART.


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


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


A Card.
WISHING to close our business in this place,
we are prepared to sell our extensive stock
of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at
unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance
Merchants and others visiting this city, will find
it to their interest to examine our stock before
making their purchasers
J. STEVENSON & CO.
Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1846 janI 3-tf
Removal.
M'/ILLER & CO. have removed their stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing, &c., from the corner
of Water and Chestnut streets to the store on
'Water street, formerly occupied by S. B. Hamil-
ton, where they will constantly keep on hand a
large assortment of READY MADE& CLOTH-
ING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c. &c.
Oct. 25, 1845. 43--tf


SNoiice.
C ASH wanted for sunday accounts of long,
standing. All persons' interested will take
due notice and govern themselves accordingly, or
I will-- dun them personially.
March 28 PETER HOBART.


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


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


Lumber.
TUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Lum-
dber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000
feet White Pine, assorted from t 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


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


Pork & Beef.
A f BBLS. Mess and Prime Pork; 30 bbls.
4-0v Mess and Prime Beef, for sale by -
Marc 7 J. DAY & Co.




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C fllERCIAL ADVERTISER I }3uufnttl: ; m rrctor1. 1 rOftsg 01UIl Itfotfces. ----. )ottv!?. Nay-=," -said---the--fair- one-,-"you--- are such aivile --a-Mr. CALHOUN. _--- J.

rVBL1.ailED EVERT SATURDAY BY I B. Hawley, -- THE PROUD HEART deceiver I can hardly believe you." The following sketch of Mr. Calhoun, U
WYITIANovcfThir 'V I. SYDNEY GREEN M\ D. BROKEKt "Hear "
& me
FACTOR AND ; swear, said; Augustus by
osW01TL COMMISSION MERCHANT, Tell him, tell him, that in the hall, from the pen of a correspondent of the Bo.ton .-
Baltzell's; Buildings, corner of Cor. Water and Chestnut street, {Q(,* May be found at his residence, corner of I was the light of the festival ; I yonder moon I swear that you shall have a Journal

) Story and Chestnut streets. April 4 Apalachicola, Fa. Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion. Tell him, how proudly I paced the dance, hal f.dozen catfish for breakfast to-morrow ; -a Whig p'aper:-

Commerce I T. House. Nov 3. What powers I bore in a word. or glance. let the oath be registered." To those who have not seen Mr.Calhoun,
II. & C. II.
Austin And how each
TERMS. wave of my careless hand a short sketch not be
OSS._Three Dollars per annum.SIT COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Dr. A. W. Chapman, Seemed a strong spell, like a king's command. | CHAPTER VII. The He is a man about may 62 unacceptable.
ttt! Perjury. of about
-
: dvancc.( KHf payment is delayedsubscription Water Street $:j- Office over the Store of B. years age
Drug Hawley, six feet
jJflrlabl: I year, FIVE DOLor entrance Tell, him, tell him, my lip was wreathed Take them ; 1 implore thee, take them !t" in height, though the extreme slenderness -
the d Apalachicola Fa. ( on Chestnut street.) Residence at the With a glad, cold smile, when his of his
name him
1ta -
\ dem3nded. was Blithely the wife person gives an
the
i be house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. breathed young rose on morrow appearance
l.AU1\ less tenn than six I. D. BUGBEE. HARGROVE HOWARD ; to breakfast which of greater height. His bair is darkgrey
taken a January 10, 1816. 2-tf Tell him I laughed with the proud and cold she deemed would a
50months 5ubscnPSvill 1 invariably be charged for 3ii. bcc & Howard, J. :B._I5ro\vn In mockery deep, at those days of old, ; be happy-Augustus came, in his right very thick and very strong; and bu
discontinued until
;; No pap!r unless will be at(the option of the COMMISSION AND FORWARDING Those dreams of folly, the fair, the dim hand he held the string of fish but were wears it brushed up and standing erect from
.ti1Jreauies are paid, ATTORNEY AT LAW, When haughty spirit him. his forehead
MERCHANTS my was bowed to they catfish ? Stand aghast ye heavens, which is rather long and nar-

proPiet0: $. EU; >_One: square,(twelve lines No. 7, Columbus Block, WILL practice States in, and the the District State Courts Courts of of the the But tell him not, tell him not, day by day, when you hear it ; they were perch! Julia row His features, are I think, the most expressive -
ADYEaTIs inserted at the following Nov. i.1 iS 15. The light of dark I ever saw-and his i is
leu) congricuousy ApalachicohFa.Samuel Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western my eye blenched away; caught one glance-her delicate system eye a living
or Schiffer. Circuit. Tell him not, how in the hush:: of night, could not stand the shock. Perch !" she wonder-no man that I know, possesses sopcnetrative

rate: u..$10 o3I:)!, One month. $2 50 WHOLESALE AND RE rAIL Office, in Tallahassee. His Till form hanrtJ would were rise to my aching sight, wildly cried and sank lifeless to the ground. a glance. I remarked him ashort
GROCER. clasped o'er
my closed
| ..... my
qwyeaT.- Three 2 00 eyes,
oil weeks time
..." 1 )' 03-: PartichUfr. attention paid to putting'up mily, January !0,1846. 2 3m To hut out those haunting memories. ago wiien Allen was making iiu
.
Sitm/oth"'h.;. .....') ?) Two wp.t"ks.1 50 violent
1'hre!: ........ (OOi One insertion......1 00 steamboat and ship stores. II. E.: Owens, Friend friend CHAPTER VIII.-TJie Denoument.cc attack upon him. although he replied}
rbro' moot'". No. 4D! Water street, gentle thou hast loved me long, calmly, and in a few sentences demolished
havin the number of inser- ATTORNEY And heart Man's inhumahity to woman, makes countless
is stirred
AT
; d ec20 LAW thy with and
wo
my the ,
: Apalachicola, Fla. wrong thousands arguments of the Ohioan .
ff$38ei by Uw are subject to exception ---:- NEWTON, Dale County, Ala. Oh be it neVr to the false: one known mourn. noisy yet ih

1 t ron: the above! rates. Joel W. Perry, January 10, 1S1G.!} 2-tf That my spirit's worship, was his alone. Sadly they bore her to her long home; unconscious curl of the lip; the contemptuous
who} advertise} by the year a liberal dis- RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND In my dying heart is a gush of pride; flowers were strewed over her grave and the glance of his eye and the une.isy sliuf
To those 41 not COMMISSION REMOVAL. Tell him not, tell him not, how I died. fling in his chair
touatwi11bena ; bit advertisingSrictly MERCHANT, face of all her acquaintances were a lugubrious : I plainly demonstrated that

pertaining to their own business, as Dec No. 42: Water street, XV. G. 1!!. Davis, Say that I passed, in my flush of power, aspect. But there was one whom that he is a man of naturally quick and sensitive

till as all I leal, advertisements: sent m by them, 20 Apalachicola, Fa. ATTORNEY AT LAW, A rosedashed down by a sudden shower; sad sight struck down! to the earth-it was the feelings, and felt ?.nnoyed just as no elephant .

\' .llb", charged at the usual rates. J. H. & .T. M. Mull Office A string which burst in the tide of) song, perjured Augustus. can be vexed by a mosquito.
{;:J-- in Floyd's new Building, opposite Touched by a hand too full and | Wildly rushed forth .
either
a1'1re'l to the strong His
; ';- T.'Iters< may in'l b* mast :lie POSTPAID: I to insure4tinii. diFA CTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, the_Mansion: House. Dec 13, 1845.: A star, that shot from its: lofty sphere, ; and sought consolation in the bowl-it was head is rather small-hardly, I be.
licve
i.14, f,'ro4irtet&t!: -, No. 43 Wterstreet Losing its lustre and glory here. 'not there-and goaded to frenzy, one day what a phrenologist would call a fitm .
,
( ._..__ _.v-_ __--:L33n :---___--_ __ ___ NOV., 1SJ5. APALACHICOLA FA. A. G. Scmisics, MARGUERITE.From | he walked calmly to the Navy Yard, and bead-nor, I understand, is he very remark
---- --
) ATTORNEY AT ---- -.-- able for
_
LAW. -
-------- phrenological assistance in his
: ---- enlisted in the marines. acquired -
i tt !J !Ct t c 3 Office, J\"o. 2 Capt. Simmon's
g. David G. Building, iicdUantotui. greatness-but he
Raiiey sufficiently
______ Philadelphia 1846. great

12arle 1 ...I\o.i r-..". -s-- JolinMunn.:- \ ; -Ivi ;IIi Rogers. COMMISSIONS AND DEALER FORWA IX DIXG GOODS!MERCHANT, -nov5-- cor._ Centre & Commerce Apalachicola--- streets., Fla. [ the St Louis Reveille.] PAUL JONES.: -The Charleston Mercury black without without it. His ornament dress is of always any kind a plain-he

f.Iias. Rogers A-:: Co., X o. 43 Water street. .TI Laws THE PERJURED HUSBAND. of a recent date; contains the following vindication makes! no display of jewelry except a watch

c t' 0 M M IS:SIU :X M1RCILANTS; Nov 5. ly _ApalachifioK Fa. ATTORNEY AT LAW of .the character of Paul Jones, chain and bunch of seals which he wears
A TALE
IN TilE
Water street, MAGAZINE STYLE. which has suffered as much from the prejudices after the old fashion manner. He
1 1S11'' Apalicliicnja, Fa. Francis Itopman, Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga. which \Vearlitplain
AnriJ I, foreign paragraphists implant- black stock with
military an
lI BY JOE MILLER. upright
Will
u--- : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN t ccr attend punctually the SuperiorCourts ed in the minds of his own and cal lar and
has
S. Davctipurc succeeding its perceive
at
SHOES, DRY GOODS.CLOTHING,HATS,&.c. of the counties of Early, Baker and Decaturc of you a glance, .
I 1-0 R W A RD1NG AND COMMISSION:\ :\ : Cheap for Cash, t th South: Western, and of the county of Thomas CHAPTER 1.-The Introduction. :generations, as his private fortunes did from an utter contempt for show or "ffecl tiouon -*

.MERCHANT _octl I Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.. of the Southern Circuit. may3 Coming; events cast their shadows before." the disinterested quality of his patriotism. the contrary; be is careless almost to

:\0.)0) Water--reel! "Dear me, Arabella! did you hear that In our ov/n cruntry-thp land for which slovenliness in the matter of dress, and the'eterun

Ajjtljclncola. : ; Fa. Wholesak J. C.and Allen, John Bilbo, Augustus Snooks was introduced to Julia that gallant: spirit devoted his sleepless energies \ old blue>> cloak in which he daily

{.::)- Libr.f.,111\'aTI, t.'S i fl id* tin cotjsi; i;!'inientsi DRUGS, MEDICINES Retail, PAINTS Dealer ,in OILS, ATTORNEY ALBANY AT LAW, Sniggers last evening, at Mrs. Fitz Fad- -there are many who associate the walks to the Senate, looks as if it bad done

t" wv; fneuds: : m Xv O.lcaa>, .?\'.*\" York crApril. GLASS, BRUSHES: &c.> &c. GA. die's party ?" memory of John Paul: Jones with reckless! sufficient service to entitle it to be pensioned

U\"eTjMIIII. 191G. also, I WILL practice.' in the several Court of the, La me, you dou't say so?" daring, sometimes displayed in questionable off for life in the family wardrobe or the
Circuit and
.1 general axsortmcnt of Thomas and: N. O. .
enterprizes:-[ Picayune.The National Institute.Mr. .
Emily
Stewart Pumpkin she
counties was telling me
if. 3AIM*U, BOOKS BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &6. ; fate of Paul Jones
living and dead Calhoun's
,rHn.u.1-, 1) Rn.., cor. of Centre & Commerce streets t Aug. 5, J8J5. 3J-tf said old Smashpipes, who you know is as I style of speaking is plain
DZLErllDlm'! ; { -; MK5VCIXF/; : ?, PAINTS,, _nov5: _Apalachicola, Fla. -- bjlind as a bat intended to introduce young has been a strange and a hard one, and contains and. unassuminghe i is as terse Webster[ ,

01 r, GL:\ 3, &.r.., ty. P. Advances. Julius Numbscull and mistook Augustus: j i as many items of injustice as ever fell I and depends for effect more on logical arguments -

AIM-\ ei iieral i'ssmtment of Slati'ieiy. MANUFACTURER:Hobart, THE Subscribers continue to mak advances on for Julius and introduced him to the handsome to one man's lot. Among the foremost and than on tropes and flowers of rheto
AND DEALER IN
C-ir. of Chestnut and Water streets CABINET( FURNITURE.CO consigned to their friends at Liverpool Julia, as his friend Numbscull." most devoted, he plunged into the struggle rico He makes no display of action cribs

April I 11 I__ _. _ __Amlvbirnh.__ _ _1*"._ :; No. 44 Water:street-Up stairs; HaHeKcYork and Boston:; .Happy to have the pleasure of your ac- of our Revolution, and threw into the common usual accompanyments of oratory. He (leldom -

11. D. I>nnlcu, novTft; _Apalachicola. Fla. Dec 5 D. B. WOOD & Co. quaiutace Miss," said Augustus, my friend I treasury a soul as heroic, as adventurous moves a foot, but clasps his hands before -
29 Water street. :; has as exhaustless of resources as ever him and proceeds in loud
LockCiart Smashpipes: made a mistake, however, a manly
Xo. t 2! Columbus! Buildings' A Young,
lived, endless labor, Dud to the last tone to with his
COMMISSION and FORWARDINGMERCHANTS Advances to New Orleans. my name is Snooks. money grapple argument. With
D.T.)- eH15.: Apalarhiroln.: : : Fa. LIBERAL Cash Advances made on consign j- "Indeed! what will Amelia Simpkins dollar of his fortune. The only naval officer him every sentence is: a blow. He haa DO

E:. I T Num;><% II. B. : lflhit', II. \\t. Brook No. 53 Water street, : Cotton oi} other produce to New' thrleans. ink when she hears it 1" in the service who showed the intuitive m dodging-no winding-no appealing lo the

tf: onrsc, SI )nc & Co., nnv3f f) Apalachicola, Fla O J. DAY & Co. "I guess she won't like it-very singular: genius of a great chief, he not only was not passions-no American eagles, "patriotism

COMMISSION I :\11 C RC II ANTS, W 'V. SUI WM. W. Dec 6 52 Water st. introduction wasn't ii ?" placed where he belonged at the head of the ," and all thai kind of thing-Jbut hf h

No. .1'!* Water stnvt, M. It. CHEEVEU.Situs 1. Advances. .. Very." navy, but was postponed in rank to a long clear and precise in his reasoning, and powerful -

nhv. A uluchicoh, Fa.!: & Chce\rer, THg undersigned will make liberal advances string of men who had no reputation and I in his attack on errors of his opponents -
COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, Cotton never acquired any. Engaged in the most t -who in the
consigned to his CHAPTER instance
friends II.
------- -- --- ------- : : in New -The Courtship. present ar:: his
Rctjinsi2i .Sailor, docl-1(;K::>- 0fce, No. C Columbus Buildings, York, Boston and Providence. Alas, the course of Hue love never did active and successful service, for seven years "friends." He does not descend to personality .

r a M :\\11 I SH O X M 1 ERCIIANT, Apalachicola, Fla. WM. T. WOOD, smooth." run he not only received not a dollar of pay -but his look expresses indignation

X'J t t Water slrei-t-Up s.iir; :<, CooZte A Ilornc, Nov29 42: Water street. The roseate tint of the setting sun was! and no rations, but he was almost the whole better than words and his hints of scoru aro
!D.) !:
I.HM.) AiKii.tchicota! Kb.J -
I --- -_ ----------- COMMISSION: MERChANTS, Advances.; gilding the scarlet hair of the beauteous lime in advance to Congress for money fr sharper than any two edged invective.

!EGXUU H.\ '. IXiMKL) J. DAY. No. 13, :St.:; Charles: Street THE subfcribers! countinue, as heretofore, I to: J ulia Sniggers, with its last faint beam, and paid out in repairing his ships and feeding Thus, while referring to the scoffing;; man
liberal advances on Cotton the head of his crews. From time to time he occupied: tier in which recommendation of
J. Day fz: Ci>., New-Orleans.! consigned t beauty shone like a show buttle t a "wisoand
t to the a'ddress of their Iriends in Liverpool New ; himself in giving the Navy Department his had
in masterly inactivity" been
CitIISION: : > M Ell Oil A NTS ANDREW S. CCOKI AMOS HOKN.JTris. a ;pharmacutist's window with a light spoken
fl'u 8. York: or BosUi. C. ROGERS & Co. behind it. Upon the floor at her feet views, full of sound sense and comprehensive of, and assuming that many senators understood -
No.;02 \\r1I.'r t'trcet, Oct. 25 41 Water street. of the of the "
kneeled the : system organization navy. by his "mere inaction the
young Augustus ; madness! was sneering
I IleeG .\l'\J.1chicola; Fa. F. Farrior, TT XCHANGi: i n his heart and in his But while time has confirmed his views and manner in which he assured 'those who thus:
New York fury \ I
*.. Aij, \l'ntC tOT tIi\ '" .':tiidlrMirjuceCo. GENERAL RECEIVING. FORWARDING fc : on for sale eye.h
: :
: by'h led
their it
JCJ! dearest to adoption, was not till the world: misconstrued his meaning, that
't't''Pr"hllun( IiisirunCn.! ." suiJ tie: Hart-! t COMMISSION: MERCHANT, S. oie, ? enquired he in the agonyof "they were
f"r.11:1"utnr: ,* Ct..." I JIulf"r,1 I Con Xo. 9 Columbus Block April 11. 50 Water !street. his passion. The beauteous cheek of had forgotten: who was their author. bnt in the horn-book of political science,"'

-L-<-. -I'roil.--E.-- --Das-- -nov9._ Apalad1icola. Fla. the lovely Julia grew white as her pockethandkerchief But the most heinous wrong done to Paul L expressed more as he turned round and

,FACl'jR AND COMMISSION:\ [ T. J. S.\- I"ORV. M. M. BUTT.Satiftml subscribers Exclmuge.: as Agents for the Bank of as she tried to hide the intensity I- Jones is found in the popular notion of his spoke it at Hannegan, than an nfzborain'
& Kim THE of her character, which seems to have been borrowed half hour's vindication of advice which all
M12 I : CHANT.No. < ,are prepared to purchase bills on feeling- Na}, Augustus,
:-2 Colurn'ja: Bloci: COMMISSION\ \ MERCHANTS. New York Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or spare a virgin's: young affection," she faintly :t- from the coarse slanders of the British understood however they might have misrepresented : -

". ..i.\lo: \.;. nhlOhic-01a.. ( Fa.SIirs No. 36( Water Street, Charleston, and check on New York in sums to murmured some other time." ., Ala, press, al the time he frightened the Isle: it.
I -----, --------- -------- dccl. J Apalachicola, Fla.Avcry suit ;purchasers. i is it so," said Augustus, "I never had a from their propriety and put Mistress Britannia [- He only deals with facts and is essentially
3 iZoItrs -
cr < Nov 25 WM. G. PORTER &, in a paroxysm of terror and a He discards
&: Jones Co. dear Jzelle-but; no Moore is an enthusiast rage. practical man. all theories -
,
CMMjsIoN:j M C It C H A N T S For half
he
existed in the
a
and is
century have
1'0. GROCERS & CODII:3SI0IEIlCIIATS: IXSPECTOR.-The undersigned said Snooks, calmly rising and resolutely popular reported to a supreme contempt -
.1rnl't;a far ,,,,. No. 31 Water street.: LUMBER been appointed Inspector of Lumber l buttoning: up his coat-Julia let us mind as little better than a successful! for modern metaphysics, deeming

'STiN M'JTUXL IXS'J'KAXCIC COMPANY: -_Dec 13 __ AtMlachicola, Fa.- for Franklin County, offers his services to the walk and have some Ice Cream." ruffian-a big ferocious savage, with a diabolical I- them visionary. If the speech he delivered

of/; Cif/ tit.Yic J'ia/-, "v. A. fc P. C. Kaiii, public in that capacity, and will attend to all eye, whose voice in battle was that yesterday in an hour and a half had ucen

Xo. \Vatcrstrot-J 1 duties appertaining to said appointment. He may CHAPTER III.-The Declaration. of an enraged tiger whose soul exulted i in diluted on the Plnunegan system, it would
COMMISSION:: ::\ MERCHANTS:
N'i 1..1.t I isr. Aualarhicoh: 1-'. : be found at 22 Water street. killng men, sinking ships and burning; towns. have occupied at least three days.
those
0'fice: No. 4 Columbus Buildings, March 23 By bright eyes, like the roe, my love! my
JAMES The friend
il'.vanl! .llcCally, Nov. 1 J. i4ii.J: Apalachicola, Fa.Win. GIBSON.- life I love thee !t"o correspondent and companion However we may differ from Mr. 'Calhouu -

fCI't\n'I) ON- :MEtcIlA'cT'D: : DEALER I T UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned Shall it be Vanillia or Lemon ?" f Franklin a ruffian The idolized hero in some of his: political views, yet alt)

l> I'M (;OU1J:50: : GROCEllIliS.:; II. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.Win. i JLJ having been appointed Inspector of Lumber "Vanillia if you please," gently answered of thc Court of Versailles a savage Neverwas must confess that he is one of the age, and
BI. imbroH3i & Co., for the County of Franklin there a more caricature. Paul 1 his intellectual
Xo. 9} Columbus Hlock, I offers his services to the fascinating :zit I. rascally great rrecedence is render
X,." 2 COMMISSION FORWARDING G he public i in t that capacity, and will attend to all Jones was a slender man, delicately moulded I- ed more admirable by the uniform moralityof
; "Bring two vanillias said
.\pJI dJ icola: Fa. MERCHANTS.\ duties Augustus I to L
4 appertaining to said appointment. the waiter. and organized, handsome, courtly I in his life. I believe that the whispers cf

; Wai. G. Porter fc CO.tJEAl.EtS Office, No. 23 Water stl'eel-Up Apalachicola stairs, Fla., March 2'2. 18-15. CORNELIUS GRADY. The ices were brought, and the spoons manners, with a great love of refined society calumny have never dared lo breathe aught

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MERCHANTS. their friends in New York, Boson, Liverpool or VTasiiingtoii County. cold comfort to their mouths." writing poetry, and as distinguished throughlife neither gambled nor dissipated ; but when

2' No. 41 Water Strc.t.Apalaohicola. Havre. Nov. 1,1545.TZionas TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. Cold, cold, is Iot soliloquizedAugustus l for his humanity as his heroism ; and if exempt for a time from public duties, his

-v- .-.-- : Fa.Win. WILL\ be sold on the second Monday in Sep ; "I feed on my the /ice and relish we consider that, excepting the lion courage; days are spent on his plantation, which is
--- Preston, next, (llth) at the Court.house and intuitive that God
the genius gave him he one of the best in the South, and exhibit
1.rood, COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT door, at Rooche's Bluff, in Washington shivery luxury. Alas it was not sore
; county,
was in all self-made marks of the
respects absolutely a t throughout excellen
taste and
COMMISSION MERCHANT within the usual hours of sale, the following *; I knew the idol of my affections!"

property : man, the refinement of his manners the the Jove of agriculture of its proprietor.
No. 41 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa. to wit : Then starting up. hysterically, he inquired,
cultivation of his mind his
Xov 4j, Apalachicola. Fa. Office,No.43, corner Water and Chestnut streets, Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lying with intensity will you be mine?;" comprehensive
:- up stairs.-Entrance on Chestnut street. in Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of and profound knowledge of his profession, Loss OF SHIP EDGAR.-The ship Edgar.

.hTlEIT DODUE. CHARLES PRATF.: Oct. 25, 18J5 6m the estate of Jacob A. Blackwell, and to be sold. CHAPTER IV.-The Acceptance and his power of developing his ideas in logical Capt McManus, from this port bound to

Bodge &: Pratt, for the taxes for the year 1815. order and with rare clearness of expression New York laden with pork. lard and cotton
She is '*
*?*PPIXG & COMMISSION( Roberts, Allen & Co., Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ]ly L Ling thine-the word is spoken! $ will seem scarcely less marvellousthan has been wrecked ou Absecon bar. Shoran

MERCHANTS MANUFACTURERS IX IRONCOPPER, on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of Started by the terrible demonstration of the successful daring of his action. ashore on the morning of she 25th ult.

ov. 1'0.40 Water Street, BRASS, &c.ALSOrEALER8. Blackstone, and to bfc sold for the taxes passion the fair Julia swooned. Alas!" We cannot find in all naval history a hero Her crew and passengers were all saved
2t Apalachicola, Fa. IN for the year 1845. said Augustus, she is dead Ho burnt )
with higher awl more various clains to admiration but the ship is a total loss. In to
Hardware, Stoves, Britannia and Japaned Wares, Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes' feathers and sal I volatile !" shouted he deliriously Paul regard
CO\Jlclay{ & Hartshornc, Iron, Steel, Nails, Spike, Grate Bars, Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ, ; "to the rescue to the !" than John Jones. this wreck we found the following ID the
MISSION rescue But to the people of the United States I he: Philadelphia News of the 27th ult.
MERCHANTS. Sus.tr: Kettles and Mills, and other and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1845. But the call :-
N No. 40 Water street, Castings;Ship Chandlery,&c. Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek, beauteous was unnecessary slowly the i is something more. He is their that naval) [NO.Pic.
ovi Julia
__ 1. 1345. Apalachicola, Florida APALACHICOLA Fa levied the of A. S. opened her bright humid hero-he, more than other deserved to
: Oct. 25, 1815. on as property Bryant, and to and any The Edgar is a new ship of 450 tons burthen -
be sold; for the 1845. eyes smiled : "Oh, Augustus how you be honored the founder of and
year as our
navy built in the latter i
f GEXtU.L 1.D.;[ n. Wood & Co., I WILLIAM DICKEY. J. W. HAito\ : D. Also one hundrJ and sixty acres of land, lying frightened" me! 1 think you will be able to t the fount of its inspiration-the tutelar genius Brunswick, Maine, aud owned part of by 1844 Captain, at

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, [: Dickey &: Hammond, in Holmes Valley, levied on as the propertyof come it of our wooden walls. He first showed McManus, the father of her
commander.The .
N0. 29 Water ftre t.Apalachicola. I Henry Ahrens and to be sold for the
N0- ISHIP taxes for '
that and
.. .1S45. Fla. AND FAMILY GROCERS, the 1845. success was possible; so unexpected vessel is insured at Boston. We are
CHAPTER
year V.-The
:_ 32 Water-srtect, Apalachicola, Fa. JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff Marriage. and astounding was the proof that all happy to say that no lives have been lost. _

a. Thos. L. iriitclicl, October 19, 1845 42tf and ex-officio State Tex Collector., "Bright again eyes!" looked love to eyes which spoke Europe rang with the capture of the 8cr aT, he cargo will be partly saved, although in

DECEIVING. FORWARDING, AND March 28, 1846. 13-6m I pis' as if it hall been the downfall of an em a damaged condition.
COMMISSION MERCHANT, :II. R. Taylor, L_ The Saloon was crowded, and the guests pire. It was in fact, the birth of a rival I to -

No,, No. 37 Water street, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING Havana Segrars.Kf were happy. The Rev Bishop Smith performed the proud Mistress of the Ocean. FUNSY.-.A. droll fellow was asked by
....:.. .IS45. Apalachicola, Fla. MERCHANT, \ fffBEST Havana Segars, for sale the ceremony, Wilt thou," I inquired oldVoman an.
read
I to the and
No. 22 Water-street,' by WOOD & Co, he of the fair Julia take this man USE OF TOBACCO.-John Quincy Adams, it newspaper, taking ,

Myers & Ulitchcl, sept2 ly Apalachicola. April 4 32 Water st.: __ to be thy wedded husband?" The eye of in a recent letter says that iu early life 1 he up, be began as follows : 'Lastight
COMMISSION n about three o'clock '
MERCHANTS the maiden used tobacco, but for more than thirty years yesterday morning
Per Octavia from New Orleans. acquired a brighter brilliancy.as ,
Henry Hodges: in the afttraoon before
just breakfast
I
he has discontinued the have
No.
she practice.
36
Water.street
choice "
as above a selection of unhesitatingly answered I won't:
No, 15. Apalachicola Fa. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION RECEIVED and Provisions; also, a do anything else !uCHAPTER often wished" says he, that every individual a hungry boy about forty years old, bought

MERCHANT, freh supply of Spring and Summer Clothing, of the human race, affected with, this a penny custard, and threw it through la

&LYA WYLIE, WM. A. McKENZI'E.Wylte :- 22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa.- made up in the latest style, for sale by -VI.-The Vow. artificial passion would prevail upon himselfto stone brick wall made of iron, and jumpingover

& McKenzie, H. R. WOOD. P. W. CULLEN. GIBSON & CLAPP, 'Tis deeply sworn, we will see anon." try, hut for three months the experiment it fell into a dry mill-pond and was
March 21 22 Water street.BILLS which I have made, and am sure it would drowned. About forty years afterwards,
COMMISSION __ Months
rolled o'n and '
MERCHANTS, Wood & Co., .. Augustus and Julia that same day wind blew down
the
of tobacco land into wheatfield a high
No..42 Water of the Commercial Bank of Macon re- turn every acre a
were and
f- street AUCTIONEERS happy-economy neatness
COMMISSION( -
,.t. i,1945. Apalachicola,Fa. MERCHANTS AND at par for Goods at the lowest cash over all their domestic arrangements.presided ; and add Jive years to the average of Batch church, and killed an old sow and
two dead Boston and dead
pigs at a bona
human life.
e8, byMarch
lYIlehael No. 32, Water street, pri "I think." said Julia one evening at
A. kicked blind "
man's
Myers a out.
_B. ELLISON & Co. eye
4UCTI'ONEER. AND COMMISSION Nov. I, lSt5e Apalachicola, Fa. ':_. their usual meal "I think I should like Somebody says that females go to meeting _ _ .

MERCHANT, Liberal advances made on consignments. Rope. I some catfish for breakfast; will you get up, on Sunday to see each other's new {ff}:?" An arrival from China at,New York

};eYe J No. 38, Wa.ter stset. The strictest attention paid to Sales out Do or'. 300;;COILS, for sale by early in the,morning.and purchase'some?*' dresses and bonnets. That's downright; brings news. that the treaty with thUcoun ..

IS15. A acnicoI.,P'Ia. Sales at Store every Saturday. I march ,iD B .WOOD & 'ccS ). I'\1 Dearest I will," answered the buatai nd. scandal.: They go to show their own. try'wai ratified. on the 29th Deeember ..

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(frtm the New York Sou- ;xr: ; -Ai>rl; 21.] 1 ted States receive in ;she policy which is now I I a rope of good size was: next attached and the said convection of the sixth of August, Gus reasons, it ought never to be voluntarily con upon the members, and their'fivorite i *- --

in England. hauled& by Thompson. finally a block, eighteen hundred and had taken would
16 Days later from Eu ol C. being developed up \ twentyseven.The cede plce. porter3 rtult. The pre-senl (

ARRIVAL OF TIlE STKAMEIl CALEDONIA. Tib: tintTisii! TARIFF.-The great and I. which being fastened to the top of the LightHouse resolution was transmitted to the Such a course would have been in conformitywith be superior to the temptation* thtu.Cou

The Steamer Cnledonia) arrived :it Boston comprehensive measures" of Sir Robert '. and having a rope ro've through it, House. and was rejected by that body. popular prejudice, for it is a common opin- do wrong; but the tendency the btl
another in enabled the haul of
Peel to ouple
has passed through stage crew: up a Pn
yesterday evening, sixteen days: from Liver I its progress! towards! its legislative, finale. men., by whose aid) Thompson was safely On the 21st, the House appointed a Committee ion, that the cause dissatisfaction with the city make members appropriate to I heir CWD \

pool.Our from I The second reading after week's- debate, : landed on terra firma. The Indians had attempted consisting of Messrs.: C. J. Ingersoll; government springs f/om it* tnal-g&ministration public money, and to make them un i

Liverpool files and uh.rh$the r.re 3d in from tim} 4b London: inst., were II was: carried} by n majority of 83, which wasa I; to reach him by means of>the Owen and Htlliard, to confer with the Sen- rather, than from any defect in the Charter. But in dispensing it to others ha been pUpJiJ;?*

\vardeclltY l Express: over the Long Island I diminution of 9. as compared with the lightning rod to which they had attached ate on the disagreeing votes between the in ascribing their grievances to the inefficiency or : hibited in some of the actions of their pre
R.ulroad: arriving;: here( this morning at 'five 'I first great parliamentary division that followed thongs of buckskin, but could not succeedin two Houses the resolution the dishonesty of their rulers the people have evident sors. I will, also, be pursued bj their
I' on giving
o'clock. its introduction into the House of Com getting more titan half way up. .; ly mistaken the true cause of the difficulty. Act- on unless a new organization of oar tni'
I Notice
to Great Britain.
The Cotton market, more especially! is mons. ----- ----- ------- ------ ing upon this delusion, they have uniformly and government should put it out of their power lCp

laboring under the effects of the general de COllunacIAL.-The of the commercial accounts COMMERCIAL) ADVERTISER. In the Senate after some little discussion unwisely applied the wrong remedy; and, in consequence I is admitted that in these. iustrtion of*
from all are desponding -
pirts country
between Mr. Allen and Mr. Calhoun it
pression. was operation of a
instead of have
\Vith the i removing, affixed the government uniting Iegijat| (
The quondam frirntls of Sir Robert Peel!' and of the gloomy.Iron trade in which solitary great exception activity -- APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1546. agreed, by ballot, to appoint a Committee more firmly the evils that encompass and oppress executive duties: in ona body, the aUa.e%
tell him t $.a.ris, that he i is fall- :0C
candidly
owing to causes there to meet the one on the part of the House, them. Change of men has been the constant wrong are mere implication and
iaz: -.that his days are numbered ; but he prevails: temporary {&- Th following gentlemen are authorized
blunts the sneer by referring to, the noble is not a branch of manufacturing industry Aleuts for the COMMT.K.CIAL: ADviRTISERand will consisting of Messrs. Berrien, Corwin and cry, and every new election baa seen a change of but are they not sufficient to c n tntr:

cause in which he will fail: -tha: cause! of I which i is not suffering more or less under receive and receipt subscription?, or advertisements Haywood, nil of whom were opposed to receding the whole or a portion of the City Council ; bu that there are sources of evils incident and i k ,'

liberating the industry! and commerce of the i paralysis. ._ :- from the ;amendment passed by the no alteration of measures-no substantial benefit table to the system ? I other proofs

country from the swaddling: clothes of pro. AFFRAY AT CHARLOTTESVILLE, (VA.)- MESSRS. MASON & TUTTLE, 33 William Street, Senate. As Mr. Hilliard of the House followed: whatever men, of whatever parly, were quired it would be an easy matter to pn"

lection under which it has been well nigh New York. elected, the same course was pursued, the same I numerous lact?,showing that it is the
Death of a Student.We learn by yester- DAVID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans. Committee was known to be in favor of the cfrria
'Glnol herrll. \VY.V.. CHEEVKR, Esq., Albany, Ga. abuses practiced, the same results followed. : dency of such an nOn to combine the
Very little hns: been said: about the Oregon day's Richmond papers that a riot occurredin J.utEslI.V'n.oN: Esq., Fort Gaines, Ga. Senate resolution, it was presumable that Looking beyond acts that implied a want of faith possible expenditure with the least utility Iar

question.The Messrs. & Co.'s Major JACK HARDMAN Eufaula, Ala. four out of the six conferees would sustainit .
Raymond Menagerie, fulness and uprightness disgraceful moral delinquency sponsibility;but as it is ever :an ungrateful tUk"

Chronirle,advocates have: lowered of the their London tone Morning and- exhibiting at Charlottesville. between the ar-:: About fifteen speeches in pamphletform ; in which event there was but little doubt 0 the put of those who have admin dwell too minutely on the frailties of poor 60aa

begin'! to talk coaxingly: I of the advantages: of ut1enrs aid the keepers, which resulted in I on the Oregon and other questions, the House would accept 'he Report of the istered our municipal affaire' altogether too broad nature, and it is not necessary to myargt!

free trade and the worihlessness of Oregon.Cargoes I the death of one of the students. The following I came to us by yesterday's mai!. For all of Committee, and that the notice would passin and sweeping sought, and fancy I have found, will pass I them over.

: of Indhn Corn are daily reachingthe letter to the Enquirer seems to be which our hearty' thanks are given to our the form proposed by the Senate. the true and legitimate source of our affliction in Apalachicola, from ih geographical piti

British ports from the United States, an authentic account of I the fatal affray : attentive Senators in Congress, Messrs. the defective nature of the government under the outlet of a great river, pervading a fertile

and large quantities: have been teleased: ) from *' and very UNITED STATES SENATE. which these rulers acted. Considering that if highly cult\'atc country ; from its superiorV>
During the performances just as \VESTCOTT and YULKE.
bond duty free under the Treasury order of the had .entered the MR. ALLEN AND MR. CRITTENDEN.: reform i is to be effected, the (energies of (the people advantages; it great and increasing
mentioned. for its exclusive lone managers cage -But these the dust in the balance COUIt
already: ( Shops I are as
with the lion, tiger, leopard and cougar: interesting scene occurred in the Senate on must directed to more than a mere changeof ought reasonably to be expected to increase i
retail! jr.de: arc being opened' in of the I I the thanks the Hon.
many some of the audience approached near the compared to we owe the 16th ultimo. Mr. Johnson's amendment men, I have endeavored; to call their attention wealth and population. But all the
large towns! anil the AuiFiican: mode of I blel
usin!: it, i is gi'neially adopt( >ci. I I cage, and were cautioned by one of the JAMES \VESTCOTT, for the invaluable to the House resolutions of Noticewas to the defects in the structure anti Of';niztion of possesses in common with the whole country

The glnun whirl Ivmjs over business! i men attached to I Menagerie nol to do present of the Narrative of Capt. Fre- read to the Senate, and various amendments the system, as .The tru", primary and efficit-nt the advantages of situation; all the indostrjy

has been gradually deepening during I the I so the, ::s serious the consequences with the might wild ensue beasts.to mont's Exploring Expedition." 'Ve'l keep to the amendment were offered by cause of most a the evils and abodes If which enterprize its inhabitants are neutralizjtl

last six weeks-the last: 1 fortnight:: being; the I person in cage the book alway, as mark of our very high different Senators whom they have so perseverjngly and energetically the despotism and impolicy of municipal
Some words ensurd! between I he keeper and ; -among was Mr.
d.uktst. of all. Under the most favorable; The city has declined from the
for able and distinguished I.ined.! position itcr
of them to thea2'e. -personal-regard our : comp
one or more pressing on Allen! -all of which we're After I
circumstances there little chance of negatived.
seems
I and continues
when If the latter struck the Senator. \Ve can't lend it In of this I undertaken occupied, : to delne.
one even ;iso pursuit object, ha1"f an PopuI3
seeing: the new tariff on the statute hooks the question was taken on Mr. Johnson'smnellcment : amid the increase of the ,
before the end of May. keeper twice with a cane or stick, and he! none of.our borrowing friends need apply. examination of the character and structure! of our rapid country wk

The uncertainty about the tariff; in the struck in return with a stick and levelledtwo and passed by a vote of 30 to municipal form government, and shall endeavor i is connected, and upon..which it w depends

or three persons, one of whom never THB NEW-YORK ILLUSTRATED MAGA. 24, Mr. Allen arose, and in his usual blustering notwithstanding the exports of our
United Slates prevents goods from going to point ont tvherein i i is inewvitent with ant
aft elVtrll: spoke a word and died E.-The number of this knock-down pie have four fold baQ .
manner
forward, and will :greatly; l lessen! the l receipt May periodicalcomes proceeded to recognized and cherished principle I f rcjmlmcan im'reac : gt1

of duties in ihe United States for the first last night at about 12 o'clock Two; others his name is to us considerably; improved in typographical defend the position assumed by the Presi- institution!, and wherein it is incompatible, in its third of the number it contained at the
from Alabama. were
half or thi : so thit: the =apprehensionof Glover The dent the jire year seriously injured. and are now at the Mon- appearance. contents of the on Oregon question ; pronounced practical workings! with the interr**, safely ant >
i* almost t as bid as war itself. I I the most favorably situated, had
ticello House) Messrs. Johnson and! ) Williamson number are varied: and interesting ; :md take the highest encomiums upon the House of welfare of the citizen.I "prtiale
At Leeds, on Tnevl.jy!!; the, protracted! nno fourth its former valao numerous hoisj
;
stagnation ranged; prices to give way ; but and another Mr. Waring, less the Magazine all in all, it i is as worthy of Representatives for the unparalleled unanimity regret that in my former communication my I untenanted; all kind< cf property are flew

in rl'\"n. as well as i in fiuddi'rsfhld. the injurf"d.Vhile these things were taking place patronace as any of the periodicals of the with which they had passed their resolution purpose should have been so indistinctly defined, I i with loathing arid dis mt by t1J'! ; .
prmec'
trade. at present, is principally: by orders! the elephant I entered t ihe crowd. throwing;: d
from The America.Corn ;market, pending: : the discussions his proboscis about, to drive the people cutec steel engravings. Price, $3 per ann. have paid greater respect to the sentiment assailing g men, where my object was simply to collector; and the annual appearar.re cf thuot: !

from the ring. Cries of horror arose on all L. L Editor WM. TAYLOR Publisher of I ihe House and went on at to denounce direct atti-ntion to the evil.- :arising from false
of ihrt Government scheme<<: i is. like umly. ; ; length cer compels nearly tir man tC ak }himself r ri
nil the Pro-lure in.-trkcti! in a complete sides ; some were paralysed with fear, and 2 Astor House, New-York. the resolution which had just passed principles. As the most prominent of these in i question I whether or no he hid belter fly to tvr
could noj move( or he. moved by their _. our charftic i ?s already mentioned( ( th nnion
state of stagnation.; : Prices vary: but little, -------- the Senate, characterizing it as weak, timid) : the enormous taxiti.n ti> which IIP is saSjcf!
friends. \1eti. laying as it were, dead on I the 05s" The regular; monthly of the of executiv jnU legislative in the Council
meeting ,
hand
and from
111prt'I.pUl'cha to
parlies : e and and power : More decisive cannot be thedsolalion
charging the Senate with proof rr
ground I the huge elephant driving out i the paltry at'Jrdc
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mouth to satisfy their own immediate re-I, Apalachicola Temperance Society will and as thi .9 tie! Slll':'ll.r (lh- evilindcr :
people ; the keeper in the lion's cage ; men an attempt to skulk behind the bush, evade cil practically produced by an urismtib
quiremfnts. take place at the Church which \\e j-boi! I shill l direc tlii! "t:1i.Tof and ivf
Our Bamberg correspondent, under date pale with fear ; the women shrieking; ; children ilethlltist on responsibility ;and t throw it all tinon the Pre- II oppr; '*- covernment. cr of the extent t
<< ind servants crying! out Ihat the wild Monday! evening next. J were almost un your rear. crs to a lurther cuisideratinn: of the which r the boundless ijifts- of nature rnaj be re-.
of the CSth tilt., says; the emigration! fromGtrsniny sident. In concluding his patriotic i I : .
harangue T.H : i ii the!
heas, had broken (rum their and however subject political xnnr.ery true tiered the continued
; tu the United, Stairs tins cages necessary to mention the fact for : ;I V.nitfnry by long exi
year he boasted that he had on former occasion emblem of de pntism for it -for.-dcd oeC
them and) each Iwrsnll' anxious i upon: principles -
were
of such
would hare; Iw..n'p.rv. :great: if il had; not. upon our commnniiy is so emphatically a temperance i a IVlrHnf'nt. TAXATUS.
make his a scene which stood clone in the Senate not adverse to ,th'-.ie recognized
to ; escape presented ; on a great question only hy
been th the Ort deters
1
it :question many ; one, and these meetings are so
from going, as they fear a war. few would desire to witness. No damage: anxiously and on this he would stand alone, demcratic sta.'e'men, but by all republicans, and StC.TrTASU-R .-The N. Y. Expm
done what resulted anticipated and universally attended. --'The Chamber of Corn'nerce'tershiy
was to any person except even by most ot the present day. In says Jh
Nothing: of importance from France. and die alone rather than an act so r.1onarchisti
from a blow given by one) of the kePflt'rs.The that the first Mondiy evening of each month pass tUIJ. up h and "acted upon the SuV
he the drink of the o.r i its
another
Sp.iin; to on early operation
appears and the ages plliticallibEny W.
the undignified, humiliating to coun- : bill and the .
,magistrates have committed to jail I Treasury by nnanimnuscoEcurrcnct :
: is fixed
in thi
civil war. Ambitious chiefs ;and rival factions ; memory of, all, as a time deplored, for the maxim, Quo principi pacnit -
three belonging to t the try. i of of both *,
I persons menagerie gentlemen parlie ai
: are dragging Spain down! to the grave when they may hear good temperance addresses habit I'lgorcm" The command the
of nations.P.tiiLiAMKNT.iar: to undergo; further examination." This speech of Mr. Allen's was but little legis ( o ,i WP are informed the bilJ as I 511/3/ i i" condemned ,
!
from the basement and cheering Emperor has the torce of law..,) excited the deep as ruinous, and) impracticable ,n
that the who
The
: -E"glish politics cen Enquirer states man relished by the Senators who had voted for
cold water songs from the gallery. disapprobation of he: Roman jurist.! is so adverse I execution. They appointed a commiiiceto
I the in I two *> struck the fatal blow and) secreted I
Ire at present mowni m n- escaped the amendment., The charge against 1 !
a large
make business
\Ve need of the to the spirit and genius of car institution a rf'pot upon tlii> inrnsurijan
the English TaritTlI1il, the I Irish Cocrrion say nothing success
sures -
; : himself until when he :
Monday morning of the Senate of J iu rad* commercdbusmes"
majority a want of firmnessand to .
I that must t be convinced, no government, consequences
bill ; the bane and antidote. of the which: has crowned the efforts of this society every one !
.
was recognized in! the cars at the Junction a disposition to ;: in gpneral, the banks and, currci I
Gtivernme.nl. The latter measure i is bring and the influence has dodge responsibility, in this country-whether state or municpal-m: commiitnl
exerqised over I cyofthe From thut
fiercely assailed and.,) in tm''Ii, with! much: was instantly arrested, and brought down a i pronounced in such a domineering, arrogant be administered successfully and country.
the morals of our will be s.tisfactoril.! WP expect an able and lucid,' II., less n-j
force by the opposition ; for it proceeds: prisoner to Richmond. His name is said: to sufficient to refer community.ihe reader I the :nl presumptive manner, were not to that does not exclude this principle from its:con- port-onr that will be ;insinicfrr. to Cw-l
.
puu a principle repugnant: to every principle be ( Nutter. Baltimore Sun. to com stitution. So i is thij recenized thatit :
I
George I he listened to and borne in silence by that thoroughly: greys, and ;Falthrongho uiihe cou
. of civil that of the ments of the Grand I !
. liberty- : punishing: Jury upon lhis.suhiect.in .
fP& -- is could be 'found,
scarcely suppus.iMe man
majority. As soon as Mr. Allen had taken any I N. Y. STOCK MARKET.-The G.wc-f:
innocent with tlyj guilty. orThe::: following is from the Charleston their Presentments, which will be
foundin !
I of sound mind, who would not contend that the The in the sfwl!
downward lendercy
The Irish. Coercion Bill will he 5tontly i his seat: Mr. Criitenden arose, and with says
Evening: News, and is true : to.cay's paper.Praise from such asource authority should not be placed in had i market still continues and in fart srlfoj
opposed by the bulk of the T ri..h and a largrt; .. I much indignation, replied to the logisl'Ii'c
portion of the English: = Liberals in Parlia. An incident, occurred at the Key I>is- : is approbation, indeed.) J Achies"of distinct from the leghhtive i ; and acrcYdingly, I : are so eacer that they hardly waif untilij m
Light (House the Florida I the Senate inflicting upon him such a bidder is done to his
during !
cayne war. find neither correspondent- replyingto speaking ncccpt offer.j
ment. An angry debate took! place on I the tf your
which is perhaps north recording.: The PASSAGE OF NOTICE. scorching withering rebuke for his self- The ExpiPSof the same date j
evening of Tuesday: when this measure TiE my communication, alludes to it. Ir.defrnsiblea I I ( saJ5
came before the House. and l n narrow ma. Light; was kept by a man named Thompson The resolution of Mr. Crittenden-slightly important and dictatorial spirit as will long ? the principle unquestionably! is, disgusting as I The foreign news from Europe :e
old
jority of 33 in a tolerably fun! !hausp, :ifirmed ( his only both companion lived in:1 being small an house negro amended by Mr. Johnson of Md.,- be remembered by the belligerant and hotheaded it must be to the intelligent and patriotic, and ; from Mexico, but more particularly tlier-

) th.it it should take prece.lrnce; / of the ta- the man Light they House. One evening about near passed the Senate on the 16th till., by a Ohioan. The severity of the rebuke prejudicial as it i is: considered In the interests of' port in tin money market artirl? uf tb
riff. Our columns full of I London Times that !
;!f\ so important I' an especial mess:?
dusk they discovered a party of some 'fifteen vote of 40 to 14-instead of 42 to 14, as stated was only surpassed by its justness all classes, the strange anomaly is preented that
that have the from the ]
ranter we not space to pursue i Queen was soon expected
D
subject further; but as we before said the or twenty I Indians creeping upon them, in our last,-two Senators not voting ; and the gratification it afforded a large ma- its practice by our City Council is daily tolprated, I I American : have had a serious effw.upon :

interest of the l'ilrlint1lelltardehalrs; since upon which immediately retreated into Mr. Colquitt, of Ga., sick and Mr. Yulce, jority of Senators. Mr. Allen made an ef- and has been tolerated ever since the cstabhsh-; I the flir market and the panic" ijunchecked.

our last is divided between the measure for the of Light House, carrying with their with them and a i of Fa., absent on a matrimonial visit to frt at replication, but with very little grace.If ment of our present charter. I l Every thing is. down amltbfpj

feeding and that for dragooning: the Irish ammunition.keg gunpowder From, the windows guns of the Kentucky.The he did not see the justice of the reprimand Let it not be said that the scale on which the I: is a great; dpal of fright among bl'aesI me}

people.Sir Robert Peel, on the evening of Thurs" Light House, Thompson fired upon them following is the preamble and resolution lie had received, he evidently saw union of legislative :and.executive (functions in our ; II will as besen well 1 as that mime fancies.thesountIS.tjeSocbsutrer ;

sevcn:1:: times,-but the moment he would Council operates is so diminutive that fts cone-i
day, proposed a vote of thanks to the Indian: I authorising the Notice to be given :- that it was appreciated by nearly the whole The Philadelphia Chronicle -
show himself window the wouldhe inconsiderable: : fur notice. Besides says
at a ;glasses quences are too -
arms, which and he did. ,in the highest!' strain The of instantly riddled. with rifle balls, and he Whereas, by the convention concludedthe i Senate ; and after making two or three unsuccessful that nothing ought to be regarded as trivialor Paper of the very 'best class Ifotli i 10 thw

eloquence impassioned feeling. i. had; no alternative but to lie close. The Indians twentieth day of October eighteen !; attempts at explanation he took that involves sacrifice of true city and in New York, i is daily: selling at I K]
beauty of the eulogy was in fine harmony: hundred and between I unimportant a I
meanwhile getting out of patience at eighteen the United his seat, if not really humbled, at least withI per cent per annum. Thi banks dicout:
with facts and truths. The commander-in- I I j principle the impositions and oppressions result
Slates of and the : II
of the Uni-
America King much their will allow! but
as as means ai*
not being: able to force the door, which: : I
much cooler head than he
had taken the
I
chief and the Governor-General are to beelevatrd a be
from form government
led of Great Britain ing a tyrannical may

I Kingdom and I
Thompson: hail secured collected piles of: Ie"HI. I obliged to throw out (daily) large .Imnun
to the Peerage. I for (the period of ten and alt floor. If Mr. Crittenden had left thing and, indeed, are commonly greater to
wood which being placed; against: the door I years, ; any a great, of piper, fully half what is of re().
Lord Stanley in presenting a petition arid set fire to, in process of time not only !I iml.fnilcl) extended and continued in force ; undone in taming the would-be dictator of individual in a village than in an empire. That I

the other nicht in frtvor of protection expressed burnt through the door, but also set fire to''! by convention of the same parties, I: the Senate the passage of Mr. Johnson's the practice, under the principle, is deemed (ci! LOOK: WITHOUT WINKING.-The M'jj

a wish that the niiniiieri.il scheme the staircase to the lantern into I concluded the sixth day August, in the I members of the netie Tele:raph is causing gre.1oDder"
conducting resolution, by which Mr. Allen found him- some magnitude, by City Couci ] I
might he rejected ; but :\* a set-off( against; of our Lord thousand hundred j'I ment the !
and the year one eiclit 'I thrughout country amongic'j
his spleen his father the Earl of Derby, which Thompson From this negro was compelled and twenty-seven it was agreed that ', self in a minority fourteen to forty, must is sufficiently proved 11 the facts adduced showing -I rural population; of whom many; aUl" ,!roe; |
toVetreat. too,
although stricken in ye-trs and} laboring under driven the they flames were any country that may be claimed! bv either I have completed the work. how prompt they are to avail themselves of.1'i are told. We find the following a cotisj
disease determined it is finally by encroaching and that it he I
has said to the northwest coast of America its advantages; mut prejudicial to try newspaper : i
parlyon ,
outside the
and forced
were : to on I I
leave his quiet quarters! at Knnwsley: in order wall which get than three parapet westward of the Stony or Rocky mountains, [For the Commercial Advertiser. the interests of the city results from the known Last week, we are informed, a JOBKI
to he present in the House of Lords was not more n. EDITOR :- law is the I from northern who had bet
feet wide. The flames now began to ascend now commonly calle.l the Oregon territory cupidity of human nature.u pf rfetion .i genius a town |

when the bill goes into committee. The as from a chimney some fifteen or twenty should, together with its harbors, bays and You were right in saying, in your notice of my of human wisdom," and one of its maxim'''I disturbed in his ;) agricultural retirement

proxies of peers, our readers are probably creeks and the navigation of all rivers former communication that the citation of few the of the wCotlerfullihtDI!
feet above the Light House. These two i a implies (that man is so prone to yield to tempta. I vague reports :
aware, avail! not in committee; and the had lie in this situation : within the same be free rind! open" to items of expenditure by our City Council, I I despatch walked into the rail road boa;!
men to some seven- present tion that it will not suffer him to he judE juror
head! of the house of Derby braves disquietude the vessels citizens and i in this village, and when "tliete'flgraph '
I' feet above the with subjects of the two made illustrate I inquireL :
and the sacrifice ofmny personal conveniences ty ground, a blazing was to by recent acts still freshin or witness in a case in which he is interested to
Powers hut without I would be Some mischii
in the evening: of life to supporta I furnace roasting them on one side and the which either of the prejudice parlies might to any have claim to the minds of the people a portion I had taken, any appreciable value-the tithe of a cent for in .. ious boys seeing along a chance for spOt
Indians the other
measure which his heir repudiates and on embracing every occasion -I and not for the purpose of singling them out stance-lest he should perjure himself and I, tivi
"as of the any part of said) country ; and with this a wrong gravely informed him that it was about
in disgust with which he .left t the lIIinistr,) !i exposed, so soon to any at them.part The body was in- further provision in the second article of I the the especial objects of crimination and censure. his neighbcur. The reason of the interdiction is..! for it, but that he would have to look .ha|

Parliainp.nl met on the 22nd, of January, I cautiously exposing I pop I himself was killed negro whilst I said convention of the sixth of August And your correspondent A Citizen" does me equally applicable to the exclusion of a legislator I to see it, it went by so quick. assigned kj8!

and the beginning: of Apiil l finds hat the Thompson received /several ball in his feet, eighteen hundied, and twelly.seven. that injustice in supposing'that one of the'objects ol from a participation: in the pecuniary interests of > a station on a wood pie ant directs! bi'l

tariff: has: only advanced to the: second read |I which he had projected beyond the wall. either ,party might abrogate and annul said my communication, is to abuse and excite the the objects of his legislation. In the present to fasten his eye a line bet |

ing. It is now uncertain whether the subsequent Nearly roasted to death in a fit of dcspera- convention, on giving due notice of twelve public mind against the present Council." Had state of things in our city, persons may be led to two of the posts. Our philosopher obt!

'launch' the stages bill; into can the be so House acceleiated of Lords as before to- :i. lion Thompson seized the keg cf gunpowder ': months to the other contracting party :- such a purpose been my object, I should have had. obtain seats in the Council with the express object instructions, and shivering in the strai'ed wi d6
which he had still it | And whereas it has now become desira- I an hour or less with his eyes ',
Parliament: adjourns fur the Easter holidays. preserved 10 keep no difficulty ir holding up to public view the of making money out of the city treasury. !
from the hands of the and threw it file that the respective claims of the United vacancy, and his head stewly rerr'to
enemy melancholy spectacle, always afforded by the contemplation the known imperfection of human "
into the blazing;, Light House hoping to Stales and Great Britain should be definitely Reaeoningfrom from pole to pole, to the no smal.rQ

FREE TRADE 15 FRArcE.-The ObserTateur end his own stifiYrings' and destroy ihe sa- settled, and that said territory may no of a government, over a suffering community nature, the powers of the Council may be considered rnent of the bystanders. His patience j

Francais announce: the establishment I vages. In a few moments il exploded but longer than need be remain subject to the committed \ hands: incapable of judiciously an inducement for a public creditor to enterit last gave way, arid with much indig l'0H'

of a freetra-le league at Bordeaux. I the walls were too strong to he shaken, and evil consequences: of the divided allegiance wielding its powers. The opportunity of: who, in order to insure to himself a continuance he exclaimed : 1 J

NEW Movi.NO POWER.-A new machine. the explosion took place out of ihe top of the of its American and British population, and filling the minds, of all thinking persons with apprehension -i of a high rte of interest on his bonds, may By golly, I believe that are telegram '

has been j commission. of the it had been fired of t ihe confusion and conflict of national I to them a humbug." |
: vj -w by a ; Light House, as though by presenting a* heads of oppose measures economy calculated to enable
French in lirute. The inventor is Mr. from a cun. The effect of the concussion jurisdictions dangerous to the cherished affairs, men void of the knowledge and experience the city to pay off those bonds. The Council may Humbug sir. Why, what has gif]

Tremble j, who employs for obtaining rotary -J was to throw down the blazing: materials level peace and good understanding of the two wanted for discharging with benefit to the peoplethe hold out 'emptations to of different busi- you that impression oft /I" said one of *|
persons .1
: countries insiructors did ill"
motion, two combined engines; one with I the ground, so as to produce a ; you not see
moved by steam of water, and the. other, by I subsidence )f the flames, and Thompson I \Vill a view therefore, tint steps be ta- ordinary duties of civil life, would have been ness pursuits to unite in securing each others .See it ; de darD'd There hain't nolh|
too favorable to have been foregone, if I had election to it with the view .
(Steam of ether. The advantages: of this was permitted to remain exempt from its the abrogation of the said convention bo supplying, from I passed between I them posts, DO.ho" J

engine are-a saving; ;: of 50() pr cent in fuel, I I influence. Before day the Indians were of ihe sixth of August eighteen him- wished to expose our Council to contempt. I their respective businesses, the whole wants of 'Jost certainly there has. Y0.ff5|

as it suffices to heat one engine for making off and, Thompson bring left alone was ired and twenty seven in the mode prescribed such had been within the scope of my cornmuni- the city government. I need no elaborate argument have winked. or you'l have.sern it 81)191

both work. The expense of either is null. I compelled to throw off the body of the negro 1 in its second article, and that the cation, I would have pointed out the peril to a to shew that in this case, as each would be fire as it snapped past about fire nUDa[

The engine occupies distilled) water which while strength vas yet left him, and attention 'of the government of both countries 'community arising from persons undertaking to desirous of receiving from the city treasury the I ago'J" be-*
"
returns constantly to tho boiler and thus before it put rifled. !I may be the more earnestly and immediately govern it, in very arduous times, who.are devoidof most his peculiar business would authorise, he Wai, 1 did wink w nsc. said our Whoa :

will prevent the destructive effects' of seawater i The explosion; of the powder was heard ; directed 1 to renewed efforts for tImemmicuble the capacity and influence. for making the evil would not risk the opposition of others by hut I winked"as quick aI could.
the iron bbept. the settlement of all their differences oppo- thought it ? And the poor felle jjj
of boiler.
on onboard of a Revenue Cutter some distance : they resist, or the good they effect either understood sing their pecuniary interests. With these inducements turned home ,resolving '!
dwappoirued
UNITED which immediately proceeded to and disputes in respect to said: territory
TRAUK.WITIITHK STATES.A oft .
FREE or appreciated by their constituents.
to enter the Council
I and these principles the next time he Would look without'wiollD
Resolved the Senate and House
very able article on the subject of Free the spot to ascertain what had occurred by of Representatives lowering our Council in public estimation had of action and accommodation

Trade between the United States and England when they found the Light House burnt I oftfie United That States fhe-of Presidentof America beef my objec instead of citing, with a view toidentify member.the watchful guard over the pervading the or: A young laly.harn engaged t
in Assembled, city treas.
of ire Congress !
appears in the London Morning; Chronicle and the keeper above on top Various I !. married, took oc her ml I
him the U be. and he, is hereby a false principle of legislation, ury, and ,the strict scrutiny over the work change *
and resorted
to to
-one of Ihe most respectable high- expedients were get j i uite..IS.rar.s per- and brought the aid of* a. friend, saID
ly-talented newspapers in this country. down ;,and finally a kite, was made. and raised ,, nnrhorizt'c, at dlUrelon. to give to the a few acts of its' members, which any rnerm.rnight formed and materials furnished for city,purposes, .do help me out of this knot0 'Oh i

The writer shows the concession* which toe with a strong twine; and so manoeuvred as I British Government the notice'required by commit, I would have drawn up a drivelling de- would be, entirely subverted. In their phce a tainly," replied her friend, thatfs e

fcgrieuUiinl aDd other produce( the UaiJ to.bring.the Mac within, bis reach, to which its lid. second article for the abiogatioo of fencer of them; thereby admitting what, for obvi careless, reckless squandering of the public money done a it is only a Jeau-koot."


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that in abarroom :. It cannot be earned -- _--e. .. =" -_-- .
the -
lj.xc13tnter" to .
pajwir say north -A
away to -
a or : -- _
? ; estate of Samuel L
rJ:: Simpson for $
the following hint was the west-it belongs here and will --J
abide here. WhOLESALE PRICES
held CU1tREST.
scrip by said estate. \
It becomes INTELLIGENCE.
,tock up b) a "J? : ** Gentlemen learning" who have fixed, therefore their, peculiarly homes here the duty of those ;; oRered! the following resolution, aaaa:
to ,
their
10 Ut Jr.sterdals give -
to1ptU art requested papa. especial attention adopted: AIt'rlC".ID.. c. I D C.yd ,
to the procurement and snbc.quE'nt I Resolved, That the be OF APALACHICOLA.. ..May 2. \GGW ;
Mayor K Ckr
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emigrant in Oregon, writing husbanding of this donation. nllundee 12 For ew-or.
err An of hi. friends, : We are Another subject, relating to the trade' and I instructed to issue a cify due bill, CLEARED. yef 16. 11 BRIG LINE
to one BW prosperity taxes, without interest, for the Pernut, yd.a 13 THE of New York Packets have
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'bol11e/ alon finely here: and hate already attention of this during city, has attracted and engaged our I. notes held by the estate of Samuel .; 23-Eben Preble, Perkins, for New York, i BALE ROPE, Xentcky. Ib G a 6i commenced their regular trIpS (4 th.

Lid foundation cf jail." our session. We allude to the ceased, against the city. <**. Stone & Co. Northernlb season, and will hereafter be dispatched

the subject of Roads. It i is certainly a matter of I Mr. DJV also offered the folb'in 27-Schr Octavia. Churchill for New 1ni11.1., Ib a 8BREAD. Monday as follows : every
> Wonder wat's de reason clis .caw wonder and remark that a city exporting over i ?. r-1\\1., cwt S ft 4 i
nCon'teo: asked o.nc hundred and which was adopted : 23-Ship Minerva, Brown for Pilot 6 6 Brig Captains. Tortage. Time telling.
now 1" a country ne- filly thousand bale of Colton Marseiles, cwt a Eicel
I Resolved, That the Tax Collector M Wright. Smith, 375, )ray 4 June 15
and 27
0 employing COFFEE, Rio, If. a 94 July
much of the world amount of(
.ho hadn'1 seen here has capital that is invested to reduce the taxes on all town lots Columbian. jMerrvrmn, for Boston by Havana, fb .u a :5 Clinton, Andrews, ito his more high l.rnt" village no avenue of ingress except by i Commerce & Howard and D Augusts, Sherwood,Sid 13 .
dJ t55iD water. The i i street and Broad street B Wood &Co. Java, U 1 a 13 z", ly
'end.I .i"p< t sucumstance argufies easy rious and wilderness and the swamps, impe- .I Fulton street, and on all-town lots 29-Brig Virginia, Talbot, for Baltimore, CA"ffiT..E Sperm, Ib 30 a 85I Savannah Exact ,Johnson Hawley, a 16, 25, July.. 6, If

.n DInI," replied Congo. de I I'DoUgb reason the impenetrable, surround u* Certainly, Broad and Locust street and I Rogers !c Co. CORDA!, anili1.! J It a It Madison, 431Jonel" .. 13, 21
: consideration! of this Rebecca C I Hoey, 814, 8 "
Fisher
da"re Dot sufficient number ofwiter. subject must bring: reproach street, one dollar on each lot, Appleby, for X York, Ilemp I lh 11 a 12TarreJ 2u. 31
.s cause am npon a population which ouPit to be im- lots .i e'
." bned with American spirit and enterprise. But, each lying lot. west of Locust. street, Tasso. Bnrdvck! for Havana. Korth-rn. bbl 600 a. very large and commodious State? Roonu. with

of the besides the shame that should attach to our citi- j I f I 1-Bark Euclid, D.ivison, for Liverpool, DOMESTIC GOODS'- windows outside to admit a tree rtrcalatioa of
mileage' geilemnn t The Council ,
The then adjourned. e & Howard and Ls Fred
7p zens for their neglect or want of public in E Duas. Brown Shirting I, yd Gl a 7iCt : air, and arc commanded b of
spirit men
Orf'ion111 he something conslilerib1e0DhY this : Delaware, Ucrden, for Fall River Vita Sheetiug3 7. 9 ; long expo-
(rom, matter, there is a large interest to the pro-i j -- ood. by yd a rience in the trade wlo \ri115pare DO exertion to
and the Ti'kIn 20
about 812.000 coJitfnccnay perty.holder-the MARRIED cr, yd 12i a render
merchant ,
and the passengers a? comfortabte u

tp3Y of the Senators the same amount. involved in the completion of good rnechanic'I'I. Wickland, near Bardstown. : ARRIVED. Calico COTlonl'd Prints, yd 11 6i a a. 25 2' They will sail punctually, as advertised possible., anJ

SESS.-"What 1\1 r. Brown a hruteVh fleeting our city with the interior, which ought, i Kentucky on Ihe 7th April, by the 25-Brig& Wakulla, Mulford, fm X York, KentuckyJeans, yd 25 a 55 in all cases be towed to sa by steam to avoid ant

Kt D to his wife packet: !" it nothing else will, prompt all of ns to efficient Hon. DAVID 1. YULEE, of Z Rin Pratt. DUCK, Roia. yd 13 a 2'J detention inihe river. erth3 can bs secured b/
\ ; h ft wlitei, every action on the subject. It is now fully ascertained XANXIE WICKLIFFE ?. Livermore, fm New York, to W DYES, Lo w'd, Campeachy, ton applying to
i Co.
'4''e: he writes a parcel of flummf"ryabont that large settlements are being made in the ; ; 'c St. Dumiuo, tOil, / WASUBUR.V k
the a ony of absence, but he has southern of Gadjsden Charles A. Wicklifiee, late 27-Bark JMagdala, Dodge, fm Providence, Fotc ton WILDER
part county and all that is ?' & Pratt. 114
Bay street.
never remitted her a shilling. Do you call requisite in order to induce a large retail trade the United States.FliM _. Tasao. Bowjick, fin New Orleans. FLOUR Indio Norttiern hibi Ib' 651)' 700, Savannah April 2?, 1945. 19-4r
a
that kinJness?" "Decided ly ; unremitting from that section, is to form a convenient connection I -Brig. Cayuga, Mitchell, fm N York, to Western Lbl 575 a 600 For Havre.
between this city and the the \ & Pratt. FISH Ct'\d
on box
kindness. country 250 11 450
P.\PER.-\JassJchu- opposite side cf the Bay. I Starr, Wilson, fm New Orleans. Mackerel, N"o. 1, bId Ii 12 UOu -'-. THE fine hip PROBUS. Davr.'e: ,
MCFACTCRE OF No town can enlarge and prosper without Eufiula, Taylor, fm New Orleans. Xo.2, bbl 600 a 700 master, h\s three-fcarths cf net carp
a retail REMARKS ON THE
zeUs has 69 paper mills consuming annually trade to support it, and our experience of \ -Ship Cotton Planter, Pratt, fm N York, .c Xu. S. bbl, 5 00 a. 600 aneaged, will meet with dispatch. For

Iv .gS6 ion of slock, and employing the last few year, in this city, since the laborers COTTOV.-In onr Price Current of ., Stone & Co. 1-tERRING, box balance of freight or passage having splendid tocotaraodations -

;,fands. The yearly production is estimated have been withdrawn from noticed the arrival 1 of the Unicom Martha Louisa, Barber, fm New Orleans. FRUIT, Almonds, Ib apply to the Captain otto
_L.___ _. _ro __ .' the. ., _temporary. em- t sales subsequent their 2-Schr Ashland, Bradley, fin N Orleans. Raisins, box 2 W a. S 00 ISAAC
!
ami G07,175 to reception WRIGHT
at 763 tons 1 reams ol I'III'yru m ui : brIck ,
paper eii-rung; bUildings on vvaierj A nes, Rynear, fm ChatfAhoochee
Prunes Ib
__ __ April 25
,
street convinces i decline. Since TIo 3 Colurr.bfw
ralLied at $I.75O.73.PresentiileitS! us, in our rapidly diminishing then we have l'e"tona. oreer, from '.oun-iuus. unrrania- 1-1- I. U B.ocjr._

population, that something beside the transit (>J : donia's; accounts to the 4th of Charl ton, Freeman, fm Columbus. Fi3; For Liverpool.

cotton through the city, is necessary to sustain its have still farther depressed the >r Mary Moore, Moore, frn Eufaula. Lemons, Jj THE first class
prosperity At this r Emily. Hall!, fm Columbus. FUR?. Otter.FKATHERS. Am. ship R&7lC Y.
moment;\\'ith the of -
Of At Grand Jury of Franklin County\ experience before us, it is lights ; decline on both steamer'a account i r Flint Gage, fm Albany. .. Weeks, master, having thrc-e-fcanlia} r.1'

Superior CourtJplil Tam, 1S4G. portion of the annual tax of surprising ten thousand that dollars some i, To-day there has been but little GRAIN Oaf, bn'h iO 11 6. _:;_ __ her cargo en?.t ed, will have j'F.tch J

TbeGrvj.l Jury 'lor the County ( Franklin, in paid by thi* city for some back has holders are willing to sell at this LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. Cora, bush! 62; a 6li.. tur the ab ve port. For freight, applv to
duties fur the Term would years not'1 -L\SSJ box 300- al001HV March 21 J. DAY
dosin their present been appropriated to opening! Roads into th* in- We alter ourquotations to conform as SHIPS. & C"

embrace the occasion the continued to consrratclate diminution their fellow trriorand facilitating the introduction of a retail sible to the. present state of the Planter, Pratt, 501 ton, fm New York, HIDES Y. Green cwt Ib 100 3 a a 125 3' For Liverpool.

citizens upon of criminal trade into the city. In the opinion of the Grand LIVESI-GOL CLAS IFIC waiting-Nourse, Stone & Co. Dry, country, Ib 6; a 7 THE superior Br. baric CUMBEH-

ofi>ncM within our b rdt.rt. Only' one case Jury, ten thousand dollar expended by the city 1316.& Stern. tons fm Charleston, waiting IRON. Enlih, lb 45 t 5 wlJ\"DJ Power, master, will have cliA.
dart infraction of the criminal laws, and t that one in Charles Rogers 6;: Co. -S )a'ch. For
opening
Swedes Jb I
a good communication with the 5 G freight, apnlv to
a
country Inferior. ... .. ...
trivial character Iu co"me within their a 5i | De Vrie, 647 ton for Havre ,
t)1) .a "prv. on the opposite side of the Bay, would, in one Ordinary..5$ a 6| I M Wright. loading Hoop, lb a 8Sit. March 21 J. DAY & Co.

( 'f'llza'lr.pVIIP' year, be abundantly remunerated"to the citizensin Middling) ... ... .... 6t I Ib 8 a 10 :
64 a | Veek514 tons for For 1'C\V Yi'ol'k.
r..n"'t o11 Use l Ih
we tip society in ?, 7
the reduced 6J a .
prices of the Middling. .. ...
marketing- multiplication Good a 6| JDty&Co.
: THE
fine
twL rfl'1'ttY.3( ( few year* a:,) (:t i"irnil.itin aa it : Cabins. American, Ib 4 a j f.tst sailing coppered and
of .
retailers, and the consequent increaseof i hddhn6Fatr. .. 7$ a 7? Leeds, 591 tons fin Havre "
loading- LUMBER o fastened bark Z.
IUAan1 per
ji.1 wi'h! all frontier: communities i ,) Fair..7: 71 ; RLVG Livermore -
tax-payers. Tlie citizens | a l\I
WI', .") th"; n .t't'11' anJ u'icilenit.ri; :: citizen was northern boundary of GJd*den ,county even, would upon find the Good Fair. ... ... ... .84 a Si } .sler., Rogers, 693; tons, fm Liverpool dis- BoqrdsWhite" Yellow Pine" M .. muster, will have! despatch; for lh.
M
7CO a1000 above
For
r rt.u.\t, i '.'! d.' 'ia! tIle l legitimate walk'J a'd 1 it more convenient to travel here by land---seven. FREIGHTS.-\VC have no charge to chiri. '-Ma=ter. Stav. M port. freight cpl SJ!", having very

.'v.'Ir ,II ".' "! I Jif', M the *i iolt'llt and I iuvntiou ty to eighty mile.-than to travel twenty-eiyht our last. I Buckn.im5v..) tons, fm Havre, waiting I Wiite Oil H-ad9, 1\1 superior, accommodation.*, aaplv to

':'':1> ''iar ''r"01.I<' the .feje> i.f continual: mile* to Chattaiioochee and ir.cur then the D B Wood & Co. '. HeadbJ May 2 WM G. PORTER & Co.

..'Ifr!:. :<'i,* tnr'mVi! 'B-laws in.erjue< : aul.lrc : ) certantie arrd expense (it'a steam boat convey: un- To Liverpool ...QUOTATION. .. .. .:. ...7- Livermore B\r.f/f"F.". LEAD Bir, !lb r a 6 For New -orl,. _
323
,1'' I >'(1 : and then review iur prei t anc e. J'esi'ics all this, with acor-d road to Quin- 1I-.1.T llrtvjtr.-.... ..... ... 1 i'i( 10lilO.m ,G Porter ton Jc, Co.fur New York, Slieet I 15 10 a 12 THC nnv packet bjrk J.1.1GDALA.u .

;t" -- i lln'h', pe.t\'fI111Il' oi aid r>dn-try we would be of New york. ... ... .. .. .. .; LIME, bbl! D
ry sun a tri-weekly mail at Orlean KnbTtson dge, ttr.: For freight
: '. !t' 001 1#t'TV; h' l.tw 'l'lieth' ex..rri.l Iht r i'1r. all exiien et' Government. But Roton .. .. .... .. ... loddm" ;-E Ozinne. tons for Hivre, Mf>\.SSH5?. gtl Z7 a 23 _1._- ___.,'iavinir .ccommrd3' .or p3 J :, .
'1 ",,'r 1"1 r, fr11'l; 'l, an.1 uutr,!!IT 1 h t'lons i ar :ment Providence .. .. .. ...- NAVAL STORES, Pitch, bbl 2 (10 a 25aQtlm superior lon apJll
M sljWr1lbUj: mi a subject and !af Dofl-, 293! tons, for New York In May 21 DODGE
so plain obviousto load. : & PRA IT.
f f m il'ifi: If. U aCitid; tV tmf.: -f 'vilnreii'i Gp.ocERIEs.-Without change h.: bil'-1, 80'J a 10 J( __ .
comprehension.We ; any LAxjje K true. '--- --
"-- ...- v ,it .n.it; of Im.J I !\\o tml the: civili- every Power L..r-MIJ, hbi I 51: a 2 UO For IVew Yo:' ,.
lions have 402 for
ton
wonH, therefore, rea ectfully suzgfsf t to we to notice a q'liet slate of Liverpool!, Tar, bbl 25) a 34N)
ail 'tfjieN. ,! tp'nJt'rici of ih-tilu- J flay & Co, THE Ietidtd; : bri; tE.7V IVILSOJf.r -
r
7 i'r!: our the AIL. kt .
City Council the Pf.tPrit'ly; ot.rily the There a good demand for I leading ; 4 5) u 5 1Jj)
.1,' Tilt'' s'tnvv: alT'rd! a rur jy I" thi phi. inerr, nn I the city fl/bt t thi< paying t I retail We have Star, 299 ton-, for Boston, loading OILS, Lneed, ;,11,1 00( a 1 25Oiive B ). r, master will have immediate di. -
; year-ri.lrencting: way. no wholesale! o > & HuvvarJ. !.
; : ,t:,r"';' ""''': a, twr.v* t-' tin; n.jlri'-t, and all rthr les* rnrorta'it ; 51) 8. 61 Jat! For Sleight cr pissage, haying

v.,'vv-J f -j.i; .1 ",'p t;> iho! Ili"}>''! <-iru i ii: the prialintjith expenditures and appro- report. BIt I.S. S,1i"rm, gal 11: a 150 jo .(l c1ccwnmt Ci,11':'v of Pie !1I w pld (I..tr *.J!! 4i.vi rn'neit.Ii j'ulinoii'nts J and propl'r; < ,forecast L Hill. n(1; rl. 173 tons, fm New Orleans, I..trd, gal _A:rtllS yplJR. STONE & Co. .
,.* I any surplus;! revenue in The city treasury; iowaid COTTON I ., ?- Master "nn"rs' gal -
'"'"', un TIO close'' wlrii'! : ttave been STATEMENT.
i Chanaiaoocliee
the "Imp!lef ion of thipjr.imount object. A* reffjrls McCormark. 329 tons, for Providence, Crtnr. bottle( I I5 a 2 00 Hotel.
p..rin J ':31:: I 11 -n'A.1t".ft"i, h.pru\,1 i r.or.di- the' city debt, it has bei n s'iggeted that a Stock on hand lt Sept ...4 \IrJ-E B Ballon. PFOVIIONS, Pork, Mesv, bbl,12, 50 a 1.,0:1U J THE subscriber takes pleasure in

t .ii i .1: tivjVii' : :i* rn ril! the Jrnd Jiry ran vnv, ju.licio'K ajJplica t ion cf the -school ,fund Received past 3 clays .. .. .203 ", Mulford' 267 Ions, fn New York, wait. M. O. bblill 50 f. 120fJ ,r. .. informing the traveling, comaum'ty

,: i* r('iC n') T tti""Ti 1)fflu ncv ui.l'ii-ru'e brmiiTtr t mi;lit. b.* made bv binin! up the ci*y hond with previously. .... .9.,339 ;-Dodse .'.: Pratt. Prime, bhlill) 01) a 11 50 t, that he ha* taken charge of the aSoveestablishment

i IM* 'i "I -'j-wtv Tn'ipe tiu'e tH il t fur"d lh.mt : the prticoed' of the sales of the School lands. TOldl. ..b. ei Mitch-ll, 2>7 ton, fn New York! wait. Bon H-\m I 9 a 9i I'. 5 situated immediatelyon

t ..-ii'i-4! !: 11! n i- .i' nf ;a T*m!,->r.n,-i'vvi'-ty in our The s'l 'P'ti t ion plausible enon !h it ,
r'v; TILnfl f'lce of this' -ciefv, like' the the as U evilly; .. 7U.2J5 on, Min'r, 133 Inn, for\pw York, with It giIt>:. Ibl 6; a 1 traveller may find a comfortable and
phces School fi-nd in the hand quiet Testirplace
of those Hch-So'lr "
who '; : - Lt1 d. \. .4 1I'n' 'I1din.: -iL'''itly Total. .. .. ; ; ; 5 1\ 6 and
npnn are nnw and: ever will b" the beneficiaries of it *, Carter, 234 ion, fin Boston, waiting : LAR Ib 9 thereby avoiding the ra-r.y inconveniences -
ne 1 \r.'!it! aTII'f\tj4f.J: on shipboard not cleared : a .
c.icarjj'iri" ; renovated ject to.The ,
< with the Cnjsi: !, Ih
correspond proprietors' of the J 8 a lol ,
iiH'!:r'r1. ru'iir"; :;titl l mad: ivjj. a'id ePrft1ne-: p Forbes' P'I"l'haq' and ascertain what donationth'v Notice.' prr"Tn, bbl 250 a 35O U. S. Mail steamer A nes, Jnm Ana-
I'll' -, .ti'! S t." ;''riz 'i in fcre.. : I hto arid
will : 4.1 on Sunday "Wednesday
make in land a. at
or towards opening Comraeiiciiis l l September) 1;43
money Copartn
ii: !eti! M I fh: ranch i i. = r.hip.heretofore existing he UICE
il'i- tal 1lie (benrVTi 5 5o'clock P.
cwt, ()J 'a 600 M.
,..,._.__. _uti .' Roads_ into the interior, un .Jf" ii.n'" a.. '11." ;1OrU l.lr'un,," 01 tho.eWrlfl rot P1CFSCisTa. 1b 2.t a 25 at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western Mail arrives
.'iM-it.>'J and have ,,,'pr.d thi iXHimy ; uomrriK'ioner hat inev 510 correspond --- '-Pa.tPrt''i.\ I i has this day expired by limitation. Cloves! 11. 37-i a GO Monday, and *
Wednesdays
TtI. ''MVP l nrieh: tn enC'mnt in their ccu.Iy.h1 l la- with individmN in Gad-fden County, in order to WHITHER EXPORTED.Q\ davajongiy.Liverpool ./ account* will remain with A. X. Gin t'r root, Ib 1 9 a 10) A. M departs Tuesdays Thursday Fridjy at 12 o'cI ck.

b. i f. ).," t f'r: 1*:1 the .j jspf< r f the /'.tIl!! minded induce, if practicable, co- peratba i from thai ... ... ...'|. .13S7j! 19.J2''.2 ; who will continue the business on hii "ground, 11 11 a 121 at;7 o'clock A. M"Nr, rthern" ? and Saturdays -
if'-1' t'o'inty in the proposed work. HavreXantz.... ... ... ...... ... ." .. .. ..Mreet.'n : Num..g3, Jb 2 12 n 250( Mail arrive*
o'liTjuiand' abf: ftf flit lati: minded; The Grand Jury present as a matter of creat f ,. ... ... ... r.... .. .... .. : A. N. McK\Y Pl'p'.r lb B a 2n) Tuesdays, Thursday and Satnrdjya at S o'clock.
''itrT t'if\ hnvc the jov <$1 1 Jlte hu-btndfrari, and immediate impirta.ncp; the want of a secure Trie.teGenoa ... ... ... .. .... .,... ........ S. H. HARTiHORXE., SUGAR, N. Orledns, Ib 6 a 7 A. M- ; departs Mondays, Wednesday and FripV3 .

w vii* Hnj ami Calient t nil i n over and tit* pi.ice f'-r keeping the public records and ?. ... .. .. ...... .... ., .... .. OH crop N. O. Ib 6 a 7 at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail vu
?r. i May 1 1540. .
: irve';t 'ursts '1.xh p p j( l>Mf Loaf .
in cheerin- uhtiitd ton Total 1 For. PortE.!. n! !in CircHit Court.IX SALT, Liverloof, sack 1 (I tl 112 and Si'urddVi' at 12 o'clock
(d'ltv d ;jrnviJin2 such a location us would combine to I: ,?, -2,>= 2;: 2" Ciarer ; depait-i
\ "'I'.j'f h'J.:111 l :i. .. !sjf.-fy public! convenience. New .5u3'.5ti93 )_ STEEL, C.tt
; CWI1S 23
:
JU 04)
1.101
: U'flil) a
"" :::04..r j. raltp-ifj-n tlua; that of theihN The Grand Jury t tke gr* at j'lea' ure in bearing Boston ... .... ...I i. ... 1!.JJ':)'_)J''. / CJorrie, Compl't, "j i German, ci 12 Y) a 15 0) P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sunday* 'and

,1"., ,* Ilf''Izinz: to 4"11 i i(>"'. ThefursdsI' feirn? my tn the able aid: impartial manner Iii P rO\1 d.nee . ... I. . .,.. .6,_),_I, ; *VV- Bill for Foreclosure. SOAP. lb 5.a 6 Thursdays at t G o'clock P. M. ; departs Tuedaysand
*- ;e n 1 !hl'i donation flf th.. administered justice during Philad'ljiiiaRtltnnore .. ... .. .... ;. ..4W' Jiosel?lj", el. ?). r :5PIK.IT3, Rrandv. Cognac. gal 250 a 30 Fridays at o'clock, A. M.

. .iri tit.i:1t.! Air the r.oSf IQ'Jt'tlt U Tf'rm-tn the! cotirte and dili!'nce of- i ... ..I..332 .1(2( R'sp'is. j Gin. flolJdnd, gal 150 a 175.c The House and Furniture are entirely new,
;T. ,'Irv.rv ",-rurpd! and, Nw urip/ins. .. .. . .... of T the
decree
prtidintidUv JI'l..hJr.de.1) } i the 'r liritor. and to the attention and faithfulness '1' : J71 : a made in tier! > >ove cauc, American, gd aJ n 42 servants thoroughly drilled in their biJsne:: ,,
i"v tt'r.. ] .r;) a r-infinuHd sfrejm of hJfs-Sn; :: tu of the SI; rifr of the Counfv. Other ports... .. ...I..397TotilCoa :,=.I.613j; )Ii the Hon. Circuit Co'irt' of said county, I P.am, S E. g.ll 31 a 40 and all will use their utmost endeavors to nuke >

;i'# n Th1:,'!, a of t'iiroutity in all time to curse. S. H. HAnT HORXE, Foreman.P. >-tvv5=e.. .". .171..49323: (, o( e for sale at public versdue! at the \Vhikey, Reet. gal 24 a 25 the time pass pleasantly to the traveller.A. .
Alcohol
T-CPS.-: [iioTilatioT? are't t'iMru,t's lorT'n pist C. Iviin, X. Seymour, TOTALRAI.Es.PASSENGERS....-.. .-.. .'-; : door, to the highesr bidder, for cash: SKiNS, Rear, gJI62 150} a 75 G MARSHALL,

>i-f''' ;a id wijpi;) ne reCfc-t that I in rr"frortiO'1 John W. B hrock, D. G. Raney, I ------.-----.-- : .\V. the first day ot June next all the __ __ Rf"E.r, / Ta a 200 9 Aprt for the Proprietor.

l i sinN'irf. of 3 G-n-pntn.'ttt :ivt furcc Topwic Henry D. Dardan, J. T.. Wyman, .-- 1 and interest of Lewis P. Mo.ely and '.'I-iui. all sizes, lb' 5 a 6 Ch3.attahoJchee, hrrh: Ii.! IS-16, .J2.tf
o-if.i.iT' if j i4e ntial thit puh'ic opinion F. X and to Lots Xo. 9 and 2 j in Block Xo. I, TOBACCO, Ib 12 75
j -,!il, "-' Benj. <'Ur< William Wornker, Per steamer Aqne; ?-Mr Asa a For Sale.
that. e ''I' \t"we are rnpr4.d with the fact Hjrsrove Howard, Thomas E. Cray, Ppr steamer Mary A )loor-Mr of Apabchicola, belonging to the es- TEA, Young Hyson, Ib 4S a 10;) .
;in* fi'nhtmn- o'ir Jl'V'iblicm (lovernnit D. K. D.xUe, William Peck and child: Mrs McGill child and John Gillcspie, dceaed, sml property Scuchong, Ib 60 a. 75 A very Splendid two steT) DWEL
rt f U"'l tt! ; TIN', j ;iii;; LING HOUSE, situated i in the
) l'i'atioti' ) anJ enlightenment C. P. AlIen, James H. Davis Joyce. Mi a Moore: Messrs S Rogers satisfy an execution issuing from said I mot ail jmd
I' t tbeppo .:If.. TWINE, Balin! ;. lb 13 2i) _.it t.! pleasant of that dt
Tile.Grand Jury luve cxint'ied James Gibson John Mitchel zfe, S S Walklfy.J N Copland, J II favor of said Gorrie, upon a judgment a part Jirhtful3-
I *:-i. 'h !TV- i in relation to thu <'. uation, and, as .. C. Maclay J. B. Hill!, E C Joyce, L J Leaird, I) Pratt, on a mortgage executed by said Gilles- \ \adt"ria Seine: flit 40 a 50VINES tering place, St. Jrsph' The house is built i in
-: :. nf t Le: ;'er>;)l. of the (-.m"tmono not have J. D L-annin-j, J D Miller, D Morris M life time. JOHN LUCAS gal 1 00 a 3 ro the best manner with folding door, thre rooms
k."ji'! a nf ,, Foster, James A. Aborn. Snpi, J John=ton John Ruan Chinp&ne. doz 10 00 a 101 00 and a hall floor Kitchen
: |Vj situation: rf tii! nnt'C: will ; T 184ft Sheriff F. Co. -, -- .-- -, on a Stable Carrrag1'Housa
t.rt.l1t bricfaIalb.i.i: i of t the jvf-ral act- i'i rela- Per "ft.amt r Emily-Mrs Cargile, -- and all necessary our-buildiag in good
City Council l'roceedings.COUNCIL Miss Circuit Court INSPECTOR.
ta': fn tnc \I'IZiI"I' Wynn Mis Carole, Messrs LUMBER -Having been ap- order.
[ The
1'th
| portion*. in each
'tT'1 .W I, nf all the public !lands : CHAMBER, ) Wardlaw, Gibbon, Carile! Wynn, J. Moses, Adrn'r, of) Inspector of Lumber fur the Countyof I The above will be sold very low 25 the
f",'hc4 aI"IHt apart; V/EDXE-DAY EvEXi.vc, April 22, '4G. 5 Per steamer Charlc'5ron.Jr \Ws.si-n Lock, deceased. I Petition for Forevs. franklin, the undersigned offer his servicesto I owner intend leaving the present
:.1Jn..e s anJ are the property 't'rvant: lioohier, JIrs Stanford :[ the public in that
f ; 1.closure. capacity, and will attend
() to
the nA-iishiyn for tie! Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts Mayor Ellis Person \Ti$hll:; to have a summer retreat
ed-Kaf* ?; 'n of their io- i ; Mor.-e, Mitchell, Woods, Morse, II. Shepherd. J all duties said ,
haiti ,. But, a< many town;his; ar coveredchins Councilmen, Mesr. Guyon, Kiualdi, Hancock, Per .Meaiher Pt'Yfona-\reS3ts John i / of writ of fi. appertaining to appointment. where all the advantages of health, sea bathinsr,
fa.
a issued from the April 18.1546.
\ Pr'\'a:. Green, Peck: Butt and Hancuck. J U It P BE.VJ. LUCAS. fishing and in
"** is j "prially! th(> fa>e in Green peacer,/ J A Court of Franklin hunting are enjoyed the greatest
f.' Jiw'i.-resi The minutes hup. county, I will sall : perfection will do well
many Spanin'i erjnts have been of the last meeting were red Atli&ncum. to apply soon to
.'irnj n. and! Per steamer Agnpg-:Mrs Robinson Hotel, on the first Monday in June march7 10 WOOD &
rrr-nont: ta by law, allowed the approved.The pfirvjnt Judge Douglas the Furniture levied on as the NOTICE is hereby given, that having dis CO, 32 Water-st.
and
; property
nr"'ti-'P I" fip Committee Fire to whomwas servant;
in'nbit.int on Department, John
: cO'lf1tie covered Adams from
so all
Hnbbard H my employ,
Shepherd A
Cajrt ; s"rs William \ consisting of household Last Word !
:
ni'rriva?t. rliirn;. to font Uieir) chinj referred the communication of Fire Ensine: debts due the Jllhaneum", .,
fltl'r: noon any Co. William*, Jd K Butts, Allen! \ furniture of said Hotel' viz :-Ma- must be paid to me, TTAVING given up my business to Mr. JcnxO.
"O-M-oj.rtafpd land of the United States; Xo. !, recommend the building of an Engine Edmonds Jas Skinner C no other person having to collect
", t P Allen. Pier and Card Table, Miple Wind- any authority CAIGH, whom I hare !known for
-
::
if nprc4t:, HOIHC at the foot of and in of many years
the
alj'.nin hnd di'tiirt centre Cherry the and all
: same
It i* also fjtncv ; contracts made in reference to
Chair". _
''r BerlteH1oi: 1.tIi.-r_ .. Rplk, as a good mechanic, I solicit for him the
"'eitlv! ----- ---- -- --- p'tronage
(( street, in a line with the front r-f the RECEIPTS
that )11. .H i, the c.it? in this coilnty, stores on FROM THE es, Bedding, Looking Glaase*, Carpets, furnishing supplies for the said house, or in any of my old customers and the public. I shall

nany tf t !", fe ,'r.'I1Ur' < very snarc:iy Water street. Building to be similar to EngineHouse Per steimer Agnes-2 boxes tobacco Lamps, Candlesticks) Crockery, Glass matter ia relation thereto, must be made with leave this place in eight (lip, and all
\ .H
?: nr arc not onrunied at fill. In such No. I, which on motion of Air SchifT'er, Porter & Co; 8 sacks sroundpes to T .cc. &c., sold to of the subscriber in person. who are indebted to would persons '
satisfy
a judgment me confer
c'IT' II 1 ny rtC.a. the w1f\te county, or any, was accepted, and the Committee authorised to Austin; 31 bo.vs .egar. to Lockhart & rendered in said The above establishment will in future be kept favor an especial
nJlI t'1' of tvrn4iip in a ountv, miy combine receive proposals.The Per s-teamer Mary A Moore-2'<2 b< cause.: open by the undersigned, and he solicits a shareof by making immediate payment. All Unsettled -
JOHN LUCAS accounts will be left in
ai hands
% firr a Committee tnwh'arnwasreferrcdthe to Lockhart & Ybnn?; 131) McKay the proper 'lot
roTrnon f'ind from tlKir lanrl-i Jor the I communication horne 18.m. Sheriff- F. C. public patronage. collection. W. C I \
149 do and LAWRENCE-
tlltnmOrt ; 160 hides to Wylie I j
be-ip.1t. : of Mr Clements and 11Grav asked II
In view of all these 't- JOSEPH SCHROTD. |
enl zip: 103 bales colton to B Ellison & Co N. B. Don't he afraid of taking the
etts: ? th ray
further money )n
Jm.l; time to Granted.
Jarv.nul.J re"ommend to thethi4 report. Morris 53 Xoticc. Apalachicola! April 25, 18.tfi.'J.'ucnty .
C2tIZ ; to J C Maclay; 17 tuV out of town-for I owe it all, and more too.
nl 0" ro-H'tv, that they form a common The Committee on Fire Department, to whom ktin.Per. of Fire Engine Co. Xo. 1, will AprillJ. IS-ld. \V'r, T
'arid ...
the fWD th? proceeds of all the landi to which was referred the account of Mr. Babcock, reported steamer Emily-181 bales cotton at the Engine House" on Monday, 4th Dollars Reward. -

county ii entitled ; and as only one other that they did not consider the work complete & Holmes: 59 lo Dodge & Pratt; 50 to P. M. for monthly washing; also, at 7 ( WILL be paid for the apprehension of Molasses.TIERCES,205 .

"w .;htp, brides this, in the county ha* the rcJJ'We and asked further time. Granted. & Young; 35 to W A & P C Kain; 23: monthly meeting. z the Negro man HAYS, who ranaway )11 bbl and 23 hhd cargo

population (say 10 inhabitants) to be en- Tr.e Committee on Improvements and Contracts Rogers & Co; 25 to Howard & 'R ; VVM. HONE, Sec'y. from Pensacola between the 15th and 20th of schr. Swan from Havana now bndin .

tt ftH0 a vote in the matter wc would suggest who were instructed to examine the J Day & Co: 17 to B Ellison & Co. jof March. HAYS is a likely Negro, of fight or sale by [april 11] J. DAY & Co. '

i 3f J If lJy authorised authorities ascertain alley between Hiirh and Live Oak streets, reported Persleamer Charleston 274 bales Copartnership. l color, about 2Sor 30 years of age, 5 feet 8

:t.e: Jentiments the people of Fort Gadsden I I in favor of grading the said alley, or in build- &Maclay Holmes; 103 53 to Dod?e\ Pratt; &4 subscribers respectfully inform their or 9 inches high, rather stout; can read and Wasliingtoii Cou'iiity. '

lIh lIhOI1 the,. .r.lhject._ _. It i1 i _impnrtant that the in. ins a reservoir. Further time granted the Com Dd\'f'nrort.;21 I m to D McKay Tl \lTnnr1 t Hartshorne.V- Pn1f5 ; and the public that,they have taken write, and i is a first rate Steward or Waiter. Its TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. .
.... r Mr i be sold .
: EUGENE ROGER than the second
-- more that he ha on in
probable
"I.' ""'count should unite in this matter mittee. hart te Young; 1 to B Ellison & Co forged the WILL', Monday Sep
D cause it is nece.
the: c" tif an 2rent to locate I these lands, and to make a --tatement in relation to the assessment: Chpevpr to J Day & CD; 30 do and 7, 1840._ which he hopes to escape to a free State. The door, at Roache's Bluff; in Washington count v,

Hthirn ejfpMle! will he considerable it i is the and ;iiad leave granted him. And alternating to to T II Blair. above reward with all necessary expenses will be within the usual hours of sale, the following property

economy that the should, he the Council the objections of several persons j I Per steamer p.vtonl\-.1.32 bales ( -Six weeks after date, I will apply paid for his apprehension and delivery to Mrs. to wit :

f tt Itt for all the agent emPowered who claimed that they were over taxed, Daw"On & Co: 92to Nourse, Stone tlme tf1wnship at the same J C Maclay; 52 to Wr.i G Porter & for letters of administration the i in Holme's levied
Many Mr. Schiffer offered the resolation upon apr25 17-3t LEWIS A. Valley, on as the of
counties in i the State in sit- following W 'I. MIDDLETON.t property
are .t P
nation our 4 C Kain; 14 to Dodge & John Jenkins deceased.
The Floridian he estate of Jacob A. lackwell
Tallaha
be arjd.it i is important this county should not which was adoptr? : Per steamer nps-7.t b-iles cotton at se and. Apa- and to be sold
behind i h her lections. Resolved, That the Tax Collector, with the tobacco to W Williams; 5/ bales B. ELLISON. l lachirola Advertiser, will publish the above for the taxes for the year 1S45.Al .

The cuntJ* of franklin hm never been sur- aid of the Finance Committee, be hereby author- boxes tobacco to Lockhart & Young April S, 1846. three times, and send bill to t this office. ->o, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly.in -

"eYed, and we have nn chart exhibiting how ised to correct errois existing in the assessmentroll Wylie & McKenzie 1 to McKay & Olo aonianor All Healing B.ilsam, State and Taxes. i # on Hickroy Hillevied! on as the property r-f j
lzn County
rown BIack tone, and to be sold for
hiP Consumption, ,Asthma Couhs the taxe
are embraced within the A Liver riCEis
county. giventhat the
TheGq hereby undersigned .
EXPORTS.LIVEItPOOLPer I for the 19-1:
t Jury are, however, informed that the The following accounts were reported on favorably and all diseases ot the throat and .l Tax Collector for Franklin will year
b"ificate of the surveyor of the Forbes' Purr by the Committee on Claims,. and passed bark sale by t at th? Court House Council County Chamber, attend Also; forty acres of land, lying in Holtr.es
( ) levied
s been and allowed COli on. : H. F. Valley on as the property of John G.Rus
: ABELL.
deposited' in the General Land
i in
$t, rIlowiTl to this Schr. Mary Emma, for stone ballass.$5 00 MARSEILLES ship \ Apahchicola( on Tuesdiy, Wednesday) and and to be sold t for the taxes for the year 1S45.
Iib'chlf trot county six townships, H cotton. i1o1 asses. Thursday, the 23th, 20th and"30th of April, instant Also, forty acre of Und lying on Bear Creek.
wiu
I entitle the County of Frank- : G.Giyonfordrayage..oe..Sl35 NEW YORK-Per ship Eben N. for to receive the State and County Taxes due l levied the
lCate, within The bills and referredto 0. Molasses sale by on as property of A. S. Bryanr, and toe
this L aer1 of ta"d.' ? J. DAY & Co < year 1S46. I have to ask the favor of a b old for the 1345.
fors The Grand Jury would, there- the Committee on Claims, viz : Per brie R C Fisher-503 bales cotton prompt settlement from the Tas, of Frank. year
Alto
earnestly urge the election of .. School Sloop Oregon, for ballast _. ." ." ..,SID 00 BOSTON-Per hip Columbian-1347 6 lin.h JOHN payers LUCAS one hnndred and sixty acres of land, ly-
'lIt.iont'r ton. for Sale at Cost and in i ? in Holmes Valley.'levied on as the
Fud or Trustees of the School Commercial Advertiser, for printing. 00.M. Sheriffand ex-officio Tax Collector. property
1)ject.thlt*nmedilte action may b* had on the Carrigan, for drayage." . ,. ._ .. 7 00 BALTIMORE-Per brig Charges. Apqhchicola. April 1*, IS 1C. 13-2c of Henry Ahrens and to be sold for the taxes for
*ill TEe pressing importance of this matter M. M. Butt, fordrayage..5\ 27 cotton. on hand an as
j "e trust, be properly realized by our cit- On motion, the Cou icil then adjourned. FALL RIVER-Per brig &c. &.c I will dispose of them as Coffee. COOK, Sheriff .
: cotton. a3h.I BAGS Rio Coffee.1andingfrom'brig'Vir. and ex-officio State Tax Collector. .

a tioi t is to be regretted tbtt.o few of the popo- COUXcTL CHAMBER, > .' I a fins" Buy and Harness, which will 17\\J jjinia, for sale by March 25, 1'3-16. tJ-qm.

b1 01.lnd this rounty are allied to the soil!, by the TUESDAY EVENING, April 28, 1S36. 5 1 nBL' Western, Flour.30 bbls. 28 cash. P. April 19 J. DAY ft. C". Havana Segars .
red ; HOBART.
sead.: b and friends-few have their horse- Council met. Presert, E. C. Roberts Mayor; 116 landing, for sale by Clover Seeii. ; BEST Havana Sesar, f"tul.

Jct plI1d in the Mil and oar institutions are Councilmen Me ir.. Burt, Day, Guyon. Green, April 13 J. DAY Notice. A FEW rOil red. of hrje Red Northern Clover OUUUU; by WOOD Co,

Poput0: ; I the affections; of a majority of our Hancock, Peck and Schiffer. tvantcd for su.idry accounts of lone Seed, for .tie by Ann! -I' l2Waterst.

'd ita t familiar, with the associations of home and its The minutes of the last meeting were rrad JUST received, a few cases of All per >ns interested will take ApriU H. F. ABEL.
indear.nenta. A fund 'like that and approved. ', on cooaljamentt for : Jcb accordingly or Cf\ London Cia
haye alluded obtains for Champagne ; [ ceived at, pat for Goods at the lowest cash
the benefit Finance
The retail .
the permanent Committee reported in favor of by CILLER & iun them per naUy. -(J :'00 Regalia Segars for sale by prices ,

eettlers only,aadfbeir uecss granting a City liability, withcut interest, to the May 3_. ',47 Water 28 PETER HOBART. :April B. S. HAWLEY. March- by 21 '-5-, ELLISON. & O. 1

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undersigned{:: having purchased from-Mr., -- --- THE subscriber ha,, and
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THE STATESMAN'S MANUAL, S. Hawlehis" entire stock of Drugs, AT CHAMBERS, MAncn 28, 1346. -All persons having claims against I constantly have,on band,.tOlQfJ

A NEW jLTO rXLARGtD EDITION' Of PRESIDElfTS' Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass Ware, Shop Furniture ; Circuit Court Franklin County. NOTICE .T..'Skillmani late of said county, I It assortment. of DRUQ5114 11t4.;:,

MESSAGES, WITH A &.C'. will continue_the business at Whole-. IltzeiahNash! > I. deceased, are quested to present the same duly and CINES of the which best MW wilt\\3.lrant ...5 i\
sale'and Retail, at the old stand corner of Water authenticated within the law quality. r "
HISTORY OF EACH ADMINISTATIOX, &oc. vs. \ Petition to foreclose mort- time prescribed by Merchants
and Chestnut sts,and boss leave to say to his friend Sidney R. Ford and ) gage. or this notice will, be plead in bar of their reco- and Planters win S?
In Two Handsome 1rt>lttmtst S to. of over and former palrons of the establishment 1:1t'hig Elizabeth A. Ford. ) very; and all persons indebted to said estate are to Goods their advantage to call, examine and IlicJ '

Seven Hun-lrcd Pages Each. stock is complete, embracing eVrarticle Usually I a petition has been this day filed requested to make immediate payment. N. B.before purchasing elsewhere. I

IX HANDSOME MUSL1.V JJIXDIXC. kept in Southern'Drua': Stores, and from arrange- I WHEREAS office of the Circuit Court of SILAS DAVENPORT, Adm'r. the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil I and Physician's prescript ions put 11",'
m *ttts! rl'cntl'rfTecte'd,will bd regularly suppliedwith 'I Franklin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain Apabchicola, April IS, 1846. 16-2m 1 and nervous Headache, Constipation, care: accuracy at any hour of the da ''f

PRICE FIVE DOLLARS. fresh staple articles. household furniture, made and executed in Deca- Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatulency J- C. ALLEY1'.
March
21 Cor.
-Six months after date I will apply Centre and '
Physician: ?, Planter?, Country Merchants and tur county, Georgia on the 28th day of August, NOTICE Hon. Probate Court ,of Franklin &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by Comnlerte*._
THE ADDRESSES AND MESSAGES DF others will find it to their interest to call and examine Balsam or
1S44 and it to the satisfaction of the Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN i Llverwort.--""
; appearing Dru-rgist.
THE PRESIDENTS: OF Till-: U. S. county, for a final discharge from the administration ; '
his stock and prices. All ordeis will be REMEDY
Court, by the affidavit of, the petitioner that the AXlL pest perfect is said bOW
INAUGURAL ANNUAL. ANH SPECIAL, promptly attended to in person by defendants Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford of the estate of Amory. Rogers, deceased.B. Tarrant's Compound Extract of discovered in settled Consucptioa; till,

From 1789 to 184G. March 1, 1946. H. F. ABELL. reside beyond the limits of the State of Florida : T. CARO, Adm'r.BENJAIN Cubcbs and Copayia. Complaint, or any of their incipient stEn
ELLISON
With an Original Memoir of rath of tIlt Presidents It is ordered that said defendants do appear and Apalachicola, April 4, 18t6. Agent.14-6m Stands unrivalled for its on the Chrono-Thermal system by the v_
and a History of thtir Administrations To the Public. file their objections, if they have any, within 15 efficacy; it performs a cure Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated tQediciw
; also a selection of Important HAVING[ disposed of 'my entire !tock of days before the first day of the ensuing fall term "\JOTICE-After six month's publication of in :' few days-no confine- Genuine BALSAM or LIVES WORT,which Ivi *

S Documents and Statistical Information. and Medicines to Mr. H. F. Abell of this Court, otherwise said: petition shall be 1\ this notice, I shall apply to the Judge of S ment or restriction in diet, pares at 575 BOWERY. This plan of rTeaS.

in retiring (from the business, I take occasion to taken pro confesso; provided that due publication Probate, for Franklin county, to be dischargedfrom S i is necessary. It will be now espoused by several eminent phjsicbT?

b return to the public, my friends and customers, of this order be made in the Commercial the administration of the estate of Oliver q M found innJuabl ,being prepared and has been for a long time the secret of

COMPILED. FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES: my thanks for the patronage they have bestowed Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two I C. Ravmond. late of said county, deceased. i'i'I; with the greatest unparalleled success which has attended ut

BY EDWIN WILLIAMS, upon the establishment while under my control ; months, success vely. (A Copy-Teste.) BEN. F. NOURSE, possible care, upon wellS Taylor's medicine in performing i its| w

AUTHOR OF THE NEW-TORK AXSUAL RE6ISTEK &C. i and I take pleasure in recommending my successor WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. March 28, 1S4L( Adm'r. de bonis non. tested principles! founded cures, which in many, very many ca ,, _
EmlcIlitheJ with Portraits of the Presidentsand to them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit April 18, 1846. 16-2m S upon that imj;.ortant law, been almost incredible, but the conclnsi .
the Scats or Coats of Arms the for him a continuance of the custom heretoforeso NOTICE-Know all persons interested, that first established by the celebrated the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible Pf cS
several States.CONTENTS. of liberally extended to me. AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 16,1S46. from the date of this notice, I Dr. Foidyce, viz: we advise all who may have coughs or ;114

March\ 1 B- S. HAWLEY.To Franklin Circuit Court.IN will apply to his honor the Judge of Probate for __ t that a combination. of sim- colds: even, to use this perfect specific 1fitb K

I CHANCERY. the county of Franklin, for letters of administration liar remedies would produce a more certain, delay. Franklin says a small leak wiU it

1. The Speeches or Addresses, and Messages: Printers. Alphonse Loubat, upon the estate of Stephen T. Skillman, de speedy, and considerable effect, than any equivalent big: ship." Therefore, cure your cough.ilikt ttfo!
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS1 FURNISHING .
of the Presidents theUnited States= from Wash WAREHOUSE. vs. ceased. SILAS DAVENPORT. dose of any: single one.' In many cases the your lungs are past: cure. For sale by

inxton; to Polk. subscribers hava opened a new Type I George ,V. Harrison and Margaret Apalachicola' Fa., March 6, 18-t6.* 10-6w disease is entirely prevented by its timely application. J. C. ALIEN Sole Agent kr
: Emma Harrison, his wife
,
.
THE For sale
2. A Memoir cr Biographical Sketch of each in the city of New York, where OTICK; Six months after date I will by ApatachicoL
David G. Rauey and Harriet F. apply
N Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &.c. CAUTION-The genuine Doctor 'ti, _..
President his i'lessa;
preceding they are ready to: supply orders to any extent, for Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud to the Probate Court of Franklin County, -- -..-- BALSAM LIVEUWORT "
3. An account of the Inauguration of each any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper,Case*, son, Alexander McAlpin and for a final discharge from the administration and steel OF has: on the bct&,
President, and a History of( the principal political Galleys, Brass Rule STEEL COLUMN RULE, I splendid plate engraving to prevent cot
Ogden: Hag crt Assignees of Bill to fore- office of executor of the estate of David Rich terfeit Gurdon '
events of his administration, ami of the iransac- Composing Sticks, Chase!! and article, necessary signed by J. Leeds, any ctu
every Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort- ardson, deceased. vile imitations
tions of at each season durinz the dangerous and the !
Congress; pe for a Printing Office. Also second hand Bogart and John Hawthorn, on lots E. B. WHITMARSIL public
;gage cautioned not
to
riod. These sketches\ following t the purchase or deal inil,1
Messages: materials.
constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. P and Feb 21,18-16. 8-6m
& of each President and with the protected by the U. S. Copy Eight Laws.
.C., Messages
The Type which are cut in imitation of the &, Hawthorn David Maitland 12 in block
forming a compendious Political History of the letters cast in Moulds from ; -Six months after date the under March 21, 1846.l2.lyTarraut's
English are new an David Kennedy, Henry LaEl, in the NOTICE
United States for the last fift- will apply to the Jude of Probatefor
evcl1 years. entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counter"!' verty, James S. Branden and city of Ap- teTTefvcsccutAperient. SeltZt;
1. Declaration_ of Independence._ are warranted to: unsuipa. # :. Articles of Coniederatifjii. the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said
be sold to suit the times. All the type furnishedby
the firm of Branden&Murray RENEWED and
(5. Constitution of the United States, with I us is hand cast." The types from any foundry and Dra-; county. and a discharge from the office of Exec- HEALTH condition :of an inigonrt
Notes and References. Crumby utrix of the last will and testament of said de body Hod
be matched at this establishment.
can constituting the firm of by the use of TARRANTS EFFERVESCE?
7. A brief of tht- events and circumutance per ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN,
history Printing Presses furnished,also Steam Enginesof & Wilson SELTZER APEJU ENT.
Crumby Draper -
; December 20, 184:3.: Executrix. Found at Last--A Sure Cure; for
which led tollys Uaimi cf the States: and the most approved patterns. : and Gale, visible This preparation is universally allowed to

formation of the Con titukl1.: Composition Rollers cast for Printers. partners of the firm of Wilson, -The undersigned having recently the Piles.: the most t popular; icmedy of thejre, 'nt day,
ot the Coi titutions of the NOTICE and Chemists: have beer : i
8A synopsis : several COCKROFT & OVEREND, : long .
Gale & Co. and James Brown. as admini !
States. Dec. 13, 1815. ly OS Ann-st., New-York. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, Hem:. Josey, late of Jackson county deceased, a ru\iinuu/ !M.at wuuiu ;: anti Lut-r ifj-Iair-: ?;f Pij.t'oIktl'! ?,Hej .
Tables' cf Members of the Cabinets of the IT of the d! .
thePiles.
: cure one mc-st trcnMt-sotn; :* uses,
that the above named defendants do not reside requests all persons who are indebted to said estate 'j arh\ Itr! :; nrn, habitual: Ctn>tiH'r.C.l"
variotH administrations Mitistcis BarIn? and Rope. Success has 1.1'4 lux-n the roulr. Dr.
: to Foreign zt>
within the State of Florida, but within the to come forward and make immediate pay- I Traveller. ai.d resiJer.ts in \vari rlinutej
Countries, and other principal public officers. 100 PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAGGING United States; It is therefore ordered, that pub- ment ; and those to whom said estate is indebted JACKSON'S PILE EMBROCATION:: :; ..r.ly stop-$ find it a desirable article ; it prt"\' r.ts any arc.
Clnonoloefical: Table of Political Events in ; 50 Coils Rope ; Also, 200 all bleeding, allays pain ar.d ir.tl.imrr.atiou;, subdues
; -
lication be made in the within int'latiuuof! bile !
Commercial Advertiser to present their claims the time prescribedby u ;portable, &tt! the ;etfc uL
the United States. sacks corn, for sale by that intolerable itchinir l but !
!, etfectujlly: cures,
once a week, for the space of four months, of the law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, preparation i is ur.UasaHy: cvnver.ipnt. C1dt
11. Statistical Tables of Revenue Commerce BUGBEE & HOWARD, like charm and in :.sort $liu.o
Block. institution: of said suit> requiring them to appear Marianna, Nov. 4, 1SJ5. [6m] Adm'r.NOTICE a a very persons have irei}&nt: ccca>i.m for gentle ar.d tcsiU'i
No 7, Columbus I
and Population. jan3 whose lives have been rendered rni-wraMe: : for
and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or' purgativts; I they will: take; this aperirht 1:1: cr
12. A complete Index, or A.-.lytical: Table of Prints Only--Spring Styles, 18<16. before the expiration of that time or said: bill -The undersigned having recently years. For sale by J C; ALLEN, Terence to any other. Sold! hulvs.-lt ;:nd retail: *"
Contents - Nov .
will be taken T; J. C. ,
as confessed against them and such AtLEDru2'
Ilt. &r.
& BREWSTER, 44 Cedar-street beg W. late of Jackson deceased
LEE Carey Josey, county March 29, 1816. 1 -tm
further order in the the ___ _.
given to
to intorm Dealers in Dry Goods that premises as hUla
TO AMERICA\ CITIZENS. requests all persons who are indebted to said estate Drugs, Medicines &c.
The publisher of the shore! NATIONAL WORK, they have received and are now exhibiting at Court may seem meet.A to come forward and make immediate payment LARGE: and fresh supply cf Dru:;"", Mr6J

in announcing; its completion, takes: the oppor- the Warehouse exclusively for Printed Calicoes, ( Copy-Teste.) VALtEAU ; and those to whom said estate is indebtedto A rines, &c. consitin-. : p.rt: ct tile! (".IW.l

tunity to state that the sale of Vie same has been 500 cases, ,comprising ail the NEW SPRING WILLIAM Clerk. present their claims within the time prescribedby ins; a-.idt':1)) III.
committed to his agents throughout;: the Union, STYLES of British, French and American Man March 20, 154612lmFi'anklin-- -- law. ETHINGTON J. MERRITT, S ARP.4 ';; ;3 bHone'!;';: Panacea ; 10 Lt:* Oti>e OiUJUlcessi ; ,

who are authorised to assure subscribers that ufacture ; which, in addition to their usual stock, County. Marianna, Nov. 4, 184J.; [6m] Adm'r. ACOUSTIC OIL! : Epscin SalU; 1U obIs Coppuas; 10 M
there will be deviation frr.in the fixed I renders their assoitment one of the most beautiful FIRST DISTRICT JUSTICE'S .
no price COURT.A. THE WIT CURE COR Gum Opium; t>0 Lbs Sulphate Qnunne; 20 .&:?
namely, rive DotLARs-per copy, which must be and attractive in the city ; and having JUST G. Scmmes, ) OTICE.Six months after date, I will apply DEAFNESS London Mustunl: ;. Herbs tf all kind*; 3)!i l b
considered reasonable for two handsome: octavo been purchased for CASH AND SHORT CREDIT, are vs. > Attachment. tu the Probate Court of Franklin county Nutmegs; 15 hxs Starch ; 2) bx-i Ltcitn SyrupJL -
volumes of hundred each. offered by the piece or package! on the same tams, Aaron B. Marvin. for final from the administration of
over seven pages ) a discharge the cure of DEAF.VF.SS! Pains, and the ) kes Pearhsh! ; 2 gnss: : Si-idle and Soil'Vwikrs
No expense has been spared iu the prepara- at and below manufacturers' prices. THE defendant is notified of the institution of the estate Joseph C. Burdsall.! FOR : of matter from the Km Also! : ; 20 ibEirglia.1;: CaU-rm-I( ; 20! dot S-r:.

tion of these volumes of Documents( History and Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are foregoing suit by attachment, returnable ELLWOOD BURDSALL. all those disagreeable n": C5 like the buzzing: ot I Turpentine, and a s neral aicr rRnf of aU art:.

Statistics, to render the same worthy the patronage placed in the hands of buyers.CC to the April term of said Court. Apalachicola, Nov. 1, 1845. insects, falling of water whJz/iiu: of !.iatn, &c. cJpin the Drug line, (flJr Country Merchants:

not only of Statesmen: and Legislator.*, but :/- Purchasers will inform themselves of the A. G. SEMMES. -- &c., which are !synj-toin! of npproachin: deafness p Planters! and Phjsicians. For sale 1 by
of the American public generally; who will find state of the market, and be well repaid for an examination March IS, 1816. 12-Om State Tax Collector's Sale. and also generally atterdant: with the dis March 1 H. F/ABeLl.
in this: TREASURY or POLITICAL KNOWLSDE, amass even if they do not purchase. -- NOTICE is that six
hereby
given xvho been deaf for ten
ease. Many ia.r : ,
of information indispensable I to every intelligent New York, March 3, 1846. 15-Jy Franklin Superior Court.William PUBLIC after date I will expose to sale at fifteen, and twenty person ?, and were obliged to Bin:Ii Books and Stationery.
-- Wright, > year Journals, Day LV.kx; &c.
citizen.Formeg public outcry, opposite the Court House door, have after! ti-in : or two LEDGERS
--PiJC; Attachment for use ear trumpets :; ont
: editions of the Presidents' Messageshave I Liquors. vs. V $3000. in the of of Franklin : Foolscap( antI Letter Paper;
Daniel City Apalachicola, county bottles, throv/n: aside their trumpets, being: mad
been imperfect and incomplete in inny, respects CONRIGN\1& .-Just received a superior McDougald. } the Lots and in said Cotton Memorandum Book* ;
ON following lying being City, well. Physicians and Pur
L which have now becri( remedied, 1st by a lot of Liquors, consisting of Signett, THE Defendant and other persons interested as the property of the following persons, for pcrfectly recommended its use. For wle l bv ;euurf highly: Slii! i; and River Bill Lading;

careful comparison: with oflicial documents, anti Cognac and Pale Cognac Brandy, Holland Gin, hereby notified of the institution of the Taxes due said State for the year 1845, as per J ALLEN Sole Aa ent Boooks f for Letter Pre.3
,
2J by diligent research, to supply the Special : Port Wine, Maderia and L. P. Maderia Wine, above suit, and are required to plead accordingly. plan of City. March 13-lm for Blank Bills of{ Exchange and: Checks,
23 Apalachicola.
Messages and Addresses omitted in former com Champagne Wine, &c. &.c. for sale at importer's GEO. S. HAWKINS, : Just icceived and for sale by .
Lot BluckxOwners.. Taxes. .
pilations. The Index to the whole work, of subjects prices, for cash only, by J. C. SMITH, \ \ I Cabinet "Worli top.T I March 1 II. l.I ._ABELL r
Att'ys for Plaintiff. :! 4 March 28 F. KOPMAN.
and dates i ia feature of this
names a new THE subscriber is ill readiness
Apalachicola, March 19, IS45. 40-4m 9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 GO : !po-.v PAINTS AID' OfLS-J; ; fcrtfi ;\1) i \n
edition which will make it invaluable for refer-
: manufacture old:
to
new cr repair '
O' V/iater Oil !
Boots and Shoes. IS H2 R. McKenzie, 30 ) -'alb Lami. ny.tl.>
ence.To and Men's Russet Brogans: George; Hawkins, Attachment, Franklin 7 and 12 Bl Win. Mathers assigns 2 95 Furniture, with lIt1rnPtesanl: do- Lin3-3 t(1 Oil ; -3U b.v ..--*ort d Gta 3'; ; .>:::0 ,ibs j.
render tries'* writing* of ths Arnrican BOYS' A. G. Semmes spatch, and solicits cf his old
thepMror.age P'lY. 1UO( a-j-ortccl ]'.uat Crtui.e mark Lea
:! sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans Circuit Court, Damages 4 23 Dr. Meacham, 40 ty ; ,
Presidents more valuable as ('ll1tinueatiol211 I \ } :; customers and strict
a ing) attention
vs. hope: by to
Gents fine Calf Erozans; $1500. 1 J H. N. Morris, 80 Spanish: Brown, Yell/('w Ochre ireen Pailltjn]
History. they are accompanied: with Memoirs of; John T. Smith. orders to ,
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do. 4 14 David Seldon, :55:J: gain some new onePP'l'ER received and rcr sale by
the Presidents and a Histcry ot the various ad defendant is notified of the institution IIORART.
rpHE lereby
J March; 1 H. F. AHELL
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, 6 and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60
ministrations.The! L of the above suit by attachment ; returnable lChittE"nd Estate $r- Shop in third story of Brick fiuihiin::, ror-
Ladies' Gaiter Boots 22 30
Super ,
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work i is edited and compiled by Mr. ED- Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots, to the Spring Term, 1816, of said Court, 21 JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff, ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov S. 1'cr Brig 2iIclainoi
wit WILLIAMS: whose familiarity with cur Political at which time he is required to appear and plead. -- arrived t'autiiut ;:sc.rtmei.If Gent
A large and extensive assortment,just received, and cx-Officio State Tax Collector. JUST
History and Statistical! Subject* g> ncrally, 4 A. G. SEMMES, Aty for plfo. TJios. ClarJi, I ; !suitable for the :season, arcrt;:,
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co. Apalachicola, Jan. 21, 1846. 4-Gm S
are well known to ths pa'oiic:; and afii/rd a sufficient NovQD 41 Water street. Jan. 2, IS 10. 1-tf BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, I may be foundFrenrli !-

guarantee for the accuracy; and :fidelity of p-- .... about to close their present business, 'l CONTINUES: t-. carry o;; Ibis biI3ness .I : Lirien chec! !;;: aid ?;.icl: C ants,
the compilation andaccnrnpanvinz. Hiatorv. Iron, Nails, &c. -=--- =--- = BEING now offer for sale their large in Apdhchiccla, two: doors below Do do do I'Or.v do! ,

J. UVAnOTALKER, TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes, Dry Goods. and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, City Hotel on Centre !;:rec-t.- I Union: Plaid Liren lluntbs ar.d l Kr". k CcatJ,
April 11 114 Fulton-. Jreet, New-York. 20 100 kegs Nail do. THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea Hat, Caps, &c., at greatly reduced prices for g superior wrkinen, he H con- Plaid and Fancy Lir.eii Drilling Pants,

4 casks Weeding Hoe?, assorted qmlities, stock of Dry Goods, consisting; in cash only. fident, that all who may patr.mi/.e him will find I Ur.ir.n: / Plaid uI

Bagging and Rope. 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils, part ofNegro COATS : they have called at the n !Lthop.t Fr ?r.I:h Calf'I PSaia: White "

A GOOD article of Power Loom Kentucky 20 English and American Vises, White KersC'ys and Linseys, Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coals; Skin and Morocco Boots, cr Shoes; made to cnUr, .I Kremlin fancyand striped Cctfor.adiPant.! : .,

Bagging; and rood Rope, for !sile by 20 Bellows, and Red Flannels, Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do. of the latest fashion and incst approved style. White, Linen bosom: and lancy cold Shirts,

_janSl: 5 NOUR E, STONE & CO. 12 dozen Spades and Shovels, Plain and Fancy Jeans, Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do. All mending, &c., donpwith ne.itntn and ;promptitude Super striped; Caulbnr!; wPalmleaf ..

10 Collin's Axes, Double twilled Tweeds, Tweed cassimere sack and frock do. and on term that cannot fail tt' be re- Leghorn, Panama, Florence arid CKI-j
Bagging and Rope 10 bxs Cotton and Woulen Cards. Super fancy Casameres, Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do. cognised as in keeping with the competition in da Straw Hats,

10 0 PCS. Kentucky Bag-in:: ;. 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws, Super English and French Cloths, PANTS : trade and the closeness ot (the times. Super Calf Boots! Brcgans, and Inw-quar. S1Ct':
100 coils Rope 20 Hian3. Whitney Blankets 10 11 and .
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; pc 12qr3.Duffil 3tUTwenty Buckskin Cloth, PrnnelU and Giatski.'a G..itl'f't
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel fur sale jan17 ,
by Blue and bl'k cloth Pants; .
4 bales Bnzzin: ; Twine, for !sale' by WM. G. PORTER Blankets, 8,9 and 10 qrs. Leather Pumps, Velvet and 31o Slipper:*, an!]
WM: G. PORTER & Co. & Co. Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades, Super bl'k doe skin cass. Pants; Boliars I2 t waa- Nov 23 nany p.Ahrch
Nov 23: 41 Water street. 41 Water treet. Brown Shirting and Sheeting, Plain stripe and fig'd do. do; FOR the apprplicn-sio'i! of the hoy HEJCRY, 2:0\: };'. K9E.! ;
For Sale. Cotton Osnaburgs, Sattinett and Tweed do. do; absented himself from this city, on Sat- _

On Consignment, I '9 FIRKINS best Dairy Butter,better known Cotton Drilling and Ticking, Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do; urday last, without l leave. He is about 50 year Si>!jUg Gooils.

1AA BOXES New Bedford: Sperm Candles, 'p o as Latham's Butter:' Apply to Linen and Cotton Checks, VESTS : old, six feet high, bullet-headed, and !bald on top JUST arrived per brig Melamcra

JLV/Lf for sale low for Ca
W.M/T. WOOD Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, Fig'd do. do. do; which, with an impediment in his speech, gives New stjle: and: very superior! Gir. hatcs,

Nov 29 42 Water street. On Consignment. English, French and American Prints, Plaid, stripe, and fig'd cashmere Vests; him, when he alt r.1ts; to speak: a curiom expression : China Lawn, fur L.idies' Dresses

Garden Seeds. THE subscriber has just received from the Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, -ALSO- worthy the! study of a Ll.\';.t'r. The Ludirs' Fancy Dresses, in pat tern.

--- Th and publishers a beautiful lot Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, White linen and muslin shirts; above reward will be given for his: apprehension S-lOnnd 1 1:2-4: Musquito Lace ttin-d.: f
fresh received and for
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:: WARRANTED jurt J: C. ALLEN.Jan. of Paper Hangings, Foolscap and Letter Paper, Extra super Muslin de Laine, Figured do. do. do. and delivery in this place, and all rcM"'on.: Mo expenses and single.;

21 Druz.zit.Balzig I Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer English, Scotch and American do. Merino shirts and drawers; paid. JOHN JENKINS. 50 pps plaid and whit corded do do.
I Books, etc., which be offers very low. Super Italian black and figured Silks, Silk and cotton shirts and drawers; Apahchjcola, Jan 17, 1516. :3-tf Ladefancy Sun Shades andPirasols; ,

and ISopc. I Feb 7 F. KOPMAN. Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, ---- Rich I very and Paper Fan, .
PIECE; heavy Clifton Kentucky Bagging Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, and Scarfs; Malta Naailicen Cotton Seed for Fijrured! Muslins, Ba'marines and other !styles

500 ; 50'( ) coils good Kentucky Rope. For Sale. English and American Cotton Hkfs, Silk, Merino, Lamb's Wool and Cotton Hose; Sale. Good-, for Spring Presses.La .

Also, 150: boxes Tobacco various brands, for sale '20 BBLS :MESS PORK ; 20 i bbls No. 1 Madras and Verona head ilk Is, Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and I HAVE a few hundred b'ishels! of Yellow s' Kid Walking; Shop Tnskins aniGaitiJDt .
by LOCKHART & YOUNG. 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 I lt'r sale at two dollars ) black and colored Kd Slippers anFlorence < T'

Feb 23, 01A bbls---- Fulton- --p- -Market-:----- -ftf-pf. far- silo- hv Super Marseilles. and! Worsted Vestings, and Shoes, &c. MILLER & Co. per bushel. This Seed is the growth of seed Leghorn, Opea-worl and Duns .
DODGE PRATT, Cotton and Flax Thread, -- imported last year from the i island of Malta, in I Straw Bonnetts,

HHDS. St. Cioix Suzar, feb23 40 Water street. Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins, To Printers. the Mediteranean sea,and were raked and ginnedon Phin, striped and figured Swiss and Jacks|
JL\J 20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive, Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR- a plantation where no other Cotton grew. !Muslins.

100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java, Perfumery. Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c. NISHING WAREHOUSE. The Seed is therefore genuine. Samples of the Besides many other articles which the subscrafj

4 cases Hyson Tea, COLOGNE Lavender Florida Waters, Ex Which have been selected with great care
40 bxs Aromatic Tbbacoo, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal, New York and Boston, from Importers and Agentsof in the City of New York, where & Hartshorne at Apalachicola, and which are ofa March 2i.: F. KOP J-.1f.

50 Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby's, &c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Olto of Rose, &c. Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates. and they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for superior quality.
20 *' Sperm Candles; .50 his brown Soip, Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN. are now offered at wholesale or I etail on favorable any kind of job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases, The Seed can be forwarded by steamboat to Paints, Oils, and Glass.

100 bass Shot; 50 kez Powder, ___ terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. Galleys, Brass Rule, Steel Column do. Composing Apalachicola or Columbus, or any intermediate GIBSON CLAPP

2000 lbs Lead; 4 cask! Lins ed'Oil, Goods on Consignment.; Nov. 29,1845. 41 Water !street.' Sticks, Chases, and every article necessaryfor landing. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS

200 Itess White Lead. No 1. Extra and Pur A SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting o a Printing Office. REUBEN C. SHORTER, Sr. Paints: Oils, VarnUhes, Turpentine, 1V1W
For sale byV.. G. PORTER & Co. Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco, GIBSON & CLAPP, 22 Water street, have The Type, which are cast in new moulds,froman Eufa'ila, Ala., January: 27, 18.tG. 5-8\v Glass, &.C., .
Nov 29 41 Water street. Gunpowder, Brandy &,c.) is offered at New received per schr Helen, from New entirely new set of matrixes with deep coun- Will keep constantly on hand a good
Orleans and offer for sale
York Invoice prices, by ters, are warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and "Sans Souci," ment of MIXED PAINTS of All colors for S j
Molasses. Jan3l5 NOURSE, STONE & CO. 200 galls" Linseed Oil; 200 lbs Putty; will be sold at prices to suit the times. RESTAURAUT, BILLIARD AND READING Boats Shipping and Plantation: use; tosjelbef B-|
N. 0. Molasses for sale 100 Refined Sperm Oil ; furnished and also ,
50 BBLS. by Printing Presses Steam ROOM, a variety articles: in the painting line,too tfj
March 7 J. DAY & Co For Sale. 50 boxes Glass assorted sizes ; Engines of the most approved patterns. Corner Commerce and Centre Streets. merous to mention.
OA BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20. 20 doz boxes Fancy Toilet Soap ; Composition Rollers cast: for Printers.A .
Saddlery for Sale at Cost and 150> Ibs Tremont Starch House, Sign, and Steam Boat Fainting
/Ol/ 30 do Tin do 1-3 k, ; Machinist constantly in attendance to repair BY R. E. RAIMOND. .
Glazing done with neatness and despat
C liarges.S 50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20, 50 kegs No. 1 While Lead; Presses and do light work. .
moderate
HAVING on hand an assortment of Saddles, Braziers' and Sheething Copper 10 Paris Green; 10 do Chrome do; Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled,0 Roasted, Stewed, prices 22 for Water cash.street,ApalachicdaJan. : -

tic &c I will dispose of them as 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. 10 1845.
above Cor'ash.. Bucket Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron, 100 assorted Paint Brushes, &.c. feb28 9 give the above six months' insertion in their papers I WELSH RAREBITTS ,
On hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will Nail Rods Tin Ware wholesale and and send their
.' retail A Card. papers containing it to the POACHED EGGS, Iron, Nails, &c. ,
be sold for cash. by I to close our business in this place, subscribers. BIRD SUPPERS.[ subscribers have on hand and for
March 29 P. HOBART. Nor 1 ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co. WISHING COCKROFT & OVEREND 68 Ann st. THE
". prepared to sell our extensive stockof {jCJ- Private Supper Rooms. and retail, low for Cash :
9 NotIce. DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at New York. Aug. 6.1845. 34-6m HOT LUNCH every day from 11 to 1. 20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assorted Ntt**

wanted for sundry accounts of long Flavouring Waters. unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance On Consignment. Families and visitors supplied with Oysters by 50 keg Spikes, Wrought and Cut
CASH assortment just received, and for sale by Merchants and others visiting this the barrel or gallon. March 14 Boiler Iron
I All persons interested will take AN city, will findit CASKS superior Rice, now landing, from
due notice and govern them elve accordingly, or 29 J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist. to their interest to examine our stock before 20 brig Tybee, and for sale by Hollow Ware a general assortment,

I will--dun them personally. ship Huron, from Havre, a making their purchase Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co. Lumber. Sugar and Coldren Ketle. '
RECEIVED per J. STEVENSON received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Lum- Cook and Parlor Irons
March 29 PETER HOBART. -French Boots made by the cel- & CO. JUST Stove.
Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1816 jan7 3-tf S Fork & Beef. J ber, assorted qualities. Also on hand 50,000 Blacksmith's Tools,Hardware,
; Wanted to Purchase for Cash. brated Hurter. MILLER Co. 40 'BBLS. Mess and Prime'Pork; SObbls.. feet White Pine,assorted from } to 2 inch, which Britannia and JappandVares., Bra ADdUFire *j

S NEGRO BOY from"13 to' 20 years of age March Removal. 4 Mess and Prime Beef, for sale by will be sold low for the cash, byPETER Shovels and Tongs

A suitable for taking care of a horse, and Dnrnllnrr'nn4.Rop .. .1\ TILLER &.CO. have removed their stock of Marc 7 S J. DAY &' Co. HOBART.No Dog.Thimbles Blocks, Pump BOXM. .

waiting in the hous Apply to PCS. very heavy' LouUville! .Man & JLVJL Dry Goods, Clothing, &c., from the corner Lumber will ,be delivered from the yard,, Marin Spun Yarn Manila and Hemp C1Zd4

mchlVOOD & CO, Wterst.. 450' Co. Bagging 300 coils Bale Rope, of Water and Chestnut streets to the store on Canvassed Hams. after this date unless paid for, or, written. order Anchor Pitch Oakum,Tar Coal Ttr.R
for sale'by ; Water street, formerly occupied by S. B. Hamil- 5 CASKS, Canvassed Hams' for sale by from'a; .responsible: ,person.' March 28 Turpentine. Sperm and Linseed Oil, ;

Sn ar.HHDS. ., March J, PAY & Co.BAGGING200rolMoraltbv ton,'where they, will constantly keep on hand a S ,WOOD* & CO. 1 Paint*and Brushes,Rigging awl Pmp L\
Dry New Orleans;'$) hhdi._ Id- .: large assortment of READY MADE CLOTH March 7 32 ,Water-st., Congress ,Spring Water Mats, Pumps and Buckets,

25 perior Si.Croix, in store, for,sale by- ING, HATS, CAPS., BOOTS, SHOES, &c. &c. CEDAR wanted by received per achr. LeRoy. and for sate by Sheet Iron ,Ware. S
.Jwch T J. DAY. .. ..Co. & CO.I. Oct. 25J1815.. 43-tf D. B. WOOD & COrI I J 'March'91 J. C.. ALLEN.' Mar h 14 ROBERTS, -LU"wo


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