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ritatnes Birec~tos*

Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chals. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,,
April 7, 1846. Atralachicola, Fa.
S. Davenport,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water-street,
Apalachicola, Fa.
fy- Liberal Advances made on consignments
to my friends in New Orleans, New York or
Liverpool. April, 1846.
H. F. Abell,
WIOLES&ALE AND RETAIL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Also-A general assortment of Statinery.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
April 11 Analachicola, Fa.
H. D. Darden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 20, 1845. Analachicola. Fa.
B. F. Nourse,- H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
novel A,)alachicola, Fla.
Benj anain Salter,
COiMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dod. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


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


JiEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MER CHANTS,
1 No. 52 Water street,
Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fa.
h3 Also, Agents for the" _EtnaInsurance Co."
the Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart-
ford Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.
Ls. Fred. E. Dn las,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Dee 6, lS4t. I Apalachicola, Fa.
Harper & Holines,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
./1gents. for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of jN'ew York,
No. 51 Water street,
Nov 1,1815. Apalachicola, F.


Wmn. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
Nov 29 Apalaohicola, Fa.
Wm. T. Wood,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,


IlcKay & Hartslhorne,
COMMISSIONN MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Florida.


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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.


VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1846. [NUMBER 3


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"Bear it like a man, Tom.-remember,! i
you never gave it up yet!" t
Yes massa, but de Lor! dis beats all." f
Tom., 1 say, bear it like a man!" I
The cap was now drawn over Tom.'s f
woolly head. It was a moment ol awful sus- (
pense-the crowd of thousands held their r
breaths-a short prayer was offered up-and
the fittal cord was cut! Down dropped the
'drop,' and down dropped Tom.!
"Well, if dat wasn't a letle de hardest t
jerk eber dis nigger had !" exclaimed Tom., f
as he stood on the ground-the cord having
broken.
You're my prisoner, sir!" said the sher- c
iff, laying his hand on Tom.'s shoulder. i
"Yes-I[ wus afore 1 wus hung!" said
Tom., with a grin.
"You're not hung yet-we'll get another
rope, and try it again."
In vain Tom. protested. He thought he
had already taken his chance, but the sen-
tence was read to him, to be hunr lby the (
neck until he should be "-ead," and he was
urged to submit without further parley.
Dr. Jenkins felt his pulse, and declared that
he really was not yet "dead," and the sheriff
could not disregard the advice of so distin- *
guished a medical gentleman.
At length a new rope was brought.
"Come, Tom." said the Squire, "go up
again, Tom.-that's a good fellow."
Well, mass, I'll go up for you, if you
ses so, but 1 won't for none ob de rest, no
bow."
The editor whispered to a bystander, that
remark was decidedly original, and made a
"mem." of it in his note book.
Tom. was swung off ag'-in-and the rope
didn't break. He was cut down. after a
while, examined by the doctor and pro-
nounced to be "dead." So the law was
satisfied.
It was a scene at once thrillingly anima-
ling," said the editor, in hisnext paper, "and
inconceivably imposing, besides being in the
highest degree impressive, and no doubt its
salutary influence will long be felt in every
ramification of society, restraining the im-
petuous, and affording to all a useful com-
mentary on the stern justice of the laws,
whose majesty had been violated, and is now
so signallyvindicated. The crowd lingered
round tlhe spot for some hours after the bo-
dy had been taken away."
Tomin.'s body passed to the dissecting
room of Dr. Jenkins, where it suffered the
unkindest cat of all.
Two yeats after, the village newspaper
contained lthe following paragaaph:
Our readers will, doubtless, recollect that
Black Tom. protested to the last his inno-
cence of the murder comrmitied on the Cold
Spring road. We observe by an Ohio pa-
per, that a man has been arrested in that
State, for some offence, and has confessed
tht lie committed the murder. We regret
that Tom. suffered, as it appears he was re-
ally innocent. The breaking of the rope
was evidently Providential but was not inter-
preted correctly at the lime. Circumstan-
tial evidence is not, alifter all, to be relied on
in all cases."
SOUTHERN CHARACTERISTICS.
In 1806, nearly forty years since, I was
in a hardware house in Philadelphia, and as
salesman to the establishment, paid off bills
to many of the western merchants of that
day, Kentucky and Tennessee at that pe-
riod comprehending the larger share of
purchasers from the West. Among these
was a firm who did business at Louisville,
genuine specimens of the Kentuckians of
those days. The partners transacted a hea-
vy business and besides their regular mer-
cantile dealings had a fund of five to ten
thousand dollars laid aside for. gambling
purposes alone. When one of the firm
went east, they drew on this fund from one-
third to one-half of what they needed for
settling up in Philadelphia. Either party
as hlie wanted money, took it from the draw-
er without making any entry of it, and if
the desk was empty, got it from his part-
ner's pocket-book, without offering or ex-
pecting to return it. Some yearsafterwards
1 saw the junior partner of the firm in Pitts-
burg, and learned from him that they had
dissolved partnership, and conversing on
the subject of their business with a friend in
that city, familiar with their affairs, he said,
"I will tell you the history of their dissolu-
tion, it will amuse you." He did this in
these words:
P-, the senior partner,, was getting
old and rather tired of business, and pro-
posed to his partner that he shoui,. buy him
out, offering to receive thle amount of his
share in four instalments. The partner
agreed to tile measure and the etrms, and
being in some respects a business man,
commenced taking an inventory of the goods.
'\What's the use of taking ;n n,'count of
stock,' said P. 'we had about $6,000 worth
when I laid in tie lIst spring's goods, and
my bills then were $12,000, and I guess we
htve sold about 10,000 dollars' worth out.


since, what will you give for the balance 1'
' Why,' said the parter, 'I suppose there is
as much stock now on hand, almost, as
I here was when we bought it'-meaning that
the sales were three-fourths profit, and had
not therefore much lessoned the amount of
goods on hand-'and I will give you 6,000
dollars for your share, and settle off the
debts in Philadelphia.' 'No,' said P. with
an oath, 'it would not be fair for me to take
that. You give me $4,000 and it is a bar-
gain.' The agreement was made on that
basis, and P. received his money before the
first year was through. Those were golden
d(lays for store keepers. Eight or ten years'
business sufficed then to make a merchant
rich; and a failure in business was never
known. Another incident will serve further
to illustrate the off-hand business character
of the south-west. A merchant in Missis-
sippi, during a day's business in which lihe
had been crowded with customers, sold a
saddle of the value of forty dollars, but had


neglected to make the charge. Nei lday
he missed the saddle and recolletad the
act of the sale, but not the individual who
had bought it. After racking hist me
or some time to no purpose, fiedirect i
clerk Jim to turn his ledger alphabetI
read off the W's, then the S's, the B'1at
C's, and other letters in successio, all to
no purpose. Tired out with the enfla|
exercise, and as the readiest way ofsettiltg
he difficulty, 'Jim,' said he, 'cbarw a
saddle to every one of the customers. This
was accordingly done. When the planters
had got their cotton in, and settling time
came runnd, the hills were presented, and
if occasionally one man more prudent than
his neighbors, went through the drudgey
of examining a long list of sundries, got b
different members of the family, he might
possibly discover a saddle which they had
not got. or one more liut they had got, and
objecting to the item it would be struck oet
of course, alleging there was some miatake6
When all the accounts had been settled up,
-Well, Jim,' said the store-keeper, *hor
many customers paid you for that saddle?'
Jim examined, and reported thirty-one.-
'Little enough,' exclaimed his employer,
I for the trouble we have had to find out
who got it.'
1 give these stories as examples, aet of
dishonesty in dealers of the south-4or there
is as little dishonesty there as anyw! but
to point out a trait in human nature, that
where money is readily made it is usually
not taken care of. Who in the north Or
east would pay an item of forty dollars,
witbout examining the bill which embraced
it ?-[Cist's Advertiser.
[From the Western Contineat ]
MAJ. JONE'S FIRST GLASS SODA WATER.
After gwine up as far as Youtaw street,
and takin' a look at the Youtaw Hotel,
what's bout as big as Noah's ark, 1 crossed
over on other side of the street, looking
along at one thing and another til I get
most down to Charles street. By this time-
I begun to be monstrous dry, and as I'd
heard tell a good deal about the sody walter
what they have in the big cities, 1 thought
I'd try a little at the fast place whar they
sold it. Well, the first doctor's shop I cuam
to had a sody water sign up, and in I weat
to ait sum.
Ses 1, I want a drink ofyersody water?"
What kind of syrup will you have?"
ses he putting' his hand oo a bottle of no-
lasses.
"I don't want no syrup," ses 1, "1 want
sody water."
Ahl," ses he, you want extra soda."
And with that he tuck a glass and put
sum white stuff in it, and then held it under
the spout till it was full, and handed it to
me.
I put it to my head and pulled away at it,
but I never got such a everlasting dose be-
fore in all my life. I got three or bfour swal-
lers down before I begun to taste the dratred
stuff, and you may depend it liked to killed
me right ded in my tracks. It tuck the
breath clean out of me, and when 1I cum to
myself, my tongue felt like it wn foil of
needles, and my stummick like 'd w'il-
lered a pint of frozen soap suds, and the
tears was running out of my eyesin stream.
1 draped the glass and sported ie rest
out of my mouth quicker'n lightniol btbe.
fore I could git breth to speak tothe-lhp
what was standing behind the coutiter; ste-
in at me with all his might, he iad me.- I
wasn't well.
Well! thunder and lightning," ses 1,
do you want to pisen mo-to dethandthen
ax me if I'm well" ,
Pisen !" ses he.
Yes," ses I. "pisen! I ax'd yoa for
some sody water and you give me a dose
bad enough to kill a hoss."
"I gin you nothing but plain sody"smap
he.
Well," ses I, "if that's what ypucall
sody water, I'll be dadfetch'dif I try sany
more of it. Why, its worse nor (aoin tr-
nip juice, stew'd down six gallons intoa pit,
cooled off in a snow-bank and mixed w4ha
harrycane."
Just then some bilin hot steam om-ep
into my throte, that liked to blow' out by the roots.
Ses he, "maybe you ain't ueed to drink-
in it without syrup."
** No," ses I, "and what's more, I never
will be."
"Its much better with eassyparilla or
gooseberry syrup," ses be. ** Will you try
some with syrup ?"
"No [ thank you," ses I, and I paid him
a thrip for the dose I had and put out.
A WOMAN'S ADVANTAGES.-A woman
may s;ay what she hkes to you without the
risk of getting knocked down for it. "
She can take a snooze after dinner, while
her husband has to go to work.
She can dress herself in neat and tidy
calicoes for a dollar, while a man has to
fork over at least forty to get a respectable
suit.


She can go forth into the streets without
being invited to treat at every coffee bouse.
She can paint her face if too pale, r our
it if it be too red.
She can stay at home in .time of war,
and wed again if her husband is killed. '
She can wear corsets if too thick,, oiker
" fixing" if too thin. ,
She can ea,, drink and be merry, wtdut
its costing her a peony. .
She can get divorced from br husaa;d,
whenever she sees any one she likes better.
She can run in debt, aod make her hus-
had pony up the cash.
And t: can wear shoes, while her hws-
baud has to tug to get his boots O0.
"Out West," a fellow says #1a brtlesba
a young lady is intended to answer t de pr-
pose of a tail to a kite. Its object'i to k.ep,
the giddy thing steady."


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


APOSTROPHE TO DEATH.
z Y JULIAN CRAMER.
I fear thee not-oh death ?
Thou stealest near me with so noiseless tread
That I scarce feel thy presence, and thy wing
Around me with so soft a touch is spread
That thou mayst crush me while of life I sing!
And still I fear thee not-for I and thou
Have met before, and I have scanned thy face
Till every feature is familiar: now
I greet thee with a friend's unfeigned embrace.
I fear thee not-oh death !
Thou hast no power save o'er this feeble frame-
Do with it as thou wilt! From dust I came,
And unto dust returning, yield my breath,
And lay me down to sleep and be forgot-
(Alas how frail a thing is human fame.!)
But then I conquer ; from that dust I'll spring
Upward towards Heav'n, on an untiring wing-
And so, I fear thee not!
TIME.
Thb're is a silent river,
The rolling river Time.
In summer's rosy blushes,
In hoary winter's rime
It floweth, floweth, floweth,
In whatsoever clime.
And well trimm'd harks are sailing
Upon its silent tide :
WVith golden riches laden
The little vessels glide ;
And Faith, and Love, and Action
And Hope are side by side.
And oh, a host of others
Compose the little fleet.
Now soon the waves are heaving,
Now wide the waters beat;
Gray vmists steal o'er the waters,
The mournful mists of Fate.
The polar-star grows dimmer ;
The scatter'd vpasels driven;
All wide in disappointment
Unto the waves are given,
And Fahth alone remaineth
.To bear the soul to Heaven.


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


I. D. BUGBEE. HARGROVE HOWARD
Bugbee & Howard,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Block,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola,'Fa.


H. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLAYTON, Barbour County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf


Samuel SchiIffer.
WHOLESALE AND RE FAIL GROCER,
ry- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
dee20 Apalachicola, Fla.
Joel W. Perry,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Dec 20 Apalachicola, Fa.


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


REMOVAL.
W. G. M. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1845.
A. G. Semmnes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
C- Office, .No. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


J. 21. & J. MI. Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. APALACHICOLA, FA.
David G. Hancy,
COMMISSION& FORWARDINGMERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.


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


Nov 5. Iv


Apalachicola, Fa.


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


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


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


[From the Papers of the late John Brown.]
THE EXECUTION OF BLACK TOM.
Squire Wilkinson, in Fairview, was one
of the most respectable citizens. He had
settled there in early times, and thus had
become possessed of property, which had
so risen in value thiiu hli the entet)rise and
efforts of others, that he found himself, in
lime, one of the richest men in the place.
In the course of human events he had been
Postmaster, Justice of the Peace, and, fi-
nally. Prothono'ary of the county. In adl-
dition to this, his daughter, Kesiah, had a
pie-ano, and his only son had been sent to
the W\Vest Point Academy, (from which,
liowever, hlie had been expelled) so that the
Squire considered himself so important a
personage as to be entitled to wear a cane,
and to set it down emphatically as hlie trod
the village pavement. I might remark, fur-
ther, that the Squire had been talked of for
Congress, but nothing came of it-still it
was something to be named in connexion
with so great a dignity.
The Squire Ihad a negro man-black
Toom-who had been bound as a servant to
him when very young, and whom lie had
reared up in the fear of his own august self
-though lie feared very little e ls,, human
or divine. Tom was one of the rarest nig-
gers ever born-played the fiddle-danced
juh,--snog the oddest kind of songs-stole
every thing hlie could lay his hands on, ma-
iaging not to be found out-and, in short,
was considered by some a fellow of great
mirth, and by others an arrant knave.
An accident happened one night to the
Squire's wife's aunt Polly, who resided
within a short distance of the town. Some-
body had killed her, and stolen all her mo-
ney, but nobody could tell who did it. The
village was in a ferment, and every body
was speculating upon the outrage, and giv-
ing out opinions as to what ought to be done
with the murderer and thief, if he could be
caught.
There never had been a man hung in
Fairview, and everybody wanted to witness
an execution.
In a week or two some circumstances oc-
curred to fix suspicion on poor Tom, and
he was arrested. An examination was had
before the Chief Burgess, which resulted
in the committing of Tom to jail, to "stand
his trial." Now, the trial was just what
Tom couldn't stand at all; for when it came
on, the circumstantial evidence was so
strong, that Tom was convicted, despite the
efforts of the ablest counsel.
A day was fixed for the election. A gal-
lows had been erected in an old open field,
on a hill near the town-seats were arranged
for the spectators-booths erected to fur-
nish refreshmnents-and the most distin-
guished preparations made for a most glo-
rious display. The Judge who sentenced
Tom, had remarked that the scene of his
death would be an impressive warning to
others"-and they had all come to witness
it; for the crowd was greater than ever was
seen, even on a training day.
Tom was taken in a cart to the place of
execution. The Squire, his old master, was
there. I must not. omit to remark, that the
editor ol the "Sentinel of Freedom and
Democratic Standard, and Fairview Gen-
eral Advertiser," (for the paper had recent-
ly been enlarged,) was also there, and oth-
ers without number were there.
The calm, blue heaven was without a
cloud, and the bright sun was reflected from
Tom's ebony forehead, as he made a few
"remarks," still asserting his inndeence,
but declaring himself "prepared" for the
solemn occasion. The editor was observed
to note Tom's observations, and the preach-
er clasped his hands, and shut his eyes,
while Dr. Jenkins wns visibly agitated,
even to the taking of a huge pinch of snuff.
The feelings of Squire Wilkinson-who
can tell.
At length the noose was adjusted.
"Tom.," said the Squire.
"Sir ?"


Advances.
T HE Subscribers continue to mak advances on
Cotton consigned to their friends at Liver-
pool, Havre, New York and Boston,
D. B. WOOD & Co.
Dec 5 29 Water street. '


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


Lockihart & Yonng,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla,


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


WM. W. SIMS. WIV. W. CHEEVER.
Sims & Claeever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
r- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


Advances.
HE subscribers continue, as hereto are, 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.
HE subscribers as Agents for the Bank of
Brunswick,are prepared to purchase bills on
New York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or
Charleston, and check on New York in sums t(,
suit purchasers.
Nov 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co.

LUMBER INSPECTOR-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for Franklin County, offers his services to the
public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining tosaid appointment. He may
be fund at 22 Water street.
March 28 JAMES GIBSON.


Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.


T. J. SANFORD. M. M. BUTT.
Sanford & Butt,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 36 Water Street,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.
Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 31 Water street.
Dec 13 Apalachicola, Fa.


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


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


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


Edward McCully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
No. 9 Columbus Block,


Wm. H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.
Win. I1. Kimbrough & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. 1, 1845.


Nov 29


Apalachicola, Fa.


WVashiington County.
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
ILL be sold on the second Monday in Sep-
tember next, (14th) at the Court-house
door, at Roache's Bluff, in Washington county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following pro-
perty, to wit:
Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lying
in Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of
the estate of Jacob A. Blackwell, and to be sold
for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of
-- Blackstone, and to be sold for the taxes
for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes'
Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, forly acres of land, lying on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to
be sold for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing in Holmes' Valley, levied on as the property
of Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for
the year 1845.
the year 1845. JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff,
and ex-officio State Tax Collector.
March 28, 1846. 13-6m


Thomas Preston,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
APALACHICOLA, Fa.
Office, No. 45, corner Water and Chestnut streets,
upstairs.-Entrance on Chestnut street.
Oct. 25, 1845. 6mn


Apilachicola. Fa.


Nov 29.


AnBERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
S Dodge & Pratt,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,


Roberts, Allen & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS IN TIN, IRON, COPPER,
BRASS, &c.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
Hardware, Stoves, Britannia and Japaned Wares,
Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Grate Bars,
Sugar Kettles and Mills. and other
Castings; Ship Chandlery,&c.
Oct. 25, 1815. APALACHICOLA, Fa


N v.22


Apalachicola, Fa.


J HAMMOND.


D. B. Wood & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
Nov.1,1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
Thtos. L. Mlitchel,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
SNo. 37 Water street,
Nov. -1,1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


WILLIAM DICKEY.


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


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


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


Myers & HlitcUhel,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S No. 36 Water-street,
/1v i5, Apalachicola, Fa.


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


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ALVA Witt, WM. A. McKENZIE.
S Wylie& MIcLKenile,
C0mM'ISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
e1t. I,145. Apalachicola, Fa.


H. R% WOOD.


P. W. CULLEN.


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


Wood & eo.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION,
MERCHANTS,
No. 32, Water street,
Nov. 1,1845. Apalachic6la, Fa.
'Liberal advances made on consignments.
The strictest attention paid to Sales oat Doors.
Sales at Store every Saturday,.


Michael A. lyersq
AUiBTIONEER AND COMMISSION
N o MERCHANT,
No. 36, Water street,
"Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


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20 BASKETS London Club Champagne
0\J 5000 Regalia Segars, for sale by
April 4 B. S. HAWLEY.


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lrousitonal 'Voncesi.


I usness ziurectorp.


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





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[From the Southern Quarterly Review, for April.]
TO THE LITERARY PUBLIC AND THE
PATRONS OF THE SOUTHERN QUAR-
TERLY REVIEW.
The present is the fifth year of the pub-
lication of this Review, it having existed for
a longer period than any similar work ever
published at the South, and longer than
any of o-lr monthly periodicals, except the
Southern Literary Messenger. It has a
circulation of two thousand subscribers,
widely scattered over every section of the
South and South West, aud, to some ex-
tent, in the Northern States. Established
at a period of great commercial embarrass-
ment, and continued down to the present
time, through an interval of general de-
pression in the monetary affairs of thecoun-
try, it has been only a strong conviction of
the importance and necessity of such a work
at the South, pervading all, and especially
the higher classes of society, which has
enabled us to sustain it with a good degree
of vigor. The extensive encouragement af-
forded to the foreign periodicals, republished
at a cheap rate in this country, and to the
lighter and cheaper literature of the day,
has operated also somewhat against the suc-
cess of a work, gotten up in a superior
style of typographical execution, and pub-
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tention to a matter so essential to the pros-
perity of the work.
We would now say to the literary public
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ed efforts, by its friends and supporters, to I
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scribers is an excellent beginning, but if
liberal rewards are to ht paid to writers for
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tlemen at the South, every where to aid us, 4
by such personal efforts as they can bestow,
in obtaining a still wider, more encouraging
and permanent patronage. "
NAVAL..-The U. S. Ship John Adams
arrived at this port on Thursday morning
last. 13 days from the Brazes Santiaigo, at t
which place she left Commodore Conner ;
with his Squadron, consisting of the Frig-
ates Cumberland, Potomac '4nd Karitan,
Ship St. Mary's and Brig Sneers. On the
15th the Brig Lawrence lay seven or eight
miles farther dawn, blockading the entrance v
of the Rio Bravo. She brings nothing la- -
ter than previously received.- ,r
[ Pensacola Gazette.
MORE VOLUNTEERtS.--In accordance with J
the proclamation of the Governor, announc- c
mg a requisition from the War Department L
for five companies from Florida, we learn
that our esteemed fellow-townsman, .David e
S. Walker, Esq., is now organizing a corn- T
)any of volunteers. Some twenty have al- b
ready enrolled themselves, and we doubt not t
lhe full complement will shortly be obtained.
We cannot say whether or no our friend a
Walker claims any kin to the gallant Sam gi


of that name-but we do know he will ren-
der a good account of himself, whenever r
opportunity is offered.-[ Talla. Sentinel.

VOLUNTIKEES ir EAST FLORIDA.-The 11
Jacksonville News of the 2"2d ulh. says, that b
K. G. Livingston, Esq., of Alachua county, <
- has entered upon the task of raising a bat- d
alion of mounted riflemen for the volunteer
corps upon the Rio Grande, and has already P
obtained one hundred naines upon the roll. q
MIr. Ossian Hart, of Jacksonville, has like- ,
wise commenced the formation of another
battalion."
Hurrah for East Florida! and honor to "
our friends Livingston and Hart for "setting It
he ball in motion." Our young state by ^
uch evidences of public spirit and patriot- h
sm, will put to silence and shame, the im- tI
putations which it has been the fashion to
hrow upon her. In proportion to her C
neans, she will eclipse all her sisters, it
[ Tallahassee Sentinel. it

ECCLISIASTICAL.-At a called meeting ofb
he Presbytery of Florida, held on the 3 0th
nd 31st ult., the Rev. Joshua Phelps was
stalled pastor of the Presbyterian Church, e,
Quincy, Florida.
. The Rev. Wm. Neil preached the install-

tion sermon. The Rev. James Woods rr
Zave the charge to the pastor, and Rev.
William P. Buell, gave the charge to.the ei
)eolile. A
The Rev Mr. Neil was also received from
be Presbytery of East Hanover, as a mem-
er of the Presbytery of Florida.- o!
[ Tallahassce Sentinel.


sword to his fors only %hen he had no longer
n, a force of bis own to respect it. That he
F- shooed have met the consideration due a
y; prisoner of war, is cause neither of praise
D, 'nor astonishment. There being no officer
f, of equal rank for whom he could be ex-
rs -changed, he was detained a prisoner of war.
e. As his remaining in the American camp
r. must necessarily be 'attended with chagrin
h and pain, lie was sent to this city and allow.
e ed to go at large upon the parole of a sol-
t, dier. He is now here. Gen. Taylor had
it every reason to know that his countrymen
is would extend to a brave man, captured at
d his post, every attention which an admiration
)r of courage might dictate; but he knew also
i- that the captive of a stricken field is without
h the maeans of relieving himself from the an-
rs noyances of pecuniary want in a hostile
V' country. He gave Gen. La Vega a letter
t. of credit upon his merchants in this city.
a- He could not brook the thought that a Gen-
a- oral who had engaged him in the field of
is chivalry should be pinched by want amongst
a- strangers, and he generously opened his
e- purse to the only field officer of the enemy
in who stood to his arms as long as there was
a- a soldier to assist him.
e- It is conduct like this that teaches us
id that the moloch of war is not wholly a devil.
a- Glory is not always arrayed in garments of
;y crimson. The displays of chivalry are not
t. confined to the consuming sword. As much
s, as we are are proud of the achievements of
ie Gen. Taylor in battle, we are equally so of
n his noble bearing towards a fellow-soldier in
Dr misfortune. Whilst the American army is
ht led by such an officer, its arms will not be
l, sullied in the hour of peril nor its character
)f assailed when the day is woo. The coun-
;- try is safe in such hands. The wisdom
ts which directs her legions will temper the
y courage of her soldiers by examples of corn-
i.- mending generosity. A war conducted up-
on the precepts of an exalted civilization
d will leave none of the bitterness of barba-
it rous strife behind it. Victories achieved in
)f the name of patriotism, unmixed with baser
y impulses, will not be4 sullied by cruelties,
d The legitimate ravages of war are desolating
d indeed; but the ruthlessness of the soldiery
n sometimes makes them more terrible.--
y There is no dread of this whilst our forces
s are commanded by a soldier who presents
. to his army an example of courage in the
s, crash of battle, and of manly generosity
. when the field is won.-[N. 0. Picayune.

s CAPT. SAMUEL H. WALKER.
This officer is one of those rare spirits
" which a stale of war will bring out from our
citizen soldiers. His late unequalled con-
. flict with the Mexicans, in which he lost
d nearly every man under his command, and
r his daring heroism in cutting his way to
SOen. Taylor's camp, have excited in the
s public mind a strong desire to know more
s of him. He is tlie same gentleman so fre-
J quently and honorably spoken of in Gene-
r ral Green's journal of the Mier expedition.
a He is a native of Washington city, from
Y whence he went into the Florida war, where
in several campaigns he distinguished him-
" self by his intrepid bravery. In 1842 lie
t went to Texas, and during the invasion of
that republic by Gen. Woll, he whs marked
, for his bold 3nd daring conduct. After the
.Mexican General had retreated from San
Antonio and when he lay upon the Rio Hon.
do, Walker and Capt. McCullough crawled
through his camp one night and spied out
his position, and the next day, with the gal-
lant Hays, led the attack upon his relr
guard. He then joined the celebrated ex-
r petition against Mier, and on the morning
of that sanguinary battle with three others
-being the advance scout of the Texans
-was taken prisoner and carried with his
hands tied behind him to the headquarters
of Gen. Ampudia. The Mexican general
questioned him as to the Texan forces, and
when Walker informed him that the Texans
had only three hundred men, Ampudia pom-
pously replied, "Does that audacious hand-
ful of men presume to follow me into this
strong place and attack me ?P" "4 Yes," says
Walker, make yourself content upon that
subject, General, they will follow you into
hell, and attack you there." He was, with
his comrades, then marched a prisoner to
the city of Mexico.
At Salado, with the lamented Capt, Cam-
eron and Dr. Bremen, he led the attack up-
on the guards, overpowered them, and
marched for Texas, when, after eating up
all their horses and mules, and living forI
days upon their own urine, surrendered to
the Mexican Generals Mercier and Ortago.
He was again marched to Salado, where
with his comrades, he was made to draw in
the celebrated black bean lottery, and every i
tenth man was shot. Those that remained t
of (he Texans were marched to the castle
of Perote and the city of Mexico. Here,
while working on the streets in that city, he I
was struck by a Mexican corporal for not
working faster, when with his spade he t
knocked dowu the. corporal, which caused


the guards to beat him nearly to death.
His life was a long time despaired of, and t
upon his recovery, he, with two comp:n- d
ions, scaled the walls of his prison after 0
nightfall, and made his way to Texas, over
a distance of more than a thousand mi!es.
Before, however, they got out of the coun- J
try, they were twice more imprisoned; and J
each time effected their escape. When he '
reacehd Texas again, be joined Capt. Hays. t
who, with fifteen others, nrmed with Colt's c
repeating pistols, fought 96 Cumanches, and c
defeated them, leaving 36 killed upon the 5
ground. Here Walker was run through '"
the body with a Cumanche spear, and his b
life again despaired of. We now hear of
him with 70 Texans, attacking 1,500 Mexi- c
cans, and all perishing in the battle but him- 't
self and six others; and then, to crown his s
wonderful life of daring, he cut his way, is
single handed, into Gen. Taylor's camp from F
Point Isabel. t
To such men Texas is indebted for her ,t
emancipation from Mexico. Few as they
are, they have won her liberty, and have
miraculously maintained it fot ten years
against all the boasted power of Mexico.- tl
[N. Y. Globe. a


Tar NATIONAL FAIM.-That Nad*Wl
Intelligencer, of the 25h inst., says: "The \T
President and his lady. together with the
other ladies of his family, and accompanied
by the Secretary of War, the Postmaster
General, and the Attorney General, visited
the National Exhibition of Manufacturas O
Saturday last, and spent an hour or two in
viewing the vast and varied display of A.
merican skill and industry there gathered
together. The President expressed him.
self highly gratified, as be certainly most
have been much impressed, if not surprised,
by the extent and beauty of the oabibition."
FAILURE OF THE COMMERCIAL BANK.
The Macon Messenger, brought as the
news of the failure of the Commercial Bank
of Macon, by last night's malls We bad
hoped that we should nsevr record the fai-
lure of another bank in out State. We
had hoped that the coucentratioa of so
much villainy aun scouadrelism could not
combine again to swindle the people of
Georgia out of their honest gains. We
have never known a more deliberate attempt
to defraud the various branches of industry
than the failure of this Bank. It isashame,
if the citizens of Georgia will quietly bear
up under these accumulations of wrong nod
injustice. There is a remedy We "a"n
not say that we are surprised athis failure.
It has long since been prediirf by our
people, who have time and again refused to
receive her bills. They had seen a few of
those who were the managers of this hosti-
tion, figure prominently Iu the affairs of the
Ocmulgee Bank and other kindfred istitU-
tions in Macon. There was J stockholder
of this Bank who the people dFoorgia had
honored with the judicial robes,' lie too,
has fallen from his high estate, and it is nowr
said he disavows having owned any stock in
the institution, though his name was given
to the public without any protest on his
part.
It is due the public to say, that the Mer-
chant's Bank of Macon, over which, Gen,
H. H. Tarver presides, is considered sound
to the core.-[Albany (Ga.) Courie.
OP We take the following extract from
a correspondence of the N. 0. Picayune,
dated Fort Polk, May 18, giving an ac-
count of the last "cute" adventure of the
heroic Walker:-
I am pleased to see the notice which you
take of the "gallant Walker." Many of
his daring adventures remain unknown, or
at least untold. Thee "culiss" one came
off during the second battle, when having,
his horse shot under him. he fell and feigned
all the agonies of a mortal wound, and when
his adversary came upon him to despatch
him with a lance, and strip him, Walker
used his revolver with effect, jumped on fhe
fellow's horse, and I" went ahead."
IMPRISONIND A SLAVE.-It will be recol-
lected that Juring the visit of W. B. Hodg-
son, Esq., and family at the Noirth, last
summer, a meddlesome Abolitionist, by the
name of Hudson, inveigled away his servant
woman, and had her placed in jail for the
avowed purpose of persuading her to leave
his service. The girl was brouglhpo writ
of habeas corpus, and declaring her unwil-
liogness to be free, was discharged. She
then sued her persecutor for false imprison-
,nent. The trial came on a few days since,
before the Supreme Judicial Court, of Suf-
folk county, Massachusetts, end is thus re-
)erred in the Boston Atlas:
Caiharine Lindei vs, Erasmus D. Uud-
ann. This was an action on the ease, for
malieiously imprisoning the plaiintiff, with
he design to injure and oppress her, on the
?th day of August last.
"It appeared that th plaintiff was a
.lave in Georgia, the property of W. B.
Hiodgson, and was staying with her master
and his family at Notthampton ; that the
:lefendaiit caused a writ of Habeas Corpus
o be sued out, and the plaintiff to be brought
beforee Judge Dewy--that she then declared
hat she did not wish to be free, and had
lot authorized the proceedings; but pro-
"erred to go with her master. Whereupon,
he writ was discharged, and the plaintiff
returned with her master. The declaration
iverred that the defendant has acted with-
>iut reasonable or justifiable cause, and with-
ut the authority of the plaintiff.
For the defence, evidence was offered


hat, on the day before the habeas corpus
was sued out, the plaintiff and her master
were at Springfield; that she dined at th&
servant's table, and told one of the wittleese
hat she was a slave, and wished to bel free;
hat, again, on the4 same afternoon, sihe ex-
pressed the same wish to the witness.; that.,
he went out. to try what could be doop. and
was referred to Dr. Hudson, the defendant ;
hat he then got a petition prepared; that,
before it could be presented, the plaintiff
nd her master had left for Northampton.
"Next day, Dr. Hudson proceeded to
Northampton, and presented the petition to
Iudge Dewey, who declined to issue the
writ, at first, and suggested that some fur-
lier facts should be ascertained, and that
Dr. Hudson had better try and get access
o her, and, if refused, he would issue the
writ. Thereupon, the defendant, with two
Dther persons, who were also witness,
went up to the Mansion House, and applied
o see the plaintiff, and refused admission
y her master. The writ was then issued.
nd resulted as above stated.
" Judge Wilde charged the jury that If
hey believed the testimony of the witnesses
,bo had stated that the plaintiff expressed
ter wish to be free, that was a good de-
enee ;-but if not, there was no defence :-
hat a refusal of access to her by her master
id not constitute probable cause :-..that If
he defendant had not probable cause to bo.
eve the facts set forth in his petition, be
was liable in this action ; and that, in that
ase, the law would imply malie, Hoe sis
charged that if the defendant bad reasoai-
Re cause to believe that the plaintiff wa


has received a letter from the Hco. A. Yell,
M. C. from Arkansas. The Presideut has
called for a regiment of mounted gunmen,
(volunteers) from that State, to rendezvous
at Washington on Red River, on the 1st of
July. The Tennessee men are to rendez-
vous at the same point, forming a brigade.
Kentucky and Illinois are to form another
brigade, and the whole division, 4,500 strong
will march for the west about the 10th of
July. Governor Yell is about to to leave
Congress and volunteer for the war.
At Louisville, Ky., 1,200 men were ready
to embark on the 21st ult.-A like number
from St. Louis.
STEAMBOATIAN A-RECREATION--LIqui-
DATINU, ETC,-Quite unexpectedly to us,
in particular, and every body else,'in gener-
al, the steamboats Charleston" and "Au-
gusta arrived here yesterday from Colum-
bus, with full freights of cotton. It was
our usual good fortune to have taken pas-
sage at Columbus, last Tue".day a week ago,
on the "1Eufaula"-better known to the
"river buys" as the 'Dog-Toe'n Boat."
or the "Guyascutus."-At most of the
sandbars there was not a "sufficient number
ob water" for our "bonny boat" to glide
in--although she is light draught-and the
result was, ;m eight day voyage from Colum-
bus to 1his place ; during which we, togeth-
er with some dozen other alike fortunate
individuals, had an opportunity of witness-
ing the beauties and participating in the
pleasures of sieainboating. True, we were
"cabined, cribbed and confined," our whole
area of freedom consisting of the two decks
of a small steamboat, but then we were gra-
ciously permitted by the kind and obliging
Captain to enjoy the healthy recreation of
heaving at the capstan at least once every
day, and two or three times every other day
for a rarity. The third day out, the pleas-
antness of our situation was considerably
augmented by the total consumption of the
ice, the "Queen's Eye-Water," and the
other extrasis; leaving us river water and
"knock-kneed spirits"-i. e. "moccasin
whiskey" and "Ibnake-root gin"--the only
beverage.% to slake thirst and keel) up the
spirits of hlic passengers and crew,-but
just a, a L1101 whle chews tobacco, in absence
of "- honey-dew" will use "-pig twist," so
was the last-above-mentioned "fluids" ea-
gerly swilled by passengers and all hands,'
save the gentlemanly clerk and our indivi-
dual self;-we two had recourse to that I
healthful and delectable beverage, molasses
and water. Belonging to the Tetoial Or-
der of Cold-Water Fellows, we did not re-
gret the absence of the choice ardent first I
above written, but while we were takin_ our I
sweetened waier, our mind would recur to
ice, and often oid we sigh for one of WHITE J
& FERRELL'S lemonades. flavored with
raspberry. Ah! don't they do them up
"j;an up," up there? Reader, if you should
ever visit Columbus, just call at the Shy- t
lock Bank," (or rather, where it use to
was,") diagonally from the "Oglethorpe
House." You'll find no Shylocks there
now, but liberal, clever fellows, who, thnuzh1
they may not give you "mint drops," will
serve you to a mint julep,"a "sherry I
cobbler," a 1 lenmonade," or any othertm'xin
for which you may call-and if you don't
say for once that you were sorry your throat !
wais no longer, we'l\ ferle,- WhiTe, on sight,
and make Ferrell pay us one of Bebe & I
Costar's best White. for not serving you ac-
cording to the "letter and spirit" of our fl
representations. We will them punkings, tr
But to return--The "Charleston" re- *
ports six feet water over the bat's, in the
channel. The .Lotus, Boston, Notion, Erni- s
/.y, and Columbus, at Columbus. Met Viola a
six miles above Fort Gaines, and Eufaula t
at Ochesee. Rtver falling, t
As there is cotton to come dowo yet, and I:
freight to go up the country, should the et
river continue navigable, we will have boat- f
ng between this and Columbus probably l
for a month to come r
a
fyThe Washington correspondent of c
the Charleston Courier, writes as follows :-- c


'It is believed that the gallantry and sue- t
cess of Gen. Taylor will make him a Ma- v
or General. The office of an additional v
Major-General is to be created by law. a
"Rumor says that General Scott makes t
no secret Of the fact, that he is to invade
Mexico in August with two armies-one
from Tampico and another from a northern v
point, both aiming at the city of Mexico. t
But I doubt whether any arrangements for ;.
hat purpose have been actually commenced.
Should the war continue, invasions will un- P
doubtedly be resorted to as the only means
of bringing it to a speedy conclusion." t

Tis GULF SqUADRON.-The Boston I
journal learns that Commodore Warring- %
on, now at the head of the Bureau of Navy o
Yards and Docks, has been ordered to as-
iume the command of our naval forces in b
he Gulf of Mexico and West Indies; and a
hat his place as Chiefof the Bureau will
be filled by the appointment of Commodore
Joseph Smith. h

The citizens of Charleston have determir t]
,d to procure a splendid sword and present it d
o Gen. Taylor as an,.evidence of their feel- tl
rigs "on the receipt of the news of his able li
nd masterly movements on the Rio Grande, w
n the face of a force nearly quadruple that c
Df bis own,"' b'


070 We have received floe Messrs.
WILSON & CO. of New York, their great
Pictorial Double Brother Jonathan for the
Fourth of July. It contains some fifty or
sixty fine engravings, among which we no-
tice the capture and the execution of Major
Andre-two most beautiful pictures-and
also Portraits of the eleven Presidents of
the United States. All the engravings are,
in fact, excellent, and the whole paper pre-
sents a most splendid appearance. The
price is but 12J cents per copy, or ten for a
dollar.
THE WEATHER, for two or three weeks,
up to yesterday morning, had been exceed-
ingly warm, not a shower of rain having fal-
len here for at least that period-in conse-
quence of which drought our gardens had
began to suffer and vegetation of every de-
scription to wither and droop. Yesterday
morning, we bad a "sprinkle" of rain-
and there was a contest between old Sol
and the clouds as to which should prevail
during the day, until the afternoon, when
the latter gained the mastery, and we were
again favored with just a sprinkling of rain.
Last night, however, we bad a right good
shower, and the atmosphere this morning
is decidedly improved on account thereof.
The "greens" and other vegetables now
look quite revived, and we hope to have oc-
casional showers throughout the summer-
just often enough to keep off malaria and
drown the fleas, without engendering more
musquitoes--of which we have now quite
au abundance.
Q{fo Capt. WNINDR, of Company G., 1st
Regiment U. S. Artillery, arrived here in a
small schooner, on Thursday evening last,
from Tampa Bay, on his way to Pensacola,
to join his Company who has preceded him;
having himself been detained at Tampa by
sickness. Capt. W. is accompanied by his
lady and a son.
MILITARY MATTERS.
The war spirit has spread throughout
our entire land, and the splendid victories
achieved by the g:ttlant Taylor and the
heroic little army under his command,
over forces more than trebling their own,
has filled the heart of the nation with joy
and enthusiasm. The requisitions made
upon the Southern and Western States for
troops, for active service, has been promply
responded to; and the other States required
to form Regiments are doing so with facili-
ty, and the whole number of men author-
ised by the act of Congress will soon be
complete, and ready to act as circumstances
may require., In no instance have we heard
of a draft being necessary to fill a company
or a regiment, but volunteers have come
gallantly up to their country's call. When
danger threatens and the tocsin of war is
sounded, there is no need for resort to
compulsory measures to raise a force fol
the defence of our soil.-at the first note of
alarm, every citizen is ready to become a
soldier.
We are glad to perceive that the requisi-
ion made upon our State is being complied
with with alacrity. A Volunteer Company
-the Leon Guards "-has been formed in
Tallahassee, numbering seventy-three men,
rank and file, under the command of Capt,
John B. Keen. The Sentinel says that the
company could easily be increased to an
hundred, Another company is tn active
nrolment, by D. S. Walker, Esq., who,
hen the corps is complete, will no doubt
e elected to its command. We learn from
he Jacksonville .News of the 22d ult. that
battalion of mounted riflemen is in pro-
;ress of organization,
From the Columbus Times, of 3d inst.,
eeeived yesterday through the politeness
f Capt. Crenshaw, on the Charleston, we
earn that the Georgia Regiment will soon
e full, and is to rendezvous at Columbus
['he Governor will be at the place of ren-
lezvous, to inspect the Regiment in~propria
esona. and to commission the officers,
['he "Jasper Greens." of Savannah, theI
* Richmond Blues," of Augusta, a Compa-
y from Macon and another from Madison
vere already on the line of march for Co- '


ambus, and have probably arrived ere this.
[he "Georgia Light Infantry," Capt. Cal- t
oun, are embodied in the city, awaiting
he rest of the Regiment. The "Columbus
guards," Capt. Schley, were in Camp, fill- i
ng their ranks, and Industriously engaged -
n drilling. The corps was not complete,
ut was actively recruiting. t
We copy from the Times:- 1
Besides the heavy force already despatch- |
d to the seat of war by the gallant state of
Louisiana, there are three or four Regi-
nents in New Orleans awaiting orders.
Seventeen companies of Alabamiani are i
camped at Mobile, ready for marching. t
klabama has come up nobly, i
The Western States are all moving in =
bedience to the call upon their Governors. i
The Editor of the N. 0. Jeffersonian c


'There are occasional incident in the pro-
gress of battle which casts over the grim vis-
age of war a light that might have been
seen from the wings of mercy. The busi-
ness. of+ opposing armies is to slay; the
march of conquest is tracked with gore;
the roar of artillery is the knell of many
deaths; but humanity at times consecrates
the enterprises of slaughter; roses spring
up in *oil enriched with human blood ; and
the voice of humanity is heard above the
thunder that rumbles over the stricken of
men. The fiercest passions and the noblest
emotions signalize the same plain. The
most ennobling courtesies follow the dead.
-liest strife, the greatest amenities the most
darnrg acts of valor.
The Mexican war 6ae already furnished

instances of the generosity which makes
courage an attribute divine. The left hand
has assuaged the wound which the right
hand inflicted. The captive hais been pro-
tested by the brother of him who was slain.
Victor and vanquished'have mingled requi-
ems over them that fell foemen. Religion
hath reared altars where the brunt of battle
blackened the earth. The incense of pray-
er has ascended with the smoke of fields yet
reeking with recent scath. If war has its
horrors it has its humanities also.
The grave is not all dark in which they
sleep who fall in the cause of nations.
They close their eyes with the image of

their country before them, and immortality
rests upon the mound which covers their
bones.- To those they leave behind, the
consolation of patriotism soothes the loss of
friend, brother, husband or son. It is the
less greivous of the ways in which men are
taken hence. The enthusiasm of duty dulls
the sting of death and cheats it of its terror.
A*-whole people pour the healing of grati-
tude into the wounds of such as are be-
xe;Jw~d
'But we have departed from the object we
had iunview. It was to commemorate a sin-
gle act. which illustrates the generous char-
acter of a man whose qualities as a soldier
are graven upon the fields of victory. It is
of Gen. 'Taylor we would speak. The bat-
`*le of the 9th inst. was hotly and obstinate-
ly fought. The victory which closed the
day zeost the army many brave men and ac-
eomplished officers. The loss of the ene-
my was ypt greater in both. Amongst the
p risoners taken upon the field was den. La
Vega. He remained at his post after the
tut of his command. He yielded his


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THE HALLS OF THE MONTEZUMAS.
Montezuma II ascended the Mexica
throne A. D. 1502, at the age of twenty
three, before Mexico had been discovered b
Europeatwq. He died 30th of June, 152(
in the forty-secoud year of his age, a
wounds Tiiftlcted -by the Spanish dasooverel
whom he 'bd invited to his royal 'pahlac
LHistorians agree in admiring his cnaaractei
;)o ascending the throne, ,ao)t content wit
the spacious residence oof his father, h
erected another, much more magnificent
rentingng on trhe laza mayor of the preset
city o0: Mexico. As one of the historian
irfortu us. thespace covered by its terrace
roof might have afforded ample room fo
thirty kuights to run their courses in a regu
lar tournay. His father's palace, although
Pot so high, was so extensive that the visitor
were too much fatigued in wandering throw
the aiiartments, ever to see the whole of it
The palaces were built of red stone, orv.a
Axnented with marble, the arms of the Mon
tOzuma family (an eagle bearing a tiger in h
talons) being sculptured over the train en
'trance. Crystal fountains, fed by great re
servoirs on the neighboring hills, played i
the vast halls and gardens, and supplied w;
ter to hundreds of marble baths in the inter
rior of the palaces. Crowds of nobles an
tributary chieftains were continually saute
4t.ring through the halls, or loitering awa
air, hours in' attendance on the cour
Rich carvings in wood adorned the ceilings
beautiful mats of palm leaf covered th
floors. Thie walls were hung with coto
richly stained, the skins of wild animals, o
gorgeous draperies of feather work wrought
In imitation of birds, insects and :flower,
.n glowing radiance of c-olors. Clouds o
tuacence from golden censors diffused into
Icating odors through splendid apartment
occupied by the nine hundred and eight
wives and five thousand slaves of Moc
tezuma.
He encouraged science and learning, an
public schools were established throughout
the'iltater part of his empire. The city c
Jlexibo in his day, numbered twice as man
inhabitants as at present, and one thousan(
wen were daily employed in watering an(
,weeping its streets, keeping them so clear
(hat a man could traverse the whole cio
with as little danger of soiling his feet as hi
hands. A careful police guarded the city
Extensive arsenals, grpnaries, warehouses
an aviary of the most" beautiful birds, me
oageries, houses for reptiles and serpents
a collection of human monsters, fish-pondi
built of marble, and museums and public li
braries, all on the most extensive scale, ad
ded their attractions to the great city of the
Aztecs. Gorgeous temples-in which hu
man victims were sacraficed, and their blood
ba*hked in bread, or their bodies dressed fo
food to be devoured by the people at reli
gNoDs festivals-reared their pyramidal altar
far above the highest edifices. Thousands
of their brother men were thus sacrificed
annually. The temple of Maxtili, their war
god, was so constructed that its great alarrr
gong, sounding to battle, roused the valley
f.( three leagues around, and called three
hundred thousand armed Aztecs to the im-
mediate service of their monarch. So vait
was the collection of birds of prey, in a
building devoted to them, that 500 turkeys,
the cheapest meat in Mexico, were allowed
for their daily consumption. Such were the
"H[1alls of the Montezurnas!" The sum-
mer residence of the monarch, on the hill
ofCbapohtepac, overlooking the city, was
surrounded by gardens of several miles in
extent, and here were preserved until the
middle of the last century, two statues of
the Emperor and his father. The great cy-
press trees, under which the Atee sovereign
and his associates once held their moon-
light revels, still shade the royal gardens.
Some of them, fifty feet in circumference,
are two or three thousand years old, but are
yet-as green as in the days pf Montezuma,
whoso "shes, or those of his ancestors, ren-
der sacred, in the eyes of the native Mexi-
cant, the hill of Chapoltepac. Natural de-
e.y a2nd a waning population now mark the
s eat. of power of thie great Mlontezumas.
+ +. CHIVALRY.


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, ;UNB 6, 1846.
00C- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COKMMSCIAL ADvaTisUt, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions or advertie-
ments:-
Mgsits. MASoN & TuTTLE, 38 William Street,
New York.
DAVID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans.
WM. W. CHEEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
JAMES H. WiLsoN, Eq.. Fort Gaines, Ga.
Major JAcK HAF-)MAN, Eufuula, Ala.


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Yorktown and Southampton were: atP orrf
Praya, Cape de Verds, March 12th.
The U. S. brig Porpoise. Lieut. Com.
Hunt, arrived at St. Domingo on the 7th
instant, in 17 days from Havana, and 25
days from Pensacola. Officers and crew
all well.


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June 9 ",DODGE & PRATT.
For New York, 0ti JfAie.
THE weU known ft fad Ps"
ijilbrig REPUBLIC, LitldhJ,. iter,
a^Blhaving her cargo _w df, Will have b
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the former on or belure the 6thb poziWai Af
to the muter or to
NOURSE, STONE, & Co.
May 30. No. 4t, Wafe at.
For ]Boston. .
STHE line brig pr ley.-Oft' Cot_
/lmaster, *ill most with dipafeh. For
jMagpawage dnly, apply to
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WHITrR V..XPORTED. I week Iously. ITOT Iseason
Liverpool ............ ...... .228666 .266W8.43668
Havre ................ ...... .. 8309 ..3309 ..2587
Nantz ................ ...... ...... ...... ..2594
Trieste ............... ...... ..... .... .... 3162
Genoa ............ .. ............ ....... .2421
Other ports ........... ...... ... 950 ...960 ..1490
Total to For. Ports ...... .32927 32927 .55922
New York........... ...62- .29W97 ..3022 .34501
Boston ..................... 12346.12346 .26244
Providence ... ............. 6965..6965 ..8591
Philadelphia ......... .... ...932 ...932 ..2047
Baltimore ............ ...... .. 2494 ..2494 ..1556
New Orleans ......... ........2374..2374 ..8330
Otherports...... ... 2040 .-2040 ..1716
Total Coastwise.... ...625. 56548 .57173 .81985
TOTAL-BALESr... ....... 37-07


H.eed <^uarun^ |
IST BATTALION, 3D Rn MFKT, F. M.|
N OTICE is hereby given that there will be
I I an election on Wednesday, 3d Jorge me.t
for Company Officer, lIt Battalion, 3d Relisms,
F.M. Beat No. 1,commencing atiCber.Mrft,
running north and west, within the limts a(
Franklin county, at the house of C. Byfitoo.
under the inspection of A. L. Clemets sid C.
Byiugton. Beat No. 2, commencing at iIrrf
street, running south to Centre street and wet _
the Bay, at the Apalachicola Exchange, end
(he inspection of Wm. Peckand John A. MiteibL
Beat No. 3, commencing it Cenlrestreet,M111a11
south to the Promenade and west to the Say, at
the house of Jos. Schrotd, known a the AUI-
heum, under the inspection of P. W. Cullen ad
"Anson Hancock, for ihe*following office at eh
beat: 1 Captain, 1 First Lieutenast and I Samn
Lieutenant.
By Oider of the Colonel.
WM. H. HUGHE&
Lt. Col. Com'dg lot Battallion, F. M.
Apalachicola, May 22, 1846. 21-9L
An brdinancee
InDRelationtOSlylei,&. .. ,
Section 1. Be it ordaiae by the MOW ad
Council of the City of Apalachicola, That $he
ad after the passage of this ordienacei the Maf
ket House bell shall be rung at nih oee.ockp P.
M., from the 1st of October to the lot 0 Ap"iL
and ten o'clock from the let of April to the lot
October ; and after the ringing of the bell, it a"
not be lawful for any slave or free person of color
to leave or be absent from their residence in said
city; without a written pass from the owner, em-
ployer or guardian of said slave or fro* pers a
color.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That the City
Marshal or Patrol, findingany slave or free per"o
of color at large, without a pacs, after the ringiqg
of the bell, shall arrest said slave or frme
of color, and confine him in the city pviaoa, IW
the owner or guardian of said slave or free penoa
of color shall be liable to said city in the sufume
two dollars for the release of said slave or f4e
person of color sd Imprisoned, one half to go io
the city treasury and one half to the Marshal;
unless by order of the Mayoi said slave mBy be
released or punished with not lea than 10 -r
more than 3U lashes.
Sec. 3. Be it furter ordained, That it ball at
be lawful for any slave oi free persbh of color to
hire out his or her own time in aid city; without
the owner, guardian or agent of said slave or fre
person of color is a president of said city; and theft

only with the written permission of said owner Cr
guardian, under penalty of twenty dollar;, to be
recovered of said ownei, 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 aitl pass shall speciify the particular place
where said slave or free petabn of color isanfwd>
to go, oh penalty of five dollars for each andevery
such bffence.
Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That all ordi.
nances or pars of ordinances, conflicting with the
provisions of thia ordinance, be and the Am af
hereby repealed.
Passed by Council, May 13,1846.
E C. ROBERTS, Mayer.
WM. VALLItAU, Clerk.
Valuable Siae for Sale.
A NEGRO MAN d5 years old a good Carpen-
ter, a first rate houw servant, honest ;Wd in-
telligent; and could be made useful in any situa.,
tion. Sold to close an estate. If not dipoee
of bythe first Monday in June next, he will tbe
be sold at auction under an order of the Hon.
Judge of Probate. For further, particulars, apply
to WOOD & Co.
May 16, i846. 32 Water Arit.
UST received per biig Morea, from N. York,
50 kegs Nos. 1 and 2 Lead; 100 galO boiled
Linseed Oil; 500 lbs. Putty; 20 boxe&A.byl10
and 10 by 12 Glass; 20 doz. pints Congress Spring
Water; 100 lbs fresh Tamarins; Gum and Orget
Syrups, for sale by
May 16. H. F. ABELL.


Thomas H. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Water Street,
Apalachicola, Fa.
NOTICE-CHARLES J. SHEPARD is my
duly authorized age t While I am absent
from the State of Florida. '
June, 1846. 23-4t J. W. RINALDI.
N OTICE-Mr. Wt H. LONG is our agent
during our absence from the State.,
May 30 MILLER & Co.


NOTICE-Sik weeks after date, I *ill apply
to the Judge of Probate of Franklin County
for letters of administration upon the estate of
Joseph C. Burdsall, late of said county, deceased.
Said Judge, having ordered, that additional
bond be given by the Administrator, by the 1st of
July next, in default therein, his letters will be
revoked.
THOMAS ORMAN.
Apalachicola, June 6, 1946., 23-6t
DissolUtion.
T HE association hitherto existing between the
subscribers, under the firm, name and style
of D. DANFORTH & Co.-JAn. B. STARR,
Auctioneer,--is this day dissolved by mutual con-
sent. All persons indebted to said firm, are re-
quested to come forward and make immediate
settlement with D. DANroRTH, who is alone au-
thorised to make settlements for said firm, and all
claims against it will be liquidated by him.
D. DANFORTH,
JAS. B. STARR,
Eufaula, May 12, 1846. 23-2t


MRINE INTELLIGENCE


Land for Sales
THE undersigned oflbfs for sale 150 acres of
the best CanezBrake Land, situated one mile
and a half below Rock B tiff, on the West side of
the Apalachieola River 40 acres, lying one mile
from the above, with a Dwelling and other houses
suitable for the plare, a blacksmith's shop and
tools in complete order for work; also one wagon,
two yoke of oxen, .50 head of hogs, and a fine
horse, saddle and bridle.
Any person wishihg to purchase, will do well
to tall and look at the property.
ARCHIBALD B. CARAWAY.
May 9, 1849. 19-4t*
Saddlery for .Sale at Cost and
.hargess.
HT AVING on hand an assortment of Saddles,
Bridles, &c. &c I will dispose of them as
above for cash;
On hand a fine Bugy ad Haemm, which will
be sold for eah.
M ch 28 P. HOBART


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Notice.
CAS .,wanted for sundry accounts of leng
standing. All persons interested will talk
due notice and govern themselves according, oc
r will-.--dun them pwronally.
March 28 PETBR HOBART.
Barg n. and Bope.
A f PCs. very beavy LMWOun muaf
50\Co. Begging; 3 1 B "oa.
for sle by
March I J. DAY & to.


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Mr. Beaten continued his speech on the
Oregon question.
Mr. Benton contends for forty-nine, and
against any other concession. Unless rea-
son and judgment (said Mr. B..) soon settle
the question upon 'line, chance and war will
settle it. The year will SQou revolve, and
then we must have another war, unless
Great Britain chooses to take forty-nine.
In the House, a joint resOlution was in-
troduced by Mr. Briukerhoff, tendering to
Gen. Taylor, and the Army of Occupa'tion,
the thanks of Congress for their recent op-
erations on the Rio Grande, and authorisiug
one month's additional pay to each bon-
commissioned officer, musician and private
belonging to that army on the 9th inst. The
resolution was referred to the Committee of
the Whole on the State of the Union.
The day was spent in Committee, in the
further cuns'ideration of the civil and diplo-
matic appropriation Bill. There was a
good deal of debate, not ol any general im-
portan'ce.
tCorrespondence of the Alexandria Gazette.)
WASHINGTON, May 29.
the orders given t'o Gen. Scott to take
commtnand of the Army'on the Rio Grande,
have been revoked. Th'e President thinks
it would be unjust to Gen. Taylor to give
the command to another after his b'illiaot
op'ning of the campaign. The nomination
of Gen. Taylor as brevet Major General was
yesterday unanimously cobfirnmed by the
Senate.
'The President has concluded to actept
lhb.tbgvi'qes,:of 6t'e battalion of volunteers
frori) tbte District, and another trom Bali-
more. 'This is the extent to which volun-
teers so far North will be called into service
at present.
I learn thal the Presil'dent has caluSed the
strictest orders to be given that lo the pro-
secution of the war, the property of the
Church in Mexico shall be held saCred, and
every attempt to pitlAg'9 it be punished with
the utmost severity. This, in connection
with the confidential mission 6f Bishop
Hughes spoken of, will undoubtedly be
produ'ctiVe of gO'od results.
Among the appointments in the new rifle
regiment. I have heard of the following :
Persifo" E. Smith, bef Nev Orileans, to be
Colonel-, Capt. Fremont, to be Lieut. Col.;
Mr. Crittenden, (a son of Senator C.) to
be captain, and Julian May, of this city,
Lieutenant.

16 Days Later from Europe.
The steamship Britannia arrived at Bos-
ton on Thursday morning, having sailed
from Liverpool on the 4th May.
The cotton market has fully sustained the
improved feeling that ruled when the last
steamship sailed. The sales of Saturday,
2d, and Monday, 4th, amounted to 9000
bales, including a portion taken on specula-
tion and for export. The market was quiet,
and the rates current on the previous week
paid with scarcely any alteration; if any
thing, we should say, it was in favor of the
buyer.
The Overland Mail arrived on the 1st
inst., but the state of India appears perfectly
tranquil. Peace seems restorttd to the Pun-
jaub.
The British forces are in possession of
Lahore, and arrangements were making for
the occupation of the Conquered country,
which is exceedingly fertile, and will yield
an annual revenue of X-500,000.
The new- from Scinde is not of itnterest.
The Governor of Bombay, Sir George Ar-
thur, has had a severe fit of illness, but is
now recovering.
The Irish Coercion Bill has passed its
first reading, by a majority for Ministers
of 149.
The Corn Bill has not been acted upon,
but will probably follow the Coercion Bill.
The Corn trade consequently remains in a
very unsatisfactory state.
Queen Victoria, on the receipt of the in-
telligence respecting the attempt to assas-
sinare the King of the French, wrote a
warm autograph letter to her ally, congrat-
Ulating him on his escape, whi,:h was dis-
patched by a special messenger to Paris.
FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL ADDRESSES.
The Britannia, which sails to-day, takes out
five Friendly International Addresses from
different towns and cities in England to the
same number of cities in the United States.
The most remarkable of these addresses is
the 'one fr'om the women of Exeter to the
women of Philadelphia, signed by sixteen
hundred~of our own countrywomen.
The ecitigens of Edinburgh have adopted
an add'res's to the citizens of Washington
deprecating war, and recommending the
settlem'ent of the national dispute by arbi-
traition.,
Sir J'ohn Ross, th adventurous voyager,
who lately became a bankrupt, has been re-
instated in his office as consul of Stockholm.
A miser died recently in London, named
JIacob~s, in a hor'rid state of destitution, who


was found after death to be possessed of
property to thie amount of ,X10,000.
The commissioners of the Customs have
received a communication from the Foreign
Office, stating that the Earl of Aberdeen is
of opinion that Texas must henceforth be
considered as forming part of the American
Union.
Great numbers of Germans are constantly
arriving in London from the continent, on
their way to New York. The distress of
some of the emigrants recently occupied
the attention of the Lord Mayor of London.
A clerk, named Norman, recently sent a
letter to his employer, informing him that-
he had been connected with 180 distinct
robberies, and five attempts at murder.-
The scene of his infamies extended over
the West Indies, the United States and
England.
Captain Adams, who was wrecked some
years years ago on the coast of New Zeland,
and compelled to herd with the savages
there, escaped from their vigilance, and
having been regarded as dead by his wife
and family, astonished them by his sudden
re-appearance last week.

CRoPs.-The accounts which we. receive
from this vicinity and the neighboring coun-
ties, in regard to the crops, are highly grati.
fying. We learn that both corn and cotton
are doing remarkably well. A few more
weeks of favorable weather, and.the former
will be beyond the effects of casualty.
The weather continues dry, and has become
quite warm-as warm, we are told, as it will
probably be during the summer. Under
the influence of the dryness and warmth,


cotton is growing finely. Vegetables and
fruits are rapidly ripening. A few days
since, we had the pleasure of eating some
large ripe figs, aud our yesterday's dinner
received a relish from that delicious and
most wholesome Of all vegetables, the to-
mattoe.- [ Tallahassec J6urnal.
DEATH OF COL. DRAYTO5.-The notice
of the death of this distinguished Caroli-
nian, reached here in the Philadelphia pa-
pers on Wednesday. On its receipt, the
Court of Common Pleas and Sessions, on
motion of Attorney General BAILEY, ad-
journed, as a mark of respect to one who
in his day stood foremost at this Bar. Col.
DitAYTOX has been so long absent from the
State and in such complete seclusion from
public affairs, that he seems rather like the
shade of one long dead, than a cotempora-
ry. He was a high specimen, not only of
ability, bat of manhood, chivalry and per-
sonal purity, and deserves to be mourned
as one wh'o has left behind him not many
who are his equals in all theae claims to
reverence.-[ Charleston Mercury.

"IPm mightily puzzled, after all,
Tim," said a bold looking recruit yester-
dey, in a s~tong Tipperary brogue, address-
ing a brother volunteer of an equally Mile-
sian physiqtie; "1I'm mightily puzzled en-
thirely about how we're to act when We at-
tack these rascally furrin Mexicans in the
owldfaug a balagk style-with the bay'net.
They nayther spake good English nor" d-y-
cint Irish; and when they cry should ,
enough!' As ov coorse they'll have to do,
we won't be able to understand them, and
an O'Donohue never struck a foe yet after
he guv in."
"Och ii a case of that kind," said Tim,
"the shure way is to bate them till they
howld their tongues. You can then easily
comprehend the language of their silence.
It'll be illoquent, I tell ye."-"[V. 0. Delta.
City CoUncil Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, }
WEDNESDAY EvENIrNG, May 26, '46.
Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts, Mayor;
Councilmen, Messrs. Guyon, Rinaldi, Schiffier,
Green and Peck.
The minutes of the last meeting were retd
and approved.
Mr. Guyon, from the Committee on Improve-
ments and Contracts, presented an agreement
with Mr. R. H. Cussins to build an Engine House
for the sum of $390 current money, which was
read, and on motion of Mr. Schiffer, duly sec-
onded, was accepted, and Mr. Cussans given till
20th November next, to complete said Engine
House.
Mr. Schiffer, from the Committee on Claims,
reported adverse to the claim of C. H. Connery,
and that he have leave to withdraw the same,
and said report was accepted. He also reported
favorably on the following accounts, which were
passed and allowed, viz:
H. G. Guyon, expenses procuring Engine.. 10 00
P. Grady, work orn street.,&.............. 4 .50
Win. Mclntosh, for dravage ....... ...... 3 75
John Thomas, board of Paupers .......... 28 74
J. C. Russell, for ballast.............. .... 3 00
The account of H. F. Simmons for $11 23 was
referred to the Committee on Claims.
Mr. Guyon, from the Committee on Improve-
ments and Contracts, stated that the committee
had not been able to do any thing in relation to
the petition of A. G. Seemes and others, and
asked further time to report thereon. Granted.
Mr. Rinaldi moved, duly seconded, that the
Council proceed to ballot for a City Wharfinger.
Adopted. And on counting the ballots the Chair
declared David S; Smith duly elected..
Mr. Rinaldi presented the petition of Mrs.
Rhodes, a Widow in destitute circumstances, and
blind, asking to have the City pay her passage to
New Yorki whidh was read, and on motion of
Mr. Peck, duly seconded, referred to the Com-
mittee on Hospital and Poor, with power to act
thereon.
On motion the Council adjourned.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, }
SATURDAY EvENIrNG, May 30, 1846.
Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts, Mayor;
Councilmen, Messrs. Butt, Guyon, Green, Peck,
Hancock and Rinaldi.
The Mayor presented the preamble and reso-
lutions, drawn Up by the Committee and adopted
at a meeting of our citizens, which were read by
the Clerk, and thereupon
Mr. Rinaldi moved, seconded by Mr. Guyon,
that a Committee of three be appointed to draft
a memorial to the President oni the subject of our
City detences. Adopted. Anad the Mayor named
Messrs Rinaldi, Green and Guyon.
On motion of Mr. Rinaldi, the Mayor was
added thereto.
On motion the Counceil adjourned.
COUNCIL CHAMBER .
MONDAY EVENING, June 1, 1846.
Gouncil met. Present E. C. Roberts,:Maybr ;
Councilmen, Messrs. Guyon, Hancock, Green,
Butt, Peck and Rinaldi.
Mr. Rinaldi, from the Special Committee, ap-
pointed to draw u~p a memorial to the President,
in relation to the defenses of our City and Har-
bor, presented a memorial, which was read by
the Clerk, and on motion of Mr. Butt, seconded
by Mr. Peck, the report of the Committee was
accepted, and the memorial adopted.
Dr. Green moved, seconded by Mr. Rinald[,
that the memorial be signed by the Mayor and
Council, and forwarded without delay. Adopted.
Mr Guyon moved, seconded by Dr. Green,
that the Mayor be i'eauested to direct the memo-


rial to the President, to the care of Senator West-
eott. Adopted.
On motion the Council adjourned.


restrained of her liberty, and did believe it,
that was sufficient to justify him for institu-
ting proper process without any express an-
thority:--but that the mere fact that she
was a slave in Georgia, and would still be
one if returned thither, coupled with the
fact that the defendant was refused access
to her, was not sufficient to constitute pro-
bable cause, and amount to a justification of
the .defendant's act, without express au-
tho'rity.
The jury were unable to agree upon a
.verdict.
P, Fletcher Webster and Healy, for plain-
'tiff.
"Wendell Phillips (who acted under a
speciall power of attorney) and A. C. Spoo-
ner for defendant."
It may be proper to add that the jury di-
"vided, nine for the plaintiff and three for the
defendant.
Later from the Seat of War I
MATAMOROS TAKEN!
The long-expected steamship Telegraph,
Captain AULD, arrived yesterday from-Poin't
Isabel, via ,alveston, bringing advices from
the seat of war to the 20th. and from Gal-
veston to the 22d instant, inclusive. The
news is unfortunately not of eXtebasive in-
terest, nor of a character to create much
excitement. There are no further details
of broil and battle-the MeXicans seem c'om-
pletely cowed, and exhibit the white feather
with a poltroonery perfectly in keeping with
their. vain-glorious swaggering demeanor.
.he est point aboat the advises is,, thaut
G'K aylor has carried the warlinto Africa,
laawlitaken possession of Batrit aWd Mat-
amoros-both situated on the western bank
of the Rio Grande, or on Mexican territory..
We trust that this will be followed up by
demonstrations equally energetic. In the
interim the valiant ArPUDIA and his m'en in
buckram seem t6 have retreated far from
danger, as not a sign 6f their presence was
to Ue lkrceived.-[ N. 0. Times, 29th tilt.
LATEST FROM THE ARMY ON THE RIO
GR, ANDE.
The steamship Galveston, Capt. Wriaht.
arrivedd here lasi evening from Brasos Sabi
]ago; which she left at f P. M., on the 27th
Inst. Capt. Wright statesthat Gen. Tayl'or
continued to hold peaceable possession of
Matamoros. The Mexicans, in retreating
from that city, left a great quantity of aiu-
nitiou behind, which is a valuable acquisi-
'tion to the supplies of the army. They
-,had, however, destroyed as much as possi-
ble, by throwing it in the river, and the
'wells about the town, which were almost
'chocked up with it. Gen, Taylor had in-
aisted on the strictest observance of disci-
pline, law and order, amongst his troops,
forbidding them to take the synallest article,
without paying the full price. The citizens
have been exhorted to continue their busi-
ness, being assured of being free from the
slightest molestation. The only restriction
Ton their traffic, which the General has
thought necessary to impose, is regarding
spirituous liquor, and this they are rigidly
interdicted from selling. Commodore Con-
ner, with most of the squadron, had gone
to Pensacola, to refit and obtain reinforce-
ments, preparatory, it is surmised, to mak-
ing an attack on Vera Cruz-bombarding
San Juan de Ulloa. 'The steamship Cin-
cinnati, Capt. Smith, Was lying at Matamo-
ros; the Mary Kingsland 'off the bar, the
Monmouth lightening on the bars the Au-
tgusta aground ou ditto. The James L.
Day arrived on Tuesday, the 26th inst., dis-
tharged and left again fof this port at 7 P.
m., the same day.
The Florida, Capt. Butler, came along-
side the Galveston an the 27lh, and tw)ok off
a pJlrtion of the troops, etc, On the same
day, the Sea returned from a tripto Aransas.
The troops, on leaving the Galveston, salu-
ted her with three hearty cheers. The fol-
lowing were the troops conveyed by the
Galveston,: Madison Volunteers, .05; St.
blary do., 83; Concordia do., 74; M'cKelvy
Guards, 73; others, 8. Total, 437. Offi-
cers-Maj. Jno. Waddle, Commanding;
C. C. Buchner, Assistant Surgeon; J.
Shannon, Acting Assistant Surgeon.
[Correspondence of" the C3harietton Courier.]
'W,,SmlNTON, May 26.
The Sena'te yesterday onliirmed the nom-
inat-ions for the mounted Ri'fle Regiment.
-Capt, Fremont is very properly appoimt-ed
Lieut. Colonel. Mr. Jult en May, brother
of the gallant Capt. May, of thie dragoons,
'1s one o" the Lieutenants. Nearly all the
officers ar'e lakeu from civil life.
Mr. Tibb'atts, of the House of"Repres'en-
-tatives, from Kentucky was warmly pressed
by the demo-ratic members of the House,
and by Col. R: M, Johnson, for the Colo-
nelcy of the Regiment, but the President
declined doing it, OB the ground that Mr.
Tibbatts was a metnber of Congress^ and
that it was improper to give an office to a
member by whose vote the office was Cre-
ated.


The official intelligence of the battles 1i
Texas was received last night, and the pte-
,*'*." vious unofficial accounts are fully and glo-
ridblsly confirmed: Great satisfaction was
roaifested, on the part of Congress, with
\ Ge-n. Taylor's conduct of the war ; and they
congrat-ulate themselves that we had the
regular troops, and the best troops in our
serkeye in these actions, instead of v glun-
teers!
It is thought that, inasmuch as the Mex-
icans were so well provided with artillery,
i and manifested so much bravery, that with
even six thousand volunteers, We should
have been beaten.
Private letters from Commodore Conner's
iquadron, state that our army, with the aid
"of 1,200 marines and sailors and some vol-
unteers, will immediately cross the river,
;take possession of Matamoros, and attack
the Mexican army wherever it may be found.
Orders from this Government to General
Taylor to do this wete dispatched hence
last Wednesday. So we shall soon have
more news.
The Senate, yesterday, proceeded to the
consideration of the Bill supplemental to
an Act, entitled "an Act providing for the
prosecution of the existing war between
the United States and the Republic of Mex-
co," and for other purposes; the pending
question beingupoin an amendment moved
by Mr. 4tchison, providing that all general
officers appointed under this Act, shall be
dismissed at the close of The war, or within
three months thereafter.
After some debate, the bill was passed
ever.


REMARKS ON THE MARKET.
CoTrON.-Since our last publication, we have
had a very quiet market. In the early part of the
week two or three-small parcels changed hands
at 6c., since which no transactions have occurred
to justify any change from that figure.
It is very difficult to make quo11tations with any
approach to accuracy. The near close of the sea-
son, the winding up of the Bank Agencies and
consequent difficulty in marking negotiations, added
to the scarcity of shipping, cause a complete stag-
nation in every department of t,-ade.
FREIoHrs.-The rates are rather easier than at
the date of our last To Liverpool engagemilents
of small parcels to fill up have been made at 8-4d.
Coastwise, the rates continue without change.-
The'past week has given us a small accssion to
our tonnage in the arrival of the ship Blarichard
which is the only vessel in port disengaged.


HEAD QUARTERS FLORIDA MILITIA,
AJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Tallahassee, 26th May, UM4.
A REQUISITION having been made by the
Secretary of War upon the Governor of
Florida for one Battalion of Volunteers, to con-
sist of five companies of Infantry, to be employed
in the service of the United States whenever
their services shall be required; public notice
thereof is hereby gived to the patriotic people of
this State. The Govornor is fully satisfied that
a public announcement of the call made upon
Florida will be a sufficient appeal to the patri-
otism ot her citizens to ensure an immediate offnr
of volunteers sufficient to meet the requirement
of the Government of the United States; and that
the actual hostilities now existing between the
United States and Mexico will suggest the ne-
cessity of their immediate organization, prepar-
atory to being mustered into the service of the
United States. Etch company will consist of
one Captain, t wo Lieutenants. tour Sergeants, four
Corporals, two Ajusicians, and sixty-four privates.
No man will be received dnder the rank of com-
missioned officer, who is in years apparently over
fortv-five or under eighteen, or who is not in
physical strength and vigo'." The companies will
be organized under the existing laws of this State,
and will be received from anv part of the State.
As soon as each company sha, be organized,
they will will be enrolled and reported by the
commanding officer thereof to the Commander.
in-Chief. The Governor repeats his reliance up-
on the patriotism and promptness of the mitttia of
Florida. By the Governor:
J. SCOTT BROOME,
Adjutant and Inspector General, F. M.
HEAD QUARTERS, FLORIDA MILITIA.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Tallahassee, 26th May, 1846.
WHEREAS, an election was held on the 6th
day of April, 1846, for Field Officers of the
various Divisions, Brigades, Regiments and Bat-
talions of the Florida Militia: and it appearing
by a full canvass of the returns made to the Ex-
ecutive Officer that
William Bailey, is elected Major General of the
first Division. Jackson Morton, Brigadier Gen-
eral of the first Brigade. A. K. Allison, Briga-
dier General of the second Brigade. James G.
Cooper, Major General c-f the second Division.
Samuel Russell, B-igadier General of the third
Brigade. Charles byrne, Brigadier General of
the fourth Brigade.
Henry F. Ingraham, Colonel of 1st Regiment.
Michzel Quiggles, Lt. Colonel of do. Williamb
McVoy, Major of do.
Angus Campbell, Colohel of 2d Regiment. A.
R. Belcher, Lt. Colonel of do. Anthony H.
Brownell, Major of do.
R. J. Floyd, Colonel of 3d Regiment. Wm.
H. Hughes, Lt. Colonel of do. Those. H. Neth-
erton, Major of do.
Samuel C. Bellamy, Colonel of 4th Regiment.
C. C. Yonge, Lt. Colonel of do. John Bi'ett, Jr.,
Major of do.
John Erskine, Colonel of 5th Regiment. John
W. Johnson, Lt. Colonel of do. W. H. Gibson,
Major of do.
Sam. S. Sibley; Colonel of 6th Regiment. Jas.
W. Sherwood, Lt. Colonel of do. Thomas J.
Latham, Major of do.
Thomas Jeff. Heir, Colbnel of 7th Regiment.
B. S. Russell, LL Colonel of do. W. H. Watson,
Major of do.
Daniel G. Livingston, Colonel 8th Regiment.
Those. M. Richardson, Lt. Colonel of do. Levi
Starling, Major of do.
John C. Pelot, Colonel of 9th Regiment. A.
J. T. Wright, Lt. Colonel of do. Willis Cham-
berlin, Major of do.
,Henry W. Clark, Colonel 10th Regiment. Wm.
Hichman, Lt. Colonel ot do. George Helverton,
Major of do.
James A. Goff, Colonel of l1th Regiment. D.
A. Gilliard, Lt. Colonel of do. Wm. Lockwood
Major of do.
John M. Penns, Colonel 12th Regimlrent. Ed.
D. Tracey, Lt. Colonel of 12th do. Nathan Nor-
ton, Major of do.
Feannes Dancey, Colonel 13th Regiment.
Wm. B. Fail, Lt. Colonel of do. Michael Usina,
Major of do.
Alexander Patterson, Colonel of 14th Regi-
ment. Wm. B. Hackley, Lt. Colonel of do. C.
Boyl, Major of do.
I Now tHEREFORE IE IT KN'OWiv, That the
above named persons are hereby proclaimed duly
elected to the various commands designated, and
when commissioned will be obeyed and respected
accordingly.
The Governor and Commande'-in-Chief would
avail himself of this occasion to bring to the
notice of the officers thus elected, the critical
state of our foreign relations, which suggests to
them the great necessity of promptness and en-
ergy in the organization of the Militia, and he
hopes that every Regiment in the State will be
speedily reported to the proper officer, organized
and ready for duty.
By order of the Governor:
J. SCOTT BROOME,
Adjutant and Inspector General, F. M.
May 26, 1846.


COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand 1st Sept.........4
Received past week .. ........ 1,743
previously ........ 106,979
Total .... bales -- 108,726
Exported past week ............. 625
previously .......... 89,475
Totalr...........-- 90.100
On hand and on shipboard not cleared 18,626


Last
year.


149313

137907
11406


EXPORTS OF OOTTON FROM APALACHICOOLA
Commencing 1st September, l645-aud same
time in 1844.


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Agnes---Mrs Hinklev, Dr H Ely;
Capt Simmons: Messrs H R Daffin.'J Roulhac, J
H Davis, G W Davis, Bryant Hines
Per steamer Eufaula-Messrs J F Bosworth,
J Ridgill and D Danforth
Per steamer Charleston--Mr Hawkins, Miss
Mill?. Messrs Rogers, Threlkill, Roger, Jackson,
and Dalton.
Per steamer AuRnsta-Mr Wm Patrick and
lady; Master Peabody.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Eufaula--06 bales cotton to Chas
R ouers & Co; 22 to A N McKay; 7 to Harper &
Holmes.
Per steamer Charleston-818 bales cotton to J
C Maclay.
Per steamer Augusta'--191 bales cotton to John
C Maclav, 173 to Chas Rogers Co; 124 to
Lockhart k Young; 57 to Howard 26 to B Ellison & Co; 16 to Wm Patrick; 4 to A
N MdKay.
EXPORTS.
NEW YORK-Per brig Wm L Jones--62
bales cotton.


NOTICE-All persons having claims against
John Jenkins, late of Franklin county, de-
ceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated within the time piescribed by law,
or this notice will be pleas in bai of their reco-
very, and all persons indebted to said estate, are
requested to make immediate payment.
B. ELLISON, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, June 4; 1846. 92-2m


Notlee.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing be
tween A. N. McKAY and S. H. HABLTs
HORNE, has this day expired by limitation.-
all unsettled accounts will remain with A. N.
McKay, who will continue the businebsson hii
own account.
A. N. McKAY,
S. H. HARTSHORN&.-
Apala'hlcola, May i, 1846. 18f
h--i-irs Sale.
BY virtue of a writ offi. fa. issued from the
clerk of the .Circuit of Franklin County ini
favor of Wm. [G. Porter against R. E. Raimond.
I have this day oevie upon and will offir for sale
on the 1st Monday of July next, before thi Court
House, door, in the city of Apalachicol' one
barrel Camphine and one box merchanizie, con.-
taining chimneys for lamps, levied on as the piop-
eriy 9f. said defendant, and sold to satisfy 9aid &t.
fa. JOHN LUCAS.
Sheriff of Franklin Colinty.
Aapalachicola, May 30, 1846. 22-ts.
Albert G Semmes,)
vs! 1 CALHOUN COUNTY.
Elias Simpson. j
By virtue of an alias fi. fa., to me, directed front
D the Franklin Circuit Court, I have levied o(
Lots 1 and 2, Block 19, in the City of St. Jpnpb,
and will offer the sarne for sale at 1 o'clock, at
the first Monday in July next, to itiiry Wai4 6.
fa. Sale on the premises. I "
ISAAC JACKSON, ShM.,,
per J W. MOSES, Deputy Shl'.
May 30, 1847 22-t4
Runaway *eg 6 or Sale,
N Wednesday 24th of June, 1846, I shall
expose for jale, at public outcry, at the
Court House (Concdil Chamber) In the city of
Apalachicola' one NEGR. -MAN, about thirty
years old, sold as a runaway slave, by virtue if
an act passed by the Legislature of the Territory
of Floiida, approved Nov- 21,1828.
JOHN LUCAS.
... Sheriff Franklin County.
May 23,1846.


State Tax Collector's Sale.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law,
I shall expose for sale, before the Court
House door in the county of Calhoun, on the first
Monday in November next, the following pro-
perty, or so much thereof as will pay the State
tax due on the same for the year 1845:-The S
W I section 33, township 3, range 1, joining the
town of Iola on the west, and the Apalachicola
River on the east, purporting to belong to H. V.
Snell. Alo, W J, SE i section 14, township' 1
range 8, N and W; N E I section 23, township 1,
range 8, N and W; fractional section 24, ditto
36, ditto 35, purporting to belong to Thomas M.
Bush, joining the lands of Mrs. Thomas and the
Apalachicola River. Also, 40 acres land purport.
ing to belong to James Hudson, joining James
Nail's land arid the Armona, No. not k.own.
Also 86 acres land, purporting to belong to P. Me-
Cormick, joining Sarah Nall's and the Armona,
No. not known. Also, the land, purporting to
belong to the Apalachicola Land Company, lying
in the county of Calhoun, bounded east by the
Apalachicola River, and west by Old River,
known, as Bird's island, and part of Forbes' Pur-
chase. ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector, Calhoun Co.
May 30, 1846. 23-6m


Auction arid Commission Busi-"
ness.
D DANFORTH, in continuing the Auction
o and. Commission Business in Eufaula, ten-
ders, cotdially, the thanks of the original firm to
former patrons, and will be grateful for the contin-
ued patronage ot his friends.
He will, on the shortest notice, give special at-
tention to the, following sales in Barbour county
and vicinity to wit:
ADMINISTRATORS' SALES,
REAL ESTATE is
FURNITURE "
SALES OF HORSES, &c. &c.
Etfaula, May 15, 1846. 23-2t
Auiicon and Commission Busi-
ness.
STARR & Co. will continue the Auction and
Commission Business in Eufaula, Alabamta,
through the summer, and will pay strict attention
to all goods consigned to their care.
May 23, 1846. 23-4t


PORT OF APALACHICOLA........ ;;June 6.


CLEARED.
June 2-Brig W L Jones, Tyler, for New York,
by Dodge & Pratt.
Jude 6-Ship Bladnhatd, Blandhari, for New
Orleans, by D B Wod d& Co.
ARRIVED.
June 8-.:Ship Blanchardi Blahhiardi fm Boston,
to D B Wood & Co.
Steamer Agnes, Wheaton, fm Chattahoochee
Steamer Augusta, Robertson, from Columbus.
Steamer Eufaula, Garrard, fm Columbus.
Steamer Charleston, Stapler, f'm Columbus.
Spoke, May 30th, by ship Blanchard, bark Due
de Orleans, hence for Havre, off Tortugas.


Scolcotoxicon. or Poisons for
Insects.
TUST received per brig Pioneer, which will if
o properly applied, immediately exterminate
Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, Fleas, Mosquitoes, &c.
&c. Also, Fly Paper, for the destruction of flies,
for sale by J. C. ALLEN.
June 6 ,


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,
ig--D B Wood ,Az Co. .. .
Edwin, Pierce, M tons, fm Providence, waiting
,@Mager.
w -wmzs. "
Pleiades, Carter, 284 tons, for Boston, loadtig--
D B Wood & Co.
Republic, Littlefield, tons, for New York, with
dispatch-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Pioneer, Hearn, 260 tons, for New York, loading
-Dodge ; Pratt.


Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals,
A NOTHER supply of fresh Drugs just re.
ceived by Brig Republic, which makes my
assortment complete, and of the best quality.
J. C. ALLEN.
N. B. My Store will be kept open the entire
Summer. All orders thankfully received, prompt-
ly attended to and correctly putt ip.
May 6


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Dry Goods.
THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
: Negro Ker~seys and Linseys,
Whlite and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 1citer.
.""Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and t0 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
: Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
,Linen and Cotton Cheeks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams
Super Cashmere d'Eeosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silk,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
"English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,


Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or, etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov. 29, 1845. 41 Water street.
0f HHDS St. Croix Sugar,
J.V 20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive,
103 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java,
4 cases Hyson Tea,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo,
50 Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby's,
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap,
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder,
2000 1bs Lead; 4 casks Linseed Oil,
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
1. For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


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


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Su gar.
f" K HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. su.
25Operior St. Croix, in store, for sale by
March 7 J. DAY & Co.
mlolasses.
I'^ BBLS. N. 0. Molasses, for sale by
f March 7 J. DAY & Co
Saddlery for fale at Cost and
"Charges.
]TAVING on hand a'n assortment of Saddles,
S;U. AL Bridles, &c. &C I Will dispose of them as
.aovfor cash.a.
"'On hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will
be sold for cash.
March 28 P. HOBART


1AO gtal, Notif.


OTICE-Six weeks after date, I will apply
to the Judge of Probate for Franklin county
*tiers of administration upon the estate of
iel Simpson, late of said county, deceased-
id Judge has noted default in the late Exec
to said estate, and revoked his powers to act.
THOMAS ORMAN.
palachicola, May 14, 1846. 20.6w
)TICE-Six weeks after date, I will apply
to the Judge of Probate for the County of
iklin, for letters of administration upon the
e of John Jenkins, deceased.
B. ELLISON. -
palaehicola, April 8, 18-16.


A Card.
T HE undersigned having purchased from Mr.
B. & Hawley his entire stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glas- Ware, Shon, Fur-
niture, &c. will continue the business at Whole-
sale and Retail, at the old stand corner of Water
and Chestnut sts, and begs leave to say to his friends
and former patrons of the establishment that his
stock is complete, embracing every article usually
kept in Southern Druz Stores, and from arrange-
meants recently effected, will be regularly supplied
with fresh staple articles.
Physicians, Planters, Country Merchants and
others will find it to their interest to call and ex-
amine his stock and prices. All orders will be
promptly attended to in person by
March 1, 1S46. H. F. ABELL.


Drugs and medicines.
STHE subscnber ha, and will
constantly have, on band, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-
r CINES, which he will warrant pa
B and of the beat quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will fid 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 sti.
Balsam of Liverwort.
A REMEDY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptoms,
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAM o" LIvERWORT, which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is,
and has been for a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attended Ductor
Taylor's medicine in perfoirming its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proofs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. Franklin says a small leik will sink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
-- Apalachicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLOR'4
BALSAM oF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, 49 it ib
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws. k
March 21, 1841). 12-ly )fV
Tarrant's Effervescent S 'er_
Aperient.
EALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
bv the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed to be
the most popular remedy of the present Pay, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestiont Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Flad-
ache, Hearttourn, habitual Costivenew, &"c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article ; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; 1hey will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov .5. J. C. ALLEN, Drutgist, &c.


Jackson Circuit Court.
SPRING TERM, 1846.
The Farmers' Bank of Virginia,
Compl't.
vs. } In Chancery.
Thomas M. White, Adm'r, &c.j
et. al. Defendants. J
TT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that
Robert W. Williams, one of the defendants,
resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida,
to wit, in the State of Virginia. It is therefore
ordered that said defendant appear and answer the
said complainant's bill of complaint, within four
months from the date of the first publication of
this order, otherwise the said complainant's bill
of complaint shall be taken as against the said
Robert W. Williams as and for confessed, accor-
ding to the form of the Statute in such case made
and provided. It is further ordered, That a copy
of this order be published in some newspaper
printed and published once a week for four months.
Dated this eight day of May, A. D. 1846.
THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.
A true extract from the minutes of the Court.
NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk.
C. II. DuPoNvT, Counsel and
Solicitor for Compl't.
May 8, 1846. mav30 22-41m


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


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


N OTICE-All persons having claims against
Stephen T. Skillman, late of Franklincounty,
deceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed by law,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their reco-
very; and all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment.
SILAS DAVENPORT, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 1I, 1846. 16-2m
NOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin
county, for a final discharge from the administra-
tion of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased.
B. T. CARO, Adm'r.
BENJAMIN ELLISON, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 4, 1546. 14-6m
OTICE-After six month's publication of
this notice, I shall apply to the Judze of
Probate, for Franklin county, to be discharged
from the administration of the estate of Oliver
C. Raymond, late of said county, deceased.
BEN F. NOURSE,
March 28, 1S4I Adm'r. de bunis non.
OTIC K-Six months after date I will apply
to the Probate Court of Franklin Courtly,
for a final discharge from the administration an',
office of executor of the estate of David Rich-
ardson, deceased.
V- RD WTT-TTT" A *VQTT


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


To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND POINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE.
T HE subscribers have opened a new Type
Foundry in the city of New York, where
they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for
any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases,
Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, ne-
cessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand
materials.
The Type which are cut in imitation of the
English letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an
entir.:.ly new set of Matrixes with deep counters,
are warranted to be unsnipassed by any, and will
be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished
by us is hand cast." The types from any foun-
dry can be matched at this establishment.
Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Engines
of the most approved patterns.
Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
COCKROFT & OVEREND,
Dec. 13, 1845. ly 68 Ann-st., New-York.
Bagging and Rope.
1 O0 PIECES heavy KENTUCKEY BAG-
100 GING; 50 Coils Rope; Also, 200
sacks corn, for sale by
BUGBEE & HOWARD,
jan3 No 7, Columbus Block.
Prints Only-Spring Styles, 1846.
LEE & BREWSTER, 44 Cedar-street, beg
leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that
they have received and are now exhibiting at
the Warehouse exclusively for Printed Calicoes,
500 cases, comprising all the NEW SPRING
STYLES of British, French and American Man-
ufacture; which, in addition to t heir',sual stock,
renders their assortment one of t'-e inot beauti-
ful and attractive in the city; and having JUST
been purchased for CASH AND SHORT CREDIT, are
offered by the piece or package on t he same terms,
at and below manufacturers' prices.
0:3- Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are
placed in the hands of buyers.
W- Purchasers will inform themselves of the
state of the market, and be well repaid for an ex-
amination, even if they do not purchase.
New York, March 3, 1846. 15-1y


Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Mary Ann Rouen,l
vs. Bill for Divorce.
John Rouen.
T appearing from the affidavit of the Solicitor
of the complainant, that the defendant, John
Rouen, resides beyond the limits of the State of
Fiorida. It is ordered that publication be made
in the Commercial Advertiser onee a week for the
space of four months, of the institution of this
suiit, requiringr him to appear and answer to the
said bill on or before the first day of October next,
or the same will he taken as confessed against
him, and such further order made in the premises
as to the Court may seem proper.
(A Copy-Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
May 16, 1846. 20-4m
AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 28, 18-16.
Circuit Court Franklin County.
tIezekiah Nash, }
vs. 5 Petition to foreclose mort-
Sidney R. Ford and gage.
Elizabeth A. Ford.
WHEREAS, a petition has been this day filed
in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of
Franklin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain
household furniture, made and executed in Deca-
tur county, Georgia, on the 28th day of August,
1844; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the
defendants Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford
reside beyond the limits of the State of Florida:
It is ordered that said defendants do appear and
file their objections, if they have any, within 15
days before the first day of the ensuing fall term
of this Court, otherwise said petition shall be
,taken pro cont'esso; provided that due publica-
tion of this order be made in the Commercial
Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two
months, successively. (A Copy-Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
April 18, 1846. 16-2m
AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 16, 1846.
Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Alphonse Loubat,
vs.
George W. Harrison and Marza-
ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
David G. Raney and ftarriet F.
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud-
son, Alexander McAlpin and
Ogden Haq,'erty, Assignees of Bill to fore-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort-
Bogart and John N. Hawthorn, gage on lots
constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. 9 and
& Hawthorn; David Maitland, ? 12 in block
David S. Kennedy, Henry La- El, in the
verty, James S. Branden and city of Ap-
Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola.
the firm of Branden &Zfurray;
Crumby and Dra.
per, constituting the firm of
Crumby & Draper ; Wil-
son and Gale, visible
partners of the firm of Wilson,
Gale & Co. and James Brown.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the above nam-ned defendants do not reside
within the State of Florida, but within the
United States; It is therefore ordered, that pub-
lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser,
once a week, for the space of four months, of the
institution of said suit, requiring them to appear
and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or
before the expiration of that time. or said bill
will be taken as confessed against them and such
further order given in the premises as to the
Court may seem meet.
(A Copy-Teste.)
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
March 20, 1846-1244m
Franklin County.
FIRST DISTRICT JUSrICE'S COURT.
A. G. Semmes, )
vs' Attachment.
Aaron B. Marvin. S
T HE defendant is notified of the institution of
the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable
to the April term of said Court.


i-4. Du. n i i.Ai-r n.
8-Grn


Feb 21, 1846.


Found at Lat--A tSure Cure for
the Piles.
PHYSICIANS and Chemists have long been
anxious to discover a medicine that would
cure one of the most troublesome diseases, the
Piles. Success has at last been the result. Dr.
JACKSON'S PILEE EMBROCATION not only stops
all bleeding, allays pain and inflammation, sub-
dues that intolerable itching, but efftctually cures,
like a charm, and in a very short time, persons
whose lives have been rendered miserable for
years. For sale by J C ALLEN,
Sole Agent for Apalachicola.
March 2S.,1846. 13-4m




ACOUSTIC. OLk! ^
1 1\THE ONLY CURE FRan|/\^

F"OR tlie cuire el 0 KAF.'-, SS, Pains, and the
discharges of matter from the Ears. Also,
all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing of
insects, falling of water, whizzing of steam, &c.
&c., which are symptoms of approaching deaf-
ness, and also generally attendant with the dis-
ease. Many person.; who have been deaf for ten,
fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to
use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two
bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made
perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeous highly
recommended its use. For sale by
J C ALLEN, Sole Agent
March 28 13-4m for Apalachicola.
Cabinet Work Shop.
ir :r THE subscriber is now in readiness
to manut'acture new, or repair old,
Furniture, with proinptness and de-
spatch, and solicits the patronage of his old (pay.
ing) customers, and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new ones.
PETER HOBART.
CU- Shop in third story of Brick Building, cor-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.


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


State Tax Collector's Sale.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six
months after date I will expose to sale at
public outcry, opposite the Court House door,
in the City of Apalachicoia, county of Franklin,
the following Lots, lying and being in said City,
as the property of the following persons, for
Taxes due said State for the year 18-15, as per
plan of City.
L, ts. \IBlocks\ O,,f'ts. Taxes'.
2 40 Campbell, 20')
9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 60
7 and 12 BI Wi. Mathers or assigns 2 9.5
4 2S )r. Meacham, ,1)
1 J H. N. Morris, so
6 and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60

JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
and ex-Officio State Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 18-16. 4-Gm
On Consinmi ent.
0f CASKS superior Rice, now landin- from
20\Jbrig Tybee, and for sale by
Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co.
Pork & Beef.
A4f BBLS. Mess and Prime Pork; 30 bbls.
O-fc Mess and Prime Beef, for sale by
Marc 7 J. DAY & Co.
A Card.
ISHING to close our business in thiz place,
W we are prepared to sell our extensive stock
of DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., at
unusually low prices for cash or city acceptance
Merchants and others visiting this city, will find
it to their interest to examine our stock before
making their purchases.
J. STEVENSON & CO.
Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1816 jan17 3-tf


Drugs, M1ledicines, &c.
A LARG E ar;d fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
cines, &c. consisting in part of the follow-
ing articles :-50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and hf
pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea ; 10 bxs Olive Oil;
40 kegs Epscm Salts; 10 bbls Copperas; 10 lbo
Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London Mustard ; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup;
10 kegs Pearlash-; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
Powders ; 20 lbs English Calomel; 20 doz Spts
Turpentine, and a general assortment of all arti-
cles in the Drug tine, for Country Merchants,
Planters and Physicians. For sale by
March I H. F. ABELL.


Blank Eooks and Stationery.
L EDGER--, Journals, Day Books, &c.
5:) reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books ;
Ship and River bill's Lading;
Books obr Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
J'it received and fjr sale by
March I H. F. ABELL.


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


PAINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White
Lead; 200 galls Winter Lamp Oil; 300 galls
linseed Oil; 5o1 bxs assorted Glass; 500 lbs Put-
ty ; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
received and lir sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.
Per Brig MIetantora.
JUST arrived a beautiful assortment of Gents.
Goods, suitable for the season, amorg q ich
may be found-
French Linen check and Sack Coats,
Do do do D'Orzay do,
Union Plaid Linen Hunting and Frock Coats,
Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling Pants,
Union Plaid .. .
Plain White ,, ,,
Kremlin, fancy and striped Cottonade Pants,
White, Linen bosom, and fancy col'd Shirts,
Super striped Caulbrick ,,
Palrnleaf, Leghorn, Panama, Florence and Cana-
da Straw Hats,
Super Calf Boots, Brogans and low-quar. Shoes,
Buckskin, Cloth, Prunella and Goatskin Gaiters,
Leather Pumps, Velvet and Mo Slippers, and
many other Goods-all cheap.
March 28 F. KOPMAN.


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


I


Thow.. Clark,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
Ffs") CONTINUES to carry on this busi-
.slyJ _ness i: -Apalachicola, two deors belowv
fl the City otsel on Centre street.-
SHaving superior workmen, he is con-
fident, that all who may patronize him will fitvd
they have called at tl..- right shop. French Call'
Skin and Morocco Boots, or Shoes, made to order,
of the latest fashion and most approved style.
All mending, &-c., done with neatness and promp-
titude, and on terms that cannot fail to be re-
cognised as in keeping with the competition in
trade and the closeness of the times.
janl7 3-6t


Iron, Nails, &c.
S)(\ TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
2/0 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils,
20 English and American Vises,
20 Bellows,
12 dozen Spades and Shovels,
10 Collin's Axes,
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards,
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws,
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


Bag-ing and Rope.
500h PIECES heavy Clifton Kentucky Bag-
500vging.; 500 coils good Kentucky Rope.
Also, 150 boxes Tobacco various brands, for sale
by LOCKHART & YOUNG.
Feb 28, 9
Rope.
300 COILS, for sale by
30 march14 D B WOOD & CO.


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


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


Spring Goods.
JUST arrived per brig Metamora-
Rich Fancy Prints-English and American,
New style and very superior Ginghams,
China Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses,
Ladies' Fancy Dresses, in pattern,
8-10 and 12-4 Musquito Lace Netting-double
and single.
50 pcs plaid and white corded do do.
Ladies' fancy Sun Shades and Parasols,
Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,
Figured Muslins, Balzarines and other styles of
Goods, for Spring Dresses.
Ladies' Kid Walking Shoes, Buskins and Gaiterir
Do black and colored Kid Slippers and Ties,
Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and Dunstable
Straw Bonnetts,
Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jackonet;4
Muslins. .<,^
Besides many other articles which the subedriber
intends to sell very low.
March 28 1 F. KOPMAN.


Flour.
11 BBLS. Western; 50 bbls. Canal, now
116Ulanding, for sale by
April 1S J. DAY & Co.


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


Molasses.
211 TIERCES, 205 bblA and 28 hhds. cargo
211JLofschr. Swan from Havana, now landing,
for sale by [april 11] J. DAY & Co.


A. G. SEMMES.
12.3m


March 18,1846.


Franklin Superior Court.
William Wright, )
vs. Attachment for $5000.
Daniel McDougald. 5
rTIIE Defendant and other persons interested
. are hereby notified of the institution of the
above suit, and are required to plead accordingly,
GEO. S. HAWKINS,
J. C. SMITH,
Att'ys for Plaintiff.
Apalachicola, March 19, 1845. 49-4m
Sheriffs Sale.
BY virtue of a writ offi. fa. issued from the.
clerk of the Circuit of Franklin County in
favor of Win. G. Porter against R. E. Raimond,
I have this day levied upon and will offer for sale
on the 1st Monday of' July next, before the Court
House door, in the city of Apalachicola one
barrel Camphine and one box merchandize, con-
taining chimneys for lamps, levied on as the prop-
erty of said defendant, and sold to satisfy said fi.
fa. JOHN LUCAS.
Sheriff of Franklin County.
Aapalachicola, May 30, 1846. 22-ts.


Havana Segars.
50 f000 BEST Havana Segars, for sale
50, by WOOD & Co,
April 4 32 Water st.


For Sale.
2r| BBLS MESS PORK: 20 1 bbls No. 1
y Mackerel; 20 j bbls No 2 Mackerel; 10
bbls Fulton Market Beef, for sale by
DODGE & PRATT,
feb28 9 40 Water street.


Coffee.
175^ BAGS Rio Coffee, landing from brig Vir-
i1 5/ginia, for sale by
April 18 J. DAY & Co.
Clover Seed.
A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover
Seed, for sale by
April 4 H. F. ABEL.
Congress Spring Water
JUST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
March 21 J. C. ALLEN.
Copartnership.
HE subscribers respectfully inform their
Friends and the public that they have taken
into partnership Mr. EuKEPNE W. ROGERS.
CHARLES ROGERS & Co.
April 7,1846.


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


- ---------~I I


$
.1
)l


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


Goods on Consignment.
A SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting o
Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco,
Gunpowder, Brandy, &c., is offered at New
York Invoice prices, by
jan3l 5 NOURSE, STONE & CO.


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


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


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


Albert G Semmes,)
vs1 o CALHOUN COUNTY.
Elias Simpson.
By virtue of an alias fi. fa., to me, directed from
the Franklin Circifit Court, I have levied on
Lots I and 2, Block 19, in the City of St. Joseph,
and will offer the same for sale at 12 o'clock, on
the first Monday in July next, to satisfy said fi.
fa. Sale on the premises.
ISAAC JACKSON, Sh'ff.,
per J W. MOSES, Deputy Sh'ff.
May 30, 1847 22-ts
Banaway Negro For Sale,
ON Wednesday 24th of June, 1846, I shall
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 runaway 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.


BY R. E. RAI1TMND.
OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed,
Pickled and in the Shell.
WELSH RAREBITTS,
POACHED EGGS,
BIRD SUPPERS.
fOr^ Private Supper Rooms.
HOT LUNCH every day from 11 to 1.
Families and visitors supplied with Oysters by
the barrel or gallon. March 14


Iron, Nails. .&c.
HE subscribers have on hand and for hies,
wholesale and retail, low for Cash-
20 tons- assorted Iron ; 50 kegs aworted Nails,
50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and-Cut,
Sheet and Boiler Iron,
Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
Sugar and Coldren Kettles,
Cook and Parlor Stoves, Sad Iron*,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hardware,
Britannia and Jappand Wares, Or. Andfron,
Fire Dogs, Shovels and'Tonic,
Hot ks and Thimbles, BItcks, Pump Boris,
Marlin Spnn Yarn, MatfillhannR*mp Co._.ge,
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar, Itoi,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,
Paints and Brushes, Rigging And-Pump Leatter,
Matts, Pumps and Buckets,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
March 14 ROBERTS, ALLEN &"CO.


Notice.
CASH wanted for sundry accounts of 16ng
standing. All persons interested will take
due notice and govern themselves accordingly, or
I will--dun them personally.
March 28 PETER HOBART.


Bagging and Rope.
100 PCS. Kentucky Bagging,
100 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians,
4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


Bagging and Rope.
450 KPCS. very heavy Louisville, Man &
4511,11 Co. Bagging; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March I J. DAY & Co.


Lumber.
JUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Lum.
ber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000
feet White Pine, assorted from f 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


On Consignment,
BOXES New Bedford Sperm Candles,
100 for sale low for Cash, by
WM. T. WOOD,
Nov 29 42 Water street.


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


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




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VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA_SATURDAY:, JUNE 6, 1 46. [NUMBER 23.

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I you never gave it up yet !" he missed the saddle and recollected tbd

CBi.isnKD: EVERY SATURDAY BY S. hawley, WM SYDNEY GREEN M .D.c APOSTROPHE TO DEATH. .. Yes: massa; but de Lor! dis beats all." 'act of the sale but'not the indivIdalwbo

ASW BTIL_? WY3HAN. FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, f jEY JtlLIAX CRAMER.I Tom./I say, bear it like a man !" had bought it. After racking hit me&ofj
Or> May be found at his residence, corner of
B-iltzell's Buildings, coiner of Cor. Water and Chestnut streets, fear thee not-oh death The cap was now drawn over Tom.'swoolly for some time to no purpose, be directed! hJi
Centre and the
Oet.Third Commerce Story and Chestnut btreets. April 4 _Apalachicola, Fa. House. High street, cpposite Nov Mansion 8. :.Thou stealest near me with so noiseless tread I head. It was a moment of awful! sus clerk Jim to turn his ledger alpbabtt a4,

T. II. & C. II. Austin V That I fcarcE'.fe1 thy presence, and thy wing pense-the crowd of thousands held their read off the W's, then the SVthe B'f.ftVd
Around with soft
touch is
TERMS.xs. [ me so a spread
Dr. A. W. Chapman I ireaths: -a short was offered up-and C's and other '
prayer letters in
Jucceuioo ill i to
.-Three Dollars per annum. COMMISSION MERCHANTS That thou mayst crush me while of life I sing! ,
Sal.cttlPTIO I'vanccXHf( : payment is delayed Water Street, fjtj-Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley, And still I fear thee not-for I and thou the fatal cord was cut Down dropped the no purpose. Tired oat with the mental

l1fariabty i in of the subscription year, FIVE DOL- Apalachicola Fa.I. (entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the Have met befoie, and I have scanned thy face drop,' and down dropped Tom.! exercise, and as the readiMt'wiij lettlioj
cntil the end dem3flded.o V house lately occupied by'Dr. Baltzell. Till every feature is familiar: nowI 44 \Vell, if dat wasn't a let Ie de hardest the difficulty, Jim,' said he, cbare a

!_ ..trill uriptiOfl! be taken for: a less term than six D. UGBE\:. HARGROVE HOWARD January 10, 1846. 2-tf ? greet thee with a friend's unfeigned embrace.I jerk eher dis nigcer had !" exclaimed Tom., saddle to every one of the customer' This

; v -and S2 will invariably be charged for Bugbec & Howard, II. E. Owens, fear thee not-oh death as he stood oc the ground-the cord having was: accordingly' done. When the photert.
until
No paper ''Ill be discontinued! Thou hast no power save o'er this feeble frame- b token."j'ou're.
rtrtprriod. \ the COMMISSION AND FORWARDING had got their cotton in, and timo
unless at option of the ATTORNEY AT LAW settling
are paid, Do with it as thou wilt From dust I came "
sir! said the sheriff
all arrear.\es MERCHANTS my prisoner : came. round the hills were presented and
And dust ,
unto lemming yield breath
CLAYTON Barbour Alabama.April ,
County, my ,
propri tnrs. .: i.-:One square, (twelve lines No. 7, Columbus Block, And I lay me down to sleepand be- for ot- ; laying his hand on Tom 's shoulder. occasionally one man more prudent thin _
plcuously! inserted at the following _Nov. I. 1S13. ApalachicolaFa.V 29,1S16. 2-tf (Alas how frail a thing is human fame !) '4Yes. I wus afore 1 wus bung !" said his neighbors, went through the drudgery

or lei ) But then I conquer ; from that dust I'll spring Tom., with a grin. of examining; a long list sundries
Samuel ScIiifTcr. by
: J. B. Brown I got
Oaey ratei !: r,.. ..$" OjH One month,..... $2 50s1math' 001'lreem.nth. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL( GROCER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Upward And towards so:, I Heav'n fear the, on'an not!untiring wing- I I You're not hung yet" -we'il get another different members of the family. he might

'. O !1j Three weeks..2 co- Particular attention paid to putting up family rope, and try it again. possibly discover a saddle which they bad
....;) (0:) Tvo.w('(. s.l, 50Two steamboat and WILL practice in the District Courts of the r Fn vain Tom. He be
ship stores. protested. thought
:
...... 03lj One insertion......1 00 No. Water >d States, and the Stale Courts of the TIME. not got. or one more than they had got and
m3nthS.:>> 49 street, bad taken his chance but the
thertil mfats having: tl'! number of iner- dec20 Fla. Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western There is a silent river already sen- objecting to the item it would be struck; oat
hy Uw, arc subject! to exception Apalachicola: : Circuit. .' The rolling river Time.In tence was! read to him, to be hung: by the. of course alleging there was some mistake.

1ioll' vrt".f1''i." : Joel W. Perry Office in Tallahassee. summer's rosy blushes neck until he should be "I'ead," and he was When all the accounts had been settled
from the .. ii ___i j:_ ______ .., .... .... In_ hoary winter's_ rime..___ .I MV 4-hf 1 .** .*lir\.**:. .ttltlt. ****. 1..I.*>_ ...._I.... ...Y.. ow. ._ _. .up.
To who advertise t uv me year a noerai uisVnlnt RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND January iu' io-ia.: :!- m It floweth- ---'J floweth.n ,-floweth uivu I'' ;:'UIJIlIIL VIJ UUU. IUIIIlt:1 jJiItlry. wen, Jim; saw me store-keeper! how
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will be nude; but ill advertisjments; not CODn:5SI01ERClIANT: :: In whatsoever clime. Dr. Jenkins felt his pulse, and declared that many: customers paid you for that laJ'dle1'

strictlY Li. n.ntainin!? to.their! own business, as No. 42 Water street t, REMOVAL. I he really was not yet "dcnd," and the sheriff\ Jim examined and reported lhirtyone.*.>.

'isell M alllcraladvertisements sent m by them, -Dec 20 Apalachicola, Fa. 'v. G. M. Davis, And well trimm'd harks are sailing could not disregard the advice of so distin- 'Little enough,' exclaimed his employer,

chafed at the usual rates.: J. 21.! & J" M. Hull ATTORNEY AT LAW Upon its silent tide : medical '
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vvillb: With golden riches: laden guished a gentleman.At for the trouble we have bad to find one

M.:: T -tiers may; be addressed_ to either the. edi- FACTORS & COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, CG- Office in Floyd's new Building, oppositethe The little vessels glide ; length a new rope was brought. who got it.'
urtlrOllnet,and ma: :.t be TOST PAID to insure Mansion House. Dec 13 184$. And Faith and Love and Action "Come Tom." said the
!con No. 43 Watr.r street, Squire "go up 1 give these stories as examples. not of
sttrntion. And Hope are side by side. again. 'rom.-that's a good fellow." dishonesty in dealers of the soutb- .for there
#f::-L -u--: V Nov., IS 15.: APALACHICOLA FA. A. G. Semmcs,
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=--- ATTORNEY AT LAW. And oh. a host of others Well massn: I'll!! go up for you. if you is as little dishonesty there as anywrAKe, butto

ttSfllMB DCCCCtOfn. David G. Raiicy, Jo.. C6ni|>ose the little fleet. ses so, but 1 won't for none ob de rest. no point out a trait in human nature, that:
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:::= :: ----: COMMISSION fc FOR WAR DING MERCHANTAND of Centre I Now soon the waves are heaving, bow." where is readily made it is
& Commerce
\V. ror. streets. money usuallynot
JohnMunn. Eugene Rogers. Now wide the beat
waters
b les Rogers DEALER IN GOODS, I ; The editor whispered to a bystander, that taken of.Vho
<: nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. Grav mitts steal o'er the waters care in the north or
Chase Rogers & Co., No. 43 Water street.:; The mournful mists of Fate. remark was decidedly original. and made a east would pay an item of forty dollars,

COMMISSION f MERCHANTS): _Nov 5. Iv Apalachicola. J. Law, "mem." of it in his note hook. without examining! the bill which embraced

Water street, Francis Kopmaii, ATTORNEY AT LAW, The polar-star grows dimmer ; Tom. was swung off 'g'Jin-and the ropedidn't -CisL's Advertiser.
Fa. The
5. Analachicola, scatter'd sela driven;
April 7,1 WHOTjfM.B: AND RETAIL DEALER IN Bainbrid e, (Decatur Co.) Ga. All wide!: in disappointment break. He was cut down. sifter a -

S. Davenport, SHOES,Day GOODS.CLOTHING HATS&.c. ()!G-: Will attend punctually the Superior Courtsof Unto the waves are given, while, examined by the doctor and pro- [From the Western Continent: ]

FOinV\RDING AND COMMISSION I C/icapjr Cash, the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of And Fa.th alone remainetli nounced to be "(lead." So the law was. MAJ. JONE'S FIRST GLASS SODA WATER.

MERCHANT ort) Chestnut-Street,Apalachicola, Fla.. the South( Western! and of the county of Thomas! To bear the soul to Heaven. satisfied. After gwine up as far as Youtaw street,

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No. :50; Water- trt'et.ApalachicoIa, J. C. Allen, of-the Southern Circuit. may3 Ca-.h __-U Jt was scene. at once'tbrillingly anima and takiu a look at the Youtaw Hotel,

Fa. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in John Bilbo-i SfLiLlttIIafltou 'ting," said the editor in his next paper, "and what's: bout as big as Noah's ark, 1 crossedover

M.: Liberald'ares imde on consignmentsto DRUGS, MEDICIN'ES; PAINTS, OILS ATTORNEY AT LAW ------ inconceivably imposing besides being in the on tother side of the street, 'lookin

nv fnend: in New Orloans( New York or GLASS: HUSHES, &c., &c. ALBANY, GA. [From the Papers of the late John Brown.] highest degree impressive, and no doubt its along at one thing aud another til I got

J.i\'erpnol. April, iS 16.. Jl general also assortment, of WILL practice in the several Courts of the tTHE EXECUTION OF BLACK TOM. salutary influence will long be felt in every most down to Charles street. By this. time

II. F. Abcll, BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, fce., &c. uth.\\Testern Circuit, and Thomas and ramification of society, restraining the impetuous I begun to be monstrous dry, and *s I'd "

\'WILF.oCL: A.-D RETAIL, cor. of Centre & Commerce streets, Stewait counties Squire Wilkinson, in Fairview, was one and :affording to all a useful commentary I heard tell a good deal: about the sody water

maLER I N' OUJG"! ;MEDICINES:), PAINTS, nov5 Ap.ilichicola: Fla. Aug. 0,1845. 31-tfAdvances. of the most respectable citizens. He bail ou the tern justice of the laws, I what they have in the big cities, 1 thought

oILS, GLVSS, &.c., &r. P. Slobarff, -- ---- .------ settled there in early times and] thus had whose majesty had been violated, and is now r I'd try a little at the fust place whar they

V t \.,-\ .'rl( r:1l: a ::1I"tmp"'t of Statinery. ::\MAXUF\CTUREll]; DEALER IN become possessed of property, which had so signally vindicated. The crowd lingered : sold it.Vell, the first doctor's shop I com

:! COlr. of Chestnut aria W.iter !street;*; CABIN'S I1 FURNITURE. THE Subscribers continue( to mak advances on so risen in value tlnuugh the entei ')iise and round the spot for some hours:! after the body I tu had. a sody water sign up, and in I went
Anal.Hiicola. ]Kn. () consigned to their friends at Liver- efforts of others, that he found himself, in.. had been taken :' .
-'t'rd i! 1 11 rrs0.: 44 Water street-.U\\.> stairs, ..,,, .. _, : away. .. to !git sum.
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II. D. :DaiMcti, novlb Ap.il.iclncoM, rla.Lock'iari I' : I nine one 01 I tie riciiesi: men in me piace.In 1'0111:6 bony( passed to the dissectingroom Ses I, "I want: a drink ofyersody water!"
_ D.tB. WOOD & Co.
I the course of hunr.m events he had been of Dr. Jenkins where it suffered the
\Vh kind of will *
. NI. 2 Columbus Building::*, V Yozia:?, Dec 5 2'J Water strccr. 0: 1t syrup you hare I1
Fa. COMMl.3SION::\ : I 1 an.l F 0 R \\" A R DINGMERCHANTS Pustmnsler: Justice of tin\ Po.ice, and, finally iinUindes., cut\ of all. ses he puttin his hand on a bottle of rnoasses. -
D"t'.2n.152i.) !:; A'Vdl.ichicoK Advances IVcw of the In aillilioti !
: to Orleans. Piothonotary C'HlWtV. Two yeats after the village; newspaper .

E. F. Sours*. II. B. Stone, II. \V. KroolcsA'oarsc No. 53 Water street, T IBERAL Ca Ii Advances made on consiirntner.ts i ( to this! 'his daughter, Ke.suil; had a l'ontainetlthc following par.igaaph; ; : "I don't want no syrup," ses 1, "1 want

Stone fc Co., nor30: } Apalachicola, Fla. iA of Cotton or other produce to New Pu C-altO, :am! his only son had been sent to Our renders will, doubtless, recollect that sody water."
__ Orleans.: J. DAY & Co. the West Point Academy, (from which, Black Tom. the last his innocence "
protested to "
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MERCHANTS All he soda.
want extra
COMMISSION \\'M.V.. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVKR.: Dec 6 52 Water st. ses you :
however, he had been expelled) so that the of the uiurdei'commitied the Cold
No. 40 Water street, Sims A Cheever I on And with that he tuck a glass and put
nor! A'\\lachiroh: Fla. COM.1lSSION: I I MERChANTS I Advau ecs. Squire considered himself so important: (1.. Spring road. \Ve observe by :an Ohio paper sum white stuff in it, and then held it under

- KJOiftcc No. C Columbus! \ Buildings, THE subscribers countinue, as hereto'ore, to I personage ;as to be entitled to weir; a cane, that a man has been arrested in that the spout till it was full, and handed it to
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, Benjamin Sailer, dccl-4 Fla. liberal advances on Cotton consigned and i lo set it down emphatically: ; as\ he t trod State, for some offence, and has confessed In e. -
Apalachicola,
COlIlISSIOSlIRClIA: N T, to the address of their friends in Liverpool, New I the village; pavement. I might lemark, further tlr.it: he committed the'murder.Ve regret I it to head and pulled at it
I put my ,
York Boston. C. ROGERS & Cu. away
4 No. -1J Water strcl.t-Up stairs, or that the had been talked of forCougrp.ss
Cooke & Home, Oct. 25 47 Water street. : Squire ihat Tom. suffered, as it appears he was really but I never got such a everlastin dose before -
Fh.
DKI I, 1')11. Apalachicola, COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, hut nothing came of it-still it innocent. The; breaking of the rope in all my life. I got three or four swal-

JSEEMUH DAY. DAXIEL' J. DAY. No. 13: St. Chules: Street, Exchange. was something to I be named in connexion was evidently Providential but was not inter- len clown before 1 begun to taste the dratted
subscribers as Agents for the Bank cf with so great a di nily. the lime. Circumstantial
.1.. Day V Co., New-Orleans. THE preted correctly stuff: and you may depend it liked to killed
. ANDREW S. COOKC. AMOS HORN. ,are prepared to purchase bills on The Squire had a negro man-black evidence is not, after all, to be relied on me right ded in my tracks. It tuck the
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, New York, Boston Providence
Philadelphia or
Tom-who had: been bound as a servant to in all "
febS. cases.
, Charleston, and check New York in to breath clean out of me, and when I eum to
No.;52 Water street, on sums him when and whom he had '
Fa. Jas. F. Farrior, suit purchasers. V very young, myself my tongue felt like it was full.of
t Dec 6 Apalachicola, his self SOUTHERN CHARACTERISTICS.
reared in the fear of
own
GENERAL RECEIVING.I ( FOllWARDING fc Nov 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co. up august needles, and my stnmmick like I'd iwa'llered -
CJ-: \lso, Agents for the Etna: Inunnce Co. little t'ls" human 10 1806 since, IfitS
though he feared very nearly forty years
f' COMMISSION MERCHANT of frozen suds and
-- a pint the
Hart.
;l t ford e"In Protection ur.lnl'P Co.Insurance" Hartford Co.Conn.and the No. 9 Columbus Block T UMBER INSPECTOR.r-The under!!ened. or divine. Tom was one of me rarest nig- ;in... .i. .IttrhV:1I'...........- linn..--
I _rtovO Ap.ilachicola, Fla. ...LI having been appointed Inspector of Lumber gets ever born-played the fiddle l danced salesman to the establishment, paid off bills ; 1 drapped the grass and aperted' the rest

Ls. Frcil. E. D lisas, T. J. SANFORD. M. M. BOTT.Sa for Franklin County, offers his services to the .juh.s: -'''ing the oddest kind of songs-stole to many of the western merchants of that out of mouth quicker'nhightnin' but before .
FACTOR AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT public in that capacity, and will attend to all ho could his hands day, Kentucky and Tennessee at that my
: ford &; Butt, every thing lay :! on, managing : period I could git breth to speak"to the*hap
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COMMISSION::\ !'; MERCHANTS.No. duties appertaining to said appointment. He may : not (to be found.out--and; in short comprehending the larger share of what standin behind the ;
No. Columbus Block was : counter stare-
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' 2 : be found at 22 Water ,
'r Dsc 6, lSL n. Apalachicola, Fa. 36 Water Street, March 23 street.JAMES GIBSON. ; was considered by some a fellow of great ,: purchasers from the \Vest. Among these in at me with all his might, he iiM me If Iwasn't .
dccl_I_ Apalachicola, Fla. I miith. and by others an arrant Knave. was a firm who did business at Louisville well.

. Harper & Holmes I An accident night to theSquire's genuine specimens of the Kentuckians of
UMBER SPECTOR.-The undersigned happened one "
Avery cV:; Jones, L Well thunder and lightnin, ses I,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GROCERS As COMMISSION MERCHANTS, having; been appointed Inspector of( Lumber wife's aunt Polly, who resiJed those days. The partners transacted a hea- "do you want to risen me- to deUt acd then

k also, No. 31 Water street. for the County of Franklin, offers( Ills services to within a short distance of the town. Somebody vy business and besides their regular mer- if I'm well ?" .

t Azentu for the Dec 13 Apalachicola Fa. the public in that capacity, and will attend to ill had; killed her! and stolen all her money cantile dealings; had a fund of fire to ten ax"me Pisen !" he. t
SUN MUTUAL I INSURANCE COMPANY:\ ses V
duties appertaining to said appointment. thousand dollars laid aside for.
but could tell who did it. The gambling
. of the Cily of.Mw }York W. A. & P. C. Kain, CORNELIUS GRADY. nobody 44 Yes," ses I. "pisen! :I ax'd yott for
alone. \Vhen of the finn
village was in a ferment. and body purposes one
No. 01 Water street, COMMISSION:: MERCHANTS, March22. 1S45.: every some sodyVater and you give tat a dose
- SOd F. was speculating the outrage, and giving went cast, they drew on this fund from one- : ...
,IS 2J.; Analachicola, Oifice, No. 4 Columbus Building*, upon bad enough to kill a boss.
INSPECTOR. Having been ajT- out opinions as to what ought to be dune third to one.b Edvvuril lUcCnll, Nov. 1, IS2j.: Apalachicola, Fa. LUMBER "I gin you nothing but plain sody, say
) Inspector of Lumber fr the Countyof with the. murderer and thief, if he could be settling up in Philadelphia. Either party I he.
.., COMMISSION; MERCHANT AN'D DEALER Wm. II Kim rough, II. B. Kimbrough. Franklin, the undersigned offers his servicesto : (;:aughr. as he wanted money, took it from the drawer "
Well I Ie if that's what call
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GROCERIES
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DR.GOOnS AND .
Win. II. Kimbronxli; & Co., the public in that capacity, and will attend to There never bad been a man hung in without making any entry of it, and if ,
I'll be dadfetch'd if I'll.
", No. 0 Columbus Block, COMMISSION & .FORWARDINGMERCHANTS. all duties appertaining to !said appoint ment. Fairview, and everybody wanted to witnessan the desk was empty got it from his part : sody water, try .anymore
of it. Why, its worse nor Injin turnip -
Nov23 Apalachicoh, Fa. April IS, 1S4G. BEX.I. LUCAS.
: execution. ner's pocket-book without: offering: or ex- :

--- V- Office, No. 23 Water street-Upstairs, Washington County. In a week or two some circumstances occurred np.t I.......li....t. tit.LP .rolnrn..tta... it..._ .Smnp...."...-J.VP'irs.....:.iflprivtinli...-. .. -. juicestcw'd! .... down si; gallons_into a plc r.
wm. G. Porter io. Apalachicola, r la. cooled off in a snow-bank and mixed.with S V
(to TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. to fix suspicion on poor Tom, and I 1 saw the junior partner: of the firm in Piits- "
DEALERS
IN GOODS AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS. : r- Liberal advances on cotton consigned harrycane.
be sold on the second Monday in Sep he was ;arrested. An examination was had burg, and learned from him that they had
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or WILL i Just then some bilin hot steam come up
No.11 Water Street. Havre. Nov.1 1. 1515.:; next, ((14th) at the Couit-huuse before the Chief Burgess, which resulted. dissolved. partnership and conversing on into throte that liked blow'd
to nose
't4 _:\0' 29 Apalaohicola, Fa. door, at Roache's Bluff in: Washington county, in committing i of Tom to jail to "standhis the subject of their business with a friend in my my
,( Thomas Preston, within the usual hours of sale, the following out by the roots.
property with their he said
that familiar affairs
trial.: !Now the i trial was just what; city ,
used drinkin
Ses he ain't to
:t IVm. T. Wood, COMMISSION::\ AND FORWARDING to wit : I Tom couldn't stand at all ; for when it came I will! tell you the history of their dissolution maybe"you -
Four hundred] and eighty acres of land, lying it without
MERCHANT] syrup.
1 COMMISSION MERCHANT, APALACHICOLV, <'61. in Holme's Valley, l levied oii as the property of ; on, the circumstantial evidence was so it will amuse. you." He did this in No," ses 1, "and what's more, I never

, No. 42 Water street Water and Chestnut streets the estate of Jacob A. Rlackwell, and to be sold strong, that Tom was convicted, despite the these words: will be"
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corner
Office ,
; \ _Nov 29._Apdachicola. Fa. stair-Eutrarici on Chestnut street. for the taxes for the year 1815. I efforts of the ablest counsel.A P_, the senior partner. was getting Its much better with sassyparilla or V

ALBERT Don:;!:. CHARLES PHATT. Oct.up 25, IS 15. GmRobe.ts ANo, one hundred and sixty acres of land, lying day was fixed for ihe exection. A gallows I- old and'rather tired of business, and pro- gooseberry ses he. *.Will
Hirkroy Hill,levied on as the of that he should him syrup you try
on property old his buy
: had' been erected in an open field!, posed to partner "
Dodge & Pratt, Allen & Co., lark*t\ne, and lo be sold for the taxes receive the amount of his some wish syrup ]
on a hill near the to\Vn-seals& were arrangedfor out, offering to "
SIIIPPING &. COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the IS 13. "No I thank! you, ses I, and I paid hima V
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IC MANUFACTURERS\ I IN TIN, COPPER, year I the booths erected to furnish share in four instalments. The partner
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. t No. 40 Water Street BRASS, &c.ALSODEALnilS. I Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes' refreshments spectJiors: --and the most distinguished ;agreed 10,1 the measure and the terms ;and(! thrip for the dose I had and put out. V
;: \ftv. Fa. IN Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ; ,
:! Apalachicola, preparations; made for a most glorious being in some respects a business man: A \WOMAN'S ADVA>< TAGES.-A.
woman
--11. Hardware, Stoves Britannia' and Jjpaned Wares, and (to be sold for the taxes for the year 1St 13.;
1 '?IcKay A Ilartsliorac, Iron Steel, Nails Spikes Grate Bars Also, forty acres of land l lying on Bear Creek, display. The Judge who sentenced commenced! taking; an inventory of the goods.Vhats may say what she likes to you without' the.

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Sugar; Kettles ami Mills and other levied on as the property: of A. S. Bryant, and to Tom, had: remarked that the scene of his ihe use of taking an account of risk of getting Knocked down for it. .*..

No.10 Water street, Castings; Ship; Cli.mdlery.c. be sold for the year 1845.: death would be an impressive warning to stock,' said; P. 'we had! ;about 0,000 worth She can take a snooze after dinner, while

NOT-1. IS 15. Apalachicola, Florid: Oct. 25: IS 15. APALACHICOL, Fa Alsn, one hundred and sixty acres of land, lying others"-:and they had all come to witness when I laid iu I the last spring's goods: and her husband has to go to work. V

. ------- in Holnes" Valley levied on as the property it ; for the crowd was greater than ever was my bills then were 812,000, :and I guess! we She can dress herself in neat and'tidy

r D. B. Wood & Co., WILLIAM DICJCEV. J W. HAMMOND. of Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for seen, even on a mining: ; day. have sold! about 10,000() dollars' worth out calicoes fur a dollar while a man has* to

if GE.VEUL: -_ CflcMicifl__.._.._. ._-__.\. _MERCHANTS.No. '_'_n______ _.. Dickey- & Hammond, the year 1845. TfYT%,. n.. ", ,\r\v* ri __ ..noJunL'I '[_'amVa__'n .- __* taken.._.._.. inA... .. cart____ to__ the._ nlare_ of_. since. what will vou !give for the balance !1" .furl_.n over-' -- at-- -least----. -forty--- to-- pet asuit. -,-fMnt'II.IJ.- '.,_. _.-.
I, Nov. 29 Water ftreet. SHIP AND .FAMILY GROCERS and ex-of5cio w.State\"UU1ncrJlf Tax Collector., execution. The Squire, his old ma'sLer, was *Why; ,' said the partcr, 'I, suppose there is i I. 0-- &

1,1 SU. Apalachicola, Fla. 32 \Vater- rteet, Apalachicola Fa. March 23, 1846. 13-6m there. I must not' omit to remark, that the as much stock now on hand, almost, as She can go forth into the streets without

--Titos.-- JVIitcltcl- October 19, 1815 42tf( editor ol the Sentinel of }Freedom and I.here was when we bought it'-meaning that being invited to treat at every coffee bpuse. .. -

DECEIVING L. GIBSON & CLAPP, 22 Water street, have Democratic Standard, and Fairview Gen- the I sales were three-fourths profit, and had She can paint her face if too pale, o ,,flour.
. FORWARDING, AND II. It. Taylor, received perschr Helen from New eral! Advertiser" (for the paper had recently not therefore'much. !lessoned the amount of it if it be too red. ]"
COMMISSION MERCHANT '
:\0.37 Water street, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING Orleans and offer for sale been enlarged,) was: also there, and others goods! on band-':> and 'twill give you 6,000 She can stay at home in .time of war,
& MERCHANT Oil 200 lbs
p o,. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fla. 200 galls" Linseed:: ; Oil Putty; without number were.there. dollars for your share, and settle off the and wed again if her husband is kille'd. .

r No. 22 Water-street Apalachicola., 100 50 boxes Refined Glass assorted Sperm sizes; ; 'The calm, blue heaven was without a debts in Philadelphia.' No,' said P. with She can:wear corsets_ if too thick,:other

Myers & Ulitcucl "lIept" ly 20 doz boxes Fancy Toilet Soap ; cloud, and the bright sun was reflected from an oath 'it would not be fair for me to take tixiD if too thin. -

k COMMISSION! MERCHANTS V Henry Hodges, 150 lbs: Tremont Starch; Tom's ebony forehead. .ns'he'' made a few that.: You give me $34,000 and it is .a bar- She can eat, drink,and be_merry,.wiihdat.

No.36 Water-street ; AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION 50 kegs No. 1 White Lead; remarks," still asserting his inntfcence, gainThe agreement was made! on that its costing her a penny. .

,J iov is.. Apalachicola,Fa. MERCHANT 10 4' Paris Green: 10 do Chrome do; but declaring himself prepared" for the i basis, and P. received his money before the She can get; divorced (rom bar husband'; 'f V

22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa. 10 Chrome! Yellow ; solemn occasion The editor was observed (first year r was through. Those were goMen whenever she sees-anyone' she likes,better.

Atvx Wn.IE.VM.. A. McKENZIE. ._ 100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. feb28 9 to note Tom's observations, and the preach days: for store keepers. Eight or ten years' She can run in debt and.make'her bus-

Wylle .& iIlcIte TjC, H. R. WOOD. P. W. CULLEW. V Wanted to Purchase for Cash. er clasped his hands; and 1 shut his eyes. !business sufficed then to make a.merchant baa si! pony up the cash. V "

I COMMISSION MERCHANTS Wood & Co., NEGRO BOY, from 13 to 20 years of age while Dr. Jenkins \vs visibly agitated; rich ; and a failure in business was never And MJ;; can wear' shoes, while her has-

No. 42 Water street AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION A suitable! for taking care of a horse and even to the. taking of a huge pinch of snuff. known. Another incident will serve further baud has to tug to get his boots bo. '.,*

E9t. i, 1S15. Apalachicola,Fa. MERCHANTS waiting in the house. Apply to The feelings of Squire Wilkiosou Ito i to illustrate the off-band business characterof _
. No. 32, Water street mchl WOOD & CO, Watcr-st.. can u-ll. the south-west. A merchant iu Mississippi "Out West," a_ fellow .says'**a bustle'-on

I Michael A. Myers, Nov. 1,1tH5. Apalachicola: Fa. V At length the noose was adjusted. during a day's business in which he a young lady i is intended -to answer t! p ar-

V UCTIONE AND COMMISSION Liberal advances made on consignments.The OA BASKETS London Club Champagne' V ."Tom.," said:the Squire. had been' crowded with customers V sold a pose of' a tail to,a_kite. Its object. is to k&ep.
t( MERChANT to Sales ont Doors. ,.,\J 5000 Regalia Segars for sale by V VV of the value of forty dollars but bad the -" "V '"'
t Xo. 36, Watr street VI strictest attention paid 1 B. 'S.' HAWLEY. "Sir?" V -. _. .- ". saddle, giddy thing steady. ... V ; :}
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THE:: HALLS OF THE MONTEZUMAS.Muotezutna sword to biB foes only hen he had no longer [From the Southern Quarterly Reviewfor April.] COBilllAL& ADVERTISER. has received_a'letter. ,from the Hon.: A. Yell, THE .NA1' ON.U. FAit :. Tfat

H ascended the Mexican a force of hrs own to respect it. That he TO THE LITERARY PUBLIC AND THE M C. from Arkansas. The President has
of the
throne A. D. 1502, at the age of twenty- shpQtd hive met the consideration due a PATRONS OF THE SOUTHERN QUARTERLY Intelligencer, 25th ia. ., sap: "'?

three, before Mtiico bad been discoverd by :.prisoner of war, is cause neither ofpraisenor REVIEW. AfrALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, TUNE 6, 1846. called for a regiment of, uDted'gUDmeD, President and his' lady, together .i hv?

'II Eurf'rt"aoHe died 30th of June 1520, astonishment. There being no officerof The present is tbe fifth year of the pub* (volunteers) from that State, to rendezvous other ladies obis family: and 'CCOfl1 ",

;, id the (fony-secoud year of bis age, aCwoundsliaactrd'bjthe equal rank for whom he could be exchanged lication ofthia Review, it having existed for OJTh.. following gentlemen are authorized will, at Washington i on Red River, da the lit of by the Secretary of War tba
for the ADVXTisKXand POIt
Agents CoJomaCIAL
'
similar work ever t
a longer than '
Spanish discoverers he was detained a prisoner of war. period any July:, The mea rendezvous General and
'Tennessee to the
and than rectiye and receipt for ubscriptiens or advertisements are -: Attorney Genera S
whom he toad invited to his royal palace. At his remaining in the American publisher at the South, longer > !,

.. Hi8ioii.m
On use-ending he throne "ot content with pain, he was sent to this city and allow Southern Literary Messenger. It has a Nw MMSRS.York.MAon & TCTTLE' 33 William Street, Kentucky and Illinois are to form another last: and spent au hour out!?

the spacious residence cl his father, he ed to go at large upon the parole of a sol circulation of two thousand subscribers, DAVID BRAVO, Ell;., New Orleans. brigide, and: the whole division, 4,500 strong Viewing'the vast and varied display ?

erected, another, much more magnificent, dier. He is now here. Gen. Taylor had widely scattered over every section .of the WM. W. CHEEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga. will march for the west about the 10th of merican skill and tf &.
fronting on ihe plaza mayor of the present every reason to know that his countrymeu South and South West, and!, to sorpe ex JAMES? H. WILSON Esq.. Fort Games, Ga. industry there ntdgelber

city of Mexico. As one of the historians would extern! to a brave man, captured at tent, in the Northern States. Established Major JACK HABDMAH, Eufaula, Ala. -- July. Governor Yell is about to to leave The President expressed bj!

informs covered its terraced at a period of commercial embarrassment Congress and volunteer for the war. self highly gratified he
his
,
us. tbeapace: by post, every attention which an admiration great 05: ** We have received from Messrs. as certainly _
roof might have afforded ample room for of courage might dictate but he knew also and continued down to the present At Louisville, Ky., 1,200 meu were readyto have been much impressed, if not _
time interval of depression WILSON &; Co. of New York, their great sa
thirty knights to run their courses: in a regular that the captive of a stricken field is withoutthe through an general embark on the 21st ult.-A like number by the extent and beauty of the
tournay. His father's palace, although means of relieving himself! from the annoyances in the monetary flfairs of the country Pictorial Double Brother Jonathan for the from St. Louis.STEAMBOATIANA. exhibi "

ppt so high, was so extensive lhai the visitors : of pecuniary want in a hostile it baa been only a strong conviction of Fourth of July. It contains Isome fifty or FAILURE OF THE COMMERCIAL

.were. loo. much fatigued in wandering thro' cnuntry. He gave Gen. La Vega a letter importance and necessity ,of such work sixty fine engravings, among which we notice -RECREATION-LIQUIDATING The Macon Messenger) brought But wi_
the apartments, ever to see the whole of it. of credit his merchants in this city. at. the South, pervading all, and especiallythe _
of
the
upon of which has the and the execution of Major ETC,-Quite unexpectedly to us, news failure of the Commercial
capture
tThe julaces were built of red stone, orr.a- He could not brook the thought that a General higher classes society, Bask
Jnented,.ilh marble, the arms of the Moottiuma who had engaged him in the field of enabled us to sustain il with a good degreeof Andre-two most beautiful picturesandalso in particular and every body elseSn general of Macon, by last night's mail W.

family (an eagle bearing tiger in his chivalry should be pinched by want amongst vigor. The extensive encouragement afforded Portraits of the eleven Presidents of the steamboats Charleston and "Au- hoped that we should never record tha fc.

talons) being sculptured over the main en- strangers, and he generously opened his to the foreign periodicals, republished the United States. All the engravings are, gusta arrived here yesterday! from Columbus lure of another bank in our Stalk ty
'"Irance Crystal fountains, fed b! great reservoirs purse to the only field officer of the enemy at a cheap rate in this country, and to thf bad that ,
lighter and cheaper literature of the day;, in fact, excellent, and the whole paper presents with full freights of cotton. It was hoped the concentration of
on the neighboring hills, played in who stood to his arms as long as there wasa *
: Ihe vast halls and gardens, and supplied water soldier to assist him. has operated also somewhat against the success a most splendid appearance. The our usual good fortune to have taken pas much villainy auJ scqundrelism could ig

to hundreds of marble baths in the interior It is conduct like this that teaches us of a work, gotten up in a superior price is but 12$ cents per copy, or ten for a sage at Columbus, last Tuesday a week ago, combine again to swindle the peopli rf

of the palaces. Crowds of nobles and that the moloch of war is not wholly a devil. style of typographical\ execution, and pub- dollar. on the Eufaula "better known to the Georgia out of their honest gains. \ft

tributary chieftains wen* continually sauntering Glory is not always arrayed in garments of( lished at a more expensive rate. Still, the "river boys" as the "Dog-To Boat." have never known a more deliberate!
through the halls, or loitering awayt1ae1r crimson. The displays of chivalry are not Review is in a healthy condition, its patron THE WEATHER, for two or three weeks, Ittem,
and it be the most of the to defraud the various branches of
is might "Guyascutus.-At
increasing or indojtn
steadily
> hours in attendance on the court. confined to the consuming sword. As much age up to yesterday morning, had been exceed-
Rich carvings= in wood adorned the ceilings as we are are proud of the achievements of in a flourishing state at this moment, if the ingly shower of rain (alien sandbars there was not a "sufficient numberob than the failure of this! Bank. It is a jhjat,
warm, noj a having
beautiful mats of palm leaf covered tbe Gen. Taylor in battle, we are equally so of debts due to the establishment, amountingto water" for our loony boat to glide if the citizens of Georgia will quietly .
at least ten thousand dollars, could be here for at least that period-in consequence ,
floors. The walls were hung with cotton his noble bearing towards a fellow-soldier in in-although she ill light draught--and the up under these accumulations of
richly stained. the skins of wild animals, or misfortune. Whilst the American i isled collected even with a moderate degree of of which drought our gardens had wrong u4
army cities of the result was, 10 eight day from Columbus injustice. There is a remedy; \ .
In the
promptitude. leading voyage canot
.
gorgeous draperies of feather work wrought by such an officer, its arms will not be began to suffer and vegetation of every description >
1 ,in imitation of birds, insects and flowers, sullied in the hour of peril nor its character South, collections are made by agents rea- to wither and droop. Yesterday to this place ; during whicbwe: ,'( gp.lhI > say that .we are surprised ar/lhis/ failm

.?n glowing radiance of colors. Clouds of assailed when the day is woo. The country dily enough, but to small towns and villages I er with some dozen other alike fortunate It has long since been predial by m
morning, we had cf rain-
a "sprinkle"
of
inscence from golden censors diffused intoxicating is safe in such hands. The wisdom situated at a distance from the place publication individuals had an opportunity of witnessing people who have time and again refuted
it is to send and there between old Sol) *
odors splendid which directs her will the impracticable agents was a contest
through apartments legions temper the beauties and participating in the receive her bills. They had seen a r..
occupied by the nine hundred and eighty courage of her soldiers by examples of com except at a greater cost than the actual and the clouds as to which should prevail I II
value of the subscriptions. The consequence pleasures of steamboating. True, we were those who were the managers of this .
and five thousaud I
wives slaves of Moo manding generosity. A war conducted: up. during the day, until the afternoon, when
is that they are often uncollected ; I "cabined cribbed and whole tion prominently Iu tbe affairs
tezuma. on the precepts of an exalted civilization the latter the and confined our figure of tit
gained mastery, we were
with
He encouraged science and learning. and will leave none of the bitterness of barbarous subscribers, occupied more weighty area freedom consisting of the two decks 'Ocmulgee Bank and other kindred Idstiti.
matters, neglect to remit, and the subscriptions again favored with just a sprinkling of rain.
publip schools were established throughout strife behind it. Victories achieved in
from of a small steamboat, but then we were tions in Macon. There was } stockholder
the g' ater part of his empire. The city of the name of patriotism, unmixed with baser accumulate yearto year.- Last night, however, we had a right good graciously
This 5 ill one of the principal reasons, ,why, permitted by the kind and obliging of this Bank who the people of Georgia hd
,JMexico in bis day! numbered twice as many impulses, will not be sullied by cruelties. shower, and the atmosphere this morningis
inhabitants as at present. and one thousand The legitimate ravages of war are desolating owing to a want of these means for carryingon decidedly improved on account thereof. Captain to enjoy the healthy recreation of honored with the judicial robes/ lIe tot,

men were daily employed in watering and indeed; but the ruthlessness of the soldiery the work with spirit, which are withheld heaving at the capstan at least once everyday has fallen from his high estate sad it hoot
The and other
inattention but which "greens" vegetables now
if
through mere ,
weeping its streets, keeping( them so clean sometimes makes them more terrible.- and two three times other said he disavows having owned
or day anjitocl'nthe
that a man could traverse the whole cilY There is no dread of this whilst our forcesare promptly( received, would be ample for the look quite revived!, and! we hope to have occasional every .
purpose, the publication of the work i is for a rarity. The third day out, the pleas- institution though his name was giret
with as little danger of soiling his feet as his! commanded by a soldier who presentsto showers throughout the 8ummer-
hands. A careful police guarded the city. his army an example' of courage in the sometimes delayed!, (as it is in the present just often enough to keep off malaria and antness of our situation was considerably to the public without any protest en ha ,

Extensive arsenals, granaries; warehouses, crash of battle, and of manly generositywhen quarter) beyond the time when it ought to augmented by the total consumption of the part.
drown the fleas without
appear. We have never, from motives of engendering more
aD aviary of the most beautiful birds, menageries the field is won.-N. O. Picayunt. ice, the "Queen's Eye-Water," and theother It is due the public to say: that the Mtr
houses for reptiles and I delicacy alluded to such matters before.- musquitoes-of which we have now quiteau
a collection of human monsters, fish-ponds serpents CAPT. SAMUEL\ H. WALKER. We have never, through the pages of this ;bundance.or "extras": ; leaving us river water and chant's Bank of Macon, over which, Go. i
work, asked our subscribers to transmit "knock-kneed moccasin H. H. Tarver is considered
built of marble and museums and public libraries This officer is of spirils"-i. e. presides toaaJ '
all on the most extensive scale added which of one will those rare spirits their subscriptions. We now respectfully :: Capt. WINDER, of Company G., 1st whiskey and "snake-root gin '.-the only to 1 the tore.-[Albany (Ga.) Courier. -
a state war bring out from our
their attractions to the of the solicit all those patrons of the Review who Regiment U. S. arrived here in
,
city
great citizen soldiers. His late Artillery a beverages to slake thirat and keep the
unequalled conflict reside at a distance, in the interior of the up take the (
which human orVe::: following extract nil
Aztecs. Gorgeous temples-in ( with the Mexicans in small schooner, on Thursday evening last,
which he lost' States spirits of the passengers and crew,-but
and not those on the ordinary route
victims sacraficed and their blood of the N. O.
were : a correspondence Picayw
baked in bread, or their bodies dressed for nearly every man under his command, and between this city and New Orleans (from from Tampa Bay, on his way to Pensacola, just a* a m<)U who chews tobacco in absenceof :
his daring heroism in cutting his dated Fort Polk, May 18. giving an at-
.. way to whom we intend to collectn\ to to join his who has him "
ood to be devoured by the people at lelieious Gen. person) Company preceded ; "honey-dew" will use pig twist, so
Taylor's camp have excited in the count of the last "cute" adventure of tkt
transmit their subscriptions, at their earliest
; festivals: -reared their pyramidal) altars public mind a strong desire to know more having himself been detained at Tampa by was the last-above-memtioned "fluids" eagerly *

far above the highest edifices. Thousands of him. He is the same gentleman so frequently dance convenience with the, through provisions postmasters of the law in accor-and at sickness. Capt. W. is accompanied by his swilled! by passengers: and all hands' heroicValkl"r:-
thus I the notice which
of their brother men were sacrificed and am pleased to sec jot
annually. The temple of Maxtili, their war Greeu's journal honorably of the spoken Mier of in General our risk. Au acknowledgement( of the receipt lady and a son. save the gentlemanly clerk and our individual take of the "gallant Walker." Many of
expedition.He
god was so constructed that its great alarm i is a native of the money will be made in an appendix MILITARY MATTERS. self;-we two had recourse to that his daring adventures] remain unknown Of f
Washington from
city,
to battle, roused the to the Review in which will hereafter healthful and delectable at least untold. The "cutest" one cam
gong sounding valley whenr.e he went into the Florida war, wherein The war spirit has spread throughout beverage, molasses
for. three around and called three appear an entry of all payments made off during the second battle, when ham.
leagues
: ,
and
several
campaigns he distinguished himself our entire land, and the splendid victories water. Belonging to the Tetoial Or-
during the We this will
hundred thousand armed Aztecs to the immediate year. hope course his horse shot under him. he fell and fd gad
bis
service of their monarch. So vast by Texas intrepid and bravery. In 1842 he :' be agreeable to our patrons and we most achieved by the giUanl: Taylor and the der of Cold-Water Fellows, we did not regret all the agonies of a mortal wound and whet
went to Ihe invasion of
was the collection of birds of prey, in a that republic by Gen.during Woll, he was markedfor respectfully anti urgently solicit their it- heroic little army under his command, the absence of the choice ardent first his adversary came upon him to dripatc!

building devoted to them that 500 turkeys.the his bold and daring conduct. After ihe tention" to a matter so essential to the pros-: over forces more than trebling their own, above written, but while we were takin: our him with a lance, and strip him, Walk

cheapest meat in Mexico, were allowed Mexican General had retreated from San perity We of would the woik. the has filled the heart of the nation with joy sweetened water, our mind would) recur to used Ins revolver with effect jumped o*tAl
(or their daily coniiimption. Such were the now say to literarpublic f llow's horse, and went ahead."
"lialli of the Montezumas !" The Antonio and when he lay upon the Rio Hon- in genrral, and to that of the South in particular and enthusiasm.! The requisitions made ice, and often "id'e sigh i (or one WHITE
slimmer -
do \Valker
and Capt. l\IcCl1l1uu h crawled that the of this Review & FKRRELL'S IMPRISONING SLAVE. It will be recollected '
residence of the monarch. on the hill experiment upon the Southern and Western Stales for lemonades flavored with A -
.
of.Chapoltepac, overlooking the city was his through position his, and camp the one next nighl:day,and with spied the gal-out proves that the South is both able and well troops, for active service has been promply raspberry.! Ah don't they do them up that Juring the visit of V). B. Hode-
such All
.surrounded by gardens of several miles in lant Hays led the attack upon his rear disposed ihat Is! to sustain to its an enterprise. and responded!!! to ; and the other Stales requiredto "jam up," up there? Reader, if you shouldever son, Esq., and family at the North, bit
necessary permanence
extent middle, of and the here last were century(preserved, two statues until the of guard. He then joined the celebrated expedition presperity', is prompt payments and increased form Regiments are doing so with facility visit Columbus, just call at the Shylock summer a meddlesome Abolitionist, by it

the Emperor and his father.: The great cypress that against Mier, and) on the morningof efforts, by its friends and supporters, to and the whole number of men author Bank," (or rather, where it "uge to name of Hudson, inveigled! away his semi
battle with
sanguinary three others
trees, under which the Av.tec sovereign -being the advance scout of the Texanswas extend its circulation. Two thousand sub ised by the act of Congress will soon be was,") diagonally from the "OglethorpeHouse. woman and had her placed in jail for Ille

and his associates: once held their moonlight taken prisoner and carried with his scribers is an excellent beginning but if complete and ready to act as circumstancesmay : ." You'll find no Shylocks there avowed purpose of persuading her to lean
liberal
rewards are to (hi paid to writers for
shade
revels still the royal gardens. hands tied behind him to the headquartersof literary labor, a much larger circulation is required In no instance have we heardof now, but liberal, cleverfellows, who.'thnugh) his service. The girl was brnughtj ri
Some of them. fifty& feet in circumference
art two or three thousand years old but are Gen. Ampudia.him The the Texan Mexican forces general( indispensable. We ask public spirited gentlemen a draft being necessary to fill a companyor they may not give yo-i mint: drops" will of habeas corpus, and declaring her until

yet as grren as in the days pf Montezuma, questioned when Walker informed as to him that the Texanshad and at the South every where to aid us, 'a regiment, but volunteers have come serve you to a mint julep" a "sherry lingnrss to be free was discharged. Si

whose ashes or those of his ancestors, lender only three hundred men, Ampudia by such personal efforts as they can bestow gallantly'up to their country's call. When cobbler," a lemonade," or any other m=rin then sued her persecutor for false' impmomerit. t
porn-
in obtaining a still wider, more
sacred, in tim eyes of the native Mexicans pnuftly replied Does that audacious hand- and permanent patronage.NAVALThe encouraging' danger threatens and the tocsin of war is fur which you may call-and if you don'tsay The trial came on a few days sic
the hill of Chapoltepac. Natural decay
,
ful of men presume to follow me into this for that before the Judicial Court ofSd
Supreme ,
and waning no'mark the sounded, there is no need for resort to once you were sorry your throat
a population
( and attack ** I
?
strong place me Yes. U. S. John
seat of power of the great Montezumas. Walker "mke says Ship Adams compulsory measures to raise a I force foi was no longer, we'lftrdVhilt( on sight folk county Massachusetts, and is thus reported
yourself content upon that' arrived at this port on Thursday morning
subject, General, they will follow you into (last 13 days from the Brazos Santiago, at. the defence of our soil,-at the first note of and make Ferrell pay us one of Bebe A: in the Boston Atlas:

CHIVALRY. hell, and attack you there." He was, with which place: she lell Commodore Conner alarm, every citizen 4s ready to become a Costar's best while for not serving you according Catharine Linda w Erasmus D. 11a1

There are occasional l incident in the progress his comrades, then marched a prisoner to i with his Squadron, consisting nf the Frig soldier. to the "letter and spirit" of our son- This was an action on the case, (6 ,

of battle which casts over the grim visage the city of Mexico.At : ates Cumberland, Potomac and RaT t6.n, maliciously} imprisoning the plaintiff v1
We that representations. will them .
of war a light that might have been Salado, with the lamented Capt. Cameron Ship St. Mary's and Brig Somers. On the are glad to perceive the requisi. punkings.But the design to injure and oppress her, oati

seen from the wings of mercy. The business and Dr. Bremen, he led the attack upon i 15 h ihe Brig Lawrence lay seven or eight tion made upon our State is being compliedwith to return-The "Charleston" re- 7th day of August last.:

of opposing; armies is to slay ; the the guards overpowered them, and I miles farther down, blockading: the entranceof with alacrity. A Volunteer Companythe ports six feet water over the bars, in the .. It appeared that the plaintiff was I

march of conquest is tracked with gore; marched for Texas, when, after eating upI I the Rio Bravo. She brings nothing later Leon Guards "-has been formed in channel. The Lotus, Boston, Notion, Emily slave/ in Georgia. the property of W. B.
the roar of artillery is the knell of many all their horses and mules, and living for than previously received. and Hodgson, and was staying with her main
Tallahassee Columbus Columbus. I
at Mel Viola
deaths; but humanity at times consecrates days upon( their owa urine, surrendered to [Pensacola Gazette. numbering seventy-three men and his family at Nmthampton ; that t ib ,
the enterprises of slaughter; roses spring the Mexican Generals Mercier nod Ortago. rank and file, under the command of Capt. six miles above Fort Gaines, and Eufaula defendant caused: writ of Habeas Corpo

up in soil enriched with human blood ; and [He was again marched to Silado wherewith MOKE VOLUNTEERS. accordance with John B. Keen. The Sentinel says that the at Ochesee. River falling.As to b? sued) out and the plaintiffto be bronji

ibe voice of humanity is heard above the his comrades. he was made in draw in I II the (proclamation( of the Governor, Rtinounc- company could easily be increased to an thete is cotton to come down yet, and before Judge Dewy-that she thep declare
thunder that rumbles over the stricken of the celebrated black bean lottery, and I ing a requisition from the War Departmentfor thai she did not wish to be free, and b
every hundred. Another freight to the should the
men. The fiercest passions aud the noblest I tenth man was shot. Those that remained' five companies from Florida we learn company is in active go up country not authorized the proceedings ; bat JIll'

emotions signalize: the same pl liu. The of the Texans were marched to the castle that our esteemed fellow-townsman David enrolment, by D. S. \Valker, Esq., who, river continue navigable, we will have boat ferred to go with her master. Whereupo'

most ennobling courtesies follow the dead. of Perote and the city of Mexico. Here. S. Walker Esq., is now organizing a com when the corps is complete will no doubtbe ing between this and Columbus probably the writ was discharged, and the plan"1

liest strife, the greatest amenities the most while working on the streets in that city, he pany of volunteers. Some twenty have already elected to its command. We l learn from fora month to come. returned with her master. Tbe declaraiiw.
daring acts of valor. was struck by a Mexican corporal for not I enrolled themselvesand we doubt not the Jacksonville averred that the defendant has acted wtfi
News of the 22d ult. thata
The Mexican war has alre3dy furnished working faster, when with his spade he I the full complement will shortly( be obtained. or-:: Washington correspondent of out reasonable or justifiable cause.and ttti

instances of the generosity which makes knocked down the corporal, which caused : \Ve cannot say whether or no our friend battalion mounted riflemen is in pro the Charleston Courier. writes as follows out the authority of the plaintiff.

courage an attribute divine. The left hand the guards to beat him nearly to death. Walker claimsany kin to the gallant Sam I gress of organization : For the defence, evidence was. offe

has assuaged the wound which the right His life was a long time despaired of. and of that name-but we do know he will render From the Columbus Dimes, of 3d inst.. "It is believed that the gallantry and success that: on the day before the habeas corP

band inflicted. The captive has been pro. upon his recovery, he, with two companions : a good account of himself, whenever received yesterday through the politeness of Gen. Taylor will make him a Major was sued out, the plaintiff and her m '
tected the brother of him who slain. scaled the walls of is offered. Talla. she dined att tU
by was his prison after opportunity [ Sentinel. General. The office of an additional were at Springfield ; that
Victor and vanquished have mingled requiems nightfall, and made his way to Texas, overa cf Capt. Crenshaw, on the Charleston, we Major-General is to be cieated by law. servant's table, and told one of the witl_

over them that fell (foemen. Religion distance of more than a thousand mi'es. VOLUNTEERS IN EAST FLORIDA.-The learn that the Georgia Regiment will goon that she wasa slave, and wished to bti'j

bath reared altars where the brunt of battle Before, however, they got out of the country Jacksonville News of the !22d ult. snys, that be full "and' is to rendezvous at Columbus "Rumor says that General Scott ;makes that, again on the'same. afternoon s nil*

blackened eanh. The incense of prayer they were twice more imprisoned ; and R.. G. Livingston, Esq., Alachua county, 'The Governor will bo at the place of no secret of the fact; that he is to invade pressed the same. wish to the witness; P*
has ascended with the smoke of fields yet each time rffncted their t'8cnpe.Vb..n he has entered upon the ,task of raising a bat- rendezvous Mexico }n August with two armies-one he went out to try what could bit doo3v

reeking with recent scat!]. If war has its reacehd Texas again, he joined Capt. Hays. talion mounted riflemen for the volunteer to inspect the Regiment in propria from Tampico and another from a northern was referred to Dr. Hudson the defdda i

horrors it has its humanities also.= who, with fifteen others, nnned with Colt's corps upon the Rio Grande, and has already persona. and to commission the officers. that he then got a petition prepared ff!

The grave is not all dark in which they repeating pistols, fought 96 Cumanches and. obtained one hundred names upon the roll. The "Ja per Greens" of Savannah, the point both aiming at the city of Mexico. before it could be presented, the pIal

sleep who fall in the cause of nations defeated them, leaving 36 killed upon the> Mr. Ossian Hart, of Jacksonville, has like- Richmond Blues," of Augusta, a Compa. But I doubt whether any arrangements for and her master had left for NorthampN*

They close their eyes with the image of ground. Here Walker was run throughthe wise commenced the formation of anotherbattalion. from Macon and! another from Madison that purpose have been actually! commenced. Next day Dr. Hudson proceeded '

their country before them and immortalityrests body with a Cumanche spear. and his t ." ny : Should the war continue, invasions will undoubtedly Northampton and presented the petiiioi*
upon tbe mound which covers their life again despaired of.Ve now hear of Hurrah for East Florida and honor to were already on the line of march for Columbus be resorted to the Judge Dewey, who declined to WJ #

bones. To those they leave behind, the him with 70 Texans, attacking 1,500 Mexicans -' our friends Livingston and Hart for "setting and have probably arrived ere this. as only means writ, at first, and suggested that ioffl r.-

consolation of patriotism soothes the loss of : and all perishing in the battle but himself i the ball in motion." Our young state by The "Georgia Light Infantry," Capt. Calhoun of bringing it to a speedy conclusion." titer facts should be ascertained, and
husband It is the i and six others and then such evidences of public spirit and Dr. and Iced
friend, brother or son. ; to crown his patriotism embodied in the Hudson had better try get
are city, awaiting
of the in which wonderful life of he will to silence and shame THE GULF SQUADRON.-The Boston would issue$ *till
less greirous ways men are daring, cut his way put the imputations to her and, :refused, he
taken hence. The enthusiasm of duty dulls single handed, into Gen.Taylor's camp from which it has been the fashion to the rest of the Regime The "Columbus Journal learns that Commodore Warring- writ. Thereupon, the defendant, WIth"

the siing of death and cheats it of its terror. Point Isabel. throw upon her. Iu proportion to her Guards," Capt. Schley, were in Camp, filling ton, now at the bead of the Bureau of Navy other persons who were also whO _.

Awirole people pour the healing of gratitude To such men Texas is indebted for her means, she will eclipse all her sisters.Tallahassee their ranks, and industriously engaged Yards and Docks, has been ordered to assume went up to the Mansion House sod ap r:""

into tbe wounds of such as are beravd. emancipation from Mexico. Few as theyare L[: Sentinel. in drilling. The corps was not complete the command of to see the plaintiff and refused adt$1
they have won her liberty, and have our naval forces in by her master. The writ was then 'Ur
: 'But: we have departed from the object we miraculously maintained it for ten years ECCLESIASTICAL. a called meeting of but was actively recruiting.We the Gulf of Mexico and West Indies ; and and resulted as above stated.

had iuview. It wai to commemorate a single against all the boasted power of Mexico.N. .- the Presbytery of Florida, held on the 30th copy from the Time*:- that his place as Chief of ,the Bureau will "Judge Wilde charged the jun thaC '

act. which illustrates. the generous character [ Y. Globe. and 31st ult., the Rev. Joshua Phelps was Besides the heavy force already despatch be filled by the appointment of Commodore they believed the testimony of the .It

: of a man whose qualities at a soldierare installed pastor of the Presbyterian Church, ed to the seat of war by the gallant state of Joseph Smith. who had stated that the plaintiffher up[

graven upon the fields of victory. It is NAVAI,.-The U. S. ships Jamestown. Quincy. Florida. Louisiana, there are three or four Regiments wish to be free that was a POd.
of Gen. Taylor we would speak. The bat'tie The Rev. Wm. Neil preached the installation fence ;'..but if nor, there was no defD'
Yorktown and Southampton were at-Port sermon. The Rev. James Woods I in'New Orleans awaiting'orders. The citizens of Charleston have determined bet i
of tbe 9th inst. was hOlly and obstinately : I that a refusalofacceis l to her.by j
fought. The victory which closed the Praya, Cape de Verds, March_ 12th. gave the charge to the pastor, and Rev. Seventeen companies of Alabamiani are to procure a splendid sword and present it did not constitute probable cause s- "

dty exist the army many brave men amid accomplished The U. S. brig Porpoise. Lieut. Com.! William P. Buell, gave tbe charge to...the encamped at Mobile, ready for, marching. to Gen. Taylor as anaevidence of their fee the defendant had not probable cause"
officers. The loss of the eue.siY the people; Alabama has ; line tbe facts.! set forth in his petiti4*.
Hunt, arrived at St. Domingo on 7th come up nobly logs "on the receipt of the news of his able '
: -, greater in both. Amongst the The'Rev Mr. Neil wan also received from was liable in this action ; and -tbalfe I
was
'prisoners; yrt taken the field was Gen. LaS instant, in 17 days from Havana, and 25 the Presbytery of East Hanover, as a member The Western States ,are all 'moving in and masterly) movements on the Rio Grande, case, the law would imply maliet H

V"i."He remained upon at his post after tbe days from Pensacola. Officers and crew of the Presbytery of Florida.Tallahassee" .- obedience to,the call upon their Governors. in the face of a force neirly quadruple that charged that I if the defendant bad r$J OI'

'rout of his command. He yielded bis all well. .. :-> i[: Sentinel. -The Editor of the N. 0. Jcffcraonian of bis own#" ble cause to believe that the plJlDfPi
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1ued Tof her liberty and did believe it, Mr. Bentop continued his speech. on the cotton is growing ficel]. Vegetables and COMMERCIAL.REMARKS. PROCLAMATION- :.. For- New- tJkisa'1a- ,
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him ( iostitoMt Oregon question.Mr. 1
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,ufficient to justify fruits are rapidly ripening. A few days THE .
cal vithout any express an- B colon contends! for, Jbrfy-ntne, and since, we had the pleasure of eating some .NEER, t'iUDp' iijio. I
proprrproceu ON THE MARKET.
she, mere fact that she against any other.concession. Unless rea- largeripe figs, and our yesterday's dinner f J" _
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rit1-but and would still beat 900 judgment said Mr.'B COTTOH.-;-SioeeroarUst: publication, we hare t oh'mg".I
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In Georgia, *) soon settle received a relish from that delicious.andmost .J l
\\t,11fe retnrorJ thither, coupled with thef2cttbzthhle the question upon'fine, chance and war will wholesome 6T all vegetables the to* had a very quiet iritrket.' 1ntheiatly part of the cr.O C t. y PODGE It :
I* settle it. The week two or chree-tmall! parcels'chanjed bandsat Pt.
icfuscd
will
defendant was access I year soon revolve and mattoe.-[Tallahastcc Journal.
sufficient to constitute proto !then we must hare'Icoth'er war, unless 6c., since which no transactions have. occurred for New fork, 16th \ :
beft was not : Great Britain justify change from thai Bgure. $ THE well known fast. sailing Pse .
'd amount to a justification of chooses to take forty-nine. DEATH OF COL. DRATTO .-The noticeof any r%
bibli cIuse cfeodaDt.. act. without express au- : In the House, a joint resolutIon was introduced the death of this distinguished Carolinian It is very difncu.'t! to make:(juiJtations with any HEAD QUARTERS FLORIDA MILITIA} ,brig BPULC. Uttlefleld, me. :

the I by Mr. Briukerhoff, tendering to reached here in (be Philadelphia papers approach to accuracy. The near close of the season AJTTANT Gss SEAL'S Orncx, > mtdute. cargo Per Cabia emctgrt.1U' f :
despatch.
tboritl were Dcable to agree upon a Gen. Taylor, and the Army of Occupation on Wednesday. On its receipt, the the winding up of the Bank Agencies and Tillahaaee,26ih May, 1346.A > age, .provided 10 passengers can or tt p ;

.The JurY the thanks of Congress for their rent op Court Common Pleas and Sessions, on consequent difficulty in making negoUtions addedto J\. REQUISITION Secretary of War having been the made Governor by the of former on qr betore the 6tb b l'tbe ,

,erditl..Fletcber Webster% and Healy, for plain erations on the Rio Grande, and authorising motion of Attorney General BAILEY adjourned the scarcity of shipping, cr QUf' a complete stagnation Florida for one Battalion upon of Volunteers, to con- to th'e mute cr to pro_ Al ,

one month's additional pay to each hon ; as a mark of respect to one who. in every department of trade.FRKIOHTS. sist of five companies of Infantry to be employed NOtHlSE, STONE. & Co

tiwevdefl: Phillips (wbo acted' under a commissioned officer musician and private I in his day stood foremost at this Bar. Col. .-The rates are rather easier than at in the service of the United State whenever May 30. Na 48, *atd I.

of ttorue,) and A. C. Spoo- belonging to that army on the 9th inst. The DRATTON has been so long absent from the the date of our last. To Liverpool e&sageihents their services shall be required; public notice For Boston. -

reeiat power defeodant." resolution was referred to the Committee of State and in such complete seclusion from of*mall parcels to till up have been md-at &4d. thereof is hereby Rived to the patriotic people of .,-t.' Tfne brig PL UEE3t Cvet f

lt\\ for to 3dd that the jury di- the Whole on the Scat of the Union. public affairs, that he seems rather like the Coastwise, the rates continue without changeTh .- this State. The Governor is fully satisfied thata .Iuter, meet with dispareb.. Yet

It tn'1 De proper The day was spent in Committee, in the shade of one long dead, than a cotempora- 'I1ast week has given us a small accession to public announcement of the call made upon passage bnly, apply to

1je&nice for the Plaintiff and three for the further consideration of the civil and diplomatic ry. He was a high specimen. not only of our tonnage in the arrival of the ship Blaachard otijm Florida ot will her citizens be a sufficient to ensure appeal an immediate to the patri-offer 1ly9. D. B. WOOD .C

Bill. There ability, bat manhood, chivalry and I which is the vessel lln Head
rfcudaot. : appropriation was a personal only port disengaged. 2
: u.'_ of volunteers sufficient to meet the requirementof Qaane__
-the Scat of War I f.UUU ueai 01 aeoaie, not or any general importance. puruy ana deserves 10 DC mournea I the Government of the United States; and that 1ST BATTAL105 3D M. J
Later from as one who has left behind him not many COTTON STATEMENT. Last the actual hostilities now existing between the NOTICE is hereby given that there wm6
MATA 10ROS TAKEN who are his equals iti all these claims to year. United States and Mexico will suggest the necessity on Wednesday, 3d

lone-expected steamship Telegraph Correspondence of the Alexandria Gazette.) reverence.-[Charleston Mercury. Stock Received on hand past week 1st Sept......1,743. ..4 3 of their immediate organization, prepar- for Company Officers, 1st Battalion,3 Rrgiac&t

rT :Jt9, arrived yesterday from Point WASHINGTON, May' 29. previously.. .106,979 atory to being mustered into the service of the F.M. Best NolCmmeninatCbl.

PCS via Galveston, bringing advices from The orders given to Gen. Scott to take (crr "I'm afther Total..bales -103,726149313 United States. Etch company will consist of running
to the 20th. and from Gal- command of the the Rio mightily puzzled, all, Exported past week...........625 one Captain TWO Lieutenants lour Sergeants, four Franklin county, at the house of C. Byicgtea,
the itt of war inclusive. Thee Army on Grande, Tim, said a bold looking recruit yester- previously.... ..89,475 Corporals, two Itfuaicians, and sixty-four privates.No under the inspection of A. LCleaeots a&d C.
yestoDto the 22J instant. eiteasive ioterest have been revoked. The President thinks dcy, in a strong Tipperary brogue, address- Total.. ... .. 90.100137907On man will be received tinder the rank of commissioned Byiogton. Beat No. 2, commencing at
8 .. i is ocfortuoately not of rt would! be unjust to Gen. Taylor to give ing a brother voldnteer of an equally Mile- officer, who i is in years apparently over street, running south to Centre street and Cbin
nor of a character to create much the command to another after his brilliant sian physique; "I'm mightily puzzled en- hand and on shipboard not cleared 13,626 11406 forty-five or under eighteen or who is not in the Bay at the ApalachicoLa Exchange, vedtf

ezciteme3tl, There are no further details opening of the campaign. The nomination thirely about how we're to act Vh..nve attack physical strength and vigor- The ompa ie9.wi t the inspection of Wm. Peck and John A.Mitcbtl.

of broil, and h2lute-1he Mexicans seem com- of Gen. Taylor as brevet Mjor General was these rascally furr'm Mexicans in the EXPORTS OF OOTTON FROM APALACHICOLA be organized under the exist g laws cf Beat No. 3, commencing at Centre street,nuatag
antI exhibit the white feather Commencing 1st September -aud aame of the State. south to the Promenade and west to the BIT,
to.-ed. yesterday unanimously confirmed by the owldfaug a ballagh style-with the bay'net. time in 1844. and will be received an? part a
p1ete11 the house of Jos. Schrotd known
keeping xvi.hI Senate. As each shad be as the
perfectly! soon as Ath
with I urooncry. _.___ ......IY..r.nt'P. riMmpnnnr.. I They.oayther spake good_ English nor day- _______ ______ [[ Past Prevj-_ _.. i i Last .. nn J'A company" ..A ....' oranize..I.v bum. under the instio of P. W. Can
a "'i ,'- i"& -- The President has concluded to WHITHlint, PAruKT1iU. ni1 Anpnl.. C a
their raiD.glOnuu accept cint irisn; and when they cry 'hould, I week lousiv4' VjAU'season' I CommandernChief. li Hancock, following
that commanding officer thereof to the -
TheJeSt point about the a-J vices s. the tffcrYices,.of one battalion of volunteers enough !' is ov coorse they'll have to do, Liverpool... ... ... ... .266 .2t,6' .436 : The Governor his ref iance beat 1 Captain, 1 First Lieatecaal and 1 jcccmrfl
G1n.aYb0t bas carried the war into Africa, frorji thfe District, and another from Balti we won't be able to undherstand them and Havre.... ... .... ... ..8309..3309..2537( repeats upon of"lorida. Lieutenant.By! !
: tjlkta possession of Darita ab* Iat/ more. This is the extent to which volunteers O'Donohue Kantz... ... ... ......... ...... ..259-1 the patriotism and prompteS of the in/.Uti Order of the ColoneL
had situated on the western bank frr North an never struck S a foe yet after Trieste....... ... ... ..... .. ..3162 By Goveror : .I
.moros-both so will be called into service he guy in." G enoa ... ... ... .. ...... ..... ..2421 J. SCOTT BROOMS, WM. H. H1JGH .
ef the Rio Graude, or on Mexican territory.We at ;neseut.I "Och in a case of that kind" said Tim, Other ports.... ....... .950..1490 Adjutant and Inspector General F. M. Lt. Col. Com'dg 1st BaUalcn. F. U. i
trust that this will be followed up by learn that the President has caused the U the shure way is to bate them till they Total to For. Ports.. :329 32927:55922 Apalachicola, May 22, 21-3t.

deraoDitraltons' equally ener eiic. In the strictest orders to be given that iu the prosecution howld their tongues. You can then easily New York.... .. ..625.29397ii2.345o1. HEAD QUARTERS ADJUTANT GENERAL'S, FLORIDA MILITIA.J, >> -I An Ordinance,. -

interim the valiant AMPUDIA and its men in of the war, the property of the comprehend the language of their silence. Boston........ .. .12 6 .12346 .25244 Tallahassee, 26th May, IS46. > In Relai ion to Slaves, &b. .. vlcf

buckram serrn to have retreated far from Church in Mexico shall be held sacred, and It'll be illoquent, I tell ye.!'-[xV. O. Delta. Providence.. ......6965..6965..8591 an election was held on the 6th Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor aM
dangt\ as not a sign of ence was every attempt to pillage} it be punished wirh Philadelphia. .. .. .932.932.2047 WHEREAS 1846 for Field Officers of the Council of the City of Apaiachicola, That rNa
N. Q. Timk 29th ult. the B.\1t i more.... ... ... ..2394..2494'.l55j,' ar.d after the of this ordinancrt the Mar
tD *rcewed.4[ utmost severity. This, in connection City Council Proceedings. New various Divisions Regiments and Bat- passage
tr Orltans. ... ..2374.2374..8330 Brgade
with the confidential mission of Bishop COUNCIL CHAMBER t Otberporrs.. ......2 ,, .. alions of the : and it appearing ket House bell shall be rung at nine o'clock. P.
40.204
LATEST FROM THE AKMY ON THE RIO Hughes spoken of, will undoubtedly beprnclucti"e WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 26, '45. 5 .- --1-( -.17I6Totsi bf a full canvass: of the returns made to the Executive M., from the 1st of October to the 1st of AprU '
Coa twise.... .. '
GRAXOF. .625'.56548 .57173 .81935 and ten o'clock from the 1st of April to the lit cf
of results. Council met. Present, E. C. RobertsMayor ._ __ Officer*that .
The steamship Gal eslon, Capt. 'Vri ht. the good Councilmen, Messrs. Guyon, Rinaldi, Schi'fler; '1/OTALRAT./ .. .1. ...,.9iJl00 137907 William Baiey.is elected Major General of the October ; and after the ringing of the bell,it shall
arrived here last evening from Brasos Sant Among appotiitrnents in the new rifle Green and Peck. first Morton, Brigadier General not be lawful for any slave or free person of color

Iiio which she Left It 7 P. M., on Ihe 27th regiment. I have heard of the following : The minutes of the last meeting were retd PASSE GElS. of the first Brigade. A. K. Allison, to leave cr be absent from their residence ia said (
that Gen. Persifor E. Smith, of New Orleans, to be Brg- city without a written pass from the employer '
j3t. Capt. \Vr1hI states Taylor and approved. Per steamer Agnes-Mrs Hinklev' Dr H diet Genera of the second Brigade. owner ,
: Ely
continued to hold peaceable possession of Colonel ; Capt. Fremont to be Lieut. Col.; Mr. Guyon, from the Committee on Improve- Capt Simmon : ME'lsrs H R Daffin: J Roulbac 1 Major General cf the second Division.Samuel or guardian of said slave or free person- ct

The Mexicans, in reir aling Mr. Critttnden, (a lion of Senator C.) to merits and Contracts, presented an agreement H Divj GV Davis, Bryant Hin !. Russell, Brigadier. General cf the third color.

Mitamoros.that city.' left a great quamiiy of amuBnon be captain, and Julian: May, of this city with Mr. R. H. Cussins to build an Engine Houe \. Per J stpa.mtr Eufaulit-\lessrs: J F BosworthV Jrigade. Charles Eyrne, Brigadier General of Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That the City
from Lieutenant. for the sum of $3;0 which RidgiIJ and D pan forth the fourth Marshal or Patrol, finding any slave or free person
current
behind which is a valuable acquisi- ._ __ __ __. __ ._ money._ was Per. steamer CliarIe."lon-Mf'I ___ Brigde. rfn1nr lartro. ,
_! ".1 1 : r L' I 1 u HawkimL Mis TT .b. T7. J.M. /" )"..1.t 1." O".;VM AV1Michsl + a t_ without__ ___ _a naL. *!tr tit__ _ini_
tion U the supplies of the army. They 16 ic u, ,auu was uu accepted uiuuuu and ui .Mr.U[. ociiiuer Cussans, given uuiy seconded till and 00111"Dalton., Messrs Rogers Threlkill, Roger, Jackson, I I {'U1 Quiggles UJliUIAu.JU1"U. of L UC'U Willian IU -the- -bell u -,--shall- arrest nn said r---slave---or-- fret person-g-

biJb"wever destroyed .4i much as possible i Days Later from Europe.The 20th November next, to complete said Engine Per steamer Aurnsta-Mr Wm Patrick and I McVoy, Major of do. to. of color, and confine him in the city prison sad
by throwing it in th j nver, ana the steamship; Britannia arrived at Boston House. lady Ma3ter Peabody. Angus Campbell, Colonel of 2d Regiment. A. the owner or guardian of said slave cr fret persca

welli about the town, which were almost. on Thursday morning, Laving sailed Mr. Schiffer from the Committee on Claims, R. Belcher, Lti Colone of do. Anthony H. of color! shall! be liable to said city in the sum tf

chocked u;) With it. Gen, Taylor; had in- from Liverpool on the 4th May. reported adverse to the claim of C. H. Connery, RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR. Brownell, Major two dollars for the release of said slave or fretperson

I3ted! on the strictest observance of discipline The cotton market has fully sustained the and that he have leave to withdraw the same. Per steamer Eufaiila-806 bale cotton to Chas R. J. Floyd, Colonel of 3d Rementm.. .I of color sd Imprisoned. one half to go into
and said 1 R ostera & Co 22 to A N H. Hughes, Lt. Colonel of do. the city treasury and one half to the Marshal;
: law anJ ordrr, amongst his troops, improved feeling that ruled when the last report wa accepted. He aho reported ; McKay; 7 to Harper &
Holmes unless by order of the Mayor said slave b.
erton, Major of do. may
them to take the smallest article steamship sailed. The sales of Saturday.2d favorably on the following accounts, which were
forbidding passed and allowed, viz: Per steamer Ch.1rltston-91a bales cotton to J Samuel C. Bellamy, Colonel of 4th Regiment. released of punished with tot less than 10 toe
without pa)in? the full price. The ciiz( ensfca and Monday, 4th, amounted to 9000 H. G. Guyonexpensesprocurir.g Eigine..10 00 C Maclay.Per C. C. Yonge, Lt. Colonel of do. John Brett, Jr., more than 3U lashes.

'e been exhorted to continue their business bales, including a portion taken on specula- p GraIyworkoistreet.) .. steamer Auuta-l91 bales cotton to John Major of do. Sec. 3. Be it furter ordained, That it snail cot

bem; assured of being free from the lion and for export. The market was quiet rVm. Mclntoah, tor dray eo. ., 4 3 50 75 C Lockhart Maclav; ,k.173 Young to' Chts 57 to Rogers Howard&fe Co; 124 to John Erskine, Colonel of 5th Regiment John be lawful for any slave or free person qf color te
; Rutherford I
lightest! malestation. The only restriction and the riles current on the previous week fohn Thomas board of Paupers. .. .25 74 25 to B Ellison & Co; 16 to Wm Patrick< 4 to A; W. Johnson, Lt. Colonel of do.V.. H. Gibson, hire cut bis or bet own time in said city; without
en their traffic which the General has paul with scarcely any alteration ; if anything J. C. Rmsell, for ballast.. 3 00 N McKay. Major of do. I the owner,guardian or agent cf said slave or fret

ught necessary to impose, i is regarding we should say, il was iu favor of the The account of H. F. Simmons for 11 25 was Sam. S. Sibley; Colonel of 6th Regiment. Jas. person of color is a resident of said city and thee
ip.ntajus: liquor and: this they are riaidlymteniicteJ l!uver. referred to the Committee on Claims. EXPORTS. iV. Sherwood Lt. Colonel of do. Thomas J. only! with the written permission of said owner or

from selling. CommodoieConoer The Overland Mail arrived on the 1st Mr. Guyon from the Committee on Improvemerits NEW YORK-Per brig Wm L Jonea-625 Latham, Mor of do. guardian, under penalty of twenty dollars, to be
bales cotton. Thomas Heir Colonel of Regiment.. recovered of said owner, guardian or agent andit
,
with most of the squadron, had toue; inst., but the state of India appears perfectly and Contracts stated that the committee Jef shall not be lawful for owner
had not been able to do thing in relation to --- B. S. Lt Colonel of do. W. H. Watson, any gnar'dian or
to, PeDlla ob, to refit and obtain reinforce- tranquil. Peace seems restored to the Pun- the petition of A. G. Seemes any and others, and Thomas-- II.-- Austin Major of do. agent of any slave or free person of color to fire

ntntj, preparatory' it is surmised, to making jaub.: asked further time to report thereon. Granted.Mr. Daniel G. Livingston, Colonel 8th Regiment. to such slave or free person of color a general past

an auatk on Vera Cruz-bombarding The British forces are in possession of Rinaldi moved, duly seconded, that the COMMISSION MERCHANT, Thos. M. Richardson: Lt. Colonel of do. Levi to go at large in Said city during the night but

Sn Juan de Ulloa. The steamship Cinenoaii Lahore; and arrangements were making fur Council' proceed to ballot for a City Wharfinger. Water Street, Starling Major of do. the said pass shall specify the particular place

: Cipt.' Smith, was !lyng* at Maiamo- the occupation of the conquered country Adopted. And on counting the ballots the" Chair Apalachicola Fa. John C. Pelot Colonel of 9th Regiment. A. where said slave or free person of color allowed

mttbe; Mary Kin stanll off the bar, ihe which i is exceedingly fertile, and will yieldan declared David S. Smith duly elected.. OnCE-CHARLES. J. T. Wright, L. Colone of do. Willis Cham- ,"to go,on penalty of five dollars for each and every
s'Jch
offence.
J. SHEPARD
lonmouth htfinnp on the bar : the Au.Jl1sta annual revenue of 500,000. Mr. Rinildi presented the petition of Mrs. is my berlin, Major do
Rhodes, a widow in destitute circumstances and j(4 duly authorised agent while I am absent Henry W. Clark Colonel 10th Regiment. Wm. Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That all ordinances
ditto. The Jnnies: L. The new from Scinde i is not of interest. *
aground ou from
the State of Fbrida. of ordinances
Hichman, Colonel ct do. George Helvetton, or pans conflicting with the
iJay aniredon Tuesday, the 261h insl., dis- The Governor of Bombay, Sir George Ar- New blind,York asking, which to have was the read City pay and her passage motion to of June, 1946. 23-4t J. W. RINALDI.iMr. Major of L.. provisions of this ordinance be and the east are

charfeJand left anain. for this .port at 7 p. ihur, has had] a severe fit of illness, but is I\.f. D.I. 2.1.. _."_ .'_I _1"-1.on_ "L_ "__ .__ __ u__ __ Jam_ A. rnf Pnlnnpl, of 11th ftpffimPTlK "D.. hereby repealed.
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I. the smne: d.iy. now recoveiing.The mittee i'li. cm on Hospital uuijr ::UI.UIJUcu.and Poor jcicuru, with (U me to"VU1 act- _N u ntlIr.. % H. LONG is our agent A. Giiliard, Lt. Colonel of do. Wm.---D------Lockwocd Passed by Council, May 13.184.

The Florida, Capt. Butler, came atf'n- Irish Coercion Bill has passed its thereon.On power May during:30 our absence from the State, Major of do. E C. ROBERTS Mayor. '!

Lie the Galveston on the 27th, and look off first reading, by a majority for Ministersof motion the Council adjourned.COUNCIL MILLER & Co. John M. Penns Colonel 12th Regiment. E. -Wat. VALMAtr, Clerk. I

of the etc. On the same 140. All Tracey Lt. Colonel ot 12th do. Nathan
JtI1JOlS troops NOTICE- persons having claims apinst Valuable Slave for Sale.
d jf.the Sea returned, from a trip to Arnnsas. The Corn Bill has not been acted upon, CHAMBER, \ Jenkins, late of Franklin county, deceased ton, Major ot' do. I NEGRO MAN 2o years old a good Carpen
|The troJr.{ on leavm* the Galveaton. salu- hut will probably follow the Coercion Bill. SATURDAY EVENING May 30, 15-16.5 are requested to pre ent the same duly .Feancis S. Dancey Colonel 13th Regiment. A ter, a first rate.hous< servant, honest sad in. 1\\
Wm. B. Fail Lt. Colonel of do. Michael Usina 1'1
Itej hfr with thiee hearty cheers. The fol- The Corn tnule consequently remains in a Council met. Present, E. C. Roberts, Mayor ; authenticated, within the time prescribed by law, of telligent; and could be made useful in any sites ,! '
Councilmen, Messrs. Butt Guyon, Green Peck or this notice will be pleaa in bar of their Major do tion:: Sold to close \
If
lom:: were the tioops conveyed hy the very afisfactory state. : : recovery Patterson, Colonel of 14th Regime an estate- not disposed
Gaeton! : Maihson Volunteers, S3 ; St. Queen Victoria ou the receipt of the intelligence Hancock and Rinaldi. .. and all persona indebted to said estate,ire AlexJder t. Wm. Hackley, Lt. Colonei of do. C. of by.the first Monday in June next he will then
The Mayor the and requested to make immediate be sold at auction under
order
presented of
preamble resolutions payment.B. an the'Hon.
Mary ,10.! Concordia d. the of do.
E3 74 to
McKelvy respecting assas- Boyl
; ) ; attempt Major
drawn up by the Committee and adoptedat ELLISON, Adra'r.Apaiachicola Judge of Probate. For further particulars apply
Guild,. 73; other, 8. Total, 437. Offi- sinate the King; of the French, wrote a Now THEREFORE E IT NOW: That the
a meeting of our citizens, which were read by June 4, IS.t6. 2 .2m to WOOD & C.
eM-M hj. Jno. Waddle, Commanding ; warm autograph letter to her ally, congratulating the Clerk and thereuponMr. above named persons are hereby proclaimed duly May 16, 1346. 32 Water ih et.J' .

C. C. Budiner Assistant Surgeon; J. him on his escape. whih was dispatched Rinaldi moved, seconded by Mr. Guyon, NOTICE-Sifc weeks after date I will apply elected to the various commands designated, and received Morea from N.
will and brig York.
when commissioned be obeyed per
Shianon Assistael by a special to Paris. that a Committee of three be Jude of Probate of Franklin County respected
Acting Surgeon. messenger appointed to draft for letters of administration accordingly.The 50 kegs New.. 1 and 2 Lead; 100 gals, boiledLinseed
I FRIKNDLY INTERNATIONAL ADDRESSES. a memorial to the President the subject of upon the estate of
IConesxmdeoce of the Chareton Courier r:...:1_,_____ .1.1 .on:.J ..LJ1I1 ",_____ _ouruamcu_ Tnfcpnh fl. RllrHsnt___ lafonf. ei\A. i_-r>nr.<.tir .AatmiaaA"J ..... .. Governor and Commander-in-Ghief Oil] 500 Ibs. Putty; 20 boxes S by 10
me Britannia, wnicu sans to-1ay, lanes out Messrs ulnu v. n.UUPUI.i. .t\nu LDe.Vl1).or ---r Said- Judge- -- --, having n. -- -ordered- -- w.that *additional avail himself of this occasion to bring to the I! and 10 by 12 Glass; 20 doz. pints Congress Spncg
WASHINGTON, May 26. Rinaldi, Green and Guyon.On .
ve Friendly International Addresses from bond be given by the Administrator by the 1st of notice of the officers thus elected, the critical Water; 100 Ibs fresh Tanarios; Gum arid Orget
I The Senate yesterday confirmed norn- different and cities in the motion of Mr. Rinaldi, the Mayor was Syrups, for sale by
towns England to added thereto. July next, in default therein, his letters will be state of our foreign relations, which suggests to
iiwuenfor the mounted< Rifle Regiment. same number of rities in the United States. On motion the Council revokdd. them the great necessity of promptness and en- May 16._H. F. ABELL.

rC'fl. Fremont is very properly appointed The most remarkable of these addresses is adjourned. THOMAS OltMAN.Apalacl11coia erg in the organization of the Mit3. and he Notice.

Lieot. Colonel. Mr. Julieo May, brother the one from the women of Exeter to the COUNCIL CHAMBER ) June-6, 1946. 23-6t that every Regiment in will be Copartnership heretofore existing be

[or r the gallant Capr. May, of the dragoons, women of Philadelphia. signed by sixteen MONDAY EVENING, June 1, 1846. 3 speedily reported to the proper officer, organized THE A. N. McKAY and S. H-'HARTS

a One 1)f the Lieutenants. Nearly: all lhe handreoVof our own countrywomen.The Council met. Present E. C. Roberts Mayor ; Dissolution. and ready for duty. HOR'fE, has this day expired by limitation.all .-

officers lte hkt.u from civil life. .. citizens of Edinburgh have adopted Councilmen Messrs. Guyon, Hancock, Green, THE association hitherto existing between the By order of the Governor: unsettled accounts will remain with A. N.
Ir. under the firm, and J. SCOTT BROOME, McKay, who will continue the buinesscn' his
TibbatlS, of the House of Repres n- .in address to the citizens of Washington Butt, Peck and Rinaldi. name styleof .
and General
Rinaldi D. DANFORTH & Co.- B. STARR Adjutant Inspector own account.
pthesfrom Mr. from the Committee (s. F.l.
Kentucky, was warmly pressed and the Spetial appointed -
deprecating war, recommending Auctioneer-is this May 26. 1846.
day dissolved mutual A. N. McKAY
by ,
to draw con -
by the up a memorial to the President
democratic ,
of the House
members settlement of the national arbitrations -
aDd( dispute by in relation to the defences of our City and Har- sent. All persons indebted to said firm, are requested State Tax Collector's Sale. S. H. HARTSHORNE. '
Cot.
ty
R. M. Johnson, fur the Colo- bor presented a memorial which was read to come fo.rwsrd and make immediate virtue of the power vested in me by law, Apalachicola, May 1, 1S46. 18tfSheriffs
nelcy declined of the Regiment hut the President Sir John Ross, the adventurous voyager, the Clerk and on motion of Mr. Butt, seconded by settlement with D. DAHTORTH, who is alone au- BY I shall expose for sale before the CourtHouse ; Sale._

doing It, on the ground( that: Mrirabatti who lately became a bankrupt, has been reinstated by Mr. Peck, the report of the committee was thorised to make settlerasnts for said firm, and all door in the county of Calhoun, on the first I virtue of a writ of fie fa. Isued from the

that was a member of Congress, and in his office as consul of Stockholm.A accepted and the memorial adopted.Dr. : claims against it will be liquidated by him. Monday in November next the following property B"clerk of the Circuit of Franklin County in

it was improper to give an office to apenbcr miser died recently in London, named Green moved, seconded by Mr. Rinaldi, D.DANFORTH.JAS. or so much thereof a will pay the State favor of t Wm. [G. Porter against R. E. Raimond,
by whose vote the office was cPeEel. Jacobs, in a horrid state of destitution, who that the memorial be signed by the Mayor and B. STARR, tax due on the same for the year 1845The S I have tbis day leviea upon and will offcr for saleon
: I. Council,and forwarded without delay. EufaulaMay 12, 1946. 23-2t W J section 33, township 3, range 1,joining the the
was found aftef death to possessed of Adopted.Mr 1st Monday of July next, before tie Court
The official of the battles in _ _,_ u._ _, JOI. "" u 7uvnn_ n me\vt__ _aornnrlorl__ ____'.___ hv_, _flrthattheMayor ._ Clraon_.. ... I __ _.. n .. town of lola on the west, and the ApalachicolaRiver u". "...,,,.. .. .;,. A t .1..._,. ___
intelligence .v..a tflflJ' S va
propeny 10 me amouui 01 LU.UUU. AUCtiOn ana commission JBUSI- ,I Sit Irq .1 a.y.e..w.a .uuc
be requested on the east, purporting to belong to H. V.
.eUI was received to direct the memorial barrel Carnphine and one box merchandize, containing
and the -
last night, The commissioners of the Customs have ,
'10M unofficial pre- ] to the President, to the care of Senator West- ness. Snell. Alo, W J, SE J section 14, township 1, chinneys for lamps levied the "
accounts are fully and glo- received a communication from the Foreign cott. Adopted. D DANFORTH, in continuing the Auction ranges, N and W; WE \ section23, township 1, pii> ;said defendant and sold to on satisfy as said property fi.
'asly confirmed. Great satisfaction vras Office. stating that the Earl of Aberdeen is On motion the Council adjourned. I Commission Business in Eufaula, tenders range 8, N and W; fractional section 24-, ditto fa. JOHN LUCAS.
nl3nifl"'lted l, on the jart of Congress, with of opinion that Texas must henceforth be 0' .. __ cordially, the thanks of the original firm to 36, ditto 35, purporting to belong to Thomas M. Sheriff of' Franklin
3tT.iytorgconductofthe former patrons, and will be grateful for the continued Bush the lands of Mrs. Thomas and the County.
war ; and they considered as forming part of the American joining Aapahchicola May 30, 1S46. 22.t,.
t( imalate themselves that we had: the Union. IRINE INTELLIGENCE. patronage of his friends. Apalachicola River. Also,40 acres land purporting -

ular troops, and the best troops in our Great numbers of Germans are constantly He will, on the shortest notice,give speciH attention i beldng to James Hudson, joining James G Semmes,) .
erte in these to the. following sales in Barbour county Nail's land and the Armona, No. not known. ?** CALHOUN COUNTY.Albert .
actions, instead of Iun- arriving in London from the continent, on POUT OF APALACHICOLA ... ...June 6. and vicinity to wit
*& ; : Also 86 acres land,purporting to belong to P. Mc- Elias Simpson. }
It i. their way to New York. The distress of ADMINISTRATORS' SALES, Cormick, joining Sarah Nail's and the Armona, virtue of an alias fi. fa.,to me,directed from
thought that, inasmuch as the MelC2 some of the emigrants recently occupied W. CLEARED.June REAL ESTATE No. not known. Also, the land, purporting to By the Franklin Circuit Court, I have levied oo
for
$ 2-BriJ L Jones
Were so well provided with artillery, the attention of the Lord Mayor of Loudon by Dodge & Pratt. Tyler, New York, FURNITURE .. belong to the Apalacbicola Land Company lying Lots 1 and 2, Block 19, in the City cf St. Joseph,

rna'eQ manifested ? much bravery, that with A clerk, named Norman, recently sent a June 6--Ship BII11! hard, Blanchard for New SALES OF HORSES, &c. &c. in the county of Calhoun, bounded east "by the and will offer the same for sale at 12 o'clock oa.

1a' lix thousand volunteers we should letter to his employer, informing him that Orleans, by D B Wood <& Co. Eufaula, May 15, 1846. 232tAuction Apalachicola River and west by Old River, the first Monday in July next, to satilfy laid. fi.
been beaten. he had been connected with 180 distinct known a Bird's Island, and part of Forbes' Purchase. (a. Sale on the premise .

JT"16"8 from Commodore Conner's robberies, and five attempts at murder.- ARRIVED.June and Commission Busi ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff ISAAC JACKSON, svff, .,
uadron, Itte 3--Ship Blanchard Blanchard, fm Boston ness. and ex-officio Tax Collector, Calhoun per J W. MOSES, Deputy Shfll
f that our army with the aid The scene of his infamies extended over to D B Wood & Co. I' Co .
1OO marines and' and olw''j & Co. will continue the Auction and May 30. 1846. 23-6m May 30, 1841 .. 22-tS
sailors some ? the West Indies, the United States and Steamer Agnes, Wheaton fm Chattahoochee STARR I .
ttte
'' immediately cross the river, E n gland. Steamer Augusta, Robertson, from Columbus. Business in Eufaula, Alabama, Land for Sale* TIiainaway Ncgrd For Sale;
ike PO tlSioo Steamer Eufaula, Garrard fm Columbus. through the summer, and will pay strict attentioi Wednesday 24th of June, 1846 I shall
of 1\latamoros, and attack Adams who wrecked some undersigned offers for sale 150 acres of ON
Captain was
, :h e Mexican' Steamer Charleston, Stapler fm Columbus. to all goods consigned to their care. THE best CaneBrake Land, one mile for sale l at public outcry at the
army wherever it be found. the coast of New Zeland, situate .
on
may years years ago 23 1846.
May ,
Tders Court House Council
23-4t ( Chamber) In the
from and half below Rock on side of city of
ln's Government to General and herd with the Spoke, May 30th ship Blanchard a Bllf
compelled to by bark Duc
r'Jlor tn A*. .U-- _____ .1? .__._i __I L____ -. .. savages--- .w -_. -_.__. the hj __ Ri___er_. ___ .,Ivinjr_ one mile I Apabchicola t one NEG&OMAN.. about thirty
ff* 'UI. ,cia UISpitlCnCU *r *?W"ednejday. mere, escapea irom ineir vigilance 3QO Qe uneans, nence lot Havre, on 'l'ortau.LIST acoucoioxicon. or 1'oisons for from- :; ;ADal the above---, xvith a Dwelling-- n and,other< -bOUgHsuitable years old, sold as a runaway slave by virtue et

I ote flew So we shall soon have having been regarded as dead by his wife Insects. fOr the plare, a blacksmith's shop and an act .passed By the Legislature of the Territory.

, Tb. and family, astonished them by his sudden OF VESSELS IN PORT. JUST received per brig Pioneer, which will if tools in complete order for work; also one waenn, of Florida, approved. Nov 21, .

; nate, yesterday, proceeded to the re-appearance last week. SHIPS- applied immedialely exterminate two yoke of oxen, f>0 hogs, and a 'fine JOHN LUCAS.
J 'eratioQ of the Bill supplemental to Selon, Backnam, 510 tons, for Liverpool, loadingS Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, Flea*, Mosquitoes, &.e. horse, saddle and bridle.Any hea. o 1 0 Sheriff Franklin Count.

: 1tt. entitled *'an Act providing (or the Caops.-The accounts which we receive Cassia. &c. Also, Fly Paper, for the destruction of flies, person wishing to purchase, will do well May 23. 1845. T
Cotton Planter, Pratt, 501 tons for Havre load ( sale "
e ni" or by J. C. ALLEN.
i of the existing war between from this and the to and look at the ,
'Uited vicinity neighboring counties ing-Nourse, Stone & Co. : June 6 cal propny. Notice.
" M. ,- States aod the Republic Mex.IDa in rezard to the crops. are highly grati Dumbarton Ptndleton, 499 tons, for Liverpool I ,< +i ARCHIBAL CARAWAY., CASH wanted for sundry accounts of lonr

f f i-101 for other purposes; the pending fying. We learn that both corn and cotton Edwin ins-D Pierce B S33 Wood eona Ac fm Co.Providence jugs, Medicine! & ,Chemicals.A'NOTHER. t .May 9, 19L- t All persons interested will taU,

t **.VIB< POB "Q amendment moved are doing remarkably well. A few more .M.uur. waiting '- :supply of fresh Drugs just re- S. ddl
$ -Ctti Aichison, providing that all general weeks of favorable weather, and.the former ,.RelS. Jt J\ ceived bY.Brig |tepnblic. which. makes my Clares. I i: vrill.-'.. an them personally. .

J /Pointed under this Act shall be will be beyond the effects of casualty Pleiades, Carter, 251 tons, for Boston, Io4gltepoblic assortment complete, and of the best quality. HAVING of Saddles, -March- 28 PETER HOBAXT.'

L rt at the close of the war or withinome The weather continues dry, and has become D B Wood & Co. X C. ALLEN. 6 I will dispose of then asabov Baggiag aNd Ripe. .
, lIthl thereafter quite warm-as we are told, as it will Lutl fieldi tons, for New York with N. B. My Store will be fepf open the'entire for cash: ; 1"
warm PCS. Lcuiriij.JIea
&
4er debate the bill dispatch-NOUIM, Stone& Co. Summer. All orders thankfully receired,prompt; Oh hand a fine Boggy Hamas, which 450 very bca"T .
; was passed probably be during the cummer. Under Pioneer,awn, 260 tone for New York, Ioa illCDodp ly attended to and correctly! put op. t. .so1dforcub.Useb .a w Co. Btggiog; 300 cbi1&3s"Iplh
the iuflueace of the dryness and warmth, ''S; Pratt May far We by
2 P. HQBART. March T 1. DAY -; ee.

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undersigned having purchased from Mr. : "' -' THE Mtacnbrr hat, '

mtTATESMANJS: MANUAL THE: S, Hawley his entire stock of Drugs Jackson Circuit Court. NOTICE-Six weeks after date 'I will: apply constantly ha,e,on b "

A KEW Al'fD' rJ"4.0 enrnox or 1"aumun' Jfedicines, Paints, Oils, Glas.. Ware, Shoo Fur SPRING,'TERM, 1846. Judge of Probate for Fraftklin county 11 assortment of DRUGS aDd

:: 4k_r,, ... HEf'AOXI. WITH AHITOR niture &.c. will continue the basinet at Wholesale The Farmer Bank of Virginia for letters of administration upon the estate of and C1NES.of which he' will tv
the
\, OF E.ACH; ADMINISTATJON, &C. and Retail at the old stand corner of Water Compl't. Samuel Simpson late of said county, deceased- Merchant, best qilit .
and Chestnut sts,and begs leave to say to his friends vs. j} In Chancery. as vaid Judge has noted default in the late,Exec and PlantentiQ[tiP-
/VJT& to their
Handsome to
S 0oocr call
Voltones advantage
> to.
'* Sttt4 Hundred, Each. and former patrons of the establishment that his Thomas M. White, Adm'r. &c. utor to said estate, and revoked his po\\'ers\ to act. Goods before examine and '
Pages purchasing elie\the 'i
,tJ, .: _' stock.is complete embracing everyarticle usually et. al. Defendants. THOMAS ORMAN N. B.
:...,: ,. ,irr HANDSOME )ItYL1N BIXDINC kept In Southern Drug Stores, and from arrangements T appearing to the Court by affidavit that Apalachicola, May 14, 18,16. 20.6w FOR the cure of Dispepeia or Indigestion Bil and Physician's prescriptions i

:, FIVE i recently effected,will bd regularly suppliedwith 1 Robert W. Williams one of the defendants, ,J and nervous Headache, Constipation, care accuracy at any hour of) the dn/J..

_., PRICE- DOLLARS. fresh staple articles. resides beyond the limits! of the State of Florida; NOTICE-Six weeks after date I will apply Diarrahcea, Gout Rheumatism Gravel Flatulency March J. C. ALi.t,

THE'' ADDRESSES "AND! MESSAGES Physicians, Planters, Country Merchants and to wit, in the State of Virginia. It is therefore e of Probate for the County of &.c. For sale wholesale and retail by 21 Cor. Centre, and Comrn'mofLIverwo :
OF others will find it to their interest to call and examine ordered that said defendant and answer the Franklin for letters of administration upon the Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN Druggist.Tarrant's .
PRESIDENTS OF THE U. S.NAUGRAL appear
:THE his stock and prices. All orders will be said: complainant's bill of complaint within four estate of John Jenkins,deceased. A REMEDY most perfect 1 is qid at. >
.! ANNUAL AND SPECIAL, promptly attended to in person by months from the date of the first publication of B. ELLISON. > Compound Extract of discovered in settled CcnsumptJwi' *

From 1789 to 1846. !March 1, 1916. H. F. ABELL. this order otherwise the said complainant's bill Apalachicola, April 8, 18. 6. Cubcbs and Copayia. Complaint or :any of their incipitDi) -ton

IVUhan-Qrizinal Memoir of each of the Pre. of co/nplaint shall be taken as against the said -All)) persons having claims against Stands it unrivalled for its the Chrono-Thermal !system h VJ T?**W*.,
silenlf. ,'and a"History of their.ddmin tra. To the Public. Robert W. Williams as and for confessed, according NOTICE T. Skillman late of Franklin county, efficacy few; performs a curein Doctor TAYLOR'S celebratedCeuine : med

tions; alto a selection of Important HAVING disposed: of my entire stock of to the form of the Statute in such case made deceased- are requested to present the same duly : a days-no confinement I I BALSAM or J.IVER.WOJ\T.WhicU,
Documents and Statisticallifor. :: and Medicines to Mr. H. F. Abell and provided. It is further ordered, That a copy authenticated, within the time prescribed by law or restriction in diet pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan hr ,,
., in retiring from the business, I take occasion to is necessary. It will be now espoused by several eminent
mation. .
of this order be published in some newspaper or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery phv.
return to the public, my friends and customers, week (for four months. found invaluable being prepared and has been for a long time the ,
and indebted
once: a and all to said
{ COSiriitD FR:)M OFFICIAL SOURCES printed published ; persons estate are : with the setr t f(
my thanks for the patronage they have bestowed Dated this eight day of May, A. D. 184S. requested to make immediate payment. greatest unparalleled success which has attended '
*, ]: BY EDWIN WILLIAMS, upon the cstablishmtnt while under my control ; THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.A SILAS DAVENPORT, Adm'r. -- possible care, upon well Taylor's medicine in performing Ju w J

ACTHOR. .OF THE NEW-YORK ANNUAL: REGISTER, &C. and I take pleasure in recommending my successorto rninutesofthe Court. tested principle, f.undednnon cures, which in many, very .
__ __ __ __ true exlractfrornthe, Apalachicola: April IS, 1846. 16-2m that imnortant____ law .. _.many_ .cl'a.
ttf"ll Jll n J ? .L" "' LL them worthy of their patronage, and sr.licit ? I --- H* an.. .aim/lot..... trtAva.ltKtA....... K i :
.cwciwicu. ou/t rorirqua oj me rresinemsSeals as N.T1iAY.tYl SOW, "'leYK' ------- \ -'11"r --- n ---- isv *'- LUIUIC, uui ire COnClt1s
for him continuance of the custom heretofore -Six months after date I will apply first established by the celebrah.d 1. the Doctor re
'..G1Id: the or Coats of Arms of the a C. II. DUPOXT, Counsel and NOTICE can bring forward are irrejiat tiblf
several Statc8. so liberally extended to me. Solicitor for Cornpl't. Hon. Probate Court of Franklin Dr. Fcidyce viz: we advise all who may have ccojhs .,

I. March 1 B- S. HAWLEY.To :May S, 15-16. mavr 22-1m county, for a final discharge from the administration I t hat a combination of similar colds even, to use this perfect specific or. '
of the estate of Roger deceased. remedies would produce a more certain,
Amory
CONTENTS..ITjTheSpeeches : delay. "Franklin says a small le
or Addresses, and Messages! i ioftlio.l Priiitezs.TYl'E Franklin Cireiiif Court.IN B. T. CARO, Adm'r. speedy and considerable effect than any equivalent big ship." Therefore, cure your cc-iUq

ei'dentiorthc United States from Washington FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FURNISHING CHANCERY. BENJAIN ELLISON Agent.; dose of any single one.' In many cases the your lungs are past cure. For sale by gbi
WAREHOUSE. Apalachicola, April 4, 1816. 14-6m disease i entirely prevented by its timely application.
to Polk. i Mary Ann Rouen, j jvs. )> J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent
subscribers have
opened a new Type b
For sale
Bill for Divorce. by
.. .2. A Memoir rr Biographical Sketch of each TIlE in the city of New York, where > -After six month's publication of Apabthitia
NOTICE Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist! &c.
John Rouen. ;
) CAUTION-The
..freiident preceding; his .Message.[ : they arc ready ta supply orders to any extent, for Solicitorof I shall apply to the Jud e of genuine Doctor 1.
t.. 3. An account. of the Inauguration of each :any kind: of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Ca(' IT apcarin from the affidavit defendant of the John Probate, fcr Franklin coumy, to be dischargedfrom : BALSAM OF LIVERWORT has ,on the
.P/esidept, and a History of the principal political Galleys, Brass Rule STEEL COLUMN RULE, the complainant: that the the administration of the estate of OliverC. splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent
e'veuta{ of his administration and of the fransac- Rouen, resides beyond the limits of the State of terfeits signed by Gurdon J.
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said Leeds
Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, necessary be madein Raymond, late of county, deceased. any otlt!
(!JOBS: of Congress at each session during the period for a Printing Office. Also second hand Florida. It is ordered that publication DEN F. NOURSE, vile and dangerous imitations and the pncautioned .
These sketches following the Mersages, the Commercial Advertiser once a week for the net to purchase
or deal
materials. March 23, IS 11. Adm'r. de bnni.tnon.N in if
&,c.'of: each'Pre ide-nt- and, with the Messages, The Type which ore cut in imitation of theEngllcli spare of four months, of the institution of this --. protected by the U. S. Copy Right LaWL't;
of the suit requiring him to and answer to Ihe OTIC-Six: months after date I will March
forming a cqcvpndiou! ; Political History leltfrs, are cast in new Moulds, from an appear : applyto 21, 18F_12-ly I
said bill before t the first day of October next, the Probata Court of Franklin
United States, for the last fifty-seven years. on or County, Tarrant's:
entirely new set of Matrixes with deep counter! Effervescent:
4.; Declaration of Inclependrice.i or the same will bs taken as contesj,>d i against for a final discharge from the administration an'l, Se
are watranted to be unsnipa *ed by and will
: ; Articles of Confederation. any him, and such further order made in the premisesas office of executor of the estate of David Richardson Aperient.
he sold to suit the times. All the type furnished
6. Constitution of the United States, with by us is hand cast." The types from any foundry to the Court may seem proper.A deceased. HEALTH RENEWED condition ar.d an in,
Notes and' nef. rences. be matched at this establishment. ( Copy-Teste.) E. B. \VHIT rARSH. of body p c t
anl circumttance can WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. I Feb 21 IS 16. by the use of VARIANTS EFFERVEai
7. A brief history of the events Printing Presses furnished, aNo Steam Enginesof -Gm ;
to the Union of the States and May\ 16, IS JO. 20-4m Found at Ltst'-A Sure cure for SELTZER APERIENT. ,
the most approved patterns. Six months after dite the under
I ThU preparation i is
formation of the Co\\} tituiC'n.: NOTICE the Piles. I universally allowed b
{Composition Rollers cast for Printers. AT I CHAMBERS} MARCH 29, 15-16. : will apply to the Judge of Probatefor the most popular remedy of the
.* 8. A (synopsis of the Constitutions of the several COCKROFT THYSICIANS and Chemists have Icng been I present !ay,
&
OVEREND the of Jacksnn, for final settlementof
Circuit Court Franklin County. county a JL anxious to discover medicine that would i the prevention and cure of IDlie5tionj&and
States Dec. 13, 1815. ly 6S Ann-st., NewYork.agil1S' the estate of Mary T. Gardner, late of said a Liver
;' '9- Tables of Members of the Cabinets of the Hezekiah Nash, > cure one of the most troublesome diseases, the Complaints ,
'various administrations Ministers to Foreign and vs. 5 Petition to foreclose mort- county, and a discharge from the office of Exec Piles. Success has at last been the result. Dr.JACKSON'S ache llearti.urn habitual Costivene"..&.
Rope. utrix of the last will and testament of siid de-
R. Ford and > Traveller.and residents in
;'Countries nnd other principal public officers. Sidney gage. PILE EMBROCATION not only stops warm climD ,
PIECES' KENTUCKEY BAGGING
heavy cd. MARY ANN
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Events in 100 Elizabeth A. Ford. $ cea CHAPMAN and inflammation subdues find it a desirable article; it preterits u:
'10. Chionological Table of Political 50 Coils Also 200 all bleeding allays pain ;
; Rope ; December 20. 1845.; Executrix.
a petition has been this day filed I mulation of bile is portable and the eThnrpn.ritinn
'the United- .States.. .... sacks: corn for sale by WHEREAS office of the Circuit Court of .. ._ ...... that !intolerable. itching but, effectually cures, .ia. nnn".11! ......,......"."" ..; m f.t...
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11. Statistical Tables ot Kevenue, commerce; BUGBEE & HOWARD, like a charm, and in a very snort time, persons
&nd Population. jan3 No 7, Columbus Block. Franklin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain Siue Tax Collector's Sale. whose lives have been rendered miserable; for I have frequent occasion for gentle and ,

12. A complete Index, or Analytical Table of household furniture, made and executed in Deca- PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given: that six years. For sale by J C ALLEN, : purgatives; they will take this aperientia l

Contents to the whole work. Prints OIlI--SPI'ilig: Styles, 1846. tur county Georgia, on the 28th day of Augusr, after date I will expose to sale at Sole Agent for Apalachicola.March ferehce"to any other. Sold wholesal! and nti

& BREWSTER Cedar-street, beg 1SJ1 I; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the public outcry, opposite the Court House door I 23.1S4G. 13-4m Nov .>. J. C. ALLEN, Drutt

TO AMERICAN CITIZENS. LEE to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that Court, by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the in the City of Apabchicoia, county of Franklin, -- ---- -- --- Drugs, Medicines, &c.

.. The.publisher of the above NATIO. '-WORK, they have rectived: and are now exhibiting at defendants Sidney II. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford the following Lots, lying and being in said City, LA KG E ar.d fresh supply of Drugs Jf&

announcing its completion, takes the opportunity the Warehouse<< exclusively for Printed Calicoes reside beyond the limits of the State of Florida : as the property of the following persons for A cines &c. consisting in part of the,foli,

to state, that the sale of the same has been 500 cases! comprising all the NEW SPRING I It is ordered that said defendants do appear and Taxes due said State for the year 1815, as per lug articles :-:50' doz Castor Oil, ,
his throughout the Union, I file their objections, if they have within 15:> of SCAR PA'S qts phi,w
committed to agents STYLES of British, French and American Manufacture any plan City. _ I pN; 5 bxs Houck'-j Panacea ; ]0 bxs Olhift'
who are authorised! to assure subscribers thatthere.will which in addition their ual stock days before the first day ot the ensuing fall term Lot. 'JJ/OCkII UW/If.rs. (ACOUSTIC OIL! !
to [
; : : f: i 1'fl.1(" 40 kegs; Epsr.m Salts ; 10 bbU Copperas; j 10
the fixed said shall betaken
deviation from price of this Court, otherwise petition
be no i renders their assoitment one of! t: e lli.t: ; beautiful I- :l 40 Campbell, -- $: :W THE Mil CURE F MOEAFMESS Gum Opium; 20! lbs Sulphate Quinine
namely FIVE DOLLARS: }per copy, which must bei and attractive in the city ; aud having JUST pro: confe-; provided that due publication 0) and 12 EL Calhoun &. Ross, 1 GO London Mustard ; Herbs of all kmdijSDa
considered reasonable for two handsome octavo of this order be made in the Commercial
been purchased for CASH AND SHORT CUKDIT, are Nutmeg; 15: bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemca Sjtj
volumes of over seven hundred pages each. offered by the piece or package on t the same terms, Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two 7 and 12 Bl Wm. l\Iathers assigns 2 aj: the cure 01 UtA.'I:: 1"dIllS, and tl.e 1U kfgP arla 11 ; :a rosi Seullelz aid ,f
No expense has been !spared' in the preparation at and below manufacturers' prices. mouths, successively. (A Copy-'l'ete.) 4 2S Dr. IE'acharn, _lt) FOR of matter from the Ears. Also, Powder: ; 20 lb- English Calomel ; 20 dcz

.' of these volumes, of Documents, History and $3: Catalogues of prices, corrected daily, are WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. I J H. ..r;. Morris, SO all those disagreeable noises: like the buzzing of Turpentine, and a general assortment of i2
Statistic, to render the same worthy the pitromge placed in the hands of buyers. April IS, 1S1G. 16-2m insects, falling of water, whizzing of steam &c. olein the Drug line for Country Me '
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not only of Statesmen and Legislators! ( but {Ci-:: Purchasers will inform themselves of the AT CHAMBERS, MARCH IG, 18JG. 6 and "7 C2 JaCob IIlf\'ey: 1 GOJOH'i &c., which are symptoms of approaching deaf- Planters and Physicians. For sale by
will find
-of American public generally; who tate of the market, and be well repaid for an examination Fa-anklin Circuit Court.IN i nes, and! al-o generally attendant with the dis- March 1 H. F. ABEUl

,in this TREASURY or POLITIC KVOWLEUE amass even if they do} not purchase.) CHANCERY. I LUCAS, Sherifi i tilse. Many persons who have been: deaf 'for ten,

of information indispensable to every intelligent NewYork, March 3, 1SH; 15-Jy Alphonse Loubat, and ex-Officio State Tax Collector. fifteen, and twenty years:: and were obliged to Blank I2coks and StationerL ]

citizen. vs. Apalachicola. Jan. 2J, ISl'J.' 4-Cm use oar trumpets, have, after using one or two KDGE1V-, J..um"D.y\ Books &.c:.
Form editions! of the PresidentMe
have been imperfect a-jd incomplete in many re- CONRIGNM '.-Jtis-t received a superior EmriM; Harrison his wife On COllsi nnlent. perfectly well. Physicians and Siirgeous highly Cotton Memorandum nn4k;

pects, which have: now been remedied, 1st by a O lot of Liquors, co-!) .i<{iiij: of Signed, David G. Raitey and Harriet F. J ')0 CASKS superior Rice, now landing; from recommended its use. For sale byJ Ship and River Liii Lading:: ;

careful comparis-ja with official documents:. and Cognac and Pale Cognac Br.iidy, Holland Gn: R.mey, his wife; Joseph; ; Hud ._ brig Tvbee, and for' sale by C ALLEN Sole Agent Ijoonks for Letter Press.
2d by diligent research} to supply' the Special Port Wine, Maderia and L. P. lJaderiainp, Alexander and Feb 21 NOURSE.[ STONE & CoA March 25 13-1m for Apalachicola. Blank Bill ot Exchange and Checks
son. McAlpin ------- -- _______ __ __ ___
Messages and Addresses omitted in former com Champagne Wine, &.c. &.c. for sale at impoiter's Ojrden liberty! : Assignees of Bill to foreLaverty ____ u J'l't icceived and fir sale by
pilations. The Index to the whole work, of subjects prices, for cash only, by ; Cutter &. Co. James close mort- Pork &: Beef. Cabinet Work S5ioj March 1 H. F. ABDll
names and dates is a new feature of this March 23 F. KOPMAN.Boot ; f\ BBLS. Me-s and Prime Pork ; 30 bbls. THE subscriber is now in readiness
and John
edition which will make it invaluable for refer- Bogart Hawthorn, gage on lots 4feJ Mess: and Prime Beef, for ale: l by _, -;"*5 1- : to manufacture new, or repair old, PAINTS AND OILS-50! kegs Nu 1I.J
constituting the firm of Bogart New. ? and MarcV J. DAY & Co. I i T I I Furniture with despatch ') sails Winter Lamp Oil; 3))
and Shoes. prnrptnessand
? & Hawthorn David Maitland \ 12 in block _
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; Linseed
ence.To Oil Go hxs assorted Glass 500 V4
render these writing of the American : and :Men's Russet and solicits the patronage of his old (pay. ; ;
: Brogans, David
S.
BOYS' Kennedy\ Henry LaEl, in the A Card. ty ; 10'J' aborted:: Paint Htushes; Blacf ]
Presidents more valuable as a continued National of n'i sew'd and peg'd, Kip Brogans, verty James S. Branden and city of Ap- to c\o\ accompanied with Memoirs WISHING .
orders
they are to gain some new one*
History. Gents fine Calf Brogans,
Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola.the prepared: to sell our extensive:' stock received and ftr sale bv.
the Presidents and a History of the various ad- Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do. firm of Hrunden &lurray ; of DRY GOODS, Hoots, Shots, Hats, &c., at PETER HOBART. March I II. F. AB U|
ministrations.The Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, Crumby and Dra. unusually low prices for cash or city {fjrj- Shop in third story of Brick Building, cor-
acceptanceMerchants
work edited and compiled by Mr. EDWIN I Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.Thoc. .
M Super Ladies! Gaiter Boots, ner Per Brig Ulctamora.
the and others
per, constituting firm of a visiting this city, will find
Political
WJLU.IMS, whose! familiarity with our Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots, Crumby &, Draper ; -- Wilson it to their interest t to examine our stock before 1 JUST arrived a LeuUtitul assortment of(

History and: Statistical Suhject generally., A large and extensive assortment just t received, and Gale viible making their purchases. Clark, ?, suitable fur the season[ amQt5
ar. well known to the public and afford a sufficient and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co.Nov partners of the firm of WiNon, I J. STRVENSON: & CO. BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, may be fOUI.d-
guarantee for Ihe accuracy and fidelity'ofth. 29 41 Water street. m CONTINUES to carry on this busi. French Linen check and Sack Coats!
.... .." ""nt"tinl\. ; _n... _aronmnanvjnw..... ,... !, Hutorv. _Gale & Co.. and James r wn. j Apalachicola, Jan. 12, 1816 jinl7 3-tf \-1 np .;:: ;j.I .!t!'l:\I ichinb. ttvr f!{'ron ,ro; hplt'\'I.. n_ .J n..... ,
4W "''''ouy. t+fctv* t4 *' i'- .p WALKER----- l appearing to the Satisfaction of the Court, 'i-; it\I; : t '";i;;;;t.: I uo 00 uo u ur-ay co,
EDWARD
11' Cente
Iron, Nails, &c. that the above named defendants do not reside! BaiuJ; and Rone. i Union Plaid Linen Hunting and Frock Cai|
'April11 Iii Fulton-street New-York. 20 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes, within the State of Florida, but within the 500 PIECES heavy Clifton Kentucky Bagging Having superirr workmen, he is confident I Plaid and Fancy Linen Drilling pants,
100 kei :Nail do. United States; It is therefore ordered that pub ; 500 coils good Kentucky'>pe. that all who may patronize him will fird Union Plaid "

Dry Goods. 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities, lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser, Also, 150 boxes Tobacco various brands, for sale they harailed at tl-v right shop. French Call Plain White If

subscribers offer for sale a Urge and sea. 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils once a week for the space of four months of the by LOCKHART &. YOUNG. Skin and Morocco Hoots, or Shoes, made to order, I Kremlin, fancy and striped Cottonade Fanftl

THE ble stock cf Dry Goods consisting> in 20 English and American Vises, institution of said suit, requiring them to appear Feb 29, 9 of the latest fashion and most approved style. White, Linen bosom, and fancy ccl'dSbnUJ
20 Bellows, All mending, &c., done with neatness and promptitude Caulbrick ..
put and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or Super striped
ofNegro Kerseys and Lhseys, 12 dozen Spades and Shovels, before the expiration of that time or said bill ROl)C. and ua terms that cannot fail to be re- Palml >af, Leghorn, Panama Florence atd

White and Red Flannels, 10 II Collin's Axes will b. taken as confessed against them and such 300 COILS forsaleby cognised; as in keeping with the competition in da Straw Hats
march14 D B WOOD & CO.
Plain and Fancy Jeans 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards further crder given in the premises as to the trade and the closeness of the times. Super Calf Boots, Brogans and Iow-quar-1

Double twilled Tweeds, 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saw, Court may seem meet.A TT'OLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsam, jan17 3-Ct Buckskin, Cloth Prunella and GoatAinf:

Super fancy Casameres, 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by ( Copy-Teste.) JD for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver Cliattaliooclice Hotel. Leather Pumps, Velvet and Mo SlipptHJ

Super English: a:&d French Cloths, WM. G. PORTED & Co. WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk. Complaint and all diseases ot the throat and JL.b.A THE subscriber takes pleasure in many other Gouds-all cheap.

Whitney Blankets 10, 11 and 12 qrs. Nov29 41 Water street. March 20, IS 16-12-1m lungs, for sale by informing the traveling community March 28 F. KOPl[

DuLl Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs. April 11 H. F. ABELL. I!! P that he has taken charge of the above
Denims Kremlins and Cotfonadcs For Sale. Franklin County. 'establishment, situated immediately l Spring; Goods.
and FIRKINS best Dairy BuUer.betterknownas" FIRST: DISTRICT JUS nCE'S COURT.A. Flour. _- TUST arrived: per brig :MetamoraJ ,
h Brown Shirting Sheeting 20 on the banks of the river, where the
Cotton Oinaburgs Latham's Butter." Apply to G. Semmes, ) 11 f\ BBLS. Western ; 50 bbls. Canal, now traveller may find a comfortable and quiet resting I Rich Fancy Prints-English and 1

Cottor. Drilling and Ticking Feb 21 NOURSE, STONE & Co. vs. S Attachment. HO landing, for sale by place and thereby avoiding the many inconve- i New style and very superior Gingham;

Linen and Cotton Checks, Aaron B. Marvin. J April IS J. DAY & Co. niences which they have heretofore been sub- I China Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses,

Irish Linen Shirting and Sheeting, Oil Consignment. THE defendant is notified of the institution of ject to.The. Ladies' Fancy Dresses, in pattern,

Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting THE subscriber has just: received from the foregoing suit by attachment returnableto Ulolasses.Q11 U. S. Mail steamer Agnes, (rom Apalachicola 8-10 and 12-4 Musquito Lace Keltic
English, French and American Prints and publishers a beautiful the April term of said Court.A. TIERCES, 20.;') bbl and 28 hhds. cargo arrives on Sunday and Wednesday at and single.

Extra super plain and twilled Ginghams, of Paper Hanging*, Foolscap and Letter Paper G. SEMMES. /wJLJL of schr. Swan from Havana now landing, :3> o'clock, P. M. departs Monday and Thursdayat 50 pes plaid and white corded! do da.<
;
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer March IS, 1SJ6. 12-3m for sale by [april 11] J. DAY &- Co. 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western Mail arrives. Ladies', fancy Sun Shades and Parasols! ,

Extra super Muslin de Lame Books, etc., which he offers very low. Franklin Superior Court. Havana Segars.Kf Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 o'clock, Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,
Scotch and American do. Feb 7 F. KOPMAN. William Wright A. M and Satur- Figured Muslins, Balzarines and othrti f
English, ) \ frfBEST Havana Segars!: for sale ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays
Super Italian black and figured Silki, vs. V Attachment for $5000. by WOOD & Co, days at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrives Goods*: for Spring Dresses.
sad
For Sale
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs Daniel McDougald. ) April 4 32 Water st. Tue-days, Thursdays and Saturdays at S o'clock Ladies Kid Walking Shoe! Buskins
Super English' and Pongee Silk Hkfs, DA BBLS MESS PORK : 20 } bbls No. 1i.uijtP Defendant and other\ persons interested A. M. ; departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- Do black and colored Kid Slippers Jtfj
Cotton Hkfs Mackerel ; 20 J bbUNo Mackerel! ; 10i THE Coffee. Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and
America notified
"English and hereby of the titution of the pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail via
bbls Fulton Market Beef for sale bv BAGS Rio Coffee landing from brig Vir-
head Hkfe : Straw Bennetts,
Madras and Verona above suit, and arc required to plead accordingly. 175 Quincy and Tallahassee arrives Mondays Wednesdays
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, DODGE PRATT, GEO. S. HAWKINS, pinia, for sale by and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs Plain striped and figured Swiss and <
feb2S 9 40 Water street. : April IS J. DAY &. Co. I Muslins.
Super- Marseillesjand. -. -. Worsted. Vestings, J. C. SMITH, I Tuesdays, Wednesdays and! Sundjy! ? at 6 o'clock n "; .......-... _.,,__ __,: ,..... n.":..". fl. "
Cotton and Klix rnreaa.Plain Pesfaimery.S Att'ys for Plaintiff.Apalachicola Clover Seed. P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and Jc.Iuc UldoU uuna dIIIc::t buI. ---

and fid Swiss and checked Muslins, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ev- March. 19-, 1845.- 49-4m A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover Thursdays at G o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesdaysand intends March to 28 sell verY" low.' F. KOJ

Jaconet: and Cambric Muslins COLOGNE Jasstnine, Amber, Portugal, Sheriffs Sale. Seed for sale by Fridays at 7 o'clock A. M._

Which Needles have: .Pins been Tape i electt kc.)d &c with great care in &c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Rose*, &c. BY virtue of a writ of fi. fa. issued from the April 4 H. F. ABEL. the The servants House thoroughly and Furniture drilled are in their entirely business new,, Paints, Oils, nnd Glass
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN. of the Circuit of Franklin in GIBSON & CLAPP.
and Boston, from Importers and Agents County Water
New York Congress Spring and all will use their utmost endeavors to make
at the lowest market rates, and favor: of Win. G. Porter against R. E. Raimond, and for sale the traveller.A. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL D
of Manufacturers, Goods oil Coiisiiiiueiit.A received per schr. LeRoy, by the time pals pleasantly to
I have this
levied ntjct.
now offered at wholesale or 'rtail on favorable day upon and.will offer for saleon JUST 21 J. C. ALLEN. G MARSHALL, Paints, Oils, Varnishes: Turp
are SMALL assortment of Good, consisting 0 the 1st of
WAI. G. PORTER & Co. Monday July next, before the Court Glass &c.,
for the
terms by tI Coffee, Tea, Soap Candles, Tobacco Home Agent Proprietor. g004
41 Water street. door in the city of Apalachicola one Copartnership. I Will keep constantly on hand a-
: Nov. 29.1845. Gunpowder Brandy, &c., is offered at New barrel and Cbaattahoochee, March 17.1846. 12-lf : colcrsfBoatsShippingandPlantationusel "
Camphine one box merchandize containing subscribers respectfully inform their ment of MIXED PAIXTS of All

HHDS St. Croix Sugar, York Invoice prices, by chimneys for lamps, levied on as the property THE and the public that they have taken "Sans Souci" ,t <

10 20!) do New Orleans Sugar\ to arrive, jan31 5> NOURSE STONE & CO. oi said defendant. and sold to satisfy' said fi. into partnership Mr. EUGENE W. ROGFRS.: RESTAURAUT, BILLIARD AND READING a variety articles in the painting M*'

10) sacks Rio Coffee ; 50 do Java, For Sale. fa. JOHN LUCAS. CHARLES ROGERS & Co. ROOM mernus to mention.

4 cases Hyson Tea Sheriff of Franklin County. April 7, i843. Corner Commerce and Centre Streets. House, Sign, and Steam Boat
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacao, 9 0 BOXES Roofing Plate 14 by 20 Aapalachicola May 30, ISlfi.) 22-ts. Glazing, done with neatness and
50 .* Met d do. Brown's and Labby's, AaI 30 do Tin do 1.3 X, --- received, a few cases of fashionable white BY R. E. RAIMOND. moderate prices, for cash.
;. 20 &I Sperm Candles: 50 bxs brown Soap, 50, bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20, Albert G Semmes, ) JUST on consignment, for sale wholesale or 23 Water street,Ap '

: 100 bags Shot ; 50 kegs Powder Braziers and Sheething Copper, Elias Simpson.vt- I 5 CALHOUN COUNTY. retail by MILLER & Co. OYSTERS-Fried, Broiled, Roasted, Stewed, Jan. 10, iSIS.
Block Tin Lead Iron and Tin'd Fivets
47 Water street.
Lead casks Linseed Oil May 2 Pickled and in the Shell.
lbs 4
.: 2000 ; Bucket Ears Bar Iron, Hoop Iron, By virtue of an alias fi. fa., to me, directed from "" Iron NaIls, 4e. -. .
and ,
keys White Lead, No.1. Extra Pure. WELSH RAREBITTS
200 ,
Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and retail the Franklin Circuit Court, I have levied on Notice. n1
subscribers have hand a PJ
1. For tale byV.. G. PORTER & Co. Lots 1 and 2 Block 19 in the POACHED EGGS, THE on ...
29 41 Water street. by City of St. Joseph wanted for sundry accounts of l long BIRD SUPPERS. and retail, low for C3
Nov
Nov 1 ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co. and will offer the same for sale at 12 o'clock on CASH All 'persona interested will take Private Rooms.1IO'l 20 tons assorted Iron 50 kegs awcrt 3,>]

Sugar. i the first Monday in July next, to satisfy said fi. due notice and.govern them! elve accordingly, or (0- LUNCH Supper 50 kegs Spikes Wrought and Cut,
: from 11 to 1.
HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. su. Bagging and Rope. fa. Sale on the premises. I will-dun them personally. Families and visitors every day with Sheet and Boiler Iron,

25 perior St. Croix, in store for sile by 100 pcs. Kentucky Bagging, ISAAC JACKSON, Sh'ff., March 23 PETER HOBART. the barrel or gallon. supplied March Oysters 14 by Hollow Ware a general assortment
March 7 J. DAY & Co. 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessian per J 'V. MOSES, Deputy Sh'ff. Sugar and Coldren Kettles; ,
4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by May 30, 18-17 22-ts Bagging and Rope. Parlor Sad Irons.Blacksmith's .
and Stoves
Cook
lUolahCs. PORTER --- ? PCS. very heavy Louisville Man & Lumber.
WM. G. & Co. A C\
Runaway Negro For Sale 4fclQl/ 300 coils Bale received 50.000 feet Yellow Pine Lum- Tools Hard ware,
Kf\ BBLS. N. 0. Molasses, for sale by Nov 29 41 Water street. Co. Bagging ; Rope JUST
t.. OU March 7 J. DAY & CoSaddlery ON Wednesday 24th of June 1843, I shall for sale byMarch assorted qualities. Also on hand 50,000 Britannia and Jappand''Varesjrast'

4.-+-- d- _Ou* Consignment, for sale at public outcry, at the 1 J. DAY&, Co. feet White Pine.assorted from.to2 inch, which Fire'Dog3, Sh ovels: and Tongs, _
for Sale at Cost and BOXES New Bedford Sperm Candles Court House (Council Chamber) in the city of will be sold low for the cash! byPETER Hoc ks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump

: Charges. .100 for sale low for Cash, by Apalachicola one NEGRO MAN, about'thirty Per Octavia from New Orleans HOBART.No Marlin Spun Yarn, MahiJIa'alilHtliPAnchors

'. : hand an assortment of Saddles,' WM. T. WOOD, years old, sold as a runaway slave by virtue of ,RECEIVED as above a choice selection Lumber will be delivered from the yard Pitch, Oakum,Tar,C al;W,

HAVING.on : &c I will dispose\ of them. asiborf Nov 29 42 Water. street., an:act passed by the Legislature of the.Territory.' and Provisions ; also a after this date unless paid for, or a written order Turpentine.Sperm and Linseed Oil .
1 for cub. ". of Florida, approved'N6 v 21, 1928. freh supply of Spring and Summer Clothing, from responsible person. March 23 Paints and Brushes,Rigging wtP1 ,

.>- -' "OnTiana' fine Buggy and -Harness, which will 'Flavouring .,Waters. JOHN LUCAS, made. up in the. latest style for sale bv I Matts, Pumps and Buckets, ."

eso1dorcash.a assortment just received, and for {salo by Sheriff Franklin County. GIBSON & CLAPP, CEDAR wanted by Tin anti Sheet Iron Ware. .r".
March 23 HOBART AN'( 29 J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist. May 23, 1846 March 21 22 Water street. D. B. WOOD & CO. March 14 ROBERTS AL '


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