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Thiomas 5U. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
SWater Street,
Apalachicola, Fa.


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btury and hersister, who are co-beiresses.--
why can't you take the one, and I the
other?"
".Merely because I love another. Yoo
smile; but despite the sneer, I am a be-
liever in love. Of Charlotte I have nothing
to say. except that she is beautiful. You
know how olfen we have discussed the mat-
ter. I only hope she will make you a good
wife."
".Allons! the ladies ate awaiting us.-
You and I will neveron this question agree."
The foregoing conversation has given our
readers a pretty accurate idea of the young
men to whose acquaintance we have intro-
duced them. Henry Bowen was a young
lawyer, with a small annual income, but of
-what is called--an unimpeachable family.
This with his acknowledged talents would
have procured for him the hand of many a
mere heiress, but he had wisely turned
away from them all, and sought a compa-
nion for lifr in one. without fJame ot for-
toute, but who, in every requisite fora good
wife, was immeasurably their superior.
Charles Lowry, on the contra ry, was a
dashing young merchant, who by (lint of
;iteiition in the counting house, could af-
ford to be luxurious in his style of1 living.
He had imhibf-d many of the false notions
of fashionable society, and among others
th1at H rich wife was indispensable. His
sole object was to secure n1 heiress, as
muich lor the eclat of the thing as for her
1it'1nne, although this later was no slight
tempiatioii to a young merchant. And he
had finally succeeded. Amid a host of ri-
v Ils lie had won llie prize. Need we say
that Charlotte Thori-l)buiy, the beautiful.
the gay, but the careless heiress, was the
guerdon ?
The two friends were m-arried in the same
week. The one to,,k his wife to a small
hut neat and convenient house in one of our
less fashionable streets, while the other en-
tered at once into a splendid mansion in
Walnut street, whose furniture and decora-
tion were the theme of general envy and ad-
miration. The one bride kept but a single
srvant, and the other had several. Yet
(lie mansion of Mrs. Lowry, though always
magnificent, was never tidy, while the quiet
home of Mrs. Bowen was a pattern of
neatness and simple elegance. The young
merchant never went home without finding
that his wife had been out all day either a
shopping or making calls, and was in conse-
quence. tired and silent, or perhaps out of
humor; while the young lawyer always
found a neat dinner and a cheerf'ul wife to
welcome him. As for Charles, he had al-
" ways sneered at love, and hlvi,,g married
for notives of vanity ;and interest, a woman
whose mind he despised, he had nothing of
symtpliihy with het, rot was it consequently
long before he found her society irksome.
When the toils of the counting house were
over he went home, because it was the cus-
tom. but not because he expected to de-
rive any pleasure from the conversation of
his vain and flippant wife. He was glad
when ihe season commenced with its round
of dissipation, because then he found some
relief in attending llie fashionable entertain-
ments of his ow% atd his wile's acquain-
tance. Since his marriage he had never en-
joyed a single hour of real domestic fecility.
How different was the wedded life of Har-
ry and his bride.. All ihrot.ih the tedious
. (unies of the dlay. the recollection of his
sweet wife's greeting at ni-lit cheered ihe
yotin, lawyer on in his lb-its. And when
evening came, atd he had closed his office
, for the day, how smilinuly, antd in what
neat attire, would Lucy preside at the tea-
. ,ible, or, after their meal hlad been disposed
of, bring out her work-stand, and sew at
soinething, if only a trifle for a fair, while
Henry read to her in his rich mellow voice.
And ihen sometimes they would sit on ihe
Ssod'a, and talk of a thousand plans for the
t future, wlhten their income should he exlen-
(led; or if it was in summer, they would
; scroll out for a walk. cr call upon some of
I their few intilii lte fri'rds.
I I- Dear Henry," sAd Lncy one evening
ito her husband, as they sal talking together,
after tea, +'how worried Mr. Lowry looks
e ofhlate. I]think lhe must be in bad heahhl.
+ How glad l a111 you are always well. I know
f not what 1 should do if you were to be ta-
a ken sick."
s Mav that dlay he long averted, my own
s Lucy,'" saidl the husband] as lhe kissed her
pure hr,,w, "but 1 have noticed somnet!ing
s of the same look in Lowry, and have allri-
buted it lo the cnres of business. His wile
.yout know is a woman who cohld do little to
, alleviate a husband's weariness."
S"Oh' howv can she be a wife, and not
wish to soften her husband's cares!/ In-
e deed if you only look wearied, I share your
yr trouble until your brow clears up."
u "'And it is that which makes moe love you
o so dearly," said the hnsbaud as hie pressed
_ hier 10 his bosom. "Ah," heeconlinued to
a himself, iT Charles saiw rne to-night, I
t wonder whether he would envy me?"


0 That evening there was a brilliant party
s at tie house of Mrs. Lowry, who was smi-
. ling upon her guests in all the ehtloo oo
e giatified pride. Never had she appeared
e more happy. But even the envied mistress
. of Ihe revel was not without her cares.-
n One or two favorite guests whom-she had
invited did not come, and she could not
e lielp overhearing some of the ill-natured re-
s mirks of her neighbors. Her only gratifi-
0 cation was in listening to ihe fla-tteries ol
s others of her visitors, who were either more
- fawning or more deceitful. A Alengih, how-
, ever, ihe entertainment was over, and wea-
,. ried and dispirited, she passed a moment in
the deserted parlors before retiring. Hei
. husband was there. w
"Well, Mrs. Lowry," said he with -
it yawn, '-so this grand affair isover at lengvtl4
(I and a pretty penny it has cost, I d nor
j doubt."' (harles bad latterly found tha
a his income was frightfully beneath his ex.
- peases, and had began to wish his bride less


extravag;.nt-n''but why did you purchase
those new oltomnans-and these candelabra,
and that expensive set of mirrors I told
you the old ones were good enough, and
here, when I come home, I find you haval
purchased them in defiance of my orders.
Why, madam, au earl's fortune would, iot
sustain you in your extravagances."
"And whose fortune, I wonder, buys,
these things?" said the passionate beauty,
"you would not let me have the common
comforts of life if you could have your way,"
"Pshaw, madam, none of your airso---
But I tell you this extravagance I neither
can nor will submit to."
-You're a brute.' said the wife, -so
you are. Do you-can you think," she
continued, bursting into. tears, "I'd ever
have married you, when I might have had,
so many better husbands, if I'd thb0ght
you'd have used me in this way I"
Well, madam, so you've got 16P
scene," coolly said the husband, "+all r
wish is that you had married some one of
your other suitors."
; You do-you insult me-I won't liv*
with you a <'ay. Oh, that I should be
abtued in this *way," and the now really
wretched woman burst into a fresh flood of
I ea "s.
"' As you please, madam."
We omit the rest of this scene, which
ended with a fit of hystcrics on the part of
the wife, and a volley of curses on that of
'he husband. The difficulty was the next
day made up between the newly married
couple; but from that hour their aherca-
tions were frequent and bitter. Charles be-
gan to think as his old friend had told him,
that there was. a great difference between
marrying for love or for money.
Three years passed. At the end of that
period how altered were the circumstances
of Charles and his friend.
The expenses of his establishment had
increased upon the former, until his fortune
not only slaggered, but gave way, under
the pressure, and, after several ineffectual
attempts to retrieve it by speculations, which
ended abortively, only increased his embar-
rassments. Charles found himse!fupontho
brink of ruin. In Ihese circumstances he
found no consolation in the sympathy of his
wife. She rather upbraided him with the
loss of her fortune, forgetting how much
of it she had squandered in her fashionable
entertainments. Their altercations, more-
over, increased in frequency atnd violence
ever since the scene we have recorded
above, until Charles, unable to find even
quiet at his own fireside, sought for relief
in the gambling club. Hither he was led,
moreover, by the desire of retrieving his for-
tune, for his embarrassments were still un--
known to the world, and he trusted that-by
a lucky chance he might place himself once,
more in security. Vain hope! How many
deluded victims have indulged in the samo:
delusion before. His course from that hour-
was downward. He became a gamblers
he neglected his business; lie lost; his en.-
gagements failed to be met; and, in a few
weeks he was a bankrupt.
Meantime the husbiaud of Lucy-had been
steadily gaining in reputation, and increasing,
his business, so that at the end of the third
year the young couple were enabled to
move into a larger and more elegant house,
situated in a more desirable quarter.' This
change of location materially strengthened
the business of the young attorney ; he be-
came known as one of ihe rising young men"
and lie looked forward with certainty to the
speedy accumulation of a competency. -
"Have you heard any thing further,"
said Lucy one evening to her husb:ind, as
lie came in from a day's hard- Work,; "con-
cerning poor Mrs. Lowry-and her husband ?"
Yes, my love," said he, -'and it is all
over." "
-, What! has anything alarming happen-
ed !" asked Lucy anxiously.
"Sit down, dearest, andl don'lt remble
so." said her husband tenderly, putting his
arm around her waistband drawing her to
the sofa, "and I will tell you.the Whole of
ihe melancholy slory.""
After his hiaukruptcy last week, some*
days elapsed before any thing was known o{
thie place to wbich my unfortunate friend had
gone. lt was supposed at first ihat helh-ad
fled with what funds he could lay hi3 hands
on. This was the more credible from (bhe
Ignorance of his wife lo whither he had
gone. She, cold hearted thing+ seern'ed to
care lillle for hIs loss, but appeared -to be
Chiefly affected hy her deprivationof fo~rtune.
She even upbraided her husband publicly
and it is said, when some forgeries which
he had perpetrated were discovered, and a.
-Strict search set on foot after+ the ctirimial,
rshe went so far as to hope hen mighl be takea-
and brought to condign punishment. But
you know they never lived happy together.
Well. every attempt lo &race Ihle fu-
gittire had failed, when-intelhigence was
brought 10 the city this morning that a dead
body answering to+ the description of that of
Mr. Lowry, had been washed ashore a few
miles down the river. Yon. m~ay weMl look


f alarmed, tor tihe intelligence Was too true.
It is supposed lhatlgrief,;sharne at his bank-
3- ruptey, and perhaps remorse for his crime,
- led him to commit' suicide.( Poor fellow!
I his sad fate may be traced to, his ill-sorted
,marriage. He chose a woman whose ex-
-travagance always ouilsliripped her fortune.
and who fromr hivin. bro.ught him Wealth
f considered him beneath heri He did' not
know 'the difference Tm wife between
WORTH and WEALTHH' .

I How delicious -that conversation is. which
r, is accompanied with a mulual confidence,
freedom, courtesy and complaiicencee' How-
a calm the mind, how compo-,ed he ageciians,
', how serene the counten.ance, how melodi-
I ous the voice, how sweet the sleep, how
i contentful the whole life,' of hiM thait neit
. other deviscth mischief against others, no;
s suspects any to be contrived against him !0


WORTH AND WEALTH;
OR, THE CHOICE OF A WIFE.
BY HELEN ASRTON
41 And so you inten'l to marry Lucy War-
den-eh! Harry. What on earth has put
you in such a notion after that girl?" said
thabrles Lowry to his friend Harry Bowen,
:is they sat together cracking almonds after
dinner.
And why not marry Lucy Warden?"
said his friend.
Why? oh! because she's not worth a
sous; and besides I've heard she's the
daughiernf a biick layer. You know, any
how, that her mother kept a little dry goods
store until an uncle left Mrs. Warden that
annuity on which they now just manage to
subsist."
!' A formidable array of evils, indeed, hut
still they do not dishearten me. As for mo-
ney, I do not look for it in a wife, because
I should never feel independent if 1 was in-
debted to a tride for my bread. Besides,
an heiress is ,gOenerally educated in such ex-
pensive habits lhat it requires a fortune to
salisfy her Itxmrious wit.hes. As a mete
master of business, this marrying for tmtoney
is nine lilmes out of ten a losing spec hlauion.
You are forced to live according lo your
wife's forenpr style, and being thus lef' into
expetises wlhi, h your incomne will not afford,
you too often end by beco:iiing a bankrupt.
Then, loo late, you discover that your Mile
is only fit for a parlor, she becomes peevish,
or sick, and perhaps all together. Domes-
tic feciliiy is at an end when this occurs-"
But her birtht"
"A still inore nonsensical object. ft is
one of the prjudices of the old colonial
lines, and was imported from England by
servile adorerm of rauk, who instead of be-
ing like themselves, drones in the public
hive, earned"'lhcir bread f.airly. It is this
later class lo which our country is indebt-
ed for its subsequent prosperity-a prosperi-
ty which all the aristocrats of Europe
could not have bestowed Ulpo' it. The re-
volution, while it made ns politically equal,
did not destroy thissocial aristocracy. The
same exclusiveness prevails now, -is then,
but with even more iijustic, for il is opposed
to the whole spirit of our republican institu-
tions. Nor is this all; the prejudiVe itself
is ridiculous. How can people, whoscarce-
ly know their ancestors beyond one or two
generations, and whose blood has been de-
rived from every nation and occupalion on
the globe, talk, with propriety, of birth ?
Why, there is scarcely a man or woman of
onr acqctaintance, who is not an example of
this piebiald ancestry. Take, for instance,
Walter [tastins, who you know, boasts of
hisfanmily. 1 Ihappen to know all about him,
(or he is a second cousin to myself. His
father made a fortune and married into our
family. But who was he ? The son of a
G(ermian redemplioner. Hastings' mother,
it is true, is the grand daughter of an Etng-
lish b;iron, and the sistei-a flar higher glo-
ry-ofa signer of our Declaration of Inde-
pentdence. Suchi is a fair sample of our
best families. Why, 1 would ttndertake to
frnish from the anvestry of any of ihem,
either :a peasant, or peer, either a laborer
or a drone. Birnh. forsoolh The only per-
sONS ,ho boist of it in t his country are gen-
erallv y tiose who have the least claim to ;in
honest piarfinlapie ; and thenoisest preletider
to blood I uvel met will was the grandson
olf a follow who was hung filty years ago
for (orgery."
-" Well, you're really getting quite low
in your noions, Harry--hliere to the world,
did you pick up such vulgar no~tonsr?-
You. a Lvtileman and a lawyer to m;irry
such a girl She's pretty enough I grant-
amiable, no doubt-c',on sig ;inad ldraw tpas-
sably--aid makes, I hear, a hitch of bread,
or does dirny house-work as "ell as a com-
Mon kitchen girl. But perhaps lhat is whal
you waut her for.
"You sneer aside, yes! It is because
Lucy Warden is a good house-keeper that
I intend to tnary h-r. Not thatI ] woul
have a bride only because she could, as yot:
say, nmake a batch of bread. Education
amiiihiility, a refined mind, and ladty-likt
ntirnners are equally necessary. But a
knowledge, and -t> practical one, loo,, o
h,nse-keepin, is inot a slight requisite in ,
gtood wife. 1 know such knowledge i;
scarce, among our city ladies, bttll hat i.,
the very reason why I prize it so highly
Believe me, it is not incompatible with ilhii
knowledge."
Pshaw, Hairry ; hut granting your po
sition what is tlle use ,if such knowledIge?'
It is of daily use. Servants will alwaty!
inmpose on a mistress who knows nothing o
hier duties as the domestic head of tht
house. You are an itmporter; butt hov
long, hthnk you. wouhi you prosper if yot
lef'l everything to the care of your clerks wb(
wotlhd n;,tutallv taike advantage o(t your care
lessness, lo fleece you? A mistress of
house ought to oversee her establishmleo
in person. This she c~innol do, unless--t(
rise a mercantile .lhr;ise--she understand.
her business, 11fshe does not do ihis, noth


ing will be done. The whole evil, I believe
arises from the desire of our women to ap,
the extravagance of the Enalid) fenlle no-
bility, whose immense wealth allows their
to employ suttitnles to oversee their do
meslic establishments. But even had wt
incomes of lhiindredls of thousands of dollar
we could not carry oum the plan, owing ti
the totaliabsene of good seivtnts of thi
character in our country; and in this opin
ion I am borne out by Combe atid Hamilion
two of the most observant and just of'Eng
lish Iravellers.
"" Well, Harry, you were born a barris
ter. or yoru would not run on so glibly.-
But it's a shame that a gerntletnn who migh
command the .l,,ie of the market, an
tnarry the richest heiress in the city. should
throw himself away upon a girl without
sixpeuce. Now there's Charlotte' Thom


WM. SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
CC* May be fund at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov 9.


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


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


I. D. BUGBEn. HA.RGROVE HOWARD
BAg bee & Hloward,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus -Block,
Nov. 1, 1845 Apalachicola, Fa.
Saimmel Sclaiffer.
WHOLESALE AND REI'ArL GROCER,
Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
dec20 Apalachic'ola, Fla.
David G. R-,aney,
,;O.M IIS i. N ,: FORWA R DING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.


II. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLAYTON, Barbonr County, Alabama.
April 29,1S46. 2-tf


"", i\ REMOVAL.
W. G. M. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
fr Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1845.


A. G. Semmesq
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
8C;- Office, j1o. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. ot Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5) Apalachirola, Fla.


J. VLaw,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridue, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
Will attend punctually the Superior Courts
of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of
the South Western, and of the county of Thomas
of thp southern Circuit. rna3


Francis Kop3;at,
WHOLESALE AN'D RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOOD.-. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash,
OctI Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..


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


John Mlbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of the
South Western Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Au,. 5, 1845. 31--tf


P. i^-m,
MANUF-kCTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET P FU F N IT U R E.
If- No. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla.


L UMBER INSPECTOR--The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lutmber
for Franklin County, offers his services to the
public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining tosaid appointment. te may
be Cound at 2. Water street.
March 23 JAMES GIBSON.
L UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lunber
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, 1945.


L-oei+liart <& Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
M E R C H A N T S,
No. 53 Water street,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla.
Wm. W. Sims. WM. W. CHEEVFR.
Sims At Cheever,
COMMI[SSON MERCHANTS,
W- 05 Orce, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


LUMBER INSPECTOR.-Having been ap-
)ointed Inspector of Lumber for the County
of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services
to the public in that capacity, and wilt attend to
all duties appertaining to said ampointment.
April 19, 1S46. BEN.J. LUCAS.


'Cookte & Hosrne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Streelt,
New-Orleans,
AN1DrEtW S. "COOKE. AMos HomN.
fCeb S.
.-ins. F. Farrior,
GENERAL E EGEIVING, FORWARDING &.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.


Albert G Semmes,)
vs CALHOUN COUNTY.
Elias Simpson.
By virtue of an alias fi fa., to me, directed from
the Franklin Circuit Court, I have levied on
Lots 1 and 2, Block 19, in the City ot St. Joseph,
and will offer the same for sale at 12 o'clock, on
the first Monday in July next, to satisfy said fi.
fa. Sale on the premises.
ISAAC JACKSON, Sh'ff.,
per J W. MOSES, Deputy Sh'ff.
May 30, 1847 22-ts


r. J. SANFORD. M. M. BUTT.
Salfar9-3 & BitI,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 36 Water Street,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


Avery A Jones,
GROCERS & CO+vMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 31 Water street.
Dee 13 Apalachicola, Fa.
W. A. & P. C. Kaift,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Nov. 1, 1S45. Apalachicoln, Fa.
Wm H Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.

COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 2.5 Water street--Up:stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
kr- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. 1, 1845.
fltberts, Allen & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS IN TIN, IRON, COPPER,
BRASS, &c.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
Hardware, Stoves, Britannia and Japaned Wares,
Iron, Steel, N.Jil% Spikes, Grate Bars,
Sunfir K-ttles and M!Ills, and other
Castings; Ship Chandlery, &c.
Oct. 25, 1845. APALACHICOLA, Fa
WILLIAM DICKEY. J W. HAMMOND.
Dickey &1 Hammond,
SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS,.
32 Water-srteet, Apalachicola, Fa.
October IS, 1S45 42tf


Perfumery.
C OLOGNE, Livemder, Flonma Waters, Ex-
\.. tracts,_Violeta, Jis-mine, Amber, Portugal,
&c. Soaps, Preston Salts, Olto of Roses, &c.
Jan 24 J. C. ALLEN.


Saddlery for Sale at Cost and
Charges.
_AVING on hand an assortment of Saddles,
Bi idles, &c. &c I will dispose of them as
above for cash.
On hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will
be sold for cash.
March 28 P. HOBART
UST received per brig Morea, from N. York,
.50 kegs Nos. 1 and 2 Lead ; 100 gals boiled
Lins-ed Oil ; ,500 Ibs. Putty; 20 boxes S by 10
and 10 by 12 Glass; 20 doz. pintsCongress S; ring
Water; 100 lbs fresh Tamarins; Gum and Orget
Syrups, for 'sale by
May 16. H. F. ABELL.


Apalachicnla, Fa.


Nov 29


4V rh1. Porter & Co. :
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
N1.E t C 14 1.N, S.
No. 41 Water Streit.
Nov 29 Apalaohic0la, Fa.
Wm.'T. Woo-d,
COMMISSION MERC-ANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Nov 29. Apdachicola, Fa.
ALBERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
ODodge & Pratt,
119-4,I1PPIN1 & COMMI3SION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
"- [eTcSay &; H[artsiionne, *
.C OM MIfS S"ION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
Nov. 1, 15. Apalachicola, Flori&d.
D. B. Wood & Co.,
GENERAL COM.I1S'1ON MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
:N,v. 1, 1845. Apallachicola, Fla.
flyers & [itc'iel,
+COMMISSION M ERCHANTS,,L
No. 36 Water-street,
Nov 15. Apalachicola, Fa.,.
ALV''A V'Yi1:, Wk'M A. MCl[KKFNZlE.
Wylie & lIcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1,915. Q Vpalachicola,'Fa
1licliaei A. Myers,
'AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MER.CttANT,
'No. 36, Water street,
Nov. 1, 1345. A,-dachicola. Fla
J.. L & J. M -,. -1 H I,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street, "
Nov 1, 1845. APALACHICOLA, FA.


Boots and Slioes.
BOYS' and Men's Riisqet lHrogans,
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans,
Gents fine Calf li.n-,
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes,
Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots,
Gentlemnen's coarse andtfi ov Calf Boots,
A large and extensive assortment, just received,
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.
Per Octavia from New Orleans.
R ECE[VED as above a choice selection of
Family Groceries and Provisions; also, a
f're-h supply of Spring and Summer Clothing,
made up in the latest style, for sale by
GIBSON & CLAPP,,
March 21 22 Water str,-et.
Notice.
CAST wanted for suiriry accounts of long
C standing. All persms interested will take
due notice and govern them~elve accordingly, or
I will-- dun thlem personally.
Ma,'ch 28 PETER HOBART.
Coffee.
175 fy BAGS Rio Coffe, landing from brig Vir-
170 ginia, for sale by
April 18 J. DAY & Co.
Bagging and Rope,
10 f PCS Kentucky Baging,
100 100 coils Rone; 30pcs Hessians.
4 bales Baszaing Twi,!p, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Waterstreet.
Goods on CoBig iaMeat.
A SMALL assortment of Good-3, consisting o
Coffee, Tea, -Soap, Candles, Tobacco,
Gun:)..wder, Brandy, &,c., is offered at New
York Invoice prices, hy
janSI 5 COURSE, STONE & COM


II. R. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
M ERC HAN T,
No. 22 Water-street,
sept2 ly Analachicola.


Henry Hoogecs,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
22 Water street, APALACHICOLA, Fa.
H. R. WOOD. P 'W. CULLEN.
Wood S Co.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERC FIHAN-I'-,S
No. 32, Water street,


Nov. 1,.1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
The strictet attention paid to Sales out Doors.
Sales at Store every Saturday.
Clover Seed.
A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover
Seed, for sale by
April 4 H. F. ABEL.
Congress Spring Water
JUST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
March 21 J. C. ALLEN.
C~~lopn'lterslnip.
T HE subscribers r,; ,e.-.iull inform their
friend- and the public that they have taken
into partnership Mr ET_.-''.rNF-, W. Ro,^qRS.
CHARLES ROGERS & Co.
April 7, 1846.
FlavollrnIs gWatern's.
AN asortment just re.'-eived, and for sale by
Nov 29 J. C. ALLE N, Druggist.


jmg~k`O"fb~$~P,






mended being deemed preferable as a means
of increasing the revenue. It is hoped that
the war with Mexico, if vigorously prose-
cuted, as is contemplated, may be of short
duration. I shall be at all times ready to
conclude an honorable. peace, wheneverthe
Mexican government shall manifest a like
disposition. The existing war has been
rendered necessary by the acts of Mexico;
and whenever that power shall he ready to
do us justice, we shall be prepared to
sheathe the sword, and tender to her the
olive branch of peace.
JAMES K. POLK.
WASHINGTON, June 16, 1846.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, I
June 15, 1846.
SIR: I have duly considered the resolu-
tion of the Senate, of the 3d of June, 1846,
together with the estimates of the Secreta-
ry of the Navy, of the 9th inst., and of the
Secretary of War of the 13th inst., submit-
ted by you to this department, and respect-
fully report to you as follows:
It appears that the aggregate estimated
expenditures of the War and Navy Depart-
ments for the fiscal years terminating on the
30th of June, 1846, and the 30th of June,
1847, amount to $23,952,904, over and
above the estimates made by these depart-
ments in December last, and then submit-
ted in my annual report to Congress. In
that report it was supposed by this depart-
meat, that upon the expenditures then esti-
mated for a state of peace, there would re-
main on the 1st of July, 1847, a balance in
the treasury of $4,332,441 07. Deducting
this balance from the excess of expendi-
tures above estimated by the War and Navy
Departments, there would result a deficien-
cy of $19.620,463.
It is believed, however, that this deficien-
cy will, from augmented receipts accrued
and accruing for the fiscal years 1846 and
1847, be diminiished four millions of dollars,
which would 'reduce the deficit on the 1st
of July, 1847, to $15,620,463.
It is ascertained by experience, that for
the certain, prompt, and convenient pay-
ment of the public creditors at all times and
places throughout our extended territory.
and the supply of the mint and the branch
mints for coinage, a sum of four millions
of dollars, especially during a state of war,
must remain on hand in the treasury, which
would again raise the sum to be provided
for before the 30tN of June, 1847, to $19,-
620,463.
It is believed, however, that a sum equal
to $5,534,057 of additional revenue may be
produced by the modification of the tariff
herein proposed--namely, to adopt, as a ba-
sis, the bill reducing the tariff reported by
the Committee of Ways and Means to the
House of Representatives on the 14th of
April last, together with the augmented and
additional duties now proposed and enume-
rated in schedule A. This change of the
bill reported by the committee, omitting the
fourth section, would make an addition to
the revenue to be produced by that bill, of
S4,034,057.
After a very careful examination of the
additional data which it has been in my pow-
' er to obtain since the month of February
last, it is my conviction that the bill of the
committee will produce a net revenue of at
least twenty-six millions of dollars. If to
this be added the additional duties proposed
to be levied in schedule A, the bill of the
committee, with the modifications embraced
in that schedule, would produce a net reve-
nue of $30.034,057. This would make an
addition of $5,534,057 to the revenue that
would be produced under the act of the
30th'of August, 1842. If, then, we deduct
this $5,534,057 from the deficit above esti-
mated, it would still leave a deficit of $14,-
086,406.
If, in addition to the modifications of the
tariff above suggested, the warehousing
F system were adopted, as recommended in
my annual report of December last, it would
make an addition to the national revenue
' from customs of one million of dollars, which
deducted from the above deficit, would
leave a deficiency still remaining of ,$13,-
08,406.
It is true that the introduction of the
warehousing system might diminish the rev-
onue during a portion of the first year suc-
ceeding its adoption; but that it would add
oue million of dollars per annum to the per-
manent annual revenue from customs is llot
doubted.
It i~s believed also that the reduction and
graduation of the price of the public lands
in tavot of settlers and cultivators, as re-
commended in your message of December
last, would make an annual addition of half
a million of dollars to the revenue derivable
from the proceeds of the sales of the pub-
lic lands, by bringing into market many mil-
' lions of acres of the public domain which
are wholly unsaleable at the present mini-
mum price established by law. Deducting
this sum of half a million of dollars from
the deficit last above mentioned, would leave


still unprovided for the sum of $12,586,406,
which must be met by loans, treasury notes,
. direct taxation, or excises.
In addition to the strong objections which
have been urged against direct taxes and ex-
cises, it would be difficult to put in opera-
tion such a system in all the States and
Territories, so as to realize The required
amount in cash, before the 30th of June,
1847. A system of direct taxes and exci-
ses, it is believed, would not meet the sanc-
tion of the people, unless in the emergency
of a war with some great maritime nation,
exposing our commerce to great hazard,
and greatly reducing the revenue from du-
ties on imports.
The only remaining means for supplying
this deficit within the required period, is by
loans or treasury notes; and I would ac-
cordingly recommend, with a view to the
most vigorous prosecution of the existing
war with Mexico, so as to bring it to a
speedy and honorable termination, and that
a contingent authority should be vested in
this department, with yoursanction, to issue
treasury notes, or effect a loan of a sum in
the aggregate not exceeding the last above
mentioned deficit of $12,586,406.
I think it would be most advantageous to
the Government, that a portion of this mo-
ney should be raised by treasury notes, and
the remainder by loans, limiting the interest
in both cases to a rate not exceeding six per
cent. per annum, and forbidding the nego-
tiation- in either case below the par value.
]f the authority were limited so as to cover
this deficit, and the power given to resort
to loans or treasury notes, or bothi as the


Oj- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:-
MESSRS. MASON & TUTTLE, 38 William Street,
New York.
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JAM ES H. WILSON, Esq., Fort Gaines, Ga.
Major JACK HARD-MAN, Eufaula, Ala.


Oj(- For POETRY and VARTETY, see fourth page.
OJ It affords us pleasure to notice No.
XII. of the FARMER'S LIBRARY AND
0NTHLY JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE,"
Edited by JOHN S. SKINNER, and pub-
lished by GREELY & McELRATH, Tribune
Buildings, New-York.
Trhis Number finishes the great Agricul-
tural work of M. Von Tbaer. In the lan-
guage of the Editor, it is enough for us to
repeat, "that the production of a man so
highly gifted as Dr. Thaer, and possessing
so many advantages for information, must
be worthy of all attention." The selection
of the most excellent Agricultural works
for republication is not the only advantage
of the "Farmer's Library," but as its title
imports, it is a monthly journal of all that is
new and interesting in Agricultural pursuits.
We hardly know which to praise most, the
selected portion, or that which is original.
The selected works are suitable for the
entertainment and instruction of the most
refined intellects; and the Editor fixes the
whole fast to the memory by a host of use-
ful, practical examples.
Let Farmers and Physicians, Merchants
and Politicians, patronise the work. They
will lose nothing by so doing.

THE FOURTH OF JULY.-It will be seen
by the proceedings of a meeting, published
in another column, that preparations have
been made to celebrate this day in a becom-
ing manner. Actuated by the sentiments
that must ever be cherished by Americans
-a love of Liberty and Independence-
our citizens, albeit they are but few in num-
ber, have determined not to permit the
occasion to pass off without some demon-
stration that it is held sacred-that the days
of '76 are yet hallowed in their remem-
brance, and the patriots who distinguished
them still held in veneration. We see that
the same spirit is manifested in every quar-
ter, and that the "glorious Fourth" will
be generally celebrated as the Nation's fes-
tival! So may it ever be, here and else-
where.
From the gentleman selected as Orator
of the Day here, we anticipate an excellent
address, and from the general arrangements
made by the committee the occasion will
no doubt pass off pleasantly with all.

"LOOK TO THE SENATE!"
This was the solemn warning of the
Washington Times, uttered with almost
every breath-"so to speak"-in its dying
hours. But the country needed no such
voice from any quarter. The "signs of
the times" were sufficiently ominous of
evil-the political elements sufficiently por-
tened that the storm which threatened the
American people was not far off-to turn
all eyes with anxious hope and confident
expectation to "the Senate," The Presi-
dent's Message had gone forth, and was
conceded by all parties to be a "war-like"
document. Mr. Polk had declared that
"our title to the whole of Oregon was clear
and indisputable," and had intimated strong-
ly that any compromise of the question
short of 54, 40, would not meet with Exec-
utive sanction. The tone of sentiment in
the House of Representatives clearly indi-
cated that the President would be sustained
by that body in the position he had assumed.
Members were eager in obtaining the floor,
to deliver themselves of the patriotic sen-
timents that swelled in their bosoms, and to
proclaim that their voices were "still for
war,"--or what was the same thing, they
were for the whole of Oregon,--and of these
there was a large majority. It was- never
for 3 moment, supposed, by tho most san-


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guine, that England would sn'rrende? her i
claims to a portion of the territory int dis-
pute. This being the posture of affairs, it
was seen, and acknowledged by every can-,
did mind, that war between the two coun-
tries was inevitable, unless better counsels
should ultimately prevail; and for these
counsels the people could but "look to
the Senate." And they have not looked in
vain. Their fondest hopes have been real-
ized, and their hearts are filled with senti-
ments of gratitude and lionor to that body
for its "wisdom, justice and moderation."
The settlement of the Oregon Question on
the basis of 49, is a source of congratulation
to the country scarcely to be exceeded by
the successful termination of our hostilities
with Mexico; because, a war which would c
have been ten times more dire in its conse-
quences, the end whereof could not have
been foreseen, which would be altogether
unnecessary to an honorable adjustment of
the question at issue between the two Gov-
ernments, but into which the over-heated
zeal and folly of men in "high places"
would have plunged us, has been averted.
All honor to the Members of the Ameri-
can Senate who voted in favor of the Ore-
gon Treaty !
05' The steamboat Augusta has taken
the place of the Agnes in the transportation
of the mail from this place to Chattahoo-
chee, and will go out this morning on her
first trip for "Uncle Sam"-I" Charley"
WHEATON, master.

07' The Hon. HENRY MIDDLETON, for-
mer Minister to Russia, died at his resi-
dence, in Charleston, on the 14th inst.
SETTLEMENT OF THE OREGON QUESTION.
The Oregon Treaty which was sent to
the Senate on the 16th inst., and which
was subsequently RATIFIED by a vote of
forty-one to fourteen, is said to consist of
five Articles, which are as follows:-
Art. 1. Defines the boundary-49o from
the Rocky Mountains to Queen Charlotte's
Sound, thens Southerly through the Straits
of Fuca to the Pacific Ocean.
Art. 2. The navigtiiont of' ihe Columbia
River to be free unnil the expiration of the
charter of the Hudson's Bay Company, and
renewable if the charter be renewed.
Art. 3. The Rivers. Ports and Harbors,
north of 490, to be free to)tbe commerce of
both countries.
Art. 4. Indemnity for the forts and trading
stations of the British South, and the Amer-
icans North of 49.
Art. 5. Indemnity for private property, in
case any subjects or citizens shall wish to
retire behind the boundary line from being
below or above it.
PUBLIC MEETING.
Agreeably to previous notice, a meeting of the
citizens of Apalachicola was held at the Mansion
House on Wednesday evening last, for the purpose
of making suitable arrangements for the celebra-
tion of the approaching Anniversary of our Inde-
pendence.
The meeting waa organized by calling Col. R.
J. FLOYD to the Chair, and JAM-Es F. FARRIOB was
requested to act as Secretary.
Jno. S. Hutchinson, Esq. moved that a com-
mittee of 20 be appointed by the Chair to make
suitable arrangements for the celebration. There-
upon the Chair appointed the following committee:
Hez. Smith, R. H. Goodlett, T. Orman, S. W.
Spencer, Wm. Foster, J. F. Bosworth, Jas. F.
Farrior, tV. F Simmons, Dr. John Gare, Jno. S.
Hutchinson, W,. H. Hughes, I. D. Bughee, Peter
Hobart, B. S. Hawley, Wm. W. Sims, A. T.Ben-
nett, Wm. A. Kain, Wm. Valleau, A. Downer,
Ls. F. E. Dugas.
On motion the Chair was added to the above
committee
On motion of Jno. S. Hutchinson, Esq., the
Chair appointed the follIowing committee to select
an Orator and Reader of the day :
Jno. S. Hutchinson, A. Hancock, M. M. Butt,
Dr. W. S. Green, C. J. Shepard.
It was moved that the proceedings be signed by
the Chairman and Secretary.
On motion the meeting adjourned.
1R. J. FLOYD, Chairman.
JAS. F. FARRIOR, Secretary.
(i The Committee appointed to select an
Orator and Reader have performed that duty by
selecting as Orator RAPHAEXL J. Moses, Esq.,
and WILLIAM VALL.EAU, Esq. to read the De-
claration of Independence.
A procession will be formed at the Mansion


House, at 11 o'clock, and will march from thence
to the Methodist E. Church, under the com-
mand of Wm. A. KAIN-, Esq., Marshal of the
Day.
After the Oration, the procession will return
to the Mansion House, and partake of a Dinner
to be served up by JOHN S. HUTCHINSON, Esq.

The Baltimore American, in speaking of
the settlement of the Oregon Question,
pays the following just compliment to Mr.
McLane:-
"The general feeling of gratification at
the peaceful and honorable adjustment of
the Oregon question cannot but be mingled,
throughout the country, with a sentiment
of grateful regard and of sincere acknowl-
edgement for the very efficient services of
our Minister at the Court of St. James.
The diplomatic labors of Mr. McLane, now
happily crowned with success, have been
worthy of his great ability-worthy of the
cause in which they were employed. He
went on his important mission at a time
when the aspect of the Oregon controversy
was doubtful and ominous-nay, when it
seemed that a pacific arrangement on the
basis which the controversy thus rested up-
on, was almost out of the range of proba-
bility. Yet Mr. McLane, having given the
subject-a full and calm consideration, de-
parted on his errand of peace with the per-
suasion that the question could be settled-
settled without a war, and honorably to both
parties. The iaiercQourse between our Min-


ister a'nd Lord Aberdeen seems to have been
from the first, frank, honest and cordial; both
were anxious to come to terms of adjust-
ment; and nothing but the extraneous diffi-
culties in which the subject had become
involved prevented an earlier agreement.
Bat it has come in good time; may it have
a long endurance."
A cOMrLIMENT WORTH RECORDING.--
The Washington correspondent of the Phi--
ladelphia North American, in commenting,
upon the favorable settlement of the Oregono
question, says:-
"Every Whig present, with one excep-
tion, and he, though obeying the instrac--
tions of his Legislature, would have chang-.
ed his vote, had it been necessary to carry
the two-thirds, stood up to the ground,.
which the party took at the outset of bis*
controversy. They formed the main body,
upon which the subdivisions of Mr. Calhoun
and Mr. Benton rallied."
But here is the\compliment to which we
alluded:-
After the result was ascertained, Mr.
McDuffie declared'- the Whig party de-
served the eternal gratitude and honor of the,
country, for the patriotism and forbearance,.
and self-sacrificing devotion, which they bad'
manifested throughout this struggle.' "

Q From the Columbus Enquirer of"
June 24, received by ihe' "Viola," we
copy the following information of-
THE GEORGIA REGIMENT.
The Georgia Regiment ot Volunteers have held,
their elections for field officers, and are now fully
organized, and will be ready, it is supposed, in a-
few days to take up their line of march. Every
effort is making for a speedy departure, but it is-
supposed that they will not get under way before
Saturday. It is not quite certain whether they
will go by way of Montgomery or by boats di-
rectly from here, by Apalachicola, to New Or-
leans. \
On Saturday the election for Colonel bf the-
Regiment came off, and from the interest mani-
fested as to the result, both in and out ofea ps,.
produced quite an excitement. Capt Henry R.-
Jackson, of tne Jasper Greens, was the success--
ful candidate. The vote stood thus:
Capt. H. R Jackson, 310
Isaac Holmes, 298
"6 J. S. Calhoun, 264
Col. J. J. B. Hoxey, 30 %
Scattering, 2
In the afternoon of Saturday, the Regiment
was reviewed by his Excellency Gov. Crawford--
after which he addressed the soldiers in an ex-
ceedingly happy manner; vindicating the justice
of our cause and showing the propriety of prose-
cuting the war vigorously; and concluding very
eloquently and significantly by pointing out to
them the read to Mexico.
On Monday morning the elections for Lieut.
Colonel and Major took place, the regiment hav-
ing been formed into Battalions as follows:
" FIRST BATTALION.-Columbus Guards, Rich-
mond Blues, Canton Volunteers, Macon Guards,
Crawford Guards.
SECOMI |BATTALION.-Georgia Light Infan-
try, FaninAvengberf, Kenesaw Rangers, Sumter
County Volunteers, Jasper Greens.
Thomas Y. Redd*, of the Columbus Guards,.
was elected Eieut.. Colonel of the first Battalion,.
and 1st Lieut Charles-J. Williams, of theGeor-.
gia Light Infantty,- of Columbus, was elected
Major.
The vote for Lisot. 'olopel was as follows:
Those. Y. Redd, private, Columbus Guards, 231
Capt. J. W. DilY,. of Augusta Blues, 180'
For Majorr:
Lt. Chas. J. William3ofGeo. Light Infry. 320
Capt. Allison Nelson,.fKenesaw Rangers, 107
All the other cancdiates that were spoken of,
declined previous to the ballotting.
The Colonel has appointed John Forsyth, Ad-
jutant; James Kellogg, Private Secretary; Sam'l
M. McConnell, Sergeant Major; Bed. F. Mc-
Donald, Quarter Master-Sergeant; Dennis Hol-
land and Geo. Gatehouse;. Principal Musicians.
To fill the vacancie94 occasioned by the above
promotions, the following company elections
have taken place ;
GEORGIA LmGHT INFANTRY.-E. R. Gould-
ing 1st Lieutenant, H. C. Anderson, 2d Lieut.
JASPER GRtEENS.-J McMahon, Captain; G
Curlette, 1st Lieut., D. O'Conner, 2d do.
THE WAT IT wIP S DONE.--"Potomae,9'
the shrewd and intelligent correspondent
of the Baltimore Patriot furnishes the fpJ"
lowingf account of the origin and progress
of the recent altair between Gen. Scott and
Polk &; Co. We bave no' doubt it is in the
main correct. The impulsive and sensitive
soldier was entrapped by t~he wily, mous-
ing politician." In petty intrigues and dir-
ty schemes to destroy a political rival--in
low cunning and grovelling demagoguism,
the trio of Polk, Marcy and Bob Walker
is hard to beat. They woulkisacrifice friends
and country if necessary to' t'be accomplish-
ment of party ends. The frank, open-'
hearted and honest soldier has no business
in a controversy with sud'fe men. Scott
knew, or should have known, the men he
had to deal with, and should have had the


good sense to avoid their snares. But as
he was silly enough to be entrapped-yea,.
to rush of his own accord, into the snare
that was set for him, he is entitled to little
sympathy.' He should have known better.
[S ile Adver&W.
WASHINGTON, June 10,"0 1846.-I will tell
how that matter was between Mr. Lplk,
Gov. Marcy and Gen. ', '&tt. which has
caused so great a sensation :
When Mr. Polk seat for Gen. Scott
about the 13th ultimo, and nnadcknown the
wish that he should take command of the
army to be sent against Mexico, bhwas
sincere, Gov. Maray was sincere, 'and ,en.
Scott was both proucf a-nd grateful. Out
came the official', announcement that Gen-
Scott would probably take command of there
army.
This set the leaders of the party at the-
other end of the Avenue on fire. Many of-
them repaired tvo the White House and re-
monstrated with Mr. Polk against putting,:
Gen. Scottin that conspicuous place, fronk
which he-might step into the Presidentialti
chair without an effort Mr. Polk saw am,:
ar glance the false move, the moment it wa&-,
'ointed out to him !-But what was he to do7'!
He had already informed Gen. Scott that
he desired him to take command of the ar-,
my. Here was a dilemma! What was to
*be dane? Ah, that shrewd old lawyer,
Gov. Marcy, was not at a loss for an expe-
dient! He had been an Albany Regency
men too long not to know how'to manage &
difficult matter adroitly. His masterly ad-
-vice to his editor, when a candidate~himsel


emergency might require, the money might
be raised at a much lower rate of interest
than if the department were confined either
to loans alone, or to treasury notes. The
experience of the government has demon-
strated that there are periods when loans
are most available, aad that there are occa-
sions when treasury notes are much better
adapted to meet the emergency; and the
power to select both, or either, from time
to time, would render the negotiation more
certain, and probably save a large amount
of interest to the government. If the war
should be speedily terminated, it is possible
that a resort to loans or treasury notes might
not be required, or if so, for an inconsider-
able amount. The same power that is now
given by law to redeem the loan, even before
its maturity, whenever the funds of the go-
vernment will permit, so as to liquidate any
public debt as speedily as possible, should
be continued, as also the authority for the
reissue of the treasury notes, as heretofore
provided by law, as well as for their receipt
in revenue payments.
The additional duties designated in sche-
dule A, are recommended as a war measure,
and to terminate with the restoration of
peace, or as soon thereafter as the state of
the public finances will permit their discon-
tinuance.
I have the honor to be, sir, most respect-
fully, your obedient servant.
R. J. WALKER,
Secretary of the Treasury.
To the PRESIDENT.


Arrival of the Great Western.
ELEVEN DAYS LATER FROM, EUROPE.
Corn B'il -Passed the 'Lords--- Mexican War
JNews received in Eng/and--dvanee in Cot-
ton, 4 e. fC.
T6- Steamship: Great .Western, Capt.
Mathews; arrived, at New York on the 15th
inst. from Liverpool, which port she left on
1ihe 30(h ulimo.
Queen Victoiia became the mother of a
daughter, (her fifth child,) on the 24th Ult.
'The Queeu entered on her 27th year a few
days previously.
The effect of the Mexican news has been
to raise the price of American produce.
On its receipt many persons instantly with-
drew their cotton.
We mentioned in our last that the proposi-
tion of tihe Mexican Government for placing
the debt upon a new footing, by the propri-
etors in London. The proposition was
negativedd by thei bondholders. But a new
qnd more favorable proposition of Mexico
mall chance of the London capitalists
^'bleeding_, freely in the matter of the loan.
;The -Cambria. Capt. Judkins, arrived in
Liverp60ol on tlie afternoon of Thursday,
after a splendid p.vssage, with the intelli-
gence of the rupture which has already
'taken place between the Mexican and Ame-
rican forces, the issue of the conflict which
has taken place atFort Isabel, on tlhe Rio
Grande.
Gen. Armstrong, Consul for the United
States at Liverpool, came home in the Great
-Western, on a visit.
The Peers have made short work of the
-Corn Bill. On Monday week it was read
for the first time in their House, and the
second reading, after a debate of three
nights, was passed by a majority of FORTY-
SEVEN.
Tihe Oregon notice had been given, and
the Great Western brought out the answer
of the British Government, which is said to
be of a conciliatory and friendly character.
PARLIAMENTARY.-.On Monday, May the
18th, the Corn Bill was brought from the
iLower to the Upper House, and delivered
at their lordships' bar.
On Tuesday the Customs Bill was bro'l
up to the Lords and read a first time.
The Lords did not meet on Wednesday
or Thursday. On :he first-named day Mr.
Duncombe provoked discussion on the Lace
Factories Bill, which was rejected.
,On \vednesday the proceedings were ol
a desuliory character.
On Thursday the House of Lords met
and divided at five in the morning on the

Corn Bill. The numbers were: Contents-
preserit'138, proxies 79--21-1 Non-Con-
tents--present 126; proxies 38-164. Ma-
' jority, 41.
On the 24th, Lord John Russell gave
notice, in the House of Commons, that it
the committee on the sugar duties, lie
should move the reduction of the duty on
all foteigvn sugar to the rate proposed for
sugar the produce of free labor, and, if tha
should be agreed to, for the abolition of al
differential duties on foreign and colonia
sugars.
-\This stuar question is the one on which
it is supposed (by some) that -Sir Rober
Peel will retire from the Ministry.
Mr. O'Brien has emerged from "th(
cellar" of-the House of Commons; the
committee on which he refused to sere(
having finished its business, he was ordered
to be set at liberty ; but his friends of th(
press complain bitterly that he has been re
quired to pay a. bill of 4.1 and some odt
shillings, under the name of fees.
THE ESCAPE OF PRINCE Louis BONA.
PARTE.-On Monday last, the Prince suc.
ceeded in effecting his escape from the for.
tress of Ham, after a close imprisonment
of some years. IHis object now, as we hear
is to obtain passports without delay, in orde
thatqlie m;y at one hasten to share the re
treat of his father at Florence.
I]RELAND.---The Government has sum
nioncd Lord Hey ttSbuiy to London, t(
supporlttlie Corn Bill in the Lords'corn
roittee.; ,
"In Ulster, the laboring classes are suffer


ing as severely as from the want of potatoes
as in thesletiuii nd west.
The accounts of the new potato crop it
Ireland are. upon the whole, encouraging.
The hIy W haivest is unusually forward
this year.' In some parts Of the country
cutting has already commenced.
SAXO.Y.-TThe second chamber of the
Saxon Legislature resiumed, on the after
noon of the 18th inst., the discussion on
the report of the committee respecting the
Ssanguinary riots at Leipsic on the l2th of
August last. The question therefore is, tc
a certain extent, in statu quo.
ITALY.-There is a new movement to-
wards freedom in Italy, favored by King
Charles Albert of Sardinia.
NEW ZELANrD.-The last accounts from
New Zeland state that the troops in the
North were encamped about eight miles
from the Pah of Kawiti, Heki's 'principal
ally.
ALGERIA.--Marshal Bugeand will shortly
return to France, having resigned the post
of Governor General of Algeria. Nothing
is yet determined as "to his successor.
--- THE OVE LAND MAIL FROM CHINA.
By an express extr,,ordinarv, which reach-
ed London on h lie -2001 insi.. in anticipation
of. the mail, we have received advices from
'India and Chiiia., The date% are-Caleutta
- :-April 7'; Madras, 13; Bombay, 15 ; China,
March 29.
The Bombay Times of April 15tb, has
the following brief summary of the news :-
T.lheJ;ist fortriiglit has proved perfectly bar-
req.of intellig,'nce. The commander-in-


chief, like the governor-geneial, has quitted
the Paunjaub : the British garrison remains
inactive at Labore, where the people are
conducting themselves with propriety; but
there seems a considerable amount of tur,
buleuce in the -country.
The new cantonments were being arrang-
ed in the Jullunder Doab, and their garri-
sons assigned to them. The Bombay troops
had begun to arrive at Roree about the first
week of April, and were to be distributed
in the manner formerly described. The
people. in the western India were beginning
to suffer from scarcity, mainly brought by
the deficiencies of last season's rains.-
Cholera was spreading amongst the natives.
India generally is quiet. Some failures of
European houses connected with Bombay,
have occurred. The weather is unusually
cool for the middle of April.
CIRCASSIA.-Trvellers arrived from Cir-
cassia announce that war has not yet com-
menced, but Schamil Bey is making exten-
sive preparations.
PRUSSIA.-Letters from Germany an-
nounce that the constitution will be pub-
lished early in June. Prince Henry of
Prussia, who is at the head of the opposing
party, wished the King to proceed by means
of a sovereign grant. Frederick William
IV. did not entertain the same opinion.
I wish," he is said to have exclaimed, 1
wish the constitution to engage both the
people and the Crown; and to attain in that
object, I ought to consult the States united
in general assembly."
! COTTON MARKET.
LIvERPOOL, May 29.-With reference to our
) Circular of the 18th inst., per Hibernia steamer,
we have to advise that Cotton is about id. per lb.
lower, though fairlUpland is still quoted 5d, and
fair Orleans 5id., those being relatively rather
t higher than other kinds.
For fair Mobile the quotations is 41d and that
was also the quotation for fair Upland a few days
ago, but the market has become a little more firm
since the receipt yesterday of the news of the
I war between the United States and Mexico.
The sales of the week ended 23d inst. were
29,340 bales, of which 4,000 were on speculation
1,000 for export, and the business for the week
endedthis evening, amounts to 26,650 bales, of
which 3,500 are to speculators and 2,400 to expor-
ters.
The American descriptions sold this week con-
t sist of 3,270 Upland at 3g a 5J ; 14,040 Orleans at
r 3J a 5j; 3300 Alabama and Mobile at 3J a 5J ;
and 570 Sea Island at 11' a 15d per lb. It will be
seen that the spinners continue to purchase on an
unusually limited scale, under the influence of an
unsatisfactory trade.
The stock of cotton in this port is now about
770,000 bales against 870,000 at same time last sea-
son. The stock of American is about 531,000 or
I 109,000 less than at that period.
BROwN, SmPLEY & Co.
t [From the Washington Union.]
FUNDS FOR CARRYING ON THE WAPR
WITH MEXICO.
MESSAGE
s Of the President of the United States, in an-
swer to a resolution of the Senate of June 3,
1846, calling for information relative to the
f mode of* raising funds for carrying on the
war with Mlexico.
To the Senate of the United States :
' In answer to the resolution of the Senate
e of the 3d inst., I communicate herewith
- estimates prepared by the War and Navy
. Departments, of the probable expenses of
conducting the existing war with Mexico,
during the remainder of the present and the
whole of the next fiscal year. I communi-
ecate, also, a report of the Secretary of the
a Treasury, based upon these estimates, con-
e training recommendations of measures for
raising the additional means required. It is
n probable that the actual expenses incurred
r during the period specified may fall consid-
t erably below the estimates submitted, which
I are for a larger number of troops than have
I yet been called to the field. As a precau-
tionary measure, however, against any pos-
sible deficiency, the estimates have been
h made at the largest amount which any state
t of the service may require.
It will be perceived from the report of
the Secretary of the Treasury that a con-
e siderable portion of the additional amount
e required may be raised by a modification of
i the rates of duty imposed by the existing
1 tariff laws. The high duties at present le-
vied on many articles totally exclude them
e from importation, whilst the quality and
" amount of others which are imported are
1 greatly diminished. By reducing these du-
ties to a revenue standard, it is not doubted
that a large amount of the articles on which
"they are imposed would be imported, and a
" corresponding amonnt of revenue be re-
-ceived at the treasury from this source. By
t imposing revenue duties on many articles
,now permitted to be imported free of duty,
'and by regulating the rates within the reve-
r nue standard upon others, a large addition-
- ai revenue will be collected. Independently
of the high considerations which induced
.me, in my annual message, to recommend
oa modification and reduction of the rates of
duty imposed by. the act of 18i2, as being
not only proper in a state of peace, but just
.to all the great interests of the country, the
,necessity of such modification and reduc-


tion as a war measure must now be manifest.
The country requires additional revenue for
the prosecution of the war. It may be ob-
i tained, to a great extent, by reducing the
prohibitory and highly protective duties im-
posed by the existing laws to revenue rates;
by imposing revenue duties on the free list;
e and by modifying the rates of'duty on other
" articles.
n The modifications recommended by the
e Secretary of the Treasury in bis annual re-
f port in December last, were adapted to a
state of peace, and the additional duties now
suggested by him, are with a view strictly
- to raise revenue as a war measure. At the
; conclusion of'the war these duties may and
should be abolished, and reduced to lower
. rates.
It is not apprehended that the existing
s war with Mexico will materially affect our
1 trade and commerce with the rest of the
world. On the contrary, the reductions
, proposed would increase that frade, and
t augment the revenue derived from it.
When the country is in a state of war,
; no contingency should be permitted to oc-
cur in which there would be a deficiency in
the treasury, for the vigorous prosecution
* of'the war; and to guard against such an
event, it is recommended that contingent
l authority be given to issue treasury notes,
or to contract a loan for a limited amount,
, reimbursable at an early day. Should no
occasion arise to exercise the power, still it
may be important that the authority should
" exist should there be a necessity for it.
It is not deemed necessary to resort to di-
rect taxes or excises-the measures recom-








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ifbr Governor of New York-to keep promi-
nently in view his military services, while the
charge about rriending the breeches at the
State's expense was to be placed in the back-
ground, if mentioned at all, was not forgot-
ten. No indeed. The fact was remember-
ed too that the request made by the Presi-
dent of Gen. Scott was verbal and not in
writing. What then ? Why, Gen. Scott
must be badgered, provoked, incensed into
the commission of some impulsive act in
writing which would enable Mr. Polk to
change his purpose, and give the command,
of the army to somebody else. And so,
GOV. Marcy, artful, wily man, shrugged his
shoulders,, winked and looked knowingly at
Gen. Scott, and then with a cunning hint-
for all the world one cannot help 1hinking in
this connection how lago tempted Othello
on-gave the General to understand that in
certain high quarters his tardy course of
movement found no favor and was the sub-
ject of animadversion, or something of that
sort! The artful aunt had the desired ef-
fect! The indignant General could not
bear this, and, under the excitement which
it was evidently calculated to produce, ie-
paired to his room and wrote the unfortu-
nate letterto Gov. Marcy of the 21st May !
'This sent, the deed was done! General
Scott was entrapped. Gov. Marcy chuckled,
,and the President coolly requested the
trave General to remain at Washington !-
,So runs the account upon good authority-
and I for one believe it. What schemes
are playing out for tie Presidency! Was
not the adininisiration at the boitoin of the
movement that added a clause to the sup-
plemental war bill, placing the power in the
hands of Mr. Polk of discharging both
Gen.' Scott and, Gen. Gaines from the army
at the end of the Mexican war ?
POTOMAC.

[Corre!-pondence of the Charleston Courier.]
WASHTNGTON, June 13.
The happy result of the long threatening
'Oregon Question, is the subject of general
congratuiation among all parties. It will
gratify ite %%hole country, and, indeed, the
.whole world.
The Senmte, last evening, agreed to advise
the President to accept the terms proposed
'by the British Government.
The injttnrlion of secrecy has not been
remnovedf The Senators will not state the
preciseAerms of the proposition, but I have
reason/to0 believe that the statement I have
heretofore given, is correct in substance.
The final vote on the proposition was as
follows, accordinig to the general belief, to
wit:_
YiEAs-Messrs. Arche-r. A shley, Bagby, Benton,
Berrien, C4h,11ion, ChIalmer., Thos. Cl.ivton. John
M.,Clayton, Colquitt, Davis, Dayton, Dix, Evans,
Green, Haywood, Houston, Huntington, Johnson,
it' Man 1.r land. J,.hni ,,n. of L,,ii-i.iria. L- wis, Me-
duffie. M INgl Mller, Mlorehead, Niks, Piare,
Pennvbaoker. Phi,-Iti, Rusk, Sevier, Simmons,
Speight. Ti.irnev, Uplhm, Webster, Woodbridge,,
Yulee--S'.
NAvs--Mels r*.. Allen, Atherton, Breese, Came-
:Ton, Cass, Dickinson, Fairfield, Hannegan, Jarna-
gin. Jenness, Semple, Sturgeon-12.
NOT v, ii e,rs. Atchison, Westcott-2.
AE-eNT-. -rs. Bai row, Bright, Corwin, Crtt-
tenden-4. :
The Senate did not sit to-day.
We learn, from, the Union, that Mr.
"Walker Will be ready, on Monday, to an-
swer the important inqiiiries of the Senate,
as to the state of our financial affairs.
It is not tao be presumed that the admin-
istratioii will abandon their policy of redu-
cing the Tariff. They may recommend
.that duties be imposed on free articles, and
that the President, at his discretion, shall
have the awho'itv, in ease of a deficiency,
to issue Treasury notes to a limited amount.
It is manifest that, next Muonday, the
great battle of lost political campaign is to
fought over again, upon the proposition to
take up the Tariff Bill. The opposition to
'that motion will be very strong, but it will
prevail.
So powerful is this opposition that it is a
-common remark, among some of the demo-
cratic members, that the Whigs are in a
majority in both Houses. The truth is
that the party lines established at the- Balti-
,:more Convention, and the preceding Whig
Convention, ate broken down, and parties
are, to :some extent, ,merged on many
questions.
In the Houtse, to-day, mutual explana-
tions'took'place between Mr. Gordon, of N.
Y., and Mr. 'Houston of Alabama, in rela-
tion'to some persouailtles that lately took
iplacee between hemn.
A long and violent struggle took place
against the proposition to take up the -Navy
Appropriation B4i.. The object of the op-
'position was to df-isy this bill, in order to
delay the taling'.up of the Tariff ti'fl after
Monday. But the motion prevailed i~n con-
sequence.0f the defection of a few of the
whigs.
Mr. McKay opposed, very vehemently,
the appropriations for the dry docks at Pen-
saeola, P~ornsiotth, and Philadelphia'; and
't he ,result was that they were rejected.
Adock at Pensacola is very desirable, as
there is no plane South of N,,tfol/k where a


F(Lt f vessel can be repait-,-o a case ofany iuju-
ry to her hull. I was ;:iated, on authority,
thatwhile 160 i.,,:t:, ,. of dollars had been
expended since, (he ,late war, on the Navy
Yards between YLmne ind NorfulL, only a
'few ihiusis h-aN been expended south of
,the latter point.
Ir: the coiurse of the debate Mr. Winthrop
expressetia desire la avail himself of-this or
some other c,poi, i nity to move that a
suitable provision be made for the venerable
wid.ow of Captain Roibert Gray, who had
discovered and sailed up the Columbia Ri-
ver, and "i'i.r,, of whose enterprise, we
had inow 01 .,ii >e*'. the peaceful possession of
that region.
The bill was not finally passed but was
left under the previous question. ,
I learn that Mr. 'Allen did not open his
lips, during the proceedings of the Senate
on the Oregon protocol. He was perhaps,
piqued at the neglect of the administration
to inform imn of the project on foot. He
knew nothing of it, till the message came
into the Senate.
WASHINGTON, June 14.
It is understood that the treaty wiith Great
Britain will be sent to the Senate, during
the nextrweek, and that it will be soon rati-
fied, but not without some discussion. A
number of the Senators mill wish to give
their reasons for voting in favor of or against
the treaty. It will, no doubt, be ratified in
time to go out to Enghilnd by the packet of
rthe first of July.
:A speedy change in the CiQbinet is now


looked upon as certain Mr. B uchanan will,
undoubtedly, retire from the Stale Depart-
ment, and accept the vacant seat on the
bench of the Supreme Court, which is re-
served. It is doubtfql who will be his suc-
cessor. Mr. Walker is, however, indicated
by rumor. The state of parties is much
mortified by the Oregon question. The fif-
ty-four men are savage in their hostility to
Mr. Polk. The old party lines are quite
obliterated, and new combinations are form-
ing.
It is believed that extraordinary means, to
the extent of thirty millions, will be needed
for the successful prosecution of the war
with Mexico. Some suppose that issues of
Treasury notes to that extent cannot be
kept at par, even if drawing interest. We
are at a loss to imagine what measures Mr.
Walker will recommend in his report, which
is to be made to-morrow. It is probable,
however, that he will recommend a duty on
free articles, and an issue of some ten mil-
lions of Treasury notes. But, before the
close of the session, it is plain that addi-
tional means must be called for.
It is now doubted whether the govern-
ment has resolved upon an attempt to take
(he Castle of San Juan d'Ulloa. It is
doubted whether the attempt would be suc-
cessful, as its eighty Paixhan guns would
be a formidable obstacle to the most pow-
erful fleet. It can be taken by landing a
force north of the castle, as judicious men
say. The city of Vera Cruz would be thus
easily taken, and the castle would neces-
sarily fall. Santa Anna took the city from
the royalists and forced the castle to sur-
render.
But the Government is determined to
push the invasion. The plan of the cam-
paign is partially indicated in Gen. Scott's
correspondence. The recruiting service
goes on slowly, and it is not believed that
the additional force authorised by law can
be obtained. Gen. Scott's opinion, as stated
in his correspondence, is that not more than
seven thousand regulars can be brought to-
gether by the first of September. The re-
maining part of the force of thirty thou-
sand men, which will constitute the army
of invasion will be composed of volunteers,
enlisted for twelve months. It is appre-
hended by some that the proportion of re-
gular troops will be too small for the pur-
pose of securing that degree of discipline
and subordination that will be necessary to
success.
General Taylor's column now amounts,
it is said, to ten thousand men, and we shall
soon hear that be is on bis march to Mon-
tery, a town 130 miles south-west of Mata-
moros. It is believed here that the retreat-
ing Mexican forces will be there, largely re-
inforced, and make a stand. If so, their
overthrow wll be certain. A pitched bat-
tle, and a brilliant and decisive victory is
anticipated. It is possible that the Mexi-
can Government will then be induced to
come to terms; if not, General Taylor,
joined by the columns which will enter
Mexico by Chi-hua-hua and Santa Fe,
leaving garrisons and posts behind him, will
push on to the City of Mexico.
Peace, it is confidently anticipated, will
thus be conquered before Congress meet
again in December next, even if it be not
attained before, by the expected British
mediation.

WASHINGTON, June 16.
The Treaty was sent to the Senate to-
day, and at 3 o'clock, they went into Exec-
utive Session upon it, but merely referred
it to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
There is to be some discussion upon it.
Mr. Allen and Mr. tiannegan intend to ex-
press their views in opposition to it. Others
of the fifty-four forties will appeal, and it
may be deemed necessary that they be an-
swered.
The Senate was unable, to-day, to fill the
vacancy in the Committee on Foreign Af-
fairs. The whigs and others, solicited Mr.
Calhoun'to take the post of Chairman, but
he declined it. The sixth anJ last ballot,
stood as follows;:-Mr. Archer 18; Mr.
Sevier 22; Mr. Dix 2; Mr. Calhoun 1 ;
Mr. Failrfield 1 ; Mr. Benton 1 ; Mr. Web-
ster 3; Mr. Crittenden 1; Blank 1--no
choice was effected. There is a rumor that
Mr. Calhoun will be chosen to-morrow, in
the hope that then he may consent to serve.
These votes show that the democratic party
is broken up in the Senate.
It is supposed that the democratic party
is divided, in the Senate, between the Cal-
houn men, the Benton men, the Polk men,
and the Cass men.
The fact that the administration expect a
speedy close of the Mexican war is un-
doubted, Thae rumor is that Paredes has
offered to reat. But that rumor, which
has come to us i'n different shapes, is still
doubted.
A message from tnbe President, transmit-
ting Mr. Walker's reportt on the state of
the Finances, in relation to the war, was
received by the Senate to-day. You will
of course, copy it from the papers. The


estimate that the expenses of the war will
make an additional draft upoa the Treasury
of only twenty-three millions, is founded
upon the hope and belief, that the war will
be of brief duration. The Secreta'ry pro-
poses to meet most of this expense, by a
modification of the tariff, which is proposed.
Duties on free articles are proposed, and
in addition, it is recommended that the
President have the contingent power to,
raise twelve and a half millions hy the issue
of Treasury Notes, and by-loan,
The Senate after the ratification of the
Treaty, will undertake the work, now ren-
dered necessary, of forming a Territorial
Government for Oregon.
In the House, the filty-lour forties made
a demonstration, with a view to save them-
selves with their constituents to whom tihey
were pledged. Mr. McDowell, of Ohio',
moved,a suspension of the rules, to enable
him to offer the following resolutions:-
Whereas, the people are the only legiihnate
sovereigns in this republic, and are of right the
arbiters of all questions relating to the annexa-
tion of foreign territory or States to the same,
and of selling their territory, and transferring
American citizens with it to any foreign power:
and whereas no measure involving eitl,,-r can be
constitutionally acted on by less thaii the whole
legislative power of the government, and under
their instructions, and with, their consent: and
whereas it is believed and understood that the
British government, under the false pretence of a
claim to a portion of our territory west of the
Rocky, mountains, denominated Oregon territory,
to the whole of which, to the parallel of latitude
51 deg. 4(, min our title is clear an.] unquestion-


able, and superior to all other title, or pretence
of title, has, it is believed, within a few days
past submitted to the President, and through him
to the senate, a proposition to compromise what
she insists to be the difficulty that exist between
herself arid this ,government, by which she pre-
fers to accept nearly one-half of said territory to
preserve the peace, of the two governments, and
compensate her for claims that have no founda-
tion in fact; and whereas it is believed the Sen-
ate has been in secret session upon the sarme, and
embody it in a form of a treaty, to be signed by
the proper officers of the two governments, and
transmitted to them for ratification ; and whereas
it is believed that it is one of the questions that
require the sanction of the people, and the action
of the whole legislative powerof the government,
and cannot be constitutionally adjusted and set-
tled by the treaty-making power ; and whereas
an attempt thus secretly to adjust the matter,
when the people and their immediate represen-
tatives are ignorant of said proposition, would be
doing violence to the constitution and the rights
of the people, and, if consummated, of no obli-
gatory force upon them : Be it therefore-
Resolved, That in the opinion of this House it
is the duty of the President and Senate to post-
pone further consideration and action upon the
same, and submit it to the people for their deci-
sion and instruction.
Resolved further, That if the treaty-making
power, in secret conclave, attempt to settle a
question of the magnitude and importance of the
Oregon question, it wilt furnish another example
of senatorial and executive supremacy that is in-
compatible with the constitution and the rights
of the people, and will call for a prompt corect-
ive, to place the rights, honor, and welfare of the
country in the keeping of those who will best
preserve and appreciate them.
Resolved, That the object and purpose of those
who desire the preservation' of the liberty, honor,
and true interests of this republic are best attest-
ed by open, manly action upon them, that needs
no midnight veil to hide them from the public
view and scrutiny, and that past experience at-
tests that any other course but serves to steal the
power of the many to that of the few, and thus
enables one department of this government to en-
large its circle of action, and draw within its
sphere from the otherall that is necessary to make
it supreme.
The motion obtained 37 votes. It was
hardly regarded as a serious movement.
While the amendments to the Indian
Appropriation bill were under consideration,
a debate took place on the origin and char-
acter of the Mexican war.
Mr. Pillsbury, of Texas, in reply to Mr.
Culver, of N. Y., vindicated the course of
the administration, and maintained that the
Rio Grande was the rightful boundary of
Texas.
Mr. Stephens, of Ga., made a very elo-
quent speech on the other side, contending
that the war had been made by the Execu-
tive unnecessarily and improperly. The
cause of the war was the advance of the
troops from Corpus Christi to the Rio
Grande, which was ordered without con-
sulting Congress, though it was known that
it would produce a conflict, which was, in
fact, he said, the 11 marked intention of the
movement. Mexico, he contended, had
not manifested any hostility at the annexa-
tion of Texas, and the acquisition might
have been peaceful if the affair had been
prudently conducted. He complimented
those previous administrations by whose
statesmanship evils of war bad been averted,
and this led him into a splendid eulogium
on Mr. Webster.
Mr. Leake, of Va., and Mr. Yancy, of
Ala., replied, and maintained that Mexico
had provoked and commenced the war, and
that the President had done nothing more
than his duty had required in the whole
matter.
The Indian bill and the disagreeing votes
of the two Houses on the supplementary
war bill, were then finally disposed of.
Dy We have dates from New Orleans
to the 20th, but the papers contain nothing
in relation to the Army. The following
from a correspondent of the Delta, writing
from Point Isabel, under date of June 7, is
as late as we have, and quite as interesting :-
Three hundred mounted Texans arrived
last night.
The delegation from the Legislature of
Louisiana arrived ou the Galveston, and the
ten gentlemen will accompany me to Gen.
Taylor's camp this afternoon--a long prai-
rie-ride of 27 Mexican miles. The news of
the brevet-rank o'f Major-General being con-
ferred on General Taylor, meets with uni-
versal satisfaction 'from the officers'of the
whole army.
It is rumored here that Gens. Scott and
Wool are ordered to Mexico ; this intelli-
gence does not meet with the same favor.
On Thursday, 'the Ricardo Rangers were
sent "out on a scout, after some armed
Mexicans, who 'were discovered prowling
about in the vicinity of the Andrew Jackson
camp. They returned without finding them,
but-en their mareh they discovered, through
information furnished by a Mexican, a lot
of arms, swords, pistols, etc., concealed in
a Ranchero's house, about five miles from
camp. These, as Well as the possessor,
were captured by them, mad brought into


camp. The proceeds of the booty will be
distributed among the captors. Ric. is
perfectly at home, and a better fellow in
camp never went on a volunteering expedi-
tion.
Yesterday afternoon, Lt.-Col. Wilson,
with five companies of the 1st Infaintry,
Capt. Desha's Mobile Volunteers, and Capt.
Price's Texas Rangers, accompanied by
Capts. Ogden and Flint, volunteer aids to
Gen. Smith, took up their line of march
for Reinoso, about 60 miles from Matarno-
ros. Gen. Canales, with his 1800 cavalry,
has fallen back. and is entrenched at Rein-
oso. A brush may therefore be looked for
between him and the command of Lt.-Col.
Wilson.
Some of the companies in Col. Walton's
Wa-lhiitlon Regiment having become dis-
gusted with a petty sort of tyranny, peti-
tioned Gen. Smith (as rumored) to join
another regiment-the Jackson preferred :
they were told that all such applications
must be made through their officers. A
release is therefore improbable.
Sickness prevails to some extent through-
out the volunteers, confined, however, to
bowel complaints chiefly; but no sign of
fever. The water and green corn are the
principal cause.
Letters sent from the States for volunteers,
shoul,1 be addressed to the regimernt to
which they belong, adding the CilqneI's
name. If this were done, much disaippoint-
ment would be prevented. The Posipofice
department is niqw attended to by the U. S.'
Quartermasters, who have of other things
much more than they can well attend to


and Gen. Taylor has expressed his deter-[gin. Lord is from La-ford, (loaf giver) and
mination to ask the Postmaster at New Or- h# was called so from his maintaining at his
leans to send proper persons into this coun- own expense a number of retainers or de-
try to attend to that business. Something l pendants. Lady is called Laf dian, (loaf
should certainly be done immediately in server,) because she cut and served round
some quarter-so that responsibility for the the bread to the guests.
postage, as well as delivery of letters, should Grog.-Admiral Vernon was the first who
rest in the proper quarter, introduced a drink of rum and water on
o th N. 0. e, J 1 board a ship. He was called by the Jack
[From the N..elta, JTune 14.: tars, old Grog, from his wearing a grogram
TEXAS.
We received yesterday the papers brought coat in bad weather. Hence the term
by the Galveston. The particulars of the Grog," for the drink.
recent Indian Treaty, is the principal news Among the steamersnow building at Lou-
which we find in them, Eleven tribes were isville, there is one called the Gen. Taylor
fully represented, and all the chiefs signed ad another the Rio Grande.
the treaty and declared their determination e
to assist in punishing all who might violate A SNAKE STORY.-A snake was recently c
it. One of the objects of the delegation of killed in Ouachita parish, La., by Mr. Wm.
Indians who have accompanied Gov. Butler C. Downs, says the Monroe Courier, which r
to Washington City, is to fix upon a line of measured in length eleven feet and eight inch-
boundary, within which to restrict the occu- es, and six inches in diameter. It was sup-
pation of the Indians. The points settled posed to be some kind of a water snake. li
by the treaty are thus enumerated :- Being cut open, three large poisonous moc- b
The Indians acknowledge themselves un- casin snakes were found within. l
der the protection of the United States, and "---a 1
recognise no other authority, pledging C O M M E RC I A L
themselves to perpetual amity and friendship
with the people of the United States, and MA ARA&NGEMENT.
all other friendly Indians. Leaves Chatta oochee Thursdays, 1 P. M.
They agree not to form alliances with the Arrives at Apalachicola Saturdays, 12 M.
enemies of the country, and to give notice Leaves Tuesdays, 9 A. M.
of any contemplated invasion or impending Arrives at Chattahoochee, Thursdays, 12 M.
danger. REMARKS ON THE MARKET.
Each tribe is to give notice of any viola- Our cotton market continues in a very quiet
lion of the treaty on the part of any other, state, We have no transactions to notice during
They are to give up all prisoners, and aid the week just past. The stock on sale is very
the authorities of the United States in ob- light-most of that which was offered having been
raining them. withdrawn under advances for shipment. Our a
They pledge themselves to desist from all rivers are still beatable, but the crop is pretty much
murder and depredation, and to surrender forward and receipts here consequently very light. a
all offenders to be tried by the laws of the Since our last report we have advices from Liv-
United Sta-ites. erpool up to the 4th inst. per steamer Caladonia
The United States have the right to es- via Boston. The cotton market was firm without
tablish agencies trading houses among them, change in prices.
and to establish military posts, &c. ,-,r i jr i jr*
They concede to the United States the s FitEHTS.-We have had some little addition-
right ohf control over all trade and inter- to our tonnage daring the week, and have to notice
cright OTacontrol oveill n itrane sk inerso- the engagement of one barque, part cargofor Liver-
course, and will in no instance seek person- pool, at 11-16d., and one barque for New York, at
al redress for injuries, either to person or 16a1r rk
property, but will in such cases apply to the r sc o -p i e
United States agent. Our stock on hand, unapptoprated, la estimated
They concede the tight to introduce at 8000 bales.
among them ministers of the gospel and [EXTRACT.]
school teachers. COLUMBUS, June 24.
They agree to prohibit the introduction "The advices per Caledonia steamer, from
of spirituous liquors among them, and to Liverpool of the 4th inst., were communicated to
give notice of the violation of this provision. the Washington Union' by Telegraph. Great
The United States, in consideration of Britain has instructed her Minister to offer 1he
these stipulations on the part of the several mediation of that Government to settle the Mexi-
Indian tribes represented at the treaty, agree ican difficulties. Of cotton it says 'There has
to take peace for them with all their erie- r*, j- ,.m
o m e p fr t th been a fair demand since our last report. The
miles, to give them presents every fall, &c. sales for four days, ending 4th inst. was 21,000
as usual in similar treaties. -., .,
asusualei simiar trandies. al n bales-3000 on speculation-prices cannot be quo- s
The E-se-qua-i-as and Mescaleros. num- ted any lower, but the market decidedly firm andp
being together about 5000 souls, who are dy loer extreme rat es b ei d ed I
branches of the Lipans and allies of the steady-very extreme rates being obtained.
Camanches, and came recently from the There is no improvement in Grai.'"
Mexican prairies, are included among the COTTON STATEMENT Last
tribes represented at the treaty. The Ca- COTyeONrTATEMENT. at
manches are anxious to conciliate them. Stock on hand 1st Sept .. .. ......4 3
One white child and four Mexican boys Received past week ............. 262)
were ransomed from the Camanches. The previously ........ 110,041 n
Sciln w s aTotal .... bales -- 110,307 150848o
two Parker children were seen, and arrange- Exported past week ........... 1,213
ments have been made to procure them by previously .......... 97,612
frost. Total.......... -- 98,825 147617
A party of eleven Tonkaway Indians re- -u hd an on sb n e ll,48 8232
cently visited the new Dutch Colony at ,On hand and on shipboard notleared 11,482 3232
Castroville, and stole three horses. The EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APAtAOCHIOOLA
owners of the horses immediately pursued, Commencing 1st September, 1845--and same
overtook and killed three of the Indians and time in 1844.
recovered the horses. PastTPnzvi- I Last
Col. Harney, of the U. S. Dragoons, has WHITrErR rXPORenD. Iweekiously. 'I Aseasont
recently made a requisition upon the Gov- Liverpool ............ .. 1213.32528.33741 .45645
ernor of Texas for seven companies of men,, Havre.........8........... .. ..48.. 8 ..2587
to assist in the defence of the frontier. Trieste ............... ...... ...... ... ....5012
Genoa ......... .. ...... ...... ......) .2421
NAVAL.-The U. S. Frigate Potomac, Other ports............ ...... ...950 ...95% .1490
('apt. Aulick, is now off the Bar, waiting Total o For. Ports. ..1219.i8$336.39549 .59749
for despatches for Commodore Conner. New York ........... ...--.- .31591-'31591 .38746
The U. S. ship Falmowth arrived here Boston...............- ...... 12830 .12S80.25494
last evening from the Mexican coast. She Providence .. .... ...... .. 6965 ..6965 ..8616
brings no news. Philadelphia ..................932 ...932..2498
??Sr- 7/r Baltimore........ .. ..... ,2494..2494 ..1885
The U. S. steam frigate Mississippi, Capt.. New Orleans................ 2374 ..2374 .8616
Fitzhugh, sailed from this port this morn- Otherports ........... ...... .. 2040 ..2040 ..2013
ing, taking the. mails for the use of the U. Total Coastwise.... ...... 59276 .59276 .87868
S. Squadron in the Gulf. TOTAL-BALS. ..>....... 777^98825 147617
The U. S. steamer Gen. Taylor left here ,^-^-- --i-- --
last evening for New Orleans, for the pur- PASSENGERS.
pose of bringing on a draft of seamen for Per steamer Augusta-Capt J B Hall, Mr E C
the U. S. Navy.--Pensacola Gazelle, 20th Duff.. 3, ,-
*' Per steamer Viola--Miss Bugbee, Messrs Ellis
inst. and Cheever.
The Circuit Court for this county, his RECEIPTS FROM THE INTER.IOR.
honor Thomas Douglass presiding, closed Per steamer Augusta--63 bales cotton to John
its session on yesterday. The entire basi- C Macley.
ness of the term was disposed of. The Per steamr Viola--80 bales cotton to .John C
/ Grand Jury were discharged early in the Ellisoa & Co; 9 to Lockhart & Young.
first week of the session; but few indict- _
ments were found, and with but one excep- EXPORTS.
tion, convictions were had upon all. LIVERP00L--Per ship Edwin--1213 bales
Pensacola Gazette, 20th inst, cotton. __
MATAMOOS.--A private letter, received MARI I INTETTPITGENCE.
yesterday, by the Creole, says :--"There ilillU lU fL ~ Ji I
are a thousand rumors afloat here, such as.
Parades coming down at the head of 30,000 POR OF APALAGHICOLA ......... June 30.
men to give battle to our army ; that Arista CLEARED.
and Ampudia have been ordered to the city Juane 27--Schr Elixabeth Caroline. Morton. for


of Mexico, to be tried for the loss of the New Orleans." "
battles -of the 8th and 9th ult., et. et. June29-Ship Edwin, Pierce, for Liverpool, by
battls of he 8h and9th ut., 't".ec T L Mitchel.
None,of which, however, I can trace to au-
thentic sources." ARRIVED.
[N. 0. Com. Times, 20th inst. June 27--Bark John Brower, Hubbs, fm Pro-
vidence, to Hill, Dawson & Co.
AMERICAN 'CoNsuLs.-Captain Hoffman, Bark Curis, Outerbridge, fm New York.
0 if'M~ LiSteamer Agnes, Wheaton, fm Chattahoochee
of the bark Win. Ivy, reports the Archelaus Steamer Viola, Morton, tm Columbus.
from Tampico, arrived off the bar on the Steamer Augusta, Robertson, from Columbus.
12th inst., with the American Consul, Mr.
Schatzell, and several other Americans on LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
board, who had been previously ordered snip.
from Maiamoros by the Mexican autbori- Blanchard, Blanchard, tons, for Liverpool,
rN 0. C Times,7 201h ins. loading-Chas Rogers & Go.
ities.--[N. O. Com. Times, 20t~h inst. BARQUES,
Sarah Sheaff, Sands, 401 tons, for Liverpool, load-
CUSTOMS AND P]HRAsEs.-Bride's Cake. ing-J Day & Co.
-The use of this article at weddings, ori- John Brower, Hubbs, 310 tons, for Liverpool,
ginated in the old Roman custom of divi- loading--Hill, Dawson& rjo.
.in d in te od oa c m o Curtis, Outerbidge, 249 tons, for New York, load-
ding the cake of wheat and barley, as a firm ing-Master.
alliance between man and wife, BT-s.
Bugg-a-bo.-It is properly boglebo. Bo- Leonora, Mandueil, 194 tons, for New York. load-
gle signifies a malevolent spirit,.: The En- ing-Wm G Porter & Co.
glish Shropshire term bugganbo, means the Alabama, Allen, 271 tons, for New York, load-
same thing. If a horse takes fright, they ing-Wm G Porter &e Go.
say that he spied a bugganbo.-TGIC.PE R OA ,Esisy
"Bumpe'r is a'orrup uofbon-perf,.good NT13YriC E. -PETER HOBART, Es., is my
uper is a coruptioof bn-pere,' g authorised agent during my absence from
father, viz: the Pope, whose health wa the State of Florida.
drank after dinner by the monks in full HENRY G. GUYON.
glasses, Apalachicola, June 30, 1846.
Qbod wine needs no bush.-Anciently T0rICE.-Mr. JNO. S. HUTCHINSON is
bushes of Evergreens, such as ivy, cypress, Y our authorised agent during our absence from
&c., were used as signs at the door of hous- the State. MATHER & BARRY.
es where wine was sold, But good wine June 13, 1846.
would soon bring a house into repute, and it -TOTICE. CHARLES J. SHEPARD is my
would need no bush, Nl_ duly authorised agent while Iam absent
Not fit to hold n candle to; him.-This from the State of Florida.
phrase arose fro'inthe early custom of can- Jane6, 1846. 23-4t J. W. RINALDI.
dies being held by the domestics, and not *TOTICE-Mr. WM. H. LONG is our agent
placed on the table. 2. During our absence from the State.
Lord and Lady -,-are words of Saxon ori- May 30 MILLER & Co.


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


)d~-~gn~~u~*~am;r~unurs~u~u;narsurw~P


on--and if you have changed your opinion
about our bargain since I seen you at
camp-meetin.
N. B. I've conkluded not to sind this lot-
ter after all. so you can jist answer it, or not at
all, as it pleases you. No more at prisint.
F. McG.

PULPTT ELOQU'NCE.-In the pulpit, elo-
quence is seen. not in the glare of orna-
ment. but in thle holy ministry of comfort
or the solemn exposition of Providence,
damnping the hardened brow of guilt, and
exhorting2 from the heart a testimony of its
own corruptions! What subject can be ca-
pable of more suhlirne effect, than the reli-
gion which preaches liberty to the captive,
,and consolation to the distresqed-,-that pro-
mises ife in dewlth, and raising the eye of
hope to heaven, dispenses the message of
salvation. to every condition and to every
clime? With how moving an appeal does
it plead the cause of helpless infants, or
destitute old age, searching the bosom for
every string, that can be touched to pity,
and bringing the gush of sympathy from
the nnfeeling heart, like water from the rock
in the wilderness.
A Weardale doctor was lately summoned
to a cottage at Harwood, Teaseale, near
DMrlingion, England, and found a boy pa-
tient in need of his services.
Exhibit your tongue." said the doctor.
The ]ad started like a gawvison.
"6 My good bay," repeated the medical
man. put out your tontie."
"Talk Hinglish, doctor." said tlhe moth
er, and then, turning Lto her son she cried--
Hoppelln ye'er goblet and turn oul ye'er
lollikr!"
The lad rolled out his tongue in a min-
ute.
SMILES OF PROVIDENCE.--We have all
heard of the smiles of Providence. I was
much pleased with Uucle Jim's idea on
thal subject.
Good morning, Uncle Jim."
1 Gi~od morning."
Well, you've got your daughter mar-
ried off have you ?"
"Yes."
"Really Providence smiled upon you."
"Smiled!-no, bless you, she snickered
right out!"
"Pa, do tile tailors have committees in
the Common Council?"
No iny love."
I'm sutre they ought, for the butchers
have one."
Not that I am aware of."
"0, ys, pa. I read it in the paper. It
is call-d the joint committee.


Drugs -andI lM edI i ines,.
f THE subscriber has, and witt
constantly have, on hand, a complete
ass,,rtment of DRUGS and MEDI-
C INES, which he will warrant puwe
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 theda% 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 Ahe 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, is,
and has been for a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive ptoofs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
cold& 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 ig
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
Tarraat's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
HEALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
!>y the use of'TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This Freparation is universally allowed to be
the most p,,pulir remedy of the present day, lor
the prevention and cure of Indigesti n, Bilious
,ind Liver Complaints, Nervous Wdakn .9s,,Head-
iche, Heart, urn, habitual Costivenesq,.
Traveller: and residents in warm climates will
`'id it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frectuent occasion for gentle and cooling
.urgatives; -hey will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov .5. J. C. ALLEN, Drugghtt, &c.


Jaclksan Circuit Court.
SPRiNG TERM, 1S46.
The Farmers'Bank of Virgiaia, ]
Coinl'tt. /
vs , In Chancery.
Thomas M. White, Adm'r, &c j
et. al. Defendants. J
IT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that
R)brt W. Williams, one of'the defendants,
resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida,
to wit, in the State of' Virginia. It i.4 theret',,re
ordered that said defendant appear and answer t he
said complainant's bill of coinpl)lint, within four
months fr,)rri the d ite of tee first pnblication of
this ordor, othervise the said comn;)painant's bill
of' complaint shall be taken )s against the said
Robert W. Williams as and for confessed, acexr-
dinev to the form of' the Statute in such case made
and provided. It is 6inrtiier ordered, That a copy
of this order be published in some new-paper
printed and published once a wek for four months.
Dated this eight day of Myiv, A. D. iS16-.
THO. DOUGLAR, Judge.
A true extract frnrn the minutes of the Court.
NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk.
C. 11. Dupov'r, Counsel and
Solicitor for Compl't.
May 8, 1S-!i. ^mavO )T2-4 m


OTICE-All persons having clainmg against
John Jenkins, late of Franklin county, de-
ceased, are reuuested to present the saime du.y
authenticated, within the time prescribed by law,
or this notice will be plea in bart of their reco-
very, and all persons ilidebted to< s id estate, urle
requested to make immediate payment.
B. ELLtSON, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, June 4, 1846. 23-2m
N OTICE-Six %eeks after date, I wiU apply
to trie Judae o0 Probate of Franklin Couniv
for letter.- of 'h-idminislriti~n upon the estate ol
Josepil C. Burdsall, hie of' raid county, deceased.
Said Judte, having -rdered, that additional
bond be given by the Administrat( r, by the lsj of
July next, in default tWierein, his letters will be
revoked.
THOMAS ORMAN.
Apal hicnIcn, June 6, 19.16 23-6t
N OTICE-Six weeks after date, 1 will apply
lo the Judge of' Probate for Franklin county
for letters of admi ,istration upon the estate e1
Samnel ,Simnpson, late of said county, deceasedl-
as said Judge has noted default in the late Exec
utor to said estate, and revoked his pnwtrs to act.
THOMAS ORMAN.
Apalachicola, May 14. 1S46 2) 6w


[For the Advertiser.
-SING ME THAT LITTLE SONG.
TO M--
Oh, sing me that little song,
: Once, once again!
nt floats like the breeze'along-
Gentle its strain,
Comes it as soothingly
Over mine ear,
A, tho sweet minstrelsy
Of Heaven's Fp, ro,
Oh, sing me that little song-
Do NOT IRBFTTrS -
My dark soul it thrills upon.
IT]-Idlini3 iiB brui-'e; ..
-:n-'wini the fundest hopes
E'er it can know;
6iN(s IT! -'In gushing notes
Forth let it flow,
lVInor lin'; nor vicissitude
TaAT can efface-
Iilem.'ry cannot elude;
Deep is- its trace-
"ltou sung it when first we met--
We'-were GAY then--
Tears of sorrow sirce we've wept;
Sing it again n
Oh, pliv me that simple afr;
Sing th:e sweet song;
Dispels it the grief and care
I have known long:-
It wakes the bright di eam sofyouth
Lorig buried lali;'
It tells of THY love and truth--
SING ITAGAIN,! FWW,'


FOR the cure (if' Digpel-,sia or Indigestion, Bi!
ious and nervous Headache, Constipa ion,
Diarrahma, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
[ency, &c. Fur sale wholesale and retail, by
Nov 5. J.'C AL LEN, l)ruzgi.st.
Tar'rasat's Conmplound Extract of
Cuoebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
qin -- fiew day.q-no confine-
ment or restriction in diet,
is neessa)ry. It will be
found invaluAble, beine pre-
pirod with the greatest
possible (are, upon well
tested principles (' unded
upon that important law,
first established bv the cel-
ebrat-d Dr. Fordyce, viz:
that a combination of sim-
ilar remedies would produce a more certain,
speed&, and considerable effect, than any equiva-
lent dose of a-y single one.' In many cases the-
disease i-s entirely prevented by its timely applica-
tion. For sale by
Nov 5. J. C. ALI.FN. PrniList. &c,.


N O I'ICE--'ix months afir date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court (if Fm'a"'din
county, for a final dischargre from the admini.;;tra.
tion of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased
B T. CARO, Adm'r.
RENJ. ELLSON, A4ent.
Aimlacahicnla, April 4, IS1St6 14 ( m


Mary Ann Rouen, )
vs. Bill for Divorce.
John Rouen.
IT a!pearing from the affidavitt of the olicitor
of the onmplainant, that the defendant, John
Rouen, resides beyond the limit, of' the State of
Fi,,ridi. It is ir,'erMd that publication be made
in theCommercial Advertiser onep a week lor the
spare of fo;r months, or" the i stlitutitim of this
soit, reiquiriniEg him to napoear and answer to the
,;aid bill on or hefore the fi-:t day oi O."-ther next,
or the s:me will h.- talipn as contested a,;iiist
him, and ueh further order made in the premises
as to the Court may seem proper.
(A Copy-,Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
May 16,1846. 20-4m


N OTICE--Aft.-r six month's publication of
this notice, I shall apply to the Jod e of
Probate, for Franklin county, to be discharged
from thf administration of the estate of Oliver
C. Raymond, Late of said county, deceased.
BEN F. NOISRSF,
March 129, 1941C. Adm'r. de bonis non.
N OTrIC,,'-Six months aft-cr date T tvill apply
1 to the Probate Court of Franklin Couity,
for a final discharge frirni the adiriiinstratiim and
office of executor of the estate of David Rich-


THE EMIGRtANT'S LAM tNT.
BY THE HON. IMRS.'BLACWOOD.
I'm sitting on the stile, Mary,
Whsre we it side by side,
On a bright M ,y morning long ago,
When ',-t \iy,,l were my bride.
The corn was springing fresh and green,
" And the lark sang loud and high,
And the red was oi your lip, Mary,
And the loie-lfi'r, in your eye.
Th-'place, is little changed, Mary,
The d,-y is bright as then,
The larva's loud song is in mny ear,
And, the corn is green again.
But I miss the soft clasp of your hand,
And your b-,,.i warm on my cheek,
And I still keep listening for the words
You never more may speak.
'TIs but a step down yonder lane,
And the little church stands near-
Thl church where we, were wed, Mary;
I see the spire from here.
But the graveyard lies between, Mary,
And my step might break your rest,
For I've laid you, darling, down to sleep,
With your baby on i>,ur -,,j'r asi.
I'm very lonely now, Mary,
For the poorlmake no new friends;
But,, oh! they love the better still
The few our Father sends.
Aud you were all I had, Mary,
My blessing and my pride ;
There's n,.,d.r, az left to care for now,
Since my poor Mary died.
Yours was the good, brave heart, Mary,
That still kept hoping on,
When the trust in God had -left my soul,
And my arm's young strength was gone.
There was comfort ever on your lip,
And the kind look on you-r brow;
I bless you, Mary, for that same,
Though you cannot hear me now.
I thank y,,u for the patient smile,
When your heart was 6it to break,
%Vh-n the hunger-pain was gnawing there,
And you hid it for, my sake ;
I bless you for the pleasant word,
When your heart was sad and sore ;
Oh! I'm 1I, vil..f,] that you are gone, Mary,
Where grief can't reachyou more!
I'm bidding you a long farewell,
My \1 ,ry--kind and true! ", ,
But I'll not forget yon, darling,
In the land I'm goingi to.
They sty there's bread and work for all,
And the sun shines always there.
But I'll not forget my native laud,
Were it filty times as fair.
;And often in those grand old woods
I'll sit arid shuit my eye-,
A; I iny heart will travel b ick again
To tile place where Mary lies
And I'll think I see t h little. stile
Where we sat side by side,
And th "springing corn, and the bright May
When 'first you were my bride! [morn.


]Oillilt U ,;t .-.L Ut f,,tiHL. tile Piles.
PHYSICIAN'S and Chemists have long been
anxious to disc(v.-r a medicine that would
cure one ol the mo.st troublesome diseases, the
Piles. Success has at last been the result. Dr
JACICSON'S PILE EmIrtaOCATION not only slops.
all bleeding, allays Ipain and inflammation, sub-
dues that intolerable itching, but eftlefualh cures,
like a charm, and in a very short time, person,
whose lives have been rendered miserable for
years. For sale by J C ALLEN,
Sole Agent for Apalachicola.
March 29. 1S46. 13-4m


AT CTAMBEr'rcnr Mac 2% 1-.i' ard&on, deceased.
AT CHAMBERS, MAKCHi 29, IS- E. B. An WHITMARq1J.
Circuit. Court Pranklini County. Fob 21, -16. ;m
Hezekiah Nash, ) ,
vs. Petition to foreclose mort- St t T a o e S ale.
Sidney R. Ford and gage. State Tax Collector's Sale.
Elizabeth A.'Ford.- -pUBLIC NOI'ICE is hereby given thai six
W" HEREAS, a petition has been (his day filed _L months after dite I will evxpse to sile at
in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of public outcry, ooposite the Court Honse d,,or,
Franklin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain in the City of Apalachioia, county of Franklin,
houehold furniture, made and executed in Deca- the following Lots, lying and lining in said City,
tur county, Georgia, on the 28th day of Ail.msr, a" the property of' the foll.wiig pers- ns, for
1P44; and it appearing to tlhe satisfaction of the Taxes due said State for the year 1S45, as per
pIn f itv.
Court, by the affidavit of "the petitioner, that the p .n of Clt.
defendants Sidney R, Ford and Elizabeth A. Furd Lts. I il/orck.- Otivers. \ "',x,-.
reside, beyond tv'e limits of the State of Florida: 2 4,) Campbell, S 2;J
It is ordered that said defendants do appear, arid 9 and 12 El Calhoun & Ross, 1 6U


Drugs, Medicines, &C.
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs,'Medi-
cines, &c. consisting in part ot the tollow-
ing articles:-.50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and hf
pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil;
40 kegs Epscin Salts; 10 bhis Copperas; 10 lb,,
Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London Mustard; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup ;
t0 kegs Pearlash ; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel ; 20 doe Spts
"Furpentine, 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.


7 and


6 and


hie their objections, it they have atny, within 15.1
digvs before the fi,'st day ot the ensuing f!all t'.rr
of' this Court, otherwise said petition shall be
taken pro conlesso; 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-Tieste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
April 18, 1S1G. 16-2m


Bi
29
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Wm. Mathers or assigns
Dr. Meacham,
H. N. Morris,


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80


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60


F OR Lite curte ) I.),.AF..'.SS, l ,l;is, and the
discharges of matter from the Ears Also,
all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing ol
insects, falling of water, whizzing of slearn, &c.
&c., which are symptoms of aptroaching deaf-
ness, and also generally attendant with the dis-
ease. Many persons who have been deaf tor ten.
fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged t,,
use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two
blttles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made
perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeous highly
recommended its use. For sale bv
J C ALLEN, Sole Agent
March 29 13-4m for Apalachicola.
Cabinet IVork Shop.
<< 'i- Il' subscriber is now in readiness
r.-ri o inanufactnre new, or repair old,
I T TI I Furniture, with proniptness 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.
0C1- hop in third story of Brick Building, cor-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.


JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
and ex-Officio State Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, Jan. 21, 1916. 4-6m
State T]ax Collector's Sale.
BY virtue of' the power vested in me by law,
I shall expose for sale, before the Court
House door in the county of Calhoun, on the first
Monday in November next, the following pro-
perty, or so much thereof as will pay the State
tax due on the same for the year 1845:--The S
W I section 33, township 3, ran-ge 1, joininaz the
town of Iola on the west, and the Apitachicola
River on the east, purporting to belong to H. V
Snell. Aln, IV 1, S E I section 14, t.ownship 1,
rang-eS, N a-d W; N E -} section 23, township 1.
range 8, N and W'; fractional s.,ction 21. ditto
36, ditto 35, purporting to belong to Thomas M.
Bush, joining the lands of Mrs Thomas and the
Apalachicola Riv;,r. Also, 40 acres land puirport-
i,,v to belong to James Hudson, joining James
Nail's land arid the Armona, No. not known.
Also, 86 acres land, pirportin to belong to P. Mc-
C.,rmick, joining Sirah Nall's and the Armona,
No. not knuwn. Al-o, the land, puriorti-ii, to
belong to the Ai)allicicola Land Comipany, INini,
in the county of Calhoun, bound -d east bv the
Apalachicola River, and west by Old River,
known as Bird's Island, and pa't oif F, rbeQ' Pur-
chase. ISAAC JACK-ON, Sheriff
and ex-offinio Tax Collector, Calhoun Co.
May 39, 1S4(. 23-3 6,n
11as-I in,'ton C~musty.
TAX COLLEC I'()R'S SALE
W ILL he sold on tire second Monday in Sep-
NV lember next, (14th) at tie C.,urt. house
door, at Roache's Bluff, in Washinlgton coiU;o\,
within the usu.il hours of sale, tire following pro-
perty, to wit :
Fonr hundred and eighty acres of land, INing
in Home's Valley, levied on as the property of
the estate of Jacoh A. Blhiekweli, and to be sold
for the taxes lor the year- lS'45.
Aln, ,oe hu-idred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the properly o,
Blacktone, and to be sold for the taxes
f'or the year 1815.
Also, forty acres of land, lyinz in Holmes'
VAtllev, levied on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes foir the year IS'15.
Also, fIor'y acre of land, lking on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property of A. S. Bryani, and to
he sold for the year ISMl4.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
in, in HHolmes' 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 2S, 1S46. 13-6m

State Tax Collector's Sale.
FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, 1846.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
shall ,xpose for sale before the Conit Honse
door, in the town of Marianna, Jackson count v,
Florida, on the first Monday in December next,
the fflllolwvi'lg properly, or so much thereof as will
pay the Stale and County Taxes due thereon for
the year 1845:
320 acres 2d rate, land-Nns. not knownt-pur-
porting to belong to Coonell & Mills.
89 acres of 3d rate land belonging to John
Davis.
120 acres of 3d rate land belonging to the estate
of Levin Brown, and adjoining the 16th section
at Brown's Ferr'v.
320 acres of'2d rate land belonging to the estate
of William Banks.
327 acres of 1st rate land belonging to David
Gertman.
320 acres of 2d rate land belonging to Mal-
chomb Gilchrist.
160 acres of 2nd rate land belonging to Henry
Hannan.
80 acres of 2d rate land belonging to James
Montit-rt.
80 acres of 2d rate land belonging to Washing-
ton Mayo.
160 acres of 2d rate land belonging to Henry
& Dudly Peoples.
40 acres of 3d rate land belonging to 1Wilev
Stewart.
80 acres of' 3d rate land belonging to G. G.
,Windham.
,160 acres of 1st rate land belonging to John
H. Wilson.
SAMUEL STEVENS, Sheriff and
ex-officio Tax Collector Jackson County.
Per JoHN. T. MYRICK, Deputy.
Marianna, June 11, 1846. 24-ts


AT CHAMBERS,' MARCH 16, l14i.
Franklin Circuit Court.
INT r'U & H TcPT7 V


111 kr 1A.1 \ k/r v1.^L ,I ,
Alphonse Loubat,
VS.
George W. Harrison and Mar-a-
ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
David G. Raney and Harriet F.
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hu.d-
son, Alexandrr McAlpin and
Og-den Hazzerty, Assignees of Bill to fore-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort-
Bogart and John N. Hawth,,rn, gage on lots
constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. 9 and
& Hawthorn; David MWifland, 1-2 in block
David S. Kennedy, Henry La- El, in the
verty, James S. Branden and city of Ap-
Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola.
Ihe firm of fJranden& Murray;
Crumby arid -- Dra-
per, constituting the firm of
Crumby & Draper; Wil-
son and -- Gale, visible
partners of the firm of Wil.:on,
Gde & Co. and James Brown.
Ir appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the abwve nan-ed defendants do not refside
within the State of Plliida, but within the
U'nuted States; It is ther-f,,re ordered, that pub-
lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser,
once a week, for Ihe space of four months, of the
institution of said suil, reqniriilg them to appear
and ans.Ner to the said bill [il' foreclosure on or
before the expiration of that time, or said bill
will be taken as cor.7essed against t hem and such
further order given in the premises as tu the
Court may seem meet.
(A Copy--Testa.)
WiLIAAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
March 20, 1916-12-4m
Fran-klin Circuit Court.
V"RANKLIN COUNTY, FLORiDA.
Benjamin M. Grilfin,
Vs. Fi Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Jame-, Y Smith.
THE defendant and all others are hereby noti-
fied that the petition to foreclose a mo'rtage
of the dc'lenda'it on his interest in the steam boat
Albany, has this day blen filed in the office of
the Clerk of said Court, and -that judgment will
be prayed lor at the next fall .erm of said Court.
A. G. SEMMES,
June 11, 1846. 24-4mn Att'y for Pertioner.
r ranEklin County.
FiR]T D[.lT'iCF JUSICE'S COURT.
A. G. Sernmes, )
vs. Attachment.
Aaron B. Marvin.
FTIrHE defendant is notified of the institution of
1_ the foregoing suit by attachment, returnable
to the April term of said Court.


PAINTS AND OTLS-50 kegs No 1 White
Lead; 200 galls Winter Lamp Oil; 300 gall4
l.ins&ed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass; 500 lbs Pat-
ty; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


Spring Goods.
JUST arrived l-er brig Metamora-
Rich Fancy Prints-English and American,
New style -nDi very superior Ginghamis,
China Lawns, fir Ladies' Dresses,
Ladies' Fancy Dresses, in pattern,
S-10 arid 12-4 Musquito Lace Netting-double
and single.
50 pcs plaid and white corded do do.
Ladies' ta,:cy Sin Shades and Parasols,
Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,
,igured Muslins, Balzarines and other styles of
(Goods, I ,r Spring Dresses.
LAdies' Kid Walking Sh,,es, Bnskins and Gaiters,
Do black and colored KMd Slippers and' Ties,
FlVrence, Leghorn, Open-work and Dunstable
Straw Bo- netts,
Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jackonet
Muslins.
Besides many other articles which the subscriber
interds to sell very low.
March 28 F. KOPMAN.


Tho-i. Clark,
BOOT AXi). SH O}1MAKER,
Fin CONTINUES to earry oi this hbusi-
^^J^ness in Apalawhicola, 1 wo doors below
'i the City Hotel o(n Centre street.-
^---" 1evi r superior wrkmen, lie is con-
fident, that all wio rerny patrmize him will fi, d
thev have called a! lhe right shop. French Calf'
Skin arind A,1rocco Boot[es, ,or ,hoes, mad to (,rd(hr,
of the lht,-st fashion arid most All mend in &c d-newilh neatness and prom|,-
ltudo, aild ol terlns that cannot fail to be re-
cognised as in keeping with the competition in
trade and (he closeness of the times.
janl7 ,'1-6t


CONTENTS.
1. The Sneeches or Addresses, and Mesqazes
of the Presidents of the United States, from Wash-
inrton to Polk.
2. A Memoir, or Biographical Sketch of each
President', preceding his Messagre
3 An account of 'he Inauguration of each
President, and a History of the principal political
events of his administration, and of the transac-
tions of Conlgress at, eich qes-ion during the pe-
riod. These sketches followirlg the Messages,
&c., of each President, and, with the Mess iges,
forming a com'nendious Political History of the
United '`ti i.- Fir the last fifty-seven years.
4. Declaration of Independence.
5. Articles of Contederation
6 Constitution of the United States, with
Notes and References.
7. A brief history of the events and circum-
stanceq which led to the Union of the States and
formation of the Constitution.
8. 'A synopsis of the Constitutions of the se-
veral States.
9- Tables of Members of the Cabinets of the
various administrations, Ministers to Foreign
Countrie.3, and other principal public officers.
10, Chionological Table of Political Events in
the United States.
11. Statistical Tables of Revenue, Commerce
and Population.
12. A complete Index, or Analytical Table of
Contents to the whole work.
TO AMERICAN CITIZENS.
The publisher of the above NATIONAw WoRiK:,
in announcing its comprLtion, takes the oppor-
tunity lo state, that the sale of the same has been
committed to his agents throughout the Union,
who are authorized to assure subscribers that
there will be no deviation from the price fixid,
namely, FIVE DOLLARS per copy, which must be
considered reasonable for two handsome octavo
volhmes of over seven hundred: pages each.
No exrense has been spared in the prepara-
fion of these volumes of D...'-(,.i. History and
Statistics.. to ren'ler the same worthy the pitro-
nagp, not only of i l.-s... and Legislators, but
of the American public generally; who will fino
i9 this TREASURY OF POLITICAL K XOWLEDE, a
mass of information indispensable to every intelli-
gent citizen.
Forinei editions of the Presidents' Messages
have been imerfect and incomplete in many re-
spects, which have now been remedied, 1st by a
carmpful eon arison-,with official documents, and
2d by diligent research, to supply the Special
Messages and Addresses omitted.in f..r-,,.-r com-
pilations. The Index to the whole work, ofSnb-
iects, names and dates is a new feature of this
edition, which will make it invaluable for refer-
ence.
To render these writings of the American
Presidents more valuable as a continued National
History, they are accompanied with Memoirs of
the Presidents and a History ot the various ad-
ministrations.
The work is edited and compiled by Mr. ED-
wIN, WiLLAM.r4s, whose familiarity with our Po-
litical History and Statistical Subjects generally,
are well known to the public, and afford a suffi-
cient guarantee for the accuracy and fidelity of
the compilation and accompanying History.
EDWARD WALKER,,
April 11 114 Fulton-street, New-York.


a i rait).

WOMAN.--Great indeed is ihe task as-
sianed to woman; who can elevate its dig-
Dity1 Not to inake laws, not to lead carnies,
not to govern emntpires; hut to formi those by
whotn laws are made, armies led, and em-
pires governed ; to guard a _-,in-4t the slight-
est taint of bodily infirmity the frail yet spot-
less creature whose orall no less than
.physical h-in- ni.ust he derived from 'her;
to inspire those principles, to incilcate those
doctrines, to animate those-senwiments which
generations yet unborn and nations yet unci-
vilized shall learn to tilr,-; Io soften firntitiess
into mercy and chasten honor into refine-
ment; to exalt generosity into v~irtuie; by a
soothing care to allay llie i -h of the
body and the far worse ao..;,ii s!il ,,ltit- mind ;
by her tenderness to disarm passion ; by her
purity to Iriuml)h ovei sense; to cheer the
scholar sinking under his toil; to console
the statesman for the ingratitude of' a mis-
taken p)eolple ; to be conlpensation for friends
that are perfidious, for halppiness that has
passed away. Such is hier vocation. Th,-
couch of tihe tortured sufferer, ltle prison
of the deserted, friend, tlie cross of the re-
lected Savior-these are iheaires on which
her greatest triumphs have been achieved.
S.ih is her destiny; to visit ihe forsaiken,
to attendl the neglected when monarchs
a-) in Iion, when colinsellors beiray, when
justice persecutes, when brethren and dis-
ciples flf e, to remntin unshaken and un-
chanced: and, exhibit in this lower world a
type of* lhit love, pure. couslant,, and inef-
f:ible, which in another world we are taught
to believe the test of virtue.
[Blickwood's Magazine..

AN IRISH LETTER.
MARCH the 9.1| New, Orleans, 1836.
My Dear M.,rg'ery.-I commenced this
leuer yesterday. If it don't come to hand
you may conclude I've gone to Mexico.,
Tell Hue Cane that his family is all dead
entirely except the cow. I'd write more,
but as there is no means af sending, you
this I will jist let it go as it is.
Remember me in your prayers, and also
t6hold Tige. Nothing more at present from
your loviug Felix, if alive, and if dead God
rest his soul. FELIX MN'GRAW.
P.. S. If this letter dont reach you, you
must not wait for another, but write me im-
mediately aud let me know how you come


A Card.
T HE ,untdersiyned having purchased from Mr.
B S. Hdwiey his entire stock of Dru.s,
Medicines, PRiints, Oils, Gias4 Ware, Shon Fur-
niture, &-(. will continue the bnsinesat Whole-
sale awd Retail, at the old stand corner of Water
and Chestnut sts, and begs leave to say to his friend!
and fIormpr patrons of the establishment t0at his
stock is comnl)ete, embracine every article ui-ually
kept in Southern Druz Stor-s, and from arrange-
inv-tns recently eflected, will be regularly supplied
with fres-h staple articles.
Physician;;, 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, NS46. H. F. ABELL.


Paints, Oils, and Glass.
GIBSON & CLAPP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine, Window
Glass, &c.,
Will keep constantly on hand a good assort-
ment of MIXED PAINTS of' All colors, tor Steam
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together with
a variety of articles in the painting line, too nu--
merous to mention. :
House, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting, an4
Glazing, done with neatness and despatch, at
moderate prices, for cash
22 Water street, Apalachicola.
Jan. 10, 1Sin."
Iron, Nails, &c.
T HE subscribers have on handy and for sale,
wholesale and retail, low for Cash--
' 20 tons .assorted Iron ; .50 kegs assorted Nailsi-
50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut;-,,
Sheet and Boiler Iron,
Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
Sugar and Coldren Kettles, :
Cook aria Parlor Stoves, Sad Irons,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hardware,
Britannia and Jqppand Wares Brass Andirons,.
Fire Dogs. Shovels and Tongs,
Ho, ks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pu.p Boxes,
Marlin Spun Yarn, Manila andjhop Cordage,-
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, 'ar, Coal 7ar, Rosin,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,'
Paints and Brushs, Rigging and Pump Leather,-
Matts, Pumps and Buckets,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
March 14 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO.


G IBON & CLAPP, 22 Water street, have
this day received per schr ghelen, from New
Orleans and offer for sale
209 galls Linseed Oil; 209 lbs Putty;
100 Refined Sperm Oil;
50 boxes Glass assorted sizes ;
20 doz boxes Fancy Toilet Soap;
150 lbs Tremont Stareh ;
50 kegs No. 1 White Lead;
10 'Paris Green. 10 do Chrome do;
'10 Chrome Yellow;
100 as;orted Paint Brushes, &c. feb28 9


1*4


A. G. SEMMES.
1,?-:,m


March 9IS, 18160.


T Priaters.
TYPE FOUNDRY -AND PKINTTE1S' FUR-
NISHING- WAREHOUSE.
rT-HE subscribers have opened a new Type
1 Foundry in the city of New York, where
they are ready ta supply orders to any extent, for
iny kind of Job or Fancy I's pe, Ink, Paner, Cases,
Galleys, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
Composing Sticks, Chases, arid every article, ne-
cessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand
materials.
The Type which are cut in imitation of the
English letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an
entir.ly'new set of Matrixps with deep counters,
.ire warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and will
be sold to suit.the times. All the type furnished
by us is hand cast." The types from any toun-
dry can be matched at this establishment.
Printing Prestes lurnibhed, also Steam Engines
of the most approved patterns.
Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
COCKRO1T & OVEREND,
Dec. 13, 184-5, ly 68 Ann-st., New-York,

On Consignmnent.
rT i -E subscriber has.just received from the
t maUlufacturers and publishers a beautiful lot
of Paner TT i i,--in-,; Foolscap aind Letter Paper,
Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer
Books, etc., which he offers very low. ,
Feb:7 I F. KOPMAN.


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


1/H1 HHD'i "t. _Ci oix Sug 10# -20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive,
10) sacks Rio Coffee; 50. do Java,
4 cases Hyson Tea,
40 bs Aromatic Tobacao,
50 Mcttgd do. Brown's and Labby's,
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap,
1I !| ,_, Shot; 50 kezs Powder,
2000 ]bs Lead 4 casks Linseed Oil,
200 ke(zs White Lead, No 1, Extra and Pure.
'For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
-Nov 29 41 Water street.


Itrn, Nails, &c.
0a TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;,
20 100 kers Nails, do.
" 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,.*
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils,
20 English and American Vises,..
20 Bellows,
12 dozen Spades and Shovels,
10 1 Collin's Axes,
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards,.
I case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws, '
t000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co. ,
Nov 29 41 Water street.


,F OLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsamr
_.L fur Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver,

Complaint, and all diseases of the throat and'
lungs, for sale by
April 11 H. F. ABELL.


0 BASKETS London Club C(lIil lgne
5000 Regalia Segars, for sale by

AprilA B. S, HAWLEY.


Segal "Notict.


3W;t fMni Itcatora .Notircs.


~re Ftat~,


Utfvana Segars; '
0 0 0 BEST Havana Segars, for sale
50V,U V by WOOD & Co,
April 4 32 Water st.
r tagging and Hope.
/A , PCS. very heavy Louisville, Man &
4509 for'sale by
March 7 J. DAY &, Co.




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VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1846. [NUMBER 26.

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SOCIAL 1 ADVERTISER, I 3JUrJi1tt 1.i irFCtor.- 1 rortFJ f01H Notfctn.V .ta in t c!Ban. coun. bury and liersisirr- who are coheiresses.why .- f'unfvrtg t"I-" but- why, did you- 1 purchasf i

: VERY TUESDAY BTpOSWOUTII I --- can't you take the one, and I the those new ottomans-at>d these c candelabra

. rCBLtSHKD; & WYMANTvH Thomas II. Austin, \ 1. SYDNEY GREEN M, D, WORTH AND WEALTH ; other, ?" and that expensive set of mirrors 1 I told
COMMISSION OR THE CHOICE OF "Merely because f love another. You
MERCHANT A WIFE. ihe old enough and
you ones were good ,
eer: May be f f>und at his residence, corner of'
Story Bittz-lPs; I HuilJin: corner of "'alter Street, Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion BY HKI.E:) ALSTON smile ; but despite) the sneer. I I1m a be- hf'rVbf n I come home i find you have
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5f| Commerce and Chestnut s>treels.TEUMS. Apalachicola Fa. House. Nllv 9. And so you inten I to marry Lucy Warden liever in love. Of Charlotte I have nothing purchased them, in d..thtn"tuf my orders.

!. -eh Harry What on c.irih has put io say. except that she is beautiful. You Whey madam an earl's fortune would not
.. BrMVSrir'c:: Dillar* per annum, I:. S. II\vlcy, Dr. A. '''. Chapman, you in such a notion :after thai girl ?" said; know how olten, we have discussed the mat sustain you in your extravagances."

*" tr1.b'a'e.! ({'f ;Pavmcnt is i dented FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, fz 30lice: over the Drug Store ol B. S. Hawley, Charles;' Lowry to Ins friend Harry Bowen, ter.. I only hope she will make }ou a good "And whose fortune, 1 wonder, boy9
iH"fU'lt j .,r t'11 o1'1'.icri.ituT .year, FIVE: UOLn1t'l Ct Water and Chestnut MrrfN, (entiance, nn Che: not street ) Residence at the: is they sat together cr.icking: almonds alter wife.I( 1 these things ?" said the passionate beauty,
!' t"I"n d tn1ndeJ. Ann! 4 Arial.irhiruh[ Fa.I. hone 1.dl>l\ occupied by Dr.l altzelJ. dinner."Am. .Allons the ladies "
b' ate awaiting us- you would not lei me have the common
l.u \ taken fora i P. term than} : 'ixStH'1.e January 10. ISI 1 1C( 2-tf
,,I!32 l1n tvil. uKiriibly be chird for I.). UUGBKK. HARGROVE HOWARD why not marry Lucy Warden ?" You and I will neveron this qut'stiCln'"gree.' :I comforts of life if you could have your way."

''!<-* :.i13 ; iv.rvillbeilneontiinied until B lI$bee & Howard II. E. Owens, said his friend. The I foregoing conversation has given our P haw, madam, none of your airs.-

mid Cirt'ts are piJ. unless at the option of the COMMISSION r AND FORWARDINGMERCHANTS ATTORNEY AT LAW Why ? oh because she's not worth a leaders n pretty accurate idea of the young : But 1 tell you this extravagance 1 neither

tll a> :. / CI.ATTONBatbonr County, Alabama. sous; mal besides I've heard she's the men to whose acquaintance we I have introduced cnn nor will submit io."
rfltnl'll1f; /"..,,,tr ;--01P. lucre, (h'plvp.linc] o1 daughter biick You ihem.! Henry Boot'nas a You're bru' said the 'irtso
Aoyrar/! "rtl"d at the following f No. 7, ColunbuBlock, April 29, 1S10. 2-tf a layer. know, nny young a \
-or I. ) CIJ 1nicuJU1\ Nov. 1, l'5n Ap.il.irhirnh, Fa. how, that!)her mother LF'pi a littl dry cootie lawyer, with a small annual income, but uf you ire. Do you-can you think. she

ute: ... 250 r i REMOVAL. store until an uncle I left Mrs. Warden t hill -what i i. called-,m unimpeachable family. i continued, bursting into tears, I'd ever

(1. ..If..... .....$'1)1 1)1'1';! r'sr"month e W- '!t i,. ..2 (no WHOLESALE Sa:n1H AND 1 Schiffcl'RETAIL XV. G. M.' Davis, annuity on which they. now just manage to This wale; his acknowledged tah'ntInlaid i have married you -when I might have had
Sit nl'I 4. ',' ." : ) T.\'a wPe ,;. .. .,1 ;0 GROCER, Mitosis.i have procured for him the hand o1'many a i so many better husbands! ) it I'd thoughtyou'd
,,r'!, nt tth c....' ::: 0 I 0 1 i "rtjon i ., ....i on'T'IIIJ1nJla. }- ParticuUr steamboat attntion! and, p rid hip to stores.patting up family, ATTORNEY AT LAW, "A f"rmitlahltrrtV of evils indeed lnt mere heiress, but he had wisely turned' have used me in this way ]'*

61vin; the number of-m,"r.i No. 03Office in Flood's new Building, onnosite still do dishearten xwa;} from, them all, and sought ;a "Well
\3,"rfl+4\"t\ 4'J Water street, the jVlangiori House. Dec 13, IS!!. they not me. As for money companion madam so }ou've got np R
.II'3'' ;, .i I |It\ Uw, are subject to exceptionrr.rnb d. c50__ Ap.ihcliicnl.1, Fla. I do not look for; it in a wife because for life in one. without tune! or fortune scene," cool[} said the husband, all 1
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(ro'n thebove rate= A. G. SCUIUICS, I should never feel 1 independent if J Jvas indebted : but who.! in every requisite fora good wish i is that you had married some ace of
liberal dis- ;Da, sl
bribe vwr a G. IJtisjey,
'f0th1+. \'i1f11lytrtie but all ,l{ertis"inpnts notnnnn ATTORNEYI] AT LAW. to a Ltide for try bread. Resides, wife was immeasurably. superior. \our other suitors.:."
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r'l'l1t1. ill V to tVir own bushes, as t DS2ALER)i WARDING IN GOODS MERCIIAVIANU CCJ-: Office, A'o. 2 Capt. $immonBiiUiUng, an heiress i is generally educated: in such, expensive Charles Lowry. on the roninrwas a ,You do-you insult me-I woo't lira
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tire,;r I y i!,*.' tkrtH 'n"itss3it in by them, Xo. 43 Water cur. ot Centre & Commerce streets.' I habits! that it requires fortune/ to dashingouuc merchant, who by dint of "ihon! ;i ;Ia\. Oh. that I should be

llHiH char;;d' at the n, iil rites.vi : Nay 5 Iv strret.Apihchirob. Fa. oovi Ap.,larhiroh, Fla. satisfy her luxurious wishes., As a mete ,attention, in the coiintinii house, could afford ,abused! in this "way," and the now really

n'dlb'. %m iv b- vi i i-"M-.t tn Pith"r th.' t d 1i-, J.ATTORXEY. Law', matter of business, this marrying for moneis \ to I be luxurious in his -f) It" of living., wretched woman burst iuto u fresh flood of
';> I riirn'tnw.and tl'rt. mast hf''T PAIR to insure Francis I'o;>:nito, AT LAW i nine tunes out ol ten a lu.sing speculation.; He had[ imbibed many of the false not,iws teais.

IlIf,tt.ni'n'; \VtIOT.tSu.': ANn RITTKll. V"\L'n IN You are forced: to live according; to yoiuwife's of lashionah, & society, and among others As you please, madam.
J SHOES, DRV UOODS.! CLOI'i-IINGi1.1'I'S&c. RjinbiiiUe, (Di-calur Co.) Ga. lomifr title. and being thus \\e' ;into (that a rich v'rift.Va indi.spen.sable.) Hip We omit the rest of this scene, which

( u1ii1r1+ lCiIOf n. difnjt:far Cash (XJ: Will attend i ll1al'tlulIthe: l1p'riorCl1rt, expenses uhii h')ouritucome'viii not fiord; ', sole object was to Sfcnrem heiress ;' ended with a fit of hysterics on the part of
O'tJ 1 Chf- 'nnl-Stivcl(t, Apalachicola Fla.. of the con:ifir' iif Early, Bjc! r and Decatur,. of
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h a-id you ton often end by becoming: : a lIIuupt.! thing as wife, and volley of curses on that of
the Snth 11'etern of, the
count of Thomas
-CarlR'Le t ; ; : \ J. C. Alien, of tn! ""iit orn (Circuit. } ma.'f: Then, too late, you discover, that your wife loilime, although! this latter was no slight ..1t hu fallr.rrle difficulty was the next

C!I--: Ilo;cr* iV Co., 1Vhal4.iI .,n'l] l H..t.liID"a1f I rnVtUl ; is only (fit for a parlor she becomes peevish; temptation to a you merchant. And he day up het\t'en the newly married

COM I I11. .;SIt') MKIiCHANTS, : ;GLASS-, MEDICI, BRUSHES". PAIXTS&c., OILS, John L;!bo.ATTOHXEY or sick, anil I peihaps: I; all together. Domestic had: finally bucceeded. Amid host of itv couple ; but from that hour their altercations

Viler street, al"o. Arc., AT LAW feeih'y: ii is at an cud when his occur*-" ds he had won ihe (prize.! Need we sit were frequent and bitter. Charles began -

*nnl 7, IsR Vnl.irhicob.: TO,.. Jl eI'llfrrzlmrlmmt of ALBANY, GA.WILL Bllt hr birth !" ,that Char.'otte: Thornbmy, the beautiful to think as his old friend had told him,

--' ROOKS, BLANK, STATIONERY, Arc, &c. pnrtire in the several Courts of the A still mure nonsensical object ft is the gay, but the careless heiress, was the .that there was I great difference between
S. LLaV2211)9rt, cor. of Centre & Com near Mr"*et:, \Ve ti.\1 Circuit, a'ul Thomas and one of the prejudices of the old 1 colonial guerdon; ? marrying fur love or for money.S .

1'UgVARIINr ME IK'AM HA XT COMMISSION, nov.r Auljchicul.i; FI.t. StC'.vait An.. ")Cuntil, !S4.-.s :}!-tfLUM1IER limes, and was illllJlled from England: > I l\ The two friends were mnrried: in the same S Three years passed. At the end of that

'p, 1 ., ) II"t, w ___ servile adnicr.t of rank. who iiistc.id i.f bein week. The one took his wife to a small period JHJV altered were the
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Ap.ibchicoh, fa. MAXLTF\rnnr.R[ : : AXD nrxLr.R[: IN (IXSPICCTOR -Tlie- H:1d'r"a ned ; like themselves dione.s in the public but neat and convenient house io one of our Charles and his friend.

cAUi\'ir; : l ljITUnE.So. : :. been a'plilah.rlIIHjlector: ; ;, of Lnmb. I hive, earned their bread r.lidIt is this less fashionable! [ streets while the other entered The expenses! of his establishment had
I'J- Li'>enl Alfi'ires: lewd, on c niiznrnoiitcu < 't.-: 41 Water stir .t-Upstairs, 'for KranUlni Cointy dl rstis services to the latter class to which: our country is indcliied ) ,- ..t once into a splendid. mansion in increased upon the former until his fortunenot
tnandi Xew Orleans, New VorlcorAnril. novl't)!i Apalachicola. Fin. ,
,'. t tt I. in lqlr.. = public ill that (,plant) awl will attend to all ) for its subsequent: piosperity prnsperity Walnut street: whose furniture and decoration only stajraered, but gave way under
l.i\.rt' } ructinrt? iV Votsnyr, duties appertaining to 3.ml appointment. He may I which all the aristocrats of KM rope ueiethe theme of general envy and admiration. the pressure, and, after several ineffectual

II. t'. Abcll, C 0 M" :11 S S I lOX ami FOR tV'ARDING be tilt id at 2! Water street. could not have bestowed' upo-i! it. The re- The one bride kept but a sinule attempts lo reirieveit by speculations, which
W iv.T..': \vo R-'rttr., MIRCII I A NTS, March 23 JAMES GIBSOX. s.'rvallf.tad the other had several. Yet
_. ---. .. volution while, it made n.s politically! equal f ended abortively, only increased his embar
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DEILE1I\'W! JN 'P''C!' l- ;, PAIXT5, No. -):} Watr'r street, ,ilie mansion of MM. I '
[ -Thp undersigned did not de-jtmy ,thissoeial al'stlHrClCV.rrhe Lowry l though always rassments. Charles found himsef! upon the
I ; 'L c.e. X-r. nov30 A'nlachiculn Fla. LUIHF.RSPF.CTOR
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t (Iris')ect' ol Lumber same exclusiveness: prevails. now IS then magnificent, wn* never tidy while the quiet, brink of ruin. In these circumstances he
A! v2 tit Chestnut nerd t< a 01.and'rtm"Water it of streets Statinery. I1'I.V.. Siai!. vM.v.. CHEKVKR. for 'the County of 1'1nklin.otl, III; seivires to but with even more illjll tic, fur it i is opposed home of ;\J.S. Bowen was pattern of found no consolation in the sympathy of his

\.111 fir. A.\hr'irna.! F.i.II. SiU S & Chccvcr, t the public in that cap.icily, and will attend to all to the tvhole spiut of our republican iusijmtions. neainess and simple elegance. The young wife. She rather upbraided him with the

COMMISSION'r MERCIIANTS, duties appertaining to .lid appointment.CORNELIUS Nor is Ibis all ; the prejudice itself merchant never went home without findin loss of her fortune, forgetting how much

1 E). Dmlc 31, t j- O.lkrc, Xo. C, Colnmhua; HuiHiug, March 2', 1 19j.t;. [ GRADY. is ridiculous. I How I can people, whoscarce- that his wife had been out all day either n of it she had squandered in her fashionableentertainments.

Nn. 2 Columbus BuildingsP. ilecI4 An.ilachicnla: Fla. I ly know their ancestors beyond one or two Chopping or making calls, and was in consequence Their altercations, moreover -

?.1,1.13.) l Analachirola.!: T'.a.J LUMBER: INSPECTOR.-Having bee, a-, generations and] whose blood has been derived lired and silent, or perhaps out of increased in frequency and violenceever
COO.U*. & IIorn, [IiHjiector of Lumber t tr the County humor while the
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always
from and ; lawyer since ihe have recorded
\\MJiyoks : every nation occupation on young scene we
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COM MISSION :lEICILT:3 1 ot f Franklin: the undersigned offerhi ii services the found a neat dinner and if\cheerful wife above find
globe' talk, with propriety, of birth ? to until Charles, unable to even
X3!n'St', Stout & Coy to the public ci tint and 1 will attend t lo
No. 13, St. Ch tries Street capacity; welcome him.
As for Charles, he had alI for
Why, there is scarcely a man or woman of quiet at his sought
COMMISSION I I MERCHANTS.No. all dutiesaM|)'rt.iiniiig; to sid t H'"|u.intmunt. O\VI freside. relef
X \\-Orl'.l1g. Apr i I IS, HEX,. LUCAS. our acquaintance: : who i is not an example of I w.i+>s sneered at love and I having married in the gambling cub. he was ,
41 Witer street, ASn tW S. Cooce. Avos IIo ._ JISIO. for motives of and
interest
-- ,this piebald; ancestry. T+ke, for instance, vanity a woman moreover by t the of retrieving his for
tiH-i, A ulaebicoh KIi.COMMISSION I;'irGENERAL. Albert G Semrncj, i I Walter Hastings, who you know, boasts; of whose mind he despised, he had nothing, of tune, for his embarrassments were still Unknown

tit) .Ijl:;li:1 Sahter: .! a'. F. Farranr, Ella Simpson vs CALHOUN COUNTY. hi tlInily.; j happen to know all about him sympathy' with hei. nor was it consequently to the world, and he (trusted that bya

I I ( M 1 E RO II I A XT1 ECElVIXi\\ *. KOI! WARDING) .\- virtue of an alias j ((1 fa., tome, directed from fur he is a second, cousin to myself His long l before he found her society irksome. lucky chance he might place himself once
\ t 1 Witer sn.vt: -U,' stairs! COil1: MEUCIIAXT: B\the Franklin Circuit Court, I have levied or. father t made; a fortune and married i into our When the toils of the 'ouutill house were more in security. Vain hope !I How many

Drr I 1,1'511. A ulie'iicuU'! Fh. It n'9 Xo. 9 Colunibu.s A r.iock'!.dachicola. Fla. Lots 1 ;1iid m ',', ]Block Hi, in the ('"itof St. Joseph, family.' Bill who! was he ? The sun of a over he went I' home, because it was the custom deluded victims have indulged in the same
-- ; and will otter the ssim for sile at 12 o'clock on German redeinpiioner. Hastings' mother but rot: because he expected to derive delusion before. His course from that hour
JSEKUMH' u.) '. DAMKI. J. DAV..J. 1'. J. S.\NK01D. M. :litlTT.. the first Monday' ill: July next, to satisfy slid fit II j is true is the grand daughter, ; of an 1 English : any pleasure from the conversation of was downward. He became a gambler ;

Diy & Co., Siurarl: & Butt, fa. Sale on the premises. baron, and[ the sisiei-a (far; higher: glory his vain and flippant wife. lie was glad, he neglected his business; he lost ; his engagements
'I COMMISSION MERCHANTS CO MM IS SID[ N :ME 11C 11 ANT s. ISAAC JACKSON, Sh'ff, when ihe I season commenced, with its round
-of a .signer of our Dilatation: of I Inde failed lo be met ; and in a few
No.32 \V sire No. 3'i Water Street, per J W. MOSES, Deputy Sh'lT. of dissipation( because then he found
cltpr !, pClldf'lItf"ueh is a fair sample of our some weeks he was a bankrupt.
dfcl Apalachicolti: Fla. May :lo. IS 17 ''.>-N
Ii-c6), AI' ,chieola. Fa. best familit's.Vhv., I would undertake In relief in attending ihe fashionable entertainments Meantime the husband of Lucy had been

'3.A,4'; for 1 ho" "1tiiII1: [ trarl 1 (:O.:' Avery A' Jones, For Sale. furnish i from (the ancestry J of any of ihem, of his own, and his wile's acquaintance. steadily gaining in reputation, and increasinghis ,
,',. |'rt(.-",.,n 1'1*-trtnc" Co." and the "li.trt- GROCERS! & COMMISSION\ MERCHANTS, o BOXE.S !R<,;fill; !1'ldle, 1J l J. by :20. either .1 peas.mt: or I peer, either! a laborer Since his marriace he had. never en- business, so that at the end of Ihe third
;,H I'j< e"; I H rifiir.l Cnrrl.I.ti No. 31 Waiter ,'.
'iHn -I :n: do Tin do 1-.3-, or a dione. I Biiill. forsooth The only persons JDed a sinule hour of real fecilitv. year the young couple were enabled tomove
reed. E. Dr ;is lrc n. Aid.tcbicoh. Fi 5'i 1 h.ll3 Sheet! Iron, Xo I rj: to 'lll! who bo.ist of n in i his country are gen- i How different was the wedded life of HarI into a larger aril more elegant house

PAC t'JR ANt I) C.fJ.\1 .\11 1 SSI ONMKItCiIN W. A. & I1. C. io a i ts, Br.i/.iors' : d Sheethin Cop"- r, t 1'.111IhlJ! .e who have the least claim lo ..inhoue.st I, and his bride. All through the tedious situated in a more desirable quarter. This
Bl K-'C Ti Lead) Iron and BivetB '
i I', i I. TiiiM -, : and noises i I davits of the dav. the recollection: of his change of
COM111SS10N I t MEUCHANTS, irUel Kir-, IJjr I Iron 1. Hoop; I In-n, pan-niajie : I he pieletidcrto I lo&atiul materially strengthenedthe
n.t'\ \lit\r.N"J. C.luinVi! : *.\Blck, idiirola.I ,! Fa.Fi O M.-e, Xo 4 Colmnb'H ISmlliz\ ->, N Ill Rixls'Tin( \Vareht'lc jle aid: ) 1't:- blood 1 "t'I' met with was ,the grandson ;I I Vt'etif's ijreei'ms! at ni:hit cheered the business: of the young :,attorney ; he became -
---- ----- X'I\'. I lit>. :]1'1111"11!ijpol.i, P.i. t.til, hy i < of a I fellow who was hung filly )eais am> j yonni: lawyer on in his |.d>ois. And when kllWI as oneof the rising young men;

JIar!)<*r A Sl!>Inc", Wm---II Ivnnbr-iiitjli, 11.- II. I Kiruhroiigh.Win. Nov RORE1T5:, ALLEN & Co. for !tir't>n'." I evening came: and he had closed his office and he looked forward with certainty lo the
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COMMISSION! I MfillCHAXTS! 1 il.! !ki-iibrr>ni & Ca.; Perfumery.L.ivenltr -- Well, )11II're really setting qui'eo'HO |e for the day how smilingly: and in what speedy accumulation of a competency."Have .
,'! ill notions here the uurld neat attire, would Lucpie>ide. at ihe testable ( heard further "
thing
s '. COMMISSION I I I & i FORWARDINGMERCHANTS. I Kloiula Waters, 1 F.\- your Harry in j you any ,
.1 'IIh for /"iS'JX i COLOr.l\F. J.i--nunp, Amber, Pit.al, did) .you pick up inch vulgar; notions !- or, after then meal had been disposed said Lucy one eiening to her husband, as

M'JToXL I IN1)R \\CE COMPANY: OTice, Xo t>.> Water MreH-i!|> tair-;, A.C. So.jj; Preston Sails, Olto of RCNC.c..- You. a iienilem.ui and a lawyer to marry I of; brina out her work-stand and sew at became in from a day's hard work "con
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ld.t'Jj.I r0.1 1\Valer street nUr'iicfla, F. fiCH Liberal advances on cotton rmii'd 'to Saddlery_for Sale at Cost and amiable. no doubt-im: sine: and draw passably Henty read; t lo her in his rich mellow: \lice.Anollht"1I Yrs, my love," said he, al
--- their t"iiejds: in New York, IJo.ton, Liverpool or ; -and makes, 1 hear a Iriich of bread: Anil sometimes they would! sit on ,the over."
E.I wu'l I Havrti. X 11J 1 1S1"I Charges.H sofa: and talk of a thousand! 'lor the "What has
: McCilly, _- -- \ 'ING on luiidan: ortrnpnt of Saddles, or does diny house-work as well as a common plans: anything alarming' happened -
:c1nn''HII 1 tCIl \\ r : \I DEALER.IS ,. 12!>!){ rls, Alien & Co", Bti'lle.&c.! &.C 1 uiU.di>po>e of them as kitchen: girl. But perhaps that is what future, when their income should be extended ?I" asked Lucy anxiously.

1 D.1V tj IO: IJ' .\\) G1OCEt1ES, MANUFACTURERS l I IX 'TIN, IRON,COPPER, above: fIr ('l31.! you waft her for. ; or if it was in summer, they would "Sit cl"wI. dearest; and don't tremble

N'i.' 0 Culanb: : Block, BRAS, ice. O.i; In.:id a fine Bu; y and Harness, which will You sneer aside, yes Il i is because stroll out for a walk. f'r call upon some of so," .it her hu..haIJIIlllerly, pnltin his

1'v 21) u.llachi'nh, Fa. ALSO, nEALLRS J NJIarJre. be sold' lor: cash. Lucy Warden is a good house-keeper that their' few intimate; fiii nils. arm around her waist and drawing her to

Stove, Britd'lIa. and Jipinod Wires, March -25 _P. IIOBART 1 intend! to wary h"r. Nut that I would Dear Henry," said: Lucy one eveningto (rie sofa: anlf I will tpl you the whole of

,\ II. ::. iM-lcr A; Co.liALCIta Inn:,, Nlttl.. Nn Is Si];ik.-?, Gr.itc Ilirs, received 1'shri'More.i, from- -- N. -York'-, have a biide only, because she could, as you her husband, asihey sat talking together, melancholy} story.

IG ).)1H) \\tJ COMMISSION'MR'tOtI Siuir Kt ttl." a'III1'lt. i. and other .JUST J kens :No;. 1 and: 2Lid ; IMUg.ilIv.iUd( I say, make a balrh of bie.id. Education: alter lea. how worked I I i\J r. Lowry looks After his bankruptcy last week, some

No.I \ 'rs C t.tiJ;;;Ship Cnmdl'ry,&or. Lms'fdOil : 'jOfj Ib.. Putty! ; 2U boxes: Shy 10 amiability; a refined l mind,!, and ladylikemanneis I of late. I think he must be in had health.I days elapsed before any thing was known of
41 Water irc-t. Ap\L\Cticoi.\
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: '1\ 23 ApJ.laohicota! Fa. ---.--- aid ID by 1 2 Ghss20; do/ i'intsC"n rt'sS..wrill. ; are equally necess.uy.' But a low I Ulillil; I am you are always well. I know- the place lo which my unfortunate friend had
--_ _-- .- | WILLIAM DICICF.V. J HAMMUXD. Water ; 1UJ II; fresh! Tainarins; Gum and Or et knowledge and, :i practical nee, tOil, of not what I should do if you were to be taken gone. ]was ( ei.fr r that he had

Win. '". Wood, Dickey & Hammond, ';vroj-j for sale by hniisK-keepiii, is not a slight, requisite in a sick." f.d'ilh what funds lay his handson.

COMMISSIO M K :tc u ANT, SHIP AND FAMILY GROCERS May 1G._H. F. ARELL. good wife. 1 know such knowledge is May that day be long averted, my owni was the more credible from the
N'o. 42 Water street, Boots and Shoes. scarce among our city ladies, but t that is i Lucy." said the husband 1, as he kissed) her ignorance of his wife io whither he had

_Nov2))_. A-.Mlac'.iicoU.: : Fa. October=32 WatiT-TtePt IS, IS r> 4-2tf, Apalachicola, Fa. BOy'and Men's Rims I I'ro atu, the very reason why I prize it so highly. j pure bn>w, hnt 1 have noticed something gone. She, cold) hearted. thing, seemed to
sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans, mil'the, look iu and have attributed his loss but
AUCRT Believe me, it is not incompatible, with this : same Lowry. : care little for appeared to be
DJQSE.:: CHVRLKS Pit AlT. Cent; ; fine Calf Bro,an.Vm.s ., it the of business. His wile affected her of fortune.
II. (i t. Taylor, I It U\\'II>d lt e. to c.ires chiefly by deprivation
DOtlc iV Pratt, COMMISSION D FORWARDINGMERCHANT I Super\ |enM L'idirs and Kill.\\"d and Shoes:Morncco, Children's Shoes do. do. Rshaw, Harry ; but granting your position you know is a woman who could do little to She even upbraided. her husband publicly ;
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IIP! IX; & OMMJSqoX MERCHANTS, J Super L'idies' Gaiter Bonfs, r what is the Use of such knowledge ?1" alleviate a hll hilllel's: weariness' and it is said, when some forgeries whichhe

No. 40 Water Street, No. 22 Water-sreet! Gentlemen's; coarse and fine Calf Boots, Jt i is of daily use. Servants will always: Oh how can she be A wife, and) not had perpetrated were discovered, and a

}": '-i ApiUchicnla, Fa. spnt'2 ly ilaciiicola. A larm and extensive. ** rhnent, i just received, impose on a mistress, who knows nothing; of ; wish in soften her husband's cares Indeed strict search set on fool after .the criminal),

HenryAUCTIONEER Ilodp-cs, and f for -,ale by WM. G. PORTER & Co. her duties as the domestic head ol" the I if you only look wearied, I share sour she went so far as to hope he might be taken

I JIcIC-ty & Iltrtsltot'Ilc, I AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT Nov29. -II Water street. house. You are an importer ; but how. trouble until your brow clears up." and brought to condign punishment. But
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Xo. MERCHANTS, Per Octavia from-New Orleans. long. ihmk you would you prosper if you 1 And it is ihar which makes me love youso you know they never liver happy together.

Iav.1,1S13.1 I 40 Water street, 22 Wafer street, APAHCHICOM. as *bo\v a choir selection of left everything to the rare ul'yuii clerks who clearly[ said the husband as he pressed h Well every attempt In (race the fugitive -

----- Apalachicola, Florid --- --- I RECEIVED and Provisions ; also, a would natuiallv; take :advantage ol your carelessness !! her io his bosom. Ah," he continued in had 'failed, when intelligence was

D. B. Wooil & Co., II. It. WOOD. P W. CULJ. N. fre h supplv of Si-ring and Summer Clothing, io fleece yon ? A mistress of a i himself if Charles saw: me to-night, 1 brought to the city this morning thai a dead

C t ;.1U C J.I iI I.IJy MERCHANTS: Wood & Co., made up in the latest stele, for Male bv house ought; to oversee her establishment I wonder whether he would envy me ?" body answering lo the description of thai of

x3. :U Water Mreet.+ AUCTIONEERS: AND COMMISSIONAtERrItAN'r GIBSON & CL \PP, in peison. This "she cati'iol: do, unless--to I That evening ihere was a I brilliant party: Mr. Lowry, had been washed ashore a few

"v. ,., t I 15. Aiul ichicol.1.! Via.flyers *, March 21 22 Waterr'et.Notice. use a mercantile! phr-jse: -she understands I at the house of Mrs. Lowry, who was smiling miles! down the river. You may well look

---- No. 32, Water street, her !J/l. ;llfS.<. In she does not do this, nothing upon her guests iu all ihe ehiiou: of alarmed for (he intelligence was too true.

& :UUclcl, Nov. 1. 1SI5. Apahchicnla, Fa. CASH waited for
COMMISSION I I MERCHANTS I Liberal ;"lv1re'1-mule-on .o"qinntf''t i dil ig. All !Dersons i'nt. r.'sted will fake arises from rlie desire of our women lo ape more happy Bur even ihe envied mistress and peihips remorse for his error.fil .

No. i.) Water-street, Th? strictest t attention tnid to Sales out Door due notice and govern thom-elve accordingly, or the extravagance of the 1 KuuINi female nobility of the revel 1 1va not without her cares. \ him lo. commit suicide. Poor fellow!

Nnv 15. Anahchicnla, Fa. Sale! at Store every Saturday. I vvill-dun them personally whose immense wealth allows themto One or 'iwo favorite; guests whom she had his sal fate may be traced,lo his ill-sorted
March -2S PE I'F.R HO A RT.
-- employ stsl' tidies, lo oversee I heir domestic invited did not come, and l she could not marriage. He chose a woman whose extravagance -
ALVA ,VVI.HVr.r A. McKENZIE. Clover Seed. Coffee. establishments. But even had we help overhearing some of the ill natured rem always outstripped her fortune f

Wj'lie A :HcXcnzic, A FEW Seed.fors.ileby pounds of large Red Northern Clover 17 0"' BAGS Rin C"tt ladling: from brig Virinia incomes of hundreds of thousands dollars irks of her neighbors. Her only gratification and.. who from having brought him wealth

for sale by could the was in listening to .the flatteries ol considered him beneath her. He did not
COMMISSION MERCHANTS April.J. II. F. ABEL., April IS J. DAY & Co. we not carry out plan, owing to
No. 42 Water street, ihe total absence of good seivants of this others of her visitors, who were either more know the difference in a. wife, between
Seat. 1, IUahchico1t, F% Congress SpvillWater(1ST Bagging and Rope. character: in our country ; and in this opinion fawning or moredeeeiiful. Ai length, however WORTH and WEALTH.
J received per schr. LeRnv, and for sale) by PCS Kentucky Ha :II::. ihe. enieriainmeni over, and. wearied
Mirrh-31 I J.. C. ALLEN.Couartnct'ship. 10 0 I am borne out by Combe and Hamilton ,
licliaol A. Myers tOO coils R"e30 pcs Hessian!. two of thE most obseivant and just of English and dispirited, she passed a moment in How delicious that conversation is whichis
Twi'p.lir f sale
4 bales Baffjr'wn
AUCTIONEER AND' COMMISSION by 'rtv..llf'rs.Vell. the deserted parlors before retiring. Her accompanied with a mutual confidence,
eri,'ullv inform their WM. G PORTER & Co.
subscribers res )
MBRC'UXT.I I THE Nor 20 41 WatE"rslrf'et. \ Harry, you were born a barrister husband was here. freedom, courtesy and complaicence! How
No. 36 Water nds and the Wic that they have taken
street, I r '
.N"v. I. "15- Uchicola.: Fla I into partner.hipfr Eua':ivEW R'r v.u. or you would not run on so glibly.- Well, Mrs. Lowry, said he with a calm the mind', how composed the auctions,
CHARLES ROGERS & Co. Goads on Consignment. But it'sa shame! that' a gentleman: who might yawn, su this grand affair is over at length, hnw serene the countenance how :melodious

J. II. & J. M. Hull April 1, 1846. A SMALL, assortment ol' Goods, consistinpoCofTie command the choice of the market) and ;and a pretty penny it has cost. I d.) not the voice how sweet ihe sleep, how ,l
Candles Tobaccc '
ACTORS t COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Flavouring- Waters. Gunpowder,, Brandy Tea, Soap&c.,, 'i.la offered, at New, marry the'richesi heiress in the niy. should doubt." Charles bad: latterly found that contentful the whole life, of him that neither 1

No. 43 Water street throw himself -,; girl withuut a his income was frightfully beneath his expenses deviscth ,mischief'against others, nor
N assortment just received, and for ale by York Invoice prices, by away upon m
so,. It IS 15. ArALAcnicoLA, Fe.r A Nov "<) J. C. ALLE.N Druggint. janSl .NOURSE, STONE. t CO. sixpence. NOW .there's Charlotte Thorn- aod"1rdd began to wish his bride. less suspects any to. .:-becootri. I. "ed_ ,ag iast him!
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Western. chief. like the has mended deemed I require the money might guine that England would surrender her ister and Lord Aberdeen seems to ht'e- -, .
Arrival of the Great governor-general, : quitted being preferable as a means emergency might : be i,"
the Paunjaub : the British garrison remains increasing the revenue. It is hoped that I be raised at a much lower rate of interest claims t to a portion of the territory in dis from the first, frank, honest and cordiaf .ot*
ELEVEN: LATER FROM: EUROPE. !
DAYS anxious
inactive at: Labore, where the people are the war with Mexico, vigorously prose- than if the department were confined eitherto pute. This being the posture of affair-, itYa9 were to come to terms of 5-

Corn Bill Pawed She Lards-Mexican War conducting themselves with propriety ; but cuted, as is contemplated! may be of short loans alone, or .to treasury Dotes. The and acknowledged can. meat; and nothing but the extraoeooiiX*
seen, by efery cullies in
JVew received in England-Jideance in Cot. there has demon- which the subject
seems a considerable amount of tur duration. I shall be at all times ready 'to experience of the government had bees
ton, Sft. tfc. buleuce in the.country. conclude: an honorable, peace, whenever the strated that there are periods when loans did mind, that war between the two countries -. involved prevented. an earlier agr

The Steamship Great Western, Capt. The new cantonments were being arranged Mexican government shall manifest a like are most available, and that there are occa- was inevitable unless better counsels Bat it has come in good time; maul1a el1leQt.

Mathews, arrived at New York on the 15th in the Jullunder Doab and their garrisons disposition. The existing war has! been sions when treasury notes are much better should ultimately prevail ; and for these long endurance." r I

inst. from Liverpool. ', which port she left on assigned them. The Bombay troops rendered necessary by the acts of Mexico ; adapted to meet the emergency ; and the counsels the people could but "look to A COMPLIMENT WORTU f'f
had beguu to arrive at Roree about the first and whenever that power shall he ready to power to select both, or either, from time RECORDlStt
the 30th ultimo. week of April, and were to be distributed do us justice, we shall be prepared to to time, would render the negotiation more I: the Senate." And they have not looked in The Washington correspondent rtbe ipiT

Queen Victoria became the mother of a in the manner formerly described. The sheathe the sword, and tender to her the certain, and probably sate a large amount vain. Their fondest hopes have been realized ladelphia North;American, in comment'

daughter (her fifth child,) nn the 24th ult. people in the western India were beginning olive branch of of interest to the government. If the war and their hearts are filled with senti- upon the favorable settlement of the *

The Queeu entered on her 27th year a few to suffer from scarcity, mainly brought by peace.JAMES K. POLK. should be speedily terminated, it is possiblethat ments of gratitude and honor to that body question.llas- Orecol
V the deficiencies of last season's rains.- WASHINGTON, June 16, 1846. a resort to loans or treasury notes mightnot "
day previously. Cholera was spreading! amongst the natives. be required, or if so, for an inconsiderable for its "wisdom, justice and moderation. Every Whig present, with oneexct1L

The effect of the Mexican news has beento India: generally is quiet. Some failures of TREASURY DEPARTMENT, amount. The same power that is now The settlement of the Oregon Question on tion, and be, ihongh obeying the iM>fJ II,

raise the price of American produce. European houses connected with Bombay, June 15, 1846. 5 given by law to redeem the loan, even before the basis of 49, is a source congratulation (tions of his Legislature,; would hate ehaDe:
havH occurred. The weather SIR: \ have duly considered the resolution -I irs maturity whenever the funds of the government ed his vole had it been
necessary
On its receipt many persons instantly with is unusuallycool to the country scarcely to be exceeded by to I
for the middle of April. ( of the Senate: of the 3d of June, 1846, will permit, so as to liquidate any the two-thirds, stood up to the groaS

drew their coUon. CIRCASSIA.-Trvellers) arrived from Cir- together with the estimates of the Secretary pnblic' debt as speedily as possible, shouldbe the successful termination of our hostilities which the party took at the outset of: Jv'

\Ve mentioned in our last that the proposi- cassia announce that has not of the Navy, of the 9lh inst., and of the continued, as also the authority for the with Mexico ; because, a war which would controversy. They formed the main bod
war commenced -
yet
firm of the Mexican Government for placingthe but Scbamil Bey is making exten- Secretary of War of the 13th inst., submitted reissue of the treasury notes, as heretofore have been ten times more dire in its conse- upon which the subdivisions of Mr Calk''noa,, IIJ II
by to this department, and respectfully provided by law, as well as for their receipt and Mr. Benton rallied." J
debt upon a new footing, by the propri- sive preparations. you quences, the end whereof could not have
But here is the
report to as follows : in revenue payments. compliment to which
you
etors in London. The proposition was PRUSSIA. Letters from been foreseen which would be II
Germany announce It appears that the aggregate estimated The additional duties designated in sche- altogether alludeJ-

negatived by the bondholders. But a new that the constitution will be pub- expenditures of the War and Navy Depart dule A, are recommended as a war measure unnecessary to an honorable adjustment of After the result
and favorable of Mexico lished early in June. Prince Henry of rrients for the fiscal (the and terminate with the restoration of was ascertained V
more proposition years terminating on to the question at issue between the two Gov- McDuffie declared
'the
Prussia, who i is at the head of the Whig ; d// J
small chance of the London I opposing 30th of June, 1846, and the 30th of June, peace, or as soon thereafter as the state of over-heated served the pan !
capitalists ernments, but into which the eternal gratitude] and honor
\\'ishf'tlthe
party, King to proceed by means of ;
1847, amount to 23,952,904, over and the public finances will permit their discon- ,
bleeding" freely in the matter of the loan. of and of country, for the patriotism and forbearance'and
I a sovereign grant. Frederick William above the estimates made by these departments tinuance.I zeal: folly men in "high places"would i I

The Cambria Capt. Judkins, arrived in 1 1I I IV. did not entertain the same opinion. in December last, and then submit- have the honor to be, sir, most respect- have plunged us, has been averted.All self-sacrificing devotion, which they JjJ

Liverpool on the afternoon of Thursday, I wish," he is said to have exclaimed, 1 ted in my ;annual report to Congress. In ; fully, your obedieut servant. honor to the :Members of the American I I manifested throughout_this___struggle."

after a splendid passage, with the intelligence wish people the and constitution(the Crown; to and engage to attain both in that the that report it was supposed by this department !- R. J. WALKER, Senate; who voted in favor; of the Oregon I orFrom::: the Columbus Enquirer
thai upon the! expenditures then esti- Secretary of the Treasury.To of
of the rupture which has already object, I ought\ to consult the States unitedin mated for a state of peace, there would le- the PRESIDENT. Treaty June 24, received by t the to Viola,"* v,

taken place between the Mexican and American general assembly." main on the 1st of July 1847, a balance in
forces the issue! of the conflict which COTTON MARKET. the trrasuty 84,332,441 07. Deductingthis AOIsEa THE GEORGIA REGIMENT.The .
COMMERCIAL the place of the Agnes in the transportation
has taken place at Fort Isabel, on the Rio LtvTRPooL, May 29 -With inference to our hallanrc from the excess! of( expenditures ) Georgia Regiment j of Volunteers have heLl
Circular of the ISili inst., per Ilibernia steamer, above estimated; by the \Var and Navy of the mail from this place lo Chat tahioo- their elections for field officers, and are
Grande. ue have: to advise that Cotton is about !d. per Ib now tuu
lower, though fair Upland is still quoted 5d, and Departments there would result a deficiency APAL/CHICOLA, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1346. chee, and will go out this morning on her organized, and will be ready, it n: supposed in{
Gen. Armstrong, Consul for the United fair Orleans 5Jd., those being relatively rather of( $19.020,463. first trip for Uncle Sam Ith_ Charley"ViIEtTON few days to take up their line of march. E,enerP -
States at Liverpool, came home in the Great higher than othi>r kinds. It is believed, however, that this deficiency cL- Ths following gentlemen are authorized ;>rt Is making for a speedy departure/bul i its
For fair Mobile the quotations is -lid and that will from receipts accrued Agents for the COMMERCIAL: : AD\'F.RTISERond will \ master. supposed that they will not get under way belin
,
Western, on a visit. was also the quotation for fair Upland a few days augmented Saturday. It is not quite certain
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertisements whether
and for the fiscal 1846 and tin
The Peers hare made short work of the a!{o, but the market has become a little more firm accruing years or: The Hon. HENRY MIDDLETON, for- will go by way Montgomery or byboaUfr
since the receipt yesterday of the news of the 1847, be diminished four millions of dollars, :- i
Corn Bill. On Monday week it was read war between the United States and Mexico.! which, would reduce the defiicit on the 1st ME:: Rg. MASON: & TUTTLE, William Street, ner Minister to Russia, died at his resi- rectly leans. from here, by Apalachicola, to New Or.

for the first time in their House and the The sales of the week ended 23d: inst. were New York. dence in Charleston the 14th inst.
of July, 1847, to S15,620,463.It on On Saturday the election for Colonel
DAVID BRAVO Es' New
29,340 bales! of which 4,000 were on speculation ; Orleans. V lbt <
second reading, after a deb te of three 1,000 for export, and the business for the week i is4 ascertained by experience, that for WM. W. CHKEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga. Regiment came off; and fwm the interest( j.
of ended this evening, amounts to 26,650 bales, of the certain, prompt, and convenient pay- JAMES: [n. WILSON: Esq., Fort Gaines, Ga. SFTTLEMENT OF TilE OREGON QUESTION.The fested as to the result both in and out ot cinipi ,I
eights, was passed by a majority FORTY- which 3,500 are to speculators and 2,400 to expor ment of the public creditors at all times and Major JACK HARDMAN: Eufaula, Ala. Oregon Treaty which was sent to produced quite an excitement. Capt Henry i {

8EVEN. ters.The Amprican descriptions fold this week con- places throughout our extended territory he Senate on the 16th inst., ;and which Jackson, of t Ine Jasper Greens, was the succaa. (

The Oregon notice had been given and sist of 3,270 Upland at 3J a 51 ; 14.040 Orleans at and the supply) of the mint and the branch ocr For POETRY and VARIETY, see fourth page. of f ful candid3te. The vote stood thus;
was> subsequently RATIFIED by a vote H. R. Jackson
the Great Western brought out the answer 3i a 5.J ; 3300 Alabama and Mobile at 3a 5J ; mints for coinage, a sum of four millionsof Capt. 310
and 570 ?ea Island at 11$ a 15d per lb. It will be doljars, during of O:? It affords us pleasure to notice No. "orty-onc to fourteen is said to consist of Isaac Holmes, 2C8!
of the Biiiish Government which is said especially a state war .* J. S. Calhoun
to continue ,
that
seen the spinners to purchase on an 264
must remain on hand:. in the treasury, which I XII. of the FARMER'S LIBRARY AND five Articles which are as fu"ows- .
be and character. unusually limited scale under the influence of an Col.! J J. B. Hoxey, 30
of friendly ,
a conciliatory
unsatisfactory! I trade. would gain raise the sum to he providedfor MONTHLY JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE," Art. 1. Defines the boundary-49" from Scattering, 2

PARLIAMENTARY. Monday, May the The stock of cotton in this port is now about before the 30th of June, 1847, to 19- Edited by JOHN S. SKINNER, and pub- the Rocky Mountains to Queen Charlotie's In the afternoon of Saturday, the Rezinet
70,000() bales against 870,000( at time last fll
18th the Corn Bill was; brought from the same sea- 620,463.It was reviewed by hi*Excellency Gov
on. The stock of American is about 531,000 or lished by GREELY & MC-ELRATH, Tribune Sound, I 111t|; MI :Southerly t through; i the Straitsof Crawford-. l
Lower to the Upper House and deliveredat 109,000 less than at that period. is believed, however that a sum equal after which he addressed the soldiers in an n.
BROWN: SHIrLEY & Co. to 8.3.:>3.1,057 of additional revenue may be : Buildings, New-York. Fui: lo thy: Pacific Ocean.; ceedingly;; happy manner; vindicating the jutic.

their lordships' bar. produced by the modification of the tarill 'his[ Number finishes the great Agricultural Art. 2.? The navi ittiuti. of the Columbia of par cause and showing; the propriety of prose- ,
On the Customs Bill was bro't From Washington Union.] cutin- the war vigorously] ; and
Tuesday herein proposed-namely, to adopt as a ba. work of M. Von Thaer. In the lan River to be free until the expiration of the and concluding rerj ;
and read first time. FUNDS FOR CARRYING ON THE WAR eloquently} significantly by pointing emits((
the Lords
sis the
up to a WITH MEXICO. hill reducing the tariff reported by : guage of the Editor, it is enough for us to charter of thc [II] mi-son's I Bay Company: and them the rood to Mexico.On rl
The Lords did not meet on Wednesdayor the Committee of \Vays and Means to the Monday morning the elections for L'nt
that the renewable if the charter be renewed.
of
,
repeat production
a man so
Thursday. On :he first-named day Mr. MESSAGE House of Representatives on the 14th of Colonel and Major took place, the regiment har.

Buncombe provoked discussion on the Lace Of the President of the United States, in an- April last, together with the augmented and. highly gifted as Dr. Thaer, and possessingso Art. 3. The Rivers. Ports and Harbors, .ing been formed into Battalions follows:

steer to a resolution of the Senate of June 3, additional duties now proposed and enumerated many advantages for information, must north of 49, to be free toitbe commerce of FIRST BATTALIONColumbus Guard., Ricb.

Factories Bill, which was rejected. 1S40, calling fur information relative to the in schedule A. This change: of the' be worthy of all attention." The selectionof both countries. mond Blues Canton Volunteers, Maccn\ Guard,

Wednesday the proceedings were ofa mode of raising funds for carrying on the bill reported by the committee, omitting; the ; Crawford Guards.
war with Mexico. fourth section, would make an addition to the most excellent Agricultural works Art. 4. Indemnity for the forls and trading SECOND (BATTALION.-Georgia Light;; Infa.

desultory character.On To the Senate of the United States : the revenue to be produced by that bill, of for republication is not the only advantageof stations: of the British South, and the American try, Fannr Volunteers Avenger*, Kcnt>saw Rangers, Suntei: r:
Thursday the House of Lords met, County Jasper Greens.
In answer to the resolution of the Senateof S4034057. the Farmer's Library," but as its title North/ of 49. Thomas Y. Redd,. of the Columbus Guardi

and divided at the in the morning ou the the 3d inst., I communicate herewith After a very careful examination of the imports, it is a monthly journal of all that is Art. 5. Indemnity for private properly incase was elected Lieut. Colonel flf the first Battalia,

Corn Bill. The numbers were : Contents estimates prepared by the War and Navy additional data; which it has been in my power and J 1st Lieut Charles Williams, of the Gent-
new and interesting in subjects or citizens shall wish to
present"138, proxies 79-211 ; Non-Con- Departments, of the probable expenses of to obtain since the month of February Agricultural pursuits. any eia Light Infantry: ,. of Columbus, was electrf

tents-present 126, proxies 38-164. Majority conducting the existing war with Mexico, last, it is my conviction that the bill of the We hardly know which to praise most, the retire behind the boundary line from being Major.

during the remainder of the present! and the committee will produce a net revenue of at selected portion, or that which is original. below or above it.PIBLIC. The vote for Lirar. Colonel was as fellow:

47. whole of the next fiscal: year. 1 communicate least twenty-six millions of dollars. If to The selected works are suitable for the Thos. Y. Redd private Columbus Guards, 231
On the 24ill, Lord John Russell this be added Capt. J. W. Dill, of Augusta Blue, IS)
gave also, a report of the Secretary of the the additional duties proposedto entertainment and instruction of the most MEETING.:: For Majorr

notice, in the House of Commons, that in.. Treasury based upon these estimates, containing be levied in schedule A, the bill of the refined intellects and I Agreeably to previous notice, a meeting of the Lt. Chas. J. William,of Geo. Light In Pry. SB
recommendations of measures for committee, with the modifications embraced ; the Editor fixes the citizens of Apalachicola was held at the Mansion
the committee on the sugar duties, he Capt. Allison Nelsonof Kenesaw; Ranger: 1 101:
should the reduction of the raising: the additional means required. It is in that schedule, would! produce a net revenue whole fast to the memory by a host of use- House Wednesday evening'): last,for the purposeof i All the other candidates that were spokend
duty on
move probable that the actual expenses incurred of 30031057.: This would make an ful, practical examples.Let making suitable arrangements for the celebration declined previous to the ballotting. '\'

all foieign sugar to the rate proposed for during the period specified may fall considerably addition of 85,534,057 to the revenue that Farmers and Physicians, Merchantsand ( of the approaching Anniversary of our Inde The Colonel has appointed John Forsyth.Ai 1.

8ugar the produce of free labor, and, if that below the estimates submitted, whichare would be produced under the act of the30th.of pendence.TheTneeting. jutant; James Kellogg; Private Secretary; Sid

should be agreed to, for the abolition of all for a larger number of troops than have August, 1842. If, then, we deduct Politicians, patronise the work. They was organized by calling Col. II. M. McConnell, Sergeant Major; Bed. F. McDonald .

differential duties on foreign and colonial yet been called to the field. As a precau- this 85,534,057 from the deficit above esti- will lose nothing by so doing. J. FLOYD to the Chair, and JAMES F. FAKKIOR was and, Quarter Geo. Gatehouse Master Sergeant: ; Dennis Musiciaa Hotland ,
Principal
tionary measure, however, against mated it would still leave a deficit of 14-
any possible requested to act as Secretary.Jno. To fill the vacancies- occasioned by the abon
sugars. the 060,406. TIlE FOURTH OF JULy.-It will be seen
deficiency, estimates have been
S. Hutchinson, Esq. moved that a committee promotions the following company electioa
This sugar question is the one on whichit made at the largest amount which any state If, in addition to the modifications of thetarin' by the proceedings of a meeting publishedin of 20 be appointed by the Chair to make have taken place :

is supposed (by some) that Sir Robert of the service may require.It :above suggtsted! the warehousing another column, that preparations have suitable arrangements for the celebration. There- GEORGIA LIGHT INFANTRY. R. Gonli! f I
from the will be perceived from the report of system were adopted( as recommended in the Chair the ing 1st Lieutenant, H. C. Anderson, 2d Lieut
Peel will retire Ministry. been made to celebrate this day in a becoming upon appointed following committee:
the Secretary of the Treasury that a con- my annual report of December last, it would JASPER F.E'iS.-J McMahon, Captain; m
Hez. Smith It. II. Goodlett T. Orman S.V..
Mr. O'Brien has emerged from the siderable poilion of the additional amount make an addition, to the national revenue manner. Actuated by the sentimentsthat Curlette, 1st Lieut.! D. O'Conner, 2d do.

cellar" of the House of Commons ; the required may be raised by a modification of from customs of one million dollars, which must ever be cherished by Americansa : SpencerVm.. Foster, J. F. Bosworth, Jas. F.
!
Farrior, II. F Simmons, Dr. John Gome Jno. S. Tnt PotOID
.
DIiE.-u
: WAT IT WAS ]!:
committee on which be refused to serve the rates of duty imposed by the existing deducted from the above deficit. would love of Liberty and Independenceour pi
Hulchinson. II. Hughes I. D.
Bugbee Peter
,
the shrewd and
tarifflaws.rillie high duties at levied leave a deficiency still of 13- intelligent correspondent
ho orderedto present remaining
finished its business, was
having citizens, albeit they are but few in num- Hobart, B. S. HwleyVm.. W. Sims.A. T.Ben
on many articles totally exclude them O&,4 1)6.) of the Baltimore Patriot furnishes the following
be set at liberty ; but his friends of the from importation, whilst the quality and It is true that the introduction of the ber, have determined not to permit the nett Wm. A. Kain, Wm. Valleau, A. Downer, account of the and
Ls. F. E. origin;; progrts
press complain bitterly that he has been required amount of others which are imported are warehousing system might diminish the rev- occasion to pass off without some demonstration Dugas.
of the affair between Gen. Scotland
to pay a bill of <.l41 and some odd greatly diminished. By reducing these duties :onue during a portion of the first year succeeding that it is held sacred-that the days On motion the Chair was added to the above recent

shillings, under the name of fees. to a revenue standard, it is not doubted its adoption ; but that it would add of '76 hallowed in their committeeOn Polk & Co. "We bare no doubt it is in tin
that a large amount of the :articles on which one million of dollars per annum to the per- are yet remembrance motion of Jno. S. Hutchinson, Esq.. the main correct. The impulsive and sensitive

THE ESCAPE OF PRINCE Louis BONA- they are imposed would be imported, and a manent annual revenue from customs is not and the patriots who distinguishedthem Chair appointed the following committee to selectan soldier was entrapped by the wily, mous..

J'\RTE.-On Monday last the Prince succeeded corresponding amonnt of revenue be received doubted.It still held in veneration. We see that Orator and Reader the day: ,
ing politician. In and dirty
in effecting his escape from the for- at the treasury from this source. By is believed also that the reduction and the same spirit is manifested in every quar- Jno. :S. Hutchinson, A. Hancock, M. M. Butt, petty intrigues .

tress of Ham, after a close imprisonmentof imposing revenue duties on many articles J graduation of the price of the public landsin ter, and that the "glorious Fourth" will Dr. W. S. Green, C. J. Shepard. I schemes to destroy a political rival-8 .

His hear now permitted to be imported free of duty favor of settlers and cultivators, as recommended It: was moved that the proceedings be signed by low cunning and grovelling demagognua: ,
some object now, as we be I
years. and by regulating the rates within the reve- in your message of Decemberlast generally celebrated as the Nation's festival the Chairman and Secretary.On the trio of Polk, Marcy and Bob Walks!

is to obtain passports without delay, in order nue standard upon others, a large additional would make an annual addition of halfa So may it ever be, here and else- motion the meeting adjourned. i is hard to beat. They would'sacrifice frieoi ,(\

that "lie may at one hasten to share the retreat revenue will be collected. Independentlyof million of dollars to the revenue derivablefrom where. II. J. FLOYD, Chairman. \..
and if .
of his father at Florence. the high considerations which inducedme the proceeds of the sales of the public From the gentleman selected as Oratorof JAS. F. FARRIOR, Secretary. country necessary lo- tbe accomplishment : ,

IRELAND.-The Government has summoned in my annual message, to recommend lands, by bringing into market many: millions -- of paTty ends. The frank, oP/2- I .
Lord Ileytesbury lo London, to a modification and reduction of the rates of of acres of the public domain which the Day here, we anticipate an excellent {JG- The Committee appointed to select an hearted and honest soldier has m or ;;I c! \.

support the Corn Bill in the Lords' com duty imposed by the act of 1842, as beingnot are wholly unsaleable at the ptesent minimum address, and from the general arrangements Orator and Reader have performed that duty by in a controversy with such S""c- 1 2

mittee. V only proper in a state of peace, but justto I price established by law. Deducting made by the committee the occasion will selecting as Orator RAPHAEL J. MOSES, Esq., knew, or should have kr,. n, '3

In Ulster, the laboring classes are suffering all the great interests of the country, the this sum of half a million of dollar; from no doubt pass off* pleasantly with all. and WILLIAM VALLEAU, Esq. to read the Declaration ,.
at severely as from the want of potatoes, necessity of such modification and reduction the deficit last above mentioned, would leave of Independence.A had to deal with, and shoi. I I.

as in the south and west. as a war measure must now be manifest. still unprovided for (the sum of 12,586,406, "LOOK TO THE SENATE!" procession will be formed at the Mansion good sense to avoid their soar: 1

The accounts: of the new potato crop in The country requires additional revenue for which must be met by loans, treasury notes, This was the solemn warning of the House, at 11 o'clock, and will march from thenceto he was silly enough to t be eotr,
the of the direct
prosecutIOn war. It be obtained taxation, or excises.
I
may
Ireland are. upon the whole encouraging. Washington Times, uttered with almost the Methodist E. Church, under the to rush of his own acco: *.
forward to a great extent, by reducing the In addition) to the strung objections which com t
The hay harvest is unusually pf the prohibitory and highly protective duties imposed have been urged against direct taxes and excises every breaih-"so to speak"-in its dying mand of WM. A. KAIN, Esq., Marshal of the that was set for him, lie i 1; .> i, this In ,
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some country
cutting year.has already commenced.SAXOMV l parts by the existing laws to revenue rates; it would be difficult to put in operation hours. But the country needed no such Day.After sympathy. He should ha- .. ,i>, o :c::' ,,

by imposing revenue duties on the free list such a in all the the Oration ,
States
chamber of the ; system and voice from any quarter. The signs of the procession will returnto [Mo. &, ,
second
The and by modifying the rates of duty on otherarticles. Territories, so as to realize 'ihe required the Mansion House and ,
partake of Dinnerto ll'
Saxon Legislature resumed on the afternoon in the times" were sufficiently ominous of a WASHINGTON, June TO, M .
amount cash before the
30th
of June
of the 18th inst., the discussion on evil-the political elements be served up by JOHN S. HUTCHINSON, Esq.. how that matter was bet Mr.r :" .
The modifications recommended by the 1847. A system of direct taxes and exci- sufficiently por-
Gov. c& //1.-
Marcy and Gen. S wh 1
the report of the committee respecting) the Secretary of the Treasury in his annual report ses, it is believed, would not meet the sanction tened that the storm which threatened the The Baltimore American in .
sanguinary: riots at Leipsic on the 12th of in December last of the unless speaking of caused so great a sensation .
in the
were
adapted to people,
a American far off" St
emergencyof people was not to turn :-
the settlement of the When Mr. Polk sent ton.
last. The therefore is to Oregon Question,
August question Htaie of peace, and the additional duties now a war with some great maritime nation, tt
all with anxious and confi'Jen about the 13lh and .ofkr.owBwish
a certain extent, in slatu quo. suggested by him, are with a view strictly exposing our commerce to great hazard, eyes hope pays the following just compliment to Mr. ultimo I. I .".!...
that he should take .trJ
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ITALY.-There is a new movement to. to raise revenue as a war measure. At the and! greatly reducing the revenue from duties expectation to the Senate. The Presi- McLane :- t "
wards freedom in favored of the these duties and un imports. dent's Message had forth and ;army) to be sent against ]1\ cj, ;-
Italy, by King conclusion war may : gone was "The general feeling of gratification at sincere Gov. sitee ., ...JJ
Marcy was t
Charles Albert of Sardinia. should be abolished, and reduced to lower The only remaining means for supplying conceded by all parties to be a "warlike"document. the peaceful and honorable adjustment of Scott was both proud and : .11"f- -',

NEW: Z.LAsD.-The: last accounts from rates. this deficit within the required period, is by Mr. Polk had declared that the Oregon question cannot but 'be mingled came the official. announcel't: (

New Zeland state that the troops in the It is not apprehended that the existingwar loans or treasury;) notes; and I would accordingly our title to the whole of Oregon was clear; throughout the country, with a sentimentof Scott would probably take ccn :lcd of "
North were encamped about eight miles with Mexico will mil?erially affect our recommend, with a yiew to the grateful regard and of sincere acknowl-

from the Pah of }Kawiti, HeI i's principal trade and commerce with the rest of the most vigorous prosecution of the existingwar and indisputable," and had intimated strongly edgement for the very efficient services of r army.This set the leaders of the r f :, .: '

a I ly. world. On (the contrary, the reductions with Mexico, so as to bring it to a that any compromise of the question our Minister at the Court of St. James. other end of the Avenue on fir*- 31aD '-

ALGERIA.-Marshal Bugeand will shortly proposed would Increase that trade, and speedy and honorable termination, and thata short of 54, 40, would not meet with Exec- The diplomatic labors of Mr. McLane, now them repaired'to the While 1usea0'

return to France, baring resigned the post : augment the revenue derived from it. this contingent authority should be vested in utive sanction. The tone of sentiment in happily crowned with success, have been mons When the country is in a elate( of war, department, with your sanction, to issue worthy of his of the Gen. .
of Scott
of Governor General Algeria. Nothingis I the House of great ability-worth in that conspicuous placc<
no contingency should be permitted J to occur treasury notes, or effect a loan of a sum-in Representatives clearly indicated in which j
cause He PresideD
his which
determined as to successor. they were employed. bemight into the
yet in the not exceeding the last abovementioned that the President would step _
in which there would be a deficiency aggregate be sustainedby went on his important mission at a time chair without an effort Mr. Polk sa*
-- THE OVERLAND MAIL FROM CHINA. the treasury for the vigorous prosecution I deficit of Sl2.586.406tI that body in the position he had assumed. when the aspect of the Oregon controversywas a glance the false: more, the momtrft it.' I
By an express extraordinary, which reached ufthe war and to guard against such an think it would he most advantageous to '
; doubtful and ominous when it
Members
were eager in obtaining the floor -nay, pointed out lohim !-But what was I
,,
London on the 20th inst., in anticipationof event, it is recommended that contingent the Government, that a portion of this mo- seemed that the He Scott rbi
a pacific arrangement on had already informed Gen.
the mail,.we have received advices from authority given to issue treasury notes, ney should be raided by treasury notes, and to deliver themselves of the patriotic sentiments basis which the controversy thus rested upon he desired him to take command oft"

India pnd' China, The date are-Calcutta or to contract a loan for a limited amount, the remainder by loans, limiting the interest that swelled in their bosoms, and to was almost out of the range of proba Here was a dilemma! Whatbe I

April ?; Madrai. 13; Bombay 15 ; China, reimbursable at an early day. Should no in both cases to a rate not exceeding six percent proclaim that their voices were "still for bility. Yet Mr. MeLanie, having given the my.Jane 1 Ah, that shrewd old IaVSGo r

March 29. occasion arise'to exercise the power, still it per annum, and forbidding the negotiation 'war,"-or what was the same thing, they subject a full and cairn consideration, departed ,. Marcy, was not at a loss for an C ; t
The Bombay Times of April 15th has I may be important that the authority should ia either case below the par value. for the whole on his errand of peace with the per- dient He had been an Albany Rt&
the following brief summary of the news:- exist should there be a necessity for it. If the authority were limited so as to cover I were of Oregon,-.and_ of these suasion that the question could be settled- man too long not to know bow to CJa"ai ayj

The bit' fortnight has: ,proved perfectly bar It is not deemed necessary to resort to direct this deficit, and the power given to resort there was a'' large majority. It was'never settled without a war, and honorably to both :difficult matter adroitly. His nasttfT}

ren of intelligence. The commander taxes or excises-the measures recom- 10 loans: : or treasury notes, or both* a1 the I for a moment supposed, by the most san parlies. The intercourse; ,between our Min yice to his editor, when a candidate h''

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or New York-to keep promi- looked upon MS certain. Mr. Buchanan will, able, and superior to all other title or pretence and l Gen. Taylor has expressed his determination gin. Lord- -
r rGo e bit military stnices, while the undoubtedly retire from the State Department of title, has it is believed, within a few dayspast to ask the Postmaster }fl; is from La-ford (loaf giver) and For Liverpool.
New Or.Ieans be
ID i submitted to the President and at : was called so from his maintaining at his THE Al barque JOHN BROWER.
seDd: rnendiog the breeches st the and accept the vacant seat on the through him to send
arge aboUt be in the back- bench of the Supreme Court which to the senate, a proposition to compromise what proper persons into this coun- I I own expense a number of retainers or dependanuis. ,Hubbs, muter, having most of her cargo
placed
"as< is attend '
expense served. It is re- she insists to be the difficulty that exist between try to to that business. So'mething I( Lady is called Laf dian, (loaf ,engaged, will meet dispatch. FtT
Stte5 at all, was not forgot- dnubtfuj who will be his
; aDd. mentioned suc herself and this government, by which she pre- should certainly be done immediately in r server,) because: she cut and served round balance freight 250 bales or parage, apply to
r :indeed. The fact was remember- cessor. Mr.Vaker! is, however, indicatedby fers said some that June J.). hILLS DAWSON Co.
vt to accept nearly one-half cf territory to quarter-so responsibility for thepostage i j i the bread to the guests. ;

*'. that the request made by the Presi- rumor. The state of parties is much preserve the peace. of the two governments, and as well as delivery of letters, should f f Grog.Admiral Vernon was the first who For Liverpool.
d JtoO r.n Scott was verbal and not in mortified by the Oregon question. The fif- compensate her for claims that havQ no foundation rest in the proper quarter. I introduced
de pt_ of \\;bal then ? Why:, Geo. Scott ty-four men are savage in their hostility to in fact; and whereas it is believed the Sen- board a drink of rum and water on THE Al ship BLANCHARD Capt.

**g. badgered, provoked incensed into Mr. Polk. The old party lines are quite ate has been in secret session upon the same, andembody [From the N. O. Delta, June 14. a ship. He was called (by the Jack ..Blanchard has three-fourths of her car-
be it in form of ; be TEXAS. tars, old Grog, from his wearing a grogram go going on board. For freight of the
1st Lion of some impulsive act in obliterated, and new combinations are form- a a treaty to signed by remainder
the officers of the two We received yesterday the coat in bad weather. Hence the term or passage, apply to
*eeo :5 would enable \jr. Polk to proper governments and papers brought June 13 CHARLES
""rit2$ and give!; the command ing.It Is believed that extraordinary transmitcd to them for ratification ; and whereas by the Galveston. The particulars of the Grog," for the drink. ROGERS- & Co. .
baDge b'I purpose And 1. means, to it i is believed that it is one of the questions that recent Indian Treaty, is the principal ,-Six months alter publicaion of .
{ somebody else. so, the extent of thirty millions, will be news NOTICE
of the ar" to his needed require the sanction of the people, and the action which we find in them. Eleven tribes were Among the steamersnow building at Louisville application wiJI be.made to the _
T' artful, wIy man shrugged; forGo the successful prosecution of the war of the whole legislative power of the government, fully represented, and all the chiefs I there is one called the Gen. Taylorand Hon. Judge of Probates; for Jackson county, tt.a _
u e tc. winked and looked knowingly at with Mexico. Some suppose that issues of and cannot be constitutionally adjusted and set- the'treaty and declared their signed another the Rio Grande. final settlement of the administration of the
determination
|bo cotr and then wilh a cunning laintGeD. Treasury notes to that extent cannot he tled by the treaty-making power ; and whereas II j I estate of William Bryan: deceased, late ot said
:orld ODe cannot help thinking in kept at par, even if drawing interest. We an attempt thus secretly to adjust the matter, to assist in (punishing all who might violate j I A SNAKE SToRT.-A snake was recently county. ELIJAH BRYAN,

fDr an t e ctiOD how Tag tempted Othtllothi are at a loss to imagine what measures Mr. when the people and their immediate representatives it. One of the objects of the delegation of killed in Ouachita parish La., by !Mr. Wm. I June 30, iSla.6m Administralor.I .

conD GeDeralto understand that in Walker will recommend in his which are ignorant of said proposition, would be Indians: who have accompanied Gov. Butler j JC. Downs, says the Monroe Courier. which .
,
he report doing violence to the constitution and the to Washington City, is to fix line : measured in TAKE NOTICE- Thirty days after the publi- .
rights upon a of length and inches
CD-! I'bi h quarters his tardy course of.certl1 is to t be made to.morrow. It is probable, j, elevcrfeel: eight I of this not/ce, I shall apply to the
of the people, and, if consummated, of no obligatory boundary, within which to restrict the and six inches
and the sub- occupation in diameter.) It
favor hooegneflt was
vas that he will Hon.
wever, recommend supposed of
(ound no a duty on force upon them : Be it therefore- of the Indians. The I Judge Probates!: Son the County of Franklin _
: adversion, or something of that 1 free articles, and an issue of some ten millions points settled to be some kind of a water snake. for the appointment cf Commissioners to allot .
, Resolved, That in the opinion of this House it _
jtct I of T e artful taunt had the desired ef-i Treasury notes. But, before the is the duty of the President and Senate to postpone by The the treaty Indians are thus enumerated : Being cut open, three large poisonous moccasin !. and ell off the dower of the undersigned in

|ort; The indignant General could not close of the session, it is plain that additional further consideration and action upon'the acknowledge themselves under snakes were found within. !: the estate: of Ebenezer! J. \r; ocd deceased, late of
the protection of the United ... the
fect aDd under the excitement whichifideotly means must be called for. same, and submit it to the people for their decision Slates and =- county of Franklin.
burt b' produce It and instruction. recognise no other authority, pledging AT. A. WOOD.
calculated to le- is now doubted whether the COMMERCIAL.
lt t ..1 1 his room and wrote the unfortuit has resolved upon an attempt; government to take- Resolved further, That if the treaty-making' themselves to perpetual amity and friendshipwith Apalachicola June 23, 1846. 23-ln

palrt tn erioGor. Marcy of the 21st May the Castle of San Juan d'Ulloa. It is power in secret conclave, attempt to settle a The people of the United States, and MAIL AB3AKGEMEWT. rVEYT-YOBK

IIllt, deed done General doubted whether the attempt would be question of the magnitude and importance of the all other friendly Indians. Leaves Chattahoochee Thursdays, 1 P. M.

, This *S trappedGov. Marcy etaucLM. as its eighty Paixhan would successful Oregon question, it will furnish another exampleof They agree not to form alliances with the Arrives at Apalachicola.. Saturdays, 12 M. PRINT WAREHOUSE.! .
guns senatorial and executive that is incompatible enemies of the Leaves PRICES REDUCEDAt
Scot! the supremacy country, and to give notice Tuesdays 9 A. \r.
aDd be President' coolly requested. be a formidable obstacle to the most powerful with the constitution and the rights of any contemplated iuvasion or imnendin. ? Arrives at Chattahoochee, Thnrsdays, 12 M. the extensive Establishment for '.'
General to remain Washington !- fleet. It can be taken by landing a of the people, and will call for a prompt corectda ::>

brace: tbe account upon good authority- force north of the castle, as judicious men ive, to place the rights, honor, and weltare of the nger.Each REMARKS OX THE MARKET.Our PRINTS ONLY,
runs tribe is
Co to notice of
I for oue believe it. What schemes I say. The city of Vera Cruz would be ihus country in the keeping of those who will best give any violation cotton market continues in a very quiet BY S -

jnd out for the Presidency, \Vas easily taken and the castle would necessarily preserve :and appreciate them. of the treaty on the part of any other. state, \Ve ha\e no transactions to notice during : LEE & B11EWSTER ,
are payiC the bottom of the Resolved, That the object and of those They are to give up all prisoners, and aide the week
,administration. at fall. Santa Anna look the city from purpose just past. The stock en sale is very 44 CEDAR STREET N. YORK. '
tO who desire the preservation cf the honor th authorities of the United Stales in obtaining .
, liberty, ,
the
clause
added to the and light cf that which
-
oemet t that sup- royalists forced the cattle to sur- I most was offered hating bee.i This stock of PRINTED CALICOES.retrljall
bill, placing the power in the I re n ci e;. and true interests: of this republic are best attested them.Thry withdrawn under advances for .I
( shipment Oar recently purchased for cas'i! and short
I
credit
by action them that
manly needsno themselves
" pledge desist from
upon to all
''tTo/Mr/ \ Polk of discharging hoth I But the Government is determined to midnight open veil to hide them from the public murder and depredation and rivers .are still! boatab'e! but the crcp is pretty much j.I AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,are offeredat
surrender
leD.i Scotland Gen. Gaines from the I army push the invasion. The plan of the campaign view< and scrutiny, and that past experience attests all offenders to be tried by the to laws of the forward anJ receipts here consequently very light. from

, a t the"l..j Of tbe Mexican war is partially indicated in Gen. Scott's that any other course but serves to steal the United Striles.: Since our last report we have advices from Liverpool Ho C Cents (Per Yard) LOWER

POTOMAC.CMTe correspondence. The recruting service power of the many to that of the few, and thus The United States have the up to the 4th inst. per steamer Caladoniavia THAN THE PRICES OF APRIL. -

I' ------- goes on slowly, and it is not believed that: enables department of this government; to enlarge right to establish Boston. The cotton market was firm without {;:Purchasers are guaranteed the prices-and
of the Charleston! Courier.] its circle of action, and draw within its agencies trading houses among them,
[ ponience' the additional force authorised by law can I change in pm ices.FItEIGIITS.We. allowances made for a given period.
,I WASHINGTON: June 13. be obtained. Gen. Scott's opinion, as statedin sphere from the other all that is necessary to make and to establish military posts, &c. have had some little additionto I I 0;::r Catalogues (renewed and corrected daily
it concede the United
They to States the ,
I The bppy result of the long threatening; his correspondence, is that not more than supreme. of : our tonnag- daring the week and have notice i'I regulating the prices-are placed in the hands
,
Question, is the subject of general seven thousand regulars can be brought together The motion obtained 37 votes. It was right control over all trade and intercourse the to j I I of buyers, and sent with goods:: crdered.
of
OrgoD ;ation among all parlles. It will by the first of September. The hardly regarded as a serious movement. } and will in no instance seek personal engagement one barque, part cargo for Liver j?I New York, June 6, 1516. 15-ly
: remaining
DI"r'tt: redress for either pool, at 11-lOd., and one barque for New York, at I'
injuries, to
tne whole country and, indeed, the part of the force of thirty thousand While the amendments to the Indian person or 1 I I
11-1&
..p2tify won3. men, which will constitute the Appropriation] bill ere under consideration, properly. but will in such cases apply to the'i I' FOREIGN PERIODICALS. '
..bme army United Stales Our stock on hand, unappropriated, is etimated I II :
The Senate last evening agreed to advise: of invasion will be composed of volunteers,, a i debate took; place on the origin and character agent. I at 5000 bales.

I tie President to accept the terms proposed enlisted for twelve months. It is apprehended of the Mexican war. They concede the light to introduce i REPUBLICATION OF

t, the British Government. by some that the proportion of re- :Mr. Pillsbury, of Texas, in reply to :Mr. among them :miniSters: of the gospel and [EXTRACT.] The London

! The injunction of secrecy has not been guhr troops will be too small for the Culver, of N. Y.. vindicated the course oft school teachers. COLUMBUS, June 24. Quarterly Review,
pury The
rmoveJT The Senators will not state the (pose of securing that decree; of discipline I1 administration and maintained that the They agree to prohibit the introductionof The advices per Caledonia steamer: from :[ The Edinburgh Review,

I precise terms of the proposition, but I have and subordination that will be necessary to; Rio Grande was the rightful boundary of spirituous liquors among them, and to Liverpool of the 4th inst., were communicated to Westminster Foreign Quarterly Review,
give notice ofl the violation of this Review
resOntO believe that the statement I hate. sLz cces. Texas.Mr.: provision. the' Washington Union' Great ,

ltrfttfore: ;:i iven. is correct in substance. General Taylor's column now amounts,, Stephens, of Ga., made a very elo- The United! :States::; in consideration fIhese Britain has instructed her by Minister Telegraph.to offer the ANDBLACKWOOD'S

I The final rote on the proposition was as it is said, to t ten thousand men and we shall qqent speech on the other side, contending Indian' stipulations on the part of the several mediation of that Government to settle ihe Mexi- EDINBURGH

f fallow, according; to the general belief, to soon hear that he is on his march to Monte that the war had been made by ihe Execu- tribes represented at the treaty, agree tcan difficulties. Of cotton it says There has :ITIAGAZINE.
to make; for them with .all their
live and peace enemies -
,,,1-: ry, a town 130 miles south-west of Mata unnecessarily improperly. The been a fair demand since our last ThesIs
Yus-Messrs.! Archer, Ashley" Basby, Benton,, morose It is believed here that the retreat cause of the war was the advance of the to give them presents every fall, &c. for four report. The above Periodicals are reprinted in New-
::1O'TI; 'n. Cilhoun.! rham: "rs, Th">s. Clayton, John I ins: :Mexican forces will be there troops from Corpus Christi to the Rio as usual in similar treaties. days, ending 4th inst. was 21OCO York, immediately on their arrival by the British
U 1 (flavtnn. Colqam, Davis., Dayton, Dix. Evans, largely reinforced Grande, which ordered without The E-se-qua-i-as Mescaleros.. numbering bales-SOOO on speculation-prices cannot be quo- steamers, in a beautiful clear type, on fine white
imn/'Hav\\\od. Houston. II unttnton, Johnson, and make a stand. If so, their was consulting together about 5000 souls who ted any lower, but the market decidedly tirm and j I paper, and are faithful copies of the criginals-
I l Mirvland( Johnson of Louisiana" LlwisIc: overthrow will be certain. A pitched but: Congress, though it was known that are BLACZWOOD'S MAGAZINE
>.M&ngam. :Mtllrr: 'Jorehpad. Xile, Pearce,, tie, and a brilliant and decisive victory is it would produce a contlict, which was, in branches of the Lipans and allies of the steady" -very extreme rates being obtained.' I simile nf the Edinburgh edition.I being. an exact fac-
mfbar\.er.\ Phelps Kuk, S.*vier. Simmons,, Camanches, and from There is no improvement in Grain.
anticipated.: It is possible that the Mexican fad, he said, the marked intention of the : came recently the The wide-spread fame of these splendid Periodicals
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fit, Upturn WebsterVootibridge -- I
.'; Turner, Mexican
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I a'ff' -33 Government will then be induced to movement. Mexico, he contended, had prairies, are included among thebes COTTON STATEMENT. Last I renders it needless( to say much in their

NiTv-M'srs.! : Allen Ath 'rton, Breese! Camel come to terms ; if not, General Taylor, not manifested any hostility at the annexation tri represented ui the treaty. The Ca- year. : praise. As literary organs, they stand far in advance -

,.a:!, l Cis, Dickinson, Fairfield! Hannegan, JarnaJfnnr joined by the columns which will u of Texas, and the acquisition might manches are anxious to conciliate them. Stock on hand 1st Sept .. .. ....4 3 !,I of any works of a similar stamp now published
:::1\ !!. Sample, Sturgeon-12.X Mexico Chi hua-hua and Santa enter have been peaceful if the affair had been One white child( and four Mexican boys Received past week... .... .... ..262 \ while the political complexion of each is
by Fe
'n vnnvs-:Messrs.! Atchisnn. \Vcstcott-2. ... .. I marked
prudently conducled. He were ransomed from the Camanches. The previously; 110,041 I by a dignity, candor and forbearance not
Err-M''srs. Barrow, Bright, Corwin, Cnt- leaving garrisons and posts behind him will complimentedthose two Parker children and Totdl..bales -110,307,150543 '. otten found in works of a party character.
n n-4 push on to the City of Mexico. previous administrations by whose were seen, arrangements Exported l past week.... ..... 1,213 They embrace the views of the
The Senate: did not sit to- lay. Peace, it is confidently anticipated will I statesmanship evils of war had been averted, have been made to procure them by previously. ... .97til2 I parties in England-Whis:, Tory and three Radical.-great

frost. ... .... .. ,
We le.irn.: from the Union, that Mr. thus be conquered before Congress meet and] this led him into a splendid eulogium j I Total. 93,92-5 147617 Btackwood and the C& London Quarterly are

Wlr will be ready-; ) on Monday to an- gain in December next, even if it be not on :Mr. \Vebsfer.Ir. A party of eleven Tonkaway Indians recently I hand and on shipboard not] leared--I 11,432\ 3232 IOn !' Tory; the Edinburgh Review" Whig; and the ."

m the imporlant inquiries of the Senate, attained before. by the expected British Leake, of Va., and Mr. Yancy, of visited the new Dutch Colony rt t I p ._. _- -_ ," Westminster," Radical. The Foreign Quar- t

f0 the state of our financinl affairs.Ii mediation. A la.: replied. and maintained;: that Mexico Castroville, and stole three horses. The 1. EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA I[ terly" is purely literary being devoted principally A

is not to be presumed that the admin hath d provoked and commenced the war, and owners of the horses immediately pursued, Commencing 1st September:; l:3-15-aud same to criticisms on foreign Continental Works.


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;'hai duties bf imposed on free article, and Treaty was sent lo the Senate today matter. Col. Harney, of the U. S. Dragoons. has WntrllE&. week jouslvufF. TOTAL I spa on I equally well got up they afford all the advtn
and at 3 o'clock, they went into Executive j tage to the American over the reader.
MI (he President, at his discretion shall 1 The Indian bill and the disagreeing votes recently made a requisition upon the Governor Li.-erpool. .1213.3t32'.3741: : .45645. .1 English
Session it, but lavre..I..t.I .J- -
upon merely referred '.J TERMS.
. ,m lb!? authority, in case of a deficiency, of the two Houses on the supplemenlatywar of Texas for seven companies of men, t ... .... .i".. ..... "" ) "* >
it to the Committee ou Foreign Affairs. assist the N antz.. .... .. .... .1. ..J.'l: I PAYMENT
J ,s3e Treasury notes to a limited amount There is to be some discussion. it. bill, were then finally disposed of. to in defence of the frontier. T neste..... .... .... I......,. .... .I... .. .._)01" TO BE MADE CT ADV JiCE.
It is manifest that next Monday, thereat upon G enoa .... .... .. .. ... ..... ] For any one of the four Reviews,$3,00 per annum
Mr. Allen
battle of lost political campaign is to and Mr. Hunnegan intend to express (('t'Ve' have dates from New Orleans NAvAL.-The U. S. Frigate Potomac, O therports.. ..... .... ..:,,:,:::,,:, .. .9301.. .950 ..149< For any two do. :>Joo u
their
views in opposition to it. Olhersof ('apt. Aulick, is now off the Bar, For any three, do. 7.00 "
waiting
>uht overarm: upon the proposition to to the 20th, but the contain Totaho For. Ports. .12I.336.39349> .591-19 !
the fifty-four forties will papers nothing for For all four of the Reviews
and for "
I it despatches Commodore ,
appeal
Conner. 8,00
<,f up the Tariff Bill. The opposition lo in relation N ew york. ... .. .... :::::: .3S746 For
the 3.1591. Blackwood's
!hat; motiOn will be but it will i may be deemed necessary that they be an- to Army. The following The U. S. ship Falmouth arrived here Boston"..... .... .... .. .. .,..]2:3.30.12'3St, .25494 Magazine 3,00 "
"1"alt. very strong, sxvered. from a correspondent of the Delta writing last evening from the Mexican coast. She rovidence .. .. .... ... .. .I..691i. .6tJ65 ...8616PhlladeltJhia For Blackwood and the four Reviews ...

The Senate was unable, to-day, to fill the wrings no news. i .... ..... ......: ...932 ..932!..249d 10,00 "
So powerful i is Ihis opposition that it is a in the Committee Af from Point Isabel, under date of June 7, is The U. S. B [iimmon remirk, among some of the demo- vacancy on Foreign as late as we have, and quite as interesting steam frigate Mississippi, Capt. N ew Orleans.. ..... ...'.. .2374: ..2374i'.8616
rtr members that the Whigs in fairs. The whig and others, solicited Ir. Pitzhugh; sailed from this port this morning Other porr .... ... .......'. .2040:. ...2013TotilCoatwise..59276.59276 copies of any or all of the above work
are a Calhoun to take the post of Chairman, but:; Three hundred mounted Texans arrived taking the mails for the use of the U. -, will be sent to one address on payment of the regular
'''jony: In i both Houses. The truth i is he declined last ni2ht.The :.. .: ,.87868 subscription for three-the fourth
it. The sixth anJ last ballot S. Squadron in the Gulf. ; copy
bat the party lines established at the BaliirweConvention : H from TOTAL-r.\I.F.s... .... ....... .1.9 25 147617PAEXGE1S. being gratis.
stood as follows :-Mr. Archer 18Ir.; : delegation: the Legislature of The U. S. steamer Gen. Taylor left here --
and the ---- -- (!!Remittances and communications be
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preceding Whig, S vier 22 Mr. Dix 2Ir.: Louisiana arrived on ihe Galveston, and the last -- -- -- --- ----- -- mcst
; Calhoun 1 for New Orleans for
; evening: the
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p cecion> ale broken down, aud parties purpose : all cases without expense to the publishers.
e. 10 some M r. Fairfield 1 ; :Mr. Benton 1 ; lJr.Veb: ten gentlemen will accompany me to Gen. of bringing on a draft of seamen for Pt'r steamer Auu5ta-Clpt: J B Hall, Mr E C'' .-The former nuy always be done through ar'ostmaiter

1eSIOM.: extent merged on many ster 3 ; Mr. Crittenden 1 ; Blank 1-no 'l Taylor's camp this afternoon long prai- the U. S. Navy.-Pensacola Gazette, 20th ) by handing him the amount to be

Ja the choice was effected. There is a rumor thatMr. : ie-ride of 27 Mexican miles. The news of I inst. Per steamer Viola-Miss- Eusbee[ ; Messrs Ellis remitted, taking his receipt and forwarding the
House and Cheever.
!: took to-day, mutual explaniJM Calhoun will be chosen to-morrow, j in he brevet-rank of Major-General being con- receipt by mail, Post-paid ; cr the money may / '

?. Mr.place between Mr. Gordon, of X.nd the hope that then he may consent to serve. erred on General Taylor, meets with nni- The Circuit Court for this county, his RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.Per be enclosed in a letter: Post-Paid directed to I

!>' Houston of Alabama: in re'aB I- These votes show that the democratic party ersal satisfaction front tbe officers of the h honor Thomas Douglass presiding;, closedits I steamer Auust.l-63 bales cotton to John the publishers.

to Some personalties that lately took u is broken up in the Senate. whole army. session on yesterday. The entire business C Macley.: :c. B.-The Postage on all these Periodical '

ace between them. It is supposed that the democratic It is rumored here that Gens. Scott and of the lerm was disposed of. The Per steamer Viola-SO bales cotton to John C I "s reduced by the late Post-Office law to about
A long and violent party : :Maclay; Grand 38
B a
took to making impor-
struggle place Wool ordered :Mexico Jury were discharged] in the ; very
a is divided, in the Senate, between the Calhoun I- are to ; this intelligence early Eliisoa i Co 9 Lockhart
;P'ost' ; to &; Young. tant saving in the to mail subscribers.
Pproprittion proposition to take up the Navy men, the Benton meu, the Polk men, ; does not meet with the !same favor. first week of the session ; but few indict: In all the expense principal cities -end townt i
Bill The object of the On the ments were found and with but ? I
op- and the Cass men. Thursday, Ricardo Rangers were one exception EXPORTS. thovgho-ut the United States to which there U a
.ffwn 3v the was to delay this bill, in order to The fact that the administration expect s' nt out on a scout' after some armed t convictions were had UpOD all. I LIVERPOOL>r ship Edwin-1213 bales direct Rail-Road or Water communication from

311"av. takinsup But of the Tariff till after peedy close! of the Mexican war is It- :Mexicans, who were discovered prowling [Pensacola Gazette, 20th insl. cotton. the city of Xew-Fork, these periodicals will be
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tile motion prevailed in con- bout in the vicinity of the Andrew Jackson -- --- delivered FREE OF POSTAGE.
doubted. The rumor is that Paredes has -- -----
,:qatnce uzs.I of the defection of a few of the offered to treat.: But that rumor, which camp.) They returned without finding them, MATAMOROS. private letter, received 14iiI[ INTELLIGENCE. LEONARD, SCOTT, & Co., Publisher,

"r. McKay has come to us -in different shapes, is still but on their march they discovered, I through yesterday, by the Creole, says :-" 'rhereare June 13. 24-6m 112 Fulton St., New-York.

opposed, very vehemently, doubted.A i nformation furnished by Mexican: (a lot a thousand rumors afloat here, such as. ;
'ie appropriations for the dry docks at Pen- of swords Parades coming down at the head of 30,000( i iiT-i: APALACHICOLA.. .. ....June 30. Auction and Commission Bus
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'cola, message; from the President, transmitting t- arms pistols, etc., concealed inRanchero's
Portsmouth, aud men to give battle to that ness.
and our Arista
Philadelphia
: Mr. Walker's report on the state I of a house, about five miles from and army ; tr CLEARED. Si Co. will continue the Auction and
VUlt was that they were, rejected. These, as well as the Ampudia have been ordered to the city June 27-Schr Elizabeth Caroline Morton for STARR
dock the Finances in relation to the war, was camp. possessor, Mexico Business in Eufaula Alabama
.ere at-'Pensacola_.. is very, desirable, as received by the Senate to-day. You willof w ere- captured by them, and brought into to be tried for the loss of the New Orleans. through: the summer, and will pay strict attention

,ts Routh "of* Norfolk where 1 a course copy it from the papers. The amp. The proceeds of the booty will be battles of the 8th and 9th ult., etc. etc. T June L Mitchel.29-Ship Edwin, Pierce,for Liverpool, by to all goods consigned to their care.

n case of any iuju- distributed the Ric. is None ()which, however, I can trace to au May 23, 19J6. 23-lt
NoPii estimate that the expenses of the war will among captors. thentic .
ated, on authority, make: an additional draft the perfectly at home, and a better fellow in sonrces. ARRIVED. S .
l if dollars had beeu upon Treasuryof never went on a [iV. O. Com. Times, 20th inst. June 27-Bark John Brower, Hubbs, fin Providence DR FEUCHTWANGER'S'
pe only twenty-three millions, is founded. camp volunteering expedi to Hill, Dawson & Co.

fanft I s war, ou the Navy upon the hope and belief, that the war will l tion. AMERICAN CONSULS.Captain Hoffman, Bark Curtis, Outerbridge, fm New York. Scolicotoxicon. or Poisons for '

., md Norfolk, only a be of brief duration. 'he Secretary proposes Yesterday afternoon, Lt.Col.Vilson, of the bark IVm. Ivy, the ArcJielaus Steamer Af'nes'heaton; fm Chattahoochee Insects.
.p expended south i of> to meet most of this with five companies of the 1st Infantry, from reports Steamer Viola, Morton, tm Columbus. received brig Pioneer which will if
expense, by a Tjdmpico; arrived off the bar on the Steamer Augusta, Robertson, from Columbus. JUST per :
I Ir ., .' modification of the tariff, which is proposed.Duties Capt. Dt'sha's'Iohile Volunteers and Capt. 12th inst., with the American Consul, Mr. applied, immediately exterminate ..
.eb te ;\\Vinthrop Price's Texas Rangers Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, Fleas,
t '1.' on free articles are proposed! and accompanied by Schatzell, and several other Americans LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. Mosquitoes, &c. ..
or < vail himself of this or in addition it is recommended that the Capts. Ogden and Flint volunteer aids to I who had been ordered onboard SHIP. &c. Also Fly Paper, for the destruction of flies*
previously
ity in move that a Gen. Smith took their line of for sale by J. C. ALLEN.
President have the contingent power to up march from Matamoros by the Mexican authorities. Blanchard, Blanchard, tons, for Liverpool June 6Drugs
". nade for the venerable raise twelve and a half millions hy the issueof | for Reinoso, about 60 miles from Matarnoros. i .-[A'. O. Com: 1'irnes, 20th insl. loading-Chas Rogers &; Co.
bert Gray, who had Gen. Canales, with his 1800 BAR QtJES.
'arp. Treasury Notes, and by loan. cavalry, Medicines & Chemicals.
the Columbia Hi-: : Sarah SheafF Sands, 401 tons, Liverpool load- .
; J .' up The Senate after the ratification of the] has fallen back and is entrenched at Rein CUSTOMS AND PHRASES.-Bride's Cake. ing-J Day & Co. A NOTHER supply of fresh Drugs just received -

whose enterprise, we Treaty, will undertake the work now rendered oso. A brush may therefore be looked for -The use of this article at wedding*, originated John Brower liubbs 310 tons, for Liverpool ..tl. by Brig Republic, which makes my

..,I ; peaceful possession of necessary, of forming a Territorial between him and the command of Lt.-Col. in the old Roman custom of dividing loading-Hill, Dawson &; Co. assQrtment complete>, and of the best quality.

Government for Oregon.In Wi iso n. the cake of wheat and bailey, as a firm Curtis, Outerbidge, 249 tons, for New York, load- J. C. ALLEN.N. .

finally passed but was the House, the fifty-four forties made Some of the companies in Col.) Walton's I alliance between man and wife. ing-) aster. B. My Store will be kept open the entire

:ous>Allen> question.did 1 his a demonstration, with a view to save themselves Washington Regiment having become dis ug .a-bo.-It is properly boglebo. BogIe Leonora, Mandueil, 194 BEtCS.cons, for New York. load ly Summer.attended All to orders and correctly thankfullyreceived.prompU put

not open with their constituents to whom they gusted with a petty sort of tyranny, petitioned signifies a malevolent spirit. 'fhe English ing-Wm G Porter & Co. May 6 up.

a" oceedings of the Senate were pledged. Mr. McDowell, of Ohio, Gen. Smith (as rumored) to join I Shropshire term bugganbo, means the Alabama, Allen, 271 tons: for New York loadIng -

ocol. He was perhaps, moved a suspension of the rules, to enable l another regiment-the Jackson preferred : same; thing. If a !horse takes fright, they -\V m G Porter & Co."XTG'nCE. To the Public. S.-- .-
:ct of the
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administration
he him to offer the following resolutions- they were told that all such applications say that be spied a bugganbo. disposed of my entite- stock oft

) project on foot. Het Whereas the the must be made through their officers. A Bumper is a corruptiou of bon-pere, good .-PETER HOBART Esq., is my HAVING and Medicines to Mr. H- F. !
f people are
only
legitimate Ab.
'. till the message came i release is -L"! itj 1 authorised during absence from .
therefore agent
father my in
jje 6eaatt.:: sovereigns in this republic and are of right I the improbable. viz : the Pope, whose health was retiring from the business I take
Sickness prevails to some extent throughout drank after dinner the State of Florida. i return to the public, trienis and
arbiters of all questions relating to the annexation : : by the monks iq full HENRY G. GUYOX. my cUtomer
of foreign territory or States to the same, the volunteers, confined, however, to glasses. I my thanks for the patronage they beowed
WASIItIGTO June 11.ritaiD Apalachicola. June 30. 1846.
It is End 5, and of selling their territory, and transferring bowel complaints chiefly ; but no sign of Clod wine needs upon the establishment white undeii m7 ;
erstood that the with Great no bush.-Anciently JNO. S. }HUTCHINSON( is and I take pleasure in "successor
treaty my
recommending
American citizens with it fever. The
i '"n' be to any foreign power: : water and green corn are the bushes of NOTICE.-Mr.
tDtlt sent to the Senate, during and whereas no measure involving either can be principal Evergreens, such as ivy, cypress, agent du'me our absence from to them a worthy of their patronage, andaolictfor
&bat Week, and that it will be soon ra constitutionally: acted on by less than the whole Letters cause. &c. were used as signs at the door of honses : the State. MATHER &. BARRY. him a continuance of the Com &
not sent from the States for volunteers, where wine sold. But Jane 13. 18.t6.NOTICECHARtI. extended t
without legislative was good wine so liberally .
IIIbtr .. some discussion. A power of the government, and under should be .m.
eirrfa the Senators will wish to give their instruction, and with their consent: and which addressed- to the regiment to would soon bring a house into repute, and i iwoqld it S J. SHEPARD is my March 1 B- S HAWLY..

ie lleat1onalr 'oting in farorof aainstto whereas it is believed and understood that I the they belong, adding the Colonel's need no bush agent while I am absent: : .- .

t D0 doubt be ratified in British government, under the false pretence)fa name. If this were done, much disappointment Not fit to hold a candle to bim.-Tbis from the State of Florida. and Bope.
so claim to a portion of west of the would be presented. The Postpffice' phrase from tbe J. W. PCs Kentucky Bagging,
t England by the orA our territory arose early custom_ of can j June, 1946. 23-4t RINALDI. 10 0
first of JUtil packet Rocky mountains,denominated Oregon territory department is now attended) tp by the U. S. dies being held Rope; 3O pc Heian. .
by the domestics, and not: ; t.
l' H. LONG is our 4 t bales Bagging Twine.,for sale by
l ted to the whole of ,.which tn the of latitudedeg.10 who agent
I} Cb3DC io the Cibipet parallel Quartermasters, have of,.other things placed on the table. I NOTICE-Mr from the State. WMGPORTER & Co.

is u O yr 54 rain our title is clear and.un estion- much rpore than they can 'well} attend to II Lord aqd Lady;-are words of Saxon ori ; Mav 30 MILLER. & Co. NOT 29 4.Wter streeLS

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ffcrtrg. on-and if you have; changed your opinion ThtaI lcotirtci. I 'otitci. THE subscnUr W,

about our bargain since I seen you at I constantly have.onhand, '

Advertiser.SIXG campnieeiin.N. I Jaclisan: Circuit Court.SPil.XG N OTICK-All persons having claim* a-jainsl g ju-rtment of DRUGS andi

[For the B. I've cnnUnded! not to siivl this letter TMiM, 1S4G. John Jenkns, Lite of Franklin county, deceased PINES, wikh be wiu

ME THAT LITTLE SONG. The raer' Bin! ot Virriii.; are reii'ic.-tcd to | resent the same) du.y and ol the best
: quality j'
alter all. *o yon can; jKt answer it, or not ;it b\ law,
authonticated, uithm the lime prescribed Alcrchants and
-'. rt.v Planter
TOI Cuint>
all, as it pleases! yon. N7o more at prisim.PCI.PIT in bar mit l their reco- will
be their
wilt to advantage
this notice plead to call
Oh. fins me that little song, *, V In Chancery. or examine and '*
F. MeG.
"ml eUlear tricL
very, and all : i.ideWed to Goods, before purchasing eljk-\\h
Once azain Thorns M. Wl.ite; Adm'r, Ac Ir's -re. 4
once .
Hojenc1' t. al. Dffe.ddiit' requested to make immediate payment.J N. 1 II. Physician's prescriptiuns
floats like th breeze aloes- ELOQCRSCE. the pulpit ( J Ad.n'r.Apalachicola the rf rUf n
It ELLl.SO.N, curs Dupcp or Indigestion, Hi! and
pe-ring; tthe Court by affidavit, tint FOIl care accuracy at any hour of thed
i in the !lire of orrMiieni. -
Gentle! its strain ; se. :i. not : IT J iNOTICE i-2ui am! nervous Headache, Cor.slipa ion,
R-ib-rt Wv Wilha-ns: <>na of'the t defondjnts, J. C. ALL
but in the holy ministry nf comfort Diarral.cca, Hour, Khenm.itS, Gravel, Flatu-
Comet it soothingly: March 21 Crr. Centre
as resides beyond the hitmiviof the Stat of Florida, Six we ks aMor date, I will aPPlY and
or the solemn exposition of Prnvicleiifp, trncv, & l'or ic % ltl4dt "( r.-f.iil: hv
Over mine ear, and to wif, in/ the State of Virginia.; It i thcnt'ieordered 4 Jtiil!. f o! lVi.b.ileol Franklin Coimu' Nov 5 J. C ALLKX. % llalsam of

A* the sweet mirtre1y! ilnnipin; the hardened broxv of cnilt. tha' slid d-jfendint ;:pie.ir: and answer I the for letters of mbuinistrati'.n i upon the estate c,{ ____ : _! REMEDY most perit-ct w said wi

Of Heaven's fphreOh exhorting from the heart a testimony of its *-.id complainant's bill I of cotitl tiitt. vit hun f'.ur Joseph C. l urdsdlllitenf I *aid! co-j
own corruption* What subject can he ranhje. m-v.iths trim 1 thed ite of t ie LiNt plication of Said JId-*, liavmj; ordered, that additional! ; EJtbcbs SH! Copavia. Complaint, cr any of their incipient L1

sing me that little son; ) of moie sublime eSfect. tian I the relieion i- t tin's ord-r, ntr.er.visithe I sild cota.d.u trtt's bill I Icon'l bond be Uiven b> the Adiiiinistrati: r, b\ the 1'' i.! Stands unrivalled for its on the ChriMin-Tliernial Astern, bv \KM

Do NOT RErrsr.! which ;prrachfs libTty to the captive, M' tint s'vll! be t.ik.n asu'mst the sa'd July next, in default tiu-rein, I.is letters will bo I__: ttiP cfT.ca.-y ; it peifinns a cure Doctor TAYLOR'S rrl.-brated! rtcdicj

My dark soul! it thrills! urea, n1 consolation!! to the distressed-that promises Robert Ur. William* us and fir conf.rd, ace. rdji'C evoked. ,L )" in -' fev d.i't-nc, confine- Genuine BALSAM or LIVERWORT %

Healing its bruise ; life j in (dt-ith and raising: the eye of In t the! f; rn; of t the St.itufe I in su"h! case made THOMAS GRMAN. ,* / -b., ,; u\ merit or restriction in diet, nan at 575 KOWEU Thi plan! c

Eenewic; the fondest liopca hrtpe. to heaven, dispenses! the iite.ssar.e of and pr'\ ided. It i* fnrtner oiu.Te.l, That a copy Apalicblceh: Jar.cG, 131C 23-5t ,;_;.I;, : \ i- ne"esa.TV. It will be now esprused by several eminent
of t.i! ordor b > pnl-llslvd n SOITIC ne 'iptriiti'd .t 4t4---MP' ri Hiivjliihlebeini! ;ai'd h'js been (tor a long time |
flue
) : |
prtjj'fl
.ie\\
and
E'et it can know ; mlvatinn to condition to everyrlitne after d-ite
months.Djted ; I will
every n'ld 'k 1 for f"i'r \T0riC151xei'k apply
: p-iMih.'d mice a we t t prcd \\ilh t t-p! trreatestg nnparalleltd! success which has attend/d
p
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6:*!* ir-li! : giii-hlns notes ? \Vith how moving an appeal does this; eiltt d.w of M -v, \. 11 l' tr>. J.N lo the Judie of IWnafe; for Frnklin coiritylor i' {| iP' '1' are. well Ta\lor's ir.rdicme in
\ upin pertormirg
Forth let it flow. jt plead the cause nf helpless infcint- or 'FIli i DOUfiL Jiidw. Irttfrs nf admi I listr.i'ir.n upon t the rsl.ite 01 feX; CvJT I 1F ls'rd ;-rinee-, f uMcled which in many, v ry uI'ures w

Kor tim nor vicissitude destitute old aae, searching the bosom for A true extract fmrn the inir.ntes of the Court.NATHAX Sarn-.ii1! Simpson! ble of said county, dec'M' -'das VLliH"'W /'$'' '111)1)11 hdt rnir'ai.t: ) law, b.en .dmopt inert tlihk, but the many coy eIn1 cai'., ,
CleiU. .ud JiiiJ h.is tciti-cl default in the I hte IATC
strinc that be t touched to WATSON, > : ; the Doctor
ei-rry ran pity &jfy& Mff firf .d.lisbed! bv the cclV1 !- can bring |rward are
TIUT can eff4C- C. II. OtTTovlC.iuel: -and tutor to Slid e-tate, and revs-ked !his ii'.ivers to -ict. img'stitlv *
from advise all who '
and hrinsinj; ; the 'iii of >ympithy: chnf'-d Dr. .rdyce, viz: \ may have Cm-uEq *
Memory( cannot elude ; the nufeeJitic! heart, like water from the rock Solicitor for Com.'l't.. THOMAS OHM AN.A Jj ?pS"** < I jt-a* a ronibinatiotinf irnilsr cold* e\en, to use this perfm Mrifir; tivt-V: ) 2tm alif hicrlsi :Mn1L[ I IS 1-3 -) fi-.v
is its ; )
ra'
lfep trace- i _
: tii Franklin
5i; llie wilderness.Veardale rt-mc'dics would! pr--dic a re certain, delay. says a small! Kbicship.

You sun; it \vh*n first we met-- 'aktJii Ciifr !if Cotirt.I 'TO ."ICE-'- ix tnonthrt rif.-r; date, I vmhl :i>u.v1"X | ue.-d' anti consxlenblocf< than any eyuiva- ." Therefore, cure ynir cc j"

MVwere CAY then- A \ doe.ior was l.itely sinincnil, I N Ct1ANCER. t' She Hon. I'robite Curt of Fiaadin lent d'ie of a- y sin.'le one.* In many cax n |h- your lungs are past cure. For sale by "

Tears Of sorrow s'rce we've wept ; to a cottage at H-ir-.vnnd. 'l'masae.; near; Mary Ann R. iun, J cuinty, tVr n final di- haiire from the ir.iini-lra- d'as is'.Mii-el-! jTcvc-iitt-d by Its trii&-ly application. J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent(bf

Sins it agiin 1J irlinuion, England; ;i nil found n boy patient : v< V Gill; fr Divnrca.J. tioi: of I the estate of Awry; Uo c>i dtvpis 'dH" t Furslel'\-: Pa'aflii'
I in need of I liis servicTS. .>hn Rone ) T. C.ARutt'itr.{ Nrt f. :j C. .U.T.FV. r -" v' t. &I- CALIIOoi-The genuine Doctor Tin*

Ch, phv rn that simple air; *. [I\\hihjt: your i I()nii ta." said the dot-tor. Ta-'pein-is iVo t the -. dn-it ff the S1'ifr'r! rix.J.: nI4Isoc.rrTlt.: fiAi.. 4M or LIVERWORT, has on) the bcftplendid

Sins; th* sweet ?ons; The lad; siir: ;pd! lil.ei ga .' vi
Iicies: it th grief and care 44 R.'ui n, rr medical
the! .
jiood -
.My ( hoy, repealed \i' -Afi.-r >inioniliV ui'ti"ati n c-f
} vile a-'ddjii-rcrc'in!
I hive known l 1fl : Fi-Tld i. It t if'1 r Jrd t'i! ; t puhlicvtion l b' usfldc | imitation, and the re!
man.: ;IMII out your IoFZme. 1. \ t'iH notice*, hall iip-Iy to the Jndie o! eautioni-d, not to tirrl
1 in llieCoTn-T.cri'iTl Adwrfi' ei >n't'k !for I fie \ >;)sp or deal mil
It wak .* th: <* bright dreams of youth "Tnlk I Hin-rlUh.I d.,ci ot-." sni-.I: :h? math .;-nro I o1'fo-ir Pintit'-H, c.f the i siilnti; I !i .n of) I tin's rrob.ite, f r Fr-i'iHi'i cmiMiy, t" !he? di 'inr: dfiotn trr.tpefpul| bv tire U. S Copy RIght Laws.'

Long hnri'd laki ; or, ,HM, | then turiiiiic tt> her sou: she iiripd <1!it. ri-;'"-i i.. him I apnn.ir ar.d nni'r t In :le; t fij! ni'.iniuis'r.ili'Vi! ; of t lie e<;Ute of Oliver M.srcn2l, 1811. 12- Iv
It telU of l'-vi aii truthTHE : ; C. Riyrnf'idlatii: of said con-ify, ilt '..ioi1IEN F1 11 RI
TUV and vu'er ,
Hempen vcj'rr coLlet t turn) out aid billo'i or !b.-"or th.fi: t C'MV ot;t 0"tobcri.f-t, r'c Tar rant's ElFtrvlit
t. NOfl-E;
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SL? ir F' lollili-r!" ):. the s im. c:: h t "n t- c-I1L's-et; :: I- SeHz-
Mir'2! ISM.! Ad-n'r d? bonh nan.iT011 41 PeFielit.I .
EMIGIIANT'S LAMEXT.BYTHKHOV The lad rolled nut h his tongue in a min }\\\T.\ a'id <'K-i liutli.'T; or.ler iri.ide, in the ;ttics :.\ RE.NK\VKI, ar.i

ute. at t the!t Court u.nvetn piour.A ; C -i'c mor.ths! at'hr fhte \viil ripply! : ail healthful toe dihi..n! '>t ,

SIRS. B'-ACKWOCn. ( Copv-To t.V.'M. i to t th,. 1 Prolula I Court (-.t t Fr.ir.klin ro'i-ilv", -iv the site mit. Tl 'NT'S

I'm pitting ot the ?iil<*. Miry, SMILES or PnovtnNcE--Ve have :all VALLEAU, Clprt.MaylC.lSlu. for a (itir l ii! *-har -* lrri the :idi.i'ii' tratif-n; aiul AFF.Uh CNI'. FFtItVEs&'EUI'ZIR

\Vhr.* ne sit p.'ie %by Mile, heard of I the .smiles of Providem-e. I was ; 3. 2 )ilmAT o'lirp ii|' <>\rntor cf the estate of David Kicli1'Vh -'U&ti1& &l .i..i .- 'a t '& % J1.un' This
j 1- !
O.i hris'it My in rnin5 1 b n fl5Vhn much phased with Uucle Jim's idea on a-tl Piles.PHYSICIAN'S ; reparation ; univprs.illy aow!
\ nr.t you were mv bride clArln,1'IA1ctc! : : : d Cli'-ni-ts have Ion- been he trust: popn| >r lemfdy rl I llic'r di,,
til.:it subject.Jood E. B. ViII12I.T! !. io !:
j-p-hVin; frf'4!i nml rhe t rtvi-ritii.n arid cure of tndigtji;
Til corn! w s ? green, k-'raL2t ,
Cn : CDtty.
'. ( '* Cie2i Ql!l lc.1.! ; < ". iSi v r a ii.edicme I hat would
Uncle Jim. .rnStale
Ail 1 ih" l-irk sail? Imid and high, morning. in.! Livi-r Cr fit>laints.Vtri.n !h *' 1bzki.h Nati, ) -,- -a- ---- fire one of l I Ihc; mo&I t ii'ileioriif itis.ast..i, |htPiles. -
Ani the red was 01 yoir; Mary, (;wood inn rim itiz.; Petition foreclose | fetrl. ur*,, habitual Convene*,Jit
And th.* love-lis'-Jt in vs. 5 to mortitlioy Sucre s !has; ;,t la-t liet-i the rcj-nlt. lrJAO'tsov'tJ
y.ur eye. 44 Well, < Tax Collector's Travelli and residents in cliuia
you've rot daughter married warm !
your > R. Ford a'd l g.iiv.F.liiaheth 1'ii.n llMSSOCATioN: rot or.ly stop jT

Tli" T fje* i is littl" ch inr-d, Mary, off have you J" i A.;"For.. JT"V7ilUEAS PUHLIC Nu FIE is luMivivti tin ii! MX all [lilotdi-ijr, :dl I t>s pain ama I r.iliminsiii. P, sibcl'iesthal "rul it a dfsir.ibltarticle : if prevn.tanj _
: .ifter d tIe I will |t'i sd-r rnublion of bile, i- 1)OttiblC; and the
ovio is ihn Yes. ;
Thd v bright as !: a petition has been Ilii* tiny filed intolcc.ildeiti'hii-ir! i i: lit: t eiK-dtj s illv cmmr.I -, ntt4

Th Urn'- loud s-on-4 i# in mv ear, 4llveally Providence smiled upon yon." Vin the; Clerk's tCP of I he. Circuit Court' efFrtnklin o'ifcry! op-iosi'e 1 the! Cmsrt I HMIJdor, I like i a chirm! ami i in a very *!iert t lime, ;> -r>"nvhose f ireparafinn is insiiil\| c .nver.ier.t. CL4&
Awl ih" corn i* sreeii! asun. in tIe' Citv c.f Apsl.jciicnia: of Frriklm, ave freti'rent: rccasion for penile ard
SlhIif'l! .-no. bless she snickered Co'i.ity, to fore-'l l i-.e tiort: :uoof l ceilain I } cou-ity lives have b-'en rend-Ti-d miserable for tm.urative.s .-
But I nii-* th* soft cl.i--i| ef your hand. you hi uehold furniture made l cxectited Decalur ; 4ic! following Lot--, l\i t 1-4: .iitd b-in in iid City, \ !> ; *he\ will take I thi.iVr.'nte .--* arerielt mn
an 1:1: -
7-i1./Lt out! For s.tle J C ALLKX
And yo-ir breath wjim on my cheek, : G tlie 'JSMi d li ol Anu r ai rtie property of the f.-ln\ii!I |'ei'mis.: for %ear> by tO any c-I her. Srld w Men: ,\\e and ref !
'
ori; on
for the words coirily iy .Sole for
Apalachicola.
Anl I ttill$ keep li-iViing Taxes di* said State fur Agent Nov 5.? J. C. ALLEN
llie DnnaliUf'&cT"
:
*'P.i. do the IbJo, as ,
You never more may speak.Tia tailors have committees: in l> J-i ; arid it api.eirs'ii:: : ; !tt the satisfaction ot! tLCouit !) year per March 2S. IS 16. lu'-4m -

I the Common Council i ?'' 1, by the aUhi evil ol h lite pitttioner I I that I th'* pi !!) "f CitV. D1-iis, Met1ititis,

but a 5tcp down yond-'rlane, 44 No my love." il>!;Vnd: i-its Sid'iey R For.S arid Klizibi A. Fold : Du-r. t lGE avd Iresh >upplernes > 1.1
tanh.
Th"And clrjrch thlinle where! cYirch we! were wed near, Mary- ; 44 I'm sure they ought, for the butchers reK: l> -v-jiicl t t1 e limits <.f I tiie Si.te of Florida : .? M CLIiph..1h, : ) j, Lii &c consisting in part ot thm'L

I s.'e the spire from Inc. have one." I It i M orilered t hat said d'tndt'tts do appeir; a'-.d 0 and 1JI : Cdlhoun &, KU'm. 1 ti'J; inn articles :-? > doz Cdtc Oil, jN. pt?, r<

But the gr.ivey.ird lies between, Mary, 4> Nol that I: am aware nf." file: I Ilii-ir r hjtion! <8, j if t I Iliey! have any, within I 13 I 111m XCAIiPA'S if-! ; ') b\s I Houck's Panacea ; lu b4 Oltue C CLI

A'iJ my step might break your rest, 44 O I read 41 1 iys before I the. lit day ol I the etisinnj( ; I hl!1 t -rnof : | 7 and 12 Mathers or 2 ACOUSTIC OIL! f-g Itisi mrs S.dts ; II) bhI Itt
it in the It
For I've laid yo-i, dining, down to sleep. yes pa. paper. tfn* Court' otherwise ud petition .shill; I 1 betaken 4 1 IN Me-iciam! I 40C'2 ( THE Will CURE FOB t Hum Opium ; :20 Lbs Sulphate Qiuriiv.c 20

With your baby on your breast. is cnllMl t the joint t commilten.IVatinna I pro conte-ii; provided I tli-'st! due publicatioi 1 J H. N. Mori-i.-s DEAFNESS London M'Mard ; Herbs of all kinds;, 20Nutmeg

-- -- of this nriior be made in the CoTiinercial
-* lbxs Starch 20
I'm very lonely now, Mary, IflhIDItalIt Work. Advertiser of Apilarlncoli, once a week for two G and 1 '.Jacob Harvey, 1 00 and the 10 ktPearlh; t 2 ;. ss Seulletz bLenunSjr and'i
For the poor ni ike no new friends; ( J1 )I cic-: .i u .Aif *-, I'.u i ; gr :
But, oh they love the! better still THE STATESMAN'S' morithj, succcssivtlv." (A C.iTy-i'&te.) I _.l__' tli-chi.rzes c-f matter Irom the Firs A5s% Powders ; 20( Ibs English Calomel ; 20 dcaj

The few our Fathr sends. MANUAL, \VM. VALLEAU, Cl?,k. JOHN LUCAS:;, Sheriff, all tho.se ilisi reeaoie n 'ires like the buzzing c-l Turpentine; and a general asorlra-nt of ab

And you were all I hid, Mary, A NEW AND EX'.ARGEI! EDITION OF PUESID-XTs' April IS. !jc: 10. l'5--' m and px-0tficio Slate: TaN Collector.ApabeJii.t.il insects, falling ''t l water, whi//itu of lea'l, ice.fee. rles in the Drn.t line, for Country Me -

My"biffin? and my pride ; MESSAGES, WITH A .:Vl' cil.lnlIi.: 31A11('!( 1'5' I'sl'j. : Jan. 21 1, I IS 10.; -'; ., which are symptom-; of at-roaeliiti deaf- Planters and PhxMfians. For sale by

There's Since nothing my!poor: left Mary to care dif d.for now, HISTORY 0? EACH ADMINISTATIOX, &c. FitiIit Circuit Court. State Tax Collet-tor's Salt1.T1Y ue-.s, and also -reii.T.dly attendant with the disrisc. March 1 H. F. Ai3ELL

In Two CI1ANCEUV.lphonc rlIfly who have b-en tleat for ten.
Ilan'lsumc I'o/itmrs, S z'o. of oz'u- IN virtue of the povvt.-r vested( in me by !law, persons Blank Hooks and Stationer!

Yours was the frond, brave heart, Mary, Seem Hitn-Iretl Pug's Ear!,. \ Louhalvi. JL) I shall exu.ise: fur sa1 Vs before the Court fitie0, and! twenty years, and were obliged \< KDGEUS: ; Journals, Day b\-ks, tc.V .
That still kept hoping on, have, after iHirc one or two
us? ear trumpets
in God had left soul IN HAXMOME! MUSLIN BINDING. Housr-: door in I he county of I Ciihoun, on tie! fir>tMondty ) reams FooNcap and Letter Paper;
When the trust my GeorV.! Hirrison arid Mata.: b .1 1 Ic'I I thrown aL; tiieir trumpets, hi rig made
And arm's : t-irriutli was gone. in Novemlx-r! next, the following property Cotton Memorandum H'sok't ;
my young PRICE FIVE Ivinna I H.irriA his wife prrtVcfly well Physicians ama! tv.rseoiM liig.Mivcor >
DOLLAKS. rot i n, ,
There was comfort ever on your lip, or so mur.h thereof as will pay t the State Ship and River Hills Lading ;
mended its For sale bv
I Pavid and I Harriet !1'. us
G.
And the kind look on brow Rvu'V: tix due the I I.ir t'ie 1 1-: The S
your ; on tine jear: ):- i;')oklor Letter Press.
I blf s you, M try, for tint same. THE TIlE ATDt ESES AXn MESSAGES OF Ild'icy, his wife; Joseph lluds \\- i section .'>"J, to-.vnshi|) .'), ranze 1, j lining the J C ALLEN, St-le Asent JJUnk Kills ot Exchanand Checks,
IMSESIDEXTS
OF THIS U. S.I.VAUGURAL March! 2? 1,1-hn fr Apih<-hu-cla.
bar me now.I s- Aiexarid-r MeAlpin 1 and
Though you cannot town of [ola Oil I the \vt-st, a-ul the .Apila i hicoU Jtist leceivi-d and tbr sale bv
ANNUAL AND SPECIAL, 0z4L n lLI2.zcrtv, A-si..ae s of Rill to foreclose River t the easf pururirti to belorii 1 H. V "ll
snv.'e on mig ; ; to cti ; : March I F. ABEL
think y ni for the patient nt bre-il: From I78D to ISitt.an Livi-rtv, C'ilir & Co. ; James mortjii Snell. AloV J, S E J s -lion 1 5. t.nvn-hip! 1 : ::_ -I, -'lixri'jer rcdinp-.i-
he-tri in ,
i
Waen ; w.ts rEET is now in
When the your him-r-eniri was gnawing thrc, iv-;,.', Ori. hmfMcr.rjir of each of (lie J're1ie'lP.S J'gar i'itt .1 lia \ I 1a' t h irn. i.e on let"Xos. rarv'-S, N aidV ; NJ!: Js Action 2'J, to\vo-in.! :> 1.MIISTP 1. ; : 10 trunufa'-turp new, cr repair! olil.! PAINTS AND OtL-5'' L- Nn t
c'lii, itnli'u I lh" jirsn of l>')iiartDav J1 arid 1 Lead ; 2'J.;) sails: Wnter L'trnp Oi ? ':
Is '
And yo-i hid it 14w my sake ; an i a History of t'l'-ir.lltiiinivtra-' S. and Uf ; fr-irtional STIJSHI i 2 1. d'tfo 7 1 t 1'tursitsir \vth despatch
I hl"S3 you for the '>!{*a.-ait wonVii.n tiou; aha a sel'rcilon of !1ipflialt &. hl.r.vtra-! ; i.vvmdI :1!! ( 1-2 in binek .'} 5, ditto 'J"), iirportiii4! to h'>lii>><; to Tlicrnas! M.J5ij l. and licits I the, ; : |-roiiptnpsa'id:of his old t.itis-c d! Oil ; 1)0 bxs assortedGlas* ; 5iJtJlls]:

\ yo'ir hart w.is $:vl aid> ; Dvcunenti an-1 Statistical Information. ) i.l S. KeiiMcdy, llorv; LiEl in t Hie -b, jiiiniiii; the lands of Mrs Fhumaa'iJ t the mIz!; ) cn-fornrrs, ti'id hopes patronage hy strict attention(pa\-loordvrs fy ; Vr uirt.d Paint Hm he-* ; Black Ij

Oh'- I'm tluiikful lint y.,<> are cone, Mary, .t-.T-ty. J.unes :S. lniiid.-- Mid city cf Aialachicola.; Ap' lachicoliliv; { T. Alv', -I l'iHTf) > l id l imntort-( Spanish Brow, Yellow Ocbre, Green Fad.rceibei .

Where grief caa't redC'a you more I Itim-ion 1 : ( M'iriMyruri-iitiiti-' i ;.. i i-.ir t to belong to James I Hudson I j-iinini j JaiicNail's : < to gain s: ue new onePETER HOP.ARTT and JV.-r sale by
COMPILED FU. T.I OFMOIM. S)L'RCES, I the firsn! of! (iraiideii s't Murray i March 1 H. F. AlL
I'm bid lin? yon a l li,ns? farewell, HV novixVII.LI.H at.d ; land and Vie Annma, No. nothmvi.Al !$ .*- S1ir,;> in I third sfnrv of Urick Buui lttiire'r- -

\l4ry-iIld and true Cj'iinhy' -- Draper S'iacres' l.mnd, ,,1Iflirirtiiig t''h.'lting t > ]P. Mrinii'lc 7C 7- ncr Chestnut and Water >ts. Nov S. S p i-i i g (;(a 0 ds.

But I'll not f.irei y.u, dalluig, ArTII-R OF THE \K\V-VOKK: A\MAL REoi Tn't.Vc. CM'1-.tiMiiir I the finn ofCrrn j'.1'ijIi-. Sirali X'JI's( ari> t !h Arunt>it, LIST arrived

In the lanJ I'm ourto.. E-nbttliricJ icU'i! Portrait of the PrrsMtnls !>\ &. Uraj't-r ; \Vil- No.; ni'f known., A NO, th' 1 inch!, p-iruirrj j ; t tb'lotr <> .. ., J j er bru Metm.-ra-
.TBOTI Picb I'arIl'rInv4EvIulish and Acer
Tny .siv h-re's bread aid won for all, and the Seal 6W's soi and! (;l-de, vi-ible Atr.il.rl} ieola Fyi.l Ui !
or of *irms of the : to IV : 'uiuarv! I hi ;_' : t'Jll.KIR' ; New .
there.! & ; n 1 'trvu..rTur Gi'gt.aas,
An 1 the n'li s-'ii-i-s .dw.iys swcra.1 R1a1e.cmx partners of the firm \ViNon, i in I th.* of Cal'ioiri b u ;*! d cist bv the '
cnntv >
( )N 1 ::1 t' 1tis! titj- L Lache- '
e:1r ti's
But Ill ii.t f. r4et my M res-i-s,
Aiala"lirola: : lliver, 5 id: west by Oi-1) Hiv *
; r
'ifi-l. tI rb'I'iw
fait. i. \1)dI :, 1V' '-
Lad'es
W *re it lilly tini s as Fa'iry Dres-'t-s, in >dtfirn10und ,
I aiipearn to the *:.itislicti: of ti"! Curf, *
r :\Ts.
I known as iird'Is! nd, sr.d prut t of r rb '- I'ur- I t 'die I City 1 Intel n'l Centre stn- f.Hivi .--- "
And often in! tline sr.md old woods 1- The Secio! S or Adlressoa, and Ie'r ircsnf ( hat I the a'') >vo naiiK-d d.-l.lilJj( it do not r.-'id.' cluas'. ISAAC J U'KSUX, S.'ierilK!' I"---.'-. I ; :ierior; w fkififo, I.L is confid'nt !- .l in..12-4 le. JMu-tHiito Lace IVettingan

I'll MI and *suIt! my eye thi! Presi.lc-nti .f the United States, from \Vasli- wilhn 'ttie.> Stale of l-'l-tidi.l butvitii! n the a'd! ?x-ofH.-io Tax Collector, CJI.M-I!! fn.M.iv I hat! ..dlr I '.o m-y p.ifr.ru/.e him v. ill t ti] d 7) t-.Iaid and white corded do d
> *
liin will travel tnct! ann IT it'Hl to Pi l' IT-nled fates; ; It is tic-rf! -f..r-* ordered, ll.at: publi.'v pe
1 -
AI nv { ,}f'; 1-> ir;. t 1 c ,
; .
'
[ l hi :
I t'u-y h.i\ railed i .t' | u. l.t t -5iop. l-'rencb C:<\\1 1SKIH t L.leIr: c\ Sun Shades and Parasols!
T" I l-'nc.* wire! '1 try b *sA.lJ 2. A M.n', nr Hiogriihii'al Sketch of each i.'; b' in.-d.! in t the Curn'u: r -ial Advcrtis-r, ____ ,
rtjul! :M i pi'--* IJiK'l-s, r -tu-es, mnde to ortlti-, I\n-b I IVCTV and Fans
I'll l.ll'ik! I see I If ilt'le stile Prisitl-it! preceding his M.-SSI C? cvir? :a week, h I'T I he s:>r.rv iit f f.Vjr rno itli-, of Iiiin'titutiiin ClhtllLl } Pap r ,
W.ire wsit fiJe by j-i-l *. of ;ilu- 1 tt-'t fi-hi"i! ai'd' im-si ;-p 'nt' 'd st';.Ic. i-i-T'iricl ? luslins. Bulzarii-fS and cther j jLu'ies
} AT ace i-rit of 'he Inin.. 'irafi T of cm! of siidU'i, re-pin! itr I them to appenI T\X CULL -C; i'3J' SALE
Anl I ill ivi-iui: ; COM.iud! iie! bright May I All i I memini!i j, c dwUh! ; r'.e-.tr- amid j.r'imptit'.iil I;,', I!,;. t, r pnint Ires'ie..
Pre in Sj1'iz.r >-
\V'aii fast w.re bnJ.:?! [iuc.ru.cti \ -itt terms that t fail In be *
joa my I a on ; : c-tuM.! re- Kid Walking Sh'K1', fl'i-kins andC
(if hl< ;i 'ni'ii I ..tr:.1 iivi_ n'i1 i.l" f'm' i r.,, i fircl'ie I !, '.'X liration i rf I tint I time. > r su'd lull o>'\t, 1( I l4ti! ) at I the C uit-hou edo : *
____ ____._ >
n WSflflflrtaw afO1.t cit ': .is in k.'eii-i'4; v* itli I If.e ci iripctition in Do bl.'ck and colored K Supper v4 \
ti.ris of will I I he taken: :as m c C'rsZr4 at oi'-h -je-sJi.n dnri'i; the pe- :i iiiis .r, ut l 'i.IcIc.-i! IJluir, i i'i Wj'.iiiiiirl.'in v con if\! ,
the rlosi'iie.s- the
Ir.i'le.Hid of i I tvmn-s.
j.-j rinetl.CtZbEirII Li.i
>. riid. These <' etihps I'-R'nvitix 1 I the M-s i eSir. --, furl!her orcl-r irivon m tha premises as to the \\itliin the uud hours of sale, the! iV.llo'.ving ;.r.>- Open-work and
I IT :; ;r
.
j.i : Straw !! ) nett.s
., of, uicli! Preside it, :i i.l, \vitl! the Me i/fs, Court irnv* s? -m meet. pertv, In wit : ,
,f.irni; i co-iriividifim .litic.il l i ( \ Copy i* '.\ liu idn-d and l A Car*!. Plii-i, >tri;>ed and figured Swiss and Ifsjlj.i.
% N.- ;neat i indi'ccl( is I lie task :isto a P I History of the p.nir ('i.d ty ncrcs nt{ I bridiz\ i ii .
.- U'lit.d Sl.it.-s, f ,|- th<> I h.t, fifiy-scven ve4r.1 \V-I.U\M VALLEAU, Clerk. i iu I H'llm.-'s t V'alL'V, k-vii-d on a< I the pmirty i itt :i tndersi o l I hiving; {..urcliatl! fn>m Mr.
5ignrJ WOIMIII: ; who CMII t-leviti* its eljjtiity : -1 1. DiTlin.ti.ei of I IticL-pcridt'iice.; I'! .rti Ic h-i-i.; 1-n t the estate of J.ic-l> A. l ltI.cvili, anti: lo lie Sold TMF.i? S. I H.iwL'his entire *tock of Drius, Ufsui rranv oilier articles which the nls

1 Nt to in ike laws, nut to le.rl nnuies, i 5. Artiflosof Conft'dcratioiiO ; Oils ( JinAVare, Sho' Furnitmv infe"d.s I"l1\ very low.MirchC'S .
i'i iitlLiii fur I t'ie taxed I iuiI I the \cur I IM-J. Medicim-s P.tS "
not to govern cuijiires ; but lu 1'urui those by Constitution of the United States, with I nt\\'ia\:: : C1ttj1 C art. AN'., o-ie Jni id red and sixty acres of land, Iv- 'i.v will c.citinth' the b.isin.' at IWiofrKftle F KOPM-ll
; COL-NIT .
FLORDA.vs.
wlmni laws are mnle: armies led, a mid rn-: X iles rid Re.'V-renci-s. ieiIjtuii: ti .l. ( i-i hiti, ) fhu i 'in I Hiokroy I Hill I, levied on as Me pnpeity i.t i anil R--liil, nt the E'Iltaitl corner of Wafer Paints Oils Glass.HII5SON .

pires go'ermIe1I! ; to ginrcl a. .iinsi tin* .slight 7. A briif historv of thr events and cirrnmsfance > !Fc reclusure of IJIac'k-t.me, and: to b? s
est taint of bodily infirmity ihc frail yet spotless whiclj! led to the Union of I Hie States and Y Smith. } Muitgige..hunes f.ut t i ie u ar 1SJ. nail! former |i ili-iHis of the est.jbli>hmep.t t I' at hi< & (CLAP,

creatuie wh ise moral no Irss than; I<>rn.itio7i of the Constitution.S. defend Al<"', l l'rtv< ;acres of land, l hinsr in Holmes'Vdlev stork is co'ird t le, errshr.tciisvtrv artic!.' u-'iallv WHOLESALK AND RETAIL IELEl)
ittt aiil l dl others heivbv ti-i
; im't Pai.ils W'
A sv-i ijsis ol the Constitutions of the T are l lvii-.ul lie kept IM Sviut; !cm Dnu t'T--:5, atd: from Oas, \'arrmchies, Turpentine,
physical l b'mn:; m i ver.il Slates. and to be S'Jd for thy laves f.ir I lic! l l't.Alii in-tils, ivce'illyiKcted, will be regularly supplied! ,
to inspire those principles In inculcate thom; t the d -lend tit 0:1: his j piN-riM! I iti tte!! steam 1)1) it year Will keep cni'tan.IIy hand! a o'd
Tallies iif Member? of the Cabinets of the lory acres' of land, I Ki-iir on Heir ('iv.-k, \\ifi I fres'i stail; ? article*. on
doctrines, to atiiiii tie I ihnse sentiments I whitlifceneratitins Alb my, Ins tliis! diy I hci fil. d in the ollice! ot! metit of Mixrn PAINTS rf AH! cnlrst1-
vjrinm: ad ni.ii-.trji'ins| Miuistris to 1'i-rein Clerk of said I levied (Mi as t Hie ,properly: ol i. S. iJryatn: and to Pvsi'i! ins, PI fitf-rs, Country Mercha-.fs and
unborn l I Ihc Court, nnJ 1 i that menl will
: yet au< nations yet ii nci- Coi: et tri.>s nd other 1 i principd I public otTi'e-! jr.d be soil f-ir I he year 1M. others will fnd it to t their interes* Ic call and -xanii.ic H'-ats, Shipping and Plantation ;$

vili/A'd shall: learn to ble >; In soften ftrniiifss 1'J' Chio'i-'lM.'ical| Table of Political Events in be pravtdtor at the next I fall er'us of sod (O iiurt. Also, me Icnidred; and! sixty acres nf land, lv- : !iis'"c' :and prices All ordeis will be a variety articles in the paiutIngLD.t': '

into marcy muil! chasten: li.inor into reliuenient the United Slates A. C.; SKM.MES, in-j: i i'i H"lmes" Valley, levied on as I the property promntlv!I: atleod.\l to in person bvMirrli mer.uuIs) mention.Hou'e .
June 11 I I 1SG! 21-1-n,
Atf'v I'.r IVrli-'ner. "
; to ex:ill eniro-ity into virtie ; by :i I 11.I Stiiistic.il Tahles of Revcruio, Commerce of I Henry \hn-ns, and to be sold l br the taxes for I Isir. H. F. ABELL. Sign, amid Steam float Pii&

soothing care to allay I the anguish of t hit* :.i-id P.iDiil: I tti I ii.I Frtztk2ii Cotty. the vear ISM filr/.iinr, done with neatness and des

holy aa.l: the far worse aii nisli! of the miml ; 12.! A rorn;>l.te Ind.-v, or Analytical Table ol Fni ; r DI-riiiu? t r Ju. iici's* COURT. JUNT; ) W. COOK, SlirrifT, G
by her leutleraess to disarm p.isbinn ; by IIT Contents to t the wh!i<>li> work. A. G. Sonnm-s, ) and ', -uf:1icit: State Tux Cc-llecli r. this d I iv nvived ocr sehr Helen! from New 22 Water streetApal3C

to triumph ovei sens; ; I to cheer t thu vs; V .1tachtnemut.B. March 2 1 1" K>. iGmSttstc :; Oi leans a'id olFer for s ute Jan. in, IS-15.
purity TO AmlucANClTIZFX. Aaron Mnvin.! ) '-'() ) galls !.i'ued Oil; 209 lbs Putty;

scholar sin'iini: under his toil ; to console The pu'ilis'ier of ( he :t v. X \ rio WORK, 'T''HK I I d L-l;. ila'it is notified nf the tilutioi: of Tax CoSJcctor's Sufc.FIKSI' KH( R.-iined Sperm Oil ; Iron, Nails, Ac.I .
the states-nan f-tr the ingr.iiitii'le of a mistaken ;i-i a no'Jiri-u its eom-d.-lio'i t.ikes I tie; 5j: bos CItsa.ntetI .sizes sib--cnbei: have on hand and '
npiorI'lutv ; lilt! f >re.jHi-4! ei; !I !>y allafhsnirnt I returiia!>!e MONDAY) IN UECKMHEK: ; : IsJ.l.Y ; T
people! ; to be co'iipeiiNiUioti: ; lor fneinls I' I Instil i ,., hit I the s lie of I the sitne tins hoen to the April terui of sa'ul ( tiuuit. virtue of I Ihe power vc-li-d i in me by I Jiw, Ishnll 2'? d 17.es! Fancy Toilet Soap ; wholesale anti retail, l'-w for CaS'' '.

that; arc perliJious, fur li.ippiness I that Ins ( ')tI'nil ted I to his :i<;eiils I thron ho>ii the Union, A. G. SKMMEMirrh -?. I__) : I 1 xpnp 1 for -! >Ie b fort* t the C .iul t 1 HCUSC 1-)0) I Ihs Frern-itt? Starch ; 20" tcris assorted Iron ; r>O kegs a-ssnted-*

pasPcl! ntv.iy. Such is lier vocation. Tli vho! are ant.'iorispd lo ;s-ure &mih'.crih'rthat 1<5, IS I'''.. I r>-in; door, I in I thctrmnof I M.triunna: ; Jack.oti! rcii'ilv, r Okt-4sX White Lead ; >') kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut,

couch of I the tortured suffc-n-r, ihc prison I thor will;! he no d ;vi.itioi I : iri in I th" tirice fiv.-d, i'. ) )1ttel.s. Florida, OM the (ii ir-if Mo-day I in I December next, 10 Paris fire i ; 10 do Chrome do; Sreet and Roller Iron,

of the ilesericd frieml. the cross of the rjecrled irru-lv, Fiv" PH.!. .RS per copy) which iitut be TYPE FOUXD15V -A\'H I 1\TKUS': FUKXllil I the fillhs I I ; propt-rtyor so much i ihiTv'cif as will 10 Chrome; Yellow ; Hollow Ware, a general assortment,,

( S.ivior-the.se an; I ihc.itres on wlneh oisilred n.isimiL! for t'vo handsome: octavovoln"iysof \ti W.UIKHUIWE.; piy I the St.ile I and County Taxes due thereon; for I KJ-) z's-'rtc'd Pant I Hiushes, & '.. f*>h2S 0 Sugar and Coldren Kettles,

o\\-r seven hn-idred na es eich.Xo -1 HR substTibers lnve the year ISJ't : Cook w\\ Parlor Stoves, Sad Irons,
r"J : NILer.
ope-ied
hive been ac-hieved. ; a new Tvpe
her ereaie>t triumphs
evuense lus bpen sp.ired; i m I the preparation 1 i h I he o 2 ) acres 2d rate bnd-N Foundry of
city New York, winrethev ] -j>urporfin 1 UST rer--ived r> UJUkvt Yellow Pine Lumber
lie fursiUen
Such is her destiny ; to visit t of t these vohi'nbs of Dnrnrnents, Historv I and Britannia and! Jappand Wares Brass A>"
t! are iv.ulv t t.inr, ,>ly orders to any extent, furlilt' (to belong to Co'im-11 & Mills.6'J 1 ;. ., assnrtf l ilities. Also, on hand! 50,00) )!
qu
the when moiiarchsabnnlon. St itisiir.s. .
to alien.1 neglected; In r n IT I ho sune w.'riiiv i lhc ttr-i- Fire Dog, Shovels and Tongs,
p kind of Job or Fancy T OP, Ink, Pa: :,erCassGtlkvs acres of o'd rate land bel.mirinz to John! fee; ? Wiiite Pi'ir' >, as when comm tielIor'i belray, whcn 'ng', not only: of Sutes'ne'i atuil l Le islntorb'U' ftra Rule, STF.F.L: COLUMN RULE Davis. will be sold low for the cas'i l hvPETER Ho. ks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump B'-

j justice! perseciiies, when brethren and disci'iks of the American public srenenllv ; who will tiiuiin Compo3n: Slicks, Chases, and every article, neeessaiy 12) acres of 3d rate land belon-rinaf to the estate HORART.No Mirlm! Spun Yarn, Manilb and

((1-e, to rein miii unshaken anti tinchanie.i this THE\STJRY OF POLITIC\i. KVOWLEDE, amass i for a Printing Ollice. Also second hand of Levin Urnwn, and adjcinin; the Uith section Lumbpr will be delivered from the Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, OalV.. ,
yard,
of informjtion indispensable to intelli- Turpentine. Sperm and Linst-td Od,
: airl exhibit in this lower world a every materials. at Ilrown's Ft-rry. after! this dite I unless paid for written order
citizen. or a *
Pump1
type of (hit hive pure con-taut, and ineff geat. The Type which are cut in imitation of the 3'2'l') acres of 2d rate land belonging to the estate from a responsible person. March 2S Pai-it.s and Brush s, Rising and
por-nei editions
of the Presidents' M Pntnus ar'tl!
Messages Kn lidt lelti-rs east l in of William Banks itfs Rnckrts,
are Moulds
new from
I'lle, which: in another world we are taught anntir
hav- been im erfect and incomplete in re- :327 tfH1H)> Cis'ix Tin and Shett IeuVare..
of land t.
nf virtue.Bljckwxt's many ly tsew: set of M itnxesith deep ciri.iter; *, acres 1st rate belonging to David Ssi.ir, tf.
believe the lest .
to sc"N, which have nn\v been remedied, 1st by a ire warranted to he uusmpnssed by any, ind will Gfrtrnan. 1U 20) do Ne-v Orleans Siiir, to arrive, March 11 ROBERTS, ALLIi'oi

[ Magazine. cirefnl corn :arisoa with! official documents, and be sold to suit the times. All I he type furnished 321)( acre* of 2d rate land belonging to Malcromb 10 ) sacks RJr Coffee ; Go do Java,

2J by diligent research, to supply the Special Sv us is liaiid! cast." The types from foundry Gilchrist.1GJ 4 casp H\son! Tea, Nails, Ac..
AN IRISH LETTER. !Messages and Addresses omitted in former, any I1 TONS Sw-d. lion assortnl'& j
com can be matched at this establishment. ( acres of 2nd rate land belonging to Henry JU( b\s Aromatic Tobacoo, ,
MARCH UK 9ih, New Oilcans, 183G.My pilations. The Index lo the whole work, of subjects Printing Presses I furnished, also Steam Engines Il.innaii. 50 a' Mcllgd (Ii). Brown's and Labbv's, zj; 100 kf 4 Nail.*,
Dzdr Mjrgery.1 commenced thi* names and dates is a new feature of this of I ho most approved Mat terns. '80 acres of 2d rate land belonging to James 20 Soerm Candles; 50 bxs brown So'ap, 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted tp

letter yesterday. If it hInt come lo hand edition, which will make it invaluable for refer- Composition Rollers <*ast for Printers. Mnntlbrt.SU lIE' bigs! Shot ; 50 kegy Powder, 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced AnviJj. .,

you imy conclude I've gom1 to Mexico. erjre- COCKROJ'T & OVEREND, acres of 2d rate land belonging to Washington 2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil, 20' Endi and Americ

Tell Hue Cane that his family is all dead To render these writing* of the American Dec. 13, IS 13. ly OS Ann-st., New-York. Mayo.\ 200 keirs White Lead. No 1, Extra and Pure. 20 Bellows*.

President* more valuable as a continued National 100 acres of 2d rate land belonging to henry For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co. 12 dozen Spades and Shovels, 4
entirely except the cow. I'd write more, History accompanied with Memoirs of Collin's Axes
they ars Osi Consignmeiit. & Dudly Peoples. Nov: 20 41 Water street. :10 ,

but a* there is no means of sending you the Presidents and a History ot the various administrations. HE snlnTiber Iras just received from the .lOacrjs of 3d rate land belonging to Wiley 10 bxs Cotton and Wot Jen Crir.

: :- this i will jist let it go as it is. T manufacturers and publishers a beautiful lot Stewart. Bffivana Scjars. 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Iil1

o! Remember in and also The work H edited and compiled by Mr. EDwiv BEST Havana Segars for sale 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel.fr" ', I
: .: me jour prayers, 1)1 Paoer ILn in.ijs, Fofilscap and Letter Paper, 80 acres of 3d rate land belonging to G. G. 5 0 ,
1 tt to old Tige.' Nothing more at present from WILMVMS, whose familiarity with our Polili.'al Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer Windham. by WOOD & Co, WM. G. FORTES ?;

;, t L'- yourloFing Felix, if alive, and if dead God History and Statistical Subjects gi nerallv, Bo- ks, etc., which he offers very low. ,160! acres of 1st rate land belonging to John ptiU 32 Water 'it.Bawiu Nov 29FOLGER'S 41Ww
are well known to ths public, and aflbrd a sufficient H. Wilson.
Feb
I.- McGRAW. 7 F.
FELIX
KOPMAN.
his soul. '
rest ; ? and Rope. Olosaonian.or H-
guarantee for the and of
P. S. If this letter dont reach you, you the compilation and accompanying accuracy Hislorv.fidelity BASKETS London Club SAMUEL STEVENS, Sheriff and 1 1'CS. very heavy Louisville Man & Asthma, CW"
for another but write immediately QA Champagne cx-oificio Tax Collector Jackson County. LIj Co. Bagging 300 coils Bale of tw
trait
must not me EDWARD WALKER, \J 5000 for sale ; Rope, Complaint, and all diseases
Regalia Segars, by Per'JOHN *
T.
and let me know how you come April 11 114 Fulton-street, New York. April.4 B. S. UAWLEY. Marianna MYRICK, Deputy. for sale by -f lungs, for sale by
June
11, l8-1t. i24.(9 March 7 J. DAY & Co. April 11 H.F..uI4 .

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