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Wood & Co.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 32, Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
The strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors.
Sales at Store every Saturday.
Coffee.
175 BAGS Rio Coffee, landing from brig Vir-
1 ginia, for sale by
April 18 J. DAY & Co.


Bagging and Rope.
SPCS. Kentucky Bagging,
10 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians,
4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


90 BASKETS London Club Champagne
S5000 Regalia Segars, for sale by
April 4 B. S. HAWLEY.


Sugar.
5 HHDS. Dry New Orleans; 20 hhds. su-
A. perior St. Croix, in store, for sale by
March 7 J. DAY & Co.


Clover Seed.
A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover
Seed, for sale by
April 4 H. F. ABEL.


M11olasses.
50 BBLS. N. O. Molasses, for sale by
O March 7 J. DAY & Co


Congress Spring Water
ST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
March 21 J. C. ALLEN.


Copartnership.
THE subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public that they have taken
into partnership Mr. EUGNE W. ROGrRS..
CHARLES ROGERS & Co.
April 7,1846.


Molasses.
11TIERCES, 205 bbls. and 28 hhdg. cargo
21 of schr. Swan from Havana, now landing,
for sale by [april ill J. DAY &. Co.


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


Flavouring Waters.
AN assortment just received, and for sale by
Nov29 J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist.


APALACHICOLA, FA.


Nov. 1., 1845.


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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.


VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1846. [NUMBER 24.


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Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chlas. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,
April 7, 1416. Apalachicola, Fa.
S. Davenport,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water-street,
Apalachicola, Fa.
(t Liberal Advances made on consignments
Sto my friends in New Orleans, New York or
Liverpool. April, 1846.
f F. Abell,
WHOLESALE 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 Apalachicola, Fa._
1. D. Darden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 20, 1845. Apalachicola. Fa,
B. F. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
Course, Stone & Co"
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
novel Apalachicola, Fla.


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Cooke & HIorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
New-Orleans.
ANDREW S. COOKE. AMos I-Honr.
feb 8.


Win. T. Wood,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Nov 29. Apalachicola, Fa.
ALBERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
eMcKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Florida.
D. B. Wood & Co.,
4NERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
Nov, 1, '1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
Myers & M1itchel,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36 Water-street,
tov 15. Apalachicola, Fa.
ALvA WYLIE, WM. A. McKENZIE.
Wylie & MTeKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Michael A. Myers,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 36, Water street,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola. Fla.
J. H. & J-. Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,


Very,' responded the Captain, calmly,
as he placed his hand upon a small brass*
knob on the back of the pilot house. This
movement was responded to by the faint
ringing of a bell below, followed immedi-.
ately by a rpsh of cinders from the smokb
pipe, and an improved action in the pad-
dies.
'Now we move again.'
Some,' was the response, and a momen-
tary tremor pervaded the boat as she slid
along' right smartly.
But the craft in our rear, moved like our
shadow, upon the calm waters, and as we
shot down the river, it seemed as if we
had her in tow,' so calmly and uniformly
did she follow in our wake. The excite-
ment of the congregation on deck by this
time had become intense, and it was plain
that the boats mnst shortly part compa-
ny or 'split something!' The rascal be-
hind us took advantage of a channel, and
' helm-a-starboard,' was clearly heard from
the look-out of our rival, an she hove off,'
and suddenly fell alone side of us! 'The
parson went below at once, to put his throat
into execution, as we came up into the
current again, neck and neck; and when
he returned, we were running a twenty-five
knot lick, and thlie steam smack up to 40
degrees.
'She's going-going-go- muttered
an auctioneer to himself.
A perfect non-suit,' remarked a lawyer.
Beaten but not vanquished,' added a po-
litician; ;.nd away we scudded, side by
side. for half a mile.
Would'ntshe beara leetle more?" meek-
ly asked the parson.
She's doing very well,' replied the cap-
tain. Don't get excited, gentlemen, my
boat is a new one-bher reputation and mine
is at stake. We musn't rush her-racing
always injuresa boat, and I am averse to it;'
saying which he applied his thumb and
finger to the brass knob again-the bell
tinkled in the distance and our rival pilot
shortly had an opportunity to examine the
architecture of our rudder post!
I was acquainted with the engineer. I
stepped below, (believing that we should be
beaten with our present speed,) and enter-
ing the engine room, said to him-
Tim, we'll be licked-give her another
turn, eh ?"
I rather think she moves some as it is,'
said Tim.
Yes, but the C- is hard on us-givo
her a little, my boy, just for- .'
'Step in here a moment,' remarked Tim:
'its all mum, you know-nothing to be
said, eh? Quiet-there !-don't she trem-
ble some ?'
I noticed, for the first time, that our boat
did labor prodigiously.
But come round here,' continued he:
'look, mum's the word you know.'
I stepped out of that engine room in a
hurry. The solder on the connection pipe had
melted and run down upon the scams in a
dozen different places, from the excessive
heat; a crow bar was braced athwart the
safety valve, with a fifty six upon one end,
and we were shooting down the Ohio, under
a head of steam, chock up to 54 40!
My sleeping apartment was well aft. I
entered the state room, got over upon the
back side of my berth, and stuffing the cor-
ners of the pillow into my ears, endeavored
to compose myself in sleep-it was out of
the question. In attempting to right my-
self, I discovered that my hair stuck out so
straight that it was impossible for me to get
my head within six inches of the pillow!
I tossed till daylight, in momentary ex-
pectation of being landed in Kentucky, or
somewhere else, but we got on finely. We
led our rival half a mile into Louisville;
and I immediately swore upon my night cap,
I would not accept another invitation, for a
pleasure trip, from a steamboat captain who
was averse to racing.


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he left him and started for the house,
ilhout saying one word.
"I don't care!" said Charles; but he did
are or he would not have said so.
He had half a mind to run after her and
sk her pardon, and kiss and make up, but
is pride repelled the idea, and he threw
himself down upon the soft green bank, and
claimed :
" 1 don't care !"
Next day, Uncle Eldred took the young
people home. The indignant Janet would
ot speak to Charles, and Charles would
ot speak to the indignant Janet, and so
natters were as bad as they could well be.
And so they continued for a month, and
year and two yea:irs, but during all this
ime, Janet was very unhappy. She blamed
herself again and again for being so unkind ;
nd wished again and arain that Charles
vould come to see her, that lie would only
peak to her, and she would forgive him
with all her heart. But Charles would do
no such thing. He came to the house very-
eldiom. and when he did come, it was no,
o see J'net.
"I will write him a letter," said Janet,
'and explain all."
And so she did, but she tore it up, and
vrote another, and tore that up too. Thus
he was about as unhappy as a young lady
of eighteen, in love and slighted, could
make herself.
Now .Jannet had a slight acquaintance with
Miss Sannders, and Mliss Saunders being
aboutto change her name for that of a very
handsome young man, sent an invitation to
Janet to come and see it done. Janet, like
he generality of young ladies of eighteen,
had no objections to attend a wedding, and
so went with hter brother. But what was
her astonishment when she found that the
handsome young man aforesaid was no oth-
er than Charles-her Charles!' She would
have left the room, but she had not the
power. The clergyman came, and the
contracting parties took their places. The
ceremony proceeded, poor Janet could hard-
ly stand up. She felt a faintness come over
her.
"Then 1 pronounce you to be man and
wife," said the clergyman, in conclusion.
Janet could stand no more; hereyes grew
dim, her blood refused to circulate, a terri-
ble feeling came over her spirits and she
-awoke.
The oil in the lamp was almost burnt out,
and the light which it gave was merely
enough to assure her that she was still in
her pretty little room, lying on her pretty
little bed, with just enough time to take a
very little nap, before Charles and his fath-
er would come to take her into the country.


t octtr .

THE BIBLE.
BY WILLIAM LEGGETT.
This little book I'd rather own
Than all the gold and gems,
That e'er in monarch's coffers shone,
Than all their diadems.
Nay, were the seas one chrysolite,
The earth a golden ball,
And diamonds all the stars of night,
This book were worth them all.
How baleful to ambition's eye
His blood-wrung spoils must gleam,
%When Death's uplifted hand is nigh,
His life a banished dream.
Then hear him with his gasping breath
For one poor moment crave,
Fool! would'st thou stay the arm of death,
Ask of thy gold to save.
No, no! the soul ne'er found relief
In glittering hoards of wealth,
Gems dazzle not the eye of grief,
Gold cannot purchase health; -
But h1re a blessed bahnlm appears,
To, bhpl the deepest woe ;
. -,:. w1ho seeks this book in tear.,
Hlis tears shall cease to flow.
Here Hie who died on Calvary's tree,
Hath made the promise blest;
"Ye heavy laden come to me
And I will give you rest.
A bruised reed J will not break,
A coitrite heart despise;
My burden's light, and all who tako
My yoke, shall reach the skies."
Yes. yes, this little book is worth
All else to mortals given :
For what are all the joys of earth
Compared to joys of Heaven.
This is tne guide our Father gave
To lead to realms of dav :-
A star whose lustre gilds the grave-
The hght-the truth-the way.


B. S. Hawley,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Cor. Water and Chestnut streets,
April 4 Apalachicola, Fa.


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


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


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


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


Saanuel Sclhiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
9(; Particular attention paid to putting up family.
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
dec20 Apalachicola, Fla.
David G. Raney,
COMMISSION& FORWA R DING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 WVater street.
NovT5. ly .aU* Apalachicola, Fa.


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


Francis Kopman,


REMOVAL.
W. G. 1I. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1845.


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,
.q general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fki.


A. G. Semmies,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
i- Office, .Ao. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


J. Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
y 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. mnay3
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


P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINErT FURNITURE.
g- No. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
nov16 Apalachicola, Fla.
Lockhlart & Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla.


ftM ismj llaincous.

THE STOLEN KISS,
OR THE FANCIES OF A BEAUTY.


Janet was an imaginative 'reature. She
was tall, she was slender; her neck was as
slender as a swan's neck, and her head and
face were perfect. Let the reader imagine
a perfect head and face, and he will be in
possession of the right idea of what Janet
was, and how she looked. Janet was very
young-only sixteen-and Janet was a beau-
ty.


W[. W. Sims. WM,. W. CHEEVER.
Sims & Cheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
e- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


Exchange.
T HE subscribers as Agents for the Bank of
Brunswick, ae pre prepared to purchase bills on
New York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or
Charleston, and check on New York in sums to
suit purchasers.
Nov 25 WM. G. PORTER & Co.


One afternoon-it was four o'clock-Janet
took up a book which was full of pretty
love tales. Ah! Janet was an imaginative
creature. She did not put down that book
until ten o'clock at night.
Janet slept upon one of the pretiest little
beds, in one of the prettiest little rooms that
her father's house (it was a pretty little
house) contained. If it could have been
permitted for any one to see Janet enter her
room that night, and place her lamp on the
table, and sit down on her bed, Pnd gaze on
a certain part of the carpet in deep revery
and not see that part oflthe carpet at all, but
see the lovers, and the father, and all the
characters, in the story she had been read-
ing--I say, if it could have been permitted
to any one to see Janet then, she would
have been taken for a spirit, without a par-
ticle of flesh and blood.
But nobody was permitted to see her, and
so Janet slept and waked, and it was morn-
ing. But it was very late in the morning,
and Janet got a scolding. Janet's mother
scolded her when she waked her; but Ja-
net was too pretty to be scolded, and so her
mother thought; for she kissed her, and
told/her she was the laziest and worst daugh-
ter she had, and she had four, and told her
too, that Charles, whom she called her
cousin, (though he was not,) if she did not
make haste, Charles would come back and
catch her ,. '_.
1 should like to see him catch me abed,"
said Janet, though of course she would not
like any such thing.
But Janet had just got out of her room,
when she met Charles and his father.-
Now, when Charles was a very little boy he
lost his father, and a gentleman adopted
him as his son. This gentleman was Ja-
net's Uncle, and so she called Charles her
cousin.
"Cousin Charles, Cousin Charles," said
Janet, "and Uncle Eldred, are we going in
the country to-day ?"
"To be sure we are," said Uncle Eldred,
and in the country they went.
Now Charles was as good looking a lad
as can be seen in a walk from the Bowling
Green to Union Park. His hair fell in large
curls over his ears, collar, and everything.
But it was very pretty hair, and as long as
he could prevent it from covering his pretty
bright eyes, his mother, his father, and Ja-
net said it was a pity to cut it. So it grew
and grew, and curled and curled, and eve-
rybody said it was very pretty hair, and the
black eyes, which it did not hide, were very
pretty eyes, and that Charles was a very
pretty boy.
When Charles and Janet got out in the
country, they rambled over fields, through
woods and across meadows until they got
tired. They then sat down on a grassy bank,
which was covered with grass, that was some-
thing like grass, for it was soft like moss ;
and if it had been the best kind of green
velvet it would not have been better.
Now when Charles was little, quite little,
it had been a favorite diversion of Janet, to
twine her fingers in among hisflowing curls,
to bring them down over the bright black
eyes, and then, when the bright eyes could
not see her, to steal a kiss, and be chased
and chased, and caught, and kissed herself,
as a punishment. But this was when
Charles was very little, to do so now would
no doubt have been very improper. And
yet Charles-the presumptuous Charles-
had no sooner seated himself beside Janet,
than he put his arm around her neck, and
kissed her! What impudence! What in-
solence! to kiss the cheek of a perfect face,
with a neck as perfect as a swan's, and that
cheek, and that face, and that neck, full six-
teen summers old, without ever saying by
your leave." Janet was very angry-very.


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


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


[From the N. Y. Spirit of the Times.]
STEAMBOAT CAPTAIN WHO WAS
ADVERSE TO "RACING."
rY TIE YOUNG 'CUN.


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T. J. SkANFORD. M. M. JBUrI
Sanford & Butt,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 36 Water Street, ,
dcc!4 Apalachicola, Fla.


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Benjamin Salter.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1, 1815. Apalachicola, Fla.
JS1'REMIAH DAY. DANiREL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street.


UMBER 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.


Early in the spring of thl- present year, a
magnificent new steamer was launched upon
the Ohio river, and shortly after made her
appearance at the Levee opposite the flour-
ishing city of C- Gilt edged covers
enveloping the Captain's 'respects' accom-
panied with invitations to come down and
'see her through,' upon her first trip down
the river, were forwarded to the editorial
corps in that vicinity, the chalked hats were
'numerous,' on the occasion. It was a
grand affair, this debut of a floating palace,
which has since remained quite untarnished,
as the crack boat,' par excellence, upon the
Western waters. Your humble servant was
among the 'invited guests' and a nice time
he had of it.
I found myself on board this beautiful
craft in close communication with a score of
unquestionable beauties. The company
proved to be a heterogeneous conglomera-
tion of character-made up of editors, law-
yers, indiscribables and 'fancies'-with a
sprinkling of non-such's.' There was a
stray parson too, in the crowd-but as his
leisure time between meals' was spent in
trading horses, we dispensed with his 'grace
before meals.'
We left our moorings an hour before sun-
set, upon a cold afternoon, and passed rap-
idly down the stream, without experiencing
any out-of-the-way occurrence. The 'sons
of temperence' and the parson aforesaid,
amused themselves with a smoking whiskey
toddy-the boys' were relieving each other
of their superfluous dimes and quarters, at
euchre, when a tall gentleman who was 'some'
(when he was sober,) stepped into the cabin
and imparted the information that a well
known 'fast boat' had just hove in sight, at
the mouth of the Kentucky river. The cards
were dropt instanter, the punches disappear-
ed-and tne 'mourners' were soon distribu-
ted in knots upon the promenade deck, to
watch the progress of events.
Our 'bully boat' sped away like a bird,
however, and the craft behind gave us ear-
ly evidence that she should offer no child's
play. The 'fat was in the fire,' at once-a
huge column of smoke curled up in the
clear atmosphere-an extra turn or two was
visible upon our own boat, and away she
went! A good deal of excitement existed
among the party, as the rival steamer was
clearly gaining upon us. A craft like ours,
with such a company and such a captain
mustn't be beaten.
As the boat behind us fell in under out
stern, and we could distinctly count her
passengers,' a sort of impressing came over
us, that, by some mistake, we had got upon
the wrong boat! At least, such was the ex.
pressed opinion of the parson, as he threat-
ened to go down stairs and take another
drink. Our captain was a noble fellow-h(
paced the deck quietly, with a constant
eye to windward, but he said nothing. A
bevy of the mourners stepped up to him
with-
What speed, Cap'n ?'V
Fair, gentlemen; I may say ver y fair,'
A smart craft, that, behind,' venture
one.


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


LUMBER INSPECTOR.-Having been ap-.
pointed Inspector of Lumber for the County
of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services
to the public in that capacity, and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said appointment.
April 19, 1846. BENJ. LUCAS.


Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fa.
t0- Also, Agents for the" Cotnansurance Co."
,the Protection Insurance Co.' and the' Hatt-
ford Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.
Ls, Fred. E. Dugas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION'
MERCHANT,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Dec 6, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Harper & Hollnes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
.gents for the
SUN'MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of New York.,
No. 51 Water street,
Nov 1,1845. Apalachicola, F.


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


Wm. H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.
wV. H.. Kimbrough & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
Q Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. 1,1845.


Wasliington County.
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
WILL be sold on the second Monday in Sep-
tember next, (14th) at the Court-house
door, at Roache's Bluff, in Washington county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following pro-
perty, to wit:
Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lying
in Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of
the estate of Jacob A. Blackwell, and to be sold
for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of
- Blackstone, and to be sold for the taxes
for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes'
Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to
be sold for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing in Holmes" Valley, levied on as the property
of Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for
the year 1845.
JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff,
and ex-officio State Tax Collector.
March 28, 1846. 13.6m


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; ShipChandlery, &c.
Oct. 25, 1845. APALACHICOLA, Fa
WII.IAM DICKEY. J. W. HAMMOND.
Dickey & IIammoud,
SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS,
S2 Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa.
October 18, 1845 42tf


Edward 1McCully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
No. 9 Colmbus Block,


A HORSE CHAUNTER.-A loafer being
brought up before one of the London
Courts, the Judge demanded,-
'What is your trade?'
'A horse chaunter, my lord!'
'A what? a horse chaunter, why what's
that?'
Vy, my lord, aint you up to that ere
trade?'
I require you to explain yourself.'
Vel, my lord,' said he, 1 goes round
among the livery stables, they all on 'em
knows me, and when I sees a gem'man bar-
gaining for an orse, I just steps up like a tee-
total stranger, and sez I, vel that's a rare'un
I'll be bound, he's got the beautifulest 'ead
and neck 1 ever seed, ses, I, only look at iz
open nostrils, he's got vind like a no-go-mo-
tive, I'll be bound, he'll travel a hundred
miles a day and never vunce think on't;
them's the kind of legs vot never fails.
Vel, this tickles the gem'man, and he sez to
himselff that ere 'onest countryman's a rale
-judge of a 'orse, so please you my lord' he
buys 'im and trots off. I then goes up to
the man vat keeps the stable, and I axes'em
vel vat are you goirg to stand for that 'ere
chaunt, and he gives me half a sovereign;
vel, that's vat I call 'orse chaunt. my lord,
there's rale little 'arm in't-there's a good
many sorts on us, some chaunts canals, and
some chaunts railroads.
The following patriotic sentiment was
lately given in New York :
The ships of our navy,
The ladies of our land ;
May the former be full rigg'd,
And the latter be well man'd.
The N. O. Picayune says that -in some
parts of Texas, the absolute necessaries of
life, are whiskey and tobacco-bread and
meat are mere secondary considerations.
"I'm lost in grief," as the fly said when
he was drowned in a tear.
Life's cares are comforts, and he that has
none must be wretched.


Apalachicola, Fa.


Nov 29


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


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


GIBSON & 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


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


H. R. WooD.


P. W. CULLEN.







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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, JUKE 13, l645.
( "j- Th folluwming ge-lleinen are audwhirzcd
A-ents for th.' COMMI.IKCIA. ADVE'rTsI.[:, and will
receive md receipt fur ubscriitiru-. or adverti-se-
ineuilb:-
MK.'snS-. MAsN & TE;TTLE, 38 William Street,
New Norli.
DAVID HtRAVO, Esq, New Orleans.
NvM. WV. CtlvVEii, Esq., Albany, Ca.
JAMo.l If. W IL..o.N, K.-q Fori <;iinres, Ga.
.ltjer J. ACKI 1JAiD-1AN, Lut'dula, Ala.


/


FOREIGN PERIODICALS.-Messrs. LEOt-
AltD, SCOTT & Co., 112 Fulton street, New-
York, are republishing all of file most po-
pular Forcien Periodicals-The London
Quarterly. The Edinburgh, The Foreign
Quarterly. and The Westminster Reviews#
mnd Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.
The reputation of these periodicals as true
epitomes of English P*lilics and Literatiute.
has Iona since been w,'ll established, and any
attempt from ns to enhance them in the
estimation of the public. -it this late day,
would he su,-erfliiotis and iille. The Feb-
ruary No. of, the Foreign Quarterly Review
is before us. and we find it to be one of
much interest. The contents are :-
1. Abeltrd.
2. The Countess Hahn-Hahn's Novels.
3. Indian Railways and the Indian Press.
4. Monkish Legends and Mhacles.
5. Leigh Hunt on the Italian Poets.
6. The late King of Prussia.
7. Niebuhr and Dahlmann on the French
Revolution.
8. Mozart.
9. Adalbert von Chammisso.
10. Europe since the Accession of Louis
Phil;ppe.
11. Pictures of the English by the French.
1-2. Political Prospects of our Emtpire in
the East.
We would respectfully call the attention
of our leaders to file advertisement of
Messrs. Leonard, Scott & Co., in another,
column. The reduced price ;it which these
periodicals aire published in this country,
from tihat of tlhe cost of the oripainal pnb-
lications, cannot fail, we should suppose, to
secure. for them a large circulation--and
when we tike into consideration that by
their republication in this country, active
emplovynl-rt is given to a vast number Of'
our own people, it shonlil induce a hnnd-!
some enconragement to be extended to the
enterprising genllemnen who haVe under-
taken their repullcation amongst us.
CONTENT: OF SOUTHERN LITERARY
MESSENGEd" FOR. JUNE.
oRIGINAL PROSE.
1. The Civil Warfare in the Caroinas\
and Georgia. during the Rerolhtion.
2. Contributions to the History of Vir-
ginia. .'
3. Spring Memories among the Moun-
tains.
4. Poetry and Religion. No. 11.
5. The Right of Suffrage to Subseqnent
Immigrants.
6. The Wiqdow and her Son.
7. The Butterfly and the Flower.
S. The Conquest of Peru.
9. Notices of New Korks.
ORI1NAL POETRT.
10. Stories of the Frontier. No. L
11. Sonnets. To a Winter Violet.
12. Blighted Love. A Sketch.
13. A Night Piece.
14. Eawly Death.
15. Night on the 31iss;ssippi.
16. Virginia Superstition.
fGf" The Albany (Ga.) Courier of Sat-
urday last says :-An affray took place in
oir city on Thursday last. hetween Mr. J.
W. W:ide ind a mnn by the n-ame of Ja-
robs, in which the 1itler received flit- con-
tents of a pistol, three I)all; taking effect,
one entering about the region of the Iver,
te others en-erin., te ahIlomen. He re-
ceived sever;ll others, hut wiliout mnch
damage, It isg tholight thai he may recover.
The following; story in ilhe Union--says
the Charleston M1ercury-dieserves. for its
ri,'h and n;mive (.onedy, to lhe placed've.ry
near ilhe anneont of -"d(en. Taylor's flillht."
which we copied the other day from the
Mexican p;iper-the same whichi asserted
thait the. Mexicon Gen, r'-ds shed tears when
Ihey found Ihe river so h''gh thle);couhld not
cross it to wreaik their 'vail'ot paltriotisim on
the eowairdly invader, under his own en-
trenelhrents.
KENTUCKY VOI.UNTEERS.-Wh'Vien it wag
lpro,.laimed tlhat tihe government had! called
on Kentnckv for' troops to, prosecute theo
wafr a;iginst Mexico, such was tihe zeal dis-
played, that two captain's who ha'l succeeded
in raising llheir companies, started to .the
capital t0 report themselves to the. governor


as ready to march ; one of them on arriving
at Lexinston, was apprised that lie was pre-
ceded by the other, who had only left a few
minutes, and immediately drove post haste
to he in flrst ; the oilier learning the ob.ject.
increased his speed, and both continued the
race until one unfortunately broke his bug--
gy. and left an apparently easy contest to
his rivwl. bit, nothing discouraged, he un-
geared his horse and mounted without sa-l.
dle.l and by taking a near cut heat hia nnia-
Yonist lit the executive chamber, ilht was
informed that the number requiredhadilR|-
-ready been accepted; in the mean, time".
other raitle up, when both crest fallen and
disappointed, inquired if they would not
have preference it) a war with England;
such is the spirit that pervades our country.

BATTLES WITH THE: M]EXICA!IS--rsTEX .A!'
VICTORIEs.-The following brief outline of
lhe principal hattles between the Texian
and Mexican forces during the war'of inde-
pendence, will not be uninteresting :
In 1835. ait the battles of Conception and
th" Grass Fight. laree odds, probably three
to one. were driven from the field by the
Tcxtins; and at S.,n Antonio. same year,
three hundred raw Texian militia rapturedt
Geileral Cross aud eleven hundred Mexican
solierp.,
In 183.6. at Alamo, -180 held nut 13 dlays
au-'linst Santa Anna and 8006 mer, fightirg
.t last until every Texian fell dead, killirg
910 of the enemy ; 400 at Colletta beat oT
1000 under Urrea, but next day were feach.


sess, besides compelling them to pay the to about $100,000, and that favorable settle-
expenses ofr their own subjugation, tents either have been, or about tol be.
Such is the peace that ha;s been restored mnade with two large debtors ef the B(ank.
in flit P!Pt,julb. "The coiqet oif tile Tlie Directors are using every exertion to
Punjmub" night belter indicate ie charap'- arrange its affairs to the best advalwita e. and
ler of the event. A nearer aiproach to tlie they are of opiinionl that rino very serious loss
trMe conldifion of A';Mirs would lie 2alh"rel will accrue to the hi~l l hh, rs. A fHll ex-
from an afnouincemeif t that -" the PunjaulP" pose of the conditiou of the Bank will sp*-ed-
had been overrun, robbed and ri( u iffd 1 o1 ily be given, and a SUspension of public
albject and hopeless va-salage--ihai iit l is opiuiin is solicited Ior ai very short litle.
been made an appendare of a comiiierciail [Macon iMessenger.
concer.i, w hik h regular wl s its exercise of T E A M J ---
sove-reign power upon a calculation 0! the TIIE LATE MAJORlRfGGOLD
degree of extortion which will yield ihe ByI tlie altenlion. of ;i friend, we a;r, abhe
WHIM amount of revenue. ,,The plece tn presenCli'e reader with a brief and [il-
ollthe lilipiiub" is that whici ihe Tihniu eucllin-bih d skich {of he p;lieifialga- ;lndl
niiakes witi the victim lie has siriihled., career olr the late Major Rinaholi. whose
['W O icu nne. fal1 imlnils lh oa ;illni and in dri- d i-e'l n ,f
file Slh of' Ma .\ o ilifile filid of P.lo Alto,
TI_'E UNITED STATES AN'D GREAT BfI-i has ihrown ibli e hue and P.ol (if nehinvhlilv
1AIN I even ;amunhidti ilie nhai'iOls a tlit-vemuiniisl ;Jild
TFh- followit,g 31Mrssage was on Thnins(Iay splndid virlory of tlial ocasaio. HI, Iis 11A.
transminied by lhe President of fihe United soi sM.i. ilis time so billiinilt, has a;ia;ik"Piied
Slatesi to both Houses of Congress: a liv,,ly interest i11 ;ill that relals 'to hiul,
W ASHINGTON, ?1ia ,' 28, 1846. espe alW HY in n lhis co*y, where it is n;ow ari-i
SI t hal t l) t h' wais kriowu only ltoI h lovedl, al;td
To the Senate of the United Slates: where lis nenorY will .:lliitine to be .ffe<-
I transmate copy of a note, under dale tionate!y revered. Thle present skelch is
1he 26hh ins!:rt, from the Envoy Exir:ior- fiom ;i anntlhelii- source and in every res-
dinary andl Minister Plenipoteniiary of her pect enliiled to enilire connid,.nre, and we
Brifannic Majesty to tile Secretary of Stale, accordingly adopt it in preference to one
communicating a despatch, under date the generally corresponding tihrewilh, which
401 instant, received hy him fr-on lher Ms- hald been selected from another channel.
jesty's Principal Secretary of Slate for For- The deceased was thin eldest son of the
eign Aff, irs. hic Gen. Samuel Ringol,. of \VWashing-
From these it will be seen that the chlims ton co., Md. His molher was a daungihter
of the two Governmients i ln each other of General John Canlwalader, of Philadlel-
Cbr a reining ofdulies which had been levied pthi'a-;a dislintuisLhi'd cilizeni in Ile days of
in violaiiion oftli commercial conption of' ihe Revolntion. t,'0 emi-nrd lhieariyv as
18 15, live been fi u: lly ;ind sa tisrai.f .i'o ily L ieuten;n t of A rlil! erv in Ju ly 1 1 8, hai .
adjusted. In milking illis coniiuii;ition. ina eraidualed at WAs Point witlh niclch
I deein it proper to express isiy siati';l('lion honor--eing one of lhe five whole n,inals
at ihe [)ro i|i ma illaner in which thle British were recorded as tlie iiiosl di>iin 'iihe Governime'nt has acc-deil It) tle s4gues'i ] claiss. H' was at once selected hbv Gene-
ofIthe Sccretmry of Stale for a speedy ter- r;Il Svotl ;as one of liis ahi,.i, tii'l srrvi. in
minlatiou of this affair. tlhait .ipcily for sevr;al y Nirs; and ev'er en)
JAMES K. POLK. .,yjoed in ;t very eliientl de ree. the roifi-
-- (-'ce anild friendship of h.lat dii-lin-li.-hied
WASHINGTON, MTy 2a 1S46. solihlier. Ienumthedisltirhicncs in Soudh
SIR: ,Viili reft.reinic to whi:it has passed Cairolin;i. ihe demeagsedl was lihere on dmy,
upon the suidje:t oft the initilual seitlemeni mawl he his irequenlly ex|)rpmssedMilis NiOarl-
of claims oi ;l colint of alleged infractions felt gri.iilication aitn i!ie |iit aceful lerniinalion
of Gr(at Brialiin andl tie Unile.,l Staile- re- of tile unhappy difficulties between ;a por-
speenively, oflhie comierc"Pil convpwion ofr i6n olf 1,h ga;il];int people of that Sta'e ;i-d
115. aud more pariicu!,irly tI ihe note iihe General Governoreut. When tlhe In-
which I lh:i tile honor ht r ceive f'rohii %oi" ilian w'ar o.ccirrvil in lhlri!a llhe d,'veiasd,
on illis silsieci oi llion; 'h p l or the iwrsent dihen ;i a al~iain of Aryiirv. was Ohere (in
nionilh, I hive now lth honor to ePA. s, io illv, aciivelv emplo)Vyd 1it vlniiots si -rvices,
You ;i copy of'af ;i es t);ifli %hicll I have ie- until tlie walsling pfrecs of lhle clinic te h:Id
c6 ivd Iv iiro i m her .Mai -s, 's l'rincili;il Secre- so iitiiiaireld lis !II;i lli ltitih lie ;w s priil ra-
Ifa-y of Stale for For,'i';n \f'.iir<,, front wl icrlh led lby ili.ease.- For --" irietilrioins ,Serviies"
you will see. sirn tliI her 31jeqy'"s (o.- in ih,iat c(amnl;iign. he was rewarde'l hv the
vprlmlnent hiave not lihsitarae, it) edle rirnk of' Irivi-t Maijor. tie was af'ivrWirdvr
to flie wislies o Ill(e Unit"'(] Slt~es Go- selprclfie hy tile 3Major General ( Coiimiaind-
v-rtimnen!, ;,is ('inin'iki(ialed in one of our in in (Ciief*. to or;a;iniz, a coips of flyin;
inorp recent conver'alions uipon lhis nibi(- ;irlillerv. and he [)aidl evt,ry possible atten-
ter. by givin,,Y dirolciins (for ihe p'niit-iin n li ho i e inslrun tion anId discipline of ihis
of liht- several c.hiimn on acronnt oofthe dn- ;arm1 of lhe s'-rvice. How fAiiihfnlly he rx-
li land frontlllit- United SSlates. fi1l |l ortO-iiruinces ofIllhis admirable corps at
Sliive fie lieonor tob le, sirn Fort Mc.lenry and olhpr iplaces-;>nd on
Your most ohediein sfre;lnr, the field (f Pale Ato--\llys attest.
R. PAKENI1AM. Hie never recovered fromif ile effects of
The HWn. AmusE BUCUANA.N, &W. his expsure, during tlhe Florida campaign;
;and when ordlered from Fort 1e[Henry to
[Enchlouro.] join tie arrny in Texas, dhe ex|)erienced
FOREIUN OFOICE. :My 4. 846. slr'enn ;i Ihis spo s S'rongl,"'iusisled upon
SIp : On receiptdt lil'!iiir (e-|;lch of 1 lhe his physical iuahilily to go throun h wilh
260h of F brilar;ir-v la.t. r'repc(iiiin llhe pro- ihe riiinpaiip lii. But lie strengthened himn-
posed initilll sa-ilhiif-it ef claiims on aci- sel. for duly; anda ;is A.ir as known hl Pre,
coUnt or" ;a!l ed infrctions. on ihe p;irn he w;ias nivrr. I'Or a"i honor. unifitfr service,
llii t" (ireaiM ai'iiln anmid lIhe Uniie l Slia es, since he- Olff ile Fori. H e fell in the firc,!
oftlhellllico' uerri;il 'convention of 1815, be- h:ile or the 801h isi;inth, Ieh saimie bhall kill-
injg ;nx'ifrs to ive to )t(e Governmnt-1 of iio the homse under hilm nd woundilng hhinl
thit UnitedI Slates .a proof'of Oulr sinc-ere (de- niorl-Allv.
sire ti ineet liieii wishes. I rpeonilmnded Tlhe "depafc ed wis in accomnplished gen-
io in, Lor~ls Comiminissi!)iiers orf her ;l;,jps- ileiuin : hnlpived hy lhis fri'iuls and iruly re-
tV's Tre"lasury to adil0 tlhe sn f=2psionm iIdl$ s'le tnepd by hall who knew him. He wn;is Ide
Ito Vyo lly ihe Uniled S-.ilcs' S- State. and to clirv il once into efrete t hlaiil |rejialte ihp re- ponsihililihis of an oifnfic' r
part of ilhe ;irr;iI',-eint") I willli voncernis in coii it ni. tie ri ildly enl'C-ceid disci-
(G i-eat Br'iliain, and which relltes to die line, alt al limes an l in ;il ll ings ; an l .yvt.
ro sl I have now lhe S'liSr'ictinn tn asqntuit res))eclt, lhe confidlence, and ;aft''r<-lionale re-
you lhil I have receive. I an loer from the p and of ill his officers and iien, tIhan tlie
T re;iasurv. s!;nin: lliai t their lordlhl[)< h.,ve e;i||e;it soldier of whomi ihis brief sketch is
arq'iiesc.e(I iun h# ll ie nh ve r~efo~in -iii'nl~ilioni, (._ivrl.
and ihlt ltr-v will rove dii'rl-ciorns flor ilie Th'e, depceased, in a) lplter tn his immnedi-
p~i\ ninlil of' Ihe S|)Pe '! i! vlaiiuiarn!s onr ;i'(;onnl ;a(e friendly, wrhien jin-t as lihe ;riiiy wais
of llh diities levil1! f) r,)i)!!ri rii'- iinpurteI :ih~lili to ni.lr(h f'rtnir (';aiilp ls~iitb l, (luln
in'ceh, ed iinlill :ifler thie
In coiiniuinicaiin2 thi~s dc-cision io tihe s,il iniiellis,'n A ii')i(- air l ,Sfcrt'-tl'V of l' -iiP,.vyou willsi;liP i le tl ( r ine rtlhahliiliv of" ;i serliooi rvnron)lnler
ili~l);U h r M-,j,,stv's (Goviprnlineli liaive ;idopl- with lihe eleii- V i ;tind expre~ssed suie i onni
led i( ini f''lll ieli:int PIif tp n thlip enIiuiiif's of denn e iu lihe triiimplh olf oulr liht alle rinV.
ihe U'niteit S';its (Gi~vpr'iuiill to s ,iisfv the ]5ntr wilih ihral'il ;rfi-i't"c floones. lhe il~so aid-
coinielrv;iili~ir (claiins advanr~eI Ihv hr'r M;a verivd l10ti l-e alp |)roh,.ilili~v of" lhis own
JF- Vl's (-iveirlitiiu-ni f r rr-siit~in'm of" th ( le f i ni l);iltl : a ,n(|, in anli(cip;ilion ill ilinit
Px'ess of illmirs hevied in Thie Uuiledl Sral '.! pent. lie' liia>le ;i liri-f will, which wais ein-
011 c,,rliain B~rili.h "n~od%; Klhi')p.d pri )ir tn clolsedl Ii lhai l icl'r. His l);Ittioilic voirds
ihie lsi of 4eltpemher. 1842. sol ,iii) as iliose (i, ih-. Ifririniy officer whio ('a;iei to lhis as-
r!;iiin shaill have bwn ))rod'ueedl ;anl inves- sisilan<- ouhinhl iio to hie fori-oileii-'Donl't
ligafed. 1 ;lni, ("<. stav wilh nliu: you hi~ive work lu d]o--"o
ABIERDEEN'. aihe:,,l."
Tha Ri2.ht lion. R)ICHARD PAKE.NHAiMt. Sn.lh was tlhp iile Mi')or Rin,..oldl; anIl
T !-T E C O M E 'C11 I? \ T B A N K .' m an y s uc hi hr av e ain d la i tll- n i ii l,,n u~ i tk e o u r
T i is a h 'e ,. t~y k n o w n f air a n d w i.'e 1, !h at tllis a r m' y s ut lll1 a s it is a n1 h li n l'" l' e h o sT.
P~rn k h ais siOli)i ed iuav nm el. ()n M1ond~iv [B ulti nore Sun.


[From the Floridian.]
*^' THEORY OF THE TIDES.
Mr. Editor: On Tuesday evening last, I
wn!B presenti at the Methodist Chure.h-of iis.
place, and hiaild Ihe hIcvuic of N1 r. VWATTS
1pon tlhe Irne philosophical cause of the
six hour flux and (tfliix of ill,' ocean. Tille


-prevailing theory on this subject, to wit;
that these mo!inisii-, of the yrea!t deep are
produced by llhe aittractive influence of thle
Moon, was stronigfly controverted by tlhe
lecturer, and tlie theory advanced that this
gre't phenomenon of nature is properly re-
ferable ld the diurnal motion of lhle earth
*from east to West. It was argued, wilh
*nluch force anJ perspicuity, that the rapid
motion of the earth on its axis, from west
to east, would necessarily produce an appa-
rent current of the ocean in an opposite di-
rection--.,he fluiI portion of the globe ino
vig'lg'es rapidly towards the eas; than ll-e
sBlid portion, thus heaping up lt(|e waters
O i the west side of the ,great ocear,,, seas
._:and gulphs, by this resi.tanice of tlue waters
to thii rapid eastward motion of the globe.
The flow tide on the eastern shore of conti-
vents was plainly accounted for. The flow
of the waters in an opposite direction, was
accounted for by Mr. Watts in a manner
equally'satisfactory, namely, by the princi-
ile of gravitation, by which the water ihus
heaped up on the eastern side of continents
andt the western edge of oceans, &c., would
necessarily flow back to find its natural level,
that is, to resume its original spherical form
on the surface of the globe. Mr. Waits
staled that he had invented a machine which
perfectly illustrated this theory on infchan-
ical principles. I regret that it was not in
his power to exhibit this ingenious machine
to his audience, as he stated he has done of)
several other occasions.
Mr. Watts meuiioned various authors
who have advanced and maintained the
theory of the Moon's influence in this re-
spect, from Pliny down to the great Sir
Isaac Newton, and from him down to the
, present lime. He did not, however, cite
any authority for the theory advanced Iby
himself, but entirely relied upon hiis ow;n
arguments and illustrations, which I admit
were very cogent and satisfactory. M r. W.
seems never to have read the tract of the
great philosopher, Sir Francis Bacon, on
this subject, which he ini,,it have quoted
in strong corroboration and support of his
views. The tract to which I refer was pub
lished in Lilin some two hundred and thir.
ty years ago, beforethe great astronomical
discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton, and before
that great man had written or advanced any
theory ofthe tides. B:icon's tract hlis since
been translated into English, and in that
language appears in file third volume of
MAIontague's edition of thle works of tihat il-
Justrions philosopher, commencing at poge
523. Allow me to extract a few passages
from Bacon on this subject, in which Mr.
Watts' theory is very clearly se forth, not-
withstanding (he true nature of the diurnal
motion of fhe earih was not then fully un-
derstood. The two first sentences of Lord
Bacon's essay on the ebb a Pd PLOW of it0e
.sea," are as follows:
> The investigation of the causes of tlhe
ebb and flow of the sea, attemptedbt by the
ancients, and then neglected, resumed bv
the moderns, but rather fri(tered away ithan
vigorously agitated, in a variety of opinions.
is generally, with/ a hasty anticipation, di-
rected to the Mloon, because of certain cor-
respondence between that motion atsd the
notion ofthat orb. But to a careful inqui-
rer, certain traces of the truth are apparent,
which may lead t<) sureir conclusions."
The author, after speaking of dhe car-
,rents of the ocean, and various eccentric
titles. waives their investigation, and adds :
It is the second, the great six-hours, or
diurnatl motion, which we propose for lite
present as tie principal subject and aini of
our discourse, treating of the others only
incidentally, and so far as thwy contribute to
After contending, and, as I think, very
clearly proving, that tdie ebb and flow of the
six-hour tide is a motion of progression, andl
not of elevation and depression ; and afier
explaining why the waters ebbl and floW oin
the opposite shlore$ of Europe and Fhlr'ida
at the same liine, by reason of dIhe gr'eai
molion of" the Ailaninic f''rom west lo earl.
from'-wider to hiai'ower pr-i'-ta, necessarily
forcing the waters to flow to ea,'h !bank or
shore at the same tithe, &c., Baicou p~ro-
ceedls :
"Therefore, leaving ihe moon, IPt ns in-
.quire eoncern'ing other correspondences;
aud from all dire motioins olf the Heawvenly
bo lies. it is ceirtairi tih!t lih" (iin'nal I~ointin
is the shortest, and is acceompllished in dhe
least period ofl' iie, that is, in lhe space
of lweiity-fouri hours, It; is lherefo~re in
harmony with this, thait the inoliOli of which
we inquire, Which is yet lthree times shorter
than dihe diurnal Ohie, should b~e ref, rredt
immediately to lhat motion -which is ilhe
shortest of the Heavenly ones," &c., &c.
"* Wherefore, this belief sinks deep into oar
mini.d, and looks, as it were ain oracular


truth, that this emotion is of the same kind
with tlie diurnal motion," &c. Vol. 3, p.
525-6.
Batcon. on page 528. illustrates this opin-
ion as follows:
"The third inquiry remains. Whence
and how ariseth that reciprocal action of
the tides, once in six hours, which conin-
cides with a quarter of til diurnal motion,
with that difference to which we have ad-
verted? To understand this, let ussuppose
the whole globe was covered with water, as
in the general deluge, we conceive the wa-
ters as forming a complete ard unbroken
globe, would always roll in a progression
f or east to west each day to a certain ex-
tenl ; not certainly a great space, on account
of the remission and deliberation of thai
motion as it approaches the earth, seeing
the waters were no where obstructed oil
confined. Let us suppose again that the
whole land was an island, and that it ex-
tended longitudinally between south and
north, which conformation and position music
restirain and obstirnct Ohe notion from east
.to west, we think thai the waters would keep
on in their direct and natural course for a,
time, but reverberated by the shores of that
island, would roll back i- equal intervals :
thai there would be, therefore, only one iii
flux of (lie sea a day, and in like ianaier
only one reflux, and that to each of these
about -twelve hours would be apportioned
And let 19 um w. supDose what is true an.
Ina:tteroffact, that the land is divid.l,I iilc:
two islands, those, namely, of the old and
*sew world; .r Australia, by its po.-'iu,


does not much alter the effect; ai neither
does Gr'eenland nor Nova Zembha-and that
these two islands extend through nearly
thre'- zones of the world, between which
two oceans, tie Atlantic and Sonu'heril,
flow, and ihes-. n-)%%herte finid a thorounhlare
except towards the poles we think it ne-
cess;-riy folloavs. that these two raam!)arts
impart and coinin'liicame tile chairactehr or
double reaction oflthle entire mass of waters.
Whence arises, that motion it llhe quarter
of ai day-so ilhit llie waters heing cooped
in on broth sdes, the eibb and flow otf the
Sea woUnd become viable twice a day, since
there is a double advance and also a double
recoil." &c.
Thisi idea of advance and recoil seems
identical wi:h Mr. Watts' resislarce, (or
'mmobility) of the water to thle easiernniio-
tion of the earth in its diurnal 111o010io upon
its axis, and his giravitation, calii-il dhe
w iter thns adtz#vancede lipoIn Ilih western -dze
of oceans, to seek its levrI (hy recoil) or to
resiire its spherical formioi)il fie stiface of
tlie glbe. !i Ih s'ch hiih authority to
sustain him, Mr. Watts' views cannot pro-
perly he hastily rejected as novel and vision-
ary. His views and those of Lord Bacon
do exactly agree upon this and other points
ebraieed in his lecture, which, however,
were only offered in illustration. As Mr.
Watts did not mention Lord Bacon as
among the philosophers who have investiga-
ted Ithis subject, I presume lie wns not aware
of the essay front which I have quoted, and
that the opinion of each is original, although
identical, and tihe one advanced so long be-
fore tlhe other. 'Mr. Watts seems to pos-
sess all acute intellect, and a very observing
;nd philosophical furn of mind. If lie hlas
not, as I suppose, lie would do well io make
himself finmiliar with Lord Bacon's pliiho-
Sophic'al works, which would doubtless aid
him in his future enquiries, upon ihe only
true principle of philosophising, timely, by
close and rigid induction. L.
THE REMEMIBRANCE OF THOSE WE
LOVE.
It has heen trilv said that "every heart
lrith its own bitcrness," and while it is
troe that Religion is a source of comfort
and consolation aimid all the sorrow and nf-
fliction of life, yet it i.s n'itliril to love aiid
to seek somrie one around whom ourt affec-
iion- c an entwine, arid Io whomil we Inaiv
become aliached by imahy dear and- tviider
ties. We nmy be sirrouudeilhd l in;iy kind
and affectionate relatives, and find them
everrea'ly to s 'mp)iihizPi and comfort lis,
vet tihe heart is formed for frieidmhip, ; id
cannot be happy except by lihe retebrance
of those we love.
There arnt moments and holirs ill the his-
tory of every one wheu flhe spirits bec.oime
depressed ; vli-n hope seems ito give way
toI dpspoiideicy, anld all aniticipated plea
sures sent to lihive firs'iken uts. W e iav
strive -again s sich fieliugs, and try to re
call our cheerfulness, hiat all in vain! IlHow
sweet telnPi is Ihe remnembrance o(f those we
love, aud to refl-'ct ilhit ihere ik il least one.
thoqlih nuneonnecled within us by relation-
ship. yet who-h love is pm-e, sfroi anild ar-
(left-, and it.whotie heart aud tholights we
have a i'.
It is not an unconimnn oreurrence to
hcive laid upon us the hand ofaffriviion -
Often sickness ap|>oti'oh-s, and we lav weak
and helpless, racked with pain or s(corched
wiih fever. Sometimes tile cares aid anx-
ieties of insiness oppress and perplex us ;
at other times, relatives may prove unkind.
or those on whom we lriisled, prove halse
;nd treacherous. We f lhei-e were rialuht worlih living fr, an.!, are
ready to "ly :iway and lie at resi ;" yet at
the remembrance f those we love. hlipe again
appears, and we are prelpared lo meet new
difficiliies, and overlTcome all obstacles for
their sakes, and though siifferihl- ffnom sick-
neso, yet for tieni we would live, aud wil-
lingly suffer.
Smile here are, who seek dhe applause
ahd s 'ile ol'f manlly, and colirt the com1ii pa-
nio~ship of tlhe crowd. till far pref lrabli is
ii lo s~eliie ihe affections of dlie riine, sinl
cc:ei' ;m( good, and yolu \\ii always dh'rive
p)laisuire anld c >lnfit !'"oi l .lii e rRunnnbranlce
of Chose, we love.--[ 'h'l. ,Sut. Courier.
PEACE RESTORED IN THIE PuNJAUBi-
This is ihesiinliel aniinolnce cnfil inl th,, Bri-
tish p rilt'rs which priecedes lIhf iiews frolni
Indlia. Il iv t h la- ov~rlaaid i>),iil. '" Peace
isresTor,,d in dihe Puinja'ib!" D~id thiis in<-
ilesi captioln signiiiy ;i state ofe quiei in dlie
srn'le in which (ClirislPiet("io'i, rec.(oaniiK's a
cessation of war b)!'ween tnflligcreliT Stales.
it.miniht awaken ,' feeling ofllladnu-ss. Buti
dhe word. *t p a,e" iu Ihis eoifiiet'tion, has;
all al<'fil mneaninT. It sizgnifif-s dIvsohlaio"!.
IIt eachrs ns dih~t aniolir !,iprop! lhas btenl
w;isleI lhy file andl sw-or, ; thail ariolir ein-
|)ire lhas been swept by ilhe besom ofl dot sruic-
lion.
WVhen Warreni []aslines, arid heforie ]lini
Lord Cline, ovvrrl-li dhe (J'irnalie, dest'roy-
iiig every ve'slige of" hliman iniprovemient
npoin that broad and fertile land, whilst yet


the ruins of towns and hamlels and walled
cities were smnoking over their massacred
inhabitants, the British press announced
tlhat Peace was restored in India." Peace
then meant that there was not a man left of
lhat once numerous and happy people ca-
pable of making a resistance to the inarch
of the destroyer-that the angel of death
brooded alone and in silence. over populous
districts reduced to solitudes.
These solilndes never again exhibited
signs of hmnan habitation and cnliure till
England had absorbed Ilieum. Under the
tyranny of foreign bayonets the d'eseendantls
of Ihe ancient proprietors till the soil that
belongs to then by inheriiance. They
breathe by the snffer;ince (it' the vive-gerent
of* a regency a, f-ir removed as tho diameter
of the earli. Thevr bend benieathi an invisi-
ble sceptre-they i'6el its uMight but not its
protection. They have been ma nde to taste
of what lhas been eloquently said to be the


Cy Our next paPer will le Publislied on
Tuesday afi|'r Satuirdl;iy next. The change
, In Ille day of publica ion is necessary in or-
der fo inei llie Seilnimmer Mail A.rrangement.
From fie 15th of tihe present iionlli we are
to 1) ive a mai! once a we1 '. A most grali-
Gyin- ril-m clioin. particularly in tile present
stale of inr affiaiirs witih Mexico, when every
otne feels the detpest interest in ilhe move-
ments of our Army on the Rio Granle.
But our citizens have made a grand mistake,
we suppose, in fltinking that they are entitled
to a semi-week iy mail in summer. So -"-the
Department" has decided, at all events,
and the old arran,_,emaent is f.istened upon
us. Verilv, the citizens of those flminish-
inu villages, "1Pot Leg," Pan iHandle"
and Pindertown."-in Georgia.-should
fteel grateful 'for the semi :id tri weekly
tw;iii's afforded ihem. Villh'2es containing
a shi~re-house, a grog-sholp, a llelismith-
shop. a dill! a a .po.I-olTic-, are eniildi to beliter
im,6mi f ihii n ai cy exp ,in_ o150.000
bales coill.n. and importinl- 82.3,000 Of du-
tiable imporis-(f course.
THE SEASO.N.-All external things com-
bine to convince us tha- Sliinpr'.s come"
in earnest. Tile small amount of -hippina
in port-tihe absence of sTeamholi(s at the
whamrf--he scarcityy of colion-the niem-
ploy)ed draymentIl tie seen indll(e shado, qiii-
efty wailint for ;i joib--and ai fiihiil lhe nn-
liglited cmi.wilino roomns, all give inhdication
hat tie -li.sihess season" is over. Th'e
recently fiepnrted vessels have all carried
aiwaiy nm ri nr 1-ss of o!ir itifierai!t popula.i
tion h 'i V ,,'.u !eft v,.s!,fd.,v miior!.in!. foir
('ollimn!l s, t;' i'"iT2 of!," (1'1i". :i m illiber. and
lh''rs air. oiiy v.,;ii 'in Tlo crif llte ;;:nd \viin|
up) t ', e.,tf :1. 1'i.1! lli'y will hl :n't ;lle ;.tilso-
Itaving die ciiy in) 1Fossessin of i:s iuht bi-
tants proper. Whi le ihe winter citizens"
are ;it he Norih, "figui-in round," the
Ssnnmmer boys,", who stand by old Apa-
lachi Ihroulih good and through evil re-
port, will still he "1on hatid"- to guard and
protect lier in these belligerent times. And
we can tell some of' those winter bird,"
who were- s anxious it) fly off, when they
heard of fie req;isiiion midile upon ihe
Governor of Florida, for fear of hein., dra.t-
cd, that if' Mexico should send a fleet ronnd
here to take n.', and we should filhl like
Croghan's little band ;it Sandtus'y--as we
"'iuld, headed by die brave and gallant
C;ipliiii o" lilt: AI.alailhieio Guards,"--and
should save ihel city, yllhy nieedn't trouble
themselves to rrtturn here next winter.
W41 could get along very well without
t h1 e n1).
V' We, inaudveitenily omi;ted to notice
I;)a! week. dhe tdectiou lield iul ihis city nil
Wednesday, 3d inst., for 3] ililia officers of
the 1st, 2dl and 3d Bleats. So inporalanil ;i
nialter just ai ilhis liine. when die iil iiia of
The whole country is aniiiig ant eqililing.
shmlild not pass unnoticed-alld dtie only
apology we i(;in possibly male ("or tbis deri-
li niiin of' oiir duly as journalists is. ilhait ofi-
aileiiioul was so Coieipleiely drawn lo ile
accounts of ille gallani exploits of our army
oil tlie Rio Grafiiide, and ihe irious military
movVIments ahioid, ihlal we entirely foruol
ou.r own little Home Squad.
Theli lecii ii l'e1I ullid as follows:-
Beat IY. 1.--.loH II. HULL, Captain;
ElJwVARD 3lc; ULLY, Isi Lieutenant; A. L.
C1t.E -: S, 2d Lienienant.
Bcat No." 2.--EUGENE \W. RFoGEK.S, Cap-
lain ; .\loSES Si.\quEFIELD, 1,'i Lieuienant ;
IB. S. [IAwLi'.v. 21I Lteutenant.
Beat j'o. 3.- Hr:prtY B. KIMBRaouGH,
Capliain ; iBEJAMIN: LUCAS. 1st Lieuteui-
anlt; R., E. [RAIMO)ND. 2dl Lieui'eniant.
Should these o(H(;crs ever be called into
service, with Iheir respective conmpaties,
oar word for it dihy will give as good ain ac-
count of thiemsclv,,s ais any in the country.
dySince our last, we have had touch
rain. Front Sunday evening until We(d-
nesday night rain fell almost incessantly.
Oil Thursday morning the skits were again
clear, and since thiat time we have mild and
pleasant weather for the season-wiith a titne
breeze fronm the nor-'west, perpetually.


Oy" We. have dates from New-Orleans
lo the 6th, but no later news from the Ar-
my than that published in our last.

C7- The news from Washington by the
last mail is altogether unimportant. Mr.
Benton concluded his great speech on the
Oregon Jnrisdiction Bill. on the 28t0 1ih.
in which it is said he completely annihila-
ted the remaining fragments, of the 54 40's
On tie 290h. in Senawe. Mr. [lan.lan
moved, by resolution, for an adjouriinmei.'
sine (lie, on the 30ith Jnly, which reso!uwion
was discussed and firnally 11i d on the tall .

DEATHS IN ST. AUGUSTINsE.-The Hor.
Judge Smith, fuirmnrly Judge of the U. S.
District Conrt of ,he Territory of Florida,
and Dr. Brush, of New-York, died at St.
Augustine on the 25th ultimo.


I


most fearful of all scourges-the strength of
civilization without its mercy.
The peace now resioredt in the Punjiubh,
is tlie peace ltat Hindostan has loo often
ac'k:l ledd.-d The next selitence to these
seemingly gladOillings informits I that ithe
lBiriiish forces are it) possessionn o1f Lahore ;
that the .1N ah;ir;)i,iph lias celdld to (lie In-
tian C(m-pany" tihe Terrihiry between the
rivers Beas and Suie'j. and ,he moUlntaitt
district between lite Beas and the [Iduis, in-
i:!udiiing the provinces of Cachinere and sla-
t;:"ralh. To rike lhis peace more im;)o-
,io" stipulalionis are Pxio(ted from the Sikhls
Which make a mockery of their sovereignty
over-the little remaining territory they pos-


last a run was made upon it. and tile specie
was plaid out fot hills, principally in small
coin, nntil the expiration of Bank hours.
On Tuesday the doors were closed, and
havp not since been opened.
We are aware of the great excitement
that this event has already produeed, ind
wiil co, nlitnue to produce through (t lie
country, and that the people look to the
public press for informal ion, which we
would rea'liV"y give were it in our possession.
Trhe street rumors that we hoturly hear, are
not deserving of repetition ; and we have no
anthentic iif'Jrmiationi of lite oioinli of dhe
indebtedness of the Ban'k, or of its resour-
ees. The public nmust therefore wail for
some official aird reliable Statempnt, whic(i
will doubtless hbe oiven them, for we have
authority forl s:iying so.
On the 150h April last, according to the
official returns of the Bank. die cipitl]
stock paid in was $100,000, notes in circnla-
tion $145.336, making, wilh other liabilities,
the total itdehtedne.s s879.979. Tile re-
sonrces of the Bank were cash assetls, con-
sistin, ofspecive bills of ofher banks, checks.
&e., $72.1"23; bills of exchange. 8110.457 ;
barikin"i hotus,;, notes, and olher evidence of
debt, ? ,i. .
Whil has been tlhe tilsiness of this Unsti-
tution since ilhse retuirnis were liyidp, we
are entirely it mr'tnt. Neitlrer can we in-
formn our finfiouitry friends wiart- is die. pre-ient
value off the bills, or what are their hopes
of indemnity against future losses. Time
wil d,vplope all.
Since pemnin2 the above. we have learnt
front two of lhe Dire'htors that tile circutla-
tieo of ihe .-Bak, including deposits, anil's


I


MINXERAL RICHES-Extract of a letter
from Col. Charles Schaitier, written near
Fort Wilkinson :
"COPPER HARuoOR, .lay 141h, 1846.-
The news fromn Ea,,le River, the Cliff
Mines. and dhe Piinsbir2h Conmparny, is so
fa.vtor;ahle asi to be scarcely believed ; tie ore
out in large qnantities is estimated as worih
one million of dollars; in.isfs of native cop-
per so far uncovered as to show from ten lo
twenty tons. have been showing iheuvsieves
in several mines. Native silver is fonnd in
some veins in masses weighing from one
ounce to five pounds. You will have heard
ere hihs of lhe arrival of sixty tons of silver
ore from the Pitiisbnrh ('ominlmy; they
liivt- se-veral hundred of tons ('308) -electedr
specimens ready to barrel as soo8 as eythry
get the barrels."
FLORIDA TURPENTINE.--The Jackson-
ville News of the Q9th1 lilt. says:
"WN;e had yesterd iv the satisfaction of
beholding the flist insq;talment of innpentine
destined for export from Easit Florida, since
it cession bv the British hGfovorinient to
Spain. ) M r. T. (). H1olnies hIas sipped oiie
hundred barrels froii this place to Savan-
nmili. on account of Capt. L'BEngle. We
hail thtin ;as ,in earnest of wlha may he|ie-
after be expected froin the St. John's River.
We uuiderstiand ,ilt this genlleririn exp(ecIs
to mmn n'ifctlire over two thousand bairels
ditring lie s ason no a'dlI from`"lih- we can
learn. li successful experiment will be fo1-
lowed up next winter by numerous individ-
uals who possessed legs enterprise, or, at
least, less confidence than Capt. L'Engl,.


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co, or even to annex any considerable por-
lion of its territory, they would cause gle;at
dlissaiisfiaclilon in France; a;ndl, ill all probla-
biliiv, would I;ive to encounier the decided
loslifily o'f the French Government. A
rephrenbe In 51. Guizol's very reinnrrka!le
speeh-es on 11e Texain (]eslion will show
that Framce atiiachels very grint imporilnce
o ihe prrssPyi-vliin of Mexico ;is a Saparaie
natii,. and that. apart fromi that conlsidera-
ion h would 'e:;ird onfw'ovr;dl)ly any fIuniher
Qrltnldizeipni of t Ihe U. St'af$s.
Bnr. Pdk. 1i is intr. oIms dectlhred fna
either Fr-nee nor Enuland shall interfere
ij the affi is of mile Aieric;in cotitin hie ;
bit. thrn. iM. Guizoth Iass ai!o declbird it,
the most fo rmal t;i:i:'nfr. ii lle narme r iof
France that it will in spite of Mr. Polk,
;,ttra;.rr as oftern. ai, in such manroei-, ;is it
Idef,+' in Aupica) afMUMirs. I sayv uaeon.
hetn. that nl opinifit is tli; any sizur, of
Mexicaint) vrriii'orv Lv thel Utelhd latest s Gov-
rnimnpllt wotild lie .-t ivibly ohjeie d-to 1)y
Rl'ance: ;ainn, lo doniat, lso ) by EllMamd.
It Wo,,hl lie lildicrim- in ile tit presumie to
tldvki' Amerircini siatPslne" as Wo lhPe (,ilrse
o aflopt il tile presentl ()os.tire of ;draiirs;
)it I sav to Aineric tii jiiiiuli ists--" ;ait !
Wait! W.it Wait! aoid in a few years
Mexic-o will lie yours; but if 'Vol ]atteinl
o seizp it now. or aly poriiotn of it. you
wilf miost likely hl;ive to coun! with EI'al-mdi
ind Fraint)e, ar;d iti tlhi l ease you may db-'
P(dI upon it th;ia Logiiand ainid Fr'.ince uu ti-
ted will lie too stroll! fr vnoi.
LI-COM, theih" wi'tivAl t vho fhind ;at Louiis
PhiilillpP li,,i- not beenr iousilI 10 trial. It
fpll Q iiit;lha the ( II oWn laiwyers hiave sontie
refaiii, 'o suspect lh;it lh- wais Iiir Ie ol of'
l)oiii'-al f liiirns. At one lile it wvas he-
levil llthit he w;as employved by the hsiii-
iiists; late-ly it nj)pe;irp lto he suspe ted illhat
ie ws inW.het to i( e i-inme iby Whe renbhli-
c;itis. Dtis'venis of the police lhve been
r;ide in the hon-le o'l" s 'verail rliiltiers of
1liltli|) ;i'.ies butt notlii ff dis(,c verid of a
criminiin lin; charac~i'r. The li diblct: opinion
s. as ;i h oit.it. lhai tile fellow 1;.I1 ( iiillii!ig
e do withh any iMAiM.,il |pIiriy, ;a"id lhad no
aicoinrilives. His criiie was the result of
p-ivate vetVele;lnce.
rE C, OPS AND THE WI.:THER.-Al-
mo.st daily ;r<"- oir hWoirts gcidd'ted bt lie
*!h -'riyig intvli,2,,v-t e li;it llih h rople n "
\V heal'i. Cilion aiimi Corti, iaiford i'nisua!
promise (it f il easV andi xtensive }hlirvy-st.
For ihe last |ew (Iyq. \ve live 1h1id Irpeatt.d
'l.iwers, 4 hi.v ]w lih ;ind viaor' i' ve'geta-
hion, ;;id ircnderinzZ les ;i>'df'nt tlie .dinly
breezes I'roin Ole Souith.-[Albany Courier.

GALLANTRY.-T),trin ithe en:i':einenl
will) tlhe M exicanls oin lIeP90I inst., finally ol(
milr men Wrl( see'n !handing tlieir caiiiteens
to tlhe wounded Mpxinins. and ihpnn tnrning
io fire upon those who slill held o.0.
[La. Courier.


Satier 3itreeli,
Apalachico!a, Fa.


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A-action and C!nmuission lfl slt-
/ neCss.
STARR & Co. wi!l volitiinpn thbAnction and
SCn'rlnisy iOi-,n .u1ne in Enl'ul i, Alabama,
thrt' ;1) the sunm vr, a .(I will pay s!rIct attention -
In *i!l 'nd, s f ps d ti) their care.
M yV 2 l 19 23.4t,*
Scalicotoxico,?. e. Polsoiss for
Insects.
TUSr received t), r brir Iinmeer, w' i-h will if
r epri prly apil-i d, innmedial, lv e(itrminate
Ra's, MWce, C'oc!kr.achpa, Flea-, sqi'itie., &e.
&e. Alio, Fly Paper, for the d structionrf flieNi
for sale by J. C. ALLVN.
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PAOSENGENS.
Per stenmer Aagvs-Jus F Furrior.
Per briN H,-pulb.ic. for New 'ok-- A AM"er,
lady mrid child; .1 Fasiter affll lady; 'Nii-, (;,ifih,
Mi-,; Mlilchde, M-: Mcchfrl-vy, Nlr John A
imitehev!.
Per-chr Asiland, fo.r N*,w Yok--Gvo Frfvwn
and lidy; I esl'-l,-nry Cli;y Prniln; n. 1-1D,dge,
J r)owi-r. Erown, L l;t.ol -t andm (! ilz;,'.
]Je r h.p,.inwr Vinla, toar C(;lAilbila--unKi CA.rfin.
l.dy ea;d tw"children; A W IeV% tanJy; H W
Brooks aend ltdv: Mrs DUeNiK.is; Mi-s J "lrouks;
Captains 11 A-.i-bv. ,fbi M ,,+. V.':Wm 11 I i ia e,
Mp. Yunr'g, J %- ?I'ir.mnit-y. JIno 1) Adkinsl l cm .ienit
A Auborn. M .'niiqufti~d, A Lodg, el, t i Uiids
Mitaher, MiI Audri.
EXPORTS.
ITAVRE-Per shipCuiton -Planter-1-5-: ba'e3
O -"TO --P,-r b-'i,- Pi'-iads-r-5-i hP,1-s cotton.
NEW UIK--'er echr A hi-,d--U bJf..
per brig Rep)-bhc-.4hG7 b.I-s cotton.
RECEIPTS FMlOMv E THE INTERIOR.
Pr ste,'mer AzueE-5 bb. tu lr,'lninp to E
3.'cCulK%, 15.:!e'!^ c,,n :o Wnl ( Po.-ifr Co
P-r.,,..imr Viuhi-- 107 tJlee culltt to, 1II.
iNaw.-(o!& (Jo; 5 it, Jo bi C Muckay; 4U-o" uDay
. C,`: l to A N N.' 6: 6 to C(.ie4s trgr<
Co: 7 S, sc-, cirn niedl tu \ vyi;e i I'.'cKnzie: 5
do o"a 'nadi'l -V SyEp cer; i lLuO iaths Vu W G .1
Davis.


crously deceived'into a surrender; 700, of we finally arrived at the Library rooms, when ourmanufactures and ouragnrieulture, vieing, c
+ .their own spontaneous will, killed' or cap-/Mr. M. walkng up to an immense lerres- with each other, if you will, to make our ti
tured 1500 Mexieans, at San Jacinto, tbi- trial globe suspended in the centre of one productions more and more perfect, striving
kinz prisoner the President of Mexico, Gern- of the rooms, and placing his hand upon it. in flie neutral inarkeis of lie world, for pr,-
eral Sania ,Anna; and twenty umndr Deaf said, -"Look here, genllemen, and see if eminence; sirivihig also in our resspective
Smiili routed 120(N Mexivanf ihe same'venr. any Amnerican can carefully examine ihe branches of production, thai we imay eiohtlle
In 1839, one hundred and four beat 1000 ,nap of our globe, and not feel a ,nralitude them anid they llity feed us, but hoping .,
M Mexicans at Sallillo, and retreated into!and just pride ;t seeing the geoL'r'phical that there never shall be occaoli ton crous.s,
Texqs with the loss of only four men. In positlion our country holds upon its face.- the bayonets of Brii.in and America on ally
1843. oDlV. 210 'of ihelu repulsed General Here lies Asia -nd the whole East, with bloody field whatever." (Loud cheers.) !
-%V ",ll and'1300 troops at Arroya Salado; 261 its immnense wealth. There is the motlih of Towards the close of hI;sspeech olf the i
drove 2500 Mexicans into Mier, fought the Columbia River, almost as near Cantoln, corn qtestiion, the s-,ine ev-lpnmi. Sir R1,bert .,
- nineteen blior.s,'killed 700 'of tfhe'enemny, as London is to New York. Now h-re is Peel delellnin-d not to be outdone in po-
1 but at last were deceived into a surrender, a )ittle.speck called E rope, upon the E..s- hliteness by the leader of the oppuplinu,,
and hloiribly butchered or enslaved, lern shores of the Allaintic, and a smn-iller spoke as follows: I|i
., In lu 1343, two hundred rvnarmed Texian speck on its vrestern shore called New I Jhe noble lord (J. Russell) sayshe ,
-'., prisone.i at-Salado, attacked four hundred England, including New York cily. which hopes lhl t Ihe discussions wht'h have il
*- armed Mexican guards, heai and'dispersed have ever held the Irade of this irnineins re- ithreaitened life niineinale(ice of' amicable te- 1
then. Saine year, Cominmldore Moore. of:, gion, aiihe leexpense of pa;.ssinrg C_'ape HIo n. i a"io i will) the Uuiied States. will be li
Y .tucalan. silenced ten (lines his nival frce,orfir lhe Cape of Goodd Hope. Ihe Sollilh broii.rhlo a foi'niate close. Sir, 1 hmk I
and compelled Ihem to retire. The. last Atllantic, Indialn O.ean." &c. &-c. -f"Look clin apl;eal to the (course whrth we live I
fi~ctry rilnhedI in a threat or (Aliaice. be- here," said lie. -miid lell fle il any Amner- p irsIu d. t ;.,,,isl sore obhoqiy. sotl i- i
Iweeni Yucatan and Texas, by which Ihe ican cean give np, or barter ;,way iOf- valley r on.sirnlctio somle losiiili-aioi's, that we (
former bound herself to remain passive in of the Colnnibia, and not, Esau like, sell were ahatldo,,iig it e hoioir of Ihis country ]
any contest which Mexico niipght thereafter his birth-rig hlt?" -I Ihmlik i can aippet lo ilie pis, experience jf
enl.aYe in with Texas, and most failhlfully There will be sniirb!e notice inken. qnd d of'this Gover'nnini, lthatl t has been ouir ,I
have the gallant Yucatecoes performed their menition nlaide(i of his worth adtll virlties. Iby ,ne. l le.irb vvery cfluri con slelenly I
cou-rac Ihose able to do Ih '-i justice; blt nt r r wit- Ihe rational honor. lo m iintaiilf iiifdly t
o rac ..(o t of his in editate f, ily.) will lie l re rlations wilh ,.vviV co lnnlrv on te face of
'"*; :The following-says the Baltimore Pa more sincerely i onrdourted. ,;, y r ie v,,ry ihe lloee. This i.ciple, so Io1s as we I
:,rio--which we have been requested to humble individtnal %ho. in gre;,l grief', has are iitrusted wilh the imiia--lient of pii)- t
penned these lines, anmd % %Ito was once per- 11 ii< ar'i's will continue lo inlnr, re us in .
.'publish, is worthy of serious consideration: ntitted to call him Fi'ieml. E. K. reswe'lt io ihe seilhvnient ol 1our nl'oiou- a
INJUSTICE TO ARMY OFFICERS. iiale difl; retices widi the Uliied States. )
We see it announced liat the appoint From the N. Y. Evening Post. 2d inst. (1ieers.) t
menis for the mounted Riflemen or 3d Re- Tell Days Later from Europe. "l'liis. tI-aln in connexion with the reso-
giment of Dragoons have been confirmed. ARRIVAL OF THE [HIIE!NIA. ltion (of" file Sei"ate, gives us evilry reason i
But one officer has been taken fron the Ar- Dbate on the Grgon Question--European 1n.- to livve that t*p Hrc ;i, ilt' cud of (>rlr li!- **
my, anld that one a 2d1 Lie!,enant, C. Fre- terf'snere'hit;i)our exie . r-Con- n*r,,nes. ,rd ihlilt shmi nline -!v can ,r
r'oat,. (Brevet Ca plain) to be a Lieutenant tinued Virmness in Cotton-state of ,'e A10- Cl;I| se before lfie |Io.-siiliiy of' a ni Indllr- I
Colonel. Tihisis a very deservimi officer; ney .ur."it--Passaeofthe Corn Ei.l lin the s anding heiwe(ntEngland anid America will 1
he hais biien in service about eight years. Hcuqe of Commons- -tate of' 7radc,4c 4"C. be I'elmoved.
anti is son.in law to Col. Benlon. WVhat By the Messrs. Hairnden & Co., we haive It would appear b|y lhe flollowint, how- I
encollram eiinenl have officers to remnain it) been supplied( witih \;i!ner & niiih'ss ever, ihf t ihOw i 'rilishl Loveluilntn are no c (
the A 'rinV, wlien: snich rank injustice is Times, brou,2hi by tlhe H iihtrini, Boston, williia io froist to a[)!.e;tran(cs, blut continue o
heaped [lion llheni? Some who have been Tlhe -oSi i))- lnlit parl o" llhe bi l,il is ol + ike p ;iliiolary nieasl'evs : I
in service I'or Inore I lnn thity year,, ard detern ed le(Io carry oul his p.olic.y (od Eii'ro- 4" li is r'epoited timl tweniy v unnerr, twot (
who are now IM5 1 jm-<. ar'e ranked by this peau iiiterference in American [ liiics, a; il svreeiitis, l o aui'p ils, nid t%%o lonil);ir- i
/ young officer 'of yestrdlay-- and all 'llie I l( th itt e first iilovenlelni will be I idee i, ihu e diets, iitlder lhe cooitiiid o(if Capt. llck- t
L young Lieutenants who so dislinguis]ied Nl exicann qui slion. wood. -are o lithe di-piichel d l y l lie h Bli'ish ;
; themselves on the Rio Gti i; e will be The lion. 1),ihney q. C:irr. of BPtiinnie, ge-vernlinit~ in their wir l le-imner. lle Ter- 1
ranked by these new (C:ipt!:,li.- iii ano- Atnericvin M inis -r ati Colisitiliiolio ir- j rilile, to O rvoin earlv nexti niolilh ; (lie vtvs
other reat injustice is d iii in rnllin f ilh- rived at! Livfrlool on il ie 911 fil., i( lile ,si t i t lake ;in adeqtale supply olf gonn
3,1 Regiment of Di iu'niw. by which mpall ship Cincititaii frio011 this port. IarId sOres; ;,nd 1((0 (xcavniors are lo be n
the present LieniiHnant Colonel and M ,ij: r The Iost important itews re!iles to file i ta t Sio fie ,,nl3e de l iiailon wir n ;r!1 possi c
will come in and Iake |)recetdellce i |if )rollio- passage of l[lie Corn Bill if l a 1hii'il r<'adiu 'a lie spl-vi. This f | rre anid ilei men nre
ii-l lo tlie Majors arnd Captinis of ihte old by i a majority of* 98. This l.oo i pda e at 4 Plofessidly sent to the [lud.-on Boy Coin- (i
Di'a'sonn who wentt throln t lie Florida o'clo k o he nloriiiine oi" llie. 16ih, ,f tlr a iri\y's tcrrilorv.'
war. and are now enated in the Mlexican debate whiilr"hii fol. oiiiuieid. o- l hilii loulr. Tile l>aiily N 'ws is s:oid o be a f.iilre. 1
f -t i r. It is imrpossible to conceive iof a' ny The belief is exple.- ,ld tliat llhe4bill will Di.kens lias lel't if. and life I|);per is to li t
t. lhing more disheirieninf 1tal n lhese a;p- pass Ih -e House of L'ord.. red ced in size and price. I
S poinf-nenl-., for all the officers in oir A rumy Il ihlle House of L'ords,oil flhe ;18th', on A LARGI FAILURE ini the East Inlia and
o of lh'- rank of C iptain; aind, albve, |i(ivebheen th- iinotilill of lhle D ike of, W edllitihoii. thi, thle Lev;int tradf--lie howise iof Messrs.
in service sl01o1iz that it would be it ipos-'i Corl., ,.iw mluip ilahio'n Bill was read aI fir.-t Bpeattl( & Co., wliosiv liailliti s exceed a
bie for Ithein now to *nake a living 'in civil iinie-tlhe Dukle of R-ichmnond ahloie sayingi qiti'irifr of a Imillioni sterling excited somlc
; life. ^ o JUSTICE. non-coinpel. Ilt was ordered to be primrued, little stir in London last week. The slop-l
an d a,)d read a second time oil the following pa"e creaedlil he nItore surprise a- ,Ihe I
A FLT, RE.UP BETYWEET THE FRENCH NMondayi. hoise stood high it) credit. Son)(e of lhle
MAN'-t. 1-WA13. STE A1ER. _O^ERltE, The arrivals of provisions in tlhe Ameri- Manchesler house,- suffer, ind au establish-
.AND THE, O O.NEW Y.Ii K can vessels continues to be ninch noticed inenl'til Liverpool, which have extensive

The schr. Caillarine, Capt. Scott, ar- and occains coinplilenlar" paigr-eph in ra niflcilons over the Ai erican conment,
.:rived this morning froe a St. Jazo de Ciba the London daily papers. iiire tin for it."
.Ci the morning of -i.:lin,_.,4(ifih May) when It is estimated that ihere was in Liverpool JHl NovIsIoN l RADE. sa-ys Vilmer V
Owithn nnsheorn oflhe or.i'o Casile.'he C. on the 19th iul.. eihl uifillion bushl Sof -"h, is not brisk, and prices are receding.
washnetr the French war-of t enr ToCnerrse, Foreicn \Wheat Cn.r l o('c, and 895%000 N earlyAll kindls of Irish provisions lshave
wasner heFrnc w>r Sie;> -r pTomied, I o"O ^11,1 nur1 . 'fro S. Don itiao, houwd i n. Slh;> psm n.>ep ) barrelss oreilm F lo r.*ii,-i'rl l all Armeric.an. _iven way (rinn he |),Si lew dayas. cviuse
attiros, ". li. l Iera l yont o n. hilin distance, p),rin, l the six days file,51h may i"i **a a treat nmeas llre, h e the immense arrivals :
atnr>. onierby Iu 'I frontn theace Unitedn. Siasxt' vsein. ejii^ii at)d still more from
and no inuclh nearer than she was to five or i the nilni or,, .-r.,.l hv vessels lhat passe(an i or e i'i'in
.1he vessels, which hall e,,one out in the Sound and Bell for F nalaind w-is Ilweutiy. ihe superior qmijliiy of ihe Aniieric-,n ,rii-
i ( Alra h rnn The Grain veseadse. both iu c Lonon nn, es. The Provision trade with ile Uition
about a inilanr. d received I apilo, being Liverpool, since fhe depmr-ire of' the Great promises to become one of' the erealesl
Ilose 7 too, she wa o Britain, has been exceedingly depressed. inmporlance. We pro,,[osticaled tihis fro tl
cloe t the Moro, she; was observed to .. ,1 c ,,,np n Pclifii'w i f noos e 1 d
t .*ack round and nmanceuvre so mne time. and owili. to fle discourlgint.natcounls received the first iorn Pe-l's tmiff was pro pl ,
.at itiervals fired Iwo guns. She stoodllfor (rom ;dl tlhe markets held on the till und now some lhree or ftur years io The
I6 sea. caiiiear, ad hailed in the fllo- 9h inant, provisions are now crred in a style which
ea mThe T tle (oton Market hIis improved very hits ihe paiale of John Bull, and increased
ifz wir .The n.wr wa ra. that orers ive n considerably. On every descriptionof Ame- Pol'"Ibrily and better prices is the result.
*fli gu' in, uhe l, wol ws t od nrd t r g iv.n- -olton here lilts been an advance of Thle news from tlhe Continent is no l im-
11 ISnecll iliq'llins): lan)guag10e, would not be nnriin All Coto there evn int.in*
oh veI iliOter abusive? Ihrases fbilowed. I to nearly a farthing oln a pound since the poi'lant. All is quiet. even in pi)ain ia(n
-nd'.liet wore repeatedly rna vle thatt hllo e. Sf '-tle Britnn Ponrugal. In Frince thle news of' the vote v l
11dliel w r re e edy nietat T heel i-0 cie of'imn'> Conuire on file Oreoon i-nestion ai-o
iPHilne 1wou il fire into her. inlses> it was a he SuYi r Crop e 'rn) the W est Indies it of LongIeSS on tle el oh question i-
item e oldi'liel fdone. A bo, t, with a lieuten- is estilmated will be short at least one-third. raced seine aliention. Its effect was to
v. d-aw it, l on birr,, with a rues. The s(eal ,er(,aledonia, from oi osl.t, at.- confirlf thle conviciion which had all along v
n t s o Ih i -trive e sdh.t et e a l r e t Live)-pool on lthe 14th lh., with bten entertained. Ih1i, w;ir would o ,illIike,
s..ore >hlat m iles-4 tlhe schr. set hier flac. all l^ ^ n ln n le U if
the pierce file -teitlner coininianded wowe(hI be (late,, front the U united States to ilie 1st. pla ce between EriZl;Ind wiid Ithe ulj itt-d
.11qrd,,ld Io;.ake !her (; lo i hat her coniinaa- t Itis iulol'ed lh^it Sir Robert Peel intends Slates-and fle finids rose in conseq(ience.
drirhall I lie 'poWer tO sink t-he sohoone~r, io re~ire n'loli pu!)lic lif when Inls |))ulIIL ,~ h Co lecllaUOlt rll h in
An answer in wriuina as follows was semint easirsn S are safely li ioi~g Pan i ui~in/.iln. linea ar encoiv -The mnue.
"tO the Commiland]er of the slearner; "iSir- [e is nlOW near his sixtieth year, and may PAnE-DE.S IN ENP.LAND.-- he inmpuK]eln
ao the f omir~ a u aion your o l le d si m era ( ?I-- wel d ,=-i rep se piolpositiotn of lhie 31exi(can G olverntme ni lo
;1 ^ S 'u e cl7; There does not appenDr to be any thing oif .h,,i Eiiglishl cl~,eiiors l,.s forlned ,he sl!b-
'iut .ghng ,.,, 1 wil not h tst inv ,.,. interest fi'om Spain. The insunrrctiun in .il-cl of a.:gry artilchs in ti~e ilvspalers. and]
SY uu '*,g11.espe l wilno t ll (0- alicia, as already reported, hais been su i)- ha a ddled lo tile dlisg_, st w lhh.h c'aplitalists
Sor (t. f( 7 p resse d a ndl~ n u mii b e rs sh ot ., a re h PI iig i lnn t ol e l le i-lia n f olr e v l i'v Slp ec i.-s
S M ,i- er ^Ise P...:ih.>irieofN. Vo'rU. A railway is ordleredI to be nmade frnni of forleigni iiiveslimeiil. A slolrni m.i-eliing
n? 31(Iif l v^ 18 *" o *he rorl ie (-" "" i"r* il"- e. "f the hotir(l -llold>*.rs wals hlehl y(.slt rdayl it"
N o i. S ff l)ht.in itril w a' 1I'J hus na-^e dI T h~e E english i'lforam mie asulrts are ex(cit- I -on hDon. w lhen liltc (, oi propo~lsilioni w as
*dllrlma which lim.,-i '.e ,steamier was |leaded iiig- seine aitenii(n in l (-J i'miii. A CO1TI ii ,d t- lhe* ,i'en,,, ,,|,.r wilali ons of| ( neier
', acriiss lhe .shor+ner s bnw. aiil tgoI iiiw n si~ nh s b v rh ~ o e a ieit a's. i ialll ,w. in~c)ll|.n ,.f iii,-
., dom4e;: (lli her.etf some diam..e. lher C ommain- Loendan Til mes r o fle 14ihn i t s.s de.(.rre a diew~ !.t a ri dis on i .ofsid t p.r,'_,,t!
; der indslsing on an itincon~lilional olbedIence Th"e Lor""h"i l Timn s if the 14thn hi. says : e .ir l deh ;IY POi T disKOln -'Ixty *,'r i.itlii-
(- o his ordler.- %nI ihe offi.'rs awl ci'exv of 'tie m l.! h~ lw l 'i '~u ~ vll, t TtI |..;,,-n Po'r "the schooner uphol~ldingi their (-,ill ,1.1 in hi ns a" i' w dv(1>ys, wil ('.nnvey 10 itheUi i u cl ,'deeision. The wind was v,,ry Ii ~ fr nn Sl ates (ie re lini ressio iic Ilf th ne I ire ll"on '' li'tq"-, dltiff -I. Wen Iiarl adll e coni' y'.'
: he Eastward.., 'Th' schooner w',s kelpt on li the lat iillieie If th resel~ii t e 1 q'l i drt. in ilf11ri~ l);ii s wl,..,e c.Uliry,-
hr.cure ,g..ims ie or lwo knots. Aflter was inlnde :.i a ihea or a hotl ni;i-, arenid wa enp oe s..ed iin iisii
Inltllai ellplanalnOli 'the obnoxiotts words sllre l^, ith st t lly | ,l~ t-l a e iii ^e' lecl ioi n h as)e n pd wl,..he ,l,el iu nn itsfie
were recalled and an lpology gi~ven. The "P kn hat n wil iex p 11111itl erl i.- hroi)i( th whi. ,ii wais rll-.nledI s li ". t-.o slii,'iiently
l w o v e s s e l s I h e n p a i r i e l l *., i, | p n l i a o ~ ) e
-;,++;. =. .;* controversy to-a protilipt ;(ilil iliiil is-ine. 0h'}, Ihe resIih ~tls been 111^hl.11. y i~iivlribl-.. ..,


DEATH OF GANSEVOORT MFILVILLK.-A The London Eoniom,i-J slaios. ^ I d+le tte r re c e iv e d b y ti he li 'e r iia fro m a n e )o n sis i e rs h ig h :11 d d u1i.q u e st i i. l iihlnr Ti mil e A t tit i t R E L A N D 'i V te tio*i e or i rn.d
eminent American inercait of London. ity, that the Ore'gonI qnu iion is on the point th: 3(00it leil I ol i h'e 6 in re-iilenti are o i- 1e1,u
e nent Aof a satisfactory spitllIlitilt." I to be 'n ireadiipe s for i'roi'un sLivice it l ie
bears tlhe heavy lidings of tihe death of our The new wliih readind [- ig!;ind of'ili 1 shortest nitic untider Maj-i" Crolfio Thi,'y
beloved .and distinguished feilow-couniry- first action of tile U il Id Si;ifes t -.lva n MTd aret' M is sa"!, desttli'ld for tlils.n B;>y.
man, Gansevoort Melville, Esq., Secretary House, on ithe. Notice Bill, c(,used it great Sir (Gjy Camphl hivitLg r uim- d ron,
C5 Court O S Janes.' many discussions in the p reIss and eminei l.l il' hlis resni, d llithe co llilind of Ihe
of Legation to the circles, bit seem'ted to paodu'd e li)t',,rs of Allilorte disiliv, Tlie firsl division 67<1h
A corre,.pondeni oflthe New York Jour- a colision. The belief gains g-round lIt it I, lg. nnder ilijor Ail,,ir. n ir(lii'd Cool
nal olfCommerce sa)'s: all fears of a collision a re at an end, id Lin lri ; en *nu!.,c to Cor. oeil Frid.,y last.
My acquainlaue wil lh the honorpld de- ih-it Mr. Polk has ( ipliIit confi e ice i | to he rplih dl bv tlhe .1i Liloh I flufa try.
ce ed, wa, .shonrl. hilt of slurch a character tlhe continnarce of pe ticel a .s. s e has nlde ndleie C(ol. Mlait sdell, from lit.ervin.t Ma-
thi,, while I recollect any tiliin it can nev- no prepanrlion for a conflict. 'jor Slawull and sqiiadron of the 8:1- Roy>l
.r be forgolen. Added to a mind highlly W e learn fromn W ilnii &. Smnith's Eur I IfIuIsi's, are n ro 'r n Iol tlod t
culiivated. a liv(,ly imagination, and chiiste, pean Tilmes, that incidelliiv hti e state of L.min-rik ,; 'art(d Colo(nopi .1]t:M Call, and Ihree
correct taste.- Mr., A. was "ilied b nature the relations with America was broignlit ltil- troops with h with a noble bearing, a pterl'lil intellecl, der ihe niotie of the, Hoiie of Com nonsl C hiir, there to be staniolned"
"' gra vital energy, antd a determined spirit, oIn Ihe evening of tilt -ilh. Lord ,lolhn F3.-kNCE.
UHP was lhe admiration of all who inet hill], Russell made a pointed allusio lo ihe su)-, There does not appear to he any intelli-
sillan'th- pride of every American iii London. ject. and, in doing g so, delivered miiisdf in e~nc of nnieul from France.
'' His devowion to Ihe bests interests of olir the following. graceful and happy terls : OUR MEXICAN RELATIONS.-The Paris
be)cloveI country, hi" "enthtsisastic patrioi- Looklng at one of l" th. rethest ii ins Pco .-r s l)oufdeti of \\ihner & Siiilh's Tines
ism, hi li-true and warm hart, coinm~ini-ed of lIte globe. I al-, III) ippY to fi'.id tIerer ;ire ithns spealks oifl our .\Mexic.m affa-irs:
the lve and lasting friendship of all who y Miil -,,is of retuionin I'eeliniLs" of ;Irn ly j The state of affaiirs betweenO tl- Uni'eil
were honored wili hii acquaintance. His and !Lor'i) will. W -1i I read lIlie speevhe ; 1States -awlA l1e ico excite (' -'1i lera!fi>e *n
greal itheine ,f conversation while at Lon of W- bser, Calihoun, and others. I forget lter.es heire; lbut little is -1i I tlierenol%, either
; don was Amierica,-her ii-iiliiiinons, her all tile idle menace' wfied frioii fihp other in conversilion or by hlie new 'pipapers. Thle
/ people.' and her future prot)spects and glory. side of the Atlantic. I trllsi her Mapsly's later, however. cairefl!y translalp all the
During tlie month of M ircth last, I hai. G-*'eriiilmnt will be a;tile to fix finally Ile iilili'Pli(ce tllievf'can finiI in the Amr!<,i ark
the pleasure of riding il iiv lmile., visiting limits which divide the dominions of her or Englishi pm eis h eann upon lhe subject.
many places, and speudiiIg In iny days :iif> majesty froin those of the United States; Of course, here is t:ut one opinion, thait if
v igh[th., in his company. I shall never for ,iid l t trut the convenlionfi or treaty which the peor dcvids of Mexicans go to war with
get our visit to Cambridge. Passing undtr shall settle that botindary will be hilt tle the United Stales, they will aet a iml, st ler-
the same archways, along the same walks, .i)reitude of a more intimate connection he- rible licking'. From what I can collect, I
through ihe same doors and halls, which tween us and the vast commonwealth of a am of, opinion that if the United States, at
were so familiar once to'_many great met. free people; that we shall carry ol together present, were to attempt to conquer Mexi-


r-Or" !N.Cv 'ork, 1ath1 lnst,
^ T HE W\O! jlhllli )atiril L lll< I
/'S.N'IE, LP-in, ni lt r 1 deck Ikeigiht
^ ,' r ,,,aai, Jinviig suiptriur aecoumino.
diti)?', a.i I v to the Master, ur o0
J 6 e6 LUIGE & PBA.TT.


LEE &- BREWSTER,
44 CEDAR S I'Rg: r, N. YORK.
Thi..* si,,ck of ''R'MNI ED CA LICOE nmrly
all iprewllv 1 ur.i. l d 1. r c AT GREA.'1 LY RLDULED I R;Cl-S,reLbLrud
<..t iri;in "
I 1o 0 Cents ((Per Yard) LOW'ER
'I HAN 'I H PRICES OOr' Al R L.
E*- Purchaser. ; r tiaridriilerd the pricesl-"ald
all-,. anvpes nirdc 1, r a .:%un I (ln' d.
(3- Catalo.,ues (r"v:Li:ed anid c mrrecled daily)
-rcgrul6!;n, the 1 ricep--ie platic-d im thebai.do
o t' biyri:+, aid s --A vi;!i gouds trdored.
N'ev Y< r'-,, Ju e 6;. i lG. 115-l,y


PORUT Urib APALACIIICOLA ......... Jaine 1;3.
C LEAR-ED.
Tmp --Brig Pitiude:, C,.rter, for i-ostcn, by
D B V< (W d C,
J!mce l-- ip Coi;o PiIr.ter, ratt, fur Hadvre,
b"; Nou',''- St," ,f 5.- Cc-.
junle 12-.cii A-h! ,d. 1Bradley, f r '% York.
.^chr ,'.i Ho v`.t, \Vtbb, fi"r .New UvIee.nci.
Fch;r Plant ,_, ":L';;on. f',r ew Oriean,
Ju,;e ]3-!'ire K,"pu);ic'., Liuletfieil, f,-r "ew
-uork, by Nourbc, 5turie Nz Co.
Al! IV ED.
Jn 8 r "Sarah Sihoafl, ESan-d, fm Liver-
pool, to 3 Dyv 't: Co,
Schr Sinid'R().-a. Webb, fm aNew', Orlan-.
J-ine. 12--ringAltib'inja, Ailen, frn Pcv.dnce,
t0 Wrn Cy Purter,-c Cf.
Sif'd l-r" A,':;-, \t-l -hiton, frTi Ci):itta'a ochee
te .in- r Vi V, ;'n Ve-Tht"l,. tmi CuGlanmba.
Stefdlit Lolwii, A l

IFratnkAin CIrctilt Coit.lo
,I'RA-,\KL N I_'COU2M i t, FLUKI.DA.
Ce.,jmin :i 31. u'ri.lin,)
v1 ,* Ftrecl,;sur'e o( Mortgag&
Javnc. Y Sm'th. 5
ljE uE :, u.i:,t zi.u ,:11 fliKr.- are heri by noti-
.JL fld that lile i:etiti, t, hni-ci, sea m- Itnage
ot th defendai ,t on his in.t'rqt in the steam bt,'t
Aitbiy, has tiis day been f"Ad i:I the eilfice <-
ihe Clerk of sa d C, url, ;Ed ldIh jatd t :mnr(l will
bh prevedlor at tihe ncxt iul Urni ,,f s. id Curt.
i A. (;. SEMMFS.
J .-, 11, 19IG .-,i, i C A Yt'v f. r Pr-rtinpr.


St;ie Tax Coijielow's Saae,
B Y virloe (Af puie i(wer .e elI in Tne by law,
I shall exr,e l fr sal-, bef re the Court
Horse dour ii Ih e oeuly of I '-v.< i, on the firt
MA:d-qV I.n N, vernmi ne>r the ii ll vwing pro-
!erty, (i r -o r u..ll th-rol a3 w;ll pay tlhe .e'tale
ta% du1,? i n the s~irie tfi t'ie ye-.r 1s4:-Tnr S
"W, i setion 33, ow-,":sip J, rirge 11, joimimng tfe
hr,'vii oft lol> il thf *.'e-t, a d the PpilaclhicrIf
River on l he e; .I, .i1'r-riin ,I bel, i g lto F V.
Snell. AlI, WV S E i sTion 14, i-w .Ah:p 1,
ranle 8, N and IV; _" L t i c;ion 2", t(.w..qhi, 1I
rn.mz,8, N and VW, fiafti-ial sacli.iii 24. d HIo
30, di;,to 35), to r;berir;into loiing to The rris Af.
i.l".,, j tii: the lands of' Mrs "l'hn.Mas a!.d ihe
Apiiachicul.,i ,iv r. Ais ', 4acrrslai d [-url,f rt.
ii; to beiung tu) Jam.es ,udloin, jijiing Ja.es
XNll's land and le Ar o01, >o. noit known.
Alsoi, 81> a,,r-ps la' d, 'fir. ilk a tibehlov g tuP. Mc-
C,.'micik, j inin- Sir.d) Nall's aa: d the Aruovia,
.\'o. nt d kruwn. .Al-'L, Ih- Mad, l-urportiig to
bsIlolK io lfc e Apal iicAc,,lj Land Lomnany., l ing
I'i the c ,unty vf Culhnu'i, burd d e.Ast by the
Apaladchii la River, !id west Ly Old Rive-r,
!%owvn as Bird's Isl ind, ad pait tl F# rbe,,' Puro
ehla.c-. ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff
and ex-onficio Tax Cullecthr, Calhionn Co.
AlIivy 30. '. 4i. 23 6rim


L!.5f UF \l .!L",! ;i'OiT
LL-sT 01.-' \"K>.-I.L P P~
Solon, E'jeknu;,n7, 510 ton', for Liverpoil:, lhad-
i l:;- <: Caa: -1,1.
Durlibarion. P!] .irl t r 499 tons, for Liverpool,
InI --D 13 \ r)ild .'.' Co.
Edwin. Pi,-rc-, 339 itus, .fur Live-pocl, loadihg-
T L .iL-'i *-.
lancuh.!rd, h l nchird-. -- ionI, for Liverpoul..
luading--Chas 'HO ,.,-I .z Co.
Sarabl S'OMf Sands, 401;l itn;, for LiverpccL, load-
irig--.I J<'y Co.
Pioneer, Hleirn, 27,T on, 'S, fr New 'York, loading
L-D'd4" -- Prrt.
Aabbama, A'ihn. 271 toto-, fin Providence, wait-
iiig-wll n( Pir lr& CCo.

Ti'oMi,*2S I1. Assin
C 0 S 1 0S N 1 N 1E R C il A N T,
"Wt i -" 0 'Zo ...


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CO MMER C IAL.

REMARKS ON THE MARKET.
COTrON--The transactions for the past week
have been uninportan--in f.ict, busiriess in this
department may be considered closed for the sea-
son-though it would seem to be othelrwise front
the colnparatively large stuck of cotton on hand at
[his Time.
The stocks in the hands of factors would, no
doubt be put upon tlhe market, i,) part, provided
they could realize the prices current at fihe last
dates at New Orleans ; but the im possibility of
makiig freight engagements to ainy exten ;it fa-
vorable rates, with tlhe limited stock (f- shipping,
now in port, no doubt, dertyrs the ie',' operators
that have not left the city frlom entering the iiar-
ket.
At no time during the extraordinary depression
that has prevailed during the past tcn(nth, growing
out ,If thie war with Mexico-the %A i;hd,'uval (;f
c;'ediisby Northern and 'Ergliih hoi.-es, combined
wil thei high rnais of t'rcight, h ive our ]",ink Agen-
cies exacic'd tihle -iih r.tnes (Sdi-couint p'ufd at
New rlie niis and '.t 1,'ile ; 2 per cent beni;g fie
l)!ihcst ;*ve have knol\n to bIe demanded for CO
d been inace without diilicully at 1i percent, wliiui
i~ the'rate at this time.
The rise in our river, which is now and hasben
for ten dLys p;i.-t inl good boating order, wiith-
owlt any atngn- entition of our receipts, lenders it
donbitfl! wh-ther ihey v,mi; exceed 1I0,L00 bales,
though ilhe re)',,ited -tock.; in th- interior would
increase lltemi to 112,003 bless, ,-hould they come
forward. We have our doulbts ,%hlther the
GROWTH (If tlie counirv. expoirtin;; from nthia police,
for 1345, execeds 100.00J b.le.-; a fdllin 0 oilF of
fif!y per c.t~ t.
\Ve have b"en at .Fornm pains to ascertain accu-
rat-ly the -lock o:f Cotton actually ill town, on
shi itoard not cleared, and the capacity ot the ton-
njse in port, which we give as follow,-:
St ck (f ectton in town ........ 12,183 bales.
()a shiipb ),ird n *t .1q red... 6,0,'42
Tonnagii e il port to fill tp........2.96
9,223
FREIGT' --Since o017r, ,lat, two ships have been
taken for Liverpool at 11 16c. and engagements
have been ni.ide at thie sinie rates, to fill lp.
We have no new enlgagem-rnt to report coast-
wi.s", i." l..a-t liavinq been made at 1c. A brig
arrivPd ye.t-rday andJ df.iiln'J 7.Sc to New-Ylrrk.
O:ir stock, of Cotton exceed, 90.)) balf's lthe ca-
picily of tonnage in port ; aboit 1300 of which is,
however, provided for by a ship to arrive undet
eh'irtpr.


Dissolution.
r -HE associatjil, n itihlio exisiling between the
i subscriber-3, nnder the firm, name LruJ stvle
of D. DAN FOR'rH &, Co -JAs. B. STAii',t
Aucti)neei,-is this d t' dis lved by mutual oa.-
sent. All persotis irdebtrd toi said film, are rs-
que.sted to coime I'orward and make immediate
settlement with D. DANFORTH, \%hn is alone au-
th;ri-ed to make s-ttlemente3s f-r S id firm, and all
claims against it will be liquidated by him.
D. DANFORTH,
JAS. B. SFARR,
EuraljM1 Y av !2, SI G. 23-2t


N OTICE.-Mr. JNO. S. I-UTCHIN," 11nr 1authoimisd agenl dlin "r<" ah-enre Irom
tie State. -AT1IE N, & BAIRY.
June 13, 16.
NO!1[CE-CHARLES J. SHEPAD k m.
duly authorized a'ti'i while I ain absent
frorn the.Srate of Fl,'lrida.
June0, 1S46. 23-4t J. W. RINALDI.
N-I'.TOTICE-Mr. \,l. H. LOING is our agent
._ l i dm'iqg our absence frota the Cti'e.
I,. T,? 3I -IE pl, &. Co.


FOREIGN PE!IOltClLS.
REPUtI.LCATION OF
The Lomlon Qiftartvi'ly Reviexar,
'l'-e Edinibulgilh evic-sv,
Tfte tforlei-li iill'lerty Kevlcx',
'rhie -lyestill insle r Ice-acfie ,
AND f.
ELAAC0TiOOD"', IXERL S,Aex~aXE.

The abovp Periodicatz arc 're;'riritt d in N-ew-
York, imrzin !d,atl y (m thl ir riimi al Ir, \ + I.rlir.iih
steurilcr4, i!i a bcacll:6ill fcl.r I. I e, i('l file v, hite
i)apcir, a d i 'are tiitiiul coi;ies oi file t lii-mal.'-
BLACK',VOOD'S, AGAZIN....E ig ana exact lac-
!i't~ilL o!i the tdilibur-h dtioli.
*1'iie \vi(& -s r<'ad Itdiei of he,- splendid Peri-
oidicds relnd i--; it needless ho Sjv Il1lhil l" iii l.ir
pr~tii.e. A -w lit, r-4-v i i' :, they stli d lir in ;v'j-
viticee (if aiy (\k3 1 1 a s;;i,!,r Wsl:.[i I,(;%%" | nt)-
lilhvd, while 1;the pdl ic-A c,,in! txi. r oflf raih i-
narlod bv a (dignity, (:and! r uii.d n(oit,i rtice iot
otlen f'.,:id in Wvoi ks If a pmry fl;, ciir.
T ile eii'.-ice tile v;itw i f ,tle three great
p:lrti,.; i i EDI.'! Vtod- 'hii, Tiry, ai.d i~idnic,..-
Black,\o "i and lifh e 1, nL. *n l,. ;' "are
Tcrv; tile *, E ih urzli IR- viu-i" W ing; a! d ti.e
** VslniW t viiirr." I, ;dic, Tl "1ie ,'( r. ii i Q.;1.1-
teriv is i li'\-ly lilhcrarv, l i'i!]i d-<' 7 d i- iri-
pallyv to crilicin.tIs oln 'irrei-n Ci ( itllel,.; 1 M \V ik4.
Th1 i r ives of' the R i.-- s ;ire li,. if a i
one-Il i1"! 4, 1'.e f',l',ig', coji>.-s, aW d w while t' ;
ai'e CqI)llV \wv li 1ot up, 11 ey l'.doi dll 1he.dvain-
tage to t .A,,dnrnr'cun ove the l-e Efnil.h ireudir.
TERMS.
PAY-MENT TO BE MADE IV ADVANCE.
For any olnevof the four Revi ews. !?3,')!J per an'ium.
i,"ii' anyv t o, do. 0,()) "
Ftr a yv three, d ). 7.!); "
For all f iiir of the Revi: s, 8,()0 "
For Blaekwo.;d's3Ma"7,U0, SU "
For Blackwood aud thuuuor Re.
views, 10,09 "
CLUBBING.
Four copies of ally or all of the ab'we work
will be seit to one adclre.,s on payment ol the r.-
giflar subscription fur three-the fourth copy
b,.iri grati:,.
(k,7 Remittances and cimmunications musl ba
made in all c.ses without e)expese to the publish-
ers --The foriner miv always be doie thir-u.'h a
Poist-,,aster bv handing him the atmi:wt lto be
remitled, taking his receipt and forwarding tive
receipt by mail, Post-paid: (r the money Vi:ay
be ertilor,,ed in a letter, Post-Paid, directed tc
the publishers.
N. B.-The Postage on all thesea"Periodicab
is ridnvod by the late Piit-Oftlce 1'.1w, (o aboul
one third theformcr rates, makil..- a very impor
tant saving i> ithe oxperise to m,! il su'lscribhtrs.
***in all the principal citirfs and town,
,fhmvghovt the UnPited `40tr f.s to wh"iich Vinre is
direct Rai!-Rold or Wat r communication .f/o-,
Ste city of .Awr- York, thr.qe 7er ioica!s will b
2 deliwred FREE 01 POSTAGE.
LEONARD, S'COTT, &. Co., Pnhiishlr.,
) JTmne 13 2-1-610u 11-2 ,'lflton **;t., N. w-Yor`!


Aimc~ia uan Commission Busti-
ntess.
D D.,.NFORTH, in contiruing the Auction
ea Rd ACommiszion Btijines.-i in Eui'aula, ten.,
d,.is, cordially, the thanks (f the original firm to
frrmer Pili'ons, P;d will be grateful lur the contain.
ued paitronage ol his Iriends.
Hlo' will, im the shortest nice, give special at-
tention Io ith followin,'n sales in Bdrbuur couUty
and vicinlyv, to wit:
AD31 IN[lSTRAT0T SALES,
REI-.ALf, ET-"['.ATE "
FURNITURE ,"
SALI S 0o HOR3E3, &c. &c.
F,'faiitil l, M.v 1'), IS 16. 2.-2t


Notice.
.IE Copartnershiplentl'(f,'re existing he
Iween A. N. McKAYr atd S. t. H. rAX
HOR1N-, hbts this day xpirh'd by limitatiop.-m
all lisenllo accounts will remain with A. N.
M 'K iv, wh.o %ill continue the business on his
owV UcCLU.1t.
A. N. M'-KAY,
5;. H. HARTSHORNE.
Apalachicola, 1May 1, IS46. 18-tf
She'acr:ff'"Sale.
Y vhuiie of a wr\i i.i fi. ia. is-iued from the
B iel'k of tthe Circuil of Frankli Counly in
i~iv4.r (it' \Vn G. P, rtlr ag-ai, st R. P. Rain; nd,
l have hthI!S d :y vvi d 'l ,on and will offi-r lor.ale
,)I lhe lki Mieid(v of July nexr, Ib)liretiueCouit
Hon'! dorr, in it, eitv oit AplA.whicoila one
i it rel Camra hine awd o:ie b x nivrcliandaze, con-
vii'ii-dnchi'rn.e\3s t ,r 1 ,mji'[, l.vi,.d on as the prop.
(-rty o ifsaid delelmnt, and sold io .)Qattltv said fi.
i'a. JOHN LUCAS.
Sheriff of Franklin Conity... >""'
Aain Il-c. i rl-i, Pi,.%. 3l, 1S. 6. C)P^ .
Albjert G e:-ere.-',) .f
v CALHOUU COUNTY.
Flihis Simisrn. p i
\ "vir "ot'"n ah." ;5 fa., tone, directed fr m
t he Frnjnklm Clc'ilt Co- rt, [ I,e levied (a
L,)t-s 1 a'd Block 19, in t" ie City(t St. JI-seph,
11d will ,ofi,.r the s vn f(1 r sa!e at 12 o'cl, k. n
tle fir-- IM c), (Iy in JV lly r xt, to satislvy s.id fi.
fta. Sale 0:1 the, lir"mit;.|
"ISA\ -,C IACK5ON, ,Z'hfI,
per J IV. M( )3ES, Deputy SI'ffN.
May '1, 14 72-ts

-- inaray egs 'a For Sale.
O N \Ved;,e-d,., *2-L h (if Jtime, 1846, I shall
expose for salo, at tiijiblic outcry, at tl'e
Court Hoisi. (Cou:,vil Chai 'h') in the city of
Apalachie(oli, one NEGRO 5^AN, about thirty
years old, s Id a-4 a runaway sPve, by virtue of
an act passed by the Le.islatitr0. of the Territoy
of Florida, approved Nov-:21. 1428.
J H-'N LUCAS,
Sheifi" Frf.i'klin Cuiunty. ,


COTTON SLAuEMET. Last
-_ year.
Siock on hand 1st Sepi .. .. ..... 4 3
Received past week .. ......... 45)
previ ,ut--ly........ 108J722
Toal .;.. bales 109,13:5149313
Exported past week ... ....... 2,S8)
previously .......... 90.100
Total ........... -- 92,930 137907
On hand and on shipboard not cleared 16,2U,5 11406

E,-,TPoRs OF P oororo FrO CM l, APALAI,.0OLA
Guiiiaiidacinii lsl epteinher, i5--.u-:d .anie
tI'nI in l.+t4.
"" -[-P z,. '"i re,,- M -1 l l,,r'I
wai nrR[F .XPoRTrE. i we.k ]ot-.V. Ir(T AL~seasrcn


n


May 23,1S46.


irf


Total to Fur. Ports. .1549.12-927 32427 .:5 ,'2'2
Toalt tr Pn. __ __ ^-'^ Dnilys, ITIj.dicies <& Chc-mi-eals.
'qew York ........... ... 7,97 .3()J22 -16M .24 ,,5oz, ]'Al .~ilSd;lJlelJll~
o ..... 534.123 t6.123:1.252 4 A NO I1-HEK s. ;ppiv ot f resh U 'riis .,Jst re-
Prwivl.-_nc' ............... .6965 .6965 ..8591 A ceived bly Bria R.-pnblhc, which inakes my
Pihilade-h'ii......... ...9 932 ...932 ..21)47 'assortmenit coinplvte, anid of the be-t qu lnv.
B-iltimore .......... .. *-" .2-194 ..2494- .155f: J. C. A LLEN.
New Oreans..,.... ..... ..... ..2374 .2374 .823W' N.B. M y Store will be kept open the e lire
therpoe.t................ 2040 ..204Z0 ..!716 Summer. All orders thankfully received, promnt-
Total Coastwise.... .1331 .571r3.58504 .81985 ly attended to and correctly put up.
TOTAL-,-BALES.. .............. 92980 1379W May 6


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Livorpool ..... 6 ..... 2 '";(3 .23 -.( 4 it -
I [ a, vr ................ .1549 .. 3309 .. 3309 .. 25S7
:a tz ... ... ... ... ... ...... ...... .. 2594
nu .... ..... .... .. 31C,2-* ** *** 5
" >rl ete....... .... .... ...... ...... ... .. .. ;
:.:.....: 0...... 9.. .... 421
Otlh~r ports .......... ...... .. .. 9550 .-. ,9 ) 1-4 91


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For Sale.
2 3 BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20.
0i\, 30 do Tin do 1-3 >,
50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20,
Braziers' and Sheething Copper,
Block Tin, Lead, Iron and Tin'd Bivets,
Bucket Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron,
Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and re-
tail, by
Nov 1 ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.


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Iron., Nails, &e.
O/'l TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
20 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,
20 Blacksmith Steeli Faced Anvils,
20 4, English and- American Vises,
20 of Bellows,
12, dozen Spades and Shovels
10 Coll-in's Axes,
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Card&,
1 case Rowlhnd'& Cast Steel. Mill Saws,
1000- bs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
W\ G. PORTER & Co.
Nov'29 4'I Water street.
"OLGERMS Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsam,
.L for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver
Complaint, and a'll diseases of the throat and
lungs, for sale by
April 11 H. F, ABELL.


Drugs and Bledicines.
I THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI.
CINES, which he will warrant pure
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of the day or night.
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts.
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 OF LIvERWORT, which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, i,
and has been for a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attend Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proofs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. "Franklin says a small leak will sink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
-- Apalachicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLOR'S
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it is
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21, 1846. 12-ly


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THE GHOST.
By the author of Ezekias Visit to Deacon
Stokes."
'Tis about twenty years since ABL LA.W,
A short, round-fiavored merry
Old soldier of the Revolutionary
War,
Was wedded to
A most abominable shrew ;-
The temper, sir, of Shakspeare's Catharine,
Could be no more compared with hers,
Than mine
With Lucifer's.
Her eye was like a weasel's; she had a harsh
Face, like a cranberry marsh
All spread
With spots of white and red,- .
Hair of the color of a wisp of straw,
And a DISPOSITION like a cRosS CUT SAW. -
The appellation of this lovely dame
Was Ann or Nancy ;-don't forget the name.
Her brother-David-was a tall,
'Good looking chap, and that was all;
One of your great, big nothings, as we say
Here in Rhode Island,-picking up old jokes,
And cracking theem on other folks.
Well ; David undertook one night to play
The Ghost, and frighten Abel, who,
He knew,
Would be returning from a journey, through
A grove of forest wood
That stood
Below
The house-some distance, half a mile, or so.
With a long taper
Cap, of white paper,,
Just made to cover
A wig, nearly as large over
As a corn basket ; and a sheet
With both ends made to meet
Across his breast,
(The way in which ghosts are always dressed,)
He took
J-tis station, near
A huge oak tree,
Whence he could overlook
The road, and see
Whatever might appear.
It happened that about an hour before, friend Abel
Had left the table
Of an inn, where he had made a halt,
With his'horse and wagon,
To taste a flagon
Of malt
Liquor, and so forth; which being done,
He went on,
Caring no more for twenty ghosts
Than if they were so may posts.
David was nearly tired of waiting;
His patience was abating;
At length he heard the careless tones
Of his kinsman's voice,
And then the noise
Of wagon wheels among the stones.


SUmnnn ftr tor iotc .

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 prescribed bylaw,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their reco-
very, and ail persons indebted to said estate, are
requested to make immediate payment.
B. ELLISON, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, June 4, 1846. 23-2m


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Jackson Circuit Court.
SPRING TERM, 1846.
The Farmers' Bank of Virginia,
Compl't. |
vs. \ In Chancery.


Thomas M. White, Adm'r, &c. ]
et. al. Defendants. J
IT 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 weekftr 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. H. DUPONT, Counsel and
Solicitor for Compl't.
May 8, 1846. oay30122-1m


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


NOTICE-Six weeks after date, I will 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 Ist of
July next, in default therein, his letters will be
revoked.
THOMAS ORMAN.
Apalachicola, June 6, 1S46. 23-Ot
NOTICE-Six weeks after date, I will apply
to the Judge of Probate for Franklin county
for letters of administration upon the estate of
Samuel Simpson, late of said county, deceased-
as said Judge has noted default in the late Exec-
utor to said estate, and revoked his powers to act.
THOMAS ORMAN.
Apalachicola, May 14, 1S46. 20-6w
NOTICE-All persons having claims against
Ste;)ihen T. Skillman, late of Franklin county,
deceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed by law,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their reco-
very; and all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment.
SILAS DAVENPORT, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 18, 1S46. 16-2m
o'rICE--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.
BENJ. ELLISON, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 4, 1846. 14-6m
OTICE.-After six month's publication of'
this notice, I shall apply to the Jude of
Probate, for Franklin coumy, to be discharged
from the administration of the estate of Oliver
C. Raymond, late of said county, deceased.
BEN. F. NOURSE,
March 2, 18-46. Adm'r. de bonis non.
" OTICE-Six months after date I will apply
N to the Probate Court of Franklin County,
for a final discharge from the administration and
office of executor of the estate of David Rich-
ardson, deceased.


Tarrant's Compound Extract of
Cubcbs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
in a few days-no confine-
Iment or restriction in diet,

found invaluable, being pre-
pared with the greatest
possible care, upon well
tested principles, founded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
I that a combination of sim-
ilar remedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable effect, than any equiva-
lent dose of any single one.' In many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely applica-
tion. For sale by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Mary Ann Rouen, )
vso Bill for Divorce.
John Rouen. 5
T appearing from the affidavit of the Solicitor
of the complainant, that the defendant, John
Rouen, resides beyond the limits of the State of
Florida. It is ordered that publication be made
in the Commercial Advertiser onee a week for the
space of four months, of the institution of'this
suit, requiring, him to appear and answer to the
said bill on or before the first day of October next,
or the same will be taken as contested against
him, and such further order made in the premises
as to the Court may seem proper.
(A Copy-Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
May 16,1S46. 20-4m


Found at Last--A Sure 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 PILE EMBROCATION" not only stops
all bleeding, allays pain and inflammation, sub-
dues that intolerable itching, but effectually cures,
like a charm, and in a very short time, persons
whose lives have been rendered miserable for
years. For sale by J C ALLEN,
Sole Agent for Apalachicola.
March 28, 1846. 13-4m




ACOUSTIC OIL!) ?
i ]\THE MYr CURE IM /\a

FOR the cure of DEAFNESS, Pains, and the
discharges of matter from the Ears. Also,
all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing of
insects, falling of water, whizzing, of steam, &c.
&c., which are symptoms of approaching deaf-
ness, and also generally attendant with the dis-
ease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten,
fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to
use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two
bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made
perfectly well. Physicians and Sorgeous highly
recommended its use. For sale by
J C ALLEN, Sole Agent
March 25 13-4m for Apalachicola.
Cabinet Work Shop. ,
jT'HE subscriber is now in readiness
to manufacture new, or repair old,
O tI Furniture, with promptness and de-
spatch, and solicits the patronage of his old (pay.
ing) customers, and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new ones.
PETER HOBART.
Shop in third story of Brick Building, cor-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov S.


Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
HEALTH 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 day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Hearturn, habitual Costiveness, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; they will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


/


AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 28, 1S46.
Circuit Court Franklin County.
Hezekiah Nash, }
vs. ) Petition to foreclose mort-
Sidney R. Ford and gage.
Elizabeth A. Ford.
W HEREAS, 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 (lay of August,
1844; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the
defendants Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford
reside beyond the limits of the State of Florida :
It is ordered that said defendants do appear and
file their objections, if they have any, within 15
days before the first day of the ensuing fall term
of this Court, otherwise said petition shall be
taken pro confesso; provided that due publica-
tion of this order be made in the Commercial
Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two
months, successively. (A Copy-Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
April 18, 1846. 16-2m
A'T' ClHAMBERS, MARCH 16, 1846.
Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Alphonse Loubat,
VS.
George W. Harrison and Marga-
ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
David G. Raney and Harriet F.
Raney, his wife; Joseph Itud-
son, Alexander McAlpin and
Ogden Haggerty, Assignees of Bill to fore-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort-
Bogart and John N. Hawthorn, gage on lots
constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. 9 and
& Hawthorn; David Maitland, 12 in block
David S. Kennedy, Henry La- El, in the
verty, James S. Branden and city of Ap-
Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola.
the firm of Branden & Murray;
Crumby and -- Dra-
per, constituting the firm of
Crumby & Draper; Wil-
son and Gale, visible
partners of the firm of Wilson,
Gale & Co. and JamesBrown.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the above named defendants do not reside
within the State of Florida, but within the
United States; It is therefore ordered, that pub-
lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser,
once a week, for the space of four months, of the
institution of' said suit, requiring them to appear
and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or
before the expiration of that time, or said bill
will be taken as confessed against them and such
further order given in the premises as to the
Court may seem meet.
(A Copy-Teste.)
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
March 20, 1846--12-4m
Franklin County.
FIRST DISTRICT JUSTICE'S COURT.
A. G. Semmes, )
vs. Attachment.
Aaron B. Marvin. 5
r-HE defendant is notified of the institution of
rL the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable
to the April tern, of said Court.


Abel was quite elated, and was roaring
With all his might, and pouring
Out, in great confusion,
Scraps of old songs made in the Revolution."
His head was full'of Bunker Hill and Trenton,
And iovially he went on
Scaring the whippoorwills among the trees
With rhymes like these-
See the Yankees
\ Leave the hill,
With baggernets declining,.
With looped-down hats,
And rusty guns,
And luther aprons shining."
" See the Yankees-Whoa! Why, what is that ."
Said Abel, staring like a cat,
As, slowly, on the fearful figure strode
Into the middle of the road-
" My conscience! what a suit of clothes!
Some crazy fellow I suppose.
Halloa! friend, what's your name ; by the powers
of gin !
That's a strange dress to travel in."
-Be silent, Abel; for I now have come
To read your doom ;
Then hearken, while your fate I now declare.
I AN A SPIRIT."-" 1 Suppose you ARE;
But you'll not hurt me, and I'll tell you why;
Here is a fact which you cannot deny.
All spirits must be either GOOD
Or BAD,-that's understood;
And be ye good or evil, I am sure
That I am secure;
If a GOOD spirit, I am safe. If EVIL.
And I don't know but you may be the DEVIL-
If that's the case; you'll recollect, I fancy,
That I am CARRIEDD TO YOUK STSTER NANCY."
WAYSIDE LACONICS
1. THE FUTURE LIFK:.-The necessity of
a future life is sufficiently shown in the fact
that so much is left undone of our proper
performances in this.
2. The birth of a child is the imprison-
ment of a soul. That soul must work its
way out of prison, and provide wings for its
future journey in doing so. It is for each of
-us to determine whether our wings shall be
those of an angel or a grub.
3. But for the soirows of the heart
where would the affections find their
strength? Our virtues only give out their
sweets, like aromatic leaves, when bruised
and trampled. He who has not felt sorrow
may be scarcely said to have known love;
since the most precious joys of the soul
arise from sympathies that are seldom given
before they are required and needed.
4. It is only where there is light that
there is shadow. Were there no sun there
were no cloud; and without the cloud we
should never see the rainbow. Our cares
are the sources mostly of our best plea-
sures, as they are certainly of our noblest
charities and virtues.
5. There are spots of field and forest
that always wear so much of freshness of
look that one-half think they must be favor-
ite places for angels to alight on.
6. Tears are the penalties of pleasure.
We must pay for all that we enjoy. If we
rnatch from Fortune, at moments an unu-
sua't blessing, we are instantly made to atone
for it, if only to let us feel that happiness
is not properly to be sought on earth.
7. How ray neighbor thinks, is scarcely
of so much importance to me as how he
loves, That he is a heretic may be a very
bad thing, but that is no concern of mine.
But I see no heresy in the bunch of flowers
that he sends for Any toilet, and the green
peas from his garden are among the first of
the season.-[Exchange paper.
A gentleman had been concerned in a
duel; the ball of b'is antagonist penetrated
his watch and remained there. It saved his
lifo. The watch was afterward exhibited,
with the ball remaining in it, in a company
where Judge PY!rsons was present. It was
observed by se eral that it was a very val-
uable watch."' To which Parsons replied,
"Yes. very excellent ; it has kept time from
eternity." i

YANKEE PPHILOSOPHY.-If yOU wish to
be happy, (keep easy. Idleness is harder
work than ploughing, a good deal. There
is more f jn in sweating an hour than in
yawning ja century. Few people however
will believe this, yet it is as true as Genesis.
Indolenc' is not ease-neither is wealth
happinesS.
A wo nan heart is the only true plate for
a man's/likeness. An "instant gives the im-
press'K n, and aa age of sorrow and of change
effaces it not.
l'pawB for a reply," as the dog said
whon he was scratching at the door for a


E. B. WHITMARStI.
S-6m


Feb 21, 1916.


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


State Tax Collector's Sale.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six
months after date I will expose to sale at
public outcry, opposite the Court House door,
in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin,
the following Lots, lying and being in said City,
as the ,property of the following persons, for
Taxes due said State for the year 184-5, as per
plan of City.


/


Lots. BIocks/f Owners.
2 40 Campbell,
9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross,

7 and 12 BP Win. Mathers or assigns
4 2S Dr. Meacham,
1 J If. N. Morris,


1Taa .y
S20
1 60)


9 5 .


1 60
Sheriff,
Collector.


,10
80


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


6 and 7


C2


Jacob IIarvey,

JOHN LUCAS,


and ex-Officio State Tax


Apalachicola, Jan. 21, 1816. 4-(;rn
A Card.
THHE undersigned having purchased from Mr.
B. S. Hawley his entire stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glas- Ware, Shon) Fur-
niture, &c. will continue the business at W/hole-
sale and Retail, at the old stand corner of Water
and Chestnut sts, and be-s leave to say to his friends
and former patrons of tlhef establishment that his
stock is complete, embracing everyarticle usually
kept in Southern Drug Stores, and from arrange'-
ments recently etiected, 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. 1.: F. ABELL.


PAINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White
Lead; '200 galls Winter Lamp Oil ; 300 galls,
Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass; 500 lbs Put-
ty; 10 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


4


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 ane white corded do do.
Ladies' fancy San Shades and Parasols,
Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,
Figured Muslins, Ba0arines and other -tyles of
Goods, for Spring Dresses.
Ladies' Kid Walking Shoes, B'rskins nad Gaiterp,
Do black and colored. Kid Slippers and Ties,
Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and Dunstable
Straw Bonnetts,
Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jaiionet
Muslins.
Besides many other articles which the subscriber
intends to sek very 1ow.
March 28 F. KOPMAN.


Thos. Clark,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
"1 CONTINUES to carry on this busi-
., At ^ness in Apalachicola, two doors below
the City Hotel on Centre street.-
tHaving superior workmen, he is con-
fident, that all vwho may patronize him will find
they have called at the right shop. French Calf
Skin and Morocco Boots, or Shoes, made to order,
of the latest fashion and most approved style.
All mending, &,c., done with neatness and promp-
titude, and on terms that cannot fail to be re-
cognised as in keeping with the competition in
trade and the closeness of the times.
jan17 3-6t
Cliattalioochce Hotel.
n THE subscriber takes pleasure in
informing the traveling community
that he has taken charge of the above
establishment, situated immediately
on thg 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
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 o'clock,
A. M ; departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-
days at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrives
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock,
A. M. ; departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-
pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via
Quincy and Tallahassee, arrives Mondays, Wed-
nesdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock; departs
Tuesday, Wednesdays and Sundays at 6 o'clock,
P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and
Thursday at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesdays
and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M.
The House and Furniture are entirely npw,
the servants thoroughly drilled in their business,
and all will use their utmost endeavors to make
the time pass pleasantly to the traveller.
A. G. MARSHALL,
Agent for the Proprietor.
Chaattahoochee, March 17, 1846. 12-tf


An Ordin-ance,
In Relation lo Slaves, &c.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Apalachicola, That from
and after the passage of this ordinance, the Mar-
ket House bell shall .je rung at nine o'clock, P.
M., from the 1st of October to the 1st of April,
and ten o'clock from the 1st of April to the 1st of
October ; and after the ringing of the bell, it shall
not be lawful for any slave or free person of color
to leave or be absent from their residence in said
city, without a written pass from the owner, em-
ployer or guardian of said slave or free person of
color.
See. 2. Be it further ordained, That the City
Marshal or Patrol, finding any slave or free person
of color at large, without a pass, after the ringing
of the bell, shall arrest said slave or free person
of color, and confine him in the city prison, and
the owner or guardian of said slave or free person
of color shall be liable to said city in the sum of
two dollars for the release of said slave or free
person of color so imprisoned, one half to go into
the city treasury and one half to the Marshal;
unless by order of the Mayor said slave may be
released or punished with not less than 10 nor
more than 3u lashes.
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That it shall not
be lawful for any slave or free person of color to
hire out his or her own time in said city, without
the owner, guardian or agent of said slave or free
person of color is a resident of said city, and then
only with the written permission of said owner or
guardian, under penalty of twenty dollars, to be
recovered of said owner, guardian or agent, and
it shall not-be lawful for any owner, guardian or
agent of any slave or free person of color to give
to such slave or free person of color a general pass
to go at large in said city during the night, but
the said pass shall specify the particular place
where said slave or free person of color is allowed
to go, on penalty of five dollars for each and every
such oflence.
Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That all ordi-
nances or parts of ordinances, conflicting with the
provisions 6f this ordinance, be and the same are
hereby repealed.
Passed by Council, May 13,1846.
E C. ROBERTS, Mayor.
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.


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


Dry Goods.
T HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. POI'TER & Co.
Nov. 29, 1845. 41 Water street.


Paints, Oil*b and Glass.
GIBSON & CLAPP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine, Window
Glass, &c.,
Will keep constantly on hand a good- assort-
ment of MIXED PAINTS of A1 colors, for Steam
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together with
a variety of articles in the painting lie, too nu-
merous to mention.
House, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting, and
Glazing, done with neatness, an dispatch, at
moderate prices, for cash.
22 Water street, Apalachicola.
Jan. 10,1845'.


A. G. SEMMES.
12-3m


March 18, 1846.


Franklin Superior Court.
William Wright, )
vs. Attachment for '$5000.
Daniel McDougald. 5
T IIFE 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


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


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


ulnmber.
JUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine Lum-
ber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000
feet White Pine, assorted from i to 2 inch, which
will be sold low tor 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


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


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.


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


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


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


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.


Havana Seg-ars.
50 00. b BEST Havana Segars, for sale
5090 V by WOOD & Co,
April 4 32 Water st.


?Leglal Notices.




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EtCIALADVERTISER I ITJLSflD BUiItU! m Dftcctorg.B. professional! NotiCtS.'VI. t Jottr2. She I left him and started for the house, Very.' responded the Captain, calmer\ ';'. .

C without saying one word. as he placed his hand upon a small drasi j f\\

EVERT SATURDAY BY S. haWley, SYDNEY GREEN M D. THE BIBLE. u 1 don't care!" said Charles; but he did knob on the back of the pilot house. This ,:
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r 0 T I WYIIIAN.t0TY FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, BY WILLIAM LEGGETT. care or he would not have said so. i movement was responded to by the faint -. .
noS, of Cor. Water and Chestnut streets, CG- May be found at his residence, corner of This little book I'd rather own He bad half mind to run after her and ringing of a bell below, followed iramedl-. ... .,

0$ct,Third Ealtiell'a and: Chestnut Building streets.TERMS. .corner April 4 Apalachicola, Fa.I. Centre House. and High streets, opposite the Nov Mansion 8. Than all the gold and gems, ask her pardon, and kiss and make up, but ately by a rpsh\ of cinders from the smoka -J,
Commerce That e'er in monarch's coffers shone his pride repelled the idea, and he threw pipe, and an improved action in the pad- .
D. BUGBEE. HARGROVE HOWARD Than all their diadems. :.
Dr. A. W. Chapman, Nav the himself down upon the soft green bank, and I dIes. I
were seas one chrysolite
Dollars annum, ,
-Three per is delayedjvtfi Bugbec & Howard, (ocr Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley, The earth a golden ball, exclaimed : 'Now vfe move again.' r
SffviVfn adWnceQcHf
NJ'' { payment COMMISSION AND FORWARDING (entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the And diamonds all the stars of night, I don't care !" Some' was the response, and a momentary
DOLan -
!\ta the end of the subscription. year, FIVE MERCHANTS house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. This book were worth them all. Next day, Uncle Eldred took the young: tremor pervaded the boat as sl1e'slid

Iot.* sd11.be demanded.T taken for a less term than six No. 7, Columbus Block, January 10, 18U. 2-tf How baleful to ambition's eye people home. The indignant Janet wouldnot along' right smartly. : .

tfo wto SVm\! invariably! charged fornnth9Rtia Nov. 1, IS Ij. ApalachicolaFa.! :II. E. Owens, His blood-wrung spoils must gleam! speak to Charles, and Charles wouldnot But the craft in our rear, moved like our A- discontinued until When Death's uplifted hand is nigh
o rapcr will be Samuel Schiller. life speak to the indignant;; Janet, and so shadow, upon the calm waters, and as we. '.
jpertod. | the option of the ATTORNEY AT LAW His a banished dream.
unless at ,
ll I arTeataZes arc palJ, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, Alabama. Then hear him with his gasping breath matters were as bad as they could well be. shot down the river, it seemed as if we .

Poopr etors. One square( (twelve lines Ccj* Particular attention paid to putting up family. CLAYTON, Barbonr County, For one poor moment crave, And so they continued for a month, anda had her in tow,' so calmly and uniformly f
tO'I.-: :inserted at the following steamboat: and ship stores. April 29, 1546. 2-tf Fool! wuld'stthou stay the arm of death, year and two years, but during all this did she follow in our wake. The excite- _
) CoapiC13USlY:: No. 49 Water street, Ask of thy gold to save.
rlp1) J. time, Janet was very unhappy. She blamed ment of the congregation on deck by this
dcc20 B. Krowii
Fla.David
rates: ) OHOie t] month,.... $2 50 _Apalachicola,_ No, no the soul ne'er found reliefIn herself again and again for being so unkind ; time had become intense, and it was plain .

Ont teaT.I.... .7011.1' Tnrt weeks,. ....2 00 G. Itaiicy, ATTORNEY AT LAW, glittering hoards of wealth, and wished again and again that Charles that the boats mnst shortly part company ,
in District of the Gems dazzle not the of ,.' *
the Courts
Sit m'l"'b"': ,. ......} oa;> Two weeks,..es ..1 50 COMMISSION te FOR\\ R DING:MERCHANT WILL practice : Gold cannot purchase eye health grief, would corne to see her, that he would only or 'split something !' The rascal! behind "t
Three mwjs ....., ,,j I J One insertion,.....1 00 States, and the State Courts of the ; ,.
Two: l ..' havin the number of in'=er- AND DEALER IN GOODS, Middle, and of Franklin county in the Western But'. ,here .a blessed' balm appears, speak to her, and she would forgive 'him! us took advantage of a channel' and !!t;
T .rti-"m.nrs ; No. 43 Water street. Circuit. 1-ont>-tthe\ deepest/ woe : with all her heart. But Charles would do 'helm-a-starboard/! clearly beard from i:} i
( law, are subject to exceptionrltkC book
who seeks this in
scribed by, _No 11.; ly -1* Apalachicola, Fa. Office in Tallahassee. .J.ijflt His tears shall! cease to flow. tear, no such thing. He came to the house very the look-otlt of our rival, an she hove ofT: ''.

STadJertU! : : bv, the year a liberal di Francis Kopmaii, January 10,1846. 2--3m Here He who died seldom. and when he did come, it was noi and suddenly fell along side of us! Th? -J .,
all adverti.ernents notftnrtly on Calvary's tree, J met.U went below at his throat '
TotS7illb3made but to see : parson once, to put
: ; WHOLKSAT.K AND RETAIL DEALER IX REMOVAL. Hath made the promise blest 1 F.
n rtainin? to.their own business! as SHOES, DRY GOODS.CLOTHING, HATS,tc "Ye heavy laden come to me ; J will write him a letter," said Janet, into execution, as we came up into the '
W. G. M. Davis
M U legal 1 advertisements( sent in by them, Cheap for C a. '", And I will give i you rest. "and explain all." current again, neck and neck ; and whea ': :.'

*c1l'!be chart; d at the u, ial rates. octl! Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.._ ATTORNEY AT LAW, A bruised reed J will not break, And so she did, but she tore it up, and he returned, we were running a twenty-five j ,

.Letters, may b.. addressed! to either the odi- I, {CtJ- Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite Mv A burden's contrite heart light despise and all! whotako; wrote another, and tore that up too. Thus knot lick, and the steam smack up to 4& !
tt: LtIJ must be rosy PAID to insure J. C. Allen, the Mansion House. Dec 13, 18-1;. ,
she about ladyof
degrees.
fl.T5 O roriet0TS' Wholesale. and Retail IValer in My yoke, shall reach the skies." was as unhappy as a young

pttrflloa.Charlei4! ._._._ ..._._d,:-U.. ___. DRUGS. MEDICINES[ PAINTS, OILS, A. G. Scmines, Yes yes, this little book is worth eighteen, in love and slighted, could She's: goins going-go-' muttered :. .,
GLASS BRUSHES. &c. make herself. an auctioneer ">'
Dfccctorn ATTORNEY AT LAW. All else to mortals given : to himself.
"jjusfncsfl !. also: ''' 2 Simmon's For what are all the joys of earth Now Janet had a slight acquaintance with A perfect non-suit,' remarked a lawyer. .
.. -' -- --. .- I CCJ Office, & 0. Capt. Building,
-- J prneral assortment of
--- ---- -- --- cor. Centre & Commerce streets. Compared to joys of Heaven. Miss Saunders, and Miss Saunders being Beaten but not vanquished. added a politician '
W. BOOKS BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c. This is the bur ",
John !\Iunn. Eugene Rogers. guide Father ga.eTo '
Rogers cor. of Centre te Commerce streets!, novfi Apalachicola, Fla. lead to realms of day :- about to change her name for that of a very ; nnd away we scutTded, side by
ciia,. Holers &; Co., _nov3: Ajulachioola, Fhi. A star whose lustre gilds the grave handsome young man, sent an invitation to side, fo/ half a mile.

1 r COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J. Law, The light-the truth-the way. Janet: to come and see it done. Janet, like 'V oulcl'nt she bear a Icelte more]" meekly .
Water street, I P. Hobart' ATTORNEY AT LAW, the of ladies of eighteen, asked the ,
Apalachicola. I MANUFACTURER: AN) DEALER IN: ----"'----- -. .. --- _. --. .---.-'--' -.---= generality young parson.
;\priI1.1IIi.\ CABINET FURNITURE.CC Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga. !QiJttUiUteoU I U. had no objections to attend a wedding, andso She's doing very well,' replied the cap ,

S. Davenport, : >"- No. 41 Water street-Upstairs, ro-!: Will attend punctually the Superior Courtsof went with her brother. But what was tain. Don't get excited, gentlemen, my .
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION nov16 Apalachicola, Fla. the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of. her astonishment when she found that the boat is a new one-her reputation and mineis

I MERCHANT\ Loclthart & Young, theSouth Western, and of the county of Thomasof THE STOLEN KISS, handsome young man aforesaid was no oth- at stake. AVe musn't rusb her-racing

Ni). 00 Water-street, COMMISSION and FORWARDING the Southern Circuit. may3 OR THE FANCIES OF A BEAUTY. er than Ch.Jrles-her Charles !* She would always injures boat, and I am averse to it;'

Apalachicola, Fa. MERCHANTS, John Bilbo, Janet was an imaginative rcature. She have left the room, but she had not the saying which he applied his thumb and

I,' r> Liberal Advances made( on consignments i No. r3 Water street, ATTORNEY AT LAW, was tall, she was slender; her neck was as power. The clergyman came, and the finger to the brass knob again-the bell

ho':HIV ft"3* in New Orleans, New York or nov30 Apalachicola, Fla._ ALBANY, GA. slender as a swan's neck, and her head and contracting parties took tlieir places. The tinkled in the distance and our rival pilot

LifrrpMl. April ISIS.It. WM. \V. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVER. WILL practice in the several Courts of the face were perfect. Let the reader imaginea ceremony proceeded poor Janet could bard- shortly had an opportunity to examine the
:
-' Oircuit, and Thomas and perfect head! and face, and he will he in ly stand up. She felt a faintness come over architecture of our rudder post!
F. Abell
Sims tV Caccvcr, Stewart counties possession! of the right idea of what Janet i her. I was acquainted with the engineer. I

WHOLESALE, DRUGS :MEDICINES.AND RETAIL, PAINTS, COMMISSION I MERCHANTS, Au;. 5, 1515. 31-tf was, and hOshe looked. Janet was very "Then pronounce to be man and stepped below, (believing that we should be
DE.\LFJl IN (s- OUke, No. (G Columbus Buildings, _._ .
1 OILS, GLASS *,<-., &('. dc1 1 Apalachicola, Fla. -- young-only sixteen-and Janet was a beau- wife," said the clergyman, in conclusion. beaten with our present speed,) and entering :J

';o-\ f uenerii assortment of Statinery.ir. subscribers Exchange. ty. Janet could stand no more ; her eyes grew i the engine room, said to him-
for the Bank of
( ,' of Chestnut and Water strolls, Cooke & Home. THE as Agents One afternoon-it was fouro'clock-.Tanei. dim, her blood refused to circulate, a terrible Tim, we'll be licked-give her another ;:
,are prepared to purchase bills on
,'1)1'1111 Ana1irhirolaF.i.: COMMISSION: ; ME U CHANTS, New' York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia or took up a book which was full of pretty feeling,: came over her spirits and she turn, eh ?" : .,

jr. D. Dartlesi, No. 13: :$t. Charles Street, Charleston, and check on New York in sums to love tales. Ah Janet was an imaginative awoke. I rather think she moves some as it is,* ::

No. 2 Columbus Building, New-Orleans. suit purchasers. creature. She did not put down that book The oil in the lamp was almost burnt out, said Tim. '

Fa, A IJRI'W S. COOKE. AMOSJas. : iIor.N. Nov 25 WM. G, PORTER & Co. until ten o'clock at night. and the light which it gave was merely Yes, but the C- is hard on us-give. '
0.1'. '2.lr) ; : Apalachirola. fl.b S. Janet slept upon one of the pretiest little I enough to assure her that she was still in her a little, my boy,just for-.'

fi. F.: -\LJUN', H. K. Stone; : II. \V. Brooks. LUMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned beds, in one of the prettiest little rooms that. her pretty little room, lying on her pretty I Step in here a moment,' remarked Tim :

jVourse, Stone it Co., GENERAL K EC;.EIVI F. NG Farrior. FOIt\V.\RIHXG, & Franklin been County appointed, offers Inspector his services of Lumberfor to the her father's house (it was a pretty little little bed, with just enough time to take a 'its all mum, you know-nothing to be .'
house) contained. If it could have been little before Charles and his father said, eh? Quiettheredon't! she
COMMISSION( I MERCHANTS, COM: MISSIOX M EH CHANT, public in that capacity, and will attend to all very nap, tremble -
No.\ 40 Watcr street, No. 9 Columbus lllock duties appertaining tosaid appointment. He may permitted for any one to see Janet enter her would come to take her into the country. some ?'

novl Apalachicola, Fla. __nov ) Apalachicola, Fla. be found at 22 Water street. room that night, and place her lamp on the -' I noticed, for the first time, that our boat
._ T. J. SANFORD. M. M. BUTT. March 23: JAMES GIBSON. table, and sit down on her bed, ?nd gaze on [From the N. Y. Spirit of the Times.] did labor prodigiously. *.'

o Ilenjamin Snllcr, Sanford & Butt, a certain part of the carpet in deep revery TIlE STEAMBOAT CAPTAIN WHO WAS But come round here,' continued he :

COMMISSION I :MERCHANT, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.No. I UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned and not see that part of the carpet at all, but ADVERSE::: TO "RACING." 'look, mum's the word you know.'

:No. 43 Water strert-Up stairs, ';Water Street, J having been appointed Inspector of Lumber see the lovers, and the father, and all the r.Y TilE YOUNG '('X. I stepped out of that engine room in a

4 Je) 1. 1" Jj.: Apalachicola: Fa.IflEMTAU dccM Apalachico1a, Fla. for the County of :Franklin, otters his services to characters, in the story she had! been read- Early in the spring of thi present year, a hu rry. The solder on the connection pipe had
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
Ih:1.. J. DAY.J. Avery &: Jones, duties appertaining to said appointment. ing-I say, if it could have heen permitted magnificent new steamer was launched upon melted and run dorm upon the scams in a

Dar A: Co., GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CORNELIUS GRADY. to any one to see Janet then, she would the Ohio river, and shortly after made her dozen different places, from the excessive .'
No. 31 Water street. March 22. 1845.T have been taken for a spirit, without a particle appearance at the Levee opposite the flour- heat ; n crow bar was braced athwart the
, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Dec 13 Ap-ilachicola, Fa. of flesh and blood. ishing city of C Gilt edged covers safely valve, with a fifty six upon one end,

: DeF 6 No..Water A palacliicola street: Fa. 'Y. A. & P. C. Kaiii, UMBER Inspector INSPECTOR.of Lumber-Having for the been Countyof appointed But or nobody. was. permitted. to. .see her, and enveloping. } Captain's! 'respccr accompanied I and we were shooting down the Ohio, undera

*' Franklin, the undersigned offers his services so Janet slept and waken l and it was morn- with invitations to come down and head of steam, chock up to 54 40 !

!hs tJIt;:" Protection! ), cents Insurance f for the"Co.jEtna" and insurance the*:*lianitdlawance Co. COMMISSION Office, No. 4 Columbus MERCHANTS Buildings, to the public in that capacity, and will attend to: ing. But it was very late in the morning, 'see her through,' upon her first trip down My sleeping apartment was well aft. 1

( Co." Hartford Conn.L !Nov. 1, 1S45. Apalachicola: Fa. all duties appertaining to said appointment.April and Janet got a scolding. Janet's mother the river. were forwarded to the editorial entered the state room, got over upon The .
19, 1SIG. BENJ. LUCAS. scolded her when she waked her ; but Janet corps in that vicinity, the chalked hats were back side of my berth, and stuffing the corners '.
*. Fred. E. Diias, Wm.: H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrongli.irIJ. was too pretty to be scolded, and so her 'numerous,' on the occasion. It was a of the pillow into my ears, endeavored
COMMISSION: Washington County.
FACTOR MERCHANT AND II. Kimbronglt; & Co., TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. mother thought; for she kissed her, and grand affair, this debut of a floating palace, (o compose myself in sleep-it was out of

No. 2 Colombo Block, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.& FORWARDING be sold on the second Monday in Sep told her she was the laziest and worst daughter which has since remained quile untarnished} the question. In attempting to right my- "

Dr f f5, IS5.\|: Apnlachicola: Fa. Office No. 25 Water street-Up stairs, WILL )(: next, (14th) at the Court-house she had, and she had four, and told her as the crack boat,' par excellence, upon the self, I discovered that my hair stuck ovJL so .

Apalachicola, Fla. door, at Roache's Bluff, in Washington county, too, thai Charles, whom she called her Western waters. Your humble servant was straight that it teas impossible for me to get ;

: Harper & Holmes far: Liberal advances on cotton consigned to within the usual hours of sale, the following pro- cousin, (though he was not,) if she did not among the'invited guests' and a nice time ny, head within six inches of the pillow! .. :

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or perty, to wit : make haste, Charles would come back and he had of it. I tossed till daylight, in momentary ex- "-
l..o, Havre. Nov. J 1,1845.: Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lyingin catch her abed. I found myself on board this beautiful lectatinn of being landed in Kentucky or -

JSyents for the COMPANY Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of: 1 should like to see him catch me abed," craft in close communication with a score of somewhere else, but we got on finely. 'Ve._ I
SDX MUTUAL INSURANCE Roberts, Allen & Co., the estate of Jacob A. Blackwell, and to be sold
York said Janet, though of course she would not unquestionable beauties. The company led our rival half a mile into Louisville;
the
of CUi/of\\ew COPPER for the taxes for the 1815. .
MANUFACTURERS IN TIN, HtON, I year .
No. Si Water street, BRASS, &.c. Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, lying like any such thing. proved to be a heterogeneous conglomeration and I immediately swore upon my night cap,
j.l,1sr 1 Apalachicola, F. ALSO, DEALERS IN on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of But Janet had just got out of her room, of character-made up of editors. law- I[ would not accept another invitation. for a' )

Hardware, Stoves, Britannia and Japaned Wares, mack tmc, and to be sold for the taxes when she met Charles and his father. yer, indiscribables and 'fancies'! -with a pleasure trip, from a steamboat captain who ...,;"'..' .
EdwardCOMMISSION I1cCuIy:
: Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Grate Bars, for the year 1815. Now, when Charles was a very little boy he sprinkling of non-sucb's.' There was a was\ averse to racing. ,
MERCHANT AND DEALER Su ar Kettles and Mills, and other Also; forty acres of land, lying in Holmes' lost his father, and a gentleman a'optedhim stray parson too, in the crowd-but as his 4 ': '.
IX DRY C.OODS AND GROCERIES: :' Castings;Ship Chandlery,&.c. Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ, as his son. 'fhis gentleman was Ja leisure time between meals' was spent in A HORSE CIIACNTER. loafer being :-,
No. 9 Colembas Block, : : Ap."LACHICOL.Fa and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1845. Uncle horses with his brought before one of the London .
Oct. 2j, 1S14. net's and so she called Charles her I trading we dispensed 'grace up
Kov23 Apalachicola: Fa. --- Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek, cousin. before meals.' Courts, the Judge demanded! \
___ WILLIAM DICKKY. J. W. HAMMOND. levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to trade "
What
"Cousin Charles, Cousin Charles," said We left our moorings an hour before sun- is your l'j'
Win. Co. be sold for the 1845.
v.LEaS G. Porter COMMISSION. Dickey & Hammond, Also, one hundred year and sixty acres of land, lying Janet, and Uncle Eldred, are we going in set, upon a cold afternoon, and passed rap- 'A horse chaunter, my lord !' ...i'A .r a {'
l IN' GOOD AND
MERCHANTS. SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS, in Holmes Valley, levied on as the propertyof the country to-day ?" idly down the stream, without experiencingany what! a bors chaunter, why what'sthat ) L-- .

\o..n 1 Water Street :;Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa. Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for "To be sure we are," said Uncle Eldred, out-of-the-way occurrence. The 'sons ?' "' ...

V ov29 Apalaohicol'!, Fa. October IS, 1815: 42tf the year 1S15. and in the country they went. of temperence' and the parson aforesaid, Vy, my lord, :aint you up to that ere ,-.:!
JOHN \V. COOK, Sheriff, Now Charles was as good looking a lad amused themselves with a smoking whiskey trade ?' : ''
Win. T. Wood,' II. It. Taylor, and ex-olficio State Tax Collector. l .1 to explain yourself.' :
as can be seen in a walk from the Bowling toddy-the boys were relieving each otherof require you 1f
COMMISSION MERCHANT, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING March 29, 1846. 13-Gm Green to Union Park. His hair fell in large. their superfluous dimes and quarters, at Vel, my lord,' said he, 1 goes round oj

No. 42 Water street, MERCHANT, & CLAPP, 22 Water street, have curls over his ears, collar, and everything.But euchre,when a tall gentleman who was 'some' among the livery stables, they all on 'em

' .>'ov? 29. _Ap%lachicCla, Fa. No. 22 Water-Apalachicola.!'treet, GIBSON received per schr Helen, from New it was very pretty hair, and as long as (when he was sober,) stepped into the cabin knows me, and when I sees a gem'man bargaining )<

ALBERT UOPCE. CHARLES PRATT.Dortsc -pept2 ly Orleans and offer for sate he could prevent it from covering his pretty and imparted the information( that a well for an orse just steps up like a teetotal .,,

Henry Hodges, 200 galls Linseed Oil; 200 lbs Putty; bright eyes, his mother, his father, and Janet known fast boat' had just hove in sight, at stranger, and sez I, vel that's rare'un :.i. l
& Pratt, 100 Refined Sperm Oil ; I'll be bound he's the beautifulest 'ead ..:
The cards ,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT said: it was a pity to cut it. So it grew the mouth of the Kentucky river. got -
SHIPPING & COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, 50 boxes Glass assorted sizes ; and neck 1 seed. ses, I, look at iz ,- ,
- 20 doz boxes Toilet and grew, and curled and curled! and everybody were dropt inslanter, the punches disappeared ever only :, ,> .<
Fancy Soap
No. 40 Water Street, 22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa. 150 lbs Tremont Starch; ; said it was very pretty hair, and the -and tnc 'mourners' were soon distributed open nostrils, he's got'Jnu like a nogomoJ' r r

_?o.22 Apalachicola, Fa. WOOD. P. 'v. CULLE.V.Wood 50)' kegs No. 1 White Lead; black eyes, which it did not hide, were very in knots upon the promenade deck, to tive, I'll be bound, he'll travel a hundred ':;';.'.:', :
: II. R. 10 Paris Green: 10 do Chrome do; pretty eyes, aud that Charles was a very watch the progress of events. miles a day and never vunce think on't; : .
: COMMISSION McKay & Hartshoriic, & Co., 10 Chrome Yellow; pretiy boy. Our''bully boat' sped away like a bird, them's the kind of legs vot never fails. J
MERCHANTS, '.
' No. 40 Water street, \UCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION 1 100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. feb28 9 When Charles and Janet got out in the however and the craft behind gave us ear- Vel, this tickles the gem'man, and he sez to :. :. <'

!v.1, 1S15. Apalachicola, Florid: MERCHANTS, Bagging and Rope. country, they rambled over fields, through ly evidence that she should offer no child's 'imself that ere 'onest countryman's a rale .
No. 32, Water street, PCS. Kentucky Bagging, woods and .across meadows until I they got play. The fat was in the fire.' at once-a judge of a 'orse, so please you my lord' lie W'. i'

4D. B. Wood & Co., Nov. 1, 18-15. Apalachicola, Fa. 10 0 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians. tired. They then sat down on a grassy bank, huge column of smoke curled up in the buys 'im and trots oiL I'then goes up to : ; ,,; '"

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Liberal advances made on consignments.The 4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by which was covered with grass, that was some- clear atmosphere extra turn or two was the man vat keeps the stable and I axes 'em ., ... .

r.No.. 29 Water street.ov.l,1S15. strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors.1 WM. G. PORTER & Co. thing like grass, for it was soft like moss ; visible upon our own boat, and away she vel vat are you goicg to stand for That 'ere :i't ;.

_N Apalachicola Fla. Sales. .at Store every--Saturday.: Nov 29 41 Water si reel. and if it had been the best kind of green went! A good deal of excitement. existed chaunt, and he gives me half a sovereign; '" r-.r ,
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--- Coffee. I. BASKETS London. Club Champagne velvet it would not have been belter. among the party, as the rival steamer, was vel, that's vat I call 'orse chaunt. my lord. >. .'

: Myers & Hlitchcl, 175 BAGS Rio Coffee, landing from brig Virginia -9'\J 5000 Regalia Segars, for sale by Now when Charles was little, quite little, clearly gaining upon us. A craft like ours, there's rale little 'arm in't-there's a good ,.- '.

COMMISSION MERCHANTS for sale by April B. S. HAWLEY._ it had been a favorite diversion of Janet, to with such a company and such a captainmustn't many sorts on us, some chaunts canals,'and. ;:- :

I? No. 36 "Water-street, April IS J. DAY fc Co. twine her fingers in among his flowing curls, be beaten.As some chaunts.railroads. : .; I .
1\ov 15.:; Fa. Sugar.HHDS. the the boat behind fell in under our
Apalachicola, Clover Seed. to bring them down over bright black us o. 7
Orleans 20 hhds.
New BU- "
-. FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover -9 5 perior St.Dry Croix, in store, for; sale by eyes, and then, when the bright eyes could stern, and we could distinctly count her The following in New patriotic York sentimentlately was;.." .;.,!" ..
&LVA\VYLE given
*'VM. A. McKENZIE. A Seed, for sale by March 7 J. DAY & Co. not see her, to steal a kiss, and be chased passengers,' a sort of impressing came over : ,-V.* $

Wylie & UIcKcnzie, April H. F. ABEL._-- aud chased, and caught, and kissed herself, us, that, by some mistake, we had got upon The ships of our navy, '.. : it
The ladies of 1 land ;
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Congress Spring Water Hlolasses. as a punishment. But this was when the wrong boat! At least;such was the expressed -. May the former our be full;riss'o, .+ .1.-.c; : .

No. 42 Water street, received schr. LeRoy, and for sale by 50 BBLS. N. O. Molasses, for sale by Charles was very little, to do so now wouldno opinion of the paison, as'be threat And the latter be well man'd. ',.',
-Set. I, lSt3.: Apalachicola,Fa. J TUST March 21 per J. C. ALLEN. March J. DAY & Co doubt have been very improper. And ened to go down stairs and take another "! ,?

-- .- yet Charles-the presumptuous Charles- drink. Our captain was a noble fellow-he The N. O. Picayune says that "In sora |*

Kiehaet A. Myers, Copartnership. their molasses.and 28 hhds. had DO sooner seated himself beside Janet, paced the deck quietly, with a constant parts of Texas, the absolute necessaries of ti;.,: f", '
bbls-
flCTONEER AND COMMISSION subscribers respectfully inform 211 TIERCES, 205 cargo wind'ard but he said nothing. A life, are whiskey and tobacco-bread and "
and ,
THE than he his arm around her neck, eye to
MERCHANT, 1 and the public that they have taken of schr. Swan from Havana now landing, I put "
No. 36, Water street, into partnership Mr. EUGENE W. ROGERS. for sale by [april 11] J. DAY &. Co. i kissed her! What impudence! What insolence 'bevy of the mourners stepped up to him, meat are mere secondary, considerations.. ;"'...
& 1 1SU. Apa.lachico1a Fla. ROGERS & Co. to kiss the cheek of perfect face, \vith- '
CHARLES a
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for Cash. "I'm lost in the:fly said when : .
I Wanted to Purchase ?' grief, as ; ;
J. II. & J. ii:. UnIt, I April 7, 1546. NEGRO: BOY, from 13 to 20 years of age with a neck as perfect as a swan'sand. that 'What. speed, Cap'n he was drowned in a tear..'/''r '; ? ':;' '.
'ACTORS! A of horse and cheek, and that face, and that neck,,full sixteen .Fair, gentlemen; I may say very fair, .
t COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Flavouring Waters. suitable, for taking care to a. summers old without ever saying, by 4 A smart craft., that, behind ventured Life's cares are comforts. ; and het tint has 1j'. J L
No. 48 Walur street, A N Assortment just received, and for sale by waiting in the house. Apply leave." Janet l. one. i ,. none must be wretched.' :,.t .;' .\
CO 32.Water.st. was ..
mchU WOOD & ,' your very angry very.:4 S "" .. "
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; .: Editor. : On 'Tuesday! .eveninglast! these. two islands exte'nd s ttr!rough\ : ...Dear v. ;:is ihVpeace.ihat has,! bet.r3.estore4.'l'h' o1e with 'two.:large.'(debtors ef'.the Bui1.' t'l.;A'Jt. ttrttt t CrpublisIiing
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,. w place, and) bp.trd'c1Ic h-ctuic of Mr.' WATTS oceans', the Atlantic and. Southern, Pii julh' lifhctier/imlicate t time 'charae.// arrange- !its affairs to-thejbest(advaniace.. and .- .Jr ?,following-- gentlemen, are' 'authorized ioar Foreiao 'Periodjcals-TA ,

::: : 41t upon the true :philosophical mime of ihe. flow, aiuVihes'; r now here Ilmd'athyri1nghiart, if r of J he-event.': 'A nearer. approach, -In the ilieyiare'of: : opiiiioti) Hat ho'very ierintS'hu15' Ag ents for theiCoMMKicclAL' ApyxBTiscc and will Quarterly. ;The JEclinb u' h, nl; .

:jliStX" hour, flux:" Vfluxof i he ocean. The except. inwards, th poles' ; we think i it necess.irily Iroe condition of.affairs' would he gathere/1, : / .wjll 'accrue' to the, hiiriiolders$. A full r r- receive iiIld're\chUor UbC1ipIiuu:"or advertise" Quarterly,, ah.tJ, 'l'/It ',JJtllmill 1 ,

l preYail Z theory' on This! subject I. to wit ; : ; ((.tll"S.. that.)thet two..'ramparts; !from announcement thai the' Punjaulf"had pose: of the! conditioiuf i tlie! Bank! will t p>e1','* m nt&.40> :' > *i. rri nl cEdnbll"1&

; i.ibat. iuesemotious, of the crt deep are i'iijar( .:mndeiminmnsmuuiue'( the character: ; (;r'dJIihie.r 'h e; ,' overrun, robbed; and reduced' 'J lo,. ily be given, nod ;a,.suspejision; l of public MESSRS. ?MAS3N,& TCTTLE"n 38 William- .Strref"' .n '
TJle.r
nroJoced'by the u'ti'raciive influence of :the ciiori if the entire mass' of waters., abject;::and hopeless; va-sajage; -that it his Op Qu.is.suJicileclfor'n: very short time, I. Nt"'v 'orl ltUJo-if, these perioffiC1&.t

'11 ,"'" Moon, was, strongly conimveiljd', I by: ,the, \Vht'nce.arist"_ that motion 'in the quarter been !made! an ;appendage 0'iI commercial [\Iacon\ Ulcssenger. DAVID BRAVO, F.*;., New Orleans. epitomes, of.English! P..li.in. ."diI.I.

4, 'lecturer and tlie: theory advanced, that this cf! ,t l.lJ-SO: tint: the. waters being coopedf co ricc'rn.Vhi h regulates. ,its exercise of .' \VM. W. Cm:,:vEK, *J.t Albany", Ga.: has l long since been.wrll|| :

: .*Urjgit phenomenon of nature is properly referable itl o n both sides, the ebb and flow .of the' sovereign) power upon' a calculation of i the THE LATE MAJOR R1XGGOLD JAMES II. WILSON: bV} Lutaula, Fort (i"inr&; Ga. from etabltbjt' '
Ala. ns to
IJAUDMASf flbr1crtitimnIiIJfl
attempt
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JACK
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i .... lo the diurnal 'motion of ihe earth '*ea,i .would! ) .become. _visible; 'wjctki.tIdY, since degree of extortion which will" yield the By ,the illtrnti tn of; :a friend, wear** able
nfl! east' to west. has argued, with there-is a double advance and also a'double greatest 'amount. .Iii" revenue. "The. peace to presentthe 'rulerVilli a brief and .nneiubei -. : OC/5" Our-next paper will be 'published; onTuesday es of the public at. ijJ4. ju '

," i,: much force1 perspicuity, that the rapid recoil," &C. of the Piiiijaob" i is .thai- which the Thugg 1 I ||:.hed:. sketch: of. life" paienlage! I and I 1 I after Saturday' next. The I change'. would he surerfitmns: and. idle.-. ) 'Pt1.till'

'; rnotion e'nh on its axis from west .This.jdea% of advance and) recoil seems 1IIi1l-.e's'"ith, t the victim he has: strangled., career of the' late Major Rirl! n1cl. 'whose I ru aryNo.ssbe. Foreign "

.,. to east, would necessarily.produce; an appa id enticalt'wimli M Ir. Wattiresistance. (or [N. O. Pfcai/nne. fall l amidst. the gallant and liermiledeemi'. of I 1111' the day of publication i J 14 necessary; in order is before and find Quarterly .
n! we iI ";
Tint 'currint of ihe oreiiin an opposite direction immobility) of the) water to the eastern motion '-" --, I th e. 6ih of May.1 on time fic.Jlluf Palo! AltiN to meet the! Summer Mail A'rran f'm nr. '0 ue. .

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I. ti'ig'.1 ,ss rapidly towards' the east than 11,1 i ils axis, .'mlll his gravitation raii-in- mime even around the 1 ylnrious :hievemcuts. andjsplendid ; 1. Abclard.
Ths Thmsday to I hive a mail once a fueJA most gratifying ; -
$it id portion, thus heaping up th; waters witer thus arlram.erlClpun the western *"dgeof I following JglVas on t ] victory of I that lI..a ill". His fate 2. The Countess llah".l1a',

Oi she, west side of the, great ocean/,, seas oceans, to 1 seek% i its: level (bv recoil) or 'jo I transmitted by t ihe President( of the United so sad. I his fame; so (biilli.mt, has awakened' reflection particularly in the present 3. Indian Rnfaays and the Ind

"4 ..and golphs, by this resistance of the waters resume, its spherical form on I the MI t face of Slates 10 both Houses of Congress : a lively intI'I:''. 1 in all that relates lo him. stale of our affairsvith Mexico, when everyone 4. Monkish t '

to thi rapid eastwaid! motion of the globe. ihe L glob! *. With such high authority to WASHINGTON, May: 28, 1846.' especially in t this city, wheie it i is r.otv; appaleiii'thai '. feels the deepest interest in time movements Legends and Mhadaf:

Thf w tide on the eastern shnie of continents sustain him, 1'1 r. Watts views cannot properly he was I known only I to be loved :andwherer ihe Rio (iranlle.r 5. Leigh Hunt on the Italian P r
To the Senate the United Slates: -onr Army on
was plainly accounted (nr. The flow be hastily rejected as novel and visionary. of his memory will continue: to be affectionately I 6. TIze, late King of Prussia.T4. .
of the waters in an opposite direction, was His views and) those of Lord Bacon I transmit a copy of a note, under dale I revereui.rule present sketch' is r But our cif'izens have; made grand mistake, JXiebuhr and Dahlmann,

accounted for by Mr. Watts in a manner, do exactly agree upon I this and other points h 26th instant: from the Envoy Extraordinary : from an authentic source jmd in every res- we suppose. thinking t that they are entitled a' on (fcRevolution. F
C embraced in his lecture which however and! Minister Plenipotentiary, ; of her entitled 10 entire confidence and So h
eqtiallysitisfactory.; namely;' by the principle peel rwe to a setni-weekiy mail in summer. therpartmnent"
of gravitation,'by which the water ihus were only offered in illustration. As Mr. Britannic Majesty lo the Secretary of Stale, accordingly adopt it in pieferetice to"one T) has decided, at all events, 8. Mozart. _'
heaped up un the eastern side of continents Waits did not mention Lord Bacon as communicating a despatch: under date the generally corresponding th'rewith, which 9. Adalbert! von Chammitso.

and the western edge of oceans &c., would among the philosophers who have investigated 4th h instant, received hy him from her Maim;mul been selected from another channel.: and the oldarrangement: is fastened upon 1s. o. Europe since the Aceurien .- '
cPhilippe.
necessarily flow back to find its natural( level I his subject, 1 presume lie was not :aware jesty's Principal Secretary of Slate .for Foreign The deceased was' i the eldest son of the u Verily, the citizens of those flourishing .

,. that is, to resume its original; spherical form of the essay from xvhich I have quoted, andthat Affairs. laic t Gen. Samuel; I Hill 1 I ell.l. of Washington villages, Put Leg," Pn Handle"; 1 1. Pictures the
; the of each is From these it will be seen that the claimsof en., Md. [Mis mother of English Ijffit Ii
,. on the surface of the globe. Mr. Watts opinion original although was a daughter and Pindertown."-in Georgia,-should
stated that he had invented machine which identical, and the one advanced so long before the two Goveinments upon each olher of General John Cadwalader. of Philadelphia 12. Political Prospects f cvrths
perfectly illustrated this i on mechanical I ihe other. Mr. Walls seems to possess for a ret iii n of duties which had been levied -a distinguished 1 citi/en in i the days ofihe I ferl grateful fur the ?cmi and tn weekly E>ist. -

\ I.- principles. I regret theory that it was not inI au acute intellect and a very observing I. I in violation of i the commercial I condition of1R15 t I t Revolution.t lie entered I the :11'111as I j I (mails: afforded them. Vilhges containing \Ve would respectfully call the '

rr hia power lo exhibit this ingenious machine and philosophical I turn of mind.! I If he has 1 have been fin.illy l : I and satisfactorily Lieutenant of Artillery July 1818, ,; H store-house, a grog-shop, a blacksmithshop ; 1n'of
leaders
to the
iv.1 our
to hi; aucienct. as he Mated he has dune on I not, as I suppose, he would do well m in make adjusted.: l i In making; m this communication, I ing graduated at 'West Point with iii aud! a post-office are entitled to bet fer adv"nismijfJ
.1.\ several other occasions.Mr. himself i familiar with Lord Bacon's; philosophical I '.deem it proper to express Ill} satisfaction; honor-being one of I the five whose n.iincs M J essrs. Leonard Scott & Co., in alumn. .
r mail, facilities than ) ()
; ; a eXl'urtin.15n.OOO
.:. : Watts mentioned) various authors; works, which would doubtless aid. at I ihe ;prompt, manner; i in which the I British were recorded as the 'most! distinguished 1 ol I[ city coates The reduced price at "hief

; vrho have advanced and maintained. (he Ii l'ti in his future enquiries upon ihe only Government; has :acceded: the sit eSil1l! :a i class. He was af once selected by ( t'III'- I.! h cotton aud! importing $:-3,000 of. dutiable periodicals are published in this cm

theory of f the Moon's influence in this recpect true principle of philosophising I namely, by- of ;the Secreiaiy. of State for a speedy[ termination nil I Scott I as one of his a.Is}; and I served j illrhat ; illljJurlscourse. <, from that of the cost of the ori inaflications

from Pliny down to ihe Sir close anti>l rigid induction. L. l of this alTi i r. I capacity; for several years ; Hn.1'f'r. enjoyed .
Isaac Newton and] from him down great to the JAMES K. POLK. in I a very eminent degree, I ihe confidnce ( THE SE.'soAIt external] thing1! combine l cannot fail, we should snppo

.present lime. E1m did not, however, cite THE rtEMEAinRAXCE. LOVE.It OF THOSE WE I : and friendship nf that t distingui..hedsoldier. to *convince us that; ul1lmrr's mine" secure for them .a- large circulation: ...

any authority for the theory advanced l by has been trily said t hat heart WASHINGTON. May: 2f>, 184G. Pending I the disturbances in South I in earnest. The small amount of shipping] when we take ;into consideration I ti! t
"every Sin With reference wlru has
: to :' passed Carolina; I lie deceased there
,; himself: hut and entirely relied upon his own I hath: ils own bitterness m ," and while I it is upon the IIIjPI.t of the mutual t I settlementof u I arid he has frequently expressed was t ( his on heartfelt duly, in jK>rt-the absence of( steamboats: at the their republication in this connmrya_ ":
ilhiMiaiions.
were arguments cogent and, satUfictnry.which Mr.I admit W.I I true that Religion 1 is a source of comfort claims on account, of alleged I inltaclions; griiiiicaiioti: I ; at I the II..aCt'fullennilialilln I i ; v hit: if-f lie scarcity of cotton m -the I unemployed employment S3fek is given to .a vast; nUIn ..
very and consolation '
;m amid all tin and affliction
sorrow of Great Britain; and the United Stales respectively id the I ii lobe the shade our own people it should
seems never to have read the tract of I unhappy difficulties>s between a por- I draymen seen in quietly induce a II
of life
i is ,nituralto love and
tit yet it t of ;the commercial) convention ofHIo. I.
great philosopher. Sir Francis Bafnn. on I in s'Iionll.' one around whom afieclions lion of the gallant; people of ihat State and I l waiting fur a job-and ai night the unlighted Sl)InC encouragement to be extended) tu'ft
our -
1 Il. I and 1 moie particularly t t lo lilt note ihe General I '
(
uvernlflplH.Vllf I I In-
; the
this subject, which he 11idlt have quoted 1 can entwine, and to whom we may which I hid:: I the honor' I to receive from mIn o i I i j cot. tiling rooms all give indication enterprising pnrlf'mp.nTIO have u.
in coirohoration and of his you I iiii; war occurred in i Florida!: i the deceased, .
strong .
support h Jee'UII1auacltlcJ; by m; dear and tender ihis I that t h ; the business season" is The taken: their republieation
The reier my o I subject ou I the In'h of I the present I then l a t Captain of Arrill"f'a'4 I 1 thereon; over. amongst us.
views. tract to which 1 .
was i ;
published surrounded
[ ties.i We be t kind I I -
< may livminy month I hav; now I the honor I to end. s<' I lo I I duly. actively various recently departed vessels I have all parried
employed services. *
in Litin ole two hundred aud, thirty and affectionate i I relatives; I and furl, I themeverrealyio i in C CONTENT OF OjTBER UTEHlu
: years ago the great aMionomiral I I I and you' I a copy id a despatch: which I I have: ie- ui"jveul umtit t the wasting effects of the climate had: I "\;)' more or less of our itinerant population. ESSESGE FOKJUXtL
comfort
h.fJr syuipithiz) <: : us.yet ;
from her : J
discoveries of I sa entli.: mil! before tin heart is j formed for (trit'im'1hmtp and i c of State Iii Majesty's; Principal I Secretary so impaired, his health thai he was: prostrated The 170tpfr -.et"iday rooming. for ORIGINAL PROE.J. .
1 : r ForeignfTiirs.. from whirhyou I *
di '
I t e.For
that great man had wiitten or advanced J anytheoiy cannot he happy except by the reme see. (Government
of the tides. l Huon.s: tract; has since those! lore. sir. hmr1ajety's I ill m I ihat.m campaign; ; I he was; rewauled 'by t the I
been I translated I into English, and I in ; I i There we and.hours : have not hesitated; I to ac'-eMe: rank of Rr.vvt1 :ijuir. lIe was afterwirds; i others are only: waiting in collect ;:nd windup and Georgia during the Revolution.
11 are moments in the history
I hriguage appears; in ih 1'. I third i volume ofMontague's I of every one when i the spirits becomedepressed lo the wishes of the United Slates: : (JovToment. elected by the Major: General Commanding : I I t bii Snes?. :!mm:! they will h: ie gone :ilsoleaving <2. Contributions to the History: of F,

edition of the woiks; of) that I illustrious ) i ; \Ii"ii hope seems I lo give as m communicated in one of our I r ii in Chief to (irfi: niz.! a coips of flyingartillery ; the city in possession of is inhabitants 2na.; .
waylo more recent I c.inversions; upon I this I matter. I and he .
philosopher, commencing, at page h despondency' and all anticipated pleasures hy'i, : directions j for ihe paid e\'ry possible attention proper. While the winter citizens 3. Spring Memories among the 3/a]
lEt V utII ill t III the instruction, and
52J. Allow of this
: me lo extract; few ; discipline:
;passages
i to have 1 fors'ikeu, liS.Ve
seem may-; of ihe, several claims; of the duties are at the North, "figuring round the ta ins. '
from Baron ou I this subject, in which Mr.Watts' strive such ou aceuiint arm m of the service. How faithfully he exciiied .
t a.jai'i-1 anil
; : feelings, I to
theory i is very ,.Jt..1. set forth, notwithstanding : l'allnllr; eheei.fulness. but all in vain; try! How re 11'\'ie.lnl1 rough rice impoitcd into Eng- 1 : his duty! iu this rc'sprcrHJe wonder "summer! boys," who stand. by old Apa- L. Poetry and Rel trion. Kb. 11.

: -Ihf true tat n re of I ihe diurnal I sweet th'Mi is ihe. remembrance of those w land from I lite !United Slates. 1 performances i m 1 of his admirable corps at I l lachi" through good and through evil report 5. The Right of Suffrage to S itt

.r. motion of the earth was not then ,' understood. love and rertct ihat there is least J have I the honor to he, sir Fort Mcllenry I I and. other places-;aud onih will Immigrants.
fully I lo t at i I one.hough Your still he nil hand to guard androteI
The first most olleclil'iron'1nr.; t field Palo Alto
two sentences of LordBacon's of! --fully attest.
h unconnected
( with us by rcl.niuuship. 6. The Widow and her Son.
U. PAKENHAM. P : her in these belligerent limrs": And I
: essay on ihe "ebb and: flo.v of the whose love is He never leeovt'rt tI from the eflVcts of
yet t pure, strong and ar The Hon. JAMKS: BUCHANAN, &c. his we can tell of those bird 7. The Butterfly and the Plover.
.' sea, are :1$ follows : deu:, ansi-iflw Imoe heart and. thoughts i we exposure; during I the Florida campaign; ; some "winter
.Tin1 investigation of the causes of the have; a shareIi (/ and when nrdeied fiom Fort McEJeriry U) lo I I who were so anxious to fly otTo when they T 8. The. Conquest( of P ;u.

ebb and flow of the sea, attempted, h.rh(* I I is not an uncommon occurrence lo I FIIIlEIti'i I[:Enclosure.: ] j join I the army in Texas the.., experienced 1 heard of the requisition made: upon ihe 9.,Polices of Snc Works.ORIGINAL "
ancients, and then neglected, resumed bv, IMVIJ l laid the hand of OFFICK.: May, 4. 1P4G. siirgenu at I this I post strongly insisted I I uponhis .
us afiitriioiiOlien
upon Governor of Florida for fear rOETRT.
SIR : On receipt: of de-patch, of tIm of being drtift-
the mnfers. hut t rather fmteied i away t than; i I sickt-ess ymr h physical inability to go I through wilhIhl I
,vigorously ;agitated in a vaiiety I of opinions., m : helpless, racked appiinch-s w ill m h pan, and; or we scorchedwiih lay; weakand I jlh of February:i : )la-t.: r,*s|>ectiug i t the proposed i > campaign.; : t But he strengthened himself cd, that if Mexico should! send} a fleet round I 10. Stories of the Frhntier. jVb. 1. "

is generally, with a hasty tinlicipaiion. directed |V\er.. Sometimes I I ihe cares and anxieties inu of tin I srtilrnTMii of claims; on account (for duty ; and as far; as known heie''I l liere to tmkmu and we should fight like It. Sonnets. To a \\Vintrr Violet.
to the/ because f alleged infractions ou the part I h IIf'Va never for au hour unfit( for service
JI0f1. ti l'Cltail correspondence of uusiuess oppress and, perplex in ; both of (Jre.it Croghnn's little hand at Sandusky-as we 12. Blighted Love. A Sketch. .
IJiitam
ihat : and lime United) States; S i IICt' he If>f111/ F,". He fell in the nVrcM
between i and} m ihe e I
!IOICI i at t other I times I relatives: may prove I unkind\ nflhrCco'ii f uerchl would; headed by the brave and gallant 13. A Night Piece.
of
: convention 1815.) being
motion of that oth. But lo a careful inquirer those whom trllsi'II. b-itile: of the 81h< instant: the same ball killing
certain traces of the truth are or nd I trmarlierciii''e ou we feel then prove (false :anxious: to give (lo the Government? ofihe i, i the horse under him and wounding him Capiain,: of the Apataehieo! Guards."-and I 14. Eaily Death.
"pp.lrll. ; I houghiheie
which. may lead tip surer conclusions.: i were naught] t woiih I living for as, 1 ii.I! ate I i United States a proof' ifnrsinceie desire mormlly.The should nave th*? ciry they needn't trouble! 15- Right 0!? the Mississippi.
to then I
The author afier speaking nf the cur- ready t to "ily away and l be at test ;" yet at I ih;,Lorls meet I wishes. recommended I deceased: w::i I to I Commissioners
of .
rents of ihc ; :01 various: eccentric the remembrance her Majes; I Iv'4 I) : beloved by his friends and I truly re- \V ,
oceal those could}
of uefJl.'C.. hope u well!
.lides, waives their investigation, and adds : and again I I Treasury to adopt the SIlIf''inn oiadelo ; suected! by all who knew him.. He was devoted get along very without t (IT* The Albany (Ga.) Courier '0(' Si,
% we are prepired:
appears; meet t new p t them.
.It is the second, the great si,-Imotirs. or difficulties, and overcome all obstacles! f,irllieirsakes. Stale r you. and by, the United S'ates Secretary; of to his ;profession ; and hf jus'Iy' appreci.ited ):. urday l last says :-An affiray look plat!jour ;

\diurnal motion. which we propose 'for ihe ) and 1lt1i'rill to cany al once into effect that t t : : the lespousibilitihs of an officer last Mr.V. .
though' SI I fiom sickness of f ihe r'Vt:: inadvertently om'ntei! to notice city on. Thursday between
as the principal .subject and aim pail I ) t anairjement: u which concerns j in command.,, ; II I I e riidl1'lIri'rl't'11 discipline I I- '
"prePn ii -yet (for them we would live, aud ivil- Great I Biitaiu I t aud which relates to the all I 1:1"1 week the election held in' this city on \ Wnde and a man by ihe ntmf'nCh
our discourse: treating of the others only l I lillQly, snfler.there. at all limes and iu things. ; and yet.probably .
incidentally, and ff far as ih"V roniiibute Ii LIthe llIllp are, who srek ihe applause rungh, nee cl.iim::mis. no .dlieer had; more entirely the Wednesday, 3'1' ifl'I., fur Militia officers elf cobs, in which the latter reeeivertlwe.

.. explanation ofthl in.lion." :".,iniHe; of m1IIV.; :11).1! com( I the companionship : I have now the s-i'isfaction; to acquaint respect: I the confidence: and :affectionate: regard I the 1st, 2d and 3d i B eits. So I important :I tents of a pistol three bulls takinz. efftt.ono .

Afier contending, and' as I ihink. very of I lie crowd: but 'far preferable; jsit :you thai; I have receive I -a letter from the of all I I his officers aud men I than the l matter just at this lime, when u ihe iniliua: 01 f entering about the region nf teFtrt,
c'early proving, ;hat t1it ',1h and of the Treasury; slating I ihat: their lordships) h.\C gallant: soldier of whom (his brief sketch I isI'f'
flow ( I i t to I the affections of the the
secuie \vhole
1 rrlll'i" acquiesced in ihe above country i is ,arming and equiping. t the others entering the abdomen. Heft;
six-hour tide is a 'motion of f progression. anil i jini'' and ; ; g n.Thp..
cere :' good, MHI will always deiivepleasiue F and i that I I Iliev will I rpCll1nlllf.nlatilln.1 should riot unnoticed reived several others hut without mild
not of tlelaliol and depression ;.and, after t : aud, c tmfiiit from the renpinbranceof give ; deceased! in a letter to his immediate pass -and the onl lJ ,
the j paMiient' of I the pei i d! claimants: on accountof frieiuU written the apology we i an make for this It i thought that he recottt
*
explaining why waters ebb and flow on those ice love.-[['/d. Seit. Courier. jut as aimy was possibly t deri- damage. I: may
the opposite shores! of Europe amid !<*|oridaat the duties levied on rou-ji'i' i ri-'i imported I :about i to march fro m ( 'amp; J Isabel; (but I I I lictiiin i m of our duty as journalists: is. that; our
t the same time, by I lson of the great PJUCH !RKSTilREO: I\ THE PtJNJAUR I HIM I this eoiiu'rv from I the Unit1.Ir.I m's. which, Idler w.-t not received until :after the attemion t The following, story in _ihe Union-
was so drawn
motion of thc Atlantic from west in east. This' is ihesimpie aunouncMiicui, in the Briijsh lu coMimiinicaiing Irs decision: to the s-II| intelligence, of his fall.I ) spoke of the completely to the' u Charleston JltTcIlTY'rv' & foe fi

from wider to nanower p.; i ns i necessarily; I i pipers I which precedes I the news from A'ueijran: Secrelarv Slate. you will I I state I extreme probability? : of a serum us rencounter ;accounts of t the gallant exploits of our army y rIll -irvand otire'-romedy. to be pJ..rr'1

forcing the waters lo flow to C'il.11 h.uio'r( i I Inlia. by th' la,1 t overland!: ,, iiii ii. *- P.aciis that,: !her :Majesty's. Government,, !have adopted 'vii I t the encmv ; and expressed sine i.onfi ( the liio Grande, and the virion: military, near the account of.. H"n. Taylor flibt'

\ shore at the same. time, &c., Bacon pin-iI. j restored I in t the Punja: :II bj"! Dillllis| i modest I't t it in Pill leli'iuei: iion| ) the 1'f>:readme, of I m fence in the fiiumph of our little army.ul movements almi naml, that \ e entirely; forgot
t the United States, ; which we copied the oilier cay! from.lI1
crets, Govepiuicnt lo s ,IisfIhf 1
: iaprmu' signify: a state; of quiet in thein >i with characleiistie I coolness. I he. also ;iul our own little Home Squad.The .
Therefore.. leaving the ,moon )let i us inquire I. s"n..f' which Christendom, recognizes a r'e I conntervailiuv claims, advanced: by her Majis 'erted(I 'to the great probability I of his own Mexican paper-the same which 'aseiti

concerning other corie>pondences ; epssllillllllf'ar: between belligerent, .Slates. .I iys* (foverniinent for restitution I I ; of the f all iu battle; ;! : and. in auticipaiiou; of I that; leciinii' r lesulu-d as follows :- m that the Mexican- Generals shed teams,'L_

aud from all the moii-ms of the I IJeaveriNholies i it.might awaken a feeling of Iadll"; Hilt excess of dunes 1 levied in the United Statesou event he made a brief will I which was. en-: Beat iVo. 1.-.louN H. HULL, Captain ; t hey fimnrllhe river so high theoy'.coJd

it is certain; that the! gin' nil motion the word "pea,-e" in I ihis t counei-tion.: has: I certain; Uriti-h I good*. MImi upcI; pii ir toihe I I dosed IM r hal| letter. His patriotic woidso EDV.'ARU ,Mc 'ULLY, Isr i Lieutenant ; A. L. _# ilV
is the shortest. and i is Iii| I 1st of "Ifl"nl.f'r. 19 JO. so soon, as those) the officer who cross it to wreak their valhnt lJiatrlnlt.l
:>ccomplished in ilieleast.period au a \ meaning.; I It I signifies i de-ol.itiof. friendly came: III his assistance CLEnTs.: : 2 J l Lieutenant.
J of time, that: is. in the space I It i t leaches: us I that another pioplhas I been claims.) shall' have been PlO:!iieioI and investigated. i ought not to be forgotten I "Don't; the cowardly invader: under his own **'
Beat .\ 2.-EuGI: E \\. ROGERS, Captain
of jweuty-four luurs. It i H therefore i in t ised: by time illd I sword ; thai; another em- 1 am (-I'. stay with me : you have; work lo do-go It t trenchments. :A

harmony with this that; the motion of which: |pin has beets swept by.thehcaumof destructiun i. ABERDEEN. il ihead.I i :m ; ; MOSES Si.tQUKFiKLD: t>t Lieutenant ; KENTUCKY VOLUNTEERSWhen Upro'Iaimeo

,. we inquire, which is yet three times shorter h a This fliiht lion. RICHARD PAKKNHAM.THE : Such wn; I the late Maj- Ringgold ; and Ii. S. HAWLKV 21 I Lieutenant. that the government had t.3lh

than: the diurnal one, should he referred When Warren FI.i$ting<:. :101/I before him? COMMECI \L BANK. innny such brave and gallant I men, make) our Beat J\'o. 3.- HE>RV B. KutcnouGu]r, on Kentucky for troops to .prosecute is
immediately to that motion -"lliflt is the Lord Cline, OVM-ITUII t the. C.irnatie de It is :1lre.HIknown far army small it is invincible' host.Baltimore .
m :, >tioy- and vj.e! that I ihis as an : Captain ; DE>JAJIILUCAS.. 1st Licuten- war agninst Mexico such was the zealot
o shortest of the [Heavenly ones," &e., &c. I jug every vestign nf I litimtu m I improvement Rank has slopped payment. Ou Monday i [ .: .t. 'ant' H.. B. lltma.ND. 2J Lieutenant. played. that two captains who ha' sttcctt. .
41 _ ; :
Wherefore, this belief sinks% deep into our i upon that broad and feriile land, whiNt yet I t last a run was made upon ire ami the specie p -- i in raising their companies, started t-;)
tni.id: aol looks a* it wero an oracular the ruins of towns aud hamlets and walled was paid out fot bills principally I'm small; MINERAL: RIcHES: Extract of a letter; : Should these officers ever he called) into capital to report themselves lo the gofers*

truth that this motion i is of the same kind I cities were smoking over their massacred( coJn. until ihe expiration of Bank hour: from Col. Charles Schatier, written near service, with their respective conipatiies, as ready to march ; one of them 00 :arri.Y1

I with .the diurnal motion," Arc. Vol. 3, p. I inhabitants, the British press announced On Tuesday the doors were closed, and Fort Wilkinson : our word for it ihey will give a$ good an ac at Lexington al'prispcllhal he WaSrceileti

-S2-6. that Peace was restored m India." Peace h hav: not since been opened. "COPPKR [HARBOR, May 14th, 1846. of : by the other, who had only left aIti
count themselves as in the .
Bacon.6n page 523. illustrates this opinion them) meant that there was not a man left; ) We are aware of the great excitement The news from Eaie River, ihe CiifF : auy country.Q minutes and immediately drove post &;

I as follows: I hat once numerous and happy; people capable S that I this event has already proiti mm cm'd, and Mines and the Pittsburgh Company is'so; :;;:" Since our last, we have had: much to be in first ; the olher learning the ohincreaed

:", 'The third inquiry remains. Whence : of making; a resistance to the I marchof will continue to )produce throughout the favorable as: to be scarcely: believed ; the ore i rain. From Sunday umil Wednesday I- his speed and both j0jnedk$

.*\;1 aoJ how ariseth; that reciprocal; action of time destroyer-that the angel of death country, and that: the people look lo the OUt in large quantities i is estimated as worth evening race until one unfortunately broke bi:5bar

the tides, once in six hours, which cotiincidcs brooded alone and in silence over populous public ;prfss for information, which \ve one million ol" dollars ; misses of native copper I I night rain fell almost incessant l). gy. ami! left an apparently easy contest !

with a quarter of thn diurnal] motion, districts reduced 10 solitudes. would readily give were it in our possession, so far uncovered: as III show from ten I to On Thursday ,morning the bkies were again his rival ; but. nothing discouraged. he

with tint difference lo which we Inve adverted I- These[ solitudes never again exhibited I The street rumors thai we hourly hear, are twenty t tons have: been showing I ihe-mselves dear, and since that lime wo have mild andpleilsaut geared his horse and) mounted witJrnpt '

? To understand: ihis let us supposethe signs i of human habitation and culture till not deserving of repetition ; and we have; no I in several mines. Native silvei is found ill : weather 'for the season-wilh fin mile and by taking a near cut beat 'brsa1l1
; whole globe was covered with water, as England had absorbed i them. Under the authentic j information, of the amount of t ihe I : some veins in masses \veighing I fiom one a mebreeze gonist to ihe executive chamber bitY

4- : .. .:;. in the general deluge we conceive the waters tyranny foreign"i ,t bayonets the descendants; indebtedness of the Bank, or of its rt'sOllri i ounce(: to five ;pounds. .You will have: heard from the norVest. perpetually. informed that .the_ number! requmirrorhaim;

as forming n complete and unbrokenglobe of I ihe 'ancient proprietors till the soil that: ces. The public must t therefore wail for ere ihis of the arrival; of sixty f tons of silver ready been accepted; in the m.ati IIms'

: would always roll in i a progression! !belongs lo them by) iuh,>rilant.) .. They some official: I aud reliable statement; which ore from the Pittsburgh Company' ; they ;t 0:1V have dates from NewOrleansto other came: up. when both crest (ailed-,

.J.JJ/::. f,on east to west each day 10 n certain extent breathe; by the suitFrrm.mire of i i the viec-gerent will!I doubtless be given them for we have have several; I hundred of tons ((308)) hekrled( I the Cth., but no later news from the Army disappointed inquirnd if they \\'ooJcl.
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;", :"L .7, I ; not certainly great space; on account I of a/egency as far removed as the diameter authority. for saying so. specimens ready. to barrel as soon as they: than that published in our last. have, preference in a war with Enla.!

.. of the remission and deliberation of thai : of I the earih. They bend beneath ,an invisible :j.. On the 15ih A/mMast.! ; according to the get the barrels." such is the'spirit thai pervades our coantrji.

", f't motion as it approaches; the earth, seeing : sceptre-they i eel its might; but not I its official; returns of the Bank the capita -- .or- The news from' "Washington by the -

.St the waters were no where obstructed) orconfined. 1 protection.. They have. been made to taste si tick paid in was 81 00,00(1( notes in circula: : :: FLORIDA, TURP"NTIThe.. .. : Jackson-: last mail is altogether unimportant. Mr. BATTLES WITH THE hXIC.sT.

:* '. Lit us suppose again that the) of what; has been eloquently said to be the lion 8145.336, making, with other liabilities ville."iVews of,the 29th nil. says : VICTORIES. The brie' u 1in-'
following
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,., whole 'laud was an i island, and that it ex- most fearful of all scourges-the strength of the total: indebtedness S 79.979. The resources 'We. had yesterdiy ihe satisfaction of Benton conclndeil. his great speech on the.

.. w?,.' : traded longitudinally between south and! civilisation without its mercy. nf the Bank; were- cash assett.s, cone beholding the f lust instalment of i lunpentin!! ;l;? Oregon Jurisdiction r! Bill on the 23th uli.in' I the principal hatsIeskbetwecn) the' Te% '

t 1t.-; ,* : north, which conformation'and, ; position must The peace now restored in the Punjinh.it sij tini! of specie bills of other banks.cVc. C'lwcl\b9., 'destined for export from East Florida since ,\\'bil'hh: is said he completely annihilated .and Mexican forces during' the ,ar oft

.: ':J'r ; restrain and obstruct the motion from 'eJ : i ic the peace that I llllfI t 1I1 has; loo often ., S72.1-J3 ; hills of exchange. Si 10.437 I ) ; its cession by the British Government to ,the'remaining f fragments the 54 40s. pendenee, will not be uninteresting I. !

J r:; { ; to west, we think that the waters winld keep ekm vIed .Mlt Thi-next''seiiienee! : to these i banking, house. notes, :and ol her evidence! ol Spain. Mr.'P. ( ). Holmes has sLipped one 'On 'the 29ih. in Senate. Mr. Hanntgan In I83!). ai thr- hat llr* of Concepliotth $ >,' .
:
I .: on'' in their direct and natural course fortrtlvie \ Seemingly glad tidings informs. us I that the debt. S3o.0l)8.) hundred barrels) frolll'Ihis place-to Savannah ; (;rss Fight large odds,. probably i ibt J

: 4 ,; but reverberated by thr shores of that, Uriiish forces are in po-session of Lahore ; Wh iHiHU been the business of this, Institution ;- .' ; ', on :,ccIunr') Capt. L'Enle.Ve moved, hy resolution, fur an adjournineu'sine ti> one. ,were driven from the field br,?

'/4:1 island would roll bick: in equal intervals : ihat; she jMalnrajili has. ceded I to i ihn Ii It. I since;:: these returns .\\'t're in-ide, we hail them ''MII earnest of what may heieaf'er I!I die. on the 3uih July, which:! rcso'u'ion! : T,'xbnS--and-at S.'n 'Anlno o. same '

:'; "; 7 thai there would be. therefore, only one I influx lian,Comjjany': I lie T<%nitory between, thft are entirely ignorant.% .N.ithpr can we i inform expected from t ihe Sr. John's Hiver.We was discussed and finally h,1: on the .l I t. 'hUt l*uwrrawexan- militia ClfP''!'.'

:. ." : of (he sea a day, and in like manlier rivers fleas and Sutlcj. and .he' tnoiintaiulist our country frif'nll"Vlrar; i is the. present understand lint this gentlem expects ,, (General; Crossaud eleven hundred K*
W. '. '"r reflux and J ihat; to each of these rict bet the Ueas! and the Indus 1 including v.tlnp' (if the bills what theft )
<. only one ween : or are hopes to m lO'tI.clureflvc'r two thousand t hat ri'Is DEATHS IN ST. AUOUSTI.NE. The Hon. soldier) .. ..

,. .- ::. about twelve hours would he apportionedAndlet ; I the provinces! l of C : usj jojv what ii true <, xarah.:' Toi make "1 1 this more jiif'm'siipiilaiions : will dt v llIpe"aJl., J
suppose :m "peaee : t learn.,' his ful.f'xp'erimp.n'-willJte', followed I. against Santa" Anna an.l"8000 met, nfiWf
'I .i of/iictrih'it the land "undivided into .;lIa 'are extorted from 1 the! iig! '- Since penning the above we hnve learnt'from III) n 'xtr"inter.hy? numernu&individ-! :, of Jhe Territory 'of Florida!p tiast 'until every Texian fell dead, ,,.*tif\\

:I ..''' two islands,jhose., namely, of. the old'and: which nakM. asinockery: .of .their sovereignly two of 'the Directors: thatthe, circula, .whopo8sessed: }less enterprise! or, at .and Ij' Brush,'of New-York.died at St.' Aiof;.: the .enemy,; 400._ t Colletta beat.

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own spoulaneous will, kijled) or cap- Mr. ii:. walk-Ing up to an immense terrestrial .. with each otber.'lpyou will, io make our 1copr.eveoLoacaezaayconsderable lion of its territory would por- PA35EXGEKS. FotLlvcpool.7(* .
tbit at Sn Jar.into bPret'h1eniorMrxio globe in the they cause peat Peystvamr ynes-Jas F Furrier. THE Al, BLANCHARD
l50 Mexicans, suspended centre of one i produclions more and more perfect, striving }' ship &apt.
erbn-1ti'putmjc
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tired iliflSatisfactiph/iaFraricei in -alP.probabiliiy. for New YotkM.AMvrti'
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( en of the rooms, and placing.his hand it. in the neutral markets oftlie : ,lljt.ciiard lias three.fourfhs r4 Lei' eaz.
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upon' wutldfor.pre. liave lqy an.cflll< J Foster fir tdiisMts ry V"r
would to ? a 'Giih ....
encounter.the > '
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till I Santa Anun ; am) twenty under, Deaf paid, Look here; gentlemen, and see if T eminence ; striving ''also, ;in our respective 4.Iiosiiliiy of the French Govrntm A J8}? 1 61. SlcChrsoey.Mr'Jcha: '>A ferj, ni; giiiLg on .* For Jreight cfiraifi I: Lbs ; -.
or
American ; nt. Mitchel. !f pdssaae, aptlj to
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120 same se'r. any can carefully examine the bninches : ,
routed : prodbction/tliat
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. s1 Mi' beat of our i wejnay ]fereierVnre' ib'M. (;uizot's. veryvrernarta.bjespeeches ; Per *chr Athlaadi for NewYotk-Cro irewn *; CHARLKS f OGF.KS & Ce, .
hundred and four 1000 globe
I 1639. one map and not feel gratitude: ahem and they may" .fWil! usf,, bui.'hlSping onfthe Texaii and lady; Mfstrs Hi-nrj S.
/ ; question show C1lyPenhiimnTn, HD.dg1
; $ Hi S iUiUn, and retreated into and just pride it steing the geocmphical that thiere.net'rs1iajj. he occasiuii40; truss | Ihat Kfiinre ausicliM 'grelit J Dovcfai-r Hmwn, L.ttrb-u* aid Cl8Ttz. r.orrew Forkl3tb Inst.'I'HE13 .

tzii vith ilie loss) of only four men. Jn position our country holds'upon face.- the bayonets of Britain and AiiiPrica army } to the preservation of very Mexico.as importance Pet steamer Violaior CvImnbu-marn'i Catinhdy'aid ,,- : : $Jlliti ; t dcit4t ui< PIOttr f

. 210! of llitrm repulsed General Here lies Asia and the whole East, with bloody field whatever."' (Loudcli6ers.) j separate 1WOCbid.fl; XWhe d: I.ayllW JNEER, Htrne Fcrdeck freight ---- -
1913.0DIY tiati..fl. and that from that Brooks td
apart consider.i- lidy. .
flI SUO:) troops ; t Arrop Salado ; 2GI its immense wraith. There Is the month of Towards the': close of his, speech on the Captain- II .JIO JenkinsMi.i l VVrVa- r a- sce, idTng up rivoti ( the lion it vrould reganl unfavorably; any further AsHby. Krbt iUr; Wm'II Ifcianp, a ,r-lv to tf;e nssier'trto ..
50y Mexicans into Mier) fought Columbia River, almost as Canton corn question the Sir f rsl MWr,5hr -
.tjve near x same eVetaiII Robert' aggrandizement of the, U. States: x J X C.'inrrhutp'; Win H Jtii: 0 : DOUCE t. FRATT. -
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fltff 70(1( of the eiiniy. as London M to New Yoik. Now l 1ii'rn' h Peel deieiminedtiot, to be outdone in poj j Mr. Polk it j is has declared loans; J JI MvKmnney, Jut.- U Adkm, Janjes -
Ii1 urn1 deriviI! l into a surrender. a little sprck: called: Europe upon the Eastern liteu'ess by the leader of the oppositiuti, true ; thru A bum. JI binqufieW, A Dodge, ieldeu, Chisl 1E'tW..YtItKT -
neither France nor England shall Mather ii Andr1..
but interfere l ,
))1flIl i *% bnt liertil or ensa'rt! !. I shores of the Atl-mlic, and a smaller! ?{>oke as follotvs : I in-the affiiis, of the American .continent : ---T' PIWT tflEUOVZ1? : .

JDj! j3J3two )hundred) unarmed Texian speck on its Western shore called New "The noble lord (J. Russell) says he but, then. M. Guizot has also dechrud iui ; EXPORTS.'i; i --,- PRICES REDUCED .

fld1fS| j,| Salado, f ttirke'l four buniredCI12ti England. iueludinjL'New! Yoik ijiv. which hopes that I ihc discussions which "have i( _the i mot formal manner: iu the name; ofFr.triee 11 AVRE-Pet ship Cotton Haater-n3 ba>3COtU'H. '- 1..itt S tite extenmv. E'taWIhmeLt (a'- -
'K beat : n'I .li 'dyear. have ei IT held the iradp of thi threatened S
guar I
pers iminru<(- region : t tie maintenance of amicable i ie- j S >
| that it will in spite of M Polk PRINTS I O.XLV.ET
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Contnmdore Miuirp. nf at the of latiorn with r. -BO-TON-Pfrbn? Pleiadei: -534 7S
section.
> fxpensR I'asiuiz; (/apt- Hoin the United Slates will be _
them. interfere: as often, and in stich NEW _
manner it YOKK-lVr
yut.aIafl. i j1.qit eI lii ; nital fi'rr.Ilid or i he Cape ?{ Good Unpe. tl, : South 1 brought to a fortunate close. Sir, 1 think I please? iu American affairs. I as chr Ashiaod-JCU bJcacotton. LEE 4s. j : I"i.l
them to retire. Tlif Instin w\tlmtic. I lu.liati say again, A DUET7STER
O ean. &r. Arc. Look can, apj.enl to the cour>e winch we have then t thai opinion is that seizure Per brig Rejnbhc-!; bilos: cotton.yj ,
--.v r iIIt'l! :i trrsitv. (PT :,iUiiire.; lie- I here," j>aid he. .iud,. tell HIP if anv % itier. pursued. ;:gdnst sc.uiie uihiq} ny. som- misrototructiui' Mexican lerrrmrv my the United any'State: of # 44 CEDAR S fRErv f, N. YJKK.Tfcw. ,

Tic,fCD" j Ynraun and T>xas. hy WIiVII$ IIi. iran cin give up I or lauier :, ay ih'f vailevof ) olne itiSIIItl9I I4)t: that I we -nt would be l.y Govpnun RECEIPTS FUOM THE INTERIOR. st.
r! tart boutnl IiT>elf tu remain passive in l the Columbia! and not, Esau like, sell were abandoning t tl I p honor of this country and!, doubt stonily also objected byFatiui Pr sts. mcr AviesbbI turpemjni. ro E all recenilv j ur. lias eJ |. r csJ *v.d nh'- t rrwdit.
therpsifipr1 h his : no by England. i'cCuIly, 15.irKS c na ;o U'tn G Porter tc Co ATGRE.V1LY REDUCED
llrl'' Mexjr mielit birihi-ij2hit ?" I ihink I I RICES wul
| ret
Vcontoi ran .lppeAl| to i lie past experience /
It 'would. ho. ludicrous i in P.r i"um ..
me to presume toadv'm r Viok-107 btlr cotton tu 11.11. itlroni >T .
{ CJD i with Texa ami must faithfully There will i lie snitrbe! noiice takrn. and of, t this Government, I that: it has been our American statesmen as to the Parson iCo; 5 io John C M cay! ; 43 H> J l>ay : : -.-- '-

fnf ilie galUnt Yucatecoes performed their mention made; of his worth and virtues, l.y. earritt! l !e>ire. by every effort consisiently to adopt in the ofafi'airs course & Co; SI to A N *\cKay! : 6 to Clus Kcgrr- & 2 Io G Cents (Per! Yard) LOVTEB'I .

those able to ilo tin in justice ? but tifVt'rout with the national humor. to un U"tamfinedyr ; ] present posture ; Co; 7 sc.ckd e >m meal to \V>le; vV McK izie; 5 JH.N1HiPRtCEOrAIRL! .
contract. _ _ but I sav to American journalists, : Wait do tu *:ana'I \ Spacer; IS.oQJJ laths to XV G H CC Purcnaser-
( of his j inuncdiati? f.iniilv.) \\jll j hr hp.more hit lullS wiih i-veiy country on (he face oj Wait Wait$ Wait and, in a few Davis.MARINE. .: ? r-uoarantet-d the priceifid
the Baltimore Pa- mourned. th"ri 'llhe! globe., yearsMexico all.A\ancps ni tde l Ia :irn The foliowinS S3JS sincerely hy.ihe v. i\A 'J'his principle: so long as we v/ill be but if w-Tr.wTh _. nn- __ '.- j -. : t-
humble individual! it ho. iti are i intrusted with the yours; yon attempt; (03Cdfalo (rrett an l ci-rrcctid djilv)
have been requested ioj ipit grip.f has I m.ina enieni of public
which wo it
tu seize now. or any portion of it, you IITP11T rtculatn the &rice flr.d .
ie thebar.d
in
{
; j is t>rihy of serious consideration : l penned ihpMlitirs.. ;tndA ho was onre. permitted affairs will coniiune to influence, us in wilf( most likely have to count with! England !! 1 lIi1iliIULiU..j. of bnv >r*, a"d ? rnt with; C'xxJs ordered.Mr ;
to call him FrifnJ. E. I; jespeci; I to ihe settlement I ol -
our nnloitu-t :cetv > Jn
and and
'INJUSTICE TO ARMY OFFICERS.Ve France, in tint case you may le-'j e u ISlG. 15-1 j
|II iat> e iliff I retires with I the United i i States'. pend upon it that England and'Frince uu-1 POUT: OF A1.LACI1ICOLA..LtieI; __s r-- t:
that the
\ sec ''l announced( appoint From the X. Y. Evtnm P..M. 21 inst. I j ((CIlPITS.) -- Franklin Ciicail CourT. 1
ted will be too strong for f
moiintpil' Riflemen 3d Re- you.LKCOMTK
1fnts for the or Ten Days Later from Europe.AUKJV'AL rrhis. taken in connexion with the resolution the CLEASED. IJA.NKL.N COUN> FLUU! ). ,. -
fimentof Draeooo* have heen confirmed.nmoncrfficcr { OF of l I lie Senate :. wretHi who fiied at Louis June S-Bnp Pit; i-idei, Carter, fcr Ecstcn, by erijria M.v Lrlfia,)
THE HILKK.NJA.Dtvalcon : ; gives us reason; -
every P huh has S
been D B
has hrt-n taken from ihe Arfnf ppe : not brought to i trial.; /It W.-td .tCo *. V Ftrecl
2J j Lieutenant C. Freoot the Crtgon Q'/i-stinn_Evr ptanlntcrfiifncf to hHi ve thai I we arc at the eud) of our diffeivin appears i ihat the crown lawyers; have some June 11-Siiii* CTOT: Phcter, Pratt, fcr Havre, J4Te; Y ) ;;sure cf Mcrtgge.. *
a : -
*tl0! that one icit.i our .IXi'fl .-JJ/'a'ti-Continwd PS.. Jird ihat a slmrl m lime i ou'v,' can by Nourt-p, St ut nf Jc Co.Juie :
([Brf1! Cpti") to he n Lieulfnunt Firmness in C'jtti>n-. tatt of ihc JMunty H h.3 j se hefoir the ;possihiliiy of a misunderstanding reason -usect;; I lh.it h" was I the I tool ofpoli'ieal : 12-ircir Ashitn Brndley. f r X York. J.'PiiE dsi iiUi'.T aj.u ell r.Tnrr:* are I hpr.hy rmctj..
l l.t 7nfl. At t one time i it was believed b'chr fid that t{ e |;tJtti')n ti. tcrI
ilrsTvin
Colonel This i* a 'cry fifiicrr; .4Lr1-Pas.sae cf&e Ltn fill intke heiwe E rfiU HuS'i. UVbb, f.r 2rw U.'ieir.d. se a tn ztg
< i ii iigiiid and America will that he Fchr Pidiiet ot th d.:-ftr.da .1 in hs: inttr.- r in _
been in swire ahnnt tislii years. JItuie cf CvmKon i tatc of rjJc viS employed by the legiti Sarton: f.r 2w Crlean? the dteam I bm.t _
I be
has be Sfc. Mnn\pil.
be r ; Ju.i3 13-Uric Republic: LittlrtieUi 5-T Nttv Albany, has ti.is day been f1d i in
mists
it
: lately; to l IIC suspected t that the.tce1'the *
( ii. nritoti. appear
tI is afl-ifl Iw I0have ( By th:? .Messrs.1 I llr.rttden I c\I Co.. \\e hite j I ll I would) appear by the following however he was itviteil to the crime the York, by Nourse, Stocr-: Co. i Clerk of sa rf C 'irr, icd thatjtd.rr.rttvj11

.connei ciffirpr* to remain in been supplied 5ii! Wiittst-r! : 6c Smiiirs', : I ihat t the liriii>li government: are not Descents of l.y republican be prj\fcdscr at the r.cxt ) .ii ftrm ..l .nd Ccurt.
the Army, when sw.li r ;sI i > un. to ap;>earati; i (-rs, but continue: rk ,
,made, in the houses of several -& Sarah Shealf St andj! frn Live
members of ,
? Ssn > wlm ''m'p l Jun -
1neni >rlnja 'i'iie itinsi ( he ti3.i' it, nc: s-M-I .*ttv fSiriie Pfrti'-ner.
upon trl d
heaped t mpiiiiiut | ; ( ( budget is 'to t prpcatifiouaiy measures : both I but po"!, to J Div -.v: Co. r
parties, t nothing discovered
service for mnrf ili.ui, fAi/ty/ yrars ai cl \ determined I to 1 his "It I of a Schr S Ro.-a. Webb fin "
i carry out I polirv nf Knropeau : j t is repotted tiMl liveniy gumiPr*, two criiuinitin clii nu ?% Orleans. : Tax: C'oliccior's; Sa.c.
"nw MJ"rsnr" rinkezl hy tins interfeieiMP in Ameiicau <; raci e r. The public opinion Jnne 12-Rris Al.ibtnu, A.ien, Ira P.vcfBce: !
are : -I Y
who piriitits, ;;nd geri'eau's. l o rorpoials. and tuo lujinliar- :? virtue t 'the
iower > e el law
i is. fir.-t. that in mby
-is ai ; the fellow! h id nothing to U'm G Porter v'c Co. ,
and!
officer. "f ycsn rday- all iIi" I that I the firs! movement will be tindc in ihc diets, under UIP command, _t) I ?idll
vouns who dioinzuiiiheilon i [ I of Ci pu. illackwooil. 1 ; I te do with I any political party; and had no M.An.r: A sXV"hitun! fm Chnttahpchcetrteuraf exi!) se f r sal-, bef re the CVwrtii
: our.z LieiitenanK MI : \I tx icii qn; si jim. I I are to IIP di-ip.iic.hed: bv t lie 1 HiiMsh i abcomplices. His crime r Vi iia! Vm Ve;hferi. tim Colmibi.te4lruir Hrg drcjr ihecou.ity ot Ciui.u.u i, on the rt
the H'm (;ritide! will he The I Nun.I [),ib :py S. Ci: rr. imf B.iliiiur, I ief 'government iu I I their I war t -I learner* I the Ter-i was the result of Lottm j:, An.. Itn Ct.Iuntbas Mondiyin N. iem'ier nesr, th*. is llnwinjr property

pnkrd h ihre new ( II! miiither Aiueiirau, Mini ier at C'lii' UiiiiiiMiif. ir- 1 >ride: to Oregon pailv next niotilli ; lite vesse private vengeance.; ( r o n.urli thvrect a? w 11 pay the >t.,te _

rea jriII.IIVP) i j. dune? in railing: ii th" rived at Liverpool (ill he 9Mi ul.! in the | \* tu lake an; adequate; of THE CROPS Llil Ut' VKS.SKL2 I.S' POUT t fax due I n the air e for t'me yetr 1543:-Tbir SV
of Diacoons., l liv which supply gnu* AND TIIK \vrni.a.-Al-: : \ te..' ton: ": 2. i.t : shi- rec,.. 1 ..i,, .
31 Rfji'nent' : >_ inp; n* ship Cincinnati: frntn this and)
: poit. t stores ; and 3000() ) excavators; ; mire lob* mo-t daily are our hearts gladdened bv the town t of loU
Solon Backnam
C donH ndj : 510 tons, for Liverpool, badirr en the ve-t, a tl the .4Itachjcr1%
L' 'o'' nant; ; '
.j j The
the ; rfl' ir most impoitiiiii I iicv\s; relates to I ihe sent lo ( lie same deputation; witii all I I pussi1'Ie cheering intelligence I that I,: the crop-s; id"Wheat. ;--S ';ai-i.m. Ri-.er on :he er-jf, pnrt'i.rripjj tr tt-1-1 .i tu, H. V.
will ro" i" ;"l'l' i 1t<* J>n'C('deiuH in ;priiiiM-$ pas>;aie: ot.i i ibe I Corn. { tU! i In third I < .M'd. This, force I) Pt-rj-"! 499 for
> a i riadiu? I p i :and i these men nre C.t itou and Corn ;afford unusual I t mc, fens, Livrpcof, S ridl. Alo, W f, S E J s.-rrion 14, nV. hi I,
tl> :M j'ir-' :and' CITJIIUIK; of I ih did !hDaIt's a iiv.ijority of 09. Tl'.i" ni tmntii tend!
y plate at 4 professedly sent lo the Hudson Cay Compu.y's promise of an easy and extensive harvest. I r a't-ztS, N and VY ; N t. } .* cionZ't..whi,1,
H-IIH wnit thrnij h tit,' FJoriila oYlork in the innming td"ih 1 Gm Ii. 1 leiritorv.'" i Edwin. Pirrc3Cy tons, .for Livcrpocl, loading rinst' 8, N and W liar ti
.fm nal
s.jcliiii
; ; r a l For the last few days, we have had repealed i T L .Xh.ch-l.. ; 24. d ito
W41'. a-vl are utnv fl44(3 in the Mrvicnn debate! whih II.H! (Hiiinr.e'i; tu'ih.ii hour. The I haily News is s.iid lo be a failure.Dickens showers, giving health I: and vigor !ii vegetation Elanch.rd.. Bl ncharJ. tons for Liverpool. 3,3, dio: 35, inrr.niLa. t<, Mnr.iz: to Th mas i'if.3iih .

sir. It is imn", **!''!** to rtiMri'ivo of ally The belief i i. cxpre-e>i ihi;; the bill uilljia i I I has left I ii.u and i the paper; is to be h hed and rendering less ardent the b.dmy Iu.dirmg-Ch.is ozrr C Co.Ii I j-iirig the !lanrfs! of Mrs Thmnas arid ihe

tbiriz more li-heirtni"2 *114fl I)1Cf') ;4,ppmnfmfnis. >s1h'- ll'Mi'.eiif I Lord I ii red in I izma uiul price.A breezes from the South. 'crr:. -- AlTtC1iCii1d! R' r. Als-, 4jacrfsldidpur-; | .

fist :all ih*? nffiririn j f,ir Army In ihe House, ol Lords, rw tlie.lSih", on LAHCK F.AILUP.F.: in the Etst; India and -[Albany Courier. Sarah SheafT. Sand?, -iol ton.-, for LiverpccI, lead i--i: tz beluig ta; Jarw hul-wn, j ining Jai es
J D
ing- & Null's land
tif th- rink nf C5"tiin: : an-1 al, ,v luve l e -nisserricr ii li i... motion of ihe !)ok. .* of Wellinytoii.; ,ihe lie Levant, t rui.--i lie house of Messrs.Ueattte : G.r.L.s'ray.-Turinz the engagement < y Co.ERICS.. .Al3,ft* afTf-rd.-arid!: rte Ar. ( iln- oni t,. belo Nim. nt.t known.
a > tt P. Mc-
S'P )Ioi>2 that it nould' lie j impo-i-ii- Corn_ I Law [Impnilalio'ii! I I J'ill i I I tva s read a lira I ?C ( 'n.. whose I liabilities; excerd a with the Mexicans on hiP 9th irist., many of Pioneer, He.irn, 2V tons, for New York, leading Crciick, j 'inin Sunh Xall'- a- d the g Arn.ona>
lie for them now to make a i livini in rivillife. lime i -lie [Duke of I Jiichmond alone [ of -Irmd.! tir Pra't. Xn. ,
million I krnvn.
saving j quarter a sterling i -excited some out I men were seen handing t iheir canteens not AN", th- bud, |,urj) JUSTICK.FUKEr :. nou-cou'piit.) I It vi' ordun-d t to be printed, little stir in London last week. The slop- t lo the wounded Mexicans and ; IIPII turning Alabama, A'len. 271 tmi3, fin Providence, wait- bslo'iirto tlif At al.irfcic- Land Com )anyIving '
in U'm Porter
G
a titi] read a second lime on the fuiIujnZ page; created I the more surprise as m lie t to fire upon those who still held out.L'i. __ _?_-__-nrn _p.r _Co__ ______ 1 i" the c. tnry i f Calhrui, b und, d est by the ,
I ? B"T'ATEiv Tin-! : FHEXCIIJIANTOF \Jouid.uy_ house stooil in credit. Sump Apahchit-i la River, arid west Ly Old Rivtrnovn ,
high of the Courier.
[
W ''t STR M 1 ET R t
A A TO'E1hAND E TlIfJ'2aS .
!
i; Austin
-\ as Bird l 1s! ind *
ad
The it F rbe
arrivals! of path Purchajc
THE SCHOOVE'5' CAT1IAKINE prnv<>inns in the Amcricii IincJiestrhmousesuffer.; ;and an establishmptiflu : < -
OF NE\V YORK : : vessel* coal Ia ii es to be much noticed, Liverpool, wliicll have extensive COMMISSION MERCHANT! and- ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff
fX-nSlcio
COMMERCIAL.REMARKS TJX
The schr. Caiharine. C; pt. S ott. ar- and occasions complimeniiiry patagiaph! in i-a miii icit: ions over t the American continent, Water Street, !SMav; 30, 1-Ii. Collecfi-r, Calhoun 2Z Co.' '
ihe London 1.u1v! in for it." Apalachicola! Fa. .
rveI this morninc from St Ja o dr CuhaOntheniorninsof pap 'is.ii ; re

sailinc (lflih May) whfrirhhm I is es'imated ihat :hrr wa< in Liverpool, ) Tm: P.NOVISION TRADE! says Wiimer fc THE MARKET. OTICE.-Mr. JNO. S. HUTCHISON r Dissolution.
()II ihe IDili!) ull.. eight inilljo Smith is brisk and COTTON -The transactions for the past week H pJP archil, n hitherto eNslinZ, between theM
i
jnnslmt of the Morn Cattle, the C. ) btisliels ofForetsn not ;prices are rtceiIi ii JLN cur authorised ant dnini vastier tie! French :, -* : irTonnirnt., Wheat, under lock and 895.000() Xeaily: all kimls of Irish provi.-ious himv'd; have been unimportant f.tcr, business in this ttmpirtment ia Slate. MATHER & BARRY. of D. DANFORTH, mir.d.r time firm, name *nJ style

fro'ii S.: Dominjo hound in. Sin pns* *d.atfirri barrels; I"imreiti Klonr. ,iearly all Amerirau.Durini 2 ivr11 way during the past lew days. can; >ediu nny be coridered clod for the sea vJtirie 13, l'G. .- Auctioneer ithi<> di&> derived CO-JAS.by mutual B. irTARR.

riinsi4ritv| ) out of hni'inj, ; di>tance, I : th<% ix days preTpding t the 5h: Mav.iheiiiimber 1 i a reat measure; by I the i iiisrnense :arrivals t-on-though it would teem to he otherwise from [ -CHARLES J. SKEPAKD i* r y $-ntAll persons trdebtrd to Said firm are co.i rsqnestfd -

an nottnucli nearer than she was to five nrl"n I
niliT vessels! \vhich had come out in t the Sound and I3ei! for Hn latid; was iwentv. I the superior quality of I tbe American; articles. i I- t this time.The from t'neSrateof Florida.JnneG settlement with D IAFORTJi, who i* alone au- *

company Alirr 'he pieamer; hud run in The Guam 'J'rade. both in London! and The Provi.-ion t trade with I t i lie Iii;ion blocks in the hands of factors would no 1S46. 23-4t ..1.V.. RIXALDI.Mr. thr.ri-ed to make settlements for Siid firm, and all

ahnai a nrf!<*. and received a pilot beiua Liverpool; I, since I the t! 'p irtnre i of I the Great promises to become one of the tireatestimportance. doubt be put upon the market, in part, provided -' C hir:13 aj-iinst it will be liquidated l by him.

close to he Moro. s 1i.! nva' obprred to i rtain. has hern exeecdtn deprs;) > rin
abs-jiice frota the
: our t.su.
roand w'mc io ihe iJisrourajing the first Peel's 1ff dates at New Orleans but the impossibility cf ; JAS. B. STARR,
tack nrnl manocux're s Oil* timr. and J Jit nucounta received moment nit was proposed.! ; May 3J MILLER & Co. Eufauh, May 12, IS ;JG.; 23-2t
'
intervals fired tuo gunShe tont1l fur from t all! the markets htld ou the Ssh and 'now some three or fuur years ao. The making freight pRgasementa to any extent fit ftvorable -

the sea came n.-ir. and h.iieilin! the f.illawin 9ih i in-taut.; l provisions are now cured in a style which! rate, with the limited t-tock ctVsh'pping ticiin; anti Commission Ilusi-

wonls! : Von d-n rascal. ed now j in port, no doubt, deter the few operators F OllEIG PERIOBICILL ness.

rThe answer wa ilit: orders given e onsiileriblv.; On every description of American popularity and better t prices iihe I result.The that have not left the city from entering the mar D DANFORTH, in cuntinnin? the Auction S

iamchin! ultin; hri ui f. would not bobryeil. Cotton there IMS been an advance ofJ news from the Continent; is not important. k et. REFUEL'CATION OF a :d C >mroi. :on B'l-'inw irj Kuianla: fen*

OMjer abusive phrase ; fnlhuvpd.aaltliteMj J to nearly a farthing on a pound! since the' l ; All is quiet even iu Spain and At no time darin? the extraordinary depression The London Qtiarti'i'Sy Review, d-rs, cordially, the thanks i>f therri'inal firiu to

were repeat pill v in ide that the siiitin:. of!' the IVitauuia.The. Port n nI. Jn France I the news of t the vote tli.it bus prevailed a'nrtn. the p-ist mcnth, growing TJse Edinnt jh Kcvie\i% f'-rmer p itruns a:>d will be grateful lt.rthe continued

si'amer w(*'ilil fire into her. utlR< it v aimmfcl'utely Su ::ar Crop from the V.*est Indict it of Congress on the Oreaon question attracted out i f the war with Mexico the \\ ithdiiwal; tfi j Tiie foreign: Quarterly Kcvicxv, patrnna will, on the ol his.-iwrri.t! friends.Hf notice. give

done. A bo--it. ivjth I a lieutrnitrire is estimated, will 1 lit- slum I ;ut t least onc-t Iii, d. i ; some attention Its eli'ect was to I credits: by Northern) -aid: lur.sli.-hho'ires! combined Tic Yctaitstc t eitiit.t thd IVillmviii sates in,B rbuur special at-

ai!. -tlt on hoard!, with a mese The '.1* ;utuier Caledonia; from Huston, arrived confirm: the c.oriviciioti which! had all :a iluti I with th hish rars nf treimt, h ive our l fluiik A encips AND vicinitv tf> wit: couutuncJ / 4

that tinier th" shr.. *et her t1-i. all I at Liverpool on ilm I4th tilt., uilh I l been entertained; tli-il wir would not take;; exacted the Li4h rites cf dL-coup.r: pud iu .w :' -u---v'-v'r ADMINISTRATORS' SALES, .
th. the dales; from the United Stales to die l !place between England; and the UnitrdSl".tes S RKAL ESTATE: I.
Me: mer commati'Iedvoulil: be
us4 i make; her do if ; that her commander is rumored I th.il ir I Robert Peel I intends I -and i the funds rose in i ronseqncnce.The l highest; \ have knnwn to l EI 2 demanded for CO FURN TURE '

had the power to sink I the srhooner.Anan to retire from public lift; when liis ;puldic Commercial accounts from the Continent days jjii; [ LiU!!?, and in g-neral n"s<>tiation.i hive The aOV3 Periodical arc reprint* d in NPWVi'ik SALh OHOR3E' ?, &c. tc." .
in measures are i safely i I Ii rum t: I li Pailiiimeui.He I t are encouraging.PARKDES T'.uf.i1,1I( .. 1 ), I lSt. 2.-2t .
pr writing ;4. follows was sr nto L been in.ice.without diiliculty at Ii per cent, wiiiciii irnrr.ed.attly- Ilit-ir arrival by t.-f l.nliji: -
the Comuian'M'r
at the first salutation, you railed me n d d well desire repose. piopositinn 1
; ani l until you apologise for sue h in- There floes not appear to be any thinj of I I 'ir Enslish creditors h-is formed ihe subject for ten days JM.-I in ?ooj Lioattn? orJ-r, with- MAGAZINE fictrg an exact !jcsiime : A. X. McKAT aid S. 11. HAHT

!& Iangui. 1 will not hoist, inyjflag." j interest from Spain.I Tbe j uisui ru ecu uti I iuGalicia. I of angry articles: iu tin: newspapers, and I o'lt augmentation of our receipj*, renders it i < t the Kdinbur! edition.Tiie t :roa.vE, hns thidjy t-xpin-d, by limitation.all .-
h If-is added he disgust which any 'vi- r.>ad fdinn of thi-s1 pl3dfd! Porireiul u-i-tfttk-il acrtur.txHl ri-rr.afn with1
Yours Resjppcifullv. as already: reported, IMS bet-ii suppressed to ( capitalists' A. N.
doubtfil wJifiht-r hey will exceed 110,100() bales,
dicih; r-t it ncetile-is ('h in M.t-ir
s nsa M-Kiv who
will
y ,
he
SCOTT 1 and numbers shot.A are beginning to enlcriaiu fur rvi rv species! i'p continue business on his
though tit? re;> n ne.Nick.| .- in th- inferior wmilJincrfare rJI-e. Aliti r frv -ni!?, tlu-\ stu d tar in ::UViince n'.va ucccur.t.
?Iter fil railway i i. ordered to be made! from of foreign invpsinieiiit Atorniv tinclingof
vhr. Citlnriue; .f X. York.rn. : I II
i them to 112,00' bde?. hould thfy come ''F any ucrks { -ii"Ur:: stsn.p; iii\v | ti'i- A. X. M: KAYiS.
Othe Madrid! tu t llie frontier of Fram. |lie bond holders was held yt'stcrdav in .
May lUth. 1S4G. l Inbed while the !
ticsl l lNi' of
forward. We luxe our' doahts wht-lher the pt : Cturi; a each i- ll. HAKToHORNE.Apahchicob .
-
No. 2. Ahuut hour ihns Tli, Knghsii refurin measure* are cxciiin2 London when I ibe. e> oi ;piopositinn was marked rarnl a'.d l .
one w-a< pacel. ; onowrii of th* coauirv.: exporting' from this place, by a dignity, r tr.rb nnn; hirh time ihe steamer wa< lieadeil some attention) in ( .'ruumuumv. A commission ) urjile by, t lie repr.'f entalivps; of (General; !i I'.iind: in work.f a p.irty: rh. racttr., -- _S
f>v J45, exceeds lUO.i.t{ bale.a falim ctf <;f ; ,
Cmts the ci hLi44fl.r',; 1)1w. and! ;z"t fowl. I ltm hern order d i lo examine I into Pan-des. id dtMir.mdiuc two uitlhoii! of 1110tifv They etibrrtce:! tfie iu\vs i f Jliie three great '- Snc. -

iftngIipteH, Mime damage; her (Tommanerintisiing I them and report to (j.ivpnimcii'. as a new Joan,, and consididat ng the f if i.y per cf ut.Vr -1 parties i'i FInu: itu!-"- 'hi/!, Ti.ry, ai.d liadic. IBlockwm I-- -BY virtue of a writ .-t (i. I'd. Mic'd fron: the '

on an nncon
a hi$ nrdfts; ami \ \officer and of "The packet which 1 i I will:j I I Million! Liverpool I ( TIIK[ EAP.LY POTATO CHOP.- It i ;s graiifyiiii the frtock i-f Ci lion iictu>dy! in town, on Tervj t'i;;? R.iirijnr4h! Review,"' U'fu ; a' F U'-n O. P. rfi r a ai'.sf RF.. Rjin;. nd, -
cie.v Clipboard ru"t cleared, anJ the caivicily cf the toanjjfe %V.-.thiirs-l-t.I-." II IdiC.] I Tr.e /'t rciir-i i Q'l ir- I have this l lavitd I.
h. learn tlipi ill-
lioMinzih ir Cajipii'i; j in hicisjon. < in a few days will I I I cmivry: to I the UnitedStates I| to ; early-plnnted poia- If
t tarlv" is den .
ted
IU-rirv hi-irisc %
piirt-Iy ,
the toes dnin v'l||I. \Ve h .- made, in po't, which we : ltas foilow>: ; nncipally .m flic 1-t Mmd\ of July nest, before tiicCfUit -
The wind from real I i imprrssiou produce 1 h heie, j are iv ; careful I
verv-lis'it crilicioittn .
was bales. to ; tin t.rt-i.tm! CYntiriei.t: I U'ik1.. Houd ; r, in tin- r.tv of ljrhici Ia
suck i f crtton in town .12,133 Ap < > one
e astward. The schooner( w kept by the late intelligence. If the resolution i i' iyquiry iu different parts: of t ihe country I The ruvs of the TU-rniJTs: are Jis- i.ka hirrel Carn hue "il
is : nil On; shiph > ud nt -|I' ired. .G,()>!2Touaage | > : ; o-ie b x m 'rcf! ar.d.2Pf con- .
oarnugftinj one or |XVo kimts. AfleiUtcal was i lit eiiuled as n threat or a hostile imsit{t and we find ill it in all cases whi'ie. due atjleutioti ;- ia port to fill up.v. 2.WK) one-lhir-lo' 1' e l rfigm: C"pi H, 'il xvlnle t'r it-iinichimp\3 ><'r I .L-vit-drnastheprnp..

explanations the! obnoxious words sure, it hits totally failed to have any effect[ i has heiMi paid; lo the seed iu its >uoJtpr ar< eqij..lly; well iret uj>, ti>y : f..rd :ill ihe advantage s-rtv" vl; said uefeniiant, and soM in
ere recaliH and an anolo-y 1VCD. The whatever, except) thai; it i is proh ltle \ir. fPakrnhaui selection and where ihe ground inwhich 9'V>>J tu time viKiLrlcan over the Enil.t reacltr. M.i JOHN LUCAS. PJr *

,O'esseU then parted.nral !. xvill I be ruipowt-r*-d to hrins p the it uas iihmtfd IMS h-eu suffi. iently FnF.aTTtXCP! o'jr 1 itt. two shi;>s have; been TERMS. Sheriff of Franklin County.Mrrl - p:

controversy to a prompt) and final is-HP. !j dry, I the result has been highly favorable., taken for Liverpool at 11 16c. and rn ements PAYMENT TO BE MADE IV ADVANCE. i, Mat 3 ,, lSl ;. 2->-?,. -

DELTa or GANSKVOORT MELVI LtE.-A The London EI-OHOH-M sla:rs. i Albert G
ett r retried by the! IJibernia, from an considers high and iu>f1|(tirstioiiilitc. auihority TIIK: ARMVIV RFLND-e: iioders'andI (I \ h.ive no nmv eri5. grrant to report coast- {t."or ariv two, dn. "JOJ | Amrne., ). CALHUUX -
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1nent American merchant of London that the Oregon qut-tiinu is ou the point I I that 300( ) men of the (jili regimeui are or leredI I wi.sc, thI I lu-t hdxin? Ifcu m-ideal lc<. A brig j Per any* three, d >. '7.1K FlicSirnrn. ) COUNTY.

ears the heavy of a satisfactory '*eiilnnrni.*' I 1 1Tiie I Ir to lie n rpaf an aliu5, S fa., t-T ine.directedlr-ci

loed IIJ1OZS of the death of our neivs sli tel, reached I Kn l.in'l of i Iii r! ; tioiice under? M for Croftou. Th'yf O.ir ock of Cotton exceed? 80) K) bal.s the! rapicity F<.r BIektvo. d's Ma.tzt: ;*, S.U'J( B the; Knnkln; Circuit; Court, [ hive levied in

and distinguished, ) fellciw-country- ill" action of the United St.ites >>>oiteaii'f; f aip u j it| \j' said, destined for I Hudson I Bay.; of lonnag: I in port ; about 13M of which i.-t =, Fcr Blucku'ood and thtlour' Reviews L' r 1 andJ?, Block ll, in the E'itvu.t St. J. ph.in.l .

ni Canscvoon Melville, Esq.; Secretary, House, on I the Notice l 1m11. cius-d a great Sir Guy Campbell I I having: returnd i fiomI I however, provided for by a fcliip to arrive undeiCOTTOX 10ODCLUP will f.fl.-r the s. m tor sal? at 1'2 o'cl.ii'n '.

f Legation to the Court of St. James. nmny discussions i in the pi ess .m-l! pmiuent I IIT.VP.: has resumed the command of ihef u I cli .rfrr. BING. the fit M'r' div in July nexT, to satisfy sid fi.fj. ... 1'

Acorrc circles but seemed to proiim e no fr.us ii Aililone ilj'rr': : : TltP first division 67ihi I Fear copies of any rr all of the above work Sdle oi: the jTc-mi-f. -e

non Commerce Liui'-rieU. to Cork year. 5 ibr sub3crij-tioa fwr tiree-the fourth CDJJJVvj. per J W. MOSES: Deputy Sh'ff.. : :
says : all I fears of a collision are at an end, and I| en niuic on Friday last, 15 ;
Stock hand It ..4llecrivtd 3 b grati- May/\l: < n 2 -t3.1
on Sept t-mn !
My
..Aed ?c1lVln'amp| with' lime honored de. ih.it Mr. Polk has implicit! 'li.leuce .U i j| in he replaced; by I the Hoih I i Lighi I iiliiit: ry'. pa.-t week 453 .-' Renifance5: } and cr.mnunic.tiors mint? ha I : -r-

< w s1'ori. but of such a character the CLint fl II;isire of peace; as he IMS, m ideno uiiilei Col. Mauuvll: from Bulierviiit. MaJ jirviiiu-ly. .. made in all cases without e\icise{ tu tiie pubh her Runaway Nc J'o FOP Sale. : I
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IIi! I reco"l> thin for ronfiict. J jor Siawcll ami squadron of the 8h: R-ival. ; Il Toul..bales: ___-109,135Exported 149313 -
t' it preparation a
r be any ;, titr j -The former rn4v ahvy!* be t'oe: thnt.u.h a' We.LiediItis. i f Jnr.e, IS4G, I shall -
bitatej.Ioroten i Aiilfiltn| a mii)( ) We leant from \Vilm .V Smith's Kurof H'u|: : ,sirs.: are en route from Longford topSLiuprii oviously p-ist week..................9U.IOOToul .2..SSv) Posj.uiasfer by handing him the arr.c-u t to be expose f-r sale, at ;pnbHc outcry, at tie .

a 'liv' 'Iy nia :"mation. and c-h-iste:', ppan Times, that iut identally the siate ii 1 k ; and Colunoel MtCall I. and three ... .. .. 92,930 1379I remitted, tiuin his receipt and forwarding th> Court H' Ha (C..U' cil Chiurer1 in the city of

iti'eCttag) -Mr- MwaC'fiel lv nature I the relations; wiih America was: lirought tinder tI t- troops with hrad-q .;arier. are ou march to I receint by mail, Post-paid : r the money i ay- Apaljchirt.li, nuie NEGRO MAN, about thirty

a "i beirin2. a p'verfnl intellect, the not ire of the} --i ouse of (iii iii uiioii.; I[ Cahir, there to be siitiiuie'h.FtNCE.: On hand and on shipboard not cleared 16,2oi I I4O ba eri<*lo pd in a letter, Pcst-PaiJ, directed to: ypars old!, s Id a-t a runaway shve, by virtu? cfan

rid ner7' atvl(| a determined, spirit on the evening of th? '.1 6th. Lord John : the publishers. n act pa3ed by the Le-. isldture tf the TVrritciy .- :
'as E:3Tz: OP COTrON FHOM APALACSICOLAs N. 5 fl.-Th Postage on all them periodical* cf Florida, approved XiA21.1; 23. a
a.lflhirilinn! .1 all Who lliet I"1"- Ru'sell made.n p'ointed allusion to ihe i subject I- There do s tint to he intelli-1gctit'
appear any
4the 1'ride Ciin.n.acIu: lai September, 1515-iud cin nietini i? rwl'ifvd by the late Post-OfEce >.,, to ahnut .v. J )HN LUCAS *
is of every Am-ric in Louden.e and.. in doing so. delivered IiinIf in *' of moment, from Franee.OUR 1544. traki' t- '" ,'' ShenS"FranUia .
iJiird rat's, Ctunty.Mq
deTIIIIO one thrformir ; a very important -
to bet4 infrr.ts iit f our the following craceful .and lirfipy.tcrin| : J L : MKXICAN RrL.Tlos.-TlIP Paris ; = TPi1ri.t: 1j saving i'i the f-xperi e to m> il .u'l-cn'otrji. 23, IsiG. l. *

i HL hi,f UmrJr, hU nthtisisastic ;puriotfroiui .' Looking at one of lie grealpst! iMiijins i iof ivnrrespninleni of Wiimer & Smith's.TimesJ [ ''S wrJlITUER; Rt '1 *;? Trt all the principal cities and lutsns'lliovghotit AAnclion

<' warm h-art. commindp<)1nul the ?liuiip.! I am Irippy: tn'Klnl there are j speaks of our Mexic-iu aflf.urs : Livr"nt-% .... :I... ..... ai.tt-h ,4O'S: the UniteibStoify to i&tieh there i' adirfct and Crtmuiission DUStS

l:4tinZ: friendship c.fs.11 who symptomsv; (f returnms iVrliiiiisi' of IDitj/ 'I'hme state of afTJirs ,between tli* United I1iVIu ... .... .... .. .1549'. .3309. 3309!! .2337 RaX'RozJ or ifVatir cornrnUflZCaliOflfrO1e'__ / 'ness.STARR :
IIOt3ored with his acquaintance "i-F and !!o'ilt witj. \VhMn I read iie| spppche!* |t Stites .:sti-j! Mexico 1 excite ron-ii leni'ije' tri I- .:;- .... .... .... .2594 1 1tntz thfcity of JreirYork, : & \rilconihw! ; > the Anrtinn and' I

theme conversation while at LnnD 'If \y, b;:err'CalhoHn, anil mhers. I I furgpt twrest here ; but little is Wi I fhereoi* .either, Tne.-te... a .... ....1...... ...... -deliv'Tfd FlIER 0? POSTAGE. 'CiKincys ifl. EnDula Aljbamafthrf -. .
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was A'Mfrira...... ( rpIin .... .... ... .I. .. .... .... .2421 1 LEONARD, -SCOTT, & Co., PnhlUhf n fi the suinm r, al l will pay'strict attentiod; -
) her in iintinns, her 'all the idlp! ineuacp wafted fi..m t ihe other! conversatiou or by ihe.. : t
; j .newspapers. The .. ., .;.. .9.50; ,950 J.151 U .
.. : .._ J-ine 13: 24-Gtn 112 Fulton' .. N. w-York.! to -i11 srvxii c rtsi med to thtlr care. I
DQriftZ her future prosppri;* and ahir"l"R'h side of the Atlantic. I trust her Majesty's | later, however carefull, translate all 'jhec Total to For. Ports :Tiwo; )27 32927 15J2 M-2,1SlG> : 234tJScolicotoxicon. '

>ie P12su! the ,,f M ,rrh hst. I IIi 'I GireriiU *Htiwill hfi able 'to fix fjsillv, ; ill f 1 iiitllienre thry e.au filth in the Am-fran ,N wA"ork. .... } ( .2-15)) Drills, Medicines A hciniculs.ANOIHEU : :--

la7phc.reuf. r''inC' ni .njr nilM, viiitiWi n z 'limit* Avhirj) divide the dotYiimoo* nfjjpr or English! jupr/bejirngupon'ihe?; ; subject, ",:,... ..... .... : .25244 uiippiv .of Iresh Dnia-s ".j't t rt--_ or Poisons fciJxisocts \

'& an'' *Pe"lin| "tinny davs3j. d 'majesty "from ihose' of'ihe !Utm>d SfaTps:; | OfVoursnvthere. i U MirbtieQpimnn! thattif ... .. ....- (; ; .8591 .Bri? Rt-pnbltci which makes my "

ln.b. company. J shall never for and, I :trut the convention nr irraiy-whlfh:i the pnorjlcviis of MexicanslgcY fwarwii t.. Pnttade1iI-iii. .. .- ..932 .aw) ? ;ortment romplele, and of the bM. qn llv.: TL7ST received rvrbrir PJiwer vrih'wRl ifl

Cur Wlt CaiTlhr>d2e. Bassinj: under vhajl.set! p. tliat hound ry- will he hut the j jpj j tthf Unjtril! States they'irill.cflrible (. tei r-U Btltimor-.:. ..'.'. ..2-t9I.2194, ..155' J..C. ALLEN. i roperly apIIi.ii, jniIja1slvZti'rTnIflateRiIee
N v* Orleans.--. .- .2374 .2374 ..833 t:)
N, B. Store 'will be the tjiSnmrner. -
btnearchways My kept e Cnckruachpi Ilea" &e. .
reiude open re M.-sqttttcti,
along !he Amo walIi c, > of a'mgre intimatp connection be.tween licklngV From wloit.Iranenllect-I Other potttT..-. .. . ..17J6 ,
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rough thee amTiKe ._:: : Al(orders tharrkfutIeeeiyed,pcm 't-. &cLLAL.io.: Fly Paper, for the d strnction sf&es'
';tOf141111X' same doors and b1ts, wh'cl' Ii us comtnnnwealthof a am of opinion thatj.thc; ( .IJntted .Stjte*, at 'Total Coaftwisa.... ..1331. 158504.929SQ1 Jyaf tended to and correctly put upt* for'sale by ,J., C. 4LLN. _

ooce. to,jnaoy great tncti, Yree people ;that we 6hali"c3rry on together present. were to attempt tV fbaquer Mexi- TOTAL-r-BJLLES.., .... 137907, May 6 f ; -
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THE GHOST. Important. National Work. iLtgal Notfct1J. 'trminf t tr t01S' Notfcts. I II Drags andg iaediciaeT

By? the author of Ezckiafs Visit to Deacon THE STATESMAN'S' II I I THE subscriber ha,

Stokci." MANUAL Jackson Circuit Court. NOTICE-All persons having: claims against: I I constantly hntonh:\: i
:: *Tf about since AnEL LAW A, NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION OF PRESIDENTS' assortment
s twenty years SPRING TERM, 1846. late of Franklin county, deceased ,
A short round-favored merry MESSAGES, WITH A The Farmers' Bank of Virginia, are, requested to present the same duly CINES, which bewinSygl
Old soldier of the Revolutionary HISTORY OF EACH'ADMINISTATION, &c. .' Compl't. authenticated, within the time prescribed by law,. and of the beat quality rN'

'Var Was,wedded to In Two Handsome Volumes, 8 "vo. of over V!. 'j In Chancery. or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery to their Merchant to call and Planter* "i I
'_ M. White .Adm'r ; and all indebted to said advantage examine .
A most abominable shrew;- Seven Hundred Pages Each. Thomas &c persons estate, are Goods. before a c.
The temper, sir, of Shakspeare's Catharine, I IN HANDSOME et. a/..Defendants.T requested to make immediate payment. N. B. purchasing elsewhere. k
MUSLIN DITTOING. Physician's
Could be with hers the Court affidavit thatRobert ELLISON; Adm'r. the of Dispepaia Bil prescriptions I
no more compared T appearing to by FOR cure or Indigestion, and put tm '
Than mine PRICE FIVE DOLLARS. JL ***. Williams, one of the defendants, Apalachicola, June 4,1846.. 23-2m and nervous Headache, Constipation, care accuracy at any hour of the day
With Lucifer's. resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida, Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, flatulency J. C. I

Her eye was lik a weasel's; she had a harsh THE ADDRESSES -AND MESSAGES OF to wit, in the State of Virginia. It is therefore NOTICE-Six weeks after date, I will! apply l &c. For sale wholesale and retail: by March 21 Cor. Centre and ALl

Face;like a cranberry marshAll THE PRESIDENTS OF THE U. S. ordered that said defendant appear and answer the Judge of Probate of Franklin County Nov5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist. Balsam or Live rwo"

spread said complainant's bill of complaint, within four for letters of administration upon the estate of REMEDY most perfect is said
INAUGURAL
With spots of white and red,- ANNUAL AND SPECIAL, months from the date of the first publication of I Joseph C. Burdsall,late of said county, deceased. Tarrant's Compound Extract of A disovere in settled Consumption

Hair of the color of a wisp 1" of straw, From 1789 to 1846. this order, otherwise the said complainant's bill Said Judge, having ordered, that additional Cubcbs and Copayia. C any of their incipient ,,

And a DISPOSITION like a CROC.3 CUT SAW. With an Original Memoir of each of the Pre of complaint shall be taken as against the said bond be given by the Administrator, by the 1st of Stands unrivalled for its on the Chrono-Theral system, b "*D

The appellation of this lovely dame sulcnts, and a History of their Jldminislra' Robert W. Williams as and for confessed, according July next, in default therein, his letters will be & efficacy; it performs a cure Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated n>edS l

Was Ann or Nancydon't forget the name., tions; also a selection of Important to the form of the Statute in such case made revoked. Jr Lt in a few days-no confine- Genuine BALSAM OF LIVERWORT *

Her brother-David-was: a tall, Documents and Statisticallnfor- and provided. It is further ordered, That a copy THOMAS ORMAN.: 57' 4Jh1 ment or restriction in diet, pare at 375 BOWERY. This plan hichhL

Good looking chap, arid that was all ; mation. of this order be published in some newspaper Apalachicola, June 6, 1346. 23-Ct ) i is necessary. It will be now espoused by several eminent cef .
One of your great, big nothings, as we say 'RI Y found valuable,being and has been for
COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES, printed and published once a week for four months. "VTOTICE prepared a long time, the 8tt"; ,?
Here in Rhode Island,-picking old jokes, -Sixs.ecksafterdateTvjllapply '
: up with the
D. 1846. I I greatest unparalleled success which has
Dated this of A.
eight day Way, ,
them other folks. BY EDWIN WILLIAMS i. attene
And crackin? on I i to the Judge of Probate for Franklin county 1
Well David undertook night THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. ; possible care, upon well Taylor's medicine in performing itl";
: one to play for letters of administration
The Ghost, and frighten Abel, who, AUTHOR OF TilE NEW-YORK ANNUAL REGISTER, &C. A true extract from the minutes of the Court. Samuel Simpson late of said upon the estate of tested principles, founded cure which in many, very many ci...""
He knew, Embellished with Portraits of the Presidents NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk. county, deceased upon that important law, been almost incredible, but the
Would be returning from journey,through and the Seals or Coats of Arms of the C. H. DUPONT, Counsel and as said Judge has noted default in the late Executor first established by the celebrated the Doctor can bring forward are ondli't irreaatibl b

A grove of forest wood several Slates.CONTENTS. Solicitor for Compl't. to said estate, and revoked his powers to act. Dr. Fordyce, viz: we advise all who may have cough ;-

That stood May 8, 1816. mav3fl t22-lm THOMAS ORMAN. that a combination of sirnlar colds even, to use this perfect specific or

Below Apalachicola, May 14,1846. 20.wI {) l remedies would produce a more certain, delay. Franklin says a small leak 1?

The house some distance, half a mile, or 50. 1. The Speeches or Addresses, and Messages! Traiikliii Circuit Court. peedy, and considerable efl ct, than any eqiiva- big ship." Therefore, cure \ ff

With a long taper of the Presidents of the United States from Washington IN CHANCERY. I: NOTICE-T.All Skillman persons late having claims against ent dose of any single one.' In many cases the )our lungs are past cure. For your sale couf

Cap, of white paper, to Polk. Mary Ann Rouen, } I deceased of Franklin county, disease entirely prevented by its timely applica J. C. ALLEN, Sole
Just made to cover 2. A Memoir, or Biographical Sketch of each vs. > Bill for Divorce. are requested to present the same duly tion. For sale by Aentfor

A wig, nearly as large over President, preceding his Message. John Rouen. } authenticated, within the time prescribed by law, Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist &c. CAUTION-The genuine- Dollar hito'
Itsa corn basket ; and a sheet; 3. An account of the Inauguration; of each appearing from the affidavit of the Solicitor or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery -- -- BALSAM LIVERWORT T.t

With both ends made to meet President, and a History of the principal political IT of the complainant] : that the defendant, John ; and all persons indebted to said estate arc splendid steel OF has on ]
his plate engraving, to tall
Across breast, events of his administration, and of the transac- Rouen, resides beyond the limits of the State of requested to make immediate payment. t terfeits Gurdon prevent
(The in which ghosts always dressed,) signed by J. Leeds tS J
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are ,
way : SILAS DAVENPORT Adm'r.Apalacbicnla any ,
lie took tions of Congress at each session during the pe Florida. It is ordered that publication be madein vile and dangerous imitations, and the

1 JlisMation, near riod. These sketches following t the Messages, i the Commercial Advertiser once a week for the April 18, 1846. lj-2m cautioned not to purchase or deal m pnb

A huge oak tree, &c., cf each President and, with the Messages, s space of four months, of the institution of Tiis NOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.if'ai

Whence he could overlook forming a compendious Political History of the suit, requiring him to appear and answer to the 4 Hon. Probate Court of Franklin March 21, iai6. 12-ly

The road, and seeWhatever United States, fur the }last fifty-seven:; years. said bill on or bcfcre the first day of October next, county, for a final discharge from the administration -

might appear.It ,1. Declaration of Independence. or the same will be taken as contcsed againsthim of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased.B. 'arl'ant's EJen'escelt SI
happened that about an hour before, friend Abel] {;J. Articles of Confederation. and such further order made in the premisesas T. CARO, Adm'r. Aperient.

]ladlft l the table C. Constitution of the United States, with to the Court may seem proper.A BENJ. ELLISON, A ent. RENEWED, and an invi
Of an inn, where he had made a halt:, HEALTH .
With Ins 1iore and wagon, Notes and References. ( Copy-Teste.!: ) Apalachicola: April 4, 18.' (j. M-6m condition of body p
To taste a llagonOf I 7. A brief history of the events and circumstances WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. by the me of ARlANTS EFFERv (
[ malt which led to the Union of the States and May 16, 1S46. 20. tm NOTICE-After six month's publication of round at Last--A Sure Cure for S SELTZER .

Liquor, and so forth ; which being done, formation of the Constitution.S. !: I shall apply to the Judge of the Piles. This preparation ia universally allcxved
He the of the CHAMBERS, MARCH 28' 18-16. Probate, for Franklin county to be dischargedfrom t'the
went on, A synopsis of Constitutions several and Chemists have been most popular remedy of the present day
long ,
Caring no more for twenty ghosts States. Circuit Court Franklin County. the administration of the estate of OliverC. PHYSICIANS the prevention and cure of Indigestion Band .;
medicine that
would ,
Than if they were so may posts. !Tables of Members of the Cabinets of the Hezekiah Nash, > Raymond, late of said county, deceased. a Liver Complaints, Nervous Weaknes
cure one of the most troublesompdiseases: the ,
David was nearly tired of waiting; various administrations, Ministers to Foreign vs. 5 Petition to foreclose mort-. BEN. F. NOURSE, Piles. Success has at last been the result. Dr. ache, Heartburn, habitual Costiveness,tt .
His patience was abating; Countries, and other principal public officers.; Sidney R. Ford and > gage. March 29, 1941 Adm'r. de bonis non. JACKSON'S PILE EMBROCATION not only stops Traveler and residents in .warn
At length he heard' the careless tones 10. Chionolosical Table of Political Events Elizabeth A. Ford. fi cimate'
article
$ it
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: Six
months after date all and inflammation SUD-
I will apply bleeding, allays pain prevent any
Of his kin8man''oict', the United States. has been this filed NOTICE a
ulati
a petition day m n of bile, is portable, !
And then the noise WHEREAS Probate Court of Franklin County, dues that intolerable itching, but effectually cures, nellici! J
:11. Statistical Tables of Revenue Commerceand office of the Circuit Court of i is "
Of wagon wheels among the stones. for a final discharge from the administration and l like a charm, and in a very short time, persons preparation unusually conyerient. Chi .,
.
Population. Franklin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain office of have frequent occasion for gentle and -
executor of the estate of David Richardson whose lives have been rendered miserable for
Abel was quite elated, and was roariug 12. A complete Index, or Analytical Table of household furniture, made and executed in Decatur deceased. For sale by J ALLEN, purgatives; they wi take ,this aperient r i iai
\Vith all his might, and pouring Contents to the whole work. the 28th of years. .
} county, Georgia, on day August, E. B. WHITMARSII. Sole Agent for Apalachicola. ference to any Sold wholesale and retatj
Out, in great confusion, 1S44; and it appearing to the satisfaction! of the Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist
Feb ,
Scraps of old !':oni made in the Revolution." TO AMERICAN CITIZENS.The Court, by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the 21, 1916. S-6m __March_ __n 23,1S4G._________13-4m____ t

His head was fulfof Bunker Hill and Trenton, publisher of the above NATIONAL WORK, defendants Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford -. -_ ____u ._ Drngs, Medicines, Ac.

And Scaring(jovially the! whippoorwills he went on among the trees in announcing its completion, takes the opportunity reside beyond the limits of the State of Florida : State Tax Collector's Sale. A LARGE and fresh supply of Dmgj ,}!

With rhymes like! these- to state that the sale of the same has been It is ordered that said defendants do appear and PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that six wit cines, &c. consisting in part of the foBnf

See the Yankees committed to his agents throughout the Union, f file their objections, if they have any, within 15 JL months after date: I will expose to sale at SCAXPA'SACOUSTIC l ing articles :-50 dox Castor Oil, qt$, pb,ar

Leave the hill, who are authorised to assure subscribers that days before the first day of the ensuing fall term public outcry opposite the Court House door, pts; ;bxs Honck's.Panacea ; 10 bxs: OliveS(

p With baggernets declining, there will be no deviation from the price fixed, of this Court, otherwise said= petition shall betaken in the City of Apalachicola, county of Franklin! [ OIL! 40 kegs Epsom Sal ; 10 bbls Copperas; 16J,1

With looped-down hats, namely, FIVE DOLLARS per copy[ which must be pro confesso; provided that due publication the following Lots, lying and being in said City, THE Mil CURE m Gum Opium; 20 Sulphate Quinint i 2), .

And rus-ty" guns: considered reasonable for two handsome octavo t of this order be made in the Commercial is the .property of the following persons, for DEAFNESS.FOR London Mustard ; Herbs of all kinds;
And 1'ither: aprons shinin volumes of over seven hundred each. Taxes due said State for the Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; bxs Lemon
pages Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two year IS 15, as per 2
the Yankees-\Vhoa! what i is that V Sf
See }, the of DEAFNESS Pains and the
cure Pearlash
Said Abel, staring like a cat, No expense hag been spared in the prepara. months, successively. (A Copy-Teste.) plan of City. 10 kegs ; 2 gross Seidletz ad
As, slowly, on the fearful figure strode tion of these volumes Documents, History and 'V\I. VALLEAU, Clerk. Loty. I B/orksl OIL'mrs. I Tllre.'I. of matter from the Ears. Also, Powder* ; 20 lbs English Calomel; 20 doz Si

Into the middle of the road- Statistics, to render the same worthy the patronage April IS, 1S4H.1 16-2m :! .w all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing of Turpentine, and a g nera assortment cf aUcles
of Statesmen and C.unphcll, t;; w insects, falling of water, whizzing of steam, &c. in the Merck
but Drug
My conscience what a suit of clothes not only Legislators, : 9 and 12 El Country
\KlBKRsTWARCii' : Calhoun & Ross
Some crazy fellow I suppose. of"the American public generally; who will find AT Hi( 1&40TFranklin 1 60 &c., which are symptoms of approaching deafness Planters and Phv-ician For sale bj

Halloa! friend, what's your name ; by the powers in this TREASURY OK POLITICAL KNOWLEDE, amass Circuit Court.IN 7 and and also generally attendant with the dis March 1"H.. F. ABELL 1
of gin of information indispensable to intelligent CHANCERY. 12 Ill Wm. Mat1lers asigns; 2 95 I; I ease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten,

That's a strange dress to travel in." citizen. every Alphonse Loubat, .1 2:3: Dr. :\Ieacham, ,10 fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to Blan\Books and StatJonel.!

'' Be silent, Abel ; for I now have come Former editions of the Presidents' Messageshave vs. 1 .J II. N. Morris, 80 use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two LEDGERS, Journalsf Day &

To read your doom ; been imperfect and incomplete in many re- George W. Harrison and Mar a- ] bottles thrown aside:' their trumpets being made Foolscap and Letter Paper;

Then hearken while your fate I now declare. sperts, which have now been remedied, 1st by a itt Emma Harrison, his wife, (6) and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 GO' pcrfectly well. Physicians and Sargeous highly Cotton Memorandum Books;

I AM: A SrJIUT.-" 1 iUppOSf} you ARE; careful l comparison with official documents, and David G. Raney and Harriet F. I recommended its use. For sale by Ship and River :Bills Lading;

But you'll not hurt me, and I'll tell you why ; 2d by diligent research, to supply the Special Rancy, his wife; Joseph Hudson JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff J C ALLEN, Sole Agent Eoooks for Letter Press.
Here is fact which yOU cannot deny. and cx-Ollicio State Tax Collector. Blank Bills of and
a Messages and Addresses omitted in former com Alexander McAlpin and March 23 13-4rn for Apal chicoIa. Exchange Chetka,
All spirits: must:, be either oooo Apllacll: cola, Jan. 21 IS 1G. Just
4-Grn leceived and for sale
Otlen 1 --- -------------- -- by
latterly! Assignees of Bill to foreclose
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Or B\D-that' understood pilations.The j Index to the whole work, of subjects -------- -- u ____ ___
; Laverty, Cutter &. Co. ; James Cabinet Work Shop. March 1 H. F. ABEL! i iPAINTS
; mortgage -
evil I names and dates i is a new feature of this
And be y good or am sure A Card.THE .
THE subscriber i is in readiness
edition, which will make it invaluable for refer- Bogart; and John N. Hawthorn, on lots now
That I
am secure ; undersigned having purchased from Mr. AND keg No Iff! _
the firm of ; to manufacture new, or old, OI.S-
If a GOOD spirit, I am safe. If f.rr'i constituting. Bogart Nos. P and S. Hawley his entire stock of Drugs! ,, i I I Furniture with repair and despatch 2(i all Lamp Oil; 300 t ;]
ence.To & Hawthorn ,
David l\failland promptness -
And I don't know but you mav 1e Drx'it.If : render these writing of the American ; 12 in block :\IedicinePaint, Linseed
: ;. Oils, Glass Ware Shoo Fur J assortedGla SOOttty !
) and solicits the of his old ; ;
that's the case, you'll recolffer I fancy, David S. Kennedy. Henry La.EI, in thecity patronage (
Presidents valuable continued pay.t
National L
more as a niture
&c. ill) aborted Paint
will continue the business Bru hw Black
: at Wholesale ; ;
That 1 am MAEIIIUD TO yon SISTER'! NAXCY. LI verty, James S. Branden and of inir) customers and hopes by strict attention to
History they are accompanied with Memoirs of I / Apalachicola. and Retail, at the' old! stand corner onVaterand orders to grain Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre,Green Paictj|
Hamilton some new ones.
WAYSIDE LACONICS the Presidents:!! and a History of the various ad the firm of Murray Branden, constituting&. Chest nut sts,and br leave to say to his friends; 'J PETER HOBART. received and for sale by
Murray
1. THE FUTURE LIFK.-The necessity of ministrations. Crumby and Draper -; and former patrons of the establishment that his I $3: Shop in third story of Brick Building- corner March 1 :IJ. F. ABELli
The work i is edited and compiled by Mr. EDWIN stock is
a future life is sufficiently shown in the fact WILLIAMS, whose familiarity with our Political constituting (he firm of kept in Southern complete,Dru embracing Stores everyarticleusnalh, and from arrange"mcuts Chestnut and Water sts. Nov S. SIrng Goods..
that much is left undone of I Crumby & Draper Wilson TUST MetamoraJ
our ;
so
proper History and Statistical Subjects generally, recently effected regularly suppliedwith Tlios. Clark "
performances in this. are well known to the public, and afford a sufficient and Gale, visible t fresh staple articles. Rich Fancy Prints-English and -merl|

2. The birth of a child is the imprisonment guarantee for t the accuracy and fidelity of I partners of the firm of Wilson, J ; Physicians, Planters, Country Merchants and I BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, New style and very superior Ginghams
CONTINUES to this busie
Gale & Co. and on
of a soul. That soul must work its the compilation and accompanying History. James-Brown. I others will find it to their interest to call and '. carry China Lawns:, far Ladies' Dresses,
examine below
EDWARD appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, I Apalachicola, two doors Ladies' Fancy Dresses, in pattern,
.ness
and IT his
of for stock
its and
way out prison. provide wings prices. All orders will be Hotel Centre street.-
that the above named defendants do not reside City on S-lOand 12-4 Mosquito Lace JVetting-
11 114 Fulton-street New-York.
April ,
future journey in doing so. It is for each of within the State of Florida, but within the promptly attended to in person by Having! superior workmen, he is confident and sind -.

us to determine whether our wings shall be All O..tHa:1UCC, United States; It is therEfore ordered, that pub. March 1, 19t6. II. F. ABELL. that all who may patronize him wi find I I 50 pcs plaid] ann? white corded! do do.Ladies' .

those of an angel or a grub. In Relation 10 Slaves, &.C. lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser,, To they have called at the right sl.op. CalfSkin facSDn Shades and Parasols,

3. But for the SOl rows of the heart Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and I once a week, for the pace of four months, of the i TTAVING disposed the of Public.entire and Morocco Boots or Shoes,made to order, Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,

where would the utlcctions find their Council of the City of Apalachicola, That from institution of said suit, requiring! them to appear JL J. Drugs and Medicines to my Mr. H. F.stock Abell of of the latest fashion and most approved style Fitrured Muslins, Bafearines and other sfjijGoods

strength Our virtues only ;give: out their and after the passage of this ordinance, the Market and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or in retiring from the business, I take occasion All mending, &c., done with neatness and promptitude for Spring Drts cs.
before the expiration of that time said to and on terms that cannot fail to be re- Ladies' Kid Baik-ins and I Cai
sweets, like aromatic leaves! when bruise House bell shall .>e rung at nine o'clock P. or bill]I return to the public, triends and Shoes
and trampled. He who has not felt sorrow M., from the 1st of October to the 1st of April will be taken as confessed against them and such I my thanks for the my they have customers bestowed I, qognised as in keeping with the competition in Do black and colored Kid Slippers! and 14
patronage
.
of the
trade and the closeness times.jan7
maybe scarcely aul to have known love ; and ten o'clock from the 1st of April to the 1st oi i?f f further order given in the premises as to the upon the establishment while under my control ; 3-Ot Florence, Leghorn Open.work and I
Court .
since tbe most precious joys of the soul October ; and after the ringing of the bell, it shall 1 may seem meet.A and I take pleasure in recommending my successoro Straw Bonnetts,

arie from sympathies that are seldom given not be lawful for any slave or free person of colorto ( Copy-Teste.!: ) them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit Cliattalioochce Hotel. Plain striped and figured Swiss and JMuslins. :

leave or be abcut from their residence in said I WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk. for him a continuance of the p ii.THE subscriber takes pleasure in ,
custom heretofore
before they are required and needed. March 20, 1S46' 12-lrn other which the
city, without a written pass from the owner, era so liberally extended to me. informing the traveling communitythat Besides many artde nintends
; 4. It is ouly where there is light that ployer or guardian of said slave or free person of f I Franklin County. March 1 B- S. HAWLEY. I I he has taken charge of the above to seil verv 1m\
there is shadow. Were there no sun there color. 1 FIRST DISTRICT JUSTICE'S COURT.A. establishment, situated immediatelyon March 23 F. KOPfJJ

# were no cloud ; and without the cloud we Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That the City G. Semmes, } Dry Goods. the banks of the river, where the:

should never see the rainbow. Our cares Marshal or Patrol, finding any slave or free personof vs. > Attachment. subscribers offer for sale a large and sea traveller may find a comfortable and quiet resting p Paints, Ois and Glass.

are the sources mostly of our best pleasures I- color at large without a pass, after the ringing Aaron B. Marvin. ) THE stock of Dry Goods, consisting apart place and thereby avoiding the many inconveniences : CLAPP

as they are certainly of our noblest of the bell, shall arrest said slave or free persor; '"PI-IE defendant is notified of (the institution of which they have heretofore been sub- WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL DE !
of color and confine him in ofNegro to.The. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine,
the JL
charities and virtues. city prison, LIthe the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable Kerseys and Linscys, ject Wi
owner or guardian of said slave or free personof to the April tern, of said Court.A. White and Red Flannels U. S. Mail steamer Agnes from ,Apa. Glass, &c.,
There of field and forest ,
5. are spots color shall be liable to said city in the sum o pf: G. SEMMES.: Plain and Fancy Jeans lachicol arrives on Sunday and \Vcdnesayat: Will keep constantly on hand : god
that always wear so much of freshness of two dollars for the release of said slave or free March IS, 1S16. 12-3m Double twilled Tweeds, P. M. ; departs Monday ment of MIXED PAINTS of All colors,kr

look that one-halftbiuk they must be favorite person of color so imprisoned, one half to go into Super Casameres at 12 o'clock, A. M. The Western :Mail arrives I Boats,Shipping and Plantation use; together

places for angels to alight on. the city treasury and one half to the Marshal; William Franklin }Superior Court. Super fancy English and French, Cloths Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 o'clock, a variety articles in the painting: l liaeM

(6. Tears are the penalties of pleasure. unless by order of the Mayor said slave may be Wright, Whitney Blankets A. M ; depart Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays merous to mention.
10 11 and
\Ve must pay for all that we enjoy. If we released or punished with not less than 10 nor Daniel: vs. V Attachment for:#:5000. Duffil Blankets,,!9 and, 10 12qrs. at 7 o'clock A. M. Northern Mail arrives House, Sign, and Steam Boat Pint :
more than :3u lashes. McDougald. ) qrs. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock, Glazing, done with neatness and :
Fortune at Denims
snatch from moments an unusual Defendant and Kremlins and Cottonadea,
made Sec. 3. Be it furter ordained, That it shall not) THE other persons interested Brown A. M. ; departs Mondays, Wednesday and Fri- moderate prices,for cash. .
and
to atone Shirting
instantly
we are
blessing notified Sheeting,
be lawful for any slave or free person of color to hereby of the institution of the pays at 12 o'clock A. M. Eastern Mail, via 22 Water street,Apah
for it if to let us feel that happiness: above suit, and ] Cotton Osnaburgs,
are
required to
only plead accordingly. Jan. .
hire out his her and Tallahassee Wed 10,1S45Iron
or own time in said city, without Cotton arrives Mondays,
is not properly to he sought on earth. the GEO. S. HAWKINS, Drilling and Ticking, Quincy and o'clock
at 12 departs
owner, guardian or agent of said slave or free Linen and Cotton Checks Saturdays ;
7. How my neighbor thinks, is scarcelyof person of color is a resident of said city, and then J. C. SMITH, Irish Linen, and, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays at li o'clock, Nails, Ac.
so much importance to me as how I he only with the written permission' of said owner or Att'ys for Plaintiff. Bleached Shirting Sheeting, P. M. Columbus Mail arrives Sundays and THE subscribers have on hand and fa

loves, That he is ;a heretic may be a very guardian, under penalty of twenty dollars, to l be, '-Apalachicola: March- 191815. ..194inTo English, French Cotton and Shirting American and Sheeting Prints Thursdays at 6 o'clock, P. M. ; departs Tuesdaysand and retai, low for Cash
X
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bad thing, but that is no concern of mine. recovered of said owner, guardian or agent, and Printers. Extra plain and twilled Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M. 20 tons assorted ; kegs assorted |

But I see no heresy in the bunch of flowers, it shall notbe lawful for any owner, guardian or TYPE FOUNDRY AND PBI TERS' FUR Super super Cashmere d'Ecosse, Ginghams, The House and Furniture are entirely new, 50 kegs SpikeVrfngh and Cot,

toilet and the agent of any slave or free person of color to giveto NISHING WAREHOUSE. Extra the servants thoroughly drilled in their business, Sheet ,
that he sends for Muslin de Laine
my green super ,
.. such slave or free person: of color a general passto THE subscribers have opened a new Type and all wi use their utmost endeavors to make Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
from his garden are the first of English Scotch and American do.
peas among go at large in said city during the night, but ry in the city of New York, where Super Italian black and Silks the pass pleauty to the traveller. Sugar and Coldren Kettles,

the season.-[Exchange paper. the said pass: shall specify the particular place they are ready ta supply orders to any extent, for Black Silk Cravats and fancy figured Hkfs G. MARSHALL, Cook and Parlor Stoves,Sad Irons,

whe!e said slave or free person of color is allowed any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper,Cas o, Super English and Silk Hkfs, Agent for the Proprietor. Backsmih's Tools,Hardware, -*
Pongee
concerned in
had been
A gentleman a to go, on penalty of five dollars for each and every Galleys, Brass Rule STEEL COLUMN RULE:, and .Chaattahoochee, March 17, 1S-16. 12-tf Jappand Wares, Brass Ant-
English American Cotton Hkfs .
duel ; the ball of his antagonist penetrated such offence. Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article, ne Madras Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs
his watch and remained there. It saved his Sec. 4. Be it further ordained; That all ordinances I- cessary for a Printing Ofiice. Also second hand Ladies' and Verona head Hkfr, Lu iiabe r. Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks. Pump Bad.

life. The watch was afterward exhibited, or parts of ordinances, conflicting with the materials. Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, JUST received 5U.00 feet Yellow Pine Lum Marlin Spun Yam, Mania and Hemp Co

with the ball rcmainin in it, in a companywhere provisions 6f this ordinance, be and the same are. The Type which are cut in imitation of the Super Cotton Marseilles and Flax Thread and Worsted Vesting, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000( Anchors, Pitch, CoalTar.r'Turpentine
feet White Pine,assorted from to 2 inch which
repealed. English letters, cast in J Sperm and Linseed Oil,
hereby are new Moulds
ItV from
Judge Parsons was present. IS an Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins, will be sold low for the cash
byPETER and Brushes, and pump
Passed Council entirely new set of Matrixes Rigging
by May 13,1S46.E with Pants
observed by several that it was a very valuable deep counters, Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, HOBART.
11 C. are warranted to be Pumps and Buckets,
watch." To which Parsons. replied 1 ROBERTS Mayor. unsuipassed by any, and will][1 Needles, Pins, Tape, &.c. &c.: .
4 WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. be sold to suit the times. All the furnished No Lumber will be delivered from the yard, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
44 Yes. very excellent ; it has kept time from by us is hand c.tst." The types from type foun Which have been selected with great care in after this date unless paid for, or a written order: March 1 ROBES, A LIES.*.C
any New York and Boston,from Importers and J
Agentsof from
a responsible March 23
person.
eternity. Boots and Shoes. dry can be matched at this establishment.
Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and Iron &C.
and Men's Russet Brogans, Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Enginesof are now offered at wholesale retail nas
or on favorable size
BOYS' Goods TONS Swede
: YANKEE PHILOSOPHY. wish to the most on Consignment. ,
approved patterns.
you sew'd and 20 aorte
peg'd Kip Brogans, terms by WM. G. POUTER & Co. .
be Idleness is harder Composition Rollers SMALL assortment of Goods, consisting o 100 kegs Nails
happy, keep easy. Gents fine Calf Brogans, cast for Printers. Nov. 20, 1845. 41 Water street. A ,
COCKROFT Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candles, Tobacco p, 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qnaJaPJ
4 work than ploughing, a good deal. There Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do. & OVEREND, I -
Dec. 13, IS 15. ly 68 Ann-st. Gunpowder, Brandy, &c.,, is oflered at NewYork 20 Blacksmith Stee Faced Anvils
14 more fun in sweating au hour than in Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, N ew-York. For Sale. U American
Invoice and f
yawning a century. Few people howeverwill Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots, BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20. prices, by 2 English
20 Bellows
On Jan31 NOURSE STONE & CO. ,
Consignment. :30 do Tin do : 2
and fine 1-3
Gentlemen's Calf Boots X
; believe this, yet it is as true as Genesis. coarse HT1HE subscriber. I dozen Spades and Shovels
Indolence is not ease-neither is wealthhappiness. A large and extensi assortment! ,just received i, JL just received from the !' 50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 20, 1A HHDS. St. Cioix Sugar, JO I CoIKn's Axes,
; and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co. manufacturers and publishers a beautiful lot Braziers' and Sheething Copper, JLU 20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive, Cards
of 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen
:;: Nov 29 41 Water street. Paper Hangings Foolscap and Letter Paper, Block Tin, Lead, Iron and Tin'd Divets, 10 sacks Rio Coffee ; do Java, Rowland' Cast Steel Miil& '
;- the f Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles,,Prayer Bucket Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron 5 lease
A woman's heart: is only true plate fora Books, etc. which cases Hyson Tea, 1000 Ibs Cast and German Steel,for
he offers S
man's likeness. An Instant gives the impression Per Octavia from New Orleans Feb 7 very low. Nail Rods,'Tin Ware, wholesale and retail 40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo, WM. G. PORTER ]J
F. .
KOPMAN.
,;,aud'an age of sorrow and of change, "DECEIVED as above a choice selection of ., by 0 Mctfgd do. Brown's and Labby's, Nov .J Watef
,
-Cv Novl ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co. Sperm Candles 50 bxs brown 2
eLfliceit not. Family Groceries and Provisions; also, a Perfumery. 2 ; Soap, )
fresh and :1 bags Shot ; 50 kegs Powder, Oiosaonian,orAl!Ht t .
of Summer 0
Spring Clothing,
supply Lavender Florida
.. the said Waters, Ex- Havana FOlGES
for as dog_ COLOGNE Segars. Lead 4 casks *
a ,
Linseed Coop
reply Oil
paws made up in the latest style, for sale by Jassmine, Amber Ib ; Consumptn, Asthma,
when he was scratching :at the door: for r a GIBSON & CLAPP, &c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Roses, Portugal, &c. 50 nn/l\J\J\J BEST Havana Segars, for sale 200 keg White Lead No. I, Extra and Pre.' : : disease b* the tb

'" bone. March 21 '22 Water street. Jan 24 J. C. by WOOD & Co, For by W. G. PORTER & lungs,for sale by .
:: ALLEN.
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