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LIBEaTAS, GONSTITUTIO, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.

-VOLUME IV APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, MAY 23,1846.


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C0M 1ERCIAL ADVERTISER,
F:.BLISHED EVERY SAiURDAY' B'Y
*' BOSWOlTH_ VWYAN.

Oi'z,:, lurd Story B hzltxll's Buildings, corner of
noinler.f-, and Chestnut streets.
T E H I I'.'-
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frot-h the above. rates. .
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cooht ..vill be -nida ; buat ill alvartisemrnnts bof'S
stri'tlv oaftainin- to theiir Own business, as
well 1s alll-i ladverti-" -.t'a,t?'ihiabythem,
will be char-ed at the usbal rate.
to L it,-r-1 6it\v b? addressed to eithpi'tihe edi-
tors or ,)roprietors, and must be ePOST PAID to insure




SCharle4 Rogers J-1.,n Munn. Eug:, ene W. Rogers.'
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,
April 7, 1846. A alachicola, Fa.
S. Davexi2joi-4
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50' Water-street "
Apalachicola, Fa.
Icp Liberal Advances miaae on consignments'
mo my friends in New Orleans, New York or
L iver m .'n ,ril. l '.- 'A r !1. .

"W1-tOtrt.8kLE A...vD RSTAII, .,.
DEALER IN D'UJT-,..MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GL.SS, -&c., &r..
Alo--A, g;-neral as-'ortment of Statinery.
C,)r. of Chestnuft and Water streets,
Anril 1.1 An li.cbirf-ia, Pa.
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No. 2 Columbus Buildings',
Dec. 0, 115. tAoaichicola. Fa.
B. F. Nourse, U.B. Stone, H W. Brooks
ourse, & o.,,
COMMISSION ME CHANTS, ,
No. 46 Water street, ,
novel A )alach'icola, Fla.


"Nov 5 Iv


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COMMTS,[ION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street--w-Up st airs4,
Dec. 1, 1815. Apalachicola, Fla.


.Coie & iHor'ne,
OMISSIONIN M'IEtRCHANTS,
60. 13, St. Charles Streef,
New-Orheans.
AN'AP.Ew S. CoeOr. O 16o6N.
feb 8.


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W. A. & P. C. Kailn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Nov. 1, 181.3. Apalachicola, Fa.


GIENEfl CL QT.IMrI fIS N MERCHANTS,
X No 2\ Wi'er street.
Nov. 1; ~i83. Api.ichicola, Fla.


llemry HodIes,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa.


ALVA.WYLIE, WM A. McKENZIE.
Wfylie .& IcKenzie,,
'bOMMISSIQN, MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
tept. 1, 1345. Apalachicola, Fa.
iAlattaoi :1 3lyers,
k'ETCTiONEEIR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 36, Water street,
%ov. 1,1845. Apalachicola; FIa.


3.9rofgi8Stonal N tfccs,

WM. SYDNEY GREEN, M. A.
CC- May bp fund at his residence, corner of
s Centre and High streets, opposite the Manion
House. Nov 1.
Dr. A. W. Chapnrmai
SOffice over the.Drug Stere of B. S. H4'wley,
(entrance on Chesihtit street.) Residence at the
house'ialely occupied by Dr. BaltzceH.
Jarifhary 10, 1846. 2-7tf
J. Brow,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
VW ILL practice'in'the District Curts of the
VI United States, and the Stale Courts, of the
Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western
Circuit.
Office in T4lahassee.
January. 10, 1846. 2 --3m
REMOVAL.
W. G. M. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
0:*- Ofirce in Floyd's new Buildinz-, or)pesite
the Mansion' House. Dec 13,'18445.
A. Ge. Semnes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(i Office, ,A'o. 2 Capt. Simmon's -Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
no.v5 Apalachieola, Fla.
3% Lawi,

ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
{CS WMil attend linntuallv Ihe Superior Courts
of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of'
the South Western, aid of' the county of"Thornus
of thp Ronthern Circuit. mav0
,otiin Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
*- ALBANY, GA.
W" ILL practice in the several Courts of the
SouthAwestern Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aun. 5, 1845. 3'l-tf

Advances.
iHE Subscribers continue i0 ma'k advances on
]_ Cotton consigned to their -friends at Liver-
pool, Havre, New York and Bjston,
D. B. WOOD & Co.
Dec 5 29 Water street.
Advances o NeC"w Orleans.
IBERAL Cash Advances made on consign--
ments of Cdtton or other produce to New.
Orleans. J. DAY & Co.
Dee (3 52 Wa'ter st.
Advan ces.,
HE undersigned will make liberal advances
T on Cotton consigned to 'his friends in New
York, Boston and Providenc'e.
WM. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.
Advances.
HE subscribers continue, as heretofore, to
make liberal advances on Cotton consigned
to the address of their friends in Liverpool, New
York or Boston. C. ROGERS & Co.
Oct. 25 47 Water street.
EXCHANGE 6'n New Yoik. for Qale by
E S. DAVF.NPOkt,
A April. 11. 50 Water -treet.
?. E xciattge., i
r-HE subscribers as Agents for 'the Bank of-
_L Brunswick, are prepared to purchase bills on
New York, Boston, Pirovidence, Philadelphia or
Charleston, anrd check On New York 'in sums tIo
suit purc.has'er.
Nov 2.5 WM. G. PORTER & Co.


We copy the following spirt-stirring poetical
appeal to the Louisianians, (says the Chirlesfon
Courier,) from the. New-Orleans *Commercial
Bulletn.t A reference to'the signature Will shew
that it is from the pen of a talented daughter of
South 'Carolina, whose productions have fre-
quentiy, in former time, ornamented the columns
of the Courier. The Bulletin states that the
effusion has been re-published in hand-bill form,
and generally circulated :-
TO THE RESCUE.,
"TiflF is no time to stickle about trifles Every
mom tit's delay increasesthe danger to which our
brave countrymen are exposed."-[Com Bulletin,
May 4.
Awake! sound the tocsin! for danger is nigh !
The slumb, r of*peace mu t be broken at lag'.
Then?'op at thp signal-re-eelho the cry,
And wide through the landbeur the war-trumnez's
6i.st !
Hark! the foe is upon us-the peril is near !
The Mexican comes, like a flood in its iniaht!
No, w. Now is the hour "TO DO AND TO DARE !"
Up freemen! up featlesply-oN TO THE FIGHT!
Will ye rest here in safety, regardless of those,
Who call for assistance" yor rights to defend 1.
CAN ye pause for a moment while kindred blood
Wlows,
And Ihe Mexican hawk on their ranks may' de-
send !
Will ye coldly consider, while those who ha've
come
To share in the blessings so proudly ve boast,
Still ask your protection for children a-nrd hcme,,
And all that by true men is valued the most.
Up', upLouiisianians! The cry has been brought' *
From the fair Rio Grande invoking your aid!
No lessons of valor TO YOU need be taught--
Ye all know your duty ; tife call has been made.
Ha hark The loud cannon already replies!
The sunimons to rally is hastening by--
The music ,f drums on the distant air dies,
And bann,-rs unfurled through each crowded
street fly !
On, O.N TO THE R1E'cur Your 'forefathers'fame,
Embalmed in each heart, isemblazonped n story!
RIEMAEBER ye all have some kindred or name
Enrolled through their deeds on the annals of
glory!
Then on Loui-ianinns! AGAIN rouse the spirit
As certain to conquer as prompt to repeat *
AWAY' widli the bii-thright ye proudly inherit,
To the rescue of" Taylor--.ro PO'INT ISABEL.
New Orleans, May 4 MOINA.
(From the Democratic Review'for May.]
H Y M N.
BY CALEB R TUSHINd.
We praise thee, God, when morning's ra'y
In orient skies begin to shine,
And once again, returning day
Wakes on this glorious world of thine.
We praise thee. God, whose mighty hand,
Supreme in love, supreme in powr
Rolls on the sun from land to land,
To light and glad each fleeting hour.
We praise thle, God, at evening tide,
With all the starry 'hosts on high,
Which beam, as if' thy thronebeside,
To hymn thy greatness through the sky.
At morn, at noon, at eve, 'we praise
Thy might and grace on bended knee,
And hearts of grateful joy still raise,
Creator, Saviour, God, to thee.


to t(ist my arm around her waist, and i)
strulp,..zing to f'ree herself, she upset a galley
of ed'filorial, a long article on the 'Oregon
question. Nothing daunted. I mnade tti her
again. This time I was more successful.
for I obtained a kiss. Bv St. Pail! it was
a sweet one-and the little witch bore it
like a martyr-she never screamed once;
but as T raise ,ny lips from hers, she lifted
her delicate little hand. aud gave me a box
on the ears that made me 'see more stars
thlan ever were viewed hy Herschel through
his big telescope. Somewhat nettled, and
witlh ny cheek smarting with pain, I again
seized'her waist, and said, -"Well, if you
don't like it, jnst take back the kiss." Slie
made a.desp-eratestrugole, and asshe jerked
herself from my arms, her foot struck the
lyp-po't, and over it went! Another galley
of editorial w sprinkled over theflo'or.
and inii her effi,:s iq reach ihe door. 'her
foot slipped and she fell. !'nil in the effort to
sustain herself, her 'handi-)er lilv-whitie
hand-the same little hand th;t 'had colhe
if) contact wilh my ears4--oh, horrible!-
was sMuck np to the elbow in the ink keg!
Shade of Franklin whait a .change came
over the beau'y of ih;it hand! She slowly
drew it from ifie keg dripping with ink, and
aiked me what use I Made of' that tiir" I
began to [Ye seriously alarmed and apolo
aized in thle. best Tarnner ,I could, and tu my
surprise, she, seemed rather pleased than
angry-but there was a 1lu-rking devil in
her eye" that told me there was mischief
afloat. As I stood surveying lhe'bla,1< co-.
vering of her hand, scarcely able to suppress
a lagh at its strange metatnorphosis, she
quickly raised it on high, and broneht it
lown1,,ke1s'slap upon my cheek- ? Before
I eoihld recover from iny surprise, the same
little hand was again descended, and again,
left its inky imprint on. my cheek.
Why, Mary," ekclainmed, "what are
you aliof1t ?"
I think yon told me you rolled ink on
ihefaccof the for.m,,"with a hind'laugh. and
again her hand lit upon my face-taking me
a broad slap in the very miiddle of my
co'lntenance,. and most wofull! bedaubing
my eyes. With a slight step and a merry
peal dof laughter, she skipped through the
door. She turned back when beyond my
reach, and witIh her roguish face peering in
at the doorway, shouted back-
I say, Charley, what kind of a -oller:
does my hand make ?,,
Oh," said I, ." y'ou take foo much ink."
"Ha.!, ha.!" she laughed, "well, good
bye Charley-lhals ?s my iinp'ession! ha!
ha !"
I went to the glass and Surveyed myself
for a motint. and verily believe I could
have passed fo'r a Guinea egro without the
slightest difficulty.,
And so," said I to myself, .hibis is love
in a printing office'. The 'devil fly awA,
witI such love !" J
The next morning when the editor tame
to the office. I rather calculate" he found
things a little t0lisy turvey. However, ^that
madle no difference to me-T-oIr 1 had 'miz-
zled" long before daylight.,
i bore ihe mark's of that scene for many
a day, and now whenever I see a lady enter
a printing office. I think :of little Mary, pund
keep rny eye on the ink-beg-and thoeth
she were as beautiful as Hebe I would not
vent u'e to louc h he'r 'ith a ten 'foot pole.
.Talk abon't love in a boudoir--love in a
bower-love on a spring +seat sofa-l-ove by
moonlight, starl.ighh. ]atJ l lpght,, or any oth-
er kind of light, and I am with you heart'
and sbul-but I pray you by the host of.
Faust, never -talk re me 'about love in a
prrinting office!

WHIAT TO'U WISH TO HAVE KNOWN, MAKE
sECiE'r.-.-Trust a bit of scandal to a whis-
per, and how 'fast it flies !-because it is
whispered. M igh1)t not the good deeds, for
which so very few can obtain the desired.
credit, become equally celebrated--imighli
not the faime of th~em be as. wide spread, if,
making no secret of them, we intrusted i hem
to the ever-circulating medium of secrecy.?
People "fall into ttie <'apita! mistake of pulb-
lishiog to all Hie Worhld their private virtues,
I heir benevolence, disinterestedness, and
temperance; but What if they were Ito keep
the reputtatio;n of these n,,ble qualilies in
iIhe background, andjus! permit a fr'iendl to
whlisper llhe exisianc.e of them as a great se-
cret, respecting which every lip was 10 be
henceforth sealed? Universal circulation
mttsl ensue. Let it bte once slated, in
strict confidence, that you stripped olt'vour
coat on a wiuter Inighil, and wrapped it round
a shivering, homeless wanderer, andl ihe
tow'n will soon ring with your d,'eds of phii-
lanthir-pldy--Iut the little incident must al-
ways be rehlaed as a profound secret, or its
progress (owards (he popular ear will lbe
show. utch is the natlurail tende~nty of a
secret to ge! into general eircnlattion, and
to see!!lethe privilege of coniinuail disclo-
sore, that it will even carry the heavy vir-
lues wviih it, and obtain ipopularity, f',r de-
sort. The gallery oif the moral graces is a


wlulpering gallery.
[Lia'mas Blanchard' s Sketches from Lfe.

A LopNG FAST.-There ik a man in Alex-
andria," La., who at the last acconnts had
for thirty) days refused to permit a parnie ,of
food or a Itdro-p of. limulant ito )pass his lips.
\ater, and that in small quantities, was Ihe
only nourishmentt taken by him, ald he still.
adhered with great pertinacity to the esiolve
at first e(*tpo3,eI by tim. pot to setek the
telineft i .of ediecIIal aid, During the last
few days hispulse has gradually declined in
stren,,dA, and .otber marked sympto.hib pre-
sage an approaching dirsolutibo.

It is said that the ladies are ahout hold-
ing a mfteting to remonstraie against Sena-
tor Allen' being called -"Petticoat Allen.'-
For the honor of their sex, they protest
against any attempt to makeawoman ,of
himrn


! DIVINE PROTECT'U-N.
"I cannot go where universal love smiles not
arou nrd."--Thomp.on.
What studded the blue arch of heaved
with glittering lights? What formed lhe
unknown depths of lthe ocean, and stored it
with innumerable creeping things? What
created the fair world of brightness and
beamy? What clothed, our fields with
green, and our valleys with corn? Wha't
glows
"Through all life, extends through all extent,
Spreads undivided, operates unspent."
The 'love of God, deep, unfathomable.
lirmiless love!
It is this 'which spe'rks in the wild warb-
ling of the feathered clir, we hear il in fhe
pearly rivulet and strean).--we se it in tile
bright flower of spring~in ihe sparkling lints
of the rose. and the beautiful fragrance of
the flower of the valle.y.
We hear it in tie howling of the midnight
siorm and in the summer breathings of the
,ealle zephyr. We see it in the bright
beams of the king of day and iu the milder
glory of the queen of night.
"Thou art, 0 God. the life and light
Of all this wondrous world we fee ;
It- glow by day, its smile by night,
Are reflv.ctionvs ca,"ghl from thee,
NVhere'er w: turn thy ghories Yhine,
And things so fair and bright are thine."
Spirit Preacliings.
BEAUTY.--There is something in beauty,
whether it dwells in ilhe ]uman laee, in tihe
pencilled leaves of flowers, the sparkling
surface of a fountain, or that aspect which
genius breathes over its statue, that makes
ns mnorn. it, ruin. 1 should not envy that'
man his feelings! who could see a leaf' with-
er or a flower flll witho.Ul some sentiment of
regret. This tender interest itn tile beauty
and frailty of things around us, is only a
slight tribute Of becoming grief and affec-
tion; for nature in our adversities never de-
serts us. Shet even comes more nearly to
Us i 1 oursorrows, and, leading .us away-
from the paths of disappointment and paia
into .he'r oothing recesses, always ilhe an-
guish .(f *our bleeding hearts, bintds 'up the
woutnds that have been inflicted, whispers
the (!eek pledges of a better hope, and.i ir
harmony with a spirit ofgtill holier birth,
points to that home where decay and death
can never come.

REV. DR. LATHROP.-This eminent Ii-
vine was considerable of a iwit, as well as
preacher.
"The, Reverend Doctor had a young
man to preach fo!r him. The sermon was
very 96ood, lhut fortunately had but little
to &o with.his tekx. The Monday after it
was delivered, t'he..awtlio~r called upon the
Doctor to ascertain its merits. 4 Well,'
said thie doctor in answer, to his trembling
enquiries, 'your sermon 'was well enough,
but I could'nt see as it had muceh conneec.
lion with Ihe text. f your text had had
the small pox, your sermon wouldn't Ihavw
caught it.'

BREA'D FROM-HEAVEN.---A very singular
event is said to have occurred in the Pach-
alic of Anatolia, in Asia Minor. They
were starving at that place for want of food,
and an extraordinary interposition of Provi-
dence had been imanifested in their behalf.
A glu'tinous substance or manna, of w!hi'ch
they make bread, has fallen in i-rnbnens0
quantities in a district of lhat co'tt-yrv.--
This food is selling publicly at 17s. per
quarter. This is stated in"a letter from
Smnyrta, dated March 7, 1846. received ia
papers by the steamer, which, if ill(,, will
create a great se.nsalion in the religious
world, being an event similar to the raining
of manna to the starving Israelites iu the
desert.
HAPPY M3ARRIAGFEs.-We clip the fol.
lowing official table from an English paper,
giving a view of the-counubial bliss in the
city of London :-
Runaway wives ......................1133
Rtunaway+ H usbauds,............2.348
31arried p,-irsous legally divorced ..... .4,17.$
Living in opeu warfare,.........17,245>
Living. in private misunderstanding,. .13,279
Mutually indifferent ................i..S5.40
Regardqed as happy, ... ...........3,175
iNearly happy,. .................. .....127
Perfeuclly happy ................ "..,.....13
THE ASIATIC CtHOLEEA.--This mysteri-
ous scourge is again at i:s work in Pt'rsia,
whither it iravetked bv the route of Khioras-
san. At Herar, Bokhlaira, "eern Isa
hat) and 3Mechlidthe dfiilhs hav'e~lbren vry
,numelrous. Ai Mechidt a !iiinl of ilir Pop-
uhation were carried off. The only tiWn of
imp,,rtalnce that lhas escaped ....Tabr'a nn
one of th~e p~rincipal cities of Persia. Tlhis
exception is tIh- more remairlable, as Tao
IbreK is V isitedt Ib more caravans tlhan event
Isp~ahan. The'various theories Ihat'exist
on tlhe ethiohogy of: cholera; and Ihe tin-


qjiest.ion;!)le obscurity that surrounds itj
make it dlsi'rable that each movement of the
enemy should be carefully'ioi'ed by the
medical jo urnalists.--[Medical "limes.

; .HOW T*O WRITE FOR NEWSPAPERS.--.
Have something to write abont. 2. Write
plain; dbl M "our i's;. cross your t's; point
senipteices; begin' with capitals. 3. Write
short ; to the point. stop' :when you hie
d(Ine. 4. Write only one side ol the sheet.
5. Read it over, abridge and correct it, un-
t il you get it, into the shortest space possi.
ble. 6. Pay the Postage.

TRtUTH.-The study of truth is perpet-
ually joined with the love of virtne;+ for
there is no virtue which derives not its on't1
ainal from ltrlth; as, on the eontirary, there
is no vice which,'has not its'beginning in a
lie. Truth is the foundation of all knowl.
edge, and the cement of all societies.
[Casuerba.


I ITOR B. Sy.,H1awi eY,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Cor. Water arid Chestnut streets,
Aprtl 4 Apalachicola, Fa.
T. It. C.1. :t. Austin,
GOMM-ISS1ON "'ERCHANTS,
Water Street,
Apalachicola,)'a.


I. D. BUGBEE. HARGROVE HoWARD
Silgabee & floward,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MR'RC HANTS,
No. 7, Colainbu; Block,
Nov. 1,J181 Apalachiri. Fa.


Sammse'l 'Scitifiler.
,.WHOLESALE AND REI'A.L GROCER,
3 Particular attention p -id to ..inr',r.; up family,
steamboat 'and ship stores.
; No. 49 Water street,
aec_ 2Q Aalach.icola, Fla.
Joel W. Perr',
kEGETVIN', !, FOliWVAR.'DI)ING AND
COM-,IVISSIO., MERCHANT,
No. '42 Water street,
Dpc 0 A-atachieola, Fa.


S ', '. It. &s S. 31. 141111,
FACTORS & Co. MrSSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 V r.-,, street,
Nov. 1, 84-5. APALACHICOLA, FA.
&vi G. Rtaney,
,>,!6:.I .,[n.-.,-lON ,\c FO RW;A R DING MER.CH-ANT
AND DEALER. IN GOODS,
No. 43 rater strcevt..


Apl'-chicola, Fa.


Francis Kopma11,
wHOIJESALP ANT) RETAIL DEALER IN
S!OES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheapfor Cash,
0c'tl C1 .,- ',,tT-Street, Apa''ac.hicola, Fla..
i.?* '. ,MAnmv,
., : rWholcs:-.e and Retail Dealer iih,
DRJ? MDC E ,PAINTrs, oi'LS,
GLASS, BRIUSHUfES, &c., &c.
; also,,
J A geeral 6,ot j,n f
BROOKS. BLANKS, STATIONETRY, &c &, c.
cor. of Centre & 'CGomeice street,
ffov5 Apalachicola, Fla.

MANUFACTtRRIR AND DEALER IN
CABINEI. FURNITURE.
(- No. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
novl6 Apalachicola. Fla.
.JE.ckaiart ,& roianug,
COMMISSION and FOR WARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov00 ADaLachicola:, Fla.


WI W. Sims. WM. W. CHEEvER.
'Sims | Cteev'ei,
COMMISSION MERCHANT S
(^ l Olc(!e, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
'dleck4 Apalachicola, F"!'a.


JSREMIAt DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Bay & Co.&,
COM-MISSION ME CHANTS,
.6. Water street,
Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fi..
(, Mso, A :,.n f or the -7Etna Iasurance Go.'"
he "Pr, ,'.-t 1,. lInsurance Co." and the" Hart-,
r-f.'r .i:,, ,t,,nii d.. H artford Conn.
L e, Fn'eI. E". Dlistil-!,
FACF00R. AN! .-\ND GOM.',3 .1 ON
MERCHANT,
: No. 2 Colurnbu's Block',
'Decacf, l l,>. A0alachicola, Fa..
Harper.& HOWile
COMMISSION .MI MERCHANTS,
... rii. t /or the .
S0N MTUeAVL JNSU)L.-iANCE COMPANY,'
Of the City of" ./eto York';
:i -No. 51 Wate" street, ,
gov 1, i8 r5. A'alac"hicola F,
E i t l d, 1:r 11 -:i' : t 1 2 3"
COM\%II,-110N ME ^3CFtA.IVT AND. DEkLER.
IN D.iY GOODS AND GROCERIES;
'No. 9 ColumBus Belock,
Nov 29 .Ap~alachicola,. Fa'.


[From the Illinois State Gazette.]
LOVE IN A PRINTING OFFICE.,
I once heard an old Jour. remark, that a
printing office was no place for love-i.rking,
and [ have since experienced the nr'nth of his
observstion-being now perfectly convinced
that the flower of love can nver bloom in
the midst of types, stands and printing ink.
It .was my fortune once to sojou;rn for a
few days in (lie village of -- Directly.
opposite 'tile office was a pretty white cot-
tage, with a rose bush cl'amhbering around
!he c-asement, aud I was not Iona in making
the discovery that the aforesaid white cot-.
taae with the rose shaded windoW, contain-
'ed a fair inmale-a flower whose beauty 'far
ot1tshone 'llie 'oses that "clnste'ed "around
ihe lewidlowv. She was a little blue eyed,
saufy looking cre:lure of some sixteen
sftInme!rs. She was ihe belle of llie vil-
lage. Her 'anaie dvas Mary- sweet po-
etic Mary.
'" I have a poelt' passion for the name of Mary."
.It was a beautiful summer .tnorning, and
I had raised the. w.Indow to ;dtliit the cool
breeze from the flo%'v.e:r decked flieds, arid it
was not 'lon t before I perceivd that,'the
cottage window was also hoisted, and Ih'at
sweet little M,;iry wal seated neail it. Iuisily
engi~aged'@ilh hr needle. 1 worked but lit-
tle. t'lt;'It t-iorning,. MY eyes constantly wan-
Ierlled lwrds the coti.fae window, where
little Ma'ry sat,.and all sorts of strange
add f;'mt;,s ic sl nofiis whirled ihrou, h mv
lanoty- jialited Iir'i'r6, and I began to think I
'felt a sliilht touch of what ille poets call
love, flid in at tlhe corner of n' y li-art.
A Pew days passed away, and chatice
made me acqi;iinled with Mary. Heaveis!
she was a sweet creature-she had a Cbrm
that wonld have s'hamned the famous Venuis
de Medici-a ch'ock that ouwlbilshed lhe
richest peach--andI a lip that would llhve
tempted a bee from his hive on 0I frosiv
morningt. I thought, as I gazed on her in
mute admiration, that I had never looked
upon one so exquisitely beautiful. She
seemed tie embodiment ofkill that is lovely
and hewitching.
Well, time pased on, and one day M1ar1'y
expressed a desire to visit the printing offivo.
Gad! Ithouglit 1, what a chance! I'll do it
there, yes, there in the very midst of the
implements of mine art+--why shouldn't I.?
Love in a Printing Ofce--eh There %as
something originAl in that and 1 resolved to
try it at all hazards.
Well, Mary came to the office, and f ex-,
plained to her the uses of the various imn-
plements of the black art-the press and
tile roller-the/ink and tlie stands, and the
boxes of the A..B. C',. I took an oppor-
tunity to snatch ter pretty lily-white hand,
and she drew it back, knocking a stick full
of matter into pi!
I must have a kiss for that, my pretty
one," said I, and at it I went. I managed


Jas. F. laa'ri'ir,
GENERALT, RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COJt t-,F 0N MERCHANT,
No.9 Columbus Block,
.nov Apalachicola;, Fla.,


T. J. S-ANFORD-. M. M. BUTT.
s iifo,-.d & Buir,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 36 Water Street,,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


L UMBER INSPECTOR.-*The undersigned
having been a:)pointed 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 2 2 Water street.
March 28 JAMES GIBSONN.
s PUMBER ISECTOR.-The undersi-ned
haVin been. appointed Ins;-ector of Lumber
tor the Counly of Franklin:, offerzli his set'vices to
the public in that capacily, and "will attend to alI
duties appertaining to said appointment.
CORNELIIUS GRADY.
March 2-2..! 84.5.


Avery & Joics,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
. No. 31 Water street.
Dec is Ap-ilachicola, Fa.


Win. H Kinbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.
NV' I 1.ftili r wa & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
M E R C H A NTSS
Office, No. 2.5 Water stieet-Upstfairs,
: ; .. Apalachicola, Fla.
k Liberal advances on coittn consigned to
their friends in N--.',' York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. 1, 1845.
TIiomas P'l-1-stall;
COMMISSIONN AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT., ,
', ; APALACHICOLA. Fa.
Office,No. 45, corner Water and,i'..:.-'irt sttreets,
up stairs.-SEtranc- on Chestnut street,.
Oct. -25,1845. 6'm


L UMBER INqPECTOR.-Having been ap-
)ointed inspectorr of Lumber t-,r the County
of Franklin, the undersig-ied offers hii services
to the public in that capacity, and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said aonointmeni.
April IS, i&46. BEN.I. LUCAS.


Wam. <. Porter & C6.
ibEALEars iN" GoODs A.N COMM MISSION
.1,7 i[-1 T S,.
No. II \Vier Street.
ov 29 Apalaohicoli, Fa.

COIMI-N[ SSION ME-RCHANT,
N6., W ater street,
jqovV29 ... ..... Api lachicola, V a.


Waslkiinrgtoti Cauaty-.
--T A X C 0 L L ECT0 R'S SALE.
W IrlLL be sold on tMe second Monday in Sep-
V temper n'pxt, .(14th) at thO 'C,,'urt. house
door' at Roache's Bluff, in Washington county
wit hin the 0i;a6 hours of sale, the f10hlowing pro-
perty, to w il : ,
Fi'ur hundred an~d eighty acres of land, lying
in Hllmp's Valley, levied on as the.property ,,f
the estate of' Jacub A. Blackwell, and to be sold
for the takes lor the year 1815.
Alto, (ne hundred; and sixly acres of" a.nd, ly-
inga m.) Hickroy Hill, levied on aA Vie properly ot
-- Black;4tne, and to be sold for the taxes
fxr the vear 18.15.
AOI,' forty acres of iand-, lyin& in Holmes'
Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the (axes for the year 1815.
Aleo, forty acres of land, tyinay on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, aud to
be sold fot the year 1845.
Also,..ne hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ina; 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. 10-6m


ALUEAT6 IODDE.. CI ARLES PATT-.

LIMPPrN4 & COMMISSION MERaCHANTS,
4, 4 No. 40 Waer Street,
Nov 32 Apalachicola, FA.
Ifln y &- ti'-rt.la ),1r1 ,e
Co M'M I S ; 10 NN ME R.C H A NTJS
.I| No.'40 Water street, "
Nov. I, 115I. Apalachicola, Florida.


lti,,r%!^*'s Al!6en & .6-,,
TIANUFACTUR :1-4 IN TIN, IRON, COPPER,
BRASS, &i.
S- ..A.LSO, DE-ALERS I .N
Iairdware, Stoves, Btitannma and J. tpaned Wares,
Iio'o, qte-1, NIils Spike, GGrate Bars;
So-';r K -Iles and Milts, and other
C tsi;ig l;Snip Chandler?-,&c.
Oct. 2.3, 1815. APALA.'CHICOLA, Fa
WILLIAM DiCKxr. J W. HAMi61D.
~- 5;ice & aa ,i~i, o
SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS,
32 Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa.
October 18, 1845 421f


i .. i fs. L. Milchi,
RECEIVING,. FORWARDING, AND
CO2, \I[$5I,.I-'l MIERCHtNT;
,, ^o. 31 \Vater street,
Nv. 1, iAA. A-)alachicola, Fla.
layerss^ & Iitc?el,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36 Water-street,


Rt Taylijel
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
Nb. 22 Water-street,
sent2 Iv A- alachinola.


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


Apalachicola, Fa.


Nov 15.


H. R. WooD.


P. W. CULLEN.


Wood & Co.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 32, Water street,
Nov. 1, 1849. Apalachicola, Fa.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
The strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors.
Sales at Store every Saturday.-


.3;ansvassed HamS.
CASKS Canvassed Hams, for sale by
5 WOOD & CO,
March 7 '32 Water-st.


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WHOLESOMEi ADVICE.-The New Orleans
wurier says: War actually exists-and


COMMERCIL MflEMOE. Cc
AIALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1846. pe
th
O(z- Tha following gentlemen are authorized ,
Agents for the COMIMER.CIAL ADVERTISER, anid will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise- st
ments:-- kr
MESSES. MASON & TUTTLE, 38 William Street, w)
New York. T
DAVID BRAVo, Esq., New Orleans.
"V'DM. \V..CHEEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga. di
JAMES H. WILSON, Esq., Fort Gaines, G-a.
Major JACiK HARDMAN, Eufaula, Ala. so


of the city fathers formerly, about the time some repulsed, our army sleeping on the field of
of the honorable members of Council did make battle, on whIch next day were found 200
money, and for aught I know, grew rich. Why Mexicansdead, several pieces of Artillery,
continue his communications, intimating that the stores, &c. Maj. Ringgold died subse-
Council are villains of the darkest hue ? Hesays, quently from wounds in this action.
Of the second battle we can only give the
although not paid functionaries, but yet there are following particulars from the Picayune.
many ways of killing a cat,' &c., so the office of The U. S. Steamer Col. Harnay arrived
Councilman may be made to assimulale with this morning, just as our paper was going
money by other means than daily or quarterly to press, from Brazos St. lago, having left
pay, together with many other similar insinua. on the 13th inst. Her news is glorious to
tions, running in the same slough, without a sin- our arms.
gle direct charge of corruption. If he had ad- She brings official aeeounts of a second
hered to his original proposition to point out the bt bte t M i a America
0 forces, which took place on the 9th, corn-
evils of the City Charter, his ignorant, afflicted, menacing at half-past 3 o'cloak,. P. M., with-
neighbors might understand them; he has said in three miles of Camp Taylor. The ac-
nothing that has shed any new light on tie sub- tion was upon the edge of a ravine, and one
ject, nor probably cannot. His object seems to mile from the chaparral, which was here
have been in part to make display of his talents; about 12 miles in width.
7$he prides himself on his learning and leisure; The Mexicans commenced the action
puts himse, on his dignity ; quotes the Maragna with their artillery, which was posted so as to
languse; and for fear that his ignorant fellow- sweep the narrow-pass by which Gen. Tay-
Jow- was advancing, there being a swamp on"
citizens do not understand it, kind soul, he goes either hand. Gen. Taylor immediately or-.
on to itnterpret it for their edification. In the tered a charge in the teelh of the enemy's
same paragraph he admits that he formerly had destructive fire, and the troops promptly
been driven from a similar attempt at municipal responded, and carried the enemy's guns at
reform by some laborer, who "wielded the hod the point of the bayonet.
by day and the pen by night," and prevented him So sudden and impetuous was the attaeki
for a time from discussing his contemplated re. and so successful, that Arista had not time
for 'to save -his papers, which with all his corres-
forTm. pondence fell into the hands of General
The subscriber begs leave to decline "wielding Taylor.
the hod," or in aiy way to continue a subject void The action lasted one hour and a half, in
of intert.st to the public in general. If he is which time 600 Mexicans were either killed
anxious to find another champion to "wield the or wounded, and the Americans took 300
hod," or throw dirl, I am not his man, but will prisoners and eight pieces of artillery. The
take the libeitv to say if he has any reform to Amae-rican loss in this action was but sixty-
two, killed and wounded.
propose, I for OIre, and no doubt many others, Among the killed were Col. Mcldtosb,-*
f would be pleased to see it, adapted to the minds ie ut.'Cochran, Col. Brown (by the Burst-
of our ignorant citizens, divsted of all insinua- ing of a shell.) Lieut. Eng, and one or two
tions, and confined to facts. CITIZEN. others, whose names are not given. Col.
ro e.. on ,a6. R Payne, Lieuts. Gates. Burbank, Hooe, Lu-
[From the N. 0. Co. Times, May 16.1 her and othes were wounded.
1 LATERi FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. We regret to say that Major Ringgold,-
B1lost Important I who was so severely wounded in the action,
.i'ewsfrom the Seat of War-Retvrn of Gen. of the 8th died an the 10th inst. and was
Taylor to his camp, from Point Isabel--Corn- buYied next day with the honors of.wvar.
r bat with the .Mexicans on the Way-Particu- The toal lo'ss of the Mexicans in the two"
Jars not yet ascertained, actions of ihe 8lh and 9th was at leas('1200.
By the arrival last night, of the Unoied The Mexican force amounted to at.I-east
Sales schooner Flirt, Lieut. A. SINCLAIt, 6,000 men. while that of the Americans on
which left Brazos Santiago on the 8lh inst. the ground did not exceed 1600 men.
(two days later than the New York.) we An exchange of prisoners took place be-
have learned that Gen. Taylor set out Itom tween the two armies subsequent to the ac-
Point Isabel, on his return to the entrench- (ion, hy which Capts. Thornton and Hardee-
ed camp, op,p[ysite Matamoros, on the 7th and Lieut. Kane had been returned to there
inst., at 4 o'clock, p. M., wilh about two army. Lieut. Deas was not demanded and.
thousand men, escorting a large supply o'f still remains a prisoner. Among the, pris-
pr'Isions. Thle Flirt left port at' Ihe same owners taken by Gen. Taylor was Gen. Veja.
hour, and, during, the evening, a brisk can- Par him two American'officers were offered
n nonaide wais heardI, svee inL-ly at a distance in exchrnie, but it was declined to give him
e orfaboul eight or nine miles fromn Point fs-a- ,p, save in exchange for an American offi-
- hel. which continued until she was too far cer of equal rank. whenever one should be
e on her way to hear more- In the course of taken.
x the night, the Flirt fell in wtth Commodoie Gen. Veja and two Mexican Lieutenants
e Conner's squadron, consisting of the Cum- were sent over by Gen Taylor on the Col.
berland. (flaa-ship,) Rariian, Potonac, John Harnay as prisoners of war. Gen Veja was
e Adams and Somers-, allowed to be accompanied by one of his
These vessels were then obi their way to aids, a Lieut. Colonel; as a friend.
Brazos Santiago, to afford assistance to Gen. The Mexican army was so confidant of
d Taylor, the Commodtore having heard at victory that every 'preparation had been
- Vera Crnz, that hostilities had commenced, made to celebrate if; but all their prepara-
s, The Flirt was directed to Brazos Saniago tions fell into the hands of the Americans.
S. with the squadron, for the purpose of la- In their flight many of the Mexicans took
e king important despatches to New Orleans, to the river, and were drowned in their at-
,t which Commodore Conner was desirous of tempts 10 swim it.
sending. She remained at Brazos until I Gen. Taylor reached his caimp the .after-.
' o'clock A. M., the next day, when she fi- noon of the action. 'Leaving there his
)r nally sel sail hither with the despatches.- whole force, be started the next morning for
e The noise of artillery continued to be heard Point Isabel, and arrived there the evening
the whole morning of the 8lh, and as it of the 10th without molestation. The
d gradually became less distinct, it was be- morning of the 11tl he started back for his
is lived that the Mexicans were retreating be- camp opposite Matamoros. '%Ve need not
,r fore the American army. During the eve- say that he and his army are in the highest
rning the noise was heard by the Flirt at spirit.
d sea, and after dark, signs of a conflagration The Steamer Dallas took off from this.
were twice observed, in the direction of place (Montgomery)-last night,. the Pint-
m Matamoros. The first it was conjectured lala Vanguards," numbering 70 hardy fel-
Y' arose firom the burning of Barrita, a town lows; the Selma will take _b .- Blues" to- "
to on the right bank of the Rio Grande, which day, about 80; and to-morirdv the 1 Rifles,"
ie Gen. Taylor had announced his attention abuot the same number will leave for Mo- "
r- to destroy ; the se,,ond, it is supposed, was bile. Montgomery will have sent a Battal- -
ly occasioned by the destruction of Matamo- lion when all these have got off.
d- ros. Major Brown had tried to set fire with-
red hot shot on the first attack on his camp, [From the New Orleans Com. Times, May. 16.] t
w but had not entirely succeeded ; the uext MEXICO.
[e attempt was probably successful. The Sardinian brig Providencia, arrived
h., Gen. Taylor was in high spirits when he her yesterday, fi'om Vera Cruz,/which city
s. left Point Isabel, confident in his ability to she left on the 4th inst. Lieuts. Nolandand 8
he force a passage to the camp. Officers and Mviddleton, U. S. N., came passengers by ,"
Ilt nmen partook of his enthusiasm. Gen. Tay- her. Thie United States squadron, consist- -
nt lor stated to one of the officers of the. Flirt, in of the Raritan, Falmouth, St. M1ary]s
That he did n'ot believe the Mexicans had and John Adams, was off the port, The.-
n-more than eight or ten thousand men on Providecia brought fill files of papers from '
g& bolls sides of the river. Vera Cruz, up to the date of snilin-a ; and
ce No fimther news had been received from from the city of Mexico .to the 28lh ult.
Maj. Br'own. since the departure of the By the kindness of a gentleman of this city,
ne _New York. The camp, with 500 men, ae- we have bee favored- with a perusal o( i
hie cording to Gen. Taylor, was capable of re- thiem, and we cull, for the information of
in sisting the whole Mexican force, being our readers, the following paragraphs:,.
m- strongly fortified Commodore Conmef" ol- SANTA ANNA AND HIS SECRETARY.-E^ '
mt feted, on arriving at Brazes, tfl lauid 16'00 Tiempo, of the 27th ult., states that Senor;
^.or 2000 seamen and m~arinres; R" they wore Don F. Ler-do, the Secretary of Gen. AI-
eir required, monte, hadl heen arrested at Vera Cruz and
ti. The .S!. 21ar.s was s'oon expevt~ed to confined in the castle of San {Tuende DI~oa,


to join the squadron at Brazos. in consequence of papers having been found'
I Capt Thornton was alive, and a prisoner in his possession, which reveal the ,true
int atMatamoros. Hehadwriltentothecamp. cause of his return from the Havana--conm-
x- A steamer, probably the Augusta, was en- promising him to that degree, that he is to"
nd tering Brazos, with troops, when the Flirt be forthwith tried, crimiinally. He was,I6n
or left. The latter also met the James L. Day. the4th of April, forwarded to the cjy of
and thle Telegraph, on the 121h inst. 200 Mexico, strictly guarded. He cape/from
at miles to the Westward of the Balize. the Havana, doubtless, on a missMn from
ect It was stated on good authority, that the Satnta Anna and Ahnonte. .. 1
i1y American Consul, and all the American ^EIA PLAN OF WARFARE,-- Ex-
ip- citizens of M itamoros, had been sent to ME XCA No f e ut i fur shesits
Solhaia, 130 miles inland. reader of the sts t im o fur iibe s
,on The intrepid and enterprising Walker readers with the system of inarpre phich is
te aai lf fr heetrncedC'1rn wth7 to be adopted by the Mexicans in opposing,
tm- again left for the entrenched camp with 75 theAmerican army. It is to be emphati-
i men, an hour >nd a halfeafter his aren vat t call a little, procrastinating, harrassing war,.
Point Isabel, with m e intelligence that the (guerraenpequento.) The Government is,
r- Mexicans had made he attack which h adjnred to abandon all idea of giving a pitch-
f been so signally repulsed. ed battle, a campaign fight, but to confine
Since the above was in type, we have re- the troops to a geuritla war. The Mexican
ceived a slip from the Columbus Times, by army is to be split into fragments of. 500 or.
eivai of the Co s last even-o600 infantry and 200 cavalry, with which

rn. the arrival of the steamer Boston, last even- they are to intercept convoys to the Amerj,
ten ing, with the following important news from can forces, cut off their communicatiges,
and the Seat of War :- hang upon their fla;nLk, pick off stragglers.'
and keep them, by unexpected attacks.jn a.
the [From the Mongomery Journal, Extra, May 19 ] continual state of alarm.r They are to
,int BY EXPRESS FROM MOBILE. watch opportunities of making a sudden'
s of Latest from tile Army-The M1lex- descent on their hospitals and magazines,'
ua- icans Twice Routed! 1 lay was-te the country through which they:
r of By the Daily Picayune, and an Extra are to pass, and in this. manner wear them.
on from the. Mobile Advertiser of the 18th, out without giving them an opportunity of
'we have news the substance of which is striking a single effective blow.
fled contained in the following. All this is very well on paper, but^ we
There have been two engagements be- mistake much the character of the G6vern-
tu- tween Gen. Taylor and the Mexican Troops, meant at Washington, if, once convinced of
led, the first occurring on the 8th inst., when this systetin being actually., adxjpted, it do
)uob Gen. Taylor was returning from Point Isa- not, with its expensive means at command,
ncil bel to his Camp, opposite Matamoros. In assemble an army of sufficient magnitude,
onIt this the Mexicans from 55000 to 7,000 were to marc'b r'At ou to the .cy of" Mexic'o,


[Fromi. the New Orleans Picuyuie.]
THE MEXICAN WAR.
Now that hostilities have actually begun-
that blood has been spilled-that the Un-
levd States territory bas been invaded-that
,the Mexicans have invested an American
army upon our own soil, and the 'first blow
bas been st'ncken by the enemy, we trust to
baear no more prating about magnanimity-
no more homilies upon the virtue of for-
bearance towards a vaunting and imbecile
foe. There is no problem in mathematics
More absolutely demonstrable than the irn-
posshbility of having a good understanding
with 31exico before giving her a sound
drubbing. A foray upon her border, a de-
scent 'Upon one of t*le frontier provinces
with (incn-ii ie,'.,ble advantages, such as the
razing of Matamoros or the capture of any
gmafll ",rmy,.will not answer. The occasion
'requires a substantial and energetic inva-
si6n of the richest and most populous dis-
tricts. National, character demands that
the s8cath of battle be felt near the vitals of
Mexico.
: When Americans speak of the imbecility
of Mexico, they should first look at home,
and see if the term does not befit other
mouths. Let ns examine this matter and
find out if it becomes us to reproach that
Nation with a lack of spirit or deficiency in
'prowess.
Since the accomplishment of the Texas,
"revolution, Mexico has made the perfidy of
the Unitad States a theme of constant ani
bitter detnunciation This language sh-e
-has been ci,:-l'.l to bring to our knowledge.
She has thrust it into the ears of our Minis-
terg, bellowed it in the hearing of the civil-
ized world, and snubbed the United States
"Secretary of Stale, and even the President,
himself, with galling repetition of it. To
this the reply has been, "she is a weak and
vain-gloriuus3 people and ought to be al-
lowed to talk." Our countrymen settled
down in the opinion that it ans nmagnani-
mons to permit her to rail, and so 4her of-
fensive tirades have been requited with mosgi
admired indifference. She continued her
denunciations against us, but byway of re-
J tievini them of tlie tnono'tony of mere log-
Somachy, made most murderous forays upon
Texas. in which she occasionally picked up
'United Sl,,tes citizens travelling in that
country upon private business and under
the sanction of a formal recognition of the
Republic by their own Government, The
United States'Government at one time gath-
ered spirit to protest against those barba-
rous onslaughts; but Bocanegra, the Mex-
ican Minister of Foreign Affairs, answered
'Mr. Webster in a strain of such insolence
and defiance that the American SecretarV
:replied in a long despatch, which was re-
gardl,'J by amateurs in diploniiaic corres-
Tpondence as an admirable composition ir
,English. This is all we did.
It is scarcely necessary to review the pas-
sages that have taken place between the two
Governments since the Annexation. of Tex
- as became a natter of public consideration
The circumstances are too recent to have
-been forgotten, and are quite too humili-.
,tig to be dwelt upon unnecessarHy. Insult
in every form of language has been heape'd
upon us. Our pubLc Ministers have beer
robbed by bandilti, in all probability set
upon them by Mexican officials. All inter-
'conrse was, peremptorily suspended between
'the two countries; and when the Unitec
St.ieq sent a Plenipotentiary there to renew
friendly intercourse, he was refused recog-
nition and packed home with affected cour-
tesy, notwithstanding the mission was got
uup upon an express understanding between
!the parties. In all these transactions Mex-
ico has been the assailant, the United States
the sufferer. The viler the epithets and
*the more humiliating the in;tilt; of Mexico
the snbtimer the magnanimity of the Uni
,ted States expanded. Inl fact, the'country
is bursting with the bigness of hs own dig-
Dity. ,
True, we have had ships of war at Sacri-
ficios and an army at the mouth of the Nue-
ies, but niot a blew'has been struck to re.
sent insult. Our army has been ordered tc
*the gRio Grande--btt what to do? Th(
Mexicans have taken it as a part of our mag.
nanimous policy to send troops to a poinl
more convenient for them to surround, an
they have surrounded them. They hav(
crossed the liue in force--now skirt th(
camp, pick off detachments and murder
single individuals who venture beyond th
fortifications. Taking this homely, matter
'of-fact view of the past, which of the tw
countries has the better right to charge th
other with pusillanimirty ?
We are spealing now of historical facts
Since the disintegration of Texas, what hay,
been the comparative successes of the Mex
lean aud American races ? The Texan!
have crossed the Rro Grande twice; onc,
*as allies of a Northern revolutionary move
ment, andi another time as invaders. Wha
was the result of those expeditions ? Th,


first was wasted by treachvery, the second
utterly cut to pieces. The Santa Fe ex
pedition-a third expedition-crossed th,
E.io Grande as prisoners.
Texas, however, has done better thar
the United States. That republic, 'whils
ye- in swaddling clothes, made battle, whils
the United States, full grown, robustiou
and plethoric to obesity, takes overtures-
or tries to, so we will take the will for th
deed. The nearest we have come to tna
-king battle has been to supply the Aiexicar
forces with arms, anmuinilion and provi
.sou1s from this port of New Orleans, I
niy be therefore said of us that if we d(
not fight oirselvei, our seaports at least fur
nish the means of figlhting to the enemy.
What foundation can any one find for ex
ultation in the events that have so lately
transpired?-what justification for the coG
tempt so continually expressed for Mexico
what groundjor felicitating ourselves upo
our power and prowess in this connection'
Mexico has given every insult that has bee
passed, and stricken every blow that ha
been dealt. Weak as she may be, torn b
internal dissensions as she undoubtedly is
and straitened by pecuniary necessities a
isconeeded, nevertheless she is bold enough
to bully the United States, and powerful
enough to invadeour own soil-besiege an
shut up in their entrenchments an Ameri
can army upon its own territory. These
notorious and mortitying facts should be se
to another 'tune than the pxns in which po
liticians sing to the glory of the Stripes an
.Stars. A self-sufficient magnanimity is
meagre protection a_,.insit-an enemy which
crosses rivers to harass an army. Nor wi
sae most elov-wat declamatio1 upon th


forbearance of a great nation bring Cross to I
life or wake the dead but lately slain upon
the Rio Grande.
It is fully understood that the Mexicans
have been sustained in their hostility to the
United States by foreigners. So after all it
is not quite so magnanimous to be so coal r
and comfortable under insult as might be
supposed, even if our soil were not inva-
(led. But we will give a trauslation of a
Proclamation which Ampudia has found
the means of distributing in the American
camnp, by way of letting our readers into
the secret service of the war now waging:
The Commander-in-.Chief of the Mexican dr-
my to the English and Irish under the order
of the dmerican General Taylor:
Kzqtrw YE : That the Government of the Uni-
ted States is committing repeated acts of barba-
rou3 aggression against the magnanimous Mexi-
can nation; that the Government which exists
'under the flag of the stars" isnunworthy of the
designation of Christian. Recollect that you
were born in Great Britain; that the American
Government looks .with coldness uponthe power-
ful flag of St. George, and is provoking to a rup-
ture the warlike people to whom it belongs, Pre-
sident Polk boldly manifesting a desire to take
possession of Oregon, as he has already done of
Texas. Now, then, come with all confidence to
the Mexican ranks, and I guarantee to you, upon
my honor, good treatment, and that all your ex-
penses shall be- defrayed 'until your arrival in the
beutiful capi-tafl of Mexico.
Germans, French, Poles, and individuals of
other nations! Separate yourselves from the
Yankees, and do not contribute to defend a rob-
.bery and usurpation which, be assured, the civil-
ized nations of Europe look upon with the'utmost
indignation. Come, therefore, and array your-
selves under the 'tri-colored flag, in fheconfidence
that the God of Armies protects it, and that it
will protect yot-equally with the English.
PEDRO DE AMPUDIA.
FRANCISCo R. MORENO,
Adjt. of the Commander-in-Chief.
Head Quarlers, uopon the Road to Matamoros,
April 2, 1846.
This exhibits the machinations at the
bottom of the present enterprise. The
Mexican fort of San Juan de Ulua is filled
with foreign engineers, and the army now
this side of the Rio Grand. is accompanied
by French, English and other arlillerymen.
An army altogether formidable enough to
excite the spunk and exercise the military
t abilities of as great a people as popular ora-
r tors describe us to be, awaits us. MI rk
this. And since the war has begun, let it
he pushed forward wvith vigor. A tiny, Lil-
liputian affair will but tarnish our arms.-
To end the campaign as becomes the honor
- and dignity of the Republic, an American
General should dictate the terms of peace
in the city of Mexico.

TEXAS.-As the subject of the public
- lands in this State begins to attract some at-
e mention, we republish the. following state-
ment, which exhibits how vast the amount
- is-
9 Superficial extent of Texas, 397,319 sq. miles
as comprised within the or
limits defined by statute
e of First Texian Congress,
page 133,................. 254,284,160 acres
" Total amount of land issued
t by' he various boards of
I land Cornanmissioners,........... 43,543,070 "
a Total amount recommended,
t from the above, as good and
lawful claims by the Com-
a missioners appointed to de-
f teet Fraudulent Certificates,. 19,212,206 "
Total amount issued by the De-
partment of war, as boun-
tv and donation claims ....... 6,300,000 "
- Total amount of Land Scrip
t sold by the Government of
I the Republic of Texas,..... ...368,787 "
- Total amount of legal claims
s to lands issued by the author-
| cities of Texas............. 25,880,994 "
Total amount issued by various
Boards of Land Commission-
ers, and supposed to be fraud-
Y lent ...................... 24,331,764 "
" Total amount of land issued by
the authorities of Mexico, a
portion of which is supposed
to be invalid............... 22,080,000
_ Total amount of public domain
S subject to location, and un-
e surveyed ................. 161,991,403 "
[Baltimore jtmerican,.
t MARRItAGE OF THE AMERICAN MINISTER.
1 AT TuaIN.--The Hon. Robert Wiekliffe,
e jr., Charge d' Affaires of the United States
e at Turin, was married on the 7th of April
r, to Miss Josephine Van Houton, of Rottef-
e dam-a lady of rank and fortune. The
- marriage was celebrated in the chapel of the
o Prussian embassy, at Turin, by the Rev.
e Mr. Bert, pastor of the Protestant Legation.
In the evening Mr. W. entertainedl the
bride and a distinguished party at dinner.
e The act of marriage was attested hy rhe
- chaevalier Biscarra, for the bride, and by Mr.
s G. J. Crufts, 'of Charleston, S, C., for the
e bridegroom.

t RECIPE FOR PREPARING FIGs.-A cpr-
e respondent of the Savannah Republican
1 ,gives the following mode of preparing and


- boxing Figs. He says that Figs cured in
e this way are equal to the imported article:
Gather the figs with the stems to them, be-
n fore they are fully ripe. have a syrup pre-
it pared of either white or brown sugar, and,
it while boiling, put in your figs and let them
s remain till they are flat, which will be in a
- few minutes; take them out, put them on
e a dish or tray, and place them in the sun;
I- after they have drained, place them'in an-
n other tray, taking care to turn them; let
- them be turned and gently pressed down
It twice a day. Two or three days sunning is
o sufficient to cure them. Before boxing
r- them, have some well-dried loaf-sugar sifted
upon them-box them,'and they are ready
- for use. It is important that they are not
y allowed to stay too long in the boiling syrup
1- -if they do, they can never be properly
? dried.
u Abundance of figs are raised in Florida,
? without any trouble. In fact. the only
A trouble experienced with them, is in making
Is use of them as fast as they ripen. Fig trees,
Y when kept trimmed and their trunks white-
s, washed, are beautiful as well for shade as
Is ornament. They are of rapid growth, and
h commence bearing quite young. The cut-
t1 ting, if set out in the winter, will put out ir
d April or May, and will bear in two years
i- We hope the recipe above will be preserved
e and practised upon.-[Floridian.
jt- A very large majority of the people
d of WisconAin having ,leeared in favor of a
a State Governmfen!, Wisconsin will be rep
11 resented in the next session of Congress by
e 4two Representatives.


persons within the United States and under
,e American flag will act wisely in con-
rming themselves to the new circum-
ance in which they find themselves. We
now that there are emissaries amongst us
}o are in, correspondence with the enemy !
Po these men we say, what you could have
one with impunity last week may be trea-
on to-day, and lead to deplorable conse-
uences. Forget n'ot that there are watch-
al eyes upon you, and if you pass one inch
ver the line of the law, the best thing for
ou to do is to say your prayers."
Q:7 Hon. T. BUTLER KtINu has been
unanimously nominated by the Whigs of
.he first Congressional District of Georgia,
s a candidate for re-election to Congress.

C7f The longest street in the world, with
he exception of two in London, is Front-
treet, Cincinnati ; it is seven mile in length,
nd is closely built the whole distance.
CrINEsE EMIGRANTS.--A Missionary
writing from China to Dr. Cone of New
York, says:-"It is not unreasonable to
anticipate that an emigration from China to
America will yet take place, equal to, if not
greater, than any that has yet been known
romn Europe. I venture to predict, thal
the population of the Pacific States will be
:omposed in no small measure of Chinese.
A channel once opened, vast numbers of
hat over-populated country will wend their
way thither."
07 By the report of the Ist of May, it
appears that the Treasury Notes ouistand-
ng at that date, were 8598,114 38.
Q The receipts into the Treasury for
he quarter ending on the 31st ef March,
were $7.808,870. The expenditures $4,-
483,897 09.
The amount on deposit on the 27th ult
to the credit of the Treasury was $13a,000,-
698 72.
[For the Commercial Advertiser.
MR. EDITOR :-
Time jogs on.. The political elements are dis-
cordant, and occasionally portend evil. Our own
little city is not exempt from strifes, that agitate
and sometimes aleniate men, who, were the bet
ter feelings of the heart uppermost, would be
sociable and friends. Our City Charter is now
the subject of agitation. We are so progressive
in principle, that, like the people of New York
our constitution must be changed to meet the
spirit of the age.
My motto is-" Let well alone." Select good
men for the city government-pay our debts-
and apply our energies to improve advantages
in a business way, that our position has given us
Some of these advantages, in my opinion, hav
been entirely overlooked, or if thought of, no
acted upon. For instance, the Lumber Business
which is most important, and our position fo
success in that business is unsurpassed in th
United States.
The forests on our rivers are inexhaustible an
afford almost every variety of timber. Location
are favorable in the upper part of the city tfb
Saw Mills. Turtle Harbor is a secure place fo
thousands of logs. Steam mills can be erected
at from two to six thousand dollars, to saw front
four to twenty thousand feet of lumber pe'r day
The question may be asked, where are we t
get a market for all this lumber? I answer, th
World. The Northern, English and French mar
kets are known to begoo-0, and freights are readily
obtained to some extent in almost all cotton load
ed ships at fair rates. The West Indies and Ne
Orleans are at our doors, from which we raak
considerable importations, for which we pay easl"
and vessels in the trade only get return freight
No0 dif-ficulty will be found for a market if th
basiaaess is actively gone into, and the resu
would be, activity in our streets--improveme
to our property. The mechanic would be ei
coiiraged to exert his skill; the labourer to sin
his cheerful song, and we should steadily advance
in wealth and prosperity
Another subject, whi-ch has been sometinc
agitated, I hope now to see carried out. T"l
Road from this place to Quincy. It is now
Ihe hands of our energetic Board of Road Cor
moissioners, and we have reason to expect th
every thing will be done by them that is mn th(
power to do, and it is to be hoped that our eit
Zens will second their effortIs with the means
have this road completed earty next year.
would suggest that the road be run to some poi
where the ferriage would be shortest and least e


pensive, even should the distance be greater a
require more money to complete it, as steam
horse boat ferrys are expensive in the outlay
first qnd to keep in repair afterward. The obje
should be to have people ccme direct to the ci
with their teams and produce, without trans-shil
ping, at as little expense as possible.
I might have gone more into particulars up
these subjects, but fearing that I might be t
dious, I close by saying, action, united and w
directed action, will do away with all the mu
murings of the industrious about-hard times, c
government, &c., that we now hear ,o much
PUBLIC.
[For the Commercial Anvertiser
MESSRS. E-DITORS:-I perceive that your lear
ed correspondent, Taxalus," has again writt
nearly two columns in your independent a
valuable paper, on what he is pleased to term t
evils of our municipal government; but in-poi
of fact is nothing more than the lamentations
an over-heated mind, mixed with low insin
tions against the City Council, and a spatter
dirt on a former correspondent to your paper
the subject.
"Taxatus,"in his first communication, signify
his intention of pointing out the evils of our m
nieipal government; how far he has succeed
is for -our citizens to determine. He no do
understands the financial part of the Coun
businessgfor it is highly probable that he was


THE MEXICAN WAR. qt
The President's Message, received by
the last mail, on the state of our relatiorsons
with Mexico, and the action of the House Y'
of Representatives upon it, is in effect a
declaration of war with that power. By the u
reception of this news conjoined with the tl
similar declarations of high Mexican offi- aE
cers, and the intelligence received through
different channels since our last publication,
it will be seen that the difficulties which
environ the relations between the two cou-n- s
tries, admit of no other termination than a
such as follows the fortune of war. Both
nations are irretrievably cormnitted to this w
dernier resort. The comparative unanimity "
of the proceedings in Congress, providing a
for this state o4f things, is such as is justified .A
by the occasion ; .but considering the differ- g
ence of sentiment prevailing among distin- f
guished men, as to the propriety or policy 11
of war, under any circumstances, it excited -c
as much surprise as gratification. Indeed, A
the first news ot the invasion of the soil we t
claim, appears" to have roused the nation, .
as one Man, to repel the indignity ; and,
according to our latest accounts, amply has
the national honor already been vindicated. a
The glorious results of the conflicts be- i
tween the troops of the two nations shows,
as was fully anticipated, the utter inability t
of the Mexicans to stand be-fore our forces,
even with a wide disparity of number in 4
their favor. While we rejoice in these re-
suits, as alike gratifying to the national t
pride, and :is the surest means of abridging (
the calamities of war, we would venture the
suggestion, as-a measure of policy and mag-
nanimity to a weaker foe, that the language
of exultation should be indulged in with c
moderation. No one can doubt the inflex- I
ible determination of our citizens to stand a
by their country at all hazards;-none can t
reasonably doubt our ability to march, if '
necessary or desirable, from one extreme t
of Mexico to atno|ller. Mexico,.at least,
is well aware of tie indotnitable courage and
enterprise of our people; and nothing but
the mortified vanity, or other passions, which 1
an undue indulgence in our pride may ex-
-cite, c-n lead them to a distrust in their i
efficiency. We have an act of national jus- '
'tice to exact from her, which she may be I
speedily induced to yield to our force, but
would deny to our taunts and menaces.-
The language of insult and vituperation
are more calculated to rouse than to pros-
trate the spirit of the most abject and infe-
rior foe; and it may be found that Mexico 2
with her national feelings thoroughly roused c
may draw forth resources, show a sensitive-
ness to honor, and exhibit a prowess, that '
may add immeasurably to the difficulty of f
obtaining our just right from her.
REQUISITION ON THE GOVERNOR oF
FLORIDA.-We learn by the Tailahassee
Sentinel, that Comn. Latimer, commandant
at the Navy Yard in Pensacoln, has made
a requisition upon Governor Mosely for
two companies, to assist in garrisoning the
fortifications at that place.
G^. WORTH.-The Charleston Courier
of the 13th inst., after announcing the pas-
sage of GEN. WORTH through that city on
his return to the Army, says :-1" It is stated
that when the news of the battle reached
Washington, Gen. WORTH immediately
called on the Secretary of War, and inquired
whether any action had been taken on his
;resignation, and on receiving a reply in the
negative,.he instantly withdrew it, and an-
nounced his desire to return to the camp,
which was readily accorded, and he received
I instructions to proceed forthwith. The
Question of Brevet rank is left unsettled,
'and Gen. W. signified his intention not to
agitate that point until after the close of the
,Mexican campaign, when he would again
Occupy his former ground in that matter'"

SO The Charleston Courier relates the
Following touching incident as having oc-
'curred at Point Isabel on the departure of
SGen. WORTH :--
s "WVheu Gen. Worth left the American
;Camp, Captain Tho~rnton-between whom
t and Gen. W'. an intimnate 'riendship existed


y -accompanied hint to Point Isabel, and
t when about taking leave looked with an ad-
p miring eye at the Sabre of Gen. Worth,
y which he well knew to be a valuable as well
as an elegant one. Discovering the desire
, of Captain T. to become the possessor of
y the weapon, General W. silently unbound
g it from his body, and buckled it around the
, form of the gallant and delighted dragoon.
- With this good falchion, wielded in noble
s confidence of strength and power, did he
d scatter his foes like a whirlwind, proving to
- his beloved officer and friend that he had
n entrusted his favorite sword to no unworthy
, hands."
(E?3' A Seminole Chief is delivering lec-
tures on Christianity, at Louisville, Ky.
e His name is Husti-Coluc-Cbee.

-BrLUF, PILLS.-There-is a machine at the
y Naiiy Yard, Washington, which will manu-
facture 40,000 bullets per diem.







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appinj;g l.10^
J. WASHBURN & WILDER,
114 Bay street.
Savannah, April 23, 1846. 1-8-4t

For Boston.
.-- THE fine brig PLEUDES, Carter,-.
.^master, will meet with dispatch. For
S passage only, apply to
May 9. D. B. WOOD & Co.
H. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLAYTON, Barbour County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf

Head Quarters,
IST BATTALION, 3D REGIMENT, F. M.
NOTICE is hereby given that there will be
an election on Wednesday, 3d June next,
for Company Officers, 1st Battalion, 3d Regiment,
F. M. Beat No. 1, commencing at Cherry street,.
running north and west, within the limits of
Franklin county, at the house of C. Byington,-
under the inspection of A. L. Clements and C.
Byington. Beat No. 2, commencing at Cherry
street, running south to Centre street and west to
the Bay, at the Apalachicola Exchange, under
the inspection of Wm. Peck and John A. Mitchel.
Beat No. 3, commencing at Centre street, running
south to the Promenade and west to the Bay, at
the house of Jos. Schrotd, known as the Althm-
neum, under the inspection of P. W. Cullen and&
Anson Hancock, for the following officers at each
beat: 1 Captain, 1 First Lieutenant and I Second,
Lieutenant.
By Order of the Colonel.
WM. H. HUGHES.
Lt. Col. Com'dg 1st Battallion, F. M.
Apalachicola, May 22, 1846. 21-3t.
Runaway Negro For Sale.
O N Wednesday 24th of June, 1846, I hall
expose for sale, at public outcry, at the
Court House (Council Chamber) in the city of
Apalachicola, one NEGRO MAN, about thirty
years old, sold as a runaw,,ay slave, by virtue of
an act passed by the Legislature of the Territory;
of Florida, approved Nov" 21, 1828.
JOHN LUCAS,
Sheriff Franklin County.
May 23,1846.
An Ordinance,
In' Relalion to Slaves, &C.
Section 1. Be it ordained by tne Mayor and"
Council of the City of Apalachicola, That from
ai.d after the passage of this ordinance;-the Mar-';
ket House bell shall be rung at nine o'tlodk, P.
M., from the 1st el October to the 1st of April,.
and ten o'clock from the 1st of April to the 1st of
October ; and after the ringing of the bell, it shall
not be lawful for any slave or free person of color
to leave or be absent from their residence in said
city, without a W*ritten pass from the owner, em--
ployer or guardiaft of said slave or free person of
color. *
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That the City
Marshal or Patrol, finding any slave or free person.,
of color at large, without a pass, after the ringing
of the bell, shall arrest said slave or free person'
of color, and confine him in the city prison, and,
the o% ner or guardian of said slave or free person
of color shall be liable to said city in the sum of
two dollars for the release of said slave or free
person of color so imprisoned, one half to go into
the city treasury and one half to the Marshal;
unless by order of the Mayor said slave may be
released or punished with not less than 10 nor
more than 3u lashes.
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That it shall not
belawful for any slave or free person of color to
hire out his or her own time in said-city, without
the owner, guardian or agent of said slave or free
person of color is a resident of said city, and then
only with the written permission of said owner or,
guardian, under penalty of twenty dollars, to be
recovered of said owner, guardian" or agent, and<
it shall not be lawful for any owner, guardian or
agent of any slave or free person of color to give-
to such slave or free person of color a general pass-
to go-at large in said city during the night, but
the said pass shall specify the particular place;,
where said slave or free person of color is allowed
to go, on penalty of five. dollars for each and every.
such offence.
Sec, 4. Be it further ordained;. That all ordi-
nances or parts of ordinances, conflicting with thq'
provisions of this ordinance, be and the same arer-
heieby repealed.
Passed by Council, May 13,-4846;
E C. ROBERTS, Mayor.
WIM. VALLE.&U, Clerk,.
Valuable Stavye fr Sale.
A NEGRO MAN 25 years old a good Carpen-
A ter, a first rate house servant,.honest and in-
teltigent, and could be made useful in any situai,
tion. Sold to close an estate. If niot, disposed"
of by the first Monday in Jwune next, he will then
be sold at auction under an order of the Hen.
Judge of Probate. For further: particulars, apply:
to WOOD & Co.
May l1, 1846. 3"2:Water street.


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PORT OF APALACHICOLA.... .....May 29.,


Notice,.
THE Copartnership heretofore. existing be"
tween A. N. McKAY and S. H. H.ARTs
HORNE, has this day expired by limitation.-
all unsettled accounts wil-l remain with A. N.
McKay,. who will continue the business on his-
own account.
A. N. McK'AY,-
S. H. HARTSHORNE.
Apalachieola, May 1, 1846. 18-tf
)( BASKE'S London, Club Champagne.
V 5(000 Regalia Segars, for sale by
April 4- B, S; HAWLEY.


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withoutt deviating a line, and annihilate that Committee on Military Affairs of the Sen- (
feeble apology for a Republic in a single ate thought it necessary to pass. The ob- i
campaign., jection is that the Bill is tantamount to a S
.El Republicano, of the 28th ult., contains normal Declaration of War, and will be fol- r
,some correspondence from Mfiarmoros, in lowed by all its consequences; but that, as a

whichit is sinted that scarcely a day passes Mexico has not declared war, it is only ne- d
without numerous desertions taking place cessary to act on the defensive
from Gen. Taylor's army. The latter is Those who held this opinion in the Sen-
represented as being well equipped, but the ate were in a minority-the vote upon every
soldiers, as it is learned from the deserters, amendment being 20 to 25. The minority -
have-no desire to come to blows with their consisted of eighteen Whigs, and Mr. Cal-
enemies. The Mexicans, on the contrary, houn and Mr. M'Duffie.
are stated to be full of enthusiasm, and Mr. Calhoun protested more than once,
.eager to be led against- the invaders. and very emphatically, against hurrying
Some jealously had been excited in the through'so momentous a measure, without
.minds of a few eminent Mexicans, regard- deliberation, or even reference to a Cominit-
ing the app,,iitnmerit of Arista to the corn- tee; and he was opposed to the Bill in its
mand of the army of the North, operating present Jform, with or without the preamble.
again-3t Gen. Taylor, over the head of Am- The debate was very animated, and con- j
.pudia,'Bustamente had openly accused tinued seven hours. That actual war exist-
Arista of "connivance ".with the Texans.- ed, and was intended by Mexico, wasstrong-
The Republicano warmly defends him from ly argued; and that to stand simply on the
4the imputation of such treason, defensive, without striking a blow at the au-
PROCLAMATION OF PARADEs.-On the tagonist, was considered as absurd. t
.o 23d of April, the President ad interim pub. The only amendments that were made, re- I
wished a proclamation addressed to the lated to uinimportant details. t
.Iexican nation. In this document he tra- The Senate, finally, passed the Bill--yeas
ces the successive advance of the American 40, nays 2. The negatives were Mr. Dvis, 0
-Iarmy under General Taylor, from Corpus of Mass and Thomas Clayton, of Dela-
Chrisii to Point Isabel, and the camp op- ware. Mr. Calhoun refused to vote, And ]
posite Matamoros. This step he declares Mr. Mangum voted under strong protest.
;to be an overt act of war, on the part of the The House had taken a recess from four (
United States, and he has been under the till half-past seven, to receive the Bill with
necessity of giving orde's to the General the Senate amendments, so great was the a
;commanding the army of the North to anxiety to pass the Bill to-night-nnd the
strike blow for blow, and to visit on the amendments were concurred by the [louse,
American armv those hostilities which 'fle and so the Bill goes at once to the Presi- -
latter was the "first to commence. He fur- dent for his signature* The necessary pre-
ther states that the Mexican General. accor- operations and orders, in expectation of the r
"cing to the established rules in such cases, Bill, have already engaged the attention of
first summoned General Taylor to retire to the Executive.
the left bank of the river Nueces, but the The first object will be to relieve Gen' ij
injunction was entirely disregarded. The Taylo., and The next to attack, and destroy,
President then appeals to the nations who and disperse, any body of Mexicans who
have commercial relations with Mexico, and may be found collected near the Rio Grande.
therefore interested in the preservation of Blockade and'reprisals will soon follow, onr
peace, for an excuse/in tme hard alternative both sides; and we shall, probably, heaTr of
in which Mexico finds herself placed, by Mexican privateers, with English and Span-
the invading policy of' the United States, ish. and even American officers and crews, f
which wofld destroy her, if she did not now all over the ocean.
energetically defend her threatened exis- The House passed the Bill from the Sen-
tence. He solemnly denies that he has are to raise a company of sappers, miners
declared war against the United States of and pontoniers. Mr. Giddings made it-the
America, the Mexican Congress alone, and basis of a speech against increaseng the
not the Executive, being empowered to re- army, and shooting deserters without trial.
solve on such a serious measure, in repara- He declared that the President's Message
tion for so many outrages. But, he adds, alleged a gross falsehood-that the Mexi- s
the defence ofthe Mexican territory, inva- cans had invaded our territory-that Texas
tied by American troops, is an urgent ne- had no title to ;In inch of territory beyond
eessity, and he would not shrink from the the Neuces lie undertook to prove.
responsibility. From that day, then', (,the The war urnn Mexico will case the loss
23,1 April) the defensive war commenesi of Oregon. Instead of 5440, we should
and every portion of the Mexican soil, in- not even get 49.
vaded by 'the enemy, should be fiercely dis- The Military Academy Bill was under
puled, After expatiating on the justice of consideration (or some time, and theocca-
their cause, he exhorts the Mexicans to sion was taken advantage of to introduce
union in sentiment and concert in action, the Mexican question in the course of the
declaring that the nation will risk all, to debate;
save all." He invokes the recollections of Mr. Tibbatts, of Ky., went into a reply
the heroes of the war of independence, and to a speech made it) the Senate, yesterday,
finishes by exclaiming,"l Mexicans will con- by Mr. Crittenden, and went into an argu-
quer or perish." ment to prove that the Rio Grande was the
The following is a rich plece of gascon- boundary of Texas.
ade. Mejia goes a step beyond the greatest Mr. Darrah. of Pa., approved highly of
Parolles bombast that we have ever seen: the Bill that had passed, and he had been
Extract of a Dispatch addressed to Presi- in favor, of the annexation of Texas; but
dent Paredes by Gen. JMIejia from .ll.rf,,.- lie strongly contended, in a favorable arg.i-
ros.-"In order to act with judgment, free ment, that the U. States had no title what-
from the excitement, or rather the patriotic ever, from any source, to a foot of territory
fire which stirred within tne at the sight of west of the Nueces. He disapproved of
the Star-spangled Banner floating over the the course taken on the subject by the Ex-
> waters of the Rio Grande. I allowed the ecutive-particularly in sending Gen. Tay-
first motnents to pass without action.-- lor tInto the Mexican territory. But he
Calmness having resumed its seat, I reflect- thought we ought to have declared war eight
*ed that the river was.too broad to admit of years ago against Mexico, for 'the injuries
.tthe enemy's being reached by our swords she had inflicted upon our citizens, in their
'and bayonets, unquestionably superior to persons and property, and, as we were now

his, and that a cannonade would only pro- going into war, he hoped it would never
duce an useless shedding of blood, besides end, till not only the Rio Grand, but every
41 ,IM,_,i^ the city, whose buildings are not other question pending between the two
very strong. I therefore resolved on await- countries should be settled. That seems
-r-, the arrival of Gen. Amnpudia, when, with to be the general wish;
*6or united forces, we migth give a decisive
;blow, with the certainty that not a single MOST WFuIL ToRNADo,-Thiriy 6r For-
-American would escape, [ have taken all ty Lives Lost.-We learned last evening
-ue precautions in strengthining the works throughh a respectable commercial firm of
here, and raising fortifications so as to cover this city, that on the evening of the 7lh
the whole line. In the meanwhile, Ihbaxe inst. a tornado passed over Grenada--a
operated against the morale of the enemy, beautiful village in Yallabusba county,
introdueiug discord between t'he two Gene- Miss., with a population o('abotut 1500 in-
.rals cormmanding, inspiring them mutually habitants-while most of tihe children were
with disgust for each other. Worth. the at school, demolishing the churches and
only man of talent amongst them, has re- ac.ademies, and very marny of the .signed, and if he leave, asl1 believe he will, The teacher of the male school, Mr. Sam-
Taylor alone remains in command, and as pie, was killed, and tunny of his pupils
for him, il would be no compliment to our have perished. Among the names of those
countrymen, in, eomparin him with the who have reached us as being identified
'most wretched Mexican tailor, 1 ha'e also wi~th the dead, was a promising andtlovely
encouraged desertion amongst the Ameri- boy, about 12 years ohl, the son of RL.
can troops, and from the 28th uliimo, no Coffman, of the firm of31eI~ae & Coffman,
fewer than 26 sutdiers and slaves have pas- of this ciy another promising and manly
.*sed over 'to us. In short, the~triumph of boy, about 14 years old, the son of A. S.
the Mexican arms is past ail doubt, either Brown, an influential rnerchant of Grenada,
with the reinforcements I expect, or with who was here with his family w hen the
.the foree unuer myecommand. Should they news reached this city yesterday. Mr. Ro-
,pas th rierthei tob i opn!-bison, Mr. Williamson and Dr. Snyder
,'as th ieter o L soe also each, lost a child. Mrs. F. E. Plum-
,[Gr/~ repnne fTh Chalstr ourie.] m i fer, (he teacher of the female school,
{[Correspondenh oftne ofreso Courchildren une her charge,
WASHINGTON, May 12. weg'e killed. Mr. R~obinson, lost his feather,


The Mexican War Bill has passed, and wife, sister and child. From 30 to 50 per-
*we are now to see what can be done to sons are ascertained to have perished. The
bring the war to a speedy and successful manled remains of many of the bodies had
conclusion. Every one seems to wish, that not been identified, and several persons
,being now engaged in the contest, it mayw. ere missing. A very imperfect list of
"be conducted with such vigor as will ren- names has reached ns; on the outside of a
der it a short one. There are many who letter to a friend is written the words:
think that offensive war against Mexico will I ",Grenada is in' ruins and many of her in-
be idle-that she is not assailable in any lhabitants are destioyed-names cannot be
point-that to invade her by land would be given, nor numbers ,et down." The most
impracticable--and to blockade her ports, awful desolation pervades the town and lthe
useless. To batter down the Castle of San hearts of its citizens. This tornado oc-
Juan, would be a more difficult task now curred on the sarne day of the year as the
'than when the French assailed it, for then on at Naioheg in 1840. A young friend
it. was unprepared, and now it is strong and of ours, of this city, was on the steamboat
well defended. To seize and hold Upper iHuntsville, a few days since, while the
:California is talked of,. and it may be prae- tornado was passing the Mississippi river,
ticable, with the assent of England, whose near the Cut-off; he was also in the one
subjects have a mortgage upon it. A corn- j which occurred at Natchez. He escaped
promise with England was, some time ago, |them both unharmed, but lost many friends
talked ofd.--giving her claims upon Oregon, in each of them.
:provided she would permit our acquisition We entertain great hopes that the loss of
of California, which is of far greater value life may have been exaggerated, but fear
to us. the worst. It is the most ?-Idp l.jr ible calam-
There are some too who have vague no- ity we have had to record for several years.
lions about the plunder of the Mexican [N. 0. Picayune, 15th inst. "
mines and churches. We hear already .
from the ftontiers, that our people are get- STORM.-A terrific storm of wind, light-
ting ready their rifles and lead for the enter- ning and rain broke over the city last eve-
'Prize, as if it was a mere pastime, ning, at 8 o'clock. The streets were great-
The title of the Bill, "to provide for the ly flooded, and the gusts of wind were so
.prosecution of the existing war between the violent as to tear off window shutters, scat-
'United States and republic of Mexico," and ter tiles and shingles, uproot trees, and
its preamble-which sets forth the fact that shake The wooden framed houses to their
war exists, by the act of Mexico, were very foundations. An exceedingly fine
strongly objected to by the Senate. sycamore tree, in Lafayette Square, one
A Bill to empower the President to repel of the largest in the ornamental grounds,
invasion, was all tbat the majority of the. wienche' front, the ground ard carried into '


To the Citizens composing the 3d
Regiment of Florida Ntifitia.
FELLOW CITIZENS !
The undersigned, recently elected to your com-
mand, would advise the immediate formation of
a Company, composed of the citizens of Apa-
lachicola, who shall be prepared and in readiness
during the summer, to protect and defend the
city against any depredatory incursions, d.-ring the
eontinuence of hostilities in the Gllf. A requi-
sition has been made upon the Governor of Flor-
ida for two companies of men to garrison and
protect the fortifications at Pensacola. How
much more important it is to have some organ-
ized force at this point, where so large an amount
of property is deposited and where no defences
exist at the entrance to our harbor.
Independently of the existing War, the posi-
tion of the country in her foreign relations, in
other regards, admonishes us that the Citizen
Soldiery-our main arm of defence-should be
properly organized and ready, at a moment's
warning, to develop their utmost strength and
efficiency. It is time now-"the hearts of the
people should be prepared for war," and all the
available military strength of the country be in
readiness to cope with any impending issue.
The citizens of our sister States all around us are
animated with a proper enthusiasm-the military
ardour pervades our whole southern frontier-
and shall Florida-the youngest sister in the fam-
ily. of States-be a laggart in war" ?
The undersigned proposes to organize and form
a Company, of not less than sixty men, to pro-
ceed to the Rio Grande to join the forces of Gen.
Taylor, now engaged with the Mexicans on that
frontier. The General Government has already
ordered the mustering into service of fifty thou-
sand men. Volunteers are pressing into service
in every State, and when the Battalions display
on the plains of Mexico, shall Florida not be
represented there ?
Persons desirous of joining them in this expe-
dition, will call and register their names to-day
at the offices of the undersigned.
R. J. FLOYD, Colonel,
W. H. HUGHES, Lt. Colonel.
Apalachicola, May 23, 1846.


the volunteers who may be received into
the service of the United States by virtue
of the provisions of this act, who may be
wounded or otherwise disabled in service,
shall be entitled to all the benefit which may
be conferred on persons wounded in the
service of the Intited States.
Sec.. 8. And be it further enacted, That
the President ofthe United States be and he
is hereby authorized forthwith to complete
all the public armed vessels now authorized
by law, and to purchase or charter, arm,
equip, and man such merchant Vessels and
steambotts as upon examination may be
found fit oreas-ly converted into atmed ves-
sels, fit for the public service, and in such
number as lie may deem necessary for the
protection of the sea-board, lake coast, and
the general defence 0fthe country.
Sec. 9. And be it farther enacted, That,
whenever the militia or volunteers are called
and received in'o the service of the United
States, under the provisions of this act,
they shall have the organization of the ar-
my of the United States, and shall have the
same pay and allowances, except as follows,
to wit: Privates of infantry, artillery, and
riflemen, shall receive ten dollars per month,
and privates of volunteer mounted corps
tweny dollars per month for their services
and the use and risk of their horses.
CROPS.-In Gadsden County we learn
that the growing co'ton does not appear so
flourishing as usual. A good stand," (as
it is called,) had not generally been obtained.
Tobacco looks better. The weather'for the
pas'V.eek is considered highly favorable to
the plant. Less of it is cultivated than at
the last season. In this county very little
tobacco has been planted. Cotton gener-
ally is thriving, and a very large proportion
of it is long staple. Out of Florida we see
no encouraging accou nts of' the cotton
crop. The season elsewhere seems to have
been altogether too wet for the health of the
young plant. This is the case in the greater
part of Georgia, and throughout Missis-
sippi, Alabama and Louisiaria.
[ Tallahassee Sentinel.
MR. C. J. INGERSOLL.-We had forgot-
ten, until the fact was recalled to our mem-
ory by the Washington correspondent of
the New York Commercial, that Mr. In-
gersoll, the defamner of Mr. Webster, some
years ago, in a like spirit of wantonness,
charged the late Chief Jusiite Marshall,
than whom a puret man never breathed,
with having been corruptly influenced in his
celebrated decision in favor of the constitu-
tionality of the United States Bank-a
charge which, like those recently made
against, Mr. Webster, recoiled upon him
who made it. His appetite for slander must
be insatiate. But henceforward, his poi-
soned arrows will prove innocuous, except
to himself.
"The MAN recovered of the bite,
The DOG it was that died !"
[Richmond Whig.
THE BRITISH THANKSGIVING.-A corre-
spondent of the Boston Courier furnishes
the following as the form of prayer prescri-
bed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, to
give thanks for the recent vinoeries in India,
to be read it ithe national churchs on the
121h of April:
0 Lord, we would thank thee for the
crowning mercy vouchsafed to our arms in
the recent victory over the heathen Sikhs,
in her Majesty's possessions in British India,
on which occasion some 12,000 of the
enemy were sent to their account, for which
we fear they were ill-prepared. Bless thy
servant the Governor General-enable him
to enjoy his large salary; bless Sir Hugh
Gough and Sir Harry Smith; bless the
British troops; bless the officers, particular-
ly those who are noblemen's sons; bless
the artillery, particularly the horse artillery,
whose grape and canister made the Sutlej
run red with the blood of the heathen;
bless the artillery mer; bless the drivers;
bless the limbers; bless the light cavalry;
bless the lancers; bless the heavy artillery :
bless the haowitzers; bless the congreve
rockets; bless the Shrapnel shells. Do not,
we pray thee, forget the poor Seapoys.-
Bless the surviving officers? may they be
consoled for the loss of their deceased cotm-
rades--now in a plaice more fitting for them
--by being promoted to their posts. En-
large their means of usefulness on many
more such occasions as this late. Enable
them to extend the British dominion ov~r
the Punjaub and the remainder of Asiu and
China.
Bless the only true church., the Church
of England, as by law established. Extend
the blessed institution of tithies over the
whole earth. Bles.0 the bishops--enlarge
their salaries ; bless the English people--in,-
edine their hearts to pay their tithes eheer-
fully and willing.\&tble-. the army,; bless the
navy ; bless the-irtoc-racy for thy mercies'
sake, &c. &.


Camp street, actually bending down the
ron palisade railing that surrounds the
Square, over which it was thrown. Seve-
ral of the smaller trees were prostrated, and
a good deal of similar damage was done in
different parts of the city. The storm latted
upwards of two hours.
[NI. 0. Com. Times, 151h inst.
THE WAR. PROCLAMATION ISSUED BY
THE PRESIDENT.







By the President of the United States of
America.,
A PROCLAMATION.
WHEREAS, the Congress of the United
States, by virtue of the constitutional au-
hority vested in them, have declared by
heir Act, bearing date this day, that, by
the act of the Republic of Mexico, a state
of war exists between that government and
the Unitend Stales."
Now, therefore, I, JAMES K. POLK,
President of the United States of America,
do hereby proclaim the same to all whore
t may concern ; and I do specially enjoin on
all persons holding offices, civil or military,
under the authority of the United States,
that they be vigilant and zealous in dischar-
ging the duties respectively incident there-
to: ahd I do moreover exhort all the good
people of the United States, as they love
their country, as they feel thewrongs which
have forced on them the last resort of in-
juried nations, and as they exert themselves
in preserving order, ih promoting concord;
in maintaining the authority and the efficacy
of the laws, and in support ingand invigora-
uing all the measures which may be adopt-
ed by the constituted authorities for obtain-
ing a speedy, a just, and an honorable
peace.


For New-Yorr&.
T HE BRIG LINE of New York Packets have
have commenced their regolrF trips for the
season, and will hereafter be dispatched every
Monday as follows :
Brigs. Captains. Tonage. tIme of sailing,.
Excel, Smith, 376, M_?Uay 4, June 15, July 21"
Clinton. Andrews, .198, 11, 22 Aug. S
Augusta, Sherwood, 878, l< 18, 2, 10
Savannah, Hawley, 396, 2 2, July 6 17
Exact, Johnson, 431 June 1-1- *t 24
Madison, Hoey, 814, 2, "81
These vessels are all of the first class, Ifaving
very large and commodious State Rooms, with
windows outside to admit a tree ciredatiortof
air, and are commanded by men of long expe,
rience in the trade who will spare no exertion ta
render passengers as comfortable as possible.
They will sail punctually, as advertised, and"
in all cases be towed to sea by steam to avoid any,
detention inthe river. Berths can be secured by-
nnn-lli rr #nw to


In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand, arid caused the seal of
the United States to be affixed to
these presents. Done at the city of
[iL. s.] Washington the thirteenth day of
Mlay, one thousand eight hundred
and forty-six, and of the indepen-
dence of the United States the
seventieth.
JAMES K. POLK.
By the President. ;
JAMES BUCHANAN,
Secretary of State.
THE WAR BILL OF CONGRESS.
The following is a correct copy of the
important Bill which passed the House of
Representatives on Monday, by a vote of
174 to 14:
"An act providing for the prosecution of
the existing war between the United States
and the Republic of Mexico."
Wh,reas, by the act of the Republic of
Mexico, a state of war exists between that
Government and the United States: There-
fore-
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of Ame-
rica in Congress assembled, That, for the
purpose of enabling the Government of the
United Staties to prosecute said war to a
speedy and successful termination, the Pre
sident be, and he is hereby authorized to
employ the militia, naval and military forces
of the United States, and to call for and
accept the services of any number of volun-
teers, not exceeding fifty thousand, who
may offer their services, as cavalry, artille-
ry, infantry or riflemen, to serve six or
twelve months after they shall have arrived
at the place of rendezvous, or to the end of
the war, unless sooner discharged. That
the sum of ten millions of dollars be and
the same is hereby appropriated out of any
money in the Treasury or to come into the
Treasury not otherwise, appropriated, for
the purpose of carrying the provisions of
this act into effect.
Sec. 2. And be it farther enacted, That
the militia, when called into service of the
United States by virtue of this act, or any
other act, -may, if in the opinion of the
President of the United States the public
interest requires it, be compelled to serve
for a term not exceeding six months after
their arrival at the place of rendezvou, in
any one year, unless sooner discharged.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted That
the said volunteers shall furnish their own
clothes, and, if cavalry, theiv own horses;
and, when mustered into service, shall be
artred and equipped at the expense of the
United States.
' Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That
said volunteers, when called into actual
service, and while remaining ihetein, shall
be subject to the rules and articles of war,
and shall be, in allt respects, except as to
clothing snd pay, 'placed on the same foot-
ing with similar corps of the United States
army ; and, in lien of clothing, every non-
commissioned officer and private in any
company who may thus offer himself, shall
be entitled, when called into actual service,
to receive irt money a sum equal to the cost
of clothing of a non-commissioned officer
or private (as the case may be) in the regu-
lar troops of the United States.
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That
the said volunteers so offering their services
shall be accepted by the President in com-
panies, battalions, squadrons, and regiments,
whose officers shall be appointed in the man-
ner prescribed by law in the several Slates
and Territories to which such companies,
battalions, squadrons, and regiments shall
respectively belong.
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That
the President of the United States be and
he is hereby authorized to organize com-
panies so tendering their services into bait-
talions and squadrons. or into regiments;
regiments into brigades, and brigades into
divisions, as soon' as the number of volun-
teers shall render such organization, in his
judgment, expedient; and shiall, by and
with the adviceeof the Senate, appoint the
generals of brigade and divisions, and the
general staff, as no'w authorized by law:
Provided, however, That t'he major generals
and brigadier generals shall have the ap-
pointment of their own aids-de-camp, and
the President, shall', if necessary,, appor-
tion the staff, field, and general officers
among the respective States and Territo-
ries from which the volunteers shall tender
their services, as l'e may deem proper.
Sec. 7. And be it 'further enacted,, That


COMMERCIAL.

REMARKS ON THE MARKET.
CorTON.-The same depressing influences no-
ticed in our last Saturday's report, have continued
to operate during the past week, and the transac-
tions in consequence have been to a very limited
extent The few sales made have been at
very irregular prices, being from f to c. decline
from our previous quotations. Yesterday one list
of about 250 bales of middlings sold at 6 cents, and
this at present may be considered a fair index of
the market-holders however are unwilling to sub-
mit to these prices, unless forced to sell. We
omit quotations altogether.
FREIGHTS -Our port is entirely bare of shipping
as there is not a vessel unengaged.
The transaction; in freights during the past week,
have been a ship for Havre at 1 3-8c. ; two for
Liverpool, and one for a part cargo at 3-4d ; and
one at'a fraction less. A schooner is loading for
New York at 8-4c. for a full cargo, which is the
only vessel loading coastwise.
Our stock of cotton unappropriated, must with
the arrivals to-day exceed 12.010 bales. We quote
rates to
To Liverpool .......... firm ...... 3-4d per lb.
1Havre ..................... 1 3-8c.
New York ................... 3-4c.


COTTON STATEMENT.' Last
__ year.
Stock on hand 1st Sept., ....... 4
Received past week .. ........ 1,527
previously. *..., 104,792
Total .... bales 106,323 147498
Exported past week.. ; ........10,770
p previouoly.........75,489
Total .......m...;. 86,259 130994
On hand and on shipboard not cleared 20,064 16504

EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA
Commencing Ist September, 1845-and same
time 10 1844.
WXPast -Previ-I OT Last
W;HITHEREXPO~rED. weekIouslv.l TI season


Liverpool ............ .. .5177, 21319 .26498 .39475
Havre.... ............ -33'.9 ...... .. 3309 ..2587
N antz................ ...... ...... ...... .. 1279
Trieste ............... ............ .. ..3 162
Ge oa ............. .. ...... ...... .. 2421
Other ports': ......... ... _.950 ;..950 -1490
Total to For. Ports. .8486 .22269 .30755 .50414
New York............. ..1755 .26598 28353 .33742
Boston ....... .... ... ... 12346 .12346 .24659
Providence ... ............ 6965 .6965 .8591
Philadelphia ......... r. .49a.. .440 ...932 ..2047
Balt i m ore..... ...... 2494 ..2494 .. 1494
New Orleans ............. 37 ..2337 ..2374 ..8330
Other ports........... .... ..2040 ..2040 ..1607
Total Coastwise .... .. 2284 .53220 .55504 .80581
TOTAL--RALES.............. .86259130995


PASSENGERS.
. Per steamer Agnes-Major Coe;; Messrs E M
Skipper, Evason, L Bright.
Per steamer Boston-Miss M A Griffith; Messrs
A Rutherford, J D Atki'ns, Wood.
.Per steamer Emily-=Mts Jenkins and child;
Messrs 1-1ill, Cheever, Patterson and Smith.
: RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Agnes,--2Obales cotton to Lockhart
,"z Young; 23 do to D G. aney; 2 boxes tobacco
to Thos Preston
Per steamer Bostorn-352 bales cotton to Chas
Rogers & Go; 289 to John C Mac~lay; 40 to Lock-
hart & Young; I1" to Ls Fred E Dugas; 36 to
order.
Per steamer Emily--241 bates cotton to Harper
& Holmes; 123 to Chas Rogers & Co; 191 to
Bugbee & Howard; 97 to A W Hill; 9i to Lock-
hart & Young; 6 to N Cruger; 7 to Hill, Dawson
& Co.
EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Alexander-2065 bales
cotton.
Per ship Huron-1769 bales cottoni.
Per bark Cumhe'knd--1343 bales cotton.
HAVRE--Per ship Probus-2215, bales cotton
Per bark Due de Orleans-1-04 bales cotton.
NEW YORK-Per brig Wakufla-576 bales
cotton.
Per bark Magdala--614 bales cofton.
Per brig Morea--565-bales cotton',
PHILADELPHIA-Per brig C~yuga-492 bales
cotton
NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Martha Louisia-
37 bales cotton.


CLEARED.
May 16-Schr Martha Louisia, Barber, for New
Orleans.
Schr Moro Castle, Butterfield, for Key West.
May 18-Ship Alexander, Leeds, for Liverpool.
Brig Cayuga, MitchelKi for Philadelphia, by
Dodge & Pratt.
Bark Magdala, Dodge, for New York, by Dodge
& Pratt.
Ship Huron, Weeks, for Liverpool, by J Day
&5 Co.
May 20-Brig Morea, Conway, for New York,
by Nourse, Stone & Co.
Bark Dud de Orleans, Robertson, for Havre,
by E Ozanrie.
May 22--Ship Probus, De Vries, for Havre,
by I M Wright.
May 23--Bark Cumberland Power, for Liverpool,
by J Day & Co.
Schr Planet, Gutton,.fpr Cedar Keys.
Schr Octavia, Churchill, for New Orleans;
ARRIVED.
May 18--Schr" Moro Castle, Butterfield, fm.
Key West.
May 19-Schr Octavia,. Churchill, fm New Or-
leans.
Steamer Agnes, Wheaton, fm Chattahoochee
Steamer Boston, Morton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Emily, fHall, fm Columbus.


J'UST 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 Orgee
Syrups, for sale by
May 16. H. F. ABELL.


Land for Sale.
T HE. undersigned offers for sale 150 acres of.
(he best Cane- 9rake r.,and, situated~one mile.
and a half below Rock- Bluff,- on the west sidepof
the Apalachicola River.; 40'acr~es,.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, anda fine'
horse, saddle anf dbridl.0
Any person wishing to purchase, wilf do well,
to call and look at fhe property.
ARCHIBALD ]B. CARAWAY.
May 9, 1846. 19-4t*


LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS
Solon, Bucknam, 540 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-S Cassin,
Cotton Planter,.Pratt, 501, tons, for Havre, load.
ing-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Dumbarton. Pendleton, 499 tons, for Liverpool,
ing-D B Wood & Co.
Carolus, Stern, -tons,,fin Charleston, waiting-
Charles Rogers & Co.
Dauntless, Rogers, 698 tons, for Liverpool,. load-
ing--$ Cassia<
BRIGS.
Pleiades, Carter, 284 tons, for. Boston, loading-
' D B Wood &7, Co.


Drugs, !Medicines & Chemicals.
A NOTHER supply of fresh Drugs just re-
ceivedrby Brig Republic, which makes my
assortment complete, and of the best quality.
J. C. ALLEN.
N. B. Mv Store will be kept open the entire
Summer. _Ill orders thankfully received, prpnrpt.,
ly attended'toand correctly put up. i
M a y 6 "" "


MIRIJNE INTELLIGENCE.







nl~d;tLIBQR Ikuml~dlau~i ud~L ~ pIBl~~dOlll~L~II*lIlllb I"WLhl-'~_~-;~iT~,~__ ~11~81PPL131 ____ _~ I I ~- I-e r II -~i~ii~j ~


Franklin 'Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Mary Ann Rouen, )
vs. go Bill for Divorce.
John Rouen.
TI' appearing frorn the affidavit of the Solicitor
4J_ of the complainant, that the defendant, John
.Rnuen, resides beyond the limits of the State of
Plirida. It is ordered that publication be made
in the Commercial Advertiser onee a week for the.
space -of four months, tof the institution of this
suit, requiring him to appear and answer to the
said bill on or before the firsl day of October next,
or the same will be taken as confessed against
him, 'and stch further order made in the prernlises
as"to the Court may seem proper.
(A Copy-Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
May16, 1846. 20-4m
AT CHAMBERq, MdARcHi 2S, 1946.
CireCit Cneti't F'raniBk.lin CodAnty.


~k`a3nrittae~tnte`~n~s' ~otfcent


A Card.
T PHE undersigned having purchased from Mr.
JL B. S. Hawley his entire stock of Drugs,
Modicines, Paint:, Oils, Glas4 Ware, Shon Fur-
,,i,', &e. will continue the business at Whole-
sale and RetaPi,Tat the old stand corner of Water
arid Chestnut sts, and bio's leave to say to his friend,
,,.,! ..r,',..r patrons of the establishment t!'at his
stock is complete, emnbra'cinZ every article usually
kept in Southern Drun- Storns, and from arrange-
ments recently effected, will be3 regularly supplied
with fresh staple articles.
Physicians, Planters, Country T.I.I.:I,'],,-v and
others wiW find it to their inlerestto call and -x-
amine his stock and prices A14 orders will be
promptly attended to in person by
March 1, 1846. H. F. ABELL.


--- ,~h~B~d~P~PI"P~s~C~+1~5~ -


0OFICE-Six months alter ditethe under-
signed will apply -o the Jud;.e of Probate
for the county of J-ickson-, for a final settlement
of the estate of Mary 1T. Gardner, late of said
county and a discharge from the itffice of Exec-
utrix of the la.st will and testament (S siid dc-
ceaqed. MARY ANN CHAPMAN,
December 20, 1845. Exocutrix.


Blank Books -and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Fools'cap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Tading;
BoookI, for Letter Press.
Blank BiM U,.tit Exhaige and iChecksl,
Juqt i cceiefed and f'Sr safe b'v
Marh ) 1H. F. ABEL,.


Fine Uiqiors.
ON CONRIGNiV ENT.--Jut received a sir,
perior lot of Llq'lors, conuistina, of Signedt,
Cognac and Pate Cognac Br ndy, Holland Girt,
Port Wine, Maderia and L. P. Maderia Wine,
Champagne Wine, &c. &c. for sale at importer's
prices, for cash only, by
March 28 F. KOPMAN.
Boots and S~locs,.
-BOYS' and Men's Russet Rrogans,
Men'.. sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans,
Gents fine 0 ilf Brogans,
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. ao.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes,
Super Ladies' Gaitei Boots,
Ge,,tlemen's coarse and floe Calf Boots,
A [arge and exle isive assortment, iust received,
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.

oIron, Nails, &c.
f)(\ TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
20j100 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 Axeg,
10 bxs Cotton and Wo(len Cards.
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws,
1000 lbs Cast and German Sleel, for'sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 293 41 Water street.
For Sale.
0 FIRKTNS best D. ry Butter, better known
20 -as Latham's Butter." Anplv to
Feb.2l NOUR;E, STONE & Co.


t


vs.
George W Har-rrso, and Marz:a-
ret Emma Ha'rison, h'is wife,
Dal'id G. Ran-ey and Harriet F.
Raroy, his w'iie; Jose|h li-nd-
so, n, A-:.N- d Ir cAlpin and.
Ogdn HaLiefl~y, Assignees of Bill to fo!4e-
Laver Iy, Cutter & Co.; James close mort-
loHirt and John N. HI-aw!hrn, gagie on I.its
constituting the firm f'-Bo,grt Ns. 9 and
& Hawthcrn; `D.1vid Maritla,,d, 1 2 in block
David S Ken'edy, Henry La- El, i!1 the
verty, James S. Branden and city vof AP-
Hamilton Murrav, constituting alachicola.
lthe firm of Branden & Murray;
Crumby nid -- Dra-
per, constitnUiti.g the firm of'
'Cr'unby & Draper; -- Wil.
soq and -- Gale, visible
, tpirlnhis of the firm iof Wilton,
G.JIle & Co. and James Brown.
FT appearing to 'the satisfaction of the Court;
that the above'named defendants do not reside
within the State of Fl',,ida, ibut within the
United tales; It is therefi,re ordered, that pub-
lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser,
once a week, for the space o" f'Fn'r months, of the
institution'rf said suit, requiring them to appear
and answet to the said hill ,f foreclosure on or
before the expiration of that time, or said bill
will be taken as confossqed against them and such.
further order given in `tbe premises as to the'
Court may see mee't,.
(A Copy--Teste.)
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
M'ircch 20, 186-112-4m
Frasinklsii Conity.
FIRST DISTRICT JUSI'ICE'S COURT.
A. G. Semmes, )
vs. Attachment.
Aaron B. Marvin.
r-pHE defendant is notified of the institution of
it the foregoing suit by attachment,returnable
lo the April term of said Court.
A. G. SEMMES.
March 19, 1846. 12-.qm
t rlnlliaii Superior Court.
William Wright, )
vs. Attachment for ,$5000.
Daniel McDouiald. 5
T HE Defendant and o!her persons interested
are hereby notified of' the institution of thte
above suit, and are required to plead aecoirdingly.
GEO S. HAWKINS,
J. C. SMITH,
Att'Ys for Plaintiff.
Apalachicola, March 19, 1815. 49--hn
Fr'anifin Cireuit Court,
IN CHANCERY.
John, Gorrie, Compl't, 1
Lewis P. Mosely, et.als. a Bil for Foreclosure.
BY virtue of a decree made in the above cause,
1 by the Hon. .ircnil Cotirt of said county, I
will expose for sale at public venue, at the
Court Hou.-e door, to the highest bidder, for cash,
on MONDAY, the first day of June next, all the
right, title and interest of Lewis P. Mo-elv 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 Gille.<::,ie, deceased, saiid property
sold to satisfy an execution issuing from said
Court, in favor of said Gorrie, iwon a judgment
rendered on a mortgage executed by said Gilles-
pie in his life time. JOHN LUCAS,
May 2, 1846. Sheriff, F. Co.
Fr,-iki."a Circtut Com't.
Raphael J. MNloos, Adm'r, of')
John Lock, deceased. Petition for Fore-
V9. closure.
'William H. Shepherd. J
nBY virtue of a writ of fi. fa. issued from the
D Circuit Court of Franklin county, I will szlt
at the City Hotel, on th-e first Monday in June
next, all the Furniture levied on as the property
of Wrin. H S ,i'p 'r.!, consisting of hou-ehold
and kitchen i'.,ir ",i of" said Hotel, viz:- Ma-
hogany Sofa, Pier and Card TdiI-;, Miple, Wind-
sor and fanicy Ch-tit', B3dstead- Feather Bed",
Matttraises ; -.1.!, L,,,king Gilases, Car!.ets,
Oil Cloth, Limps, Candlesticks, Crockery, Glass
W~are, &c. &! &c., sold to sat isfy a judgment Of
foreclosure rendered in said canarp.
JOHN LUCAS,
Miv 2, 1846. S'ieriff F. C.
U.-I'gvi a.' anrlt POl'ei
PC,,--,C Kenitucky lio'foigfii
00 100 coils Ro,"e; 30 pVs.Hensfiins.
4 bales Raa".ring "'!wi-e; fior sale hb
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 WnVt-r fi(pet.
Oa Consignlamenst,
10 nn OXK, 5 Newv Bediord Spetrm Candles,
1 U fur sale low for Cash, by
W'M. T. WOOD,
Nov 20 42 Wator street.


Thos. Clartk
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
'g,,1 CONTINUES to carry on this bt'usi-
*aJ .ness in Apatachicola, iw'o doors below
^^ ll 1he C, Ifv lel on Centre street.-
^*" Havi-,g superior workmen, lie is con-
Mident, that all *ho may patronize him will fi.-d
thev have called at the rilht shop. French Calf
Skin and Morocco Boots, or Shoes, made to order,
n" 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 Ohe closeness of the times.
janl7 3-6t
Cliattatkoociite Hlotel.
A 'fTHE subscriber tikes pleasure in
Li a'I informing the traveling community
ii that lie has taken charge bfthe above
J i establishment, situated immediately
on th ; banks of the river, wkher'e ilia
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, Irnm Ape-
lachicola, arrives ori Sunday and WedneMay at
5 o'clock, P. M.; depaits Monday and Thursday
at 192 o'clock, A. M. The Westehr Mail arrives
Monday; Wednesdays and Frid 4i at 1-2 o'clock;
A. M ; departs Tuesd iysi Thursdays and Satur-
days at 7 o'clock A. M Northern Mail arrives
Tue-days; Thursdays aid Saturd.iys at 8 ,'ctock,
A. M.; departs, Mondays, Wednesdays anil Fri-
pays at 1"2 o'clodk A. M. Eas'ern Mail, via
Qtiincy andl'atlahassee arrives Mondtlys, Wed-
nesdays and Salurdays at 12 o'clock; departs
Tuesday, Wednesdiys and Sundey.- at 6 o'clock,
P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and
Thursdays at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs* Tuesdays
and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M.
The House and Furnilure are entirely new,
the.servantk thoroughly drilled in their business.
and all will use their uwmost endeavors to make
the time pa.-s pleasantly to the.,triivcl lM'
A. G MARSHALL,
Agent for the Propriietor.
dhaattah!ondhee, Mirch 17. 18106. 12-tf


O.a Consi llg ilentit,
HE subsrtibcpr has just received from the
ma-iufacturars and publishers a beautiful lot
of Paper H viina;, Foolscap and Letter Paper,
Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer
Bo.ks, etc., which he offers very low*
Feb 7 F. KOPMAN.


ll[olasses4
miTIERCES, -2,051) bLA arid 28 blids. cargo
211-'l of schr. Swan from Havana, now landing,
for sile bv [april 11] J. DAY & Co:
BItvatma. Seg-,ars.
-50 000 BEST Havana Sevars, for sale
-. by WOOD & Co,
A pi il 4 32 Water st.
Coffee.
0175 BAGS Rio Cotlee, landing from brig Vir-
170 Jginia, for sale by
April 18 J DAY & Co..


a ~r S atIe,

2) B1OXES R...r; i Pl-ie, 14 by 20,
3") do Tin dn 1-3a 4,
5'1 btls .Sheet. Iron, Nos 12 to 2T)f
Braziers'and Sheething Comp),r,
Bl,'ck Tin, Lead, Iron anid Tin'd Pive"!,
B!ucket E, rs, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron,
N til Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and re-
tail, by
NovI, ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.
Flavouri nag Wa-ters.
A N assortment ju4t received, and tor sale hv
Novr 29 J. C. ALLP.N, DruYist.
RECEIVED p.r ship Huron, from Havre, a
few pair of' French Boots, made by the cel-
brated Hurter..
March 7 MILLER & Co.

Garden See. s.
ARRAN' ED fresh, just received and' for
sale by J. C. ALLEN,
Jan. 24 Druggist.
AGGING-200 rolls, for sale by
marchl4 D. B. WOOD & CO.


Cover Seed.
A FEW pounds of largee Red Northern Clover
Seed, for sale by
April 4 H.F. ABEL.
Coai-m-ri Sl4ring Water
UST received per skhr. I.,_k,.%, and t'or sale by
Jtirch 21 J. C. ALLEN.

rl"HE subscribers res.ct Ullv liiform their
irind& and the public that.they have taken
into partnership Mr EUGENF W. ROGFRS.
CHARLES ROGERS & Co.
April 7, 1846.


l'l, i T"'rATEV,,AW MANUAL,
,A ,NEW'AND IEN!,ARGED EDITION OF PRESIDENT'

'HISTORY OF EACH ADMINISTRATION, &c.
In" Tero Tr-.'... *- V'aumes, '8 vo. of over
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"THE AnDrDF."-.-"'" AND MESSAGE: OF
THE PI"i -IDENTS OF THE IT. S.
INAUGURAL, ANNTTAL AND SPECIAL,
Ft.-}nm 1789 to 1843.
With an 0, ;'..' 7fr..-voir of each of the Pre-
ideiztfs, ",* ." .' ,'*-'. ',y of" tAwir .ftMmiisra-.
tions; also a selection, of I"aportant
Doeumenls and Statistical 7nfor-
mation.
COMPILrb FR:,.V OFFICIAL SOURCES,
BY EDWIN WI[I.i\:H,
ATTHO'R. OF THE 7i1- !'--. ,.." : ANNUAL RESIST'rE1l, R &C.
Efihbel/ihee with Portraits-of the Presidents
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2. A Memoirar Biogrinhieal Sketch of each
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&e., of each P resid&pnt, and, with the U..I,.-%
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Comntrie-z, and other principal public officers.
1 Chioinological 'Fable of Political Events int
the United States.
11 Statistical Taboes of Revenue, Commerce
and, Populaition.
12. A complete Index, or Ai: ii:i! Tab.: ,o'
Coi,||i.I]I to the whole work.
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i' aonouncina. it, orn. ";^ion, takes the oppor-
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cient guarantee for the accuracy and fidelity of
the compilation and accomnir*yvinr Historv.
EDWARD WALKER,
April 11 11.* Fulton-street, New-York.

THE sub.eribers offer tor s lie a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting iin
part"of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and R~ed Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
.i',._r ir",'. Casarneres,
Su ,,..l' E ,...lsh and_ F- .*.-,"' CI.','-,%
,'V. hitnev Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qtrs.
Duffil Bl tnkets, 8, 9 anld 10 qrs.
])eni'ns, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brawn -.',l,',il )glld Sheeting,
Cotton 0 !naburas,
Cotton Drilling -, *** -Tiking,
Linen and Cotlon Ch~ecks,
Irishi Linen,-.',iv ,... an~d 3beeting,
Blealched C>tton :-)')ins Itnand Sheeting
E'lgish, Freqchi aqd American Pr'ints,
Extra super, pl,,in and twilled Ginghams,
Sag;.er C,sih'n'ere d'Eceoqi'e,
E~tt'a super Mu.slin dta L ainei,
E @gis'i, Scotch and American do.
Ku')er Italian black and fi*,red Silks,
Black Sil't Cravats and t'ancv Hkfi,
Supoer E ilish and Pon;?pe Silk Hkfs
Elz2lishi anld American Cottnn Hkfs,


Madra and Verna he,.id Hkfs,
Lidie,' Cotto'i Hoce and Gents HF-hose,-
Su-ier M ieil'e. and Worsted Vestings,
Cotto i and Fhx Thread,
Plain and f!id 'xviss and checked Muslins,
J-Iconet a-d Camhric Muslirns,
Needt's, Pins, Tape, &_-. &"
Which' have been selected with great care in,
New York and Bo :ton, from Im)orters and Agents
of Minmfactur'irs, at the lowevst market rates, and
are now offered at wfile ,or et'hil oi f'ivorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
N.w. 2., I19 15. 41.WIter street.
10 HH i4. Croix Sur, ir,
-Iv 20 do New.v Orleians S;uguir, to arrive,
10 ) s tcks. Rif Coftee ; 5J do Java, '
4 ceses Hvsnn Tea,
40 bs Aromatic Tobacan,
50 Mctftd d ). Brownv s and Libby's,
2) *' S ermn C indies; -5:) bhx brown Soap,
109 b.)2gs SIot ; 5")0ke zz Po wder,
211) lbs Leid; 4 ca_\-- Linseed Oil,
2.J) kezis Winte L-ad, No 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.
S B2gar.
R H.DS. Dry No~v Orleans; 20 hhds. su.
r') nerior St. Croi-x, in st(r, ,- for sale by
March 7 J DAY & Co.

0(\ BBLS. N. 0. Molasses, for sale by
50 March 7 J. DAY & C'o


4


Drugs add Mledicines.
,= THE subscriber has, and will
Q!!W constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment (l DRUGS and MEDI.
CINES, which be will warrant pwra
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find it
'to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
care 'and accuracy at any hour of the day or night.
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts.
Bfalsam of Liverwort.
A REME-DY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptoms,
on the Chrorfo-Thermal system, by ihe use of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Gemuine BALSAM OF LivERwoir, which he pre-
pares at 37.5 BOWERY. This plan of treatment,
now espoused by severid eminent physicians, 11,
and has been for a long time, (lie secret of the
unparalleled successs Which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing 'its wonderful
cures, 'which in many, very many cases, have
been ;lmcst incrediblie,'but the conclusive pioofi
tlie Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who 'may have coughs ur simple
colds even, to ruse this perfect specific without
delay. Fraanklin'says a small leak'will sink a
big ship." Therefor6, cure your cough's before
'Yo dr lungs are past cure.. For'sale by
J. *C. A:LLEN, Sole Agent fdr
Apalachicola.
"CAUTION-The genuinee '*Doctor TAYLOR'S
BALSAM OF LIVEVRWO.RT, ha's "on the bottlea'
siplenidid steel plate enzravir,', to prrevent coun-
terfieits signed b'y Gutdon 'J, Eeeds, any other is
vile ard dangerous imilations, and the public are
cautioned not to iurchase or deal in if, as itlis
protected by th' U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March *21, 1845. 12-ly t
Tat-rantis Efferve6scent Seltzefr
Aperient.
EALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful coduion of body produced
.v the use of TARr, -NT'S EFFERVESUENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation *is unirversally allowed to be
"the most popnilari leindy of the present day, tot
the prevention and cti-e of V'ndigpstion, Biliout
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head;.
atche, Heart: urn, habitual Coftive'ies% &c.
Traveller." and residents in warmft climates will
find it a desirable article.; it prevents any accu-
"mulation of bile, is portable, and ihe method ot
preparation is unusually c,.nvenient. Children
have frequent Occasion for gentle and cooling
"purgatives; ,hey will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any (it[er. Sold Awholes.le and retail by
Nov 5. J C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


(f


N OTICE-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-
is said Judge has noted default in the late Exec
litor to said estate, and'rievoked his powers to act.
THOMAS ORMAN.
Apalachicola, May 14. 1846. 20-6w
NOTICE-Six week's after date, I will apply
N 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.


OP(0R fhe cure of'Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bi!-
1L ions and nervous tHeadache, Const ipa!ion,
Diarrahcea, Gout, :Rheumatism, 'Gravel, Flatu-
'lency, &c. For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Nov 5 .- C. ALLEN, DruLfist.
T-Tarranit's Conipound EXtract 6f
Cubebe $ qlad CopaVia.
Slaiids unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a ctfie
int- few daysno confine-
IS/ J~t.\^^ i ent or resiric'tion in diet,
is necessary. ft will be
found invalue-ble,bt'ina pre-
1 pired with the greatest
possible t(s!ed prirwille,;, fn,u)ded
uipon lht important law,
first established hy the cel-
ehrat,-d Dr. "Fodvce, vi2:
I' hat a conibination' of ',in)-
iiai" retmedies would produce a more certain,
speed,, arnd considerable etfect, than any equiva-
lent dsewof ay sinsile one.' In many cases the
disease is 4ntirelh prevented by its timely appliea-
tion. For sale hy
Nov 5. .f C. ALLEN, Dr,,s_-rit, &c.


N OTICE-All persons having c6iams against
Stepipen T. Skrllrn.ib, late of s-tid county,
"deceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed by law,
or this notice will be plead in br of their reco-
very; and all persons indebted to said estate are
requestedd to make iminhdiat, )avrment.


To thie PlubH.
H AVING di,,nspd -of my entire .lock of
Drugs and Medicines to Mr. H. F. Abell.,
in retiring hroin the business, I take occasion to
return to'the public, my friends and customers,
my thanks f"or the patronage they hai-vebeslowd
upon'the estahlishmefnt while under mv control;
and Ptake pleasure in recom m end ig my succe's;r~r
to'them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit
fi1 him a continuanne of the custom heretofore
so liberal, : l. ,,dlJ to me.
.March-1 B- S. HAWLEY.
po prlat,'rs.
TYPE ;FOUNDRY AND PI:H'qTERS' FUR-
Nf. -ISH1,TG WAREHOUSE.
T HE subscribers havre ope',ed a new Type
i. Foundryin the city of New York, where
they are really ta> supply orders to any extent, for
anv kind of' Job or Fancy Ts,-e, Ink, Paer, Cas-g,
G :.,. -, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
Compo'sing Sticks, Chases, and every article, ne-
c'.'nry f~or a Printing Office. Also second hanBl
m'Tate'iial-s.
The Type which are .cut in irnitNtion of'thre
EnJSi.bh lelt,.rs, are cast in new .-%'I .i, froin an
entire, Iv new set of M.alrixes kith deep counters,
are w:.rranted Ilo be unsuipasspd by any, and will
he sold to suit the limes. All the 'type lurnihPd
by ns is ,, haid cast." The types froin any foun-
dry cn be matched at thtis establishment.
Pri ,iinr Presses furni.hed, also Steam Engines
of ,he most approved 'la'ttern:.
{KComposition R,41ers cast lCor'Printprs.
COCKROFT & OVaEREND,
Dec. 13, 184-3. ly 6S Aun-st., NclwYork.
1gagging and S6 e.
1 C O P!EC3 lie,eavyKE.uI'CKEY BAG-
G[NG; 50 Coits Rope; Also-, 2bJ
sacks corn, for sale hv
SUGREE &, &HOWARD,
*n3 No 7, Col'bs Block.


Hezekiah Nash, SILAS DAVENPORT, fAdm'r.
vs. 5 Petition to foreclose mort- Analichirol:i. Anil IS,. lPI6. 16-2m
Sidney R. Ford and gage.
Elizabeth A. Ford. S 0TO 1lICE-six months afit-r date, I will apply
-WH!-ERAS, a petition has been lhis day filed N to lhe Hon. Probate Court of Fr:'nliin
i;:l the Clerk's ofiice of the Circuit Court of county, for a final discharge from the adminiit-ra-
Fraktin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain tioa of the estate of Amory lRogprs', deceased
household furniture, made and executed in Deca- B. T. CARO, Adm'r.
tur comity, Georgia, on *the 28rh day of Ang.us-, BENJAIN ELLISON, AgeUt.
*1S44; and it ap|ieariwgrto the siitistuction oftth6 Annlachicola, April 4, 1S6. 4.-6m
Couirt,-by the itplo.-it ,of'the pelitioner, that tho -TOrCE-Afcr six month's publie,..rin of'
Si. ,.1.'.- Sidney l It ord and Ellza)etli A. Ford this ntoice, I shall apply no the Judge of
reide beyond the limits (f the Slate of 1 Florlda: Probate, for Frinklin counly,'to he discharged
It is ordered that said defendants do appear arid from th.- administration of' the estate of Oliver
file the-r ,-ojeceions, it they have any, within 15 C. Raymond, late of said eonty, deeased.
divs bel;Ore the fi,4t day (t the ensuing fll t Clrm BF N F. NOUdfS ,
of this Court, i,,h!rwise said pelitou sIIall bei March 28, 1S45. Ad:n*r, de b,,in In.
taken pro confe'-so; |-rovided that due publica-
tion of tils Oii rl be'nmade in the Conmmercia'l TOT!CE-Know ail persons interested, that
Advertiser (f ApjIlichi;'oh, once a week fir two l six weeks from the date of this, notice, I
months, successivkly. (A Copy-Teste.) will apply to his honor the Judge of Pr,,bale for
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. the county 4f Fra;,klin, for 1-tters of admimstra-
Apr-l 18, 18-6., lf-2m "-tioi, ri!)on the estate of Stephen T. 'Skillnan, de-
AT CHAMP-,ERq, MARCH 16, 1846. ceased. S!LS DAVENPO_ T
F1rasa2 i, Ciicnit Courl. Apalachic.na, Fa., M rch 6, 1810. 10-Gw
IN CHANCEI;Y. 'TOT[CE--ix months aftt-r date Iw'iil apply
Alphonse Loubat, _N to the Probate Court of Frankl-Hin C'-itv.,


for a final discharge firomrn the administration and
office of executor of the estate of Davia Rich-
ardson, deceased.


qPliUtiUt i"iL *A. al, -,.'-.L -,tic %,a.ilJ, u0or
thre Piles.
PHYSICIANS aud Cheinibts have long been
anxioius to discover a medicine that would
core one of the mtst trvilblesome diseases, the
Piles. Success has at last heen'the result. Dr.
J-GKSON'S PItE EMBROCATION ridt only stops
all bleeding, a;Mays pain and inflammation, sub-
duesthat intolerable itching, but efleclualytc'res,
like a charm, and in a very short tiine,, prisons
Rrhoyelives have been rendered miserable "for
years. For sale by J C ALLEN,
Sole Agent for Apalachicola.
March 28. 18,16. 13-4m



|X|1 / FRPA1'S l
ACOUSTIC OIL!
TTHE ONLY CURE L F04

F 1- ..i- 1rk, ol j.-.y.ss, I'dins, and the
discharges ofr matter from the Eirs Also,
all these disag-reeable noises like flie buzzi,,g of
insect?-, falling of watlr, whizzing of steam, &c.
&c. which are symptO',ns of apr'roachin)E deaf-
ness, and also generally attend&,lit with the dis-
ease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten,
fifteen, and twenty years', anmd were obliged to
use ear lr'iirpets, have, after using one or two
b;,ttles, thrown aside their trumnfpyts, being made
perfectly we]l Physicians md ,Sbrgeots highly
rec'omnmnended its rise. For sale bhv
I C ALLEN, Sole Agent
March 28 13-4m for Apalachicola.
Cabinet Work ShOp.
^^^ ; "iTHE subscriber is now 111 readiness
to manufacture new, or repair old,
Furniture, with promptness and de-
spatch, and solicits tlhe patronage of hi.4 old (pay.
ins) customers., and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some hew ones.
PETER HOBART.
Or,- Shop in third story -of trick B'uilding, cor-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov S.


E. B. WHITM A RS t.
8-6 m


Feb 21, 18416.


Pfi'a0t O21iSd-rain Styles, S14.
LEE & BREWSTER, 44 Cedar-street, beg
leive to inform Dealeis in Dry Good, that
they have received and are now exhibiting at
the WatrJouse exclusivelv for Printed Ca'izoes,
SJ,)0 cases, comprising all the NEW SPRING
STYLES of' British, French and American Man-
ufacture ; w renders 4heir aqo;rtrent one -6f" the mos.-t beauti-
ful and attractive in the city ; and having JUST.
been purchased foir A.SH AND SHORT CREDIT, are
offered by the piece or package on thesaiheeterms,,
at and below rr. ,'i:.'r,,r.i .' prices.
W- 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 d,) not purchase.
New York, March 3, 1816. ,.5--1y


Druftgs, il li ines, &c.
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
cines-, &c. consistiifg in part of the fiollowv
ing articles :--50 doz 'Ca'stor Oil, qts. pts, and hf
pt-'; 5 bxs H'ouck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil ;
40 kegs Eps,m Sa'lis; i0 bbl's Copperas; 10 lbW
Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London MustaMd; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs
Nutmegs; 1-5 txs Starch:; 20 bx- Len(In Syrup,
10 kegs PeArlia. ; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
Powders; 20 lbs English Caitomel ; 20 doz Sl.ts
Turpentine, and a general a.'sortmuant of all arti-
cles in the Drug line, for Country Merchants;
Planters aand Physicians. For sale by
March l H. F..ABELL.


State Tax Collector's Sale.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six
months after d ite I will expose to sale at
Public outcry, opr)osite the Court House d,,or,
in the City oif' Apalachicoia, county of' Franklin,
-the following Lots, lying and being in said City,
as the properly of the foll.wi i persms, for
Taxes due said State tor the year 1815, as per
plan of Citv.
Lots. I Blockx\ Oni;rI. I Taxes.


2 4.) Carrnphcll, 20
9'and 12 Et Clhoimn & Ross, 1 60
18 H2 R. MeKenzie, 30
7 and 12 Bt Wm. Mathers or assigns 2 95
4 28 Dr Meachatn, 40
1 J T. N. Morris, 80
4 14 David Sytddon, 5 5
'6 and' C2 Jacob H1aTrvey, 1 60
2 22 Chittr'hlsn's Estate, 3 J ,
JO)N LUCAZ, Sh'riff,
and ex-Officio State Tax Collector.
Apatlachicnla, Jan. 24> t81'. 4-Gin
O!1 Costsi.ttieail.
0 CASK' superior !,ice, how landing Ifom
20\J brig Tybee, and for sale hv
Feb'21 NOURSE, STONE & Go.
Pork & Brct.
A BLS. less an Prime Pork; 30 bbls.
M' Mess and Prime'Beef, for sale by
Mire 7 J. DAY & Co.
A Card.
W "ISHTING to cloe ,our husin'ess in 'this place,
we are prepared to sell our extensive stock
of DRY GOODS, Bonts, Shoes, Hats, &?., 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, 1816 jan17 3-tf
iagriiig and Rlpe,
500l PIECES heavv Clifton Kentucky Bag-
500 ging; 500 coils good Kenthcky" Rope.
Also, 130 boxes Tobacco various branids, for sale
by LOCKHART & YOUNG.
Feb 28, 9


PAINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White
Lead; 200 alls Winter Lamp Oil,; 300 galli
Linfseed 'Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass ; 500 Ibs Puti
ty; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Leadi
Sipanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
received an'd for sale by
March 1 H. F. A BELL.


Pei, B-HTg aMetattiora.
J-UST arrived a beautiful assortment of Gents.
O Good., suitable for the season, among which.
inay be found-
French Linen check and Sack Coats,
Do do do D'Orsay dto,
Union Plaid Linen Hunt'ing ard Frock Coats, e
Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Panos,
Union Plaid ". ,, '",
Plain White "
Kremlin, fancy and sti'ped Cott'oade Pants,
White, Linen bosom, and fancy col'd Shirts,
Super striped Cdutbrick "'
Palnlleaf, Leghorn, Panama, Florence and Cana-
da Straw Hats,
Stuper Calt Boots: Brogans and low-quar. Shoes,
BAckskin, Cloth, Prnnella and Goatskin Gaiters;
Leather Pumps, Velvet and Mo Slippers, and
many other Goods-all cheap.
March 28 F. KOPMAN.


Hope.
300 COILS, for sale by.
march14 D B WOOD & CO.
FOLGER'S Olosa, mianror All Healint, Balsam;
f,w Consumption, Asthma, Couvhs, Liver
Cornpl-iinty and all diseases of tihe throat and
lung., f|or sale by
April 11 H. F. ABELL.
Flour.
11 6 BBLS. Western ; 50 bbls. Canal, now
116U landing, for sale by
April 18 J-. DAY R Co.


Spring Goodis.
TUST arrived per brig Metamora-
0 Rich Fancy Pril'ls-Etglih and American,
New style h,, veiv s6lpe'io Ginghams,
China Lawns, for La'dies' Dresses,
Ladies' Fancy Dresses, in pattern,
8-10 and 12-4 Musq'uito Lace Netting-doubl0
and single.
50 pcs plaid and white corded do do.
Ladies' iancy Siun Shades and Parasols,
Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,
Figured Muslins, Bulzarines and other styles od
. Goods, for Spring Dresses.
Ladies' Kid WIalkih Sh,,s, Buskins and Gaitersq
Do black and col'orey K-d Slippers and Ties:
Fiorence, Leghoi'n, Open-%ork and Dunstable
Straw Bohettis,
Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jackonet
Muslins.
Besides many other articles which the subscriber
intends to sell very low.
March 28 F. KOPMAN,.


94) BBLS ME'S PORK: 20 i bbIs No. 1
tMackerel; 20 1 bbls No 2 Mackere; '10
bbIs Fultoa Market Befef, for sale bv
DODGE &- PRATTj
feb28 9 40 Water street.
l^e rfiat ,iery.
oC10LOGNP, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex-
tracts, Violeta, Jis-;rnine, Amber, Pori ugal,
&c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Roses, &,.
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN.
G~t~iIs O.-s C:;'_:;t*;lls!-B A SMALL ass.,rtminnt of Good()d consisting o
Coffee, Tea, So(api Candlhs, Tobacco,
Gnmp-w-l-r, Brandy, &c.,, is offered at New
York Invoicee prices, bv
jin3l 5 NOUR-E, STONE & CO,


l;aiBfs, COils, and Glass.
GIBSON & CLAPP,
Wt-OLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Paints; Oils, Varni.hes, Turpentine, Window
Glags, f&C.,
Will keep conlsta-tly on hand a good assort-
menrt of MIXED PAIINS of All colors, tor Steam..
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together will,
a Variety of ah ices in the painting line, too nu-'
merous to mention.
House, Sign, and Steam Boat Palnting, ant|
Glazina:, done with neatness and despatch,- al
modernt'e prices; for eash
22 Water street, Apaladhicola.
Jan. 10, 18415.


06Sanis Solici'
RESTAURANT, BILLIARt) AND READING
ROOM,
Corner Commerce and Centre Streets.

BY R Ek RAIMOND.
OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed,
Pickled and in Ihe Shell.
WELSH RAREBITTS3
POACHED EGGS,
BiRD SUPPERS.
fo.- Private Supper Rooms.
HOT LUNCH every day from 11 to1.
Families and visitors supplied with Oysters by
the barrel or gallon. March 14
Inbter.
JUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Ldm-'
ber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000
feet White Pine, assorted from nI 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
C"lEDAR-wanted by,
V- marchU, D. B. WOOD & CO.


Iron, Nails, dfc.
T HE sul)scribers have on hand and for salie
wholesale anti retail, low for dash-
20 tons' assorted Iron ;: 50 ke assorted Nails,
50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut,
Sheet and Boiler Iron,
Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
Suigar and Coldren Kettles,
Cnok and Parlor Stoves, Sad Irons,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hardware,
Britannia and Jappand Wares, .Brass Andirons,
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs,
Ho, ks and Thimbles, Elocks, Pomp Boxes,
Marlin Spn Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Cnrdage,
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tai, Coal Tar, Rosin,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,
Paints and Brush< s, Rigging and PUmp Leatberi.<
Matts, Pumps-and'Buckets,
Tin and Sheet'Iron Ware.
March 14 ROBERTS,, ALLEN & CO,


USqT received, a few cases of fashionable white
Hats, on consignment, for sale wholesale or
retail, by MILLER & Co.
May 2 47 Water street.


Per Ociavia from New Orleans.
DECE[VED as above a choice selection of
tlL Family Groceries .and Provisions; alio, a
fre-h supplV of Spring and Summer Clothing,
made up in the latest style, fir sale by
GIBSON & CLAPP,
March 21 22) Wter street.


Notice.
C ASH wanted for sundrv accounts of long
standing. All persons interested will take
due notice and govern them-elve accordingly, or
I will--,lui them personally.
March 28 PE rER HOBART.
Bagg-i ng and Hope.
A Kf: PCS. very heavv Louisville, Man &
*-fclfJU Co. Baggiftg;-300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March 7 J. DAY & Co.


Saddltery for Sale at Cost and
Charges.
H AVING on hand an assortment of Saddles,
B, idles, &c.,&c I will dispose of them as
above for cash.
Oa hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will
be sold for cash.
March 28 P. HOBART.


Wamied to Purchase for Cash.
A NE'RO BOY, from 13 to 20 years of age
suitable for taking care of a horse and
waiting in the house. Apply to
mchl4 WOOD & CO, 32 Water-st.




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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: May 23, 1846
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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APALACH1COLA. SATURDAY. MAY 23.. 1S4flERCIALADVEItTISEIl1 .

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I IEVERT iiusint u Sfrectorg.i t9rOftssoniiI Xctfccs. : : :: .
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SATURDAY BY f i- = 'ist.mJ\tran ,around .herwaisf, arid in !!I DIVINE PKCT:CTlU.Nr. .

r .ttSUED WYMAN.O B. S. hawley, We the sI truttrlins; to free herself nbe upset a galley I II I cannot eo where universal love smiles DOt
WM. J
osWOUTU& SYDNEY GREEN M. D. copy fcllowing spirit-stirring! ()f edjtorial$ I
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, poetical a long? article on the Oregon I 3 Ut.d"-JI.aml'-on." *

hir.i .story n,hz-il'lI Buildings corner of Cor. Water and Chestnut street, (L- May b i..und at his residence, corner of appeal lto the Louisianians, (says the Charleston qu[ estion. Noting'cIaunted.' I made at herftJain. What studded the blue arch of heaved

.. Commerce and Chestnut ttreets.TERMS. April 4 Apnlachici.la, Fa. Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion Courier,) from the New-Orleans :Commercial. This irrae I was more successful with glittering limits 1Vhlt formed ihe

T. I!:& C. Iff. Austin, Hu p, Nllv 8. Bullet. A reference tothe signature will shew b or I obtained a ,kiss. 'By St. Ptil1 it was unknown depths of; the ocean Hilt stored it

( 'itT-mvs.-Th'ree: .olltlU" per annum, COMMISSION 'MERCHANTS: Dr. -. W. Chapman, that! it is from the pen cf'a talented daughter; of a ike sweet one-and the little' witch bore it' with innumerable crevpin;: ibiisVbat

fcKf paymeif: i? delayeded I S outh.'Can.lina, whose a martyr-she nevrr screamed once: created the
.In..U. Water Street C3O3ice productions 'have fair world 'of
the frequently ar.d
V 1 I over Drug Sure ol B. 5. H-jvvley\ hut 1 I raised brightness
'
4r tha ') cripti3nyear( rive DOteripripo in I. as my Up from hers nhe, lifted. I ?1Vbal '
_. Ap-ilachieola..Fa. (entrance on Chestfitr street ) Rt-sidence at thene .rrner times, ornamented the columns her delicate beauty clothed'our fields] with
1 be dem1r.d \ I.r D. hi. lately occupied by Dr. jlt/eH.. of the Couriir. The Bulletin states that little hand Iud pave me a box creen, and our valleys with coma What
Bucanc. the the
tken for a I tF term Ih3.ru HARGROVE HOWARD January 10. 134<) on ears that made tne 'see more stars
2 fW glows
Vi' wil! invarilbly be cr'd for BU9Ybe & Howard effusion has: been re.publishd in hand-bill: form han ever were viewed by Herschel through .

!'i, N'd Pi'r will' fce (continued until COMMISSION J. D. Brown, and generally circulated us. big telescope. Somewh.it nettl! d.'a'tld'ith &Through aU life, extend through all extent
are P-iWt. unes at the ;un cf the AND! FORWARDING Spreads undiv4ded "
;.5 MERCHANTS t I ATTORNEY AT LAW. TO THE RESCUE. \ jny cheek smarting with, pain, I again opt-rates unspent

; ct vr5.-0c "}\U ire. (twelve lines i No. 7, Colc.nbu Rinck.'ov. ILL practice'in the Di-fri'-t Courts of the "This! i isno time to stickle about tri9-9 se ized!. her waist and said, '.' 'Veil. if you The love of God, deep, unfathomable!

c..1icuJuily i nortec at the followingOil I I __ I, isn AjMbrliiroh, Fa. United State?, and the State Conrtiof the moment'* delay increase dar "r to which Every our iI lon't like it, just take back the kb',.*' She limit IPS? {love!

M ddlp, and of Fraaklia! count\ in the Western I brave cotntJJIn! ilfPl".rvoled.-Ccm Bulletin, i,;arle n tlesrerate| stru2te.( and asshe jerked It is this! which peks in the wild warb
ns: : ;iI 'II tie! Schiflcr. Circuit.
) '.- month. $2 5)iit'i May 4.Awike.
OU ge3 :; ..10.1' .THMv' :.',... .. .00() WHOLESALE Particj.ir AN'D RETAIL GROCER, Olfir in TlI4hasec. sound the tccsin for danger i is nigh hly e-pot.' and over it went Another pearly rivulet and sre ull.-we se it in ih,*
J-: | .
Sit. lIuth)0) $ ..o. w-k..i. .. ..I50 attfntitm P lici to p-htrg: n; family January 10, 18:''j. 2.13m The SiumhT: f'peace must be br.:kn at Ids:. of# editorial galley bright flower of spring.-ii ih. tin
1Tr"emuli.: .. ... OJ O.1 l'I 4Irtioq.. ... 1 00XIcnVd st 3'nhltitln..J ship! stores. Th..n 'tIp 8t ihsi g nil-re-echo the wrs sprinkled) over the rfioor of the sparkling !$
No- 49 Water REM OV cry and i in rose and the beautiful
11-'U "Vi'1' ; tinirtb'r of n4r- trrft, :L. And wide through the knd teir the wartrumre'sHark her efforts to reach tire door her fragrance'othe
t1" dTi:3 .\aI c-lairoh. Fh. tl.st foot } and fe-II. flower of ihs t alley.WP .
she
hv. Uir, are *ajeA to exception W. G. ITI. Davis, slipped( ancl, in the effort lo"ustaiu
the foe is upon 05-the peril i is hear it in the howling of the
tjfro. rt5 n'ar herself, her fiand.-her midnight
aboft Joel ATTORNEY lily-white
fl l t : : 'Y. Perry, AT LAW The Mexican
like
comes fiend in and
a its might storm in the
'.'" i1erti bv t"e Vear aliheril die-. l lECETVIVfr' FOllM'AKDING AND I {(?- OlEce in Flood's new Buildine Now. NOW i is the hour "TO DO AND TO !" h hlD.l-the. same little h"rrllh::: had cotr.eu summer breathings nf the '
T te- DARE senile
I to'1lt.ill hi *J. ; bit all. 13 vftrtis.rn.nt.s not COMMISSION{ MERCHANT, the Mansion llo (. Dec 13, 1845.opo; Up freemen! up featlessljON I TO THE FGBT'! contact with my ears-oh. hf'rrible-! zephyr. We see it in the bright .
: ->ir o*rtintiT to t'i !r own business, as No. 22 Water; strc- was stuck up to the elbow in the ink keg! beams of the king; of day and iu the milder .

Ill. ill''ilni! (J.!'Ti3it .ntiabythem, D- c "20 Af1'1hrl1knh., F1 :. A. G. Scmincs, Will Who ye call rest for here in safety, regardless of thn?,. Shade of Franklin what a change came glory of I he queen of night.

Sbchiridatthenuilrate9. J. [:. & J. :31. ui1. ATTORNEY AT LAW. CAN )* pause for as.istHnce"yor a inomeLt while rights kindred to c'efmd Mod? over the beauty of that: 'hand!! She slowly Thou art, 0 God. the life and light .
b- \i r-wd' to eiuVr She ediLitw cx:;- Office, j\'o. 2 : 'i1 Of all this wondrous u oriel! we
rot y ACTORS &. COMMISSION! Capt. Rimmvn'fi Building, fln\\I. rev it (rom the keg dripping Will ink, and! Ere ;
.roVietor*. and ma.t b-s ro"r PAID to insure MERCHANTS, cor. Centre & Commerce And ih" Mexican hawk Ii' plow Ly day, its mile by night,
rorJOf" sheets. on their ranks rnay'aesend t; kt'llne what use I made of that lilT! I Arc fi-cton
No. caught frrm the
4V
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.IIf1"n 'r street, nov: Apslar.'iicob' ,
1_" '- -., .----f---_- Nov. 1, IS43.: APALICHXCOLA Fla. Will ye coldly consider, while! those who tave li ean to b'o seriously alarmed: and apulogied \lilierirn'rr w> turn toy gN.riM >!5ne,
-j3l1.Ji:1t rJ Director 1 ?. -_ --- FA. .,jcATTORNEY. JLRW, come iu, tile; best t manner. 1 I could aria to my And things so fair and bright are 'nice/*

David G. Rnnc'y, AT LAW To than1} in the bl";sir?? fo proudly ye boat, surprise. fhe seemed rather pleased' than [Spirit Prtadli7fg,.
:* Still H-k vllur protection for children ttiti h"mp. -but there "
1urko
: I XnnnssIOX7
FORwDING i angry was a devil inItpr
Charle.lbze.i J'Jhn Munn.. EJiene\V. Rogers. AND DEALER[ IN GOODS MERCHANT, Biinbridi, (Deouttir Co.) Ga. And all that Ijy true men i is valued thtr most'' h e'c" that; mid me there was;mi- chfefrtfloat. I BEAUTY.-There i is sorhrth.nz: in beauty,

Ito'.e$ ; Si Co., I tJ-: Will attend mnrtaallv the Superior whether it dwells in tire human tai'tr jfL the
Cia No. \VatersJrn-T.. of iberoir.ttfxof: Court* Up. iipLnui&ianidos, The cry has been brought .! As I stood surveying lhilila'k, Covering I .....n.nn.i t,......... ..r COMMISSION'{ MERCHANTS :Nnv 5 Iv ArniHchM-rl; Fa. I the Smith Ejriy, B.ikT and Decatnre of From the tair hio Gritnde 'invoking your aid! I f,f f lipr hand scarcely able To IHmr g I -) .---.. .11P.._ ....c..r'I.' .....tP,
Water street We.fern.a'ld of the County Thomas N o leesons of valor/ TO \cu need be Mtrfacc' of u futintain, or that : which
taught laueh if
a at aspn-t
j4 ;. A.hctIicoh. r. Francis IOlHu ui, c! fh 'iithern Circuit, : Ye all know duty the I strange metamorphosis. *he genius breathes
\ril1. I I : maya H..t hark The your loud : call has been made. quickly raised it on hizh, and broncht itlown over its stiitoe; that iii;.kesus
S. Davci> > }iirnowiRDING wHoLrsiLu ANt RETAIL EALr.R IV John Bilbo, cannon already re''Iies-! l mourn it ruin. 1 should itoi that
; The krr
slap envy
cited
summons to ? Before
S SHOES DRY GOODS CI.U THING rallyis hastening1 by- upon my ;
AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT for Ca.;", HATS tCheap ATTORNEY AT LAW, The rnu-ic elf drums oa the distant air dies, I I c-onM recover from rny surprise the same man his feeling? who could' see a (le.f wither -
ALBANY. And haim,M unfurled through each or a flower 'f.ill: without some sentiment of
: crowded little !
,
_C1t"tJ Chp tniit-Siec-t! ADala-hicola, Fla.. htnalV I! asain descended, and again
street I
fly
TfJ"lLL pra.ftire in the several Cnt1rt of the left its recret. This tender intere in the
No. 5J \Vuter-;tre"tApaUchicoh, inky imprint on cheek. beauty
1 Fa. .T.. 'O. AZcn! V > South Western Circuit, at d Thomas and On. ON TO TUE RT-CCH! Your forefather fame \Vhv.hry.," I eschimed lilY what are :a and frailty of things. around n is only.a
\-hQI .I. t'10 SteJt CbUnj.SAtir. ,
: :iti Knh::: timed in each hirartis i slight tribute of becoming grief and aflco
f Liberal: Advances m ie on coninmfltCT1 DRTTGr8/MnL: ;>ICI\"B<.. apAINT.si OILS, i. IS.:. 31if RRMtMBER: all emblazorjpd In story -yon about ]1"t tion for
t3 frlendi 11 Ns Oc1ea:', N e"k flr1. or GLAS5, JRUiES&c.&c. Enrolled! ttirough ye hasome their deed kiudrrd (Ir nam? hi think you told me you rolled ink on ; nature in our ndvrrjiiies orvr deserts
i.irer'O"1I. April 1j' aba on the annals! of tl the 1oorn, us. She even comes more to
Ah glory! iefiic ) < vitt, R luudlnugh.and nearly

r. l! I Jl vpn.rral atoftmcnt af Subscribers cotifimie ances. Then on Loui-iani.ins! AGAIN rou,e the spirit again her hand lit upon my face-taking ;me us in our sortow. and l leading us away
II. ) io rnak '
BOOKS advances
BLA \TFvS, STATFONERV, Sse :.c. THE on:I A8 ctrhull to conq'JPr as a broad in the j from .the paths of di>nppoiirtment and pa'm
\ &vn R cT"T., of Centre tt"nnslntd to their friends prompt rrp"t skip very middle of
'tLO\.LI cor. & Conmercr: street.-. at Liverpool AWAY'! With I ht" birthright my i into her soothing
\n PAINTS pn\5 Havre, New York and B.. 't' prnudly IIIhprir, ro'intenancp. and most recesses, al'ays the anguish -
DE ALEaP 9ttJ. iICIr\E5. : Apal.schiclIlaFla. "fon, To the rescue of t vlur-Tu Pozr lABEL. wofnlly bedaubing) I of
OL: (L \<>, &.c.. &or. D. B. WOOD & Co. New Orleans, May 4 MOISA. my eyes. \Vith a slight step and a merry I our bleeding hearts bind*.rip the
P.3IA.UFCTUUnR wounds
A1.--\ .alcr.,1 l aj-Mrftnit of Statil"\u). IlE1't, Dec 5 2j Water street. l peal of laughter, she skipped ibrough time that have been inflicted whi


C ir. of Chestnut and Water streets AN!f DEALHR INcABiir Advances [From the 'D Democratic. Review for May.] d oor. She turned back when beyond t the meek pledgee of a better hope. ;.nd. fa
I to NV
: my
Orleans.
FUIIXITUUE.ftj h
Ar4,t 11 1 1hrI1i"nh, Fa. : No. 44 Water T IBEKAL Cash Advances HYMN.BT reach, and with her roguish face; peering ioat i harmony with a spirit of still holier birth,
street-Upstairs, made on consignJJ
I- points? to that home '
where
n:. n. I>aide, _novlG Ap.!Li hicola. Fla. .. menu of Cotton or other (produce to New cA7i; cUsm G. the doorway, shouted back- .* I decay and death

No. 2 Colcmbus Uuildmzs, Lookliurt & rlean-s.- J. DAY & Co. We' praie thee God, when' r.1or ing's ray 'I I say. Charley, wfcat kind of a roller can never come. .
Young, De C 52 WaTer st.Advances. In orient skies begin to shine, does mY"han make ?1" p
D tO: leu l". A'tahchirola. Fa. COMMISSION n-l FORWARDING And once again
returning' day .. REV. Da. LATHHOP.
Oil
This
MERChIATS.No. : Wakes on this gloritlus world of paid I, ,you tile too much ink." eminent divine

B..FNjurs?, ELI n l Stone H W. Brooks o'J Water troet, ''HE undersigned will make liberal advances thin, "Ha !, ha !" she- laughed, wen, goodbye was considerable! of a wit, as well atprea'her.

flairstSt6itc & Co;, no\3) Analarhicfla rIa.Wx. JL on Cotton consigned to his friends in New; Ve praise thee God,whose mighty hand, Charley-tr.jiCs tny impression ha; .
COMMISSION' MERCHANTS York, Boston arid Supreme in Ion, supreme in J'ow"r, ha !" The, Reverend Doctor had a young *
W. SIMS. \\:1.L CHEInn. Providence.WM. Roll!? on the sun from l land to Innd, man to preach ftir htm.
No. 4G Water street, T.o'j>, To light and glad each fleeting hour. 1 went to the glass and surveyed myself The sermon was
ari A lat.lchicnh. Fla. Situs It Che ever, Nov 29! 42 Water street. for a mom"nt. and verily believe, I could ery good), but unfortunately had' but little

-- COMMNSION I .MERCHA NTS, We prnis" the GodRt* evening tide, h have parsed for a Guinea without the to (hi with his text. The Monday after it
( :fOolcr: No. G Columbus Advances. With all 'htt.Harnr.hos.xs.on high negro delivered
Ocijtntin Sailer: ; Building*, slightest difficulty, was ,the ;author called iho
,
r"T HE Which upon
tp.ct-l subscribercountinue! as hereto'ore I to b-Min, as if ihy throne beside,
COMMISSION MERCHANT Apalachir.ila, Fta.Cookc i. Doctor to
ascertain
1 make liberal a-lvances: on Cotton consigned To hymn thy greatnesa through the sky.At And so, said I to myself "this is lovn its' merits. \VrJl,'
J Nib. 4 J W.ter street-Up stair, & Hot'ile, I to the addre"3 of their friends in Liverpool New i in a .printing office. The devil 'fly aw fey said! the doctor in answer tu his trembling
D ISH.
1, ApaUchicola FIa.
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'COMMISSION York or no tdri. C. ROGERS & Co. morn at noon, at eve, we praise with such love !" enquiries your sermon was well enough,
MERCHANTS, Thy miht and grace on bended knee but {
?
coutd'nt
Jituuii: DAY. DANIEL J. DAV. No. 13, St. Charles Street, Oct. 25 47 Water: street. And hearts of grateful; joy still rdise, The next morning when the editor came lion see as it had much connec

J. Cl.V A Co. Xew-Orre.r.s. ,Creator. Saviour God, to thee. to the office. I rather calculate" he found with she text. 7/7/our/ / tat had. had
,
oa New. York! trr ale the
: by .LL_; small
EXCHANGE little yor, your seimen
things a 'ZCOuldrt.cUl't.t
topsy turvey. However )that
ANDREW -
COMMISSION S. .
MERCHANTS, COD!! AMOS I lti. S. DAVENPOitT, ; --- czvght iL'BREAD
-o. 52 \'. lteulr et, feb S. -\prilIL 50( Water "Irect. R( LIo.uL made no difference tome-for I had: ) 'tnir-
z led' r long before daylight.
.
tec) 6 ApiUchicola Ft. T ,
Jas. F. Farrior, Excll itgc. 1 bore the mart's of that for FROM HE.\VES.--A. singular
G> \ls! Agents for the !'Etad luaurance Co." GENERAL RECEIVIXiJ FOU WARDING-fc subscriber: as Agents for the Bank of [From th- Illinois State G zl'ttl'] scene many event is said to have occurred very
and) in
i H.u'tr'rd THE a ?y. now w.hencver I see a lady enter the J'ach-
c" Pwtecno.\ Insurance' Co. and ths COt: H SIOS MERCHANT, ,are prepared to bills LOVE IN A PRINTING OFFICE. alic of Anatolia
lti:1'iLQ 'y!* Hartford Conn. No. 9 Columbus Block New purchase on a printing office. I think of little Mary r.nd in Asia Minor. They
_
York Boston Providence 1
: on< e heard an old Jonr. '
that
Philadelphia remark
or were
that
no\9 AHI.lchicnla', FI".. a keep en the ink-keg and starving at place for want of food
L?. Frcil. E. D1t-a. Charleston, and check on New York in sums to printing office was no place forlove-rn-ikinc. my eye though and au ,
FACTOR AND coM11SIONMERChANT T. J. SA\f'IRD. M. M. BLTT.SatiHml suit pnrc.ha;' .;. and F have since she were as beautiful as Hebe would not extraordinary interposition of Provi I
) truth of deuce bad
experienced his
( been
A TJutr, Nov: WM. G. PORTER & Co. ) venture 10 touch her with a ten foot pole. manifested in their behalf
olervsiior-beinz
No. 2 Columbus Block, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.No. i nnw perfectly convinc..tJrhat Talk about love in a boudoir-love in a A glutinous substance or manna of which ,

DS, IS r;. A-iiUehirnla. Fa.Ilarpor 3': Water Street, LU\1 UCR' INSPECTOR?-The under,i: cri the flower nf (love can m-ver bloom in hnwrr-love on a spring spat sofa-tuve by they make bread, has f.dleti in ;immensu .'
been appointed Inspector of Lumber tlif mid*t of 't types stands anti) piintinc ink. quantities; in
district
decl a
: 1 AnaUchirola, Fla.Avory for Franklin moonlight i 5t11 light.! lamplight; or other nf that country.;
Holmes, County, otfers his service thepuhllc It fortune any
to
was my once to sojonrn for a This .food is
I kind of light, and I: with selling publicly at 17 .
i ii am heart $
that pet
: and will you
A Jones cjpicity attend to all few
in tile
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, days vill.ice; of -. Directly This *
and soul but I quarter. is stated' in 'letter
also, GROCERS i; COMMISSION MERCHANTS, duties app.rttini1: ; to said appointment. lIt'may ,the office : pray you by the ghost: of a from1Smyrna .
_1 mh for the xo.n: \\TLtertreN.. bi found at 2:2: Water street. opposite; was a pretty white cottage Faust, nev" r tat! to me about love in a dated Man-b 7, 1646. received m"

SUNM'JTUXL .IN5UR.VCS ,COMPANY, Dec 13 ApiUchicoh; Fa. March 23 JAMES GIBSON. ; with a rose hush clarr.berins around printing fcc! papers by the steamer which. if Hue. will
I lie casement: and I was; not Ions in makin create a great sensation in the leli
cfthc Cilyot'\eu) Yak, "V. A. iV P. C. Kain, T UMBER INSPECTOR.The iwdcrsr ned t tire *licocery I hat the " No. 31 \Tdter street, JJ hvirig; been appointed Insneclor : W IAT TO'U V7ISH TO HAVE KS01\"N. MAKE being an event similar tu the raininjj.
ol Lnn.L with shaded '
N'1,1911. A ahchicn'a, F. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, lage; the rose ; window( contain-! SECRET.Truat of mauna to the starving Israelites iu the
for the hit of
) Counly of Franklin, ofler* ht.e services to 'eli. t a scandal to a whisper
0h:!>e, No. 4 Columbus Buildings' l fair inmate-;a flower whose Tar desert.
beauty
E.I ward JlcCully, Nov. 1, ii l'i.rnhchicnla} Fa.Wni. the public in that capacity, and will aUei.d to all Outshone the rnes that clii.te'red around I and how 'fast it flies !because it i is

tOn SI( MElCIiVVT AN'D DEALER .- duties appertaining tos-iid) appointment.COixNELIUS whi-jpered. Might not the good deeds for HAPPY
H Kimbroush JL B. Kimhroughin llie window. She W.H a little blue eyed MARRIAGES.-We clip tffeii!-
IS D1Y GOODS ANT0 GROCERIES. [ GRADY. which so very few\ ran obtain the desired ; # ***
No. 9 Colambus Block, Wizi; Iii '.lfbr1)Tl Ii & Co., March ?. 1545. saury, :: loukins cre.-iture: nf some sixteen I credit, become equally celebrated; !-might lowing official table: from an Eogllsh( paper,

No21 nJhchiC'oh Fa. COMMISSION'I & FORWARDINGMERCHANTS.. (: T UMBKIl I IN ;PiCTOR.-Hc1ving been a plage.summers., Her She name' was was the.!I:1rswce't belle of the 'vjl- not the Time: of iliem be as wide spread if. giving a view of the connubial "bliss, in the
-
.LJ nintfd po- making no secret of them intrusted ihemlo of London
Oillc > Im.iector of Lumber J"r the County elk we I city :-
No. 23 Water
street-Upstairs, Mary.
Vn. G. Porter & Co. of Frinklin, the undenij i :ifd ofli-rs; hi< services the ever-circulating medium 'of secrecy IPcof Runaway wives.. .. ... ... ..
SEALERS Ap W GOODA.NO' COMMISSION': to the public ill tint capacity, aI will : name Mary. ; Ie fall into the capital mistake of ;
lQ-:: Liberal advances ttin coisi ned attend to : publi.thing Rui.awiay U baud .
.on ci> : f to Ti u> <. ..... ....2.343
lF.ftCj"rs.. their friends in N\v York Ballon( Liverpool all duties appertaining to said atm'iiritment. was a beautiful summer ,morning: and I II :: to all me world their piivate ,virtues 1M]
co. n Water Street.D ; or April IS, 1515. had raised! the window irrit'rllwrSul11J legally divorced...4.175
DENJ. i tn tlimt the II
Hivre. LUCAS. :; cool I I heir benevolence: disinterestedness
!i o. : Nov.1 J. 1513.Tliomas Ir anti I LlVin in WrirJTtre .
Apjlaohicoli Fa. breexe from the onen _.. ... ..17.245g
-- -- flo'\'er.r.cJ..f' fietds., and it r tptm-ur-im-f '
u-linl if
__ .__ ___ ( : lint lliPV vvnrp lit J..PPlt. -
; Preston ,*PI .. !.?... 'lonlY... u..r.,... Y ..... Lmv4t, in private misunderstanding... '
I 'to a'.iU 1li'IO 11 JUlien) \v: ...... "'.i..f'. ..1..i... .I..,? lie of these noble
reputation
TVui. T. Wood, COMMISSION A\TD 1 FORWARDINGMERCHANT TAX COLLliCTOirS SALE. window'iI; ;; I" qualiiies in 31uually inditferent,........... ...55.340
COMMISSION1 cottage 4 :also hoisted', and llmt.swoct t he background, andjust 1 permit a friend
to
MERCHANT l h2 sold on the second Monday' in Sep- little j\larv' flegard f .d as hlpp.Y..3,175 '.
WILL _; wa- seated near it. biu-jlv the exisiunrc
No. 42 Water street, APAL\\CHICIL Fa. !!' nV.\t, (Hth) at the 'Gout-house o'nzagcl v/ith her needle. 1 worked hut whisper of them as a great se Nearly I hippy: ,. ............ ..... .. ...127

-SOY 1. Al3cn14. F%._ Office No. 45, corner Watfr and Chl.tftltt .trectl, do'ir at Rnachc'a Bi'ift': in %Vat hiniton county d. that: lit. crc:;. respecting, which every lip uas 10 be Perfectly happy... ... ... .. .. .*. ......13
within the ucul hours of sale morninp. My eyes constantly waolered henceforth sealed ? Universal circulation _
Autl1' u; s? >ir<,-Siitra!!Ci oa: Clietnur :street the t ft'llowin. pro-
Dacst. CHVHLSS\ PRATT.Ijcf O'.t. 'n: Ft3.I -n pertv to wit : / tnwanls the milage window. where, tins! enue. Let it be once: staled iii THE ASIATIC CIoT.A.-Thi mvsteri-

Dol & Pratt, Four hu drf>'d and eighty acres of land, .lyi g little Mary s>at. and all sorts of strange strict confidence, that you stripped) off your DOS scourge i is again nt i i's work in Persia

t tnPPli: 5t COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I L'Jtrt Allen A: Co., i in 11..1 m. 's Villey: levied on as the.lrnpf'rry of and fantastic, notions whirled. ihtnush my coal on a inter night, and wrapped it roundshivering whither inravt'lh'IIII"! the route of Khorassan. -

% No. 40 Water Street, 3ANUFACrUREU5 I IN TIN, IRON,COPPER, the pwanderer, and I bt"I I At [lent:, Bokhara. Telier.m, ,Jsjia-
BRASS i &c.ALiO.PEAI.EnS. tor the taxes !for the 1 IS15.Alo. .
N,>' 2i Fa. jeir felt H plight'touch of what the ;poets call own will soon ring with your ded of 'liilantlirophmyboit l hall nnd Meehid (he ileiiihi !havi-. h..n
Apahcbicola, IXHardware tne uirfd.and. si'xty acres of land Ivin love vry
:! I'litJin2 in at the of heart.
corner my the little incident at \ Ai Methi'.l 1
must nu ierons. a ihird of the
iniamd J .. Hickmy HiU.l levied ; |P -
StoveBrita on Hpulariun
tp'l"terlV'i' on as tiE' c.tBlacktone few
properly A ;
'1 19lcK"lf & li.u"I 9rll Iron, Sie-l, NuK S.'ilt-I, Gr-te Bars; and! to Be sold for the taxes slays paoiMi away and clunce ways be icl.ited; as a profound secret or its: : were tarried olf. The only,: town of
COMLMfSIoN made
4 MERCHANTS Sui r K.'lllAjaatl} Mills, and other f r tht. .H'ar IS1> me acqiriinted: with Mary. [leavens 1 progress! towards the popular; ear will be importance i that IMS; escaped( i KTabVe n nr

N't t I.ISIS.No. 40 Water street, C isri ii;p Snip: Ch.mdli'ry.&e. Al'i, forty acres of land, lyin* in Holmes' she was; sweet creature-s!he had a form slow. Such is the natural tendency of a one of the principal! t cities nf P riia. This

: A" 1Chiob., FloriJ. Oct.. SI, ll' Ar\ne ryn.\Fa V-illev% Ieviei on a* t the property of John G. Rus-, that would! hive shamed; the f.inons Venus secret to get into general circulation. and exception i is I lit' more remarkable. as Tabrez -<

D. D. : and to be sild for the t\M f T the year IS I 13.- de Medici-a ch-ck lhat ouildushed; the to secuie I Ih" privilege of continual t disclosure visited; by more caravans than even

bE\Ft\L Wood & Co., WILLIAM DICKEY. 3 W. HAMMOMD. Alo, forty acres of lind. l.viti on Bear Creek, richest pcuh-anll a lip I hat; would have that itViii even carry the heavy virtues Ispahan The"v.rious: theories that ;exist

CD.\I\I'SrON MERCHANTS." Dickey & liammomi, levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to tempted a bee from 'his; hive on a frosty I with it, and obtain popularity; ; for ole- on the eihtology of cholera, and the .
; fa. 23 Water itreet, he sold! for the I94.i. unquestionable
i SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS year morning. I thought( as I gazed on her, in The of the,
L'J tgl). Ailichicoh., Fla. Al...flOC hundred and sixty acres of land, ly- err. gatlery moral graces is a I obscurity that surrounds. it,
32 Water- rteet Apalachicola, Fa. in? i') Holmes Valley levied n'i as the mute admiration thai I, had never looked) whimpering gallery. make it desirable tht each movement oft the

1. T an. L. Jtiicaci, OctoVr 13. iSi" 42lf Henry Ahrens and to be sold for the taxes propertyof for upon one so exquis-'uely beautiful. She [Lama' Blanchard's Sketchesfrom Life.A enemy should be carefully notiei] by tho

.ECEIVI G. FORWAU.DIN'0, AND It. It. Taylor the year 1S43. seemed the embodiment' of all that is lovely medical journalists.[Medical 'Units. '

COil\lSSIO.N MERChANT JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff and hewiirlnng.; LO.NC FAST.-There. i a man in Alex .
:o. 31 \Titer street t. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING and ex-officio State Well time passed'on. and How '
NIIY.I,19n. Tax Collector. one day Mary ntlria. La.: 'laou the last accounts had I ; TO WRITK FOR NEWSPAPERS.

._ alachicoU, FU.Hjrers .. MERCHANT March 29, 1846. iy-6m expressed a desire to visit the. printing offii-i'. (fur thirty dnys refused to permit a p. riieeoffond Have something to write abour. '2. Write

d- 7Iitciel, No. 22 Wattr.A'hrhic'la.trpd.lIf'nt'2 ,i IBSON & CLPP 22 Water (al thought 1. what a chance I'll do it or a drop of stimulant to t pass hi* lip*. plain; dot your i's; rro your t's; |j.intentences
Iv street, have there
CO2ISSIO'N MERCHANTS this d iv received perschr Helen from New yes, there i iq the very midst of the Water, and that in sunll quantities, wa. the ; begin with capitals. 3. Write

No. Jtcnry Hodges Orleans! and ofT r for sale implements( mine art-why shouldn't 1 only'nourishment.taken by !him. and liestiliadhVed j hnri ; tn the 'point ; stop, when you h..re

Korl-V 35 Water-street, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION r 20) nails Linseed Oil; 200 lbs Putty; Lore in a Printing Office-ehl! There was t with great 'pertinacity to the resolve (dime 4. Write only 'one-side of the sbert.

Apab hico1a, Fa. MERCHANT, 100 II Refined Sperm Oil I ; something original in that and 1 resolved to at first expressed! by him. put II) sertk the, 5. Read it 'over, abridge and corret-rit. un

k,, Wruc ._ 22 Water street, APALACHICOLA Fa. 50 boxes Gla.44 as*rted ize ; try it at nil) hazards. benefit of medical aid. ..Curing |Ihe Ias 1 lil you gel it into:the shortest space jiosi'
WM McKE
A. Z1E. 2') d-z boxes Fancy Toilet Soap ; Welt, Mary came to the office and J ex* few days his.pulse ha-; pradually declined in be.! 6. .p y the Postage..f .

iVylic & McKcnzie H. R. WOOD. P. \v. C,1LLEN. 150 lb. Treraont Starch; plaint: to her the n.ses. of the various implements .: strenuib;and .othf.rmarked.i'ymilQhiC: pre .

COM flSSOri. MERCHANTS. Wood & Co., $-) kegs" No. 1 White Lead] of the black art-the, press and sage aa ajiproachins di. olutibu. TRUTH.-The study) of truth is ?f rpelually .
,
No.42W.teistreet* AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION. 10 Paris Green : 10 do Chrome; ihe- >oller-the.ink and the stands and the joined. wfih' the love of vinn : for (

ct! 1, JSI .A. hico1a '. MERCHANTS, ..tOO 10...warred Chrome Paint Yellow Brushes; &c. feb2S boxes i nf. !the A. ..B. G'R. I took an opppr' L It is said that the ladies are ahont bold there is no,virtue which tInvrsnot. it*;orjiginalfr "

l .kb Myers,. No...32.! Water street, -- .. 9.. ..- {u.nity to.snatih; ,her pretty hily.w hisehanl. I, inc a"roetuigr>fti'rf niousiraip against Sena- ( mtrntlf; a), 'nnthec.nutray. thneis'uo

l'D'CTJONEER. AND COMMISSION NOT. J,'1SW. ApaUehleola.; Fa.. Canvassed ,Hams- ; and she drew, it hack, koockiug a .stick full I tor Allrn being alled 'Petticoat Allen.- 'yic which has not its'beginning in t

MERCHANT. Liberal advvwesuade on ronsi nment*. 5: CASKS Canvassed Hams. f"> sale by 6f matter into pi! .:': For 'i he honor! .of their sex, they protest lire Truth is the'foundation'of all koowl '.

4.1".l,1SL5.No.. 86,, Water *tre t. The strictest attention'paid to Sales.out Doors. WOOD,& CO, '. ."I must have a kiss for that, my pretty asaiust any :altcropt to ,_03ako.a,woman. -o. edge, and the cement of all'socitifs. ". ....

Ai1&ciko&r4. Sales at Store every,Saturday: March 7 '32 Wat r.t. one," Bald .I, and,at it. I went..<. .I.maD3ged, him : '":,i ,". .. ., [Ca.n. !c-. ) P'f .

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[From the New Orleans PiCdyu] bibeaiance of a great nation bring Cross to i j COMMERCIAL !DVER'l'ISEn.AP.AIJ.cmcoLA WHOLESOME ADVICE.-The New Orleans of the city fathers formerly, about the time some repulsed;; I-, o-u.r army sleeping on the ,:;:-

THE MEXICAN WAR. life or wake tho dead but lately slain upon I _. Courier says: ** 'War actually tlil to-=and ,of the honorable, members'of Council did make battle, on which next day were roajff'r
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ow that hostilities have actually begun the Rio Grande. f u f IMLMT-' J 'I "- 'within the United States and under money, and for aught I know, grew rich. Why Mexicans dead, 'seven: pieces of An !

lint blood has: been t'pillecl-that the United It ts: fully understood that ,the Mexicans SATURDAY, MAY"23Th ,:1S46!) persons .: continue his communications, intimating.that'the stores,. &c. Maj. Ringgold died L1'
:Slate) has been iuaded-that have been sustained the i the American flag will act,.wisely in conforming from wounds
: territory intheirhostihity to ccr following gentlemen are authorized Council are villains: of the darkest hue? He say, quently in this action '
ihe Mexican have invested an American United States by foreigners. So after all it themselves to the' new circumstance Of the second battle we
Agents for the COJDIEUCIAI.: ADVERTISER,and will.receive although not paid functionaries, bnt there can only ti,
yet arc
army upon our own soil', and the 'fir:: t blow is not quite so magnanimous to be so cool .in which i they find themselves. We following particulars from the Pica?. "
and I and_receipt_ for subscriptions, or advertisements many ways of killing a cat, &c., so the office of ,
Las been stricken by the enemy we trust to comfortable under insult as might be know _that there are emissaries amongst us The U. S. Steamer Cot. Harnaj

bear no more prating about magnanimity- supposed, even if our soil were not inva- :- .I Councilman 'may be made to assimulafe with this morning just as our paper .
Street tcJio in Icith the ,
MESSES. aj
MASON & ,
no mure homilies upon the virtue of for- ded. But we will give a trauslation of a New York. TUTI'LE,33illiam are correspondence enemy money by other means than daily or quarterlypay to press, from Brazos St. lago, bai !

bearance towards a vaunting and imbecilefoe. Proclamation which Ampudia has found DAVID BfeAvo, Esq., New Orleans. To these.men we say, what you could have together with many other similar insinuations on tbe 13th inst. Her news is ghftil

There is no problem in mathematics the means of distributing in the American WM. \V. CHEEVER, Eq., Albany, Ga. done with impunity last, week may be trea- running in the same slough, without a SIn. our arms.
more absolutely! demonstrable thau the impossibility camp, by of letting our readers into JAMES II. WILSON, Esq., Fort Gaines, Ga. She brings official
way
Major JACK HARDMAN: Eufaula, Ala. son to-day, and lead to deplorable conse- gle direct charge of corruption. If he had adhered accounts of a it -
of having a good understandingwith the secret service of the war now waging: quences. Forget not that there are watch to his original proposition to point out the battle between the Mexican and Ab
Mexico before giving her a sound The Commander.ill-C/iiefnf the Mexican Army THE MEXICAN Alt. forces, which took place on the 91"-
evils oT the Charter his
drubbing. A foray upon her border, a descent to the English and Ii-ish under the order The President's Message, received by ful eyes upon you, and if you pass one inch City ignorant, afflicted, meucing at half-past'3 o'cloak, P. )i""!:.,.

upou one of the frontier provinceswith of the American Central Taylor: relations over the line of die law, the best thing for neighbors: might understand them; he has said in three miles of Camp Taylor Tb; "
the last mail the state of our
Inconsiderable advantages, such as the KNXUV YE: That the Government of the United on you to do is to say your prayers." nothing (bat has shed any new light on the sub tion was upon tile edge of a mine, '",
al4
razing Matamoros or the capture of any States is: committing repeated acts of barbarous with Mexico and the action of the Houseof ._ ject, nor probably cannot. His object seems to mile from tbe chaparral which ..

small tinny, will not answer. The occasion aggression against the magnanimous Mexican Representatives; upon il, is in effect a (::7* Hon. T. BUTLER Ktsu" has been have been in part to make display of bra talents* about 12 miles in width. wa1'

requires a substantial and energetic inva- nation ; that the Government which exists declaration. war with that power. By the unanimously nominated by the Whigs of he prides him.' lf on his learning and leisure; The Mexicans! commenced die ,

eion of the richest :and most populous dis Under designation! the flag of Christian.of the stars"Recollect unworthy that of you the reception of this news conjoined with the i the first Congressional District of Georgia, puts himself on his dignity; quotes the Maragna i with their artillery,which was posted *
tricts. National ch-mcier; demands that the
were born in Great Britain ; that the American similar declarations of high Mexican offi. : as a candidate for re-election to Congress.The languge; and for (fear that his ignorant fellow sweep narrow pass by which GeoT Ta t
the scath of battle be l felt near the vitals: of Government looks lorwas advancing, there being a
with coldness upon the powerful citizens do not understand it, kind soul, he swamp
received goeson
\ and the intelligence through *
Mexico.When. cers i either hand. Gen.
flag of St. George, and ;is provoking to a rup- Taylor immediate),
: The longest street in the world withthe to it for their edification. In the
interpret
Americans speak of the imbecilityof ture the wailike people to whom it belongs, Pre- different channels since our last t publication, I dered a charge in the teeth of the tnell J'

they should first look at home, sident Polk boldly manifesting a desire to take itvill.. be seen that the difficulties whichen'ir exception of two in London is Fronttreet same paragraph he admits that he formerly had i destructive fire, and the troops pronjitf!

anti! see if the term does not befit other possession of Oregon, as: he has already done of tin? relations between the two countries Cincinnati ; it.is seven mile in length, been driven from a similar attempt at municipal responded, and carried the enemy's gnia

mouth Let! us examine this matter and Texas. Now, then, come with all confidence to n and is closely built the whole distance. reform by some laborer, who wielded the hod the point of ihe bayonet. *
And if it becomes the Mexican ranks, and I guarantee to you, upon admit of no other termination than So sudden and
out us to reproach that I by day and the pen by night,"and prevented him impetuous was the
uation with lack of : my honor, good treatment, and that all your expenses such follows the fortune of war. Doth and successful that 11bct.
: a spirit or deficiency in shall be defrayed 'Until your arrival in the as CHINESE EMIGRANTS.A missionary for a time from discussing his contemplated re- so Arista had notifaJ

rowess. beutiful capital of Mexico. nations are irretrievably committed to this writing from China to Dr. Cone of New to save his papers, which with all hiseotS

Since the accomplishment of the Texas Germans, French, Poles, and individuals of dernier resort. The comparative unanimityof York, says :_" It is not unreasonable to form.The subscriber begs! leave to decline wielding pondence fell into the hands of Geller4.
revolution Mexico has made the perfidy of other nations Separate yourselves from the Tavlor.
the Unitad Slates: a theme of constant and Yankees, and do not contribute to defend a robbery the proceedings in Congress, providingfor anticipate that an emigration from China to the hod," or in any way to continue subject void The action lasted one hour and a batt

bitter denunciation. This language!: sire and usurpation which. be assured, the civilized this state of things, is such as is justified America will yet take place, equal to, if not of interest to the public in general. If he is wbich time 600 Mexicans were eiahe1liIrd_

Its been careful to bring to our knowledge.Sh'e nations: of Europe look upon with the utmost by the occasion ; but considering the differ- greater, than any that has yet been known anxious to find another champion to **wield the or wounded and the Americans look to:

Ir.is thrust it into the ears of our Minis. .. indignation.; under tri-colored Come, therefore flap,,and in the array confidence yourselves ence of sentiment prevailing among distinguished from Europe. I venture to predict, that hod!," or throw dirt, I am not his nun, but will prisoners and eight pieces! artillery.. n.
ICU, bellowed it in the hearing of f the civil- Amnerican loss in this action
: I take the if he has reform was bOh
that the God of Armies protects it, and that it men! as to the piopriety or policy he population of the Pacific States will be liberty to say any to 1lJ.
ized world, and siiuhhpd, the United States ( two, killed and wounded.
will with the I for one, and no doubt other, ,
protect yon equally English. propose many
of under circumstances it excitedas
Secretary of Stale t and even the President, PEDRO DE AMFUDJA. war, any composed in no small measure of Chinese.A Among the killed were Col. rcI
would be pleased] to see il, adapted to the mindsof
himself, with ;galling repetition of h. '['n FRANCISCO MORENO\ mul-h surprize as gratification. Indeed, channel once opened, vast numbers of Lieut. Cochran Col. Browning (by tbe i:_

this the reply has: been "shei i is a weak and Adjt. of the Commander-in-Chief. the first news of the invasion of the soil we hat over-populated country will wend their our ignorant citizens, divstcd of all in inua- of a shell) Lieut. Eng, and one or ,

vain>gloriou* people and ought to be allowed Head Quarters,upon the R(1od.to .Matamoros, > claim, appears f to have roused the nation. thither." ions, and confined to facts. CITIZEN. others, whose! names are not given. Col?
to talk." Our countrymen settled April 2, 1S16. 5 way -- Payne, Lieuts. Gate Burbank Hooe
to repel the and From the N. O. Com. Times, May 16.J Ltlirr *
as one man indignity ,
down in the opinion that it was. magnanimous This exhibits the machinations at the ; and others were wonnded.
(O7D By the report of the 1st of May, it LATE FROM THE SEAT OF WAR.
to permit her to rail nnd fin her offensive bottom of the present enterprise.' The acc rding to our latest:: accounts, amply has We regret to say that Major RiDtI

tiradt-s have been requited with most !Mexican fort of San Juan de Ulua is filled the national honor already, been vindicated.The appears that the Treasury Notes outstand- Most Inlpo'tant I who was so severely wounded] in the actioi

admired inllifr ..pne.: She cuntinncd her with foreign engineers! and the army now glorious results of the conflicts be- lug at that date, were 593,114. 38. ./' "'.',from t'lf Seat of JVar-Return of Gem of ihe 8th died on the 10th inst. and 1r1I

denunciation' against us! hut l hy way of relieving this side of the Rio Grande: is accompaniedby Taylor to his camp,from Point fcabef Combat buried next day with the honors of-n ,
tween the troops of the two nations shows, The into with the Mexicans; on the
the
t.r.r" receipts Treasury for 1VayPal.ticu.Iura -
them of the monotony of mere log French, English and! other artillerymen. not Ascertained. The total loss of the Mexicans in t .
omachy, made most murderous forays upon An army altogether formidable; ) enough to as was fully anticipated, the utter inability "he quarter ending on the 31st ef March yet actions of tilt 8th and 9ih was alleas\; 2CO.

Texas in which hhe occasionally picked up excite the spunk and exercise the military of the Mexicans to stand before our forces, were 87.808,870. The expenditures 84- By the arrival last: night' of the United. The Mexican force amounted loatJeat
States schooner Lieut.
United Sites citizens travelling in that abilities of is great n people as popular orators even with a wide disparity i of number in 483,897 00. Flirt A. SINCLAIR, 6.000 men. while that of the Americaosei
which left Brazos the
country upon private business and under. describe us to be, awaits us. Mark Santiago on 8ih inst. the ground did not exceed 1600 men. j
their favor. While we rejoice in these results The amount on deposite on the 27th ult. ([two days later: than the. <"tWark..) we
the sanction of formal of the this.
a recognition And since the war has begun, let it An exchange of prisoners took pineal,*.
their Government. The he as alike gratifying to the national to the credit of the Treasury $13,000- have learned that Gen. Taylor set out horn
Republic by own pushed forward with vigor. A tiny, Lilliputian was tween t the two armies subsequent to the action .
United States: : Government\ one time gathered affair will but tarnish our arms.- pride, and is the surest means abridging >98 72. Point Isabel, nn his return to the entrenched by which Capt Thornton and Hariri

spirit to protest against those barbarous '1\) end I the campaign as becomes the honor the calamities: of war we would venture the I camp, opposite Matamow on the 7th and Lien Kane had been returned tomb

onslaughts; hut Kocanegra, the Mexican and dignity of the Republic an American of [For the Commercial Advertiser.MR. nst., at 4 o'clock P. Ji., with about two army. Lieut. Peas was not demanded! and
Minister of Foreign Affairs answered General should dictate the terms of peacein suggestion, asa! measure policy and mag- EDITOR :- thousand men escorting: a large: supply ofirovisions. still remain* n prisoner. Among the

11r.Vehlitrr in a strain of such insolence the city of Mexico. nanimify to a weaker foe, that the languageof I Time jogs on. The political elements are discordant TliK'VVMeft port) at the same oners taken by Gen. Taylor wa GeD. p

and defiance) that the American Secretary exultation should be indulged in with and occasionally portend evil. Our own hour. and, during! the evening, a brisk cannonade For hun two American officers were offsrH

replied in a long: despatch which was regarded T.x.\s.-As the subject of the public moderation. No one can doubt the inflexible little city is not exempt from strifes, thtt: agitateand wns heard sreminclv sit a distance in exchrnge. hut it was declined togiTrbfnup i
of about eight nine miles from Point Isaicl.
by amateurs in diplomatic correspondence hnds in this State begins to attract some attention or save :n exchange for an American officer
determination of our citizens to standby sometimes aleniate men, who, were the better which continued until she fir
admirable in republish the was Too of
as an composition we following state equal rank. whenever one shouldhtaken.
English. This, i is all we did. ment, which exhibits how vast the amount their country at all hazards ;-none can feelings of the heart uppermost, would be on her way to hear more. In the course of .

doubt) march if sociable and friend Our City Charier is now the night, the Flirt fell in with Commodoie
It is scarcely necessary to review the passages : reasonably our ability to Gen. Veja and two Mexican Lientenanl

that have taken place between the two isSuperficial extent of Texas, 397,319!) : !) sq. milesa necessary or desirable, from one extremeof the subject of agitation. We are so progressivein Conner's squadron. consisting of the Cumberland were sent over by Gen Taylor! on Get

Governments since the Annexation of Texas comprised within the or Mexico another. Mexico least principle, that, like the people of New York, (flag-ship.) Raritan, Potomac, John Haruay as prisoners of war. Gen Vejat*
to at Adams
and Somers.
became a matter of public consideration. limmits defined by statuteof our constitution must be changed to meet the allowed to bp accompanied by ODe ofb
First Texian Congress is well aware oldIe indomitable and These vessels were then on their to
The circumstances arc too recent to have courage spirit of the way lids a Lieut. Colonel, as a friend.
page 133,. .. .. . 234,05-1,160 acres of and age. Brazos Santiago to afford( assistance to Gen.
been f forgotten, and humili-i- enterprise our people but The Mexican
are quite too Total amount of land i issued ; nothing My motto is-H Let well alone." Select good army was so confidant rf
'ling to be dwelt upon unnecessarily. Insultin I the mortified other which Taylor the Commodore having: heard at victory that every had ben
,
or
vanity passions, preparation
., by (he various boards: of men for the city government-pay our debts- Vera Cruz that hostilities had commenced.
every form of language bus; been heaped made to celebrate it ; but all their
.
land Commissioners .. prepare
43,543,070 an undue indulgence in our pride
excite and 'to
may apply our energies improve advantages, The Flirt was directed to Brazos Santiago
upon ITS. Our publ.u Ministers have been Total amount recommended, ions f.1 into the hands of the American
robbed by banditti, in all probability set from the above, as good) and cnn lead them to a distrust in their in a business way, that our position has given us. with the squadron for the purpose of taking Ir flight many of the Mexican loot

upon them by Mexican officials. All intercourse lawful claims by the Commissioners efficiency. We have an act ofuational justice Some of these advantages, in my opinion, have important despatches to New Orleans, to the river and were drowned in their at-

was peremptorily suspended betweenthe appointed to detect to. exact from her, which she may: bespt"edily i been entirely overlooked, or if thought of", not which Commodore Conner was desirous of tempts' lo swim it.
two countries and when the United Fraudulent Certificates,.19,212,206 "pndin She remained at Brazos until 1 Gen. Taylor reached his the afternoon
; induced acted upon. For instance, the Lumber Business; camp
force
to to but
State sent a Plenipotentiary there to renew Total amount issued by the Department yield our o'clock .\. si., the next day, when she finally of the action. Leaving there la
which is
of war, as bounty would deny to our taunts and menaces.- i most important, and our position for : set sail hither with the despatches.The .-
intercourse be refused whole force be started the '
friendly was next
recognition and donation claims. ..6,300,000 success in that business! is unsurpassed in the morin:
noise continued be heard
The artillery to
and packed home with affected cour- Total of Land language of insult and vituperation Point Isabel, anti arrived there tbe enniD
amojmt Scrip United States. he, whole morning of the 8th and as it
tesy, notwithstanding the mission was got sold by the Government of are more calculated to rouse than to pros of the 10th without molestation. T
The forests on our rivers inexhaustible and became less distinct, it was belie.ccl -
up upon an express understanding: between the Republic of Texas.. . .368,787 .c trate the spirit of the most abject and inferior are gradually morning of the llth he started back h
the parties. In all these transactions Mexico Total amount of legal claimsto afford almost every variety of timber. Locationsare that the Mexicans were retreating before camp opposite Matamoros. Ve need

has been the assailant, the United States lands: issned by the author- foe ; and it may be found that Mexico favorable in the upper part of the city (for the American army. During the eve say: that he and his army are in the hi'hntipirits.

the sufferer. The viler the epithets and ities of Texas,. . . .SSO.OOl with her national feelings thoroughly roused Saw Mills. Turtle Harbor is a secure place for ning the noise was heard by the Flirt at .

the more humiliating the insults of Mexico, : Total amount issued by various may draw forth resources, show a sensitiveness thousands of logs. Steam mills can be erectedat I sea, and after dark, signs of a conflagrationwere The Steamer Dallas took off from I ih
the sublimer the magnanimity of the United Boards of Land Commissioner twice observed, in the direction of place(Montgomery) night.ibe .PT8-(
and supposed to be fraudulent to honor, and exhibit a prowess, that from two to six thousand dollars, to saw from

Matamoros. The first it was conjecturedarose "
States In fact the lala Vanguards 71)
expanded. country .. .. .. .. .. 2-1,331,761 Cc may add immeasurably to the, difficulty of four to twenty thousand: feet of lumber per day. from the burning Barrita, a townon numbering hardyMlows
is bursting with the bigness of its own dig- of land issued ; the Selma tvill take ibi 'Bhie"t!*
Total amount
city. the authorities of Mexico,by a obtaining our just right from her. The question may be asked, where are we to the right bank of the Rio Grande which day about 80 ; and to-mornfw the '*Rifli

True, we have: had ships of war at Sacri- portion of which is supposedto get a market for all this lumber? I answer, the (Gen. Taylor had announced his attentionto ibuot the same number will leave for .Mo

ficios: and an army at the mouth of the Nue- be invalid._. .. . .. .22,050,000.. u REQUISITION' ON TU}: GOVERNOR.: OF World. The Northern, English and French markets destroy ; the second it i k supposed. was bile. Montgomery will have sent 'Bai

ces but not a blow has been struck to resent Total amount of public domain FLORIDA.-We learn by the Tallahassee: are known to be good, and freights are readily occasioned by the destruction of :Matamo lon when all these have got off.

insult. Our army has been ordered subject to location, and un- Sentinel, that Com. Latimer, commandant obtained t to some extent in almost all cotton load- ros. Major Brown had tried to set tire with
8urve 'ed. .. .. . .. .161,991,403! red hot shot the first attack on his ,
the Rio Grande-but what to do ? The at the Navy Yard in Pensacola, has madea ed ships at fair rates. The West Indies and New on camp [[From the New Orleans Cora. Times, Maj.h&:
Mexicans have taken it AS a part of our [Baltimore American. but had not entirely succeeded ; the next MEXICO.
mag- requisition upon Governor Mosely for Orleans are at our doors, from which we make
nanimous policy to send troops to a point MARRIAGE OF AMERICAN MINISTER attempt was probably successful. The Sardinian brig Proridincia
THE two companies, to assist in the considerable importations, for which we pay cash, Gnn. in when he
more convenient for them to surround and AT TURIN.-The Hon. Robert Wickliffe :garrisoning: Taylor was high spirits here yesterday from Vera Cruz, which tin
have surrounded them. fortifications at that and vessels in the trade only get return freights.No left: Point Isabel, confident in his ability to
they They have jr., Charge d' Affaires of the United Statesat place. she left on the 411 inst. Lieuls. NolaDda
crossed: the line iu force-now skirt the Turin, was married on the 7th of April difficulty will be found for a market if the force a passage to the camp. Officers and Middleton. U. N., came passenger?*!

camp pick off detachments and murder to Miss Josephine Van Houton, of Rotterdam GEtf. WORTH.-The Charleston: Courier business is actively gone into, and the result men partook of his enthusiasm. Gen. Taylor her. The United States, squadron,

single individuals who venture beyond the -a lady of rank and fortune. The of the 13ih inst., after announcing the passage would be, activity in our streets-improvement stated to one of the officers of the Flirl.t jug of the JRaritan, Falnwuth St.c0'

fortifications. Taking; this homely, matter- marriage was celebrated in the chapel of the of GEN. WORTH through that city on to our property. The mechanic wouid be encouraged t that he did not believe the Mexicans had And John Adams was off the port. T5*

of-fact view of the past, which of the two Prussian embassy, at Turin, by the Rev. his return to the Army, says :-" It is stated to exert his skill; the labourer to sing more than eight or ten thousand men on Proridecia brought full files ofpapsn&sJ
both sides of the river.
countries has the better right to charge the !Mr. Bert, pastor: of the Protestant Legation.In that when the news of the his cheerful song, and we should steadily advancein Vera Cruz, up to the date of sailingwl
battle reached: No further news had been received from
other with ? l
pusill.ufunity from the 23ih
the evening lIr.V.. entertained ihe wealth and city of Mexico. to the
We are speaking now of historical facts. bride and a distinguished parry at dinner. Washington, Gen. WORTH immediately prosperity Maj. Brown since the departure of the By she kindness of a gentleman of ibis city
Since the disintegration of Texas. what have called the of Another subject, which baa: been sometime New York. The camp, with 500 men according ,!
: The a<:t of marriage was attested by the on Secretary War, and inquired we have been favored with a perusal
,, been the comparative successes of the Mex- : chevalier Biscarra for the bride, and by Mr. whether any action had been taken on his agitated, I hope now to see carried out. The to Gen. Taylor, was capable of resisting them and we cull, for the informaiioa:
\ icin and American races The Texans' Road from this place to Quincy. It is now in the whole Mexican force beIng
G. J. Crufis of Charleston: S. C., for tbe and our readers, the following paragraphs:
hue crossed the Rio Grande twice ; once bridegroom. resignation, on receiving a reply in the the hands of our energetic Board of Road Commissioners strongly fortified. Commodore Conner of- SANTA ANNA AND His SLCItETAIT.4Tiempo

as allies of a Northern revolutionary movement negative he instantly withdrew it, and announced and we have reason to expect that' fered. on arriving. at Brazos, to land 1600or of the 27th nit., stales that Sr*

and anoth'er time as invaeJtrs.Vhat RECIPE his desire to ret urn to the 2000 seamen and marines, if they were Don F. Lerdo the of !
FOR PREPARING:: FIGS.-A correspondent camp every thing will be done by them that is: in their Secretary GeD.A

was the result of those expeditions ? The of the Savannah Republicangives which was readily accorded, and he received power to do, and it is to be hoped that our citizens required. monte, had been arrested CruJ"
first was wast"] by t treachery, the second The St. Iarys was soon expected to JuaodeD
the following mode of preparing and confined in the castle of San
instructions to proceed foiihwith. The will second their efforts( with the means to
the Brazos.
utterly cut to pieces. The Santa: Fe expedition boxing Figs. He that Figs cured in join squadron at in of having been (
consequence og
I papers
says
question of Brevet rink: is left have this road completed early next year. I Thornton alive and
unsettled
-a third expedition-ciossed the ibis way are equal to the imported article : Capt was a prisonerat in his possession, which reveal the o
and Gen. W. would suggest that the road be run to some point Matamoros. He had written to the .
Rio Grande signified his intention camp.A
as prisoners. Gather the figs with the stems to them, before not to cause of his return from the Havana ttj
Texas however has dono better than that where the ferriage would be shortest and least expensive steamer probably the Augusta was entering best i
they are fully ripe. have a syrup prepared agitate point until after the close of the promising him to that degree, that |
the United! Stales. That repub'ic, whilst of either while or brown sugar, and. Mexican campaign, when he would even should the distance be greater and Brazos, with troops, when the Flirt be forthwith tried crirrtinally. He waS, '.
: swaddling: clothes made battle, whilst while in again to complete it left. "The latter also met the James L. Day. the 14th the eiJj''
yc boiling, put your figs and let them his former require more money as steam or of April forwarded to
the United States, full grown robustious remain till they are flat, which will be in a occupy ground in that matter"O:7p I horse boat ferrys are expensive in the outlay at and the Telegraph on the 12th inst. 200 Mexico, strictly guarded. Becanjfjf i

and plethoric to obesity, makes: overtures few minutes ; take them out. put them on : The Charleston Courier relates the first nnd to keep repair afterward. The object miles to Westward of th* Balize.It the Havana, doubtless, on a jnissioa(
or tries lo, so we will take the will for the dish and was stated on good authoritythat the Santa -
a or tray, place them in the sun; Anna and Almonte.
have
should be to people ccme direct to the
city
have following touching incident as: having occurred American Consul, and all the American
deed. The nearest we come to III a- after they have drained, place them 1n another MEXICAN WARFAU.-E
Point Isabel with their teams and produce, without transshipping citizens! of Matamoros. had: been sent to PLA .or
the Alexican at
the
IMS
king battle ; been to supply (ray, taking care to turn them; let on departure of of the 25th ultimo, fur
ammiinnion and at as little expense as possible. Soltaia, 130 miles inland. pectador .di i
forces with ;arms provi- them be turned and gently pressed down Gen. WORTH :- the .of warfare
from this of New Orleans. It I might have gone more into particulars The intrepid and enterprising! Walker reatprsvih system ;
lions twice Tw upon
port a day. or three days sunning is "When Gen. Worth left the American adopted by ihe Mexicans or
rmy be therefore *aitl of us that ift'e do sufficient to cure them. Before boxing Camp. Captain Thornton-between whom these subjects, but fearing that I might be tedious again left for the entrenched camp with 75 : the bf American It is lobe eWP

Hot fi.zht o-irselve-J, our seapurts at least furnish them, have some well-dried loaf-sugar sifted and Gen. W. an intimate friendship! existed I close by saying, action, united and well men an hour and a half after his arrival at little, procrastinating army. Si0g1.

: the mean of fighting to (the enemy. upon them-box I hem,' a nel'' they are ready accompanied him to Point Isabel, and directed action, will do away with all the murmurings Point Isabel, with the intelligence that the citlya pucrra enpcquenlo.) The hrlss GonnliV 1'
made the
Mexicans had
attack which hat]
What fkiuiidaJiou can any one 'find for exultation for use. It is important thai they are not when about taking leave looked with an admiring of the industrious about-hard times, city adjured to abandon all idea '

in the events that have so lately allowed to stay too long in the. boiling syrupif eye at the Sabre of Gen. Worth, government, &.c., that we now hear so much of.PUBLIC. been so signally repulsed. battle, campaign fight orJiingaed ,
transpired ?-what justification( fur the con they do, they can uever be which he N,
properly well knew to be a valuable as wellas Since the above was in type, we have received the troops to a gcvrilla wa. The
tempt so continually expressed for Mexico? dried. an elegant one. Discovering the desireof 4 _ army "uuo be split info fragmentsOf 6 ,
what groundjor felicitating ourselves: upon Abundance of figs are raised in Florida, Captain '1t'J become the possessor of [For the Commercial Anvertiser. a slip from the Columbus Times, by 600 infantry and 200 cavalry, with I

our pU\Jer-anel prowess in this connection ? without any trouble. In fact. the only the weapon. General W. silently unboundit MESSRS. E'DI"rORIt1 perceive that your learn the arrival of the steamer: Boston last evening they are to inteicept convoys'to 1115 A .

Mexico has given every insult that has been trouble experienced with them, is in making from his body, nnd buckled it around the ed correspondent, Taxalus," has again written with the following important news. from can forces, cut off their commlDIC"!

passed, and stricken every blow that has use of them us fast as they ripen. Fig trees, form of the gallant and delighted dragoon. nearly two columns in your independent and the Seat of War :- hang upon their pick
been dealt. \% eak. as she may be, torn by when kept trimmed and their trunks whitewashed With this good falchion, wielded in noble! valuable and keep tanb. fstaJJi
what he is
paper, on pleased to term the th.m. unexpected
[From the 1\1 Journal Extra 19
internal dissensions she is. ongomC'ry. ,, May ]
as undoubtedly beautiful well for shade
: are as as confidence of strength and power; did he continual state of t alarm. 'Theyrwatch
,and straitened by pecuniary necessities as ornament. They are of rapid growth, and scatter his foes like a whirlwind proving to evils of' municipal government ; but in pointof BY EXPRESS FROM MOBILE. I .opportunities of 'making, a, it
.idconceded, nevertheless H bold enoughto The, fact is nothing more 'than thee lamentations 01 Latest from the Array--The ItZcx
commence bearing quite young. cutting his beloved officer and friend that he had descent on their hospitals and ni'&
bully the United_'.States,:and_ powerful if set out in the winter, will put out in entrusted his favorite sword to no unworthy an over-heated mind, mixed, with low insinuations leans Twice flouted lay waste the through. *J1ICh1

enough to invadeour. own SIIi!-besiege and April l or May, and will bear in t\vo'.years.' ha ds." I, against the City ,Council, and a spatter or By the Daily Picayune and an Extra are to pass, .and country in this manner .f r JI'. '

.but up in their entrenchments American I I We hope t the recipe above will be preserved, dirt on a former correspondent to yop! p.er on from the Mobile Advertiser of the 18th, ont whhont_ giving them an opponiU '

army upon Us own ,1 rntory. These' and practised u p0 n.-[Floridian. 03s:: A, Seminole, Chief is delivering Jec- the subject. we_ have news the substance of- which i is: striking single .tectiyt blow.'AU .

.notorious and mortifying facts should! be set tures on Christianity at Louisville, Ky. "Taxatus"in his first communication,signified contained in the following. this is very on_ pap'f. bt..tr.

to another'tune than the pens in which po- Q:7-: A very large, majority of .the. peope!! His name is Husti-Coluc-Chee.: hujntention! of pointing:out the evils of oUr municipal There have been two engagements between mistake"much the charRcler'of"el the d0'

jiticians sing. to the glory. of the. Stripes and Wisconsin having-declared in: favor of a -.- government ; how far he has succeeded, Gen.;_Taylor and the'Mexican Troopsthe merit Washington, once ( DYP't
:
.Stars. A self-suffjcieut. magnanimity is a State Government.. Wisconsin ,will'be' represented BLUE PILLS.-There is a machine at the is for "our citizensto determine.. :He doubt first occurring. the 8th inst., when this system being .actually: a qpe&' *
meagre protection! ag in..sJan.e ml which!. no Gen. Taylor was returning} from Point Jsa not, with its extensive.means at cor.
rivers harass Nor vill irr the'next session'of Congress by ;Navy'Yard, Washington, ? which,l ;will. manufacture : understands. .the financial part of the 'Council_ hel to his
: crosses, to nn army. } .' .:"z Camp! opposite !Matamoros. In assemble! .an army of sufficient p;
& tie mod eloquent declamation) upon the 'two Representatives. t 4OOOObuIlcrsperdicin. business, for !it is highly probable thai tie was on: this the Mexicans fronT5000; to 7,000; were t "marcb.1g tor to the ci'yof ,1\

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' de'iatio a line, and annihilate that Committee oo 'Military A flairs ofthV'Sen-J. Camp Street,. actually,::.bending; down i tutu the volunteers 'who, may..be received, into; To'te Citizens composing 3d -

f.poiogy for a Republic in a single ate thought it necessary to pass. Theiobjectioo !I iron palisade railing tbat surrounds the .the! service' of the United 'States by Virtue of Florida militia .a

'f is that the Bill is tantamount to'a Square ,over which it was thrown. Several "of the'provisions i of this act, who may be Frijjow CITIZENS !

cJ I1 TO ID.'vMicanOtrf the 28th ult., contains (formal Declaration ofVar, and will be followed -,1 of the smaller trees were prostrated! and "wounded otherwise disabled in service,' The undersigned recently elected to your command For Xew-Tor2c.

D rorresponJcnce from Matarooros, inCit by all its'.consequences; ,but'tbM, as a good deal similar, damage was dpnejn shall'be'entitled, to all the benefit which may would advise, immediate formation of THE BRIG LINE of New York Packt.hue

IO 01- stated that scarcely a day passes" Mexico has not declared war, it is only necessary :I different parts of tlie cityThe| storm lalted be ,conferred on persons wounded in the the coo.menced their regtrlw (the

**! 1 is desertions taking place to act on the defensive. i upwards of two hours. 's- service" of: the United States. .Company, composed of the citizens of Apalachicola season, and will hereafter b dispatched every .

.jbot numerous TMlor's army. The, latter is Those who held this opinion the Senate a [N. O. Coin. Times ISlIi inst. b'ec. 8.. And be it further enaded, That who shall be prepared and in readiness Monday :follows:

(routtd Gen. as being well equipped, but the were in a minority-the vote upon every the Presidenforthe United States be and he during. the summer, to protect and defend the Brigs. Captains. Tonagt. 2 of tailing
amendment The THE WAR PROCLAMATION ISSUED BY i is authorized forthwith to ? the P*, el. Smith ,31a;4 1S. T..iJiJ-7
rtP it is learned from the deserters, being 20 to 25. minority hereby completeall city against depredatory inurion9.dsrins Anjrews 3 U
Ii Ie rIt as blows with their consisted of aJtJl\Ir. Cal- THE PRESIDENT. the public armed vessels now authorized Clnton. ? H. 2Z Aq. a
IO* 'desire to come to 'eihteenVhigs, rontinuence of hostilities in the G_ If. A requisition A'gust4, Sherwo 13. I 29, .
bare Toe Mexicans, on the contrary. houn and Mr. M'Dnffie. --- by law, and to purchase ,charter arm. ha been made upon the Governor of Flor. S4vnnah. Hawley ,3.3 .2.July 6. Jf
en1eS. and Mr. Calhoun than and man such merchant Vessels and Euc. Johnson, "
to be full| of enthusiasm protested more once equip ida (or two of men to garrison and U, 2-
ire Jt>tf. 1 led againsr the invaders.el' and) very emphatically, against hurrying steamboats: as upon examination may be companies Hoey, S14.. u 8, 20J 11I

be jealously hall l been excited ia the through) so momentous a measure, without found fit oreasMy converted into armed vessels protect the fortifications at Pen3acola How Thew vessels are all of he frt class! havir

Sj t'of few eminent iMexicans. regardl deliberation or even rrjerence to a Committee fit for the public service, and in such much more important it is to have some organ* I very window large and comracdictM ROOII.S, witi
the Bill < S Y-.N number he deem for the ized force at thL? point where an amount outside to admit a tree circulation of
mID ippoiotmenl of Ari&ta to the com- ; and he was opposed to in its as may necessary s large air, and are commanded
i IU l e the army of the North, operating present form, with or withoat tbe preamble. E "1.A protection of the sea-board. lake const, and of property is deposited and where 'no defences in the trade ty men 0 lane experience .
Dr spare no exertion
last GtD. Taylor' over the head of Ampudi The debate; was very animated, and con- By the President of the United States cf the general defence of the country. exist a the entrance to our harbor. render panger whoil ts possible. t
a
'| Bustamente had openly accused J Jof tinued seven hours. That actual war existed America Sec. 9. And be it further euacted. That, Independantly of the existing War, the position i- ThlYTi sail punctually. a advertised, taf

I'. "connivance with t the 1 T t'xaus.-i and was intended by Mexico, was strong whenever the militia or volunteers are called of the country in her foreign relations, in in cae towed to sea by steam to avoid tnr'
A CXA3IATION.
.AristI warmly defends him from ly argued ; and that to stand simply on the and received into the service of the United detention jQ=the rirer. Berths can be secured br--
WHEREAS of the United other admonishes that the Citizen
the Congress regards, 03
The--lutation of such treason. defensive, without striking a blow at the antagonist States, under the provisions of this act, applying to .
States, by virtue of the constitutional l authority Soldiery-our main arm of defence-should be J. WASHBURN
%': OF P.EADEs.-9n the was considered as absurd. they shall have the organization of the army & WILDER.

,OCLUIATION tbe President ad interim pub. The only amendments that were made, related vested in them, have declared by of the United States, and shall have the properly organized and ready, at a moment' 114 BaY. street;
their Act date this day, that, by Savannah, April 23 18-16.
,
3dofAlril.
bearing and allowances follows their utmost and j8t
to
addressed to the to unimportant details. same pay except as warning, develop strength

I rbd&a nation.proclamation.a In this document he Ira- The Senate. finally, passed the Bill-yeas the of war act exists of the between Republic that of Mexico, a state and to wit: Privates of infantry artillery and efficiency. I is time now-"the hearts cf the For Boston.
government
i..nreessiw advance of the AmericanCMl 40. nays 2. The negatives were Mr. DJivis, the Unitend States." riflemen, shall receive ten dollars permontb, people should b prepared for war," and all the THE fine brig PLEL1DES Carter

under General: Taylor from Corpus of Mass and Thomas Clayton, of Dela Now, therefoie, I, JAMES K. POLK, and privates of volunteer mounted corpsteny available military strength of the country be in aster, will meet with dispatch.* For

itin rVi y to Point Isabel, and the camp pJl ware. Mr. Calhoun refused to vote. aud President of the United States of America dollars per month for their services readiness: to cope with any impending iSue. passage only, apply to
:! This step he decla.esiVn Mr. Mangum voted under strong protest. and the use and risk of their horses. l\ldY Y. D. B. WOOD & Co.
do hereby proclaim the same to all whom The citizen" cf our sister States all aroud us are .

po orert act of war ou the part of the The House had taken a recess from four it may concern ; and I do specially enjoin on CROPS.-In Gadsden County we learn animated with a proper enthusiasm-the military H. E. Owens, .
been under the receive the Bill with
he has till to
and half-past seven
?
!t'giied States. all persons holding offices, civil or military, that the growing cotton doss not appear so ardour pervades our whole southern frontier- ATTORNEY AT LAW,
GeneralBec"s the
orders to the the Senate amendments so great was
\ of ei'ins under the authority of the United States, flourishing as usual. A good "stand," (as CLAYTON, Harbour
County Alabama.
.J' of the I North, to anxiety to : the Bill to-ji ht-"tJ the and shall Florida-the youngest sister in the family .
the army puss that be and zealous in discharging it is had been obtained.
they vigilant called. April 29 1816.
) generally ,
CT liow'Vor blew I : I to visit on the I amendments were concurred by the Mouse of State?-be a laggart in war"? 2-tf
wu. the duties respectively Incident thereto Tobacco looks better. The weather bribe ..
hostilities which the and the Bill at once to the President The to organize and forma
those so
toericanawiy goes undersigned proposes
: ; bd I do moreover exhort all the good rmst\veek is considered highly fnvo.able. to Head Quarters l
latter "as the first lo c "nm iceIIe fur- for his signature- The necessary preparations people of the United States, as they love the plant. Less of it is cultivated than at Company, of not less than sixty men, to proceed 1ST BATTALION 3D RKGIJIE.NT F. M. ,

her states I bat the Mexican General ace:or- and orders, in expectation of the .their country, as they feel the wrongs which the last season. In this county very little to the Rio Grande to join the forces of Gen. NOTICE is hereby given that there will be

\. the established rules in such cases Bill. have; already engaged the attention of have forced on them the last resort of in- tobacco bas been planted. Cotton gener- Taylor, now engaged with the Mexicans on that I on Wednesday 3d June next

Summoned General Taylor to retire,to the Executive. juried nations, and! as they exert themselves ally is thriving, and a very large proportionof frontier. The General Government has already for Company Officers, 1st Batt.allon,3d Regiment, S S
the river Nueces, but the The first object will be to relieve Gen'ITaylor F.M. Beat No. 1,
bank of commencing at Cherry street. ">.1
the left in preserving order, \ih pipmoting concord, it is long staple. Out of Florida we see ordered the into service of fifty thou
mustering
The and the attack. and north and .,
was entirely dNrcganled. next to destroy running west, within the limits of .
the and the ;
in authority efficacy
injunction then appeals to the nations who and disperse. any body of Mexicans who maintaining no encouraging accounts of the cotton sand men. Volunteers are pressing into servicein Franklin county at the house of C. Binton,
President of the laws and in suppohingand invigorating The elsewhere have
crop. season seems .to the Battalions display under the inspection of A. L. Clements
relations with Mexico, and may he found collected near the Rio Grande. every State, and when and C.
commercial all tile measures which be adopted been for the health of the
have may altogether too wet Bvington. Beat No. 2
interested in the preservation of BI cklIle(! and reprisals will soon filIoVn on the plain of Mexico, Florida not be commencing at Cherry
hal
therefore I by the constituted authorities for obtaining young plant. This is the case in the greater street, running south to Centre street and west to
and shall hear of
hard alternativeJo both sides ,
for an excuse in the ; we probably a speedy a just, and an honorable part of Georgia, and throughout Mississippi represented there? the Bay, at the Apalachicola Exchange underI t
which Mexico finds herself placed.: by Mexican privateers, with English and Spanish peace. Alabama and Louisiana. Persons desirous joining them in this expedition I he inspection of Wm. Peck and John A.Witchel.

the inraiiinz PIicyof! the UII.IPU. States, i and even American officers and crews, In testimony whereof I have hereuntoset [Tallahassee Sentinel. will call and register their names to-day Beat No. 3, commencing Centre street,running .
wonM destroy her, if she did not now all over the ocean. south to the Promenade and west to the Bay at .
bich my hand, and caused the seal of at the offices of the undersigned.R. ,
energetically defend her threatened exisincel The House passed the Bill (from the Sen- the United States to be affixed I to MR. C. J. INGERsoLL.-\Ve had forgotten Colonel the house of Jos. Schjrotd, known as the Athae-
lie solemnly denies that he hns ate to raise a company of sappers, miners until the fact recalled .J. FLOYD, neurn, under the inspection of P. \V. Cullen and
the of to
these Done at city was our memory .
presents.
asaiusi the United States of and pontoniers. Mr. (iiddin s made ifthe W. H. HUGHES, Lt. Colonel. Arson Hancock,for the following officers at each .
declared war i[:L. Washington the thirteenth day of by Washington correspondent of beat
1
: Captain, 1 First Lieutenant and 1 Second
America the Mexican: Con2ress alone and basis of a speech ajjain; increaseng the May. on thousand: eight hundredand the New York Commercial ,that Mr. logersoll. Apalachicola, May 23, 1S-11. Lieutenant.

the Executive, being rinpowereil to re- army. and shooting deserters without trial. the famer of Mr. \Webster --
not: forty-six, and of the independence some Bv. Order of the Colonel.
jolveonsucha serious ineasme in reparation lIe ;declared that the President's Message of the United States the years ago, in a like spirit of wantonness, COMMERCIAL.REMARKS WM. H. HUGHES.

fur so many outrages. But he .!ijs. ;alleged :a gross f.tsehouIJ-that the Mexicans sec t'ntic tli. charged the late Chief Justice Marshall, Lt. Col. Com'dg 1st Battallion F. M.

the defence of tlif Mexican territory, invaceJ had invaded our tf'rrilurytlHIl Texas AMES K.: POLK. i, than whom a purer man never breathed, ON THE MARKET. Apalachicola May 22, 1S48. 213t.Runaway .
is m urgent necessity. hail no title to an inch of territory beyond .
American troops with been influenced in his
liy By the President. having corruptly influences no-
CorroN.-The same depressing Negro For Sale.
anel l he would nut shrink from the the Neuces he undertook to prove.
celebrated decision in favor of tlie constitutionality
JAMKS BUCHANAN, !in our last Saturday's report, have continued Wednesday 2Jth of Jure. 1646, I shall
From that day, then, (i the The war urmn Mexico will caUse the loss tied ON
of the Uniied States Bank
rwponsihility. Secretary of State. ( -a and the fur sale, at
shouldnot to operate daring the past week, transactions public outcry; at the
Instead of 54 40
defensive commences, of Oregon. we
the war
23'1 I April) charge which like those recently made Court House Council 1
-- --- in have been to a very limited ( Chamber) in the city of
au'l every portion of the Mexican: soil, in- Mtm get 49. THE WAR BILL OF COXGRESS. agains Mr. Webster, recoiled upon him consequence been AOllachicobolleEGRO MAN, about thifty
made have at
Tade-l bv the enemy, should: be ,fiercely dis- The Military Academy Bill was under The following is a correct copy of the who made it. His appetite for slauder; must extent The few sales decline year eld, sold as a runaway slave by virtue of :

paied.: After exp"itiatinn;; on the justice of cnnsiilemion for ome time, and the occasion Bill which passed the House of be insatiate. But henceforward, his poisoned very irregular prices, being from 4 to ic. an act passed by the Legislature of the Territory-

their Cause, he exhorts the Mexicans tn was taken advantage! of to introduce important: arrows will innocuous, from our previous quouton3. Yesterday one hit of Florida, approved Nov 21, IS28.

union in sentiment and concert in action the Mexican question in the course of the Representatives on Monday, by a vote of I: to himself. prove except of about 250 bales middlings sold at 6 cents, and JOHN LUCAS

declaring that the nation \\111 ri>k all, to debate.Mr. 174 to 14: I "The MAX recovered of the bite this at present may be considered a fair index of Sheriff Franklin County.. S

laft all." lit- invokes the recollections of Tibbatts of Ky., went into a replyto An act providing for the prosecution of : '."The DOG it was that died !MRichmond the market-holder* however,are unwilling to SIb May 23, 1946. S

the heroes of the war of independence, and speech made it) the Senate, yesterday, the existing war between the United States [ Whig. mit to these prices unless forced to sell. \Ve An Ordinance, ..

fiuoliei l Ity exclaiming, Mexicans will conqueror by Mr. Crittenden and went into an argument iljcllhe. Republic of Mexico." i omit quotations altogether. In Relation lo Slaves, &.C. ;

perish." to prove that the Rio Grande was tile Whereas, by the act of the Republic of THE BRITISH THANKSGIVING.A corre FREIGHTS -Our port is entirely bare chipping Section 1. Be it ordained by tne Mayor and 1

The following is a rich piece of gascon- boundary of Texas. .. Mexico a state of war exists between that; spondent of the Boston Courier furnishes as there is not a vessel unengaged. Council of the City of Apalachicola, That from f

aJe. Mejia; goes a step beyond the greatest Mr. Darrah. of Pa., approved highly ol Government and the United States : There the following as the form of prayer prescribed The tran3ctou in freights durhug the past week, a?,d House after the bell passage shall be of this ordinance nine the Market ..'

I'. rolies; bombast thai we have ever se..n : the Bill that had passed and he had been I by the Archbishop of Canterbury togive have been a ship for H.WP at 1 3-Sc.;. ; two for M. the rung at o'clock, P. .
from 1st ot October to the 1st of April F
Extract of a Despatch addressed to Prcsi, in favor of the annexation of Texas; but foreBe it enacted bylhc Senate and House of thanks for the recent victories in India, Liverpool,and one for a put cargo at 3-4d ; and and ten o'clock from the 1st ct April to the 1st of f

dtnt Ptiredts by Gen. Mrjiafron Matarfior&i. lie strongly contended, in :a favorable argument Representatives of the United States of America to be read in the national cliurchs on the one at a fraction les. A schooner is loading for October; and after the ringing of the bell,it shall

.-" It) orJrr to act with judgm !t. fiee thai the U. States had no title whatever in Congress assembled That, for the lath of April : Xew York at 3-4c. for a full cargo, which i U: the not be lawtul for any slave or free person of color f(

from the excitement, or rather the patriotic from any source, to a foot of territory purpose of enabling the Government of the O Lord we would thank thee for the only vessel loading coastwise.Our to leave or be absent from their residence in said

fire which stirred within me ;it the sight flf( west of the Nueces. lie disapproved ol 1 United States to prosecute said war to a crowning mercy vouchsafed our arms in stock of cotton unappropriated, must with city,without a yvritten pass from the owner, employer .

lIe I Star-spangled I Bander floating over the the course taken on the subject by the Ex- speedy and successful termination the President the recent victory over th heathen Sikhs, the arrivals to-day exceed 12.OObaIe.< "We qaote or guardian of auid slave or free person cf .

'waters of the Rio Grande. I allowed the f'cuti\'e-paniclIlarly in sending Gen. Taylor be, and he is heteby authorized to iu her Majesty's possessions in British India rates to color.Sec. Be it farther 5- S.
2.
first moments to pass without tc1 on.- into the Mexican territory. But he: employ the militia, naval and military forces ou which occasion some 12,000 of (life To Liverpool ......firm.....3-4d per lb. Marshal Patrol ordained slave That the City

Calmness having; resumed its seat, I reflected thought we ought to have declared war eiglil of the United Stales and to call for and enemy were sent to their account, for whichwe Havre _......',"........ ....1 3Sc. cr finding any or free person
.... ..........3-4c. of color at large without a pass after the ringing
that the river broad admit of Mexico, for the injuriesshe fear Bless New York .
was too to years ago against accept the services of any number of volunteers they were ill-prepared. thy of the bell, shall arrest said slave or free person' S S

the enemy:) being reached by our swords halr inflicted upon our citizens, in theii. not exceeding fifty thousand. who servant. the. ,Governor. ,General-enable him STATEIEXT. Last of color and confine him in the, city prison and [

aad bayonets, unquestionably _superior to person' and pro pert\' and as we were now may offer-- their- services- as cavalry, ;artuie- 10 enjoy' nis large salary ; t.oiess air'" nugn r'L COTTON- year. the o*ner or guardian of said slave or free person ".
ins snJ that cannonade would into w'ar, he hoped it would never and Sir Smith bless the of color shall be liable to said in the of
a only pru- going ry, infantry or riflemen, to serve six or Gough Harry ; Stock on hand 1st Sept. ..-I 3Ieeived city sum
dcce an useless! shedding of blood besides end, till not only the Rio Grand, but every twelve months after they shall have arrived British troops; bless the officers, particularly 1 past week. ....1,52. two dollars for the release of slid slave or free

l.IdlUilfltU' the city, whose buildings are not other question pending between the two at the place of rendezvous or to the end' of thseV ho are noblemen's sons; bless previous.y.......1O,792 person of color so imprisoned one half to go into

very strong. I therefore resolved on awaituIhe countries should' be settled. Thai seemsto the unless discharged. That the artillery particularly the horse artillery S Total..bales -10,23147493 the city treasury and one hull" to the Marshal;
war, sooner
d ... unless order rf the said: slave be
arrival of Gen. Amputlia, when, with be the general wish the sum of ten millions of dollars be and whose grape and canister made the Sutlej g.poH past prfvi9ly.WEtk.( ..... ...10,70. t released by or punished with Mayor cot less than may 10 nor S

oar united forces we inigth give a derisive Forty the same is hereby appropriated out of any run rerl with tbe blood of the heathen ; Total.... ... ... S6,25913094 more than 3u lashes.
\ or -
MOST TOR.Do.1'hirly
blow with the certainty that not a single I wrUL last money in the Treasury or to come into the bless the artillery men ; bless the drivers; Sec. 3. Be it furter ordained. That it shall not S
learned cleared
American would! escape [ have taken all Lives Lost.-We commercial evening firm of Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for bless the limbers; bless the light cavalry; On hand and on shipboard not 2] lawful for any slave or free person of color to '

dat precautions in strengthening t the works through respectable the of the 7th the purpose of carrying the provisions of bless the lancers ; bless the heavy artillery ; OF PROM APALACHICOL..tComuleactilg hire out his or her own time in said city,withoutthe .
hereand raising fortifications( so as to cover this city, that on evening this act into effect. bless the howitzers ; bless the congreve & PORTS COTON 1 5ald Sme owner guardian or agent of said slavejor( free

the .hule line. In the meanwhile, I hate inst. a tornado passed over Grenada-a Sec. 2. And le further enacted That rockets; bless the Shrapnel shells. Do not, time in 18". person of color i is a resident cf said city and then p

operated aaint the morale of the enemy, beautiful village in Vallabusna county, the militia, when called into service of the we pray thee, forget the poor Seapoys.- Past :'- iiiVHiTUEft only with the written permission of. said owner or 5
Miss. with a population of about 1500 inhabitants I \ guardiin, unde penalty of twenty dollars to be '
F.tPOITED.:
introducing discord between the two General United States by virtue of this act, or any Bless the surviving officers ; may they be week ousl.IT0T. season
of the children recovered of said and ,
C'tuwaiidittg! inspiring them mutually ; -while most were other act if in the opinion of the consoled for the loss of their deceased comrades LIverool.... ... ... 2131 .2649.1.39473. owner guardian- agent
with di foreych other. Worth the at school demolishing the churches and may the in for them .... ... .._..,\\.5t7...... ..3Q9''...21ntz. it shall not be lawful for any owner, guardian
more fitting '
States now a plnce
public :
sust academies and very many of the dwellings. President of the United ..... ..._ ... .........,... ..129Tnese. agent of any slave or free person of color to giveto -
only man of talent amongst them, has re- interest it be compelled to serve -by being promoted to their posts. Enlarge ... ... .. such slave free of color
The teacher of the male school, Mr. Sample requires ......_ .... .... ..... .... cr person general pass S
inc'l, and if he leave :1:5-1 believe he will, killed and of his pupils for a term not exceeding six months after their means of usefulness on many r JenOa .,.... ....... ........... ....... ..2-21 to go.at large in said city during the night, but
Tajlor alone remains in command, and as was many of their arrival at the place of rendezvou, in more such occasions as this late. Enable Other ports....... I,9 .U9 the said pas shall specify the particular place :

for him it would be no compliment, to ourCOUntrJtn have perish ell. Among the names those one year unless sooner discharged.Sec. them to extend the British dominion ovr Total to For. Ports. .:.S .222t9 .50114. where said slave or free person of color id allowed .
any
in him with the who have reached us as being identifiedwith enacted. That the and the remainder of Ash and .m42 to go, on penalty of five dollars for each and every
D, comparing and 3. And be it further Punjaub New york..... ...15t.25j9
most wretched Mexican tailor. 1 have also the dead was a promising lovely the said volunteers shall furnish their own China. Boston. ....,.._ ... .. .1211.2-1659- such offence. ''. .
boy. about 12 old the son of It. .... ..1.12 Sec. 4- Be it further ordained* That all ordinances
years Providence
encouraged desertion amongst the American clothes and, if cavalry their own horses ; Bless the only true church-} the Church .. '.891
Cofiman, of the firm of McRae & CotTman.of Philadelphia... .....r..492..440..932 .. or partsof ordinance,conflicting with tho- -
; troops and from the 26ih uhimo, no this another promising and manly. and when mustered into service, shall be England, as by law tabl.shed. Extend B.\lrimore... ..........1.2-94!..2494 ..1494 provisions of this ordinance, be and the same are .

werihan 2Gsuldiers and 4 slaves have i pas. city : old the of A. S. armed and equipped at the expense of the the blessed institution &f tithes over the New Oreans........ ..S30 hereby repealed. .- S
about 14 son .3I..2J.24
std over to us. In short, the.triumph of boy. years merchant of Grenada, United States. whole earth. Bless the bishops-enlarge 'Oherport ....... !:!: () .1607 Passed by Council, May 13..1S4G.
::
Ib e Mexican arms is past all doubt, either I Brown, an influential when the Sec. 4. And be it further enacted. That their salaries ; bless the English people-incline Toul Coa twise.......2 .532'I.5H( .80531 E C. ROBERTS, Major.War. .
his
with the reinforcements 1 expect or with who was here with family Mr. Robinson said volunteers, when called into actual their hearts to pay their tithes cheer TOTAL IE;.... ...... I"n. V ALL At, Cerk.! .

the force under my command. Should they news reached: Williamson this city yesterday.and Dr. Snyderalso service, and while remaining iherein, shall fully and wilHnglx blessthe I army ; bless the ____ -_ Valuable Slave for Sale.

pass the river: their tomb is open!" each, Mr., lost a child. Mrs. F. E. Plum- be subject to the rules and articles of war, navy ; bless the a'rWtocracy for thy mercies' %IARINE INTELLIGENOE. NEGRO MAN 2.' years eld a good Carpenter .
A
teacher of the female school, and shall be, in all respects, except as to sake, &c. &. a first rate house servant,.honest and intelligent .
the
.(Correspondence of the Charleston Courier] mer, under her clothing snd pay placed on the same footing _____ ___ __ -, IS and could be made: useful in any situa.,
12. tvith many of the children charge with similar corps of the United States PASSENGERS.S- PORT OF APALACHICOLA.-Iay 2?. tion. Sold to close an estate. If not dNposedcf
WASHINGTON May were killed. Mr. Robinson lost his father, S the first in June next, he will then
Per Coe Messrs E M by Monday
lieu steamer Anes--Majer
of non-
,
and clothing
in ;
The Mexican War Hill has passed, and child.! From 30 to 50 army ; every CLEARED. .
wife, sister and persons Skipper, Evason, L Bright. be sold at auction under an order of the Hon.
*care now to see what can be done to I'" are ascertained to have perished. The commissioned officer and private in shall any I Per steamer Boston-Miss M Griffith; Messrs May 1& Schr Martha Louisia, Barber, for'New Judge of Probate. For further particulars,apply .S. y

brin the war to a speedy and successful mangled remains of many of the bodies had company who may thus offer himself :I A Rutherford, J D Atkins Wood Orleans. Castle ButternVld, for Ke\r West. to WOOD & Co.
conclusion. wish that I I be entitled, when called into actual service, :. Per steamer Emily--Mrs Jenkins and child; Schr Moro t 16, 1S46. 32 Water street.
Every one seem to not been identified, and several persons to receive id a sum equal to the cost Messrs Hill!, Cheever, Patterson and Smith. May IS-Ship Alexander, Led: for Liverpol I May_ _-._ __ _S
being now it list of money Mitchell ,
engaged in the contest, may were missing. A very imperfect Brig Cavuga, S
of clothing of a non-commissioned officeror Pratt. received per brig Morea from N. York;
:
e &
conducted will outside of Dodge JUST
wiiij such vigor as ren- has reached on t the a RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
us
names ; for New York by Dodge ke N 1 and Lead
dt't it private (as the case may be) in the regular t Bark Magdara,Dodge, ; IOOgals.boiled ,
a short one. There are who friend is written the words : Per steanvr Agne.-Obdes cotton to Lockhart 5 .
many letter
to a & Pratt. Linseed Oil ; 500 Ibs. Putty; 20 boxes S by If/
joint that offensive'war Mexico will ruins and of her inhabitants troops of tjie United States. fc : 2 do to D G- llaney; 2 boxes tobaccoto Weeks for Liverpool by J Day ;
against I t, "Grenada is in many Sec. 5. .And le it further enacted That Youor Ship Huron .. and 10 by 12 Glass;20 doz. pints Congress Spring
be. -that; she is assailable in cannot be & Co. fresh Taoarins Gum and '
not any ; are desnoyed-names Per steamer bales cotton to Chas Water; 100 lbs ; Orget
point-ihat to invade her by land would. be given nor numbers
impracticable_and to blockade her ports, I awful desolation pervades the town and the I shall be accepted by the President and regiments in companies hart &Young; 1 to L Fred E Dugas; 3 to by B-irk Nours Duc**, Stone de Orleans& Co., Robertson, for Havre, May 16. H. F. ABELL. .
useless. battalionssquadrons, .
To batter down the Castle of San citizens. This tornado occurred -.
hearts of its E Ozanne.
Juan whose officers shall appointed in the manner Per steamer bales cotton to Harper by for Land for Sale. .
De Vries ,
Would be a more difficult task now j on the same day of the year as tbe law in the several Slates Sc Holmes; Eliy-21 Roger fc Co; 191 to May 22-Ship. Probus, Have rpHE. undersigned offers for sale 150 acres n(. .

!naa when the French assailed it, for then '' one at Natchez in 1840. A young friend prescribed by which such Bugbee & Howard; 97) to AV Hill; 91 to Lock. by I M 23 Wrght.Iay -Bark! Cumberland Power Liverpool, JL the best Cane-S"ralce Land,situated-onrf mile

It was unprepared, and now it is strong and of ours, of this city was on the steamboat and Territories to and companies.battalions shall hart & Young; 6 to N Cruger; 7 to Hill, Dawson by J Day &: Co. and a half befow Rock Blnff-,on the west side of
wet I dereudell.rro hold while the squadrons, regiments &: Co. for Cedar Keys. River mile
seize aud Upper, Huntsville, a few days since Schr Planer, Gntton, the Apalachicola ; acresrlyin one
Wornia is talked: of. and it may be prac"cable tornado was passing the Mississippi[ river, respectively belong. EXPORTS. Schr Octavia, Churchill, for New Orleans. from the aboverwith a Dwelling and otler houses-

with the assent of England whose the Cut-off; he was also in the one Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That LIVERPOOL. ship Alexander-2065 bales ARRIVED. suitable for the place a blacksmith's: shop and
'objects have 'I I nar He the President of the United States be and cotton. Castle Battertield, fm tools> in complete order for work; also one wazron,- S
a it. A com- occurred at Natchez. escaped 13 Schr' Moro .
mortgage which May -
rt\rnrse upon he is hereby authorized to organize com Per ship Huron-1769 bales cotton. two yoke of oxen, 50 head of hogs, and.a fine'hcrse .S
with England was, some time ago, them both unharmed, but lost many friendsin b-ites Key Vet.May '
1343
Per hark Cumbeknd- cotton. OrLeans saddle andbridle.
talked panies tendering their services into bat- 19-Schr Octavia Churchill, fm New .
of"jrjfjnj. her claims upon Oregon, each of them. HAVRE-Per ship Probus 2215 bales cotton will do welVto
,
into Any person .wishing to purchase
ProYlded she would permit our acqui.-ition We entertain 110pes that the loss of talions and squadrons or regiments; Per bark Due de Orleans-1094 bale cotton. S fm Chattahoochee _
of treat and brigades into \Vakulla-376 bales Steamer AgesVheaton, call and look at the property. .
California which of far value but fear regiments into brigades NEW YORK-Per fm .
is greater life have been exaggerated Steamer < ; MorD Columbu. ARCHIBALD CARAWAY. :
to may divisions, as soon as the number of volunteers cotton. Columbus.
B .
the worst. It is the most deplorable calamity such in his Per bark Magdala 614 bales cotton. Steamer Emily, tai, May 9, 18-16. 19-41 .
rganization,
shall render -
The re are some too who have vague no- we have had to record for several years. : Per brig Morea- cotton". i. '
tl ns about the plunder of the Mexican [N. O. Picayune, loth inst. judgment expedient ; and shall by and PHILADELPHIA brig yusa-492 ales! LIST OF VES5EL PORT. Notice.THE .- be' S
InIDII anel l ,with the advice of the Senate, appoint the cotton, SIP 55 S Copartnership heretofore\ existing .5
f f''n the < churches. We bear already i A,terrific storm of wind, lightning generals of,brigade and divisions, and the NEW ORLEANS-Per schrartba" Lbuisia Solon, S Buckmm, 540 tons, for Liverpool,-, loadingS A. N. McKAT and S. H. HARTS
frontiers, that people are STORM.-
our get- limitation.all .
bales has this day expired by -
tin 2 ready their rifles and lead for the enter- and rain broke over the city last,eve- general staff as nO" authorized by, law : 3 coton. Cotton Planter CaS1n.,.Pratt, 501 ton, for Havre load. HORnc.nn ettlftl'accounts will remain with A. N.

1iflze. a* '*" *l! was a mere P141'1"6'e nine at 8 o'clock., The streets were greatly Provided, however.'That the.major generals Drugs Medicines .V Clicmicals.A I ing-Nourse, Stone & Co. McKay, who will continue the businessoa his'
of wind and brigadier generals shall have the, appointment Dumbarton. Pendleton, 499 tons, for Liverpool,
so
title of the Bill, to provide for the, I flooded, and the gusts were NOTHER supplY of fresh Drugs just, ,reXX S & Co. own account.,
frowcution of the existing war between ihe violent as to tear off window shutters. scatter of their own aids-de-camp, and ceivedbyBrig ,Republic, which makes my to-D.B, .Wno,. CharlesoD", S S A. N. M"It.\Y.- S ,
pOlled' States and republic of Ielico." and tiles and shingles, uproot trees, and the President' shalf if necessary, app assortment complete and the bet quality. Charles ( -& 'watin' S. H. HARTSHORNE.Apalaehicols S

Us preamble-which; sets forth the. fact that shake the wooden framed houses to their lion the ,staff; field, and general officers S o J. C..ALLEN. Dauntless, Roger nr.gtr.?,.9.on for Liverpool.load.S May, 1S46. ItMf \

**' exists, by the act of Mexico, were very foundations, An exceedingly' fine among
$tronly objected to by the Senate. sycamore, tree, in Lafayette, Square, one j fies from, wlighthe plunt ers shall tender' Summer. Al orders thankfully r civedpr. icpt.. S BtGS. S 90 moo Kegalia ears, for saleliy
254 for Boston :
luadtaa ,
A Bill to empower the President to repel of the !target in the ornamental grounds. their services as Her may deem,proper": ly aUende :.nd correctly' ..t up. 'Pleiades, ,B'Wood&.Co.u.rj"Carter tons ; April S n ss.-u.\WLEy.' .

.- .D', was s\hat!! tbt njajority of the w.encbei fr ntbe ground aDd earned into L. Sec.' ,7., And le farther cRacicd, (That 111" ( -. ,.'5- ,.. ." SS S '-, I.":": ,;, ,rr ... ,5-_ .5 S Sr 4 .' St --

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iHS: STATESMAN'S' MANUAL THE undersigned having"purchased from Mr. : 1 0 Drua aria 1iiiIcIae "V.
S. Hawley his entire stock of Drugs, THE subscriber ..? :"
A EW A.XD ENLARGED EDITIOf OT PR.EIIDJl'f'n' Medicines, Paints; Oils, Glas* Ware Shon Fur- Franklin" 'Circuit Court I NOTICE, -Six weeks after date I will apply constantly have.on hindi* t tV

rrMAGM, WITH A nifl lrp, & will continue th. business I1'.o1eMa IN CHANCERY.. Jud e of Probate.for Franklin county Il assortment of DRUGS- 4
ry Ann Rouen, ) for letters of administration the estate 0'Sa'muel C1NESW1Cb
sale upon be
;HISTORY! 0'' E \C1I ADMIN'ISTATION, &c. 'anil Ill'lai/:1t the old stand corner of Water will 1ht'k :
vs. V Bill for Divorce. late said deceased and of the '
and' Chestnut Simpson of county best
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Il-julred,P3&ts Each.1I.VMSOMC stock i is i complete, ernbra'inr article Usually IT appearing'' from (he affidavit of the Solicitor I tztbr to said estate and'r vnked his.powers to act. to their advantage lo call, examine :
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every
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;; IY : l\.tt1 Ltv BINDING.T kept in Southern Drtif Stor.-s, and from .J_ of the complainant, that the defendant.-John i THOMAS' ORMAN. Gtfdds before purchasing elsewhere. '

1. n rr rne nts recently rfTected, will tegulllrly supplied arrange-; flnnen, resides beyond the limits of the State of: Apahchicola. May 14. 1846. '20-6w JOlfJ( the t r&ofDipepsa cr Indigestion, Bil'JL !. N. B. Physician' prescription

: .. PRICE, Ft" ..D3I..LARS. with freth staple articles. FI rida. It is ordered that publication be made V: ; .ioiH and nervous headache, Const ipa-ion! i care tad accuracy at any hour of tb*put* :.'
weeks after date I will
in the $ apply
I Commercial 'Diafraboea .
Advertiser week for the "NOTICE-SiX Go'iit -Rheumatism
Physieian*, Plartr.:, Country Merchant and once a 'Gravel Flatu. J. C. ',rh
'TlIE,', A T'D'.r-CCl 3S "AO MESSAGES OF others wiU find it to Heir interest to rail and ex- spice( bf four months, of the institution of this : "e of PiohatefGr the County of i enev, &c. For tiae.! whnlesal and retail by March 21 Ccr. Centre and COCl4 '.
THE PRESIDENTS OF THE U. S. administration theestate
amine his stock and prices AH ordeis will be suit, requiring him to appear and answer to the! Franklin for letters upon Nov 5 J. C. ALLEN Druegilt. Balsam of
I \UGUI.'L, ANVtTAL AND SPECIAL, attended said; bin on or before the first f day of October' next,' of John Jenkins, cJeceased. A REMEDY LIVer\\'ol1.
promptly in
to by 'T .rant's most .
person B. ELLISON. : Compound Extract perfect Uxl. s
of 'd
From 1789 to 1810.nn or theme will ha taken as contused' against II
M-irch 1 J. 1SH5. II. F. ABELL. discovered in settled Cons O\
him. and stich iurthcrorder Apalacbicola. Aptil 8'ISIC. Cubcb's'nud Copayia.Slaiids V tniti,
made
in the
premises
JJ'7t\ Original Memoir or nth of the Pre. o Complaint or any of their incipient' ,
ilnh, ai7 a Jfctiry nf tri Iminbtrti-. To tlifc Public. as'lo the Court may seem proper.A -All persons having rlaJms against V unrivalled for its on ,the Chrf'l\o-Tht'rml1l system $

tion'; ntftt a s'Jf'C'iftti of fiipnrtant HAVING: cli*:.n*pd of my entire stock of ( Copy-feste.) ,I NOTICE T. Skillrn.m; late of >frid county., V efficacy; it performs a rtire DocTor TAYLOR'S celebrated med.-fIIt by i.
I in few .
V 7 :'
JDzcunifnis an 1 SlrtlkticaI7'ifuT- and Medicines to Mr. IIF.. Abel!, WM. VALLEAU. Clerk. 'dec easec1, are requested to present thE.s me dilly Ct \ day's-no confinement Genuine BALSAM.'OF: J..lvJn"oaT"h

ination.CMfPlLrD in retiring Jrom the business, I take occasion to: May 1C;, IS JG. 20-4m atilhenticatrd I within the lime prescribed! by law, I Et1k or restriction in (Her, pares at 375 BOWERY. Thw
I i is nan
q return to the public, my triend* and cu$tompn:, -- --- or t this notice will be plead I : in bir of their recovery l'( $ ary. It will be now espcused by several! eminent (ftr
: Fn M OFFICIAL SOURCES AT CHAMBER MAcn23 1346. 'found( htlf
my think for( the patron-is: they have bestow" I ; and all persons indebted, said estate are ( ""', invIucb1ebjngpr."Y '- I and has been fur a'lon! lime, IhJSEEN
Circuit )
BY EDWIN Cnr.it with V
WILLIAMS Franklin p.red thepossible
upon th<' extahlishmeiit while! under my rontrrl ;; Cortnty. Yequested to make: ,imrnent.SILAS f'tstt'it unrar.lleled! success which! has fi
Ar.rn'It OF THE NEW-YOBS ANVT7AL' nmKTCR! &c. ind! I'tike pleasure in re'om mend i'net my !tirreorto'them J iizkiah -Nash >? DAVENPORT, Adm'r. ; J ; I are, upon' well L f 'laylor'a medicine in, attended *

EziF/itJ 'm', Portrait of the Presidents as worthy of their patronage' and solicit \':. J Petition to foreclose mcrr An:111'hir.! .'). April IS. 1 IS Hi. ir.gm ttsJed! prirv'ijlrs fiinon
and the Seali or Coat* of Jirms of Iksseprral fir him :a continuinrp of (the custom hcrutofureso Sidney R. Ford and ) gjge. L14, 13' J1 that important law, I been sjmrft incredible, but very many l"1Itft'
States.CoS'TrN'TS. 1 lib-rally'extended (lo ms.Mirchl 1 EI:lizoih! A. Ford. $ NOTICE 1 --MX months after date, I will apply \ firt eslablish' l by ihe cel- I be Doctor can bring r..rwilrtJ the'C'onrlus< ,.

B- S. HAWLEY. WHEREAS, a pc'ition has been Ihi* day filed I Hon. Probite Cnurt of Fr:' linI ; ebrattd Dr. FufdyeeZ\ :: we advise all who are irrtSj ib1t.
,: oifice of the Circuit Court of I rounty, for a final discharge fiuin Ihe altmilli tra.I V__.. .V I that a combination ol'sim coUN may have Cj't1 t.t tor"I

1. The :, ">-hp* (r \lllr?**"*, and Mes"ac*** 'To Primers. Fr.inii i Coa-.ty: to foreclose: moitj:{ t.4i* of certain (I I lioa of the estate of Amory Ro!'n, dece. ed i ilar lernedies would pn-duce a more certain,I I V dIy even FT3kImSays, tn u..eo: this perfect cific .

of the Pre*ill lntitif I the United States from Washington TYPE ''FOUNTY! A\l n PiJIVTERS': FUR- lii uehold furniture' triple and ('xl'ntrclln'iI'Ca'- B. T. CARO, AdmV.BEXJAIN speeds, and considerable etlerl I than a.ny equiva. : big ShIP'; Therefore a small leak .iU.
lo Pnlk. !\I IA11NGWAItEI1OUSE.! 'tnt t'o'mtG.riJ, {,'I"lhe "J8h day of An.'U*% ELLISON A-elit.Anlbc1)jrnh l lent d Ki"of a' Y single one.* In many cases th. cure y'1"iryctir 'ritj .
snbscnbers Imve opened 15-11 I and; it nf'the April 4!", 1 IRKi.( 14-fim tlisease Nrntirelv its lan-s are [past cure. Fcr ?.le.by
the satisfaction
2. A Memoir, **[ Bir> jn*>'b.i*ai Sketch of each I 1'HE a new Type ; ap'uMnn IZ 'tu t prevented by timely application. J. 'C. ALLEN
Pn *id.nt, weeding hi* M.s.ue ) : the ttly of New York where COt, 'by the alJ'uhvit ol the petitioner, thirt Ihedefendants -Aftir six month's t For sale hy V Swle Agent,

3. An account of 'he Itiatuuntion of each! they are nvdv 1 t t.) supply i-rd.rs to anv extent, for ; Siilney 1-Yrd( and tlar.. '..\rll A. Ford I NOTICE I shall! apply lo publifv.ticm the Jud of of Nov :. :J. f'. ALT.FN. Fri12rit. &c. CAUTIONr-The' .peTuine A S tb

President: ?nJ a H!story fA! the;lrisr'i! >al ;pilitic.ilevents i in kind l..fJ.bnr f'anry T\nt>, H!<, PI ier. C'aq, rev .i41e beyond; t tl-e limit* of I the Slate of Florida: : I!,;I: Probate, for Fr 1flldin 'to he discharged i :e BAUHAM OF LIVKRWORT D,< TATtca
G.lln'". Bra*? Rule, STEEL: COLUMN RULE it i is ordered! that -aid ilffendants d.t and county haa 'on
,
rf hi; a'l.rjni.-tMtion, nnd .>( the : ) appear : from ,
innsactnis Composing l I th administration of the e. late of Oliver splendid: steel plate: ensrraHrj'to "tyCl1t4te
Sticks
of C. *:Ii Cha: n. atd: every article, nej file their ojjecMmu. if they hav any, within 13 .
;r. *< at C'I" -5eiori during the perii > C. Raymond, late of said coimtv;, d "ei6; ol. ferfeit sknid by Gurdon X 'Le.f.
ce wy Print iry Office. AUi'second hCl101lat I d before I tile fn t ot t t lie fall ; .
'!. Tht':1.11'11: ('* f; lli; >wiu' the M.iie*,, iy. I> day ensuing term I BEN K. NOUUSE; vile at-dtfongerMia imilationy at'I fII
-i\ of t this Court, fli I llKrwis! > slid pc.t I I. slnll: I bj ar-d 'the
mini ptbrc
>
&.C., of c-.ch! Preidnr, 3"\t 1, with tha Alessi e*, < March QS, lS4f Adrn'r. tie bnron. cantiom-d not tt) I2urvIiise
I The Tyne which are cut h irnitition of'the taken confe-so vided t that due I or dal in ii
puMicaof
r..t'II 1.t ('om'p'ditl1H, P WI ::1 I History, of the pro ; | 1-rolerlMl' by th, U. S. 'ace
United Sutf I *, f-r th hl li'iv-wen year Kn\iH\: letti-rs are ra-st in new Moulds[ from an I: of this or.ler! he 'made in I Ihe Commercial, L NOTICE-Know all persons irotcre=te,1.lhatI I March 2l I, IS-n. Copy Rigl.j laWs.

4. D.cl irifin of 1'id-iendence. ent ir. lv fiew set of 3.1 iirix s with el.'ep coinler", Advi-rlisi-r f Ap i ..1 ichicoh; once a week fr.r tw'o' I I I ('' from the dife I of this notice, I Il fi --- -_. 12-iy

:5. Articles. of C'mider.stio'iB ; are granted to h. uns'iipjsspd' by any, nnd will months, saccesjjvtlv.: (A Copy; -Teste.) V i will l apply to his honor the Jrtd e ot Pr.bile tor : Tari-siut'3 ircivcsit Sel!

., Co' .titiiti-n of the United Sttte?, tvith I he fold to snit the times All the type lurnUhH] \\-.M. VALLEAU, Clerk. ,I the county r.f Frai.klin, for letters of admilll.tra- Aperient.

Notes a'd r-c: :rt'lIrl'S. bv 1 ns i< hand c-ist." The 'types from any ''imn.dry April IS, I31G. ll .':n V 'tioti !it on the estate of Stephen T- Skill-nan decea HEALTH RENEWED; and an i in,

7. A brief ill*!t"rv fifths event* and circtimstince : : cm hi matched at thi* cs'tiiblishment.; : ATCHAMHKlt1. ?. MAHCH ]10, 1S1(3.( -:,' .ed. S1L! \S D \VCNPORTApahohicf ( cor.dilU.n i.f body ,

which! lid tIhe Union cf the State* and I Printing Presses *hffi, alit) Steam Engineso'fthe F'an2HJ] Circnit Couri J1 :l.i, Fa., iMjrcli G, IS I. 1ONo -/. by the use of TARS \l':1-S !FFElfvF.Sl rft

formation (the! Contilu i< n. i mo( Composition: ; U.llerix months aflt-r date I .
infers.COCKRO.T will
8. A yjnMJ3; of{ the Consiutions: of the several : : 'Luubaf, apply the Piles. '. This ('reparation 'is iinfrersaUy anw.d
I States. & OVEREN'D, to the PI'l1lc! Court of Frankltn! Co'nty, HYSICIANS aird Cl.emists. have the most popular If k
: vs.George ;. V lone been lemedy ( I the prescus'
9' T.tM lp.a d Meinbrrj (,r ihi' Cabinet rf tlievsrion D.'c.13.lS't., ). ,ly OS Aun-sf., NL'S''i.\(1riC I:. W [Harris"!! and .Iii7a-; I for a final di char: from the administration and P. anxiotfs ti> di'scovtr a medicine I Ihat" would] the prevention and cure (if Indirstiunj t .y
-- --- office of I'vecut'ir of the estate of Da. id .
Rllmi'istr.ltionsIillistl'l F Richardson cure ol 'the rru-st tr-euoine! diseases and Livl'I' Complaints NcrvoujV" .
:: b: reijnCoitntri ret Emm.i: Hai'nson: his wife, one Ihe 6kn l,1f}
.*, anJ other principal% public! oifn-rr Ulting and Rope.ffrv Da'.'jd G. Rincy aiul Harriet F. deceased. Piles. Success has et t last h-'I1.th result. Dr. ache, Hearti urn, habitual CQtivenel"&r.
10 Chionolojic.il Table of 1 P'KCK5 heavy KEN rUCKEY 11\(1. I E.: B. \\VIII1'\l.\R. JACK ON'S PIT.E Travellerand! residents
: Political Events in R.mey, !his wife; J'.H-N'I! llnd- EMBROCATION riot only stopsall ? ; in warfii clill1ill
the United tat--1?. sacks for GING[ ; 3D Coils Rope ; Also, etJ) son Alexander McAl\ |.>in ancOjrdin -| I Feh 21 1813.NOTICE -Im bletdi-ip, all.\s pain and inflammation! sub- I find it f a desirable article; it preventsar.j IrO 1

I 11 I St-iti"tical Tables cf Revenue, Commerce corn, sale bvCUGnr.K: Hair'ertys A.si i nfes ol Bill! ta fofecose :- -Six months alter lUelh I *? under-;; :: dues that i intolerable[ itcbir-gr, but efKrduallv'cures, mulatron of bile, portable! and the itefhj!

and Populiti'in.i jti3 & HOWARD Laverty, Cutlt-r & Co.; James mortr. i will apply to th Jnd.e of Probate like a charm and in a very short tim?, ;persons preparation; is atitisiidlly c..nvenifnl. Ch to

'!. A complete: Ind.'x, or Analyticel Tabls ot No 7, Colii'TibtH 151-ck. 15o'4irt: and John N. Ila\\h"rn, l .t.re!: on I-.ts (for the county of J irksonfur a (that settlement vfrlioye: lives have been rei d.T*'d ridser.ibla Tor L have frequent occasion'for penile and rOrl

Contents thcs wh,-li! work. Prints Ojily .-Spring Styles, IS 1C.LF.E 'S con-ititutii: the firm of. Hnttrt N s. !> and j of the estate of Mary T. Gardner, Idle of said years. For sale by J ALLEN, 'pimatih y w1l1 take l his aperient in pre

i & JJREW3TES\ 4t CeJar-stn-tt, b & Hawtln ; '1) vid) M lithnxl, VJ in block county' and a discharge fiom the office of E'iflItrix r't Sole Agent fur Apalachirolri.March fe'renceTo any 01 her. S Id "h'.J '..le and retai'
TO AMF.Tl'CAN CITr I NS. >x David :S Ky'tuwdy, I \\'t of the la,t will and r.f 23.1S1G. ISCARPA'S .-lrn Nov 5. J C. ALLEN Drugiu b,
I lo ininrm! Dealers in Dry Good! that Henry LaF.I, i-i! the, tet-imet> siid dee. _
The p-inlHher o1' Ihe ,IJ'No\ nov,*.:. ViToYijc, .,. V -- --
JairteS.. 'Uraruk-ri ed.
MARY ANN
have veity and i CHAPMAN, :n"
receivedand L"
they are now exhibiting) al s'it.v ( Ap- ,l's, :iUc\Ucines &c.
ii a joinci'is' it. com T'lion! : tifce'* Ihe ,
i pp'irtnnitv /
Hamilton December QIJ: 1SJ..: .
the reJioue exclusively tor Printed : Murray:: ron lo < tite; that' tw! sileof lh.> sino haq hee-i! Ca'iroes:, time firm ,f }5r.indenic ALAliGtl: fresh I j-upply cf Dru .1=
& )!} c Murray ---- ,
c.ses all ,
compriFini the NEW
; ,
: SPRING( : -- c. consistiiftr
-- in ot theft !
(':n ittC'.III) hi* azr>:nN throughout I the Union, -- part *
Wllf ar. aithnri'd tll at2rt l1b c. 'i"r.! ''h.tt STYLED! of British, French aid American, Manufacture Crumby. and Dr.i- I State Tax Collector's Sale. in-4 i articles :-50;() doz, Castiir Oil, qt. pf?;j"y

there wll: IR no d. l i.ltin:1: fn m li! ptire fii-d, ; which i ih addition |tll th r'tlsIJ.Il' stock : Cr rer, con! titntii ; the finn of PUBLIC N'OTIL'E is hereby uivea that six ACOUSTIC pf5; bx. Hotick's: Panacea ; 10 bxs Obv, (Oii j

namelv: nv I?"T.TV.S ivr copy, whrh must b.' renders thC'ir: a" oitmei one of the moy& Draper ; Wil. _1. months after d lie I will expose to sjle at OIL'THE .W kegs Ep3m Sails! ; 10 bbfs Copperas; )IH

coniid'red rt".trIIJli! for Uv.-i hiMil-'orrie! octavovoliiTitf : l and attr.ictive in the city ; and having JUST: : o\ and l G.ile, vi..ihlt' public, outcry, opposite the Court House! dor, Mil CUS rOftOEAFMESS. Gum Opium; 20 Ibs Sulphate Qllillillt"; 2( jj
been purchased fiT CASH _iVD SHOUT 11lrllwrslfthe! f fipllnfWill! I in the CIR ("f t London MnMuni HerU of all kn
ol"rtvtr s(>':e') Inridred, ,viJes| ench.NO CRTDIT areottered Xjile Apdlacfucnid, county of Franklin( ; >di2t} i
by the piece or picket* on ihescufieturns & Co. and James Brown., ) the tollouin-; Lots and bpin N utmr.egs; 13 bxs Starch iu bx-Leitun
('XI'1.. ba: b en "pared; i 1t t Ihf. lying ; in said City, ; Sjnif
prepaTa- L.t and b'l-w; nvirraf'actnrers' appearing to the price IT ; as properly.of the F J..t.p' 2 Seidletz
f.'lliwiijj ai.d
tin ff these \'nll"ne! of Diriment", Ili-storv andStitislicsj 1 persms, for ; gross : Sodert
(Catalogues: of price that the aHI\'C! 'a.iiiwul) defendants t do nol residewithin Taxes due discharges of matter from the Em Als!, P 20 Ifw Kn lisa
to r- rj"r the! sime: worthy the pilro- [ :, corrected daily, aroplaced s.iid State lur tile year iSIS, as per ; Cait.mel ; 20 dot ty
in the hand of thc Ste of Florida but within all thsediJin-eeabIe, : n 'ies like the huzzi'. < of
buyer* the plnmted of? Cifv.Iotlf. Turpentine, and
not only ol" Stat' and Leijiljt an a general a: ortrnent cf ills*.
,
smfi < atof
_
nag ilia:, American who Purchasers will inform themselves of the tT State*; II i is fhenrft-re ordered, that publication insect.!, falling ol wat.r, whiz/in of steam, & *. rle-4 in tie! Drn; line, for Country MerdaA
public g'nenilv will tind ILJllJrk'll Utrtiir 11',1:1'1. .
; of be mad ill ,the Commercial I. | &c. which are sympto r.s of aptroachindeaf V.
state the market, and be well repaid for an Adveitiser, \ Planters and Phj ici.1I1J. Fur sale
h thi > exainination by
of* TREASURY infurmation! OF 2 ox
indispensable to every iutclli- New York, March 3, ISiS. l.y-ly in>titiitionVf s.iid: suit: requiring ,them to appear OV 1 ? El C'llhnl1'1 & Ross, lOt') ea-se. Many persons who have.bi'en deaf for ten. -

gent citizen. and answer I lo C the --aid bill if l foreclt'biire: oi; {.r 1 I1:2 R. Meemizie, 3Ji / fifteen, and twenty' years, ar.'J't' obliged to Blank Books and Stationerr
Formei editions of the! rrc-::d.. nh' Mesizeshave Fine Liquors. before f the expiration: of that 'lime or said bill and 12 lIt Wm. Mther: or aS313n'i 2 93 11U* ear trumpets have, after iisin;* one IT two LEUGEIB. Jflurntll. Day Ellf.k". .c.

been imperlecl' and incomplete! in! many. re- N CONSIGNMENT.-Jut received a sirpefi'T will bt taken as confined against ,them and such .1 2' Dr Me.hduI: 40 I b >ttles, thrown aid their trumpc-ls, being mdt ( J.fJoI'car. and Letftrspez: ;

Fet": which have; now been remedied, 1st hit O lot of L-qiors, rnn..i istinir of Siijnett;', fnrllier order given in the premises as to the 1 J f I. N. \tllrri, 8'J perfectly well Phyfcian and Surgeons highlyreco'iimended Cotton Mernorar.dum cllkl;

Cin ful rrtij-jarU'in wiTh otfici.il dociunetit*, and r! Cognac and Pale C'o;n.nc Br ndy, Holland Gin Court mav sfem meet.ACcpyTesfe. 4 14. l.JVid St'd\! 53 its use. For sale bvi Ship! and! River Bills Lading;

21 1 by diligent n'i.irch: fn supply the S|'ecial Port Wine, Maderia and L. P. M-id. ria Wine I ( .) Vf3 and .7 C' Ja"llh liaT\-V, 1 60 C ALLEN Sc-le A enl Boooki for Letter Press.

Ml'.H1"i.; and Ad.lfe-wes omit led in fornu-r com.pilltioru. C Chamna? Wine, &c. &c. for sale at impul ter':, WIJ.LrAM'ALLF.AU! Clerk.Frauklhi "I' 23 lciiit;* ik9's 1' Ftae, 3') March 2S '13-.lm for Apalachic -la. Blank Bills nt Exchange znd Checks,
The Indev I to tie! whole! vorkofb
: pr ices, for cash only, by Mirrfi 20, 1: fl-l'2--JrTl JdHi; LUC\.o., hprifr V Ju names a'ul ,I.tt.* i is a new iVature this Cabinet Work SlJ "
ject March 2S F. and ex.Oi1i'ii,) Slate Ta Cnllector. j4p >. Mar-h I 'H F. ABEL!
edition, which will sulce it viva1u.b1a fc-r refer: KOPMAN. County.FIR Apabchi'o, Jal1. 2t, \\SJI 4.Gro THE subscriber is now m readiness
enre. .:T DI3TKICT[ [ JUSTICE'S COURT.A. manufacture OILS'SO kegs No 1ni
lo old
Coots and S!.{cj'. G. Semmes Oil ConSI-niUent. r f r new or repair PAJNTSND .
To render thwriti1:* (f the Arn rican ) ; Furniture, with pr.unptncsarid despatch : : Winter Lamp Oil; 3J
Pre id.int-. mire vul-nhle l as A c."I1tinupdaio'lal. BOY> andfpU'd Russ.-t P.rtaiis, I vs. J. > Attachment. 20 CASKsuperior Rice \how landing from and sr-licifs 'the patronage( ffhiJ old (pay l l.irisofd Oil ; 5J bxs assorted Glass; 500 lbs
en's sw'd and peg'd KIp! Brogans Aaron B. !f.1f'HI.'fHE ) bri; Tybee, and for: "ole I byFeb'21 t 100( ; assorted Paint
History, they are accomnaiied: with Memoirs of 'in.j g) customers, a.nd hopes by strict attention t loordtrs ly ; Brc-lw; HUck IM
the Pre idents and a Hutory ot the various ad.mini 1- Gents fine C ill'Win's nruan, defendant i is notified{ of the institution of{ NOUR>E, STONE & Co- : to gain sosae he\v onp Spanish; Frown, Vellow! Ocbfe Greea Pait1
:tritioI t : nejj'd and sew'd Slioes! CbiMren'sdo. do. ti'regoing >nit by attachment, returnable -- ---- P TER HOB ART. received an'd I for sale By

TJ lit! work i* edited and compiled by Mr. Er). Super Lidies' Kid and Morocco Shoes! 'to the April term of said Court. Pork & Bettf.NBLS. ((1CJ: Shop in third story of Stick Ifuildin, corner March I H. F. ABELL

WIN WILLI\M", wjoe! familiaritv with .cur Political Super Ladies' Gaiter !Boots. A. G. SEMMES. 41. 0 Me s and Prime Pork; 30 bbls. Chestnut.and Water sts. Nov,S.Tlios. Pei"
Hi.(lorv, d- d StitisJi'-.nl: SaVpctnenllv. Gentlemen's coarse and 6 ie Calf Boots, March IS, 18t6.( K3rn: Mess and Prime' per, for sale by Brig MctahJorn.
A Ltrl'; ;Ii c,::cHi ive::; :"ftmf' lt. j'Ht received, Mire 7 J. DAY & Co. rUST arrived a beautitul assortmentGood" or GctJ
are well known to til! public, a-id afford" a sufficient Clark* .
?
and fjrOi !le by WM. G. ] raikSia Superior Court. suitable for the
PORTER &
& Co. season,
guarantee f for the accuracy and (t idelity; of William A Card BOOT AND) SHOEIAKF.R.t' aaocg
Nov 21)! Wright, be fC'UId- .
41 Water street. ) may
th cou'il.ltw:1: ad: :arr'1ln..jll Hi!If'rv. CONTINUES to thi* Vusf-
to cloe carry on
,. business in this
iiur
v V Attachment for $5000. WISHING place, FU'nrU Linen check and Sack Crafs
EmVAUO WALKER, D\1ipl McDourald. prepared to sell our extensive stock ,ness in Apalarhicola: tWit d'l\r belowHavi
iron Nails ) I Do dt do !
&c. >
p'0r-
ay ( o.r":1hm ,
April 11 114 Fulto.i-streett Xe\\.Y k. 1: TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes, THE Defendant, and olher! peron interested of DRY GOOD, Boots, Shops, Hats' &<:., at ih- Civ lintel r.u Cer.tw :rrf-d.- Plaid Linen. Hunting; aid Frock Ccatlj
)0 he !i. '
superior workmen
100 kes. NaiN, do. hereby notified of the invitation of tlm unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance ;; confident Phid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pant,
Dry Coods. above suit and Merchants' and others visitin: this city, will find f that all \Vho may patronize him will! fit d i4
4 casks Weeding Hoes, as-sorted qualities, arii s.juirr-d; to plead .rnrdin1y. ; t Union Plaid n. u
nb cribers oifer t tie and it to their interest' to examine stock before they have called .1 the rmLt hop. French Calf[ .
THE tor s a trge sea- 20; Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils, GEO S. HAWKINS[ our Plain White 'I
!le stock of Dry Good?, caasiiting: I iipait'of i: 20 Einlish and American Vises, J. C. SMITH, taking their purchases. or S\in! the and!latest M'-roccn? fashion Hoot! and, or most Shoes, made: 'lo tlrdt'r sty Ie., Kremlin fancy ind striped Cottonade Pants
Jipiroved
2') IC Bellow, Att'ys I for Plaintiff. J. STEVENSON & CO. White, Linen busom, and fancy col'd Shins
Nejro Kerseys atd Linsc-s, 12 dozen Spades and Shovels, Apalachicoja, March 19, IS I 13.19..Jm Apalachicola, J-\n. 1:2, 18IG jan173.lf: All mending Sic., done with ne.itn.h-s and promptitude Super striped: Cuuibnck! **
,_ and If terms that cannot fail to be
.
White anJ tt..J FI1I\Jdg u, recrsnised -
10 Collin's Ave, Paltnleaf Leghorn Panama Florence and C
Plain and Jean Franklin Circuit Baiiig; and R opc. as in keeping with the cr.mpelitiun! I in
Fancy *, 10 b\M Cotton and Woolen C m1i. Court. da Straw Holt>,
Doubt tw.illell.T\\'etod. IN C1I.\ CEP..Y. PIKCKheavy Clifton Kentucky Bag- trade and ihe closeness ot the times.
1 case Rowland's: Cast Stec-l 31 ill Saw 500 Super Call BOor, Brogans and fowquar.SlaBrtckslcin
1.irmg 50J! coils good Kentucky |.tnl7 3-Ct
John Gorrie j ; Rope. :
Super fAncy Cd.lIn're 1000: lbs Cast and German; Si eel!, j f..r sale by CompPt, | Also V Cloth, Prunella! ar.d GoaUkin Gxif
150 boxes
Tobicco various brain's
,
; for ale
Silver! E relish aid French Clnth, j W\! G. PORTE! & Co. for Foreclosure. Cliattailooclii'C'c fiflotcl. Leather Pump Velvet and Mo Slippers
Wlntnev BlinkHs, 10, 11 I and Hqrs.Dufil Nv 2) 41 Water Feb
; : 151 inkts" 0 and 10 ']f5. W.1'1"; 28, 9 informing the traveling coinnunity: March2s F KOPMA5-

Dani'ii*, Kre'nlr'S a'id Cottoiades, For Sal: '. BY virtue of a r-rrf'e rnid in the above cause, Ito IC. I' that he ha*t.tken charge the t above

Brow Siirtj!' 'i ij tnd Sheeting! QAO FRKrN! ; be
Cotton? O'rnr.z! *, / \J 1'i" LallanC hitllT." Ani'lv to will exnose (for !s.ile! at. public vendue, at ,time 300 march14 D i B WOOD! & CO. on the banks of the river, where thu: JUST arrived | er brig Metarnora

Cotton Drilling asd: Tic.kinj, Feb 21 NOVa 5E, STONE & Co. Court House lont! 'lotfie! hi"liesr bidder, for cash, traveller may find a comfi-rtable and quiet restingplace I t Fancy rrifll. -E.islisb and AmericaNew

Linen and Cutfon! Ch.'ck on MONDAY ihe first day til June 'ne\t', all the FOLGF.RS Olnaiinianor All H.-alinir B.ils.im and 'thereby avoiding: t the many inconveniences style ion I very superior i Ginghams i ,

L-.___ Iriz1! i..bp'. }iri'z a'1I1 'heet th:. Oil C n jglnnc..t. ri ight, title and inN-rest of Lewi* P. :MneU and% ( 'imption, Asthma, Couzhs, Liver which they have heretofore been' !uhjt'cf ;- (China Lawns .Ir La'dles* Dresses',

Bleiched C-.tti-ri Sl rtin! and Sheeting, THE oubrilir hi* jut received from I Ihe> wife in and to [L-tts No. (j al\d'2 in Block No. I, Cornpl-ii'if', a'III'aU! diseases ot the throat and to. J JThe Ladies Fancy Dresses, in pattern, .

E\ *li
Evtra s-i.ier. ::1!llh vid! twilled Ginjliain: Pner Hruin *, Fools-.i' ;) a.id. Letter Paer;, tit<- of John; GilI-3-oie:I i d'cea,,',irsud I ,property[ V April 11 H. F. ABELL. arrives on Sunday and Wednesilay at and sin le.!

J S-i )er Cjs'rn-re d'I-3"'..>f, Dw Rool;, Journal and Ler.*, Bible*, Prayer s"ld to sitUfy an e\erutiui: i*.
Evtn : -yer; M-i.lin d' Lime, I3o ik*, etc., which he off.-rs very 1 Iw. Court, in favor of said Gorrie, noon! a j jld jment Wesii-ni Flour. at 12 o'clock A. M. The Western Mail arrive ? fancy Sun Shades and Parasols,

Ei qli* Scotch and Anvrjivn! dn.Bhck Feb 7 I F. KOPMAN. rendered on a InI'1 t' a3e.xprnted bv said Gilles 116 BBLS. ; 50 bbls. Canal', now iIund.tys.Vedlle..djy and Fricl ty. at l' o'clock; Rich Ivcrv, ard Paper; Fans,

u 'r lro1l 1'1 hl.l: a'ulli''Ir'd ci1tS, :.__ pie in hi* life. time. W JOHN LUC.VS. hndinjj, for sale by A. M ; departs; Tuesdi\s4 Thursday?and Saturdays :: Figured' Muslins, Bulzariites: and other stile

SIl'e CrJv.lt* and tY'icv llkf, For: Sah May 2, h1'' Shontf f*. Co. Apiil IS J. DAY & Co. nt 7 o'clock A. M N'Tthet! Mail arrives (iftrds. t'r Spring Dresae.

Suner Ei!Iih and Ponr e Silk IIkf, CCBBLS ME S PRK- : 20 J J !hbU No. l Molassese Tue-days, Thur d. >.* a >A l Saturdijs at S .'cl"ck.! .L-.(lit':1' Kid Walking SiBuskins! andCaiie.Do

Euli '1'31 im ri.vin Cotron hid, -.I\ 7 Mickcrel ; 2) | liM! No 2 Mackerel; 10 FrmtStt! Circuit Courts .:, ;*.).> !hil-t l arid! 23 lihd. A. M ; departs Mondays Wednesdiy- anal Fripiys black and colors! K d Slipp\" andp"
Midri* and Ver rn hed H'if", 5 bbls! Fulton Market U-ef, for iil" bvDJOGE I l Rinhael J. MIV;, Adtn'r: ot ) 21U schr. Sw-m from Havana: now lindin cargof at 12 o'clock A. M. Eo1 'ern Mail via I fi"renee.! Leghi.rn Open-work and DaU1
Lide: Colt I Hos and G. 'lt. Hf.hne- & John Lock, deceased.! ( petition for Fore. I-I Straw Bo-'netls'
.S'J"crI ,rz..iI1a. an.lV irstcd Vesting*, feb23 9 40 Water street.C v!. (I'clusur. and, Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs .Pliin striked and figured Swiss and Jar
Cotto an-lFhvThri vl. William H. Shepherd.By J J Havana : Mu11n5.Bttid' .
Segal's. TI1?thj's, Wt-dnesddYr". arid Sundiy-i at G o'clock,
PI tin and fi fl :..viin1 checked Muslins' Parfitmcry.Liwicltr virtue of a writ of fi. fa. i issued from the KCCC\ BEJT Havana Si'larZ. for ute P. M. Columbiw: Mail arrives Sunday an'd many other articles which the iab*

J iconet aid C,""?irlc M'iirss: OLONF Fl.-nd! !. Wafers, I Evtrji't Court of Franklin county, I will 4.11at by WOOD & Co, Thursdays at 6 o'clock, P. Mdeparts Tuesdays infer.da' tn "ell verv low.

N .'dl':*, Pi'i*, T.1[", hV'i":1 *. &*' ( t4, Violen I <:nine, Amv! Portugal, the City Hotel, on the first Monday in Juienet. Ai'iiN :'i'2 ViTatcrst. and Fridays at 7o'c'hck. A. Mdiiu Much 2S. F. KOPMS

; : !hive h 'en sMe"ted with sreat .c. 1S.131 ps, prestoa Salts, Otto of 1o.ei. &.: all thti Furniture levied on a* the propertv .,.1... : '_ "._ _., .. ____ ,.___ __ __.. _,_ .
I lit n.'IU die
Cofl'cc. ruimmic
New York an B'Ht.n,frflr In:)'>rterand'I care.fls Jin 21 J. C. ALLEN of Win. H Shephrd; ,( consisting of hOUI'hnld I Rio thesr-rvanH' thoroughly drilled :n their rnuii-ijf bli nt'r r Paints, Oils, and GlasS
and Cotee! from Vir-
landing brig
: kitfhen
or M 1'1"r..t''r:1 I at! HIP H vest umikef rit>a, and .__ fliniithr. of Micl i Hotel, viz :-\-fJ.? 1. 70BAGc for sale and all will use their u.'mc.st: endeavors to V UIISSON( & CLAPP
fI"Clrr re'd .It wnle ,11'! nl Cr>'):Is on Cansinulcnt. hominy Sofa, PUT and Card Tables, M iple'/Wiiid- by WHOLESALE DEALER
vt \orable
are nr on : IS the tiLe s pleas-a: t ly tn tothe-rravrll V AM> RETAIL
J pa
April DAY
I &
term* bv WM. G. POTPFR & Co.I I A SM l \LL a.* 'rtmr'f.t. ol' G".eh! ronistinjo *or and fncv Ch lit, !Ilo-lsteid Feather Bed*, C'i- A. G M I \\R-SHALL Paints; OilS, Varnilie*, Turpentine, WU''

NJ' lqr I ;. .J! Wtter 41frl'pt. JL\ C-'Sfie! : Tea l S'II ijt; Candl.'S, Toh.iCo, Mittr.i, *. i'S. Bedding, L-< kilL; Ghe, Car-ct.*: Clover Seed.A Agent ,ft'r the Pi-o ,rielor. GI.I1.. &c..

:.__ G-mp'-wl'r' Brandy &c.4 is oflered at New Oil Cloth, Limps, Candlesticks, Crockery, Glass FEW pounds ot.Lre Red Northern Clover Cha\1taJiM nE'l\fIi.ch 17. 1SIG. 12-1, Will keep consta'tty on hand a rood isSi'
10 tifl.) 'I. CIIIIt1tr.. \ .irk J Invoice prices, l>vJV Ware, &.c. &- &.c., sold to satisfy a judgment of Seed, for sale by ment MIXED PAi>Ts of AH clcrstet'4
2') do Ne O.l.\. to arrive lH: r NOllR R STONE foreclosure rendered in sJid .' Sotlchh V
v s u'ir. 1 & CO* catn April 11. F. ABEL. Saii' Boats! Shipping and Plantation' use;tt gelh#*
10 J s ick* Ri'. Coffee ; 5'J do Java, JOHN LUCAS, : RESTAURAUT, BILLIARD AND READING 4 Variety ofanicles in the painting linvW J
4 r'*p* Hvsm Ten, For Sale 1hy 2, 181G. SieritTF.. C. Congress Spring Water RdOM, rnerotufo mention.! "

4) bvs Armnalic Tobaco, QA BOXES R..ofig, PI ite, 11 I by 20. JUST received per s hr. LeRoy and ft.r sale by Corner Commerce and Centre Streets. Hou-e, Sign, and Sleara Boat Painhn.1'

50 Mclf.d di. Brown* and Lbh)' A\J 3) d'rin do 1.3 X, Btiiig and ROI1C. 'h 1 J. C. ALLEN. Glazing, done with, neatness and de.pat h,

2i; S ern C t'idIs: .") ) h\* brown Soap! 5'" bdh:! Sheet Iron, No !l'l lo 2t!), 100 1 PCS Kentucky H.IIII: -- fcY R; RAIMOND. moderate prices fnr rash

10) hizs Sot ; 5:)1ez P..vvdrfr, Braxiers' and Sheethinu Cosui, r, 100 coils 1 Ro-e ; 30 pc. He-'.*hn OIUtrtQ% i'Shlp1 2-. Water street,ApaJadlCO i

Ztb s LIItI ciA-4 Linseed Oil, Blck Tin, Lead, Iron and Tin'd Bivets, 4 bales Having: Twie fur sale by THE subscribers re'.Jec.tulty inform I their OYSTERS -Fried Broiled; Roasted, Stewed, Jan. 10, IS15.
2J ) ken W.ute 14a:1t1. No I. F.ra and Pure. D'f.ke' Rlr:, Bar I Iron, Hoop Iron, WM. G. PORTER & Co. V >nd, and the public that"they have taken Pickled and in the Shell.

For .ile by W. G. PORTER & Co. N til Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and retail .Nl'lv'2! 41 Wtt'-rQfppt.: i into partnership Mr V EUGENE W. ROGFRS. WELSH RAREBlTfSi Iron, Nails, Ac. .

Nov 2'J 41 Water street. by V OnBOXKS CHARLES ROGERS & Co. POACHED J EGGS: sub-scribers have on hand and fot *
Nov PiOBERTS ALLEN & Co.Flavo11rJ. consigunicut April 7, 1846. THE
nIRD.SUPPER3.o all' and retail low fur CM!*-.
Siar. : ; New Bedford '
HHDv 10' 0 fur sale low for\ Cah, Sperm Candles, received, a few cases or fashionable white Private Supper Rooms. 20 tons as orteil Iron ; SJ( kees aborted '\
9 X Dry Ne.v Oi leans; 20 r; hhd.:. sr- Waters. hy JUST
; LUNCH (
HOT SO
from 11 tn t. kegs Spikes and Cut
every day Wrought ,
0 \%TM. T. on consignment, for *al wholesale
nnor St. Croix in stri for 1-tJ 1 le WOOD or
by irlment jmt t received, and for -sale hy Families and visitors with Sheet and Boiler Iron.
Oysters
AN retail supplied by
Nov
20 hy
March 7 J DAY & Co. AI Wir.T; street. MILLER & Co.
29 J. C. ALLK.N
: Drutri t. he barrel
: May 2 47 Water street. ( or gallon. March 14 HflnowVatt', a general assortment,
-- 111rlaliscs. Per Octavia from New Orleans Sugar and Coldreh At"t1t'1.

LS.1\. O. Muldsscs, for sale hy T JLX> 'ECEIVBD p.T ship Huron, from Havre', a U ECfIVJ( :D ,a* above a choice: selection! of Notice. V Lumber. Cook! and Parlor.Siove9.Sad Irons,

I, 50 March 7 J., DAY & Co bral tl few 1 pair of, French.Boots( made by the eel. lL Family Groceries .and Provision's ; also, a CASH wanted for BU"idry accounts 'of ,long TUST :.received SO.OUU Yellow Pine LtimJ -V Blacksmith's Tools,Hardware

Hurter. "r're.h 'supply of Spring and Summer Clothing :, All persons'interekd ,will take ber assorted qualities., Alo, onr hand JMJ.OOO Britannia and Jappand Wares ,Brass AFire w

Saddlery for Sale at Cost aiC1iarcs. ides March 7 MILLER & Co. made- up in the-latest style, fur Rate by due'notice and govern! 'I thenWlve' accordingly, or feet White P npa.i "Irted from f to 2 inch, which Dogs Shovel and Tongs, '

GIBSON & CLAPP, I will-.duti them personally. will be sold low 'for the cash, bvPETER Ho. ks and Thimblet.JJocks.Pnmp B<*rf. .

Garden Seeds. March 21 2 2 Wjtpr street. March 28 V PE PER HOBART. V HOBART. Merlin Spun Yarn Manilla and Hemp,(rtf
\VING on hand an artm'mt of Sidd '
fresh received and for -
H Bidles, &:. &c I will di<;>ose cf them as WARRANTED just J. C. ALLEN Wauled ta Purchase for,Cash. BThgiflgVflfld- '.R' pe. Ny Lum'bertill' bo delivered from the yard Anchors, Pitch OakurnTar, Coal!Tar BOllI''
V V V V after this d' te unles paid lor written order Turpentine. Sperm and Linseed Oil,
or a
*"abors: fir cash. Jan. NEGRO ,BOY from 13 to 20 of 9J
24 Druggist. years age 'PCS. heavy ,Louisville Man & .
A very
450' : I from a responsible 'per on. "l\1ar li .' Paints and .Rieging and PuoMatts "
28
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0,1 hand a fine Buggy and Harness, .which will --1-;----. _.. suitable for taking care of a horse and Co. Baggifl*; 300 coils'lle' Rope; ,,-
-
"beio1aforeaih. $ > I -200 roll for ale waiting in the hous Apply to **VV f V Pumps and Buckets'-
BAGGING by for sale by:. : EDARwantedby V, V Tin and She .
Much 29 HOBART. D. B, WOOD & CO.) mchU WOOD & CO, 32 Water-st March 7 V C V Iron \W, v A/'A
J.-DAY & Go. marcbU ,
I V.. D, B.. WOOD.'&.CO. V March 14 )toBEIrrslALLENV&. "'



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