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Roberts, Allen & Co.,
AVE on hand and for sale:
Sheet and bar Iron; Blacksmith's Tools;
German, English Blister and Cast steel;
Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 galls;
Hollow Ware, wholesale and retail;
Wrought and Cut Spikes; Nails;
Brass Andirons; Fire Irons;
Platform Scales, Beams and Ballancesq;
Tin Ware of all kinds, wholw.sule & retail.
Also, a general assortment of Ha-dvare.
They are also prepared to aten-d to .iv r:, B
for Iron or Brass Castings, Blac Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tiw a:n; 'o.,.:.r
Roofing on reasonable terms. n: 1
INSPECTOR OF LUMBER.-HIaving :ccer ad
the appointment of Inspector of Lur~, er 1I
will attend at any time to the duties of il- -
pointment.
Office 42 Water street-up st rs-.
feb26 PE? .A V0yl8:T:


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CARDS.


VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1844. [NUMBER 15.


CARDS.

H. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER,
No. 31 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.
Michael A. Mlyers,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.


Greenwood & Ellis,'
AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
Columbus, Georgia.
j Liberal advances made upon Goods consign-
ed to us. jan8 5t
Wm. G. Porter & Co.
)EALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
nov25 ly dpalachicola, Fla.


SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER.
Seward Dill & Co.
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
(-- Liberal advances made on all consignments,
and business entrusted to them will be
promptly attended to
Refers to-LANE & READ, Boston.
CARY COOK, Portland, Me.
S. C. WHITTITR, Hallowell.
Apalachicola, Aug. 26. ly
P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE,
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street,
decl4 ly Apalachicola.
S. B. Ilamilton,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
decl ly Jlpalachicola, Fla.
N. Miller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Corner Water and Chesnut streets,
Apalachicola. novel ly


W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
.verpool, New York and Boston, and also in
ore. novel ly


OMME RCIL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
BY
R. A. DOINGE & J. L. WYMAN.

Office their story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce & Chestnut streets,

AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertisements of ten lines or less (twenty lines
/or more in proportion,) conspicuously inserted
at the following rates :
One year,.......$10 00 One month,....$2 50
i Six months,........7 00 Three weeks,.. 2 00
Three months,..... 5 00 Two weeks,......1 50
Two months,...... 4 00 One insertion,.....1 00
When advertisements are sent without any spe-
cial directions as to the number of insertions
required, it will be understood that they are to
be published UNTIL FORBID; they will there-
fore be continued at our discretion, and charged
according to the foregoing rates.
Legal Advertisements of which the term of pub-
lication is fixed by law, will only be excepted
from the above rule.
To those who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
count will be made; but all advertisements not
strictly pertaining to their own business, as
well as all legal advertisements sent in by them,
will be charged at the usual rates.
All announcements of candidates for office, will
be charged FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass,
payable in all cases in advance.
All Communications, (when admissible,) of a
personal or individual nature, or puffs of new
inventions, goods, &c., will be charged for as
advertisements, at our discretion.

INSURANCE AGENCIES.
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Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
.No. 51 Water street,

jan29 Apalachicola, Fla.
David G. Raney,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.


T. H. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 50 Water street,
Apalachicola.


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Thos. L. Mitchel,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANT.
No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola.
dec7 ly
Dodge & Gardner,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
decl8 Apalachicola, Fla.
Samuel Schiffer.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
No. 49 Water street.
janl Apalachicola, Fla.
W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
Apalachicola. novel ly
Ioore & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 32 Water street,
Apalachicola.


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New Arrangement.
THE substantial fast-running U.
S. Mail Boat SIREN, Sharpless,
__7 Master, will hereafter leave Apa-
lachicola every Tuesday and Sat-
urday night, at 10 o'clock, for Brown's Ferry, and
will leave Brown's Ferry every Sunday and
Wednesday evening, Chattahoochee every Mon-
day and Thursday, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
The SIREN is neatly arranged, and for the
convenience and accommodation of passengers is
unsurpassed by any boat on the river.
VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS,
Apalachicola, March 16, 1844. Contractors.


THE DYING DRUNKARD,
His wife and two little helpless infants were
standing by his bedside-she gazing with tear-
ful eyes on his pale emaciated countenance, while
her little ones clung round iher knees crying for.
bread. Alas! to what an awful standing had he
brought himself and family! He was once hap"
py and held a reputation unsullied and pure, but
he became a lover of his glass, gradually got ac-
quainted with loose and dissipated company, and
from thence steered directly for destruction and
ruin.-His neat little cottage soon lost the mark
of respectability which it cherished-his wife
soon learned now to weep with a broken heart-
his children soon began to feel the pangs of hanger,
and know the want of warm clothing; and him-
self-he soon what? No matter, look at him
now! And thus it is with thousands. AMen who
would be our most useful members of society-
men who would be ornaments to the country
which gave them birth, perish through the,bane-
ful and accursed influence of intoxicating, drink.
But look; see, he opened his hollow sunken eyes,
wrapt in haze, and gazed wistfully round the
room.
Margaret," he cried in a tremulous voice,
" where are you ? It is growing dark and dismal,
so that I cannot see you; hush, did any one call
me ?'


JVb. 136 'Water ;r 80 Pine street.
NEW YORIS
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.


Andrew S. Cooke,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
janl5 t1nov Apalachicola, Fla.


Steamer Augusta.
THE fine fast'running first class
Steamer AUGUSTA, Jas. B. Hall,
master, will run regularly during
the season between Apalachicola
and Columbus, when the river will admit, touch-
ing at all the intermediate landing. She will be
at EUFAULA on her downward trip, every Wed-
,nesday, and will take freight or passengers on the
most reasonable terms, and insurance can be ob-
tained on her as low as on any other beat.
The Augusta's accommodations for passengers
are not excelled, her Cabin being all in State
rooms, and every exertion will be made to retain
the well known reputation she has sustained for
safety, comfort and despatch.
For freight or passage, apply to
STOW & STARR,
THOSE. A. TERRY,
Agents, Eufaula.
B. ELLISON & CO.,
mar4 Agents, Apalachicola.


RMcKay & Hartshiorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,


No, no, love, it's no one, sobbed the poor
heart broken wife; do you want any thing ? If
you do, tell me, and---- "
Stop, then, and I'll tell you, interrupted he,
and as he spoke he made .a convulsive effort to
raise himself up in the bed. Where is your hand,
Margaret? Say, do you remember when I used
to press it-how I used to breathe my vows of
eternal constancy and love to you? when the
nights bounded swiftly away from us, as we sat
locked in each other's arms, leaving us in as-
tonishment how they vanished so quic41y, eh ?'
He had touched a chord, a tender one, which
had not been awoke for years. Samuel, My
own Samuel," answered she, in checked accents,
as she imprinted on his wan but once manly
.countenance a kiss, for my sake lie down, and
compose yourself, and all will be well."
"Ah no, Margaret, that can never be,'" answer.
ed he, would I had the opportunity, I would
well profit by it; ht "-, as he spoke his Voice
faltered, a feW moments, and 't will be over.-
Where are my little ones? Bring them to me,
that I may embrace the innocents whom I starve
and robbed of their rights. ho- t-
They were accordingly brougHifo-thim, and,
after pressing to his bosom and kissing them one
by one, he requested of his wife to assist him in
]eiyg down. This done, a calm and tranquil still-
d ness ned throughout the apartments interrupt-
' ed ony Ye stifled sobs of the unhappy Wife,
Sand the low in his children. Death was
Shivering near: .If ad burned down to its
i socket, and was fluttering. y-oh heaven !"
i were his last words. A sm. "n hi.
Sfeatures-the spirit of life flew-rthe e stood e
{widow, and her children were orphanst-----
Dainty Fare.-The late Dr. Post, of N. lo-t
Sis said tomiaAir he foll
.recipe-or makin e- a string in the
two starved piI Mein .
itwo starved p so that the sun will cast the
kichern~ pigeons into an iron pot already on
rtt"re, and which will hold ten gallons of water
boil the shadow over a slow fire for ten hours*
and then give the patient one drop in a glass of
water every ten days."


Apalachicola, Florida.


novl


Steamer Charleston.
THE new, splendid and fast
running steamer CHARLESTON,
Freeman, Master, will, in connec-
nection with the LOWELL, make
regular semi-weekly trips between Eufaula and
Apalachicola, and all intermediate landings, and
when the condition of the river will warrant will
"run to Columbus.
The Charleston is neatly arranged for the com-
fort and convenience of passengers, and withal,
is a large, well built craft, capable of carrying as
much freight, with perfect safety, as any boat on
the Chattahoochee, and can afford to do it as
cheaply. For freight or passage, apply to either
JOHN M. MOORE,
WM. A. SCANDRETT & Co.
Agents Eufaula.
MOORE & McKENZIE,
McKAY & HARTSHORNIE
febl9 Agents Apalachicola.
Warehouse Charges adopted by
the Cotton Presses.
OTTON for storage will be received at the
yard, and if compressed within one month
no charge will be made for storage, but 4 cents
per bale will be charged for labor, tiering &c. If
not compressed within one month, 20 cents per
bale will be charged for storage, and 5 cents per
week thereafter. Time computed from date of
receipt until delAvorpr t lig-hter or vessel. Cot-
ton changing hands will in all cases De naumt t0
new storage from date of order inclusive. Turn-
ing out for sampling or weighing and re-storing
same, 8 cents per bale. Wantages to be assessed
by the press when the cotton comes in and the
amount assessed endorsed on the face of the re-
ceipt.
All cottons are required to have six good and
sufficient ropes. Grass, tow, bark or cotton ropes
will be considered unmerchantable and deficient.
All deficient ropes will be charged at the rate of
121 cents per rope, and all bagging at the rate of
25 cents per yard.
A. DOWNER, .agent


JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
jan8 ly I Apalachicola, Fla.


Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER


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THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTION FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office, NVo. 57 Wall Street, XJ. Y.
Insure Dwelling-houses, Warehouses and Build-
ings in general, Merchandise, Household
Furniture, Ships building, Ships in Port
and their Cargoes, and evary de-
scription of personal Property,
AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.
R. W. MARTIN, Secretary.
DIRECTORS.
.J. SMYTH ROGERS, ROB'T McCOSKRY,
JAMES BRYAR, HENRY PARISH,
JAMES McBRIDE, REUBEN WITHERS,
JOHN ADAMS, WILLIAM SCOTT,
JOHN HAGGERTY, F. SUYDAM,
G. C. VERPLANCK, PETER I. NEVIUS,
JOHN JOHNSTON, RICHARD IRVIN,
JOS. KERNOCHAN, C. V. S. ROOSEVELT,
JOHN I. PALMER, E. D. HURLBUT,
P. LORILLARD GEO. P. POLLEN,
JAMES McCALL, WM. COLGATE,
LOWELL HOLBROOK.
The undersigned have been appointed-agents
of the above Company, and are empowered to is-
sue policies of insurance against loss or damage
by fire, on as favorable terms as othergood offices.
NOURSE & STONE,
Apalachicola, March 23,1844. 46 Water st.
HE subscriber, agent for the 2Etna Insurance
Company, of Hartford, Conn., is prepared to
issue policies of Insurance against Fire and loss
or damage on rivers, on favorable terms. The
capital of the above company is large and invested
in the safest possible manner, and its settlement
of losses has always been prompt and liberal.
Dec 25 DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
THE subscriber, duly appointed agent for the
SProtection Insurance Companiy, of Hartford,
Conn., with full power to receive proposals and
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In-
land risks. The reputation of this company for
settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
dec25 52 Water st.


D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
.No..29 Water sftrp~~
nt Apalachicola, Fla.


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B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla._
E. R. FLEWELLEN. M. M. BUTT.
Flewellen & Butt,
FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus Block,
ty- Liberal advances mage.on Cotton, shipped
to New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 6m


Kimbrough & Ridgway,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Apalachicola, Florida.
WM. H. KIMBROUGH. )
JOHN I. RIDGWAY.
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. decl ly


Lord Bolingbroke, observing the incapacity
i and ignorance of most of the leading men in hit


i time, says on the subject:
S When young, I at first considered those .. -governed the nation as endowed with superior
intelligence; but experience soon undeceived me.
I examined those who were at the helm of affairs'
t'r and soon found that the great were like 4heiV
beville, Henry co., Ala. gods of Phoenicia, on whose shoulders were fixed
S E. OWENS, the head of a bull, as a mark of supreme power ;
Troy, Pike co., Ala. and that, in general, men were governed by the
lb khI-11 ontIQ nmntP them".


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for the Screw Press.
C. WILSON, 'Hydraulic Press.
H. G. GUYON,
Florida Lever Press.
Apalachicola, Iec. 1st, 1843. d7 tf
Ready Made Clothing !
S B. HAMILTON, No. 47 Water street, 'is
constantly receiving an addition to 'his stock
of CLOTHING,
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WOODSOIN
AbM
CASTING


Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
New York. novel ly


Refers to -
Col. A McAllister, )enryco,Ala.
Gen. A J McAllister, 5
Maj. Jefferson Buford, Eufaula, Ala.
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala.
Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga.
Messrs. Chester & McGriff, Apal'a. Fa.
January 25th, 1844. jan29 tf
OAP--10 bxs No. 1 Boston yellow bar Soap. ,
10 boxes NYork "
5. Winchester's best family.
10 Kimball's superior Shaving and Toi-
let Soap.
20 bbls Soap, the best and cheapest for wash-
ing and stowing cotton.
Just received and for sale low by
S. DILL & CO.
marll 29 Water st.
Spring and Summer Goods!
T HE subscriber has just received per ship
Martha Washington, and other late arrivals,
a large and extensive assortment of Goods suit-
able for the present and coming season, consisting
in part of the following articles, viz:--
200 pair Cottonade Pants,
100 Tuckapaw "
50 Grass Linen Pants,
35 Brown "
75 assorted "
25 Gents fine black Merino Pants,
50 summer Dress and Frock Coats, various
patterns.
50 Cottonade and Grass Linen Jackets,
25 doz. linen bosom Shirts, different qualities,
25 col'd cotton fast colors.
150 pairs Gents Prtunella, Buckskin and :Goat-
skin Gaiter Boots,
200 pairs Men's Morocco Slippers,
10 cases Gents calf sewed and pegged Boots,
100 pairs Men's calf high and low quarter Shoes
50 pcs Mosquitoe Netting,
3 cases Gents fine Moleskin and Fur Nutria
Hats,
100 doz Palmleaf Hats, of different qualities,
3 Gents fine Leghorn and Sea Grass Hats
wide and narrow brims.
A good assortment of Ladies' fine and fancy
colored and black Gaiter Boots.
ALSO--Ladies' fine black kid Slippers, and a
variety of other articles which are offered and
will be sold very low for cash by
FRANCIS KOPMAN.
Apalachicola, March 11, 1844. mil 5t


The Twin Bankers.-The Nashville Whig
says, that there is in a certain bank in Nashville,
a President and Cashier who were born on the
same day and in the same year--both'*Wer'4 4
years of age on the 12th inst.-both are married
-both have eight children, namely, four sons and
four daughters-both are Whigs-both were elec-
ted to their present offices on the same day, and
both receive a salary of $2000 per annum-a very
pretty sum these hard times,
Another Steamboat Collision, Loss of Life.-
With regret we are compelled to record still Man-
other steamboat disaster upon our river, accom-
panied with loss of life. Yesterday morning, be-
tween 3 and 4 o'clock, while the American Eagle
was ascending the Mississippi, she came in con-
tact with the Rainbow at Roman's Point, some
50 miles above the city, carrying away the boilers
and chimneys, and otherwise damaging her, So
forcible was the collision, that the steam connect-
ing pipes of the Rainbow were broken, causing,
the instant death of one white man by scalding,
while two others were severely injured from the
same cause.-Three negro firemen Were also bad-
ly scalded. The Rainbow was descending at the
time of the accident. She was yesterday towed to
the city by the Ambassador.-Pic., .March J5.
OC- Extravagance in Old Times.-In a conm-
mercial paper published in Philadelphia in 1720,
Bohea Tea is quoted at fifty shillings- -6 dollars
-a pound, and Wheat at only three shillings a
bushel; consequently it would have required four
barrels of flour to purchase one pound of tea!
Yet our great-grandmothers Wvere wont to indulge
in the expensive luxury of tea-drinking.
01- It is too common to disbelieve newspaper
statements of facts, which are perfectly reasbna-
ble and natural. We have known cases where
verbal statements were received as true, when the"
relators, themselves, derived their information
from newspaper statements which wert rejected
as false. This unhappy habit obtains, for the
most part, among ignorant people. A person of
tolerable judgment finds but little difficulty in
detecting a falsehood in the papers.
The poets feigned that Daphne was changed
into laurel when flying from Apollo-to *show
that those girls who avoid their loversart hbe
green/


MANSION HOUSE. Consisting of Cloth, Beaver, ruot antd ,us, ng
MOver Coats;
T': r HIS establishment is still kept up in the best Gent's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing Frock
.1. and neatest style. No pains nor expense is Coats;
spared by the proprietor to render all comfort- Gent's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing Office
able who favor him with a call. The table is Coats.
spread with the very best the market affords, and Blue, black, green and invisible green, Frock
the services of the most attentive servants are se- and Dress Coats.
tcured. Feeling grateful for former liberal patron- Kentucky Jeans Frock and Dress Coats.
Sage, the subscriber hopes to merit its continuance. PANTALOONS.
B BENJ'N HURD. Blue, black and fancy colored Cloth and Cass.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 tf Pants.
LEW IS' EXCHANGE. Diagonal and fig'd French Cassimere.
L ICGVESTS:
*T HE subscriber has leased the establishment Cloth, Cassimere and Cashmere Vests;
JL formerly known as the MECHANICS & Silk and Woolen Velvet do.
MERCHANTS S EXCHANGE," for the present SHIRTS:
year, and will use his utmost exertions to please White Muslin and' Linen Shirts;
and render his patrons comfortable. Colored do. do. do.
'" The ,YSTER ROOMS is well fited up, and a Ipswich, Lamb's Wool and Merino Shirts;
party of gentlemen can always be accommodated do. do. do. do. Drawers;
.with oysters, and other refreshments, without Woolen and Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers;
being disturbed. Stocks, Scarfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, and
The BILLIARD TABLES attached to the es- Hosiery;
tablishment, are in good order, and the, prices of DRESSING GOWNS.
billiards reduced to twenty-five cents per game. Dressing or Morning Gowns.
T0- The subscriber will remain and keep the HATS AND CAPS.
House open during the Summer season, and his A great variety of Gentlemens and Boys Hats and
only desire is to please and merit a liberal patronage Caps.
SETH P. LEWIS. f- The above goods will be sold very low for
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 tf cash. dec7


JOHN M. MOORE. }
WM. A. McKENZIE,


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Farrior & Co.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Water-street,
nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
B. S. Hawley,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c. &c., &c.
No. 27 Water street,
Apalachicola. novel ly
J. W. Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. novel ly
Thomas Bertram,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS. novel ly

Whitmarsh & Ribbhardson,
Dealers in
GROCERIES, CONECTIoNARY, AND
general assortment of Fruit, Vegetables, &c.,
No. 33 Water street,.
Apalachicola, Fla.
,0- Goods sold on Commission. nl ly


APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE.
HE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that
. the above Establishment has been entirely re-
fitted, and is now open for the reception of per-
.manent and trancient boarders, and the subscriber
hopes by strict attention to the business of h'is
house to be second to none in rendering his guests
comfortable.
Oysters, Game, &c. served up at all hours, and
in the best style. The Bar attached to the house,
as usual, is stocked with the best Wines and Li-
quors. Grateful for the liberal patronage hereto-
fore received, he hopes that his friends and the
public will continue to sustain him.
HEZ SMITH.
Apalachieola, Dec. 18th, 1843. decl8 tf
CIGARS & CHEWING TOBACCO--Some
choice brands just received from N Orleans,
nd for sale -by B. ELLIS,
marll 28 Water st.








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COMMERI TI CONGRESSIONAL. Written for the Comm'l. Advertiser.']
S1 R IResolutions desiring the annexation of Texas, ON THE PREVENTION OF MALARIAL
presented in the Senate by Mr. Walker, of Missis- DISEASES.
APALA=,OOIA, SATORDAY, APRIL 6, 1844. sippi, which passed the Legislature of that State, n
were referred to the Committee on Federal Rela- INTRODUCTION.-NO. I.
were referred to the Committee on Federal Rela. The various regions of the earth derive their
"VER'ITI SANS PEUR." tions, and ordered to be printed, distinguishing characteristics from peculiarities
A bill has been reported by the Committee on of climate and geological structure of soil. The
THa MAILS, during the past week have been Post Offices and Roads, to have all assistant post- physical circumstances engendered by these pe-
vety remiss, occasioned, we presume, by the late masters appointed with the consent and advice of culiarities impart durable impressions to the in-
rains and overflow of the streams through the low the Senate. habitants of the political divisions, into which
ontry eogaand Foo reas n ~Tuhesdyw The bill to incorporate the District banks was the earth is divided, giving to them exclusive
country Of Georgia and Florida. On Tuesday we habits, and forming the basis of national charac-
received no mail at all, -and that of yesterday made the special order of the day for Wednesday ter. This is in an especial manner the case with
brought us nothing but Tuesday's papers. March 27. those vast portions comprised under the terms
brought us nothing but Tuesays papers. The Fortification bill has passed after consider- Tropic and Tropicoid. Physically considered,
The winter, we presume, is over, at the north, able discussion; an amendment was offered by they differ in many important particulars from
attd the weather henceforth will be mild. The Mr. Harolson, of Georgia, to provide for fortifying the temperate and other zones of the earth. Their
N. Y. Express of the 22d ult. says. "Spring has the Dry Tortugas, which was advocated by Mr. most striking source of distinction is their almost
come upon us suddenly. The North river, as Holmes, but finally ruled out of order, March 21. uniform division info two distinctly marked re-
eupo gions-the one of'exuberant fertility, the other
well as others in this vicinity, has broken up, and The message from the President, in reply to a of desolate barrenness. Vegetation, in general,
the steamers are running in every direction. ,Our call for the correspondence between Great Britain spreads only along the banks of rivers and streams,
list of arrivals show a great increase-the hotels and the United States, in relation to the interpre- or as irrigation can be obtained ; but, in these
are filled a month earlier than common-our mer- station of the 10th article of the Treaty of Wash- situations, the whole soil is clothed in perpetual
chants are actively engaged--the supply of goods ington, was received and ordered to be printed. verdure; animal life abounds, while even the air
chants are actively engaged-te supply of goods Also a communication from the War Depart- is filled with the hum of insects and the song of
is large, and the assortment good. The Cottonn r t birds. Beyond the influence of these sources of
fever has settled down to a regular business; the ent transmitting information in regard to the moisture, a burning and, for the most part, ver-
stock ias set 150 thousand bales); speculation improvements of the falls of the Ohio river at tical sun dries up the valleys and parches the
stocks large (150 thousandbales); speculation Louisville. plains, so as to unfit them for cultivation or in-
has ceased, and shipments go on." The Fox and Wisconsin bill was again taken up habitants. In this division, the silence of deso-
and finally ordered to be engrossed by a vote of 31 lation is unbroken by man, except in those rare
MR. CALHOUN.-A very large meeting of the to 7. positions which have become the seats of comrn-
citizens of Charleston, S. C., assembled at the The Oregon resolutions, authorising the Presi- merce, or of a few species of manufactures, or
are sought as a refuge from the unhealthier re-
City Hall, on Monday of last week, and appoint- dent to give notice to the British Government to gions of fertility, abundance and luxury. So ex-
ed a committee of 100 persons to meet Mr. Cal- annul the article of the convention for joint occu- tensive, in consequence, are its desert tracts, that
houn, on his arrival at the Railroad Depot (where pation, was rejected by a vote of 28 to 18. large portions present to the traveller, passing
he was expected next day), and conduct him to The bill to reduce the postage was considered over its great thoroughfares, the appearance of
the city. Such of the citizens as desired were and several amendments added, which were laid a continuous waste, covered with a scanty or
the city. Such of the citizens as esire w over until Wednesday next. comparatively valueless vegetation, intersected,
invited to join the cavalcade, by the Mayor, Mr. Heywood has introduced a bill to reduce here and there, by a few bodies of rich land,
trnhMr. Heywood has introduced a bill to rei which may afford the evidence of human habita-
through the public papers. the salaries of the President, heads of depart- tion, and smile hke the oases of Sahara. In the
SJ has addressed a lttr to the ments, &c. fertile portion, the progressive growth, extinction
G JACKSON has addressed a letter to the The nomination of Mr. Jackson, as District At- and decay of its inexhaustible rotation of anima-
Hon. A. V. Brown, in answer to one received torney of Georgia, was confirmed, and that of ted and inanimated substances maintain a perpe-
from that gentleman, in which he strongly ad- GreC;i.bur,; rD.:rfy. -s Col-:t.,: Net O utility of soil, adapting it for artificial cul-
vocates the annexation of Texas. Gen, Jackson I v s rejected, ei, eld offering irresistible inducements to its
says that as long ago as 1839, the subject occu- ik tbfl House, the resolu rants to make agriculture cheir favorite oc-
. pied much of his attention, and its importance is comni:tee to sre:,-t for pe- -(-:s anr papers, i, *, I common with the other parts of the earth,
Snotlessened by what has transpired." Also, that Rlode sltani dii:i: w ---. b, imite i y situated in regard to climate, the south-
the United states has a right to Texas, and til 4 iinumbrul (:r to a f,:w ern actiono n of the United States is divided into
ine oapht. large fertile and unfertile tracts. Inlike manner,
line of Louisiana would have been limited to te the sparseness of population has allowed the
Rio Grande, agreeably to the understanding o power to choose, and has confined its residence
France, if the demand had been made by our chie:.v to the former of these tracts; and, as is
Minister, in 1819. In a military point of vi., ;. us1.: agriculture forms the principal and favorite
Sillbe found of vital importance to the Ur cited action. The almost exclusive pursuit of this
it willbefound of vital importance tothe United ,rnf-,.,ion has created a prominent characteristic
States. social and moral condition of the inhabit-
-ae .. |, the southern states. All the good it pro-
(tWe call the attention of our readers tc the and all' the evil it engenders, appear in
S a series of numbers on a subject of general ld relief, that it has given to each individ-
im itate mankind, andintimately onncted -- character, whih, when compared with that
importaif ,2makin-d, and-intimately connected .ir brethren, of other parts'of the country,
with the welfare of our city. The subject may : rked and distinctive. Its influence, as a
be deemed by some as of too scientific a nature ess extends through all the relations of life,
for the columns of an ordinary newspaper. E-en powerful modifying thety
says of this class form an interest of them. -. g-', :eneral appearance of the country. Devotion
amon the higher branch of litera t has been the southern man's prevailing habit
cannot be represented to anl rextent, : r the earliest settlement of his country. He
cannot be represented toa i, i !. ,oi. to the earth as a bounteous parent, that will
vantageously, in asidevoted to t re:: r all his toil and anxiety, and "furnish him
diffusion of tht ety of knowledge, necessary v : subsistence and enjoyment; with the reali-
d i aus instruct every portion of a ctcn )f to-day, and the hopes of to-morrow;" and
to peafis truethat the labors of literary writers r the feeling of sufficiency, which the ex-
S i erius of men of science, are us,,: ; ve study of one object excites, he cultivates
series of men of science, are us:~ : mpathy with any art whichis not connected
of periodicalm azines,_ n l;e p, .-. ***..r T ^n
per ca magazines, en throu! h ther e avocation is fostered by the value of the
popular vehicle of a newspaper; uctions, which the fertility of the soil he
is generally required for a detailed exam- t vates, and the favorable climate he inhabits,
and to do proper ustice to uti le- him to draw from his fields. Inheriting,
and to do proper justice to qu estions, either n, i i heirloom, the prejudice, prevalent through-
or of great weight and interest, than such A..:,i i_ :, Europe at the time of his ancestors' emigra-
cations furnish. The only way in which! 1'-_, that the cultivation of the soil was a busi-
articles on a single topic can be introd .ed i3 nes.= of more dignity, and induced a higher tone
articles on a single topic can be pintrod..ed is, of character than any other, he has accustomed
by dividing them ino suitable portions d c himself to consider it as almost the only honora-
tinuing them, from one number to another. uti il ble pursuit Thus, practically believing that the
the subject be completed. This mode is attend, -. cultiivation of the soil is a business of the greatest
with the serious disadvantage that the ess., :-. di|ggity, and feeling secure, in a high moral ele-
prelections, requires frequent and tedir.rl. nation, and the general possession of a moderate
prelec ti o, rqie f n a td ., ,- pecuniary independence, from the chief ills of
titions, in order to maintain the conne..i.,,n r.| I life, he is .almost indifferent to the pleasures
the mind of the reader, between the vari.,usiint;s ...-. -* -. ,.,: ....,. '- : -i3. which greater wealth would bring, or to the na-
of the subject. Notwithstanding the disya r -vmeicT' i tional advantages which would spring from a
tages of this plan to both writerand reader, our H LA NCH.-O S rday las or citi pursuit ot the other arts of civilization.
ontage tof tis planze to oth wo ite adr a. in a ver; areeable state of j This narrow and, as it must be considered, de-
contributor is willing to act upon it as a means of by ,, *
excitement, by s.vi announcement that a Laun, fe-ve education has been attended with great
giving diffused publcty to the subject i o: Acco: di.dvantages. The first evil that has resulted
have placed at the head of his first communica- inly, evepythn n the hape o hose n a -, it, is the general unfitness of the youth of
tion; and we cheerfully hi t a ingly, everything in the shape of horse and car- the southern states to conduct the trading inter-
our power towards attaining such an object. nriage was brought into requisition, so eager were ests of the country to advantage; and, thus, as a
Atour power towards attaining s uch an a bject, the citizens to witness a scene that very rarely consequence, has prevented the pursuit of a lu-
Altfiug this subject is apparently among the crative profession, and abstracted alike from their
most foreign to the objects of a weekly sheet, in dr, n tsdg wealth and population. The evil is one of the
an exclusively ommercial city, yet it is one that and gentlemen who preferred going by water, greatest magnitude, because it has thrown the
rosexlusie ofmercial cityy ti e tht embarked on one of our revenue cutters, corn- profits arising from an indispensable pursuit into
promises to b e of such general importance, that handed by Capt. McLean, whose vessel was the hands of strangers, who accumulate wealth


Sesence or oner media, no apology can be never before graced by such an arr of beauty r the purpose of removal. The avocation of
deemed necessary for calling public attention to never before graced by such an array of beauty the merchant is, indeed, more peculiarly neces-
ideemed necessary for calling public attention to and talent as presented itself on this occasion.- sary in the southern states, from its wealth con-
the c olumns of a newspaper. Inquiries into The gallant commander appeared to be perfectly sisting of agricultural productions, which, finding
the causes of disease, the nature and influence of conscious of his enviable situation, from the a market almost exclusively in foreign countries
the agents by which the action of these causes arked attention he paid to the ladies a itor remote states, could not be transported and ren-
the agents by which the action of these causes marked attention he paid to the ladies, and it derel profitable without his intervention.
may be counteracted, and, more than all, the would be invidious to nsinuate that it was con To the exclusive education of the southern
means by which they may be prevented, are wor- fined to any one in particular, when all received man there is superadded a peculiar constitution
thy of the attention not simply of the physician such evidences of his care. To render the affair of mind, arising from a constant residence in a
and the philosopher, the philanthropist and the still more exciting, it seemed as if the wind and warm climate, which makes him as unwilling,
statesman, but of every individual whose life is tie had conspired to frustrate our design ; old as his prejudices have rendered him unfit, to en-
liable to be shortened or rendered wretched by tide gage in mercantile pursuits; and, consequently,
liable to be shortened, or rendered wretched by Boreas blew as though he'd blown his last;" the the commerce, necessarily proceeding from his
their operation. The investigation of these ques- current ran as current never ran before; the spray industry, is conducted by natives of other coun-
tions, so far as they are connected with one pro- mounted our deck, as if to catch a peep at what tries, or the citizens of distant states. In ac-
minerit cause of disease, will, we are assured, be knowledging the palpable unfitness of southern
was transpiring on board, and, ever and anon, youth to anage mercantile affairs, we are com-
theao4ject of our contributor. They form a sub- would it sprinkle the smiling face of some fair pelled to admit the inference of their inferiority;
ject that comes home to the business and the lady, or deluge the phiz of some unlucky gentle- for, if there be one class of men equally well
bosoms," and is, at least indirectly, as deeply man. Our passage was enlivened with song fitted fr either the pursuit of agriculture or
connected with the permanent prosperity of every and wine," and the excursion delightful and ex- commerce, and another only capable of pursuing
individual in this community as any one that can hiliriin all agriculture, the latter must be inferior, inasmuch
individual in this community as any one that can hiliriting to all. as it does not possess one of the means of pro-
command his consideration. It is well known After buffeting the wind, waves and current during wealth that's in the power of the former.
that we hlive in the midst of a region where the for two .or three hours, we arrived at the scene It is the great extent to which the cause of this
causes, which operate to produce e great ma- f action wh w f inferiority has been allowed to be carried, which
jority of the premature deaths of our race, are where wound a large assemble has created that disparity in prosperity that ap-
jority of tan he premature deaths of our race, awaiting our arrival, and equally anxious to see pears between the northern and southern states
rife; and where, besides the personal suffering the vessel glide into her native element. Every of the Union; making the former flourish like
they induce, their tendency is to mar alike indi- thing was in readiness, and at 12 o'clock the while st ttivated countries of the old world,
theot cultiatter a ne fastsink tof the odeca wor
vidual and general prosperity. Instead, then, of wedge was struck, and away she went- the most exhausted ard worst governed nations.
deeming a subject, the object of which is to pre-e most exhaust and worst governed nations.
vent these evils, obtrusive, we know of none "Walking the water like a thing of life." Andthis is a cause which, by maintaining a state
which ought to be considered of more general Her deck was crowded with delighted spectators, injurious to the general interests, than any mod-
interest; which should claim, of right, a more and as she touched the wave, MAGNOLIA she ern system of colonial servitude, promises to ope-
was christened, by the fair hand of a young lady. rate as a perpetual source of inferiority, unless a
conspicuous station, or which would more justify This done, all returned to the city, highly pleased radical change shall take place in the feelings,
being discussed, if our correspondent chooses, with the excursion and its happy results. education and habits of the people.
with all the lights of science and the graees of Too Much credit cannot be awarded to Captain But, it may be said, the habits of the people,
literature, in the ephemeral columns of a news- *CARLEs S. RUSSELL, for his enterprise, in hav- and the climate of the southern states, have al-
literature in the ephemeral columns of a news ing constructed and built the only vessels ever ways been the same, and yet, for a long period,
Paper. framed in this nlac 1-. .


well as general prosperity. This is true. In;-
deed, the former, if not the latter, also was their
condition until so comparatively recent a period
as the termination of the last war. During this
proud period of their history, the trading interests
of the country were then, as now, in the hands
of persons, strangers by birth to the soil on which
they derived their subsistence. We must there-
fore look to other causes, co-existing with or suc-
ceeding these, which have prevented the equal
march of the southern states in that career of
prosperity, which, in'every other portion of the
country, forms so just a ground of national pride.
These causes are to be found in the circumstance,
that they, and particularly the southern cities, are
not now the seats of the permanent residence of
their merchants. In the earlier history of the
country, this portion of the population consisted,
in great part, of emigrants from Europe, who,
from the distance of their respective countries,
and the comparatively slow means of travelling
then employed, were unable to return to them on
every approach of summer, and therefore, of ne-
cessity, became permanent inhabitants. In recent
times, these emigrants, as a class, have been su-
perceded by the superior intelligence, enterprise
and industry of the natives of the northern states;
at the same time, from the proximity of the heal-
thier regions of their own country, they can take
advantage of the modern facilities for travelling,
and fly on the first approach of danger from local
disease. The practice thus induced, is favored
by the nature of the commerce of the southern
states, which admits of being transacted by a
residence on their soil during the six or eight
cooler months of' the year. Its operation pre-
vents the present mercantile population of the
southern states from ever contemplating them as
a permanent resting place for themselves or their
children; while it forms one of the most destruc-
tive systems of absenteeism that ever impoverish-
ed a country. Under the operation of this sys-
tem, the city, which, in the winter, presents to
the stranger the appearance of immense business
and vast wealth: "in which industry seems to
have accumulated its well-earned fruits, com-
merce to have spread its luxury, and art its ele-
gance," astonishes him, on the approach of sum-
mer, with an aspect of desolation, which he
would suppose actual, pestilence-and not the
mere apprehension of it-war, or famine could
alone produce. Nay; in some of our seaports,
as summer approaches, every occupation is aban-
doned, from the wholesale dealer in cargoes to
the retailer of paltry wares; they no longer re-
sound with the hammer of the artizan; the pulpit
is vacated, the halls of justice are closed, while
even the pestle and mortar cease to make their
melodious clangour in the ears of the few un-
happy wretches whom poverty compels to remain
in the dreary solitude. All the institutions of
civilization are dissolved, the bonds of society are,
severed, to be revived and repaired in the follow-
ing winter, but only to be renewed by labor, and
at the cost of an annually recurring poverty.
JENNER.
To CORRESPONDENTS.--"A Friend" has sent
us a well written article on Annexation; its great
length, however, as well as the late hour at which
-Lo--*< coJiand.Lil'idfs its insertion to-day.-
We may find room for it next Week.
RANDOLPH" may, as he hopes, arrive at
something yet." We think it very likely; but if
he aspires to anything which will yield him a
respectable livelihood, we conjure him to eschew
rhyming.
Heavy Failure.-A recent arrival at New Or-
leans reports that the mercantile house of MooY-

$7,000,000. They have been doing a heavy busi-
ness with Germany, and it is said, that the princi-
pal sufferers, by their failure are of that country.
(0- White Sugar.-A process has been dis-
covered, we learn, 'by a planter in Louisiana,
by which he has converted his whole crop of
the past season into white sugar, without the
usual intervention of the clarifying process. The
sugar is fabricated in an apparatus entirely by
steam.
)- Cure for Croup.-The following remedy
for this disorder, so distressing and frequently
fatal to children, is highly recommended by a
gentleman who has tested it in his own family
with the happiest results:
Procure some strong ley from oak ashes, and
sweeten it with molasses; give the child one,
two or three spoonfuls, as it mav seem to be re-
lieved. Generally, the relief is almostimmedi-
ate, and the child will fall off into a quiet sleep.
Renew the dose until the complaint disappears.
(Kt The proprietors of the different hotels and
bar-rooms in Mobile have abolished the gratuitous
lunch system. This determination, it appears,
has been induced by the great number of loafers


who infest the taverns, and get their entire liv-
ing at the snack-tables. The Daily Advertiser
says that no less than three hundred persons have
been supported in this way, at only three houses
in that city.
C3- The path that leads to fortune too often
passes through the narrow defiles of meanness,
which a man of an exalted spirit cannot stoop
to tread.
For the Commercial Advertiser.
PRESENT OF A WHITE ROSE-BUD.
BY WILLIAM SIDNEY.
0 fair unknown! my heart o'erflows
With thanks for this white budding rose;
But shall the hateful emblem prove
Such loveliness too young to love ?"
As blooming in my fair one's bower,
Ambrosial fingers pluck'd the flower,
But with'ring now, it seems to bend
As mourning for its fairer friend,
And all the care I can bestow
It will not feel, nor seem to know.
Perhaps the crystal fount may give
Some vital power, and bid it live, ,
And cause th' expanding flower to shine
With lovely tints, almost divine.
Thus, fair unknown, if thy kind heart
Should luckless feel some with'ring art,
O may the crystal fount of truth
,Renew the smiles of blooming youth,
And grateful fragrance still ascend,
And cherish'd worth thy name attend;
Then, fresh and blooming, thou shalt prove
An object for us all to love,
And fleeting days shall soon prepare
THY HEART to FEEL what LOVERS Rare.
April,5, 1844.


From the N. Y. Courier and Enhquier.
TWENTY-TWO DAYS LATER FROM EUT-
ROPE.
The Caledonia, Mail Steamer, Capt, o. ,orr-a
fiVed at Boston on Friday morning in seventeen.
days from Liverpool, by which we have received
bur regular files of London papers to the 4th ins&
Loyd's Lists to the latest datesand Liverpool pa-
pers to the day of sailing. The news is interest-
ing in many respects, but not of startling imporos-
ance. The State Trials in Ireland had closediby
a verdict against O'Connellahd the rest of thed
Traversers, but the judgment of the Court would
not be be rendered till the next term, which
would commence on the: 1 th of April; in the
meantime Mr. O'Connell left for London, and had
actually taken his seat in Parliament The ver-
dict of the Jury does not appear to have created
much sensation in any quarter, ~ind no serious
disturbances had occurred in Dublin .or any part
of Ireland, after the decision became known.
It seems that several attempts to tamper with
the Jury had been made before the rendition of
the verdict, and in some instances intimidation
had been resorted to, but they were singularly in-
effectual.
A long debate on Irish affairs, pretty pungently
conducted on both sides, had taken place in Par..
lament, but a resolution of censure was triumph*.
antly voted down by a majority oP. 99 for Minis-
ters.
The verdict of the Jury seems to have put the
repeal papers in a panic, and all the, Editors of the
Dublin repeal papers, had given formal notice of
their withdrawal from the Association. Mr,.
Smith, the Irish Attorney General who conducted
the State trials, had resumed his place in Parlia-
ment, and defended his official conduct, so suc-
cessfully as to draw down storms of agpplause.--.
He apologisedivery properly for his indiscretion
in the fracas with Mr. Fitzgibbon, which seemed
to be received as satisfactory.
Trade in the English manufacturing district.
continued brisk and prosperous.
Cotton throughout February continued to main.
tain its prices, and a fair demand, but on the 4th
of this month it rather languished, and there was
some depression in the price. The grain market
had somewhat improved, in consequence of the
unfavorable weather in England. But our corn
mercial letter and a general view of the markets
will be found in their appropriate places.
The Anti-League has acquired, it is stated, Con-
siderable stability by the establishment in ,Mth4
Metropolis, of the Metropolitan Society for the
Protection of British Agriculture," of which the
Duke of Richmond has been appointed President,
and the Duke of Buckingham, Vice president.-
It is the intention of this body to use the same
weapons of war as the Anti-Corn' Law League,
namely, the raising of funds, the holding of meet,
ings, the printing and distribution of pamphlets,
and so forth.
Some excitement was caused in London, by the
receipt of intelligence stating, that the French
Admiral Thouars, had seized Tahiti, but subse-
quent accounts from France that the conduct of
the Admiral had not received the sanction of the
French Government, the excitement subsided.
Lord Viscount Sidmouth, formerly Mr .Adding-
ton, and Prime Minister, died on the 15th of
February at Richmond Park, at the advanced age
of 87.
Oregon.-Our Minister, Mr. Everett, after
having spent a month on a visit to the Rev. Sidney
Smith, was in correspondence with Lord Stanley
on the Oregon question.
The Oregon Territory.-Her Majesty's Gov-
ernment, desirous of prosecuting with expedition
the survey of the disputed territory between the
United States and the colonial possessions of Her
Majesty in North America, hlh-iwanu o Ide- for
e inmemS'etemployment of an additional force
of non-commissioned officers and men belonging
to the Royal Sappers and Miners upon this im.
portant duty, under the Boundary Commissioner,
Colonel Estcourt. This detachment, which bhas
been selected from the companies of that corps
employed on similar services in England, on ac-
count of their experience and knowledge of the

peculiar duties required of them, arrived at Wool-
wich, from different places in England, on the 1st
inst., and are now in hourly expectation of pro-
ceeding to Liverpool, where they are to embark
for America, and on landing there, will be sent to
the Oregon Territory, to join those already em.
played on that service. The boundary survey
party will now consist of about twenty non-com-
missioned officers and privates of the Royal Sap,
pers and Miners, with Capt. Broughton and two
other officers of the Royal Engineers, under Colo.
nel Estcourt, the Commissioner.
A most destructive fire occurred at Manchester
on the 3d instant, which consumed property to
more than the amount of E100,000.
The English papers speak in terms of high affd
just praise of the liberality, spirit and enterprise of
the Bostonians in cutting the Hibernia out of the'
ice in their harbor.
FRANCE.
The arrival of the news that the French had,
taken possession of Tahiti, and compelled Queen-
Pomare to place herself under their protection--


the installation of a new governor--the hoisting
of the French and the lowering of the English flag
-this account of the doings in the Friendly Is-
lands, in November last, created, when it reach--
ed England, considerable surprise as well as in. -
dignation. The subject was alluded to in the
House of Commons, when Sir Robert Peel expres-
sed his hope and belief that the proceedings had
been done without the consent or even the know.
ledge of the French Government. So it turns-
out. The whole proceedings have been formally
repudiated by Louis Phillippe and his cabinet,
and with this announcement has evaporated what-
ever indignation the insult might have created.
The French Admiral, Dupetit'Thouars, has, in
this rebuke, received a "rap on the knuckles,"'
which it is to hoped will not be lost upon him.- -
A lengthened debate on the affair took place in
the Chamber of Deputies, and the result was a
signal triumph for Ministers. The proposition of
M. Theirs-" that the Chamber, without approv.-
ing of the conduct of the Cabinet, pass to the or6-
der of the day," was rejected. by a majority of 46.
This is a greater majority than the most sanguine
friends of the Government expected. The chamin
ber has been asked by Marshal Soult for an ad&
vance of 300,000, to support 15,600 additional
men in Algiera.
SPAIN.-Military despotism now reigns trium-
phant in this unhappy country. The disarming-
of the National Guard appears to have been quiet.
ly accomplished. Accounts received from Ma.
drid to the 18th ultimo, state that Alicante was,
blockaded both by sea and land; on land by Gener-
al Roncali, on sea by the Spanish navy, consisting
of a steamer and three small vessels. At Caftha-
gena the insurgents seem to be confined 'within
the walls of the city. In the large cities the-
pronounciamentos seem to have failed, and the
outbreak is now almost entirely confined to the dis-
tricts of Alicante, Murcia, and Cartbagena.--
None of the great leaders of the Liberal party
have taken part in it. It is probable that the in-
surrection will for the present be suppressed-
Murcia is soon to be evacuated by the insurgents;


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PORT OF APALACHICOLA...... April 6.


FOR LIVERPOOL.-The 'fast 139aiiy
ship GLOBE, Lowry, has now more
S than half her cargo engaged and going
on board, will have quick despatch, for freight
apply to J ,DAY & CO..
aP16 52 Water st,
FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fine barque.
COLOSSUS, Lennox, master, having
&is gspart of her cargo engaged and going on
board, will meet with despatch. For balance of
freight apply to BENJ. SALTER,
mar30 50 Water street.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-Ship MANCO,
^Nickles, master, having part of her cargo
Ak^ engaged will have despatch. For bal-
ance of freight or passage, apply to
CHARLES ROGERS,
mar30 47 Water street.
FOR LIVERPOOL-The first clas
British ship DUKE OF CORNWALL,
Conrad, master, has commenced loading
and will meet with despatch. For freight, apply
to E. P. BUTTS.
mar30
FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fast sailing
-ccoppered and copper fastened British
-a brig ROBT BURNS, Messenger, master,
has commenced loading and will meet with der-
patch. For freight apply to
mar30 E P BUTTS, Water st.
FOR LIVERPOOL-The first class
barque MERSEY, J. Tucker, master,
having two-thirds of her cargo engaged
and going on board, will have dispt-or bal-
ance of freight, apply to
BE J. SALTER,
marchl5 50 Water st.
D FOR LIVERPOOL-The British ship
DAUNTLESS, Rogers, master; 562 tona
Sa burthen, having most of her cargo en-
gaged and going on board, will meet with des-
patch. For balance of freight or passage, apply
to the master or to
marll S CASSIN, 43 Water st.
FOR LIVERPOOL-The British bark
SOPHIA, Webster, having most of her
cargo engaged and going on board) will
meet with despatch. For balance of freight or
passage apply to the master or to
marl1 S CASSIN, 43 Water st.
FOR LIVERPOOL-The British ship
ENGLAND, Boothby, master, will teat
Jgiiswith despatch, for freight apply to
W A & P C KAIN,
febl7 4 Columbus Block.


I


I II IL-9--- L-l -


SUNDRIES.-10 bbls Citer Vinegar;
2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia;
6 chests Teas, green, black, &c.
10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs and Cloves;-,
10 boxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices;
5 baskets Salal Oil; 5 kegs.5ar Lead'; "-
30 bags Shot, assorted; 1 .ase Sardines;
5 cases Pickles; 1 do preserve;
5 do Tomato Catsup, fdr sale.
DODGE & CRDNER,
apl6 4 Water street.;
20080 yor LBS of wrought Spikes, assorted.
200 For sale by
apl6 4t ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO..
Whayves for Rent at Auction.,
i`n Saturday, April --20th, at 1-2 o'clock, M..At
t6e corner of the Apalachicola Exchans ,-
on Water street, will he leased to the highest bi.-,:
der, under the sunrerintendence of R. J. Mosk .
Esq., Master in Clhancerv, for the term of oh ,,
year, from and after October 1. : 1)44, all of 6(0 "':
feet of improved wharf, know.i as the Colui.byu
Co. Wharves, in the city o." Apalachica. .
Terms-One-eighth cash on the day bf sale;
one-fourth on the tiist dayt ot Ja11ary, and
the remainder onI the filst day of Mat# 2I45;
the two last na hed iavm1ents to be cured by-
satisfactory end'-.rsed.l notes.
BEN.J. F. NOURE, Special Bailiff. .
Apalachicol.a. Maarch IY,. 1S4-1. ..' :
N OTICE-T'he .ublltl.,rs take this method
of informing t1L ose w0o are indebted 4,
them, that they aryin immediate want of the
amount of their biils. They have become per-
fectly satisfied 'tlt patronage without pay will
not answer, andthiat from this date all bills in-
norred must b~paid before delivery of; ,e goods..,
To torse Vlho have been punctuial we can say
that we syl be as ready as ever toserve them as
usual, ad with greater dispatch, -as'we shall not
be tadubled with those who do rot payC.
/ LAWRENCE & CAIGH. -
- Apalachicola, March 11, iS4-l. mil Im
" ESTERN PRODUCE.-Just received -
schr Lion from New Orleans:
50 bbls Whiskey;
50 do Flour;
5 hhds Bacon Sides; .. .
5 do Shoulders. A. ",. / .
For sale by M MYERS,


30 HHDS New Bacon, just received, and for
30 sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
ap16 33 Water st.
TIQUORS AND WINES.-Brandy-Otard,
')Dupuy & Co's; A Seignette's.
Gin--Holland, anchor brand.
Whiskey-Old Scotch; Monongahela.
Wie--Old Madeira; Sicily; old pure Port;
Champaign, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water st.


PAINTS, OiLS, &c.--75 kegs White Lead;
S10 kegs Black Paint; 10 do Green;
1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl Linseed Oil;
2 do Spirits TUIrpentine;
250 galls Sperm il ;
200 Paint Brushes, assorted, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water st.

C ORDAGE & OAKUM.-ageassorted;
V 75 coils of Manilla Cordage, assorted;
25 bales Oakum, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water street.
AKUM, PITCH & TAR.-Just received
0 30 bales Oakum;
10 do Pitch;.
6 do Tar, for sale by "
apl6 4t ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO.


ON CONSIGNMENT.-
20 bbls Irish Potatoes;
20 do superfineFlour;
10 boxes Tobacco;
30 coils Rope, for sale by
CHESTER, FARRIOR & McGRIFF,
apl6 it 1 44 Water street.


4


COMMERCIAL.

MAIL ARRANGEMENT.
Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M.
Closes Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10, P. M.
LATEST DATES.
Liverpool. .... .Match 4. New York....March 25.
Havre,..... ... 1. New Orleans,. 30.
Havana.,..,... March 17. Charleston,... 25.
COTTON MARKET.
The 4th of March accounts caused a suspension
of demand, but the limited quantity on the market
prevented much decline. Holders are generally
unwilling to accept the offers of buyers, and but
little is doing in consequence. The sales that
have been made since the news, have been for in-
ferior 5j to 6; ordinary 64 to 6j; middling 7 to 71;
middling fair 7j a -; fair -.
'* The sales of the week amount to 1246 bales as
follows:-15 at 5-; 53 at 64; 10 at 6f; 93 at 64; 34
at 7; 70 at 7 1-16; 232 at 7}; 125 at 71; 21 at 7 5-16;
248 at 7 W07 at 7j; 72 -at 7 cents per Ib.
COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand 1st Oct.,.........211
Received since our last,, ..... 2,055
'" previously..... .... 101,953
--- 104,219 bales.
Exported since out last,....... 2,720
previously, ........ 77,524
-- '-81,244 "
Stock on hand not cleared,......22,975 "
FREIGHTS.
To Liverpool, ..................... -2d pr Ilb.
New York, .................. ..1-2c"
Boston, .............1..........1-2c "
Freights dull at quotations.
PASSENGERS.
Per steamer J Y Smith-Messrs Bartlett, J R
Johnsori, G S Oglesby, J P Cock, J Baker, Harden.
Per steamer Siren-J L Smallwood, Stockton,
Cooper, G Mitchel, Newnan, N Baker, Dr L M
Armistead, Simmons.
Per steamer Oconee-P Hobart, Shivers.
Per steamer Boston-Wm Lockey, P Schley,
Capt Rowland.
Per steamer Apalachicola-Dr Dunn and lady,
Mrs Porter, Miss A E Farrior, Miss M C Farrior,
A Williams, Jas F Farrior, J Porter, Johnson, J
Campbell, Nobles.
IMPORTS
TURKS' ISLAND--Per schr Thames--2,984
bushels salt, 3 tons Brazil wood, and fruit, order.
NEW YORK-Per brig C E Platt-1,019 pkgs
md.ze to McKay & Hartshorne; 170 Green & Con-
nery; 6 J N Robinson; 1 BS Hawley; 7 Flewellen
& Butt; 181 Kimbrough & Ridgway; 49 Moore &
McKenzie; 82 H R Taylor; 5 Hill, Dawson & Co;
5 Dodge & Gardner; 3 J Day & Co; 197 Preston
& Maclay; 16 H G Guyon; 56 B Ellison & Co; 5
Nourse & Stone; 4 Farrior '& Co; 12 J Green; 40
P Hobart; 105 W A Wood; 34 Lockhart& Young;
98 H D Darden; 17 W G Porter & Co; 29 Harper
& Holmes; 3 D B Wood & Co; 10 S B Hamilton.
Per brig W L Jones-630 pkgs mdze to Harper &
Holmes; 21 B S Hawley; 4 Moore & McKenzie;
5 McKay & Hartshorne; 3 Preston & Maclay; 1
Nourse & Stone; 23 H D Darden; 5 J B Hall; 82
B Ellison & Co; 2 H Smith; 10 W S Damerel; 4
Kimbrough & Ridgway; 4 S B Haniltonr- -,T L-
Mitchel; 4 Green & Connery; 7 W G Porter & Co.
Per brig Mary-34 pkgs mdze to Lockhart &
Young; 450 McKay & Hartshorne; 28 H R Ta-T
ilor; 8 W A & P C Kain; 7 P Hobart; 3 J B Hall;
257 Moore & McKenzie; 15 S Schiffer; 22 Kim-
brough & Ridgway; 1 J Schrodt; 6 Nourse &
Stone; 36 Roberts, Allen & Co; 322 Harper &
Holmes; 12 B Ellison & Co; 506 Capt Richardson;
82 A Andersori; 6 H R Barker; 195 W G Porter
& Co; 27 Stow & Starr; 17 to order.
Per brig Ozello-100 tons ice, to W Mount.
EXPORTS.
TRIESTE-Per ship Charlemagne-1,349 bale's
cotton.
NEW YORK-Per ship Wakona-1,249 bales
cotton.
Per barque Ann Welsh-916 bales cotton.
NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Lion-206 bales
cotton, 150 scks cotton seed, 16 bales domestics, 3
do gunny bags, 1 pkg mdze.
Per schr Textor-25 cords wood.
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per steamer Lowell-99 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 29 C Rogers 110 Hill, Dawson &
Co; 24 W A & P C Kain; 7 McKay & Hartshorne;
8 Moore & McKenzie; 22 W G Porter & Co.
Per steamer Oconee-108 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson & Co.
Per steamer Boston-160 bales cottorf*to Nourse
&; Stone; 163 L M Durr$ 43 W Lackey.
Per steamer J Y Smith-144 bales cotton to J
Day & Co; 115 Lockhart & Young; 227 Bartlett;
30 T H & C H Austin.
Per steamer Siren-27 bales cotton to Wm G
Porter & Co; 2 Avery & Jones.
Per steamer Agnes-200 bales cotton to Harper
& Holmes; 15 Preston & Maclay.
Per steamer Apalachicola--148 bales cotton to
Lockhart & Young; 188 Moore & McKenzie; 81
McKay & Hartshorne; 83 Harper & Holmes; 10
W G Porter & Co.
Per flat boat No 4--6 bales cotton to Lockhart
& Young; 6 J Stevenson &5 Co,


bIut the last thingwe read is, that General Cor-
-dova was marching on it. Numerous butcheries
have taken place, and,it is expected that the mer-
ciless executions by the Governm'ent will have
produced more appalling reprisals. At Alicante
ind Murcia, Ruiz, (chief of the insurgent column
at Catthagena,) shot in reprisal for the massacre
tf twenty prisoners by Roncali" more than double
that number."
Beoet, the chief of the insurrection at Alicante,
vhot the unfortunate bearer of the summons to
,surrender sent him by Roncali, and decreed, "that
!for every man put to death by the officers of
Government, he would shoot ten of their partis-
ans, and beihg an eleve (Lieutenant of Cabrera),
he is likely to keep his word; it is rumored that
Senor Ceruto, uncle to Roncali, has been shot by
lhis orders. Another report says, that the Arch-
%bishop of Seville (the Rev. Cienfuegos Jovel-
1anos) has beep executed in revenge by the insur-
gents of Carthagena! Arrests continue through-
out the kingdom. Lopez is still hiding, and
sought for in the capital. Narvaez is making
active operations to put himself at the head of the
army besiegi ng Alicante. A regiment of infantry,
fourpieces of artillery, and three squadrons of
cavalry, are under orders to attend him.
In the midst of their own troubles, the Spanish
Ministry have offered to assist in subduing the
revolt in Portugal, and are still speaking seriously
of an expedition against Morocco.
The rharriage of the Queen of Spain with a
Neapolitan Prince, is said to be abandoned, and
negotiations are in progress for her union with
the Duke of Cadiz, son of the Infant Don Francis-
co de Paula.
A revolution, somewhat formidable in its ap-
pearance at first, had broken out in Portugal; but
it was promptly put down, and order perfectly
restored. Count Bonfine, formerly Minister of
War, and 'a good many officers and men in the
regular service, had participated in the rebellion.
Theenergetic measures of the Government, how-
ever, very soon put every thing straight.
The Portuguese government had been guilty of
, a gross outrage on the Spanish Ex-Minister Oloz-
aga, who recently fled into Portugal for a refuge ;
his rendezvous having ben broken into, and his
papers examined and slzed. Olozaga himself,
was not at home, and of course was not arrested.
He %was in concealment.
Lit)erpol, .March 4.
COTTO-r.-With reference to our Circular of
the 3d ultimo, we have to advise that our Cotton
market has since declined id. per lb. This ap-
plied more decidedly to the low and middling
that to the better qualities, and the official quo-
tations for fair have not been changed, as there is
no considerable quantity offering or pressing on

the market, and it might be as difficult to buy as
td sell extensively at the reduction, but what is
doing in all descriptions must be Id, below the
highest point in the market, which is more lan-
guid the last two days than previously, This de-
piession has taken place within the last fortnight,
the market previously having remained quite
steady.
QPThe following gentlemen are our authori-
'zed agents; and they are empowered to receipt
for the payment of any subscriptions, advertise-
ments or other printing, to be forwarded to us:-
B. 6. ALDERMoAN, Marianna, Fla..
J. S.SANcHIzz, St. Augustine, Fla.
J. ATKINs, Tallahassee, Fla.
E. N. aIBSON, Quincy, Fla.
JAs. P$NNs, St. Joseph, Fla.
N. BAKERR Brown's Ferry, Fla.
FRANCI9SARNOU, Calhoun County, Fla.
IV TABO, Washington County, Fla.
A. S. GRE NWOOD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga.
The chi'ckenhatching machine now being ex-
hibited in the city of New York, is thus noticed
in the Tribune:
Chicken M.anufactory.-Nature is getting su-
perfluous. We rather think she will soon be voted
out of fashion and dispensed with. There is a
chap just' over out publication office hatching
Chickens in-a big box, fifty a dar, having a thou-
sand eggs always doiig. The trouble of attending
them is slight, the heat costs very little, and the
chickens crack their several shells and walk up
to their,dough and water like wood-choppers to
dinner or, sailors to their grog. They are clean,
strong and lively, grow fast and rarely die, (not
being draggled through the grass;) and whoever
t has a hatching machine can have Spring Chick-
ens, every week in the year, and at small expense.
-If you could only invent a machine to lay eggs
now, hens'would be done with.
687 BALES COTTON DESTRYEDr.--.We learn
from Capt. Creswell, of the steamer Hamburg ar-
rived on Friday evening, that onThursday, about
11 o'clock, when near the bend h the river cal-
led Hog Nose, about 65 miles abwve this place,
the cotton on one of the tow boab' No. 1, was
discovered to be on fire, on the lover tier, and
before it could be reached, the whde broadside
was in flames. An attempt was made to scuttle
the boat, but the heat was so intense \hat it was


found impossible to do so. She was then cut
loose, and it was with difficulty the sterner and
other towboats were saved. The wind vwas very
high at the time, and the few bales thrown into
the river while on fire were consumed afterreach-
ing the water. Boat No. 1 had on board 70bbales
of cotton, and only nineteen were saved. The
loss is estimated at about $20,000.- Ga. Journal.
SPECIE.-The brig Selma, arrived at Mobile
from New York, on the 19th inst., had $70,000,
principally in gold, consigned to two houses in
that city.

.4 Hint.--" Recollect, sir," said a tavern keep-
er to a gentleman who was about leaving his house
without paying his reckoning--" recollect, sir, if
you lose your purse,,'you didn't pull it out here.
Conviction.--We learn that the Rev. Mr Wein-
, zephflin, the Catholic Priest who was charged
with committing a rape in Evansville, Indiana,
some two years ago, has been convicted, and that
he was yesterday committed to the penitentiary
at Jeffersonville for the term of five years.--Louis-
ville Journal.

The .American .Mail Company.-Mr. Hatch,
one of the clerks in the office of the American
Mail Company," has been held to bail at Boston in
$100 by order of the P. M. G. for sending a letter
contrary to the law of Congress.

Three large four story brick warehouses on
Pearl street in Louisville, owned by Samuel K.
Page, Esq. were destroyed by fire on Thursday
last-.loss $12,000.
Trial by jury has been decreed in Russia, by a
majority of seven votes in the second Chamber of
State.
Boston.--On Thursday afternoon, a daring at-
tempt was made to burn the new Court House, in
Boston,,by setting fire to some combustibles in
the loft-kindling wood and charcoal.


f(5- We would call the attention of all persons
residing in the city, that the/ Apalachicola Fire
Engine Co. No. 1, have received a charter from
the Legislature, through our Representative, R.
J. Floyd, Esq., exempting them from jury duty.
This, we conceive, to be sufficient inducement
for citizens, having property at risk, to join .the
Company and by so doing have a good and effi-
cient fire department in time of need. Accord-
.ing to the charter the number is limited to 40
members.
There will be a special meeting of the Com-
pany, for the purpose of admitting those who may
wih to join, on Monday evening next, half-past


CLEARED.
Ship Charlemagne, Packard, for Trieste by I M
Wright.
Ship Wakona, Borland, for N York by Harper &
Holmes.
Ship Talma, Collins, for N Orleans.
Ship Telumah, Borland, for N Orleans.
Ship Floridian, Pratt, for Mobile.
Bark Ann Welsh, Magna, for N York by Nourse
t. Stone and Chas Rogers.
Brig Cynosure, Macloon, for N Orleans.
Schr Textor, Smith, for N Orleans by B Ellison
& Co.
Schr Lion, Clift, for New Orleans, by B Ellisoh
& Co.
ARRIVED.
Ship Constellation, Jackson, fm N York, master
Ship Telumah, Borland, 17 dys fm N York.
Bark Commerce, Rogers, 30 days from Boston
to master.
Bark Gazelle, Allen, fm N York to McKay &
Hartshorpe.
Brig W L Jones, Tyler, fm N York to Harper &
Holmes.
Brig Caroline E Platt, Rice) fmr N York to Me
Kay & Hartshorne.
Brig Ozello, Meeks, fm N York to D B Wood
& Co.
Brig Mary, Richardson, fm N York to McKay
& Hartshorne.
Schr Thos Hooper, Hall, 6 dys ifm Jamaica) to
Master.
Schr Thames, Sawyer, from Turk's Island, to
Master.
Scht Florida, Howes, fm Charleston, to Master.
Steamer Lowell Niles, fm Columbus.
Steamer Oconee, Greer, fm Columbus.
Steamer Boston, Morton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Siren, Sharpless, fm Browns Ferry.
Steamer Jas Y Smith, Smith, fm Albany.
Steamer Agnes, Jenkins, fm Columbus.
' "Steamer Apalachicola, Sutton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Siren, Van Veghten, fm Bainbridge.
Flat boat No. 4, fm Itchuwaynotchuway.

VESSELS IN PORT.
April 6.-Sloops and lighters not included.
SHIPS.
Mary & Susan, Weeks, 392 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-D B Wood & Co.
Globe, Lowry, 479 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
J Day & Co.
Andrew Scott, Emery, 318 tons, for N York, load-
ing-J Day & Co.
Manco, Nickles, 350 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-Chas Rogers.
Blanchard, Blanchard, 393 tons, for Havre, load-
ing-I M Wright.
Dauntless, (Br.) Rogers, 562 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-S Cassin.
Courtenay, (Br.) Turner, 608 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-W A & P C Kain.
England, (Br) Boothby, for Liverpool, waiting--
WA & PC Kain.
Rothschild (Br) Fell, 647 tons, for freight or char-
ter-Master.
Troy, Hills, 525 tons, waiting-I M Wright.'
Constellation, Jackson, 276 tons, waiting-Master
Eben Preble, Perkins, 493 tons, waiting-Master.
Tarolinta, Smith, 549 tons, waiting-Master.
BARQUES.
Mersey, Tucker, 372 tons, for Liverpool, loading,
Duke of Cornwall, (Br.) Conrad, 481 tons, for
Liverpool, loading-E P Butts.
Colossus, Lennox, 399 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-Benj Salter. ,
Sophia, (Br.) Webster, 387 tons, for Liverpool,
loading--S Cassin.
Robert Watts, (Br.) Johnson, 491 tons, for Liver-
pool, loading-J Day & Co.
Gazelle, Allen, 269 tons, fm New York, waiting-
McKay & Hartshorne.
Commerce, Rogers, 289 tons, waiting-Master.
Alabama, Merritt, 348 tons, waiting-Master.
Tiberius. H1ow.a, 299 tnnsi waiting--MVasto-r.
W L Jones, Tyler, 222 tons, fm N York, discharg-
ing-Harper & Holmes.
Ozello, Meeks, 204 tons, fm New York, discharg-
ing-D B Wood & Co.
Caroline E Platt, Rice, 232 tons, for N York, load.
ing-McKay & Hartshorne.
Lawrence Copeland, Baker, 218 tons, for N York,
loading-B Ellison & Co.
Mary, Richardson, 194 tons, for New York, load-
Ing-McKay & Hartshorne.
Robt Burns, (Br.) Messenger, 296 tons, for Liver-
pool, loading-E P Butts.
Nature, (Br) Allen, waiting-master.
SCHOONERS.
Massasoit, Draper, 93 tons, for Havana, loading--
B Ellison & Co.
Ann Stille, Wells, 117 tons, for Charleston, load-
ing--A L Clements.
Thames, Sawyer 106 tons, discharging-Master.
Thos Hooper, Hall, 99 tons, waiting-Master.,
Florida, Howes, 74 tons, waiting-Mastern
Echo, Davis, 114 tons, waiting-master.
!FOR THIS PORT.
NEW YORK-Ship Martha Washington, ryler,
on 25th ult. up with despatch, Bk Wakulla, Mul-
ford, to sail 26th; Brigs Camilla, Mandeuil, to sail
25th; Manhattan, Doane to sail 1st inst.; Schr
Orleson, Samson, to sail 27th ult.
Cleared on 22d ult. Bk Wabash, Talbot; on 25th
brig Magnolia, West.
Arrived from this Port-March 19th bk Hebron;
on 22d bk Mary Kimball.
CHARLESTON---Schr Home, Hammond, up
with despatch on 26th ult.
MEMORANDA.
Capt. Rogers, of Bark Commerce, fm Boston,
reports on the second day out, in a gale from south-
ard, loss of one man (Henry Hollinger, of Boston)


off main-topsail yard. Lost fore-topsail yard and
fore-top gallant yard-experienced rough weather
during the whole passage.


7 o'clock.


apl6 It*


ENGINE CO., No. 1., ATTENTION !-The
members of the above Company, are notified
to attend the monthly meeting at the Engine
House, this (Saturday) evening, at 8 o'clock.
ap6 It W. HONE, Sec'y.
AX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.-I will at-
tend at my Office, No. 42 Water street, up-
stairs, on and after Wednesday the 10th day of
April, for fifteen days, from the hours of 9 o'clock,
A. M. to 4, P. M., each day to receive the taxes
due the City of Apalachicola, for the year 1844.
N. B.-Please notice the 7th and 8th sections
of the ordinance, published in this paper, entitled
"An ordinance to raise a revenue for the use of
the City of Apalachicola, for the year 1844, and
for other purposes."
PETER HOBART, Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, April 1, 1844. It
OTICE.-CORNELIUS GRADY, Esq., is
my duly authorised agent during my absence
from the Territory. CHAS. McKENNEY.
Apalachicola, April 1st, 1844. 2t*


Accommodation Stages.
THE subscriber begs leave to
inform the public, that he has
on hand two good TWO HORSE
CARRIAGES, one he intends keeping in Talla-
hassee, and the other at his old stand at Chatta-
hoochee, ready to run at all times whenever call-
ed upon, and on very accommodating terms. His
Horses and Carriages are good, and his drivers
careful and obliging, and from his endeavors to
please and accommodate the public heretofore, he
confidently hopes for a continuance of favor and
patronage. REUBEN SCOTT.
Chattahoochee, Fla., April 1, 1844.
(p The Stage will be found at the Planters'
Hotel, Tallahassee. apl6 3m


FOR LIVERPOOL-The fast-sailing
Br. ship COURTENAY, George Tur.
ner, master, will meet with despatchi
For freight apply to
dec25 W. A. & P. C. kAIN.


LIST OF LETTERS, remaining in the Post
Office at Apalachicola, April 1st, 1844.
Arnold, Geo Morton, W S
Armistead, Dr M L Mumford, Capt 0 R 2
Anderson, Walker Manley, H
Allen, Mrs E R 2 Marshall, F L
Brown, Geo Morrison, M
Barker, Henry R McKnight, J T
Brawn, George McCandlish, J M
Brown, John McCarthy, Catharine
-achelder James M McPherson, N B
Brainard, McIntyre, H
Baker, Capt N Mai,, W-
Baisden, James H Miller, Benj P
Berregh, W Morris, D
Bealle, Henry Myers, A
Bunce, Timothy D Moye, Thompson
Brodnax, Wm B Noyes, Albion
Branch, John Norton, Wm S
Baker, W W Nash, Hez A
Blair Thos H O'Hanlan F
Barbour, Benj Organ, Edward
Chapman, Wm Oliver, J J
Chance) Harrison Patridge, John
cuit, ST Patrick, Wm
Cowhy, Edward Pch, Geo WV
Champlin, Orlando Penny, J H
Crosby Geo W Penny, L
Clark, obert Peterson, Peter
Dumsday, Michael 2 Porter, A S
Davis, Sam'l H 2 Parson; Capt Jonathan
Davis, Thos Pettingall, C H L2
Davis, Capt F Potter, N W
Davis, Mrs R Rogers, Capt
Dennison, Thos H 3 Ruge, H H
Dickson, R S Rix, Geo
Dancy, M Roberts, Geo K
Dunn, Peter Rigan, Dan'l
Dowling, Jos Runard, Miss E
Day, N S Reed, W W
Demans, Wm R Robinson, E E
Dawson, Wm Rogers, J K
Dejarhs, Theo Richardson, Capt E
Evans, John Robinson5 Thos
Evearan, Misses Repuck, Jos
Ford, Nicholas Robinson, E
Frederick, John Slemmer, Lloyd
Franklin. Jos A Smith, S B
Frille, Mr Stannard, H B
Ferrer, Juan Show, R G
Folberts, John Sloan, John
Fenton, Abrahamn Sams, Dr F W
Fox, Jos Serrell, W J
Ferrell, J C Steelman, Lewis
Foote, Capt D -Seely, Sam'l
Foster, David Studler, Mrs
Fletcher, David Smith G W 2
Freeman & Tarbox Saunders. Charles
Galt, Capt Wm Stow and Starr
Gill, T J Bission, J W
Greenwood, E S Sullivan, D
Guthrie, Jas V Scholfield, J
Graves, Joel H Silloway, Capt C
Gray, Perez D 2 Sherman, E
Giles, John Stan, V B
Graves, W W Scammon, C M
Gorham, Jos F Sellers, A C
Hat den, C S Spedden, J A
Hollowell, John Spedden, Jos
Hoytt, Eben Swinton, A B
Henning, C T Steinson, Geo M 2
Hodges, S H Sprowl, C
Hollenbeck, W W Seely, T G
Hamilton, Jacob Starr, J B
Hutchens, AP Soule, Alfred
Harrison, Wm Trofatter, G L 2.
Hurlbut, J C Taylor, Capt E
Howell, J D Treadwell, D H 2
Henderson, J J Taylor, Chas
Harden, J H Talbot, Mr H
Henderson, J.D If Thigpen, C
Hamlin, W C Trasey, G W
Humphry, John Tyler, Jared ./
Henderson, Joseph Thigpen, Tavis 2
Hicks, R B Troye, E
Howard, W H Tatem, Capt J
Harper, Wm Thornton, R 2
Jenkins, E B Tommey, V R
Jackson, Edward Van Schriber, Charles
Koster, G 'Whittlesy, Benj
Kellog, Capt Wheaton, R S
Keeler, T Woodruff, L T
Knowse, W K Wadsworth, Wm
Keazer, David Wilson, Henry
Korshbaum, R 2 Wing ABW 3
Lathrop, E Wood, Tilman
Locklar, J E White, Capt J
Lawrence, Chas Williard, E C
Lewis, Asa Willson, Charles
Lowell, Jos B : Wedman, David
Leete, Geo W 2 Whitman, Richard ,/
Lawson, PA Winson, Isaac /'
Lyons, B H Young Mr '
*** Persons calling for any of the above letters
will please say advertised.
GEO. F. BALTZELL, P. M.


FOR LIVERPOOL:'--British barqugy
ROBERT WATTS, J.obs.on. tia$atfer,
now discharging, and will be read top
receive freight in a few days, for which apply to
decll J. DAY & Co.


FOR NEW YORK.-The ship AN.-
DREW SCOTT, Emery, masters is nor'
t omaing for the above port. For freight
apply to J DAY& CO., ,
apl6 52 Water st.


FOR NEW YORK:---The fine faith
_-^lf sailing brig CAROLINE E- PLATT,
;i Rice, master, having the greater part of
her cargo engaged and going on board, will haVe
despatch. For balance of freight or passagea-1
ply to .IMcKAL .., ~A-TSITOR-f E,--
/ apl6 40 Water street..
FOR NEW YORK.--The fine sail'i
^^^ brig MARY, Richardson, master, wi
ga^&have despatch for the above port. -Fot
freight or passage, apply to
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
apl6 40 Water street.


FOR CHARLESTON.-The fine schr
^ANN STELILE, A Wells, master, hl
Aix most of her cargo engaged. For balance
of freight or passage, apply to -
apl6 A L CLEMENTS, 30 Water st.


FOR SALE-The fast sailing sch'r.
VANDALIA, of the burthen f fit
,tons, well found in sails, rigging, 'i c,
carries two hundred and fifty bales of cotton, and
draws only five feet of water, will be sold low to
close the concern. Apply to Capt. Smith on board,
or to B. ELLISON & 'Co.
march11 33 Water st. *.


Dentistry.
D R. PARTLY, DENTAL SURGEON, asso-
ciate of L. PARMLY, Mobile, Ala., would
respectfully inform the citizens of Apalachicola,
that he will remain in town for three weeks; and
is prepared to see all those who may require his
services either in inserting teeth or filling, having
procured a pleasant room at Mr. Butt's residence
on Market street, near the Promenade.
Apalachicola, March 30, 1844. m30 3t*


ASHIONABLE SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING.--Just received per brigs Card-
line E. Platt and Wm. L. Jones a fashionable as-
sortment of Spring and Summer Goods, consist-
ing of :-Drap d'ete Frock and Dress coats ;
Black and blue Orleans Cloth do.
Thibet Cloth do.
Gambroon Sack Coats;
Summer Tweed Sack, Frock and Dress coats.
Kentucky Jean do. do.
Drap d'ete Pants; Fancy Cassimere do,
Plain and figured gambroon Pants;
Summer Tweed do; Stackapus do.
Trape and twilled Cottonade do.
Gran duville Pants;
Plain and fig'd satin Vests; Fig'd Silk do.
Plain and fig'd Muslins.
Also, a general assortment of Handkerchiefs,
Suspenders, Hosery, &c., &c.
For sale by S. B. HAMILTON,
ap6 47 Water street.


G OSHEN CHEESE-A fresh lot just received
and forsald by B. ELLISON & Co.
apl6 33 Water st.


- W\- -
/ 'f


W INDOW SHADES-A fresh assortment of
VV the latest patterns., just received, and for
sale by B. ELLTSON & Co.
apl6 33 Water st.


0 BBLS prime Western -tlour, just rec'd,
100 fo sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
apl6 33 Water st.


mar4


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.








An Ordinance
To raise a Revenue for the use of" the City of
.Jpalachicola, for the year 1844, and for other
purposes.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the .Mayor and
Council of the City of AJpalachicola, That the
following Taxes be levied upon all property and
persons within the limits of the city of Apalachi-
cola, at the rates and in the manner hereinafter
provided, regard being had to the real value of
the same, viz:
Upon the full value of all unimproved real es-
tate, the sum of fifty cents on each and every hun-
dred dollars of said value, to be assessed by the
city assessors.
Upon all town lots and other real estate on
which is erected a house or other building (ex-
cept such as are owned and used only for public
worship), the sum of twenty-five cents on each
and every hundred dollars of the full value there-
of, including the improvements thereon, to be as-
sessed by the city assessors. .
Upon all wharf property, the sum of thirty
cents on each and every hundred dollars of the
full value thereof, to be assessed by the city as-
sessors.
Upon the gross amount of all sales of goods,
wares and merchandise sold at private sale, from
the first day of February, 1843, to the first day of
February, 1844, twelve and a half cents on every
hundred dollars.
Upon the gross amount of all commissions or
fees of every auctioneer, commission merchant,
factor or broker, the sum of one dollar and fifty
cents on every hundred dollars; and upon the
gross amount of profits of eveiy banking institu-
tion, branch or agency, insurance company, or
agency of such companies, from the first day of
February, 1843, to the first day of February, 1844,
the sum of one dollar and fifty cents on every
hundred dollars of such profits or premiums.
Upon the nett amount of profits arising from
the lease of all wharf property, the sum of one
dollar and fifty cents on each and every hundred
dollars of said profits.
Upon each and every lawyer, physician, sur-
geon-dentist, portrait or miniature painter, en-
gaged in the practice of his profession, fifteen
dollars.
Upon each and every white male inhabitant,
over the age of twenty-one years, who shall have
resided within the corporate limits of this city
for thirty days preceding the publication of this
ordinance, the sum of two dollars.
Upon each and every free person of color, the
sum of twenty-five dollars.
Upon each and every slave between the ages
of ten and sixty years, the sum of two dollars, to
be paid by the owner or person hiring such slave
or slaves, or having him or them in possession.
Upon each and every horse or mule (except
those used in licensed drays), the sum bf three
dollars.
Upon each and every four-wheel pleasure car-
riage drawn by two or more horses, the sum of
ten dollars; and upon each and every pleasure
carriage, chair or sulkey drawn by one horse, the
sum of five dollars.
Upon each and every dog, the sum of one
dollar."
SEc. 2. Be it further ordained, That every
slave brought !nti the city for sale or hire, shall
be subject to a tax of five dollars; and it shall be
the duty of the tax assessors to ascertain the
number of all such slaves, and to assess the said,
tax on the owners or persons in possession of such
slaves, and hand over such assessment to the tax
collector, who shall forthwith give notice to said
owners or the persons in possession, to make pay-
ment of the said tax; and on failure to do so, the
tax collector shall immediately proceed to col-
lect the same, as may be or is hereinafter provided
- rmW- -* ----- *-C^-;._V,..
SEc. 3. Be it further ordained, That every
horse or mule brought into the city for sale shall
be subject to a tax of three dollars, to be assessed
and collected as provided for in section 2d of this
ordinance.
SEC. 4. Be it further ordained, That all per-
sons residing beyond the boundaries of the city
of Apalachicola, who come into the city to carry
on their regular business, shall be liable to the
same tax as is imposed by this ordinance on the
business and property of persons residing therein.
SEc. 5. Be if further ordained, That it shall
be the duty of the city assessors to make diligent
inquiry as to all property liable to taxation, to
put the necessary questions and make the required
explanations, and take all proper measures for the
purpose of obtaining full and accurate returns,
and to make the assessment on a scale that will
bear equally on all, as near as may be.
SEc. 6. Be itfurther ordained, That the'as-
sessors shall, so soon as the returns are completed,
make out an alphabetical list of all the persons
making such returns, or liable to pay taxes in the
city, with the amount of their respective assess-
ments under the proper heads, and shall forth-
with report the same to Council, to be approved
or corrected, as the Council shall direct.
SEC. 7. Be itfurther ordained, That when the
said tax list shall have been approved by Council,
it shall be placed in the hands of the tax collect-
or, who shall proceed to collect the same under


the following provisions, viz:-The tax collector
shall attend at some convenient place in said
city, for the space of fifteen days, from 9 o'clock,
A. M. until 4 o'clock, P. M., each day, (having
previously given ten days' notice,) to receive pay-
ment of taxes; and if, at the expiration of said
fifteen days, any taxes shall remain unpaid, he
shall proceed to collect double the amount ori-
ginally assessed, from all delinquents, as herein-
after provided.
SEC. 8. Be it further ordained, That the tax
collector is hereby vested with the same power
and authority to make distress and sale of proper-
ty of delinquents who may not have paid the tax-
es due said city, as is now vested in collectors of
taxes for the territory by the 16th section of an
act of the Legislative Council of the territory of
Florida, entitled "an Act to raise a Revenue for
the Territory of Florida," approved the 22d No-
vember, 1828; and the owner of property which
may be sold agreeably to said act shall be entitled
to redeem the same in the same manner as is pro-
vided for in the provisions of said act ..
SEc. 9. Be it further ordained, That&tle tax
collector shall be held responsible for the full
amount of the tax list handed over to him for
collection, unless released by the Mayor and
Council upon showing that he used due diligence
to collect the same, and making a full and com-
plete return of all delinquents.
SEc. 10. Be it further ordained, That every
person residing within the city for three months
in the year shall be considered and deemed an
inhabitant thereof, and all such of his or her
personal property held, possessed, used or enjoy
ed, in the city, as may come under the descrip-
tion of taxable property as specified in this ordi-
nance, shall be liable to assessment, and be pro-
ceeded with agreeably to the foregoing provisions
of this ordinance, if brought into and used within
the city during such residence, although not
within the city on the first day of February pre-
ceding. t
SEC. 11. Be it further ordained, That all-


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

NOTICE--Six weeks after date I shall apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court for the County of Franklin, for
Letters of Administration on the estate of Amory
Rogers, deceased, late of Franklin County, Fla.
B. T. CARO.
Apalachicola, March 23, 1844.
N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
4 to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin county, for letters of administration
on the estate of JOHN LOCKE, deceased.
ASA D. GOVE.
Apalachicola, March 2, 1844. mr4 6w
NOTICE.-Six months after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from
the administration of the estate of John S. Ran-
dolph, late of said county, deceased.
FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor.
Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m


N OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall ap-
ply to the Honorable the Judge of the Court
for the county of Franklin, for letters of Dismis-
sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of
said county, deceased.
S. H. HARTSHORNE,


goods, wares and merchandise sold within the
limits of the city of Apalachicola, by any person
or persons whomsoever, since the first day of'
February last, and from and;after the passage of
this ordinance shall be liable to such tax as is on
may be imposed by ordinance of the city council.
SEC. 12. Be it further ordained, That when,
ever the tax collector shall find that the assessors
have omitted any persons or property liable to
taxation, it shall be his duty, and he is hereby
required, to report the same to the City Council,
and to.collect the regular tax on all such per-
sons or property.
SEC. 13. Be.it further ordained, That all tran-
sient or temporary merchants. and traders, who
have not rented a store or-place for :business for
the full business season, shall be required to make
monthly returns, under oath, of all sales and
commissions; and the tax collector shall call on
all such and collect from them a tax of twenty-
five cents on every hundred dollars of sales of
merchandise, and three dollars on every hundred
dollars of commissions, brokerage, &c.
SEC. 14. Be it further ordained, That all or-
dinances, or parts of ordinances, conflicting with
the provisions of this ordinance be, and thesame
are hereby, repealed.
Passed by Council, March 22d, 1844.
PDAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
SALE OF LOTS IN APALACHICOLA, AT
AUCTION, ON THE 8th DAY OF MAY
NEXT, IN FRONT OF THE APALACHII
COLA EXCHANGE.
WHEREAS, COSAM EMIR BARTLETT
became purchaser from the Apalachicola
Land Co. on the 7th day of March, 1837, of lots
No. 2 in block No. 26, at the price of ten hun-
dred and fifty dollars, and did pay $262 50 and ex-
ecuted his notes each for $262 50, payable on the
7th day of March, 1838, 1839 and 1840, whicbare
unpaid with the interest. Also, the same, at the
same time, became purchaser from the game of
lot No. 15, and fraction adjoining in block C,
second range, for twenty-five hundred dollars,
and did execute his notes each for $833 33, paya-
ble the 7th day of March, 1838, 1839 and 1840,
which aie unpaid with the interest.
-ELWOOD BURDSELL became purchaserfroll,
the Apalachicola Land Company on the 7th day of-t
March, 1837, of lot No. 3, block H, second range,
at the price of sixteen hundred and twenty-five
dollars, and did execute hisnotes each for $541 66,
payable on the 7th day of March, 1838, 1839 and
1840, which are unpaid with the interest.
JOSEPH C. BURDSELL became purchaser
from the Apalachicola Land Company on the 7th
day of March, 1837, of lot No. 4, blbck H, second
range, at the price of thirteen hundred and seven-
ty-five dollars, and did execute his notes each for
$458 33, payable on the 7th day of March, 1888,
1839 aud 1840, which are unpaid with the interest,
JOHN BISHOP & Co. became purchasers from
the Apalachicola LIand Company on the 22d'day
of March, 1838, of lot No. 9, in block 149, at the
price of two hundred and fifty dollars, and did pay
$83 33, and executed their notes each for $83!.3,
payable on the 22d day of March, 1839 and 1840,
one of which is unpaid with the interest.
CHARLES EDMONDSTON, of Chariestbn
became purchaser from the Apalachicola Land
Company on the 20th day of April, 1836, of Iwts
Nos. 1 and 9, in block D2, and lots 5 and 16, in
block HI, at the price of ten thousand, two hnm-
dred and fifty dollars, and did pay $2,562 50 and
executed his notes each for $2,562 50, payblie on
the 20th day of April, 1837, 1838 anrd 1839, one of
which is unpaid with the interest.
WILLIAM LOW became purchaseEfrom the
Apalachicola Land Company on the 16th day of
March, 1838, of lot No. 3, in block 17, at the price-
of seven hundred dollars, and did pay $176, and
executed his notes each for $175, payable on the
16th March, 1839, 1840 and 1841, twp of which are

unpaid with hei t. ..
CI-IALr.L LLgTiecame purchaser Trom
the Apalachicola Land Company on the 27th day
of February, 1839,; of lots Nos. '8. 9 and 10 in
block 45, at the price of fifteen hundred dollars
and did pay $375, and executed his notes eachlfor
$375, payable on 'the 27th February, 1840, 1841
and 1842, all of which are unpaid with the im-
terest.
AMBROSE SNOW became purchaser from the
Apalachicola Land Company on the 16th day of-
March, 1838, of lot No. 9, in block 11, at the prices
of one thousand dollars, and did pay $260 and ex.
ecuted his notes each for $250, payable the 16th
March, 1839, 1840 and 1841, all of which are un-
paid with the interest.
CHARLES McKINNEY, became purchaser
from the Apalachicola Land Comptny, on the 22d
of May, 1838, of lot No. 11, block B, second range,
for one thousand five hundred dollars, and did pay 0
$375, and executed his notes each for $375, pay-
able on the 22d day of May, 1839, 1840 and 1841,
which are unpaid with the interest. .
"' JOSEPH FOSTER became purchaser fromnthe
Apalachicola Land Company, on 1be 20th day of
April, 1836, of lorts No. 15 and 19, in block E, see
cond range, at the price of three thousand five
hundred dollars, and did pay eight hundred and
seventy-five dollars, and executed his .ntes each
for $875, payable on the 20th day of April, 1837,
1838 and 1839, two of which are unpaid with the
Interest.
H. R. TAY LOR and JOHN GORRIE became
purchaser? frl m the Apalachicola Land Company,
on the 20rtlh day of April, 1836, of lots 1 and
block[28, for one thousand eight hundred and fifty


dollars, 'and did pay $462 50 and executed their
notes, each for $462, payable on the 20th day of
April, W7, 1838 and 1839, two of which are un-
paid with-the interest.
tAND WHEREAS, by the agreement made
with said parties, it was fully understood that in
case of failure to pay said notes, the'said Com-
pany should be at liberty to sell. And it is fr-
ther understood that if the said (purchaser named)
shall fail to pay either of the said notes as they
respectively become due, the said Company shall
be at liberty, on giving thirty day's notice in a
public gazette. published in Apalachicola, to re-
sell said lots, at the risk of said (purchaser named)
for the benefit of said Company, and if any sur.-
plus remain, after paying of said notes-givetr for
said lots, and all costs and expense, the same Aliall
be paid to said (purchaser named) or his legal re-
presentatives."
And, whereas, said parties have failed to pay
paid notes as hereinbefore recited i Now, the said
Company, in pursuance of the provisions of said
agreement, will expose the lots aforesaid for sale
at auction, in front of the Apalachicola Exchange
in said city, on the 8th day of May next between-
the hours of ten o'clock. A. M, and three o'clock,
P. M. to pay up the notes due thereon. interest,
cost and charges. Terms to be made known at
the sale.
(Signed) C. H.'AUSTIN,
Agent Apalachicola Land Co. at Apal'a.
Apalachicola, March 308, 1844.
Shavers, Look Out!
TH E undersigned takes this method of caution
1 ing the people generally from trading for either
of two notes made payable to Jarmes B. Starr, and
signed by Wilson Carlile, one for two and the
other for three hundred dollars; the one for $200
will be due on the 1st of March, 1845, neither of~
which will he pay, until he obtains titles to.the
landsfor which said notes were given.
WILSON CARLILE.
Tallahassee, Feb. 1st, 1844. mar30 3t

OTATOES-Just received and now landing
from barque Tiberius, -200 bbls Northern Po-
tatoes, for Pale by S. DILL & Co.
mar23 29 Water st.


Territory of Florida.
JACKSON COUNTY.
In Richard Wilson, Esqr's Justice Court.
Horace Ely, ) Attachment for $38 06.
vs. Returnable to February term,
Henry Cooper. 1844.
T HE defendant and all others interested are
hereby notified of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, and required to appear and
plead to the same as the law directs.
HORACE ELY, Plaintiff.
Marianna, January 30th, 1844 Uoc am.
Franklin Superior Court.
William Lawrence, Compl't, Bill for Divorce.
vs. December Term,
Elizabeth Lawrence, Def't. ) 1843.
GAME the complainant by counsel, and it ap-
pearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant resides beyond the limits of the Terri-
tory of Florida. Therefore it is considered by the
Court that the defendant do appear here on or be-
fore the expiration of three calendar month from the
date hereof, and answer the complainant's ijl9f
complaint, or the same will he taieen pro 'cAY'?....
And it is further ordered that a copy of this order
be published in the Commercial Advertiser for
three months consecutively.
(Copy.) Teste, GEO. F. BALTZELL,
MOSES, Solicitor. Clerk.


U. S. MARSHAL'S SALES.


SB E Card.
A" MARBLE YARD AT APALACHICOLA.-
MiV The -subscrfaer having established him-
self in thiscity, resectfully informs the public
that he has on hand, and will at all times be
ready to furnish, at the shortest notice, Marble
work of every kind and (aality, including
Tombs, Tablets, Heat, & Foot Stones;
Mantle Pieces and facihgs ;
; Beaureau and Centre TaQe Tops;
SCounter Tops and Fountars, &c., &c.
In shbt, all articles usually found at an estab-
lishment Kbthe kind. The public are respect-
fully invited call and examine for themselves.
(6*- Orders t mail, will be punctually attend-
ed to, and shippWd to any of the landings on the
river, carefully packed in strong boxes.
SIDNEY R. FORD.
., J- The Marble Yard is on Commerce street,
-immediately in the rear'bf McKay& Hartshorne's4
store. feb20 tf

ADVANCES ON COTTON.-The subscriber
Swill make liberal advancements .on shipments
- oft Cotton, consigned to Messrs. Frederick Huth
4 Co., Liverpoor. DAVID G. RANEY,
Aebl9 43 Water street.


Sheriff's Sale.
1DV virtue of two writs of fi. fa., issued from
-0 the County Court of Franklin County, direct-
ed to the Sheriff of Franklin County, one in favor
of Zeba Endeman, Administratrix, and one in
favor of W, H. Tallman, survivors, vs. Latham
Babcock, I shall expose to sale on Monday the
6th day of May next, at 11 o'clock, a. m., in front
of the Court House in the City of Apalachicola,
all the right, title and interest of Latham Babcock
in and to fractional lot No. (2) two, in block (11)
eleven, with all and singular the appurtenances
thereunto belonging, to satisfyy said fi. fas.
C. J. SHEPARD, Sheriff,
Franklin County.
Apalachicola, March 30,1844. m30 tds
In Bankruptcy.
In the United States District Court :
For the Apalachicola District of Florida.
TOHN ROACH, of Jackson county, having
J filed a petition praying for his discharge and
certificate as a Barikrupt; it is ordered that cause
be shown before the Court against said petition,
at Marianna on the first Manday in May next.
(Test) B G ALDERMAN, Clerk.
YONGPE & TAYLOR, Atty's for Petioner.
Marianna, Jan. 25th, 1844. jan29 3m
PILOT AND NAVY BREAD.-50 bbls Pilot
50 do Navy, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


SALE OF LOTS IN APALACHICOLA AT
AUCTION, ON THE 10th DAY OF APRIL
NEXT, IN FRONT OF THE APALACHI-
SCOLA EXCHANGE.
W WHEREAS, WILLIAM MATTHEWS, be-
came purchaser from the Apalachicola
Land Company on the 18th day of April, 1836,
of lots No. 7 and 12, on block B., front range at
the price of fifteen hundred dollars payable one-
third cash due on the 15th day of September, 1835;
one-third on the 15th day of September, 1836 and
the remaining one-third on the 15th day of Sep-
tember, 1837, for which last payments two notes
were given each dated April 18th, 1836, with in-
terest from Sept. 15th, 1835, which notes remain
.unpaid with the interest accrued thereon.
GEORGE W. HARRISON and DAVID G.
RANEY, Merchantsrusing the name and style
of Harrison & Raney," became purchasers from
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 21st day
of April, 1836, of that part of Wharf, lot No. 22
being directly in front of lot No. 9, block E, first
range, at the price of three thousand dollars, pay-
able as follows; one-fourth cash, one-fourth one
year'after date, one-fourth two years after date,
and the remaining one-fourth three years after
date, for which three notes were by them executed
as above and dated June 1st, 1837, for the sum of
seven hundred and fifty dollars each with interest
from date, two of which now remain unpaid with
the interest accrued thereon.
NATHAN BAKER, became purchaser from
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 7th day
of March, 1837, of lot No. 3, in block No. 14, in
the city of Apalachicola, at the price of twelve
hundred dollars, payable as follows; one-fourth
cash, one-fourth on the 7th day March, 1838, one
fourth on the 7th'day of March, 1839 and the re-
maining one-fourth on the 7th day of March, 1840,
for which three last payments notes were duly
executed with interest from date, which last note
remains unpaid, with the interest accrued thereon.
WILLIAM H. WILDER, became purchaser
.from the Apalachicola Land Compafiy, on the 7th
day of March, 1837, of lot No. 4, block 14, at the
price of ten hundred and fifty dollars, payable as
follows; one-fourth cash, one-fourth payable on
the 7th day of March, 1838, one-fourth on the 7th
day of March, 1839, and the remaining one-fourth
on the 7th day of March, 1840, for which three
last payments notes were duly executed, with in-
terest from date, two of which notes now remain
unpaid with the interest accrued thereon.
ERASTUS CHITTENDEN, became purchaser
from the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 7th
day of March, 1837, of lots Nos. 1 and 2, in block
No. 14, in the city of Apalachicola, at the price
of twenty-six hundred dollars, payable as follows;
one-fourth cash, one-fourth on the 7th day of March
1838, one-fourth on the 7th day of March, 1839,
and the remaining one-fourth on the 7th day of
March, 1840, for which last three payments notes
were duly executed, with interest from date; one
;of which notes remains unpaid with the interest
-accrued thereon.
ROBERT J. FLOYD, became purchaser from
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 16th day
%of April, 1838, of lot No. 3, in block No. 16, in
the city of Apalachicola, at the price of eleven
liundred dollars, payable as follows; one-fourth
,cash, one-fourth on the 16th day of April, 1839,
-one-fourth on the '16th day of April, 1840, and
the remaining one-fourth on the 16th day ofApril,
1841, for which last three payments notes were
-duly executed with interest fromni date, one of
which notes remains unpaiBr'with the interest
accrued thereon.
JOHN R. CHAPMAN, became purchaser from
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 15th day
-of March, 1838, of lot No. 1, in block No. 188,
in-the city of Apalachicola, at the price of four
hundred and fifty dollars, payable as follows; one
.fourth cash, one-fourth on the 15th day of March
1839, one-fourth on the 15th day of March, 1840,
;.and the remaining one-fourth on the 15th day of
March, 1841, for which last three payments notes
,were duly executed, with interest from date, one
of which notes remains unpaid with the interest
;accrued thereon.
MARGCRET F. BOWER, Executrix of Ebe-
nezer J. Bower, deceased, became purchaser from
ithe Apalachicola Land Company, on thle 16th day
4of March, 1838, of lot No. 10, in block No. 52,
tincthe city of Apalachicola, at the price of five
hundred dollars, payable as follows; one-fourth
:one-fourth on the 16th day of March, 1840, and
thearemaining one-fourth on the 16th day of March
!841, for which last three payments notes were
duly executed with interest from date, one of
(which notes remains unpaid, with the interest
accrued thereon,
Jlnd whereas, by the agreement made with
said parties, it was fully understood, that in case
offaiture to pay said notes, the said Company
should be at liberty to sell. "And it is further
understood, that if the said (purchaser named)
shall fail to pay either of the said notes, as they
respectively become due, the said Company shall
be at liberty, on giving thirty days notice, in a
public gazette, published in Apalachicola, to re-
ell said lots, at th risk of said (purchaser named)
for the benefit of sa~d Company, and if any sur-
plus remain, after paying of said notes, given for
said lots, and afl costs und expenses, the same
shall be paid to said (purcaser named) or his or


her legal representatives." djnd whereas, said
parties have failed to pay saia notes herein be-
fore cited; Now said Company, ,n pursuance of
said agreement, will expose the 1 c(s aforesaid at
auction, in front of the Apalachico Exchange
in said city on the 10th day of Aprilnext, be-
tween thk hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., aid 3, P.
M. for cash, to pay the notes due thereon, imerest,
cost and changes.
Lewis Curttv and George Griswold, trustees qf
the ApalachicotLand Company, for the use ot
J.ohd Macpherson.Berrien, for the use of David
Selden B-y their Agqnt, B. G. ROPES.
Apalachicola, March 4th, 1844. m4 1m


Apalachicola District Of Florida.
In Superior Court-Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
vs.
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
T appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the
said David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
out of the Territory of Florida, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in some newspaper published in the city of
Apalachicola, once a week for four months, re-
quiring him to appear and answer the said bill of
complaint on or before the expiration of that
time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed
against him, and such further order given in the
premises as to the Court may seem justice.
(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL,
J. & L. BRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4m


NOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Judge of the County Court for Frank-
lin county, for letters of dismission from the ad-
ministration of the estate of Martin Snyder, late
of said county deceased.
Dec 25, 1843. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r.


Franklin Superior Court.
Henry D. Darden, ) Attachment for $12,000.
vs. Damages $25,000.
Daniel McDougald,
T HE defendant and all others interested are
I hereby notified of the.:institution of the above
suit, and are required to plead according to law.
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Atty's for PP'ff
Apalachicola, Nov. 22d, 1843. febl9 -3m


Franklin Superior Court.
to Spring Term, 1844.
RaphaelJv. Moses, ATTACHMENT $302 20.

William Tilley. Damages $500.
THE defendant and all others interested, will
please take notice of the institution of this
suit by attachment, and appear and plead to the
same according to law. R. J. MOSES,
Apalachicola, Jan. 30th, 1844. feb5 3m


Nov. 30, 1843.


45 Administrator.


NOTICE.-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Judge of the County Court for Frank-
lin county, for letters of Dismission from the
administration of the estate of Robert Robinson,
late of said county, deceased.
H. B. STONE, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. 6m


Territory of Florida.
JACKSON COUNTY.
In Richard W/ilson, Esqr.'s Justice's Court.
M. L. Cavert, ATTACHMENT for $31 26
vs. Returnable to March Term,
Henry B. Cooper. 1844.
THE defendant and all others interested are
hereby notified of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, and required to appear and
plead to the same as the law directs.
M. L. CAVERT, Plaintiff.
Marianna, Feb. 20, 1844. m230


OTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from
the estate of Willis Yon, deceased.
A. G. SMITH, Administrator.
Apalachicola, Nov 11, 1843. nll 6m


N OTICE-All persons indebted to the estate
of GABRIEL J. FLOYD, deceased, are re-
quested to make immediate payment to the un-
dersigned, or her agent D. G. Raney, Esq., and
all persons having claims or demands against
said estate, will present them duly authenticated
within the time prescribed by law or this notice
will be plead in bar.
SARAH M. FLOYD, Executrix. *
Apalachicola, March 11th, 1844. mll 2m


N OTICE-All persons indebted to the'estate
of Isaac L. Battle, late of Jackson county,
deceased, are hereby requested to make imme-
diate payment to the subscriber ; all those having
demands against said estate must present the same
within the time prescribed by law, or this notice
will be plead in bar of their recovery.
D. Doer DArO ATTL, Aadmrr.
Jackson Co., Feb. 19, 1844. feb19-2m
N OTICE.-All persons having claims against
Thomas Williams, late of Jackson county,
deceased, are required to present the same duly
authenticated within the time prescribed by law
or this notice will be plead in bar of their re-
covery. All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate settlement.
THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator.
Marianna, Jan. 19th, 1844. jan2 6m


W M. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large
and well selected stock of DRY GOODS,
consisting of:-
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys;
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
Foi eign and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings;
I" Shirtings ;
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other article in their line adapted
to the country trade. dec4 y


t


IT. S. I1]Marshal Sale.
BY virtue of a mortgage fi. fa., issued from the
Superior Court of Franklin county to me di-
rected in favor of the Bank of Pensacola against
E Chittenden, et al., I have levied on the follow-
ing property, being in the City of Apalachicola,
and known and designated on a plan of said city
as lots Nos. (1) one and (2) two, in block (14)
fourteen, together with all the buildings, improve-
ments and appurtenances thereon, and thereto
belonging, and shall expose the same for sale at
public outcry before the Court House door in said
city, at 11 o'clock, a. m., on the first day of the
next term of the Superior Court for Franklin
county, to the highest bidder for cash. Said pro-
perty to be sold subject to a claim held by Lewis
Curtis and George Griswold, or their assignees of
six hundred and fifty dollars with interest thereon
from the seventh day of March, 1837, till paid.
ROBERT MYERS, U. S. Marshal.
Apalachicola, Jan. 17th, 1844. jan22 1m

U. S. Marshal's Sale.
BY virtue of a decree from the Hon. Superior
Court, for Franklin county, sitting as a Court
of Admiralty, to me directed, against the schr.
William R. Daffin, in favor of Samuel Alsardi, I
shall expose to sale at public auction, at the
wharf in front of the Apalachicola Exchange, at
11 o'clock on Wednesday the third day of April
next, to the highest bidder for cash, the said
schr. William R. Daffin, her tackle, furniture and
apparel, to satisfy said Alsardi, libellant.
ROBERT MYERS, Marshal.
Apalachicola, March 23, 1844.


O N CONSIGNMENT:--4 hhds CROCKERY
Ware, assorted, for country trade;
Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left-
wich, Va., some superior cross brand;
Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery;
Hollow and Tin Ware ;
Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c.
ALSO,
Sugar, Coffee, and Canal Flour;
Old Sherry Wine, in cases ;
All of which will be sold very low for cash.
DAVID G. RANEY,
jan29 43 Water street.


DIISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The co-partnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of "SHERMAN & FORD,"
was this day dissolved by mutual consent.
L. SHERMAN,
S. R. FORD,
Apalachicola, Feb. 24, 1844.


THE undersigned makes known to his friends
and the pubfc that he has purchased the entire
interest of his late partner, and will continue the
business under his own name at the old stand.
feb26 I S. R. FORD.


tl .


SADDLERY--Received by late arrivals from
New York, another assortment of Saddlery,
consisting of
Ladies' and Gentlemens' Saddles,
Coach Harnesses,
Buggy
Jersey "
Double Wagon Harnesses,
Collars and Hanes,
Bridles and Bridle Bitts,
Martingales, Circingles and Girts,
Stirrups and Stirrup Leathers,
Carpet Bags of various kinds.
Also, a few Calf Skins and white and red Lin-
ing Skins, all of which will be sold low for Cash,
by h PETER HOBART.
march


On Consignment.
M cKAY & HARTSHORNE have received by
late arrivals several packages Glass and
Earthenware, which they offer for sale at very
low prices.
White Granite Dinner Setts, complete, 149 pieces.
Fine Gilt and Painted China Tea Setts.
Fine Blue printed Coffees and Teas.
Common ",
White Granite and blue edged Plates and Dishes.
Common ,
ALSO,
Flint Ground Bottom Tumblers.
Do rough "
Do pressed half-pint "
Britannia capt Lamps, Preserve Dishes, &c. &c.
march23


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APALACHICOLA
SATURDAY _
APRIL 1844.
6.
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IJIERCIL ill K'j118Elt' New Arraiigem -- L.4.1 V .J..L.LIXJ\" .Ltfl.

THE substantial CARDS.
fast-running U CARDS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY & S. Mail Boat SIREN I THE DYING DRUNKARD.
B1' Master Sharpless, His wife and two little helpless infants were
will hereafter ,
R. A. DO IINGE & J. WYMAN.. lacbicola every Tuesday leave and Apa-Saturday : ii w &wIIL mrnm H. B., Wood, ful standing by his bedside-she gazing with tear

night, at 10 o'clock,for Brown's J\"o. 136 'U'ater 8f SO Pine street. AUCTIONEER, her eyes on his pale emaciated countenance,while :

Office third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of will leave Brown's Ferry every Sunday Ferry, and and NEW YORK, No. 31: Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla. bread.little Alas ones clung round her knees crying for f

Commerce & Chestnut streets, Wednesday evening, Chattahoochee PHILANDER KIMBALL, Pro.>rietor. to what an awful standing bad he r
day and Thursday, at 1 o'clock every Mon- Michael : A. Myers, brought himself and family! He was once hap- !
The P. M. Andrew S. Cooke AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT py and held a reputation unsullied and
SIREN is but
THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM pure 1
neatly <
AT arranged, and for the he became lover
COMMISSION MERCHANT No. 28 Water a of his
PAYABLE ADVANCE.. convenience and accommodation of street, glass, gradually got acquainted J 1
unsurpassed passengers is No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st. Sale Days-WEDNESSAYS and SATURDAYS. with loose and dissipated and
Advertisements of ten lines or less (twenty linesor VAN by any boat on the river. New Orleans, La. from thence steered directly for destruction company, and t

more in proportion,) conspicuously insertedat VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS SEWARD DILL. ruin.-His ,
Apalachicola Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, A. F. P AL.'IER. neat little cottage soon lost the mark
the following rates: March 16, 1844. Contractors. jan15 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla. Seward Dill & Co. of respectability which it cherished-his wife :

One year... ....$lO 001 II] One month $2 50 Steamer Augusta. AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, soon learned now to weep with a broken heart- :t
Six months,.7 00 i 1 1 wee6.2 00 THE fine fast Greenwood & Ellis, No. 29 Water street. his children soon began to feel the of .
Three months,.5 00 j jj I Two weeks,.1 50 Steamer running first class AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION {ocr Liberal advances njade on all consignments, and know the want of warm pangs hunger,
clothing
and
AUGUSTA him
TVo months.4 00 |j;; One insertion,.1 00 & Jas. B. Hall, l\IERCHANTSt and business entrusted to them will be self-he soon what? No matter ;
master will look
run at him ,
When advertisements are sent without any spe- the regularly during Columbus, Georgia. promptly attended to now! And thus it is with thousands.
season between $3* Liberal advances made Men who
cial directions as to the number of insertions and Columbus, when the river Apalachicola upon Goods consigned Refers to-LANE &. RiND, Boston. would be our most useful members of
will
to society-
admit us.
required, it will be understood that they are to ing at all the intermediate touch janS 5t CARY COOK, Portland, Me.S. men who would be ornaments to the

be published UNTIL FORBID; they will there- at EUFAULA on her downward landing. She will be U7m. G. Porter &: ('0. C. WprrriTR, Hallowell. which gave them birth, perish through the country bane

fore be continued at our discretion,and charged and will take freight or passengers"on trip, every Wednesday the- DEALERS IX GOODS AND COMMISSION Apalachicola, Aug. 2S. ly ful and accursed influence of intn-riratitv- drinr_

according to the foregoing rates. most reasonable terms, and insurance t :MERCHANTS.: P. Hobart J I But look; see, he opened his hollow sunken t7 -----, 0"
can be obI I eyes :.
Legal Advertisements of which the term of pub- tained on her as low as on other beat. No- 41 Water Street, MANUFACTURER wrapt in haze, and gazed wistfully round the
any AND
lication is fixed by law, will only be excepted The Augusta's accommodations for nov25 ly .IpalarMcola, Fla. 1 DEALER IN room. *

from the above rule. are not excelled, her Cabin being all passengers in State McKay & Ilartsjionic, Up CABINET Stairs, No. 42 FURNITURE, Water Street:, Margaret," he cried in a tremulous voice, .t: ..
To "
those who ,
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advertise by the year a liberal discount rooms, and every exertion will be made to retain COMMISSION MERCHANTS, dec14 ly Apalachicola.S. where are you? It is growing dark and dismal,
will be made; but all advertisements not the well known so that I cannot see hush did
reputation she has sustained for No. 40 Water street, you ; any one call
strictly_pertaining, to.their own business! as I safety, comfort! and despatch. novl Apalachicola.. Florida,. B. Hamilton, me?"

weu us
will be charged at the usual rates. STOW & STARR, : W. A.
All announcements of candidates for office, will THOS. A. TERRY COMMISSION MERCHANT, decl ly Apalachicola, Fla. you do, tell me, and "

be charged FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass, No. 52 \Vater street, Stop, then, and I'll tell you, interrupted he A
Agents Eufaula.
,
N. Miller
in all & Co. and
payable in he '
advance.
cases Apalachicola. as spoke he made
B. convulsive
ELLISON a effort
All Communications, (when admissible,) of a marl Agents, Apalachicola.& CO., Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to DEALERS CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, raise himself up in the bed. Where yonr hand to, t I 1

personal or individual nature, or puffs of new Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also in HATS, &c. Margaret? Say, do you remember when I used ".

inventions, goods, &c., will be charged for as Steamer Charleston. store.: :_ novl lyJEREMIAH Corner Water and Chesnut streets, to press it-how I used to breathe my tows of "'/

advertisements, at our discretion. THE; new, splendid and fast Apalachicola. novI ly I eternal constancy and love to you? when the

'" running steamer CHARLESTON, : DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. Jas. L. Francis : nights bounded swiftly from r
-- S. J. away us as we sat I
INSURANCE AGENCIES.THE Freeman, Master, will, in connec- COMMISSION: Day &: Co., MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER locked in each other's arms, leaving us in astonishment .. ,

nection with the LOWELL, make S No. 52 Water MERCHANTS, ,:... ",,/'O. n, ___ D;":_ /""' ,..' how they vanished so quickly,eh f* I
street, He had
regular semi-weekly trips between Eutaula and touched a chord
tender
NEW YORK JanS ly a one, which
CONTRIBUTION Apalachicola Fla.
FIRE ,
had
INSURANCE Apalachicola, and all intermediate landings, and not been awoke for years. "Samuel
,
Office, J57 Wall COMPANY, when the condition of the river will warrant will Harper &; Holmes, own Samuel," answered she, in checked accent my
Street, _V. Y.: ,
run to Columbus. COMMISSION as she
Insure MERCHANT, i imprinted on his wan but
Dvvelling-hoiAes, \ once manly ,,
and :
Build- The Charleston is neatly arranged for the No. 51 Water street countenance a kiss, "for !
ings in general, Merchandise, Household com my sake lie down, and :1
Furniture i fort and convenience of passengers, and withal, jan29 Apalachicola, Fla. compose yourself, and all will be well." ;
Ships f
and their building, Ships in Port I is a large, well built craft, capable of carrying as ,! :. "Ah no, Margaret, that can never be," ..
Cargoes, and evary description much David G. ed he, answer.
freight, with Rancy would
of perfect safety, as any boat on II < I had the opportunity, I would
personal Property, the COMMISSION te .. well
Chattahoochee, and can aflbrd to do it as FOR\VARDIXGMERCHA TT profit bI it ; hut-" as he spoke his
AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE. cheaply. For freight or passage, apply to either AND DEALER IN GOODS.. ; f alter U a few moment :!__- 't __:11 1._ __voice__
J. SMYTH ROGERS, President. No. 43 Water street.jan29 [ -'
JOHN M. :MOORE ;
Brin s"tiiem
R. W. MARTIN, tIn thaamTSbrSc"6011" to"me.
Secretary. WM. A. SCANDRETT & Co. Apalachicola, Fla. ( ,,: whom I starved
DIRECTORS. Agents Eufaula.] D. B. Wood & Co., t :an ia robbed of their rights.
J. SMYTH .
ROGERS, ROB'T t -j 3: They
McCOSKRY. : '
MOORE were
& McKENZIE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.Tn. accordingly
JAMES BRYAR, HEXRY brought to him and,
_
PARISH, McKAY \ 2*} after; pressing to his
JAMES McBRIDE REUBEN & HARTSHORNE. Water sfrp-t .. bosom and kis ing them
one
,
WITHERS jam Apalachicola Fla. ""'
feb9 oy one, he
Agents Apalachicola. ,
JOHN ADAMS requested of his wife
WILLIAM:: SCOTT, 1 to assist him in
.
JOHN HAGGERTY, F. SUYDAM. Warehouse Charges adopted by B. Ellison & Co., "" : ;" n"np ess"d.mvn. This done,a calm and tranquil still.

G. C. VERPLANCK, PETER I. XEVIUS, the Cotton Presses. DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, ed only :!throughout the apartment,interrupt-
JOHN JOHNSTON, RICHARD AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS the stifled
IRVIN sob of
: the
JOS. KERXOCHAX for storage will be received at the and the low n unhappy wife,
C. V. S. ROOSEVELT COTTON No. 33 Water street, ,
of*
cbildren.
h "s Death
7Wmg
JOHN if hoverin" was .
I. PALMER, E. D. HURLBUT, compressed within one monthno decl ly Apalachicola near c
P. LORILLARD, GEO. P. POLLEN, charge will be made for storage, but 4 cents socket,and w 1rinba.d burned down to its
E. R.
JAMES .McCALLV1.: bale will be FLEWELLE.V. M. M. BUTT.Flcwellcii I were his last wonls smJferC"T heaven I
COLGATE, per charged for labor, tiering &c. If fc: Butt :> A !
LOWELL HOLBROOK.The not compressed within one month, 50 cents pe$ f. ,- >'' i.i tures-tbe spirit of life flew-t& 'ed, upon big
*
undersigned have been appointed agentsof bale will be charged for storage, and 5 cents pet FACTORS & COMMISSION: -'"-' : !I widow, and her childen were orphans t?fe stood a

the above Company, and are empowered to issue week thereafter. Time computed from date of MERCHANTS.No. .

policies of insurance against losa or damage recaint uut.il.d.J.i\Uor/d lightPF or vessel. Cot- 2 Columbus Block Dainty Pare'-Tbe late Dr. Post of N. Yotk.- ,I
by fire, on as favorable terms other offices. ton changing hands will in all cases -name to Liberal advances- -A rv Jo as good pe &:?- made t1sfpped It'-- I --iL ,_ _i harefurpjgfaa] the rake
NOURSE &, STONE, new storage from date of order inclusive. Turn to >ievv York, Liverpool or Havre. d256m --""' -- .......-....--,.' r recipe fOr maKinpv following1 b ctrinsrin? the 7

Apalachicola,March 23,IS U. 46 Water st. ing out for sampling or weighing and restoringsame I, ; two starved p O'p.fns' so'that hang the them y a will cast theshadow11
S cents per bale. Wantages to be assessed Kimbrough &: Itidgway, .1 kite hen wi ci'? sun
subscriber, for the xEtna Insurance t e pigeons into an iron pot already on
THE agent by the press when the cotton comes in and the COMMISSION AND FORWARDING ,, ':
ny, of Hartford, Conn., prepared to amount assessed endorsed on the face of the re- MERCHANTS. 1 the tire, and which will hold ten gallons of water;
issue policies of Insurance against Fire and lossor ceipt. 1 boil the shadow over a slow fire for ten hours,

damage on rivers, on favorable terms. The All cottons are required to have six good and WM. H. KIMBROUGH.Apalachicola) Florida. and, then give the patient one drop in a glass of

capital of the above company is large and invested sufficient ropes. Grass,tow, bark or cotton ropes JOHN I. RIDGWAY. 3 ,water every ten days." '

ia the safest possible manner, and its settlement: will be considered unmerchantable and deficient.All -

losses has always been prompt and liberal. deficient! ropes will be charged at the rate of Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to Lord Bolingbroke, observing the incapacityand ;. *

Dec 23> DAN'L J. DAY, Agent. 12. cents per rope, and all bagging at the rate of our Havre.friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool decl or ignorance of most of the leading men in his I '

2,"> cents yard ly
subscriber, duly appointed agent for the -per time, says on the subject:
THE A. DO'
Insurance Company, of Hartford, aERlgmt the Screw T. II. & C. II. Austin, When young, I at first considered those wbo .
for
Conn., with full power to receive proposals and C. WILSON Press.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, governed the nation as endowed with superior

to issue policies on as favorable terms as other G. GUYON, Hydraulic Press.II. No. 50' Water street, intelligence; but experience soon undeceived me.
offices is insure loss .. -- I examined those who at the helm of affairs
rood prepared to against or Florida Apalachicola. : :; '- V*. were ,
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and Inland Lever Press. Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to WOODSON LTIGON; and !soon found that the great were like those
Apalachicola, Dec. 1st 1S43. d7 tf
,
risks. The reputation of this company for New York. novl ly Abbeville, Henry co., Ala. gods of Phoenicia, on whose shoulders were fixed

settling losses with promptitude and liberality iswell i Ready :Made Clothing HASTINGS E. OWENS, the head of a bull, as a mark of supreme power;

known. DAN'L J. DAY, B. HAMILTON, No. 47 Water street, is Thos. L. Mitcliel, Troy, Pike co., Ala. and that, In general, men were governed by the

dec25 52 Water st. S. constantly receiving an addition to his stockof COMMISSION] & FORWARDING Refers to- greatest blockheads among them."
=, MERCHANT.No. Col. A McAllister
CLOTHING, \\JM
MANSIONHOUSE. insisting of Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing 33 Water st. Apalachicola. Gen. A J McAllister, 5 Henry co,Ala.Maj. The Twin Bankers.-The Nashville Whig

Over Coats dec7 ly Jefferson Buford, Eufaula, Ala. says, that there is in a certain bank in Nashville

THIS establishmpnt is still kept up in the best Gent's Cloth, Beaver; Pilot and Flushing Frock Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala. a President and Cashier who were born on the

neatest style. No pains nor expense is Coats Dodge te Gardner, Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga. same day and in the same year'-both were 44

spared by the proprietor to render all comfort- Gent's Cloth; Beaver Pilot and GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Messrs. Chester & McGrifF Apal'a. Fa. years of age on the 12th inst.-both are married
I Flushing Office
able who favor him with a call. The table is Coats. declS No. 40 Water street, January 25th> 15 W. jan20 tf -both have eight children,namely, four sons and
spread with the best the market affords and : Apalachicola, Fla. four
very I ----- --- -- daughters-both are Whigs-both were elected '
and invisible '
Blue black, Frock -----
the services of the most attentive servants are se- green green, -10 bxs No. 1 Boston yellow bar Soap. i' to their present offices on the same day and
and Dress Coats. SOAP
:cured. Feeling grateful for former liberal patronage and Dress Samuel duffer. N York" both receive a salary of$2000 per annum-a very
Jeans Frock Coats. WHOLESALE
the subscriber hopes to merit its continuance. Kentucky & RETAIL GROCER, 5 Winchester's family. pretty sum these hard times.
PANTALOONS.Blue No. \Vater
street.
ENJ'1HURD.. I 10 Kimball's and Toilet -
and colored Cloth janl Apalachicola, Fla. superior Shaving
black fancy and Cass.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1S44. feb5 tfLEVIS' Soap. Another Steamboat Collision, Loss of Life.--
Pan ts.Diagonal
and fig'd French Cassimere. 'v. A. Wood, 20 bbls Soap, the best and cheapest for washing With regret we are compelled to record still another

EXCHANGE. VESTS: COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT, and stowing cotton. steamboat disaster upon our river, accompanied 4 .
HE subscriber has leased the establishment AND SHIP CHANDLER, Just received and for sale low by with loss of life. Yesterday morning,between
T Cloth Cassimere and Cashmere Vests
formerly known as the MECHANICS &, Silk and, Woolen Velvet do. ; No. 23 Water street, I S. DILL & CO. 3 and 4 o'clock, while the American Eagle

MERCHANTS EXCHANGE," for the present SHIRTS: Apalachicola. novl ly marll 29 Water st. was ascending the Mississippi, she came in con-

year, and will use his utmost exertions to please tact with the Rainbow at Roman's Point, some
and I White Muslin and Linen Shirts; Moore & McKenzie, Spring and Summer Goods! 50 miles f .
render his patrons comfortable. above the city, carrying away the boilers
Colored do. do. subscriber received
The OYSTER ROOMS is well fited up, and a do. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, THE has just per ship and chimneys, and otherwise damaging her. So
party of gentlemen can always be accommodatedwith Ipswich, Lamb's Wool and Merino Shirts; No. 32 Water street, Washington, and other late arrivals forcible was the collision,that the steam connect-
do. do. do. do. Drawers and extensive assortment of Goods suitable
large
; a '
oysters and other refreshments, without Apalachicola.JOHN ing pipes of the Rainbow were broken, causing
Woolen and Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers ; M. MOORE. ) for the present and coming season, consisting; the
bting disturbed.The instant death of one white man by scalding,
Stocks, Scarfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, and WM. A. MCKENZIE novl in part of the following articles, viz:-
BILLIARD TABLES attached to the establishment 5 ly while two others were severely injured from the

are in good prder, and the prices of Hosiery;DRESSING GOIThS.Dressing 200 100 pair" Cottonade Pants" same cause.-Three negro firemen were also bad.

billiards reduced to twenty-five cents per game. Farrior &: Co. Tuckapaw ly scalded. The Rainbow was descending at the
Gowns. 50 Grass Linen Pants
((0The subscriber will remain and keep the or Morning COMMISSION AND FORWARDING time of the accident. She was yesterday towed to
CAPS.A "
HATS AND 35 Brown
House and his MERCHANTS, I the the Ambassador.-Pic. March IS.
open during the Summer season, city by ,
only desire is to please and men t a liberal patronage: great variety of Gentlemens and Boys Hats and T No. Water-street, 75 assorted" -- .

SETH P. LEWIS. Caps. nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla. 25 Gents fine black Merino Pants, Extravagance in Old Times.-In a commercial i

Apalachicola, Feb. let 1544feb5 tf (X>- The above goods will be sold very low for 50 summer Dress and Frock Coats, various paper published in Philadelphia in 1720

cash. dec7 I B. S. Hawley, patterns. Bohea Tea is quoted atfifty shillings-6 J dollarsa

APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE. WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRUGS, PAINTS, 50 Cottonade and Grass Linen Jackets, pound, and Wlieat at only three shillings a

PUBLIC are respectfully informed that t Roberts, AlIen & Co., OILS, GLASS, &c. &c., &c. 25 doz. linen bosom Shirts,difl rent qualities, bushel; consequently it would have required four

THE above Establishment has been entirely refitted HAVE on hand and for sale: No. 27 Water street, 25 col'd cotton fast colors. barrels of flour to purchase one pound of tea! '

and is now open for the reception of and bar Iron; Blacksmith's Tools; Apalachicola. novl ly 150 pairs Gents Prunella, Buckskin and'Goat- Yet our great-grandmothers wont to indulge .
per- German, English Blister and Cast steel; skin Gaiter Boots
.manent and trancient in the expensive luxury of tea-drinking.
boardersand the subscriber
Cauldron Kettles 120 galls J. W. Woodland & Co.
from 20
hopes to ; 200 pairs Men's Morocco Slippers, V
by strict attention to the business of his Hollow V
house to be second to Ware, wholesale and retail; COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 10 cases Gents calf sewed and pegged Boots, Od It is too common to disbelieve newspaper- .
comfortable. none in rendering his guests i Crass Wrought Andirons and Cut Spikes; Nails; No. IS Commerce street, 100 pairs Men's calf high and low quarter Shoes statements of facts, which are perfectly reasona- 0

Oysters, Game, &.C. served at all hours, and I Platform Scales; Beams Fire Irons and Ballanw!; _ New Orleans--, La.' nov! ly 50 pcs Mosquitoe Netting, ble and natural. We have known cases where

In the best style. The Bar attached up to the house, Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesale & retail. Thomas Bertram 3 cases Gents fine Moleskin and Fur NutriaHats verbal statements were received as true,when the

*s usual,is stocked with the Also, a general assortment ()f Hardware. relators, themselves, derived ,their informationfrom
Li-
uors. Grateful for the liberal best Wines and They are also prepared to attend to -i-iv orders I CO 1\1 I r rssiriN\ MERCHANT, 100 doz Palmleaf Hats, of different qualities, newspaper statements which were rejected .

fore received he that patronage hereto for Iron or Brass Castings, Blacksmithinf! ). Tn, No. 54 Common street. 3 Gents fine Leghorn and Sea Grass Hats as false. This unhappy habit obtains, for 'the
hopes
his friends and the Copper or Sheet Iron work or Tin and U I'L'r I iwoiLEA2S. novl lyWhitmarsh wide
public will continue to sustain and narrow brims.A most part, among Ignorant people. A person of V V
him. Roofing: on reasonable terms. Jim. 1 ly_ good assortment of Indies' fine and fancy tolerable judgment finds but little difficulty ia V '

Apalachieola, Dec 16th HEZ SMITH. OF LUMBER.-Having received I ;;, & Rifehartison, colored and black Gaiter Boots. t detecting a falsehood in the papers. V
1843. INSPECTOR in
tf i
declS
of Inspector of Lumber, I I !I!I Dealers I ALSO-Ladies' fine black kid Slippers, and a

CIGARS & CHEWING TOBACCO.-Some will attend at any time to the duties of the ..pj j I I A general GROCERIES aEsortment, CONECTIONARY of Fruit, Vegetables, AND, xc., variety of other articles which are offered and The poets feigned that Daphne was changed .
) brands received "* I sold cash byFRANCIS into laurel when flying from Apollo-to ;snow
just from N Orleans, pointment No. 33 Water street will be very low for
ad for gale |I KOPMAN. that those girls who avoid :their loves mat be .
by B. ELLIS (O- Office 42 Water street-up stair I{I Apalachicola, Fla. V

EDul1 28 Water st. feb25 PETER BanDIT- QO(: Goods sold on Commisnon. nl ly Apalachicola, March: 11, 1S44. mU 5t green :.
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d -. _' .. -_- _:::-- CONGRESSIONAL.- [Written for the Comm'l.Advertiser.] well as general prosperity. This Is true. Indeed r From the N. Y. Courier and Enquirer. .:::::=

ON THE PREVENTION OF MALARIAL the former, if not the latter, also* Was their TWENTY-TWO DAYS LATER FROM EU
of Texas,
CO IERCIL !DVERTI8ERiI. Resolutions desiring the annexation DISEASES. condition until so comparatively recent a period ROPE. '

= presented in the Senate by Mr. Walker, of Mississippi as the termination of the last war. During this The Caledonia, Mail Steamer, Capt.. LOTT .

I. 2- SATURDAY APRIL 6, 1"ccVE'IlITE '- i, which passed the Legislature of that State, INTRODUCTION* I. proud period of their history, the trading interestsof riVed at Boston on Friday morning in e7ente8 M

;. i APAULCH100LA, = were referred to the Committee on Federal Relations The various regions of the earth derive their the country were then, as now, in the hands days from Liverpool, by which we have rrceiveA

it( PUR" and ordered to be printed.A distinguishipg characteristics from peculiaritiesof of persons, strangers by birth to the soil on which bur regular files of London papers to the 4th ioit

j .. SANS bill has been reported by the Committee on climate ,and geological structure of soil. The they derived their subsistence. We must there Loyd's Lists to the latest! dates_and Liverpool pa,.
assistant postmasters circumstances these fore look to other causes, co-existing with or succeeding to the day sailing. The is .
have been Post Offices and Roads, to have all physical engendered by pe- pers news interesting
..1 : THE MAILS, during the past week consent and advice of cul.arities impart durable impressions to the inhabitants these, which have prevented the equal In many respects, but notofstartling: imporf
remiss, occasioned, we presume by the late appointed with the of the political divisions, into which march of the southern states in that career: of ance. The State Trials in Ireland had closed bV

r : very overflow of the streams through the low the Senate. banks the earth is divided, giving to them exclusive prosperity, which, in every other portion of the a verdict against O'Connell and the rest of the-
:). I 1. rains and On Tuesday we The bill to incorporate the District was habits, and forming the basis of national character. country, forms so just a ground of national pride. Traversers, but the judgment of the Court would
country of Georgia and Florida. made the special order of the day for Wednesday This is in an especial manner the case with These causes are to be found in the circumstance, not be be rendered till the next term, which

received BO mail at all, and that of yesterday March 27. those vast portions comprised under the terms that they, and particularly the southern cities,are would commence on the 15th of April ; in the

brought us nothing but Tuesday's papers. The Fortification bill has passed after consider- Tropic and Tropicoid. Physically considered, not now the seats of the permanent residence of meantime Mr. O'Connell left for London, and had

1 The winter, we presume, is over, at the north, able discussion ; an amendment was offered by they differ in many important particulars from their merchants. In the earlier history of the actually taken his seat in Parliament. The verdict .
henceforth will be mild. The of Georgia to provide for fortifyingthe the temperate and other zones of the earth. Their country, this portion of the population consisted, of the Jury does not appear to have created
and the weather Mr. Harolson, advocated by Mr. most striking source of distinction is their almost in great part, of emigrants from Europe, who, much sensation in any quarter, and no teriou*
1 of the 22d ult. says. Spring has Dry Tortugas, which was from the distance of their respective countries Dublin
I N. Y. Express uniform division into two distinctly marked re- disturbances had occurred in or any part
come upon us suddenly. The North river, as I Holmes, but finally ruled out of order, March 21. gions-the one of exuberant fertility, the otherof and the comparatively slow means of travellingthen of Ireland, after the decision became known.It .

( well as others in this vicinity, has broken up, and L The message from the President, in reply to a desolate barrenness. Vegetation, in general, employed, were unable to return to them on seems that several attempts to tamper with
f in diiection. Ourlist call for the correspondence between Great Britain spreads only along the banks of rivers and streams, every approach of summer, and therefore, of necessity the Jury had been made before the rendition 0(
:: the steamers are running every and the United States, in relation to the interpre or as irrigation can be obtained ; but, in these ,became permanent inhabitants. In recent the verdict, and in some instances intimidationhad

of arrivals show a great increase-the hotels tation of the 10th article of the Treaty of Washington situations, the whole soil is clothed in perpetual I times, these emigrants, as a class, have been su- been resorted to, but they were singularly in

.' are filled a month earlier than common-our mer received and ordered to be printed. verdure; animal life abounds, while even the air perceded by the superior intelligence, enterpriseand effectual.A .
was is filled with the and the of industry of the natives of the northern states Irish affairs
chants are actively engaged-the supply of goods communication from the War Department hum of insects song ; long debate on pretty puagently
The Cotton Also a birds. Beyond the influence of these sources of at the same time, from the proximity of the heal- conducted on both sides, had taken place in Parliament
is large- and the assortment good. transmitting information in regard to the: moisture, a burning and, for the most part, vertical thier regions of their own country, they can take but a resolution of censure was triumphantly
fever has settled down to a regular business; the improvements of the falls of the Ohio river at sun dries up the valleys and parches the advantage of the modern facilities for travelling, voted down by a majority of 99 for Minis

stock is large (150 thousand bales); speculation Louisville.The plains, so as to unfit them for cultivation or in- and fly on the first approach of danger from local

!:'t has ceased, and shipments go on." Fox and Wisconsin bill was again taken up habitants. In this division, the silence of deso- disease. The practice thus induced, is favoredby ters.The verdict of the Jury seems to have put the

and finally ordered to be engrossed by a vote of 31 lation is unbroken by man, except in those rare the nature of the commerce of the southern repeal papers in a panic, and all the Editors of the
1. of the positions which have become the seats of com states, which admits of being transacted by a Dublin repeal papers, had given formal notice of
MR. CALHOUN.-A very large meeting to residence on their soil during the six or eight Association. Mr.
7.The the Presi- merce, or of a few species of manufactures, or their withdrawal from the
citizens of Charleston, S. C., assembled at the Oregon resolutions, authorising are sought as a refuge from the unhealthier regions cooler months of the year. Its operation pre- Smith, the Irish Attorney General who conducted

City Hall on Monday of last week, and appointed dent to give notice to the British Government to of fertility, abundance and luxury. So extensive vents the present mercantile population of the the State trials, had resumed his place in Parlia.

committee of 100 persons to meet Mr. Calhoun annul the article of the convention for joint occu- in consequence, are its desert tracts, that southern states from ever contemplating them as ment, and defended his official conduct, so sue*

a Railroad Depot (where pation, was rejected by a vote of 28 to 18. large portions present to the traveller, passingover a permanent resting place for themselves or their cessfully as to draw'down storms of applause.-
on his arrival at the children while it forms of the most destruc- for his indiscretion
The bill to reduce the postage was consideredand its great thoroughfares, the appearance ofa ; one He apologisedjvery properly
he was expected next day), and conduct him to several amendments added, which were laid continuous waste, covered with a scanty or tive systems of absenteeism that ever impoverished in the fracas with Mr. Fitzgibbon, which seemedto

1 the city. Such of the citizens as desired were comparatively valueless vegetation, intersected, a country. Under the operation of this system be received as satisfactory.
the cavalcade, by the Mayor, over until Wednesday next. here and there, by a few bodies of rich land, I the city, which, in the winter, presents to Trade in the English manufacturing district
invited to join has introduced bill to
Mr. Heywood a reduce the the of immense business
I
p which may afford the evidence of human habita- stranger appearance continued brisk and prosperous.
through the public pipers. the salaries of the President, heads of depart- tion, and smile like the oases of Sahara. In the and vast wealth : "in which industry seems to, Cotton throughout February continued to maintain

\ ments, &c. fertile portion, the progressive growth, extinctionand have accumulated its well-earned fruits, com its prices, and a fair demand, but on the 4th
; GEN. JACKSON has addressed a letter to the The nomination of :Mr. Jackson, as District At- decay of its inexhaustible rotation of anima merce to have spread its luxury, and art its elegance of this month it rather languished, and there was

Hon. A. V. Brown, in answer to one received torney of Georcia, was confirmed, and that of ted and inanimated substances maintain a perpe- ," astonishes him, on the approach of sum some depression in the price. The grain market

!, from that gentleman, in which he strongly advocates L,n'f'J.j.1Y: : D-, () Zi4 Col!t ,'HI : \. \') !'.t.". '.-..,! r tility of soil, adapting it for artificial cul- mer, with an aspect of desolation, which he had somewhat improved, in consequence of the
Jackor.I \. .\ :f d offering irresistible inducements to its would suppose actual pestilence-and not the unfavorable weather in England. But our commercial .
the annexation of Texas. Gen. V <..SIn r.ftctedI : :.h '',!"ints to make agriculture iheir favorite oc- mere apprehension of it-war, or famine could I letter and a general view of the markets
I as 1839, the subject occi th<> Hou.-e, the resolutions empowenrt; alone produce. in of ,
says that as long ago I upa "' n. Nay; some our seaports will be found in their appropriate places.
much of his attention, and its importance1* tOlT1nt..nee to sri(i for perscRS and paper in the !| In ccmmon: with the other parts of the earth, as summer approaches, every occupation is aban The Anti-League has acquired, it is stated,considerable
pied
lessened by what has transpired." Also, thrt IlliQilp Islan-i dilBcultiri, was pased, but limited I simi. .y situated in regard to climate, the south- doned, from the wholesale dealer in cargoes to stability by the establishment in the

I" not Texas and the the number to a few. .. .l jern j- ,tion of the United States is divided into the retailer of paltry wares; they no longer resound Metropolis, of the Co Metropolitan Society for the
to .
the United States has a right "':" '' lanre 'trtile and unfertile tracts. In like manner, with the hammer of the artizan ; the pulpitis Protection of British Agriculture," of which the

line of Louisiana would have been limited to the the parseness of population has allowed the vacated, the halls of justice are closed, while Duke Richmond has been appointed President

Rio Grande, agreeably to the understanding of power to choose, and has confined residence. even the pestle and mortar cease to make their and the Duke of Buckingham, Vice president.

if the demand had been made by our ct1itiv!< to the former of these tracts; and, as is melodious clangour in the ears of the few un It is the intention of this body to use the same

France, of ,.k.. H usu .; agriculture forms the principal and favorite happy wretches whom poverty compels to remain r weapons of war as the Anti-Corn Law League,
Minister, in 1819. In a military point ;' ] oCt'Ui'.tion.; The almost exclusive pursuit of this: in the dreary solitude. All the institutions of namely, the raising of funds, the holding of meetings .

f it will be found of vital importance to the United o fTofion has created a prominent characteristic civilization are dissolved! the bonds of society are. the printing and distribution of pamphlets,

States. ,. ..' 7 U!, in ri.i social and moral condition of {the inhabit severed, to be revived and repaired in the followci and so forth.
J.
w' ant.c i the southern states. All the good it pro- ing winter, but only to be renewed by Some excitement was caused in London, by the

;; call the-attention of our readers tel thefirsfaseries : "-1'1: .' ', .-. Vlv .; >1m-t >. and all the evil it engenders, appear in at the cost of an annually recurring poverty. receipt of intelligence stating, that the French

00-'Ve subject of general I' I .., ; ... ;.' i' !'Hld relief, that it has given to each individJ JENNER. Admiral Thouars, had seized Tahiti, but subsequent
of numbers on a I | u character which when with that --
,.. .. compared To CORRESPONDENTS. Friend" has sent accounts from France that the conduct of
connected 'I '
1 :
importanc ,o mankind,and intimately I ; ...:. -i::: > j of. I i': eir brethren, of other parts of the country, the Admiral had not received the sanction of the
,
with the welfare of our city. The subject may "''.-.,;*.. :' .* (' k.;,:.,... '. '. -" rked and distinctive. Its influence, as:: a us a well written article on Annexati ; its great French Government, the excitement subsided.;

of too scientific a nature I I 'n 1" !< .,. t b'N.r.ess j extends through all the relations of life, length, however, as well as the late hour at whichit Lord Viscount Sidmouth,formerly Mr .Adding-
_ I be deemed by some as E3- I : ;\' : .T: .' ; ,!;'.i Very ramiflva;._ ..C awi. ljt auU it. -afloat came t& Hand, prwlndps itg insertjon to-day.- ton, and Prime Minister, died on the 15th of
of ordinary newspaper : .r- I neen in
for the columns an ; powerful modifying the prosperity
Richmond Park the advanced
at at
February ,
We
find
0
1 I' ,. may room for it next week. age
of themr' r" t-eneral of the
t'n Devotion
interest : ,
I of this class form an ,, 1 appearance country. of 87.
t : says of literate, dicliI 1",'.: 'o it has been the southern man's prevailing habit "RANEOLPH" may, as he hopes, "arrive at
branches Minister Mr. Everett after
the higher Oregon.-Our ,
I among 3d. I ; ;I, ror the earliest settlement of his He something We think it
extent or : country. yet. very likely; but if having spent a month on visit to the Rev.Sidney
to 1 .
cannot be represented !1'tGt. to the earth bounteous
that willrc
: anY'S"tede.'oted' as a parent,
'" to ftenecessary he aspires to anything which will yield him a Smith, was in correspondence with Lord Stanleyon
'rurk :\' 1 all his toil and
vantageously, in a \" anxiety, and furnish himv the
I 4riety of knowledge, '( I subsistence and enjoyment with the reali- respectable livelihood, we conjure him to eschew Oregon question.
;
I
diffusion of that The .
1 : Oregon Territory.-ler IVfajesty's Government
of a ccmmu i tsc'- )f to-dayand the of to-morrow and rhyming.
hopes
.id instruct every portion ir ;
.
desirous of with
,
prosecuting expeditionthe
1 i : to please ,. : !! 'i':I"" r the feeling of sufficiency, which the ex-
writer
1 It is true that the labors of literary '.!' Heavy Failure.-A recent arrival at New Or- survey of the disputed territory between the
f\-'J' of
; ve study one object excites, he cultivates
J 1 1- fi-.a *Oft*iscoveriesof men of science, are U'l.ll.> .1,! rmpathy with any art which is not connected leans reports that the mercantile house of MOOY- United States and the colonial possessions of Her

: 4.-41ui wn.1d through the pagesof :.J. .. _. __ I f f Ki-...-j.::__. x-.---'E--iaoH.i.. ,.,--.-i. _- VB AfVk.! .. at Htt-rana, lias fatted ,to the tune of Majesty in North America, has issued orders for
periodical and ._ _.. v. the immediate of additional
magazines oen throufh thr .i"o. 'Cd le avocation is fostered by the value of the employment an forceof
: popular vehicle of a newspaper; sm t. .,: uctions, which the fertility of the soil he $7,000,000. They have been doing a heavy busi- non-commissioned officers and men belonging]
l. moro ron ness with Germany, and it is ssid that the to the Royal Sappers and Miners this important .
is generally required for a detailed tI': : yates, and the favorable climate he inhabits, principal upon
and to do exaruu, ,,. ; -' i : le him to draw from his fields. Inheriting, sufferers, by their failure are of that country. duty, under the Boundary Commissioner,
proper justice to questions, either new. p7 I; i heirloom, the prejudice, prevalent through- Colonel Estcourt. This detachment, which hat

.: or of great weight and interest, than such publications : !t ..u: Europe at the time of his ancestors' emigra- OJ-: White Sugar.. -A process has been discovered been selected from the companies of that corps

furnish. The only way in which lorg t.-n that the cultivation of the soil was a busts we learn, by a planter in Louisiana, employed on similar services in England, on account .

4 articles on a single topic can be introduced; is, \s of more dignity, and induced a higher toneot by which he has converted his whole of of their experience and knowledge of the
crop peculiar duties
them : ; character than any other, he has accustomed required ofthem, arrived at Wool-
by dividing into suitable portions end continuing the past season into white without wich, from different
'T himself to consider it as almost the only honora- sugar, the places in England, on the 1st
them, from one number to another until: i i : ". :> hIt, ,pursuit. Thus, practically believing that the usual intervention of the clarifying process. The inst., and are now in hourly expectation of proceeding .

the subject be completed. This mode is attendee1 culi; !ivation of the soil is a business of the greatest sugar is fabricated in an apparatus entirely by to Liverpool, where they are to embark

with the serious disadvantage that the ess !' like ,, dgrity; : and feeling secure, in a high moral elevation steam. for America, and on landing there, will be sentto
prelections, requires frequent and f and the general possession of a moderate the Oregon Territory, to join those already em.
in tedif i-''' repetitions 1' ." > pecuniary independence, from the chief ills of OCJ- Cure for Croup.The following remedy ployed on that service. The boundary survey
: order to maintain the connection, in ]i life, he is almost indifferent to the pleasures for this disorder party will now consist of about twenty noncommissioned ,
the mind of the reader, between the van '.-us links j:;.t. ., :, A;.ifec '!J.l\. :!:" ::.. <_ which greater wealth would bring, or to the nation so distressing and frequently officers and privates of the Royal Sap.

J.LL: of the subject. Notwithstanding the iN! ...Vau ICOMJHPHCATION.: .1 11 advantages which would spring from a fatal to children, is highly recommended by a : pers and Miners, with Capt. Broughton and two

tages of this plan to both writer and reurier. THE UKCH.-Qu Saturday last our citizen I pursuit ot the other arts of civilization. gentleman who has tested it in his own family other officers of the Royal Engineers, under Colonel -

contributor is our were th- n into a \erj &enable .'it ate o*r ; This narrow and, as it must be considered, de- with the happiest results : Estcourt, the Commissioner.A .
willing to act upon it as a mem? of excitement bv:' ti i .: announcement ttat a Liiwvi I fe : ive education has been attended with great Procure some strong ley from oak and most destructive fire occurred at Manchesteron
asnes,
- giving diffused the 3d
publicity to the subject > i. was ;', A' <{ ,,' ( ':. VrV '.VBlufT .\cco: ';. i .4; ivantages. The first evil that has resulted sweeten it with molasses; give the child one, instant, which consumed property to
have placed at the head of his first communication .. I I in it, is the ereneral unfitness___ __ nf thA.. vnnth nf two or three spoonfuls, it be more than the amount of 100000.
as
.n v v* v vvrufct.* V* seem to
in the of may re- The
ingiy everything horse and
-IF ; and we cheerfully render him all the aid in shape car- the southern states to conduct the trading inter lieved. Generally, the relief is almost immediate English papers speak in terrrs of high and
riage was brought into requisition, so ests of the just praise of the liberality,spirit and of
were to
our power towards attaining such an object. eager country advantage; and, thus, as a and the child will fall off into a quiet sleep. the Bostonians in enterprise
this the citizens to witness a scene that very rarely consequence, has prevented the pursuit of a lucrative Renew the dose until the complaint disappears. in cutting the Hibernia out of thrice
Although subject is apparently the their harbor.
among profession, and abstracted alike
; occurs in these diggins. A party of ladies from their
most foreign to the objects of a weekly sheet, in and gentlemen who wealth and population. The evil is one of the {tiThe: proprietors of the different hotels and FRANCE.

an exclusively commercial city, yet it is one that preferred going by water, greatest magnitude, because it has thrown the bar-rooms in Mobile have abolished the gratuitous The arrival of the news that the French had
_ _
embarked on one of our revenue cutters, commanded profits arising from an indispensable into taken possession of Tahiti and
,
promises to be of such pursuit lunch compelled Queeo-
c in the absence general importance, that by Capt. McLean, whose vessel was the hands of strangers, who accumulate wealth system. This determination, it appears, Pomare to place! herself under their protectionthe --
i ., I. of other media, no apology can be never before graced by such an of beautyand for the purpose of removal. The avocation of has been induced by the great number of loaferswho installation of a new governor-the hoisting

deemed necessary for calling public attention to talent itself array the merchant is, indeed, more peculiarly neces- infest the taverns, and get their entire liv- of the French and the lowering ofthe English tag
I as presented this
occasion.-
I I' it in the columns of a newspaper. Inquiries into on sary in the southern states, from its wealth con- ing at the snack-tables. The Daily Advertisersays -this account of the doings in the Friendly I*
The gallant commander appeared to be perfectly sisting of agricultural productions which lands, in November last
the causes of disease, the nature and influence finding that created, when it reached
I the of conscious of his enviable situation, from the a market almost exclusively in foreign countriesor no less than three hundred persons have England, considerable surprise as well as in

agents by which the action of these causes marked attention he paid to the ladies, and it remote states, could not be transported and rendered been supported in this way, at only three houses dignation. The subject was alluded to in the
may be counteracted, and, more than all, the profitable without his intervention.To in that city. House of Commons hen Sir Robert Peel
-* would be invidious to nsinuate that it was con- _ _ sed his expr-
means by which they maybe prevented, are the exclusive education of the southernman hope and belief that the proceedings bad
: wor- fined to any one in particular, when all received CCJ-: The path that leads to fortune too often been done without the
of the there is superadded consent the
thy attention not simply of the physician a peculiar constitutionof or even knowledge -
: such evidences of his care. To render the affair mind, arising from a constant residence in passes through the narrow defiles of meanness, of the French Government. So it tons
and
the a
.
the which
philosopher, philanthropist and a man of exalted
the
out.
an spirit The
still it warm climate, which makes him cannot stoop whole proceedings have been
; more exciting, seemed as if the wind and as unwilling, to tread. formally
statesman, but of every individual whose life is as his have repudiated by Louis
p J tide had conspired to frustrate our old prejudices rendered him unfit, to en- Phillippe and his cabinet
liable to be shortened, or rendered wretched by design ; gage in mercantile pursuits ; and, consequently, For the Commercial Advertiser. and with this announcement has evaporated whatever -
Boreas blew "
as though he'd blown his last the
their operation. The investigation of these ques- ; the commerce, necessarily proceeding from his PRESENT OF A WHITE ROSEBUD.BY indignation the insult might have created.
current ran as current never ran before the industry is conducted The French Admiral
tions, so far as they are connected with ; spray. by natives of other countries Dupeht Thouars,has i in
one prominent mounted our deck, as if to catch a peep at what or the citizens of distant states. In acknowledging WILLIAM SIDNEY. this rebuke, received a rap on the knuckles,'
cause of disease, will, we are assured, be was transpiring on board and and I the palpable unfitness of southern O fair unknown! my heart o'erflows which it is to hoped will not be lest upon him.-

I the.object of our contributor. They form a subject would it ever anon, youth to manage mercantile affairs, we are compelled With thanks for this white budding rose; A lengthened debate on the affair took place ill
sprinkle the smiling face of some fair to admit the inference of their But shall the hateful emblem the Chamber of Deputies
1 that comes home to the business and the inferiority; prove and the result was a
r bosoms," and is, at least lady, or deluge the phiz of some unlucky gentleman. for, if there be one class of men equally well Such loveliness "too young to love 1" signal l triumph for Ministers. The proposition of
indirectly, as deeply .
Our enlivened with fitted for either the pursuit of agriculture M. Theirs- that the Chamber without -
passage was song or As blooming in my fair one's bower approring
Connected with the permanent prosperity of every commerce, and another of the conduct of the .
and only the
t wine, and the excursion and capable of pursuing Ambrosial pluck'd the Cabinet, pass to order
-- .I, individual in this community as any one that can hiliriting to all. delightful ex- agriculture, the latter must be inferior, inasmuchas But fingers it flower, of the day' was rejected by a majority of 46.This .
with'ring seems to
now bend
command his consideration. It is well known it does not possess one of the means of pro- is a greater majority than the most sanguine
that live in the midst After buffeting the wind, waves and current (hieing wealth that is in the power of the former. As mourning for its fairer friend, (friends of the Government expected. The chamber -
\ we of a region where the for two or three hours, we arrived at the scene It is the great extent to which the cause of this And all the care I can bestow has been asked by Marshal Soult for an advance

causes, which operate to produce the great majority of action, where we found a inferiority has been allowed to be carried, which It will not feel, nor seem to know. of 300,000, to support 15,000 additional

: I of the premature deaths of our race, are awaiting our arrival, and large assemblage has created that disparity in prosperity that ap- Perhaps the crystal fount may give men in Algi era.SPAIN.Militarv.

Ii. rife; and where, besides the personal suffering equally anxious to seethe peais between the northern and southern statesof Some vital power, and bid it live despotism now reigns triumphant -
vessel ,
: glide into her native t the Union in
element. ; making the former flourish this
Every like unhappy The disarming'
they induce, their tendency is to mar alike individual And cause th' expanding flower to shin country.
the !
most cultivated of
the
thing was in readiness, and at 12 o'clock the countries of the old world, National Guard appears to have been quiet
,. and general prosperity. Instead then, off wedge was struck, and away she went. _. while the latter are fast sinking into the decay of With lovely tints, almost divine. ly accomplished. Accounts received from Nadrid :
deeming a subject, the object of which is to pre- the most exhausted and worst governed nations. Thus, fair unknown; if thy kind heart to the 18th ultimo, state that Alicante w*i'

.: Tent these evils, obtrusive, we know of none Walking the water like a. thing of life." And this is a cause which, by maintaining a state Should luckless feel some with'ring art, blockaded both by sea and land: on land by General '.

which ought to be considered of moro Her deck was crowded with delighted of commercial dependance, little, if at all, less O may the crystal fount of truth Roncali, on sea by the Spanish navy, consistin
general and as she touched the spectators, injurious to the general interests, than any modern i Renew the smiles of blooming of a steamer and three small vessels. At Cartha-
interest; which should claim, of right, a more wave, "MAGNOLIA" she system of colonial servitude, youth, gena the confined within'
promises to And insurgents to be
was christened, by the fair hand of a ope- grateful fragrance still ascend seem
I : conspicuous station, or which would more justify This done, all returned to the city, highly young lady. rate as a perpetual source of inferiority, unless a And cherish'd worth thy the walls of the city. In the large cities tbs t
pleased radical name attend
being discussed if with the change shall take place in the feelings, ; pro.iounciamentos seem to have failed, and tliI
J, our correspondent chooses, excursion and its happy results. education Then, fresh and blooming
and habits of thou
the people.But shalt prove outbreak is now almost entirely confined to the da-
-I' with all the lights of science and the graces of Too much credit cannot be awarded to Captain it may be said, the habits of the people An object for us all to love, tricts of Alicante Murcia, and Carthazena.
CHARLES ,
S.
: RUSSELL for his ;;
literature, in the ephemeral columns of a news constructed and built, the enterprise, in having and the climate of the southern states, have al. And fleeting days shall soon prepare None of the great leaders of the Liberal part/
only vessels ever ways been the same, and yet, for a long THY HEART to have taken is that the insurrection
''I paper. framed in this place.Lt I period, FEEL what LOVERS are. part in it. It probable
I\ 4? they enjoyed a..high degree of commercial as April 5, 1811. will for the present be suppreseed-
r Murcia is soon to be evacuated by the insurgents;
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the last thing we read is, that General Cordon -IJ >
but COMMERCIAL. I .
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I' ( : We would call the -
it attention of all
was marching on Numerous butcheries MARINE INTELLIGENCE.PORT persons FOR LIVERPOOL. TheYast
and it is residing in the city, that sailing-
have taken place, expected that the merciless the Apalachicola Fire ship GLOBE, Lowry, has now
executions by the Government will have MAIL ARRANGEMENT. Engine Co. No. 1, have received than half her more
OF APALACHICOLA.... a charter from cargo engaged and
going
produced more appalling reprisals. At Alicante Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M. April 6. the Legislature, through our Representative on board, will have quick despatch, for
and Murcia, Ruiz, (chief of the insurgent columnat Closes Tnesdayj and Saturdays at 10, P.M. CLEARED. R. apply to J DAY & CO.freight _
J. Floyd Esq., them ,
exempting
) shot in from jury .
Cttthagena, ] duty.
reprisal for the massacre
LATEST aplG
DATES. Ship Charlemagne, Packard, for Trieste by I M 52 Water st.
cf prisoners by Roncali" than doube] This we conceive, to be sufficient
twenty more Liverpool. ...March New York. ...March25. Wright. inducementfor
that number." Havre.00 00.. 4.1 New Orleans,. 30. Ship Wakona, Borland, for N York by Harper&: citizens, having property at risk, to join -the FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fine barque

Booet, the chief of the insurrection at Alicante, Havana.......March Charleston,... 25. Holmes. Company and by so doing have a COLOSSUS, Lennox, master, having-
good and
*hot the unfortunate bearer of the summons to Ship Talma, Collins, for N Orleans. efficient == part of her cargo engaged and going on
surrender sent him by Roncali, and decreed, II that COTTON MARKET.The Ship Telumah, Borland, for N Orleans. fire department in time of need. According board, will meet with despatch. For balance cf

for every man put to death by the officers of 4th of March accounts caused a suspensionof Ship Floridian, Pratt, for Mobile. to the charter the number is limited to 40 freight apply to BENJ. SALTER,
Government he would shoot of their partisans demand but the Bark Ann Welsh, Magna, for N York by Nourse marSO 50 Water
ten limited quantity on the market fc Stone and Chas .Kogers. members. _street. _
and being an eleve (Lieutenant of Cabrera), prevented much decline. Holders are generally Brig Cynosure, Macloon, for N Orleans. 'I'herevill be a special meeting of the Company FOR LIVERPOOL.-Ship MANCO.-
he i it likely to keep his word; it is rumored that unwilling to accept the offers Schr Textor, Smith, for N Orleans by B Ellison I Nickles master, having
Senor Ceruto, uncle to Roncali, has been shot by of buyers, and but Ac Co. for the purpose of admitting those who may part of her care)

his orders. Another report says, that the Arch- little is doing in consequence. The sales that Schr Lion, Clift, for New Orleans, by B Ellison wish to join, on Monday evening next, half-past ance of freight engaged, will have despatch.to For bal
or apply
;bIshop of Seville (the Rev. Cienfuegos Jovel- have been made since the news, have been for inferior I &Co. o'clock, aplG 1tt'NGINE passage CHARLES

lanos) has been executed in revenge by the insurgents 5i to 6; ordinary 6| to fijj; middling 7 to 7j; ARRIVED.- mar30 47 Water ROGERS street.,

of Carthagena! Arrests continue throughout middling. fair 7$ a -; fair -. Ship Constellation, Jackson, fm N York, master CO., No. 1., ATTENTIONThe! I

the kingdom. Lopezis still hiding, and *The sales of the week amount to 1246 bales Ship Telumah, Borland, 17 dys fm N York. _U. members of the above Company, are notified FOR LIVERPOOL-The first clat ; I
-
sought for iii the capital. Narvaez IS making as Bark Commerce Rogers 30 to British ship DUKE OF CORNWALL
follows:-15 at 5| 53 at days from Bostonto attend the monthly meeting at the Engine ,
; 64 10
active operations to put himself at the head of the ; at 6j; 93 at 6|; 34 master. House, this evenins at 8 o'clock. Conrad master, has commenced loadirg t
(Saturday)
,
7
at 70 7 M6 : (
army besieging Alicante.! regiment of infantry, ; at ; 232 at 7!; 125 at 74; 21 at 7 5-16; Bark Gazelle, Allen, fm N York to McKay &; apGlt W.HONESec'y.mAX and will meet with despatch. For freight, apply ,) _

four pieces of artillery, and three squadrons of 248 at 7Jj; 307 at 71; ,72 at 7| cents per lb. Hartshorne. q- -- -- to E. P. BUTTS. "

cavalry, are under orders to attend him. Brig W Jones, Tyler, fm N York to Harper: COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.-I will at- _mar30_ _ _ \
In the midst of their own troubles, the Spanish COTTON STATEMENT. Holmes. JL tend at my Office, No. 42 Water street, upstairs I
Ministry have offered to assist in subduing the Stock on hand 1st Oct.,.... .... 211 Brig Caroline E Platt, Rice fm N York to Mc on and after Wednesday the 10th day of FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fast sailir* L

revolt in and still Received since our last>. .. ....2,055 Kay & Hartshorne. April for fifteen days, from the hours of o'clock ., Coppered and copper;: fastened British r
Portugal, are speaking seriouslyof 9 L4
Brig Ozello Meeks fm N York
previOusly..... .... 101,953 to D B Wood brig ROuT BURNS: Messenger
an expedition against Morocco. & Co. A. M. to 4, P. M., each day to receive the taxes has commenced master,
The of the Queen of with 104,219 bales. Richardson fm N due the City of Apalachicola, for the 1844. loading and will meet with de*-
marriage Spain a Exported since our last .... ..2 Brig Mary, York to McKay year patch. For freight apply to
720
Neapolitan Prince, is said to be abandoned, and & Hartshorne. N. B.-Please notice the 7th and Sth sectionsof 7
previously I .... .... marSO E P
negotiations are in progress for her union with 77,524 Schr Thos Hooper, Hall, 6 dys fm Jamaica, to the ordinance, published in this paper, entitled !I BUTTS, Water st

the Duke of Cadiz, son of the Infant Don Francisco Stock hand 81,244 master. "An ordinance to raise a revenue for the use of FOR LIVERPOOL The first dan ..
on not cleared.... .22,975 Schr Thames, Sawyer, from Turk's Island, to the of t _
de Paula.A Master. City Apalachicola, for the year 1S41, and barque IERSEY, J. Tucker, master, _
revolution, somewhat formidable in its for other purposes." having two-thirds of her
appearance FREIGHTS. Schr Florida, Howes, fm Charleston, to Master. cargo engaged
at first, had broken out in Portugal; butit To Liverpool. .... .... .. .. .... ..l-2dprlb. Steamer Lowell, Niles, fm Columbus. PETER HOBART, Tax Collector. and going on board, will have dispatch. For bal- i

was promptly put down, and order perfectly 11 New York,. .... .. .... ...l-2c Steamer Oconee, Greer, fm Columbus. Apalachicola, April J 1,1544. It ance of freight, apply to

restored. Count Bonfine, formerly Minister of Boston .... .... .... ..?. .... i.2c Steamer Boston, Morton, fm Columbus. OTICE.-CORNELIUS GRADY is Bt.1\. SALTER, t r I

War and a good many officers and men in the Freights dull at quotations. Steamer Siren, Sharpless, fm Browns Ferry. i duly authorised during Eq.absence, march:) 50 Water st. f
my agent
Steamer Jas Y Smith Smith, fm my 1\
regular service, had participated in the rebellion. Albany.
The energetic measures of the Government how- p ASSE G ERS. Steamer Agnes, Jenkins, fm Columbus. from the Territory. CHAS. McKENNEY. FOR LIVERPOOL- The British shn I t
Per steamer J Y Smith-Messrs Bartlett J R o' Steamer Apalachicola, Sutton, fm Columbus. Apalachicola, April 1st, 1844. 21* DAUNTLESS, Rogers, master; 562 toc'i
ever,
very soon put every thing straight.The Johnson,G S Ojlesby,J P Cock,J Baker Harden. Steamer Siren, Van Veghten fm Bainbridge. _2 burthen, having most of her cargo engaged ____
Portuguese government had been guilty ofa Per steamer Siren-J L Smallwood, Stockton, Flat boat No. 4, fm Itchuwaynotchuway.VESSELS Accommodation Stages. and iioin on board, will meet with des _
____
gross outrage on the Spanish Ex-Minister Oloz- Cooper, G Mitchel!, Newnan, N Baker, Dr L M f THE subscriber begs leave to patch. For balance of freight or .
a;a, who recently fled into Portugal for a refuge ; Armistead, Simmons. IN PORT. inform the public, that he has to the master or to passage, apply _

his rendezvous having/: bof n broken into, and his Per steamer Oconee-P Hobart Shivers. April 6.-Sloops and lighters not included. ... on hand two good TWO HORSECAKK1AUUS S CASSIN a.marl .-
43 Water
Per steamer st. _
papers examined and sgzed. himself Boston-Wm Lockey P
Olozaga I Schley, SHIPS. one he intends keeping in Tallahassee -
was not at home, and of course was not arrested. Capt Per Rowland. Mary&: Susan. Weeks, 392 tons, for Boston, loading and the other at his old stand at Chatta- FOR LIVERPOOL The British bark ___
He was in concealment. steamer Apalachicola-Dr Dunn and lady, -D B Wood &: Co. I.SOP1iIA, Webster,
Mrs Porter Miss A E hoochee, ready to run at all times whenever called having most of her
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Liverpool, Marth 4. Williams, Jas F Farrior Farrior, J Porter Miss M, Johnson C Farrior, J, Globe J ,Day Lowry&: Co., 479 tons, for Liverpool, loading upon> and on very accommodating terms. His meet with cargo engaged and going on board, will .

COTTON.-'Vith reference to our Circular of I Campbell, Nobles. Horses and Carriages are good, and his drivers despatch. For balance of freight or ," _
the 3d ultimo, we have to advise that our Cotton Andrew Scott, Emery, 318 tons, for N York, load Careful and obliging, and from his endeavors to passage; apply to the master or to
,
& Co.
ing-J Day :
market has since declined |d. per lb. This ap TURKS' ISLAND-Per IMPORTS schr Thames-2,9&4 Manco, Nickles, 350 tons, for Liverpool, load please and accommodate the public heretofore, he niaril S CASSh43:; Waterst. '4 4 I _

plies more decidedly to the low and middling 1 bushels salt, 3 tons Brazil wood, and fruit order. ing-Chas Rogers. confidently hopes for a continuance of favor and FOR LIVERPOOL-The British"ship -

than to the better qualities, and the official quo- NEW YORK-Per brig C E Platt-1,019 pkgs Blanchard, Blanchard, 393 tons, for Havre, load. patronage. REUBEN SCOTT. ENGLAND, Boothby, master, will tneet I.i:
tations
for fair have not been changed, as there isno 1 mdze to McKay & Hartshorne; 170 Green &: Con. ing-I M Wright. Chattahoochee, Fla., April 1, 1514. :_ with despatch, for freight apply to .

.1._considerable___'-_ 'quantity", o.offering.,_or pressing_ on I nerv; 6 J N Robinson; 1 B Hawley; 7 Flewellen Dauntless, (Br.) Rogers, 562 tons, for Liverpool, (JCJ- The Stage will be found at the Planters' WA&PCKAIN. ': :.t ____
U.lC warKer, ana 11 migni oe as dIfficult to buy as i & Butt.! ; 191_Kimbroueh & Rid wav: 49 Moote fc loading-S Cassin. Hotel, Tallahassee. aplG 3m feb7 ,
4
Columbus
to sell extensively at the reduction, but what is I McKenzie; 82' H R Taylor; 5 Hill, Dawson& Co; Courtenay, (Br.) Turner, 60S tons, for Liverpool, Block. t
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doing in all descriptions must be below 5 Dodge & Gardner; 3 J Day & Co 197 Preston loading W A &; P C Kain. FOR LIVERPOOL-The
id. the
; OF LETTERS remaining in the Post fast-sailing .
highest point in the market, which is more lan I &Nourse: Maclay te; 16 H G Guyon; 56 B Elhson & Co; 5 England WA&PCKain., (Br; ) Boothby, for Liverpool, waiting- LIST at Apalachicola, April 1st, 1844. : Br. ship COURTENAY, George Turner d I

guid the last two days than previously. This deP I. Hobart; Stont.t 105 W;. 4 Wood Farrior &34Lockhart&Co; 12 J Green; 40 Rothschild (Br) Fell, 647 tons, for freight or charter Arnold, Geo Morton, W S master, will meet with despatch. I __ _

pi ession has taken place within the last fortnight, 98 H D Darden; 17 W G Porter; &: Co; 29 Young Harper; -Master. Armibtead, Dr M L Mumford, Capt 0 R 2 For freight apply to .0 -j _

the market previously having remained quite & Holmes; 3 D B Wood & Co; 10 S B Hamilton. Troy, Hills, 625 tons, waiting-I Wright.. AndersonValker Manley, H dec2j ,Yo A. & P. c. KAIN.

steady. _ _ Per brig W L Jones- 30 pkgs mdze to Harper&: Constellation, Jackson, 276 tons, waiting-Master Allen, Mrs E R 2larshallt F L _
Holmes; 21 B Hawley 4 Moore &: McKenzie E ben Preble, Perkins, 493 tons, waiting-Master. Brown, Geo Morrison: M FOR LIVERPOOL.=British barque
{co-!:: The following gentlemen are our authorized 5 McKay & Hartshorne;;3 Preston & Maclay; 1; Tarolinta, Smith, 549 tons, waiting-Master. I Barker, Henry RlcKnighr, J T ; \ ROBERT WATTS, Johnson. ma fer, is

agents; and they are empowered to receipt Nourse & Stone; 23 H D Darden; 5 J B Hall; 82 BARQUES. I Brawn, George McCandlish, J :M 3;;; now discharging, and will be ready to

for the payment of any subsriptions, advertisements B Ellison & Co; 2 H Smith; 10 W S Damerel; 4 Mersey, Tucker, 372 tons, for Liverpool, loading, Brown, John M :McCarthy, CatharineMcPher.on X B receive freight" in a few days, for which apply to .. _
.
ames ,
Kimbrough & Ridgway; 4 SJ3 Hamilfntii 67 T L, .1L1t.r. TB cheld'rl.iJ decll J. DAY & Co.
or other printing, to be forwarded to us- Mitchelj Green &; Connery;7 W G Porter & Co. .. Duke of Cornwall, (Br.) Conrad, 481 tons, for D N McIntyre, H .
B. G. ALDERMAIC, Marianna, Fla.J. Per brig Mary-34 pkgs mdze to Lockhart &: Liverpool, loaning-E P Butts. Baker, Capt James H Miller Maun, wm P FOR NEW YORK.-The ship AN-
Baisden Benj
Young; 450 McKay Ac Hartshorne 28 H R Colossus, Lennox, 399 tons, for Liverpool
Tay load. DREW SCOTT
S. SANCHEZ, St. Fla. ; W Morris D Emery, master is now
Berregh,
Augustine, -
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lor; 8 W A & P C Kain; 7 P Hobart; 3 J B Hall; ing-Benj Salter. IOiiing for the above For
J. ATKIXS, Tallahassee Fla. *2571tloore & McKenzie; 15 S SchifTer; 22 Kim Sophia, (Br.) Webster, 387 tons, for Liverpool, Bealle, Henry Myers, A apply to port. freight
E. N. GIBsoN, Quincy, Fla. brough &: Ridgway; 1 J Schrodt; 6 Nourse &: loading-S Cassin. Bunce, Timothy D Moye, Thompson j DAY & CO.ap16 .-,

JAS. PENN, St. Joseph, Fla. Stone; 36 Roberts, Allen & Co; 322 Harper &; Robert Watts, (Br.) Johnson 491 tons, for Lh.er.pool Brodnax, Wm li Noyes Norton, Albion _52 Water_ _st._ .
Branch John Wm S
N. BAKER, Brown's Ferry, Fla. Holmes; 12 B Ellison & Co; 506 Capt Richardson; loading-J Day &: Co. Baker ,W W Xash Hez, A FOR NEW YORK.-The fine faSt ; _
FRANCIS ARNOU, Calhoun County, Fla. 82 A Anderson; 6 H R Barker; 195 W G Porter Gazelle, Allen, 269 tons, fm New York, waiting- Blair ,Thos H O'Hanlan, F sailing brig CAROLINE I:. PLATT _
_
tV. &: Co 27 Stow &: Starr 17 to order. McKay & Hartshorne. -
TABOR, Washington County, Fla. ; ; Barbour Organ Edward Rice, master, having the
,
Brnj
: greater
Per brig Ozello-100 tons ice to W Mount. Commerce, Rogers, 289 tons waiting prt'of
Master.
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A. S. GREENWOOD, Albany, Baker Co. Ga. W Oliver J J her and _
Alabama, Memtt, 348 tons, waltiDg-Mast Chapman, m cargo engaged going on board, will haVe .

The EXPORTS. :rib.erins..H.aw.e. _1o.n&... u"' t;"Ut-M __ Chancey.. Harrison Patridge, John despatch. For balance of freight or passage"ai. _
chicken-'hatc'hing machine now being exhibited :- TRIESTE-Per ship Charlemagne-1,349 bales- BRIGS.V Coit. sjr Jatrick.V m ply to ATcKAY:.- *-HARTSHORNEap6 ,- -- _
sjrCowny.TEcIwaTd r ch, Geo W
in the city of New York, is thus noticedin cotton. L Jones, Tyler, 222 tons, fm N York, discharg Orlando Penny, J H I 40Waterstreet.FOR .
NEW YORK-Per ship Wakona-1,249 bales ing-Harper & Holmes.
the Tribune: Crosby Geo W Penny, LPeterson
cotton. lOzello, Meeks, 204 tons, fm New York, discharg- Clark kobert Peter NEW YORK.The fine Saitint _
Chicken Manufactory.-Nature is getting su Per barque Ann Welsh-916 bales cotton. ing-D B Wood &: Co. Dumsdaylichael, 2 Porter A, S ,brig MARY, Richardson, master, ''wifl

pfI'rftaous.Ve rather think she will soon be voted NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Lion-206 bales Caroline E Platt, Rice, 232 tons, for N York, load. Davis, Sam'l H 2 Parson,, Capt Jonathan ___ have despatch for the above port. Pot
out of fashion and dispensed with. There is a cotton, 150 scks cotton seed, 16 bales domestics, 3 ing-McKay & Hartshorne. Davis, Thos Pettingall, C H L2 freight or passage, apply to

chap just over our publication office hatching do gunny bags, 1 pkg mdze. Lawrence Copeland, Baker, 218 tons, for N York Davis, Capt F Potter, N W McKAY &. HARTSHORNE,

Chickens in.a big box, fifty a dar, having a thousand Per schr Textor-25 cords wood. loading B Ellison &: Co. Davis, Mrs R Rogers, Capt ._!ap16 40 Water street.

eggs always (&nn. The trouble of attending Mary, Richardson, 194 tons, for New York,4load- Dennison, Thos H a Huge, H H ii
them slight, the heat costs very little, and the RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.Per ing-McKay &; Hartshorne. Dickson, R S Rix, GeoRoberts FOR CHARLESTON.-The fine schr
chickens crack their several shells and walk steamer Lowell-99 bales cotton to Lock- Robt Burns, (Br.) Messenger, 296 tons, for Liver- Dancy, M Geo K ANN STELLE, A Wells, master, hi _
up hart &: Young; 29 C Rogers; 110 Hill, Dawson &: pool, loading-E P Butts. Dunn, Peter Rigan, Dan'l] __- .2most of her cargo engaged. For balance
to their dough and water like wood-choppers to Co; 24 W A & P C Kain; 7 McKay &: Hartshorne; Nature, (Br) Allen, waiting-master. Dowling, Jos Runard, Miss E {}_ :Ireight or passage, apply to _
dinner or sailors to'lheir grog. They are clean, 8 Moore &: McKenzie; 22 W G Porter &: Co. SCHOONERS. Day, N S 1v'edV W ip6"A! L .

strong and lively, grow fast and rarely die, (not Per steamer Oconee-108 bales cotton to Hill, Massasoit, Draper, 93 tons, for Havana, loading- Demans, Wm R Robinson, E E CLEMENTS; 30 Water st- _
being draggled through the grass;) and whoeverI Dawson & Co. B Ellison & Co. Dawson, Wm Rogers, J KRichardson FOR SALE-The fast sailing schr.

has a hatching machine can have Spring; Chick. Per steamer Boston-160 bales cottorf Nourse Ann Stille, Wells, 117 tons, for Charleston, load Dejarhs, Theo Capt E VANDALIA, of the burthen of fifty '
tj, every week in the year,and at small expense.If & Stone; 163 L M Durr; 43 W Lackey.Per ing-A L Clements. Evans, John Robinson,; Thos tons, well found in sails, rigging','&c.,
J Y
could invent steamer Smith-144 bales cotton to J Thames, Sawyer, 106 tons discharging-Master. Evearan, Misses Renuck, JosRtbinson
machine
you only a to lay eggs Day &: Co 115 Lockhart & 227 carries two hundred and fifty bales of cotton, and
now, hens would be done with. 3 0'fH&CHAustin.; Young; Bartlett; Thos Hooper, Hall, 99 tons, waiting-Master. Ford, Nicholas E draws only five feet of water, wili be sold low to _
Florida Hoes, 74 tons, waiting-Master. :Frederick, John Slemmer, Lloyd
Per steamer Siren-27 bales cotton to Wm G close the concern. Apply to Capt. Smith on board,
Echo, Davis, 114 tons, waitingmaster.'FOR FranUlirr: ; ins A Smith. S B "
687 BALES COTTON
DETROYED.-We! learn Porter & Co; 2 Avery &: Jones. Frille, :Mr Sfannard, H B or to B. ELLISON & Co. _
from Capt. Creswell, of the steamer Hamburg arrived Per steamer Agnes-200 bales cotton to Harper THIS PORT. Ferrer, JuanFolberts Show, R G march .sj 'Vater'St.SUrDRIES.IO .
on Friday evening, that &: Holmes 15 Preston & Maclay.
on Thursday about ; Sloan John
NEW ] John ,
Martha ,
11 o'clock, when near the bend in the river cal. Per steamer Apalachicola bales cotton to on 25th ult.YORK-Ship up with despatch .Washington Wakulla,,Tyler Mul-!, Fenton, Abraham Sams, Dr F \V bbls Cider Vinegar;

led Hog Nose, about 65 miles above this place, Lockhart &: Young; 188 Moore & McKenzie; 81 ford, to sail 26th; Brigs Camilla, Mandeuil, to sail Fox, Jos Serrell, W J ; S mats Cassia; .
McKay &: Hartshorne 83 Harper &: Holmes 6 chests Teas, black, &.C. :
the cotton on one of; the tow boats' No. 1, was ; 10 I 25th; Manhattan, Doane, to sail 1st inst.; Schr FerrellJCFoote Steelman, Lewis! green '
discovered to be on fire, on the lower tier, and W G Porter &: Co. I Orleson, Samson, to sail 27th ult. Capt D Ccely, Sam'l 10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs and Cloves. ; ..
Per flat boat No 6 bales
before it could be reached, the whole broadside 4- cotton to Lockhart Cleared on 22d ult. Bk Wabash,Talbot; on 25th Foster David Studier, Mrs 10 boxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices;
& 6 J Stevenson & Co.OA "
*u in flames. An attempt was made to scuttle : Young; i brig Magnolia, West. Fletcher, David Smith; G W 2 5 baskets Salad Oil; 5 O'' Bar Lead.
Arrived from this 19th b Freeman &: Tarbox Saunders Charles 30 Shot assorted 1 Sardiries
the boat, but the heat was so intense that it Port-March Hebron; bags ; case ;
found impossible to do She was Dentistry. on 22d bk Marv Kimball.CHARLESTONScbr. Gait, Capt Wm Stow and Starr 5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves;
so. was then cut PARMLY DENTAL Home, Hammond, Gill, T J Sission, J 'VIGreenwood 5 do Tomato for sale
loose, and it was with difficulty the steamer and DR. SURGEON, asso- with up E S Sullivan DScholh'eld Catsup, by
despatch 26th
ult. ,
on
of L. PARMLY Mobile DODGE & GARDNER .
Ala. ,
other towboats were saved. The wind was would Guthrie, Jas V J
high at the time, and the few bales thrown very into respectfully inform the citizens of Apalachicola, MEMORANDA.Capt. Graves, Joel H Subway, Capt C apl6 40'"( Water itreet.9nuar .

the river while on fire were consumed after reach that he will remain in town for three weeks; ands Rogers Gray, Perez D 2 Sherman! E LBS of wrought Spikes, assorted.
of
ing the water. Boat No. 1 had on board 708 bales i prepared to see all those who may require his Bark Commerce, fm Boston, Giles, JohnGraves Stan, V li ,9'.3'J '3 For sale byROBERTS
services teeth reports on the second day out in gale from south W W ScAmmon, C M 1'
of cotton, and only nineteen were saved. The either in inserting or filling, having a ap6! 4t ALLEN & CO. '
loss is estimated at about 20000.Ga. Journal. procured a pleasant room at Mr. Butt's residenceon ard, loss of one man (Henry Hollinger, of Boston) Gorham, Jos F Sellers, A CSpeddenJ .

Market street, near the Promenade. off main.topsail yard. Lost fore-topsail yard and Hsyden Hollowell C John S Jos ASpedden Wharves for Rent at Auction :
,
SFECIE.The brig Selma, arrived at Mobile Apalachicola, March 30, 1844. m30 3t* fore-top gallant yard-experienced rough weather Hoytt, Eben, Swinton, A B On Saturday, April 20th, at 12 o'clock* M. at -

from New York, on the 19th inst., had $70,000, during the whole passage.FASHIONABLE Henning, C T Steinson, Geo M 2 the corner of the Apalachicola Exchange, j. : I Itt
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* principally in gold, consigned to two houses in HHDS New Bacon, just received, and for -- -- .- Hodges, S H Sprowl, C on Water street, will oe leased (to the_Jtiffbest bidder / t
that city.A OU sale by B. ELLISON &. Co. Hollenbeck W Seely.TG under the superintendence of ](. "*! Moses, $
SPRING AND SUMMER
apl6 33 Water st. Hamilton Jacob Surr J B that term of
Esq., Master in Chancery, for one 7 .
Irmt.u Just received per brigs Caro- Hutchens, A P Soule, Alfred from and after October 1-,1844. 211 of 600 ,- '
Recollect sir said :
. a tavern keep.er line E. Platt and Wm. L. Jones fashionable year
AND WINES.-Brandy-Otard, ; a assortment HarrisonVm Trofatter, G L 2
to a gentleman who about his house LIQUORS feet of improved wharf, know f the Columbus.. ./
was leaving of -
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Spring and Summer Goods consist.
without & Co's; A Seignette's.Gin Hurlbut, J C Taylor, Capt E .'
paying his reckoning" recollect, sir. ifhere. -Holland anchor brand. ing of:-Drop d'ete Frock and Dress coats ; Howell, J D Treadwell.DH 2 Co. Wharves, in the city oTApalaclucola. :- ''
you lose your purse, you didn't pull it out Whiskey-Old t Scotch Monongahela. Black and blue Orleans Cloth do. Henderson, J J Taylor, Chas Terms-One-eighth c h on the day of sale; .
; of and
U Thibet Cloth do. Harden J H Talbot, MrHThigpen one-fourth on the first day January .
Owwcfum.-.Welearn that the Rev. Mr Wein- Wine-Old Madeira; Sicily ; old pure Port; Gambroon Sack Coats Henderson, J D i C the remainder on the first day of March;,1845; :. .

tephflin, the Catholic Priest who was charged Champaign, for sale by Summer Tweed Sack ;Frock and Dress Hamlin, W C Trasey, G W the two last named payments to be secured. byati5f&tcforv ;: -
with DODGE & GARDNER, coats. '
committing a rape in Evansville, Indiana, Humphry, John Tyler, Jared endorsed notes* -. \. .
*me two years ago, has been convicted, and that apl6 40 Water st. Kentucky Jean do. do. Henderson, Joseph Tnigpen, T avis 2 BEXJ- BOURSE, SpecJalBaillit I--;, <. .;.

S? was yesterday committed to the penitentiary GOSHEN CHEESE-A fresh lot just received Drap Plain and fete figured Pants;gambroon Fancy Cassimere Pants; do. Hicks owardtV, It B H Troye,,ETatera Capt SHarper Apalachicola, March- 2ft_____1844._____.____________;___._.._,_-_...j/,_4. :. -
wonvijlc for the tenn of five years.-Ltn.- sale by B. ELLISON & Co. Summer ,' '
tfe JOfD"na.7'1&t /. Tweed do; Stackapus do. Wm Thornton, R 2 subscribers take this method :
ap6! 33 Water st. Trape and twilled Cottonade do. Jenkins, E B Tommey, V R NOTICE-The tfase who are indebted to

Ammcan fail PAINTS, OILS, &C.-75 kegs White Lead; Granduville Pants; Jackson, Edward Van Schriber, Charles them, that they arc in immediate want of the

e.of the clerks in the Company.-Mr. Hatch, Black Paint ; 10 do Green; Plain and fig>'>d satin Vests; Fig'd Silk do. Koster, G \Vhittlesy, Benj amount of their bills. They have become perfectly -
office of the American Kellog, Capt \Vheaton, R S
Yellow Plain and without will '
that
111 1 bbl Ochre 5 bbl Linseed Oil fig'd Muslins. satisfied patronage pay 4-
: Company, has been held ; ; Keeler, T Woodrufl; L T ... .:
to bail Boston in bill
at do Also, a assortment of Handkerchiefs and that from this date all In-
100 by order of the P. M. G. 2 Spirits Turpentine; general Knowse, W K \Vad worth, VIm not answer, S
tactrazy to the law of Congress.for sending a letter 250 galls Sperm Oil ; Suspenders, Hosery, &.C., &c. Keazer DavidKorshbaum Wilson, Henry ciirred must te paid before delivery of'P* goods .

200 Paint Brushes, assorted! for sale by For sale by S. B. HAMILTON, R 2 Wing A B W 3 To t.loseJho have been punctUal can say ": :

Three Iare four story brick;;: DODGE & GARDNER, ap6 47 Water street. Lathrop, E Wood, Tilman that we shall be" as ready as ever tgrve them u : '
p tl Street v warehouses on apl6 40 Water st. Locklar, J E White, Capt J usual and with greater dispatch/as we shall notbe : .
in Louisville, owned by Samuel K. ON CONSIGNMENT.- Lawrence, Chas Williard, E C troubled with those who do i0t pay. ,
i....C'IEaq. were destroyed by fire on Thursday & OAKUM.- 20 bbls Irish Potatoes; LewIs, Asa Willson, Charles LAWRENCE & CAIGH. "'- -'."!

812,000. CORDAGE of Manilla Cordage, assorted; 20 do superfine Flour; Lowell, Jog B Wedman, DavidWhitman. Apalacbicola, March .11, 1844. mil .1m .. ( -

driLl by jury has been decreed in j Russia by a 25 bales Oakum DODGE, for sale& by GARDNER, 30 10 coils boxes Rope Tobacco, for ;sale by Leete Lawson., Geo P A W 2 Winson, Isaac Richard 2 T7ESTERN. PROflUCE3'_ t: _received_ p J/\ i.j"V

ofeeven votes in the Lyons, :B H Young Mr from New Orleans .,. '
$ second Chamber ap8 40 Water street. CHESTER, FARRIOR & McGRIFF, V schr Lion .'.' 0
Persons calling for of the above letters i : = ',
.. apl6 It 44 Water street. any 50 bbls Whiskey; -
will
!o PITCH &, TAR.-Just received please say advertised.BALTZELL. P. M.1BBLSprimeWe5tPrnFlbur,1Ustre4I. 50 do Flour; .. -- .'..,.#'''1
OAKUM GEO. F. -
t on.-on Thursday afternoon, a daring at. bales Oakum; WINDOW SHADES-A fresh assortment of 5 hhd Bacon Sides; ':: ':. .
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?Jt Was mad.e to burn the new Court House,in 10 do Pitch; patterns, just received, and for 5 do Shoulders. ? J '_ -S' '

the Iart 1' .Ie ng fire to some combustibles in 6 do Tar, for sale by sale by B. ELLISON & Co. I fot sale by B. ELLISON & Co. For sale by M.' A. MYERS 4'i' .',;. ; -

-kiDdhng wood and charcoal. apI64t ROBERTS, ALLEN t CO. ap6 r"i"- ", 33 Water si. ap6! 33 Water st. mari 28WeTf. ; 1J '

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An OrdinanceTo goods, wares and merchandise sold within theY

SALE OF LOTS IN APALACHICOLA AT LEGAL NOTICES. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICES, raise a Revenue for the we of the City of limits of the city of Apalachicola, by any penon

AUCTION ON THE 10th DAY OF APRIL. Apalachicola the year 1844, and for other or persons whomsoever, since the first day Of
-Six weeks after date I shall apply February last, and from and after the
NEXT IN FRONT OF THE APALACHICOLA purposes. passage of
of Florida. NOTICE s
p a EXCHANGE. Apalachicola District Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and this ordinance shall be liable to such tax as is

WILLIAM MATTHEWS, be- In Superior Court-Franklin County. County Court for the County of Franklin, for Council of the City of Apalachicola, That the may be imposed by ordinance of the city council on,
,
WHEREAS from the Apalachicola Alphonse Loubat, } IN CHANCERY. Letters of Administration on the estate of Amory following Taxes be levied upon all property and SEC. 12. Be it further ordained, That w b a.

tt t Land Company on the! 16th day of April, IbJo, David D.\'s.Churchill Bill to foreclose Mortgage. Rogers, deceased, late of Franklin County, Fla. persons within the limits of the city of Apalachicola ever the tax collector shall find that the assessor*
} B. T. CARD. have omitted
front at at the rates and in the manner hereinafter any persons or property liable
of lots No. 7 and 12, en block B., range affidavit, that the to
the price of fifteen hundred dollars payable one- IT appearing David D.to Churchill the Court,by the above defendant, Apalachicola, March 23, 1844. provided, regard being had to the real value of taxation, it shall be his duty, and he is hereby

third cash due on the 15th day of September, 1835; resides the jurisdiction of this Court, and OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply the same, viz: required, to report the same to the City Council
1S3G and beyond Upon the full value of all unimproved real estate and to.collect the regular tax on all such perlsons
one-third on the 15th day of September out of the Territory of Florida, butIthn the to the Honorable Judge of the County! Courtof
the 15th day of September the sum of fifty cents on each and every hun- or property.
the remaining one-third on that publication be Franklin of administration
ordered letters
notes United States: It is county, for dred dollars of said value to be assessed the SEC. 13. Be it further ordained
two
by That all
1837, for which last payments made in some newspaper published m the city of on the e4ate of JOHN LOCKE, deceased. : tran.
were given each dated April 18th, 1836, with m- week for four mO'ths-! requiring ASA D. GOVE. city assessors. sient or temporary merchants, and traders, who
Apalachicola a
once
1835, which notes remain mr4 6w Upon all town lots and other real estate on have not rented a store or place for business
terest from Sept. 15th, him to and answer the said bill of Apalachicola, March 2, 1844. _
unpaid with the interest accrued thereon. appear before the expiration of that which is erected a house or other building (ex- the full business season, shall be required to make

;. GEORGE. HARRISON and DAVID G. complaint time the on said or bill will be taken as confessed TVTOTICE.-Six months after date,I shall apply cept such as are owned and used only for public monthly returns, under oath, of all sales and

RANEY, Merchants, using the name and styleof or him and such further order given in the IM to the Honorable Judge of the County Courtof worship), the sum of twenty-five cents on each I commissions; and the tax collector shall call call

Harrison & Raney," became purchasers from against premises to, the Court may seem justice.: Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from and every hundred dollars of the full value thereof I such and collect from them a tax of twenty.

4 the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 21st day as Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, the administration of the estate of John S. Ran- including the improvements thereon, to be assessed five cents on every hundred dollars of sales of

of April, 1836, of that part of Wharf, lot No. 22: (J.Copy&/L.-BRANCH, Clerk. dolph, late of said county, deceased. by the city assessors. .... merchandise, and three dollars on every hundred

l! being directly in front of lot No. 9, block E, first Solicitors for Compl'ts. FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor. Upon all wharf property, the sum of thirty dollars of commissions, brokerage, &c.

range, at the price of three thousand dollars, payable Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4m Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m cents on each and every hundred dollars of the SEC. 14. Be it further ordained, That all or.

as follows; one-fourth cash, one-fourth one Six months after date I shall apply full value thereof, to be assessed by the city as- dinances, or parts of ordinances, conflicting with
4 year after date, one-fourth two years after date, Franklin: Superior Court. NOTICE- of the County Court for Frank- sessors. the provisions of this ordinance be, and the same

and the remaining one-fourth three years after Henry D. Darden, } Attachment for $12,000.vs. lin for Judge letters of dismission from the ad- Upon the gross amount of all sales of goods, are hereby, repealed.

date,for which three notes were by them executedas > Damages 25000. ministration county of the estate of Martin Snyder, late wares and merchandise sold at private sale, from Passed by Council, March 22d, 1844.

above and dated June 1st, 1837, for the sum of Daniel McDougald, } of said deceased.Dec the first day of February, 1843, to the first day of DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.

seven hundred and fifty dollars each with interest TilE defendant and all others interested are 25 county, 1843. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r.NOTICE.SiX February, 1844, twelve and a half cents on every WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
from date, two of which now remain unpaid with notified of institution of the above hundred dollars. -

the interest accrued thereon. suit, and are required to plead according to law. months after date, I. shall ap- Upon the gross amount of all commissions or SALE OF LOTS IN APALACHICOLA, AT

\' NATHAN BAKER, became purchaser from BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS, the Judge of the Court fees of every auctioneer, commission merchant, AUCTION, ON THE 8th DAY OF MAY

the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 7th day Atty's for Pl'fF. for the county of Franklin, for letters of Dismis- factor or broker, the sum of one dollar and fifty NEXT, IN FRONT OF THE APALACHI.

t of March, 1637, of lot No. 3, in block No. 14, in Apalachicola, Nov. 22d, 1813. feb9 3m sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of cents on every hundred dollars; and upon the COLA EXCHANGE.

the city of Apalachicola, at the price of twelve said county, gross amount of profits of every banking institution I. WHEREAS, COSAM EMIR BARTLETT
hundred dollars. payable as follows; onefourthcash Franklin Superior Court.to deceased.S.. H. HARTSHORNE, branch or agency, insurance company, or purchaser from the Apalachicola
one-fourth on the 7th day March, 1838, one Spring Term, 1814. Nov. 30, 1843. 45 Administrator. agency of such companies, from the first day of Land Co. on the 7th day of March, 1837, of Jots

fourth on the 7th day of March, 1S39 and the remaining Raphael J. Moses, } ATTACHMENT $302 20. February, 1843,to the first day of February, 1844, No. 2 in block No. 26, at the price of ten hun.

one-fourth on the 7th day of March, 1840, I WilliamSTillev. Damages $500. N OTICE.-Six months after date I shall applyto the sum of one dollar and fifty cents on every dred and fifty dollars, and did pay $262 50 and executed .
for which three last payments notes were duly $ the Judge of the County Court for Frank- hundred dollars of such profits or premiums. his notes each for $262 50, payable on the

executed with interest from date, which last note THE defendant and all others interested, will lin county, for letters of Dismission from the Upon the nett amount of profits arising from 7th day of March, 1S3S, 1839 and 1840,whicb are

r remains unpaid,with the interest accrued thereon. take notice of the institution of this administration of the estate of Robert Robinson, the lease of all wharf property, the sum of one unpaid with the interest. Also, the same, at the

WILLIAM H. WILDER, became purchaser suit by attachment, and appear and plead to the late of said county, deceased.H. dollar and fitly cents on each and every hundred same time, became purchaser from the same of

\.. from the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 7th same according to law. R. J. MOSES, B. STONE,Adm'r. dollars of said profits. lot No. 15, and fraction adjoining in block C,

day of March,1337, of lot No. 4, block 14, at the Apalachicola, Jan. 30th, 1S4J. feb5 3m Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. BmNOTICESix Upon each and every lawyer, physician, sur- second range, for twenty-five hundred dollars,

.: price of ten hundred and fifty dollars, payable as geon-dentist portrait or miniature painter, en- and did execute his notes each for $833 33,paya.
months after date I shall
follows ; one-fourth cash, one-fourth payable on Territory of Florida. Courtof apply gaged in the practice of his profession, fifteen ble the 7th day of March, 1938, 1839 and 1840,
the 7th day of March, 1838, one-fourth on the 7th JACKSON COUNTY. Judge of the County dollars. which are unpaid with the interest.

I day of March, 1839, and the remaining one-fourth In Richard Wilson, Esqr.'s Justice's Court.M. Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from Upon each and every white male inhabitant, "ELWOOD BURDSELL became purchaserftothe

on the 7th day of March, 1810, for which three L. Cavert, > ATTACHMENT for $31 26 the estate Willis Yon, deceased.A. over"the age of twenty-one years, who shall have Apalachicola Land Company on the 7th day '
Administrator.
last payments notes were duly executed, with interest vs. > Returnable to March Term, G. SMITH, resided within the corporate limits of this city March, 1837, of lot No. 3, block H, second range,
1 from date, two of which notes now remain Henry B. Cooper. > 1844. Apalachicola, Nov 11, 1843. nil 6m for thirty days preceding the publication of this at the price of sixteen hundred and twenty-nre

unpaid with the interest accrued thereon. THE defendant and all others interested are -All persons indebted to the estate ordinance, the sum of two dollars. dollars: and did execute his notes each for$54166
ERASTUS CHITTENDEN,became purchaserfrom notified of the institution of the above NOTICE deceased payable on the 7th day of March, 1838, 1839 and
J. FLOYD, are requested Upon each and every free person of color, the
I suit attachment, and required to and 1840, which are unpaid with the interest.
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 7th by appear to make immediate payment to the un- sum of twenty-five dollars.
day of :March, 1837, of lots Nos. 1 and 2, in block plead to the same as the law directs.M. dersigned, or her agent D. G. Raney, Esq., and Upon each and every slave between the ages JOSEPH C. BURDSELL became purchaser
No. 14 in the of at the L. CAVERT, Plaintiff. from the Apalachicola Land Company on the 7th
city Apalachicola, price
f all persons having claims or demands against of ten and sixty the sum of two dollars, to
years of March 1837 of lot No. 4 block H second
of hundred dollars follows Marianna, Feb. 20, 1844. m23 day ,
twenty-six payable as
; said estate, will present them duly authenticated be the such slaveor
paid by owner or person hiring range, at the price of thirteen hundred and 8e'P.ntyfive -
o one-fourth cash,one-fourth on the 7th day of March within the time prescribed by law or this notice slaves, or having him or them in possession. dollars, and did execute his notes each for

J fJ 1838, one-fourth on the 7th day of March, 1S30, Territory JACKSON of COUNTY.In Florida.. will be plead in bar.SARAH. Upon each and every horse or,mule (except $458 33, payable on the 7th day of March, I838T:
and the remaining one-fourth on the 7th day of M. FLOYD, Executrix. those used in licensed drays), the sum fof three 1839 aud 1840, which are unpaid with the iiteiest
March, 1840, for which last three payments notes Richard Wilson, Esqr's Justice Court. Apalachicola, March 11th, 1844. mil 2m dollars. JOHN BISHOP & Co.became purchasers from
J were duly executed, with interest from date, one Horace Ely, Attachment for $38 06. each and four-wheel the Apalachicola Land Company on the 22d'day
of which notes remains unpaid with the interest vs. > Returnable to February term, -All persons indebted to the'estate Upon every pleasure car- of March, 1838, of lot No. 9, in block 149, at the!
NOTICE drawn horses the
t accrued thereon. Henry Cooper. ) 1844. L. Battle, late of Jackson county, riage by two or more sum of price of two hundred and fifty dollars and did par

f ROBERT J. FLOYD, became purchaser from defendant and all others interested are deceased, are hereby requested to make imme- ten dollars; and upon each and every pleasure $83 33, and executed their notes each for $S3'-J: ,
i THE notified carriage, chair or sulkey drawn by one horse, the payable on the 22d day of March, 1839 and 1340,
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 16th day of the institution of the above diate payment to the subscriber ; all those having
of April, ltf33, of lot No. 3, in block No. 16, in suit by attachment, and required to appear and demands against said estate must present the same sum of five dollars. one of which is unpaid with the interest.

the city of Apalachicola, at the price of eleven plead to the same as the law directs. within the time prescribed by law, or this notice Upon each and every dog, the sum of one CHARLES EDMONDSTON, of Charleston LanaCompany

hundred dollars, payable as follows ; one-fourth HORACE ELY, Plaintiff. will be plead in bar of their recovery.D. dollar. became purchaser from the Apalachicola
cash, one-fourth the 16th day of 1839 Marianna, January 30th, 1844 s to dui DOnSEY BATTLE, Adm'r. SEC. 2. Be it further ordained, That everyslave' on the 20th day of April, 1836, of lots
on April,
Nos. 1 and 9 in block Dz and lots 5 and 16 .ia
Jackson Co., Feb. 19, 1944. febl9-2m brought into the city for sale or hire, shall ,
one-fourth on the 16th day of April, 1840, and be subject to a tax of five dollars; and it shall be block HI, at the price of ten thousand, two hundred
the remainin one-fourth on the 16th day of April, Franklin Superior Court. the of the and fifty dollars, and did pay $2,56'250 aid
OTICE.-All having claims duty tax assessors to ascertain the
1841, for which last three payment notes were William Lawrence, Compl't,} Bill for Divorce. N persons against executed his notes each for $2,56250 payable
on
number of all such slaves and
Thomas Williams, late of Jackson to assess the said
,,
'duly executed with interest from date, one of vs. > December Term, county, I the 20th day of April, ISJ7, 1838 and 1839, one of
which notes remains uppe.id, with the interest Elizabeth Lawrence, Deft. ) 1843.CAME deceased, are required to present the same duly tax on the owners or persons in possession of such which is unpaid with the interest.
accrued thereon. the complainant by counsel, aud it ap- authenticated within the time prescribed by lawor slaves, and hand over such assessment to the tax WILLIAM LOW became purchaser from the

JOHN R. CHAPMAN,became purchaser from pearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the this notice will be plead in bar of their re- collector, who shall forthwith give notice to said Apalachicola Land Company on the 16th day of

,, the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 15th day defendant resides beyond the limits of the Terri covery. All persons indebted to said estate are owners or the persons in possession, to make pay- March, 1838, of lot No. 3, in block 17, at the price'of

i I l Fr of March, 1838, of lot No. 1, in block No. 183, tory Court of that Florida.the defendant Therefore do it appear is considered here on by or the be- requested to make immediate settlement. ment of the said tax; and on failure to do so, the seven hundred dollars, and did pay $175, and
THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator. tax collector shall immediately proceed to collect executed his notes each for $175, payable on the
in the of four
t the city of Apalachicola, at price fore the expiration of three calendar month from the
Marianna Jan. 19th the sameas be or is hereinafter 16th March, 1839, 1840 and 1841, two of whichare
hundred and fifty dollars payable as follows; one date hereof, and answer the complainant's bill of 1844. j jan22 6mWM. may providedfor. unpaid with the interest. .
fourth cash, one-fourth on the 15th day of March complaint, or the same will he taken pro nfe8lo. CHARLES C. MILLS became' purchaser fromthe
I 1839, one-fourth on the 15th day of March, 1840, And it is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large SEC. 3. Be it further ordained, That every Apalachicola Land Company on the 27th day
in the Commercial Advertiser for horse mule
into
or the
and the remaining one-fourth on the 15th day ofMarch,18.H published well selected stock of DRY GOODS, brought city for sale shall of February, 1839, of lots Nos. 8, 9 and 10, ia
three months consecutively.Copy. be
ofCloths subject to a tax of three dollars, to be assessed block 45 the of fifteen hundred dollars
for which last three payments notes consisting :- at price ,
Teste GEO. F. BALTZELL
were duly executed, with interest from date, one MOSES( ,)Solicitor., Clerk., Cassimeresand Kerseys; and collected. as provided for in section 2d of this and did pay $375, and executed his notes each for

of which notes! remains unpaid with the interest ...... Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets; ordinance.SEC. $375 payable on'the 27th February, 1840, 1841
I I .accrued thereon.MARGARET. Foreign and Domestic Prints; 4. Be it further ordained, That all per- and 1842, all of which are unpaid with the interest.
U. S. MARSHAL'S: SALES. sons residing beyond the boundaries of the cityof .
l F. BOWER, Executrix of Ebe- Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
AMBROSE
Apalachicola, who come into the city to SNOW became purchaser from tie
nezer J. Bower, deceasedbecame purchaser from Bleached and unbleached Sheetings carryon
; their regular business, shall be liable to the Apalachicola Land Company on the 16th day of
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 16th day IT. S. Marshal Sale. Shirtings ; tax is March, 1838, of lot No. 9, in block 11, atthepriceof
ot March of lot No. 10 in block No. same as imposed by this ordinance on the
1838, 52, Cotton
Osnaburgs; one thousand dollars and did
virtue of a mortgage fie fa., issued from the business and of pay $250 an eI.
an the city of Apalachicola, at the price of five BY Court of Franklin to directed And every other article in their line adaptedto property persons residing therein. ecuted his notes each for $.150. payable the 16th
hundred dollars, payable as follows; one-fourth in favor of the Bank of Pensacola county me the country trade. dec4 y SEC. 5. Be it further ordained, That it shall March, 1839 1840 and 1841, all of which are un-

cash, one-fourth on the 16th day of March, 1839, Chittenden, et al. I have levied the againstE be the duty of the city assessors to make diligent paid with the interest.
following
one-fourth on the 16th day of March, 1SW, and on N CONSIGNMENT-4 hhds CROCKERYWare inquiry as to all property liable to.taxation, to CHARLES McKINNEY, became purchaser
the-remaining one-fourth on the 16th day of March property, being in the City of Apalachicola, assorted, for country trade; put the necessary questions and make the required from the Apalachicola Land Company, on the>22d
and known
1641, for which last three payments notes were and designated on a plan of said cityas Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left- explanations, and take all proper measures for the of May, 1838, of lot 1\0.11,block second raflfff,
lots Nos. (1) one and two in block for I
(2)) thousand hundred
(14)) one five dollars, and didpaj
executed with interest from date of wich Va. of
brand
duly one some superior cross ; purpose obtaining full and accurate returns,
fourteen, together with all the $375 and executed his each for
notes
buildings, improve- $375,pay-
which notes remains with the interest Goods and to make the
unpaid, Dry Hardware and Cuttlery assessment scale
; on a that will able
ments and appurtenances thereon, and thereto on the 22d day of May, 1839, 1840 and ISO,
accrued thereon, belonging, and shall the for sale Hollow and Tin Ware ; bear equally on all, as near as may be. which, are unpaid with the interest.
same at
And whereas, by the agreement made with public outcry before the expose Court House door in said Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c. SEC. 6. Be it further ordained, That the assessors JOSEPH FOSTER became purchaser from the

said parties, it was fully understood, that in case city, at 11 o'clock, a. m., on the first day of the ALSO, shall, so soon as the returns are completed, Apalachieola Land Company: on the 20th day of
of failure to said notes the said Coffee and Canal Flour April, 1836, of lots No. 15 and 19 in .E
pay Company next term of the Superior Court for Sugar, ; make out an alphabetical of all the block ,second ; -
should be at liberty to sell. "And it is further Franklin Old Sherry Wine, in cases ; such personsmaking range, at the price of three thousand fire
1Jr county, to the highest bidder for cash. returns, or liable to taxes in the
understood, that if the said (purchaser named) Said property All of which will be sold very low for cash. city, with the amount of their pay hundred dollars and did pay eight hundred and
to be sold subject to claim held respective dollars
? by Lewis assess- seventv-five and
shall each
fail! to pay either of the said notes, as they DAVID G. RANEY, executed his notes
Curtis and George Griswold their ments under the proper heads, and shall forth- for $875 payable the
respectively become due the said shall or assignees of 43 Water street. on 20th day of April, lid,
,
Company jan29
be at liberty, six hundred and fifty dollars with interest thereon with report the same to Council, to be approvedor 1838 and 1839, two of which are unpaid with tie
on giving thirty days notice, in a from the seventh day of March, 1837, till paid. corrected, as the Council shall direct. interest.H. .
public: gazette, published in Apalachicola, to re- PVISSOLUTION OF CO.P kRTNERSHIP.The .- R. TAYLOR
and
ell Bald lots ROBERT MYERS, U. S. Marshal. SEC. 7. Be it further ordained JOHN GORRIE became
,at thQ risk of nid (purchaser named) J-/ co-partnership heretofore under That when the purchasers from the
existing Apalachicola ,
Land
Apalachicola, Jan. 17th 1844. said tax list shall Company
have been
for the benefit
jan221mIT.
of sj: Company, and if any surplus the name and style of "SHERMAN & FORD," it approved by Council, on the 20th day of April, 1836, of lots 1 and 2,
shall be
remain, after pa5ng; of said notes, given for was this day dissolved by mutual consent.L. placed in the hands of the tax collector block28! for one thousand eight hundred and fifty
said lots, and all costs zitd expenses, the same Marshal's Sale. SHERMAN, who shall proceed to collect the same under dollars, and did pay $462 50 and executed their
shall be paid to said :"lr&dreg named) or his or B Y virtue of a decree from the Hon. SuperiorCourt S. R. FORD, the following provisions, viz:-The tax collector notes, each for $462, payable on the 20th day of

her legal representativeAnd whereas, saidparties for Franklin county, sitting as a Courtof Apalachicola, Feb. 24, 1844. shall attend at some convenient place in said April, 1837, 1S38 and 1839, two of which are Unpaid -
have failed to pay salQ notes herein be- Admiralty, to me directed, against the schr. city, for the space of fifteen days, from 9 o'clock, with the interest.
fore cited; Now said Company,: William R. Daffin, in favor of Samuel Alsardi, I A. M. until 4 o'clock, P. M., each day, (having AND WHEREAS, by the agreement made
n of THE makes known to his friends
pursuance undersigned with said
said agreement, will expose the lus shall expose to sale at public auction, at the previously given ten days' notice,) to receive pay- parties, it was fully understood that jj i
aforesaid he has of
at and the that purchased the entire case failure to said
the'said Company -
auction, in front of the Apalachico wharf in front of the Apalachicola Exchange, at public ment of taxes; and if, at the expiration of said should pay notes,
Exchan"'eI interest of his late partner, and will continue the be at liberty to sell. "And it is feather
in said city on the 10th day of Aprilucxt, between 11 o'clock Wednesday the third day of April business under his own name at the old stand. fifteen days, any taxes shall remain unpaid, he understood that if the said (purchaser named)
the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., a. M.for cash to pay the notes due thereon,in.Brea schr. William R. Daffin, her tackle, furniture and ginally assessed, from all delinquents, as herein- respectively become due, the said Company rfafl

cost and chaWes. apparel, to satisfy said Alsardi, libellant. ADDLERY-Received by late arrivals from after provided.SEC. beat liberty, on Riving thirty day's notice in a

r- Lewis CurtVj and George Griswold, trustees of ROBERT MYERS, Marshal. another 8. Be it further ordained, That the tax public gazette, published in Apalachicola, to resell -
? New York assortment of
the ApalachicolvJ Company, for the use oi Apalachicola, March 23,1844.Sheriff's Saddlery, collector is hereby vested with the same power said lots, at the risk of said (purchaser named).
John Mac hersori'8errien, for the use of David I consisting ofLadies' and authority to make distress and sale of property for the benefit of said Company, and if any *&
Selden By their Agent, B. G. ROPES. Sale. and Gentlemens' Saddles, of delinquents who may not have paid the tax- plus remain, after paying of said notes given for
Apalachicola March TY virtue of two writs of fie fa. issued from Coach Harnesses, due vested in said lots, and all costs and expense, the sameww
4th, 1841. m4 1m es said city, as is now collectors of be paid to said re
J-J Buggy (purchaser named) or his legal
tte County Court of Franklin
directed
County, taxes for the territory by the 16th section of an presentatives." ,

Card. to Zeba the SherifTof Franklin County, one in favorof Double Jersey Wagon Harnesses, act of the Legislative Council of the territory of And, whereas, said parties have failed to P I

: YARD AT APALACHICOLA.- Endeman, Administratrix, and one in Collars and Hanes, Florida, entitled an Act to raise a Revenue for faid notes as hereinbefore recited : Now, the saw.
:MARBLE: iTi01"W% II. Tallman, survivors, vs. Latham the Florida Company in of saw
of the
f ; ? r having established himself Bridles and Bridle Bitts, Territory approved 22d No- pursuance of the provisions
I shall expose to sale on Monday the vember and the of agreement, will the lots aforesaid for staleat
this 1828 owner expose
In which
city, ; property
\ /p that he has hand resectfully informs the publi oth day of May next, at 11 o'clock, a. m., in front Martingales, Circingles and Girts, be sold agreeably to said act shall be entitledto auction, in front of the Apalachicola Exchangein
I I on and will at all times b ready to furnish, at the shortest notice Marblework all the of various kinds. redeem the same same manner as is pro- the o'clock,
<< right, title and interest of Latham Babcock Carpet Bags hours of ten o'clock, A. M. and three
'{ of every kind and iairy] including in and to fractional lot No. two in block Also, a few Calf Skins and white and red Lin- vided for in the provisions of said act. P. M. to pay up the notes due thereon, interest,
,
(2) (11)
r Tombs, Tablets, Heat;& Foot Stones; eleven, with all.and the ing Skins, all of which will be sold low for Cash, SEC. 9. Be it further ordained, That the tax cost and charges. Terms to be made known!
Mantle Pieces and facias. thereunto singular appurtenances by PETER collector shall be held responsible for the full the sale.
Beaureau and Centre Taqe Tops belonging C., to -atisfy said fi. fas. march4 HOBART. amount of the tax list handed over to him for : Signed) C. H. AUSTIN*

.. Counter and Founta ; J. SHEPARD, Sheriff collection, unless released by the Mayor and : Agent Apalachicola Land Co. at Apal'Ie
In 1.c.c. Franklin County. On Council showing that he Apalachicola, March 30 1844.
short, all articles usually fond at an establuhment Apalachicola March Consignment. upon used due diligence ,
> 30, 144. tds .
of, the kind. The publu are m30 McKAY HARTSHORNE have received by to collect the same, and making a full and com- .
fully invited to call and examine for hemselves.respect In Bankruptcy. several packages Glass and plete return of all delinquents. Shavers, Look Out .

Ir 03- Orders'by mail, will be punctually attend In the United States District Court: Earthenware, which they offer for sale at very SEC. 10. Be it further ordained, That every THE undersigned takes this method of for canW nit &'

: ed to, and shipped to any of the landings on the, For the Apalachicola District of Florida. low prices. person residing within the city for three months of two> the people generally from trading B. Starr, d

J\:; river, carefully packed in strong boxes. JOHN ROACH, of Jackson county, having White: GraniteDinner Setts, complete, 149 pieces. in the year shall be considered and deemed an signed notes made payable to James for two a n d the
f 'rr SIDNEY R. FORD. a petition praying for his discharge and Fine Gilt and Painted China Tea Setts. inhabitant thereof, and all such of his or her' by Wilson Carlile, one for V Iit*

.3 OCJ-( : The Marble Yard is on Commerce street, certificate as a Bankrupt; it is ordered that cause Fine Blue printed Coffees and Teas. personal property held, possessed, used or enjoyed i will other be for three hundred dollars; the 1845 one neither

r immediately in the rear of McKay Hartshorne's: be shown before the Court against said petition,I Common uI in the city, as may come under the description which due on the 1st of March obtains titles, to_the
tore. feb20t. Marianna. on the first Manday in May next. White Granite and blue edged Plates and Dishes. of taxable property as specified in this ordi- lands will he pay, until he

(Test) B G ALDERMAN, Clerk. Common << u u nance, shall be liable to assessment,' and be proceeded for which said notes WILSON were gIven.y CARLI.LE-

ADVANCES, ON COTTON. The subscriber YONGE & TAYLOR, Atty's for Petioner. ALSO, with agreeably to the foregoing provisions marSO 3t
advancements on shipmentsofl Marianna, Jan. 25th, 1844. jan29 3mPILOT Flint Ground Bottom Tumblers. of this ordinance, if brought into and used within I: Tallahassee, Feb. 1st, 1844. _

Cotton, consigned to Messrs. Frederick Hut Do rough u the city during such
residence, although not
AND NAVY BREAD.
SO bbls andnowl'g
Pilot Do OTATOES-Just received
t t Co., Liverpool. pressed half-pint within the '
DAVID G. city the P
RANEY, on first-day of February
do Northern
for sale pre-
Navy, by Britannia from barque Tiberius, 200 bbls -
feb19
r -J3 Water street. feb5 capt Lamps, Preserve Dishes, &c. &c. ceding.SEC.. .
w A WOOD 23 Water st.
"
march23 S.
: "S&g
11. Be it further ordained, That all W-jftrrt. *

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