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VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1846. [NUMBER 20.


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


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, I
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AY
O OSWORTH & WYMAN.
'Office, Third Story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce and Chestnut streets.
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To those who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
count will be made; but all advertisements not
strictly pertaining to their own business, as
well as al legal advertisements sent in by them,
1will be argued at the usual rates.
{g- Letrs may be addressed to either the edi
"tors or proprietors, and must be POST PAID to insure
attention.

ISml!S IlttCit f*

',Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Vlhas. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S Water street,
April 1, 1846. Apalachicola, Fa.
S. Davenport,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water-street,
Apalachicola, Fa.
(,- Liberal Advances made on consignments
to my friends in New Orleans, New York or
Liverpool. April, 1846.
H. F. Abell,
WHOLES.ALT AND RETAIL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Also-A general assortment of Statinery.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
April 11, Analachicola, Fa._
H. D. Darden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 20, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
'B. F. Nourse, R. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
novel Apalachicola, Fla.
Beniijamin Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1, 1815. Apalachicola, Fla.
JSREMIAH DAY. D)ANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fa.
W- Also, Agents for the _EtnalInsurance Co."
the Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart-
Yord Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.
Ls. Fred. E. Dugas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
M1VIC HANT,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Dec 6, 18-15. Apalachicola, Fa.
Harper & Holnmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
agentss for the
SSUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of JNew York,
No. 51 Water street,
Nov 1,1845. Apalachicola, F.
Edward MTcCully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
No. 9 Columbus Block,


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Cooke & Horne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Streel,
New-Orleans.
ANDREW S. COOKE. AMOS HORN.
febS8.


This rule is plain and simple. If we
cannot speak well and favorably of an ac-
quaintance or friend, let us remain silent!
If we cannot say something calculated to
cheer, gladden and delight, let us at least
not pursue a contrary course. Our duty is
to afford as much pleasure, and to produce
as much good as we can, in the world, and
if our means with reference to these sub-
jects be limited, we should at least endea-
vor to restrain the evil propensities of our
nature, to curb and control the demons of
scandal, jealousy, ill will and all uncharit-
ableness. We all have infirmities and fail-
ings enough. We all require the exercise
of generosity and forbearance. Our imper-
tectlions, although invisible to ourselves,
may be quite glaring to others. When,
therefore, we indulge a spirit of generous
and charitable forbearance in relation to the
errors of the rest of the world, we in some
degree at least entitle ourselves to a similar
judgment with reference to our own.-
Nothing is ever lost by kindness and chari-
ly. No heart is pained-no sensibility is
wounded, by words of courtesy, benevo-
lence and good breeding-while a rash
word, a violent expression, a hasty or an
unhappy remark, may inflict a keen pang-
may cause a wound that will fester and
rankle for years.
"Then speak no ill-but lenient be,
To other's failings as your own;
If you're the first a fault to see,
Be not the first to make it known.
For life is but a passing day,
No lip may tell how brief its span ;
Then oh! the little time we stay,
Let's speak of all the best we can."

A MOTHER IN PANTALOONS.-A mar-
riage was on the point of being celebrated
in the office of the mayor of Algiers, when
the clerk asked if the bridegroom's mother
was present. A sonorous "yes" immedi-
ately came from a person of ordinary height,
dressed in citizens clothes, and looking like
one in the enjoyment of health and strength.
"Well" said the Magistrate, seeing no
female but the bride, "call her; her pres-
ence and signature are both necessary to ve-
rify the act of marriage."
The court was instantly astounded by see-
ing the individual who had just answered
for the mother come forward with a military
salutation. But the mayor gently thrust
him back, and again called the mother.
"Here," said the same voice, in a mili-
tary tone and the cleverest enunciation.
"1 called the mother, not you, sir."
"In that case" was the brief reply, "you
have not far to go; I am she; one of the
persons you are about to marry is my son!
my name is MARIE DE L-- ; I have seen
thirty years' service-ten campaigns-and
have the grade of sergeant-major. Here
are my papers; you'll find my engagement
among 'em, and authority to wear men's
clothes, my brevet, and my title to a state
pension."
The magistrate who was still amazed by
the masculine voice he heard, examined
the papers, identified the sergeant-major,
and then performed the marriage ceremony
of her son.

Ai ADROIT SWORDSMAN.-Pulaski, as is
well known, was as adroit a swordsman as
he was perfect in horsemanship, and he ever
rode a powerful and fleet charger. During
the retreat of the American army through
New Jersey, in the darkest hour of our na-
tional adversity, Pulaski was with a small
party of horsemen, pursued by a large body
of British cavalry, the leader of which was
a good horseman and mounted nearly as
well as Pulaski. Pulaski rode in the rear
of his detachment, and the British captain
in advance of those he commanded. The
morning sun was shining brightly, casting
oblique shadows, and as the pursued party
entered a long narrow lane, Pulaski having
satisfied himself of the superior speed and
command of his horse over that of his pur-
suer, slackened his pace, and kept his horse
to the side of the lane farthest from the sun.
The pursuing officer came up in hot haste,
his sword elevated so as to make the deci-
sive cut upon Pulaski as soon as he could
reach him. Pulaski rode as though he
heard not the advance upon him-kept his
eyes fixed warily on the ground on the side
of his horse towards the sun on his right.
As soon as he saw the shadow of his pursu-
er's horse gain upon him, and found that
the horse's head, by the shadow, had gained
about half the length of his own horse's
body, he gave the sudden sword-cut of St.
George, with his powerful arm, and saw the
decapitated head of the English officer fol-
low the stroke.
His mathematical eye had measured the
distance by the position of the shadow, so
accurately and his position giving a long
back reach to his right arm, while the cross
stroke of his pursuer must have been made
at a much shorter distance to have taken
effect-that the pursuing officer lost his
head before he suspected that his proximity
was known, or that a blow was meditated.


FAME.-What is fame? Is it sustenance
of life; is it happiness; does it produce
the softer joys of life ; can it command the
tender sympathy, and rule, with pleasure,
wedded life? Does it smooth the rough
pages of existence, or mellow its asperities;
make calm the tide of passions, or quell
their boisterous overflowing ? Does its
tone sound in accordance with the still
small voice of Religion; does its aims and
ends agree with the moral law of God ?-
What is Fame? Is it to be spoken of by
men iu after times-then He that burnt the
Temple of Ephesus has as much as an Alex-
ander, or a Socrates? Is fame the off-
spring of good actions, or bad-or both ?
The question suggests the sufficient an-
swer. What is fame? A vain shadow un-
fit to taint the noble mind of man! Man
should live to honor God, and in doing so
. enuoble himself.


ALLIGATOR OIL.-A letter from St. An.
gustine to the N. Y. Eveening Post, dated
dated April 12th, says:
S"I suppose you may not have heard that
we have discovered the utility of alligators.
An alligator is found to be as valuable in
his way as a spermaceti whale. An expe-
dition has left this place for the river of St.
John's, and the dark tributary stream of
Black Creek swarming with these hideous
creatures, with the view of killing them to
obtain their oil.
The oil of the alligator is said to be
better for lamps than even whale oil, and it
is extracted from the animal in considerable
quantity and without any great difficulty.
For this discovery we are indebted to the
Indians, who have been in the habit for how
long a time I know not, of extracting the
oil of the alligator and using it for various
purposes. It makes a fine transparent fluid
and burns admirably.
You know lhow many of these enormous
animals are shot out of wantonness from the
decks of the steamboats that plough our
waters. I expect hereafter to hear of laws
passed for their protection. Every time au
alligator of eighteen feet long is shot in the
long grass of the river banks, or while be is
swimming, a barrel or half a barrel of oil,
as the case may be, is wasted. Thisshould
not be. We must allow them to be killed
only at the proper season, when they are
fattest, and not permit their destruction at
the season when they lay their eggs.
The alligator is a formidable looking
creature, it is true, but he is generally
harmless. His office is to prowl in the
sluggish waters of this southern region,
pick up what hlie can, and digest it into ex-
cellent oil for the illumination of our houses.
Alligators will be hereafter esteemed as use-
ful animals as pigs-perhaps more so, for
their keeping costs nothing. The danger
is that, now that the world has discovered
what they are good for, their race will bo
exterminated."';
A TRIFLE.-One kernel is felt in a hogs-
head-one drop of water helps to swell the
ocean-a spark of fire helps to give light to
the world. You are a small man-passing
amid the crowd, you are hardly noticed;
but you have a drop or spark within you
that may be felt-felt through eternity.-
Do you not believe it ? Set that drop in
motion-give wings to that spark, and be-
hold the results! It may renovate the
world. None are too small-too feeble-
too poor to be of service. Think of this
and act. Life is no trifle.
The Potomac Fisheries are about to be
closed for the present season. The result,
on the whole, is a very poor one for Her-
ring, and a fair take of Shad. Although
the quantity of the latter put up in barrels
is comparatively small, the price of green
Shad has been well sustained throughout
the season. In fact, the price of both Her-
ring and Shad has been very high, com-
pared with former years. The quantity put
up in barrels on the Potomac, by a careful
estimate, does not exceed 6000 barrels
Herrings, which is about one-fifth of the
average salting-the usual quantity being
from 25 to 36,000 barrels. Some of our
Fisherman, but very few, however, have
done pretty well.-[Alexandria Gazette.
RAT AND CAT ARTICLES.-There is now
to be seen at the shop of Mr. Eben Ames,
on North Main street, says the Providence
Journal, one of the greatest natural curios-
ities we ever remember to have heard of,
viz: a young rat suckled by a cat, together
with four kittens: the kittens are about fMf-
teen days old. On Thursday last, the old
cat left her kittens for a foraging expedition
on Canal street; she soon returned, bearing
in her mouth a young wharf rat, which she
has ever since nursed and taken equal caro
of with her kittens.
SHOCKING AND HEARTRENDING OccUR-
RENCE.-Yesterday, as the Carrollton Rail-
road train was passing the corner of Calliope
and Nayades streets, a little boy named
GREEN, an only child, in endeavoring to
get into one of the cars, slipped and fell on
the rails, when dreadful to relate, the wheels
passed over him, crushing and mangling
him in a manner as almost to eviscerate
him--turn him inside out. We sincerely
condole with the bereaved parents, who
were just about leaving the city. An iin-
quest was held on the remains. Verdict
according to the facts.-[_N. O. T'mes.
Mind what you run after! Never be
content with a bubble that will burst, or
a fire-work that will end in smoke and dark-
ness. Get that which you can keep, and
which is worth keeping.
Something sterling that wili stay,
When gold and silver fly away.
Fight hard against a hasty temper. An-
ger will come, but resist it stoutly. A spark
may set a house on fire. A fit of .passion
may give you cause to mourn all the days
of your life. Never revenge an injury.


He that revenges knows no rest;
The meek possess a peaceful breast.
Wm. Bowers was killed by Alhartis Ar-
wine in Grainger county, Tennessee, on
the 9th inst. Arwine was a rich old man,
had made a will setting his negroesfree:
Bowers, his nephew, went to his house ait
night to kill him, shot at him but missed
when the old man shot him dead. A anewly
written will was found on Bowers, who was
supposed to have had confederates.
[Huntsville (Ala.) Advocate.
O. Girard College, at Phiadelphia, is
now nearly completed. It will be one of
the most magnificent as,well as most sub-
stantial edifices in the Union.
TIME.-Time is what we want most, but
what we use worst; for which we must all
account, when time shall be no more.


THE WIFE TO HER ABSENT HUSBAND.
Linger not long! Home is not home without thee;
Its dearest tokens only make me mourn;
Oh! let thy mem'ry, like a chain about thee,
Gently compel and hasten thy return.
Linger not long!
Linger not long! Tho' crowds should woo thy
staying,
Bethink thee, can the mirth of friends, tho' dear,
Assuage the pain, the grief, the long delaying,
Costs the fondheart, that sighs to have thee here 1
Linger not long!
Linger not long! How I shall watch thy coming!
As evening shadows stretch o'er moor and dell,
When the wild bee has ceased its busy humming,
And silence hangs on all things, like a spell .
Linger not long!
How I shall watch for thee when fears grow
s'2tnger,
As night grows dark and darker on the hill,
How I shall weep! when I can watch no longer-
Oh! art thou absent-art thou absent still I
Linger not long!
Yet I should'grieve not, tho' the eye that seeth thee,
Gazeth through tears that makes its lustre dull;
For ah I sometimes fear when thou art near me
My cup of happiness is all too full!
Linger not long!
Haste, then, oh! haste unto thy peaceful dwelling'
Haste, as a bird unto its own lov'd nest,-
Haste, as the bark, when tempests wild are swel-
ling,
Fhlies to its haven of secure rest!
Linger not long!


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


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


Dr. A. W. Chapman,
(^ 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


Bugbee & Howard,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Block,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola,'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.
January 10, 1846. 2-3m

REMOVAL.
W. G. M. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
O Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1845.
A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, Jlb. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


Samuel Schflifer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
{- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
dec20 Apalachicola, Fla.


J. H. & J. M Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. APALACHICOLA, FA.
David G. Rancy,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
Nov 5. ly Apalachicola, Fa.


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


[From the Philadelphia Enquirer.]
THE TEMPER AND THE TONGUE.
RASHNESS OF SPEECH.
Give me the heart that would fain hide-
WouIld fain another's fault efface;
How can it pleasure human pride,
To prove humanity but base ?1
No! let us reach a higher mood,
A nobler estimate of man ;
Be earnest in the search for good,
And speak of all the best we can."


Francis Kopnman,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash,
octl Chestnnt-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..


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


J. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, N&c., &c.
also,
A general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


We some time since ventured to offer a
word of reproof in relation to the habit of
speaking harshly, hastily, or without due
reflection. The evil is so common, and is
often attended with such evil consequences,
that we will be excused for referring to it
again. It may be said to form one of the
most serious annoyances of social life.-
And, when a family or a circle is troubled
with an individual who is afflicted with the
infirmity alluded to, who is in the habit
either from rashness, thoughtlessness or
bitterness of disposition, of making unkind,
unfeeling or violent remarks, the vice at
times becomes almost insufferable. Hearts
are wounded, the sensitive are excited and
stung, old griefs are revived, frailties are
subjected to an improper scrutiny, and thus
pain is caused in various ways. Individu-
als have no right, even under the plea of
frankness and candor, to make use of harsh
and irritating language-to allude to sub-
jects of a delicate or unpleasant nature,-
to revive the recollection of errors repented,
or even to reproach in a bitter and vindic-
tive spirit, the exhibition of existing frail-
ties. Some persons too are in the habit of
getting into an undue excitement, on pub-
lic and private questions, and while in this
state, of denouncing the objects of their
passion with a degree of malevolence and
rancor so strong, as to be quite painful to
the listeners. A friend informs us that a
case of this kind occurred a few days ago
in an omnibus. The vehicle was well
crowded with ladies and gentlemen, when a
somewhatexciting subject became the theme
of conversation between two of the latter.
They talked coolly enough for a little while,
but soon the temper of one of the parties
was roused, his language became stronger,
his manner, voice, and the expression of
his countenance, changed with his words,
and he poured forth a torrent of invective
so bitter and burning, that the other pas-
sengers were not only astonished but sadly
annoyed-and all turned upon each other
looks of congratulation when the hot-tem-
pered individual pulled the string that
checked the vehicle, and took his depar-
ture. His manner was most unpleasant.-
The same sentiments might have been ex-
pressed with far more emphasis and effect
in a calmer, milder, and yet in a sufficient-
ly decided spirit. But the impression made
was, that the excitable one possessed a very
unhappy and tyrannical temper, and that
the less the lovers of peace, quiet.and cour-
tesy. had to do with him the better.
But there is another description of rash-
ness of speech that deserves to be noticed
and rebuked. A gentleman informs us that
a year or two ago he attended quite a bril-
liant party in a neighboring city. In the
course of the evening, he was conversing
with a friend, when a somewhat flippant
acquaintance came up, and pointing to a
lady ou the opposite side of the room, ex-
claimed in a half whisper, but sufficiently
loud to be heard by the three-" Who is
that frightfully ugly female talking to
Mrs. "
"That," replied the interrogated, at once
pained, mortified and confused, "is the
wife of my friend Mr. B."-and he imme-
diately bowed to the gentleman with whom
he had been conversing. Fortunately, Mr.
B. was a man of good sense and manage-
able temper, and was thus able to appreciate
insolence and pupyism at their true value.
The imprudent and impertinent youth stam-
mrnered out an apology; but he was evident-
ly so abashed and overwhelmed by his blun-
der, that he scarcely knew what he was
saying. The incident afforded him a les-
son, however, and for a time at least, the
effect was salutary. The true doctrine in
all matters of conversation, is beautifully
expressed by a clever poet of the present
day:
"Nay, speak no ill, a kindly word
Can never leave a sting behind,
And, oh! to breathe each tale we've heard,
Is far beneath a noble mind.
Full oft a better seed is sown
By choosing thus the kinder plan ;
For if but little good is known,
Still let us speak the best we can."


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.


P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE.
Cnv No. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla.


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


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


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


WM. W. Sims. WX. W. CHEEVER.
Sims & Chieever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
W-- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


Advances.
HE subscribers continue, as heretofore, to
make liberal advances on Cotton consigned
to the address of their friends in Liverpool, New
York or Boston. C. ROGERS & Co.
Oct. 25 47 Water street.


EXGHANGE on New York, for sale by
E r1 S. DAVENPORT,
April 11. 50 Water street.


Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block.
nov9 Apalacficola, Fla.
T. J. SANFORD. M. M. BUTT.
Sanford & Butt,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 36 Water Street,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.
Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 31 Water street.
Dec 13. Apalachicola, Fa.
W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


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


LUMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector oe Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 22, 1845.


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


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


Apalachicola, Fa.


Nov 29


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


Washington 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 be sold for the taxes
for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes'
Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to
be sold for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing in Holmes' Valley, levied on as the property
of Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for
the year 1845.
JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff,
and ex-officio State Tax Collector.
March 28, 1846. 13-6m


Wmi. T. Wood,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,


Apalachicola, Fa.


Nov 29.


ALBrRT DODGE.


CHARLES PRATT.


Dodge & Pratt,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
'Nov. 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
MfcKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
Nov. 1, S45. Apalachicola, Florida.,
V. B. Wood & Co.,
'GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
'Nov. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
Thios. L. LMitcheli,
,RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,
Nov. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


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


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


H. R. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
sept2 ly Apalachicola.


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


Mylyers & HIitchel,
,COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36 Water-street,


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


Nov 15. Apalachicola, Fa.
ALVA WYLIE WM. A. McKE;ZIE.
Wylie a& McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Michael A. Myers,
,AUCTIONEEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. .36, Water street,
'Nov. 1j'1845. A.alachicola, Fla,


P. W. CULLEN.


H. R. WOOD.


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,.


Canvassed Hams.
5 CASKS Canvassed Hams, for sale by
h5WOOD & CO,
March 7 ,32 Water-st.


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COMMERCIAL ADVETISER.
APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1846.
W- The following gentlemen are ;authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise.
ments:-
MESSRS. MASON & TUTTLE, 38 William Street,
New York.
DAVID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans.
WM. W. CuGEEyvR, Esq., Albany, Ga.
JAMES H. WILSON, Esq., Fort Gaines, Ca.
Major JACK HA'RDMAN-, Eu'faula, Ala.


Late irom tl
By the artival of
on Wednesday last
have the following
theatre of hostililie-
Mexican armies. q
ing the information
and was thrown on
at the mouth of I
steam schooner Flo
Isabel, bound for N
The Gregory, C
three days in mak'
Orleans, and these
we received by yest
On the 1st inst.
Army of Occupatio
on the Rio Grande
in the field work o
7th regiment of Inf
nies of Artillery,
Lend and Lieut.
manded by Major E
On the 2d the ar
Isabel-early on .th
heavy cannonade w
of Matamoras, whi
the day, and at lo
nigh t, -and during ti
Owing to the dil
with the fort, no in
at Head Quarters
the cannronade, u'nt
when a party sent
brought a despatcl
nouncmg the parti
of which follows .-
A~t 5 o'clock on
fire was opened n
the Mexican batted
with 7 guns. The
turned, and the bmt
in thirty minutes-t
supposed to be disn
The enemy then
the lower fort and
fire of shot and she
out damage to the
A deliberate fire
18 pounders upon
the town of Mataun
being respected.
The fire of the
out cessation unt
was temporarily
menced and conti
o'clock at night.
Although it is
1500 shots were fi
this period, but o
American side-a
7th infantry, being
guns was dismou
fire was for soene
18 pounder batter
r struck the embras
At 5 o'clock on
the fire was resua
ued for 12 or 15 sl
vals during the da
The amount of
Smy, beyond silence
' yet be correctly kn
Late FFro
SEVENTY MEN
a LARGE FO0
The schr. Mar
from Brazos San
r29th ult. Capt.
s and passengers, r
- with 75 men ofI
nearly all killed
'28th ult about 20
a by a superior fl
s amounting to som
Captaiin Walke
e Point Isabel at 4
with three men o1
e plied to Major T!
- announced his de
t Gen. Taylor's ca
his object being
particulars of this
' his commanding

DESTRUCTIVE
d roused yesterday
h by the cry of fil
have commencedf


upper story of it
longing to Mr.I
e occupied by Mr.
h this building theft
-Mrs. Reid's Hot(
which was occu[;
'ing to building to
's A. McBr~yd]. atI
,e Perry Streets.I
is tions of the me
Ladder Company
the fire was ehec
ir store was saved, tI
e The buildings df-,


-tFrom the N. Y. Coin. Advertiser, May 5.]
Eiglt Days Later.
THlE STEAMT SHIP CAMBRIA ASHORE.
By the New HLaven boat -which arrived
half-past 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, eight
,days later intelligence from England was
received in this city.
Another bit of bad luck has tumbled
-upon one of the Cunard steamers. The
Cambria has gone ashore in the neighbor-
hood of Cape Cod. The following account
of the disaster im taken from the books at
the Ecehange in Boston:-,
"Ou Saturday night, about 20 minutes
before 12 o'clock, the weather being foggy,
:and the boat running at half speed, just as
she was about being stopped for the pur-
pose of sounding. she touched slightly on
the bottom. The engines were immedia-te-
ly reversed, but she remained hard and 'ast,
An anchor and stern cable were then car-
ried out, but after heavinr^ on it the anchor
came home. She then canted broadside
to the beach. It was then discovered by
communication with the shore that she was
aground on the beach, offTruro, abo-it five
,miles South of the Highland light, Cape
'Cod, and was heading South. There was
considerable swell on, although fortunately
it was entirely calm. Our anchors were
carried out and every effort made to heave
her off. At the latest accounts she remain-
ed perfectly tight."
As soon as the tidings reached Boston ar-
rangements Were made for sending assis-
tarrce; the steam towboat Robert B. Forbes
and the steamboat Gener,l Lincoln put off
on Sunday evening, wilh a strong force of
men, and an express was sent to Hinghamr
with directions for the steamboat Mayflow-
erto put off also.
'The latest intelligence from the Cambria
"received at Boston, was to 11 o'clock o
Sunday morning. All the passengers had
been safely landed. The ship lay broad
sidle to the shore, heading West, not leak
ing and apparently not strained in the least
Nine of the passengers arrived at Bostor
yesterday morning, having got to shore by
wading through the suff. They reported
,1hat the ship wanted only two feet more
,water to float, and as she had 20.0 tons ol
-coal on board, it was thought she could be
sufficiently lightened by pitching this ovei
to the eels and mossbunkers..
The editor of the Boston Mereantile Jour
nal, who has passed considerable of his life
on blue water, and "knows the soundings,'
makes this remark concerning the ship',;
position:-
It is all important that no time should be
lost in adopting whatever measures may be
,deemed necessary to get the ship afloat.-
There is always more or less swell on the
back of Cape Cod, which rapidly throw
up. a bank of sand around the hull of'at?
vessel that may be,ashore. It is therefore(
seldoen the case that a vessel is got off
when ashore on that part of the coast, unles
proper measures are adopted in the atos
expeditious mariner.
The mails and baggage had not been lan
ded at last advices. A large number of pas
sengers were at Wellfleet, ready to take pas
-sage in a schooner for Boston.
Of the news brought by the Cambria w,
have unfortunately, but a very meagre spe
cimen. It appears that two of the passen
gers, Geo. B. Blake, Esq., of Boston an(
Capt. Chester, managed to effect a landing;
at daylight on Sunday morning, and mad
their way with all speed to Boston, takin,
with them only a single paper, the Liver
p,10l European Times of April 19; anod al
the intelligence we have is furnished by t'h
extracts from this paper, which appeal it
all the Boston papers, as follows :-
An advance has taken place in the pric
of cotton-and the corn market had tn
with a slight improvement. Money was
scarce commodity.
Parliament re-assembled on the 17th. an
the Irish coercion bill was under discussion
.Much complaint was made'against minis
.ters for pressing thifs unpopular measure.-
It was impossible to tell when the tariff bi
would be again before the Commons.
Speculation was still rife as to the fate
the eorn law bill in the House of Lords.-
"Vilmer and Smith state that it was eonjec
lured that there would be a vote of tw,
thirds in favor of it iu that House, but th;
int committee, (where proxies cannot be use,
it might be thrown out.
Thie Oregon question and the basis of
compromise have been freely discussed h
the British press. The London Time
which has shown itself to be the organ
the Hudson's Bay Company, on the l8l
contained an article which excited considi
rable attention. It does not object to tl:
49th parallel as a basis for a compromise-
but claims additional advantages of an in
portant character. The Times says :
"We intimated an opinion, some tin'
ago, that the 49th parallel ought cony,


niently to serve as the basis of an arrangE
ment; but it is clear that such a propos
*must be accompanied with more extensive
,conditions than those heretofore annexed
it by the Americans. It must leave Vai
.couver't Island, the naviga-tio-i and harbc
of the Straits of Fuca, the free use of tl
;Columbia and its Northern branches don
to the-sea, and an indemnity or compensi
lion to the Hudson's Bay Company for t l
posts they would be called upon to surrer
tier. We do not pretend to point out a
the stipulations which it would be the pa
of a prudent and just policy to require as a
,equivalent for a concession so much belo
our original claims, and, as we firmly b(
lieve, our just rights. But the cession
the vacant soil might be politic and endure;
ble, provided the private rights already lon
acquired and enjoyed by British subject
were duly respected; and they must, b(
yond all question, be protected by the ult
matum of England.
Between these two proposals lies tl
-question of peace or war-narrowed as these
"ntitroversies always are to a small issue
but, nevertheless, broad enough to swallo
UPt the peace of the world. The moderal
members of the Senate make 4he 49th para
.Iel thfor-'"fighting line." President Pol
is evidently moreinclined to lean t9 the sid
of resistance than of concession; and o
our side we can'really discover no motive(
reason or argument to justify us in any fu
their departure from the position assume
,long ago by the British Government, an
.confirmed by the emphatic declarations
the ministers of the crown."
The two following letters are published
,as the close of the correspondence on th


Oregon question, as printed by order of
Parlament :
The Earl of dberdeen to Mr. Pakeniam\
FOREIGN OFFICE, MMarch 3, 1846.
SIR-I have much satisfaction in convey-
ing to you the entire approval of Her Ma-
jesty's government of the-steps, which is
reported in your despatch of the 29th of
January, you took, and of the letter which
you addressed to the American Secretary
of State, for the purpose of ascertaining
clearly and authoratively whether the Uni-
ted States Government would be disposed to
admit the application of the principle of an
arbitration in the Oregon question on any
otherr terms than those which they had at-
ready rejected.
In thus acting, you have, in the most ju-
dicious and satisfactory manner, anticipated
the instructions which I was preparing to
forward you on this subject.
We have now nothing to do but to await
Mr. Buchanan's reply to your appeal to
him, although I collect from your despatch
that your proposal will certainly be refused.
Should that reply, however, be of such a
nature to give ground of hope that the mat-
ter in dispute may be brought .to an amica-
ble issue by means of direct negotiation, I
shall gladly avail myself of such an open-
ing. If not, it will then be for her Majesty's
Government to consider what measures it
may be expedient to adopt, in order to me-et
any emergency which may arise. I am, &c.
_ (Signed) ABERDEEN.

s The Earl of Aberdeen to Mr. Pakenham.
f FOREIGN OFFICE, March 3, 6 P. M., 1846.
SIR:-Since my preceding despatch of
this day's date was written, 1 have received
your despatch of the 5th of February,, with
its enclosure, by which you put me in pos-
C session of the final iejeclion by the United
] States Government of our proposrl of a re-
ference of the Oregon question to arbitra-
. (ion.
There is, of course, no time before the
n departure of the mail of this evening, for
y the consideration of so serious a question as
d that which is involved in the President's de-
e vision, as now announced. lam, &c.
f signedd) ABERDEEN.
e The accounts carried out by the Hiber-
r nia, from this port, the 1st of April, exci-
ted a good deal of attention. The message
- o~f Mr. Polk was not considered warlike -
6 indeed some of the public writers profess tc
' see the best guarantee for the continuance
s of peace i~n the expense cto which the Uni-
ted States will be put 'by arming for the
e conflict. The speech of Mr. Webster, in
e favor of the 49th degree, had been much
- noticed and freely commented on.
The printing establishment of Stevensor
s & Co., Edinburg, which was also that ol
y the University, has been destroyed by fire
e The loss is immense, as the establishment
r, was celebrated for its characters of all the
s Asiatict tongues, particularly the Chinese
, Trade in the manufacturing districts had
slightly improved, but prices were without
change.
There had been heavy floods in England
causing some damage.
The old established firm of Latham &
e Co., Bankers, of Dover, had failed. Lia.
abilities X100,000.
LONDON MONEY MARKET, APRIL 18.-
d There has not been any very material
a change in the money market since the sail
e ing of the Great Western. The bill bro
kers maintain the rates of discount at front
g 31 to 4 per cent. very successfully. Thern
II is no change in the bank rate. To-day thE
e business is very limited, and prices closed
In as follows. Bank stock 205 to 206, 3 pe
per cents, reduced 941 to J-5i per cents
g reduced 76J to --long annuities 10 1-16-
et India Bonds 30 prm-Exchequer bills 20
a to 24s prm, and consols 95., for money
and 96 to J for the account. In the foreign
d funds there has been no material change
n. the business in all cases being exceedingly
s- limited.

THE REV. DR. LOVICK PIERCE.
The Methodist community in this citI
of have been favored during the past wee
_with the pulpit labors of this able and emi
nent divine. Public religious service wa
-held twice a day in Trinity Church, and
U-tvery gracious influence rested on the con
d) gregations. On Sunday, Dr. PIERCE preach
'ed three sermons in different Methodis,
churches in the city, in behalf of the Ameri
ycau Bible Society,' of which he is Ageni
"and took up very respectable collections
s, the closeof each sermon. These diseourset
h in connection with the others delivered b
e-him, will be gratefully remembered as es
exhibitions of divine truth, presented in a,
__pects at once original and strikingly inr
pressive. His preaching .is eminently sug
n-gestive: it furnishes food for reflection, an
puts the mind upon many a fresh track t
ae thought. Ever and again, in the course
e-e a sermon, when an able argument is abet
i being closed or a principal pushed to i


ve practical and immediate application, or
fitting occasion comes up for the scathin
power of rebuke, there will be witness
one of those flashes of-burning though
or which rush over an audience with the Ye
li sisiless sweep of an electrical current.-
a- Eye, hin'd, and voice, second with admnin
he ble effect the outgushings of the fervet
n- soul within, and you have a specimen c
11, eloquence in its highest mood; and genii
, of the first order annointed from heave
an and consecrated to the service of God an
)w the good of men, stands before you. DU
e- ring the preaching of the Doctor's last set
of men. a most estimable lady in the congreg;
tion was brought to a personal and happ
knowledge of the forgiveness of'sins, throng
t 11ith in Jesus Christ,-the preacher's themr
e- being God's love for the world evinced i
the gift of his son. May it please a gracious
Providence to spare this venerable and em
nent man still many years to the Church.
Lse [So. Christian Advocate.

e; VIRGINIA ELECTIONs.-The Whigs thu
w far have gained thirteen Delegates, and lo:
te five. If there be no further changes, th
I- Loco Foco majority on joint ballot, will b:
Ik 20; last year it was 36! This, we presume
le is what Mr. Ritchie means by Mr. Polk
)n rolling stoues up the Rocky Mountains!
of [Savannah Republican.
r-
,d COTTON.-In consequence of the lal
Ad and cold Spring, eaxly planted cotton i
of South Alabama did not generally come ur
and planters have been forced to plough u
5d and replant very extensivelyy.
ie [Huntsville (Ala.) Advocate,


THE STEAMER PEYTONA" arrived here
o.n Monday evening last, at about 8 o'clock,
from Columbtas, bound for Pittsburg, Pa.
She had many passengers, anrd among them
were some young and gallant spirits, en
their way to join the American Army on the
Rio Grande. The "Peytona" lay here
until about 5 o'clock on Tuesday evening,
when she unfastened her moorings, bid us
one long farewell through her steam-pipe,
and-with three cheers from our citizens
who had assembled on the wharf to hid
friends "1good-by "and witness her depar-
ture-put galantly out for the Gulf. There
were thirty or 'forty passengers on board,
bound for the North and West-!-some to
seek permanent homes, some in search of
pleasure, and others to encounter the hard-
ships and perils of war. May good fortune
attend them all-particularly the ladies and
the soldiers.
Capt. GREER, assured us that the "Pey-
tona" was only going on a pleasure cruize,
and would return in the fall, to attend to
business, and walk through the "Race
Paths" as heretofore.
On Wednesday evening last, we had the
pleasure of taking a short excursion on the
new, light-draught, stern-wheel, steamboat
Flint, recently built at Albany, Ga., and
owned by our fellow-citizen, WILLIAM S.
DAMEREL. The distance run by the Flint
was four miles, up the river, against tide
and current, which she made in about an
hour. On this occasion her machinery was
put together hastily and somewhat loosely,
for the purpose of ascertaining how she
would perform. It is supposed that when
her machinery is arranged more carefully
and just as it should be, her speed will be
accelerated some minutes in the hour.
The length of the Flint is 83 feet; breadth
of beam 16 feet, and her power is about 11
horse, which we fear will be insufficient to
put her through the strong cur-rents of the
Chattahoochee and Flint rivers. It is to be
regretted that her owner did not secure
greater power, which would have placed his
undertaking beyond the contingency of a
failure. Mr. Damerel has the universal
good wishes of our citizens for the success
of his enterprise, and he certainly deserves
great creditfbt his efforts to place upon our
rivers a boat capable of navigating them at
all seasons Of the year. Such a craft has
long been needed on our waters, and its
absence severely felt by our citizens.-
Should the Flint, upon trial, prove insuffi-
cient for the purposes for which she is
designed, her owner will no doubt procure
an engine having power enough to propel
her against any current; and we hope he
may receive such parronage as will secure
him a return of the capital invested, with a
handsome profit above.
We must not fail to notice the good cheer
furnished the passengers of the boat on this
her trial-trip. As she bore her course on-
. ward with the dun waters flowing beneath
3 there was a flow of fluid above of quite a
a different color, and though the stream was
not so broad, its power was much greater
L A spirited interest was manifested by some
- in the success of the craft, but from the
t counteracting influence of the very excel.
lent ice-water aboard, feverish excitemen
y was not attained, we believe, by any.
The Flint left here to-day, for Danville
" on the Flint river, under command of Capt
"GAGE.

df ff The Hen. He-nry Clay. has reached(
Shis home near Lexington, (Ky.) in health!
fand spirits.
s In givinff the above paragraph, the Phila
a delphia U.. S. Gazette, says: "May th,
g venerable statesman continue to enjoy health
dand happiness in that centre of his home.-
s.Every place in this Union, every fireside
_ nay, every hearth, and every heart that i
- warm, is the home of Henry Clay. A hem,
t to which his services as a patriot, and hi
,worth as a man, make him welcome.-
n Wherever he is, is safety, is power--re
d knowledge is power; and while we rejoic,
" that he has returned to Ashland, we mot
."rejoice that wherever he has been, am


y wherever he may go, in the. wide range o
h our country, he will be met with the sinil
e of welcome., the true affection due to sacri
n ficing patriotism."
s
M. E. CHuRcH, SouTH.-The first genera
Conference of the Methodist Episcopa
Church commenced its session in the towt
s of Petersburg, Va., on Friday, May 1st. A
e very large number of ministers were in at
e tendance. Bishop Soule was present, bu
, as he does not geographically belong to th
s Church South, and as Bishop Andrew wa
absent, Mr. Early was appointed Presiden
.pro tern.
e
a C7- The Jews of Frankfort have mad
' an appeal to all their brethren in Europe o
the subject of establishing a Jewish colon
in America.


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he Seat of War. [For the Cottimeirdihl Advertiser. pri
the schr. D. S. Gregory, MR. EDITOR:- the
t, from New-Orleans, we In offering, for the consideration of the public, "-v
inorao ro th my previous remarks on the evils o4 btt" humni, it
Sbetwen t t cipal government, I carefully abstained from tll pre
Between the U. S. and political acrimony, and more particularly fromf .i
The document contain- all rude personalities. The subject was consi in
i is in manuscript form, dered one on which all partizan feeling ought to spa
board the Gregory just be permitted to subside, and on which, in corn- of
the Mississippi, by the prison with the welfare of a whole community, tbh
orida, direct from Point individual importance sunk into insignificance, to
New-Orleans. while it was expected that men of character, Of
7apt. Young., was only whatever their political predilections, or personal Tl
*ing the trip from New- prejudices, would unite in the effort to remedy ou
accounts are later than the defects in our charter, and to establish purity ,tit
terday's mail. in its administration. It is true I was forewarned aim
e main b that there were some persons in the community w<
the main body of he whose interests would be so seriously affected by is
)n marched from its eamp any attempt at reform, that they would certainly bu
e, leaving as a garison oppose it. It was to be expected that if honor-
opposite Matamoras the able members of the City Council had grown rich go
ffantry, and two compa- by speculating on the toil and sweat of the hum- cil
comnmanded by Capt, ble laborer of, or petty contractor with the corpo- th
Bragg, -the whole coWn- ration, they would be displeased at the attempt ha
Brown 7th Infantry. to cut off such a source of lucre. As the mem- Wl
rmy encamped at Point bers of our Council have no regular pay for their Ea
ie morning of the 3d a services, and are but indifferently compensated by ve
vas heard in the directions their honors, they must naturally deem as high th
ich was continued during wounding nonsense" any complaint against their ra
hwcdding offices. taking contracts, or receiving pay th
ng intervals through the for superintending jobs. The man who has long ef
the day of the fourth been accustomed to preside, like a satrap or pro- pr
fficulty of communication consul, over adomain, however Lillipution, and, ct
ntelligente was received under the guise of a specious but false 2eal for ju
respecting ,ihe result of the common, welfare, to make it instrumental to bi
t0l themorning of the 5lh, his personal aggrandizement, will ,be expected to in
forward to communicate, manifest a hostile resistance to any attempt to p(
h front Maj. Brown, an- cleck his vawity, or avarice, by abridging his lie
iculars, a brief statement power or emoluments. Besides, in every assem- an
Mbage of individuals composing a community, it fo
the morning of the 3d a was known Ihere must be a few, whose minds s\
ipun the fort from one of are so Unfortunately constituted that they are in-
5rie nd was o ntinuedcapable of discriminating between right and an
series, and was continued wrong; while, it is more to be deplored, there un
e fire was immediately re- w be some who understand the right but pre- o\
ttery silenced by our guns fer the wrong. Thae chances are equal that the p,
two of the enemy's guns former class may, while the latter wilt, as a mat- la
mounted, terof course, oppose any attempt at reform-
n commenced firing from whether moral or municipal.
mortar battery. A brisk But while it was foreseen that afny attempt to
ells was kept up, but with- pint out our municipal evils must rouse passions 'n
- fort or garrison, and affect interests that would inevitably excite tl
e was now kept up by our opposition, the manner in which it has been con- te
i the enemy's guns and ducted has justly excited surprise. The occasion fi
noras-the Consulate flaa did not call for the elegance of the scholar, and
the reasoning of the logician might well be dis-
pensed with, but a little of the decency of the 1h
enemy was kept up with- gentleman was necessary to insure some degree p
il 7i o'clock. At 10 it of tolerance to even the crudest balderdash of an c
suspended, but recom- opponent. Your correspondent "A Citizen," -
nued at intervals until 12 manifests such an utter want of intelligence, t
blends so obviously malevolence with a deficiency s
believed that some 12 to of sense and courtesy, that it would be unneces- R
red by the enemy during sary, under ordinary circumstances, to hold him a
one life was lost on the up to public derision or contempt. It may, in- a
seargent of B Company, deed, be said his too apparent imbecility ought
g illed ot oe f o to claim indulgence even from those he attempts c
g killed. Not One of our 0
ned, though the enemy o injure; and, so long as his holly was no more i
nted thughtheeney'soffensive than folly usually is--so long as it was le
time concentrated on the neither spiteful nor mischievous-he had a right v
y, and the shot frequently to claim the immunity due to the afflicted. But, t
5ure. since the infirmity of his character has fully de-
the morning of the 4th yeloped itself-since it is found that indisposition c
led by the enemy, contin- to return contumelious language is mistaken for
hots, and kept up at inter- want of power to retort, and indulgence incites ]
qy, but without effect, to increased offensiveness-it is right that a pub- 0
damage done to the ene- lie notice should be stuck up forewarning the i
cing of his battery cannot wayfarer of the nature of the nuisance, tI
Down. I must confess that, in the communications of c
your correspondent, the provocation, although no w
hm]k The Army. doubt intended to be very severe, is so exceed- 5
CUT TO PIECES BY A ingly slight--the language is so deficient in sense, I
RCE OF MEXICANS. and so utterly devoid of vigor or point-that I
ry Clare has just arrived read them without perceiving any application,
ktiago, having left on the ti- some good nature common friends assured.
Griffin of the Mary C., me the ha it frmte highest authority, some-
reotthtap.Wle^ n ^r, thn was- mentb them It i apparent
nd taken prisoners on the that thesimple but pompous scribbler who is put
t miles above Point Isabel, forth, by the more sagacious members of the
irce of Mexican troops, Council, to indite the vulgarity and abuse which
ne 1500 men. teems in the communications in question, is too
er succeeded in reaching contemptible, as a writer, for a moment's notice;
o'clock P. M., on the 28th, an i. should, under common circumstances, no
nly/ He immediately ap- ^^ ^ ^ ^^^ptit

et rmna i n o proceed to ri maole sentences, than I would voluntarily re -
.mp, or die in the attempt! pose in the slough and garbage of a gutter. Yet
to communicate the full there are circumstances attending the communi-
s attack, without delay to cations that render it almost impossible to avoid
officer, being provoked into a notice of them. The ar-
[N. 0. Comn. Times. ticles are read with approbation, and circulated
FIRE.-Our citizens were by some who claim to possess the power of dis-
morninig, about 3 o'clock, cerning the difference between sense and lolly,
re. The fire appeared to while they pretend to a moral rectitude above
}1 in the back part of the patronising witless slander. They have been


he building formerly be- quoted to our ears, by men wh& would wish to
Philip Rodgers, and then be regarded for their respectabity, as evidences
r. Hugh Farrier. From of the purity of the municipal government, and
fire was communicated to ohe errors which Ihave fallen into insupposing
tel. the lower story only of .o whc h
fied, and so on from build- it impure; and, sometimes, in spite of the "cru-
the store occupied by Dr. cified English" in which they are written, they
the corner of Market and arecited for the elegance of their diction. It is
Here, by the active exer- not, then, wholly unnecessary, nor does it involve
embers of the Hook and absolute disregard of self-respect, to show the
y, aided by other citizens, people, interested in the defence of our City
:ked, and Hanriek's corner
though three times onirne. Council, the character of the writer who has im-

Sstroyed were nine. posed himself upon them, or has been nominated,
as the organ of their sentiments-as the medium
Owned. Occupied. through which they are to make public their
ew'York. Mr. H. Farrier. hopes, wishes or fears.
s. Reid. 4" Fairchilds.
Mr. Roberts. But to treat the matter more gravely and argu-
Harraford. mentatively, is if not due to the public that a
r. Ames. writer so uneducated-so devoid of moderation
"6 R. Donnell. anrd benevolence-should be exposed and pun-
r & Coxe. Harwell. ished for his presumption in undertaking to de-
Bank. Dr. McBryde. fend so respectable a body- of men as our City
tery (Ala.) Adv. ,Uay 1. Council ? Personalities in argument are the re-
3COTT'S REBUKE OF INGER- sort, as they are the evidence, of ignorance, vul-
EY.-A letter from Wash- garity and imbecility; and though, in my present
course, I know I am subjecting myself to the
S b S charge of being directed and influenced by these
three of his political friends vices and infirmities, yet the conduct of my op-

o have stepped forward to ponent convinces me, they are the only weapons
character of Daniel Web- his understanding will admit of my applying sue.
Mr. Dickinson, of the Sen- cessfully to a defence from his assaults. Ought
Ingersoll and Yancey of a writer who has shown himself incapable of
using any other argument than rude personal al-
lebt of France amounts to lusions to be tolerated as the defender of the con-
ncs, or about X333,000,000 duct of the public servants of any community?
A Citizen is manifestly aut foster aut ca-


a


irtiulgus," which, (as he may not undeiisiad
e Maragna language) being interpreted, meand
wise as a serpent, gentle as a dove-;" but would
not be better for tho Council, to do as their
edecepsors of eight years ago did, under very
bailar circumstances--that is, gWt some laborer
their employment-some wielder of the hod or
ade by day, and of the pen by night-possessed
native wit and sense, of whom I make no doubt
ey could readily find several-and if they wish
prevent reform of the charter or investigation
their conduct, entrust the matter to him ?
his plan the present writer acknowledges, with-
at feeling ashamed of the fact, drove him, at thh
me referred to, from the attempt he is noW
ring at; and, acted "n with equal talent,
would do so again. But their present champion
an opponent whom he may not hereafter notice,
t to whom he cannot surrender.
After all, opposition to reform of our municipal
vernment, whether from members of the Coun-
l, their friends, or the few perverse persons in,
e community who advocate wrong, will be
armless, when arrayed against the number"
rho are oppressed by the false system, or whof
ave been disappointed, embarrassed or impt-;
erished, by the necessity this system has placed
hem murder, of selling claims against the corpo-
afion, at an enormous discount, to members of
he Council, All such opponents will find, in
very attempt 1hey may make, that-the Eastern
roverb, God has given short tusks to the mis-
hievous elephant,".is a true one. When the in-
tred, the bonest and the intelligent many com-
ine their energies in the work of retbrm, the
interested, the ignorant and vicious few will op-
iose it in vain. It is only necessary to call pub ]
c attention to the subject in a proper manner;
nd when that is done there is not myech ground
or fear that measures for the public grod will ba
speedily triumphant.
If circumstances do not prevent my offering'
mother article to the public through your col--
runs, I will endeavor to show the absurdity in
ur City Charter of denying to the Mayor, the,
ower of a coordinate branch of the 04y Legis--
ature. TAXATUS.
2,
(Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.]
WASHINGTON, May 6.
The argument, in the Benton and Tho--
has libel case, upon a motion to postpone
he trial for the purpose of obtaining the"
testimony of Mrs. Linn, the widow of the
ate Dr. Linn, was yesterday brought to a
lose. The Court decided against the"
prayer of defendant's Counsel.
Gen. Jones then prayed the Court to al-
ow a reasonable time to the defendant to
prepare an affidavit showing cause for a
continuance of the trial till another term.
To this the Court assented. Mr. Fendall
hen renewed his motion to the Court to is-
ue an attachment against the Hon. Mr.
Relfe, of Missouri, to compel his attend-
nce as a witness.
Mr. Relfe is a brother of Mrs. Linn, and
a member of the House.
Mr. Crittenden contended that a member
of Congress was bound to attend as a wit-
ness, and attachable for non-attendance, un-
ess it could be shown that his attendance
would be detrimental to the public service,
and conflict with his duties as a representa-
ive of the people.
The Court has not yet decided this
question.
The notice, it appears, was dispatched to
England, by a special messenger, on the first
of May. It was sent to Mr. M'Lane with
nstrnctions to communicate it without de-
ay-together with the joint resolution au-
thorizing the President to give it at his dis-
cretion. Of course if the joint occupancy
wil.i be terminated about the 15th of next
May, and long prior to that tine, it is to be
hoped that the question'will be settled.
A letter from New York says:-
"There is a class of politicians in this
city, having facilities to'obtain information
in regard lo our foreign affairs, who believe
that such communications between Mr.
M'Lane, our Minister to England, and Lold.
Aberdeen, or some other members of the
British Government, have taken place, as
substantially settles all pending difficulties."
The same thing was believed here, for a
while, hbut has little credit now. The terms
of no such settlement have been communi-
cated to (his Government.
The investigation in the Webster and In-
gersoll case, will begin to-day by the exam-
ination of officers of the State department.
51r. Webster will not be here till Monday
next. On Friday, he is to be entertained
by his friends in Philadelphia.
A select Committee has been ordered by
the House, on the. subject of the Marine
Corps-its organization, employment, the
pay drawn by the commandant. &c.
Eighteen thousand bids were made for
the contracts for transporting thh mail in
the Western States. The Southern and


Western contracts will be made this year,
at a saving of 30 or 40 per cent.
The department will soon be able to pay
its own expenses, even wtihout an alteration t
of the rates of postage. Mr. Hopkins will,
report a Bill increasing the rates; and also
a Bill to regulate by law the pay of Post-
masters. (
The Post Office appropriation| Bill is now
before the House, and is warm discussed.
Mr. Rathbun said, in the debate, the only
mistake made by Congress in fasting the
cheap postage law, was in adoring the tea
cent rate of postage. There should have
been no rate above five cents. If we would
now take one step down to the minimum
rate, it would remove all the evil that was
complained of in the operation Bill. Be-
fore the experiment was half made, it was
now attempred to embarrass it and break,
it up.
The Committee adopted the amendment,
of Mr. M'Kay, appropriating $25,000 for
the line of mail steamers from New York
to Bremen-thus confirming, to this extent,
the Post office contract. TheBill is still in.
Committee.
The Senate was engaged in an animated*
debate on the Bill to provide for the adjust-
ment of suspended preemption land claims.

CHEAP TRAVELLING.-The New York
Mirror has the following paragraph :
INorth River Travelling.-The competi-
tion is so great on this route, that 12A cents
is now all that is demanded by some of theb
lines, as the fare to Albany, and it is expec-
ted, that before a great while, passengers
will be taken for nothing, meals included !







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For Liverpool,
THE first class Am. ship HUROJ.
ytt Weeks, master, having three-fourths of
her cargo engaged, will. have dispatch
tor the above poit. For freight, apply to
March 21 J. DAY & Co.
For LiVerpool.
THE superior Br. bark CU.MBE.R,
~lJLAND, Powersi master, will have dis-
S .gatch. For freight, apply to
M-frrh "21 J. DAY & Co.
For New York.
THE fast sailing packet brig .O-
Ag RELA, Conway, master, will have .im-
A S nediate dispatch. For freight or pas-
sue, leaving splendid accommodations, apply to
the master, or to
May 9 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
For New York.
j THE fine fast sailing coppered and
^^^ copper fastened bark Z. RIJVG., Lirer-
a more, master, will have despatch for the
above port. For freight or passage, haWing very
superior accommodations, apply to
May 2 WM. G. PORTER & Co.

For New York.
^^ THE new packet bark Md.IGDJt-ij
^ Dodge, meter. Far freight or passage.
t having superior accommodations, apply
to [May 2] DODGE & PRATT.
For Boston.
,.. THE fine brig PLELADES, Carter,
^^g~master, will meet with dispatch. For
.=i l passage only, apply to
May 9. D. B. WOOD & Co.
For Sale.
THE subscriber offers -for sale the
!l^schooner .PLJAVET." She carries
tour hunred barrels under -deck, and is
sold for no fault, only that she is too small for his
business. If" she is not sold at private sale before
Saturday the 16th inst., she will then be offered
for sale at auction. Apply to B. Ellison & Co,
or to -JAMES GRIERSON.
May 9,.1846. 19-1t*
Athi fneum,
N OTICE is hereby given, that having dis-
charged John Adams froth my employ, all,
debts due the "- lhaveum," must be paid to me,
no other person having any authority to collect
the same ; and all contracts made in reference to
furnishing supplies for the said house, or in any
matter in relation thereto, must be made with
the subscriber in person.
The above establishment will in future be kept
open by the undersigned, and he solicits a shares
of the public patronage.
JOSEPH SCHROTD.
Apalachicola, April 25, 1846.
0*- Mr. ROBERT SHAW is authorised to collect,
all debts due the Athenewm." J. S.


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Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.


C'opurtnershi'p,
THE subscribers respectfully iffform their
friends and the public that they have: taken-
into partnership Mr. EUGEsE W. ROGERS.
CHARLES 'ROGERS & Co.
April 7, M186.


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JUST received, a few cases of:fashionable white
Hats, on consignment, for sale wholesale or
retail, by MILLER &-iCo.
May 2 47 Water street.
Notice.
CASH wanted for sundry accounts of long
standing. All persons interested will take
due notice' and govern themselves accordingly, or
I will--dullthem personally.
March 28 PETER HOBART.


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PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Agnes-Dr Lang, Capt Blair; Messr
Salmond, W L Scurlock, Wm Gray.
Per steamer Peytona-Mrs J B Reeves, Mrs
Spencer, Mrs Sherwood, Mrs Hall; Capt Cad-
wallader and Lady; Dr A B Pope, Lady and 4
children; Thomas S Carr, Lady and servant; W
A McKenzie and Lady; Rev Mr Gay and Lady;
Col H R Wood'and servant; Col A G Semrnest
Capt Allen; Dr Spencer; Messrs Wm H Kim-
brough, Newell, W G M Davis, Thos Orman-
James H Davis, R J Moses, W B Barrow, A T
Bennett, E Reed, J" H Hill, A Gambnill, C W
Jones, A G Smith, C B Wood, Eichelberger, D
Day, D Green, Wm Sherwood, John Appling,
James McCabe, S Ramsay, S S Solomons; Maa-
ter L Reeves.
Per steamer Charleston-Messrs Davis, Garrardj
and Bummy Burton.
Per steamer Emily-Mrs Stow, Mrs Starr)
Messrs Stone, Stow, Averett, Battle, Johtwon,
Stout, Perry and Hansing.
Per steamer Agnes--Mr McCall, Lady and
servant- Mr Crowsin and lady; Rev Mr Bakeri
and N Hawley.
Per steamer Peytona. for New Orleans and
Pittt-burg-Mrs J B Reeves, Mrs Sherwood, Miss
Jones, Miss Hayden, Miss Maclay, Capt Cad-
wallader and Lady; Dr A B Pope, Lady and 4
children; Mr Thomas S Carr and lady, Capt
Rynear, Capt Sharpiess. Capt-Hayden; Miksrm W
B Barrow, E Reed, Casper W Jones, Arthur
Gambrill, Wm Sherwood, James McCabe, Clem
Davis, A G Smith, John Sealy, Clinton Judd,
John Adams; Master L Reeves,
Per brig Tybee for Picovidence-Rev Mr Dick-
inson, Mr D Russell.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Agnes-9 bales cotton to A N
McKay; 1 boX tobacco to Wm G Portef & Co;
15 sacks corn to A G Semmes.
Per steamer Peytona--802 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson & Co; 43 to Lockhart & Young; 8 to A
N McKay; 6 to Wylie & McKenzie; 2 to order.
Per steamer Charleston-345 bales cotton to
Howard & Rutherford. 222 to A N McKay; 152
to John C Maclay: 109 to McKay U Hartshorne;
11 to Lockhart & Young
Per steamer Emily-2-16 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson 6& Co; 220 to Lockhart i Young; 218 to
Harper & Holmes; 124 to A N McKay; 41 to J
W Perry; 32 to Wm G Porter & Co; 64 to John
C Maclay, 5S to Howard & Rutherford; 19 to
Dodge & Pratt; 9 to Wylie & McKenzie
Per steamer Agnes--18 bales cotton to Lockhart
& Young; 2 boxes tobacco to B S Hawley; 1 do
to Thos Preston) 37 sacks corn to D G Raney.

EXPORTS.
BOSTON-Per bark Tibeflus-1025 bales cot,
ton.
PROVIDENCE--Per big Tybee--f3 bales
cotton. .


[From the Floridian.]
ALLIGATOR, E. F., April 30, 1846.
COL. SIBLEY : My object in addressing
you through the columns of your very popu-
lar journal, is merely to direct the attention
of tl'ose who are in the habit of spending the
season of summer at watering places, to the
Lower Mineral Spring, in this county.
It is a beautiful reservoir of Sulphuric
Mineral Water, of remarkable depth and
transparency, led by a large and impetuous
stream springing forth from the left bank of
the River Suwanee, above low water mark.
Such is its peculiar configuration, that by
suspending a rope from one side to the other,
several persons may grasp it and float with
ravishing pleasure upon the bosom of its
buoyant aud limpid waters. It is situated
in a section of our State, the proverbial
characteristic of which has been health,
and a perfect exemption from disease of
every character.
The exhibition of the water internally,
with occasional external applications in the
manner of ablution or bathing, has effected
the subjugation of diseases of the most ob-
stinate chronicity, and which had previously
baffled some of the most distinguished med&
ical minds in the United States.
It has been truly gratifying to the hearts
of the numerous friends of this celebrated
watering place, when made acquainted with
the practical benefits which have been so
signally produced by the medicinal virtues
of this foundation of remedial talismanic
influence, hIs curative powers have been
triumphantly displayed in all cutaneous af-
fections, as well as enlargements and indu-
rations of a portion of the abdominal vis-
cera. Mercurial impregnations, of which
there are so many distressing instances in
the South, consequent upon the experi-
ments of accursed empiricism, may be thor-
oughly eradicated by the charming correc-
tive agency of the waters of this spring.
During the approaching season, which
commences in June, the arrangements under
the direction of the pleasant and accommo-
dating proprietor, D. T. TREZVANT, Esq.,
and his accomplished lady, 1 dare say. will
be in character with his present determina-
tion to render the situation of all who may
favor him with a visit, as agreeable and weil
pleased as possible. His residence is agree-
ably situ-iied upon the banks of the beauti-
ful Suwannee, over-looking the placid and
mirror-like surface of the waters of that
lovely stream. The umbrageous foliage of
the many beautiful trees that adorn the yard,
affording a rich canopy of green not unlike
Shenstone's. magnificent parterre, under
which to reppse and luxuriate at noon-day,
in spite of the rays of an almost tropical
sun. The four-footed inhabitants of the
contiguous forests are numerous, presenting
opportunities for rare and exciting chase to
the rural rambler and sportsman. The fin-
ny tribe abound in the crystal waters of the
river close by, presenting those aquatic at-
tractions which suit the peculiar gusto of
the patient fisherman. In short, nature in
one of her most pleasant moods', has made
ample contributions of every thing from
which to derive pleasure, happiness, and
ease, to soften the asperities of the mind,
and impart to it renewed vigor and useful-
ness. Those old red-faced mercurial look-
ing sinners, who have grown old in the prac-
tice of the principles of Epicurian philos-
ophy, that the pleasure of eating and drink-
ing are of more importance than the im-
mortality of the soul, may here give addi-
tional practical illustrations of their faith, by
the occasional knife and fork discussion of
the merits of a venison ham, rendered still
more palatable by the occasional libation of
a glass of porter or mint julep.
Permit me to remark, Colonel, with more
of seriousness than jocularity, that the re-
juvenescent principle dif the waters of the
Mineral Spring, is neither miraculous nor
altogether hypothetical, and therefore that
uninteresting class of personages denomina-
ted bachelors and old maids, may contem-
plate by its use a change of feeling and
temperament, not at all incompatible with
a disposition to effect the assumption of, a
delicate responsibility, which they may
have long earnestly desired, but owing to
certain intrinsic difficulties, have not been
able to effectuate.
In conclusion, 1 most cordially commend
Mr- Trezvant to the patronage of the citi-
zens of Middle Florida, and of the South
generally. J****.
PROBABLE EARLY ADJOURNMENT OF
CoNGRESs.--The National Intelligeneer of
Saturday says :
From what we have casually heard in
conversation, we think it quite possible that
the Tariff question, and some others, may
be suffered to lie over to another Sessoin,
and that the appropriation bills, &c., may
be passed in short order, so as to allow Con-
* gress to adjourn much earlier than they pos-
sibly can do, if the majority in Congress
should, as the government paper has inti-
mated that they positively wouhd, seriou-ly
endeavor now to pass a new Tariff bill.
The rumor to which we refer is, that it has


been determined, at a consultation of the
Democratic leaders in Congress, to make
the next Session begin in October instead
of December, and, as a consequence, to
terminate the present Session at some time
between the first of June and the first of
July.
GENERAL WORTH.-The N. Y. Courier
& Enquirer of Tuesd.iy, has a long article
on the question raised by Gen. Worth's re-
signation, which concludes with the follow-
ing statement.
As was to be expected from the charac-
ter of Gen. Worth, his resignation was ac-
f companies by a letter to the commanding
officer, (Gen. Taylor,) offering his services
in any station, rank or capacity which might
be assigned to him. He said further, that
his resignation was an act due to himself
' and to his brother officers of Brevet rank !
' but that he owed the country a higher duty;
and that his services therefore, in any ca-
f pacity,'were freely tendered."
The Courier & Enquirer expresses entire
" confidence that the resignation would not
s be accepted, and it is understood here that
e such is the fact, and that Gen. Worth has
s been ordered back to his command. The
s army can but poorly afford to dispense with
such an officer now, and his departure was
4 calculated to produce distrust and despon-
dency. We have heard that some unkind
feeling had sprung up between Gen. Tay-
4 lor and Gen. Worth, which might be sup-
6 posed to have had some influence on -the
4 conduct of the latter But an emergency..


has arisen whtcbhwill bury all such inferior
matters in oblivion and knit in one all brave
and loyal hearts for the salvation of the
army. Gen. Worth is not a man to mis-
under stand the duties of such an emer-
gency.-Charleston Mercury.
THE WHOLE OF OREGON.-At the late
St. George's dinner, in the City of New
York, Mr. Barclay, the British Consul, in
the course of his remarks, said,
46"All of Oregon is not worth half the loss
which the apprehension of war respecting

it has already produced. Were I not afraid
of becoming tedious, I might, from person-
al experience, give-you some idea of the
value or the valuelessness (if I might use
that word) of the country beyond Lake
Huron. [Go on.] Then you must pardon
the appearance of egotism. Gentlemen, it
was my honorable task, after five years of
exposed service, about the upper lakes and
above them, to superintend the establish-
ment of the now much-talked of 49th par-
allel of north latitude, at the Lake of the
Woods, in the year 1825, and there to erect
a monument, I tell you, as a fact, that for
the distance of one thousand miles before I
reached that point, though I visited nume-
rous posts and forts, as they are called, of
the fur-traders, between the months of May
and October, which are the most favorable
for vegetation, I never could obtain one sin-
gle vegitable-a potato, carrot, turnip, or
even a salad-to check the stringent thirst
which our salted meat produced, or to allay
the apprehension of scurvy. I leave it for
you to imagine what luxuries are to be ex-
pected by going further."

THE StUB-TREASURY.-The Warehouse
System.-The United States Gazette makes
the followingjust remarks on the subject of
relieving the country front the evils of the
Snb-Treasury by the establishment of the.
Warehousing System t
The members of Congress, and their
copartizans, who are pressing upon the peo-
pie the monstrous absurdity of the Sub-
Treasury Bill, claim much credit for their
remedial application of the warehousing
system. In our opinion, just in proportion
to the remedial operation of the latter, is the
censure for the former due to those parti-
sans. Why should the ingenuity of Con-
gress be taxed to apply a remedy to a non-
existing evil? Why should we be told that
the warehousing system greatly lessens the
evil operations of the Sub-Treasury? Why
not open the eyes of Congress to the
supreme folly of passing a law so obviously
bad, so injurious in all its operations, as to
require another law to mike it tolerable ?-
Why inflict the evil at all? Why create
the necessity for a remedy? Really we
feel about as much gratitude to Congress for
their remedial measure, as we should to a
young surgeon, for an exhibition of lancet
and cups for general and typical bleeding,
as a remedy for a blow which le had deter-
mined to bestow upon us. Doubtless
venesection would assist to prevent some of
the evils of bruising, and the warehousing
system will certainly obviate a portion of the
evils of the Sub-Treasury-but why bruise?
why make a Sub-Treasury ?"
THE GRAVEYARD.-The following, elo-
quent and beautiful extract is from "The
Village Graveyard" written by the Rev. Mr.
Greenwood, of Boston :
I never shun a graveyard ; the thought-
ful melancholly which it inspires is grateful
rather than disagreeable to me; it gives me
no pain to tread on the green roof of that
dark mansion, whose chambers I must oc-
cupy soon ; and I often wander from choice
to a place where there is neither solitude
nor society-something human is there;
but the folly, the bustle, the vanities, the
pretensions, the pride of humanity are gone,
men are there, but the passions are hushed
and their spirits are still, malevolence has
lost its power of harming, appetite is sated,
ambition lies low, and lost is cold ; anger
has done raving, all disputes aie ended, all
revehry is over, the fellest animosity is deep-
ly buried and the most dangerous sins are
safely confined by the thickly piled clods of
the valley; vice is dumb and powerless, and
virtue is waiting in silence for the trump of
the archangel, and the voice of'God.

City Council/Proceedi-gs.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, }
WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 13, '46.
Council met. Present, E. (C. Roberts, Mayor ;
Councilmnen, Messrs. Guyon, Rinatdi, Schiflier,
Green, Peck, Butt, Day and Hancock.
The minutes ot the last meeting were reia
and approved.
The Clerk reported the returns of the Harbor
Master and Marshal for the month of April last,
which were read and ordered on file
The Finance Committee reported having set-
tled the accounts of the Treasurer up to the 1st
April last, and found them correct, having can-
celled 1580 86 city liabilities, and burnt 3 city
scrip.
Mr. Guyon, from the Committee on the Fire
Department, reported the proposals received by
them for building an Engine House, which were


read by the Clerk, and thereupon Mr. Day oftbred
the following resolution, which was adopted:
Resolved, That the Committee on the Fire
Department be and they are hereby instructed to
contract for an Engine House, to be placed near
the foot of Cherry street, on such terms as they
may judge best for (he interest of the city.
Mr. Guyon moved, seconded by Mr. Rinaldi,
that the Clerk be instructed to renew Mr. Carri-
gan's dray license under the new law. Adopted.
He also moved, seconded by Mr. Butt, that the
Clerk issue a license to Mr. Schrold, in liew of'
the license paid for and issued to Mr. Adams, on
payment of his fee. Adopted.
Mr. Guyon moved, seconded by Mr; Peck, that
the election of a City Wharfinger, be postponed
till next meeting, and that the Clerk give notice
thereof.
Mr. Rinaldi, from the Special Committee, re-
ported in favor of' the passage of the ordinance,
entitled An ordinance in relation to slaves, &c.'
which was read by the Clerkand duly passed by
* its title.
Mr. Guyon presented a communication from
Messrs Semmes, Bennett, Griersoii, Darden and
Hawley, representing the inconvenience to which
they are subjected for want, of a street, open to
their property, and proposing to open a street in
front of their dwellings, from Mr. Darden's to
the promenade, and soliciting that they might be
L allowed to apply the' amount of their taxes now
i due the city toward said object, which was readI
and on motion of Mr. Rinaldi, referred to the
Committee on Improvements and Contracts.
The Finance Committee reported against al-
lowing extra compensation to the Tax Assessors,
and recommend hat they have leave to withdraw
1 their petition. Accepted and ordered on file.
The following bills were presented and referred
- to the Committee on Claims, viz;.
C. H. Connery, services as City Wharfin-
ger... ...... .. .... e............. ." $394 5


H. G. Guyon, expenses procuring Engine.. 10 00
P. Grady, work on street................. 4 50
Wmi. McIntosh, for drayage .............1. 3 75
The rule being waived, the following bills were
passed and allowed, viz :
R. Parker, for work on Engine. ........ $6 00
P. Price, for cleaning Engine and oiling
Hose........................ .b -..... 10 00
Sam'l Beech, for labor........... ..... 1 25
Dan'l Poland, for work........... 76
The committee to whom were referred the fol-
lowing accounts, reported favorably, and they
were passed and allowed:
M. Carrigan, for drayage........... .... $7 00
Sloop Oregon, for ballast................ 10 00
Com. Advertiser, for printing............35 00
M. M. Butt, for drayage................. 56 25
J. W. Babcock) for tower to Engine House. 30 00
On motion, the Council then adjourned.


For New-York.
T HE BRIG LINE of New York Packets bave
have commenced their regular trps for the
season, and will hereafter be dispatched every
Monday as follows:
Brigs. Captains. Tonage. Vine of ailing.
Excel, Smith,' 875, May 4, June 15, July W"
Clinton, Andrews, 898, 11. 22, Aug. 9
Augusta, Sherwood, 878, 18, 29, "* 10
Savannah, Hawley, 386, 25, July 6, IT
Exact, "Johnson, 431,"June1, 18, 24
Madison, Hoey, 814, 8, 9 20, 81
Theoe vessels are all of the first clan, having
very large and commodious State Rooms, witi.
windows outside to admit a tree circulation of
air, and ate commanded by men of long expe-
rience in the ttade who will spare no exertion to
redder passengers as comfortable as possible.
They will sail punctually, as advertised, an4
in all cases be towed to sea by steam to avoid any
detention inlthe river. 1Betths cAn be secured by
applying to
J. WASHBURN & WILDER,
114 Bay street,
Savannah. April 23,1846. 18-4t
FOr HaVre,
STHE fine ship PROBt7S, Devri.
master, has three-fourths of her -cargo
e-ngaged, will meet with dispatch. For
balance of freight or passage, having splendid sq
cumm,-dations, apply to the Captain, or to
ISAAC M. WRIGHT,
April 25 3 Columbus Block.


A c.i-rnspondent addresses the Editors of
the National Intelligencer the following
,,hints," which cannot be better rendered
than in his own language:-
"The Editor of the 'Union' claims the
final action of Congress upon the question
of notice as a triumph of the Administra-
tion. He had labored hard to induce the
House to pass a naked notice; but the
House having modified the resolution re-
ported by the Committee on Foreign Affai-rs
in such a way as to rebuke the extreme ul-
.tra ground of the President and fhe Exetu-
tive organ, the Editor seeing that it Was im-
'possible to obtain a naked noti'ee, cried
'"Victory !' and professing Mmself satisfied
'with the resolution oflthe Ho-tse, directed
'his efforts to prevent farther modification of
the resolution in the Set/ate. Tbhe discus-
sion had lasted but'- 'few days %l the Senate
before the Preside6t was compelled, by the
'force of reason addressed to 'an intelligent
-nation. to say to the Senate and country,
'through his friend Mr. Haywood, that he
"did not Uel1eVe that all'hope of compromise
was at aiM end, and that he was not prepared
to plu'nge the nation into war for the whole
"bf 'Oregon; and that, if England would
compromise upon the basis of the 49th de-
gree of latitude, he was ready. But all
this did not satisfy the Senete, nor induce
that body to give what the President was
most anxious to obtain-that is to say, the
House resolution, if nothing better could
be had, but naked notice as the thing most
desired. The Senate chose to instructuhim
literally to re-open negotiation, and to labor
to settle the difficulty by negotiation-by a
taeatv upon the basis of the 49th degree.
,' &ever was an administration more sig-
inally defeated and rebuked ; and yet the or-
gan is still crying 'Victory! victory!' This
bjlld hypocrisy ought to be exposed, and the
i4 ea constantly and vigorously impressed
upon the country that the Whig party, aid-
ed by the conservative Democrats, have, by
thus defeating the Administration, proba-
bly saved the nation from war. The pres-
ent posture of this whole question ought
to be held up in strong contrast with what
t would have been if Congress had sustain-
Y'ed the President in the position which he
7massumed in his message,"

COMPLIMENT TO MR. WEBSTER.-The
Washington correspondent of the New
York Courier writes as follows;-
A fine tribute of respect and confidence
was paid to Mr. Webster last (Tuesday) eve-
ning. The whole body of Whig members
of both Houses, by a sort of consentaneous
impulse, determined in the course of the
morning that they would in mass make a
visit to Mr. W., and he was accordingly re-
quested to remain at horn and receive his
friends. He did so; and the meeting was
quite a memorable one. On one side the
most unquestionable manifestations of ad-
miration and regard, on the other a deco-
rous but not concealed sense of gratifica-
tion at such an unusual but most significant
proof of undiminished confidence-and, as
it may be safely added-of unanimous
scorn of the paltry but malicious attempt
made on the floor of the House to stain his
character in the management of the secret
service fund. His associates in Congress,
especially the members of the House of
Representatives, were the more earnest
thus to testify their feelings, because of
the course adopted by the majority of the
House, of cutting off by the previous ques-
tion the opportunity of expressing their
feelings in debate, after the reception of the
President's message declining to answer the
call of the House for secret papers, and
after Mr. Ingersoll's reiteration of his
charges.

PRICES OF WHEAT AT HOME AND
ABROAD.-By many it is supposed The pro-
posed change in the Policy of the British
Government in admitting foreign Grain at
alow r~le-of duty, will greatly benefit the
farmers of this country in giving them a
new market for their grain. Mr. Charles
Hudson of Mass., one of the most intelli-
gent and useful members of" Congress, has
bestowed much attention upon this subject,
and has made a speech upon it in the House.
He insists that any expectation of benefit
to us from the change in the British policy
will not be realized. From Parliamentary
reports he establishes that from 1829 to
1843, the annual importation of Wheat and
wheat flour into Great Brittain was about
11,000,000: the heaviest importation being
23,000,000 in 184"2, an'l the lightest 228,000
in 1835. Of the importation of 184-2the U.
States atnd the North American Colonies
furnished about 5,000,000, of which four-
fifths went from the British Colonies.-
From 1830 to 1843, at the five great wheat
markets in Europe the average price of
Wheat was 88 cents per bushel, viz : Dant-
zic91, Hamburg 90, Amsterdam 99, Ant-
werp 9$, Odessa 64. For the same length


of time, at the seaports in this country, the
average .preie of Wheat was $1.25, being
37 cents more than the average per bushel
ta the above mentioned ports on the Black
_and Baltfic Seas. So in the first cost of the
. grain there is an advantage for the buyer of
37 cents per bushel in favor of the Europe-
;an wheat markets over our own-to say no-
;hingof the higher rate of freight from this
country. Consequently, England will most
generally receive her supplies of wheat front
the great European Wheat marts-except
n years of great scarcity, like the last, when
,the price will justify imnportations from this
country. These facts show very conclu-
.sively that the home market is the only
.sure and certain one for our farmers-and
%they should be in favor of such a Tariff
-policy as will ensure a continuance and in-
,,crease in the home demand.

.,NEW JERSEY METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CONFERENCE.-This Annual Conference,
recently in session at Newark, adjourned on
Thursday evening, to meet next year at Sa-
lem. The collections within the bounds ol
the Conference during the past year, on be-
half of superanuated preachers and widows
and orphans, amounted to $2,958. There
has been a slight decrease of members
during the year, as the following statistics
show, but an increase in other respects ;
Members of the Church 29,987-decrease 458
Local preachers, 204-increase 4
Churches, 275
Sabbath schools, 312
Scholars 19,236-increase 1,964
Collects, for missions $2,869-increase $84(
o" for Bible Soc, $1,137--ncrease $244
for education, 24-1


REMARKS ON THE MARKET,
FO& THE PAST WEEL.
We have to note a very dull and inactive state
of affairs during the past week. The war-like
like news from Mexico, the advanced rates of
freight, together with the scarcity of money and
difficulty of negotiating exchange-allthese causes
combined have given a check to business opera-
tions, and for the time being nearly suspended all
transactions in out principal staple.
Since our last report, another steamer, the Cam-
bria, has arrived bringing dates from Liverpool to
the 19th ult. These accounts, although favorable
fore otton, have produced no effect upon our mar-
ket. Any advance, which under more favorable
circumstances would, in all probability, have ta-
ken place, has been neutralized by the depressing
influence, above referred to.
The quantity of cotton on the market is quite
large for the season, while the stock on hand and
on shipboard exceeds that of last year 12,803 bales
The tonnage in port is quite light, and unless the
arrivals are more free, there wtll probably be some
difficulty in making shipments.
In all the Gulf Ports, at the latest dates, the
stock of Cotton on hand and on shipboard, exceeds
that of last year 143,000 bales, while the number
of square rigged vessels is 40 less than last year.
The decrease in receipts at all the Ports, up to
latest dates, amounts to 371j508 bales.
COTTON.-The receipts since this day week,
amount to 2,357 bales, and the exports to 1,763
bales, leaving the stock on hand, including all on
shipboard not cleared, 29,307 bales, against 168,%4
bales same time last year.
In our last Saturday's report, we noticed a very
moderate demand, the market at the close of ope-
rations, presenting quite a dull appearance-sales
of the day not exceeding 300 bales. On Monday
there was no material improvement in the demand,
the sales reaching only 400 bales. Tuesday the
transactions did not reach 100 bales, and on Wed-
nesday not a single bale was sold. On Thursday,
the Cambria's news reached us via Columbus, but
had no effect upon the market-sales of the day
43 bales Yesterday the market remained in the
same state, but one small lot changed hands. To-
day there is no change in the appearance of things;
some factors are anxious to sell, but buyers seem
indisposed to go on in the present unsettled state
of affairs.
The sales of the week will not exceed 700 bales ;
we make no change in our quotations, but in the
present state of the market they must be consid.


PORT OF APALACHICOLA.... ....May 16.


CLEARED,
May 11-Brig Tybee, McCormack, for Provi-
derdre, by E B Ballou.
May 12--Steamer Peytbna, Greet. for New Or-
leahs.
May 16--Bark Tiberius, Sears, for Bbstoni by
Bugbee & Howard.
Brig WaKulla Mtlftrdi for New Ydrk, by C S
Tomlinson.
ARRIVED.
May 13-Schr D S Gregory, Young, fm New
Orleans.
May 14-Ship Dumbarton, Pendleton, from
Charleston, to D B Wood & Co.
Steamer Agnes, Wheaton, fm Chattahoochee
Steamer Peytona, Greer, from Columbus.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus.
Steamer Emily, Hall, fm Columbus.


LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS
Dumbarton, Pendleton, 499 tons, fm Charleston,
waiting-D. B. Wood, & Co.
Cotton Planter, Pratt, 501 tons, fm New York,
waiting-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Carolus, Stern, tons, fm Charleston, waiting-
Charles Rogers & Co.
Probus, De Vries, 647 tons, for Havre, loading-
I M Wright.
Huron. Weeks, 514 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
J Day & Co.
Alexander, Leeds, 591 tons, fm Havre,, loading-
Master.
Dauntless, Rogers, 698 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-S Cassin.
Solon, Bucknam, 540 tons, fm Havre, waiting-
D B Wood & Co.
BARQUES.
Z Ring, Livermore, 323 tons, for New York,
loading-Wm G Porter & Co.
Duo de Orleans, Robertson, tons for Havre,
loading-E Ozanne.
Magdala, Dodge, 298 tons, for New York, load-
ing-Dodge & Pratt.
Cumberland, Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-J Day & Co.
BRIGS.
Cayuga, Mitchell, 237 tons, for Philadelphia, load-
ing-Dodge & Pratt.
Pleiades, Carter, 284 tons, for Boston, loading-
D B Wood & Co.
Morea, Conway, 261 tons, for New York, with
dispatch-Nourse, Stone & Co.


ered merely nominal.
LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
1846.
Inferior ........... .... a 5j
Ordinary ..... ......... 5j a 64
Middling ............... 6j a 61
Good Middling ......... 6j a 7
Middling Fate.. .... 71 a 7j
Fair .................... 7j a 8
Good Fair .............. 81 a 8i
FREIGHTS:--Since our last report, mw


1845.
4j a 41
6 a 51
51 a 51
--a6
a 6|
nominal.
asters have


advanced their pretensions and are now firm in
demanding 3-4d. to Liverpool, andlI 3-8c. a'l 1-2c.
to Havre. Small parcels have been taken to fill
up for Liverpool at 11-16d. Coastwise 3-4c. is
freely offered, but there being a great scarcity of
vessels, no engagements have been made at that
rate. The late news from Mexico, and the con-
sequent apprehension of enhanced rates of Insu-
rance from ports in the Gulf, have had the effect
to advance the rates ir-British Bottoms, at the
same time causing a pause in this department of
business.
From New Orleans and Mobile, we have dates
to the 9th inst. In both of those markets, the
same causes were operating to depress prices.
The Insurance Offices in New Orleans have put up
the rate to Northern'-Ports, "covering the WAR
risk," to 3 per cent. We have been allowed the
perusal of a letter from New Orleans, under date
of the 9th inst., received by yesterday's mail, from
which we make the following extract:-
Freights to Liverpool thismorning stiff at Id-
le asked for New York. As for Exchange, it can
hardly be negotiated at all-Al bills on New York
at 5 ds. st. sold yesterday at 1 pr. ct. discount.
Money is worth 2 a 2j pr. ct. pr. month."


Twenty Dollars Reward.
^^ WILL be paid for the apprehension of
the Negro man HAYS, who vanaway
from Pensacola between the 15th and 20th
X of March. HAYS is a likely Negro, of
light color, about 28or 30"ryears of age, 5 feet 8
or 9 inches high, rather stout; can read and
write, and ij 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.
Congress S pring Water
JUST received per schr. L.Roy, and for sale by
March 21 J. C. ALLEN.


Mary Ann Rouen, )
vs. S Bill for Divorce.
John Rouen.
T appearing from the affidavit of the Solicitor
of the complainant, that the defendant, John
Rouen, resides beyond the limits of the State of
Florida. It is ordered that publication be made
in the Commercial Advertiser onee a week for the
space of four months, of the institution of this
suit, requiring him to appear and answer to the
said billon or before the first day of October next,
or "the same will be taken as contested against
him, and such further order made in the premises
as to the Court may seem proper.
(A Copy-Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
May 16,1846. 20-4m
NOTICE-Six weeks after date, I will apply
to the Judge of Probate for Franklin county
for letters of administration upon the estate of
Samuel Simpson, late of said county, deceased-
as said Judge has noted default in the late Exec
utor to said estate, and revoked his powers to act.
THOMAS ORMAN.
Apalachicola, May 14,.1846. "20 6w


COTTON STATEMENT. Last
year.
Stock on hand 1st Sept......... .4
Received past week... ........2,357
previously ........*102,435
Total .... bales -104,796147498
Exported past week ........... 1.763
previously .......... 73,726
Total ........... 75,489 130994
On hand and on shipboard not cleared 29,307 16504.
EXPORTS OP r OTTON PROM APALAOfIlOOLA
Commencing 1st September, 1845-and same
time in 1844.
WHrPast Previ- TOTAL Last
WHITtHER IXPORTED. week I ously. [I Iseason
Liverpool............. 21319.2l3i9.39475
H avre............. ... ...... ...... .. 2587
N antz..... ... .. .. ... ........ ... 1279,
Trie.s.te ................. .... .. .... .. ... .. 3162
i~~~~~ ~ .nac .. ** *242I
Genoa ......................... .. 2490
Other ports ............... ..9 0 ..5 -1 0
Total to For. Ports ...... .22269 .22269 .50114
New York ........... .26598 26598.33742
Boston ............... .. 1025.11321 .12346 .24659
Providence ... .. .... ...738 ..6227 ..6965 .8591
Philadelphia ......... ...... .. .440 ....440 .2047
Baltimore............ 2494 ..2494 ..1494
New Orleans............. ..2337..2337 ..8330W
Other ports ........... ....... 2040 ..2040 ..1607
Total Coastwise.... .1763 .51457 .53220 .80581
TOTAL-nArLES. ............ ..75489130995.


JUST received per brig Morea, from N. York,
50 kegs Nos. 1 and 2 Lead ; 100 gals. boiled
.Linseed Oil ; 500 lbs. Putty; 20 boxes 8 by 10
and 10 by 12 Glass; 20 doz. pints Congress Spring
Water; 100 lbs fresh Tamarins; Gum and Orget
Syrups, for sale by
May 16. H. F. ABELL.


Baggigt amnd ope. r
A GOOD article of Power Loom Kentucky
Bagging and good Rope, for sale by
jan31 5 NOURSE, STONE & .G0.


Baggung and, Bope.
1nPCS. Kentulcky Baggng,
100U 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians,
4 bales Bagging Twine, for, sale by
WM. G. PORTER,-& Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


Land for Sale.
T HE undersigned offers for sale 150 acres of
the best Cane-Brake Land, situated one mile
and a half below Rock Blnff, on the west side of
the Apalachicola River; 40 acres, lying one mile
from the above, with a Dwelling and other houses
suitable for the place, a blacksmith's shop and
tools in complete order for work; also one wagon,
two yoke of oxen, 50 head of hogs, and a fine
horse, saddle and bridle.
Any person wishing to purchase, will do welr
to call and look at the property.
ARCHIBALD B. CARAWAY.
May 9, 1846. 19-4t*


an Consignnment,
-'ll BOXES New Bedford Sperm lCandles,
1.0.0 for sale low for Cash, by
WM. T. W00Q,
Nov 29 42 Watre sreet-
Per Ocltavia io Ne lOrleans-.
D.,ECEIVED as above a cice.seleet.on ot
t-L Family Groceries and provisions'; also, a
froeh supply of Spring apd Summer Clothing,
madeup ithqlatesteW, fei 'sale .
March21 2 Water, .teeet.
iA "( PS. very hea. y Louisvil*, Man -

450\/So. Bagging.-300. coils Bale Rope,
for sJeY AbC
!Wch 7. J. DAY &_ CO.


Mit. E, Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CIAYTON, Barbour County, Alabama.
April, 29, 1846. *tf


Notice.
rT HE Copartnership heretofore existing be
.1 tween A. N. McKAY and' S. H. HA.KTS
HORNE, has this day expired by limitation.-
all unsettled accounts will remain with A.. N.
McKay, who will continue the business or liW
own account.
.A.N. -MCKAY,
S HAU TS1IOBNJSE.
i .Apalachieola, May 1i, i646. ."' 1 tf


valpiable Slave for Sale.
A NEGRO MAN 25 years old a good Carpen-
ter, a first rate house servant, honest and in.
tel~ligent, andcould be made useful in any situa-
,tion. Sold to close an estate. If notdisposed
of by the first Monday in June next, he will then
be sold at auction under an order of. the Hon.
Judge of Probate. For further particulars, apply
to* WOOD & Co. "
,Mayil6, ,4. .3 Waterj street, ,


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Drugs and Medicines.
I= THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-.
CINES, which he will warrant pure
f and of the best quality.: Country
Merchants and Planters will find it
their advantage to call, examine and price his
oods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up With
re and accuracy at any hour of the day or night.
J. C. ALLEN,
March 2t Cor. Centre and Commerce ats.


A Card.
rTHE undersigned having purchased from Mr.
.!_B. S. Hawley his entire stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass Ware, Shop Fur-
niture, &c. will continue the business at Whole-
sale and Retail', at the old stand corner of Water
and Chestnut sts, and begs leave to say to his friends
and former patrons of the establishment that his
stock is com plete, embracing every article usually
kept in Southern Drug Stores, and from arrange-
ments recently effected, will be regularly supplied
with fresh staple articles.
Physicians Planters, Country Merchants and
others will find it to their interest to call and ex-
amine his stock and prices. All orders will be
promptly attended to in person by
March 1, 1846. H. F. ABELL.


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.

OTICE-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; and all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment.
SILAS DAVENPORT, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 18, 1846. 16-2m
OTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin
county, for a final discharge from the administra-
tion of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased.
B. T. CARO, Adm'r.
BENJAMIN ELLISON, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 4, 1846. 14-6m


AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 28, 1846.
Circuit Court Franklin County.
Hezekiah Nash,
vs. d Petition to foreclose mort-
Sidney R. Ford and gage.
Elizabeth A. Ford.
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 and
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 confesso; 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


OR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil-
ious and nervous Headache, Constipationj
Diarrahoea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
Tarrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
S in a few days-no confine-
ment or restriction in diet,
is necessary. It will be
f ound invaluable, being pre-
pared with the greatest
Possible care, upon well
tested principles, funded
upon that important law,
S 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.


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


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, 1846. Adm'r. de bonis non.


AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 16, 1846.
Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Alphonse Loubat,
vs.
George W. Harrison and Marga-
ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
David G. Raney and Harriet F.
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud-
son, Alexander McAlpin and
Ogden Haggerty, Assignees of Bill to fore-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort-
Bogart and John N. Hawthorn, gage on lots
constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. 9 and
& Hawthorn; David Maitland, 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


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


NOTICE-Kndw all persons interested, that
six weeks from the date of this notice, I
will apply to his honor the Judge of Probate for


NOTICE-Kndw 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


OTICE-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.


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


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


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. IBlocksl Owners. Taxes.


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 SHORT CREDIT, are
offered by the piece or package on thesameterms,
at and below manufacturers' prices.
U- Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are
placed in the hands of buyers.
W- Purchasers will inform themselves of the
state of the market, and be well repaid for an ex-
amination, even if they do not purchase.
New York, March 3, 1846. 15-ly


Franklin County.
FIRST DISTRICT JUSTICE'S COURT.
A. G. Semmes, )
vs. Attachment.
Aaron B. Marvin.
THE defendant is notified of the institution of
the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable
to the April term of said Court.
A. G. SEMMES.
March 19, 18,46. 12-3m


2
9 and 12
18
7 and 12
4
1
4
6 and 7
2


Lots. \Btocks\ Owners. |Taxes
2 40 Campbell, $
Sand 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1
18 H2 R. McKenzie,
B and 12 l Wm. Mathers or assigns 2
4 28 Dr. Meacham,
1 J H. N. Morris, 8
4 14 David Seldon,
6 and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1
2 22 Chittenden's Estate,
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
and ex-Officio State Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 1846. 4-6m


20
60
30
95
40
80
55
60
30


OR the cure of DEAFNESS, Pains, and the
discharges of matter from the Ears. Also,
all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing of
insects, falling of water, whizzing of steam, &c.
&c., which are symptoms of approaching deaf-
ness, and also generally attendant with the dis-
ease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten,
fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to
use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two
bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made
perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeous highly
recommended its use. For sale by
J C ALLEN, Sole Agent
March 2S 13-4m for Apalachicola.


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


Franklin Superior Court.
William Wright, )
vs. Attachment for $5000.
Daniel McDougald.
T HE Defendant and other persons interested
Share 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


Fine Liquors.
O N CONRIGNMENT.-Just received a su-
perior lot of Liquors, consisting of Signett,
Cognac and Pale Cognac Brandy, Holland Gin,
Port Wine, Maderia and L. P. Maderia Wine,
Champagne Wine, &c. &c. for sale at importer's
prices, for cash only, by
March 28 F. KOPMAN.


BEING about to close their present business,
the subscribers now offer for sale their large
and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, &c., at greatly reduced prices.for
cash only.
COATS:
Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coats;
Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do.
Sattinet and cloth frock and sack do.
Tweed cassimere sack and 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.


Cabinet Work Shop.
B!- 3THE subscriber is now in readiness
to manufacture new, or repair old,
" T Furniture, with promptness and de-
spatch, and solicits the patronage of his old (pay.
ing) customers, and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new ones.
PETER HOBART.
Shop in third story of Brick Building, cor-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.


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


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.


Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
John Gorrie, Compl't,
vs. Bill for Foreclosure.
Lewis P. Mosely, el. al. fr Foreclosure.
R'sp'ts.
BY virtue of a decree made in the above cause,
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 cash,
on MONDAY, the first day of Junne 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-
tate 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.


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


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


Iron, Nails, &c.
20 iTONS 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 Cards,
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws,
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


Dry Goods.
TpHE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
Ssonable 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,
Whitnev Bl tikets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blnakerts, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Chercks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Shbetin-!,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or 'etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov. 29, 1845. 41 Water street.

10 HHDS. St. Croix Sugar,
0' 20, do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive,
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50'do Java,
4 cases Hyson Tea,
40 blxs Aromatic Tobacoo,
50 Mm fgd do. Brown's and Labby's,
2'20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap,
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder,
2000: lbs'Lead; 4 casks Linseed Oil,
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


Franklin Circuit Court.
Raphael J. Moses, Adm'r, of)
John Lock, deceased. Petition for Fore-
vs. closure.
William H. Shepherd.
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 Wmn. 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
Ware, &c. &c. &c., sold to satisfy a judgment of
foreclosure rendered in said cause.
JOHN LUCAS,
May 2, 1846. Sheriff F. C.


Chattalioochee Hotel.
STHE subscriber takes pleasure in
informing the traveling community
M! that he has taken charge of the above
establishment, situated immediately
on the banks of the river, where the
traveller may find a comfortable and quiet resting
place and thereby avoiding the many inconve-
niences which they have heretofore been sub-
ject to.
The U. S. Mail steamer Agnes, from Apa-
lachicola, arrives on Sunday and Wednesday at
5 o'clock, P. M.; departs Monday and Thursday
at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western Mail arrives
Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 o'clock,
A. M ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-
days at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrives
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock,
A. M.; departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-
pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via
Quincy.and Tallahassee, arrives Mondays, Wed-
nesdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs
Tuesday, Wednesdays and Sundays at 6 o'clock,
P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and
Thursday at 6 o'clock, P. M.; departs Tuesdays
and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M.
The House and Furniture are entirely new,
the servants thoroughly drilled in their business,
and all will use their utmost endeavors to make
the time pass pleasantly to the traveller.
A. G MARSHALL,
Agent for the Proprietor.
Chaattahoochee, March 17, 1846. 12-tf


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


For Sale.
0) F1RKINS best Dairy Butter,better known
0j as Latham's Butter." Apply to
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


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


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


On Consignment.
THE subscriber has just received from the
S 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.


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


For Sale.
O2f BBLS MESS PORK; 20 1 bbls No. 1
41. Mackerel; 20 1 bbls No 2 Mackerel; 10
i bbls Fulton Market Beef, for sale by
DODGE & PRATT,
feb28 9 40 Water street.


Iolgasses.
N. 0. Molasses, for sale by
7 J. DAY & Co


5 BBLS.
50 March
Saddlery


Bagging and Rope.
50 PIECES heavy Clifton Kentucky Bag-
110 1 going; 500 coils good Kentucky Rope.
Also, 150 boxes Tobacco various brands, for sale
by LOCKHART & YOUNG.
Feb 28, 9


Saddlery for Sale at Cost and
Charges.
H AVING on hand an assortment of Saddles,
SBridles, &c. &c I will dispose of them as
above for cash.
On hand a fine Buggy and HIarness, which will
be sold for cash.
March 28 P. HOBART.


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


Paints, Oils, and Glass.
GIBSON & CLAPP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERSJN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine, Wind*
Glass, &c.,
Will keep constantly on hand a good asst--
ment of MIXED PAINTS of All colors, for Ste i
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together h
a variety of articles in the painting line, too nu-
merous to mention.
House, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting, andt
Glazing, done with neatness and despatch, at
moderate prices, for cash.
22 Water street, Apalachicola.
Jan. 10, 1845.


Rope.
300 COILS, for sale by
O30 marchl4 D B WOOD & CO.


Goods on Consignment.
A SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting o
Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco,
Gunpowder, Brandy, &c.,, is offered at New
York Invoice prices, by
jan3t 5 NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
For Sale.
0 BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20,
20 30 do Tin do 1-3 X,
50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 1-2 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


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


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


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

BY R. E. RAIMOND.

OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed,
Pickled and in the Shell.
WELSH RAREBITTS,
POACHED EGGS,
BIRD SUPPERS.
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


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


191olasses.
211 TIERCES, 205 bbs and 28 hhds. cargo
2 of schr. Swan from Havana, now landing,
for sale by [april 11] J. DAY & Co.


Iron, Nails, &e.
T HE subscribers have on hand and' for sali,.
Wholesale and retail, low for Cash-
20 tons assorted Iron; 50 kegs assorted Nails,
50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut,
Sheet and Boiler Iron,
Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
Sugar and Coldren Kettles,
Cook and Parlor Stoves, Sad Irons,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hardware,
Britannia and Jappand Wares, Brass Andirons,
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs,
Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boxes,
Marlin Spun Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Cordage,
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar, Rosin,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,
Paints and Brushes, Rigging and Pump.Leather,,
Matts, Pumps arid Buckets,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
March 14 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO.


2U-^ IW-' Lusiead ; 4j icasls jiiseed uil,
'*s. 200 kegs White Lead', No. 1, Extra: and Pure.
'VFor sale byy W.- G. PORTER & 'Co.
-\ Nov 29 41 Water street.
anted to Purchase for Cash,
EGRO BOY, from 13 to 20 years of age
A_ 'table for taking care of a horse and
waiting in e house. Apply to,
mchl4 WOOD & CO, 32Water-st.

SSugar. ,
95 HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhdg. su-
,01 prior St. Cromi-. in store, for sale by
March 7 J. DAY & Co.

Bagging and Rope.
A4 PCS. very heavy Luisville, Man &
-'J. Co. Big-in;; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
'March 7 J. DAY & Co.


Nov 1


ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.


Havana Segars.
50r0 00.f0 BEST Havana Segars, for sale
50,UU0 by WOOD & Co,
April 4 32 Water st.


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


Coffee.
175BAGS Rio Coffee, landing from brig Vir-
175)ginia, for sale by
April 18 J. DAY & Co.


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


Lumber.
JUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Lum-
ber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000
feet White Pine, assorted from I to 2 inch, which
will be sold low for the cash, by
PETER HOBART.
No Lumber will be delivered from the yard,
after this date unless paid for, or a written order
from a responsible person. March 28


Clover Seed.
A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover
Seed, for sale by
April 4 H. F. ABEL.
Q BASKETS London Club Champagne
OW 5000 Regalia Segars, for sale by
April 4 B. S. HAWLEY.,


Garden Seeds,.
WARRANTED fresh, just received and for
S sale by J. C. ALLEN,
Jan. 24 Druggist.
BAGGING-200 rolls, for sale by
marchl4 D. B. WOOD & CO.


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


EDAR wanted by
march14 D. B. WOOD & CO.


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Balsam of LitVerwort.
A REMEDY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptoms,
on the Chrono-Thermtnal system, by the use of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, which he pre-
pares at375 BOWERY. This plan of treatment
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is8
and has been for a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proofs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. "Franklin says a small leak will sink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your 0otighs before"
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
Apalachicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLOR'S
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it is
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21, 1846. 12-ly
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer'
Aperient.
HEALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed t 'e
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartt;urn, habitual Costiveness, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Child
have frequent occasion for gentle and coolig
purgatives; they will take this aperient in prda
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


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Flour.
11 BBLS. Western; 50 bbls. Canal, no
JU landing, for sale by
April 18 J. DAY & Co.


Bagging and Rope.
100 r PCS. Kentucky Bagging,
100 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians,
4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.
On Consignment,
100 BOXES New Bedford Sperm Candles,
1 for sale low for Cash, by
WM. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.


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Drugs, 1TIedicines, &c.
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
cines, &c. consisting in part of the follow-
ing articles:-50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and hf
pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil;
40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbis Copperas; 10 lbs
Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London Mustard; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup;
10 kegs Pearlash; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel; 20 doz Spts
Turpentine, and a general assortment of all arti-
cles in the Drug line, for Country Merchants,
Planters and Physicians. For sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


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jSiiciAL ADVERTISER I lJu fnrssmrrtttor!!-. t9roftssfo1tal lottos.WJil ffocttn? This rule is plain and simple. If -we j ALLIGATOR OIL.-A letter from St. Augustine

S cannot speak well and favorably of an acquaintance -
SATURDAY :BY to the N. Y. Eventing Pcs dated
CltTSHED EVERY B. S. Hawley, SYDNEY GREEN M. D.c THEV TO HER ABSENT HUSBA.. D. or friend, let us remain silent ,

fiWORTH_ & wluTI4tN.ceTh'trd FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Linger not Jong! Home is not home without thee, if we caonot say something.calculated to dated April 12tb, says: rfc

of Cor. Water and Chestnut streets, : May be found; at his residence, corner cf Its dearesiaokens only make me mourn; cheer, gladden and delight, let us at least "I suppose you may tot hare heard that
Baltzell's Buildings, corner Oh! let thy
story Centre and High streets!, opposite the Mansion mem'ry, like a chain about thee, have
April 4 we discovered
$ ; Conuntrce and Chestnut streets. Apalachicola, Fa. House. Nov 8. Gebtly compel and hasten thy return. not pursue a contrary course. Our duty is the utility of alligators.

T. H. & C. H. Austin, 5. Lingernotlong! to afford as much pleasure, and to produce! An alligator is found to be as valuable in

TERMS. Dr. A. W. Chapman as much good as can in the world and his way as a spermaceti ivhafe. An
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Three Dollars per annum, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Linger not long Tho' crowds should woo thy expe
sa-rrrro- C:: .If Pa>ment" delayed Water Street, C3- Office over the Drugstore of B. S. Hawley, staying if our means with reference to these subjects dition has left ibis place for tbe river of St.

', nri&b\Y\ eS'rf'adnnce.the ub3Cr'Ptioa year, FIVE TOI Apalachicola Fa.I. (entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the Bethink thee, can the mirth of friend, tho' dear, be limited, we should at least endeavor Jehu's, and the dark tributary stream of

1aU tiI the demsnded. house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. Assuage the pain, the grief, the long delaying to restrain the evil propensities of our Black Creek swarming with these hideout

iA$1 will be taken for a less term than MX D. BUGBEE. HARGROVE HOWARD January 10, 1846. 2-tfJ. Costs the fond heart that sighs; to have thee here 1 nature, to curb and control the demons of creatures, with the view of killing them to
Linger
No .abcriP'! ",111 invariably! charged forth Bngbee & Howard, not long! scandal, jealousy, ill will and all uncbarit- obtain their oil.
tbs-and S" will be discontinued untilraies B. Brown, Linger not long! How I shall watch "
mon thy coming! The oil
of
the
'04 o paper of th COMMISSION AND FORWARDING ableness. We all have infirmities and failings alligator is said lo be
the option shadi-wg
t .Vre paid, unless at I ATTORNEY AT LAW, evening stretch o'er moor and dell, better for
lu MERCHANTS I When the wild bee has ceased its busy humming et1ou h.Ve all require the exerciseof lamps than even whale oil. and it

,,? $. :: 0rie square, (twelve lines No. 7, Columbus Block, WILL practice in the District Courts of the And silence hangs on all things, like a spell 1 generosity and forbearance. Our imperfections is extracted from the animal in considerable

A ftat'CIn'-COQlpicllously' :inserted at the following I Nov. 1, Igj5. ApalachicohFa. Middle States, and the State Courts of the Linger not long! although invisible to ourselves, quantity and without any great difficulty.
and of
) Franklin county in the Western
or l ieil Samuel Scliiflcr. Circuit. How I shall watch for thee when fears grow may be quite glaring to others. When, For this discovery we are indebted to the

ratoasyet': 0V! \iir: month,.... $2 >0 I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, Office in Tallahassee. stuger;; therefore, we indulge a spirit of generousand Indiana, who have been in the babit for bow

: ..........70050J()I ,$ Three fks..2 00 I Iilrte co- Particular attention paid to putting up family January 10, 1846 2-3m As night grows dark and darker on the hill. charitable forbearance in relation to the long a time I know not, of extracting the .
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S'UIt111t s.l ; watch
p weep can no longer
... : Two
; oil of
mDt !,.. ....4 O'J Oaeinsertion:: ......1 03baVLn steamboat and ship stores. Oh! art thou absent-art thou absent still 1 errors of the rest of the world, we in some the alligator and using it for various
: REMOVAL.W. .
No.
49 Water street, It
1"0"' muth the number of insertions Linger not long! degree at least entitle ourselves to a similar purposes. makes a fine transparent fluid
nts ; dec20 Apalachicola, Fla. G. 1!!. Davis and burns
{rJAi'erti.m prescribed by taw, are subject to exception Yet I shonld'grieve not, tho' the eye that?eth thee, judgment with reference to our own.- admirably.
( above ntes.To Joel W. Perry, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Gazeth through tears that makes its lustre dull ; Nothing is ever lost by kindness and charity. You know how many! of these enormous

(ron the ho airertise by the year a liberal dis- RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND 00-: Office in Floyd's new Building, oppositethe For ah I sometimes fear when thou art near me No heart is pained-no sensibility is animal are shot out of wantonness from the

those will W be mid; but all advertisements not COMMISSION: MERCHANT, Mansion House. Dec 13, IS45. My cup of happiness all too full! wounded, by words of courtesy, benevo- decks of the steamboats that; plough our
COUl1t No. 42 Water Linger not long!
their own business, as street, waters. I hereafter
tainin" to. lence and good breeding-while a rash expect to hear of laws
strictly leat advertisements sent in by them, Dec 20 Apalachicola, Fa. A. G. Semincs, Haste, then, oh! haste unto thy peaceful dwelling' word passed' for their protection.
well as an a violeut expression, a hasty or an Every time au
usual rates. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Haste, as a bird unto its own lov'd nest,-
"ill b vl1aI1ed: at the J. II. & J. M. Hull, Haste the bark when unhappy remark, may inflict a keen pang- illgator eighteen feet long is shot in the
either edi- 03-: Office, J\"o. 2 Capt. Simmon's as tempests wild are swelling -
: vLftors may be addressed to the FACTORS &. COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, Centre Building may cause a wound that will fester and long grass of the river banks, or while be is
cJ-: to InsureanentlOI1o cor. & Commerce streets.
be
and must POST PAID -
tors otprOpflCtO No. 43 Water street, nov5 Apalachicoh, Fla. Flies to its haven of secure rest rankle for years. wimrning, a barrel or half a barrel of oil,
I Linger not long! as the case be, is wasted. This
may should
------ Nov. 1, 1S45. APALACHICOLA, FA. "Then speak no ill-but lenient he,
------- J. Law ----- not ue.Ve allow
them
-- To other's failings as your own ; must to be killed

Suntci1JD1VtttOt2.( David G. Raney, ATTORNEY AT LAW, !\1 tJ tclIat1couFJ.From If vou're the first a fault to see, only at the proper season, when they are

.. ---- ,':O 1\nSSIOX&FORWAR DING MERCHANTAND :Be not the first to make it known. fairest, and not permit their destruction
;:;; Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga. For life is at
Eugene W. Rogers.: but a passing day,
JohnMunn. the
DEALER IN GOODS, [ the Philadelphia Enquirer.] season when they lay their
ChariesRo6ers (.t- Will attend punctually the Superior Courtsof No lip may tell how brief its span; eggs.
& Co., No. 43 Water street. TIlE TEMPER AND THE TONGUE. The is
'IChas Roers the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of Theu oh! the little time we stay, alligator a formiJable looking
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Nov 5. Iv Apalachicola, Fa. the South Western, and of the county of Thomasof EASHXESS OF SFEECH. Let's speak of all the best we can." creature: it is true, but be is generally

Water street, Francis Kopman, the Southern Circuit. may3 Give me the heart that would fain hide- harmless. His office is to prowl in the
AprHTJSK 1 _Apabrhicola. Fa. Woii'd' fain another's fault efface; A MOTHER IN PANTALOONS. mar- sluggish waters of this southern
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER I* John Bilbo How can it pleasure human pride region,
-5-- riage was on the point of being celebratedin pick what he and
S. Davenport, SHOES,DRY. GOODS.CLOTHING, HATS,&.C. To prove humanity but base '!\ tip can, digest it into ex-
AND COMMISSION Cleapfor Cash, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No! let us reach a higher mood, the office of the mayor of Algiers, when cellent oil for the illumination of our houses.

FORWARDING MERCHANT oct C tnnt-Strect, Apalachicola,Fla.. ALBANY, GA. A nobler estimate of man ; the clerk asked if the bridegroom's motherwas Alligators will be hereafter esteemed as useful .
WILL practice In the several Courts of the Be earnest in the search for good. present. A sonorous yes" immedi- animals as pigs-perhaps
No. 50 \Vater- treet, .\ Circuit more so, for
J. C. and
Allen, Thomas and And speak of all the best we can.
Fa. ately came from a ordinary height, their keeping costs
Apalachicola person nothing. The
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Stewait counties danger
\Ve some time since ventured to offer a dressed in citizens clothes, and looking like is that, that the
now world
Liberal Advances xmde on consignments: DRUGS, :MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, Aug. 5, 15-15. 31-tf has discovered
M.;:: friends in New Orleans, New York or GLASS BRUSHES, cc., &c. word of reproof in relation to the habit of one in the enjoyment of health and strength. what they are good for, their race will be
to mv also speaking harshly, hastily: or without due "
April, l'346.H. Advances. "Well" said the Magistrate, seeing oo jxterrainated.
TJverpool. A general assortment of Subscribers continue mak reflection. The .ril is so common, and is female but the bride', "call her ; her pres-
to advances
F. Abell, BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c. THE consigned to their fiiends at Liver on often attended with such evil consequences, ence and signature are both necessary to verify I A TRIFLE.-One kernel is felt in a hogs-

WHIWUI.I: A.VD RETAIL, nov5 cor. of Centre &: Commerce Apalachicola street,,Fla. pool, Havre,New York and Bn ton, that we will he excused for referring to it the act of marriage." i I head-one drop of \vater helps to swell the

DEALER: IX DRUGS :MEDICINES, PAINTS, D. B. WOOD & Co. again. It may be said to form one of the The court was instantly astounded by see- : ocean-a spark of fire helps to give light to

OILS, GLASS, &-c., &P. P.: Hobart, Dec .r) 29 Water street. most serious annoyances of social life.- ing the individual who had just answered. the world. You are a small man-passing
AFo-\ general! as 'irttneit of Statinery. MANUFACTURER AM) DEALER IN amid the crowd
And, when a family or a circle i h troubled for the mother come forward with you are hardly noticed ;
Chestnut and Water strpets Advances to New Orleans. military
Cor. of CABINET I FURNITURE.ft5 : hut have
with individual who afflicted with the you a drop or spaik within.
an 13
,
Al3hieh, Fa. : Cash salutation. But the gently thrust you
Advances made mayor
.knril 11 No. 41 'Vaterstreet-Upstairg, on consign;
novlG Ap.tlachicola Fla. LIBERAL Cotton or other produce to New infirmity alluded to. who i is in the habit him back, and again called the mother. that l may be felt-felt through eterni'y.Do .-

II. D. Darden, OrlC'ans. J. DAY & Co. either from rashness, thoughtlessness or Here," said the same voice, in a military you not believe it' Set thai drop! in

No. 2 Columbus Buildings, L.ockiart <& 011115-, Dec 6 52 Watest. bitterness of disposition, of making unkind, tone and the cleverest enunciation. motion-give wings to that spark. and behold -

DPC 20, 145.: Analachicola. Fa. COMMISSION- -- -and-- .FORWARDING-- unfeeling or violent remarks, the vice at 1 called the mother, not you, sir." the results It may renovate the
1,1 EKC H A IS IS, Advances.
E. F. Xoure.: H. B Stone, II. W. Brooks. No. 53 Water street, undersigned will make liberal advances times becomes almost insufferable. Hearts "In that cse";, was the brief reply, "you world. None are too small-too feeble.
too be of
Fla.Wax. THE Cotton are wounded, the sensitive are excited and have not far to I am she one of the poor to service. Think of this -
A'ourse, Stone & Co., novSO Apalachicola, consigned to his Iriends in New go; ; and Life
is
lung, old! griefs are revived, fiailiies are about i is act. no trifle.
York, Boston and persons you are to marry my son!
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, W. Snr \\":\ W. CHEEVER. Providence.WM.. T. WOOD, subjected to an improper scrutiny, and thus my name is MARIE DE L-; I have seen I The Potomac Fisheries are about to be

!\iJ. 46 Water street, Sims ifc Cliccvcr, Nov 29 42 Water street. pain is caused in various ways. Individuals thirty years' service-ten campaigns-and closed for the season. The
jj0vl Apalachicola, Fla. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, have right under the of present result )
Advances. no even plea have the grade of sergeant-major. Here on the whole, is a very poor one for Her-
Office No. G Columbus Buildings, frankness and candor make of harsh
(rJ- to use
Salter are ; you'll find my ring, aud a fair take of Shad.
Benjamin dec4 Fla. subscribers countinue as heretorore, to my papers engagement Although
Apalachicola
COMMISSION MERCHANT, THE liberal advances on Cotton consigned and irritating language l -to allude to subJects among 'em, and authority to wear men's the quantity of the latter put up in barrels S

N-). 41 Water street-Up stairs, Coolie & Home, to the address of their friends in Liverpool, New nf a delicate or unpleasant natureto ,- I clothes, my brevet, and my title to a state is comparatively snnll, the price of green

Dsc. 1, lSi3. Apalachicola, Fla. COUHS5IOSIERCHANTS: York or Boston. C. ROGERS & Co. revive the recollection of errors repented, I pe usia n." Shad has been well sustained throughoutthe

Oct. 25 47 Water street. or even to reproach in a bitter and vindictive The who was still amazed} by In fact
magistrate the
season.
of
price both Herring
JUEJ.lUH. DAY. DAMEL J. DAY. No. 13, St. Charles Street,
the exhibition of frail-
spirit, existing the masculine voice he heard, examined and Shad has been
J. Day &: Co., New-Orleans. EXCHANGE on New York. for sale by ties. Some persons too are in the habit of the identified the sergeant-major, with former very high, compared -
papers The
S. DAVENPORT years.
ANDREW S. COOKE. AMOS Hoax. quantity pal
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, getting? into an undue excitement, on public -
feb 8. April 11. 50) Water street. : I and then performed the marriage ceremony up in barrels on the Potomac, by a careful
No. 52 Water street, and private questions, and while in this of her son. estimate, does not exceed 6000 barrels

Dee 6 Apalachicola, Fa. Jas. F. Farrior, Exchange. state, of denouncing the objects of their Herrings, which} is about one-fifth
Also for the "2Etoa Insurance Co:' GENERAL RECEIVING. FORWARDING fc subscribers as Agents for the Bank of p-dssion with n degree of malevolence and of the
ft.> ,Agents THE As ADROIT SWORDSMAN.Pulaski, as is average salting-the usual
the*Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart. COMMISSION MERCHANT, ,are prepared to purchase bills on rancor so as to be quite painful to quantity being
forj Insurance Co." Hartford Conn No. 9 Columbus Block, New York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or strong well known, was as adroit a swordsman as from 25 to 36,000 barrels. Some of our
the listeners. A friend informs that
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla. Charleston, and check on New York in sums to us a he was perfect in horsemanship, and he ever Fisherman, but very few, however, hare
L*. Frcil. E. DII-a; case of this kind occurred a few days
COMMISSION T. J. SANFORD. M. M. Burr. suit purchasers. ago rode a powerful and fleet charger. During done pretty well.-[Alexandria Gazette.
FACTOR AND Nov 2.3 WM. G. PORTER in an omnibus. The vehicle was well of American
Sanford &: Butt, & Co. I the retreat the army through
.MU CHANT, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.No. crowded] with Indies and gentlemen when a New Jersey, in the darkest hour of our national RAT AND CAT ARTICLES.-There i is now
Block
Dec 6, IS t-!:\o.2. Columbus Apalachicola, Fa. 30; Water Street, LUMBER I been, INSPECTOR.-The appointed Inspector' undersigned of Lumber : somewhat exciting subject became the theme adversity, Pulaski was with a small to he seen at the shop of Mr. Eben Ames,
nf conversation between of the latter.
Fla. two on North Main street the
dec4 Apalachicola, Providence
for Franklin County, offers his services to the : party of horsemen, pursued by a large bodyof says
Harper & Holmes They talked coolly enough for a little while, Journal, one of the greatest natural curios
& Jones, public in that capacity, and will attend to all British cavalry, the leader of which wasa
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Avery but soon the temper of one of the partieswas and ities we ever remember to have heard of
said mounted ;
GROCERS & COMMISSION: : MERCHANTS, duties appertaining to appointment. He may good horseman nearly as ,
also, No.31 Water street. be found at 22 Water street. roused, his language became stronger, well as Pulaski. Pulaski rode in the rear viz: a young rat suckled by a cat, together

..1*mt.t for the Dec 13. Apilachicola: Fa. March 2S JAMES GIBSON. his manner. voice, and the expression of of his detachment, and the British captain with four kittens: the kittens are about fifteen .
SUX MUTUAL 'I INSURANCE COMPANY: his countenance, changed with his words, days old. On last
in advance of those he commanded. The Thursday the old
of Vie City of Yew York, 'v. A. & P. C. Kain, LUMBER INSPECTOR The undersigned and he poured forth a torrent of invectiveso cat left her kittens for a foraging expedition
morning sun was shining brightly,
No. 51 Water street, appointed Inspector ot Lumber casting
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ny1,15. Apalachicola F. for the County of Franklin, offers his services to bitter and burning, that the other pas- oblique shadows and as the pursued party on Canal street; she soon returned bearing

Office, No.4 Columbus Buildings, Fa.Win. the public in that capacity, and will attend to all sengers were not only astonished but sadly entered z long narrow lane, Pulaski having in her mouth a young wharf rat, which she
=.
Eil ward UlcCuIly -_Nov. 1, IS4 Apalachicola duties appertaining to said appointment. annoyed-and all turned upon each other satisfied himself of the superior speed and has ever since nursed and taken equal caw

COMMISSION: MERCHANT AND DEALER H. Kimbrough, II. B. Kimbrough. CORNELIUS GRADY. looks of congratulation when the hot-tem command of his horse over that of his pursuer of with her kittens.

IS DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, Win. II. Kimbronzli & Co., March 2'2, 1.S15. pered individual pulled the string that slackened his pace, and kept his horseto
No. 9 Columbus Block, the vehicle and his SHOCKING AND HEARTRENDING OCCUR
checked took
COMMISSION & FORWARDING departure. -
been farthest from the
INSPECTOR.-Having ap the side of the laue sun.
_:Kov) 23 Apalachicola, Fa. MERCHANTS.Office LUMBER Inspector of Lumber for the County His manner was most unpleasant.The .- The pursuing officer came up in hot haste RENCE.Yesterday as the Carrollton Rail-

No. 25 Water street-Up stairs, of Franklin, the undersigned offers his servicesto same sentiments might have been expressed make the decisive road train was: passing the corner of Calliope
S Win. G. Porter & Co. bis sword elevated so as to
Apalachicola, Fla. the public in that capacity.. and will attend to with far more emphasis and effectin he could and Nayades streets, a little boy named
1JE1LERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION CX>- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to all duties appertaining to said appointment. a calmer, milder, and yet in a sufficiently cut upon Pulaski as soon as GREEN, an only child, in endeavoring toget

MERCHANTS. their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or April 19, 1546. BENJ. LUCAS. decided spirit. But the impression made reach him. Pulaski rode as though he into one of the cars, slipped and fell on
1'0.41 Water Street. him his
Havre. Nov. 1,1545. heard not the advance upon -kept
the rais! when dreadful
relate the
to wheels -
,
Nor 29 Apalaohicola Fa. was, that the excitable sne possessed a very the the side
fixed warily on ground on
Thomas Preston, Washington County. unhappy and tyrannical temper, and] that eyes passed over him, crushing and mangling
towards the his .
COLLECTOR'S SALE. of his horse sun on right.As
Win. T. Wood, COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT TAX the less the lovers: of peace, quiet and courtesy him in a manner as almost to eviscerate
the shadow of his
be sold on the second Monday in Sep- soon as he saw pursu-
COMMISSION MERCHANT, WILL had to do with him the better. him-turn him inside our.Ve. sincerely
him and found that
next, (14th) at the Court.house er's horse gain upon ,
No.42 Water street APALACHICOLA, Fa. But there is another description of rash- condoie with the bereaved parents who
door at Roache's Bluff, in Washington head the shadow had
county the horse's by gained
_Nov 29. Apalachicola. Fa. OfficeNo. 45, corner Water and Chestnut streets, within the usual hours of sale, the following property ness of speech that deserves to he noticed about half the length of his own horse's were just about leaving the city. An 'in-
stairs.-Entrance on Chestnut street. was held on the remains. Verdict
up quest
informs
to wit : and rebuked. A gentleman us that
ALBERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT. the sudden sword-cut of St.
6ro body, be
Oct. 25 18t5. gave
according to ihe facts.-[N. O. Times.
Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lyingin H year or two ago be attended quite a bril- George, with his powerful arm. and saw the _
Dodge & Pratt Roberts, Allen & Co., Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of liant party in a neighboring city. In the
head of the officer follow Mind what
SHIPPING decapitated English you run after! Never be
& COMMISSION MERCHANTS, of Jacob A. Blackwell and to be sold
MANUFACTURERS IN TIN,IRON,COPPER, the estate course of the evening, he was conversingwith the stroke. content with a bubble that will burst
No. 40 Water Street, &c.ALSODEALERS. for the taxes for the year 1845. somewhat o'S
BRASS friend when
a a flippant
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, lying His mathematical eye had measured the a tire-work that will end in smoke and dark-

_:ri oY.2i i Apalachicola, Fa. Stoves, Britannia and Japaned IN Wares, on Hickroy Hill,levied on as the property of acquaintance: came up, and pointing to a distance by the position of she shadow, so ness. Get that which you can keep, and

n JK & Hartsliornc Hardware Grate Bars Blackstone, and to be sold for the taxes lady ou the opposite side of the room, exclaimed accurately aud his position giving a long which is worth keeping. .
ay Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, in half whisper, hut .\
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Sugar Kettles and Mills, and other for the year IS 15. a sufficientlyloud back reach to his right arm, while the cross Something sterling that will! stay,

No. 40 Water street, Castings;Ship Chandlery,&oc. Also forty acres of land, lying in Holmes' to he heard by the threeWho is stroke of his pursuer must have been madeat I When gold and silver fly away.;

NOf.tJSSS. Apalachicola, Florid Oct. 25, 1515. APALACHICOLA, Fa Valley, levied on as the property of John G.Russ, that frightfully ugly female talking to a much shorter distance to have taken I
and to be sold for the taxes for the year 194:;. Mrs. -" effect-that the pursuing officer lost bis i Fight hard against a hasty temper. An-

D. B. Wood & Co., WILLIAM DICKEY. J. W. HAMMOND. Also, forty acres of land, lying: on Bear Creek, That," replied the interrogated, at once head before he suspected that his proximitywas ger will come, but resist ii stoutly. A spark

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Dickey & Hammond, levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to pained. mortified and confused, is the known, or that a blow was meditated. II may set a boose on fire. A fit of passion

., No. 29 Water street. SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS, be sold for the year 1845. wife of my friend Mr. B."-and he immediately may give you cause to mourn all the days
Also hundred and sixty acres of land, lying
OT. 1,1845. Apalacnicola, Fla. one bowed to the gentleman with whom of your life. Never au injury.He .
revenge
Fa. What is fame 1 Is it sustenanceof
Water-srteet, Apalachicola, in Holmes Valley, levied on as the propertyof F AME.-
Titos. L. Mitchd, October IS, 1545 42tf Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for he had been conversing. Fortunately, Mr. life ; is it happiness ; does it producethe The that meek revenges knows no ret; .
5 B. was a man of good sense arId manage- command the possgsa a peaceful breast.
:DECEIVING AND the year 1S45. softer joys of,life ; can it
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,, II. B. Taylor, JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff, able temper, and was thus able to appreciate I tender sympathy, and rule, with pleasure, Wm. Bowers was killed by A1 hart is Ar-

No. 37 Water street, COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT and ex-officio State Tax Collector. insolence and pupyism at their true value. wedded life ? Does it smooth the rough wine in Grainger county, Tennessee, OQ

Sor. Fla. March 29, 1846. 13-6m The imprudent and impertinent youth stam- its the 9th
inst.
__ ,1645. Apalachicola pages existence, or mellow asperities; Arwine was a rich old man,
No. 22 Water-street, & CLAPP, 22 Water street, have mered out an apology ; but he was evidently make calm the tide of passions, or quell had made a will setting his negroes free;

Myers & ITIitcliel, sept2 ly Apalachicola. GIBSON received per schr Helen, from New so abashed and overwhelmed by his blun- their boisterous overfiowings ? Does its Bowers, his nephew, went to his house'at

COMMISSION_ ,MERCHANTS Henry ,Dodges, Orleans and offer for sale der, that he scarcely knew what be was tone sound in accordance with the still night to kill him, shot at him but mused

No. 36 Water-street. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION 200:galls Linseed Oil; 200 Ibs Putty; saying. The incident afforded him a'lesson small voice Religion; does its aims and when the old man shot him dead. A newly

NOT 15. Apalachicola:, Fa. MERCHANT, 100 Refined Sperm Oil; however, and for a time, at least, the ends agree with the moral law of God 1- written will was found on Bowers, who was

i ,-,_,,__-_-, ?.-. i 22 Water street, AFALACHICOLA, Fa. 50 boxes Glass assorted sizes; effect. was salutary. The true doctrine in What is Fame 1 Is it to be spoken ot by supposed to have had confederates.

Awx WTUZ:, WM.. Av McKwrzix.Wflic : S 20 doz boxes Fancy Toilet Soap; all matters of conversation, is beautifully men iu after tiroes-t ben He tbat burnt the [HuntsrMe (Ala.) 4cfvcate.
H. R. WOOD. P. W. CCJXEW. 150 lbs Tremont Starch; expressed by a clever poet of-the present much Alexander
& lljcHe axle, 50 kegs No. 1 'White Lead; temple of Epbesns has as as an 07 Girard College,. ai PhiadelpbX is
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Wood I &, Co., day :' or. 'a Socrates Is fame the off- will be of
10 Paris Green! ; 10 do Chrome do; now nearly completed. It one ,
No. 42 Water street, AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS 10 Chrome Yellow; ,"Nay, speak no ill, a kindly word spring of good action, or bad-or both 1 the most magnificent as well as most sub-

Sept. 1, JS45. 1achicola: ,Ft.iillcJmcl .. feb28 9 Can never leave a sting behind, the sufficient an
.Ar 100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. The question suggests stantial edifices in the Union.
I And, oh! to breathe each tale we've heard
Water street
No. :
32 ,
What is fame? A vain shadow un-
:
noble swer.
Is far beneath mind.
'S .. A. BIjers: S Nor., 1845. Apalachicola: Fa. 4 Canvassed Hams. Full oft a better eed a U 8Own. S. fit.to taint ihe noble mind of man! :Mao TIMX.-Tim? is what we want most, bat

!4CT10iJEER. --wr A'Nif COMMISSION.5 --. Liberal advances made on consignments. 5 CASKS Canvassed Hams, for sale by By choostnsr thus the kinder plan ; .. .! should live,to honor God,' and in .doing so what we use worst; for which we must all

S S. .. .. .......'!So.W."NERCHANw .trjt., '. The strictest attention paid to Sale out Doors.. S WOOD. & CO, For if but little good is known ennoble himself. account, when time shall be DO more.' ; ..
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March ,7 32 Water-st.: ; .Still let us speak* the best we can. '5 1
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(From the N. Y. Coin.; Advertiser, Iay 5.] Oregon question, as printed by order: of COMMERCIALAMERflSER.AFALACHICOLA C aie. ifrom the Seat of War. j [For the Coedftercial Advertiser.MR. -Primvlpnwhicb, (u he IDi1 t

Eight Days Later. Parliament : By the afl'va1of,. the_ schr.-D.S..Gregory'} EDrroa: : the Maragna language) being llaterprtte(

THE STEAM CAMBRIA ASHORE. T. Earl of Aberdeen, to Mr. Pakcnham* 1840.OS on Wednesday, from New-Orleans, we In: offering, for the consideration of the public, wise asa serpent, gentle a* idori r\
SATUBDAY MAY 16
By the New Haven. boat, which arrived FOREIGN OFFICE, March 3, 1846. r have the following information from the my 'previous.'remarks' on the evils) of bur muni. it not be better for tbo Council, to 40 Qt..":'Jpredeee"lors

half-past 4 o'clock yesterday.afternoon,eight SIR-I have much satisfaction in convey- The following gentlemen are (authorized theatre,of, bostililies between'the ,U. S. and cipal government, I carefully attained from .11 of eight lean ago did, tm

days !later: intelligence from England was ing, to you the entire approval of Her Ma Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,and will Mexican armies. The document contain* political acrimony, and more particularly rob I Similar ei mstances-that is, pt IOme
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received in this city. jesty's government of the1 steps, which is receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertisement all rude personalities. The subject was considered in I their employment-son wielder ??

Another bit of bad luck has ,tumbled reported in your despatch of the 29th of $:- ing the information is in manuscript form, one on which all partizan feeling ought to spade by day,and of the pen by night enk_ *

upon one of the Cunard steamers. The January, you took, and of the letter which MESSRS. MASON & TOTTLE, 38 William Street, and was thrown on board the Gregory just be permitted to subside, and.on which, in comparison of natin wit and sense,of whoa 1 ,
Cambria has ashore in the you addressed to the American Secretary New York. the mouth of the the make IO
gone neighborhood at Mississippi, by
with the welfare of whole could
of State for the of DAVID BRAVO, Es! ., New Orleans. a community, hey readily find sennl-and it rheJ '
of ascertaining '
Cape Cod. The following account purpose WM. W. CHEEVER, Esq., Albany Ga. steam schooner Florida, direct from Point i individual importance sunk into insignificance, to prevent reform of the charter
of the disaster' fc taken from the books at clearly and authoratively whether the United JAMES H. WILSON, Esq., Fort GaInes, Ga. or izuvej
the Exchange hi Boston- States Government would be disposed to Major JACK HAHDMAN, Eufaula, Ala. Isabel bound for New-Orleans. while it, was expected that men of character, of their conduct, entrust the matte

"On Saturaay 'rtight.i about 20 minutes admit the application% of the principle of an -- The Gregory, Capt. Young was only whatever their political predilections personal This plan the present writer acknowledm2l)

before 12 o'clock, lh weather being foggy, arbitration in the Oregon question on any THE STEAMER "PEYTONA" arrived hereon three days iu making the trip from New- prejudices, would unite in the effort to remedy : out feeling ashamed of the factdrove, him''

and the boat running at half speed, jU8t as other terms than those which they had already Monday evening last, at about 8 o'clock, Orleans and these accounts are later thanwe the defects in our charter, and to establish purity ,time referred to, from the attempt he f,it: "

she, was about being stopped for the purpose rejected. i from Columbus bound for Pittsburg Pa. received by yesterday's mail. i in its administration. It is true I was forewarnedthat aiming at; and, acted upon with equal

,the bottom.of sounding The, she touched slightly on In thus and acting satisfactory, )OU have manner, in ,the anticipated most judicious She had! many passengers, and among them On the 1st inst. the main body of the there were some persons in the community would do .o again. But their presents chi '
immediately
engines
reversed, but she remained were hard nnd fast-, the instructions which I was preparing to were some young and gallaut spirits, en Army of Occupation marched from its 'camp whose interests would be so seriously affected by i an opponent whom he may not hereafter

An anchor and stern cable were then carried forward you on this snbject.We their way to join the American Anny on the on the Rio Grande, leaving as a garrison any attempt at reform, that they would certainly but to whom he cannot surrender.
I have now nothing to do but to await here oppose it. It was to be expected that if honorable After all,opposition to reform of
out, but after heaving on it the anchor Rio Grande. The "Peytona": lay in the field work opposite Matamoras the: oar m1l,
came home. She then canted broadside Mr. Buchanan's reply to your appeal to until about 5 o'clock on Tuesday evening,I members of the City Council had grown rich government, whether from members of tht)
to the beach. It was then discovered by him. although I collect from your despatch bid 7th regiment of Infantry, and two companies by speculating on the toil and sweat of the humble cil, their friends, of the few perverse c-

communication with the shore that she was that your proposal will certainly be refused. when she unfastend her moorings, us of Artillery, commanded by Capt. laborer of, or petty contractor with the corporation the community who advocate' per-*

'aground on the beach, ofTTruro, abo'it fire Should that reply, however, be of such a one long farewell through her steam-pipe Lend and Lieut. Bragg, the whole commanded they would be displeased at the attempt harmless, when arrayed against wrong the, "i1l
''miles South of the nature to give ground of hope that the mata with three cheers from our citizens num_
Highland light, Cape: by Major Brown :7th Infantry.On to cut off'such a source of lucre. As the mem who are oppressed by the false
'Cod. and was heading South. There ter in dispute may be brought to an amicable who had assembled the wharf to bid system, cr'..
was on the 2d t the army encamped at Point bers of our Council have no regular pay for their l have been disappointed, embarrassed
issue of direct I
considerable swell on, by means negotiation, crb
although fortunately friends "good-by"and: witness her departure Isabel the of the services, and are but indifferently compensated r verished the
it was entirely calm. Our anchors were shall gladly avail myself of such an open -early on mornmg 3d a I by by necessity this system has p1aa4
carried out and every effort made to heave: l ing. If not, it will then be for her Majesty's -put gallantly! out for the Gulf. There heavy cannonade was heard in the directionof their hotiora, they must naturally deem as II high them under, of selling claims against the eorpo.

her off. At ihe latest accounts !ihe remained Government to consider what measures itmay were thirty -forty passengers on hoard, Matamoras;; which was continued duringthe sounding nonsense" any complaint against their ration, at an enormous: discount, to member

perferctly tight." be. expedient to adopt; in order to meet bound for the North and West-some to, day, and ut long intervals through the: : holding offices, taking contracts, or receiving pay the Councii. All such opponents will findfa of I
As soon as the tiding reached Boston any emergency which may arise. lam &c. for superintending jobs. Tile man who has long
arrangements ABERDEEN. seek permanent homes, some hi search of night, and during the day of The fourth. every attempt they may make, that tleEasin
: were made for sending assistance (Signed) been accu omcd to preside, like a satrap or proconsul proverb, "Goo has given short
links
pleasureami others to encounter the hardships to the .
the of communication. mischievous
: ; the steam towboat Robert B. Forbes Owing to difficulty I
adomain however
over Lilliputian, and, "
and the steamboat Gener-.l Lincoln put off The Earl of Aberdeen to JlJr. Pakenham. and perils of war. May good fortune with the fort, no intelligence was received]I I under the of elephant, u a true one. When ibfe.:
but 2eal for
guise a specious false
on Sunday evening wiih :i strong force ofmen FOREIGN OFFICE. March 3, 6 P. M., 1846. attend them particuhnly the ladies and I at Head respecting the result ofthe j jured, the honest and the intelligent manj coa.:
Quarters (the common welfare, to make it instrumental to bine
their
in the
and an express was sent to Hingham. I SIR:Since my preceding despatch or r t the soldiers. energies work ofrefona.ti,
cannonade until the of the 5th h
with directions for the steamboat Mayflower t this day's dale was written, 1 have received ( morning > his personal aggrandizement, will be expected to interested, the ignorant and vicious few will n.

to put off also. your despatch of the 5th of February, with Capt GREEn, assured us that the Pey- when a party sent forward: to communicate, manifest a hostile resistance to any attempt t to pose it in vain. It is only necessary to call p&:

'The latpst intelligence from the Cambih."received : ,. 1 its enclosure: by which you put me in possession tona" was only going on a pleasure cruize, brought a despatch from Maj. Brown, announcing check his vanity! or avarice by abridging his lie attention to the subject in a proper manner

at Boston, was to 11 o'clock of of the final icjeciion by the United I and would return iu the f.ill; to attend t to the particulars, a brief statement power or emoluments. Beside, in every assemblage i and when that is done there is not mtch

Sunday rnornin;. All the passengers had I States Government of our proposrl of a reference business, and walk through the Race ofPaths" which follows- of individuals composing a community, it t for fear that measnres for the public poosj:
gizd:
been landed. The of the Oregon question to arbetra.ion. wJUj,
safely !ship broad
lay as heretofore. was known r there must be afewv, whose mindsare .
speedily triumphant.If
At 5 o'xlock the of the :3d
side to the shore, heading West, not leak- ( : on morning :i
in!; and apparently; not strained in i the le.ist. There is, of course, no time before the \Vcdnesday evening last, we had the fir e! was opened upon the fort from one of so unfortunately constituted that they are incapable circumstances do not prevent my cflerci
Nine of the arrived) Boston departure of the mail of this evening, for cf discriminating between right and another article to the public through
passengers at : of short the Mexican batteries, and was continued I jour fr*
taking n excursion the
ycsterday morning, hariri;; nt to shore by P the consideration of so serious :a question as pleasure on with 7 The tire wrong; while, i it id more to be deplored, there umns, I will endeavor to show the absurdity II
wading:: through the surf. They reported I j. t thai; which is involved in ihe President's decision new, light-draught, stern-wheel!, steamboal guns. immediately returned will be some who understand the right but prefer our City Charter of denying to the Mayor, &

that the ship wanted ouly two feet more I I as now announced. lam &c. Flint, recently built at Albany, Ga., and 1 and the battery: silenced by our gunsin the wrong. The chances are equal that the power of a coordinate branch of the GAy Lea.

water to float, and as she had 200 tons of (Signed) ABERDEEN. owned by our feJ1uw-"C lizen, WILLIAM S. thirty minutes-two of the enemy's guns former class may, while the latter will,as a matter fe *re. TAXATUS.

coal on board, it was thought she could be The accounts carried out by the Hibernia DAMEREL. The distance run by the Flint IL supposed to be dismounted. of course, oppose any attempt at reform-

sufficiently lightened by pitching this over from this port, the 1st of April, excited -: was (out miles, up the river, against tide Tbe enemy then commenced firing from whether moral or municipal. (Correspondence of the Charleston Courier]
the eels
to and tnossbunkers. a good deal attention. The message \V.LSHIGTO3, My&
The editor of the Boston Mercantile Jour. of Mr. Polk was not considered warlike :: and current, which she made in about an the lower fort and mortar battery. A brisk But while it was foreseen that any attempt to The argument, in the Benton and Tbo

nal, who has passed considerable of his life i indeed some of the public writers profess to hour. On this occasion: her machinery was fire of shot and shells was kept up, but without point out our municipal evils must rouse passionsand mas libel case, upon a motion to pcstpo&i)

on blue water, and knows the soundings,1'1 see the best guarantee for the continuanceof put together hastily and somewhat. loosely, damage to the fort or garrison. affect interests that would inevitably excite the trial for ihe purpose of obtaining the

m.ikes this remark concerning ihe ship's l peace in the expense lo which the United for the of how she A deliberate tire was now kept up by our opposition, the manner in which it has been con testimony of Mrs. Linn, the widow of tb.

position :- ) States will be put by arming fur the purpose ascertaining IS pounders upon the enemy's and ducted has justly excited surprise. The occasion late Dr. Linn, was yesterday brought to a
I is all conflict. The of Mr. ; would perform. It is supposed that when guns close. The Court
: important: that no time should be speech Webster, in did not call for the elegance of the scholar and t decided against the
the of Matamoras the ,
lost iu adopting whatever measures may be favor of the 49th degree, had been much I her machinery is arranged more carefullyand tywn Consulate flags I prayer of defendant's Counsel.
the reasoning of the well be dispensed
deemed necessary to get the ship afloat.. noticed and freely commented on. just as it should be, her speed will be being respected.The logician might Gen. Jones then prayed the Court to a]1.
with but little of the
There is always more or less swell on the The priming establishment of Stevenson acceJerated some minutes in the hour. fire of the enemy was kept up without a decency of Ihe Iowa reasonable time to the defendant U

back of Cape Cod, which rapidly: throws I &; Co., Ediriburg, which was also that o f The cessation until 7 o'clock. At 10 1 it I gentleman was necessary to insure some degreeof prepare an affidavit showing cause for >
up a bank of sand around the hull of ;iny} r Ir t the University, l has been destroyed by fire length of the Flint is 83 feet ; breadth toleranre to even the crudest balderdash of an continuance of (the trial till another term.
Teasel that may be ashore. It is therefore The loss is immense, as the establishment of beam 16 feet and her power is about 11 was temporarily suspended, but recommenced opponent. Your correspondent "A Citizen," To this the Court assented. Mr. FendaJ

seldom the case that a vessel is got oil was celebrated for its characters of all the horse which we fear will be insufficient to and continued at intervals until 13 manifests such an utter want of intelligence,, ;. then renewed his motion to (be Court to issue .

when ashore that part of the coast unless: Asiatic tongues/ particularly the Chinese put her through the strong currents of the o'clock at night.Although blends so obviously malevolence with a deficiencyof an attachment against the Hon. Mr. I

proper measures arc adopted in the most I: Trade in (the manufacturing districts had I Chattahoochee and Flint rivers. it is believed that some 12 to sense and courtesy,4hat it would be unnecessary : Relfe, of Missouri, to compel his attendance
It i is be
expeditious slightly improved, but prices without to as a witness.
manner. were :1500 shots were fired the under ordinary circumstances, to hold him
by during/
The mails and baggage had not been landed change. regretted that her owner did not secure enemy I Mr. Relfe is a brother of Mrs. Linn, and
nt\ last advices. A large number of pas There had been heavy floods iu England! ?renter:: power, which would have placed his this:: period, but one life was lost ou the up to public derision cr contempt. It may, indeed I- a member of the House.

sengers were Wellfleet, ready to take passage causing some damage.; undertaking beyond the contingency of American side-a seargent of B Company, be said his too apparent imbecility oughtto Mr. Crittenden contended that a memberof

in a schooner! for Boston. The old established firm of Latham & (failure. Mr. Damerel a 7ih infantry, being killed. Not one of our claim indulgence even from these he attemptsto Congress was bound to attend as a wit.
Of the news brought by the Cambria we Co., Bankers, of Dover, had failed. Liabilities has the universal dismounted the injure ; and, so long as his folly was no more ness, and attachable for non-attendance, us-
have unfortunately, but a very meagre spe c 100,000.: good wishes of our citizens for the successof ; guns was though enemy'e offensive than folly usually is-so long as it was less it could be shown that bis attendants

cimen. It appears that: two of the passenger LONDON MONET MARKET, APRIL 18.- his enterprise, and he certainly deserves fire was for some time concentrated neither spiteful nor mischievous had a rightto would be detrimental to aha public servxe,.

:?, Gco. B. Blake, Esq., of Boston and IV I Theie has nol been any very material I great credit for his efforts to place upon our 18 pounder battery, and the shot frequently clum the immunity due to the afflicted. But, and conflict with his duties as a representative .
Capt. Chester, managed to effect a landing; change: in the money market since the sailing rivers boat struck the embrasure.At of the people.
a capable of since the of his character has developed
navigating them at infirmity fully
nt daylight on Sunday morning, and) made; i of the Great Western. The bill brokers 5 o'clock on the morning of the 4th The Court has Dot yet decided this
all seaions Of the Such itself since it is found that indispositionto
their way with all speed to Boston, taking; maintain the rates discount at from year. a craft has question.The .
with them only a single paper, th Liver 3 \ to 4 per cent. very successfully. Thereis l long been needed on our waters, and its the fire was resumed by the enemy, continued I- return contumelious language is mistaken for notice, it appears, was dispatched to

pool European Times of Apiil 19 ; and all I no change in the bank rate. To-day the absence severely: felt by our citizens.- for 12 or 15 shots, and kept up at intervals want of power to retort, and indulgence incitesto England, by a special messenger, on the fint

the intelligence we have is furnished by the business is very limited, and prices closedas Should the Flint, trial I during the day, but without effect. increased oflerwiveness is right that a pub- of May. It was sent to Mr. M'Lane with I
insufficient -
extracts from this paper, which appear iu follows: Bank stock 205 lo 206, 3 per for the upon prove I The amount of-damage done to the ene- h lie notice should be stuck up forewarning the IJ instrnctions to communicate it without delay .
all the Bo-ton papers, as follows :- per cents. reduced 94| to 1-51 per cents purposes for which she is wayfarer of the nature of the nuisance. -together with the joint resolution authorizing -
of his
An advance has taken place in I the price reduced 7Gj lo \-long annuities 10 ]-16- designed, her owner will no doubt procure !Iny, beyond silencing battery cannot the President to give it at his: discretion. .
of and India Bonds 30 yet be correctly known. I must confess that, in the communications of Of if the
cotton- the corn market had met t prm-Exchequer bills 20s an engine having power enough to propel course joint occupancy
with to 24s and -- your correspondent, the provocation,although no will be terminated about the h of
a slight improvement. Money was a prm, consuls 95|, for mom-y r. her against any current and 15> lint
scarce commodity. Hnd 96 to 1 for the account. In the foreign ; we hope be Late Front The Army. doubt intended to be very severe, is so exceedingly May and) long prior to that time, it is to b
receive
Parliament re-assembled on the 17th. and funds there has been no material change, may such parroiiage as will secure SEVENTY MEN CUT TO PIECES BY A i slight-the language is so deficient in sense, h hoped that iheqnesiion'will be settled.

the Irish coercion bill wns under discussion. the business iu all cases being exceedingly him a return of the capital invested, with a LARGE FORCE OF MEXICANS. and so utterly devoid of vigor or point-that I[ | A letter from New York says:-

Much complaint 3 mndc: against ministers : t. limited. handsome profit above. The schr. Mary Clare has just arrived read them without perceiving any application, "There is a class of politicians in this

for pressing this unpopular measure. We must not fail to notice the cheer from Brazos Santiago; having left on the till some good natured common friends assuredme city, having facilities to'obtaiu informatics
It was impossible to tell when the tariff bill I j THE REV. DR. LOVICK PIERCE. furnished good 29th ult. Capt. Griffin of the Mary C., i in regsrd lo our foreign affairs, who belie1'
would be again' before the Commons. The Methodist community in this city the passengers of the boat on this and passengers, report that Capt. \Valker, they had it from the highest authority,some that t such communications between Mu? I

Speculuion was still rife as to the fate of have been favored during the past week her trial-I rip. As she bore her course onward with 75 men of the Texan Rangers were t thing was meant by them. It is too apparentthat Mat 'Lane, our Minister to England, and Loud

the corn law bill in the House of Lords.- with the pulpit labors of this able and eminent 1- with the dun waters flowing beneath, nearly all killed and taken prisoners on the t the simple but pompous scribbler who is pi Aberdeen, or some other members of its

Wilmer and Smith state that it was conjectured divine. Public religious service was there was a flow of fluid above of 28th ult. about 20 miles above Point Isabel, forth, by the more sagacious members of the British Government, have taken place, u

that there would be a volt of two- held twice a day in Trinity Church, and avery different''color, and quite a by a superior force of Mexican troops, Council, to indite the vulgarity and abuse which substantially settles all pending difficulties.!

thirds in favor of it in that House, but that gracious influence rested on the con though the stream was amounting to some 1500 men. teems in the communications in question, is too The same thing was believed here, fori

in committee, (where proxies cannot be used I', gregations. On Sunday.Dr. PIERCE preached not so broad, its power was much greater. CaptainValker succeeded in reaching contemptible,as a writer, for a moment's notice; while, but has liule credit now. The terms
it might be thrown out. three sermons in different Methodist A spirited interest was manifested by some Point Isabel at 4 o'clock p. M., on the 26th of no such settlement have been communicated -

The Oregon question and the basis of a churches in the city, in behalf of the American 1- in the success of the craft, but from the with three men only! He immediately applied and should, under common circumstances, no to this Government.The .
compromise have been freely discussed by Bible Society; of which he is Agent to Major Thomas for four men, and more think of heeding what he might put into investigation in the Webster and In-

the British press. The London Times, and took up very respectable collections at counteracting influence of the very excellent announced his determination to proceed toGen. rigmarole sentences, than I would voluntarily repose g ersoll case, will begin to-day by the examination -

which has shown itself to be the organ o. the close of each sermon. These discourses, ice-water aboard, feverish excitement Taylor's camp, or die in tine attempt! in the slough and garbage of a gutter. Yet i of officers of the State department.

the Hudson's Bay Company, on the 18th j in connection with the others delivered by L was not attained, we believe by any. h his object being to communicate the full there are circumstances attending the communications ,i- 1'1 Webster will Dot be here till Monday

contained an article which excited considt"-: him, will be gratefully remembered as exhibitions : The1 Flint left here to-day, for Danville particulars of this attack, without delay to that render it almost impossible to avo Id i next. On Friday, he is to be entertained I
rable attention. It does of divine truth, presented in bis commanding by his friends in Philadelphia.
not object lo the aspects on ihe'Flint river, under officer.N. being provoked into a notice of them. The ar-
49th parallel as a basis. for a compromise- at once original and strikingly hi 0- GAGK. command of Capt. [i: O. Com. Times. tides are read with approbation, and circulatedby A select Committee has been orderedbj
but claims additional advantages of an in ri- pressive. His preaching is eminently suggestive t the House, on the subject of the Marine
portant character. The Times : : it furnishes food for reflection, and DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.-Our citizens were some who claim to possess the power of discerning Corps-its orgauization, employment, the

11 \tT.WI' v.> ;_liililiui.vvj.:.__._.I C1U__*< V'IIJIUU_?!_!___, says CUII112_ ___ -lime' puts. me-, nnncj. upon many a iresu- track- of- ft7'The: Hon. Henry Clay. has reached roused yesterday morning, about 3 o'olock,I the difference between sense and folly 3,, pay drawn by the commandant. &c.

ago, that the 49th parallel ought conveniently thought. Ever and again, in the course of his home near Lexington, (Ky.) in health by the cry of fire. The fire appeared to IC C while they pretend to a moral rectitude above Eighteen thousand bids were made for

to serve as the basis of an arrangement a sermon, when an able argument is about and spirits. have commenced in the back part of the patronising witless slander. They have been the contracts for transporting thb mail ia

; but it i is clear that such a proposal being closed or a principal pushed to i its In giving the above paragraph: the Philadelphia upper story of the building formerly belonging quoted to our ears, by men who would wish to the Western States. The Southern and

must be accompanied with more extensive practical and immediate application, or a U. S. Gazette, says : May the l to Mr. Philip Rodgers, and then I be regarded for their respectabSty, as evidencesof Western contracts will be made this ,ear,
conditions than those heretofore annexed to fining occasion comes up for the scathing venerable statesman occupied by Mr. Hugh Farrior. From the of the municipal and at a saving of 30 or 40 per cent.
continue : purity ,
government
it by the Americans. It must leave Van- power of rebuke, there will be witnessed to enjoy health t this building the fire was communicated to The department will soon be able to P'1
one of those flashed : and happiuess in that centre of his Mrs. Reid's Hotel the lower of of the errors which I have fallen into supposing
ouver'tf Island, the navigation and harbor : of burning thoughts home.- story only its own expenses, even wtihout an alteraflcl
of the Straits of Fucsi, the free use of the which rush over an audience with the re- Every place in this Union every fireside which was occupied and so on from builll- it impure; and, sometimes, in spite of the "cru- of the rates of postage. Mr. Hopkins *&

Columbia and its Northern branches down sistiVss: jjgweep of an electrical current. nay, every hearth, and every heart that is i ing to building to the store occupied by Dr. cified English" in which they are written, theyare report a Bill increasing the rates; and asa *

.to the sea, and an indemnity or compensation I Eye, hmd:: and voice, second with admirable warm, is the home of Henry A. McBryde. at the corner of Market and I cited for the elegance of their diction. It is Bill to regulate by law the pay of Po4masiers. .

to the Hudson's: Bay Company for the effect the outgushings of the fervent which his Clay. A home Perry Streets. Here by the active exer not, then, wholly unnecessary,nor does it involve >
posts they would be called upon to surren- soul within, and you have a specimen of to services as a patriot, and his tions"of the members of the Hook and I I absolute disregard of self-respect, to show the The Post Office appropriaiioj Bill is DO*
der.Ve eloquence in its highest mood and worth as a man, make him Ladder Company, aided by other citizens,
do not pretend to 'point out all ; gvnius welcome.- people, interested in the defence of our City before the House, and is warmfy discussti
the stipulations which it would be the pan of the first order annointed from heaven Wherever he is, :s safety, is power-for the t fire was checked, and Hanrick's corner Ccuncil, the character of the writer who has imposed Mr. Rathbun; said. in the debate, the palj
of a prudent and just policy to require as an and cunsecrated to the service of God and knowledge is and while store was saved, though three times on fire mistake made by Congress in Vatoinf IW
power;
the good of men, stands before During we rejoice The buildings destroyed were nine. himself upon them, or has been nominated I,
equivalent for a concession sn much below you. t that he has returned cheap postage law, was in adojj-ing Ibe tea
our original claims, and, as we firmly be- the preaching of the Doctor's last sermon to Ashland we more Owned. Occupied. as the organ of their sentiments-as the medium cent rate of postage. There should haW

Jieve, our just rights. But the cession of a most estimable lady in the congregation : rejoice that wherever he has been and 1 Store in New'York. through which they are to make public their been no rate above five cents. If we wi
Mr. H. Farrior.
the vacant soil might be politic and endura- was brought to a personal: ; and happy: wherever he may go, in the. wide range of 1 Hotel, Mrs. Reid. Fairl'hilds. hopes, wishes or feas. now take one step down lo the miDimalI

. ble, provided the private rights already lortlcqt.rired knowledge of the forgivness sins, through our country, he will be met with the smile 2 Tenements, Mr. Roberts But to treat the matter more gravely and argumentatively rate, it would remove all the'evil that vat
and faith in Jesus Christ,-the preacher's' theme Before "
:
British complained of in the Bill.
enjoyed by subjects welcome, the true affection due to sacrificing 1 Stable, Harraford. is it not due to the public that a operation
love
being God's for the world evinced in _
were duly respected ; and they must, be- : : the experiment was half made, it w
Store
l 1 Dr. Ames.
yond all question, be protected by the ultimatum I the gift of his son. May it please :i gracious I patriotism. 1" h writer so uneducated devoid of moderationand now attempred to embarrass it and km*
of England. Providence to spare this venerable and eminent R. Donnell. benevolence-should be exposed and punished i it up.
M. E. SorjTH.-The
CHURCH U
Coster "
1 & Coxe.
first Harwell.
Between these two proposals lies the man still many years to the Church.So. general for his presumption in undertaking to defend The Committee adopted the ameDd Dt
Conference of 1" The Bank. Dr.
question of [ Christian Advocate.( the Methodist Episcopal McBryde. so respectable .a body of of Mr. W
peace or war-narrowed as these men as our City M'Kay. appropriating
[Mountgomery (Ala. Adv. ) 825.oooy'
controversies always are to a small iisue; VIRGINIA ELY.CTIONs.-The Wbigs thus Church-1 commenced. its session if) the town -- ) Jayl. Council I Personalities in argument are the resort ] the line of mail steamers from 0*

but, nevertheless, broad enough to swallow far have gained thirteen Delegates, and lost: Petersburg, Va., on Friday, May 1st. A SENATOR WESCOTT'S REBUKE OF INGER- as they are the evidence,'of ignorance, vulgarity to Bremen-thus confirming, to this ext te H

member up the peace of the world. The moderate five. If there be no further changes, the 'very larg number of ministers were in at- SOLL AND YANCEY.-A .letter from Washington :and'imbecility( ;. and though ,in my present the Post office contract. ,The Bill is still tt

Jel! thfiV ,of the :Senate: make" the 49th paral- Loco Foco majority on joint ballot, will be tendance.t Bishop Soule was present, buts says :- course, I: know I am subjecting myself to i the Committee.The .
fighting line. President Senate
Polk 20; last year it was 36! This, we presume I he does charge of being directed and influenced was engaged in an ant
Is evidently more inclined to 1 loan to the side is what Mr. Ritchie Mr. Poll geographically i bclong'to.the What i left-handed blow Senator Wes- by these debate on the Bill provide, for the adJsr.
by L 8
of resistance than means Church South ,and cott has dealt three vices and infirmities, yet the conduct of ) .
.'' of concession; and on rolling stones (be Rocky Mountains! as Bishop Andrew: was at of his political friendsin my p ment of suspended preemptioDJand daunt.
our tide we can really discover no motive of up [Savannah Republican. absent RJr. Early was appointed President i Congress, who have stepped forward to ponent convinces'metfiey are the only weaponshis '
reason or argument justify us in any further assail. the public character of Daniel Web understanding will admit of my applying successfully CHEAP ,vELLJNCT.-The New Yor'

departure from the position assumed COTTON.-In consequence of' c the, late protein., ster! I allude to,Dickinson, of the Senate to ,a defencefrorn his assaults. Oughta Mirror has the following paragraph.t'oTthRivCr r

;Jongago( by the British Government, and and cold. Spring early planted cotton in 07 The'Jews of Frankfort have madean and, Messrs.* .Irjgersojl. .and Yancey of r writer Who. has shown himself incapable of 2Varin .--The eo"P'! ti-

.,.eon ra1ed ,by ,the emphatic declaiations of South Alabama did not generally, come up, t e.ou. se., using'anyother! argument than rude personal.al tion jaw great on this route' ,that 12-,f=
-
0 the.mioi.ters of the crown." and planters bare been forced to plough appeaj.to all their. brethren. in Europe on The'national ] lasibns is now all that is demanded by.some VI
up l debt of France o.oletated as the defender '
amounts to of the
Tbe two following letters are published and replant very extensively, the.subject of establishing a Jewish colony conduct lines, as the fare to,Albany, and it U CP'ted
8,000,000,000 :
francs of ,
about the
or cl333,OOOOQO public servants of
1
as the close of the correspondence on the [uuntsmllt (Ala.fAdvocalc.( i i America. sterling. .' 44 any community that before great while* P5* qcd'
A Citizen manifestly aut foistr aut ca- will be taken for nothing, meaLs snclU

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ad addresses the Editors of (From the Floridi&D.ALUGATOR'E. .]- :< has arisen arMcbwiH bury all.,such:inferior H. G.Guyoaapns pr
} rr s Intellicenccr tbe followiagtb' P.,April ,' 1345. matters in oblivion and knit in one all brave P. Grady, work on street..... ......... 4,50 Per steamer Agnes-Dr Lana,,Capt Blair;Mesa '. ., .
tioall COL. S'BUI'My, object, in addressing and l loyal hearts for the salvation of the Wra.Mclntoshfordrayage3; '75: Salmond W L Scurlock Wm Gray. ,f.- ,

.ohnh1,0 which cannot be better rendered you through the columns of/our very, pop. a -my. t Gen., Worth is not a man to m sunder The,rule'being WUed" the following.bills were Per steamer Peytona-Mrs ,J B Reeves, Mrs : "- -
laaguageD :- journal, is merely direct the attention stand the dades'of' 'such an passed arid allowed,m: J Spencer,"Mrs Sherwood Mrs Hall; Capt Cad .
& D h .owa the oftirtse who are in the habit spending the emer R. Parker, for work on Engine............$6 00 wallader and Lady; Ur A' B Pope, Lady and 4 THE York Packets bav*
Editor of the 'Union' claims gency.Charleston Mercury. P. Price,'for cleaning Engine and cb.tdrl"aTbomaa Carr, Lady and servant; W, commenced their regular trips for,th.

I tlO. DOC Congress upon' the question season Lower of Mineral\ summer at watering this places, to the Hose................ ;.......oiling......;10.00Sam'l Col A McKenzie H Wood'and and Lady; Her-Mr Gay and Lady; season; and will hereafter b dispatched wry
in THE WHOLE 01' Semmes
!J Spring, OaEGol'f.-At tbe late servant Col A
oal '
of the Admioistrarf county. ; ; Monday as follows:
*t > triumph It is Beech, for labor:.............. .. 1 25 Capt Allen ,Dr Spencer News Wm H Kim-
a beautiful reservoir of St. ; ; '
BOH.. bad labored bard to induce the Sulphuric George's dinner, in the City of New DanUPoland.for: ..... ....tkk... .. 76 brougu. Newell, ,W G M Davis, Thot Ormanj Brigt. Captavu. Tonagf. Tune eftcilin*.
1 w0' pasS a naked notice; but the Mineral Water of remarkable depth aud York, Mr. ,Barclay, the British Consul, in The committee to whom were referred the fol. James H.Davia, R J Moses, W B Barrow, A T, Excel, Smith,' $ Ma y June 15, July t
floose IB modified the resolution re- transparency, fed by a large and impetuousstream tbe course of his remarks. said lowing accounts, reported! favorably and they Bennett, E Reed J H Hill, A Gambrill, C W Clinton, 'Andrews, 598, M .. 22.AQ.
SDUle ', ?'Commiuee on Foreign Affairs springing forth from the left bank of "All of OrtgonKs not worth half the loss were passed and allowed:' J onesb4 G Smith C B Wood Eicbelberser, D Aaa, Sherwood,878. 18, ,2. 10

ported 1 rebuke the extteme ul- the River Suwanee, above low water mark. which the, apprehension of war respecting M. Carrigan, for drayage.$7 00 Green, Wm Sherwood, John Appling, S.vaO.'Hawley Johnsoo, 896,Tone.25,Jol 6! 11
to 431 1
ia .ocb Id flay of the as President a&J:! tbe Eiecu- Such is its peculiar configuration, that by it has already produced. Were I not afraid Sloop Oregon for ballast.............. ..10 00 James L Reeve McCabe S Ramsay, S :S Solomons; Muter Madison.* :Hoey, 814,, 8,,. 2y) .. S

trapou: \ Editor seeing that. it was un.tlted&O suspending rope from one side to I the other, of becoming tedious, I might from person Com. Advertiser. for printing.... .... ..35 00 Per steamer Charleston Messrs Davis,Garrard j These are all of the first class,, hiving '
tie Butt for .. .... ..... yel
M. M.
drayage. .56 25 '
several and
it Bummy Barton.
: al
obtain a naked nothte, cried persons may grasp and float with experience, give' ,ou some idea of the very Ja a cmmMio State Boon*, trilb
J. W. Babcock for tower to House.30
Engine
00 Per steamer Emi1yIrs Stow, Mrs Starr.
ravishing pleasure the bosom value the valuelessness if I might to admit Ireo
himself satisfiedgoiaiiouof upon of its or ( use a circuUtioa of
;
professing out
i I' nod : On motion, the Council then adjourned. Messrs Stone, Stow, Averett, Battle, Johnson, I sod
VictOry'- the HoQse. directed buoyant aud limpid waters. It is situated that word) of the country beyond Lake -. Stool, Perry and air, by men of long aP
rlth the, prevent forttfer, modification. of in a section of our State, the proverbial Huron. [LGo on.] Then you must pardon COMMERCIAL.REMARKS- Per steamer Hansng. McCal Lady and : rience in the trade who will spare D

liseff to in the Senate. The discuselj characteristic: of which has been health, the appearance of egotism. Gentlemen, it servant: Mr Crowsin and Mr Baker, redderpassengr They will !. ,comfortable as possible.

sd fasted hut a few (days to thc Senate arid a perfect exemption from disease of was my honorable task, after five years of and Per N Hawley.steamer Peytona, for New Orleans and I in_ sJl cases nuay. &acherttd ant
ON THE MARKET b oy
*'a Preside .' was compelled by ihe I every character exposed service about the upper lakes and Pitubunr-Mrs J B Reeves, Mrs Sberwocd Miss detention tot rifr.t s Bettha snm.can seccrsd bf
reLbe aMressed to an intelligentfcrc I The exhibition of the water internally, above them, to superintend tbe establish. FOft THE PAST W EL. Jones, Miss Hayden Miss Maclay Capt Ca- applying b

0 f reason the Senate and country, with occasional external,applications in the ment of the now much-talked of 49th par- \Ve have to note a very dull and inactive state wallader and Lady;,Dr A B Pope Lady J. WASHBURN '

Dltioo.btirisl ttd 10 l\h' ttawood.. that he manner of ablution or bathing, has effected allel of north latitude, at the Lake of the of affairs during the past week. The war-like Rynear children,; Mr Sharpirss Thomas S Capt-Hayden Carr and lady, Cap W &WILE.
,
'tjjal all| hope of compromise subjugation of diseases of the most ob.. Woods, in the year 1625, and there to erect like news from Mexico, the advanced rates of B Cap, Reed Casper W J ne9.; Me.1 Savannah. Apfl;; 23, 1846. lSt

did DO bet fleve and that he was not prepared stinate chronicity, and which had previously a monument. I tell you BS a fact, that for freight, together with the scarcity of money and Gambrill. Wm Sherwood, James McCabe Clem FOr IlaVrc

"* *t ftfleno1,nation iuto war for the whole baffled some of the most distinguished med! the distance of one thousand miles before I difficulty negociating exchange-all! these causes i Davis, A G Smith, John Sealy, Clinton Judd, THE fine
PROBtTS ,
ship DetrJ
,topunij, &,e the. aDd' that. if England| would ical minds in the United States.It reached that point, though I visited nume. combined have given a check to business operations I John Per Adams brig Tybee; Master for L Pidvidence Reeves -Rev 5Ir Dickinson .master, has three-fourths of ,her cargo s.

if OregOfl. ; the basis| of the 49th,} (!c- has been truly gratifying to the heartsof rous posts and forts, /is they are called of and for the time being nearly suspended alii Mr I 1 Rusl.RECEIPS .engaged, will meet with dispatch. For

comproriatitutle, he ws rady. But all the numerous friends of this celebrated the fur-traders between the months of May transactions in our principal staple. : balance of freight or pasage.havingiplendid ao*

.. satisfy the Senete, nor induce watering place. when made acquainted with and October, which are the most favorable Since our last report another steamer the Cam. : FROM THE I ERtOk. cfmm"dJhon., apply to the C.ptin. or to

V is diJ not what the President was the practical benefits which liave been so for vegetation, I never could obtain one sin- bria, has arrived bringing dates from Liverpool to Per steamer Agnes-9 bales cotton to A N ISAAC ., WRIGHT.

that body aniious to give to obtain-that is to say the 1 signally produced by the medicinal virtuesof gle vegitable potato, carrot, turnip, or the 19th ult. These: accounts although f4vorable McKay 15 sacks; corn 1 box to tobacco A G Scm to Wm mes. G Porter &Cb; April ': 3 Columbus Block. .

most resolunon. if nothing better could! his foundation of remedial talUniHtiic even a salad; '-to check the stringent !thirst fore otton, have produced no effect upon our market Per steamer Peytona-S2 bale cotton to Hi For

H use but naked npticc as lfte.tflinS most influence. Its curative powers have been which our salted meat produced, or to allay Any advance, which under more favorable Dawson & CD; & Young; 8 THE Liverpool.

be-i'hud. The Senate chose to instruct'hinijftSircu : triumphantly displayed in all cutaneous af. the apprehension of scurvy. 1 leave it fur circumstances would, in all probability, have taken N McKay; 6 to Wylie te McKenzie; 2 to order. .'Week master, having HURON;

: to re-open negotiation* and to I labor t tJ' ft'ctiolJs. as well as enlargements and indu you to imagine wlmt :uxuries are to be expected :. place, has been neutralized by the depressing Howard Per stettm& Rutherford Charleston: 222-345 to A bales N McKav cotton; 152 to -.--_ cargo engaged* will have dispatch

'lIer seitle 01 jly the ihmculiy by netzotiaiiuii-hy t a rations of a portion of the abdominal vis by going further." influence: above referred to. to John C Maclay: 1U9 to McKay &Haruhorne; lor the abjve poit. For freight, apply to

to the basis of the 49th degree. cera. Mercurial impregnations, of which -. The quantity of cottar on the market is quite 1 to Lockhart fc Young March 21_J. DAY Si Co.

taetV..Sever upon was: an administration f more sixa1ly there are so many distressing instances in THE tc-TREAsuRy.-77re JVaTth useSysltm.The i large for the season, while the stock on hand and I'awson Per steamer& Co;Emily 220 to-Lockhart 246 bales&cotton Young;to Hi For Liverpool.

defeated and, rebuked ; and yet tire organ the South, conscqumr upou the experiments United Slates Gazette makes I on shipboard exceeds that of last year 12,803 bales Harper &Holmes: 124 to A N MtfKay: 4T to J THE superior Br. bark

still crying Victory! victory! This of accutsed, empiricism may be thoroughly the follo\vingjust remarks on the subject of The tonnage in port is quite light: and unless the W 32 to Wm G Porter & Cu; 64 to JohnC Power, master \i C'BEJ.LND t

is hypocrisy ought to! be expose'', and the eradicated by the charming corrective relieving the country from the evils of the arrivals are more free, there will probably be some Maclay. 53 to Howard Rutherford; 19 to For freight, apply
bid of the waters of this spring. Sub-Treasury by the establishment of the Dodge& Pratt; 2 to Wvlie & McKenziePer .rrh21 J. DAY rOe
anJ agency ,
./ea constantly vigorously. impressed difficulty in making ship\Il\ hts.i steamer Agne!18 baleicotton to Lockhart 1 &
a the country that the \\T1tig party, aid- During the approaching season, which Warehousing System t i In ah the Gulf Ports, at the latest dates, the &Young: 2 boxes tobacco to B S Hawley; 1 do For New York.
**
el the conservative Democrats, have, by commences in June, the arrangements under The members of Congress, and} their : stock of Cotton on hand and on shipboard,exceeds Thos Preston; 37 sacks earn to D Rafley. THE fast sailing packet brig .'O-

thus hv defeating the Administration, probabr the direction of the pleasant and accommodating copartizrtns, who are pressing upon tbe people I that of last year 143,000 bales: while the number .REA, Conway, master, will have irn-

sared the nation from war. The present proprietor. D. T. TREZVAXT. Esq.. the monstrous absurdity of the Sub- I of square rigged vesseles is 40 less than last year. EXPORTS. iiediate dispatch For freight or pas-

posture of this whole question oughtto and his accomplished lady, I dare Sri,). will Treasury Bill, claim much credit for their The decrease in receipts at all the Ports, up to BOSTON -.Per bark TiberiuT-1025 bales cot j e, having splendid accommodations, apply to
in strong contrast with what be in character with his present determination remedial application of the warehousingsystem. ton. the master, or t
be held-up In our opinion just in latest dates, amounts. to 371,503 bales. PROVIDENCE- bug Tyben bales May 9 NOURSE. STONE CO.
,
have been if Congress had sustained to render the situation of all who may proportion &
ii would COTTON.: -The receipts since this day week, cotton. ,
President in the position which he f3vor him with a visit as agreeable and well l to the remedial operation of the latter, is the For New York.
the amount to 2,357 bales and the to 1,763
pleased as possible. His residence is censure for time former due to those parti exports THE fine fast and
coppered
hU message. agreeably sailing
assumed in bales leaving the stock on hand, including all on MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
shuttled: upon the banks of the beautiful sans. Why should the ingenuity of Con .copper fastened bark Z- ULYG Liver-

COJSFLtMEST TO MR. WEBSTER.-The Suwannee, over-looking ihe placid! and gress be taxed to apply :a remedy to a non- shipboard not cleared, 29,307 bales, against 16,531bales : more, master, wi have despatch for the

mirror-like surface of the waters of that existing evil ? Why should we be told that same time last year. PORT OF APALACHICOLA ..*...May ]6. above port. For passage p. having very
of the New
Washington correspondent lovely stream. The umbrageous foliage of the warehousing system greatly' lessens the In onr last Saturday's report, we noticed a very superior accommodations, apply to

York Courier writes as follows:- ihe many beautiful trees (bat adorn the yard, evil operations of the SubTreasuryVhy moderate! demand the market: at the close of operations May 11-Briq Tybee CLEARED., McCormack, for Provi- May 2_WM. G. PORTER & Co.

A fiue tribute of respect and confidence affording a rich canopy of green not unlike not open the eyes, of Cor.gress to the presenting quite a dull appearancesalesof de'rice, bv E B Batlou. For NeW York.

"as paid 10 Mr. Webster last (Tuesdayeve-) Shenstone's magnificent parterre, under supreme folly of passing a law so obviously the day not exceeding 300 bales. On Monday May 12-Steamer Peytbna Greer for New Or. THI new packet bark M.lGD.lI.

Bine. The whole body of Whig members which to reppse and luxuriate at noon-day, bad. so injurious in all its operations. as to there was no material improvement in the demand, leahs. & master. For freight or passage,

of both Houses. by a sort of conseniancous in spite of the rays of an almost tropical require another law to make it tolerable ?- the sales reaching only 400 bales. Tuesday the Bugbee May 16-s-Bark& Howard.Tiberius, Sean, for Boston by having superior accommoaion apply

impulse: determined in the course of the sun. The four-footed inhabitants of .the Why inflict the evil at all ? Why create transactions did not reach 100 bales. and on Wednesday Brig WaKulia, Miilford, for New York by C S 10 [May 2]_DODE &PR .

morning that they would in mass make a contiguous forests are numerous, presenting the necessity for a remedy? Really we not a single bale was sold. On Thursday Tomlinson. For Boston*

fisitto Mr. W., antI he was accordingly requested opportunities for rare and exciting chase to feel about as much gratitude to Congress for the Cambria's news reached us via Columbus, but ARRIVED. -, THE fine brig PLEIADES, Carter

to remain at horn anJ receive his the rural rambler and sportsman. The finny their remedial measure. as we should to a had no effect: upon the market-sales of the day May 13-Schr D S Gregory, Young, fm New master, will meet with dispatch. For

fneiids. He did so ; and the meeting was tribe abound in the crystal waters of the young surgeon, for an exhibition of lancet 43 bales Yesterday the market remained in the Orleans. passage only apply to

coke: a memorable! one. On one side the river close by, presenting those aquatic attractions and cups for general and tepical bleeding, same state, but one small lot changed hands. Today May 14-Ship Dumbarton Pendleton, from May 9._D. B. WOOD & Co.

most unquestionable manifestations of admiration which suit the peculiar gusto of as a remedy for a blow which lie had determined thert- is no change in the appearance of things; Charleston Steamer,Agnes to D B,Wheaton Wood &, fmChattahoochee Co. Forae .

and regard on the other a decorous tbe patient fisherman. In short, nature in to bestow upon us. Doubtless some factors are anxious\ to sell, but buyers seem Steamer Peytona, Greer, from Columbus. THE ,for sale the

: but not concealed sense of gratification one of her most pleasant moods. has made venesection would assist to prevent some of indisposed to go oa in tbe present unsettled state Steamer Charleston Freeman fm Columbus. ..schooner "PLANET." She came

at such an unusual but most significant ample contributions of every thing from the evils of bruising and the warehousing of affairs. Steamer Emily Hall, fm Columbus. four hunre barrel: under ,deck, and is

proof of undiminished confidence-and, as which to derive pleasure: happiness: and system will certainly obviate a portion of the The sales of the week will Jot exceed 700 bales; sold for no (.ul only that she i is too small for his

it t may be safely added-of unanimous! ease to soften the asperities of the mind, evils of the Sub-Treasury why bruise? we make no change in our quotations, but in the LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. business. I she is not sold at private sate before
scorn of the pihry: but malicious attempt and impart to it renewed vigor and useful why make a Sub-Treasury ?" SHIPS Saturday 16th inst., she will then be offeredfor
present state of the market they must be considered Dumbarton Pendleton. 499 tons, fm Charleston, sale at auction. Apply to B. Ellison & Co.
EttJe: on the floor of the House to stain his ness. Those ol.l red-faced ,mercurial; looking merely nominal.LIVESTGOL. waiting-D. B. Wood
character in the management of the secret sinners, who have grown old in the practice TilE GR.-\VEYARD.-'fhe following eloquent CLASSIFICATION. Cotton Planter, Pratt, 501 ;, fm New York, May 9, 1846. 19-lt lE
iemce: fund. His associates in Congress. of the principles of Epicurian philosophy and beautiful extract is from "The waiting Nourse, Stone to Co. _
Village Graveyard" written the Rev. Mr. 1346. 1345. Carolus, Stern tons, fm Charleston, waiting Atli&ncum
by *
especially the members of the House of that the pleasure of eating and drink. .. .. .. ...
Greenwood of Boston Inferior: .. .. a 5i 4J a 41 Charles Rogpr A; Co. is that dis
, Representatives, were the more earnest ing are of more importance than the immortality : Ordinary.... .. ...... .53 a 64 5 a 51| Probus De Vries, 647 tons, for Havre, loadingI NOTICE hereby given, having
, thus to testify their feelings; because of of the soul may here give additional I' I never shun a graveyard ; the thoughtful ; Middling... ...........6} a 64 5J a 5$ M Wright. John Adams from my employ all
which it inspires is grateful Good Middling. .... ....6 7 Huron. for debts due the "Jlt/unieum" must be paid tome,
the course adopted by the majority of the practical illustrations of their faith, by melancholly } a 5 a Weeks, 514 tons, Liverpool l, loadingJ -
rather than disagreeable to me it gives me Middling Fair..7 a 7J \ Day & Co. no other person having any authority to collect
House, of culling off by the previous question the occasional knife and fork discussion of tread the roof; of that Fair. ... ......... ... ....7* a 8 a 6J Alexander, Leeds, 591 tons, fm Havre, loading- the same ; and all contracts made in reference tt .
the opportunity of expressing their the merits of a venison bam rendered still no pain to on green Good Fair..8 a 8$ nominal. Master. furnishing supplies for the said house, or in any

feelings in debate: alter the reception of the more palatable by the occasional- libation ofa dark mansion, whose chambers I must occupy FREIGHTS Since our last report, masters have Dauntles Rogers, 6 tons, for Liverpool, loadingS mater in relation thereto, must be made with
and I often wander from choiceto '
President's message declining; to answer the glass of porter or mint julep. soon ; advanced their pretensions and are now firm in in person.
a place where there is neither soitude: Solon, Bucknam,50 tons, fm Havre waiting The above establishment will in future be
kept
call of the House for and
secret Permit remark Colonel, with
papers. me to more demanding 3-4d. to Liverpool, and 13-Sc. a"1 l-2c. D Co.
after nor society-something human is there ; open by the undersigned, and he solicits a share
Mr. reiteration of his
Ingersoll's : of seriousness than jocularity, that the re- Havre. Small have been taken to fill
to parcels
: :ARQUE.
but the folly the bustle, the vanities, the Z Ria Livermore 323 for New York of the public
charges. juvenescent principle df the waters of the for Liverpool at ll-16d. Coastwise 3-4c. is !?, tons, patronage.JOSEPH
up SCHROTD.
pretensions, the pride humanity are gone loading-Wra G Porter & Co.
PMCES WHEAT HOlUSD Mineral Spring, i is neither miraculous nor men are there but the passions are hushed freely offered, !but there being a great scarcity of Due de Orleans! Robertson, tons for Havre, Apalachicola, April 25, 1846.i .
or AT altogether hypothetical, and therefore that and their still malevolence has vessel, no engagements have been made at that loadm-E Ozanne. : Mr. ROBERT SHAW is authorised to collectall
spirits are
,
ABROAD.-By maiy it is supposed the proposed uninteresting class of personages denominated Magdala, Dodge, 293 tons, for New York loading I "
rate. The late news from Mexico, and the con debts due the Ath ne"m. J. S.
lost its of harming i is sated
change in jhr Policy of the British bachelors and old maids, may contemplate power : appetite -Dodge & Pratt. _
ambition lies low, and lost is cold sequent apprehension of enhanced rates of Insurance Cumberland Power 402 tons, for Liverpool
Government in admitting foreign Grain at by its use: a change of feeling and ; anger Twenty Dollars Reward.
from in the Gulf have had the eflVct loading-J Day & CO.BRIGS..
ports
hits done all ended all
alow n'of duty, will greatly benefit the temperament, not at all incompatible with ravins disputes ale 'f WILL be paid for the apprehension of
farmers of this in them effect tbe of revelry is over tbe fellest animosity is deeply to advance the rates in-British Bottoms, at the :v'the Negro man HAYS, who ranaway
country giving anew a disposition to assumption a
market for their grain. Mr. Charles delicate which buried and the most dangerous sins are same time causing a pause in this department of Cayuga, Mitchell, &2S7 Pratt.tonsfor Philadelphia, loading M_. from Pensacola between the 15th and 20th
responsibility they may -Dodge
Hudson of Mass.: one of the must intelli have long earnestly desired, but owing to safely confined by the thickly piled clods of business. Pleiades, Carter, 234 tons, for Boston, loadingD _' "of March. HAYS is a likely Negro. cf
ligrit color, about 23 or oi 5 feet 8
age
the vice is dumb and and B Wood & Co. 3Jeal
valley powerless,
;
tent and useful members of Congress;; has: certain intrinsic difficulties, have not been virtue is waiting in silence for the of From New Orleans and Mobile, we have datesto Morea, Coaway. 261 tons, for New York, with or 9 inches high, rther ; 'can read and
bestowed much attention upon ibis subject, able to effectuate.In trump the 9th inst. In both of those markets, the patch-Noursp. Stone & Co. write, and i is a first rate Steward o Waiter. It
the and the voice orUod. '
and has made a speech UPOn it in the House. conclusion 1 most cordially commendMr archangel same causes were operating to depress prices. i is more than probable that be has forged the

He insists that any expectation of benefit Trezvant to the patronage: of the citizens The Insurance Offices in New Orleans have put up Franklin Circuit Court.IN signature of Mrs. A. M. Dade to a pass, with
to BI from the change in the British policy of Middle Florida, and of the South City Council/Proceedings. Northern Ports the CHANCERY. which he hopes to escape to a free State. The
covering WAR
COUNCIL CHAMBER, ) the rate to ,
above reward with all will be
wrll ** expenses
not be realized. From J necessary
Parliamentary generally. WEDNESDAY: EVENING May 13, '46. ) risk," to 3 per cent. We have been allowed the Mary Ann Rouen,} paid for his apprehension and to Mrs.
leports he establishes that from 18C9 to Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts,Mayor; perusal of a letter from leOrteans, under date vs. V Bill for Divorce. Dade Pensacola. deler
1343. the annual importation of Wheat and PROBABLE EARLY ADJOURNMENT orCONGRESS. Councilmen, Messrs. Guyon, Rinaldi, Scbifler, from John Rouen.lor ) LEWIS MIDDLETON.
of the 9th inst., received by yesterday's mail, apr25 17-3t A.
The National of from the affidavit of the Solicitor
Intelligencer appearing
QMt -
flour into Great Biiltain was about Green Peck Butt and Hancock.
,
Day The Floridian at Tallahassee, andj the Apa-
which we make the following t"xtract-
11,000,000: the heaviest importation being Sntnrday siys : The minutes of the last meeting were rea of the complainant that the defendant, John lachicola Advertiser, pnblish the above .
U Freights to Liverpool tbis morning stiff at fcd-* Rouen, resides beyond the limits of the State of wi
3.000.000{) From what we have casually heard in and .
() m 1842, an J the lightest 22 .OOO) approved.The three times and send this office.
asked for New York. As for Exchange, it can Florida. It is ordered that publication be madein bi
jn 1835. Of the importation of 1842 the U. conversation, we think it quite possible that Clerk reported the returns of the HarborMaster |c
states and the North American Colonies the Tariff question. and some others. may and Marshal for the month of April last, hardly be negotiated at all-Al bills on New Yorkat the Commercial Advertiser onee a week for the Congres Spring Water
read and ordered file. ds. sold 1 discount. space of four months, of the institution of this schr. LeRoy and for sale by
furnished about be suffered to lie over to another Sessoin, which were on 5 st. yesterday at pr. ct. TS receive per .
of which fuur-
5,000,000 suit, him to and answer to Ihe '
.
requiring J. C. ALLEN.opartuershtp.
and that the appropriation bills, &c., The Finance Committee reported having set- Money is worth 2 a 2J pr. ct. pr. month. appear _
Jf'hs went from the British Colonies.From .- may tled the accounts of the Treasurer up to the 1st said bill on or before the first day of October next, '
> 1830() to 1843, at the five great wheat be passed in short order, so as to allow Con- April last, and found them correct having can. or the same will be taken as confei against .

!mrktls:! j in Europe the average price of gress to adjourn much earlier than they pos celled! $1560 S6 city liabilities,and burnt $3 city COTTON STATEMENT. Last. him, and such further order in premise} THE !uctbr respectfully inform their
wheat do if the in Congress year.StockonhandlstSept. as to the Court seem ad public that they have
can majority may proper.A
was S3 bushel viz Dant- sibly tae
cenis per : scrip.Mr. .. .. ....4 3 into Mr. EUGEXE W. ROGERS.
llc 91, Hamburg 90, Amsterdam 99. Ant- should, as the government paper has intimated Guyon, from the Committee on the Fire Received past eekh .... .....2.357u I ( Copy-Tete.) partnership CHARLES:ROGERS i Co.
WM. VALLEAU Clerk.
/p98, Odessa! 64. For the same length that they positively would. serioulycndevor Department, reported the proposals received by prevlla ly...... ..I02t35 April 7, 1846. ,
chime, at the in this the now to pass a new Tariff bill. them ,for building an,Engine House, which were Toral..bales -104,796 147498 MaI16,1846. 20-4m
seaports ,
country The to which we refer is, that it has: read by the Clerk, and thereupon Mr. Day offered Exported pat wet'k.......... .1.763 .
"enge price of Wheat was Sl.25, being rumor t' prrviousty..73.726. weeks after date, I will apply lUST received, a few cases of fashionable white
the resolution, which was adopted: NOTICE-i
37 teals more than the average per bushel been determined at a consultation of the Resolved following That the Committee on the Fire Total.... .... ... 75,489130994 of Probate for Franklin countyfor J Hatt on consignment>nt, for sale wholesale o
"the above mentioned on the Black Democratic leaders in Congress, to make letters of administration upon the estate ol by MILLER '&.''Co.
ports be and instructed to
they are hereby
aoJ Baltic Seas. So in the first cost of the the next Session begin in October insteadof contract Department for an Engine House! to be placed near On hand and 00 shipboard not cleared 29,307 16504 Samuel Simpson,late of said county, deceased May 2,_47Vater atre t-
;rain there is of December and, as a consequence to such EXPORTS or COTTON FROM APALAOmOOLA as said Jud e has noted default in the late Executor
an advantage for the buyer the 'loot of Cherry street: on terms as they
37cent per bushel in favor of tbe Europe terminate the present Session at some time may jud e best f for the interest of the city. Commencing 1st September in 1314.Pi ,.-15-aud same to suid estate, and revoked THOMAS his powers ORMAN.to at. wanted Notc.CASH accounts of long;

ao 1 wheat market over our own-to say noLhi0 between the first of June and the first of Mr. G yon moved, seconded by Mr. Rinaldi, = time- Apalachicola,May 14, 1546. 6w : All persons sunry interested will take
the higher: rate of freight from this July. that the Clerk be instructed to renew Mr. Carrigan's pj onlv.TOTAL:, La tWHtTHER 2 due notice and govern them elve accordingly, o
EXPORTED.
_ week seoilson
dray license under the new law. Adopted.He I will dun them
oDtry received brig Morea, from N. York, personally.
Consequently England will most GENERAL WORTH.-The N. Y. Courier also moved,seconded by Mr. Butt, that the Liverpool H" .... .... ..21319 .2I3m ..39475Havre. JUST per Lead March- HOBABT.Bagging .
Rraenfly% receive bet of wheat from .... ...... ...2.Nantz. kegs No* 1 and 2 ; 10 gals boie 2 PER
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supplies has article Clerk issue license to Mr. Schrotd, in liew of ..... .... ....... )
!the ; &: Enquires of Tuesday a long a .. ... ...... Linseed Oil ; 500 IDS. Potty; boxe S 1 '
great Euro.ednVheat: mans- ..... .... .... .. : .1279. 2 "
except the raised by Gen. Worth's resignation the license paid for and issued: to Mr. Adams, on ... .. ... .. 10 12 Glass 20 doz. Congress Spring and Rope*
wjearsofcre-t on question Trip'te....... .... .... ..-... ... .3162 and by ;
scarcity like the last, whentpnce which concludes with the following payment of his fee. Adopted.Mr. Ge-noa. .... ....... ......... ....:. ...b:. ..2421 I Water; 100 Ibs freshTamarins; Gum and Or e A GOOD article of Power Loom Kttc
win Justify importations from ibis Guyon moved. seconded by Mr. Peck, that Olher pOrtl....... .. ( ...9a0 ..1490 Svrup for sale by Bagingand eood Rope, for sale
statement. HU .. .
oantry.: These facts how conclu- the election. of a City Wharfinger, be postponed :::::: jan31 5 STONE GO.
very .. .5Oii 'May 16. H. F. ABELL. NOUR-E &
the character Ports..22269
from Total For. 4
As to be expected to
si'ely that ihe home market is the only was till next meeting, and that the Clerk: give notice I,22"269
sure and of Gen. Worth, his resianatiun was accompanied thereof. New york...... ..... .. .. .2fi.59S 2t\59S .33742 Land for Sale. Bnnrng and
th certain one for our farmt'rsanlltllhoold letter to the commanding Committee Boston ......... .... ..,.102. ..113211.12.3-Ui ..21659Provldtnce of PCS. Kentucky Rop.
l(! be in favor of such a Tariff( by a Mr. Rinaldi, from the Special reported ... .. .... .-;.73Sj..62'271..6965; ..8591 THE undersigned offers for sale 150 acres 100 coils Rope;' 30 Hessians. .
officer Gen. offering his services in favor of the of the ordinance, best Cane-Brake Land situated one 10 pw
POhcy ai will ensure a continuance and into ( Taylor) passage Phil'tdelphia ........ ...4401... ...2847NewOrl.ans. mil bales Twin
trease the home in any station, rank or capacity which mightbe entitled An ordinance in relatioi to slaves,&.c.' B"ltimore..u.'H'.!.;..... .... '. '72-l94 ..1.a94 and a half below Rock Blnt on the west ( (WM.Bagging for sale by '
G.
demand. assigned to him. He said fuither that which was read by the Clerk.and duly! passed by ......... ...... .. ..2:137: ..5330 the Apalachicola River acre lying one mile PORTEft& Co.

.Nz his resignation was an act due to himselfand its title. Otherportl5.... ..._....,. I from the abvf with a Dwelling and other houses Nor 2 41 Water street- .'

;! ; lElLsET METHODIST EPISCOP.LNcE.This to his brother officers of Brevet rank Mr. Guyon presented a' communication! from To1alCoastw1se.: .. 1763.51457.5)) .805d11 suitable place, a blacksmith's: shop and Ou Consignment, -JInn

Annual Conference but that he owed the country a higher duty; Mwsrs Semmes, Bennett, Grierson, harden and :TTAL-nAr.ps.............. .75-t891a0995,1.Olls in complete order for work; a1o one wagon, BOXES New Bedford Sperm 'Candl
i in to which : head of and a fine >
TbtDtJy session at Newark, adjourned on Hawley: presenting the inconvenience I yoke of oxen, 50 hogs,
and that his services therefore, in any capacity \JJ for sale low for Cash, by ,
12rsday they are subjected for want of a street to I saddle and bridle.
evening, to meet next at Sa open here, .
ifm year ,
I ;were freely tendered. their and to a street in II. E, Owens, will do \Vl T. WOO
The open wishing to
thnc collections within the bounds of property proposing Any person purchase welt Nor 2 slre t. ,. ..
oofereace the beaM The Courier &: Enquirer expresses entire front of their dwellings, from Mr. Darden's to ATTORNEY AT LAW;, t call and look at the prpert.ACHIBAL 2 \at ',..
haf0! r during' past year, on confidence that the resignation would not the promenade, and soliciting that they might be CL.ATTON, :Baiboor, County Alabama. \ CARAWAY. Per Octavia from Nev' Orleans.
and widowsorphans
Ptraouated preachers be accepted and it understood, here that allowed to apply the amount of their taxea now' April23: isi --.' .' g-tf May 9, 18 19t. RECEIVED as a ChOICe:selection of
has bttD amounted to 2958. There such is the fact.and, that Gen.' Worth has due the city toward said object.jwhich; was read, .Famiy a.ye' ,provisions-; also, a

., a slight decrease of members! been ordered back to his' command, -The and,on motipn of Mr. Rinaldi, referred' to ,tbe Valuable Slave forA 5 k. Notice. fre-h supply pf Spring an/ Summer.Clcthl
abrogbthe year, as the following statistics afford diApense'"itb Committee Improvements and Contracts.! NEGRO MAN 25 years old a good,Carpenter '"PHE Copartnership heretofore eistn g boJ. (oTIIeb,
but to md"u.i tb.b.trf
increase in other respects: army can poorly. The Finance, Committee reported against allowing a'first rate house servant, honest and in. tween A. N. McK r and'S. HAR1 CL- .
r.1 the Church ,9S7-decreue 458 such an officer'note, and his/departure was extra compensation to the Tax Assessors telligent, and.could be made useful in any situa has this' day ,expired b7 .- ,March 21' 2J.W' .
t.o en, 2MlDCleuo"ecbooJJ calculated to produce distrust and dup n. and recommend ,hat they have leave withdraw tion.: .Sold',to close an estate. If not,.dwposed Hoa.nnetl l accounts win remain with *A. N.. .

.. 275 dency. We,have" ,heard"'that, some unkind their. petition. Accepted and ordered on'file*. of by the first,,Monday in June next, he will then McKay, .wi continue the business oa' Kis M iUa Man JL

E12 feeling_ bad iprung(up ,between .Gen. Taylor Tbe following bills were presented and referred be sold at auction ,under an order or.tbe/Hon. own, account i 1-ts'O' very IIL'; >
,Kope
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conzc 19.236-iacmse! 1,964* and Gen. Worth, which might be supposed to tbe Committee on Claims viz J. 'Judge; of Probate, For further particulars,apply. 'A. N. McKAY. :' q ;; .
-'forBibUSoc i miio,' $2,6-increM S&46, to have bad .some ,influence oa the C. H.Conner/.services u City.Wbirftngov. lot.,' WOOD & Co., H: E for tale by '. .

44 or tdautioD,, 'UJ Si.lST-UcrciM $244 I I conduct of tbe latter But an' etnergencyr,. ... :.".....'.,.'.;..... .,i...i....". ....139.. 56\' ..)I ill j ,;1 45. ,33;}Vat: ;street i .ApIacbitoIa,2fa7 1 : ;;, '.. March 7 LD4'k4C4b

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undersigned having purchased 11III

: '! ., X B.: S. .Hawla{ his entire stock of Drugs,' ,'_ ... / '.ATCHAMBERSARbH 28, 1846.. NOTICE-Six weeks after date, I, will apply constantly UIOrtmt'nt! have or DRUGS,en htad., .'
)Medicines* Paints 'Oils Glass ,Ware Shop Fur- of;Probate,for,the Countyof
A WEW AN) zrLAnaEDDtToN' Or.PRESIDENTS Circuit Court Franklin County.Hezekiah >Judge CINES, which b wil1
MESSAGES, WITH A"HTSTORY'OF :riture, &c. will ontinue the business at' Whole-: : Nash, >, : ,Franklin,.for letters.of' .administration upon the and or .the bet qnali' V

EACH ADMIN I STATION i'&,c. I tale and Retail,'at the old stand corner of Water v). s Petition foreclose,mort- estate of John 4 Jenkins. ... -,deceased.B. n 11erchantllod Planteq '
,, ,. ;and Chestnut sti,and begs leave to say to his friends Sidney R.T6rd; and I' gage. ELLISON.Apalachicola to their advantage to call, uamin.1 '!ill

In Ttrb Handsome Volwiis,-,8 vo. of OfJet'I I ind former patrons of the establishment that his Elizabeth A. Ford: S April, 1846._, Goods, before purchasing elaewhere. d r

Seven- Hundred Pages'Each.IN I stock is complete, embracing every article usually petition has been this day filed : 'All having claims against N. B. Physician's prescriptions .
1 II in Southern and from WHEREAS persons Ihe cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion:?; Bil pat
HANDSOME MUSLIM BINDING. kept DrugStores, arrangements rR's'office of the.Circuit Court'of NOTICE 'T. 'Skillman, late-of,said .county, FOR and Headache care and accuracy at any hour of the da,:J
effected will be supplied nervous Constipation
regularly
recently of certain
Franklin foreclose
Coujity to mortgage
I -RICE FIVE"DOLLA.RS.THE with fresh articles; deceased are requested to present the.same duly Diarrahoca, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel Flatulency J. C. AIJ.t;,
: staple
household:: furniture.'made and executed in Decatur authenticated within the time prescribed by law, March 21 Cor. Centre >n'd
Physician Planters Merchants and &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by Co.4
Country
', .county, Georgia, on the 2th day, of, August, this notice will be plead in bar of their reco Balsam
or of
AND MESSAGES C.
ADDRESSES OF J. ALLEN
allandeX- Nov r Druggist. 1\"envoH
I others will find it to their interest to 1S44 3. dif to the satisfaction i of the ;
THE PRESIDENTS: OF THE U. S. will be ; appearing very; and all persons indebted to said estate are REMEDY most perfect is
amine his stock and All orders laid
prices. '
Court by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the requested to make immediate payment. Tarrant's Compound Extract of A discovered in settled II01r
INAUGURAL, ANNUAL AND IPECIAL, attended to in by CODs1Jmpfioa,
). promptly person defendantsSid ey R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford SILAS DAVENPORT Adm'r. Cubebs and ,I
: 1789 1846. March 1, 1946. H. F. ABELL. Florida Copavia. Complaint or any of their incipient
*- From to reside) beyond the limits of the State of : Apalachicola, April 18. 184616.2m Stands unrivalled for its on the Chrono.Thertnal system
With an Original Memoir of each of the Pre"sUenls It ordered that said defendants: do appear and it by tht,
V efficacy; performs a cure Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated
To the Public. file their if have within 15days : months! after date, I will apply! mtd'
and a Hittory of their Administrations objections, they any NOTICE in few
a days-no confinement Genuine BALSAM
of entire stock of Probate Court of Franklin OF LIVERWORTj
t 4 also a selection of ImportantDoewnetits HAVING: disposed my before the first day ot th% ensuing fall term I -
". ; and Statistical Itfor.motion. : and Medicines to Mr. H. F. Abell!, of,this Collet t tJ otherwise said petition shall betaken county,for'.a final discharge! from the administration' or restriction in diet, pares at 375 BOWERY. Thiaplanat
in retiring from the business, I take occasion to confesso provided that due publication of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased.B. is necessary. It will be now espoused by several eminent ph1'i

: return to the public, my friends and customers, ,I of pro this order be; made in the Commercial T. CARO, Adm'r.BENJAIN found invaluable with ,being prepared and has. been for a long time,I the letrttif

COMPILED TRAM OFFICIAL SOURCES, my thanks for the patronage they have bestowed Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two ELLISON, Agent. the greatest unparalleled success which:: has att nded( nt

BY EDWIN WILLIAMS, upon the establishment while under my control ; months, successively. (A Copy-Teste.) Apalachicola, April 4, t846 14-6m V V possible care, upon well Taylor's medicine in performing ijt ,,- .
and I take in i tested principles, funded cures, which in many, very
pleasure recommending successorto many
&C. my Clerk.
AUTHOR OF THE NEW-YOKK ANNUAL REGISTER. WM. VALLEAU,
six month's of
-After publication upon that important law, been almost incredible, but the .
of their and solicit :
them as worthy patronage; NOTICE cdDclua
Embellished with Portraits of the Presidents April 18, 1846. 16-2m I shall to the of established
for him continuance of the custom heretofore apply Judge first by the celebrated the Doctor can bring forward are irresufiwf5''
a
and the Seals or Coats of Arms ('ft1ze liberally extended: to me. AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 16,1846. Probate, for Franklin county; to be dischargedfrom Dr. Fordyce, viz: we advise all who may have coughs ','
several States. sn Court.IN the administration of the estate of OliverC. that combination of similar 01 .
March 1 B- S. HAWLEY. Franklin Circuit a colds even, to use this perfect specific
I 1 CHANCERY. Raymond, late of said county, deceased. remedies would produce a more certain, delay. "Franklin says a small leak

CONTEXTS. To Printers. I Alphonse Loubat, V BEN. NOURSE, speedy, and considerable effect, than any equivalent big ship." Therefore, cure your 1ri1Iia
1. The Speeches or Addresses, and Messaces:: TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FURNISHING vs. March 28, IS 16. Adm'r. de bonis non. dose of aiy single one.' In many cases the your lungs are past cure. For sale fought by
(If the Presidenti of the United State,from Washington WAREHOUSE. disease is entirely by its timely applica.. J. C. ALLEN
George ,V Harrison and Margaret Know all interested, that prevented Sole }.gent II
Polk. -
to subscribers have opened a new Type NOTICE persons tion. For sale
Emma Harrison his wife by.
2. A Memoir, or Biographical Sketch of each THE in the of New York where from the date of this notice, J Apalad
city David G. Raney and Harriet F. Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist! &c. CAUTION-The genuine Doctor
President his Message. will apply to his honor the Judge of Probate: fort T
,preceding to orders to extent for *
they are ready supply any his wife Joseph Hudson BALSAM OF LIVERWORT has
Raney, ,
;
3. An account of the of ('achPreshlcnt e of Franklin, for letters of administration on the
Inauguration i county
any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink,Paper,Cases, Alexander McAlpin and splendid steel plate engraving, to
nnd a History of the principal political Ga'llcys Brass Rule STEEL COLUMN RULE upon the estate of Stephen T. Skillman, de prevent
,
Ogden Hasserty, Assignees of Bill to fore- terfeits signed by Gurdon J, Leeds, Jf
and of the ceased. SILAS DAVENPORT. any
of his administration transac-
events Composing Sticks, Chases, and article, necessary -
every Cutter & Co. James close mort- vile and imitations ?
dangerous
Laverty, and J
,
; (the
tions of Congress It each session during! the pe for a Printing Office. Also second hand Apalachicola, Fa., March 6, 1846. 10-Gw pt
Bogart and John N.Hawthorn, gage on lots cautioned not to purchase or deal inkprotected ,
riod. These sketches: follmviri< the Messages, ,..
; ; materials. constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. P and :-Six months after date I will apply by the U. S. Copy Right LaWs.
5c. of each President and, with the Messages\ ,
The Type which are cut in imitation of the & Hawthorn; David Maitland, 12 in block NOTICE Probate Court of Franklin County, March 21,1845. i2.IyTarrant's
forming a compendious Political History othe JSng/wA letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an David S. Kennedy, Henry LaEl, in the for a final discharge from the administration and
United State, fir the last! fifiy-seven!' years. set of Matrixes with counter Effervescent
entirely new deep Set
of
verty, James S. Branden and city Ap- office of executor of the estate of David Rich-
4. Declaration of Independence. are warranted to be unsuipassed by any, and will Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola.the ardson deceased. Aperient.V
:i. Articles of Confederation.C. : be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished firm of Branden Murray; E. B. WHITMARSH. EMBROCATIONFound HEALTH RENEWED, and an in'

Constitution of the United States, with bv us is "hand cast." The tvues from any foundry Cnimbv and Dm.. Feb condition of tdy p
Notes and References. can be matched at this establishment: coristiiii'tingthe firm- -of 21,1846. 8NOTICESix m bv. the, use orTARnANT'.at, ',

7. A brief history of the events and circum- Printing Presses furnished,also Steam Enginesof per Crumby &. Draper; Wilson months after date the under at Last--A Sure Cure for SELTZER APERIENT.This .

stance which led to the Union of the States and the most approved patterns. and Gale, visible apply to the Judge of Probatefor the Piles. preparation i is universally aUowec)

formation of the Con titutil'n. Composition Rollers cast for Printers. partners of the firm of Wilson, the county of Jackson, for a final settlementof and Chemists have long been the most popular remedy of the present: .
S. A synopsis of the Constitutions of the several COCKROFT & OVEREND, Gale & Co. and James Brown. the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said PHYSICIANS a medicine that would the prevention and cure of Indigestion '

States. Dec. 13, IS 45. ly 6S Ann-st., New-York. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, county, and a discharge from the office of Executrix of the most troublesome diseases, the and Liver Complaints, Nervous WeakneuJ-
Tables of Members of tho Cabinets of the I IT that the above named defendants do not reside of the last will and testament of siid de cure Piles.one Success has at last. been the result. Dr.JACKSON'S ache, Heart i.urn, habitual Costivenew,!
various administrations, Ministers to Foreign Bagging and Rope. within the State of Florida but within the ceased. MARY ANN CHAPMAN, Traveller.! and residents in warm climai
PILE EMBROCATION not only
stops
Countries, and other principal public officers. t Clf} PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAG- December 20, J845 Executrix. find it a desirable article it
; prevents
United States It is therefore ordered that
JLv/U ; pub- all bleeding, allays pain and inflammation, sub- anj
in GING 50 Coils Also 200
Events
10. Chionolouical Table of Political ; Rope ; mulation of bile, is portable, and the net\
lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser, intolerable but
----- dues that itching, effectually cures,
sacks for sale
the United States. corn, by is
Statistical Tables of Revenue Commerceand BUGBEE & HOWARD, once a week, for the space of four months, of the State Tax Collector's Sale. like a" charm, and in a very short time, persons preparation unusually convenient. cr
1 1 t. have occasion for
No 7, Columbus Block. institution of said suit, requiring them to appear NOTICE is hereby given that six whose lives have been rendered miserable for frequent gentle and e
Population. jan3 PUBLIC 1 will take this
Table of and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or afterdate I will expose to sale at years.: For sale by J ALLEN, purgatives; they aperient i ia
Contents 12. A complete the whole Index work., or Analytical Prints Only--Spring Styles, 181G. before the expiration of that time, or said bill public outcry, opposite the Court House door, Sole Agent for Apalachicola. ference to any other. Sold wholesale< and n&
to Nov 5. J-C.
& BREWSTER, 44 Cedar-street, beg will be taken as confessed against them and such in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin, March 29, 1840. 13-4m ALLEN Druggist,

TO AMERICAN CITIZENS.The LEE to intorm Dealers in Dry Goods, that further order given in the premises as to the the following Lots, lying and being in said City, -- Drugs, medicines, &e.

publisher of the above NATIONAL WORK, they have received and are now exhibiting at Court may seem meet.A as the property of the following persons, for LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs,!,

in announcing its completion, takes the oppor- Warehouse exclusively for Printed Calicoes, ( Copy-Teste.) Taxes due said State for the year 1845, as per A cines, &c. consisting in part of the HI

tunity to state, that the sale of the same: has been 500 cases, comprising all the NEW SPRING.' WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk. plan of City. VII ing articles50 doz Castor Oil,qts,ptttl
committed to his agents: throughout;: the Union, STYLES of British, French and American Man- March 20, 1846-12-4m Lots.. I BlockOwners.\ I Taxes. SCARPA'SACOUSTIC pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea ; 10 bIS Oliieil

who are authorised to assure subscribers that ufacture; which, in addition to their usual stock, Franklin County. 2 4U' Campbell, $ 20 OIL! 40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbls CopperasM; |

there will be no deviation from the price fixed, renders their assortment one of the most beauti- FIRST DISTRICT JUSTICE'S COURT.A. 9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 60 THE Mir CURE FM Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine;30)i

namely, FIVE DOLLARS per copy, which must be ful and attractive in the city ; and having JUST G. Semmes, ) 18 H2 R. McKenzie, 30 DEAFNESS London Mustard ; Herbs of all kinds;a j

considered reasonable for two handsome octavo been purchased for CASH AND SHORT CREDIT, are vs. > Attachment. 7 and 12 Bl Wm. Mathers or assigns 2 95 Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon

volumes of over seven hundred pages each. offered by the piece or package on the same terms, Aaron B. Marvin. ) 4 28 Dr. Meacham, 40 FOR the cure of DEAFNESS, Pains, and the 10 kegs Pearlash ; 2 gross Seidletz and

No expense has been spared in the prepara- at and below manufacturers' prices. defendant is notified of the: institution of 1 J H. N. Morris, 80 of matter from the Ears. Also, Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel; 20 da!

tion of these volumes Documents, History and Catalogues: of prices, corrected daily, are THE foregoing suit by attachment, returnableto 4 14 David Seldon, 55 all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing of Turpentine, and a generar assortment of aHi

Statistics to render the same worthy the patronage placed in the hands of buyers. the April term of said Court.A. 6 and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60 insects, falling of water, whizzing of steam, &c. des in the Drug line, for Country Mere

not only of Statesmen and Legislators, but fjCj-: Purchasers will inform themselves of the G. SEMMES.: 2 22 ,Chittenden's Estate, 30 &c., which are symptoms of approaching deaf- Planters and Physicians. For sale by

of the American public generally; who will find state of the market, and be well repaid for an examination March J9, 1816. 12-3m JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff, ness, and also generally attendant with the dis March 1 H. F. AB!

Jl this TREASURY OF POLITICAL KNOWLEDE, amass even if they do not purchase. and ex-Officio State Tax Collector. ease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten, '
information indispensable to every intelli- New York, March 3, 1816. 15-Jy Franklin Superior Court. Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 1846. 4-6m fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to Blank Books and Books Stationer]]
citizen. William Wright, ) have, after using one rr twoDOUies Journals Day tee
gent use, ..ear trumpets__ __ ._.._ ,._ .... __ LEDGERS and Letter
Fine Liquors. vs. V Attachment for$5000. about to close their business, 1 L u. =.1 aL : a t = .1 Foolscap Paper;
Former editions of the Presidents' Messageshave !! BEING present inrown- asiue meir trumpets: :, ucille; luau.
been imperfect and incomplete in many respects ON CONRIGNMENT.-Just received a superior Daniel MeDon ald. } now offer for sale their large pcrfectly well. Physicians and Surgeous highly Cotton Memorandum Books;

which have now been remedied, 1st by a i lot of Liquors, consisting of Signett, THE Defendant and other persons interested and well selected stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoe, recommended its use. For sale byJ Ship and River Bill Lading;

careful comparison with official documents! and Cognac and Pale Cognac Brandy, Holland Gin, hereby notified of the institution of the Hats, Caps, &c., at grcatly reduced prices.forcash C ALLEN, Sole Agent Boooks! for Letter Press.

2d by diligent research, to supply the Special Port Wine, Maderia and L. P./Maderia Wine, above suit, and are required to plead accordingly. only- March 28 13-4m for Apalachicola. Blank Bills of Exchange and Checb,

Messagss and Addresses omitted in former com Champagne Wine, &c. &c. for sale at importer's GEO. S. HAWKINS, COATS : Just icceived and for sale by .'

pilations. The Index to the whole work,of sub prices, for cash only, by J. C. SMITH, Beaver and Pilot Cloth Coats; CalinetVork Silo)). March 1 H. F. AB!

jects, names and dates is a new feature of this March 28 F. KOPMAN. Att'ys for Plaintiff. Bl'k, blue, and inv. green frock and dress do. THE subscriber is now in readiness AND OILS-50 kegs No 111

edition, which will make it invaluable for refer Apalachicola, March 19, 18.5.. 49-4m Sattinet and cloth frftck and sack do. Tmll to manufacture new, or repair old, PAINTS 200 galls Winter Lamp Oil; 3I {
Boot3 and Shoes.BOYS' with and despatch
Furniture
Tweed cassimere sack and frock do. promptness -
Linseed Oil 50 bxs assorted Glass 500 l lbi! |
Franklin Circuit Court.IN ; ;
ence.To render thee writings of the American: and Men's Russet Brogans, Kentucky Jeans frock and dress do. and solicits the patronage of his old (pay ty 100' assorted Paint Brushes: ; Black
;
sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans, CHANCERY. and strict attention to
ing) customers, hopes by
valuable continued National PANTS :
Presidents more as a i Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paiaj
Gents fine Calf Brogans, John Gorrie, Compl't, orders to gain some new one*.
accompanie-1 with Memoirs of Blue and bl'k cloth Pants
History, they are ; received and for sale by
Presidents and of the various ad Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do. \ Bill for Foreclosure. bl'k doe skin Pants PETER HOBART.
the a History Motely } Super cass. ; March 1 H. F. A!
ministrations.The Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, Lewis P. l el. ale Plain stripe and fig'd do. do; (fjCf-) Shop in third story of Brick Building, corner

work "H edited and compiled by Mr. EDWIN Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots, R'sp'ts. J Sattinett and Tweed do. do; Chestnut and-Water sts. Nov 8. Per Brig Metamora.
Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots, virtue of a decree made in the above cause, of
arrived beautiful assortment
with Political a
WILLIAMS, whose familiarity our BY Kentucky Jeans and Corduroy do
History and Statistical Subjects generally, A large and extensive assortment,just received, by the Hon. Circuit Court of said county, I VESTS: ; Thos. Clark, JUST suitable lor the season aoocji

are well known to the public, and afford a sufficient and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co. will expose for sale at public vendue, at the Plain black satin Vests BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, may be found. -
f for the and fidelity of Nov 29 41 Water street. Court House door, to the highest bidder, for cash, ; CONTINUES to carry on this busiJjanes French Linen check and Sack Coats,
do. do. do
guarantee accuracy Fig'd!
MONDAY, the first day of June next t, all the ;
on in doors below
$ Apalachicola, two do do do
Do ,
Historv. D'Orsay a
the and accompanying Plaid and cashmere Vests .
compilation
stripe, fig'd
Iron Nails &c. right, title and interest of Lewis P. Mosely and ; V
EDWARD WALKER, the City Hotel on Centre treet.- Union Plaid Linen Hunting and Frock Co
11 114 Fulton-street, New-York. TONS Swede Iron, assorted, sizes, wife in and to Lots No. 9 and 2 in Block No. 1, -ALSO- Having superior workmen, he is confident Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pants, O-
April 20 White linen and shirts
-- 100 kegs Nails, do. in the city of Apalachicola, belonging to the estate muslin ; that all who may patronize him will find Union Plaid "
4 casks 'Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities, of John Gillespie, deceased, said propertysold Figured do. do. do. they have called at the right shop. French Call Plain White CI

Dry Goods 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils, to satisfy an execution issuing from said Merino shirts and drawers; Skin and Morocco Boots, or Shoes,made to order,, Kremlin, fancy and striped Cotton ru\j!
THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea- 20 English and American Vises, Court, in favor of said Gorrie, upon a judgment I i Silk and cotton shirts and drawers; of the latest fashion and most approved style White, Linen bosom, and fancy cord s.n. :.

stock of Dry Goods, consisting in 20 Bellows, rendered on a mortgage executed by said Gilles- Stocks, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, All mending, &c., done with neatnes and promptitude Super striped Caulbrick ..

part ofNegro 12 dozen Spades and Shovel, pie in his life time. JOHN LUCAS, and Scarfs; and on terms that cannot fail to be re Palmleaf, Leghorn, Panama Florence wit
Kerseys and Linseys, 10 Collin's Axes, May 2, 1846.( Sheriff F. Co. Silk' Merino, Lamb'aVool and Cotton J Hose; cognised as in keeping with the competition in] da Straw Hats,

White and Red Flannels, 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Card, Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Trunks, Hats and trade and the closeness of the times. Super Calf Boots, Brogans and low-cnir-Sj
Plain and Fancy Jeans, 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws, Franklin Circuit Court. Caps; also, a very large assortment of Boots jan17 3-6t Buckskin Cloth, Prunella and Goatskin

Double twilled Tweeds, 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by Raphael J. Moses, Adm'r, of)) and Shoes &.c; MILLER & Co. Leather ,Pumps, Velvet and Mo S.ipfCl'l!
Casameres John Lock deceased. Petition for Forevs. Ghattalioocliee Hotel.
Super fancy WM. G. PORTER & Co. I -
Goods all
other cheap.
On Consignment. THE subscriber takes in many
French Cloths pleasure
Super English and f closure.
Nov 29 '
Water street.
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs. 41 William H. Shepherd. J CA CASKS superior? Rice, now landing from informing the traveling community March 28 F- KOKli]

Duffil Blankets,8, 9 and 10 qrs. For Sale. virtue of a writ of fi. fa. issued from the /wV/ brig Tybee, and for sale by I U.!'!! that he has taken charge; of the above Spring Goods.

Denims, Kremlins and Cottonadcs, FIRKINS best Dairy Butterbetterknown BY Court of Franklin county, I will sell Feb 21 NOURSE STONE & Co. I I I establishment, situated immediately TUST arrived per brig MetamoraJ -

Brown Shirting and Sheeting, 20 as Latham's Butter." Apply to at the City Hotel, on the first Monday in June Pork & Beef. on the banks of the river, where the': Rich Fancy Prints-English and Ana% V

; Cotton Osnaburgs, Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co. next, all the Furniture levied on as the prop'ertyof BBLS. Mess and Prime Pork; 30 bbls. traveller may find a comfortable and quiet resting New style and very superior Ginghams,

Cotton Drilling and Ticking, Wrn. H. Shepherd', consitine. of householdand 40 4 Mess and Prime Beef, for sale by place and thereby avoiding the many inconveniences ., China Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses,
Linen and Cotton Checks, On Consignment. kitchen furniture of said Hotel viz Mahogany which they have heretofore been subject
:- Marc 7 J. DAY & Co. Ladies Fancy Dresses_ in pattern ..
Irish Linen, Shirting: and Sheeting, subscriber has just received from tho Sofa, Pier and Card Tables,Maple Wind- .i to. C 3-10 and 12-4 Musquito Lace JNetUngand -
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, THE and publishers a beautiful er"and fancy Chairs: Bedsteads.: Feather Beds! V A Card. The U. S. Mail steamer Agnes, from Apalachicola single.

English, French and American Prints, of Paper Hangings, Foolscap and Letter Paper, Mattrasses, Bedding, Looking Glasses, Carpets, WISHING to close our business in this place, arrives on Sunday and Wednesday 50; pcs plaid and white corded do do.
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer Oil Cloth, Lamps, Candlesticks, Crockery, GlassWare prepared to sell our extensive stockof 5 o'clock, P. M.; departs Monday and Thursdayat Ladies' fancy Sun Shades and Parasols,

Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, Books, etc., which he offers very low. &c. &c. &c., sold to satisfy a judgment of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western Mail arrives Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,
-- Extra super Muslin de Laine, Feb 7 F. KOPMAN. foreclosure rendered in said cause. unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 o'clock, Figured Muslins, Balzarines and cthrt,

.I'. English Scotch and American do. JOHN LUCAS, Merchants and others visiting this city, will find A. M ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- Goods, for Spring Dresses. ,
Super Italian black and figured Silks, For Sale. May 2, 1846. Sheriff F. C. it to their interest to examine our stock before days at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrives Ladies' Kid Walking Show, Bnskins and'

Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, 20 BBLS MESS PORK : 20 \ bbls No. 1 making their purchases.J.. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock, Do black and colored Kid Slippers i*

Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, Mackerel ; 20 J bbls No 2 Mackerel; 10 Mol : STEVENSON & CO. A. M. ; departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and

English and American Cotton Hkfa:: bbls Fulton Market Beef, for sale by BBLS. N. O. Molasses asses.for sale Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1816 jan7 3-tf pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via Straw Bonnetts,

Madras and Verona head Hkfs, DODGE & PRATT, 50 March 7 J. DAY by& Co Bagging and Rope. Quincy and Tallahassee, arrives Mondays, Wed- Plain, striped and figured Swiss and
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hosc, feb23 9 40 Water street. PIECES" Clifton nesdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs Muslins.

Super Marseilles an P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and
and Flax Thread Perfumery.
Cotton Also, 150 boxes Tobacco various brands, for sale intends to sell verv low.
_ Plain and fi;'d Swiss and checked Muslins, flCLOGNE, Lavender, Florida Waters, ,Extracts hand Charges. by LOCKHART & YOUNG. Thursdays at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesdaysand March 29. F. KOP.v
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, \ S Violeta, Jassmine, Amber, Portugal, HAVING 'on an assortment of Saddles, I i Feb 28 9 Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M. .
& &c I will ,
_' Needles, Pins, Tape &c. &c &c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Roses, &.c.. above for cash., dispose of them as The House and Furniture are entirely new, Paints, Oils, and Gla*
Which have been selected with great care in Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN. Rope. the servants thoroughly drilled in their business, CLAP
New York and Boston from Importers and Agents On hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will 300 COILS, for sale by and all will use their utmost endeavors to make GIBSON RETAIL& DEA ?
be sold for cash. WHOLESALE AND
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and Goods on Consignment.A March march14 D B WOOD & CO. the time pass pleasantly to the traveller.A. Paints, Oils, Varnishes!' Turpentine,!;*
28
favorable SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting P. HOBART. G MARSHALL
offered at wholesile'nretail on ,
are now TT'OLGER'S Olosaonian,or All Healing Balsam, Glass, &c.,
WM. G. PORTER & Co. Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco, Agent for the Proprietor. ..1
terms by Notice. Ju for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver Will keep constantly on hand a ,
Nor. 29 lSi5. 41 Water street. Gunpowder, Brandy, &c., is offered at New CASH wanted for sundry accounts of long Complaint, and all diseases of the throat and Chaattahoochee, March 17, 1846. 12-tf ment Mixro PAINTS of AH colorstt

York Invoice prices, by All persons interested will take lungs,for sale by .Sans Souc!," Boats Shipping and Plantation uset';t ta
,
1 CHHDS St. Croix Sugar, janSI 5 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
arrive due notice and govern themselve accordingly, or April 11 H. F. ABELL. RESTAURAUT, BILLIARD AND READINGS variety articles in the painting lint
"'JLU 20 do New Orleans Sugar, to ,
I.will--dun them personally. I ROOM, merous to mention. .,. .
For Sale.
100 sacks Rio Coffee 50 do Java, '
; :March 28 PETER HOBART. Flour. Corner Commerce and Centre Streets. House, Sign, and Steam Boat P2'
? 4 cases Hyson Tea, 20 BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20. 11 f* BBLS. Western; 50 bbls. Canal, now done with neatness and d
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo, 30 do Tin do 1-3 ><, ,.J.1U for sale by Glazing,
landing,
Bagging and
Rope. ; BY R. E. RAIMOND. moderate cash.
,. prices for
&( II do. Brown's and 50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20
:) Mctfgd Labby', GOOD article of Power, Loom Kentucky April 18 J. DAY & Co. 22 Water street,A
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap, .Braziers'and Sheething Copper, A Bagging and good Rope for Broiled
sale by OYSTERS Fried Jan.
Roasted
Stewed
10,1845.
Block Tin Lead Iron and Tin'd Biveta lI lasses. V
I 100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder ; janSI 5 NOURSE, STONE CO. Pickled and in the Shell. .
2000 Ibs Lead; 4 en!" Linseed Oil, Bucket Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron, 211 TIERCES, 205 bbls and 28 hhds. cargo Iron Nails ae. '
N 200 kegs White Lead. No. 1, Extra and Pure. Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and retail Bagging and Rope., of schr. Swan from Havana, now landing, WELSH POACHED RAREBITTS EGGS subscribers,have ,band ancffs

NN_ For sale by W.' G. PORTER & Co. by 10rt PCS Kentucky Bagging, for sale by [april 11] J. DAY & Co._ BIRDSUPPERS. V THE and retail,on low for I '"
\. Nov 29 41 Water street. Novo ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co. 1JJ 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians, \ assorted:
Havana Private 20 tons assorted Iron 50 kegs -
I 4 bales'Bagging Twine Segars. L 03- Supper Rooms. r
for
'Wauted ,to Purchase for Cash. Flavouring: Waters. WM. G. PORTER, &sale Co.by' 5 0, ifin BEST Havana 'Segars, for sale HOT LUNCH,every day from 11 tq 1. I 50 kegs Spikes Wrought and Cut,

'A> JEGRO.BOY, from 13 to 20 years of age A N assortment just received, and for sale byjtXNov29 Nov 29 41 Water street. AJVJU, by WOOD & Co, I Families and visitors supplied with. Oysters by Sheet and Boiler Iron V

:._ r Uable. for taking care of a ,horse andnltmlfi J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist. April 4 32 Water st. the barrel. or,'gall. n: March 14 Hollow, Ware a general assortment,
#* in' : V and Coldren Kettles
\ he house. Apply toi .. On Consignment ColTee. V Sugar
,
.I".i.% ,\ mchU .WOOD & CO, 32 Water-sf. RECEIVED per ship Huron, from Havre, a 100 BOXES New Bedford Sperm Candles.,, 1 "' BAGS V Rio Coffee, landing from brig Vir Lumber. Cook and Parlor Stoves,Sad IroDItBlacksmith's -
Hardware
Tools
v- of.French Boots, made by the cel- for sale low: for Cash, by, .LI tginiaforsaleby V JUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Lum- V.
: Britannia and Wares,Brass-
6':; ''''' Sugrar assorted qualities. 'Also, hand Jappand
on 50,000
Hurter.
brated WM.: T. WOOD; 'ApriI18' ._.J. DAY & Co.
95' HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhd u- March 7 'MILLER & Co. Nov 29 42.Water street. V feet,White Pine,assorted from } to,2 inch, which Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs, %- .
t" perior St. Cfov j fa store, for sale by :' VClover Se d.I'A' will be sold low tor the cash, by Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks Pomp ?

......" .' MarchT- !. JDI4X&CO.; Garden, Seeds. Per Octavia from' New Orleans.. FEW:pounds of large Red'Northern Clover ," PETER HOBART.No .- Marlin Spun Yarn, Manilla Hemp,
fresh, just received and for? RECEIVED as above' a choice:'selection/of Seed; for sale by V _Lumber_will be !delivered, from the yard, Anchors, Pitch, Oakum Tat'.CoalT4
'. r naitgiDgjll c\ BopeT WARRANTED, J. ALLEN, eries'! and Provisions also,, afresh -April4' '"Hi F., ABEL. ., V after this'date, unless paid for, or 'a written order Turpentine. Sperm and Linseed Out
:'- pqs. very, heavy Lj iiviUe,,14an &. Jan. 24 Druggist. 'supply of Spring and Sum ;.'Clothing, .:..,.; I fromaresponsible. pera. n.March28 Paints and Brushes,Rigging and PumP
- I*4 '"4lOl/ Co. Baggin2-300; co' J' Bale. ,Rope, : : i made up in the latest style,'for sale by,'" 20 BASKETS London>Club Champagne,' <. V ,--V : l\Iatts.'Pumps and Buckets, V

;'f, t -for sale by .200'rolls, for sale by V GIBSON,& CLAPP; V 5000 Regalia Segars, for ealeby V CEDAR wanted by ; .. V V Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.. ., 11
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,.I. "Mare 7' J.' DAY. Co. .BAGGING ':; J '. D. B; WOOD & CO. March'21 22 Water_ street April V V B: S. HAWLEY. D. .B,,, WOOD'&,CO. March 14- ROBERTS..' ALLB1

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