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LIIB;EIrTAS, CONSTITrTIO, ET NOS TiR-A PATRIA.

VOLUME IV.]: APALACHICOLA., TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1846. [NUMBER 27, :


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Thtomas H. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
.Water Street,
. Apalachicola, Fd.


REMOVAL.
W. G. Il. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
0(3 Office in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion Honse. Dec 13, 1845.
A. G. Scmmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
W- Office, .Alo. *2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre &- Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
J. L aw,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
B3inbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
W Will attend punctually (he SnperiorCotrts
of the counties of Early, Baker and Deawnre of
the South Western, and of the county of Thomas
of the Southern Circuit. mav3

j ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
-"TILL practice in the several Courts of the
South Western Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewai t counties
Auz. 5, 18-15. 31-tf
L UMBER IN-SPECTOR.-Tlhe undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of L'.nnber
for Franklin County, offers his services to the
public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment. He may
be found at 2:2 Water street.
March 23 JAMES GIBSON.


Office, T',r. S,,,ve .'P ilin.t:,;.ier of
C.,in II.rce and Ch(' i l" 1 ;rt-ei--.

qu.?nter[,)..-.--iill.,r- Dollars per annum,
i'u- irii'i lv I').i r'._',? { Ifpayrn-nt I; ,del\av.d
ul l Il[ I! I, e,' I ,I- t" )I -;hb3 ription year, r'ivr DOL-
L,,.r will b, ,il.nnx .le,1 r. .
N.) ", n,' riii'"' t,'f,"IPI for-,a less terrrm: than six
ni i l iz.- i i ,vIi '^i2 1- w ir,., likv le ,lIl ir-., F."'
tll t ,I ,i- i t N .) |' i ,i, ,r w ill b ? l ,.-,n ,n d 1,1,1 ]
all i rr- ,in -i ire ui'it-, Itl 0:**', Lt Op.? 1 .11-111 'f lhe-
pro;i1 i I.-,r,;.
A O [: Iqr( XI.v. r -q .- 0 i-? *' i'1 tr,. (t'v o liqpeq
or 1 .) .-, tj l i r.r d at tlie foll.-..vin;,
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t i r i ,',...,.',b l, i I w1, .,r1 ,,bject to exception
ffo n I'IO d ,,.,'-"'- r ile, ;
Tio t'n-- ,.v'. advertise .by tf-e year a liberal dis-,
" -,ii it vill !i -..i >.l -; h~i'r all i ] .- rtis w~- ,n-'t_ n,,'t

stri-ti' i-.wrt ii-ii'iz to' t'hir in.v.I business,, as
u'q -l I d lt -il it. -rti- i'i -.i's t in by them ,
w ill ): (,I ,.-. I, d it t I ;,.? l rat 3._
'I "rI i Ir b 1111 h i .-. l "to ,illl ,r ih^ .di-
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* C!rl.?' [l.:,?-- J ,',, M'1' n. Ei-.'ei,,:- W lR '6:ls.
Cha?6s. ,;3ys Co.,
CO MI ,[ISS ION MERCHANTS,
Water street,"
*< ,-r;1'7T, 1S46. 6. A alachicola, Fa.
/'t-P. -, S. D a1" aijm17+ rl,r' "

O AWARDING AND COMMISSION
+ M ERGHANT,
N ). 50 \W .it,-r-street,.
Apalachicola, Fa.
-. Liberal Advances..mide on consignments
to my .friends .in .New -Orleans, New York or
Liveroool. .April, 1846..
El. V. AbI1,
,,WflOLi,4LESN A.VD Rz'eAIL, '
DZ. \LEr. IN DRUnS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, "GL X\<- &c., &c.
Also-A general assortment of: Statinery.
C wr. ,i" C l'-,-i. n,. and A .VA,-r -t,.:t-.
< ,w ,l 1 1 A.\ l '-1 .'1 w L,, 1 I.
Ig. 1). Darden,
No. '2 Columbus Pil,],-"01-,
Dec. 29, 1845. A ,;! ,,-;.' l I, Pa.
B. F. -Nourse, [4. B Stone, H W. Brooks.
N ou rs e, SI:')>'B< & Co.,
C MMISSSI 0 N MERCHANTS,
-- No. -i Water street,
Wnovl A,)alachicola, Fla.
If ite .ajt ,*mai Salter,

--COMM [ S- i-ON MERCHANT,
N'o. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
D ee. 1, 18.5. .-\ wl. h;.,l Fla.
J,-rn:l.H 1_',.'.. 1),'it-L J. DAY.,


J. C. A5! Wholesale and tRrtail Dealer in
DReUG-S, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BAUS-ES, &c., &c.
also,
,I genera/ assortment of
BC',,-,iS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
no~v5 Apalachicola, Fla.


WM. W. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVER.
Sims & Chieever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Of' 0ifice, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
dec14 Apalachicola, Fla.


L UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersi-ned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his servires to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 2-2. 1845.
LUMBER INSPECTOR-Having been ap-
:ointed Inspector of Lumber tor the County
of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services
to the public in that capacity, and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said apnointmenl.
April 1S, 1S46. BENJ. LUCAS.


PRINT WAREHOUSE.
PRICES REDUCED
At the extdhsive Establishment for
PRINTS ONLY,
BY
L EE &- BItIEWSTER,
44 CEDAR STREET, N. YORK.
This stock of PRINTED CALICOES, nearly
all recently purchased for cash and sihrt credit,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, are offered
at from
1 to 6 Cents (Per Yard) lLOWESR
THAN THE PRICES OF APRIL.
Purchasers are guaranteed the prices-and
allowances made for a given period.
0- Catalogues (renewed and corrected daily)
-regulating the prices-are placed in the hands
of buyers, and sent with goods ordered.
New York, June 6, 1846. 15-1y


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Wai. H. KiUmbrbugh, I. B. Kimbrough.
Wvu. ff. KEaijnirou'-.h? & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
I MERCHANTS.
Office,/No. 25 \\V.rer street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
?-Liberal advances onm cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. Nov. 1, 1845.
55berts, Alleni & Co.,
M1 A.N I_ FAC I'_T ',1. JQ IN TIN, IRON, COPPER,
BRASS,&c.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
Hardware, StoveQ, Britannia and .11 i|i ,,, Wares,
Iron,, Steo'l, _'- 1iii, Spikes, Grate Bars,
Sugar Ketlles and Mills, and other
C .sti 'T;s; Ship Ch ndtery, &c.
07t. "',.t: t-'1. AP kLAC-ICOLA, Fa
WILLIAM DICKEY.. J W. HAMMOND.
D~ac^nvy &T .iMi'.inona], *
SHIP ANDFAMILY GROCERS,
32 W ater-srtr .\r, .,l ..;li,:, la. Fa.
O october 18,- 1 "3 ', 4 -.u n


Win. G. Porter ON Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS A NFI:',[.'.ll:'-I,:,N
MERCHtAN r_'.
No. 41 Water Street.
Nov 29' Apalaohicola, Fa.
^ ESI. T, 110oo1,
COMMISSION .ME RCHANT,
No. 42 Water street,


ALBESRT DOD3E. CHARLE'S'PRATT.
Dodge & Pv:Itf, '
SHIPPING s C..OMMISMION- MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Sire-,,
N ov. 2:i A iIlplir-,, Fa.-
^" K:-I'B.y "_&^ BIsirts~iornle,
.C, '.. IS'SION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
Non,. I 1 S1.5. Aopalachicola, F'..r;. .
. fi. *BD.- Wood & Co.,
(-`zS\Ti-RtAL COMNIRION MERICIAANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
No-,. 1 iS45. A ,:.hic,,l i. Fla.
"Iyers & 1T[itcliel, ,
C 0 M N T S Sf 0 N M E R C H A,) TS,.
No. 36 Water-street,
Nov 15. Apalaehicola, Fa.
A'-LVA WVV~cl, WM A. McKENziE.,
Wylie . IMcIi~cnaie, *
COMMiSSION MERCHANTS, -
N 3.. 3 Water street,
Sept. 1,.135. ; Apalachicola, Fa,
Mlichael A. Milyeri \
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MER.CH[tANT, ';
'No. 36, Water street,
Nov. 1, 1i-' A." l ,.:'lihpn1. Fin-^


school, eh ?-on the slate, eh ? School's a I
place to make devils in, eh? Don't tell me
that you didn't mnke no devils! What's
that, Sir, and that, and TRAT, Sir! Now
take that, and that, and THAT, Sir!" After
rumnging about for some minutes, he re-
turned to his platform, stood still, pricked
up his ears, and saying that be Ifeard whis-
pers, slapped his desk with the short elastic
whip, til! lbe silence which supervened was
like the miraculous calm which comes in
slpring-time over the tumultuous billows of
Giafournella. The Good Boy sat secure in
conscious innocence, but the guilty trem-
bled.
A lenient soother of the school-master's
disquiet temper was Susan Wynn, who
took an honored *eat beside him on 'Ilte
platform to recite her geo-griaphy.-ShKw'-
entering her second teen ; and' to speak of
the rose which is just bursting open with its
refulgent bosom to the warmth of day, would
not convey the picture of half her charms.
As Venus from the sea, so this fair creature
might have sprung from the serene, unsul-
lied azure of the mountain-top. Brilliant
eyes, beyond any gazelle's for their voluptu-
ous softness! as soft a bloom of (he cheeks
as a young beauty ever boasted; exquisite-
ly carved nose, through whose tender fila-
tnent the light shone like alabaster; oh, red,
red, red lips, the well-langurged Daniel"
never could do justice to! bright, marvel-
lously bright neck, and plenitude of curls!
Was this the daughter of thie poor wood-
cutter, Wynn. See her sitting in danger-
ons propinquity to the attentive Stubbs,
map in hand, each of them engaged in a
vain search for the peculiarly small town of
Tee-Dee. "It mought'be a little mossel
furder to the sou-'west,'" said Stubbs, un-
ravelling with his little finger an individual
curl, which flew back to its place; and get-
lin, the beautiful eyes and head of his pu-
pil "a little farther to the sou-west," he
brought down the nose of his own cranium
a very small difference of the compass to the
same quarter. "-Tee-Dee, Tee-Dee," drop-
ping his eyes upon the vale of Cashmere,
"could it have slipped out of its place on
the map, ergot tip some e'r along here, may-
be?" The gigantic hand which had been
resting on tlie back of the chair sank from
its position gradually to the small waist Lf.
tlhe scholar, and the hlior-rible curry-'cot{B- of
his chin threatened to lacerate her face.
He was too absorbed in science to be con-
sciout of the eager audience who were ex-
changing glances, and looked on the small
platform at the theatre of Love's display.
"Susan," Stnbbs said, with an affectionate
drawling of the word which fold hii ove of
geography, "spose an';we look for.it among
thiem 'ere little specks? It had ought to be
somewhere in there, unless it's got sunk by
an airthquake." This search continued for
some time, but all the endeavors of the nmas-
ter and lhe scholar did not suffice.to disco-
ver the little town of Tee-Dee. "Yes,"
said Stubbs, kissing his pupil, "it isn't any
matter; 1 guess it isn't much of a place, any
way; not much bigger than Jiglown, in all
prohabiliry. Second class 'n geography "
While this romance proceeded within, a
great excitement raged in the neighborhood
without, reaching to the top of the moun-
tain, and branching off to all the by-paihs
and villages. A wagon was approaching,
containing music; a clarionet and a drum
skilfully "played on, over which waved the
American flhg wilh its stars and, stripes,
causing all bosoms to heave with animation.
This triumphal fuss was justified by a long
box in the wagon, whereon the inscription
which follows glared out in burning cap-
itals : "A Live ALLIGATpR !-TWELVE
FEET LONG! SIXPENCF A SIGHT!" RU-
mor had proclaimed it. two or three miles
in advance, that this alligator was coming,
and the inhabitants rime pouring down the-
mountain side like an avalanche. Fifty
eves were continually wailing their lurn,
arid lhe showman's box filled rapidly.-
"Form a line, my christian friends. Look
a-plenty, but when you bave got enough, it
does seem lo be just, to step a leeile a-one
side, and give others an opporlewnily.
Three cents only for .}on, my. little man.
(,ome on, ye blooming youth. Make way
for the minister!. Is there any thing
I/heatrical about il ? "No, S'ur-rcee!--a
female rnay look at it without indelicacy.
Here we go Only six cents a sight for
.lhis grand moral exhibition And( the
star-slpungled manner Iorever shall wave. o'er
the han'd of the free and the home of the
brave !' "
Si-i-i-i-i-lans!" roared Stnbbs, in hys-
terics. Alligator! alligator! alligator! "
cried lhe excited populace, rising from their
stools in a perfect rage of itnlatience. The
delinquent Iboy who ha~d been cotnmanded
to "stick Ilis nose in llhe corner," and the
good boy," remonstrated in a lively man-
ner.
"Please, Mr. Slubbs, mayn't I go see
the alligator? "'
"Yes, you may all go. School's dis-
missed."


What ails your hand Jonathan?"
"Why, t'other (lay I went into the mill
to see 'era saw clapboards, and 1 saw a thing'
whirling.around so swift, and it looked so
smooth and slick, that I thought I'd just
touch my finger to it, andl don't you think it
totfk the eend of my finger ri-hIt off-they
hollered out, -You musn't touch that--i's
the circular saw ih'-4rsay.'s all the clapbolaids."
But they <.plk,: half a second too late--the
fend of my finger was gone-and I 'baint
never seed it since." .
If there is sometimes an .Idv-n! a ivn de-
'lay, there 'is also a s, cmiiy in despatch.
Lucnllu. conquered two of' the most potent
of all the Kin.' by lo wo different expedients.'
celerity and delay : ft l, ',,I, ,lthe flourishing
power of Mithridaies by spinning-out- the
Time, and that of Ti-Oates by pushing'on
without allowing him leisure'to look around
him.


A DANCING JURY.
The Staunton (Va.) Spectator relates
that a hungry jury at a late hour, in Halifax
county, commenced a regular dance to tho
tune of I Where did you come from,' in'
the room directly over the court--where-
upon the sheriff was immediately sent by
Judge Leith with orders to accommodate
the jury with a permanent dancing-room int
(he county jail, where they would not be
liable to be interrupted in their frolic. I
This reminds us, says the editor of thl
Portland American, of a jury we were
once foreman of inlDetroit. +We couldn't
agree, and his honor told us be would keep
us there until we did, so we went back
the jury room looking mighty blank. *i'
,WVell, 'gentlemen,' said we, 'there's a
-fmigtry-Ftiesa--r-prospect for us. What
shall we dol?'
Draw lots,' said one.
Lots be d---, hem,* said another.
1I move Mr. Foreman, we just tucker
old Josey out. Who has got a pack of
cards ?,
Nobody had any. So we got up. two or
three wrestling and boxing matches,: and
worked with great earnestness till one of the
jurors cried out,
'There's Mike.'
Now Mike kept a capital eating cellar,
and the window was open in a second. A
string of handkerchiefs was made, with sorn
money and a note, one end of which was
not long in reaching Mike's hand. In a
few minutes 'the country,' embodied inihe
jury, were seated round (he table, eating,
pie and cold chicken, smoking Havannas,
and drinking some of the best Madeira in
the world. The Washingtonians, we re-
gret to say, had not yet commenced the
philanthropic lab,6r. The result was leetle
the noisiest racket that ever was earn tell
of in them parts.' The only man who
maintained the dignity of the body was the
foreman. His honor, hearing the uproar,
ordered us up. We marched into court-
single file, with only one man who could
keep the chalk line.
Mr. Foreman have you agreed?'
'No. your honor; and we never can.'
*That's-hic-f-f-act; blaze mehie---lf
it aint!V added on L0Dof.t-jYrrs.
_ -SiL:-,1i-fc+6ourt!' roared the officer.
Si-hi-lence yourself-hic,' responded the
juror.
Order!' shouted the officer again.
'Order--hie-who?' again responded the
indignant twelfth part of the countryy'' ,:
Mr. Foreman,' said the judge, his' eyes
twinkling with mirlh, II perceive th.i your
discussionrs- ha-re been unusually-exciting,-
and therefore shall discharge you from the
furl her consideration of this case,' I 'i
Off the jury went, tumbling over the
benches and each other, in a most ludicrous
confusion.
THE RANCHEROS Or MEXICO--It will
have been observed in the-several statements
that have from time to time been pi0tforlh
relative to the inateriel orf the Mexian ar-
mies, and more particularly the one which
the American troops have just encountered,
that mention is made of a discription of
troops styled Rancheros. This is an appel-
lation derived from their occupation and
mode of life, and is common to a similar
class of men who subsist on the pampas of'
South AAmerica. Half Indian and half
Spnish in their extraction, gaunt, shrivelled,
though muscular in their frames, and dark
and swarthy visaged as they are, these'men
are the Arabs of the American continent.
Living half of the time in the saddle, for
they are unrivalled horsemen, with lasso in
hand they traverse those vast plains in search
of the buffalo and wild horse, who roam
them in countless herds.,The killing of
these anitnals and the preparation and sale
of their hides is their sole means of liveli-
,hood, otherthari occasionally lending'a help-
ing hand lo some of tlhe partisans in the ci-
vil wars that are continually being waged
around ihem. Their costume consists of a
pair of tough hide leggings, withsandals of
the same material, bound together with
leather thongs, over which is a blanket, with
a hole in tlhe centre large enough to allow
the head to be thrust out, and which falls
not ungracefully over their shoulders, leav-
ing ample room for the play of their arms.:
Add to thlis a broad straw sombrero, and the
lasso h'anging ready f or use in his girdle, and
you have the Ranchero as lhe :appe:rs in the
time of peac-e or in the pursuit of his occU-
paitiin. Join to this a long lanee with a
sharp sp[ea:r henri, ornamented with a strip
of red burning, on a horse as savage and
unmanageable as himnell: and Ihis lbelt plen-: '
tifully supplied with pistols ari kuives, and'
yOUr have lthe Ranchero as a member of a
troop of banditti, or as a soldier in a body
of cavalry. Cowardly as they generally are.
in the open field, yet in a conflict among the
chapparels of Mexico, or in an ambuscade,,
they are indeed ,a frdiiid-ible enemy. Their
power of eLnduring fatigue is ralmoll$| inex--
haustible, and a scanty meal per diem of
jerked beef and plantain suffices them dU,-
ring m months. -,. ,r i J


Such are the Rancheros, and under dis-
ciplined control they would be rendered the
best light troops in the world. These are
the men who comprise the great body of
the Mexican cavalry, and they are to the
armies of that nation what the Cossacks are
t( the'Russians-ever on the alert, never to
be surprised, and untiring in the pursuit. of
the foe when plunder, no matter how tri-.
fling, is to be obtained. .. .. *:.'. ....
Pecuniary tii!ham r.;stient i is the identical
species of adlver.-itfy that, is' the tonehstone :
of all disposition. Beauty and abili'ty, rela- :
tionship, nay every connexion slinkes WVhen
the ensign of poverty is unfurled ; we must
worship w health. even to idolatry, if the no- '
ble disinterestedness of a few individlhals
was not at all times obtruded to keep us
from emerging, into the oblivion of worth,
affection, and merit.


[From the Trenton Daily News.]
TO A FAITHLESS MARY.
The lines below were written by a young lawyer
of Mas-achuseits, who was jilted. The wit will
.be fully appreciated by the profess :n. It is a cu-
rious fact, thait he subsequently died of a broken
heart, notwiihzstandiniz the brave show of levity in
this address to his faithless mistress:
Say, Mary, canst thou sympatinse,
With one whose heart is bleeding,
Compelled to wake from love's young dream,
And take to special pleading 1
For since I lost my suit to you,
ItCare not now a fraction,
About ,hese tiresome suits at law-
These senseless forms of action.
Bq', n *-ny lonely chamber oft,
SWhen cihentz leave me leisure,
In musing o'er departed joys ,
1 find a mournful pleasure.
How well I know, that spot where first "
I saw tily form elherial-
But. ah in transitory things
The venue's not material.
And reading Archbold's practice now
I scarce believe '[is true,
That I could set my heart upon
An arch-bold girl like you.
But then, that bright blue eye sent forth
A most unerring dart,
Which, like a special capias, made
A prisoner of my heart.
And in the weakness of my heart,
One fi:tal, long vacation-
I gave a Iledose to prosecute,
And filed my declaration.
At first, you taking time to plead,
Gave hope for my f.'1lciiy-
The doubtful rwgutive \ ou spoke,
Seemed bad for its duplicity.
And then, thy blush so clearly-seemed
To p.-rdon my transgeression,
I thought I was about to snap .f;
A judgment by confession.
But soon I l,'arn.ed, (most fatal truth,)
t How rashly I had counted-
For non-nssumpsit wHs the plea
To which it all amounted.
Deceitful, mrniid, another swain
Was ihen beloved by thee-
The preference you gave to him,
Was fraudulent to me.
Ah when we love, (so Shakspeare says,)
Bad luck is sure to have us--
The course of trne love never ran
Without some special traverse.
Sav, what inducement could you have,
To rct so base a part 1
"Withou tlhii--that you smiled on me-
I ne'er had lost my heart.

My rival I was doomed to see
A husband's rights assert-
And now 'tis: wrong to thins of you,
For you're a femnnme covert.
When late I saw yonr son and heir,
'Twas wormwood for a lover-
For then, the plea of infancy
My heart could not get over.
I kissed the little bral, and said,
Much ihappiness I wish you-
But, oh, I felt lie was to me
An immaterial issue.
Mary, adieu !-I'll mourn no more,
Nor pen pathetic ditties-
MY pleading was of no avail,
And -o I'll stick to Chitty's.


Dr. A. IV. Chapman,
Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10; 1846. 2-tf
E2. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT .LAW,
CLA.TON, Barbonr County, Alabarma.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf


P.. S. FiatwIey,
FACTrc ANU CO....- '1N MERCHANT,
Cor'. Water and Chestnut street,,,.
April 4 Apalachicnla, Fa.


1. 1). BUGBEE. HARGROVE HOWARD
.. Biibee & Howard,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
S. No. 7, Columbus Block;
N' .w., 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
-r-^ Particular attention p-id to putting up family,
' steamboat and ship stores.
.No. 49 Water street,
dec20 Apalachicola, Fla.


David G. Iauey,
,,:.I? [1 '.T,,.- FORWARDING IEPRCIANT
A'4r,) 1)!-'AL.LLL, 1IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.


Nov 5. 1y


Apalachicola, Fa.


Francis Kop afan,
WI-1HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES', DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for' Ca.h,
oct1 ('1-1it, if-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..


P. o10"1,
MANUFACTURE AND DEALER IN
CAB[NETr FPIUNIT lURE.
",7 No. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
nbvl6 Apalachicola, Fla.
c,^:.3:i!t & Youa1g1,
COMMISSION antd FORkW'VARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla.


Coolie & Horne,,
COM%1 .:- I,)-,N MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
New-Orleans.
ANDREW S. COoxE.-A, AMtos -IorN.
feb 8.
.- Jas. '. FaErrloa,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FO IWAP DING &
COMMISSION MEt.CHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
nov9 Apalachico!a, Fla.
T. J. SANFORD. M. M. BUTT.
Sanford & L Btat,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 36 Water Street,
deci4 .Apalachicola, Fla.
Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & GOMVIISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 31 Water street.
Dec 13 Apalachicola, Fa.


,L J. ay &'Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 6, Apalachicola, Fa.
f 'g 'A l .i. A .' 1 .-i f ,r t. e '" .E n t, If s u r a n c e G o ."
the Protection ln-tirwne Co." and the "Hart-
ford Insurance Co.." I- ,i",,..rl Conn.
Ls. E.r,,,. E. ia-!;^ o
AFCTOR AND COMMISSION
-,' MERCHANT,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
S" .. -Q9 5. A il..i-, li, Fa.


f~qiscfllanrott3

ATHANASIUS STUBBS,
T-E YANKEE I'EDAG(tGUE, AND HlIS SCIIOLARS.
There was one "good boy" amon- the
company, who never took his eyes off the
lesson, ond kept at the hemd of.his class,
and h;hd his dictionary and all his hooks co-
vered with calico, taking care that their
whiteness was never sullied, nor their pages
dog-eared. Ue was the only one who could
spell phthisic, for which he "walked right
straight np to the head of his class" two
years before Stubbs came, mnd kept it ever
after. He served as a set-off for his fellows,
who were hard of management, for Ihe brisk
air of the mountain made them sneeze
again. Their white heads rolled about with
the turbulence of' billows exascerated by a
crisp breeze" now bending forward to whis-
per into the willing e'v s of girls, or plunged
as fir as the shotl r's into a satchel or
deep desk, in order to bite the cheek of a
ripe apple; or entirely se.jiunated from the
shoulders, for the more I'acile execution of'
grim)aees behind a'black-board. They were
a nwileh for any emergency. Shake them,
and ihey, relapsed into.e the fiabbiness of a
rag; aimn a blow at their heads, and they
yielded like a thistle-down snatched by llie
hand ; endeavor to force Ihem agaiinst a wall.
or to lay hold of them by the throat, and
thev stood stiff and jimnmovable as a post,
Stubbs ruled them with an according se-
verity. The Webs!er spellers he flogged
every day of their lives. He had a slender
rod, which tickled exees ively the tender
parts, whistling in tl,'d.,-le, <-nt, and cutting
with a sharp and definite distinction. More
than this, he kept a poplar scepter twelve
feet in length, the highest Off shoot of rhat
now unpopulir tree, with which he was en-
abled to touch the noses of the remotest
scholars, and treat them with an apprehen-
sion of the livelier brantch. This usually
went before the shorter purchase of the rod.
Just-as the twig was bent the tree was in-
clined. Sometimes, in his amazing impa-
'tience, Stubbs flung himself fromhbis plat-
formn, .i.ipiP!Jng "Si-lansY' with a sudden
energy which almost tore off the rafters;
took three or four long strides to an offend-
er, pressed the palms of his two hands
against his two ears, and: lifted him by the,
head till his neck cracked; rushed to the
dim.,k, boxed several ears. and blew his nose
by the way. Is that the way to hold your
pen, -Sir'! Make the downward stroke
heavier Iat the bend. That the wavy you
make yourwees? Take that, Sir, and that
--:,,, that! Bliibber in my face, do you?
I'l see if I can teach manners 'to some of
you S-i-i-ilanss! by:the bell-rope! John
Thomas, stick your nose in the corner!
Aha-' I've caught youi-making devils in


W. A. & P. C. ain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Nov. 1, 18345. ., Apalachicola, Fa.


-* BI]arper t *M-ol sms,-:
SCOMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
--gents for the
SUN MUTUAL IN3URANU, E CM'%TPANY,
of the City qf .\ V, York,
No. 51 W .it,, -l'.-t.
iN ,>v 1 i, I' ,. _V i. ,,-', -....i F .

CO'I. '.T!SION "',E CHANT AND DEALER
I.4 DI-Yy GOODS AND GRgOCIdi.liE--,
No. 9 Columbus, Ili-,',


Albert G Sernmes, )
s CALHOUN COUNTY.
Elias Simpson. S
B"y virtue of an alias fi. fa., to me, directed from
the Franklin Circuit Court, I have levied on
Lots I and 2, Block 19, in the City of St. Joseph;
and will ofler the same for sale at 12 o'clock,, on
the first Monday in July next, to satisfy said'ft.
fa. Sale on the premises.
ISAAC JACKSON, Sh'ff.,
per J W. MOSES, Deputy Sh'ff.
Mav 30, 1847 22-ts


A pd ,i,',-.li. Fa.


Nov 29


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


Nov 29.


A ,, .l i ,-,...h,," Fi.


Pee-ff !el'y.
C OLO(INE, Lavender, Florida Waters, Ex-
tracts, Violeta, Jassmnine, Amber; Portug-al,
&c. _Soaps, Preston Salts, Otto of Rose, &c.
Jan 24 'J. C. ALLEN.
Saddlery foi Sale at Cost and
Charges.
TTAVING on hand an assortment of Saddles,
IJL Bi idles, &c. &c I will dispose of them as
above for cash.
On hand a fine t','r:"y and Harness, which will
Lye .i.l I., cash.
March 28 P. HOBART
lUST received per brig Morea, from N. Vork,
O 50 kears Nos. 1. and 2 Lead; 100 gals. boiled
Linseed Oil ; 500 lbs.-Putty; 20 boxes 8 by 10
and 10 by 12 Glass; 20 doz. pints Congress Spring
Water; 100 lbs fresh Tamarins; Gum and Orget
Syrups, for sale by
May 16. 11., F. ABELL.

BOYS' -,,,.l `-:..'s Russet Brogans,
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans,
Gents fine Calf Brogans,;
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Ci il.!r,'s'do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Mor.:o '--'.
Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots, ,
Ge,.:l.'-,,,,-,, '.-" .';-, h' and fine Calf Boots,
. A large and extensive assortment,just received,
and for sale by WM. G, PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 '. 41 Water-s.r~eet.
Ana r a-. C.-. 7,+'- S r

STARR & Co. will I,':., ,'rthe Auction and
S Co commission R1 -.---.-., :; i Erif'Anlq. Al .'. 1 .
lhrli,-I'.1 tIrw summer, and willp'ay strict utterij or
to all goods consigned to their care.
May 23184. 8 ,3-4t


IE. Ee. Taylor,
,COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERC I!ANT,
No. Water-street,
sept2 ly Apalachicola.

AUCTION10N E AE R AND CO?,'.".JISSION
I MMERCHANT,
22 '.V ,t.:-r street, APALACHICOLA, Fa-
H. R. ',,,,D. P. W. CULLEN.


"Wood & *Co.,
AUCTIONEERS ANDC0OM MISSION
M MERCHANTS,
:No. 32, Water street,
Nov.. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Liber.I,.l, it,^ ',-' r'n .t:: ,"',' ,-,,,i-]..-,ir,,iit~. '
T he -i ri.-te-t .il,- ,,- I, n., r.> St, ,'l,: .,:, D oors.
Sales it S ..re ery Silirdti.
('aovea' A F FIX pounds of large Red Northern Clover
,_4 Le, for sale by
April 4.-' H. F. ABEL.
.. Coitl's1'5 SEprBing~ Wni'ae'
TU^T i,.,,-_d per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
March 921', J. C. ALLEN.

T HE subscribersrs r,.. Lin!lr form their
friends,and the public that they have taken
into ],jri t r--ip Mr E'. *-,r W Re.F.RS.
CHA.LE.A nir.Ei;-; & Co.'
April 7, 1846.
Fla on1-iag ^l ale ns.
AN assortment just received, and for e I.',;P by
A Nov 29 J. C. ALLE.N, Druggist.'


J. HS. &J. 11.I. IZ21i.
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,
Nov. I, 1845.. .APAL;ACHICOLA, FA.


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CO1M)IER(IAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISED r.EVERY TUESDAY B Y
BOS.WOB T IM


ThroftmfOanal Nhotian.


WM. SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
Ojf- May be f,,und at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
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is conluded, will be sufficienlt for its sup-
port.
Proposals had bpen laid before the com-I
miftee for the Atlantic route by two parties,
Mr. E. K. Collins, offers to build five ships
of not less than two thousand tons burthen,
and perform two trips a month between
New York and Liverpool, for $385,000 a
year, in quarterly payments. Mr. Forbes
offers to build vessels of twelve or fifteen
hundred tons burthen, and to perform semni-
monthly tips from New York to South-
ampton and Havre, and 'back again, for
$500,000 a year. The Cunard ships are of
1200 tons burthen and the committee notice
that the British Government paid to the
proprietor of that line in 1843, $425,000.
Mr. Collins proposes to furnish much lar-
ger and better ships and to perform thesame
service as the, Cunard line, for $110,000 a
year less compensation.
There was also before the committee a
proposition from Mr. Sioo of Cincinnati, to
build ten first class steamships, to cross 'tie
ocean forty-eight times a year, four of them
to run between New-York and New-Orleans,
stopping at tile principal places once a week,
and from New-Orleans to Belize twice a
month. Ile proposes to construct the ves-
sels under the superintenence of a Govern-
ment agent, ind that they shall be of tile
burthen of fifteen hundred tons. He re-
quires $5,000,00.0 for tlhe enterprise, of
which he proposes the Govertiment shall
farnish one million, in proportion as the
materials are 'collected and the work goes
on. He proposes that the ships shall be
commanded by naval officers, and shall car-
ry as watch officers four midshipmen. He
requires that all the 'postage money shall
be reserved to him. And in addition 590,-
000 for the route between New Orleans and
Balize.
The whole service described in the re-
port embraces two lines across the Atlantic,
one to Liverpool and one to Havre, one
from New York to New Orleans, and one
from New Orleans to Belize.
The report concludes with estimates re-
garding- expenditures and receipts, the re-
suits of which are very satisfactory as they
stand, but which I have not now time to
refer to. H.


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at an interview in the Cellar" of the
)use of Commons, before the "-martyr"
as liberated, disclosed little love and less
endship. 11 was even asserted that very
complimentary epithets passed.
But at the meeting on Monday, Mr.
Connell gave the best practical refutationt
these statements, by speaking in the
iost enthusiastic terms of Mr. Smith 0'-
rien's "stand" for his country, and be
)und up a speech full of hyperbole, by
opposing the honors of a public entree for
e martyr," to be followed by a public
nqnet, and the repayment of the fees out
fthe funds of the Association, which the
ficers of the House of Commons had ex-
acted.
It would appear, from w hat O'Connell
Heated on Monday, that Sir Robert Peel is
determined to press forward thie Irish Coer-
on Bill when Parliament reassembles, after
he Whitsuntide holidays. The second
ding is to take place on Monday next.--
n the present state of parties, it is one of
lose peculiar questions which may cause
en of the most dissimilar views to combine,
nd the result may be critical to the 'Go-"
ernment.
FRANCE.
The proceedings of both Chambets, dd,
ng the last fortnight, have been without
nierest. Mr. King, the American Minis.
er, has left Paris for a few days for fresh
ir ;.nd change of scene.
Some of the French papers insist that the -
xperimental squadron, which recently left
he Downs, has other objects than those"
,hich are avowed. This squadron, they
intimate, is intended to watch the conduct!
f the Americans in the Mexican quarrel.
;ealed orders, they add, direct the squad'-
on to tlhe Gulf of Mexico. This, we need
ardly say, is nothing'more than hazarding
guess. It may be true, but the probabili.
es are that it is false.
The closing scenes in the French Cham-
er of Deputies show that M. Tbiers has
ost none of his pugnaciousness. He iaas
ad a smart tilt with his great. rival, .
?uizot, in which the calm philosophy o0?
lhe First Minister was more than a inach
or the fiery little historian of the Consulate,
The Paris paper, La Presse, of Monday,
reached our office last night, which an-
ounces lhat orders had been sent by the
Jinisterof Marine to Brest, and the other
military harbors, to despatch a number r
hips of war to the Gulf of Mexico, to rera-
orce the squadron stationed there, in con-
eqnence of the war between the United
States and Mexico. On this subject their
ame paper states that much uneasiness ex-
sis in Paris. The opposition prints are all
on the side of America, anl predict an early
conquest of Mexico by the United States,
Fhe apprehension caused by the war of the
United States with Mexico weighed ou the
Paris money market on Monday.
GERMANY.
BERLIN, May 26.-Austria, Prussia,-and
Russia, are apprehensive of another out-
break in Cracow, to be. set on foot by the
Polish emigrants in France, England and
Belgium. The three powers have taken
measures of precaution. At Warsaw se-
veral arrests have been made. Austria has
nade use of the assistance of the peasantry,
by liberally remunerating them for their re-
cent exertions.
The chambers of Hanover have rejected
a new law ofgreat severity towards the press.
They have also declared that there is no
objection to admitting Jews to civil rights
and to certain privileges.
The Grand Ecclesiastical Synod of the
kingdom of Prussia, got up by the King, is
the topic of general conversation.
The King of Prussia has ordered to be
printed an edition of the complete works of
Frederick the Great. It will be splendid as
a typographical production. Only 200 co-
pies will be struck off, -and a copy will- be
presented to every foreign government.
SPAIN.
MADRID, May 28.-Of the 2,000,000,000
reals ofthe late loan, 84,000,000 are ordered
to be employed in constructing new and re-
pairing old roads.
Our Government has withdrawn from the
United States the right to deposit at Mahoj_. -
the combustibles, provisions, and effects
necessary for its Mediterranean squadron.
The inhabitants of Mahon are very discon-
tented with the measure.
The preliminary arrangements for the
raihway from Madrid to the French frontier
are proceeding very actively.
It is asserted that (he Spanish Govern-
ment had offered the hand of Queen Isabel-
la to Prince Leopold of Saxe Coburg Go-
tha, through the Queen of Portugal, but
rhe courtiers, on the authority of the Min-
istry denied the truth of thae statement.
Mr. Isturitz, however, declared that he
would consent (hat her Majesty might mar-
ry whom she pleased with one exception-
Connt T'rappani.
The Governmentnof her Majesty Queen


Isabella had been acknowledged by a salute
fired in honor of the Spanish flag by the
Russian ship in which his Imperial High-
hess.the Grand Duke Constantine visited
Algesiras.
The financial position of the Spanish Go-
vernment, would appear to be improving,.
judging from the fact that the Minister of
Finance had paid the clergy the sum of
19,000,000 of reals during- the month of!~
May, It was again reported that tlio Go-
vernment contemplated to suppress the pro-
vincial regiments. The situation of affairs.
in Portugal continued to pre-occupy thbe
Cabinet and the public generally. The`
Heraldo earnestly called upon the Minisir)
to adopt measures to prevent the conflagra-
tion from gaining the Spanish territory;.
"or," it says, "we shall have to contem-
plate once more scenes of disorder and de-.
strnction. .
RUSSIA.
ST. PETERSBuRG, May 22.-I regret to,
say that the cholera appears to be advancing
with rapid strides towards this city, from
whence, no doubt, it will in time make its
way to Western Europe.
The commercial treaty between this coun-
try and Turkey, which has been so long
in preparation, was signed on the 30th of
April.
From Caucasus the news is not important.
The Polish soldiers in the Russian army
had manifested some excitement atthe re-
ceipt of the intelligence of the Cracoviao
insurrection..%
PORTUGAL.
Portugal has been the scene of another
attempt at Revolution consequent upon a


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[From the N. Y. Sun-Extra-June 19.1
ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. (
5 Days Later From Europe. t
The steamship Caledonia, Captain E. G. r
ott, arrived atBoston, at 1 1-2 o'clock, P.
[. Thursday. She sailed from Liverpool
n the 4th instant, and brings Liverpool
papers of the 4th, and London of the 3d. I
The interval between the departure of the (
Yreat Western and that of the Caledonia
as been so brief, that no important news
as transpired. ,
We copy our news from Wilmer &
miib's European Times.
The cotton market has been reduced 1
gain to a state of comparative quietude.
Prince Louis Napoleon, who has arrived
n England, incognito, is about to leave for
Florence, there to join his invalid father.
The Oregon question has now ceased to
ive any uneasiness.
The Sugar Duties keep alive attention
especling the fate of the Ministry. The
impression out of the Cabinet is, that Sir
Robert Peel is far in advance of his col-
eagues, and that he is anxious to apply to
Sugar the Free-trade principles, which has
extended to Corn, Cotton and other articles
of general consumption.
In the monetary circles of the city, it is
whispered that' America has claimed the
intervention of the British Governmnent to
ettle the dispute with Mexico. The fact
nay be so; but we cannot credit it. We
should be sorry for the credit of the Ameri-
can character, if the fact referred to proved
correct. Peace,,we grant, is a blessing
vhich ought not to be slightly sacrificed,
but the United States are quite able to
settle their differences with the Mexicans
without intervention.
The annual statement of the Exchequer
s given. Comparing the national income
with the expetlditure of the current year, be
anticipated a surplus of 2,200,0001. But
he increased expenditure in the Navy and
he Ordnance JDtp;irtinents this year only
eft a surplus of 776,000/., of which 700,0001.
was derived from China.
Our old and excellent friend, General
Armstrong, has been figuring conspicuously
in the English press since lie sailed on Sat-
urday in the Great Western. We were
aware at the time that the General was the
bearer of an offer from the British to the
American Government relative to the Oregon
question, and we so stated. We omitted
the General's name in deference to the feel-
ings of that gentleman ; but several of our
contemporaries have paraded the General's
intimacy with Mr. Polk. An Irish journal,
tlhe Dublin Evening Post, in its desire to
be exclusive, blundered into a statement
that the General had been recalled for the
purpose of thrashing the Mexicans-and
that as the friend of General Jackson, and as
having commanded second at the battle of
New Orleans, he was peculiarly fitted for


[From tilt- S avuritlh Htpubhalin ]
EXTENT OF THE COTTuN CHIOP.
Our Enli,,h nei'zhbors never seem at a
loss for some preiext oin uhhli to depress N
file price of cotion. At the first of the 0l
season, they contended in Liv-rpnol Ilh:rt
fie crop would reach two anid *I h.-lf inllions
of bale,, hlien they fell iro i and a qirirer. G
aud fiinilly diseueipinz that (lie ieeeilpts tl
would liitle. if any, exceeded 1 t o m millions, IM
thpy have taken ai new lack entii'eply. We n1
discover ill tile last nrulber of"l'ilM'6er & U
Smith's Ei,opf.,in Tir,,'., ilmi the Board of m
Trade, after a pretended inve(stil,,:iti"n, de- ,"
clare that thouicdh iheree i, ;I rear d, fi een':-ip li"
in tihe m nmber i-f' hals receive,. in Liver- se
pool. there h t-3 not been a <;orie;pondin I-
deficit in w'.igh#. The % hole statement nhiy
be cendensei as follows, viz,:-
11;4.5. 1S46. A
Total bale3.......516,870, 1 .'?,7
Total Height,, l,'.i.:;'2, cyts. lt1.)l? ,7 cwts. .
Till; slhos 'a difference of a trifle ss'; F
Ihan 50t,010 c%% IS.. or abtrat 14,000 bales, in C
the receipis of Auir-r'ica C'iion.lr In other n
wordsf, ihe Tonri says the falling off in S
wc;'ld i, only .'i,,ir per rent. while the fall- '\
illLi off iu ll i Ptily |fper cent. After
giv'ina: this staiemenit, the T.rs adds:- a
From \wh:rt, v..-r .'i llji' vast difference ri
Tnn'y hav.: ai i-;en--.ir,,.l it i-. ro din ,'.,t, ..;-]ttl,l (
Sol" p\ al.io~il.o -- Il,- I',?-I.ilr. n.,w that it is obvious T
and |I.,Ipable,. hI i], ,.. the ardor of 5l.,i.!'J- ,
t i o n a r id t r '-in d, l, i-r) 1 1 -, n I I ] | |I r r a c n v i c i
{( 1 ,1 Ill ,t h. ,% & _% e r 1 i rl '] |i ? a t il 11 I t ll in e s s m a v y
fut,;-e ri'r Iihe Ihur .hirc. li.re is ; i ',. of Cotton .r
in the ou-iintry to iit-,Lt aii.N denandt ihl:,. is likely -t
to 3'.r,,e.
,' But, n..fif,.vil fard;n th? facts at which we i
hive allan ,-_, thu in kil,- r iz in a healthy state,
tand nlthh,.iih tno di r,,in.ri has not been very ex- i
tensive, pric,-s ha"._o I.--, o means receded, and c
holdi'-rs .ire r.t p.i.-irliviIl rily pressing. j
'" II, liw~ ever, tli.. l':ar about the shortness of
nhe crop': h d n. ,t be?.-[i, thus ,.!i iliat,,l, the con- 1
current cir,-,.rnitar,,:._ of tlie day- the passing (
of t[h, Corn ill ,. t',e fiorrncua.tf the weather, the t
briiili b-t, en Mx -io ;:n1l i e United States- 131
1h, se c.lrohiiii:-d c.t'iies, would have sent up the f
.price of fhe .11,1it r ,r,-ioir' o,.. As it is, the 0
firlire speak for triems,:l,-:-, n,,,,d are working a t
change, inor.i or less, in the minds of all who live i
by llie slapl:l. in iIs raw a, \\ell as in it-, manu-
: featured state."
Now we are ;l'al.er, alonlipeil that the
-Timrs sioulI have *illiowe, liilnelf to be
.s, c,) ompletely hry.i- bi .-e ill this matter.
According to Ihe sIlonl^ne'n fi'rnil-ird by I
tle Board of' Trade, thi' receipf of Cotton
at Liverpool. illfile two years spoken of are
as follows, viz:-
('1845. 1846. ti
A m erican,...... h-I'? l..".".,) half-1. l ,:1S bales.
A ll other ki,,., 1. 31:,";--.'.' k'11 7' 8,, bales. .
Now a ^iimin^ (wb-it is r!ri:onuble,) that
fhe aver',ive we-|'It per bale of A'merican i
.('OtilO in 1-'45. wa,- 400 II', au,1 that of all i
olher descripilions, '21).11 Ibs., we hae the e
following:- I z I '
-- .----------..-. Bales. W eight.
Am.--ricain rrit-nnc:..... .T. ', P"5- -tn5l1, 9(34 c Wt. a
: -A l l .t ih e r ,i- e + 'r i .t ,. n i 8 2 3 2 0 1 4 7 0 0 0 I I
T T hi4 gives4 the total weir-lit of the receipts
of 1..--5, at Liverpool. 'at 1,698,964 cwts.,
sliowir '-i an error in the iii.,te of the
Boar. I oI'Tr.,.lI e -f oi ..,q l' r'29.144 cwts., equal
to 17i],30iui b:.le;of, .Ir llx. e-'l h V eerily
the school-uiw>ti'r has been abroad to some
p punpjse in Liverpool! .
in re-,ard 1i0 tlie relative, weig-fit o:ft-h{e ....
'bales %e are irlclinel to the opinion that
they are not niaierlall\ heavier this year than
last. The rvrne-s of the season has been
in fEivor of lil'it i1de,, wlilo the only cir- a
ciiieun-inee in fiiv'r ,Of a pr," :i!e increase
of i eiglt i, to 1, IotnI.ind in the l'PLaike in-
crease of shipments from the Gulf ports,
wl fie 1)he b dles are a It'<,t i.on heavier than
in ihe Atlantic Stiats. Thii; difference is
clearly shown however in the statement of
Ihe Board iel'. makingng the:r estimate of
1,019,73.'_ cwrt. a- Ihe weight of the im-
ports of 1.84,-l' ,aiun- the receipts of Ame-
ric-in Collons ; t *: ,.,?1:3..., 1.l.- .and of all
other desciipiionu a; l v ivpn, at 7171.44R bales,
and allowing the Americ'an io average 400
Ibs. each, and oihpr lde-;rriltitnn; 2(:ii Ibs..
each, llhediff ere nee anmOnrils; to only 8,874
cwts. i,'ic,'(i-cf over th :lit i-tinale of 1845.
Suich estimates as tlle~e ,,( the Board of
Trade, will iiot bear tihe test of examina-
tion; vet the Am'-ii,:'n merchant too, uill
alw',,s he liable to s,,ft'r from thie m. until
our own manufiletures have reached a de-
gree of irni'rijnnt'ande [i,,1, pi'rtity that will
give to. home the prvpon'lei iice over the
foiirii~g market.-. A few iuirinlhisago we were
told that the abolition of llhe corn laws
would in:rc, an advance on American cot-
ton. Now that the corn laws have been
materially nm;),tifid ar, uiher pr':text for the
de-'.,ession of pr-ir'es has been discovered.
Th!e true secret, :rifer all, may be finnd in
the fact, that the foreign niarket, firom its
very impornanee. controls prices, and lhis it
will corltinrle to do until our n uiuifar'lire-,
shall, under a wise an I j udicions home policy,
attain their tr~uelpri-nion. Let those who
are pprpteluallv warririi,- upon American in-
dii-nrv look to this matter, for the cotton
planters are as deeply (.*"[,, erned in it as are
llhe 113nufaictnres ilhemn,el:r-s.


'BEAUTY.-There is something in beauty,
whether it dwells in the human face, in the
penciiledl leaves .of .flowers, the sparkling
surt'ece of a fiuiniain, or- that aspect which
genius breadhps; er its si,"rMe, that makes
us mourn ili; riiiri. I should not envy that
imn his feeling. wlho could see a feaf with-
er, or a flower fall, %toith,,ui some sentiment
of regret. Ti-htender interest in thI beau-
ty and frailty of things around us, is onI'v a
slight tribute of becomin, grief and affec-
tion,,for nature in our adversities, never le-
serts us. She even comes more nearly to
us in our sorrows, and leading us aw-iy f'rom
the paths of dia-aplointment and pain into
her soothing recesses, allays the anguish of'
our bleedifi hearts, binds up the wounds'
that have afflicted, whispers the meek pledg-
es of a belier hoope. and, in hirmon V wilh a
spirit of still bolder birth, points to that
home where decay and death can never
come.
A NEW DEVICE TO SCARE CROWS.-We
- saw last week, says the Marlbro' Gazette, a
novel method of keppirwz'crows from the
.corn field. A man who had been much an-
noyed by theml, was told that by extending
a cord of white twine round.his fi,-hd, on
poll~sabout ten feet high,, he would get rid
of these troublesome birds. He tried it on
a ten acre field, and assured iis before he
'put it np lie lost at leisl twenty hills'of corn
per dlay-but uit a rnow hari been seen in
his field since--and iin-t they will actually
fly round the field without daring to enter.


OCEAN M.' TRAN.4-PORTATION.
m .. TH. MAS EUrTL R KiN'.;'E r.EFOr.T.
The \Vashington correspondent of ihe
few York Commercial Advertiser, writing
i the 13th inst., says:-
Yesterday, Mr. Thomas Butler King, of
-a., of the Navrl Committee, presented to
lie House, a well prepared and able report
al the iliip0tnlaril sn11l-iijci of the establish-
ne-w1 of routes for the conveyance of the
unitedd States mails by steam across the At-
anfic, along our own coast, and -through
he West Indian islands to Chagres or Be-
ze, with a view to the continuance of the
services by other means across the Isthmus
f Panama, and thence to the settlements
n Oregon.
Commencing with a brief review of the
tate of steam navigation in Europe and
ktieiicanMr. King shows that Great Britain
ow possesses more than, two hundred na-
tonal steam vessels, of a large efficient class.
France is also making great exertions to in-
rease her steam marine, and will soon have
not less than one hundred and sixty armed
teamships afloat and ready for service.
T'he United States have but nine Govern-
nent steamships, and only five of these are
armed., The whole commercial steam ma-
,ine of Great Britain consists of nine hun-
fred vessels of all sizes and description.
The number of steamboats on the waters
of the Mississippi and, its tributaries, alone,
s-greater thlan this. According to the last
report from the Treasury Department, the
otal steam tonnage of the United States is
319,527 tons, distributed among fifteen hun-
dred vessels.
In the speed and efficiency, as well as the
numbers of our steam vessels, we excel any
other nation of the world. (The Engineer's
Journal, a British periodical, of January
ast, gives the average speed of their best
coasting steamers as twelve and a half or
hirteen miles an hour, and the maximum
speed of the fastest boats on the Thames is
fifteen and a half miles per hour. Upon
our side the average speed of steamers of
the first class on the Mississippi and Ohio,
s about sexenteen miles an hour, and that
of the best boats on the Hudson and the
sound is even greater than this. The rate
for freight on the boats of the Mississippi
is about three dollars per too for a thousand
miles, and cabin passengers, with the sump-
tuous fare, are carried at the rate of one
cent per mile. Yet with all these advan-
tages, and with eighty thousand men fit for
naval service, we are behind all other na-
tions in the extent of our steam naval force.
The time has arrived when we ought to
consider the expediency of uniting tfie ele-
ments of a commercial marine with a na-
tional naval force. The United States are
the second commercial and navigating pow-
er in the world; and it would, iu the opin-
ion of the committee, be the extreme of
folly toneglect the means for the extension
and security of those interests which im-
Iplrrv,-,ners in..he _arts suggest and the
practice of all other nalions tiiriiies.
The expense of maintaining the navy for
the present year, without reckoning expen-
diture incident to the war, was $6,000,000,
the number of officers and men 9,000, and
the average cost of supporting each $66,000.
The number of Government vessels in com-
i-ss~i-s is foxty-sx, and the average cost of
maintaining each in commission is $109,65
a year.
The annual cost of supporting the large
and excellent Government steamers com-
posing the Cunard line, exclusive of the
amount received for postages, is less than
950,000. Thus Great Britain maintains in
commission twenty large steam-ships of
war for less, than $1,000,000. This fleet
of the most efficient class of war vessels she
could concentrate, whenever such a move-
ment should suit her purpose, upon oui
coast. This great national advantage is
gained by the British Government through;
the incorporation of the steamships used in
her ocean mail service with hernaval force,
France perceiving the importance of the
movement, proposes to establish mail lines,
on the sqme -enera! plan as the British, tc
Brazil,; Havana and New York, La Plata.
La Guayra, and such ports of the Gulf 01
Mexico as shall be designated by royal or-
dinance. It is intended, upon all thes
lines except that to New York, to combine
sailing willh steam power. The line frorr
Havre or Bonr,,..,us to New York is pro.
posed to consist only of steam vessels.
There is therefore a prospect that withir
a few years we sh ill have some forty foreign
war Slc'armer? Ipei inliclilly visiting our ports
On our own part but one proposal to esta
blish mrail steamers has passed the Housi
of Riplr;)orr-lali e' ; this is lhe line~lpropose;.
by the Post Office D'Jparliiieni.ll from New
York to Bremen. Other lines have beel
pIivje-c ie,1i, with prospeels of as. much o
greater success than the one rest, lce.I upon
The'most pn.li.,l1n,,it of these, is that be
tween New Yzor-k and Liverpool. Tht
trade between these two cities is great
than between any other two points in ti


world so distant from each other.
M r. King ie.C.,r-' to the fact that all line
of fine pacl,,-id sii|s which ply bt.tine,-i those
cities are .owned in New-York. and have re
sisted and even annihilated all filreign corn
petition, and the committee see no re:tso
why American ,toimdhips should be les
successful. -The committee recommend
the establishment of a line of steamers t
Havre also, to the consideration of th
.House. N. Orleans, as bih:-iir the point
entry, deposit, and export for the vast corr
merce of the 5Ilt:-i-ilpli, ought to be cor
nected with the great air iii n.'el e,!s iniende
tu extend the m-iils of this' Government, t
the' other side of the ocean. A line (
steamers is, therefore lpUiiio.pl aln.u th
coast from New York to NewzOilean
formnilig a regular connection with the gre;
Atlantic line, and toucliin- aat Mobile, S;
vannah, Charie!0in anI Nod1;,Ik.
The reinaiinin branch of the tiliject r<
ferred to the c,)inmiitee is the manner i
trrnsportinz the mail across the isthint
and to the Aieericain s,"ttlemnts on "the P;
cific it is esii:rlated that our commerce
in that ocean isof lthe value of twenty mi
lions of d.-jl: r, and employs twenty thot
i,]' inl"ri, .It is propn o,e,! to 1r11 1 asle r nn
from New Orleans to Chagres.or Beli2
twice a inondi, for the lr'ai snii,?-ion of tl
mail to Oregon and the navalV.squadrorii
the gul, and for the conveane tile co01e-zpndencep fo.rour merchant vesse
in that sea, say at the Sandwith' Island
Then follow some caleulations as to tl
amount of receipts ou lthi-s route, which,


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O We have no apology to offer for the
ack of editorial in to-day's paper. There g
s nothing of the least importance from the
Rio Grande. The Foreign News and the r(
-ews from Washington, we give in extenso. ir
There are no local items of interest. We 13
had a good Oration on the 4th-as good a hI
dinner as the market afforded "-plenty of S
:ood wine, patriotic toasts, and gentlemen e
lightly infatuated "as the evening sun was o
declining." -On Sunday we had-not a
ermon, for all of our spiritual advisers have
deserted us-but a glorious summer rain, it
which was highly refreshing, s
We had an idea or two in our head out r
if which to manufacture editorial, but they s
were "knocked into a cocked-hat" yester- c
lay morning by the clamor of old Tom's" c
bell and bellows lungs. %
0J The ship Henry. Capt. SALTER, b
from Charleston, in coming in to the East s
Pass, on Thursday night last, ran ashore
opposite the Light on Dog Island. The
steamboat Viola went to her assistance on
Friday morning, but returned without being '
able to get her off. The ship now lies a
about thirty yards from the beach, her bow t
being in about five, and her stern in eight, t
feet water. It is the impression of those I
who we have heard speak on the subject,
that she cannot be got off.
O?" Among the reports of the day is one
that if Santa Anna, who at the last dates
was still at Havana, should be recalled to
the Presidency of Mexico, he will carry
out an arrangement which is alleged to have
been made through one of his agents, with
the Government at Washington. This ar-
rangement, it is said, embraces:-first-
peace with this country on the part of Mex-
ico-second, the acknowledgment of the
Rlio Grande as the Southern boundary of t
the United States-and third, the acquisi-
tion of California by purchase.
0:7- The Hon. ALEXANDER H. EVER-
ETT, U. S. Commissioner to China, and
his lady sailed from New York on the 22d
of June in the ship Cohota for Canton.-
Four missionaries, with their ladies, and a
Chinese convert are passengers in the same
vessel.

fljP A Convention of delegates favorable
to the prosecution of the public works of
the State of New York, and particularly
the immediate enlargement of the Erie Ca-
nal, assembled at Rochester on the 191h
ult. Resolutions were adopted in keeping
with the objects of the Convention, and a
committee was appointed to draft a memo-
rial for the signature of the citizens general-
ly remonstrating against any provision in
the new Constitution imposing restrictions
tipon the Legislature in the prosecution of
the Public Works.
PENNSYLVANIA VIEWS OF THE TARIFF.
The Philadelphia Sentinel, a singularly
temperate and wise-judging paper, yet still
a very able supporter of Mr. Polk and his
general administration, has these remarks
on the proposition to repeal the tariff, which
we commend to the attention of its breth-
ren of the Locofoco ranks in Congress:-
THE TARIFF.-The anti-tariff men are
prodigiously inconsistent just at this time.
The old theory, [hat they advanced and
clung to, was, that high duties overflow the
treasury..ttence Mr. Walker's report, sug-
gested the propriety of" br'inaing it down to
the revenue standard, whchi means just
enough to let the Government live from
hand to month. But-now, that the admin-
istration will, in consequence of the war,
have occasion for not only Treasury notes,
but as much as can possibly be obtained
from duties, the anti-tariff omeo, insist that
the low duties, in accordance with Mr.
Walker's bill or the bill of Mr. MeKay,
will bring more money into the Treasury
than the present Tariff law. How utterly
inconsistent is this with their heretofore
doctrine. Besides, all exllorienice shews
that low duties do not fill the Treasury, nor
the pockets of the anti-tairiff men. This
was shown when we had our duties dowu 10
20 iKer cent., at which time the South was
terribly aff.cede, with bad limes, and the na-
tional government stood so near zero in the
European money market lhat no one wonld
lend us a cent; our national promises being
thlen of no value in the money market of"
llhe world.


Besides, the Southern papers have re-
cently published, that the present tariff law
was intended to be only a temporary enact-
ment, and Pave as a reasonfor Governor
Wright's votin:!; for ihis tariff, was that the
Treasury w:is f mapty and had to .be replen-
ished. Willi hese facts staring the mem-
bers of Congress in the 1fce, we cannot be-
lieve that they willalter the present tariff.


THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER,. 1
General Waddy Thompson, in his recent 0
book on Mexico, has the following digres- s
sion on our great national river:
It uoo'l seem that the only valuable gift I
which a bountiful Provipence has withheld a
from Mexico is that of navigable streams. a
There is no such thing as a steamboat run- b
ning a single mile in any river in the whole
republic. Perhaps there are not five hun- f
dred mi-les of all their rivers which are nav- v
igable for boats of the smallest size. It t
may be that the progressive improvement in
the science of railroads may furnish the
means of supplying this defect. I do not t
doubt that a railroad from Vera Cruz to the V
city of Mexico, constructed at almost any
cost, would be extremely profitable to the
holders. A very large proportion of all the c
European manufactures ,nd mnerchandize L
which are consumed in Mexico are landed t
at Vera Cruz, and carried to the city of
Mexico on mules, at a very high rate of
freight, and thence distributed all over the f
Republic. The distance from the city of i
Mexico to Acapulco is not more than one
hundred and seventy miles, and by extend-
ing the railroad to that point the great de-
sideratum of connection between the Atlan- t
tic and Pacific Oceans would be accom-
plished. The elevation to be overcome is
about eight thousand five hundred feet. I
am not sufficiently versed in such matters
io say whether the thing is practical, but if
tt is, I should have no hesitation in saying
that the investment would pay a good inter-
est even if the road should cost two hun-
dred thousand dollars a mile. The com-
merce of Mexico alone would insure this,
and if to that can be added the immense
trade of India and China, it would be diffi-
cult even to conjecture the future profits.
I have not rnuch faith in the Indian race ev-
er being induced to labor--but if anything
could accomplish this, it would be such a
measure as I have indicated. Industry lan-
guishes without adequate reward ; and there
is nothing which so stimulates production
as the facility of transportation.' I believe
that next to the influence of our free insti-
tutions, there is no other element of the fu-
ture greatness and power of this country in
any degree equal in importance to the Mis-
sissippi river. I remember to have read in
.some of the memoirs of Bonaparte--1 ihink
in the volume written by the Abbe Marbeuf
-an account of the discussion between
T;dlle~ianl and Bonaparte when the latter
was about to cede Loiii-lan,< to the United
States, very much 1* opposition to the ad-
vice of Talleyrand; but Bonaparte, who
was very much the more far-seeing man,
knew that England would have seized upon
it, and therefore wisely ,h t ih.il I tO pIt it
out of harm's way. Talleyraud said to him
in this discussion: You have been anx-
ious to build up a navy. No nation ever
had a powerful military marine without first
hfni-iri a large commercial one; this you
cannot' have without commerce. This
country of Louisianan is capable of supply-
ing every want which France itself does not
produce, and in the interchange of these
you.may build up an extensive and prosper-
ous commerce." All of this is true.
Most of the other large rivers of the
r world run through very much the same lines
of latitude; not so with the Mississippi,
which flows through regions affording al-
most every variety of climate inhabited by
,'ivilized man, and supplies the productions,
f mineral and agricultural, of every part of
the globe--therpeltries of the frozen forests
I of the Rocky Mountains, the grains of the
t north-western S :.,i'-,s, iIe ta -otiron, sugar, and
- rice of the south-western, and lower down,
the fruits of the tropic. We may get into
- a steamboat at the Balize, and ascend the
f river two thousand miles to the Falls of St.
s Anthony, winliut any perceptible difference
. in the widlh or breadth of the stream, bor-
dered for the whole length by the broadest
* and, most fertile lands in the world. T.n
. there are the Red River, Arkansas and 3its-
souri, navigable, for two or three thousand
I miles, and terminating as yet in a'erra in-
'*cognita,--to say nothing of the Ohio, Cure-
1 blintl.nd Tennessee and niinylu others, any of
- whul,;l would be regarded as great rivers any
* here else. M.lilihus wohld never have felt
, any fears, if he had a-c~ende,1 the 31ississip-
+- pi, of p op ullitiou overmiuni rii sublsistence.
t No one who ha-i never ascenuded "that river,


the task.
THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT.
OREGON' TERRITORY.-Mr. Humeasked
whether the Government had been officially
informed that the President of the United
States had received directions from Con-
gress to give notice to this country of their
intention to terminate the joint occupancy
of the Oregon territory.
Sir R. Peel-I can have no objection to
answer the question the Hon. gentleman
has put to me, by stating that the American
President has given to her Majesty's Go-
vernment the formal notice necessary for
the termination of the existing convention;
that the notice was given with the view of
leadingto an amicable adjustment of the
differences between the two countries.-
(Hear, hear.)
FREIGHTS AT LIvERPOOL.-The warlike
tidings, per Cambria, have tended to check
shipments in some degree, and a few houses
decling to ship in American bouioms has
caused some little inquiry for British ves-
sels. There is not, however, a single Ame-
rican ship in the port unfixed. Theamount
of freight going forward is still limited; and,
in the absence of much demand for passen-
gerships, business must be considered dull,
notwithstanding the unusual scarcity of
tonnage.
From the Cape of Good Hope we learn
that the Kafirs have been giving some un-
easiness to the provincial Government.
IRELAND.
PROSECUTION 'AGAINST THE NATION
NEWSPAPER.-The crown hhs served notice
of Mr. Duffy, proprietor of the Nation, that
the prosecution for sedition, founded upon
an article that appeared in that journal seve-
ral months ago, on the use of railways as
military roads in Ireland, is to be brought to
trial on Saturday, the 12th inst., before the
Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench,
The Dublin correspondent of the Morn-
ing Chronicle of Thursday last says: "The
use of Indian meal has now become quite
general throughout the country, and the
people prefer it to the potato, the enormous
price of which, for some months past, had
placed it beyond the reach of the laboring
classes. One good effect of this change in'
the food of the humbler classes is a reduc-
tion in the price of potatoes, both for seed
and for immediate consumption."
The Repeal Association in Dublin, on
Mond-iy, was more than usually lively, in
crilseqienre of the presence of Air. O'Con-
nell. Rumors have prevailed, f1orsome time
past, that differences existed between him
and M r. Smith O'Brien, and it was'asserted


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pulaition, wealth and power, to which
e country which it washes is certainly
shined.
Perhaps, in one point of view, the Mexi-
ns are fortunate in having no such river,
r if they bad it is not possible that they
)uld be permitted to retain the possession
f the country-nor unless they improve
e advantages so profusely showered on a
nd so favored, would it be right that they
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[From the N. 0. Com. Times.]
MYSTERIOUS, AND PERHAPS IMPOR-
TANT,
An eminent commercial house in this
city, has received instructions to charter a
vessel, either for Vera Cruz or Tampico,
for the purpose of conveying thither a gen-
tleman who has recently arrived at the
North, from England, together with four
companions. The letter to that effect,
which has been exhibited to, us, states that
the party in question having powerful rea-
sons for avoiding the Havana route, applied
to our Government, at Washington, for
permission to proceed to Mexico tunmolest-
ed, and to charter a vessel with that view at
New Orleans. The request was not only
granted, but instructions have been forward-
ed to Commodore Connor to facilitate the
object of the travellers, by transferring them
on board of an English man-of-war, from
whence they can be easily landed at either
of the above-mentioned places. The ves-
sel will be ready to leave by the first of
July.
The gentleman in question is a near rela-
tive of the Mexican Ambassador in London,
and is waiting, probably at New York, for
despatches by the Caledonia steamer, now
due. His movements may have some con-
nexion with the existing state of affairs in
Mexico. At all events, the inference is not
improbable.
PRIVATEERS alias PIRATES.-Capt. Le-
land, of Ihe brig Louis Walsh, from Kings-
tont Ja., which she left on the 17th inst.,
arrived here yesterday, and informs us that,
a few days before he set sail, the brig Tele-
graph, Capt. Young, from New Orleans,
had reached the former port, bringing intel-
ligence of a rather startling character. Capt.
Young slates that on the 6th inst.. when he
was off Cape Antonio, he saw a piratical-
looking schooner, with two American schoo-
ners alongside of her, which she had cap-
tured, firing into an American ship. He
saw her fire two guns into the latter. The
Telegraph hoisted British colors, and bore
away for Kingston. where she arrived on the
9th inst. It is reported at Kingston, that
there are eight or ten privateers on the coast
of Cuba. We trust, since Capt. Young
says he distinctly saw the schooner fire into
one of our ships, and consequently there is
an appearance of authenticity about the re-
port. that cruisers will be immediately desa
patched from Pensacola to look after this
mysterious rover.
A CHANCE FOR SPECULATIoNi.-Under
this caption, the Y-azoo City Whig, after
observing that the pay of the officers and
soldiers of the Army will amount to a little
over fourteen millions of dollars a year, goes
on to suggest that Government give the job
of whipping the Mexicans to the States of
Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Tennes-
see, Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, and
Texas, which they will undertake to exe-
cute for eight millions, thereby effecting a
saving of six millions of dollars to Uncle
Sam.
This getting whipped by contracts is
rather a novel idea, but we doubt not the
Mexicans would speedily accommodate them-
selves to the change, even at half price.
DINNER To MR. CABELL.-From the
Palatka Whig Banner, we have the extreme
gratification to learn that' Mr. CABELL is
again fairly before the people of Florida, as
a candidate for Congress. He is a gentle-
man of distinguished character and fine at-
tainments, and richly deserves the full con-
fidence of the people. Of his success we
have scarcely a doubt. On the 12th inst.,
he visited Palatka, partook of a public din-
ner, and made a most eloquent and impress-
ive speech. Col. BENJAMIN HOPKINS pre-
sided, and a large number of gentlemen
were present. The Bannersays that on the
occasion "hilarity and fine feeling prevailed
over the festivity--and, altogether, a hear-
tier and a happier set of fellows never sat
down to the festive board.".
May this, to the Whigs of Florida, be
but the prelude to that greater and more
universal triumph, which, we trust, they
shall have reason to celebrate next autumn.
[Savannah Republican,

GoING TO LAw.--Two Dutchmen, who
built and used in common a smali bridge
over a small stream which ran through their
farms, had a dispute concerning certain re-
paiirs which it required, after a time; one
of them declining to bear any, portion of
the expense necessary to the purchase of
two or three new planks. Finally, the ag-
grieved party went to a neighboring lawyer,
and placing ten dollars in his hand, said.
"I'll give you ;all dish moneys, if you'll
make Hans do justice raft.de pridge.*'--
How much will it cost to repair the
bridgee" asked the honest counsellor of
the determined litigant. "tWell, den, nat
"more ash five tollar," replied the Dutchman.
""Very well," said the lawyer,, pocketing
,one of the notes, and giving him the other,
l"rake this, and go and gel the bridge


repaired; it's the best course you can
takee." Yans," said the Dutchman, slow-
ly. .y-a-a-s; dat ish more, better as to
quarrel mit Hans;" but as he went along
home, he shook his bead frequently, as if
unable after all quite clearly to see how he
1 had gained anything by going to law.
[Knickerbocker.
i .* .,
s THE REV. SOL SMITH.-Amongst the
passengers taken up by the North American
- steamboat to St. Louis, from the wreck of
the National, was a woman and her six
] children, who had lost their natural protec-
tor by the disaster. A collection was pro-
' posed by a Rev. gentleman, and the party
s pitched upon "to carry round the bat" was
: no less a personage than the Rev. Sol
e Smith. He managed to raise about forty
e dollars.-[N. 0. Delta.

e NIMrOD'S AUTOBIOGRiAPH.---I was born
, in March, in the midst of all sorts Of weath-
e er and people. My life. thus far, has Ieen
a almost a continual march. ,When I first
looked upon the world, the' weather and
0 several of father's bills were unsettled; con-
s seqienlly, I was born in rain, in poverty,
. in Connecticut and in a house, My father
however, as I grew up, had the care and
means to give me a middlling education, ant
a a good flogging when 1 deserved :it, for
- which I am obliged to:-be obliged. The
e first is a blessing that I shall never forget
I, and the other dressing that I can't helI
g' but remember. Under his kind care -an
cuffs, and a food mother's love and rineo


pies, I progressed sadlyoin digging potatoes
and deviltry. On the 61b of May, 1840, I
graduated in a ten acre lot, a6d had a wide
field before, where- the harve'sf was ripe
and the laborers few"-0only one lazy nigger
sleeping beside the fence. Graduated ; that
-is, father said 1 wassufficient, .and woud do
to'travel." So I0ocomoted.
Gentleness, which belongs to virtue, is to
he carefully distinguished from the mean
spirit of cowards and the fawning accent of
sycophants. It removes no just right from
fear, it gives up no important truth from
flattery ; it Is indeed, not only consistent
with a firm mind, but it necessarily requires
a manly spirit and a fixed principle in order
to give it any real value.

A gentleman asked a wag the other day
the reason why so many uf the tall gentle-
men were old bachelors? The reply was,
that they were obliged to lie cornerwise in
bed to keep their feet in, and a wife would
be in the way.


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the matter bo laid on (he table, which was
agreed to, yeas 99, nays 63. This does
not indicate an early decision upon the
que,tion.
The Tariff bill wvas taken up and discussed
the whole day, by Mr. Young of Ky., in
opposition to the bill, andI Messrs Owen of
Indiana, Collins ofN.- Y.., and Chipman of
MIichi.an in favoi of it;.
The debate was dull enough ; and it was
not attended to byrthe House. Each speech
was an elaborate essay addressed not so
nmich hto the Holise as to the constituents
of the several members.
In the Senrkte, to-day, the resolution of
Mr. Johnsou of: La. directinm-that the sub-
ject of llie o6nnmas land parents be submit-
ted to the Attorney General for his opinion
as to their validity, was passed,
Mr. Westcott offered a resolution calling
for the letter of Gen. Gaines of the 7111 of
January last, which was agreed tojr
The Warehouse bill was called up by Mr.
Dix, who explained the objects and princi-
ples. He showed, satisfactorily, that the
bill would promote not only the commercial
interests, the manufacturing interests, but
the interests of commerce. The subject
was postponed toWednesday next.
I learn that the difficulty that occurred
yesterday between Mr. Yancey annd Mr.
Stephens. has been adjusted by the interpo-
sition of friends.
IWAsftxToiN, June 21.
The death of Mr. Herrick, which occur-
red -last night, will be announced to-mot--
row, and prevent the transaction of business
in Congress for that and, perhaps the suc-w
ceedina day. Mr. Herrick, represented a-
disirict on the Hudson river, opposite to
Albany.
It was expected that the nominations for
the army, under the supplemental bill,
would be sent into the Senate to-morrow.
It is a matter of certainty that Gen. Hous.
ton would have been nominated as one of
the Major-Generals. had more than one ad-
ditinal office of that grade been created.
Bat, as there is to be but one, it is general-
ly supposed that ihe office will be conferred
on General Taylor. I find, however, that,
in the opinion of some, Geo. Houston is to
be the man.
We hear no one mentioned for the offices
of Brigadier Generals, except Mr. Jefferson
Davis, of Mississippi, and Mr. Barrow, Sen-
ator from Louisiana.
Though this. is the summer solstice, the
day is uncomfortably cold.
Mr. Barrow has been recommended by
the whole Senate, and Mr. Davis has been
sirongly urved. Mr. Davis is a graduate of
West Point Academy, and has served in
the army. His first wile was a daughter of
Gen. Taylor.
Some apprehension is felt that the Asiatic
cholera is on its march to and through this
continent. The identity in the character of
the present season with that of 1832, and of
the-diseases and symptoms which preceded
the onset of that plague, serve to increase
the apprehensions which is founded upon
the intelligence of the progress of the chol-
era abroad. It appears, however, that the
rumor of the actual appearance of the dis-
order in Canada is unfounded.
It i-3 still believed that Mr. Buchanan is
going out of the State Department very
soon. But it is now said that Mr. Buchan-
an will prefer to go to England, in the room
of Mr. M'Lane; who is about to return
home on account of bad health.
"WASHINGTON, June 22.
It is now well ascertained that Mr. Pak-
enhatn has no insirnclions to offer the me-
diaiion of Gre;it Britain between the United
Suites anud Mexico. [here can scarcely
be a douht, however, that the British Gov-
ernment is well disposed to promote an ear-
ly seulement of the difficulties between the
two nations, before ve shall have quite ab-
sorbh d 31exicot If Great Britain had in-
tended to interfere in a hostile or unfriendly
manner in this war, she would not have
seilled the Oregon question, on terms so fa-
vorable lo us.
I learn th',t the Senate intend tO take
some steps lo define the character of our
ntiisundleislanding with Mexico, and the pro-
per terins l ilts adjustment; in other words,
they intend lo iflirt~ae nipasuires? for a speedy
restoration of pence. That the Senate, by
their coarse on the Oregon question brought
it to a favorable issue there is no doubt.
The procee'lings of Congress have` been
interrupted by llhe dftllit of a member, Mr.
He,'riek. of "New York. He attended to
his duties in the H-ouse on Tuesday. On
Sat urday inorniuii Is illness assumed a dan-
gerous chir;acler, ard lhe died that evening.
Mr. Carroll announced the event in the
House, anti delivered a eulogy on (he de-
-ceased. Mr. Dix .did the same in the
Senate.
Col. Cilley, of N."H. appeared and was
qualified as Senator from New-Hampshire,
for the remainder of tlhe uinexlpired term of
MIr. \Woodbury. Mr. Cillev is first Whig
"Senator sent i'rom New-Hamplshire since


the year 1S-7. .
We have had a rumor that tlhis Govern-
ment has received n proposition from Psre-
des to renew negoiamions 0or peace. The
President would Mot listen. however, to any
thing but a direct offer of terms. No more
f temporising will be endured.
The funer,,l of Mr.i Herrick will take
place al 1"2. tro-morrow, and of course no
business will be transacted.
i "WASHINGTON, June 24.
The funeral of the late Mr. Her-rick took
a place to-day, a discourse was pronounced
- by the Chaplain of tire House, and the so-
- lemniries were attended by the' President
v anld his Cabinet. The two Houses did not
take up any business.
In consequence of this interruption of
' public business, it has been again proposed
f by some of' the members to adjourn from
n ihe Gil of July to the 1st of October next.
- Many members and Senators were consult-
. ed on nhis subject Io-day, and the project
I found much I.,vor. All those who are op-
- posed to a reduction of the Tariff. are in fd-
ni vor of this scheme, for it will, by delay, a.s
e they think, help lo defeat tlat measure.
;. Some are also opposed to continuing the
d Session dilring tie nionih of July, which
- will certainly be necessary, if the revenue
)f measures are to be perfected.
Thie Ware-House bill is to come up to
r- nmorrow in the Senate. There will bemucl
e opposition to it, and much difficulty asil
i- its details. The measure will. undoubted
y ly, promote the commerce and the naviga
it tion of the country, improve the revenue


and benefit consumers. It will also allevi-
ate the evil of the Sub-Treasury, a measure
which will certainly be adopted, and in view
of which so much panic already exists in
the commercial community.
Letters received here, daily, by members
of Congress, from the commercial towns,
represent that, if the Sub-Treasury Bill
passes, the Government cannot obtain a
loan, and that Treasury notes cannot be kep
-at par.
The objectof Commander Slidell Mac-
kenzie's mission to Havana, has been vari-
ously represented. Some have supposed
that it has reference to Santa Anna's revolu-
tionizing Mexico, and requiring power, and
making peace with the United States. But
the avowed object of his visit is to ascertain
whether there is to be any privateering
,against our commerce, and, if so, to take
measures to prevent it; and, also, to pur-
chase the two Mexican steamers for this
government,
The rumor Is confirmed that the Senate
will take in hand measures for adjusting the
Mexican difficulty. Mr. M'Duffie is to in-
troduce the measure. Mr. Calhoun, as you
may remember, endeavored to have the war
Bill postponed. If he had succeeded, he
would, as be had said to his friends, have
offered a proposition that would have pre-
vented the war, and rendered it unne-
cessary.
[From the Whig Banner.]
PUBLIC DINNER TO MR. CABELL, AT
PALATKA.
JUNE 12, 1846.
fOne of the most pleasing records we have
to make in this, our first number of the
Whig Banner," is the public dinner given
to Mr. CABELL, at Palatka. The dinner
was ample, abounding in all the varieties of
game, fish, vegetables, &c., for which this
portion of East Florida is so justly celebra-
ted. Captain Wightman (lone his very best,
and we venture to say has established a re-
putation for good eating, good drinking, and
ready attendauce, that will not leave him in
a hurry. Owing to some little difference in
the time in which Mr. Cahell was expected
from St. Augustine, plates were not laid
until about 4 o'clock. A goodly number of
the staunch yeomanry of the East, full of
Whig spirit-confident in the success of
their principles, and joyous to see and have
a talk with their favorite candidate, took
seats. Col. Ben. Hopkins-every one knows
what a genuine fellow the Colonel is-pre-
sided. Captain Wightman, that famous
"old salt," assisted at the lower end of the
table. On' the right of the Colonel sat Mr.
Cabell, on the left, Mr. A. H. Cole, a gen-
tleman well respected every where and al-
though a whole-teamed Loco had no hesi-
tation in munching his corn with Mr. Ca-
bell. On the left of Sir Archy sat the Whig
Banner, and the boys fell in, round and
about, up and down, the thing came so
naturally. 0, it was a glorious scene!
Knives rattled, plates clattered, and the best
kind of justice was done to the "goods the
Gods provided." Wit flew; good liquor cir-
culated. Hilarity and fine feeling prevailed
over the festivity-andaltogether, a heartier
and a happier set of fellows never sat down
to the festive board. Our temperance
Whigs enjoyed themselves to admiration;
they gave and took the joke-passed the
"pure pellucid1"---"lead off the dance,"
and gave "hard knocks" every where.
After the removal of the cloth, then came
the regular toasts; these were responded to
by the company in the right American spi-
'rit, and although there were many gentle-
men present who were unused to excite-
ment on any subject, yet every one caught
fire, and every voice was raised to swell the
general acclaim.
REGULAR TOASTS.
1. Our gallant army on the Rio Grande.
2. Oregon. Whig doctrine. The whole
or none."
3. Floridians. Never backward when
their country calls.
4. The whigs in Congress. First for
peace, the first io war.
The President then offered the following :
Hon. E. C. Cabell---The victim of a po-
litical majority in Congress, May the com-
ing election veto their decision by hundreds.
On the announcement of this toast, Mr.
Cabell rose and addressed the company at
considerable length. [Having so much on
our hands this week in order to get out our
sheet, we have been unable to write out
Mr. C,'s remarks from our notes in time.
We shall publish them next paper.] Mr.
C. concluded with the following sentiment :
East Florida--The generous hospitality
of her citizens entitles them to tbe possess-
ion of her rich and prolific soil and climate.
5. The tide of emigration to the East.
Your hand, fellow whig!
6. The removal of the Seminoles now in
the country. Whigs! see to it.
7. The immediate payment of the remain-
ing claims of our fellow citizens for merito-
rious service in the late Indian war.
8. T he immediate disposal of Territorial


scrip.
9. Our constitution, our laws, and our
independelnce-":they must and will be pre-
served" by the people.
1 10. Parties. F'ssential to the preserva-
tion of liberty when founded upon prinri-
ples-subversive of liberty when founded
upon devotion to men.
11. The Floridai Whigs of 1845-Firm
to their principles then; they will prove as
true in 46.
12. The rights of the adopted citizen-
Republican brotherhood.
13. The Fair of our land-Loved and
cherished.I In their bright smiles we cull
happiness; in their devotion we realize bliss
[Here follows a number of patriotic toasts
by individuals, which want of space compels
n's to omit. It is needless to say that we
are gratified at these indications ofapproba-
lion and sympathy for Mr. Cabell from the
people. Conscious as we are of his worth
and knowing, as we do, that his course
throughout has been dictated wholly by a
sense of public duty, we should be'lost to
every honorable feeling did we not wil-nes
s3tiuch indications with pleasute.-Tallahas
D sec Sentinel.-J

- A St. Louis paper tells us a story of
1 diselonsolate widower who seeing the re
a mains of his late %ife lowered into the grav
- exclaimed with tears in his eyes. -Wel
- I've lost my cows, but I never bad anything
', to cut like this' ;


change of the ministry. It appears, for the
Portugese, to have been more than ordina-
rily an energetic affair.
[Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.]
WAS.iNGoroN, June IS.
A very disa-areeable altercation took place
lo-day in the Houe, between Mr. Stephens.
of Georgia, and Mr. Yancry. of Alabama.
It left an unpleasant impression upon the
; House, and may lead Io other restlts-
The opinion is that Mr. Yancey was un-
necessarily and intentionally personal and
harsh. No man ii lthe House is more re-
spected ihian Mr. Stephens.
Mr. Stephens. a day or two nuo, spoke
upon the subject of the origin of the Mexi-
can war, and expressed his opininn that it
was provoked by the advance of the United
States troops upon tire Rio Grande. Mr.
Yancey replied and vindicated the course
-of tire war. This morning, Mr. Stephens
rose and obtained leave to make a personal
explanation. He produced Mr. Yaucey's
version of hiis speech, which lie found in tire
Union' this morning, and referred to some
portion of it that reflected on him, (Mr. S.)
He declared that lthis speech, as published.
lihad not been delivered in tire House, and
he went on to notice sore of its reniarks
upon him. (31r. S.) Air. Yancey replied,
"and Mr. Siephens rejoined. Boih parties
became very warm and very bitter and per-
sonal. The altercation waq suffered to drop
by Mr. Sephlieos, afier Mr. Ynncey had
showeredi epithets ;ind acciisalions upon
"him. Mr. S. will not. prob.jhiy, trouble the
House any more with tire mailer.
These "personal exp)lainaions" are only
*excuses for persuon:nl quarrels, and they
oughtht no longer to be pernuilled.
SThe Tariff was it last taken up in (lie
House. Mr. McKay did not open the de-
'bale. He reserves himself for a reply to
the oppoiewts of ithe Bill. Mr. Seaborn
Jones expl,hined nod advocated the Bill.
The Bill was proposed, originally, as a peace
tiensure, but as we were now in a state of
iWair. some modificanioin would be necessary,
hich, he said. would be proposed by tlie
0oinmiliee of "Ways ard Means.
Air. Jones refer,, no doubt, lo the duties
proposed Iby the Secretary ol'ilie Treasury,
as war d(,lies, on lea, coffee and other arti-
cles now free.
Mr. M'Lean. of Pennsvlvania, and Mr.
,M'llvaine, of Pennsylvhnia, occnupied an
4houir each in ',defence of the prulecive.
system.
Mr. E. B. Holimes, of New York. avail-
S ed h i self of' this o lpp ,,rltunily lo i ahe a
speech a!ainsit the Mexican war. 1 ,
The 'Pariff hill was laid asidp till io-mor-
row. :inl the invalit pprisio, bill ll, en up.
In life Sen:,ie, Mr. Allen's resolution re-
scindiiig the 40(h rule of the Senrie, and
Ihereby throwing open (lie doors and galle-
ries during tire discussions in Executive
Session. was cusideredl. Mr. Allen tinged
that there was no use in keeping up the
form ofi' connfidentill debliie and proceed-
ina-3. when. in substance, thev %%ere imtpr.ac-
ticdible. He referred to several uews|pal)ers
bil;ore him for evidence in tlieir columns.
That. in spile of' all fire injiinciions ol' the
Senate, every thing implrlmt done or said
here. wn: fin do il.,tely finale known. A Ifull,
insie:i, of' a patnal pIubliatin of' the pro-
ceeilingvs was desirable.
Air. Allen's motion was rejected-yeas
13. tays 3S.
'*" Tlhe Sen;ale tlnk np the bill to reduce
and -r;aliatp the price of ihe pihlic lands,
and mnad',e some progress in it. Thie Senmte
then went into Executive Sressiun on the
; Oregon Treaiv.
M1r. McDuiffie has an inipnriant duly to
perform as Chairmnar of' tle Comininilee of
Foreign Aff.rs of llie Senite. He is un-
pledi-ed on the subject of'ilie Mexican war.
He Ih:s given no opinion, as yet. nn llie
subject; where.is, Mr. Calhoun hI:,d ex-
pressed lite *lpininn ilit our gnve vrnment
otgtllr toi p;ai,;e afl'er tikin,, possession ol
[lie cointirv on the Pro Grande.
P. S.-T'he Sepmje. this evening. nt five
o'chock, ailj,,urnied, after having rali~fitd llhe
Oreg'on "Trea/ i.
Tlhe vote. actorilinga to rumor, was for
ratification ,.9, against it 1.4.
""\a W nr:.GTir, JUne 19;
The following; was lthe vole, ;as I learn, in
llhe SenteniL, Ulin llhe ratiilicerlon of the Ore-
gon Treaty, viz/:
EAS--Me<,-r'. Arch,=r, A.hle,,, B.^by, Bar-
row, I-Ira,,,ii, Ilrr,,n, C ,Ihollin. C hlrlne~is. Thl, s.
;'Clayioi, .1,:hi lM. tld t,',, (.' Svis, L)a\'to, Di\, Evajii.< (Gre,,'- H.-rw^^ d. Hous-
tnn. Hum~nitison, .]nll,]Soi. ofll' .ml.tnd, J>.llr-ion,
or Li,.,.i-ianm, I_'?wi- 51t n'D, i~. 51M. tnlu M\llle-r,
.M orehe.iil. Ni1'-. r,,,rre', Ptiin\l"'uek,-r, I'h'-Ip%
Rus.k, Se ,,r, Sirn~n',,, .'pIe~hli, Trney, Ilr'!ha!),
Webh-i,r. \\',-st'<,.n, \\'o')drLnd','. \'l ni*e--41.
NAVS--tMes.-,leuts Allen, Atchii'"n, ,,\lierton,
: Breeze, ]Briliil, C'-i.,li'r~ii, ("'d S, Llicklli.-.ni, Fdlr-
field, H nnrim-. n, .J.. in.,agin, Sf-inpl, Sturge;on--14
il< All the Senatiors uvere present ;and voting
except MIr. Crittenden,, nlo was accidental-
.ly absent.
General Arms'trong;, Consul of the U. S.
S at Liverpool, camie over in llhe Greatt Wes-


X f.-2 tern wih special despntches from Mr.
M'Laue to this government, and 'is now
here. I learn that lie Vrouight iniportrint
advices in relation lo the Oregon treav. It
appears that the offer ainde to the Uniled
States by the Britishi Government. was ap-
proved by a rmijoriiy of only ONE vote in
lthe Privy Council. Sir Robert Peel himself
/ voted in the nenitlicc.. Mr. NM'Lane slale-s
further, 0li.i if the nem-s of lthe Mexican
War bad been received bi"ore the question
was taken, the offer would not have been
made, and nn other offer.
The early ratificaiiou of the treaty by tihe
United States, will prevent any cnnsequen-
I ces from Hie reliei:inee of the British GoV
S erninenti 1 ito adjiist thl question. The treaty
i' will no doubt be r;lified on the other side
; But, bv the Crtlelnia, we learn that Mrr
Pakenham has been insirticied to offer th(
meditation of Great Britain in lhe afAirs o
the United St;ite; and Mexico. We learn
also that the French Government It's in
creased their squadron in lhe Weit Indits
Fromn Ihese circumstances, some ap|prehlend
that they bode no good to i1s. Great B'ri
f ain will interfere aund settle the question
between n? -and Mexico, ifsshe can, before
we have conquered tIle northern proninces
It would appear tlhat France ;anJ England
are not disposed to countenance our pro
ject of absorbing the northern provinces o
Mexico.
In the House, to-day, Mr. McKay offer
ed a resolution for the termination of th
tariff debate, on the 30th-lJune. Mr., Houas
ton of Alabama, moved to fix Saturda
week. Mr. Pollock of Pena., moved th:


For New York.
THE splendid packet brig TYBEE,
i McCormack, master, will have dispatch,
,aor deck freight or passage, apply to the
master or to : :
. July 7. NOURS,, STONE & 6o.
NOTICE,-Six months after public ion' of
this notice, application will be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for
a final settlement of the'administration of the
estate of William Bryan, deceased, late of said.
coqnty.. -.I ELIJAH BRYAN, I..,
June 30, 1846. 25-6m Administrator.


T AKE NOTICE-Thirty days after-the publi-
cation of this notice, 1. shall apply .to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for the County of Frank-
Jin, for the appointment of Commissioners to a&-
lot and sell off the dower of the undersigned in
the estate of Ebenezer J. Wood deceased, late of
the county Of Franklin. .


MAIL'ARRANGEMENT.
Leaves Chattaboochee Thursdays, 1 P. M.
Arrives at Apalachicola Saturdays, 12 M.
Leaves Tuesdays, 9 A. M.
Arrives at Chattahoochee, Thursdays, 12 M.


M. A. WOOD.
Apalachicola, June 23,1846. 23-1m,"-'

FOREIGN-PERIOlIC-1091
REPUBLICATIONDOF
The London Quarterly Igeviewc
The Edinburgh Review,
The Foreign Quarterly Reviewf
The Westminster eview, ..


REMARKS ON THE MARKET.
COTTON.-Our cotton market may be said to be
closed for the season. There is none on sale.
FREEOHTS.-Since odt last. in consequence of
several arrivals the rates have slightly given way.
We notice the engagements of two brigs and one
ship for New York at 5-8c. and some small par.
cels taken to fill up at 5-8d. for Liverpool.


COTTON STATEMENT. Last
-- year.
Stock on hand 1st Sept .........4 3
Received past week............. -
previously........110,303
Total .... bales -110,307151606
Exported past week ........... 2,493
4 previously .......... 98,825
Total...........--101,318149019
On hand and on shipboard not cleared .8,989 2587


EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHIOOLA
Commencing 1st Septernbcr 1845-aud same
time in 1844.


WfiITHER EXPORTED.


Liverpool ............
Havre ................
Nantz..... .... ...,.-
Trieste ...............
Genoa..........-. ..
Other ports.....,......
Total to For. ]Ports.
New York.... ..&....
Boston ...............
Providence ... ......
Philadelphia .........
Baltimore............
New Orleans.........
Other ports ...........
Total Coastwise ....
TOTAL-BALES..


pat -IPrevi-l OTAL Last
week lously-. I season
. .1531 .33741 .35272..46817
...... ...4858..4858 ..2587
...... ...... ...... .. 2594
...... ...... ... .. ..5012
..2421
....'9'50*.9*5*0 *1490
..1531 .39549 .41080 .60921
..962.3i5-91 3255-3.87
...... .12880.1280 .25494
...... ..6965 ..6965..8616
......... 932.,.932. 2498
......2. 494 .2494 ..18
...... ..2974 ..2=4 ..8616
...... ..2040 ..2040 ..2013
...962 .59276 .60238 .88098
..... ....... 101318 149019


MANIFEST OF CARGO
Per Steamer Augusta)
Prip .No. 1, froma Eufaula to Apalachicola.
WHEATON, Master.
5 bbls. Turpentine. to E. McCully.
40 Sheep, to order.
12 doz. Chickens, 20 lbs. Butter 46 doz. Eggs,
I bag Peaches, 1 do. Apples, 1 quarter Beef. 1 lot
Melons, to B.16. Hawley.
14 doz. Corn, 1 bbl. Apples, 1-2 doz. Pumpkins,
to Mansion House.
Eggs, Butter and Chickens, to UD. G. Raney.
Chickens, Butter, Eggs, and Meal, to A. P.
Ellis.
1 Koon Skin, 6 doz. Chickeus; 5 gallons Milk,
to I. D. Bugbee
1 koop Chickens, 1 Eggs, 2 box Butter, E. B.
Whitmarsh.
1 Cash Package, 1 Tom Cat, one Sheep Shank,
(to make a hasty plate of soup,") for Old Shin
Bone."
PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Augusta-Maj George F Baltzell,
Messrs B 8 Hawley, N Baker, and Bowen.
EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Blanchard-1531 bales
colton.
NEW YORK-Per brig Alabama-587 bales
cotton.
Per brig Leonora-375 bales cotton.


PORT OF APALACHICOLA..........July 7.


CLEARED. '
June 30--Brig Alabama, Allen, for New York,
by Wm G Porter & Co.
July 3-Brig Leonora, Mandueil, for New York,
by Wm G Porter & Co.
Schr St. Rosa, Webb, for New Orleans.
July 6-Ship Blanchard, Blanchard, for Liver-
pool, by Chas Rogers & Co.
ARRIVED.
July 2-Brig Tybee, McCormack, fm Provi-
dence, to Nourse, Stone & Co.
Schr St Rosa, Webb, fm New Orleans.
July 6-Ship Marianna, Coffin, fin New York.
Brig Choctaw, Smith, fm Boston.
Steamer Augusta, Wheaton, fm Eufaula.


- -* F or Sa le. '-,.- .... ,. *-
Q[ A'BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20.
2 30 do Tin; -: do 1-3 X, ;-
50 bdls Sheet Iron, Nos,12 to 2U,
Braziers'and Sheething Copper,.-
Block Tin, Lead, Iron and Tind'dBivets,
Bucket Ears, Bar Iron, Hoop Iron,'
Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale' ard re-
tail, by r + : ': ' Nov I ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.


LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.,
SHIP -
Marianna, Coffin, 379 tons, for New York, load-
ing--Master.
-. .. ... ....- .__ A B Q E S ... .. --
Sarah Sheaff, Sands, 401 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-J Day & Co.
John Brower, Hubbs, 310 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-Hill, Dawson & Uo.
Curtis, Outerbidge, 249 tons, fr New York, load-
ing-Master.
BRTG-S. "
Tybee, McCormack, 329 tons, for New York,
loading-Nourse, Stone & Co. I
Choctaw, Smith, 195 tons, for New.York, load-
ing-Master.


Perfumery.
S "lOLOGNE, Laviender, Fiorrda Waters, Ex-
tract, Violeta, J assmine, Amber, Portugal,
&c. So3ps, Preston Saits, Otto of' Ro-e?. &c.
J31n21 J. C. ALLEN.


Saddlery for Sale at Cost and
r. Charges&, ... :-
H AVING on hand an assortment 'f Saddles,
.Bridles, &c, &P. I will di!Rpose of them as
above fir ea-.h.
On hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will
be sold for Cash. Y
March "28 P. HOBART


NOTICE E.-Mr. CLINTON THIGPIN, is my
duly, author.ised agent during my absence
from the State of Florida.
J. W. BABCOCK.
Apalachicola, July 7,1846. 27-4t
N OTICE.-PETER HOBART, Esq., is my
authorised agent during my absence from
the State of Florida.
HENRY, G. GUYON.'
Apalachicola,,June 30, 1846:
N OTICE.-Mr. JNO. S. HUTCHINSON is
I N : our authorised'agent duing our absence from'
the Stale. I -MATHER & BARRY.
June 13, 1846. -' -


JUST received per brig Morea, from N. York,
50 keo Nos. 1 and *2 Lead ; 100 gals. boiled
Linseed Oil ; 500 lbs. F'tuttyv; 20 boxes S5hy 10
and 10 by 2Glass ; '30 doz. pints Congress Spring
Water; 101) Ibs fresh Tamarins; Gum and Orget
S.,rtp, fiur sale by
May 16. H. F. ABELL.
Boots and Shoes.
BOYS' andA Men's Rusiet Brogans,
Men'i -;ew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans,
Gpnt-i fine Call". Brozans,
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes, Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes,
Super Ladies' Gaiter Bnt-s,
Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boaots,
A large and extensirveassortment, jusl received,
and for 4ale by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
I Nov 29 4 1 Water street.


N TOTICE-CHARLES J. SHEPARD is my
IN duly authorised agent while-I am absent
from the State of Florida. '
June6,1546. 23-4t J. W. RINALDL






II I- I---


A.;T_


E. B. WHIITMARSTH.
8-(3 r


|


t


Iron, Nails, &4.
2)1 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizeg,.
2.J 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted quatities
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils,
20 .English and American Vises,
20 Beellows,
12 dozen Sp-',d-,s. rd Shovels,
S10 Co1lin's Axes,
10 bxs Cotton and ,Voolkn Cards.
1, case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saw-,
1000 lbs Cast and German Stee!, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.
"OLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsam,
' for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, ,Liver
Complaint, and all diseases of the throat'and
lungs, for sale by
April 11 H. F. ABELL.


-Bagging and Hope.
, ff r PCS. Kentucky .... "
100 100 coils Rope ; :; ., Hessians.
4 bales F., -i,,= Twine, for sale by
Wi\l. 1;- PORTER.& Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street,


Drugs and Fledicines.
THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-
CINES, which he will warrant pure
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of the dav or night.
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts.


Egsal .Noties.


A SUCKER" IN A WARM BATH.
Our friend of the "Italian Baths" has
just about the nicest arrangement in the
shape of a l).th, th it an up-river man can
desire; but still he h1:isn' after all',got the
"latest to-ilh" in-the way'of his cocks-and
that we found o it '-recently at the St.
Ci,,rl,1' Hotel, New Orleans. ..We called
i to see our o,1Al, iiii |'i|:,cc, the liista
lai IV, who does the towels, '-i'- n,-Id who-
more stretch to Ir, gil.lle- re, nl,'.s noth-
ill-- fle'shv, in p,'.' i,.,.,i-, except it be Fal-
stiff. disguised, ;i'! he "-m woman of Brent-
ford," in the Merry Wives." We were
shown inio the biir,._ room, and there we
discovered that an entire new plan of let-
ting on" and letling off" tihe water had
been introduced. We saw a shining brass
plate, with three pollrh-d l nidhs, having
a "c r k," turn. ,andl eleiINlv lettered bo-
Snotath, "Hot," Cold," ,-14Waste."
'Dy'e iin lr>tand the cocks?" said Mirs.
MeTowell.
"Oh, certainly," ,siid we-for the credit
of St. Louis and -Italian Baths." The
fat nist ress of the 'mysteries shut herself
out;.we went to work very confidently at
th'e handles, heard a desperate gurgling
up ihrou hll the poli-ied ,I ratings in the
lb11l1o0, of the ",!l"--pepared ourselves
leisurely for the luxury, and-but we have
another story, to tell a1,-utl the matter ; and,
as tlhat other is rather the richer of the two,
we shall ,tnlv say that, between hot" and
'"cold," we never Were so cocked in our
life. After a dI,:.p,_-nr te struggle, having
nI m';'c,! 0 -get ;1 1 l)It u'.in the "improved
p1411" without ext.i).inz our ignorance, we
left the place, and were metrat the corner
by a rough but estimable fiiod from north-
ern Illinois-one who has made a fortune
among the' ",dli,.,iis," and who can afford
to take a "splurge" eveiy now and then-
so he terms his occasional visits to the large
cities.
You, haint bin takin' a bath, hev ye ?"
said he.
Oh. yes," was the reply.
"In them ,.,'e-r brass-handle consarns ?"
"Yes," snid we, "a great improvement-
obviates the inconvenience of the noise and
dash of the old plan."
We hope.i:it ihik.; public confession may
prove some atonement, but we certainly
did talk to our more ingenious friend Lin-
Lluliiiwzlv. ,R e roared out I .m-21l,., and
giv,. us his own experience of the matter.
"Old Mrs,. Cornied there," said he,
"axed me ifI I 'knew the cocks,' and [
tole her, yes' in course-'eause I had bathed
a few, I reckon', though not with them kind
o' f\iti int-i I tukty: n, tarns 'eim all, and
there was. all kinds, f i lt i r below ; but
when ready, there wasn't a mile Of water in
the ldlst,-,1 thing! It jest nat'rally run out
as fast as it run in, and thlen I know'd-what
waste' meant. W ell, 1 jest f -s.,e;I with it
fust up, and then down, and then one side,
and then t',iVtli0r, till I allowed I'd shut the
darn'd thini up, cause the 'tub be., in to fill.
Well, it I, pii fillin' and filling till I reck-
oned it was about right, and in I went, one
Teg,,buti-holy Egypt! out I cum again,
howling! The cussed, elorril cold' one
hadn't worked, I s'pose, and I couldn't a
eum out wuss from a seven biler explosion.!
Old seven hundred weight kl'kird at the
door; 'perhaps yer don't u ilpr,>I the
cocks?' says ;he; 'Cock thunder!' I sung
out-but 1 didn't want her in, to laugh at
me, and I wan't exactly fit to be seen by a
lady', either; if she was fat; so I said it was
nothing and tried again to get the hang of
theconsarned h:i,.h.ll-s-i: i by this time the
tub was quite fuil, and bilin', at that, and I
kept turning wil w.,.i ,li,' till I rather guess
1 must a i,.n<-,1 h, c.,il one without stop-
ping the hot ; and as it was brimming before,
it just now naturally overrun, and pre-haps
lhereik wasn't the darndest rise all over that
c irpet, in about two minutes, that ever you
did see. The cussed cocks wouldn't stop-
none on 'em, and I was hp',i' abohout in the
waier, and had to sing for old futty any how !
I'd.rather gin a farm, by thunder, but out
I snn,, and h.,If>pen'-d the door'fore I 're-
collecied ii),-,iut my i.,,stoome/ Back went
ohld I'afiv aa:,in-i the centre .able, and broke
.a pitehe," *r,,,I [h.,Ipi',] on to a chair and
into my pants, and then 1 broke for one of
the opposileh ,ii'~in. rooms and looked my-
self in, :,,,. tohld the ohld woman I'd give her
ten dollars if she'd swaib up, hand me my
Sl1irt, .and say nothin-nal,.i it! 1 ,1,)u't
know whether she has or not but I almost
died ar laffin', spite of my scalded leg, when-
ever I think of it !"
"I tell you what," added oUr'qnckor
friend, I don't mind your Ii.lninj; a laugh,
but if you go (o puhlishin', this in the !Re-
vi:.ll', 1'1l shoot you, by gosh!
We beg to assure our friends that we
roni.[',{:r ourselves shot.
[>St. Louis Reveill[e.
POLICE IREPOtLT IN IRHYME.
Tur. RosE AND THE LIPs.--A huge
block of" charcoal, natned Valentine Rose,


gave one Oliver Fletcher a pl,e on the
nose; the which he defended by pledging
his life, that. Fletcher had tried to make
love to his wife and the poke on the nose
whi o- .took---so--a-iswr-a.S-- r--a x el j h e
cost of a runaway kiss. "Then," said
Fletcher, "now, bossy, I'll swear by the
book, the dibbel a lo,,, from his woman I
took." Then," said Rose, now look
dar, when I heard him quite plain." "And
Dinah confessed it," cried Fletcher again.
" Well, sposin' [ did-but I didn't, Va
Rose-it hab nuffin to do with my innocent
nose'! 'If my lip hab been guilty, it's hidn
you should whip, and not break my nose
for de fault ob my lip." ,'No," said Rose
"for the nose hab deserved the disgrace
for dat was the fust ring you shub'd in her
face; an' I wish for to teach that nose. bos.
sy, you see, that if he pokes at Dinah-
gosh! I'll poke at he!"
Said his worship, "Begone,' or I'll poke
ye down stairs." And the darkies that in-
stant both made themselves scarce.
NO SIR-EE.
"Kiss me, Kate!"
,No, Sir-ee."
$"Why not, Kate? Do I not love yot
better than any thing else?".
My goodness-gracious I should think
so !-What a fool you are John."
"Why so, Kate?"
'> '-1 Why,9 no sir-ee,' means yes!"
Seene closes-John in an enviable posi,
tion.,

ttWhoo-ror for the spirit of the West!"
as the fellow said yesterday who got druuk
a on Monongaliela.


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OTICE-All persons having claims against
John Jenkins, late of Franklin county, de-
ceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed bylawn,
or this notice will be plea ii ba'r of their reco-
very, and all persons indebted to said estate, are
requested to make immediate payment.
B. ELLiSON, Adin'r.
Apalachicola, June 4, 1646. 23-2m
NTOTICE-qSix \eceks after date, I will apply
to the Judge of Probate of Franklin Couniy
ror letters of administration upon the estate o(
Joseph C. Burdsall, late of ;aid cou0 ty, deceased.
Said Judge, having ordered, that addi't-ional
bond be given by the Administrator, by the 1l01 of
July next, in default therein, his letters will be
revoked.
THOMAS ORMAN.
Apalacahicola, June 6, 1856. 23-6t
A TOTICE-Six Weeks after date, I will apply
J-^ to the Judle of Probate for Franklin county
for letters of administration upon the estate ol
Samuel Simpson, late of said county, deceased-
as said Judge has noted deliilt in the late Exec
utor to sid estate, and revoked his powers to act.
THOMAS ORMAN.
Apalachicola, May 14. 1S1G. 20 Clw


Jackson Circuit 4
SPRING '1
The Farmers' Bank of Virginia,
SCompi't.


Court.
TERM, 1846.


vs. C In unancery.
Thomaq M. White, Adm'r, &c. j
et. al. Defendants. J
IT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that
.[Rotirt W.V. Willians, one of the defe,,danls,
resid.bs beyond the limits of the State of Florida,
to wit, in the State of Virginia. It is therefore
ordered.l that said defendant appearand answer the
said complainalt's bill of c.,:, ,1 ,ir, within fA ur
months fromn Ihe d.-te of tle first publication of
this order, otherwise the said complainant's bill
of complaint shall be taken as against the said
Robert W. Williams as and for confessed, accor-
ding to the form of the Statute in such case made
and provided. It is furtitet ordered, That a copy
of' this order be published in some newspaper
printed and published once a week for four months.
Dated this eight day of Mav, A. D. 154'!.
THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.
A true extract from the minutes of the Court.
NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk.
C. H. DuPoNT, Counsel and
Solicitor for Compl't.
May 8, 1846. mav30 3 -,1m
Franklin al r' f".t. Court.
IN CHANCERY.
'Mary Ann Rouen,
vs. Bill for Divorce.
John Rouen.
T a')pearimz from the affidavit of the Solicitor
of the complainant, that the defendant, John
Rfuen, resides beyond the hImits of the State of
Fi,-rida. It is ordered that publication ha made
in the Commercial. Advertiser omee a week lfor the
space of' four nm nths, of the i.istitutin of this
silit,,'r;;uri'shim to appear and answer to the
said bill on or before the first day o Otober '
or the sime will he t.akpn as contes-ed a-ainst,
him, and ,much further ordeIr made in the premises
as to the Court n'sv sfem proper.
(A Copy-Teste )
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
May 16,18846. 20-4m
AT CHAMB,,VE.R7,- MA.RCH 2S, 1.'-.-16-
Cir-clit Court FraBill County.
Hez'ekiah Nash, )
vs. 5 Petition to foreclose mort-
Sidney R. Ford and gage.
Elizibeth A. Ford. 5
W"1.T'b.REAS, a petition has been this day filed
iin the Clerk's office of tile Circuit Court of
Franklin County, to forelose mortgage o!' cei tain
household furniture, made and executed in Di-ca-
tur county, Ge-ogia, on the 28oh day of Ant-us',
1S 4"; and it ap hearingg to ihe ,0ti-i,,ction :,l the
Court, 'by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the
defe!;dants Sidney R. Ford and Eliz:thet! A. Ford
rcside b),yoyid t:;e limits of the Slate of' 11 1,:.rida :
it is ordered thatsaid defendants do apie)er a,.d
91-e their objections, if they have a.y, within 15
diys bel'ore the first day ot the ensuing fall term
of this Court, otherwise said pelition shall be
taken pro cont'esso; provided that doe publica-
tion of this order be made in the Corm-nercial
Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two
months, successively. (A fCopy-Teste.)
IWM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
April 18, 1846. P16-2m


FOR the cure of Diipepsia or Indigestion, Bil-
ious and nervous Headache, Constipa'ion,
Diarrahoea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravef, Flatu-
lencv, &c. For sa:e wholesale and retail, by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


Balsam of Liverwort.
A REMEDY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptoms,
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAM OF LIvERWORT, which he pre-
pares at 375 EOWERY. This plan oft'reatment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is,
and h:is 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 (
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. '-Franklin says a small leak will sin4k a'
big ship." Therefore, cure yotr coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
-- Apalachicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Dctor TAYLOR'S
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent ccufi-
terteits signed by Gordon J, Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it is
protected by tile U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 2i, 1846. 12-1y
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
H-EALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body Iproduced
bv the use of TAIARri ANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed to be
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
,the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Hea+-
ache, Heartt urn, habitual Costivenes9,&c.
Traveller." and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any acc-
' mulation of' bile, is portable, and the method f
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; ,hey-will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c. .


Warraut,'s Compound Extract of
Cnbcbs an;1d Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
' efficacy; it performs a cure
"'*-) "-:/ in few days-no confine-
i~f' A 'lL ` \', ent or restriction in diet,
is necessary. It will be
^i ^ '*-'^-s^ V^fmnd inv~aluable,bein2 pre-
la ,y' *r- i pred with the greatest
.'14* possible (are, upon well
\" Atested principles t;1unded
S'" ^ ipon that important law,
'< :r..1, j_ first establish-d by (lie cel-
in :.z ^y ; ebrated Dr. Fordvce, viv:
_U '(-*,* (hat a combinat ion of.sim-
ilar remedies would produce a m(re certain,
speedv,.a'nd considerable effect, than any equiva-
lent d,,se of a',y single one.' In many cases the
disease isentirehr prevented by its timely applica-
tion. For'sale hv
/ Nov 5). J. C. ALLEN. Drum i.t. &c.


S ITOiCE-qix months after date, I will apply
i_ l to the tHon. Probate Court of FramUon
Counts, for a final discharge from the administra-
tion of the estate of Amorv Roger%, deceased
B. T. CARO, Adm'r.
BENTJ. ELLISON,- Agrelt.
Apilachicola, April 4, 1S16. 1 -6m
rOTICE--After -ix rnonth's (ublicati'n ;f
this notice, T shalt apply to the Judze of
Probate, for Fr inklin county, to he disehanraed
from thrt admini~lration of the estate of Oliver
C. Raymond, late of said enmity, dreased.
BEN F. NOU'RSF,
MarIch 23, 15,4P. Adm'r. de bon iqnon.
OTICI-'--ix rmontns after date I wilt apply
to th> I Prhale Corot of Fra nklin Co'-Iro.,
1,r a fin-l discharge trom the admiiii'r:,lion and
cnfIce of execu!i"r of the estate of David Rich-
ardson, deceased.


Voutl& atA SS LzSS~t--AI 9ia lc icktlC f'or
Cie PiUCs.
PHYSTCIANS and Chemists have long been
anxious to discover a medicine that would
cure one of the most troublesome diseases,,Ihe
Piles Snccess has at last been the result. Dr.
JACKSON'S PILE EIMBROCATION n ot only stops
all bleeding, allayvs pam and inflammation, sub-
dues that intolerahle itehin~g, but efiectuallh cures,
like a charm, and in a very short time, crios
whose lives have been rendered miserabhle for
years. For sale by J C ALLEN,
Sole Agent for Apalachicola.


statue Tax Ceoleclor's Sale.
P-UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that :six
.months afler daite I will expose to s-le at
public onicry, opposite the Court Hoouse door,
in the City of Apalachicla, county of Franklin,
the f',llow :ng Lots, lyi-ig and bti!:g in said City,
,Qs tie pro,)er!y of the fil.,wi 'g pers'mrs, for
Taxes d&i said State for the year 184.5, as per
pl'in of C'iiv.


13-4m


March 29, 1S4G.


Drngs, 31edicines, &c.
A LAHGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
cines, &c. consisting in part of the follow-
ing articles :--50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, and hf
pt,;- 5 bxs Houck's Panacea ; 10 bxs Olive Oil;
40 kegs EpsCm Salts; 10 bbls Copperas; 10 lbs
Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London Mustard ; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemcn Syrup ;
10 keg, Pearlagh ; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
Powders ; 20 lbs English Calomel ; 20 doz Spts
Turpentine, and a general assortment of all arti-
cles in the Drug line, for. Country Merchants,
Planters and Physicians. For sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.
Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Doooks for Letter.Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just icceived and for sale by
IMarch 1 H. F. ABELL.
I)AINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White
Lead; 200 -,,ialls Winter Lamp Oil; 300 galls
I.inseed Oil; 50 hxs assorted Glass ; 500 lbs Put-
tv; 100 0 .sorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Qchre, Green Paint, just
received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


Lotis. | i/,,,i/, | On'tiirs. | 'j't,F~s.
2 40 Czm pneti, .')
9 and 12 El Calhioun & Ross, 1 GO

7 and 12 BI Wm. Mathers or assigns' 2 90)
4 2S Dr M achan, 4'l
1 J H. N. Morris, s8

6 and 7 C2 Jacob Harvey, 1 60

JOHN LUCAg', Sheriff,
and ex-Oflicjo State Tax Collector.


i ACOUSTIC OIL!.
i rvTHE ONLY CURE FOR1 N-\
\- -EAFNESS,

FOR tie cure of I0DEAF.'q.s., .iPains, and the
dicharzes of matter from the Ears. Also,
a!l those disagreeable nises like the buzzing of'
insects, falling of water, whizzing of sleam, &c.
&c., which are symptoms of approaching-deaf-
ness, and also generally atterid&,nt with the dis-
e;)se. Many persons who have bven deaf tor ten,
fiteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to
use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two
b Battles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made
perfectly well. Physicians nid Surgeous highly
recommended its use. For sale by
J C ALLEN, S:.Ile Agent
March 2S 13-4mr for Apalachicola.
aa"'inct WVorTI [ S1op.
STHI subscriber is now m readiness
i -'--*' -i o m anmlfactnre new, or repair old,
Furnittire, with promptness and de-
spatch, and solicits the patroimge of his old (pay-
inrz) customers, and ho)pes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new oe--t
PETER !OTART.
"t5- Shop in third story of Brick Buildinz, cor-.
ner Chestnut and Watcr sts. Nov S.
A Card.
i]pE undpr'i:ned hav,,g purchased from Mr.
TB. S. l,)wl-;V Lhis entire ftock of' Drugts,
Me.dwcines, Paints, Oils, Gl:s Ware, Sho, i ["ur-
niture, &c. will continue 1'ns bizinp sale ant Retail, at the old sta'id corner of\ Water
and ('!,,. -l.irsts,aand bers leave tos( ? to hJis frierid-,
and former patrons of tCe esrabtishment t nat hIis
stock is complete, embracin_ every article umnailly
kept in South-ern Druz S:. i -, and from, arrauige-
mnmts recently efnacted, will be regularly supplied
with fre-;h staple articles.
Physieins, Planters, Country Merehant:s and
others will find it to their interest to call and ex-
amine his stock and prices All orders will be
promply attended to in person by
March 1, rS'G. -1 H. F. ABELL.
G3IBSON & CLAPP, 22 Water street, have
G this day received per schr Helen, from New
Orleans and ofler for sale
2 W 4aLls Linseed Oil; 200 lbs Putty;
100) Refined Sperm Oil;
50 boxes Glass assorted sizes ;
2) diz boxes Fancy Toilet Soap;
150 lbs Trernnt Starch ; -
30 kegs No. 1 White Lead;
10 Paris Green : 10 do Chrome do;
.10 Chrome Yellow;'
100 assorted Paint Brushes, &c. feb2$ 9


Apalachicola, Jan. 21, 1S16.


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AT CHAMiJt.K',, MARCH 16, 1P46.
Franklia Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Alphonse Loubat,
vs.
George-W. Harrison and M'arza-
ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
David G. Raney and Harrier F.
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud-
son, Alexandpr McAlpin and
Ogden HuaLerty, A-signees of Bill to fore-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort-
Bogart and John N. Hawth,)rn, gage on ilrs
constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. 9 and
& Hawthorn; David M._itland, 12 in blociz
David S. Kennedy, Henry La- El, in the
very, JaJimes S. Branden and city of Ap-
Hamiltnn M1rray, constituting alachiccla.
the firm of Branden & Murray;
-- Crumby and -- Dra-
per, constiluling the firm of
Crumby & Draper; Wil-
son and -- Gale, visible
partners of the firm nf Wil'onn,
Gale & Co. and James Brown. J
"IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the above named defendants do not reside
within the State of Florida, but within the
United States;,It'is therefore ordered, that pub-
lication be made in. the Cornmercial Advertiser,
once a.week,, for the space of fotr moril hs, of the
institution of said suit, requiring them to appear
and answer to the sq:id bill of foreclosure on 'r
before Ithe expiration, of that time, or said bill
will be taken as con,7essed against ihem and sbch
further order given in the premises as tu the
Court may seem meet.
(A Copy--Teste.)
I WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
March 20, I20 ,1 -2-.4m
'Frans !t3il CJr^tu,'l Court.
FRANKLIN COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Be njamin M. Griffin, ..
vs. Foreclosure of Mortgage.
James Y Smith. )
T HE defendant and all others are hereby noti-
_. fied that the petition to iforeclose a mortgage
o.f the defendant on his interest in the steam boat
Albany, has this day been filed in the office of
the Clerk of said Court, and that judgmrnent will
be prayedtor at the next fall term of said Court.
A. G. SEMMES,
: June 11, 1S-6.24-4m. Att'y for Pertinner.
lFranklnn Counly.
FIRST DfS['PMICf JUSTICE'S COURT.
A. G. Semmes, )
vs. Attachment.
Aaron B. Marvin. I
r-PHE defendant is notified of the institution of
L the 'cire,.ing suit by attachment, returnable
to the April term of" said-Court.


stnte T.ax Col1eclor's Sale.
BY virtue of the power vested in mne by law,
I shall expose for sale, before the Court
House door in the county of'Ca!houn, 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 IS '5:-The S
W I section 33, township 3, range 1, joining the
town of Iola on the west, and the Apilachicola
River on the east, purporting to belong, to H. V.
Sell. Alo, W x, S E } sacrion 14, t:,wnship 1,
range 8, N and W; N I, j section 2"1, tovnship, 1,
r'n-igo 8, N' and W ; fractional s:,ction 21, ditto
3G, ditto, 35, pnl-porylill to -) loh g to) ThoT h as M.
Bush, joining the. lands of Mrs. Thomas a;id the
Apalachicola Rivor. Also, 40 acres land purport-
i;i: to belong to Jdmes Htudson, i.i'.i, Jame.-i
Nail's land and the Armona, No. not knmvn.
Also, 8!;i acres land,, nrp.ortirig to belong to P. M.c-
Cormick, jining Strah NalIs arid the A'mona,
No. rnt known. Alo, the- land, puroorii'i.c no
belong to the A lal 'l icola Iand Cinpaiy, 1', ihil,-
in the county of Cal'ioiun, boundA d east hv the
Apalachicola River, and west by Old River,
known as Bird's Islait, and plitt of' Forbes-' Pur-
chase. ISAAC JACKSON, SherifF
and ex-nftieio Tax Collector, Calhoun Co.
May 30, 1S46. 23-Gm


,CI


Spring Goods.
UST arrived I.er brig Metarnora-
Rich Fancy Prints-English and American,
New style ;.n i very superior Ginghams,
China Lawiis, for Ladies' Dresses,
Ladies' Facvy Dresses, in pattern,-
8-10 and 12-4 Musquito Lace Netting-double
and single.
50 pcs ploid and white corded do do.
L-,dles' iai.cy Sin Shades and Parasols,
Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,
F,'irured Muslins, Balzarines and other styles of
Goods, ft r Spring Dresses.
Ladies' Kid Walking Shoes, Buskins and Gaiters,
Do bl,.ck and colored Kid Slippers and Ties,
Florence, Loghorn, Open-work and Dunstable
Siraw Bo!-netts,
Pl.in, slri ed and figured Swiss and Jackonet
Muslins.
Besid--s mtany other articles which the subscriber
intends to sell very low.
March 2" F. KOPMAN.


Dry G0oods.
HE subscribers offer for sale a large and, sea.-
J l._, stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
;..al t ,_,f ,
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super E iglish arid French Cloths,
W{,11 ,,-s I;l ,,,:ets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
D,,,dl lI ,,.l,.-% 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlirns and Cottonades,
Brown ,' :wI.; ._. and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
/ Irish L inen, -.i r,,, I., and l,.,.-.i:,,,.
P.!..i,,'h.=,i Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French, and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere-d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin do Laine,
English, Scotch'and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hlfs,
Super English and Ponmee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
M ,,, ,14 and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super 3I ,I., il and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,.
...... Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet anid Cambric .i,-1i,,% .
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c
Which have been- selected with great Care in
N-.-v York and Boston, '..,,n IImporters and Agents
of ,Nf v,,f,,'mni -,-., at the lowest tm'arket rates, and
are now offered at wholes-de or etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov. 29, 1845. .41 Water street.

H AVING disposed o' .my entire stock of
Drugs and Medicines to Mr. H. F. Abell,
in retiring from the business, I take occasion to
return to the public, my friends and customers,
my thanks for the patronage they have bestow,,d
upon the establishment while under my control;
and T take pleasure in recommending my successor
to them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit
for him a continuance of the custom heretofore
so liberally extended to me.
March I B, S. HAWLEY.


Wr" in .l'nt Oi Con sstl*y.
TAX CO I. L0,CT()OR'S SALE.
W ILL he sold on toe second Monday in Sep-
tember next, (Ilth) at the Court-house
door, at Roache's Bluff in Washington county,
within the usu.dl hours olf sale, the following pro-
pertv, to wit :
FRur hundred and eiL-hty acres of land, lying
in Hlme's Vaflley, levid on as the pro:)erty of
the estate of Jacob A. Bl Ikwell, and to be sold
for the taxes fOr the year 1815.
Al'o, :e huidred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of
---- BackQtone, and to be sold' for the taxes
For the year 1S45.
Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes'
Valley, levid on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1815.
Also, for:v acre of land, lyinY a on Bear Creek,
levied on as 'the properly of A. S. Bryanrt and to
be sold for the year 1S45.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing in Holmes' Valley, levied on as the property
of Henry Ahrens, and to be sold for the taxes for
the year 1845.
JOHN W. .COOK, Sheriff,
and ex-officio State Tax, Collector.
March 28, 1,846. 13-6m


Pai.-ts, oils, and Glass.
(IBSON & CLAPP,
WTOLESALEI AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Paints, Otis, Varni-hes, Turpentine, Window
Glass, &c.,
Will keep constantly on hand a good assort-
ment of MIXED PAINTS of All colors, for Steam
Boats, Shipping and Plantation use; together with
a variety of artiles in the painting line, too nu-
merous to mention.
Honse, Sign, and Steam Boat Painting, and
Glazing,, done wilh neatness and despatch, at
moderate prices, for cash
22 Water street, Apalachicola.
Jan. 10, 1845. ,


LSisi*tcr.
UST received 50.000 feet Yellow Pine LD'm-
ber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000
feet White'Pine, assorted f'rom A to 2 inch; which
will be sold low for the casb, hv
PETER IOBART.
No Lumber will be delivered from the-yard,
after this date unless paid for, or a written order
from a responsible person. March 28
HH HDS s't. Croix Sunar,
iU 20 do New )Orl.:ns Sugar, to arrive,
10 sacks Rio Col7ee ; 50 do Java,
4 cases HL4yson Tea,
,40 bxs Aromatic Tobacoo,
50 Mcttfd do. Brown's and Laoby's,
20 S,)erm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap,
100 ba.s S'lot ; 50 kezis Powder,
2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil,
200 kecs White Lead,-No 1. 'Extra and Pure.
For sale by W. ,G. PORTFR & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


Iron, Nails, &c.
HE sn-11scribers have. on hand and !,,.r sale,
wholesale and retail, low for Cas'. --
20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assorte 'Nails,,
5') kegs Spil'es, Wrought and Cut,
Sheet and Boiler Iron, -:
Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
Sugar and Coldren Kettles,
Cook and Parlor Sloves, Sad Irons,
Blacksmith's Fools, Hardware, -^
Britannia and Jappand Wares, Brass An.dirons,
Fire Dogs, Shovels and Tongs,
Ho, ks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Br:.?s,
M.irlin Spnn'Yarn, Manilla and Hemp (crdage,
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar,;.osif,
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.


State Tax 'Collector's aile.
F.'-;1,T 'MONDAY IN D]ECN.B..R-, TSI.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
shall txrpse for sale before the Cou't House
door, in the town of U,.r i ,'-i',, Jackson .county,.
Florida, on the-first Monday in D)ecember next,
the following properly,or so much thereof as will
pay the State .and County Taxes due thereon for
the vear IS45:
3.0 acres 2d rate land-Nos. nof known-pur-
porting to belong to Coonell & Mills.
80 acres of 3d rate land belonging-to John.
Davis.
12. acres of 3d rate Iand belonging to the estate
of Levin Brown, and adjoining the 16th section
at Brown's Ferry.,
320 acres of 2d rate land belonging to the estate'
of William Banks.
337 acres of ist 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
tannan. .
80 acres of" 2d 'rate land belonging to James
Morittbrt.
80 acres of 2d rate land belonging to Washing-
ton Mawo.
I,,,1 i.',.s of 2d rate land l,.1:,iih,]i to H enry
& 1-m. ,I Peoples.
I" .,,'re' of 3d rate land belonging tp Wiley:
Stewart.
80 acres of 3d rate land belonging to G. G.
Windham. .
160 acres of 1st rate land belonging to John
l. Wilson.
SAMUEL STEVEN, Sheriff and :
ex-officio Tax Collector Jackson C,,uriiv.
t 'Per JOHN T. MAryicK, Deputy.
Marianna, June 11, 1846. 24-ts


A. G. SEMMES.
1 "? :'m


1Vlarch 1~, 181R.


To 1'viw teV'_
TYPE FOUNDRY AND Pi LTER S' FUR-
.NISH1NG WAREHOUSE:
S IHE subscribers have opened a new Type
J1 Foundry in the city of New York, where
they are readyv t, -"' ,i., orders to any extent, for
anv kind" of Job or Fancv T^ !e, Ink, Prare'), Cases,
G dli \N, Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article,. ne-
cessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand
m materials. .
.The Type which are cut in. imitation of the
English letters, are cast in now Moulds, from an
entire ly new set of Matrixes with deep counters,
are warranted to be' unsuipassed by. any, and will
be sold to suit the times. All the type furnished
by us is "hand cast." The types from any foun-
dry can be matched at this establishment.
. Printing Presses furnished, also Steam Engines
of the most approved patterns.
0,- Composition Rollers cast for Printers.
I COK-ROFT & OVEREND,
Dec. 13, 1845. ly 68 Ann-st., New-York.

T HE-subscribF-r has just received from the
manufacturers and i,,,'1;i,, i a beautiful lot
:of Paper, Hangings, Foolsc~ap anrd Letter Paper,
Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, Prayer
E..i J*,, etc., o.l,i,:] he offers very low.
Feb'7 F. KOPMAN.


H'avan u Se-ars.
5~f Q00 BE'ST.Havana S...-n-, for sale

0:UU. Uby WOOD & Co,.
April'4 32 Water st.
B-a.'ggisg and Hgope.
f :k PCS. verv heavy Louisville, Man &
45U .- Co.' B,.i.tg; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March'7 J. DAY & Co...


Per. Ocuavia from New' Orleans.
REEIVED) as above a choice selection of
Family Groceries and Provisions; also, a
freh supplv of Spring and Summer Clothing,
*made up inthe latest stvie, for salebv Y "
: GIBSON & CLAPP,
March 21 22 Water street.
N t. ioce.
C ASTI wanted for sundry accounts of long
-'standing. All persons interested will take
due notice and govern thempelve accordingly, or
I will-- dun them ptr-oiiiI-'.,
March 28 PETER HOBART.


COffee. *
t'r p. BAGS Rio Coffee, landingfrom brig Vir-
1J 7 ginia, for sale by
April 18 J. DAY.& Co.,


Goio s on Consignment.
A SMALL assortment of Goods, consistingo
Coffee, Tea, Soap.,, Candles, Tobacco,
Gunpowder, Brandy, &c.,, is ofiered at Ne-w
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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COll I ERCIAL ADVERTISER\ ,-1 1rCBLlSUD I : JJttihir; Directors. 1cof. rJ'j .uai TCottcrs.i ." _i. ---ii 7FrC'm school, .'h ?-( ;the slate,-eh; ? School's; ito -!!! A DANCING JUKY.

r.VERT TCKSDAT BT ,I',I -- ---- --- --------- --- place make: devils in. eh? Don't lell! me The Staunton (Va.) Spectator relates!

: : T II fc IVY MAN. : Thomas II. Austin, \ SYDNIff GREEiV, M.I D [ the Tn-nton Daily News.] that you didn't irnke no C'fitSVhal's' that a hungry jury at a late hour, in Halifax .

n oSf 0 : COMMISSION 1 MERCHANT, err:: May b" fund at his residence. corner of! TO A FAITHLESS MARY. that, Sir, and) that. and THAT Sir! Now rounly commenced a regular dance to the

i *torv r tlt7.ir.* Huildins?, coiner of W.iLer Street, Ce.-jtre and High streets, opposite the Mansion; The linps below were written hy a y'mg I lawyerof take that and that, and THAT. Sir!" After tune of 'Vhere did you come from,' in
05rt cianaffrce and Chestnut streets. F.i. Masiacluifcetts, who wa> ji.U-d.: "The wit will rumaging; about for some minutes, he re- the room rile where
: __ Apalachiccla H0ura. 111S, bj t fjjiy .ip.Tfciaied !lIy tinj j'ioffs-.i 1 n. It i is a cu- directly over court- .
Tim)15. non, lid lint h. !!"CJtWillr died (.f a broken lunu'd) lo his platform, stood still, pricked! upon the sheriff was immediately sent by

_T.ir.'c I Ddhrs per annum I. S. Elau'cJ', Dn'. A.l'. CiH' I.nall, heart, notwith.-t.irdini; the brave show of levity in up his cars, and aJiu that he heard whispers Judge Leiih with orders to accommodate

".'.s..urn.. I."C"P.' .'..'roct i is deh.wdjin'uV FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, cr omc! over the Drug Store of B. S. hawley} this addr'ss to his taitlil'is niittte&s: slapped his (!ek! with the short! elastic the jury with a permanent dantin .room ia

11aI0Cl"rti'( .,' :. ril't1o:1 year, rive DOL- Ccr. "Water and Chestnut 5ti-fei- (entiance on Chrslmt street) IvLFideiicii at the SdV, Mary, canst t thou 8ympalm: whip till the silence which supervened was the county jail! where they would not be

\1'1 t PT"1111 h.' 4iIm1i1d.LIS A"rll.J Aivahrhici.h, Fa. iOIl"l l.ik-ly occupied by Dr. Kalt/ull. With one whose heatf'U bleeding1 like the miraculous, calm which comes in liable to be interrupted in their frolic.,
\\,1\\ for a 1i':! term th'm six Jitinary'lU.-: I IS ilL 2-If ComI1t'.rJ! ?p wake: from love's young: dream,
Sit 111. rlll'I tt".n!!! l11vuhh1y l b. ch n:.'. br1 I. 1). Bun: t::. 11 \!wnovi HOWARD And take to lJCCiitl pll'ading'I sitting-time over I the tumultuous billows nfGii'ollrr.elll1. This reminds us, says the editor of the

.'1t '-;111i i; wiU 1.1" (1C4)flhIitd? "1:1111it : Ris: bea & Iloxvarc :fie K. Owe BIS, The Good Boy sat secure in Portland) American of a jury we were
iHar For since I lost suit
j oiifl of the m} to you conscious innocence. but the
::1i: ,1'/1" d, UI\I ; the ATTORNEY AT LAW guilty trem once foreman of in Detroit. We couldn't
11 rr"rI.t4 rt. ,n.t COM MISSfOX( AND POK WARDING I c.in- not now a fraction,
r' MEKC HANTS.NH. CLAYTON, IJjibonr County: Ahbar-ja.: About :thentirronif( suits at law- bled.A 1 agree, and his honor I old us lie would keep
1 1i'wjrted ,
nf,1r11'111 I'Alr'ar':' '. ,.'..'..1'01e i S l\J1rp at ,the{t tWI'e followingSI I 7, Colarnbj-5 Illnclc! ; April ay, ibio.; e-tfTV. '1'ii'e H'IJ eI..s.. forms of-actiolJ.n'I.1in.ir.j'lo:1t lenient soother of the school-master's, u- there until we did, so we went back l*

od. ') t, ..',(.,Iv JJ.J lv. N.<\-.. 1, ISH I AmLirhicob Fa.WHOLESALE lv ch unb rftVtieu disquiet temper was Susan \V\nn, who the jury room looking mighty blank.
IE\IiV-I r took an honored seat beside him on the\\ Well, 'gentlemen,' snid we. there's a
rstP5: .. '' \ client' lei rue leisure,
en !ttll Oi" irmt'i ? a U !H': a it Hr, ;'. ,
her
"M-f'T.' .oc. .7 4)) f''eW"I"ti,. ...2 00() AND! G. :nr. Davis; In ra-iaui? o'er (U-j tried, joys \ platform to teeile geography. She was mighty pleasant! prospect for us. What
"itnll.. '%: .:" ".. ''I.! r*) w-A-, .. ..1 3Ti1'1 \o) RETAIL C.KOCr.R!: ATTONEY A T I fid a inoi'n.ful! pleasurc. entering! her second teen ; arid! to speak[ of shall!! we do V
to'1 l 2I'4rLIeui4r: lN-ntion$ |II liIIO i |)-itin I ? U,) family LAW,
] '"] ) !' OvMirlio'i i .. .. 1 (OJ) the rose which is just bursting open with its I Draw l lot',' said one.
:iinh'ijii i m.l shi!iii i; ttcres.No. i HowViMl! I firstI
Oillce; in knew that where
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s, n'-is tHrvimVr\ of inrX Flood's new 0111'1'1"/! ( spot refulgent 1 bosom to I the warmth of would S Lois be '
4 T-ni-" 'Utviiq; -U \U'atersiro.J, I Ile! Maiisnui! UIlIl (. Dtc ] :{, ]IS15.I suv iliv; form eihcri.il day, d-. hem, said another.
,- 1--: ,.--,11..1''! ''V'1.1.Ire MbjeCl: l tl) <>sce'llloafronihe c11"'C: 1_ Ainhchioob! Fh. Cnl. ah, ill irdiMtory limits! not convey the picture of half her chanfls. 1 move Mr. Foreman, we just tucker

"1q ab.ln' !!:-: A. (;. oraiitays, The venue's' not material.ncJ As Venus, from the sea, so this fair: creature old! Joscy out. Who has got a pack of

..JJ.rti W ,JV tit y-ar a iricnl disT"irv.ll' Diivs-J G. C2is'c5% ATTORNEY AT LAW.X misiht! have sprung from I the serene, unsullied cards ?' ,
: d lilt 4l1 :-ertt.r.rats not COMMISSION V; Ftfl\\',\ !:ri) .:. MERCHANT reading AicLboldV practice now
:; (( > J\o. 2 Simmon's of t the niountain-to Brilliant
Office, Cupt. rutItttiTtror. I azure Nobody had So
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: t-fitcj >Hii'\e "lis true, p. any. we got up or
tVr ovi 5nsne" as AND I E.\LIJ:;{ IX (iOOUS)
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) -min: ol Centre: & Coiirst'T! -'trcet.rMv5 Thai 1 conld! for their three
I, *D'l *.t tlv[I. rtifll. .: ll11t* by thCfl, No. l.'JVatcr: ( s-pt l1111'.11'1 upon ry s, beyond: any gazelle's voluptuous wrestling and boxing matches, and
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t'II: L' 1 ll I ",' :, Anhc'.bil1l1h.! Fla. An arch-bold. gill like you. softness as soft a bloom of the cheeksas worked with great earuestuess till one of thu
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"'1.. J', .1)1 1,111':110 f'ilh"r th". 'di- ..5.ATTORNEY. Law, Biit then, that bright blue eye sent forth :a young i beauty ever boasted( ; exquisitely jurors c.rifd our,

'/Vt..r 1. 'pr:; 0'1\) -'. a.JJ IIhI1 l1 'l'o'r '.\> to lnS'He [iap'IHJ, AT LAW A liio'J I 'jp.eiriut: : ; dartVliich eaived. nose, through whose tender fila 'There's Mike'

'"r II' 3rsrt'k)4' 'vItLTs \i.r; \M uir: MI. nn.M.Kn: IN \ ( like a :ptCi I l capLis, madeA Iu'nlllu'I light: shone like! alabaster! ; oh, red, Now Mike kept a capital eating cellar,

".l1i,-In: _--_.-_- -_ -_ -_----_-._- -_.__ SHOES, Day GOOI>S..CI.O THING I I II I.ATS, &c. lijinbiid: (Dccalur Co.)' Ga. piiaon-r: of l my heart. red, red lips I the well-bingu'ged; Daniel" and the window was open in n second. A

-. 3tii1rj; ; Dr ttt01i1.. C.'irtijiJ'ur G'c//, cJ- ViTill attend !piiKmllvheSpcnorConlof : | :) : I And! in \\'t'nJ.nl'E"Hfmy: heart, never- could do j justice: ; to bright, mariel- string of handkerchiefs; was made, with some

; --- .- octl 1 C'lPliuJlrot.'! A9La'1IirT13. : ria.. the! rnu'ities nf 1 Knly, Bdh'r and Dcr.jtrio: (11I 1' O.:[- f.til." |I"I tj! ; vacation In'I!)' bright! tue('k. ;and plenitude of curls! money and a note one end or which wai
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: 1'1"; J.!.;;; \\1:1: m-. EuseneVf..-Juger. .1. C. A5!(" l, (I lhcS.t' |till'>uI.s.O\ntllt'l'J IIr| ,:lern: ( ,, :a.id.nf t the c.,uitof; ThoinoS.t' iniATTORNT.Y : ; \:., I g.I\I'And :-i fiuul|1'1"/:. ID ilt.clruticn|\in -('Cite, ., Was lips I the (lii,"''tthuir of the poor woodcutter I not long in reaching Mike's hand. In a

(r'::31i & Co.. \Vllt,1"' il- -iii'l i I K"t.iil, I D'-ilT' :;in iiy : 'b Wynn., See her: sitting in dangerous few minutes the country embodied in the

fl'1": am'X MKKC11AXTS; DHUOMKJhi;! ; \E. Pl'TOILS, O:; l !iO: /.t frt: you t.ik'r, ; i Ilm< '- to ppad! propinquity! i iy to I the attentive I Sinbbs, jury, were seated round the table, eating: ,

"' 01 ...11.TO\\r.ltf strei'i, GLASS BRITCHES hi 'Nrc., &c. AT LAW (;ivc I hnp! for JTIV f"eii!: ,\- map i in I hand, each of them engaged in avail pie and cold thicken, smoking Havannas,
a )
'I1:1.1i.h., Fa.I ALHAXV, ..C'TILL The. doi'hti'il'! : ri" 'ifi\e, '\u'I'.-;"okt, ) search for the : Mtiall! of and) of the best
1''1 1..1. \ : .7 !Cr'7'.rq1 av\t>rintr.fjf tfBOOKS ,(:et1iltd bad for its duplicity.Ami I peculiarly town drinking some Madeira iu
--- DL.XTCS 1 : :"1':VTU\MR"Vf( vV'c ..Jcc.cor. ;, : practice in I the s-n-cral Cfinrt of 1 the Tee-Dee. It mOIl ht he a little mossclfnrder the world. Washingtonians: we re-

.b.. Ia'eflrt)1':: ., of Ceilre & Coii'n: rt1"els, \\ Smith! V/c>toni Circuit, and Thomas and tVn. thy bl'ih, ?o clearly: svcmcd to the oti-wcM,' said St LItis, unravelling gn-t 10 say, had' not yet commenced the

I"I '.\' :rr I X r: AND roM \11 S S 1 ocio. _!rnv5! .\ iciiicol.i! Fi I Ste.vait cou'itiea To t p-rjoo i-iv! ir.jn-sirej-iio'i. with his little finger an individual philanthropic labor. The resultvas 'teethe .
NT i AMI'! 5, ISIo. 01-tf tho'iijit! I v.'i--: j'boi't\ to
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P. nO: 1 '14 ---,-.-- ---' ----.-. -.-,--. ----,-.. -.--, A jMti;ni-i.t Ly confession.on : curl, which! flew 'back; to its place; ; and gelling the noisiest racket thai f"'erV l$ beam tell
jj V41er1reet. :MANTFVCTIIKKU! :! U OE.\ !... IN T UMBER: J IX..pr.CTOR!:,-'Tlio ULNfled! the beautiful eyes: and head of his pupil of in I them p lrl:.' The only! man who

ApaljchiCi.b: : Fa. CABIXT.r: FURNITLIRi C.: E.A iiavinir: been ajIF'lint; In<;' L'OI': i.f I/uniK-r nrm I 'Ii-arvd (mo=t fatal! truth,) "a little faither; to I the 1SCJn-wesl.' he i I maintained the dignity of the hotly was the

'1- L5n A'ln'h" (' Ilpil:- I the 'or How rashly 1 Ii i.id eunitc'JflOfllS'JTu)1'it brought down! I ih nose of his own craniuma foreman.; His honor hearing the uproar,

','"!... 1rI<'.dli' '" Ne"\ 0::1an \pri N'v'i c or novl-'J: Anl.tHiii'iI.i.| Fla.: :__ )pu'dic' ill that! capicjtyand, : will iled: to iJlll I Iduties To \;':Ii.h it i all: (uujui.ted.UVR the plea veiy: small; difference of the compass 10 the ordeied us lip.Ve marched into court

1.\: .; ". ], 1Ilr r..U :,11B.t A: Yon1', I ? appertaining: ; t tusaid: p-uiiitient.: ; I lie may j jI Same:(huarter. "Tee-Dee. Tep-Dee," dropping single file with only one man who could

II.: p.: .\ H'n, CO2IMI.SSiOX 1 I ;i'i-l! F O !n U' A R DING I I be fiiMiui: at 2 Wdler sheet.JVIjrc De''itft:!. 11'hi.: lfnClllwrwain his eves upon I the vale of Cashmere, Keep the chalk line.

'V 11!.-'. \v: \ vn U-T\II., 31 E RC il A NTS, _) -_JAMES- -GIBaON.LUMI5ER .- .-. The\Vjithen j.n-fi-ience I! ) b.tIveIi/ yon I g by i\e t thee to -him, could it have clipped out of i its: place on I Mr. Foreman have: you agreed ?'

D:VLSI: ivvtn: ;-. M-SOJCIXC: *, PAINTS, !u.rater: :t tIt1t, [JX3PECTmL1'111' md: }:-rsi- nrd Was fraudulent to me.Ah the lII Jp. or) got up some e'r along here, may ( No. your honor; and we never can/

ti.I); ,, ';iL\< % :'.C., k<*. nnv.30"il. _\ ":JLll'lIirl'la, FIJ.W i:i boon uppoi.itfd; ; : t i I Insncrh-r! ''I! L'uiil-cr! : be ?" The gigantic hand which had been I "rhat's-Itic-f.f- ; blaze me-hie-If

:. ,_ \ ?" 1 nl a"< rtn-: 'tt of Stalincry.C 1.\ Und hick!
11 i 'r. oi Ciiestnut; and Water streetsVnl I the {pub!ic i ill) tliat I I cap.icilv, and will i I I at tci.d; I to all l I I I is fire! to hue nTh. its position gradually to the small I waist of 'SiJfure in court !' roared the
f IuC'luvf' officer.
M'Mcnl, 1".1. itns; (: Ccevc: C.IIH" <:t I I rot er ran j.
U : 11 duties apperlaining to iid aif>oiiiinint.CORXELItoGRADY.! .
COM M I NSUON f M 1 EflC;: II 4NTS, ) ; (; Without *')-p''ciAllra\'r t-. the scholar and tl'o horrible curry-comb of Si-hi-Ienceyourself,' responded the ,

1.1). I>:irdcin. !& OJi-jr, Xo. G i Cohin'is'! Juil.inc{' } ', his chin threptened to lacerate: her face. juior.
March 22. 1 SIi.L1DWin ] Sav, what indnc-'infnt could! have
\ -2 Columbus Iuildmr5] : d cll ApalaeiiK-ula, Fla.Cooko Tocl 1 MI lia1-*' a p.ut 1 you I He I was I Ion absmhcd I in science: I to be conscious 'Order!' shouted) the officer again.
__
!r.. .: >. > |1'\. Analjrhicf'la.: Fa. -- : I IX-Pl CTOJlhn) : 1 ln. o' an- "Within:! Ihi"-Ih.t; \"'11 frniled on Kit- of the. eager audience v. ho'r exchanging 'Order-hie-who ?' again responded

---- (E2oi'sc*, ( I In" 5i| ('(-tir of I Luii-r! t tur I the Countyol I ne'er hid lot t ill)' hpan.Ty t glances, :anil looked on I the smallplatform : indignant twelfth part of the "country,,
r. r' .\--r-, H. !B; S'rtiie, II \V. 1rooiz13z : COMMISSION MEIiniXTS Fnn'din! I the uridL-r-u-it-d: ) oflrl.i! <-( i n j. l.. ,
j f at I lie t theatre of Love's display."Susan : I I Mr. Foreman, said the judge his. .
.. the '! :? riv! d Ivi? docinpd to seeA eyes,
t" jiu'ilic 1 t'i t capacity and will attend to
".. S9'u :: Cn. in ;; ''
: 4 No. IS.: St. Chutes btrcclnr.j.v /, : h'-b! t-i'i'- ri:('itj ,i:.irtAw ; Slnbbs r said, with: an affectionate i : nnkling with mirth, 'I perceive lbit:
all d'lti" 'I'rlii" sjid alllItllll'lIl.: your
COMM I S .< I lOX> M F. R C II A X T S. S wrlt'u13.. ) |'hl'j.'; IJ:; tu MOW 'li- wr.itu to thinr. of f you, drawlinc of the \void which luld IMS lovid discussions have been unusually exciting-, ,
At.nl! h, UR.J.: LlJiVA' :. I
N.Jt' ; U'alcr: .':'A't. A-.- S. CO'11m. AO 11yi.1h =----- --'- ---. =- i'cr you'r.-! a iVuuiicovert.. geography! pose all' we look for if among I and therefore shall discharge you from the

?; A alicuroli; Fh..1M ,. l'i;' 'In'-Y t I7 V.h"H l.it: ? I aw yo'irop. and heir, I them '.'re I little :specks It t had; ought t lo be fin rihier l consideration of this case.' *

-- -- -- --'- --!1er .! .i. '. :1.si':;'K', rflI.T WAIt iIio USE. '1'\\:1' wornOf)! for a inH'r- somewhere in I there, unless it's got sunk by I Off the jury went, tumbling over the

He'2jtnin: ? : :: For ili-u, the p-a'! rf infancy: : an ;ti rt hiq miake." This search continued for benches and each other in ludicrous
GENERAL H tKrKlVl\T' l-'V'l: W.\ lHG \: a most
i l' t \11 I N i II I) X M I.: i: C H I \ X T, JiilLJ.'s IEDCClDAt : JNly i iieait could cot st over. i
cuMMis-jt\T}. ) MI-CIIAXT; ::; ; some time i but all t the endeavois of the mailer confusion.THE .
\ I ; \W.11erI1f1'U:, .tir-: the e.\t.4i-iv" E-tatll.jll1.c.! forPRT .
( t
i .l' I .\ tia1iic1i, F1. No. i 9 (;jiUllb'J! I l/loc'i; 1 IvNsed the 1:111.:: br.it I, and said, and the scholar! did rot suffice.to di cover -
;1. n'ti Ajul-ir-liir-o1; !:?, F1a. [ : ONLY, 3Iiich: h.lp"illl'-! s 1 1visJi you- I the little town of Tee-Dee. Yc ," RANCHKK.OS: OF MEXICO -It will

j.\I..U: : Ik.) 1).tii J. DAV.J. T. J. SAOHD.. M. M. BUTT. HY4i Blit; oi! I f f-t!ll'- \':::= to incAn said! St uhbs. kissing! his pupil, "it isn't nov have been observed in the several statements

Day &; Ca., StILffIi; .t 'ttsU, LE it"i t 4 # nE'\-S i.' ER: imniI'.I.iry .I'IJI i3 ue. mailer; 1 guess it isn't much of a place, .any j jway I that have from lime lo lime been pur :forlii
COM MI S SIO I X \11 E R C .A N T S. relative to the materiel of the Mexican armies -
adieu IM not much bigger than in all
COMMIION ME !JIG HANTS, CEDAR : STREET: x. YOUK.: mourn no more, ; Jigtown, |
rt). :]Jj: Water Sti.M, :Nfr pen P 111t I ic I!''ittie I '- probability.! I I, Second: class 'n geography and more particularly the one which
No. ;2 \Valcr street, Anul.trhiroh 1'1.Y7 This M.ek? of I'llINTED! CALICOEnoarly! ) : I
dtcl I the American
: Mv Ilfun! aail have
p'--dir: :: \\I:is troops just encountered
iirI; Apil. chicoh! Fa. I all icrentlv |'nreha: .,ed ,t';' r o.i-h! :..l.cI'i..: it cn-dit, And! :o I'll oriel 10 Chitty's.ATHAXASIL'S While s this romance prut-ceded: within a I that mention is made of of
,... Co'. ,t: .1f OtlC AT! GREA'ILY:! IIKDIJCKU: : I'HICKS.-jivoJIcicd: : great excitement raged: in tIle neigl.boihood i a discription
II.r.rcl'
.ho" 1tni
'
\.1. 1Iq ,._ ___. Kancheros.
'r' U" .n..o.&r This
< t. n.a..a. ap styled is -
j) 'i' >'I",.n |h-'HUI<*3 C.." and.ae"lIJlI1" II I- GROCERS! Jc (;O\IMs|
-- I:!:' '/ ('.I. Ihrf.'r'll! 'r _ _ u.jI 1 Y/.itcri-trpol. 1 to G Cents (Prr Yard: ) .OIYE'iMAX : .l'it'V.:t. 'J I..rl''t" Of..':. and branching: off to :ail I i the by-paths; ,; : derived from their occupation and
--- -- --- JX c 13 ApiliHiicoh, Fi.V : i mode of life, and i is common to a similar
------- -- -,-- --.--- _.
__. and vil'tiges.' A I
----- --- -- --- --- : waoll'a: appioat-hing,
I r4*. fr"U '
; n-a. .
: I I I TIII-1 ;: PIUCItIrn' p.i rn: L.tj class of who subsist the
:'Af<; J ;i AN"D c o .vi \11 i s 31 o xA /. A. it 2*. C. 2IiIf!, : Ptlrel'l'r.!;; :.re Clldl attPl.d i Il.e ll'in-3H1 ; STUIinS, containing' music ; a cia nionel and a drumskilfnl'y I South men on pampas of
America. Half Indian
and half
:\Il'i i: ;a C H .\ X T, C 0 M :M iss I 0\ M! i C l R C H A NTS, 'ill.ivvu('. nr.uL Ii'r a -jiven \j.( IK,d. THE 'YAMtKi 1 KAO.Gfn, AND 1S! jriSOL.: CS.There played; on, over which waved the i iAmerican I
in their
;iI. : C,1un14: mu k, Oiic". Xo. 4 Colu-nb'j.-J: i i5mdi':' i! >:", ((::::|* Cjtal'isriics (rei.fv\t-d! and l rotiocff d: diilit i ii .\fX ) was 0110 "c"d) b.>)," jimon: the ; fig with I its stars and slripes, Spnish extraction, gaunt, shrivelled,

_."::::i1 I.-. '.iv'liirola, Ta.C.'MMISSIOX X.; v.__!I 1.1SI"j_:_!:.:;_! !' :_lar. ti-oh: F.i.Vni ':uhtiithe: I i'rices-aie' !t-Lu-id in Ole halac1; (-01n1'I1I; t)). \\ Ito never took his e.s. oil" 1 theles causing! all bosoms to heave with animation. | and though muscular, in their frames, and 1 dark .
ecl these
o''arrh.y'im as they are
men
i.f .
h'lalill with i iroods ordered.No
""lit: I ( This fuss
I triumphal wis j justified )
U tI' U I' & 31ncs, \ II Kun'.irn-j: ;::!.i, II. 15. l Iiinhro'gh. "(Mi. ;:ii'l Kept ;it the hi>:iil of his c-lass: I by a long the Aiabs of the American continent.
are ;
Y June 0 :
o'k.: l 1Sii. l. -1
ySIl.'rtG'in hox the whereon I
the
j III I t
ud 'ii'i'd( his ind ill his !books! wagon inscription J
1 MfiKC II ANTS, \n. tS'. li' ; rH.;: t f. f )., : dinioir.irv ; CUp 'I : Living half of the time in the saddle, for
tl..u. COM.MISSI I O X ii F O It W .\ Il J I X G 1111-;) % '': with I I I I Ca licn, I taking care I thai t I their :which follows! glared! out in (burning en'- !! they are; unrivalled; horsemen with 1 lasso in
qnjJj fw; f?, ZS. V CALHOUN I COUXTY.F.Ii.s d iitals : '* A LIVE ArLIG.TfJRnnLn! : : !
MR I rc II A :, T S. whil'Ilt''S never ulli nor I their I fage idn j jred.
s:", MVTL'xf.; ?i \ >uu: \ ,-:: COMPANY, Office, -0.2.> XV.tierstroll-Upstair*, 1: !*. .curpsnn.: ) ( ( .: He '\';1' the only one) u ho could !;If nIT: : LONG SIXPENCE: A SIGHT I llu-j!: hand t they I traverse t those vast plains in searchof
,', ofm ali.i I fi ( to ric: directr-l: fn.m the buffalo! and! wild hur..f''ho roam
c' rr'l Of :v.fI I'Jifr d. had !
Fh. Bvirtue j mor proclaimed it. two or three miles
J\pla'hicola) '
:
)eil I//// sic, f fur which( Ite" wallrr li !hll
> : j
1 i} I I Cuviiit, (Cuuil I have | ; : ihcm in countless herds. The of
\-i.; ,1 Water :n I levied oil : killing
si ivft, f=! Liber: advances on 'lItlI 1 ::i c-'I.i i 'H'd In llai hl Ihf he.id of his chi s" two ifars in advance: I thai m t this alligator I was eo nil iit. !
V\ ,\ A ti t ihirh 1 F. !1.01,1 and -!t., iJlor j-.i!), in the TUX: ff t St. J.,,...pll. : up lo l ; ; i these :animal-? and the preparation and I sale
-.::2. their friends! i in: NJ\V York, lidstnn, Liverpool < J ) an.\ will tier I IIIIIIW' t for sale at I I'2 ()'eb'tI:, '"nilie -\ before Sinhbs i cmiie, :inil 1.t',11, it ever1after. ; of I heir hides is their sole I means of livelihood
Iiwir.I: ]cCIUr] -'.- ___ __ _rI4)Y:.-.!1,1-1"> I l first Mniid! iv' in July int t, to satislysuJ! Ii. I lie 1 served! as n set-off for hi-4, fellows! |' mountain I side like 11a'alallth(. Fifty !, other than occasionally lending a helping

C4\1:1! : i ,r; ',1 '-: tCII \\1' .\ \q' FIFALUV : Cfi:>*t!rts, .AISc & Co., t.t. N;"le o'i: I tie! j-riMni-i, ". who \vt-ie I hard i of inana (I'IIIf'/lI.i for I t the bri.sk !i eyes were continually! I waiting 1 I iheir 1 i timi, IIIHI10 of the in the civil

1.\ ( ;tlld>, < A .i JJ ( !:oGiEs: : : MANUFACTURE!;!{" I IX 1'1\, IHOXCOPPJn: isc \CKSOX, sirn:, :air of lh. inonnlain inad them SIlP''.e ,j! :and 1 I the slum mail's! box filled! rapidly.h ; .- I that some parli/ans being wased-
wars are continually: ;
x). 0 Colurnbas: lllolc, J: H.\ kf' per JV.. MOSES, Drputv 'h'I[ :acii";: Their white heads; rolled about with j Form a line. my Christian: friei.ds. Look !; flrullfHlthem. Their consists of
ALSO DEALER" IN :Jf.iv30: 1 hJ7 2-2-IsTor the tiiihnlence of l tiillous exaggerated I a-plenty, I but I when }ou have gut enough, it costume a
: Ajuhchicnb, Fa. ; by
._ v2: ll j : pair of tough hide leggings, with sandals of
_____ ;
Hard'vare: Stuvv", Urild'irii.i id ip.i-.icd: : (! Ware, !Sate.HOXE5 : : crisp Inee/.e I ; now benditis! forward to \'Iii- !; does seem I lo be j jn-f. t to step l a led Ic a-one the material bound with t

\ is. i'.)riur Ac:; Co. Iro-i, ,le-l, :Xiil*, S.nkIrtte: (; JUrs, R'Hifin,; Plate, 1 11 I hy 20. prr) into the wMlinj, i ; I'jj s of ciils or |ilnn jed i i ias side! :and give others:1 an npj'Clllewuily.'l'ltrpp I ; i|: leather same I thongs. over, which is a together blanket, with I II

v.ti.1t:5 l 1.V c a i )n< VN'O COMMISSION: SU ?tr K 'III.t >s and: MilU.i I a' d other 00 .',.i do I Tin (1 Ij> 1K: f.ir as the shnuWrs into a s.itchel or I i cents only for .\ou, my little l man. I!
m.tr:1l: { :,; r.0. .: C.tIt: ig.; :lIp CII IIIdt"I .',t.(. j Clime, ; !( ['Make a hole in the centre large enough to allow \
Hi! b.ls| Slipl t Iron, Xn )l'! to 20, deep) desk! in order to bile the cheek of ;a on, ye blooming youth way !
: .. Fa j the head be thrust and which falls
4J Water Strot.Ajnh'ihieola? t. Oct. 2', bl.PI.ACJ1lt'H. : to out,
/'ors'a.d) Slic''t Ii i ( fur I the minister! "Is J there tiling
; ng Coppt r, from the any' )
ripe
1'.iI\II:1I'rl ;
-- -- --- apple! : or entirely their
._ _-h : FJ.M'm. WJLU.VM DJCIC-Y. JV.. 1 HAMMONDDicZcuy HI ji .c '1i::1, L'Md' I Iron a-id( 11 n'd iets, shouldeis, fur the more l.iei! execution( of j Ilicdlticfit about it.! No Slrr- 'fe !-a !, not ungracefully: over shoulders leaving
B'H'kc'l EirI I>ar I Iron, I n"f.j' I Iron, l female; look at it without indelicacy. .ample room for the play of their arms. t
T. Wood, & Itsnoat grimaces; behind a bl.u-k-boaid. They were j may Add ibis broad sfsmbrerot and the
to straw
Nail: R'iJ-s, Tin Wrdre, wholesale) and: re- a :
"Here six i for !
CtnDI I 1- I ION' MI'.IICHAXT I: s1hIp1NDFAILYiuCERS I t.nl, by a m.ilrh !for ;.li) enieraeiif>'. Shake; we go Only cents a sight lasso hanging ready for use in his girdle, and I
lilt.m'l
llus gtand moral I exhibition 4Aid the
;
Xo. -12 \VaterJ Irppt, Nov I ROPiE'lT ALLEN: & Co. :and( I they-rcl.ipsed I I into the I fiabbiness : have the Ravclicro he in the
Jv 2 32 tsr-rteet> Apjl-ichiccla: FJ.OctnVr _--- '.. ... __u ___ ___ __ h__ aim blow heads and star-spangled: banner forexer shall; nan'.u'erIhe !; Volt as ::1ppf''r.s .
'
at : I
A'Ie'ikn.I F 1. rust ; :a thejr they i time of in the of his
; 1M"l'2tf :
) or pursuit
: 1 __ __ __ __ __ __ Jl'e t'fun c!',". ueded| like tllisllt -rlmll snatched the | I land! of I the free and the home of the peace occu- .
a ( by
\ar J fhr.: CUVHLT; 1'nAxr.Doilzc II. tl. ( 10LOrl\F., L.uendt-r, Kl..nd.iVatprs, Ev- biave pation. Join to this a long lance with a .
TaySor, hand; endeavor lul ll'C.lu'lII agaill; a wall
; head ornamented with
.) tr.tcts Vidlfta Jas:inine, AiubiTf Portual sharp spear a stripof
"
& Pratt, 'COMMISSION I AND I.' 0 H1 A R DIN G to hold of them, the throat and Si-i-i-i-i-lans roared Stnbb in hysterics. -
or lay by red horse and
Preston Salts Otto bunting a as :
&c. Uo-.es on
iIPPT I Soaps( of &(. savage
5 t Cl.MHSqo\ l\IE. CIAXT30. M FJl C II A XT! ; I "Alligator I alligator i alligator I! !
Jin21 J. C. ALLKX.ios ): I th'-y 'floll1'lilr 1 f! and jiiimovable as a post. unmanageable as himself: and) his belt plentifully -

: Jfj \Valer Slr ga.d.'UcI'Y Sale at Cost uu d stools I in a IH'l'ff..t of impatience.I The _
Aihehi-1i. rage
iI2 t Iv 'f'ril.1'1.. Webster he : I
\nl.\chiC"ob. la.IS 1 1' \ spellers flowedeveiy have the Ranchero as a member of a
C you
1ar4es. who hail.! been commanded, I .
delinquent boy
ria of their lives I lie had slender
;-. ilrncyA 14)dt'S, ) a of banditti soldier in
; L TTAVING on h.tnd? an as .utriK-nt of Sidi lc'! I troop or as a a body
"
<' 11'1I'1" la..n to si irk I his nose i in i the corner; and 1 i the j
rod which the
; D COMMISSION I 1-J Hi I will i I tickled! excessively I t tender of they
( lOX M II' UCTIONI'Efl idles! kc- & dispose of them as cavalry. Cowardly as generally are
; Hell NTS remonstrated in
good boy, a lively man
\'o. -luV"jt street MERC I 1 11 L\ XT :aiK'Vo f>r rash.Oi !parts:I whistling I 1 in t thfPdcscenl I i and cuffing in the open field yet in a conflict among the

)1;. A'nticlii-ola r Vloridu.O. 22 Watrr I trtvt, AIALCHICOLF.i.. hand) a fine Buggy and Harness, which will with a harp: ;md: definite! distinction. More,; II r r. chapparels; of Mexico, or in an ambuscade,
,_. __ "Plea, Mr. Sttibbs I see
n ld for cash. that this I ho mayn't go
Ire s I : I l kept a poplar .ceptcr i twelve they are indeed: a formidable: Their
---- enemy.
, ,). WooI A Co., II. R. WOOD. P. W. CULX.KX.1Voo March. 2S P. IIOHART feet in length, the highest ofT shoot of that the alligator? power of enduring, fatigue is almost inexhaustible -

to ,l A Co.UCTIONEERS ., -- now unpopular( ) ; tree, with which! he was enabled Yes, you may all go. School's dismissed. -. and meal
.C.thIfON of
: a diem
MKRCHANTS.o. UT: received per brig Morca, from N. York: I." scanty per
? 2J Water ttr*et.lyors \ AXD! COM.IISSIONiIEflCUAN'N I J .VJ: I i"C1 I and 2 L'wJ ; I lU'j g tl;. b:)tiled t to I touch h i t the noses of.t t the remotest i jerked beef and plantain suffices them during -

I.). A.H1 t:1i ich. Fia. scholars, and t treat t them with an apprehension "What hand Jonathan ?1" months. \
Linked Oil ; ;,00( 11! <. }'nt\ ; 20) boxes Shy 10 ails your i ,. .
-' ----- No. :3'2, Water strcof t n'id JUby 1 I2G1.Js-s ; 20 duz. pints -njre.-sSrrinor;, : of 1 the livelier branch. This usually 'VII), t'other day I went into the mill i Such are the Rancheros and under! disciplined

A ?Iitctcl, Nov. 1. 1ST I Apalachiooh, Fa. \V.iter ; JOJ Ills fresiiTainarii.s; GUM ad; Or.jct went before I the shorter purchase' of I the rod. to see 'em saw clapboards, and I saw a thing' control they would be rendered the

SSIOX t MERChANTS Liberala.Wnrcs made: nn (nninriient. S\ rnp| ;. for sale bv"May Just) as I he twiz was bent, the tree was in- whirling around so swift, and it looked so : best light troops in the world. These are

.' r\o. 35 Wjter-street, The slricte-t I attention paid to Sales out Doors. 10. II. F. ARELL. clined. Sometimes! in his :amazing, impatience smooth and slick, that I thought I'd just I thft men who comprise the great body of

Apdhchicr' Fa. SiieatStor: every Saturday. _ _, Boot H1(1 3OCS. .I Stnhhs flu iiz: himself from his platform touch my finger to it, and. don'i you think i it the Mexican cavalry: : and, they are to the

." '. --r--n Clover Seed. BOy and Men's Russet' Hri'an';, shrieking! "Si-lans!" with a sudden looli the ctnd of my finger right -they armies of hat nation what Cossacks are
.I IE, WM A. McKcxziE. n'" so>w'd and pe;'d Kip P.rogans, which almost tore off ihe rafters touch that it's '
FEW pound of L.irge Red Northern Clover energy ; hollered out, "You muso't to the Russians-ever on the alert, never to
( 1 'lie & ::1cI'cnzh*, A Seed for sale by Gents fine C, lf Hro.!insV'm's took three or four long slride10 an offender t the circular saw that saws all the cl pho 1uk" be. surprised and untiring i in the pursuit of
\ pep'd and sew'd Shni?, Children's do. do.
\l.\SrON MERCHANTS Apr!I 4 IAflEL.:_ Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, pressed the palms; of his two hands But ihey spoke half second too late-the the foe when plunder, no matter hour tri-.

Set.; I5 No. 42 Water street Congress Sin-in- Water Super Ladies' Gaiter Boots, r' ;again hi? two ears and lifted him by the eend of my finger was gone-and 1 'buiot fling, is to be obtained.' ", .
:. .
1. \,abchit'o1l. Fa.At head; till his neck cracked ; rushed. to the seed! it since." .
T received per schr. LeRny, and for sale by Gentlpinen'scoar-'e and fine Calf Eon?, rj( never :
'IichlCI) .JU M,>rch31 J. C. ALLEN. A large andexte isjvc assortment, just received, (desk, boxed, several ears and blew his nosoby Pecuniary embarrassment is the identical, i

CTOEEII, A. Myers, .-- and for xale by \V.M. G. POU TCU & Co. I the WilY Is I that I the way I to hold your If there i is sometimes an advantage in delay species of adversity that i is the ,touchstone.

I AX.D COMMISSIONMKRCHAXT snbicrii'ers COIu'tllcrship.TIlE rcsect fully inform thIr Nov 29! -.11ratpr *{n'pt.A pen, Sir 1 Make; the downwaid stroke _here i is also a security in despatch.Lucnllus of all I I disposition., .. Beauty.and.hhility relationship -'

: (heavier at the bend. That the conrfneicd two of the most t potent nay every connexion shakes, when
hive
nds and tint they taken way you '
36. \'f.Iter the fuhlic
-''v. I. ntfo. ,' AulaC'lco1a.Mreef, into partnership Mr EUGENE W. R)".ns.CHARLESROGEllS&Co.. ,ictiou and Coaimisslwsa} BitsiHCSS. make! your was? 'Take I that, Sir, and t that of all the, kings by two different expedients the ensign of poverty isunf'urledwe must .

: .. and! hc' hr ke the flourishing worship wealth, even to idolatry) ifihe'noble
-and t that I Clubber I in my face, lo 'Oln celerity delay : .
.. If. & .. fl. Inll TARR & Co. will continuA 'the Anclinn. and. "of4 Mithrid.'tPS disintere teJness .of a_ few ;individuals I .
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EXTENT OF THE 'COTTON CROP. L MR. THOMAS BUTLER KiNG'S EEPOKT. port. population, wealth ,and power, to, which l bad' 'effects' will b'e-felt' all over the country, House of Commons, before eJ* *

?; Our English neibbors: 'never seem V* at a I The Washington correspondent of the Proposals' &S- laid before the committee the which it washes .is, certainly and in 'no par out more 'seri usly.thaD ln was liberated disclosed little'lori'' iffi

; loss for some pretext ou which to depress : New York Commercial --Advertiser, writing I for the4 Atlantic route by two parties, des *country the .-[Bait. Patriot. i friei ndship. I'wa.eyeD' asserted ifo, '

the price of cotton. At the first of the) I I lUre E. Kl: 'Collins, offers to build five ships Perhaps, in one point of view, the Mexicans uncompllmPDtar epithets patsed. "
the,, 19.
on 13th inst., says :- I [From the N. Y. Sun-Extra-June }
=*easou, they contended in Liverpool that:, : of not less 't1ian'two'thousand tons burthen, are fortunate in having no such river, on

the crop would reach two and a half millions Yesterday Mr. Thomas Butler King'vof. and peiform two- trips a month between for if they bad it is not possible that they ARRIVAL OF TIE CALEDONIA. O'C ooeII gave the'best pr ; ; *

of bales, then they fell lo two and a quarter Ga., of the Naval Committee, presented to'': New York" and Liverpool, for $385,000 a would be permitted .to retain the possessionof 5 Days Later From,_Europe. to these statements, by ticalff j

and the House well prepared and able i unless they improve Caledonia 'E. 0. most enthusiastic terms of "
finally discovering that the receipts report year, in quarterly payments. Mr. Forbes the country-nor The steamship Captain lJ.

woiild' little, if any, exceed two millions, ou tJle'imporlant'! suhject'of the establishment : offers to build) vessels of twelve or fifteen the advantages: so profusely showered on a arrived at Boston, at 1 1-2 o'clock P. Brien's '"stand" for his country f.

they bave taken a 'new ta entirely.. We' of routes for the conveyance of the hundred tons burthen, and to perform semimonthly land so favored, would it be right that they Lot M. She sailed from Liverpool woThursday. und up t speech full of hypjL.: .

d discover! in the last number of Wilmer & United 'States t rnaisby! steam across the Atlantic trips from New York to Southampton should. I I proposing the honor era t;
pubic
4 Sn itb's European, Times that the Board of along our own coast, and through ) and) Havre and back again, for -- on the 4th instant, and brings Liverpool ihe .martyr to be bj JjJJ

Trade, after a pretended investigation, declare .the West Indian islands Chagres or Be$5 00.000 a "ear. The Canard ships are of ersofilie 4th and London of the 3d. banquet, and the repayment of the'
fern
that though there is a great deficiency lize, with a view to the continuance of tbe 1200 'tons burthen and the committee noticeIhat : jJOiHOUUL ADVERTISER.Gr The interval between the departure of the ofi the funds of the Association, -hi

in the number of bates received in Liverpool services by other means across the Isthmus the British Government paid to theproprictor Western and that of the Caledoniahas officers of the House or Commo t

there has not been a corresponding of Panama, and thence to the settlements of that line in 1843, $425,000. APALACHJCOLA, TaSDAY, 186. eat Iracted.It h'

deficit in weight.: The whole statement may. ,in Oregon., Mr. Collins proposes) to furnish much larger L been so brief that no important news would appear, from, what

be cendenseo :as follows, viz- Commencing with a brief review of the and better ships and to perfoim( the same c t-: Ths following gentlemen are authorized has transpired. stated on Monday that Sir Oe] !?

1845. 184G. state of steam navigation in Europe and service as the Cunard line, for $110,000 a Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,and will We copy our news from Wilmer &: determined to press forward the trUVircion
America: Mr. King shows that Great Britain receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertisements Bill when Parliament
Total' hales,. .. 510.S70 1, '22,"Gfj year less compensation. Smith's European Times.. I I rasserM ,
Total .. now possesses more than: two hundred national the committee ( :- Whitsuntide
before
weight, 1,059,320: cwts. 1,019,738 cs.. There was also a holdays. The
steam vessels, of a large efficient class. lh RS" MASON & TUTTLE, 38 William Street, The cotton market has been reduced reading is to take i
: This shows a difference of a trifle less pr oposition from Mr. Sino of Cincinnati: to York. plce on Monday .
France i is also' making great exertions to increase he NeD again to a state of comparative quietude. I In the present sidle parties
than build first class cross j
.. 50,000 cwts., or about 14,000 bales, in ten steamships, 10 AVID- BRAVO, E9., New Orleans. hi."
J the receipts American Con In other her steam marine: and will soon have ocean forty-eight times a year: lour( of them WM.: \V. CHREVER, Esq., Albany, Ga. Prince Louis Napoleon, who has arrived those peculiar questions which may
on. not less than one hundred and sixty armed New- Yorli and New-Orleans, JAms: H. WILSON, Gaines, Ga. men of the most dissimilar views
words between Esq"tFor about leave
the Times says the falling off in to run in England, incognito, is to for toco. "
I steamships afloat{ and for Major JACK "\ ) Ala. and the result "
weight i is only four per rent while the fall'f I \ United States ready service.' stopping at the paincipal places once aand week, Florence, there to join his invalid father. may be Critical to tb,
have but
e nine Government ver n ment.
from New-Orleans to Belize twice a
ing off in bales i is
giving this statement thirty the Times per cent.adds After steamships, and only five of these are month. lie proposes to construct the vessels orVe have no apology to offer for the The Oregon question has now ceased togive FRANCE.

:- ar med. The whole commercial steam marine under the supeiintenence. of a Government -. lack of editorial in to-day's paper. There any uneasiness., The proceedings of both Cbambt .
From }
may have arisen-and whatever ciuse it: i i5l i no this doubt; vast, susceptible difference of Great Britain' consists of nine hundred agent, ind that they shall be of the is nothing of the least importance from the The Sugar Duties keep alive attention rinc the last fortnight, have been i Wil,

"''Of explanatron-the resultnow 1 that it i iS (hvio118 I vessels of all sizes and description. burthen of fifteen hundred Inns. lIe requires Tio Grande. The Foreign News and the respecting the fate: of the Ministry. The interest. Mr. King, the Amerjca .

and palpabte, has damf rd the ardor of The number of steamboats ou the waters $:3,0"0,000( ()() for the enterprise! of r ter, has left Paris for a few dajs for'
speculation I of the Iud its News from Washington, we. give in extenso. impression out of the Cabinet i is, that Sir
and produced upon I the spinners: a conviction Mississippi tributaries, alone,, which he proposes the Government shall air :nd change of scene.
that, however favorable a Inru buine may is greater than this. According to the Jast I farnish: : one :million in proportion as thematcri.ils There are no local items of interest. We Robert Peel is far in advance of his colleagues Some of the French papers insist (

take for the future, there is abundance of Cotton I report from the Treasury Department, the l ; : are -collected and the work goes I had a good Oration on the 4th-as good a I and that he is anxious to apply to p experimental squadron, which recently t'a

in to the arie.country to meet any demand that is likely j total steam tonnage: of the United States i is '111. He proposes that the ships shall) be dinner "as the market afforded plenty of[ Sugar the Free-trade principles, which has! I the Downs, has other objects than t

:: 319,527 tons, distributed among fifteen bun commanded by naval: officers, and slull car which are avowed. This
Hut, notwithstanding the facts at which we t died vessels. : good wine, patriotic toasts, and gentlemen I extended to Corn, Cotton and other articles I is intended sqUdroD'intim
four Ho 1le,
watch officers midshipmen.
to watch
as the
and have although danced; ; ,the the demand market has is in not a healthy been state', In the speed and efficiency, as well as the ry requires< that: :all the postage money shall.i slightly infatuated! "as the evening sun was I of general consumption.) of the Americans in the Mexican C l

tensive, prices have by no me:ins receded very, and ex numbers of our steam vessels: we excel any be reserved to him. And in addition 590- declining." -On Sunday we had; -not asermon I In the monetary circles of the city, it i is; ; Sealed orders they add. direct then qla

holders are not particularly preying.:: other nation (1ft the woild. :The En ineer's 00 0 for the route between New Orleans and I for all of our spiritual advisers have! whispered that' America has claimed the ro to the Gulf of Mexico. ''hs. V

If, however, the fear about the shortness of Journal, a British periodical, of January; vi Balize.: : hardly say, is

the crop bad not been thus! di ipated, the con last, gives ihe average speed of their best The whole service described in the report deserted us-but a glorious summer rain, intervention of the British Government to I i guess. It nothing but the b

current circumstances of the day-the passing coasting steamers as twelve and a half or embraces two lines across the Atlantic, which was highly refreshing. settle the dispute with Mexico. The fact tie it is false. pf4jsareihat

of the Corn Bill, the fineness of the weather, the thirteen miles :an hour, and the maximum We had idea two in head
one) to Liverpool and one to Havre, one an or our outof maybe m so ; but we cannot credit it. We The closing scenes fn the French

these brush combined between Mexico causes, would and the late United sent tate-the'- speed fifteen of and the fastest; half miles boats on the Tli.lines j is (from New York to New Orleans, and one which to manufactuie: editorial, but theywere" should be sorry for the credit of the American ber of Deputies show that M. Thier n"

lip a per hour. Upon from, New Orleans to Belize., lost none of his
price of the staple nlonllol! , The concludes wilh estimates had lilt
figures regarding a smart with his
for report
themselves
change,speak more or less, in the mind, and* of are all working who live: a l ,first class on the Mississippi' ) and Ohio, expenditures I t and receipts, I the re- day morning by the clamor of old Tom's"bl.1 co rrect. Peace, .we grant, is a blessing Guizot, in which the calm great philosoptjf the 1

by the staple, in its raw as well as in its manu is about sexcntcen miles :an hour, and that su its of which are very satisfactory as they fr and bellows lungs. which ought not to be slightly sacrificed, the First Minister was more than anafor /

factured state." of the best boats on the Hudson, and the stand but which I have time to the little historian
; not now :. but the United States able fiery of the
sound is even greater than this. The rate 0:7: The ship Henry Capt. SALTER, are quite to Conlali
Now refer Tfoe Paris
La
rather to.
we are astonished that H. Pres
the paper e. ,
Times should : for( freight on the boats of the Mississippi ,.. from Charleston, in coming in to the East settle their differences with the Mexicans Mon
have: allowed himself to b CSt '-- -'- iewithout our office last night,

) completely humbugged: in this matter.According is about three dollars per ton for a thousand I TilE MISSISSIPPI K1VER. Pass, on Thursday night last, ran ashore intervention. tiounces that orders had beers sent bj

to the statement furnished by miles, and cabin passengers, with the sumptuous General Waddy Thompson, in his recent I opposite the Light on Dog Island.: The The annual statement of the Exchequeris : Minister of Marine to Brest and iheotb

the Board of Trade, the of fare, arc carried at the rate of onecent book ou Mexico, has time following digression harbors to
receipts Cotton mile. Yet with all these ad steamboat Viola went to her assistance on given. Comparing the national income military despatch) a number
per van- < ou our cieat national: liver:
at in the of
Liverpool the
two ships to Gulfof
of war Mexico
as follows, viz- years spoken. arc lages, and with eighty thousand men fit for It woul.l) seem that i the only valuable gift Friday morning, but returned without being with the expenditure of the current year, he force the squadron stationed there, tore in, !

M8I5.! 14G. naval service, we are behind all other nations which a bountiful Providence has withheld able! to get her off. The ship now lies anticipated i surplus of 2,200.000Bul I sequence of the war between the 1 Ua&

American,. .. .4'2.tJa bale*. 2 3,315 bale*. The iu lime the extent has arrived('If our when steam naval: force Horn Mexicrt is that of navigable; streams.; about I) thirty yards from the beach, her bow jhe irifiea
All other kind*, S : bales. we ought, to There i is iv) such thing as a steamboat running same that
,3W the Ordnance states much
: ))1ig bales. consider the of the being in about five, and her stern in eight : JI"p.lrtmfut. ibis year only paper uneasiness
expediency uniting elc-
: a single mile in any river in the whole) ists in Paris. The
Now assuming (whit is reasonable: ,) that ments of a commercial marineVilh a xii; republic Perhaps (theie. are not five hundred feet water. It is the impression of those I left a surplus of77GOOo., of which 700.000/ the side America opposition print. art
on an'l
the weight bale of predict
average per : AmencanCotlon tional naval: force. The United States are miles of all their rivers which are navigable who] we have heard speak on the subject, was derived from China. of Mexico
in 1S45, was 400 Ibs., and( that of all I the l second commercial and ronquest by the Unitrd St:
navigating po\v- for boats of the smallesl; size. It I that) she cannot off. Our old and excellent friend, General 1 The caused
other descriptions, 200 Ibs., we have the, UP got apprehension by the war of(
er in I the world ; and it would, iu the opinion m may be t that t the )projiessive I improvement in i United States with .
has
following :- Armstrong, been figuring ) Mexico weighed on
of the committee, be the extreme offolly the science of railroads may furnish the :: Among the reports of the day is one conspicuously Paris
Rales.! Weight. the O in the English since he sailed, Saturday money muket'on MondayGERMANY. .
to
neglect means for the extension press on -
of this defect. I do
means su )plying I not
th
Santa
)
American Cotton*,. .4J i l.-V)') i,1: J',!QGcivt.\ and of those Anna, who at the last dates .
security interests which improvements I- doubt I< that a I railroad from VeiaCruzto the.city in the GreatVestern.. We were
All other descriptions, 62,120 117,00J: was still at Havana, should be recalled BERLIN
in the to May 2G.Austria, Prussia
l
arts and the ,!
suggest of Mexico, constiucted :at almost any aware at the time that the General the
This gives the total weight, of the receiptsof ( piact'ce' of all other nations requires. cost, wouM be extremely profitable to the the Presidency of Mexico, he will carryout was Russia, are apprehensive of another

1S45, at Liverpool at 1,098,904 cwf ;., The expense of maintaining the navy for holders. A very large pioportiou cf :all I the an arrangement which is alleged to have: bearer of an oiler from the British to thee break in Cracow, to he set on footkj"

showing an error in the estimate of the the pre ent year, without icckoning expen- European: manufactures: Jnul u merchandize; been made(! through one of his wit. American Government relative to the Oregonquestion Polish emigrants in France England *

Board Trade: of only 629,044 cwts., equal: l diture incident to the war, was $0,000,000(), which arc consumed in Mexico. arc landed agents, and we so stated. We omitted llel ilm. The three powers hate li
'J.7G.3000; bales of 400 Ibs. each: Verily) the number of officers and men 0,000 and the Government at 'Vashington.r1his :arrangement measures of precaution. AtVars.in
:"' : m Vera Cruz, and carried to the city of the General's name in deference lo the feelings I-
the chool-mastcr has been abroad to somepurpose t the averase cost ()supporting) each 866,000), ; Mexico\i ou mules, at a very high: ;: rate of it is said, embraces :-first- of that veral arrests have been made. Austria

in Liverpool The number of Government vessels in, commission fi eihi t. :anl J I thence distributed; t all I over the icace with this country on the part of IMexco gentleman ; but several l of our made use of the assistance of the pea: -

In regard to the relative weight of the is foity-s'x, and the :average cost c if Republic. The distance 'IVom I the city of -second, the of the contemporaries have paraded the General by liberally remunerating them fur the
bales we are inclined to the opinion that each in commission acknowledgment with Mr. cent exertions.
maintaining is Polk.
810 ..G5a Mexico to Acapulco is not more than one intimacy An Irish! journal I
they are not materially heavier this than Flio Grande as the Southern boundary ofhe The chambers of Hanover have
year ye.ar. hundred and miles, and extending the Dublin Post in rejei
seventy by Evening its desire to
last. The dryness of the season: has beenin : I The annual cost of supporting the large; i the railroad; to that! point the great do- th United, States-and third, the acquisition be exclusive blundered a new law of great severity towards the
favor of I light!: bales: while the circumstance and excellent into a slatemenrtht I have
only Government simmers compsin 1 sideratum of connection between the Atlantic ;- of California by purchase. They also declared that there aj

in favor of A probable increaseof ( the Cunard line, exclusive of Iii te : and) Pacific( Oceans) would be accomplished. the General had been recalled for the objection to admitting Jews to civil,

weight is to be found in the relative increase amount t : received! for postages, is less than; I The elevation; to be overcome is o:7: The I Hon. AUX\DI'n: II. ,E"En- I purpose of thrashing the Mexicans-and I and io certain privileges.

of shipments from the Gulf ports, 50000.. Thus Great Britain maintains i in about eight) thousand: t five hundred feet. I ETT, U. S. Commissioner to China, and ihat: as the friend General Jackson, and as The Grand Ecclesiastical. Synoi'' ,.

wheje the bales are a fraction: he-ivier than commission twenty large steam-ships of ais ni not sufficiently versed iu such mattersio his lady sailed from New York on the having: commanded second al the battle of kingdom Prussia, got up by the Kin;
in the Atlantic States. This :
difference war for less than 1,000,000. This fleetof i whether the is 2:1 : e topic of general) conversalion.
t thing hut if
clearly shown however in the say ; practical, of June in the ship Cnhoia for Canton. New Orleans, he was for
statement of the most efficient class of war vessels she tt t is. I should have no hesitation in sayingthat peculiarly}Jilted Tile King of Prussia has ordered I tt
the Board itself. Taking the, .r eSlimate of I could Four missionaries with their ladies the task. printed edition
concentrate, whenever such a mo'ement I the i investment would pay a good! interest u :- and a an of the complete .or
1,019,738 cwt as the weight of the imports should suit her Chinese THE BRITISH Frederick the Great. It will be
purpose, upon our even if :the load !should cost two hundred convert are passengers in the samevessel. PARLIAMENT. snlenilk

of 184G-taking the receipts of American coast. This great national advantage( is thousand dollars a mil,>. The commerce OREGON TJRRIToRy.-Mr. Hume asked) a typographical production. Only 3fH
Cottons :tt 243,318 bales and of all pained by the British Government pies will be struck off ,and a 'i3
throughthe : of Mexico, alone would insure this, # : whether the Government had been I ropy
other officially
descriptions as given, at 79,448 bales, t incorporation 'of the steamships used I in A Convention presented lo foreign
and if to that can he added) the i immense of delegates i informed that L every government.
and allowing the American ( fn"orablei the President of the United 1
to 1 1Ibs. her
400 mail!
average: ocean service with her naval force
trade of India; and China, it would be difficult / 1 to prosecution of the SPAIN
i public works of
each, and other descriptions 200 l lb France Stales had received directions
$ : perceiving the importance of the from Congress -
even to conjectuic the future profit May 28.-Of the 2,000,0
each the difference t the Slate of New York and l\.DRID.
amounts I
to only 6.87-4 movement, proposes to establish mail lines: Ion have not much faith; in thc Indian race ever particularlythe to give notice to this country of the:jr r late loan, 84,000,000 areo<
cwtc. increase over the estimate of 1845. the same genera! plan as the British, I to induced. immediate: enlargement of the Erie C:a- be
Such being to labor-bul if anything' j intention to terminate the joint t lo employed in constructing new
estimates as these of the Board Brazil occupancyof u
of Havana and New York, La Plata, could accomplish this, it would) be such a ual, assembled at Rochester on the 19htilt. :: the pairing old roads
Trade will not bear the test of examina-1 La Oregon territory.Sir
Guayra, and such ports of the Gulf of measure as I I have I mid icatcil. Industry 1 languishes I[ Resolutions were adopted in Our Government has withdrawn from-
lion the American keeping '
; yet merchant too, will Mexico shall be R. Peel-I can have
as dt'signatcd no objection to
by royal or- without adequate) reward and i there United States the right to M'
; with
the
be liable) objects of the Convention
always io suffer from them and defOitf
until dinance. a
) It
i is intended i the
all answer the '
upon these i is nothing which so stimulates productionas question Hon. gentlemanhas the t combustibles provi ,

our own of manufactures and have reached a degree I lines except that to New York to comhineailin the facility; of transportation. I believe committee was appointed to draft a lfmoriul h put to me, by stating that the AmericanPresident necessary for its Mediterranean squ I.
importance:
give to home the preponderance prosperity over that will i ihe s I Havre with Bordeaux steam power.New The line from that next to the influence{] of our free instiulions 1- for the signature of the citizens generally has given to her Majesty's, Government The inhabitants of Mahon are very d
or to
foreign market. A few York is proposed t there is no ot tier element of t the future 1 remonstrating against any provision in t tented with the measure.
months ) the formal notice
ago we were | to consist only of steam vessels. necessary for '
; i. told lint Ihe abolition of the : greatness: and) power of this country in t the new Constitution imposing restrictionsupon The preliminary arrangements ro
corn laws: There is therefore thai t the termination of the
would'insure advance prospect with inmy degree equal in imnins lance to the Mississippi the existing convenion ; railway frm to the French fret
an on American few ) Legislature in the
cot- a shall have of
ton. Now hat the years we some forty foreignwar ;; river. 1 remember to have read) in prosecution that the notice was given with the view of are proceeding very actively.
corn laws have been the PublicV
miter'nlly modified another steamers periodically visiting our ports. some of the memoirs of Bonaparte; ; 1 ,think orks. l leading. an amicable adjustment of the It is asserted that the Spanish Gorc
pretext for t ihe ; On our own part hut one proposal to estahlish i in the volume had
written ment
by the Alike : offered the hand of Queen bla
degression: of prices has been discovered. VIEWS OF THE differences between the two countries.
mail has TARIFF.The
stenmers: passed the (House. enPENNSYLVANIA I
of the Prince
-an account discussion beiwe m to Leopold of Saxe Cobnrj&
The true secret after all, may be found in of Representatives this is the I : : Philadelphia Sentinel (Hear[ hear.)
( ; line.proposed and a singularlytemperate tha ;
the fact that the Talleyrand Boinpaite when the lattei through the Queen of PortofJ..
importance, controls foreign market, from its iiy the Post Office Department, from NewYork I was about to cede Louisiana to the United; and wise-judging paper: yet still FREIGHTS AT Ln'ERPooL.-The warJketidings t the courtiers, on the authority of the J
very prices, and this it
will continue to do until our manufacturesshall to Bremen. Oilier lines have been States very much $ opposition) to the advice a very able supporter of Mr. Polk and I his; per Cambria, have tended to check i istry denied the truth of the state

under wise and judicious home policy, greater projected success, with than prospecis the of resolved as much or of Talleyrand ; but Bonaparte, who general administration, has these remarkson shipments in some degree, and a few housesdecling ; Mr. Isturiiz; however, declaredwould Iha!
one
attain their true position. Let those who' The upon.; was very much the more far-seeing man, the proposition to the tariff to in consent that her Majesty mi h
most )prominent of these is that between knew that En land would have seized upon' repeal which ship American bottoms has ry whom she pleased with one

are perpetually look this warring upon) American in- New York and Liverpool. The i it, and therefore wisely determined! to put i it we commend to the attention of its bret h- caused some little inquiry for British ye;s- Count Trappani.
for
du-try to matter, the cotton t trade between these
planters are as deeply concerned iu it a* are between other two cities is grcaler'th1I1 out of harm's way. Talleyrand said: to him ren of the Locofoco ranks in Congress sels. There is not, however, a single American ''hp Government of her Alajrs/: Q,

the manufactures: themselves. world so distant any from each two other.points in t the in this discussion : You have been anxious THK rrARn'F.-rrhe anti-tariff men are ship in the port unfixed. Theamountof Isabella had! been acknowledged brig

to build up a nnvy. No nation ever |prodigiously inconsistent just at this time. t fired in honor of the Spanish flag ''J
Mr. King refers to the : freight going forward is still limited
BEAUTT.-There i is something! in beauty I I of fine 'fact that all lines had: a powerful military marine without first The old theory, that they advanced and ; and, Russian ship in which his Imperial :

whether it dwells in (he human face, iu I.the cities packet owned t ships in which ply> between those having a large commercial one ; this you clung to, was, that high dnt 'S overflow I the; i in the absence of much demand for passen- ness.the Grand Duke Constantine
New-York.
pencilled leaves of .flower?, the sparklingsurface )! sisted, are and even annihilated all and have re- cannot have without commerce. This treasury. .Hence Mr.:-Walker's; repoit, suggested i I gfirships, business must be considered dull, Algesiras. ,

.t of a fountain, ni' that aspect which and the committee foreign competition country of Louisianan is capable of sttip>ly- the propriety of bringing i it down to notwithstanding the unusual scarcity of The financial l position oftheSpaoi4|!(
genius breathes over its statue that makesus see no reason: ing, want which France itself does
American every t not the revenue Standard, uhch means ji I tonnage. vernment would appear to be iniP
mourn its ruin. I should not envy I that I successful.why The steamships should be less I produce, and iu the interchange of these enough to let tbe Government live fr listm judging j from ihe fact that the Mini8

man his'feelings!: who could see a r teaf wither 1 the establishment of committee line recommend; you may build up an extensive and prosperous hand to mouth. But now, that (he admin From the Cape of Good Hope we lear Finance had paid the clergy tbe ,f*

or a flower fall, without some sentiment Havre aNo, to the a of steamers to commerce." All of this is true. istration will, in consequence of the war, that the Kafirs have been giving some uneasiness 19.000,000 of reals during'ihe ro$*
consideration
of regret. This tender interest in the beauty : House. N. Orleans of i the Most of the oer large rivers of I the have occasion for not only 'freasury notes to the provincial. Government. May. h was again reported that, t t J Jvernment

and frailty of things around us, is on/y/ a and as being the point I: of! world run through very much the same lines but, as much as can possibly be obtained IRELAND. contemplated to supprustUvincial
deposit, for the
slight tribute of becoming grief and affection :: entry export vast co In- of latitude ; nol so with the Mississippi, from duties, the anti-tariff men, insist that PROSECUTION regiments. The situation of*
; merce of the
Mississippi) ought to be ci on- which flows AGAINST THE NATION
for nature in our adversities deserts through regions :affording almost the low in
never nccted with the duties, in accordance with Mr. NEWSPAPER.-The crown has served Portugal continued lo pre. et,
: great intendetla notice
us. She even comes more nearly to I extend the nviils: of arrangements this Government every variety of climate inhabited by Walker's bill or the bill of Mr. McKay; of Mr. Duffy, L1oPrietorofthe Nation, that Cabinet and the public SenfTa'' Pf j
t tothe civilized
us in our sorrows, and leading; us away from jhe other side of the : man, ami supplies t the productions, will bring more money into the Treasury the prosecution for sedition, founded Heraldo earnestly called upon ihe V
ocean. A line of :
:, the paths of disappointment and, pain i into is therefore mineral and agricultural, of every part t of than the present Tariff law. How utterly article thai appeared in that uponan to adopt measures to prevent the c .

her soothing recesses allays the anguish I of steamers, proposed along; the globe-the peltries of the frozen forestsof inconsistent is this with their heretofore months journal several tion from gaining the Spanish t
coast from New York to New Orleans ago, on the use of
our bleeding hearts, binds:; up ihe woundsthat [ the Rocky Mountains, the grains of I the doctrine. Besides, all experience shews roads in Ireland railways as nor" it says, we shall hare to _'J
a regular! connection with the military is to be :
have afflicted ispers the meek pie,rigS : forming ; great: north-western States, the cotton, sugar, and that low duties do not fill) I the Treasury nor ,u Saturday the brought I to plate once more scenes of disordastruction"
of heifer Atlantic line and touching at Mobile, Savannah rice of the south-western and 12th inst., before i the
es a hope and, in harmony with a lower down, I the pockets of the anti-tariff men. This Chief Justice of the _
spirit of still bolder birth, points to t hativer Charleston and Norfolk. the fruits of the tropic. \Ve may get i into was shown when we had our duties I The Dublin Queen's: Bench. RUSSIA.
home where The remaining branch of the subject referred .1 i steamboat al the Balize, and ascend the dOWllO correspondent of the Morn-
decay and death 20 which
can tie per cent., at time ihe South was ing Chronicle ST. PETERSBURG ,May
? i come. to ihe committee is the manner of river two thousand miles (to the Falls of St. terribly affected with bad limes and the Thursday last says : "':he that the cholera 2.-1 td r? ,
national use of Indian has say appears I".be
I transporting the m.iil across the isthmusand Anthony, without perceptible differencein meal now become quite y
A NEW DEVICE TO SCARE CROWS.We I to the American settlements on the Pa the width or breadth any: of the stream, bordered government stood so near zero in the general throughout the country, and i the with rapid strides towards' ibis .C11 .
.. saw, last week the European money market that'no one people prefer irtolhe whence no doubr. it will.in ,time '
: Marlbro1
( It that the
says Gazette a cific. is estimated our commercein for the whole length by the broadesland lend \onr potato, enormous'price'o'
:, %: -morel- method of ketpin:;' crows from the'coVn that ocean is of the value of twenty mil most fertile. lands iu the worlds 'fhe .:';then us of acent, ; our national! promises which, for some months past, I had ,way to Western Europe. .
? .
value
the
no in The ,
: between
: field! A manvho: ( money L of placed it the commercial treaty
had' been much an- lions" of dollars, and employs twenty thousand \ .there are the, Red River, Arkansas and Missouri [ ,-' the world. market beyond reach ofthe. laboring i and which has been*.
t noyed'by them, was told thai by extending '' It is to nina steamerfrom classes. One good effect of this.change in try Turkey,
men. proposed
] navigable for two or three ilinus:and: Besides, the Southern i ; I tb,
a cord of ichile Lwiniioiiiid1jjs papers have recently the food of1hehuiiubler preparation, was_ signed on
field classes
,0s.JJeltzetwice is'a
New Orleans red
on to
Chagres : miles, and terminating as in terra incognita uc-
yet
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pollls about ten feet high 1 he would"'get rid a month, for the iransmission-of the published! that e'present tariff l law: lon in the price of potatoes, ''both' for ned April. .
,-to ,nothing of ihe.Ohio Cumberland ;
say intended
be From Caucasus the w ,
is not
only news f
\as and for
: of these troublesome birds. He temporary enactment immediate "
tried it t on mail and the naval. ; n. -
[Oregon squadron: Tennessee and others f consumption.
AA many any o and as reason 'GovernorWright's The in the RU '?
.. ajen acre.field and assured before rfieorn l the gave i for The 1R Association Polsholdier
; us ; peal in Dublin
4 gur"and.foTlKe7conreyance"; ; -. 'which would be rivers on
; regarded 3s great :anywhere / i for ibis had at
voting! snme, e t r
: farifft 'was'ibat.lhe _
putit .up he 1 lost,at least twenty.hills'of c: tile correspondence) forourmerciantvessejs| ; else.! ..Maliliuswould : Monday, tvi'i more than usually lively, jn'Consequenre
T9"! ) .. .. never have felt Treasury was/tm/rfy and hadto'be" ) I J-eipt ,of 'she, intelligence.of thSinsurrection. '.
: : ,: dayr-butnotacrow had' been I in in that : ihe q < : pl len9m. -, of the of Mr. O'Con- ,
.r per: seen sea, say at, Sandwich i !slan(IS.. any! (fers'J'f.IJ ; al1 ascended. ,thc'Mississippi : ished.Wjih.. presence .
.. : Lhese.facstaringtIi! ricll. '
: : m fi'AmorshaYe
h'wfield since-and that will Then -
.they. actually follow some calculations,.as lo-.the, : prevailedforsometiniepastV ; I.i I.
.population subsistenceNo
overrunning bers of .PORTUGALP
:fly round the,field without daring to enter amount of ou.tbis route vhich Congress'in'thyface cauuolbelieve ; : that 'differences'existed between film i' ;i
receipts ; i.'it .
: I : one, wlio has never 'ascended'that river, that they will alter the : l i' : ortn al has been tho scetieQLaitertipt
ind'Mrr
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Itapp for the the matter be laid on the table which was and: benefit" consumers. It will also alleviate [From:; tbe N.'O. Cpm.Times.] I : 11
pies progressed
thtl6e! than ordmaidence agreed to, 99 63. This does the evil of the sadlyjndigging potatoes For Liverpool.
to hire been more yeas nays Sub-Treasury, a measure MYSTERIOUS, AND PERHAPS IM1OItan /
deviltry. 00 the 6th of 1840
e .... May, I THE Al barque JOHN BROWEH
prrG': tic atrair. not indicate an early decision upon the which will certainly be adopted, and in view TANTV ,
:aD uergt: _ graduated io a ten acre lot, and had a wide B,Hubbs, roaster, having most of bercargoengaged
Jilt question.The of which so much An eminent commercial
panic already exists in house, in thiscity field_ before, where- the harvest'was ripe will meet with dispatch. For
of the Charleston Courier. Tariff bill was taken up and discussed tbe commercial community. has received instructions! 'charter balance
; and the laborers few'-!-only one lazy nigger freight 250 bales or passage, apply to
(
WjLStttxoTOX. June 13. tbe whole day. by Mr. Young of in Letters received here vessel either for Vera
Ky., daily, by members :jCru;or';Tampico, sleeping.beside the.fence. 1 graduated that June30. HILL. DAWSON Co.
altercation took place opposition to the bill, and Messrs Owen of of from the for the of ;
.,-disagreeable: Congress commercial towns, I purpose. con\'eying-tliithera gentleman is. father said 1 and wood do
wasfitjfident, For New York.THE
A 10 the House, between Mr. Stephens. Indiana, Collins ofN. Y.,. and Chipinan of represent that, if the Sub-Treasury Bill' who has recently arrived a-t' the to travel." So I Joc moted. .

to-day and Mr. Yanc..y of Alabama. Michigan in favor of it. passes, the Government cannot obtain a North, from_ England, together with, four fcCormack splendid, master: packet will have brig TYBEE,

IIf, I left GeorP'sfl unpleasant impression upon the The debate was dull enough ; and it was loan, and that Treasury notes cannot b,kip companions. The letter to that effect, Gentleness, which belongs to virtue, is to .,for deck freight passage, apply dispatch.) to the

I 11 and may lead to other results. not attended to by the House. Each speech at par. whjch has been exhibited to us, states that be carefully distinguished from the mean njaster or to .

0Tlie Pioion Is that Mr. Yancey was ??- was an elaborate essay addressed not so 'The object of Commander Slide!! Mac th e party in question having powerful reasons spirit .cowards andfthe fawning accent of July 7. NOURSE, STONE & Co.

ctsrily and intentionally personal and much to the House as to the constituents ke nie's mission to Havana, has been variously for avoiding the Havana route, applied sycophants. It removes just right from ,-Six month alter ion
publica of
1I \ I'O man iu the House is more re- of the several members. represented. Some have supposed to our Government, at Washington, for fear, it gives up no important. truth from NOTICE application will be made to the

t. than Mr. Slepbrns. In the Senate, to.day, the resolution of : that it has reference to Santa Anna's revolutionizing permission to proceed to lIexico.UDmolest. flattery ; it is indeed. not, only consistent Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for

ct Stephens a day or two ago poke Mr. Johnson of La. directing that the sub- i Mexico, and requiring power, find ed, and to charter a vessel with that view at with a firm mind, but it necessarily\ requires I :a final settlement cf administration of tbe

Mr.l; e sob eel of the origin of the Mexisp ject of the lIon mas land palents be submitted I making peace with the United States. But New Orleans. The request was not only a rmnly spirit and a fixed principle in order I estate of William Bryan, deceased, late ol saui

: and expressed his opinion that it to the Attorney General for his opinion the atowed object of his visit is to ascertain granted" but instructions have been forwarded to give it any real value. county. ELIJAH BRYAN,

CaD ;o"ed by the advance of the United'I as to their validity. was passed. whether there is to be any privateering to Commodore Connor to facilitate the! June 30,1546. 25-6m Administrator.

!asrr roop5 upon the Rio Grande. 1Ir.Iatt' ; Mr. Westcott offered :a resolution calling against our commerce, and, if so, to take object of the travellers by transferring them A gentleman asked a wag the other day TAKE NOTICE-Thirty days after Ihe pubK-

rtplitcl and vindicated the course for the letter of Gen. Gaines of the 7th of measures to prevent it ; and, also, to purchase oni board of an English man-of-war, from the reason why so many of the tall gentlemen of this notice, I shall apply to the
'
ra : ..ar. This morning, Mr. Stephens January last: which was agreed to. the two Mexican steamers for this whence they can be easily landed at either were old bachelors ? The reply was, lion Jud:.;e of Probates for the Ccur.ty of Frank

'of I ind obtained leave to make a personal TheVarehouse bill was called up by Mr. go'ernmrnt of the above-mentioned places. The vessel that they were obliged to lie cornerwise in lin, for the appointment of Commissioners: to allot

70e 1lanatiOfl. He produced Mr. lancey's Dix, who explained the objects and principles. The rumor Is confirmed that the Senate will be ready to leave by the first of bed to keep their feet iu, and a wife would and sell off the dower roC the undersigned: inthe

of bis speech which he found in the He showed, satisfactorily, that the will take in hand measures for adjusting the July. be in the way. estate: of Ebenezer J. Wood. deceased, late ofthe

,sUnion'erS1 Ion 'this morning. and referred to some bill l would promote not only the commercial Mexican difficulty. Mr. M'Duffie is to introduce The gentleman?; in question is a near relative county of Franklin. .

of it that reflected on him, (Mr. S.) interests, the manufacturing interests, but the measure. Mr. Calhoun as you of the Mexican Ambassador in London, COMMERCIAL. Apalachicola, June 23, 1816.M. A. WOOD.23-1m' "

rtlpclared? that 'this speech, as published the interests of commerce. The subject may remember, endeavored to have the war and is waiting, probably at New York, for

had} 110 J i been delivered in the I House, and was postponed" Wednesday" next. Bill postponed. If he had succeeded, he despatches[ by the Caledonia steamer, now ARRANGEMENT. F OItEICiPEffIThHfLREPUBLICATION ;[

he *ent on to notice some of its remarks I learn that the difficulty that occurred would, as be had said to his friends, have du e. His movements may have some con Leaves Chattaboochee Thursdays, 1 P. M.

him. (Mr. S.) \1r. Yancey replied, yesterday between Mr. Yancey annd Mr. offered a proposition that would have prevented nexion with the existing state of affairs in Arrives at Apalachicold Saturdays, 12 M.

WjMr[ Stephens rejoineJ. Both paities Stephens, has been adjusted by the interposition the war, and rendered: it unne M exicoAt all events, the inference is not Leaves "Tuf'sdcl'S. 9 A. M. OFTile

e tery warm and very bitter and per- of friends. cessary. improbable. Arrives at Chattahoochee Thursdays, 12 M. London Quarterly Review.,

becalm I The altercation suffered to drop WASHINGTON:' June 21. =- REMARKS ON THE MARKET. The Edinburgh Review, .

f \jr. Stephens after. Mr.1 Yancey had The death of Mr. Herrick, which [From tbe Whig'Banner ] PRIVATEERS alias PIRATEs.-Capt. Leland The Foreign Quarterly Review,
occurred
-
1J I ref1 ;)bets and accusations upon last night, will be announced to-mor-: PUBLIC DINNER TO MR. CADELL, AT of the brig Louis Walsh from Kings- COTTON.-Our cotton market may be said to be The Westminster Review, o.e closed for the There is sale.
PALATKA. season. none on
Mr.S. will not. probably trouble the ow, and prevent the transaction of business tont Ja., which she left on the 17th inst., ADBLACKWOOD'S
tim. the JUNE 12, 1846. arrived here yesterday and informs that FREIGHTS.Since odr last in consequence of
with matter.
in us ,
more Congress for that, nnd, perhaps the EDINBURGH
succeeding
flnSe any -
These "|)ersonal explanations" are only I day. Mr. Herrick represented a One of the most pleasing records we have a (ew days before he set sail, the brig Telegraph several arrivals the rates have slightly given way.: MAGAZIXE.

for personal quarrels, and they district on the Hudson river, opposite to to make in this, our first number of the ('apt. Young, from New Orleans, We notice the engagements of two hrigs and oneship

'UCllses vofht no longer to be permiitwl. Albany.It \Vhig Banner," is the public dinner given had reached the former port, bringing; intelligence for New York at 5-8c. and some small par. The above Periodicals are reprinted in New-

The Tariff was at\ last taken up in the was expected" that the nominations: for to Mr. CABELL, at Palatka. The (dinner of a rather startling character. Capt. eels taken to fill up at 5-8d. for Liverpool. York, immediately on their arrival by the British

HOD*. Mr. McKay did not open the delate. he army, under the supplemental bill, was ample, abounding in all the varieties of Young states that on the 6lh inst.. when hewas steamers, in a beautiful clear type, en fine whita

lIe reserves hirmelf for a reply to would be sent into the Senate to.morrow. game?; fish, vegetables, &c., for which this off Cape Antonio, he saw a piratical- COTTON STATEMENT. Last paper, and are faithful copies o C the originals! '

the oppoiiwis' ,, of the Bit). Mr. Seaborn It is a matter of certainty that Gen. Hous- portion of East Florida is so justly celebra- looking schooner, with two American schooners Stock on hand 1st Sept- .. ....4 year 315160C BLACKWOOD'S of the MAGAZINE being an exact facsimile

Jones "Pained and advocated the Bill. ton would have been nominated as one of ted. Captain Wightman lone his very best, alongside of her, which she had cap- Received past week.. .... .... \ The Edinburgh edition.
and| we venture to has established red ..... .. wide-spread fame. of these splendid Periodicals
'l'beBiII was proposed originally, as a peace he Mnjor-Generals. had more than one ad- say a reputation tu firing into an American ship. Hew previously 110,33Total..bales renders it needless to say much in their

inrssnre.! but as we were now in a state of litinnal office of that grade been created. attendance for good eating that good: drinking! and sa her tire two guns into the latter. The Exported past week........ .-..2,493.f 110,307 j'raise. As literary: organs, they star.d Jar in advance -

var.some rnodarrcallOns would be necessary, But, as there is to be but one it is generally ready will not leave him in Telegraph hoisted British colors, and boreaVay {lrl'viou.ly..9: ?, 2) of any works (.f a similar stamp now pub-

-bah, be saiJ. would be proposed by the supposed that the office will be conferred a hurry. Owing: to some little difference in for Kingston. where she arrived on the Totdl.... .... .. -101,313'149019: lihed, while the political complexion of each is

Committee ofVII'S and Means.JJr. on General Taylor. I find, however, that, the time in which Mr. Cahell was expected 9th inst. It is reported at Kingston! that: marked by a dignity, candor and forbearance not

Jones refers, no doubt, to the duties h. the opinion uf some, Gen. Houston is to from St. Augustine, plates were not laid there are eight or ten privateers* on the coast On hand and shipboard not cleared .8,939 2387EXPOBTS 1' ol ten found in work of a parry character.

proposed liV, the Secretary of ihe Treasury be the man. until about 4 o'clock. A goodly number of cf Cuba. Wei trust! since Capt. Young They embrace the views of the three great

si war dl1I1'CS, on lea, coffee and other articles We hear no one mentioned for the offices the| staunch yeomanry of the East, full ofWhig says he distinctly saw:, the schoonet fire intOfJe OF COTTON In 1 September FROM, 1JH3 APALACHICOLACommencing -aud same Blackwood parties in England and-the Whig" London, Tory, and Radical.-

now free. of Brigadier Generals, except Mr. Jefferson } spirit-confident in the success of ( of our ships. and consequently there is! time in 1344. Tory the Edinburgh Review," Quarttry. the are
__
Mr. M'Lean.. of Pennsylvania, and Mr. PN1lvine dViS their principles and joyous to see and have an appearance of authenticity about the report ;
Mississippi, and Mr. Barrow, Senator Past Prevj-l i Labi Westminster, Radical. The I Foreign Quarterly -
(If Pennsylvania, occupied an from Louisiana. a talk with their favorite candidate took that cruisers will be immediately des. WHITHER EXPORTED.:: week ou ly.TOTAL, I ea oo is purely literary, being devoted principally

hour each in ,'defence of the protective Though this is the summer solstice tbeday se( ats. Col. Ben. Hopkins-every one knows patched from Pensacola to look after this Liverpool.... .... .... ..1531 .33741 .35272 .-1651; to criticisms on foreign Continental Works. .

i is what a genuine fellow the Colonel is-pre- mysterious rover. !Havre.... .... .... ..'...... ..4333 ..4833 ..25S7 The prices of the RE-PHIXTS less than
cold. are
fJ1ttm.tr. uncomfortably sided. Captain Wightman, that famous NantzTrieste..... .... .... ......... ...... ...... .2594 one-third of the
) E. B. [Holmes) of New York, availed Mr. Barrow has been recommended ..... foreign copies, and while theyare
.
by A CHANCE .. .... .. .. .j. ... .. .!)(J)2
old salt assisted "
himself of ibis opportunity lo make a the whole Senate, and Mr. Davis has been at the lower end of the FOR SPECUL.TloUnderchis : Genoa .... .....1 ... ... ...2421 I equally well got up, they afford all the advantage

ipfrcb asamst: the Mexican var. strongly urged. Mr. Davis is a graduate of table. On the right of the Colonel sat Mr. cnpt ion, the YHZOO City Whig, after Other ports.: ...... .... ...... ; (),... ;) ...1190I to the American ever the English reader.

The Tariff bill was laid aside till tomorrow West Point Academy, and has served in Cabell, on the left, Mr. A. II. Cole, a gentleman : observing thai the pay of the officers and Total to For. Ports....153)1.39-
and the invali-l pension. billt liken up. the army. His first wife was a daugbtr; of well respected eveVy' where and although soldiers of the Army will amount to a little New York..... ........96. '.315911325.'}> .3Sthr- PAYMENT TO BE MADE IN ADVANCE.

In the, Senate; Mr. Allen's resolulion re- Gen. Taylor.Some a whole-teamed Loco had no hesitation over fourteen millions of dollars a year, goes Boston .......... ... .. .1233 1.1 3() .25-194 For any one of the four Reviews,$3OO per annum.-
in his with on to that Government give the ProvidencePhiladelphia... .. ....1.. ..... ('
icindai' the 40th rule of the Senate, and munching corn Mr. Cabell. suggest joh .69 .51..696. .. 16 For any two, do. 5,00 "
apprehension is felt that the Asiatic On the left of Sir Archy sat the Whig of whipping the Mexicans to the States of .... .......... .. .932.932; ..2-198 For three, do. 7.00 "
thereby throwing open the doors and gallertcs cholera is on its march to and through this Mississippi Louisiana flaltimnre i .... .. ......... .... .. ..1835 For all any .
Banner and i four ol the Reviews
the boys fell in, round and Alabama, Tennessee '
during the discussions: in Executive contiDt nt. The identity in the character: of New Orleans......... ..... ..23741..237-1, ..8616 8,0 ..
Sessioa. WHS cousidered. Mr. Allen urged the season with that of 1832 and of about, up and down, .the thing came so Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, and O therport .... ...... ...... .2O40..204O.2O1! :3 For !ack\o' Magazine, 3,0
present
naturally. 0, it was a glorious !! Texas: which they will undertake to execute For Black\\o and the four Re.
there in scene
that was no use keeping up the the diseases and, symptoms which precededthe I Tott1Coastwjse..tl62.&r276.6ir21S: : 1.8. 31
"
form confidential I debates and proceed. onset of that plague, serve to increasethe Knives rattled, plates clattered, and the best for eight millions, thereby effecting a i: TOTAL-BALES....-1-.... ......'10131s--149019 10,0

in%!. when. in substance they were imprac apprehension which is founded kind of justice was done to the goods the saving of six millions of dollars to Uncle CLUBBING. _
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upon) I Gods Wit flew S am. Four copies of or all of the above works
provided. good cir any
liquor
ticable. He referred to several newspapers the intelligence of the of the cholera ; : MANIFEST OF CARGO
progress culated. and fine This petting whipped 1 is will be sent to one address on payment of the regular -
bffore him for erMence in their columns abroad. It however. that the Hilarity feeling prevailedover Ir I by contracts I Per Steamer Augusta .
appears subscription for three-the fourth
that in spite of ..lithe of the the festivity-anrlaltogether! a heartier rather a novel idea, but we doubt not the copy
injunctions rumor of the actual appearance of the disorder :Mexicans Trip JY0. 1, from Eufaula Apalachicola.. being gratis.
and a happier set of fellows would speedily accomodate themselves
downto
Senate never sat
thing done} said I
every important
or
: in Canada is unfounded. ( : and communications be
mUit
WHEATON Master. (1 Rl'mitances
the festive boarl. Our to the change: ,
even at half'price.
here immediately made known. A full, It is still believed that Mr. Buchanan i is temperance 5 bhls. Turpentine. to E. McCuIIy. m ca e without expense to the publish
instead: of a partial publication} of the Whigs enjoyed themselves to admiration ; ers.-The former be done
piocee going out of the State Department very DINNER TO MR. C.-\BELL.-From the 40 Sheep, to order. may always through aostmaster
<)in2$ was desirable. soon. But it is now said that Mr. Buchanan t they gave and took the jnke-passed the Palatka Banner have 12 dnz. Chicken, 20 lbs. Butter, 46 doz. Esrs!!, P by banding him the amount to be
ilr. Allen's motion was rf'jected-Jca'i will pure pellucid-" lead off the dance," Whig we the extreme 1 bag Peaches;;, 1 do. Apples, 1 quarter! Beef. 1 lot remitted, taking his receipt and forwarding the
prefer to go to England. in the room I gratification to learn tha'lr., CABELL is Melons toB.TS.
13. rms! 33. and gave "html: knocks" every where. Hawley. receipt by mail, P t-paid ; rr the money may
The Senate: took the bill reduce of Mr. )1'Lant", who is about to return After the removal of the cloth, then camethe : again fairly before the people of Florida, asa 14 doz. Corn, 1 bbl. Apples, 1-2 doz. Pumpkins I, be enclosed in a letter, Pest-Pai. directed tothe
to Mansion!
up home on account of bad health. candidate for Congress. He is gentleman House. publishers.
a
and! fraduate the regular toasts ; these were responded toby Eg Butter and
price of the public lands of ? Chickens, to U. G. Ranry. N. C.
The
sml : WASHINGTON: ,June 22. the in the right American distinguished character: and fine attainment Chickens Butter Postage on all these Periodical
: and
; made some progress; in it. The Senate company spirit Eggs, Meal, to M. P. is reduced the
late
t and richly deserves the full Ellis. by Post-Office to
then went into Executive Session the: It: is now well ascertained that Mr. Pak- u and although there were many gentlemen confidence lw. abut
Oregon on enham has no instructions to offer the mediation present who were unused to excitement of the people. Of his success we 1 Koon Skin, 6 doz. Chickens, 5 gallons Milk, one t.id the former rates, making :very impor
Treaty.; have to I. D. Busbf rant saving in the to mail subscribers.
Mr. McDiilfie has an important duty to h of Great Britain between the United I i on any subject, yet every one caughtfire he visited scarcely Palatka a doubt. On the 12th inst., 1 koop Chickens, 1 Eggs, 2 box Butter, E. B.: %* In all the expense principal cities and towns
of
perform Chairman of the Committee ol Slates and Mexico. There can scarcely fr and every voice was raised to swell the partook a public dinner Whstmarsh.: thpvghout the United States to tchich there is a
be doubt however acclaim. and made a most eloquent and impressive 1 Cash Package, 1 Tom Cat, one Sheep Shank direct
Foreign AffAirs of the Senate. He is a that the British Government general : Rail-Road Water communication from
iMceJon' the subject of the: :Mexican war.un- is well disposed to promote an early REGULAR TOASTS. l speech. Col. BENJAMIN HOPKINS presided (l3 to make." a hasty plate of soup,") for Old Shin t.one. e city of JVeir-York, these periodicals will be -

He : l settlement of the difficulties between the and a large number" of gentlemenwere delivered FREE OF
hm given; no opinion, as yet. on the 1. Our gallant army on the Rio Grande. POSTAGE
lubject t two nations, before We shall have ab- present. The Bannerszys that on eccasion PASSENGERS. LEONARD, SCOT& ., Publishers)
whereI"! quite 2. doctrine. "
; <'. Mr. Calhtiun had ex- Oregon. Whig The wholeor June 13. 24-6m St.'New.York.DR1 .
0 and tine
preyed; the opinion th.it our sorbpd Mexico. If Great Britain had intended none." "hilarity feeling prevailedover ,1 Per steamer Auusta-\laj George F Baltzell I, 12 Fulon
tjnveintneiitoa
the festivity-and, altogether, a heartier Messrs B Hawley N Baker and
Bowen.
:ht to after t to interfere in a hostile or unfriendlymanner 3. Floridians. Never backward when ,
pan e taking possession ol I and FEUCHTWANGER'S'
a happier set of fellows
never sat
the country on the Rio Grande. in this war. she would not have heir calls.
country EXPORTS.
down l "
fP- S.-The Senate this evening. at five settled the Oregon question, on terms so favorable 4. The whips in Congress. First for May to this the,festive to the board.\Vhigs) of Florida, be Ln.ERPOOL-Per ship Blanchard-1531 bales Scolicotoxicon Insects.* or Poisons for I

o'clock adjourned: after having ratified the to us. peace, the first in war. cotton.
but
Ortzn: Treaty. I learn that the Senate intend to take The President then offered the following : the prelude to that greater and more NEW YORK-Per brig Alabama-537 bales TUST received per brig Pioneer, which will if

The some steps to define the character of our Hon. E. universal triumph, which, we trust, they? cotton. J properly applied, immediately exterminateats I
vote C. Cabell The victim of
according to rumor, was for a political shall have reason to celebrate next autumn. Per brig Leonora-373: bales cotton. R Mice, Cockroaches, Fleas, Mosquitoes &
with Mexico and the -
ratification misunderstanding ,
::9. it 14. proper l majority in Congress. May the .
against coming [Savannah Republican. N &C. Also, Fly Paper,for the destruction of flies,
terms of its adjustment; in other words;, election veto their decision by hundreds.On for sale by J. C.

The \V A'UIXGTOX,June 19. they intend to indicate measures for a speedy the announcement of this toast, :\1 r. i1 MARINE A INTELLIGENCE. June CDrugs AL'
ine following: ; was the vote, as I learn: i in restoration. of peace. That the Senate, by Cabell rose and addressed! the at GOING TO LAW.-Two Dutchmen, who
naie: the ratification of company built and used in common a small bridgeover -
the Ore
upon : their course on the Oregon:: question broughtit = Medicines A Chemicals
gon Treaty considerable length. [Having so much on F OR.TOF APALACHICOLA.... ...
viz: i a small stream which ran through iheir July 7. A NOTHER
: to a favorable issue there is no doubt. our hands this week j id order to out supply of fresh Uni s jnst receive -
get our
YE.tSMssr.Bn' Arch} r. A hlf'Y. Baby, Bar- The proceedings of Congress have been sheet we have been unable to write farms: had) ( a dispute concerning ceitain repairs CLEARED. jCjL by Brig Republic, which makes my

cb' n-rrin, C-ilhonn, Chalmers Thns.ohn i interrupted the oV.ith' of member Mr. out which it required, after a time; one June 30-Brig Alabama Allen for New York a complete, and the best quality.
) "' M. Clajtnn, Colqmti Corwin Da.t' by : a Mr.1 C/s remarks from our notes in time. o
'II Iyto) of them declining to bear portion of by Wm G Porter Jc Co. J. C.
DIt.E\'i1D Herrick. of New York. He attended any ALLE.N.
Gr '
how to We shall
ne, Haywood. them
publish Mr.
;( iJll1nton,Joh -on. cf MarvUnd, John-uo I, his duties in the House Tuesday. 0 next paper.] t ihe expense necessary to the purchase of July 3-Brig Leonora,Mandaeil: for New York, B. My Store will be kept open I
on
0Saturdiy C. concluded with the
LOlAk1ana. J following sentiment : three by Wm G Porter &: Co. Summer. All orders thankfully received,prompt.y *
| McDufiie. Manum Miller two or new Finally the
fWt planks. ,
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fOTiead, Xllootl, Pt>arc,", IVnnyUacker( ,,Phelps, morning his illness assumed a dangerous I- East Florida-The generous hospitality aggrieved Schr St. Rosa, Webb, for New Orleans. l attende to and correctly! put up. .
character and he died that party went to a neighboring lawyer, July 6-Ship Blanchard Blanchard for Liverpool I
n-'L"P,!.SlIwno't'l!.', I\t'ioht t/Tnrney, Uphdtn.oodlme ;, evening. of her citizens entitles them to tbe possession .
-f'II'I/-r \ and placing ten dollars in his hand said. Chas
&
: 'pSftonw, Ynlee-41. Mr. Carroll announced the event in the j of her rich and prolific soil and climate. by Rogers Co. -

E; :'Messiurs:! t Allen, Atchison, Atherton, House, and delivered a eulogy on the de 5. The tide of emigration to the East. I'll give you nil dish moneys, if you'll ARRn"ED.luly For Sale. .
trJ
fitl? sht, Ca >*ron, Ca's, Dickinson, FairtnDfeHD ceased. Mr. Dix did the same in the Your hand, fellow whig make Hans! do justice mit. de prid e.-" 2-Brig Tybee, McCormack, fm Provi 20 BOXES Roofing Plate, 14 by 20. "..
> Jdrnam, Sample, ::5turg..oo-l-1 Senate. How much will it cost to repair the dence, to Nourse, Stone Sc Co. 3 do Tin do 1-3 X, .
ne Senators were present and] voting 6. The removal of the Seminoles now i in bridge ?" asked the honest counsellor of Schr St Rosa Webb, fin New Orleans. bdU Sheet Iron, Nos 12 to 2U,
Col.
of N. H.
"cept Mr. Crittenden, who was accidental Cilley appeared and was the country. Whigs see to it. the determined litilant.Vell, den, not July 6-Ship Marianna. Coffin, fin New York.: Braziers'and Sheething Copper .
V absent. qualified as! Senator from New-Hampshire, 7. The immediate payment of the remaining I- five Brig Choctaw, Smith, fm Boston. Block Tin, Lead, Iroa and Tin'd Bivets, .

General Armstrong, Consul of the U. S.rLfPool for the remainder of the unexpired term of l i claims of our fellow citizens for meritorious I- more ash well "tollar, replied the Dutchmnn.h I. Steamer Augusta, Wheaton, fra Euf said the
came o'verin the Great Wesiib Mr. Woodbury. Mr. Cilley is first \Vhi g service in the late Indian war. lawyer, pocketingone I Nail Rods, Tin Ware, wholesale and retail -
trit special despatches: from 'Ir.i :. Senator sent from New-Hampshire sincethe : 8. The immediate disposal of Territorialscrip. of the notes, and giving him the other, LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. by -
rake this and and the bridge SHIP.
4'Lane 1827. go get Nov ROBERTS, ALLEN Co.
i here. to this government, and 'is now year repaired ; it's the best course can Marianna, Coffin, 379 tons, for New York, loading &
; I learn that he brought important: We have had a rumor that this Government 9. Our constitution, our laws, and our you -:Master.:
1;, ( take. .- Yaas, said the Dutchman, slowly r- Pc.'fumcr.
'ces: '" has received from
m relation to the Oregon treaty. I Ji H proposition Pare- inih'pendnce-"ihey must and wiLL be pre BARQUES. /"COLOGNE, FloridaVater ExVy -
'PPMrs that the offer made to the United des to renew negotiations for peace. The served" by the people. l .a.a-s : dat"ih more better as to Sarah SheafT Sands, 401 tons, for Liverpool, loading tracts, Violeta, Jassmine, Amber,

Sate: b the Britil! President would not listen however to anything 10. Parties. Essential: to the quarrel mit Hans ; but as! he went along: -J Day & Co. Soaps, Preston: Salts, Otto of ,ortag.&c. .
i Government
: Pree V was ap- but a direct offer of terms. No preservation home, he shook his head frequently, as if John Brower, Hubbs, 310 tons, for Liverpool 1, Jan 24 J. '. S
by a more of when founded
. the Pri majority of only ONE vote I in liberty upon prinri- unable after all quite clearly to see how he loading-Hill, Dawson Co. \LL.
", Council. temporising be endured. subversive of when founded 249 for Saddlery for Sale at Cost and
. Sir Robert Peel himself ples liberty had Curtis, Outrrbidge:, tons: New York, loading -
The funeral Herrick will take gained\ anything by going to law.Knickerbocker..
of Mr. Master.
tanthf'ID he "..t.lalirc.Ir.! :\ states upon devotion to men. Charges., S
that if the of the Mexican place at 12. to-morrow, and of course no 11. The Florida Whigs: of 1845-Firm [ BEtCS. on hand an assortment of
< news HAVING Sdle.
McCormack 329
Tybee, tons, for New York,
rhd btta business will be transacted. &c. &.c I will of
received before the to their principles then ; they will as Nourse dispose a
"iI$t \. question prove THE REV. SOL SMITH.-Amongst the loading- Stone te Co. above for cash. tem S
offer true in '46. {Choctaw Smith, 195 tons for New York load
I11'6 would Dot hare been WASHINGTON, June 21. ,
bad taken the North American On hand fine and Harness
; and passengers up by ing-Master. a Buggy which will
no other 12. The of the citizen-
The offer. The funeral of the late Mr. Herrick look rights adopted steamboat to St. Louis, from the wreck i of ___ be sold for cash. -, "- ;

tbited' '' .Jnrlj'8t nitiflcatioi of the treaty !hy the place to-day, a discourse'! was pronounced Republican brotherhood. t the National, was a woman and her six CLINTON THIGPIN, is my March 2 HOBART j

tes from tes, will prevent any consequen- by the Chaplain of the House, and the solemnities 13. The Fair of our land-Loved and children, who had lost their natural protec- NOTICE.-Mr. agent during my absence
the ir cherished. In their smiles cull received brig Morea, from N.-Yrk,
per
relactn of bright we
the British Govjt
attended the President
tTht10 were by t tor by the disaster. A collection was from the State of Florida. JUST
>-
proposed kegs Nos. 1 and 2 Lead iou boiled
adjut the happiness in their devotion we realize bliss. ; gab. ,
.] question. The : and his Cabinet. The Houses did ; J. W. BABCOCK. .
i 00 doubt treatv : two not by a Rev. gentleman, and the party I Linseed Oil ; 500 Ibs. Putty; 20 boxes 3 by 10 .
But I'.bczhe be ratified on the other side take up any business. [Here follows a number of patriotic toasts pitched upon "to carry round the hat" was Apalachicola: July 7, 1843. 27-4t- and 10 by 12 Glass; 20 doz. pints Congress Spring

4aktnam b'Caltdonia T we learn that Mr. In consequence of this interruption of by individuals, which want of space compels: no less a personage than the Rev. Sol TOTIC&-PETER HOBART, Esq., is my Water; 100 lbs freshTanarina; Gum and. Orget '

J:1edi: been instructed to offer thetbennJCfoGreal public business, it has been again proposed : us to omit. It is needless to say that we Smith. He managed to raise about forty i"4 authorised agent during my absence from Syrups! for sale by J

Britain in the affairs of by some of the members to adjourn from dollars.-[N. O. Delta. the State of Florida. May 16. 11.0 ABELL.. '

ilsii tblle States and Mexico. We learn the 6th of July to the 1st of October ne t. I are gratified at these indications of approbation _ HENRY G. GUYON. Boots and Shoes "'

: their the. French Government has i in- Many members and Senators were consulted I and sympathy for Mr. Cabell from the NIMROD'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY. was bornin Apalachicola, June 3), 1846 BOYS* and Men's Russet Brogatw, ,,' .. i7- ,

Froll1tb tse sqnadron in the \Vest Indies. I Ibia on this subject to-day, and the project people. Conscious as we are of his worth, March, in the midst of all sorts of weather TOTICa-Mr. JNO. S. HUTCHINSON i is len', sew'd and pgd Kip Brogans.f ? .:
that ; circUmstances, some appreheml found much favor. All those who I'N absence from Calf. *'>: : .... S
and authorised duing
bode are opposed and knowing, as we do, -that his course people. My life thus far, has! been our agent our "
1 ".ty.I 1 DO good to us. Great Bri1 i- to a reduction of the Tariff, are in favor I almost a continual march. \Vhen I first the State. MATHER & BARRY. Wm's pegd and sew'd Shoes, ChiIdren'sdo.do.S, .
1 'oterfere and settle the throughout has been dictated wholly by a Super Ladies Kid andMoroccohoes,, "' -, ', .
question of this scheme, for it will, by delay, as looked upon the world, the weather and June 13, 18.t6.NOTICECHARLES. ""' -J. [,
n'J anti Mexico if she before sense of public duty, we shQuld be !lost to Super Ladies'Gaiter Boots, : '.-
bar can, they think, help to defeat that measure.S several is (
r father's bills were unsettled ; consequently J.' SHEPARD my Gentlemen's coarse and fine Calf Boots, "i
onquered
t Would the northern'prot inces.Ire : me are also opposed to continuing the every honorable feeling did we not w1e ss I was born in rain, in poverty.in while I am absent A large and extensive -:

001 d'apptar' that France! and England Session during tbe month. of July, which such indications with pleasule.-7'alTcil.a-; Connecticut and in a house. My father, Cram the, State of Florida. for sale byV}artment..J reie.and ,

}j< f*' in countenance our pro- will certainly be necessary if the revenuemeasures Sentinel. however, as I grew. up. had the care and June, 1S46. 23-4t J. W. RINALDT.OTICE Nov 2l 41 "Wafer.street. -
see ]JA'St. -
..exieoblOrbIDg the nonbe bf _ ,
provinces be
are to perfected. means to give me a middling education, anda -Mr. WM.-- H. LONG is our agent v .
J
10 the Hons The Ware-House bill is to come up tomorrow Louis paper: tells us a story of a good flogging: when I deserved it, I for i"4 during our absence from the State. AnctioB and Commission Bas .".' "

tda tPoluIio ta.dty: ., Mr. McKajofler- in the Senate. There will be much ; disconsolate widower who seeing the i re- which I am obliged' to be obliged. Thefirst May. 30" MILLER & Co.: .. ness. < S "''i I I
for will continna1 the Auction
tif1debate on the the 30th termination Jone. the opposition toil, and_ much 1 difficulty'as to mains of his late. wife lowered into the crave is a blessing that I shall never forget.and Coffee. STAR&io Co Bosiryns in Zufaab, nd, 4 a. f fthroughthesummer fl

tog or Alobam, Mr. Hous- its details. The measure will, !exclaimed with tears in his yes, \Ve the otherdressing that I can't help' 1rflAGS' Rio Coffee.landing from brig VirT and wiQ pay strict Afabma "
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," ek. SIr. Pollock" .mCed to fix .SatDrday ly, promote.tbecommerce' and the, naviga-; I've lost my. cows, bat I never badanythingte.i.to I but remember. Under his kind care/andII j.I: ) 'ginia. for fafc by. to all goods consigned to their care.. M.t.atet W S

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A "SUCKER." IJf A WARM BAlI Important National TVorlt. tgat T titti3. I ninttoiflNotttr.i. -THC and subscriber

Our friend of the Italian Baths" has THE STATESMAN'S' MANUAL constantly have,on !hW.J ha, ?

4 ,"jiist about the nicest arrangement it) the I Jackson Circuit Conrt. NOTICE-All persons having claimagainst! assortment of DRUGS4

shape of a bath, that an up-river man can A NEW AND E.VUAARED EDITION F PRESIDENTS SPRING TERM, 1$1G. ", late of Franklin county, deceased CINES, wbich he vi

desire; but still he hasn't after all, pot the :MESSAGES, WITH A | The Farmers' Dank of Virginia, are requested to present the same ,duly 4U& and of the best qaalfiir'XW

Iate
: In TIJCO Hantlsinie In Chancery. or Ibis notice will be plea in bar Jheir, recovery their call *
that \vf found, oat recently at !the Si. Volumes, Sro. o/oper v. tn advance lo examine i *

Char? Hotel, New Orleans. We called Sevfii IlinifeJ.Pn&t E'ich t'fl\ omaq I\!. Whfte, AUm'r&c. : and all persons indebtedto, said estate'arerequested Goods, before jiurchasing elewhee' FCCLNJf.
*
I.V IIANrsOttSMtfSUX. -BINDING? et.al. Defendants.I to make immediate payment. : Physician's prescription
in to .see our ohl acquaintance, the liishrJaJyt .__: p. T*. appearing to the Court t by affidavit, that 4ii; '. .4 B. ELLl.SONAdm'r. TOR the cure of Dipephi or Indigestion, 131-! care and accuracy at'any hour of thed\pni

who does the lowels. fccM and who- PHICS FIVE DOLL.VRS. .i-.ww. .. ,.; .\Tilhia'r, one of the dH'eiidarits, 4paiaehicoIiJunc.1Isi6: ]:23-' m iNOTICE ious and nervous Headache, 1Corist i.r inn, J. C.

ninrrt stretch to )her girdle-resembles nothin )- resides beyond IM limits of the State <'f Florida, Dinrrahtea, Gout, RhcumatNm, Gravi-f f, Flatuency March 2t Cor. Cenlre and
apply
:;'fleshy, in petticoats, except it bo Fal- THE A T>nsiE5Es AND'MESSAGE'S OF to wit, in the Slate of Virginia. It 1i4 Ihen-f; 1 -Six weeks after( date, I will &c. For ale! \vhole nle andrrMil, by
Jud of Probate of liaisaiii ot"
MaflT. disguised t'fie "fat woman of Brent THE PRESIDENTS? OF THE U. S. or dcre.1 1 that said defendant appear aril answer the j Franklin Coimtvfor' Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, 1)rtitzi't. JLivctivorT
t letters of %Immigration the estate of REMEDY west JL
ford in the ] Wires." We ANXUAL ANn SPECIAi, siid complainant's bill of cpmpliiut, witiun four upon A pcrUct 19 said
"Merry were
Joseph! C. Furds.ill! latent: shown into the bathing room and there we From 1789 to IS4G. month? from the ditpof toe tir-t plIICatI'fl ol ,
Said Jnd e, having; ordered, that addi'tiorialbond Czbcbs Copavia. or any of their incipi,t
discovered; that an entire new plan of letting r r'71.7i an Orizina Mrmoir of radi of tlie PrcsiJrtl t\\\'n\ order, other.usa 1 the/siid complainant's tie! said hill be given (by the Administrator, by the l oftiotti f hall be taken
.. on" and letiing off" the water had *, finl //Zv.'ary af their Maiinhtra- complaint < a? against July next, in default therein, his letters will bevoked. cflicacy; if performs a cure Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated
Robert %V. William* as and for confined, acoormij -
been introduced. We saw a shining brass ; aha a srlt'ction of l-nportant made re in s few days no confine Gefiuine BALSAM or LIVERWORT ,
di to the form of (the Statute in suh case ,
plate, with three pnlished handles, having Documents avl Statistical lifurmotion. a nd provided. It is further ordered, That a copy THOMAS ORMAN, 7 ment or restriction in diet, paros at 37-3 EOWERY. This ,Juan e;

a "crank" turn, and elegantly lettered be- of this order be published in sjme newspaper Apalachicola, June G, 1S1G. 23-Ct \ i is necessary. It will be rhItA v espoused by several eminent

Boath. I-Iot" Cold." Waste." C3MPIL rR''M OFFICIAL SOURCES, )Tinted and published once a we-'k for four months.! -Six weeks after date, I will apply \-i; fund itv.ihiilbein pr'- ar.d his been for a long lime.tr

Dy'e understand the cocks 2"! said Mrs.McTowell. BY EDWIN WILLIAMS, Dated this ci'ht day rf Mar, A. I). 154KTHO. NOTICE 1 Jurist* of Probate for Franklin county prcd v1ili the greatest unparalleled success which has aticiidVj
medicine
Ta\lor in
\ 'passibe! care, upon vehl !' perrormirig iij i,
A tTTIT ?t OF TUG XEW-VOHK ANNUAL TEC7ISTnR, &C. [ DOUGLAS, Jud.ro. for letters of sdmi'iistralinn upon the estate ot ? which in
J1 tscd principle; I. utitletI cures, many,
o1 certainly" said we-for the credit E,nb1Ii.citJ til i Portraits of ftc Presidents A true extract from the minutes of tie! Court. Samuel Simpson, late of slid county, deceased that irn'ortar.t, law: been alni< st incredible, but my thee many t

NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk. a said Jud. e has noted( delimit in the late Kecutor : ;9 upon ; cor.c-lcsni
of St. Louis and "Italian Baths. The and the Seals or Cods of Jirms of Ike firt estahisl.'l! by the eel th Doctor can bring forward are irruistjj

F fat mistress of the mysteries shut herself several Slates.CONTEXT. C. II. DUPOVF. Solicitor Counsel for: Complt.May and to Sjid estate, and revoke THOMAS! his powers ORMAN.to act. ebr.itrd Dr. Fordycf, vix : w e (1vise all who nay have cej h Mcold

out; we went to work very confidently at mv3'm; \ _.L4b.dI.l: lhat a combination of imbr -* even, to use ths perftct specific j.lay.
.5, Ic1fl. Apahchicnla, May 1-I. ISh3. r
?. Ojj
lire handle*, heard a desperate fur.1iflg w il remedies wouldr| >>dure a m re certain, L 'Franklin ?SaSS a small leak '
1. The Speeches or Ad Irenes, and Mes'acesof Fc' ak :) Ciavnir Coi. ix months afu-r -r I and considerable H'-rt than hi ship." TficrtN-re, cure
up through the polished gratings in ih tlie : c date, I will apply speeds any equiva.ent yuir cut
bottom of the "iw&"-prepared ourselves Presidents lo P ik.| of t the United States, from Washington IN CI1ANCEHY.lavy I ll to I Ihe I Hon. IVbite Court of l'rn Ini l l7VJOTIOE < d"se of f a* y single one.' In many cases the your lungs are past cure. F'rf sale by

for the and but have M Ann Rouen, } t Mui.t/, for a final discharge from th administration tl lisease is entirely prevented by its ttniflyaprIicaion. J. C. ALLEN, Sole geitr
leisurely luxury, we 2. A M'-moir
or Biognoliical Sketch of each
v>. > Dill far Divorce. of the estate of Amorv Roirerdcce.ncd: ti l'orsale hv pat4CLiC.Ck
another story to tell about the matter ; and, P r( (ttit, rceding Ilk Isize I' j. CAUTION The
John Rouen. ) IJ. T. ( .'UO. Adrn'r. Nov 5. C. ALI.EV. PruTrit. &c. genuine Dct
as tlat otlur is rather the richer of the two, 3 AT arcouit of 'he hi.vijjnntion of each a-ipe-inns; frotn the affidavit of the Solicitor DEX.L ELLISON.t.. T ALT OF LIVERWORT, has on

we shall; only say that between hot" and President, and a I History ot I the! principal political TT of t the eompl li-vint, I that I the defendant, John 4palachirn1April -I, Hit 1 t 1f.mTToriCn splendid tteel plate engrav ip tom

a. cold," we never wore so cocked in our events of his administration, and of the tnnsictions non, re' id".s hnond I the luniN ii' I the Stite nt ? terkit" signed by Gordon J. Leeds,

life. After a desperate struggle having t of ClliZr4 at eirh e smn d'irini the period. ''i-rid.i. It is nrdop'd t tl.ut pnhlicv.tion brj made I -After six month's -idIC.,1LiII u 49 vile and dangerous imitations, and the any r,

managed to get ;t hath tin ihn "improved These sketches following, the JM :aires inc the Commercial Advertiser ontna week tor the i\ t'li-t ;imtic f shrill I apply to t tie; Jndjre nf cautioru-d ml to purchase or deal ,rrrl..cteil

&. ., of cudi Pre-idait, a-id, with the AIi s-isTt's, Probate! fir: Fri'iklin C'h1.itV) lo I.e !i"tiartd 'M.
without yjrc: or four rii'tiths!i of I the I i stiluti-in t nf I this p bv the? U. S. Copy Right Laws.
pl-ui" exposing; our ignorance, we fcrnin: i a civp )endiom Political 1 1? 1 History of the st it, i ;ujriiirhirn to appear; and ans\vrr i In the fom t: tli ad mi nitration of the e.-tate of Oliver Marrii'Jt, is-it-; 12tyTarraist's

left I the place, and were met at the corner 1 United States, f ir I Hie l I h.st fit'tyovea years. lid bill 0:1: rr b 'ore t fbe fir-1 d.tv ol O lo'ior u.t, C. RnvLlond, late of said county, di--ea d.

by a rough but estimable friend frmn northern 4. D.'cl iratinn of Itid 'pendence.Tt. iod BFN F.rch NfjLTsr:, Effervescent
(r% t the siT.e! will! I b? t t.iert! n conte acrnnjillim
Illinois-nijp who has made a (fortune Article i of C-vi federal ion' ii and nrli furl her or Icr matte in I tliu ['remises M 2'' ( IS If. Adn'r. tl? bim.non.T3 Aperient.HE.LTH .
the' i G.:; Coiwtitii'hn of the United States with REMOVED: : aid
among diggings, and who can afford is to the Court may scern proper. .E;: an i
nc I zi ix: mMtiisJIKT d it. \viil
\"otes llef-rcncrs. apply cnrditirnpiw
to take a "splurge" now and then : am _fe (if bnIyv
evriy A Cony to ) \
( to thi S'roh-itt Con it of Fnniin! (Vri'tx"
I. A brief history of the events nnd circnrn- t.' of TARft XNTS
he EFFEItyj
his occasional visits the wi.LLAtT; Clerk.
so; terms to large I Iic for (fi.i1 l d disrbar trnin the aclrri'i isf
whi 'i led to the Union of the States and a iif: io' anilr SELTZER rrnu ENT.

cities. t )rnat ion of the Constitution.S .May-- ____ IS tG. 204tiAT Tiipe ff fX cut'T cf the estate of David Richard L--.t ibr This !preparation It 11nVCT417! s1liwp ,
You haint bin tin' bath hey
4 a ye T A -yaopsis ot the Constitutions of the several [ C\M! M.tcn 2' 1 MJ.i.i.il *on, deceased. :ie iics. the most popular leu.fdy r.f thee present day,*,
said hf. E. B. 'SVHITMflII.i and CLemi-is have long been
States.t' th and cnrof
C : : C ) !it Coy.1hzki.i1i PHYSICIAN |Te\eilir.n In lizPtioaBiI
*, Oh. yes," was the reply. Tables nf Members of the Cabinets of the f'ah, ) e5 -21,1 10.P : di3ver a ir.edicine I hat w<.idd and Liver Complaints, Nf rvr>uW Mkr.e4,

In them there br.iss-lundle: consnrns ?" v irii'i ; admiiii-'tratio'is: Minisfcis to r rfigni vs. $ Petition to foreclose mort- ., cure one of the most lrouble,
Yes," said we, a great improvement C otrit rie i, and other prinoip-il 1 public oflicerv. Fidnpy 11. Tord and > g'o0Khiilieth S1tle Tax Collector's Sate.UBLIC P ile. Sr.cross hn< ?t la- Seen the result. Dr. Travellrr- and residents in warm chini.5

obnates the inconvenience of the noise and 10. CluoTilojical Table of Political 1 Events in l: :\. Ford. $ : NuTlt'E! i is hereby iivea tint six JACK ON"S 1'ii.n: KMBUOOATIOV tot; or.ly sfop< (fi-id it a desirable article ; it prevents an?

clash ofthe old pta ii." t the United tatp.s.II. T/i/'iIi-i-\S: a petition has boon thi* davilled inonllis: after dtd f will expose: to sjle stJ all hlecrii'jg. nllays pain and ih'ra'nrr.aiion; : snoduostliat : mulatien rf bile, i prrfhble! and the ir.et&(4

Statistical Table of Revenue Commerce I J public outcry, npru'site: I the Court lions.' door intolerable itchinir, but efl'l-ctually! cures,
We hope that this public confession may ? V V i.i I tin-: Clrk's of.lco of I tne Circuit Court of prfpr.ntiim ia unusually cunvpr.ienf. Chiterj
but and Population. l"'raukli'i i County: t to fonvl.Kv.rt t .i c o'en! (lain ,I i in I the Cit of Apihcluctiia: ; cotnty of Frm'lin, like a charm, and in n very shnrt liwo, ;- -r.ofswhose have (frp' :rer-t occasion for centle ard j jugaties wfc

prove some atonement, we certainly 1-2. A complete: Ind v, r.r Analytical Table ol li".L-hoJ! furniture, in.uk: and oxi-cii'.td; i iri D.C.Iur t tc!: f'lo\! '. i" LotI I b i'i; and bci'ig in saiil City, lives have been rendered! misenhlj for pciirs. ; hey will lake thi 4 aperientinp
did i talk to our more i ingenious) friend iinblusuiricly. Co.'itentd the < 1 t'ic of tha! For sale by J C ALLKN,
o \vrn-le work. t county, (G'i t te!; 28'i!i day of: Ati 'jISJt -', n proMerty) : t i fnil-iwi"; i-orsms, for ) fe 'vto any other, '.-Itt? whrtr aid rtL!
lie roared out laughing, ant 1 : Taxes dnn s.iid State for the 1S13 Sole Agent fur Apltctiic.a.! Nrv 3. J. C. ALLEN
a"
; and it aji 't'.n'ilg: to the 'tiji'I'-lion; i t !ti!)>_ year pcrnl Drtr.sist.ie.Ac .
gave us his own experience of the matter. TO AMr.H'CAN' CITIZENS. h IM "f C'ilv.I March 2=5, IS I'l.
( M'rt, 'by th? n'rd.vit: ; -.f 1 tis! petitioner i t I tat t theiK''i.iins .
Old Mr. (;iii ned: there." said he. The pn'iJKlujr'! of: ihe 'ih iv? NATION v:. WORK, Sidney' : Px1'ord I and rj.Ztb. tA.: 1 F< rd i!:: I J ():iez.c. I Dn3;, iCdiCittCS, ,
"aved me if I knew I the cocks! ,' md I in i a-iMoii'iriru iN oornol'lio-i t I likes tlia opuirfo _ f A LA1\GK and IresK supply dX Urj!
;\s-dv- li.Mo-.d f.e limit-* i4 Ihe 'i sire ot I L 1- rd.i : :, C ) /
t I1iiy st.ite, ti.jf! lite sdi of th h' bei COILS, &ccnsiMmg m part ofin the
tote her yes' in course-'cause: I had bathed sun i.t I is oidcred j :Jhutiid deler.d.sMls. I (do aoiuri-' : a n.d 0 ar.d 12 ii: cjIiotri: & flns I GJnd "
e.)T'flflhttl to hi oiil thrnn.. USB article :-.>i> Cl-z Cantor ? >
; a i hont I the"Union, 1.z: Oilotpt:,iK!
a few, I reckon, though; not with ihem Kind 1K t th.'ir o!>j'viioi-, if tiy! have :r-y, within 1 MJu"5
'vho arc authori-s! to :iure pulisiTiher* lhat pt--t 5 hx* linick's P.uurva ; lu bxs Clmt 6I
o' fixins and I takes and all and !IjL'J'.iro: i Ihe fist d ot I the eisiin.I I liii I 12 ft Win. ?.Iitlser. Ai7'ILI ;
) turns em : sy : < tern; cr a.sjjns 2 YI J
them Salts
t will b no deviation IV. in the price fiv d, I a keg Epsc.m ; lu l lihis tof'perw; 1Gntn
there was all Kind.-* of splutter below but 'I' this Court, oiht-rwis.: i :' s.nd |:i-ntion shall l be'iin -I 2; !"r : !PPI:1n: 4'p pI
; nameh", rivn DOLLARS which b T Opium ; 20 lbs Sulphate) Qjmir.et: )
< icoisidcred
per n\v, inn-t ( lp( THE WU( CUBE fO.1F 1 :\
when there wasn't mite of in pro nt"o; r-r-jvidad I tliat: o' ie {'U'liiea- J U. N. Mrris, 5)C i
ready, a xvaicr reasoju'ils: fur tw> iuid--om.2 octavo London 2 I'i>tanl ; Iletbs if all[ kinds; JOb)

the blasted thing It jest oat'r.illy% run nut volirntf; of over seven hn:
fast it in. unl then I know'd what rxnen-e hi* hren ared in tim AdvtrlUi-r as as run : ; ; prepinifion succcsiivelv. A ( OU tne curtin ...\r >-, i ai-s! and the ; grc's
icaste" meant. Well, 1 jest fusses with it I of these vnlfrn"s! of DorumenN. History and) WM.( .VALLEAU; y-l'este.Cl.-rk.) JOHN discharges of matter trr-m the Kirs: Also, Powder2U Ihs English Calomel ; 20 doz
LUC A" ;h I
,
lust tip, and then down, and then one side, Statistics, to r-'irli'r the sune worthy the t pitro- April 1$, ISH. l'52raAT'CIIAMMFIJS anti rx-Oftcjo: State Tax Collector.Apabcliicoh all those mreeabe! nui-cs like tio! buw.ir.g ofins'cJs Turpentinp. and! a general as prtmnt of ailrcles

and then t'other, till I allowed I'd shut the n age, not only nt' Stat"snn: and Legislator-*, bit Jan.2J failini; ol watt-r, '.vaizzin.. of 1, 1SI ii 4GnSUale
of l.'ie' Anv-iiean AJAncH 1 t 5, 1MJ. ) : Planers Phvsician For salts
and
darn'd thing cause the tub began to (fill. public ierier.iily ; who will tii: 1in Sec., which are fyrrotom; of apprrcchiir4.deaf-! by

up i this Ti'r.vsunY OF pai.iriCAi.. K\owj.rni:, a 'zhIi ;' CoIi I. ; THX ne-s, and also ci Hi- rally atter.d.-.nt; with the di-- March 1 II- F. AEEILKlnuk
Well it kept fillin' and fiiliu', till 1 reckoned ColJcc5 rs SuEc.O .
missof inforaiatiun indidpensable to intelligent IN CHANCERY.Alplion who! 'nave hen deaf tor ten.
every e.i. rl.ry M-
it was about right, and in I went, one citizen. ? Lu1iaI! Y virtue of} tin-power vested: in me bv law,' per Books aaul Siationcrj.
? u fi.'leen and arid obliged to
leg, but-holy Egypt out I cum again, Fiirmei editions of tlia Presidents' Meis \ -3.W. lj I sit-all exif--e: for sale, b.-fore the CourtHouse 1 use cir, trumpets twenty, have\eurs, alter, usin were onar tw: Jl:12cFlLs: ( : Journals, D, j Cooks, &.c.
I nr in Jh courty!: i.f CaShou-i! : o-i t the lirstMondiy FooNcap and Lctftr Piptr
howling Tlie cu.-scd, eternal cohl' one have been imperfect: and incomplf in ina'iy reert G eorge Harrison and Marsra- i in ? OVChflh.'ln"xt 1 tIles, thrown aside their trumL b inic made ;

hadn't worked, I s'poe, and I couldn't a ?:) -.vhich Inve; now been! remedied i I 1st by a ret l triina llirr:>r/n, his wife, ; the l"llowir property t ijcj-ffc'ly wt'll Phy-icians nnd ?irjtc.u; higlilyrccoTunended : Cotton Memorandum IJoos! ;
l rr so much thereof as will the State and River UiiN
cum out wuss from a seven biter explosion careful comiaris-n with j o.Ticial document.nnil David (}. Rmey and 1ri jet F. pay it< usp. For sale bv Ship Lading ;
f.ix; (lIC on (the c'.rie f-r the I t5-'l'ht S Kcrjiiks tor Letter Pre s.lilank .
year ; >
Old seven hundred weight Knocked at the 21 by diligent research, lo s"ipply tlia Special Kiney, his wife; Jo-seph liii'Sri ]- \Ve"tim .' J J C ALLEN, St-le A-ent
towii'hip 3, I nrme 1, pinin:: the Hills of Exchar- and Checks,
:M'S-M* and Addresap Alfxand'-r jj
:* omitted in former cninpilations. n) Ic \liin andO March 2S 13-lra for Aai'rhiccli.;
door; 'peihaps don't understand the t town of lola the and ; :
yer on west, the* Ju-t icceivtd and for sale bvMtrr5i
Apilacliiccla L
1 I The I IwK v t to the wiinlvnrc! of snbje'tj : ( ,zJri hI.i.crtv, Ai.ne.s olLavcrtv. Bill to fr.roclovc "
'
cocks ? says she ; Cock thunder 1 sung i River on the east(, pur?>orfin<: to bI! !:!; to H- V.Snelf. I II. F. APEtl
,
j names and dates H a new feature of this Cuttrr & Co. ; Jam.5IJ ir.ortK Cai ; ,Voi' : SZiO;).
out-.but I didn't want liar in, to laugh at Ale, \V i, S ]: s.Ttio.-i t 1-t.I t..vvri edithn, which will mike it irivaluiblc for refer -C oil l 141 f r Tl Tillsiib;! .cnber; i> new in readinr-s )A'iNTS AND Ofl.> 30 ktgso tL

me, and I wan't exactly fit to be seen hy a ence. ct' *i.t itit: i : ; I tlie iirin of I IJ.i;'girt N0 and I raiueS, N andV : N I II } s.'ctio'T 4'J, tov/-xhi.) I 1. ""fl'Tsi to iiaatitaCtiIre: new, or repair >ld.) JL Le.i! ; :flti .dls \Vnt-r L.irni; Oil 3(1(
14S NanlV fractional ;
lady, cither, if she was fit: ; so I said it wa To render fhesi* writing( of the American fc IJawtlniu ; David M.iil.j-id\ ] .i in !>!oci: "''i, ditt'> :0"), ".irpoiin4to; I.HnDj s.-ctii-n:to TiH.inas 21 I, d'it Furifr.: with pn/Kiptnc-s.-a l des E l.inseul Oil) ; :5:> hv assorted bs ; 5.''l) lay

nothin', and tried again to get the lung ol President- inDro v.d>nble 3? a continued National J David S. iJIit.j.! : lie'irj L'iVMty III, in t Ihe I ll-i-h; i' iii:2| the lands'of Mrs 'fiom.i; d M. :rtfci, at.d solicits the llr.aze: .1!" his < Id ( patnii t ; VJ:) tinted Taint Bru-he ; flack USpanis.'i

thecoosarned handles-but by this lime the l History, they are arcomomied with .Memoirs of J'u.-ie; S. Kranden: : and city of 'Apalachictla. .iliciiioli! Riv.T. Alsi ioacrosl.ind< :: : theA I ) (cusrorner1 and ho.ies by strict allention; toordors ; Urown, Yellow Ochre, Green Point,

t the Presidents nd a History ot the various nd- I IiTiiltoi! M-irrayrori .?titiitin! ;>!irntrtir ; to gain s itrie new :
tub foil
was quite and( bilin', at that, and I 1 i : t to l h.-l 1 )i to JitniP* HuJsfin, j'inir! > ..LirneNail" -: o.eFKTF.R received and fur sale by
ministr.il ions.-: the 'irrn? of !ir i.idfi icMurnv TIO( ART.C .
kept turnio' ami wagglin' till I rather guess ; arid I and t t'r' Armnna, No. net knnwi. March 1 H. F. AHELLarrivid
The -.ynrlc i i. cdir-'l! and Cr.nnbv 1Ll l ; '- *hn in third of IJrick CiiiMin .
compihd by Mr. E-- ; ; Draper ::, : s'ory corner
I mu one acres "urpoifine-tobclo-j
slopping 1 tn I'. T.l"-
vriv \VIMHMSviu,*e faTnili.intvirh our Po.liticdl n.i-titnit; !I! ihe hot and as it w.is brimming before C rmiok, jfini.'m i Sir.th; Null's and C the \
; : ripoo'No.
I I .
and : & : I Mctaxrivr-
History tilitieal Subject* jj'nerallv, 1'iMj't-r : Wi| er tang
it just now nat'r *lly overrun, :and/re-haps; are wvll Icnnvvn to thr public, -and atfui-1 a ui3ci soi and ClaUiil lepirlsit'M '. Ort !l'i'i.v.'i.' ANth.I I l-md, pv.riirii.i, ;i I') A Cir. tl Kii-li Fancx Print-i-E-vihsh and! Atnr

there wasn't the darndest rise all over that d it .ijturantpe lor t Ihe accur icy and; fidelity of of I the: firm nf V\"il i I ni; i bs'.on to t the A' .l ci icola Land: C-'ini'a'.i! ;. I liin I:,: rilili:: umlpr-ijc'te! w s % IP n vtry sn-'erir-r: Gir-j.aEri3,

carpet, in about two minutes that ever you I the comiiiliition: and IC.ifliI'IVi nr I Hirv.I Cite it Co. and Jitnr-s I'ro-.vn. i the c< tnty rf jl'iotii; bt.nnd-d 1 l t.; t Iiv I Il. S. 1 IKnvly: his e.itisc: -oU of lr'i.c' China L'lWf.s, t"r: Ladies' .Iesss,

did see. The cussed cocks icoiddn't stop- EDWARDVALKEll, TT appearing lo, the afi. factio-i)}:) of th)? Cr-nrt, A.ibchicola t | Rivor, oud west by Old River, M-'dii'ine-i, PaiuJ-s, Oils, (tl;! < ; Ware, :Sho" r'nrnifure Lr.dii's' 'a'IeV' Dres-es inS10a pittrn,

none on 'cm, and 1 was hoppin! about in tie! April 11 114 Fulton-street, 'ow-rk. 1. that tiic above) n-uni-d tl.-li-ndji'tsdo! not! reside i known. us JiirJ'aW.tyl ISAAC, and JACKSON!> ,'t >f f I'Vrbf [Purchasi. fcc. will continue I lh:'> !linings at Tl'fio'f- !'d 12--l Misx uito; Lace ..Nettr.gait -

water, and had to slug for( obt.fhlfaiiy bow J within the State of Fl"iid.i. but within: tho"Slates ad ex-oiTicio Sheriff iar nut! Rtttti, st the oKl *ta id corr.cr of W-tN-r ? Tax
I'd Dry &oos.snb t TOltI't ; ; (If 1 is: t IKT! <-I'-ra crd.-recl: t tint pnb- Collector, CaUio'ri Co. aid C7h.-tnnt ;,' ;, and b-z* h-ave t'siy to his IVifi.d- ) i-s I'l.'iJ zr.il white crrdcd do da.
rather gin a farm, by thunder, but out t tI : cri! ;r.Iay :T> l ii ia.;
r-IIIIF = ,
jrs oiler ii-r; sale hrge and T i2J-nni
a
ei. l iat iri b" mde in the and form-r sMN'ijn"' I.ttehi Si Shades
; : Ciiiinrriul! Advertiser, psfri'iis! of t'te et t nf l I'is.txk ; cy :: and Parasols,

sung, and half opened the door'Hire( I ic- L suitable tock of Dry Goods, coiui ting: i in I once a wec-'c, I..r I lhe-pire of four monthof t'ieii ( Con !< cotnolete. cnibra :in? evtryartich. us'i.illy Rich Ivvry and Pdper 1'ar.s,

collected about my cosloome Back went t part of j tittion! of s.iil l t-uir, rerjuirinj: ; them to) appear TAX : kept IT: S .:it'ern: Dnu Sfs, -i-d from arrange -l'i uril MiKiin-j, DaUarires and clherifji
COLLECTOR'S I SALE.TyCyiLL .
old fatty against the centre table! and hroSie Negro; Kers vs a!;d Ltncfys, anJ answer to I the -* iidlbffrre hi I 1 forecln-uri'on < r in-iit-! recently ffi>-dwiUbvf regularly pheivvit'i <;.Ot. tr Spring Dresses.Indies' .
Whita >? sold! on! (the second Miudiy i in
a pitcher and I hopped on to a chair and and ll.'d Flannels, h Hie ex iitiI I'l < !1. I hi it I line, i.r siid: bill \ \ : Krpt'mbcr .- t fiv-i !> staple; articles. hi.Ol l Walkiup SIi .i- Rukin i and Cit
Plain and next, ( I lllh I I ) at I the Oui-Mios
into my pants, and then I broke for one of Double twilled I'.mcy Jeans, will I t bn taken a-s < ,r: Vp( a. :isl i iln-m asitl s.ihus I dour, at Roache's; Hl'ill', in Wasuiv.jtoi! c Piiysi.-i in*, I'iantfrCountry Merchant and 1).b bUek Ai-d c.iir.il! K d Suppers aidt.;
:
the opposite bathing rooms and locked! myself Super fancy Ca-amere1 Twerds I further ordor iver. in (thirConrt to tiic wilhh! the u-iuil hours of sale, the following cotnty-, others will C ti.td) it t" heir interest to call and f-- I FireisrLr'. lit-ru, Opi-n-wcri. and DunsK

i ii', and told the old woman I'd give her Sit icr E iNh! a-id ?, ? iii.iy i oetn I inert. to ui: : j.ropfitv ani.i: his stnc'c and prices All crdeis will L et Sir. w Ho nett.,
i French
Cbtb", (A Coy -Ti' ten dollars if she'd swab: up, hand me my Whitney Hhnlcets, 10, I II 1 and ; Fur iiu;idi'fd and eighty acres of hail, l.inin ; :1 pr ; to person by fibred
shirt, and ; not liii, about it 1 tloti'iKnow I'2qrs. WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clork.Minh 1 I li'ilnr-'s i levi.-d ; :Mirdi i I fsli I. II. F. AEELL.ft .
say Dulfil J.lnkets;t t S, 1)) a-ul 1 lUtx.PMIII : Valley, on a< t the pin ii-rty nfthe
1\ 1 Is-n Fesid. othrr articles subg
iMnFKA.NULIN -* which the
whether she has or not but I almost ] *, Kr.-rdrs: a"d Ciitt(I1ad i e-tate of J.tco'i! A. 1 fli 1 u-\wi' 11, and to t bj sold I lON many
iI j-i CLAPP, 22Vatcr street, II.IVPthi i: htds fi> tt-ll luw-
& died \i l.ifiin', spite of my scalded leg, when Biown Shin'hg and Sheetin ri ii :1 ( ;,t :. I f..r I t'.if' i laves for tlu.c it IS !.">. :i- < diy l ivceiv per schr Helen, from New M.rcti :3 Very F. lO3l.'SI'

ever I think of it !" Cotton:: 0)
('ottun! Drilling and: flnjariii: : fd. GiiIiti, on Hii'kroy Hill!, levied on a-: fie I.!
"I tell what. added Tiedng, ) property
you ( our sucker 20( } ffillrf I4i'ed 0:1: ; 21) lbs Putty; ; ilts, OJN, ijnil Glass.

friend, I don't mind your having a Ian h, Linen and C"tion Checks vs. V Foreclosure, of MrLag e.Y i Ui.rk-t.fle! and to be Scld" for the taxes 1):) ) Refined Sperm Oil ; (ilBSON & CLAI'P,
-
I Iri-i! Linn, Shir'in and Sllilcirhcd hietin .htrit4 Sinitli.: for lse! i&i$ I>: >.
but if go 10 publishiu' this in the litviclle ) :Tt > I, ixes (;li t < : a*>* >rfrd ;i7P; ; WIIOLEPALK AXU! RETAIL DEALESS)
you -
Pit shoot Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, THE defi.Mii.'jiit' arid all < Ihrr- are hereby n-.ti- Al-o, f;>rty u-rp or land, lying in holmes 2 d I 7. I b >xes Fancy Toilet Soap ; Paints, Ons, Varni hes, Turpentine, WicGI.153
you, by gosh Euli-s'h: l-'re-ieh a-id American! Prints, i tint I the it Iisi to Ji-tecl-isea tnirt4ixrof > Vallev, l-vi-d on as tie! pro; ertvnl' John G. Ru>>, lot) lbs Treniont Srarch ; &C

'- We beg lo assure our friends that we Extra su >cr, ;pi iin and twilled Ginghams, i th di-fendant! oi; !hi IH i len-.f; in tic! steam bmtAlbusy and to be sold for t Ihe tsxos: fi.r the year 1st'). .").) kegs Net. 1 White Load ; Will keep coo tattly hand a coed
un
consider, ourselves lwF.v S-IIKT; Cash-nore d'I>os-se, bus I this! d iy been Hied j in tie! otRce! ofthe Also, forty: nons of 1 iou I Ui-iir on IJear Creek, :10 Paris Grep-i : 10 do Chrome do; merit nf MIXED PAINTS of All crlirfOt

[.S/ Louis Rcxeitte. Extra 8'ij'er M-i-lin d L i Lair.e, : t Clerk of ad; Court, and t that jdiZtbierit will] levied on as tie! property; : of A. S. Uryanr,' and tobe 10 Chr-Mne Yellow H'-ats 'shinpin and Plantation
Ei bh, S otrli! and American do. be prayed lor at the next full sold! for the year ISt-l.I ; INC; hi? '
; term of! id Court.t 10') assorted Paii.t Bru-shc*, &c. W)2S 0 a variety articles in the line,!*'
painting !
# POLICE KliPOllT IX 1UIYME. Super;) Italian black and figured' Silks, A. G. SEM.MES, Also, one hundred and sixty acres nf land, lvin.z nierons to iptntjoa.IIn15e .

THE Rose AND TIII: LIPS.-A huge Black Slk: Cravats and fancy 1 llkfs, June 11 1, I IS 10. 21-lni I I .\tt'vfir IVtrinnpr.sa \\ in Holmes"; Valley levied on as the property I '
I Sign and Steam Boat PaSntiaf.
,
block of charcoal, named: Valentine Rose, Super E-uli--h and Ponsrec Silk Hkfs, of Henry AJircns! and to be sold for the taxes for IJST received f: i.OJ'J Lvt Vollow Pine Lurnl I r.l.iirii.r done with neatness, and desa'rrn.drJe

gave one Oliver Fletcher a poke on the F-ihih aiti Atneri.-an Cotton: ; Ukfs, msrwor; [ C9tt11y.II1.1 ? the year isi 13.; her, assnr'ed quahfit Alti I on hand r:),iD)( prices fin- cask

the which lie defended Madras and Wnwa hea l Hkl'-s, JusncE-s COURT. 301INV.. COOK, Sheriff; feet Vv'hilo 1'ineartrd from to :2 inch which ,
nose -J
; by pledging A- G. Semincs, )> ; 22: Water fctreet, Apa1ac
LulieCotlo'i J and ex-ullicio
loa! and Gents Hf-lioe State TJX Col I lector.Mircb .
will be sold low for the cash, bvPFTHR I
his life, that; Fletcher had tried to make vs. > Attachment. 2S IS'10.(; Jan. 10, IS-13.
M.ireihte'
Super; and \Vorstcd( Vesting1? W-Cra
love to his wife and the poke on the nose Cotton and FI Thread Aaron B. Marvin. } IIORAftT.No Ii
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which lie took so ami*;, was merely I ho Plain and fi. 'd Swjs and checked Muslins, rnHE defendant is notified of the institution of Slrilc Tx Co3J clor'f! Sc. Lumber will ba delivered from the yard Iron, IVnils,
after tliis
of kiss. said I I. the fxrfif-iin suit l ty Httarhmuil dit? iinla oaid for, or a written onlt-r ?-cnbers! have on har.d ar.4
cost a runaway "Then Jaconet and Ca'nbricIt1iis, ;; returnable DUST MONDAY I IN DKCr.MKr.II, TIIE
Fletcher I'll the Nvdh' Pins t to the April term of said Court. virtue of,f t the vested j in l from a responsible; person. MarchS and retail, I low. l for Cai
hOW, bossy, swear by Tape, &.c. &c BY I power inc by I li\v, I I
book, the dibbel a kiss from his worn:m I Which! hive been selected with rrreat care in A. G. SKMMES. shall I I rxnnsp s.ilelefcre\ the Con it House I 'HI1D-? *-"t. Cioix Siuir, 2':?) toni as>f rted Iron ; %J kezs asscrtrtJ

\ took." Then," said Rose, now look New York and Boston, from Importers and Agentsof March; IS, ic uI. imTo : door, in IK! town of IM-iriania, J.tcksoi.c: inriy| ,. 10 50 d.> New Orl--insJ SI3r! fo arrive, Sheet keirs and Spies Boiler! Wrought Iron and Cut,

.; Mimifacttinrs, at the lowest market ritesi a-id Florida, o-i the first Monday in December nex 10 ) scks! Rio Coffee ,
? clar, when I heard him quite plain. An d ( 'V1ilt'S. s ; 5J dj( Java, H'>IIo\r Ware, a general assortment,

Dinnli confessed it," cried Fletcher again. are now offered! at 'Vh)1Csle ortiil on favorable TYPE FOUNDRY AVI) PiKTF.Ii.S'! FIJI L- the f follow ivig pronprly, or so much t thereof as will -I rasr.1 H>snn Ten, Surir; and Ci ldren Kettle,
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. pay tlia Slate and County Taxes due thereon for
-t-1: l1VAU l11U-1 40 bxs Aromatic T.,baca",
Vehl I did but I didn't Val Cco'c
Parlor
% arid Stoves Sad Irons
sposiu' ,
,
Nov. 21 1 S 45. the fS4" .
41 1 Water street. 111 E subscribers hnve year > : r)0 Melted do. '
opeifd: lJrnvrfi
and
a LVob
new Type
Rose it hub with ; > :5, TJbckstnith's T >ols Hardware 4
) nuflin to do innocent ,
my --- J. Foundry 3 2'J: anrs2d: rate land-Nos.-not known "
the of New 20!) Rof .
city York, wherethey purporti'io rrn C indies > ) bvs brown
To ; Dritarriia AFire
s.
t. 'I&IiC. isoip and
ieTTAVIXG Ware Drass
nose! If lip liab been guilty, it's him to belong to Cooncll &, Mills.1 Jappaml ?
toy are reidy (ta sThy orclcr.i to any extent, f for : 10') bis S'lot ; SOkp s Powder! ,

you, should whip and not break my nosefor JlJ. lrugs and di-jo.sed Medicines of: to my Mr.entire H. F.stock Ahell of I, anv kind of Job or Fancy i'1't i Ink, P.nie. CasGilicys !, S') acres of 3d: rate land belonging to John 2000) lbs.'Le.id; cosies Linseed Oil, Ho, ki Do and?. Thin.ble Shovel and:, hIjacks Tongs,,Pump BMirlih '

4' de fault ob lip." No said Ros ). Iras Rule, STEEL COLUMN Davis.1Q 2 kers White
my RULE JO Lead. No I I. Kxtra: and Pun .
in ( the
retiring Irom business I 1' Yarn
lake Manilh I'WP
occasion and
Sp'm
I to ,
i.. for the Composing? Sticks, Chafes and : : acres of "d rnfeland belon ina lo the estate For sale
nose hub desarved the disgrace.for every article, necessary : by W. .G. POSTER & Co. Anchors $
to the triendi
return public, my and cji--tomers, ol Levin Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar,
I'rown
I dai was the fust ,ling shub'd in her for a Printing Oflice. Also second hand: and adjoining the IGth section Nov 29 41! Water street.
you my thanks for the patrons they have bestow-'d materials. at Urown's Kerry.H20 __ Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil, .,
1 ; face ; an' .1 wish for to leach that nose bosey the establishment while under PainN and Brusht
*1 upon my control : : ) Hav-tha f, Ritr ing and Pump
The Type which are cut in imitation of the acres of:3d rate land belonging to the estate Sclavs.AptiU -
I you see, that if he pokes at Dinah and I take pleasure in recomrnusiding! my succes r Enztith lettt-rs, are east in new M.nilJs from of William Dailies..T27 rr i-ni' llETh1avana Srars, for sal IcJ.JJk..flJ MatlPursjp( and Rockets,

,. gosh .I'll. poke at he !" to them as worthy of their patronage, and solicit entirely new set of Matrixes with d.- cotmtcr, an*, : : acres of 1st rate land belonging to David by WOOD & Co, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
ep
t p.- SasJbisivorship, .' Begone, or I'll poke for him a continuance of the custom heretofore G erf man. March 11 ROBERTS, ALLEY -
are warranted (to be nnsuipas'sod by any, and will n-2 Water st. __ 1
rt : ye doW stairs." And the darkies that inctaot : so liberally extended to me. he sold to Mitt I the 1 i toes. All I the type furni<*hr>d 1 3-20 acre* of 2d rate land belonging to Malchotnb 1- -
March 1 B- S. HAWLEY. DThgit anti Iran Nails itC.
Rope. ,
"
both made themselves scarce. by us is hand cast. The types from foundry Gilchrist:
can be matched at this ostdblishment.! any IfiO acres of 2nd rate land belonging to Henry ii PC::. very heavy Louisville, Mm & 911 TONS Sw-de Iron, assorted siz1

NO SIR-EE. Lagiil7; anil Itopc.PCS. Printing Presses tnrnNhed.also Steam Ilannan. 9i.j Co. Bag-jing ; 300 coils Bale Rope, 100 ket.i Nail*, dx
1 (Ifl Kentucky lLizting i Engines SO of 2d : for sale byMarch 4 ca ks Werdm Hoes, assorted cua20 *
-'ri; 1Ci&me Kate !" of the mo>it approvcxl palterrisi. acres rate land belonging to James
1J ) 100 coils Rope ; 30 pcs Hessians. Mot it fort. 7 J. DAY fcPer ; Cit.. BlacksmitlfSteel! Faced Anvils ..
Composition: Rollers cast for Prinlers.COCKttOFT .
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: 4 bales hlazzin; ; Twine, for sale by SO acres of 2d rate land 20 i* Enfflih and Amerit3tI\ .

,* '<*Sf< #3yRv *.'* \by not, Kate ? Do l not hove yu WM. G. PORTER & Co. Dec. 13, ISI. ly OS Aun-st.& OVEREND New-York., ton Mayo. .belonging to Washing. .;. Octnvia from IVevv Orleans. 20 6 Bellows, -

f: *. Mr' 'K !>eJter-Illan any llling else J" NovSD 41 Water street.CoITce. : Ifi'J.' acres of 2d rata land belonging to Henry REGElVf'U) as sbovo choice selection of 12: dozen Spades and SJiovel*.

'. .- V;r4' 4Goodness-gracious I should think OilTHE'siibscribpr Co'iiniett. & $tlly Peoples.lO' Groceries and Provisionsalso, a 10 "CfMUn's'; Axes

j : tot W.bat a fool vou are John." BAGS Rio Collee Virginia cres of 3d rate land Tre.-h supply, of Spring and Rummer Clothing, 10 bvs: Cotton and Woolen Cards.
landingfrom brig has just received from the belonging, tp Wiley
[ made in Sa' :
the '
$ 1 75 [ Stewart. latest s'vle, for gale hv; 1 case Rowland Cast Steel Mil
: "Wlj/io, Kate ? for sale by and publisher* a beautiful 1 lot ; | '" sale
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CLAPP
.. & GIBSON fc 1000 Ib8 Cast and German Steel &*
:/ sir-itr April 13 J. DAY fr Cn of Rape Hangin arid ; SO acres of Cd rate land GJ : ,
.? .Why, no meaD yes *, Foolscap Letter Paper' belonging toG.. March 21 2:2 Wafer street WM. G. PORTER

V ''' Scene' closesr-John in 'an enviable pos Day.Books, Journal* and Leirer.s, Bibles, Prayer, | Windham.; Nov 20" 41T'OLGER'S

: / >" *: tion. Goods, on Coiisigumcutt Boi!i<, etc., .wjjich he oflers. very low. 100) acres of lit rate land belongmj. ; to John ,\ .IVoSicc.wantefl .

A SMALL assurtment of Good, consistin oCoTve Feb 7 1 V. KOPM'AN.OA H. Wilson. "V f sU for sJqndry accounts of Ions Otnsanrian, ni U Th'a1

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''t 4 Viioo.rorfbrThe of the West "Tea, SoapCandles, Tobacco, 1 'SAMUEL STEVEN SherifTand V LIfor COU" '
spirit 'standins.-. 'All persons interested will. fake Consomption, Asthma,
Gunpowder &c. is offered at New
Brandy,
r ihe1 HASKCTS London Club Champagne cx-officio Tax Collector Jackson County. ;: due'notice'and Complaint and 'a!! diseases cf the
a fellow said yesterdayvho cot druuk L t cqvernJthepQ'elye accordingly, I or> ,
York Invoice by. I IJMfliS" U
*, j"; prices, *- 5000 Regalia Segafs, for sale by -. ?Per JOHN T. MVKICK.
cDMouongahela. ; Deputy. .,: 'Lwill- -r dun them personally..... ,. lanR9foF sale by4Pril1
.j, ; i. f J ". ., NOURSE, STONE CO., April ; ., B, S."HAWLEY.: Martanna, June jll, 1846. T-- \'; -24-ta. : 'March 2S. _..' P:1EREonARr. '
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