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VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1844. :'** [NUMBER 16.


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


CARDS.


CARDS.

H. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER,
No. 31 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.


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


Wm. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
nov25 ly Jlpalachicola, Fla.
McKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
novl Apalachicola, Florida.
W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,


James F. Farrier,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
May always be found at the office of Farrior &
Co. No. 44 Water st. He would respectfully so-
licit the patronage of his friends and acquain-
tances. dec25
H, R. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
No. 31 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.
Wm. Sydney Green, M. D.
DR. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres-
sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
der himself more useful in his profession.
Office on Centre, near Water street, dec25
A Card.
D OCT. S. W. SPENCER has removed his
office to the Baltzell Buildings, second floor,
over the store of N. Miller & Co. Entrance from
Chestnut street. His residence is on Live Oak
street, formerly the residence oflCharles Rogers,
Esq. dec4


JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
jan8 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,


Steamer Augusta.
B B a THE fine fast running first class
steamer AUGUSTA, Jas. B. Hall,
._iiaster, will run iregularly during
*, season between Apalachicola
and Columbus, wn the river will admit, touch-
ing at all the interediate landing. She will be
at EUFAULA on hdownward trip, every Wed-
nesday, and will take\eight or passengers on the
most reasonable terms~'nd insurance can be ob-
tained on her as low as h any other beat.
The Augusta's accom nationss for passengers
are not excelled, her Cin being all in State,
rooms, and every exertion *l be made to retain
the well known reputation ke has- sustained for
:safety, comfort and despatch.,
For freight or passage, applyO,
; STOW & ST\RR
THOSE. A. TY,
SAge, Eufaula.
B. ELLISON & uO.
mar4 Agents, Ap hicola.
Steamer Charlesten.
THE new, splendid F fast
!f a running steamer CHARL EON,
las^ ^ Freeman, Master, will, in eCnec'
nection with the LOWELL, itke
regular semi-weekly trips between Eufaula d
,Apalachicola, and all intermediate landings, al
When the condition of the river will warrant wi
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 bf carrying as
$nuch 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 & HARTSHORNE,
febl9 Agents Apalachicola.


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0MMECI HNL ADVERTISER,
PUNISHED EVERY SATURDAY
BY
A. A. DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN.
Office third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce & Chestnut streets,

AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM,
PAYAlBLE IN ADVAiNCE*
-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
Sixmonths,........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.
bb The following gentlemen are our authori-
sed agents; and they are empowered to receipt
for tie payment of any subscriptions, advertise-
ments or other printing, to be forwarded to us:-
B. 4. ALDERMAN, Marianna, Fla.
J. S SANCHEZ, St. Augustine, Fla.
J. ATKINs, Tallahassee, Fla.
E. V. GIBsoN, Quincy, Fla.
JAS PENN, St. Joseph, Fla.
N. AKExR, Brown's Ferry, Fla.
FRANCIS ARNoU, Calhoun County, Fla.
W. rABOR, Washington County, Fla.
A.. GREENWOOD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga.

Accommodation Stages.
THE subscriber begs leave to
inform the public, that he has
on hand two good TWO HORSE
CARIAGES, one he intends keeping in Talla-
hassle, 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
carefiil and obliging, and from his endeavors to
SBle angagccommodate the public heretofore, he
confidently hopes for a continuance of favor and
patronage. REUBEN SCOTT.
Chattahoochee, Fla., April 1, 1844.
03- The Stage will be found at the Planters'
Hotel, Tallahassee. apl6 3m


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T. H. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 50 Water street,
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
New York. novel ly
Thos. L. Mitchel,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
'Mr5RCHANT.
No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola.
dec7 ly
Dodge & Gardner,
GROCERS'& COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Vater street,
decl8 Apalachicola, Fla.
Samuel Schiffer.
WHOLESALE & DETAIL GROCER,
No. 49 W.ter street.
janl Apalachicola, Fla.
W. A. Vood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Waterstreet,
Apalachicol. novel ly


OAP-10 bxs No. 1 Boston yellow bar Soap.
10 boxes N York "
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.


Thomas Bertram,
-OMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
S NEW ORLEANS. nfl ly
S. B. Hamilton,
DE AER IN READY MADE CLOTBNG,
\ No. 47 Water street,
decl 1, j palachicola, Fz.

N. Miller & Co.
DEALERS N CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHO.S,
\ HATS, &c.
Corner ,yater and Chesnut streets,
Apalachicola. novel ly
JaS FL. rancis,
MERCHANT SAILOR & CLOTHIER
Nob. 2261 Bowyn, near Rivington st.
NEYOE~K. novel ly
P. Hobatt,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE,
Up Stairs, No. 42, Watei Street,
dec14 ly Aialaciicola.


SEATHERS.-Just received a quantity of live
Geese Feathers, which will be sold low for
cash by P. HOBERT,
feb26 42 Water st.


HAKER'S GARDEN SEED.--A fresh supply
just received and for sale by
febl2 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.

KENTUCKY BAGGING & BALE ROPE--
200 pieces Bagging; 200 coils Rope, for sale
On favorable termn by T. L. MITCHEL,
machl6 33 Water st.


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'Tis thus, when passion's fierce desire
Sets all the yielding thoughts on fire,
The conscience sounds th' alarm m
And then, religion plays its part,
To save the burning, broken heart
From further loss or harm.


For the Commercial Advertiser.
.Mr. Editor:-It is natural with me to take
pleasure in gazing upon the beauty that I find in
the face of sorrow. There is something in it that
softens the feelings and makes the heart better;
and there is nothing in life so desirable as a good
heart. The ocean is made up of drops of water,
and the moral microcosm is composed of as many
thoughts, which prompt to words and action.
Every thought, therefore, that will move the heart
to kindness, compassion or picy, will be more or
less useful according to the manner in which it is
presented. Versification is oftentimes a pleasant
way of attracting the mind, and as an occasional
indulgence of this sort affords me amusement, I
hope that neither you, or your readers, will be
displeased with--
THE PLIGHTED FAIR ONE.
BY WILLIAM SIDNEY.
No footstep sounded on the street,
Nor midnight breezes dar'd to meet,
To break the solemn gloom ;
The twinkling lustre of'the sky,
In soft effulgence, fell from high,
On April's virgin bloom.
Then, early scenes of childish love--
The winter's fire, and shady grove--
Stole o'er young Selwyn's mind
And dreams of bliss inflam'd his zeal,
And made a constant lover feel
That Mary would be kind.
Ah! dearest Mary, 'tis thy youth,
Thy worth and beauty draw the truth
Resistless, from my heart ;
If Selwyn loves, he loves indeed,
Nor lets his reckless fancy feed
On coquett'ry's vain art."
Then, my own Selwyn, let this night
Be witness of the sacred plight
That love delights to make;
The mem'ry of the April flowers--
This lovely night-these silent hours
I'll cherish for thy sake."
"Come, dearest Mary, to my arms,
And sacred here thy melting charms
Shall ever find repose.
Thy name shall glow in Selwyn's heart,
And there a constant balm impart,
To soothe his rising woes.
"But hark, my Mary! whence that sound ?.
The walls are gleaming all around-
A light sweeps o'er the sky-
A sudden blaze is shooting forth,
.as mnoug mtfell to earth,
And' fire methinKs h,,y ory.
"The watchman's cry of 'fire !' I hear--
A thousand tongues repeat with fear
The wild alarm of fire !'
The city bells sound quick and loud,
And water water!' in the crowd
Is heard in accents dire.
"And hark the engines' rumbling sound,
Like distant thunder, shakes the ground,
And bursting flames now roar;
The burning smoke and angry fire,
Around each glistening dome and spire,
In lurid terror soar."
Now, Selwyn views, with swimming eyes,
His dearest, fairest, long-lov'd prize-
Whose looks, his veins inspire.
Swift as the bounding roebuck flies,
Or eagle darting through the skies,
He ran, and shouted fire !"
The ready firemen boldly stand, '
And nimbly move each brawny hand,
To force the water high ;
And glitt'ring spray in beauty bends,
And on the curling flame descends,
In vap'ry smoke to die.
But still, the sudden flashes fly
Like lightning through a stormy sky,
And breaking timbers fall;
The flames as wildly bend their way,
Nor force, but of the winds, obey,
And stream from wall to wall.
The ringing bells repeat their sound--
Again the watchword passes round,
As screams of anguish rise;
And all around, where air can play,
The fell destroyer finds its way,
Mid dying, smothered cries.
The tradesman rushes to his store,
And boldly bursts the flaming door,
His treasures there to save;
The rattling chairs are backward borne--
The gambler's table overthrown--
The sick, God's mercy crave;
And knelt, beside the raging fire,
A form that angels might admire,
So lovely and so fair;
Her soft, white hands were gently rais'd,
While gleaming fire around her blaz'd,
As rose to heav'n her prayer.
But Mary's voice was heard too late
To soothe the frown of ruthless fate,
Or cheer the gloom of day;
She wander'd to a lonely spot,
And helpless, on a grassy plot
She saw her lover lay.
She threw herself upon the ground,
And in her tears a balm she found
To soothe her agony. *
While Selwyn gasp'd his life away,
She caught from heaven a glimmn'nng ray,
And poured this melody:


" Dear Selwyn, your journey of life is now o'er,
And soon your own Mary shall see you vo more ;
Your spirit will rise to he City of Love,
To mansions prepared in the kingdom above.
" Forsaken and dying, my Selwyp was found
By pitying angels, that hover'd around,
And swiftly they bork him, in rapture, above
The star-spangl'd sky, to the City of Love.
" There, c-ystallineffountains of life gurgle near--
The waly are ofIt ld, and transparent appear,
And, psl"ng the petals of death, he shall move
In glo divine, thr ugh the City of Love.
,' nen heavenly itaelody rolls through the sky,
xd glory eternal i bursting on high,
. ay Mary's last m sic then mingle above,
To sweeten his blis in the City of Love.


JVo. 136 Water Sp S0 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.


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A-id should the tow'ring mountains melt,
When round the earth a fiery belt
Of flaming cities glow,
The soal secure shall upward rise,
As round the lurid vaulted skies,
Angelic welcomes flow.
APALACHICOLA, April, 1844.
STREET FIGHT.-On Saturday last, about moon
says the Mobile Register of the 25th ult., a most
unhappy affray took place before the-post'-offic.
The particulars are as follows:---
A person named Lumsden, who, as far as we
could discover, is of respectable character and
demeanor, considered himself wronged by Mr*
Felix Senac, of the post-office. About noon.yes-
terday, Mr. Lumsden met Mr. Senac in the vesti-*,
bule of the Mansion House (whether by design o
not, is not known). Some angry words ensuAed
and, we believe, threats. The parties then sept-
rated, Mr. Senac going into the post-office. In a
moment he returned and approached Lumsden,
who was leaning against one of the awning posts
on Royal, near the corner of Conti street. Some
excited conversation ensued, and Lumsden struck
the other a slight blow in the face, with his hand.
Mr. Senac immediately drew a revolving pistol
and commenced firing it at him. The cap of the
first barrel exploded. The second and two others
took effect. One struck below the heart; the
other in the abdomen, and the third in t'he left
thigh cutting off entirely a portion of one or two
fingers of Lumsden's. The latter, after being
shot, drew a sword-cane, rushed on Senac and
would undoubtedly have killed him, if the Mayor
who was fortunately'near, had not interfered.--
He seized the arms of Lumsden, and covering the
breast of Mr. Senac, received a blow on the wrist
which cut it entirely through. The parties were
then separated, Lumsden, from weakness, fell
prostrate, and was carried into the office.-of Dr.
Levert, where all practicable remedies were ap.
plied to his wounds. In the evening he was still
alive, and hopes were entertained that he woWld
recover."
Extraordinary .Marriage Ceremony.p--The
neighborhood of St. John's Chapel, St. John's
square, Clerkenwell, has recently, as we learf
from a London paper, been the scene of great
interest and curiosity, in consequence of a cere*
mony of a most novel and extraordinary character
having taken place:--
Th- Rev. Mr. Hugh Hughes, minister of 'St..
John's Chapel, in the course of his visitations to
relieve the poor in the lower walks of life, anil
afford them religious aid, discovered a great riumn
ber of persons, (of both sexes,) living together in
a state of profligacy, Through the 'medium of
his exhortations they were brought to a sense of
the impropriety of such a course of life, and
eighty-six men and women, consisting of butchers
costermongers, tailors, shoemakers and others, of
various trades and callings, consented;a, t the re-
quest of the Rev. gentleman, to appear at St.
John's Chapel, on Monday, thee to go through
the matrimonial ceremony, gratis.
"Every arrangement was made for this occa&-
sion, and at an early hour the galleries were filled
with highly respectable persons, male and female,
in order to witness the ceremony, and the body
of the edifice was crowded, whilst the greatest
interest was manifested outside by riumerous
spectators. The police, and Bucklaw, the beadle,
were in attendance to keep order, and prevent
any inconvenience. At 8 o'clock in the morning
the happy couples' began to arrive, and they
were ushered through one door into pews. The
reverend gentleman at length took his -station it
the altar and commenced his labor, when het con.
tinued to go through the solemn ceremony amid
the greatest silence, until he successively solemn-
nized twenty-three marriages, some young, some
middle-aged and others old repentants. On Tues-
day, the Chapel was again crowded, and the cere-
mony was performed with twenty-eight more
couple."
LooK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE.-There is philo-
sophy here.--"Always look on the bright side.'
SNo matter how dark your path may be--no mait
ter how many briars obstruct your way, look
steadily on the bright side. Happy they whose
hearts are so constructed that all is bright before
them. The bitter is made sweet--the dark,
light; sorrow is turned into joy-grief into plea-
sure, and on every side, the good and beautiful-
the bright and the glorious, triumph over sin and
Sdeformity, fear and doubt, and the very heavens
that give blackness to the suspicions and moping
are hung in vestments of glory and grandeur so
beautiful, that the heart cannot contemplate them
without bursting with fulness of joy.

(C- A gentleman called upon a friend last
summer, and who had recently signed the lem-
perance pledge, and was asked by his friend to
take a glass of wine with him. '
"Why," replied the guest, I thought you had
signed the pledge."
So I have, but then you know all signs fail in
dry weather," replied the host.
COTTON GOODS TO CHINA.--It is stated that
one house in Boston has shipped 700,000 pieces
of cotton goods to China within the last year;
and the whole amount sent thither from this


country during the same period was two and a
half million pieces.
DUELLING.-Two musquetoes one morning,
met on a leaf in a garden. Both were filled with
the blood drawn from their last nocturnal depre.
dations. They were silent, and "dumpy," cross
and savage. One of them ran out his stng, and
wiped it on his. foreleg. The other thrust ,out
his sting, and pointed it towards the first mus-
queto. Tin's was considered an insult. And so
the offended musqueto steps up to the other and
says;--"'Did you turn up your sting at me ?"
Thie answer was, I ran out my sting; you can
gafply it as you choose."
Answer--"Sir, your remark savors of rascality."
"Bah !" exclaimed the other, "a downright
insult No gentlemanly musqueto will submit to
such treatment without demanding satisfaction!
Draw, villain, and defend yourself!" ;
They rushed together and running one another
through the body, died honorable deaths.'


Michael A. Myers,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.


SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER.
Seward Dill & Co.
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
0:- 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


Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped
Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also i
store. novl ly


to
in


jan29


Apalachicola, Fla.


David G. Raney,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 t1n Apalachicola, Fla.


D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 29 Water street.
nl Apalachicola, Fla.


L. W. Spratt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
W ILL for the future reside in this city. All
who have committed legal business to his
care while a resident of Quincy, will please ad-
dress him at this place. He e continue a regu-
lar attendance upon the courts of Jackson and
Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at
Tallahassee.
Afpla n rchiT A r-r n 9an W ,*"' 1844m<*
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844.


B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.


E. R. FLEWELLEN. MlI. AL. BUTT.
Flewellen & Butt,
,FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola, Fla.
(0- Liberal ad-vances made on Cotton shipped
to New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 6m


Ligon & Owens,
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Abbeville and Troy, Ala.
W ILL practice in the County and Circuit
Courts of the counties of Montgomery, Pike,
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing the
eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama.
WOODSON L. LIGON,
Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.
HASTINGS E. OWENS,
Troy, Pike co., Ala.
Refers to-


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Kimbrough & Ridgway,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Apalachicola, Florida.
WmF. H. KIMBROUGH.
JOHN I. RIDGWAY. 5
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. decl ly


Col. A McAllister, Henryco, Ala.
Gen. A J McAllister,co,
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


INSPECTOR OF LUMBER.-Having received
the appointment of Inspector of Lumber, I
will attend at any time to the duties of the ap-
pointment.
01f- Office 42 Water street-up stairs.
feb26 PETER HOBERT-


OTICE-JOHN LUCAS,Inspector and mea-
surer of Lumber for Franklin county-hopes
to merit and receive a share of patronage.


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 "1
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 cold cotton fast colors.
150 pairs Gents Prunella, 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
,O N CONSIGNMENT-50 boxs manufactured
Tobacco, which will be sold very Irv for
cash or on short time for approved papeY
DAVID G. RA1V-Y,
marl 43 Wat-r street.
? ICE-A fresh supply of a pri-e article, for
-L sale lowby T. L. "ITCHEL,
narchl6 33 Water st.


Moore & ITMcXenzie,
COMMISSION ME CHANTS,
No. 32 Water stbet,
Apalachicola.
JOHN M. MOORE. >
Wm. A. MCKENZIE, novrl ly
Farrior & C
COMMISSION AND FOhWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Water-street,
nov25 ly Apalacicola, Fla.
J. W. Woodland &Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. 1ovl ly


"Green over his b dy the myrtle shall wave,
And roses and jess mines cover his grave,
And Mary shall mo rn, like a lone turtle dove,
And fly from his to nb to the City of Love."
A dying smile er cheek lay'd o'er
And mournin Mar spak o more"
ATid lifeless nearhim lai
The night of horror roll'd a
But still it ws a gloomy day
The dreadful havoc made. \

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Jlpalac'a, Apri- LU, "44,
Burglary.-Onre f the msl daring and .
rageous attempts to nnimit r-ibbery that has eve
occurred in our city vasp%.r;. -t-0,ed on Wednes-
day night last. Thb: door o' the new banking-
house occupied by the B. of Florida, was
forced open and the 'iank entered, no doubt with
the intention of rot- ong it. T he burglars, it
seems, attempted to a cb th, vault of the bank,
but failed, and we. t last 'isappoi"ted in pos-
sessing themselves of he speci-e belonging to the
institution. Theper'.x trators d-f this outrage are
yet unknown, thi-ugh : hope t">"-y will not long
be permitted t(, remain :-.Fh'iiar. ,.


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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.


plain, satisfactorily, the manner in which they
effect the cure. Indeed, what can we know of a
disease, or how can it be remedied on scientific
principles, when its causes are so obscure as to
elude the researches of all classes of philoso-
phers ? If this be true, as applied to the milder
forms of malarial disease, every medical man
must admit that yellow fever, and even the high-
er grades of congestive and the common bilious
fevers, are beyond his control, and prove either
the feebleness of the healing art, as a science, or
the inefficiency of its practitioners. The un-
manageable symptoms of these diseases, as they
spring up, plunge the most learned and expe-
rienced into doubt and despondency, while their
frequent termination in death appals the heart of
the stoutest. Justly confident of the utility of
their profession, as physicians generally are, and
proud as many of them may be of their individual
skill, all must acknowledge that the higher grades
of malarial disease, and more particularly when
it assumes the, form of the epidemical yellow
fever, mock alike the scientific efforts of the en-
lightened physician and the presumptuous labors
of the empiric. But if it were otherwise-if
these diseases submitted readily to the control of
medicine--how infinitely superior to their most
successful treatment must that device be which
promises to make certain, with due precautions,
the impossibility of their existence! That
must be a decided improvement in the art of
medicine which provides the means of preventing
diseases." It must also be admitted that, inde-
pendent of the suffering which, in a greater or
less degree, accompanies every disease, ,, its pre-
vention is of greater consequence to society than
its cure;" and, we trust, the time will soon
arrive when the attention of medical men will
be turned as much to the former as, in all past
time, it has been directed to the latter.
As the only rational system of preventing mal-
adies must be founded on a means of preventing
the generation of their cause, or of turning it
aside, we propose to show.how malaria, so far as
it affects the safety of man, may be rendered in-
nocuous; and, consequently, how the whole class
of diseases it generates may be anticipated and
superseded. The discovery of the precise nature
of malaria is essential to a perfect knowledge of
this subject. Although our means for preventing
its effects are also better adapted than any pre-
vious device, for ascertaining its properties, we
cannot-pretend to have determined them. Evel
if our invention be fully adequate to solve tls
subtle and recondite question, we have not/et
had time or conveniences for making the requite
experiments. Whether, therefore, malaria be,
according to the opinions at present in vfkue,
dependant upon vaporous or gaseous solatiois, or
their polarized condition in connection wit) neg-
ative or positive electricity, or any other sate of
matter, must still be classed among those arcana
of nature which will only reveal themselves to
time and an adequate means of investigation.
Felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere eaisa,
.Jtque metus omnis et inexorabile fattm,
Subjecit pedibus."
We know the effects of malaria, the dvious
means of preventing them, and that, as,in all
similar phenomena, an accurate scrutiny of these
effects must precede any safe reasoning or useful
experiments on the nature of their cause.
In presenting these numbers to the publiC, we
are well aware they will be found liable tb the
objection that several subjects are mingled to-
gether in a manner scarcely permitted Ly the
strict rules of criticism. Still, in advancing such
propositions as are legitimately connected with
the device, which is the foundation of our plan
for preventing the effects of malaria, we consider
it but proper that we should follow tkeei-ta their
natural, if not inevitable consequences. We make
no doubt, there are many points naturally con-
nected with the subject, and worthy of the maost
serious consideration, that have escaped oUtr at-
tention, while others have been treated lightly ,
and more, perhaps, have been dwelt upon wil
unnecessary prolixity. The subject, however.ls
as new as it is herein left unfinished, and adtts
of a far more extended applicatibtl tharn willip-
pear in the following numbers; but as it iobne
of momentous importance, there can be no pubt
that the labors of many, and abler menr 11 be
directed to its completion. '" JENneR)."
L- PosT-OmicE RE-oM.,--The Phildelphia
Ledger says, It is a matter of some dolt which
receives the most patronage--the replar mail
or the opposition lines ; so iiidignana1re great
portions of the public at the present exorbitant
and absurd rates of postage, and the pathy which
appears to prevail with lawmakers po" the sub-
ject, and so strong is the dispositi8;-tQ disregard
the provisions of the old laws in iation thereto.
This condition of things would h^ been a"oid-
ed, or would never have existedto the extent it
now does, and if attempted, th entire press and
public would have sustained fe Government of-
fice in the contest, had our ,ggestions to Con-
gress for several years past heeded, and post-
age reduced and rendered/0" 3131 t the de-
nominations of Federal."OneS^ as they should
have been.
We are informed tat an attempt was made a


day or two since, to ;rest one of the opposition
agents, just as he about stepping on board
the cars at New yc,, or at Jersey City, for Phila-
delphia, when, u., i learning the business of the
officer who spokto him, he sprung aboard, and
was protected I the passengers on the ground,
openly proclpned by them, that they too had'
letters! and e man might as well undertake to,
arrest themll" Facts are daily occurring which,
speak in t!es of thunder to the Congress of the-
Nation,; .ts members have any time to spare.
from psident-making, to devote a portion of itt
to legating for the general public interest. The!
enactint of a judicious law for the regulations
of 'stages and the protection of the Post-office.
department, and the interests of the public eonr
I)ted therewith, is the most important of any,
iA excepting even the Texas and Oregon ques-
ons."
Useful Invention.--The third wheel has been
applied to steamers on the river Delaware, with
he most complete success and greatest utility.
t is constructed athwart the vessel, forward of
he engine, for the sole purpose of turning the
oat sideways, or in other words, changing her
position in an instant, to windward or leeward,
s may be desired. It is managed in a simple
manner by the engineer or person having charge.
,apt. Whilldin has this improvement attached to.
oth of his boats.--Phil. Gaz.
J\ew Orleans, March 30.-The schooner John
3arr, Capt. Hollingshead, arrived last evenigr,.in
even days from Vera Cruz, having on board T.
V. Murray and Donald Smith, two, of the Mie4
prisoners, recently liberated from Perote,
J\ew York, dlpril 3.--Capt. Clarke, of schpr.
'atuxet, arrived here last night fiom Matanzas,
forms us that four hundred slaves, connected
Faith the late conspiracy, were in irons, and were
3 be shot in a few days. One of them had poi-
oned a-whole family in Matanzaes- Capt. C.
eft on the 25th ult.-Sunt.


APALACRI0OLA, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1844.


/"


[From our Extra of Tuesday last.]
GREAT CONFLAGRATION!
The .Apalachicola Custom House and several
Stores in Ruins.!!
SBetveen 11 and 12 o'clock last night, our citi-
zens were aroused from their beds by a tremen-
dous and deafening explosion, followed imme-
diately by the ringing of bells and the appealing
cry of FIRE in every direction. We were among
the number who hastened to the spot, but we
had scarcely emerged into the street before the
flames burst ,forth from the windows and roof of
the buildings with frightful rapacity. We could
not, certainly, ascertain how the'fire originated,
but the current belief obtains that it broke out
in the Drug Store owned by Mr, B. S. Hawley, in
the row ot largebrick stores on Water street, be-
tween; Panton and Centre streets. The drug
store, with its entire contents (except Mr. Haw-
ley's book-safe), were destroyed. All the stock,
accounts, clothing, &c. of Messrs. Whitmarsh &
Richardson, dealers in 'Groceries, in the same
building, and nearly the entire stock of Messrs.
Avery & Jones in the adjoining building were
also consumed. The contents of the law office
of G. S. Hawkins, Esq. over the store of Avery
& Jones, were saved by the intrepid exertions of
several citizens, who perilled their lives by en-
teringthrough the windows, amidst the flames
and dense volumes of smoke, to save all in their
power. Mr. Hawley's iron chest was drawn out
from amidst the crackling flames and falling tim-
bers, by means of a long fire-hook; the books
and papers, although somewhat defaced, were
still sufficiently legible to be read. The books,
&c. of Mr. C. S. Tomlinson, who had an office in
the building, as also the bedding and wardrobe,
with some money, belonging to Mr. Jesse Lee-
a clerk employed in the store of D. B. Wood &
Co., and who had a lodging-room over Whitmarsh
& Richardson's-werelikewise destroyed. Three
or four other individuals are also sufferers to a
partial extent.
Through the intrepid exertions of our firemen,
aided by many of the citizens, the devouring
element was prevented from extending to the ad-
joining buildings; and, providentially, there was
little or no wind astir at the time, or there is no
telling the extent of the destruction which must
have ensued, as, besides other combustible ma-
terial, there are from six to seven thousand bales
of Cotton lying on our wharves.-Our citizens
are yet busy, reclaiming all they can from the
smouldering ruins, and we cannot correctly ascer-
tain on whom the heaviest loss will fall, but we
hear it stated that the loss to the Georgia Insu-
rance Co, will fall little short of 13 or 14,000
dollars.
Mr. Hawley, we understand, who, with the
Trustees of the Life and Trust Bank, owned the
building he occupied, was insured to the amount
of $4,000 on the house, and $5,000 on the con-
tents. The other building belonged to Messrs.
J. Lahens & Co. of New York, which was in-
sured to the amount of $4,000. The amount of
insurance on the stock of Messrs. Avery & Jones
is $6,000, which will not cover their loss.-
Messrs. Whitmarsh & Richardson lost everything
-stock of goods, clothing, bedding and furniture,
and some money-believed to be about $5,000-
and no insurance. The loss in the custom-house
will be trifling. The books --n .od- -,v.re
saved, but thP O,- i-tvrj- Mr. 'Nourse, will be a
-loser, by the destruction of the furniture, desks
and stationery, to the amount of $150. The
whole amount of loss is probably about $90,000,
about two-thirds of which will be covered by in-
surance. A number of merchants in the same
block have met with considerable loss. In the
panic, almost everything was removed to the
streets,1 into other stores, and some on board the
steamers and vessels lying at the wharves. Some
of the goods were lost, some broken, defaced or
damaged by water, somrne mislaid, &nd', we are
sorry to add, many stolen. Many of the citizens
were up all night, and, notwithstanding their vi-
gilance, a quantity of the goods were carried off
or concealed. Early this morning several thefts
were discovered, and some of the perpetrators
found out and taken into custody; one of them,
in the very face of the proofs of his guilt, braved
the law and its agents, and fought manfully until
overpowered, tied and carried off to prison.
Great credit is due to the management, activity
and intrepidity of our Fire Company. The alarm
was hardly given before the engine was at work,
and would have succeeded in extinguishing the
fire before the second building caught, if they
could have had a full supply of water on the op-
posite side of the building. Another engine of
the same force would have been sufficient to save
the second building, and the immense loss in re-
movals, breakage and thefts. A quantity of cot-
ton in store near the fire was all rolled out into
the street and on the wharves-none, we believe,
was lost; one bale took fire, but a bucket of wa-
ter timely dashed upon it prevented the fire from
spreading. Some of the alcohol, and other li-
quors in the burning buildings, found its way
through the sewers, leading into the river, in a
state of combustion, presenting the awful and
novel spectacle of a sheet of water on fire.

[COiMMUNICATION.]
3Mr. Editor,--Observing in your paper some
weeks ago, that the proceeds of the Ladies' Fair


amounted to a sum which would more than de-
fray the expenses of its object-re-painting the
Episcopal Church-I would humbly suggest to
the ladies, through your columns, the propriety
of looking from the Church to the Grave-Yard,
and apply at least a part of the funds in repairing
the dilapidated fence which once surrounded it.
Nothing can be m -re ,;.thing !o the feelings of
the living than r, neat ari.d ,' o1 enclosed cemetery
for the dead ; ai fd i (av sra!;. tV at many who did
nt belong to th, chv:cb ,:'ideda to contributed
their aid towards the i-ir, who, in this, could
cordially unite w'th tke i:air donors; and it would
be an oLiuect of clta:uy and benevolence, to guard
the graves of the i.aor fr'om thd desecrating hoof
and snout of the h:c s, that now unceremoniously
root and trampple c ;: hem, It can be done at
a small expense, a ; 1 I rust tat the suggestion
will be sufficient t( -,mulate the ladies promptly
to undertake so laui) ',, and praisewO*hy an ob-
ject.-Yours, OBSERVER."


CONGRESSIONAL. [Written for the Comm'l. Advertiser.]
The memorials against the modification of the ON THE PREVENTION OF MALARIAL
present Tariff, are still being presented from the DISEASES.
manufacturing districts, and from the iron region
n Pes INTRODUCTION.--NO. II.
in ennsyvania. At the conclusion of our preceding number,
A report has been made by the committee on we attempted to show the injurious effect, upon
public buildings, in favor of using the Drummond the prosperity of the southern states, of the an-
light for illuminating the hall of the House of nual absenteeism of the trading portion of its
Representatives at night. This brilliant light is community. Besides the hurtful consequence
produced by uniting two jets of oxygen and nitro- which follows from the practice, to the body poli-
gen upon unslacked calcined ime, in a sta tic, it also does much to abase the moral and in-
Su u c n a s f tellectual character, and to lessen the interests of
combustion. The intention of the projector, Mr. the traders themselves. In the present condition
Grant, is to have upon a desk a series of points, of commerce-a condition that impels the most
revolving by clock work, which will maintain the active competition, and which is favored by a
light for twelve successive hours. The object in free, frequent and expeditious intercourse with
introducing this light is to avoid the disagreeable every part of the civilized world-it is impossible
that the business of any community can be so
smoke and odour from the lamps, which is so un- that the buslness 0{^ commumty c^ be sa
smoeand alour fm the lalmp, wichis generally profitable, that, by the honest labour of
healthy, also to light the hall more perfectly. six months, the common- weal can be maintained
Mr. Dromgoole, from the committee of ways and its population supported throughout the whole
and means, has reported a resolution declaring that year. To attain even a portion of such unnatural
the recent emission of Treasury notes, at a nominal results, the southern trader, fettered in the chains
interest, payable on presentation at the Treasury, of selfishness, or influenced by the stronger claims
were issued without authority. of his distant home, has to overlook every object
Mr. McKay reported a resolution making the having for its end, simply, the welfare of the
community in which he temporarily resides. His
Tariff bill the special order of the day for the 9th sole purpose being immediate and large gain, to
of April. accomplish it-besides the legitimate means of
Mr. Tappan, in the Senate, called up a resolu- industry and enterprise-he too frequently thinks
tion authorising the Secretary of the Senate to it requisite to practise fraud and extortion; and
employ Hiram Powers to carve busts of all the in an imaginative necessity finds an excuse that
Presidents of the United States; which resolution he unhesitatingly pleads before the august tribu-
was adotenal of conscience. Under the impulsion that a
was Merd h m, large portion of every community feels, to do a
Mr. Merrick has made quite a long speech ex- great quantity of business in the least possible
planatory of the various sections of the Post Office time, a southern city presents, during its season
bill. of business, the appearance of a perpetual bustle,
The following are the estimates as summed up and an incessant struggle on the part of its in-
by the committee as the revenues of the Post Office habitants, to anticipate, overreach and supersede,
Department, for the fiscal year commencing July, every one, his neighbor. Controlled by the all-
1844. absorbing passion for gain, the heart becomes
corrupt and enfeebled, and the understanding de-
From letter postage on 60,000,000 letters, at an pressed and contracted. That these moral and
average rate of 7J cents each,........ $4,000,000 intellectual consequences are the result of the
From newspapers, pamphlets, &c...... 350,000 system of commercial business in the southern
From drop letters,.................... 20,000 states, is generally believed; and that they are
From miscellaneous, surplus commis- subversive of the true interests of man, is attested
sions, box rents, &c................. 20,000 by the failure of vast numbers to attain that in-
From fines. ......................... 500 dependence-or even a substantial livelihood-
rom nes, ......................... which is the object of all their toils.
Total .................. $4,890,500 Nor is the season of exemption from business-
Total revenu for the past yearastae or, if we maybe permitted the term, the vacation
Total revenue for the past year, as stated -attended with less evil to the itinerant southern
by the Post Master General, ....... 4,275,925 trader. It must, generally, be spent in idleness;
---- and it is a principle of universal observation that
Excess over year ending June, 1843,. 514,575 the more idle a man is, the more liable is he to
Mr. Phelps spoke against the bill. He said that yield to the temptations of vice and dishonesty.
the mere clipping of the franking privilege would Besides, the permanent members of a community
effect nothing. He was in favor of a revision and are less accessible to such temptations, from the
n. of o bt te g w t obvious reason that they must feel themselves to
reduction of postage but the great evil was the conspicuous objects in the eyes of their neigh-
enormous price paid contractors, which was as borsg and that they have more character to lose
much now as it was thirty years ago, although the by a departure from propriety. They will also,
facilities of intercommunication, and improve- for the same reason, and from a sense of the do-
ments of the country enabled them to carry the mestic duties they owe to their relatives and as-
mails at much less cost. sociates, cultivate better habits. Even if inclined
Mr. Calhoun arrived in Washington on the 29th to dishonesty, they will be less liable to practise
7 it, from the natural desire to sell their character
ult., and was to have entered on his duties on for integrity at a higher price than the ordinary
Mvionaay the ast. -. -.... c. busmess--f- -* en o -ufteni afford. On the other
O The amount of duties received at the New hand, the immigrant, finding his residence limit-
ed, by the instinct of self-preservation, to a few
York Custom House during the quarter ending on months, at the expiration of which he must fly
the 1st of April, was $5,731,546 57, being more from any character he may acquire, cannot have
than the estimate of the Sec'y of the Treasury the same inducement to gain a good one that
from all the Custom Houses in the country. he would have, were his habitation permanently
f fixed in one place. We do not mean to imply
TALLAHASSEE, March 20th, 1844. that the immigrant may not have as proud a spirit
To the citizens of Leon and Wakulla counties: and as pure a conscience as the native;--the man
Fellow Citizens :-The undersigned, being called of sound moral principles will be governed by
on last fall, by some '6f the citizieri of this uTid them, whether at home or ati'ad--but we look
Wakull- c-ounty, to examine the country between at society on its broad base; and taking this view,
Tallaha e, via. St. Marks, to Apalachicola City, we are driven to the conclusion that an entire
for a road; and to survey, measure and mark out freedom from the restraints exercised by the pres-
af routeif'practicable for a road, would respect- ence of those we love, and are accustomed to re-
fully report:
That he has carefully done the same, and a good aspect, affbrds the strongest temptation to violate
road can be made with comparatively trifling ex- the duties of honor and virtue.
pense, from Fort St. Marks to the City of Apala- In stating this belief in the general principle,
chicola, and from this city to the latter point, there we do not make any sectional allusion, nor do we
is already a good road for nearly one-third the cherish any local prejudice ; still less are we dis-
distance. The whole distance from Fort St. Marks posed to be unjust to our brethren of the northern
to Apachicola, is 6i4 miles, by the route examined, states, We know them too welt not to appreciate
surveyed, measure and marked out, and from hi ot T w l cviz or ones
this to the same point, about 78| miles. From their worth. The whole civilized world concedes
Fort St. Marks, of these 64 miles, there are fifty- that they are an industrious, enterprising, shrewd
three miles having a high, dry and good surface, and ingenious people; that thy are not, nor have
and that not more than 2i miles will require to be they ever been, surpassed in these Useful charac-
causewayed, and about 4|. miles will require to be teristics, or the more noble ones of sound moral
ditched on each or one side; and not more than principle and an enlarged intelligence. It re-
1200 or 1300 feet of bridging, with about 470 feet quires no extraordinary foresight to predict that,
of a ferry across the Wakulla, or St. Marks river, in the order of Providence they are the o~ficina
These distances being the route to the west sidegntunothswleotin.Aditsb-
of East Point, (usually called Cat Point,) abreast ^m of tnis whole coitent. And it is be-
of Apalachicola, where a ferry of four and a half cause we know this is their destiny, and that
miles will connect the points above named, they possess the valuableand necessary qualities
On Crooked, Ocklocknee and Siciopco* rivers, for fulfilling it to advantage, that we wish to
there are good crossings by bridges, safe from change their present migratory habits, and offer
storms, freshets and high tides. The importance inducements to them tcbecome permanent citi-
of this road is obvious, almost tangible. Among zens; the more so, thit the south may derive,
the great benefits arsingf from a direct, short and from the constant exerion of their talents and In-
safe road, connecting the Capital g ith the Em-
porium of the Floridas, the transportation of the dustry, a powerful aidin rendering it as prosper-
Northern mail from Bainbridge or Savannah, Ous and beautiful as 'hey have made their own
through this city to Apalachicola, at least one day portion of the country More particularly do we
sooner, and with absolute certainty, must forcibly wish to see the commerce founded On the valu-
strike every one. By this route Government will able productions of our soil, and, if possible, the


save enough trom what is now paid for transport- manufactures and mechanic arts that are neces-
ing the mail from Chattahoochee to Apalachicola gary to the comfort of civilized life carried on,
in three years, to make a road and construct the exclusively, by pesons permanently settled here,
bridges thereon, on the route surveyed, second to wbetber they beof native, northern or foreign
none in Georgia, Alabama or Florida. whether they bef native, northern or foreign
A copy of the field notes of this survey,. contain- origin; and, in contributing to this result, we are
ing courses, distances and a full description of the confident their interests are as much advanced as
topography of the whole route, and a map of the our own.
same, certified in due form, have been presented But these surces of general prosperity can
to theTallahassee Rail Road Company, by never be possessed by the southern states, unless
Your fellow citizen, R.'B. KER. a portion of te native population be educated
Usually called Sopchopee. to other thanagricultural pursuits, or unless the
immigrant cn be made to feel secure in the most
GREECE.-The Courier Francais contains a let- paramount t all human objects-the preserva-
ter from Athens of the 19th ult. which says:- tion of life At present, no immigrant from a
The National Assembly on the 15th, entered northern cime is exempt from the destructive
upon the discussion of the Constitution, as drawn action of ae endemial fevers of warm and mala-
up by the committee. Three sittings were de- rialregios; no age, constitution or condition--
voted to the consideration of the first two articles, no habits care, or caution, will secure him from i
which relate to religion, and form the first chap- their afacks. The domestic suffering whicd
ter of the constitutional charter. They were both these d~eases engender; the loss of time, sub
adopted with very trifling amendments. They pensioof industry, and the expense which tal
declare that the present dominant religion of cessarty follow from their attacks, are more, 0 It
Greece is that of the Eastern Church of Christ- gent seasons on the part of the unacclited t
'that all other established religions are authorized, man or a semi-annual abandonment of hisace t
and exercise of their worship protected by the of business, than any hope of gain that c,. P'e- (
laws. Proselyteism, and every other intervention senitself to induce a constant residenc- `The P
against the predominant Church, is declared to ineicacy of the general means hithertradopted, a,
stand alone, and is to exercise its sovereign rights, fordiminishing the frequency, lessening the suf- M
independently of every other Church, being at feng, or reducing the mortality of ralarial dis- C
the same time governed by a synod of Bishops.- ases, incite us to seek some othb method of b(
The Minister of Public Worship, M. Michael ounteracting these evils, and point prevention
, Shinas, maintained with great zeal a proposal for s the only agent by which they c, be essentially B
placing the national Church of Greece under the corrected. Experience, the great test of the use- S<
tendance of the Patriarch of Constantinople, "ul, leads all physicians, who hae practised much '
w' is known be devoted to Russia; but thena- /in marshy regions, to doubt, ;: least, whether- p
tion`arty, represented by Messrs. Colett! and even when malarial disease assumes the milder
Mavr ordato, ultimately prevailed. Thepart o! form of intermittentfever-.heir art exerts a real
the conntution relating to the order of s'ccessiol and salutary control over ic, except so far as it P
to the th nehas been modified by theidditionf modifies, or the disease itself is modified, by de- ir
an article, *hich declares that in deftilt of mae rangement of the digestive functions. It is cer-
descendants, females may ascend te throne,- tain that the rnpdes of treatment esteemed the t(
Rmals ma ascnd t
This article, hf ever, will apply f King Otto s most successfvi were never discovered by the s,
children only. scientific practitioner, nor can his principles e h


W- Rev. Dr. PIERCE, of Georgia, will preach
To-morrow, (Sunday, 13th) in the room usually
occupied by the M. E. Society, at half-past 10
o'clock, A. M., and at 3 o'clock, P. M.; also, in
the,Evening at the Mansion-House, at half-past
7 o'clock.
W THE FIRE AND THE THIEVEs.-Early on
Tuesday morning it was discovered that many of
the articles removed from the store-rooms, adja-
cent to the Fire, were lost or stolen. Search was
made on the brig Ozelo, which was lying at the
wharf nearly opposite, and several articles were
found in the forecastle known to belong to Mr. B.
Ellis, which had been removed in the hurry and
placed in the street. A cask of wine, also, was
found, claimed by Mr. E. J. Wood, on which two
of the men were regaling themselves, after the
fatigues of the night. The chests in the fore-
castle were searched, and in two of them were
found goods packed away, which were identified
as of those missing. The two sailors, to whom
the chests belonged, were brought before Justice
Valleau, and fully committed for trial.
Many of the articles removed into the streets
were damaged, but so large a part of them were
stoln or lost, that our police have been quite
busy ever since. Several of the vessels leaving
for other ports have been searched, and in the
trunks or chests of two men, who had taken pas-
sage in the schr. Ann Estell for Charleston, were
found goods which hiad been taken from some of
the stores, also several articles of clothing be-
longing to J. A. Deblois, Esq. whose trunk had
been taken from one of the offices in the neigh-
borhood of the fire and carried on board of the
schooner. The trunk was found next morning,
on the wharf, broken open and rifled of its con-
tents. The two men were arrested by the city
marshal, and yesterday committed for trial. One
of them is an old offender, named Powers, who
has, probably served an apprenticeship in some
penitentiary heretofore.-Suspicion rests on some
others, and we hope that all who are guilty will
be discovered and punished.
RoAD TO THE UPPER COUNTIES.-Early last
summer, we called the attention of our citizens
to the propriety and advantages of a road from
this place to Gadsden or Leon counties, for the
purpose of facilitating the trade to our city, and
also to improve the regularity and expediting of
our mails. Two routes have been suggested, and
both examined: one from a point nearly opposite
the Bluff, to Quincy, distance about 68 miles;
this has been travelled over and marked out. by
SWm. Rowlet, at the instance of some of our citi-
zens, and is believed by many to be practicable.
-The other is from Cat-Point, by St. Marks, to
"%dahassee, whic!i has lately been surveyed by
",. "Ker- We are not sufficiently acquainted
:th the geography of the country to form a cor-
--.st opinion about the practicability of either
rute; but if the work can be accomplished at a
,:-asonable estimate, its importance to our city,
ia many points of view, should be lost sight of no
longer. We are more tardily served with intel-
ligence by mail than any other place of commer-
.* al importance in the southern country; while
:.here is no other town of its size whose interests
,o much demand it.
A tri-weekly mail, from Macon by way of Tal-
i hassee, or Quincy, direct to this place--had we
the contemplated|lroad-would be much more
regular and less expensive than our present ar-
rangement. Our citizens should urge the matter
on the consideration of Congress the present ses-
sion, and have as early action on the subject as
possible.--Mr. Ker's communication will be found
in another column.
THE MAILs--HIGH WATERS, &c.--The late
excessive rains have inundated the whole country
above. The Tallahassee papers speak of the
great freshet, and remonstrate against the route
the mail travels from Macon, in crossing and re-
crossing Flint river, instead of coming down en-
tirely on the east side, thus avoiding the danger-
ous fords. Another route has lately been sug-
gested-from Macon thro' Thomasville, touching
at Albany and other intermediate places ; which
it is said would shorten the distance and avoid
all the difficult water courses.-The flood, how-
ever, has lately been unprecedented, and might
have embarrassed the carriers on thf highest and


best roads in all the low country, juaging from
the letter we give below. The stage-drivers
have doubtless been in as great a dilemma am was
'Cuffee, in search of the plough.
"MARIANNA, April 2d, 1844.
"We are literally drowned out. The rain com-
mencing on Wednesday last, continued almost
without cessation for forty-eight hoars, and has
seriously injured many of our planters. From all
quarters we hear of drowned crops, and on the
rolling lands, the wash has been still more injuri-
ous. To-give you some idea.of the quantity of
rain which has fallen and the sudden rise of water,
I repeat a circumstance that actually happened to
to one of my neighbors. His hands fled in haste
from the rain on WVednesday evening, leaving
ploughs and gear in the field. On Saturday morn-
ing they were ordered to continue ploughing, and
when the gentleman allied to, some half hour
after, visited his field, his astonishment was great
to find one of his hands swimming his horse in a
large pond made by the rain while the rest stood
upon the bank giving directions, Upon inquiring
why they were not at work, he received for reply
(from the swimmer); 'Wy bress you, massa, I'se
looking' for de plow I lef here by dis big gum.'"
Obtaining Money under False Prettnces.-
John MacLamar, master of a vessel trading be-
tween this city and Norfolk, was arrested on
Monday by officer Campbell, on the oath of John
A. Simmonds, charging him with obtaining $800
from Mr.t J. S. Butler* of Norfolk, Va., agent for
Mr. Simmonds, under false pretences. After an
examination, he was required to find bail in the
sum of $1,000 for his future appearance to an-
swer the charge,- ,alt. Sun.





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Water at.
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peered and %O, ppOL.--The e c
NA'' TIV- ''PP fastened B h -b
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der deck) going on boa-d, I deck frei. (ut
low ,rate, apply to C S, or: at
ap13 RN.S& STON
FOR LIVE POOL.--
ship GLOBE, ovowry st
than half her c o enanod in
jon board, will have quiclep an" goir
apply to DA for freig
api6 C O.,
\ afterr st.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-IThb
COLOSSUS, Leonox, e barq
^ part of her cargoengaged hn .av.'!
board, %will meet with despatch. For ting ..
Ireilsht apply to iENJ. SAL .c:
nrlar:30 50 Water A~
FOR LIVERPOL,.Shi '
Nickles, master, hang part-f .
a ^engaged, will have qspatc'h. Foi"
ance of freight or passage, a4 lv to
SC'HAR s ROGERS,
mar3)J 17 Water street
SFOR LIVERPCOl -The. fist clt
British ship DUKE co CO AL'.
Ak c&Conrad, master, haschmenied load;.
and will meet with despatch. freight a i
to P. BUTTS
mar,)iO
FOR LIVERPOOL. efast'sa
fii$j coppered and copper fened "rtU
^ ^ brig ROBT BURNS, Meger, mafr)
has conmnenced loading and will ft *withbe
patch. For freight apply to '
.nar:3,j E P BUTT'S~;aterV,
FOR LIVERPOOL-Theitfish ,,of.
DAUNTLESS, Rogers, nMse, 56tis''
burtlhen, having most of tri arge f.'
-aged and going on board, will mtt &4ith .-"
patch. For balance of freight or jh apr"
to the master or to
mnarll S CASSIN, 4 3W4 %t
FOR LIVERPOOL-The ti.&
ENGLAND, Boothby, master, w r--
a l with despatch, for Ireight-apply.,
W A P C KAj
febl 17 4 Cel mu
FOR LIVERPOOL-The ft'
Br. ship COURTENAY, Ge .
ner, master, will meet With j._ -.
For treight apply to. A.& P..
dec25 W. A.'&P.'.


'The following copy of a new revenue law of
'Texas, and the information annexed to it, have
been received from the United States Consuls at
Galveston and Sabine, Texas:--
Jln Act for the protection and encouragement of
the Commerce of the Republic of' Texas:
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of .Representatives of the Republic of Texas in (
'Congress assembled, That from and after the pas-
sage of this act, the collectors of the various ports
'of this Republic shall be required to lay (levy)
upon, and collect from, all foreign vessels belong-
ing to powers between which, and this Republic, B
,no treaty exists, making other provisions, a ton-
nage of one dollar per ton.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That vessels bear-
ing the flag of this Republic have the exclusive
privilege of the coasting trade, and that they be
free from the charge of tonnage duties on arriving i
in any ports of this Republic, and that all laws
contravening the provisions of this act be, and the l
same are hereby, repealed. p
Approved, February 5th, 1844. r
SAM HOUSTON.
The former duty was sixty cents per ton 'on
sailing vessels, and thirty cents on steamboats, ]
according to register tonnage. The present law
imposes the same duty on both; but the Presi- f
dent of the Republic, using a discretionary power
has declared ;that the tonnage duty of one dollar 1
shall be imposed on steamboats, according to their
carrying capacity only.
Proceedings of Council.
COUNCIL CHAMBER,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, April 10, 1844
Council met this evening. Present, David G.
Raney, Mayor; Councilmen, Messrs. Roberts,
Schiffer, Babcock, Simmons, Guyon, Clements,
Wood and Farrior
The minutes of the last meeting were read and
approved.
The Clerk reported the returns of the Harbor,
and Weigh-masters (except .that of Mr. Foster)'
for the month of Marchlast, which were read and
ordered on file.
Mr. Guyon, from the Special 'Committee, to
whom was referred the claim of Mr. Orman, re-
ported favorably on said claim, and offered the
following resolution, which was adopted, viz:
Resolved, That a city due bill for $207, with
interest at 8 per cent. from the 30th day of Dec.,
1840, be given to Thomas Orman, in full for all
claims by him for monies paid on account of Mar-
ket Stalls.
Mr. Wood, from the Committee. on Printing,
reported that said committee had made a contract
with the proprietors of the Commercial Advertiser
to do the city ;printing for one year at $80.
The assessment roll for the year, as made out by
the city assessors, was presented by them and re-
ceived, when, on motion of Mr. Roberts, d'uly
seconded, the same was referred to the Finance
Committee, with power to hand the same over to
'Tax Collector for collection.
The account of A. G. Semmes, for services as
City Attorney and revising ordinances, was pre-
,sented and referred to the Committee on Claims.
The following resolution was offered by Mr.,
Farrior, and unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That the sincere thanks of Council
'be tendered to Mr. JAMES BARoER, and the Fire-,
-men of Engine Co. No. 1, for their intrepid exer- i
-tions in saving the property which was endangered
by.the late fire ; while they regret to say that soME, i
who were PECUNIARILY interested, showed little '
,disposition to aid the Fire Company. (
Mr.'Farrior, from Committee on Claims, report-I
ted in favor of the bill of John W. Babcock, and'
the same was passed and allowed at $112 02.
Mr. Simmons, from the Committee on Con-
tracts and Improvements, to whom was referred
"the account of P. O'Sullivan, reported in favor
thereof, and the same was passed and allowed at
$86 00.
The following accounts were presented, passed
and allowed, viz:
"The bill of D. G. Raney, one quarter's salary as
M ayor, ........ ........ ...... ....... ... 62 50
J. Gibson, one quarter's salary as Marshal, 100 00
W;I Valleau, Clerk and Treasurer, 100 00
Donald Campbell, board of paupers, to 21st
M ar, ........ ........................... 9 00
'CorneIius Grady, 2 coffins for paupers..... 6 00
J. Simmons, digging graves, &c. for paupers, 5 00
Patrick Grady, 15 loads shells,............. 3 75
Stephen P. Thufber, W. H. Bennett, N.
Cady, Ohas. Gardner and W. M. Price,
for services,as watchmen, each $2, ..... 10 00
The Mayor presented a petition .from Barnard
Ellis and M. A. Myers, representing that their
-goods in store, No. 28 Water street, were endan-
.gered from fire still burning in the ruins of the late
fire, and praying that the said nuisance be abated;
which was read by the Clerk, and on motion of
Mr. Roberts, the same was laid on the table.
Patrick Grady presented an application to be ap-
po'xe Sexton, and proposed to furnish -a horse to
conv<> the grave the corpse of those whose es-
tate c not pay said charge; and on motion of
Mr. Ski ons, duly seconded, Patrick Grady was
: daily appointed Sexton.
,On'motion 'of Mri. RKoberts, seconded by Mr.
'Wood, committee of three was appointed to in-
ve'stigatte;the cause of the late fire : and the Chair
named Messrs. Robets, Farmor and Wood as said
committee.
On motion of Mr, EShiffer, the Council then
adjouned.
BANuK or FLoRtvx+-During the past week,.
there has betn considerable excitement in the
community, inregard to this institution,caused by
information having been received by holders of
the drafts on D. S. Kennedy of their protest in
New York for nonatceptance. This information
:became public on Tuesday, and on Wednesday
:and Thursday, there was considerable run on the


'bank, which was generally met with specie or
"Georgia and South Caolina money.
Thursday's mail brought advices of the payment
' of the drafts by an another house in N. York, that
*of Messrs. Shutter, Brotlers, & Co., who kindly
:stepped forward and advantid the amounts likely
'to be protested, and wrote %at they would con-
itinue to do so for a few days,'i expectation of re-
.mittances from Florida. Th' has in a great
measure quieted the apprehensins of the com-
munity, who generally continue to receive the
bills of the Bank at par.
We are informed by those connected with the
Bank, that there is already large amaont of funds
of the Bank, in New York, and that tflre will be
in a very short time, funds there double sufficient
to meet all the drafts, and that the Bankis amply
able to meet all its liabilities of every kin!.
From all we can learn of the institution,we be-
lieve there is no danger whatever of loss r the
liabilities of the Bank, and we advise hold(,s of
,the paper not to sacrifice it.
The 'President, Mr. Graham, is absent, 'jt
,we presume on his return, he will make an e6,
-position of the affairs of the Bank, and of th
,causes which have led to the recent unfortunate
occurrence, which we hope may be satisfactory
to the community--Floridian.
01- Frauds of'the Revenue.-The Bostont Ma
says: On examination of several 'casks at th
Custom House .yesterday., which have been in
voiced and entered as containing kelp," or se;
weed, a free article, it was discovered that the
-contained but a trifle of that -article, while the re
-maining-space was filled with a large number o
packages of English Hosiery. The sea-weed thb
served'in a two-fold capacity., that of concealir
;the true character of the goods and of preservir
them against the attacks of insects. We hav
somewhere heard of sea-weed around a clam.
"but this is the first time we ever knew that article
tobe packed with ladies' stockings.


ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-'
The connexion in business hitherto existing
between the undersigned, under the name and
style of c WM. S. DAMEREL & CO.," is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Wm. S. Dame-
rel is alone authorised to close the unsettled con-
cerns of the firm. WM. S. DAMEREL,
A. L. CLEMENTS.
Apalachicola, April llth, 1844.
N OTICE-The GROCERY BUSINESS will
be continued by the subscriber as heretofore.
apl3 3t W. S. DAMEREL, 30 Water st.
ALM LEAF HATS & SUMMER BONNETS
A fresh supply just received and for sale by
ap13 B. ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.


MAIL ARRANGEMENT.
Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M.
Closes Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10, P. M.
EXCHANGE.
Checks at sight on N York..... .3-4 pr. ct. disc't.
c" aat sight on Charleston,. par.
c" Augusta,..... par.
c < Savannah,.. .par.
4' N Orleans,...none.
Bills on Ne w York .... 30 days.... 1 a 14 per c dis't.
c" ....60 days....l a 1 c "c
On all other Northern cities, the same rates.
COTTON MARKET.
We have no new feature in our market. The
inquiry has become more general, and with the
limited stock offering, holders are enabled to get
)rices within about 4c. of those current before the
lews of 4th March. We quote: Inferior, 5j to 6;
Ordinary, 64 to 6'; Middling, 7 to 71; Middling
Fair, 7j to '-; Fair, -.
The sales of the week amount -to 1,144 bales, as
Follows:--41 bales at 5j; 12 at 6; 26 at 64; 13 at6f;
) at 6j; 153 at 6j; 13 at 6 13-16; 161 at 7; 146 at 7j;
170 at 74; 59 at 7-; 314 at 7j; 14 at 7j; 18 at 7j;
23 at 71; 34 at 8; 38 at 8j cents per lb,
COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand 1st Oct.,.........211
Received since our last,..... .. 5,09
<' previously......... 103,958
----109,278 bales.
Exported since our last,.... ...6,723
previously, ...... .. 81,244
---87,967 "
Stock on hand not cleared,.......21,l11 "

FREIGHTS.
To Liverpool,................ ... ...1-2d pr Ib.
New York,................... $2 per bale.
Freights dull to all points, and under id. has
been submitted to by a British vessel.
PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Augusta -Mr. Stow, lady, child &
servant; Mrs. Tindall; Col. F Beall; Messrs Jno
Thornton, J M Cox, L Bryan., C H Connery, Jas
Deloney, J W Sprague.
Per steamer Charleston-Gen. Bethune & lady;
Messrs. S Quarles, Deming, W H Quarles, John
Everett, Kimbrough, Deming, Hall, Grier, Lewis,
Stow, Bosworth, Saxten, Rooney, Parish, Pike,
James, Upshur.
Per steamer Oconee-Messrs V R Tommy, S L
Solomons, Gold'ings.
Per steamer Louisa--Messrs A S Greenwood,
J Jackson.
Per steamer Jas Y Smith-Dr. R Dickinson,
Messrs W S Beal, jr., J Harrell, S Harrell.
Per steamer Lowell-Rev'd. L Pierce; Capt.
Draper; Messrs P C Kain, D P Ellis, A L Grant,
W A Thomas, W A McKenzie, J M Moore, W J
Ferguson, A McRea, N Hawley, R Wilson.
Per steamer Columbus-Col. Martin; Messrs
Barrow, Burch, Broughton, Daffin, Livingston.
Per steamer Champion-J C Maclay, lady and
serv't; Mrs. Preston, Miss M & Master C Maclay;
Dr. Chipley; Messrs Jas Kellogg, Shepard, Stark.
IMPORTS
bAVANA-Per schr Gen Wm Washington--
115 bbls molasses, 50 sks coffee, 10,000 segars to
Kimbrough & Ridgway; 50 aks coffee, 0 bxs sugar,
12,000 segars, 12 bxs sweetmeats, 47 tcs molasses,
Henry Hodges; 1000 segars, 1 bbl molasses, J bbl
sugar, 1 sk coffee, J P Penn; 1 sk coffee h bbl su-
gar, 1 bbl molasses, to J Davis, 5000 segars, to E J
Wood.
Per schr Rodney-177 bbls, 22 tcs, 5 hhds mo-
lasses and fruit to D Goddard; 3000 segars, Henry
Hodges; 35,000 segars, 1 case sweetmeats, Harper
& Holmes.
LIVERPOOL-Per barque Cumberland-2000
sks salt to J Day &; Co.
NEW ORLEANS--Per schr Seminole--9 csks
bacon, 6 reels packing yarn, Dodge & Gardner; 6
hhds sugar, 10 sks coffee, 10 bb'ls whiskey, 7 kegs
lard, Harper & Holmes; 2 hhds sugar, 15 csks ba-
con, 10 kegs lard, 50 bbls flour, T L Mitchel; 43
pkgs mdze, H R Taylor; 62 do Avery & Jones.
Per schr Boston-12 csks bacon, 12 hhds' sugar,
96 bbls flour, 16 do pork, J Day & Co; 615 pkgs
mdze, D McNab.
NEW YORK-Per brigWakulla a-16 pkgs mdze
H R Taylor; 1 do Nourse & Stone, 11 do W G
Porter & Co; 274 order.
Per brig Camilla-135 pkgs mdze to Lockhart &
Young; 176 E P Butts; 13 Moore & McKenzie;
111 H R Taylor; 120 McKay A& Hartshorne; 131
A Wylie; 75 Hall 5& Moses; 6 W G Porter & Co;
45 Harper & Holmes; 6 C Rogers; 11 W A & P
C Lain; 87 Avery & Jones; 8 Roberts, Allen &
Co; 321 Nourse & Stone; 9 P Hobart; 2 F Kop-
man; 1 Kimbrough & Ridgway; 4 SB Hamilton;
5 D B Wood & Co; 27 Preston & Maclay; 11 T L
MIitche'l; 2 I M Wright; 106 M S Man'dieul; 1 W
B Finch; 31 H D Darden; 12 Thayer & Keelet.
Per barque Wabash-31 pkgs mdze to Lockhart
& Young; 3 Farrior & Co; 1 J B Hall; 11 A Wy-
lie; 7 Moore B McKenzie; 8 Nourse & Stone; 31
T L Mitchel; 5 S B Hamilton.
Per brig Republic-19 pkgs mdze H R Taylor; 7
Hill, Dawson & Co; 78 Kimbrotgh & Ridgway;
5 Nourse & Stone; 20 Harper & Holmes; 42 Lock-
hart & Young; 17 Preston & Maclay; 40 Moore
& McKenzie; 2 B G Ropes; 7 J B Hall; 7 A Wy-
lie; 10 H Smith; 1 J Stevenson & Co; 20 Four-
lains &E Wreaver.
PROVIDENCE--Per brig Paragon-100 casks
lime, 150 bbls potatoes, T L Mitchel.
EXPORTS.
HAVRE--Per ship Blanchard-1-,507 bales cotton.
LIVERPOOL-Per bark Mersey-1,463 bales.


Per bark Sophia-1,041 bales.
Per bark Robert Watt-1,547 bales.
NEW YORK-Per brig C E Platt--454 bales.
Per brig Lawrence Copeland-448 bales.
Per scht Echo-135 bales.
Per schr Floridian-588 sticks cedar.
CHARLESTON-Per schr Ann Stelle-128 bales

RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per steamer Augusta-191 bales cotton to Hill
Dawson & Co.; 189 to Preston & Maclay; 119 t(
A Stow; 116 to J W Sprague; 155 to Lockhart &
Young; 55 to Flewellei & Butt; 27 to F Beall.
Per steamer Champion-140 bales cotton to Hill
Dawson & Co.; 209 to Preston & Maclay; 103 t(
W A & P C Kain; 41 to Harper & Holmes; 156 tc
Lockhart & Young; 1 to Moore & McKenzie.
Per steamer Columbus-259 bales cotton to H I
Taylor; 186 to Hill, Dawson & Co.; 151 to Pres
ton & Maclay; 115 to C Roger;s 21 to D B Woo(
& Co.; 17 to L Livingston; 6 to Harper & Holmes
9 to order.
Per steamer Lowell-80 bales cotton to Nours
& Stone; 104 to W G Porter & Co.; 45 to Flew
\ ellen & Butt; 67 to Moore & McKenzie; 55 to M
te Kay & Hartshorne; 29 to Lockhart & Young.
ry Per steamer Florence-174 bales cotton to Cha
Joggers; 38 to W G Porter & Co.; 13 to McKay 6
lartshorne; 11 to A Wylie.
il Per steamer Louisa-252 bales cotton to lV A 6
ie P Kain; 24 to J Day & Co.; 259 to Lockhart 6
n- Youq; 52 to Kimabrough & Ridgway; 37 to S
a- SkiliUan; 20 to A Wyie.
Per teamer Jas Y Smith-172 bales cotton to
'y Day &,Co.; 69 to Lockhart & Young; 49 to Per
e- & Dickinson; 30 1 X Wright; I to D G Raney.
of Per steamer Oconet-114 bales cotton to W
us Porter & Co.; -158 to Rogers; 91 to Nourse
ag Stone; 40 0o Preston & Maclay; 43 to Harper
g Holmes; 104 to Hill, Davson & Co.
v DPer steamed Charleston-208 bales cotton to Hi
,e Dawson & Co,; 154 to Lickhart & Young; 66
" McKay & Harshorne; 24 to Flewellen I& Butt;
le to W A & P C Rain; 347 tc order.
Pex-steame; Siten-9 baletcotton to oqder.


'ORT OF APALACHICOLA..... April 13.


CLEARED.
Ship Blanchard, Blanchard, for Havre by I M
Wright.
Ship Constellation, Jackson, for N Orleans.
Br. bark Robert Watts, Johnson, for Liverpool,
by J Day & Co.
Bark Mersey, Tucker, for Liverpool by B Salter.
Br. Bark Sophia, Webster, for Liverpool, by
S Cassin.
Bark Gazelle, Allen, for Mobile,
Brig Caroline E Platt, Rice, for N York, by Me
Kay & Hartshorne.
rig Lawrence Copeland, Baker, for N York by
B Ellison & Co.
Schr Floridian, Brown, for New York, by D B
Wood & Co,
Schr Ann Stelle, Wells, forCharleston, by! A L
Clements.
Schr Massasoit, Draper, for Havana, by B Elli-
son & Co.
Schr Echo, Davis, for New York.
ARRIVED.
Bark Wabash, Talbot, fm N York to B Eilison
& Oo.
Br. Bark Cumberland, Power, 49 dys fn Liver-
pool, with salt -to J Day & Co.
Brig Paragon, Brayton, fm Providence, to T L
Mitchel.
Brig Republic, Gates, fm N York to Nourse &
Stone.
Brig Wakulla., Mulford, fm New York to D B i
Wood & Co.
Brig Camilla, Mandieul, fm N York to W 'G
Porter & Co.
Schr Gen. Wm. Washington, Jenkins, fm Ha-
vana to H Hedges.
S'chr Rodney, Evans, fm Havana to D Goddard.
Schr Boston, Bradley, fm N Orleans to J Day
&5 Co.
Schr Seminole, Taylor, fm N Orleans.
Steamer Augusta, Hall, fm Columbus.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus.
Steamer Oconee, Greer fm Columbus.
Steamer Florence, Stapler. fm Columbus.
Steamer Louisa, Brown, fm Albany.
Steamer Jas Y Smith, Smith, fm Albany.
Steamer Siren, Van Veghten, fm Bainbridge.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Steamer Columbus, Crenshaw, fm Columbus.
Steamer Lowell, Niles, fm Columbus. F"
Steamer Siren, Sharpless, fm Browns Ferry.
VESSELS IN PORT.
April 13.-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.
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-
W A & P C Kain.
Rothschild (Br) Fell, 647 tons, for freight or char-
ter-Master.
Troy, Hills, 525 tons, waiting-I M Wright.
EbenPreble, Perkins, 493 tons, waiting-Master.
Tarolinta, Smith, 549 tons, waiting-Master.
Duke of Cornwall (Br.) Conrad, 481 tons, for
Liverpool, loading-E P Butts.
Colossus, Lennox, 399 ing-Benj Salter.
Camberland, (Br.) Power, 402 tons, fm Liverpool,
discharging-J Day & Co.
Wabash, Talbot, 298 tons, for New York, load-
ing-B Ellison & Co.
Commerce, Rogers, 289 tons, waiting-Master.
Alabama, Merritt, 348 tons, waiting-Master.
Tiberius, Howes, 299 tons, waiting-Master.
BRIGS.
Native, (Br) Allen, for Liverpool, loading--Chasu
Rogers.
Robt Burns, (Br.) Messenger, 296 tons, for Liver-
pool, loading-E P Butts.
Camilla, Mandieul, 193 tons, for N York, load-
ing-Lockhart & Young.
Republic, Gates, 139 tons, for N York, loading--
Nourse & Stone.
Wakulla, Mulford, for N York, loading-Lock-
hart & Young.
W L Jones, Tyler, 222 tons, for N York, load-
ing-Harper & Holmes.
Mary, Richardson, 194 tons, for New York, load-
ing-McKay & Hartshorne.
Ozello, Meeks, 204 tons, for New York, waiting-
D B Wood & Co.
Paragon, Brayton, 240 tons, waiting-T L Mitchel.
SCHOONERS.
Gen'l. Wm. Washington, Jenkins, fm Havana,
discharging-H Hodges.
Rodney, Evans, 56 tons, fm Havana, discharg-
ing-D Goddard.
Seminole, Taylor, 95 tons, fmn N Orleans, dis-
charging-master.
Boston, Bradley, fm N Orleans, discharging--
J Day & Co.
Florida, Howes, 74 tons, for Boston, loading--
Master.
Thames, Sawyer, 106 tons, waiting-Master.
Thos Hooper, Hall, 99 tons, waiting-Master.


AMAGED GOODS.-Goods slightly damaged
by removal on the night of the late fire, for
sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
ap13 33 Water st.
NEW ORLEANS PRODUCE,-
100 bbls Whiskey;
100 do Flour;
20 casks Bacon Sides;
20 hhds Sugar,
Now landing from Schr. Seminole, and for sale by
ap13 M A MYERS, 28 Water st.


3ALE OF LOTS IN APALACHICOLA AT
AUCTION, ON THE 30th DAY OF APRIL
NEXT, IN FRONT OF THE APALACHI-
COLA EXCHANGE.
ITHEREAS, WILLIAM MATTHEWS, be-
came purchaser from the Apalachicola
Land Company on the 18th day of April, 1836,
)f lots No. 7 and 12, on block B., front range at
he price of fifteen hundred dollars payable one-
hird cash due on the 15th day of September, 1835;
ne-third on the 15th day of September, 1836 and
he remaining one-third on the 15th day of Sep-
ember, 1837, for which last payments two notes
were given each dated April 18th, 1836, with in-
erest from Sept. 15th, 1835, which notes remain
unpaid with the interest accrued thereon.
GEORGE W. HARRISON and DAVID G.
RANEY, Merchants, using the name and style
of ( Harrison & Raney," became purchasers from
he 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-
Ible 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.
WILLIAM H. WILDER, became purchaser
- "- v, r-I o-hicola Land Company, on the 7th
day of March, 183'1, or itL i A block 14, at the
price of ten hundred and fifty dollars, payab, ,)
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 Urch, 1837, of lors 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-folurth 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
hundred 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 of April,
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.
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.
MARG 4RET F. BOWER, Executrix of Ebe-
nezer J. Bower, deceased, became purchaser from
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 16th day
of March, 1838, of lot No, 10, in block No. 52,
in the city of Apalachicola, at the price of five
hundred dollars, payable as follows; one-fourth
cash, one-fourth on the 16th day of March, 1839,
one-fourth on the 16th day of March, 1840, and
the remaining one-fourth on the 16th day of March
1841, for which last three payments notes were
duly executed with interest from date, one of
w"ulh notes remains unpaid, with the interest
ace ued thereon,
.And whereas, by the agreement made with
said parties, it was fully understood, that in case
of failure 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-
sell said lces, at the risk of said (purchaser named)
for the benefit of said Company, and if any sur-
plus remain, after paying of said notes, given for
said -ts, and all costs and expenses, the same
shdll be paid to said (purchaser named) or his or
her legal representatives." And whereas, said
parties have failed to pay said notes herein be-
fore cited; Now said Company, in pursuance of
said agreement, will expose the' lots aforesaid at
auction, in front of.the Apalachicola Exchange
in said city on the 30th day of April next, be.-
tween the 'hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., anid 3, P,
M. for cash, to pay the notes due thereon, inte r,
cost and charges.
Lewis Curtis and George Griswold, trnsee of


the Apalachicola Land Company, for thfe use ot
John Macpherson Berrien, for the use of David
Seiden. By their Agent, B. G. ROPES.
Apalachicola, March 4th, 1844. m4 lm


FOR NEW YORK.-The sli?.'
,N DREW SCOTT, Emery, nmaisAe nv.
^^^^loading for the above port. Foifrcif 4.
apply to J DAY &. C.
apl6 .-6, W a.ter .
FOR NEW YORK.-Th'e fine seilim<
^^^brig MARY, Richardson, 'master., '"'i
j^^^have despatch for the above port. "'
freight or passage, apply to
McKAY & HARTSHOR1NE ,
apl6 40 Water street.
FOR EIGHTT OR CHA: The fast sailing Br-.ship ROTHSCF 1' E
apply to (febl2) H B FEi; _
FOR SALE-The fast scaling :8-;4'
VANDALIA, of the bvArthen' ofif y
tons, well found in sait, rigging, I&c.,
carries two hundred and fifty bales of cott6rduand
draws only five feet of water, wili be sold low to
close the concern. Apply to Capt, Smith oriboard,
or to B. ELLISON & Ceo
march 11 33 'Witer,-irt


Rockland Lake -Ite-!
T HE undersigned, Agent for the ROCIL.AND
LAKE ICE COMPANY, has jutt received
per late arrivals, a full supply of ICE whichh :he
is prepared to retail at the reduced price 4f f'-v
cents per pound. The Ice House'will be op---
ed every day from 7 to 8, A. M., from I
and from 5 to 6, o'clock, P. M. Persons dessi:
to purchase will please notice this regulation.
9G- Steamboats and the Shipping, ?uppliee
any hour of the day. J. MOUNT, Age`it.
Apalachicola, April 10,'1844. aplV: f
R OPE & BAGGING.--Northern Bale Rope
and India Bagging, for sale by
ap13 B ELLISON & CO., 33iiWater st


N OTICE.-The undersigned have this day
formed a partnership under the name ar4
style of GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the tran:sa -
tion of a general Wholesale Grocery and Com-
mission Business. D. GOLDSTEIN,
JOHN R. BEERS.
Columbus, April 1,1844. ap13 2m
A FOR SALE.:-A very 'fine modern
built HOUSE in tlte town of St. Joseph,
-lij~j pleasantly situated fronting on -the BR;.,
two stories high with piazza, kitchen, ariage
house, stable and other out houses, with an :ncAo-
sure of three lots pitable for a garden,"&c. Any
person wishing a pleasant Summer residence
would do weu! to call upon the subscriber,
ap13 1m E J WOOD, 31'Water 3t.
mOTUCE.-All persons having claims against
te estate of Mrs. MARY A. SCOTT- d6.
ceased, will please prese p t them within the the ,e
prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery; and ytl those indebted
will please call and settle thdesame.
E J WOOD, Administrator.
Apalachicola, April 1O, 1844. apl3 2m
Wharves for Rent at'Auctions
O n Saturday, April 20th, at 12 o'clock, .1 at
0 the corner of the Apalaehicola-Excbange,
on Water street, will be leased to the highs bid.
der, under the suoerintedjnce o R. 'J. ase"j,
Esq., Master in' ChancerY, for the term one
year, from and after October 1, 1844, all U 300
feet of improved whao, known as the Colu:nbus
Co. Wharves, in thetity of Apalachicola.
Terms--One-eik1th cash on the day oi ale;
one-fourth on thenrst day of January, 184 5, and
the remainder ox the first day of March, 3845
the two last armed payments to be secue;d by
.satisfactory endorsed notes. ..
BONJ. F. NURSE, Special Ba:
'Apaladiicola, March 23, 1844.
ITI ON BANK FUNDS-Eight Hundred Dol-
{U lars, in a certiAcate of deposit, in Union Bank
Florida, for sale by T. L. MITCHEL,
march16 33 Water st.
$ -AKUM, FITCH & TAR.-Just received
O 30, bales Oakum;
10 bbls Pitch;
6 do Tar, for sale by
zpl6 4t ROBERTS, ALLEN A CO.,


Corns Corns !
R. J. ZACHARIAH, Junr., respectfully in-
forms the Ladies and Gentlemen of Apala-
chicola, where he will remain for a short time,
that he is now prepared to give immediate relief
to those afflicted with hard or soft Corns, Club
Nails, Nails penetrating the flesh, or calluses of
any kind, in five minutes, without the least pain
or blood. Dr. Z. deems it necessary to inform
the public that he has practised in the United
States, and likewise in Havana, with great suc-
cess, therefore he has a number of certificates in
his possession which can be seen by calling on
him at his Office at the City Hotel.
0- Office open from 9 to 12 o'clock, M., and
from 4 to 6, P. M. Ladies and Gentlemen wait-
ed on at their residences if required. ap1 3 It


Spring & Summer J STEVENSON & CO., have just received
9 per late arrivals and offer for sale on pleasing
terms, a handsome assortment of SPRING and
SUMMER GOODS, consisting in part of-
Fine black Cashmerett;
Ribbed, fancy and plain Gambroons;
Super white Drillings and fancy French Cassi-
mers; Brown and grass cold Linens;
Washington and Ripka stripes, for boys cloth'g
Fine and medium painted Lawns;
Mexican mixtures and Iowa cloth, a new ar-
ticle; Extra superfine Balzarines;
Medium do.; Gingham do., a new article;
Linen Checks and Satteen, suitable for Sacks;
Fancy Prints, comprising a great variety, pink
and purple colors;
Erkston Ginghams, light colors;
Fine hemstitched linen cambrick Handkfs:
Do. with cold borders, for gents;
Black and white Silk Hose;
Fine white and col'd Cotton do.
Gents fine white Kid Gloves;
Ladies do; Col'd do;
Paicy gause Handkfs; 'Sittin pi;bbons;
R*sAia Diaper and Huckaback; Fans;
'Linen Sheetings; 8-4 musqueto netting;
A good assortment of Swiss, mull, jackonett &
plaid Muslins, &c., &c. ap13


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)OOTS & SHOES.-A prime assortment of
Boots and Shoes suitable for the Spring trade
x sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
ap13 33 Water st.
) IO COFFEE.-A fresh lot, received per brig
L Mary, for sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
ap13 33 Water st.
XES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes,
just received and for sale by
apl3 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.


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LEWIS' EXCHANGE.
THE subscriber has leased the establishment
formerly known as the MECHANICS &
MERCHANTS EXCHANGE," for the present
year, and will use his utmost exertions to please
and render his patrons comfortable.
The OYSTER ROOMS is well fited up, and a
party of gentlemen can always be accommodated
with oysters, and othei refreshments, without
being disturbed.
The BILLIARD TABLES attached to the es-
tablishment, are in good order, and the prices of
billiards reduced to twenty-five cents per game.
(d- The subscriber will remain and keep the
House open during the Summer season, and his
only desire is to please and merit a liberal patronage
SETH P. LEWIS.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 tf


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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, FL
Brown, Geo Morrison, M
Barker, Henry R McKnight, J T
Brawn, George McCandlish, J M
Brown, John McCarthy, Catharine
Bachelder, James M McPherson, N B
Brainard, D B McIntyre, H
Baker, Capt N Mann, Win
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
Chancey, Harrison Patridge, John
Coit, S T Patrick, Wm
Cowhy, Edward Puch, Geo W
Champfin, Orlando Penny, J H
Crosby, Geo W Penny, L
Clark, Robert Peterson, Peter
Dumsday, Michael 2 Porter, A S
Davis, Sam'l H 2 Parson, Capt Jonathan
Davis, Thos Pettingall, CG H 2
Davis, Capt F Potter, N W
:D.avi, Mr. It Rogers, Capt
Dennison, Thos H 3 Ruge, H H
Dickson, R S Rix, Geo
Dancy, M Roberts, Geo K
Dunn, Peter Rigan, Dan'J
Dowling, Jos Runard, Miss E
Day, N S Reed, W W
Demans, Wm R Robinson, E E
Dawson, Wm Rogers, J K
Dejarlis, Theo Richardson, Capt E
Evans, John Robinson, Thos
Evearan, Misses Renuck, 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, Abraham 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 Sission, 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
Heyden, 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, A P Soule, Alfred
Harrison, Wm Trofatter, GL 2
Hurlbut, J C Taylor, Capt E
Howell, J D Treadwell, D H 2
Henderson, J J Taylor. Chas
Harden, J H Talbot, Mr HI-I
Henderson, JD 2 Thigpen, C
Hamlin, W C Trasey, G W
Humphry, John Tyler, Jared
Henderson, Joseph Thigpen, Travis 2
Hicks, R B Troye, E
Howard, W HI 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, Wrm
Keazer, David Wilson, Henry
Korshbaum, R 2 Wing, A B W 3
Lathrop, E Wood, Tilman
Locklar, J E White, Capt J
Lawrence, Chas Williard, E C
Lewis, Asa Willson, Charles
Lowell,Jos B Wedmar, David
LeeteiGeo W 2 Whitman, Richard
Lawson, PA Winsoj, Isaac
Lyot)s, B H Young Mr
/V Persons calling for any (f the above lttersI
will please say advertised.
GEO. F. BALTZELL, P M.
BLOCKS.-2000 ft common, bushed pid plank
assorted sizes, for saleby ater st
feb26 W AiWOOD, 23 ater st.
fOSHEN CHEESE,-A fresh lotjust received
Sand for sale by B. ELLISCN & Co.
apl6 33 Water st.
SUMMER HATS/-25 doz of file Summer Hat
just received axd for sale bl
febl9 DILL -& CO., 29 Water st.


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..-- IJ T IN APA.L.,1WWCOLA AT
:' auctionON OS THE 8th AY OF MAY
S 'NEXT, IN FRONT OF TVAE APAITACHI-
CCLA E.cHG.XHANGE.
: .. OHERLA S, E COSAM/MIR PARTLETT
TeApalachicola
V becyne purchaser om,e Apalachicola
.., i .. .... ,,. a/ of arch, 1837, of lots
SEand Co on the Ith dat e price of ten hun-
ad ftY dollars, d d' pay $262 50 and ex-
dred- J ..tes ,ac or 62 50, payable on the
S : ut his no,1tes9 and 1840, which are
S 7tby of March, t est. Also, the same, at the
u aid. with the, be ur aser from the same of
S r e ~i~1m, be actio' adjoining in block C,
.., to. 1 tw;nty-five hundred dollars,
second r ngeu s rotes each for $833 33, paya-
Sddi e cof ?iarch, 1838, 1839 and 1840,
l hite 7th id oith the interest.
which are u ADSELL became purchaser from
ELWOO. la Land Company on the 7th day of
i A if Pa of lot No. 9, block H, second range,
S vIarch, 1,If sixteen hundred and twenty-five
,- at the pri did execute his notes each for $541 66,
,7 f 1r the 7th dao of March, 1838, 1839 and
yb h abl re unoa~with the interest.
S184 1 '. HC. BUR SELL became purchaser
s ,ro.n ApEalachicop Land Company on the 7th
~ ar h,1837.flot No. 4, block H, second
S ray t the price thirteen hundred and seven-
r a- dollars, and Nd execute his notes each'for
S ty-3 payable o9 the 7th day of March, 1838,
S' ad 1840, whi are unpaid with the interest.
HN BISHOPt Co. became purchasers from
S Apalachicola ]id Company on the 22d day
S Marchh 1838 o'bt No. 9, in block 149, at the
ice of two hund b and fifty dollars, and did pay
3 A83 33, and execed their notes each for i83 33,
payable on the 2f day of March, 1839 and 1840,
-. one of which is paid with the interest.
.CHARLES PMONDSTON, of Charleston
-.' became purchE r from the Apalachicola Land
S Clompany on O 20th day of April, 1836, of lots
o c Nos. Land 9, block D2, and lots 5 and 16, in
1, block H1 at t price of ten thousand, two hun.
dred and fifty;llars, and did pay $2,562 50, and
executed his _tes each for $2,562 50, payable on
the 20th dayf April 1837 1838 and 1839, two of
S' whidh are uiaid with the interest.
[ WILLIA1 LOW became purchaser from the
Apalachicol Land Company on the 16th day of
V March, 183, if lot No. 3, in block 17, at the price
of sevehif lnired dollars, and did pay $175, and
executed his otes each for $175, payable on the
6th Mardi, 839, 1840 and 1841, two of which are
-iaid wth te interest.
/^A.RLS (C. MILLS became purchaser from
S the A-lcleola Land Company on the 27th day
of Fe uary, 1839, of lots Nos. 8, 9 and 10, in
S block i, at the price of fifteen hundred dollars,
and di pay 375, and executed his notes each for
i $375, payable on the 27th February, 1840, 1841
,\ --and 1i-lf which are unpaid with the in-
te. rest,
AMlBROSE SNOW became purchaser from the
alachitola Land Company on the 16th day of
March, V38, of lot No. 9, in block 11, at the price
i of one ttpusand dollars, and did pay $250 and ex.
ecuted hI notes each for $250, payable the 16th
March, 839, 1840 and 1841, all of which are un-
paid witi the interest.
CHAILES McKINNEY, became purchaser
,.*-. frboM the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 22d
S of May, 1838, of lot No. 11, block B, second range,
for'one thousand five hundred dollars, and did pay
i375, aid executed his notes each for $375, pay-
able on the 22d day of May, 1839, 1840 and 1841,
which ire unpaid with the interest.
JOSEPH FOSTER became purchaser from the
Apalachicola Land Company, on the 20th day of
April, 1836, of lots No. 15 and 19, in block E, se-
cond range, at the price of three thousand Iv-
hundred dollars, and did pay eight hncared and
S eventy-five dollars, and executed his notes each
r $875d payable on the 20th day of April, 1837,
8. and 1839, two of which are unpaid with the
? H. Ri: TAYLOR and JOHN GORRIE became
purchasersfrom the Apalachicola Land Company,
'on the 20th day of April, 1836, of lots 1 and 2,
blockt28, 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, 1837 1838 and 1839, two of which are un-
paid with the interest.
AND WHEREAS, by the agreement made
with said parties, it was fully understood that in
case of failure to pay said notes, the said Com-
S-pany should be at liberty to sell. "And it is fur-
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-
ell 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 given for
aaidlots, and all costs and expense, the same shall
be paid to said (purchaser named) or his legal re-
presentatives."
hAnd, whereas, said parties have failed to pay
said notes as hereinbefore recited: 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 30, 1844.
Card.
MARBLE YARD AT APALACHICOLA.--
The subscriber having established him-
self in this city, respectfully informs the public
that he has on hand, had will at all times be


ready to furnish, at the shortest notice, Marble
work of every kind and quality, including
Tombs, Tablets, Head &"Foot Stones;
Mantle Pieces and facings;
Beaureau and Centre Table Tqg s;
Counter Tops and Fountains, &L, &c.
In short, all articles usually found at an estab-
lishment of the kind. The public are .espect-
fully invited to call and examine for themslIves.
e0 Orders by mail, will be punctually atttnd-
ed to, and shipped to any of the landings on -.e
river, carefully packed in strong boxes.
SIDNEY R. FORD.
0(- The Marble Yard is on Commerce street,
immediately in the rear of McKay & Hartshorne's
stdre. feb26 tf
A ADVANCES ON COTTON.-The subscriber
AX will make libb-al advancements on shipments
of Cotton, consignee to Messrs. Frederick Huth
& Co., Liverpool. DAVID G. RANEY,
febl9 f 43 Water street.
Shavers, look Out !
T HE undersigned takes iis method of caution-
ing the people generally tom trading for either
of two notes made payable to Tarmes B. Starr, and
signed by -Wilson Carlile, one for two and the
other for three hundred dollars; he one for $200
will be due on the 1st of March, 145, neither of
which will he pay, until he obtains titles to the
lands for which said notes were giveri
WILSON CARL.LE"
Tallahassee, Feb. 1st, 1844. mar30 3t


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

N OTICE-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.


MANSION HOUSE.

T HIS establishment is still kept up in the best
and neatest style. No pains nor expense is
spared by the proprietor to render all comfort-
able who favor him with a call. The table ie
spread with the very best the market affords, and
the services of the most attentive servants are se-
cured. Feeling grateful for former liberal patron-
age, the subscriber hopes to merit its continuance.;
BENJ'N HURD.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. febS tf
APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE.
T 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 his
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 thehouse,
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. dec18 tf


THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIP
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office, JVo. 57 Wall Street, JV'. 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 other good offices.
NOURSE & STONE,
Apalachicola, March 23,1844. 46 Water st.


N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
- 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
NTOTICE.-Six months after date, I shall apply
L to the Honora!le 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


Franklin Superior Court.
Henry D. Darden, ) Attachment for $12,000.
vs. Damages $25,000.
Daniel McDougald,
rTHE defendant and all others interested are
lk hereby notified of thejinstitution of the above
suit, and are required to plead according to law.
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Atty's for Pl'ff.
Apalachicola, Nov. 22d, 1843. feb]9 3m


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.


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,
Nov. 30, 1843. 45 Administrator.


T HE ETNAA INSURANCE COMPANY of
Hartford, Conn.--The undersigned agent for
the said Company, 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.
DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.


Franjilin Superior Court.
to Spring Term, 1844.
RaphaelJ. Moses, ATTACHMENT $302 20.

William Tilley. Damages $500.
THI-IE 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


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


HE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
INSURANCE COMPANY, 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,
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.


In Jackson Superior Court,
To the Spring Term, 1844.


N 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


James Boon, )
vs. LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
Piety Boon. )
T HE defendant in said case, will take notice
L that we shall proceed to take the testimony
of Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, William Gay, William
Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the
sixth day of May next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at
the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount,
North Carolina, by interrogatories now filed with
the Clerk of said Court.
YONGE & TAYLOR,
Solicitors for Complainant.
Marianna, April 2d, 1844. ap9 lm


PHOENIX HOUSE.
T HE subscriber having refitted the above es.
J. tablishment, is now prepared to accommo
date his friends and the public in a manner,
which will give satisfaction to all. His table
will be supplied with every delicacy the market
affords, and his whole attention will be devoted
to the comfort of his guests.
Attached to the establishment are two superior
BOWLING ALLEYS, and constant attention is
given to those who indulge in this manual exer-
cise.
OYSTERS, and every other delicacy which
may be wanted for refreshment, can be had at any,
hour.
Arrangements have been made so that perma,)
nent and transient BOARDERS can be as well
accommodated as at any other house in the city,
and the prices are in keeping with the times.
TERMS:
Board and Lodging, per week,.... 1..$7 00
Board, per week, .......................5 00
Board, per day,........................ I 00
Single meal, ........... .............. ..5O
Lodging,.................................50
Nov. 20 41 tf W. H. KELTON


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 llth, 1844. mll 2m


Territory of Florida.
JACKSON COUNTY.
In Richard Wilson, Esqr.'s Justice's Court.
M. L. Cavert, ) ATTACHMENT for $31 26
vs. Returnable to March Term,
Henry B. Cooper. ) 1844.
T HE defendant and all others interested are
.L hereby notified of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, and required to appear and
plead to the same as the law ,r,a. _
iv. L. 'CAVERT, Plaintiff.
Marianna, Feb. 20, 1844. m23


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.
B. DORSEY BATTLE, Adm'r.
JacKson Co., reo-. l1; 1-944. reslS-Zm
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. jan22 6m


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.
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.
HORACE ELY, Plaintiff.
Marianna, January 30th, 1844. feb5 3m


Warehouse Charges adopted by:
the Cotton Presses.
C OTTON for storage will be received at the
Syard, 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 delivered to lighter or vessel. Cot-
ton changing hands will in all cases be liable to
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 ret
ceipt.
All cottons are required to have six good. and
sufficient ropes. Grass, tow, bark or cotton ropes
will be considered unmerchantable and deficit.
All deficient ropes will be charged at the rate of
121 cents per rope, and all bagging at th te of
25 cents per yard. S p s
A. DOWNER, l1gent V:-
for the Scre ress.
C. WILSON, Hydraulic Press.
H. G. GUYON,
Florida Lever Press.
Apalachicola; Dec. 1st, 1843. ;.d7 tf


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


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-
peanng 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 bill of
complaint, or the same will he taken pro confesso.
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.

U. S. fIarshal 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
Sheriff's Sale.
Y virtue of two writs of fi. fa., issued from
Uhe 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, 1 hall expose to sale on Monday the
6th day of Mty next, at 11 o'clock, a. m., in front
of the Court house in the City of Apalachicola,
all the right, titl1and interest of Latham Babcock
in and to fractional lot No. (2) two, in block (11)
eleven, with all ano singular the appurtenances
thereunto belonging, to satisfy said fi. fas.
C. J. SHEPARD, Sheriff,
Franklin Couwty.
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
filed a petition praying for his discharge and
certificate as a Bankrupt; it is ordered that cause
be shown before the Court against said petition,
i" Marianna on the first Manday in May next.
(-est) B G ALDERMAN, Clerk.
"ONGE & TAYLOR, Atty's for Petioner.
Marina, Jan. 25th, 1844. jan29 3m
PILOT AND NAVY BREAD.-50 bbls Pilot
S50 do Navy, for sale by
feb5 w A WOOD, 23 Water st.


Rates of Whartag f
TrHE following are the Rates of Vharfage on
1 all Cotton, Merchandise, &c. loaded or ship-
ped from the Wharf at this Port:,
On Cotton, per bale, landed.., .. .6 cents.
On shipped,, -*..61 "
On Goods per barrel, landed (esti-
mating five cubic feet or )00 lbs.
nett, equal to a barrel,. ...... 3
On Goods, per barrel't, shpped....3 *
Salt, per sack, landO ......... 3 "
shiied........3 "
Wood, per cord.. ........ .25
Lumber, per M et......... 50
Bricks, per M. ......... 50 "
Shingles, per ............ 12 "
Sacks of me. corn, oats, or
other merchbdise, containing
not more tAn three bushels...2 "
All lumber, pit or merchandise, shipped or
board vessels o steam-boats, from other vessel],
steamboats oirafts, lying at the wharf, will be
charged onevharfage only.
Wharfag on cotton, or other merchandise land-
ed, to be -aid by the consignee; and when ship-
ped by tf party taking the bill of Lading.
All eods and merchandise not enumerated
above -ill be charged at corresponding ratesth
Ve.els, lighters and steamboats, lying at the
Wha' and not receiving or discharging cargo,
wiP]e required to pay for the use of the berth the.
su- of two dollars and fifty cents per day, and to!
gFe way to vessels or boats, landing or discharging..
The following Article of the Regulations of the
Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce, will be
strictly adhered to:-
Consignees of cotton shall be allowed thrbe
days for their cotton to remain on the wharf, and
purchasers two days, without incurring extra
wharfage. If after notification by the wharfinger,
they allow it to remain a longer time, they shall'
incur an extra wharfage of 61 cents per bale, for
every twenty-four hours that it remains thereaf-
ter. Wood and lumber shall not be allowed to
remain more than twenty-four hours without in-
curring an extra wharfage for twenty-four hours
thereafter."
All bills will be presented monthly for collec-
tion. NOURSE & STONE.
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. tf


D ISSOLUTION 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 public 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 S. R. FORD.


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 PETER HOBART.
march


Cabinet Furniture,
ETER HOBERT, No. 42 Water street, have
,just received per late arrivals from the North
the following articles of CABINET FURNI-
TURE, which he offers at reduced prices:
Sofas, Sideboards and Secretary's.
Dressing Beaureaus and Bookcases;
Bebsteads of various kinds;
Mahogany Rocking Chairs;
Gill do Cane Back and Seat;
Bostnt do of various sizes; '
Mahogany and Curl'd Maple Chairs;
Fancy & Windsor do of various patterns;
Ladies Work Tables; Looking Glsses;
Looking Glass Plates;
Willow Travelling Baskets, all sizes;
Willow Cradles and Waggons. jan29


L IQUORS AND WINES -Brandy-Otard,
Dupuy & Co's; A Seignette's.
Gin-Holland, anchor bran.
Whiskey-Old Scotch; Monongahela.
Wine-Old Madeira; Sicily; old pure Port;
Champaign, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 4.0 Water st,


Bacon, just received, and for
B. ELLISON & C,.
33 'Water st..


i


LEGAL NOTICES.

Apalachicola District of Florida.
In Superior Court-Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, I CHANCERY.
v IN CHANCERY.
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
IT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the
I 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. m11-4m




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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: April 13, 1844
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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VOLUME H.1 APALACHICOLA. SATURDAY. APRIL 13., 1844 ;. t [i NUMBER 16. jj!I i

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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER S.r CARDS. For the Commercial Advertiser. "
is thus, when passion's fierce desire -1]
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Mr. Editor:-It is natural with me to take Sets all the yielding thoughts on fire, Ii

& &W&mrnm& in the that I find in The conscience sounds th' alarm ; \ 1
BY H. R. Wood, pleasure l gazing upon beauty And then, its ':
religion plays part, )
R. DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN.Office J\o. 136 Water fy SO Pine street. AUCTIONEER, the face of sorrow. There is something in it that To save the burning, broken heart

____.. .
NEW YORK, No. Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla. softens the feelings and makes the heart better; From further lose or harm. = ,
third story BaltzeU's Buildings, corner of PHILANDER KIMBALL
Commerce & Chestnut streets, Proprietor. Michael A. Myers, and thi rs is nothing in life so desirable as a good And should the tow'ring mountains melt 1"t
Andrew S. AUCTION AND COMMISSION When round the earth a fiery belt h.f""
-- Cooke MERCHANT, heart. The ocean is made up of drops of water, Of flaming cities .

AT THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, COMMISSION )MERCHANT, No. 28 Water street, and the moral microcosm is composed of as many The soal secure shall glow 1 upward, rise, r-.l u.i .
:
No. 5 Canal, cor. Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. As round the lurid
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Tchoupitoulas st. vaulted skies ir\ .
New Orleans La. thoughts, which prompt to words and action. Angelic welcomes flow. y, \
Advertisements of ten lines less linesor r
or (twenty SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER.
more in proportion,) conspicuously insertedat Refers to-Messrs Harper &, Holmes, Seward Dill & Co. Every thought, therefore, that will move the heartto AALACHICOLA, April, 1&14.STREET ,l.<
tlnov ;
the following rates: jan15 Apalachicola, Fla. AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS kindness, compassion or pity, will be more or
FIGHT.-On Jt
One year... ....$10 00 One month.... $2 50 Wm. G. Porter & Co. No. 29 Water street. less useful according to the manner in which it is Saturday last, about noon ,

Six months,..... ...7 00 Three weeks,. ....2 00 DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION {fcl* Liberal advances made on all consignments, presented. Versification is oftentimes a pleasant says the Mobile Register of the 25th ult., a most

Three months,. ....5 00 Two weeks,.... ..1 50 MERCHANTS. and business entrusted to them will be unhappy affray took place before thepost-office.
Two months,.. ....4 00 i lOne insertion,..... 1 00 No. 41 Water Street promptly attended to way of attracting the mind, and as an occasional The follows -
,
particulars are as :-
When advertisements are sent without any special nov25 ly dpalachicola, Fla. Refers to-LANE & READ, Boston. indulgence of this sort affords me amusement, I named ,
Lumsden
A who
directions as to the number of insertions hope that neither 1 person as far as we
Portland
CARY COOK, Me.S. you, or your readers, will be
required, it will be understood that they are to McKay & Hartshorne, WHITTITR' Hallowell. displeased with- could discover, is of respectable character and ;

be published UNTIL, FORDID; they will therefore COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Apalachicola Aug. 26. ly demeanor, considered himself wronged by Mr.

be continued at our discretion, and charged. No. 40 Water street, THE PLIGHTED FAIR ONE.BY Felix Senac, of the post-office. About noon.yesterday -

according to the foregoing rates. .. novl Apalachicola, Florida. Jamey F. Farrior, WILLIAM SIDNEY. Mr. Lumsden met Mr. Senac in the vestibule

Le>ial Advertisements of which the term of publication W. PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC, No footstep sounded the of the Mansion House (whether by designer
A. & P. C. Kain on street, .
is known Some
not words
not ) ensued
is fixed Apalachicola, Fla. angry ;
law will Nor
by only be exceptedfrom COMMISSION midnight breezes dar'd to meet,
the above rule. MERCHANTS, May always be found at the office of Farrior & To break the solemn gloom ; and, we believe, threats. The parties then septa ,
No. 52 Water street, Co. No. 44Vater He The rated, Mr. Senac going into the post-oflce. In a
To those who advertise by the year a liberal dis- st. would respectfully solicit twinkling lustre of the sky,
count will be made ; but all advertisements not Liberal Apalachicola. the patronage of his friends and acquain In soft effulgence, fell from high, moment he returned and approached Lumsden,

strictly pertaining to their own business, as advances made on Cotton shipped to tances. dec25 On April's virgin bloom. who was leaning against one of the awning posh
Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also in on Royal, the of Conti street. Setaeexcited
near corner
.
well as all l legal advertisements sent in by them, store. t Then, early scenes of childish love- ,
will be charged at the usual rates. novl ly H. R. Wood, The winter's fire, and shadr.grove- conversation ensued, and Lumsden struck ....

All announcements of candidates for office, will I' JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. NOTARY PUBLIC.No. Stole o'er young Selwyn s mind ; the other a slight blow in the face, with his hand.

be charged >FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass, J. Day & Co., 31 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla. And dreams of bliss inflam'd his zeal, Mr. Senac immediately drew a revolving pistol
payable in all cases in advance. COMMISSION And made a constant lover feel and commenced firing dit at him. The cap of the .
All Communications, No. 52 Water MERCHANTS, Win. Sydney Green, M. D.DR. That Mary would be kind. first barrel exploded. The second and two others '
when
( admissible,) of a street, .
GREEN takes this
individual JanS ly opportunity of expres "Ah dearest Mar'tis took effect. One struck below the heart; the
personal or nature, or puffs of new Apalachicola, Fla. his gratitude to his patrons and to thy youth,
Inventions & ; assure Thy worth and beauty draw the truth other in the abdomen, and the third in the left ',i
goods, c., will be charged for as Harper & them that it shall be his constant endeavor to rev ,
advertisements, at our discretion. Holmes, der himself more useful in his profession. Resistless, from my heart ; thigh cutting off'entirely a portion of one or two f J\

COMMISSION MERCHANT, Office on Centre, near Water street. dec25A If Selwyn loves, he loves indeed, fingers of Lumsden's. The latter, after being ,1
\ ,
(OJ- The following gentlemen are our authorized No. 51 Water street, Nor lets his reckless fancy feed shot, drew a sword-cane, rushed on Senac and : i
jan29 Apalachicola, Fla. Card. On coquett'ry's vain art." would undoubtedly have killed him> if the Mayor ;;

igents; and they are empowered to receipt DOCT. S.V.. SPENCER has removed his Then, my own Selwyn, let this night who was fortunately near, had not interfered.He .- -i

for tie payment of any subsriptions, advertisement David G. Raney, to the Baltzell Buildings, second floor, Be witness of the sacred plight seized the arms of Lumsden, and covering the .

!or other printing, to be forwarded to us:- I COMMISSION AND fc FORWARDING MERCHANT over the store of N. Miller & Co. Entrance from That love delights to make ; breast of Mr. Senac, received a blow on the wrist .

B. fc. ALDERMAN DEALER IN GOODS, Chestnut street. His residence is on Live Oak The mem'ry of the April flowers which cut it entirely through. The parties were -
Marianna Fla. No. 43 Water
J. street. street, formerly the residence of''Charles Rogers, This lovely m ht-these silent hours then separated, Lumsden from weakness fellprostrate t
S ,
SANCHEZ> St. Augustine, Fla. jan29 tIn Apalachicola, Fla. I'll cherish for thy sake." 'f
J. ATKINS, Tallahassee Fla. Esq. dec4 and was carried into the office.- f Dr.

E. I.} GIBSON, Quincy, Fla. D. B. Wood &: Co., I. W. "Come, dearest Mary: to my arms, Levert, where all practicable remedies were ap'' ;
Spratt
JAS,, PENN, St. Joseph, Fla. COMMISSION No.: 29 Water MERCHANTS. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR, AT LAW. And Shall sacred here find, thy melting charms plied to his wounds. In the evening he was stillalive 1 1
street ever
N. lAXER, Brown's Ferry, Fla. janl Apalachicola, Fla. WILL for the future reside in this city. All Thy name shall glow repose.in Selwyn's heart, and." hopes were entertained that he wouldrecover. .

FRANCIS ARNOU, Calhoun County, Fla. have committed legal business to his And there a constant balm impart, J
W. TABOR, Washington County, Fla. B. Ellison & Co., care while a resident of Quincy, will please address To soothe his rising woes. "
Extraordinary .
Ceremon
-The
A. S. GREENWOOD DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS him at this place. He will continue a regular Marriage y :
Albany Baker
.
Co. Ga.Accommodation ,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, attendance upon the courts of Jackson and "But hark, my :Mary! whence that sound 1 neighborhood of St. Johns Chapel, St. John's
-- w No. 33 Water street, Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at The walls are gleaming ai{ aroundA square, Clerkenwell, has recently, as we learn

Stage decl ly Apalachicola, Fla. Tallahassee. light sweeps o'er the sky- from a London paper, been the scene of great :\

THE subscriber begs leave to E. R. FLEWEW-EW. Office over W. ..WnM'_,No. 2.1 urAtOl' :atrPo t A sudden blaze is shooting forth, interest and curiosity, in consequence of ,a cere* .
inform the M. M. BUTT. Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844. AS moogii ex *nmet fell to earth, of
public, that he has Flewcllen & Butt, Ad'fi"! met InKS mono a most novel and extraordinary character
they
on hand two cry. having
good TWO HORSE taken
place
:-
FACTORS & COMMISSION lagon &: Owens,
CARRIAGES, one he intends keeping in Talla- ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS "The watchman's cry of 'fire !' I hear- "TH* Rev. Mr. Hugh Hughes, minister of St. _'
MERCHANTS. AT LAW .
hassle, and the other at his old stand at Chatta- Abbeville A thousand tongues repeat with fear John's Chapel [n the course of his visitations to .
No.2 Columbus and Troy Ala. '
The wild
alarm of fire
Block !
hoocnee, ready to run at all times whenever call relieve the poor in the lower walks of life '
ed and Apalachicola, Fla.: WILL practice in the County and Circuit The city bells sound quick and loud, afford them and .1
upon, on very accommodating terms. His Q5- Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped of the counties of Montgomery, Pike, And water water!' ia the crowd religious aid.discovered a great num 'v
Horses and Carriages are good, and his drivers to New York, Liverpool l or Havre. d256m Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing the Is heard in accents dire. ber of persons, (of both sex?,) living together in
careful and obliging, and from his endeavors to t a state of profligacy. Through ttie medium 'of '
eighth Judicial Circuit of
plea*;and ccommodate the public heretofore, he Kinibroiigh & Kid h wa Y, WOODSON L.the State of Alabama. "And hark the en;ines' rumbling sound, his exhortations they were brought to n sense of
confidently for COMMISSION: AND LIGON, Like distant thunder, shakes the ground, the
hopes a continuance of favor and FURtiYAItUIIi'Gb1EltCHAN'rS. Abbeville impropriety of such a course of life, and
Henry co., Ala. And bursting flames now roar
patronage.Chattahoochee REUBEN SCOTT. __ MAST S .F .OWg NS..,..___,._ _. The burning smoke and angry fire; __ eighty-six men and women,consisting of butcher* ;
Fla. Florida.
April 1,1S44. Apalachicola, ...d.. costermongers! tailors shoemakers and
Trov, Pike co., Ala. A**o* ag"-clift'ninjr dome and others, of
WM. H.
((0- The Stage will be found at :the Planters' KIMBHOUGH. 7JOHNT -Refers to- In lurid terror soar. spire various trades and callings, consented, at the request 3

Eotel, Tallahassee. aplG 3m I. RlDGW AV. ) Col. A McAllister of the Rev. gentleman,
Now, Selwyn views, with toappear at St.
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned tour Henry co,Ala.Mai. swimming eyes, John's
o
Chapel
j ,
on Monday there
Gen..A J McAllister His to
New Arrangement. friends in New York Boston dearest, fairest, on -lov'd prize- the go through
,
Liverpool or \Wnnco matrimonial m ata.
Jefferson
Buford. Eufaula. Ala. looks. tic.. ; troinc. incmvA. ceremony
THE substantial fast runnine U. Havre. --- ----- ''' -
Mail Boat SIREN- decl ly Hon'le. Jas E Belser1fontgomery, Ala. Swift as the bounding roebuck-r'-flies, ".hvery; arrangement was made for this occasion *
S.
&it Master, will hereafter,leave SharpTess Apa-, T. II. & C. H. Austin, Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaines, Ga. Or eagle darting through the skies, with, and at an early hour the galleries were filled '
He and shouted highly
ran fire
respectable
lachicola every Tuesday and Sat- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Messrs. Chester & McGriff Apal'a. Fa. in order persons,male and female "a.
to witness
urda night, at 10 o'clock, for"Brown's Ferry, and Ko. {Water street, January 25th, 1844. jan29 tf The ready firemen boldly! stand, of the edifice the ceremony, and the body
And was crowded whilst the t
,
nimbly each
move brawny hand greatest
will ; Apalachicola. ,
ave Brown's Ferry every Sunday and OF interest
LUl\1BER.-Having received To force the was manifested outside :
Liberal INSPECTOR water high by numerous t
advaices ;
Wednesday evening, Chattahoochee every Monday New York. made on Cotton shipped to of Inspector of Lumber, I And glitt'ring spray in beauty bends, spectators. The police, and Bucklaw, the beadle 1

Thursday, at 1 clock, P. M. noel ly will attend at any time to the duties of the ap And on the curling flame descends, were in attendance to keep order, and preventany F

The IREis neatly arranged, and for the Thos. L. Ulitclicl, pointment. In vap'ry smoke to die. inconvenience. At 8 o'clock in the morning j "

uasurpasLj convenience and accommodation of passengers is COMMISSION & FORWARDING {fe3- Office 42 Water street-up stairs. But still, the sudden flashes fly the C happy couples began to arrive, and they ,t
the river.
by any boat on feb26 PETER HOBERT- Like were ushered '
, V& MERCHANT. lightning through a stormy sky, through one door into pews The
VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS
No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola. And breaking timbers fall ; reverend gentleman at length took his station at
Apalach \pla, March la, 18-14. Contractors. LUCAS,Inspector and mea- The flames the
altar
dec7 ly NOTICE-JOHK as wildly bend their way, and commenced his labor,when he con
for Franklin county-hopes Nor force, but of the wind, obey, tinued to go through! the solemn amid
S nmer Augusta.THE Dodge & Gardner, to merit and receive a share of patronage. And stream from wall to wall. the greatest silence, until he successively ceremony solemnized *

fine fast running first class GROCERS"'& COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -10 bxs No. 1 Boston bar The ringing bells repeat their sound- twenty-three marriages, some young, somemiddleajred
yellow
r :Steamer AUGUSTA Jas. Soap.
B. Hall, No. 40 'Vater street, SOAP Again the watchword round and others old repentants. On TAies* -
N York passes ,
.,,t l\aster, will run regularly during declS Apalachicola, Fla.I I 5 Winchester's As screams of anguish ris P ; day, the Chapel was again crowded, and the ceremony -
season between family. And all
Apalachicola around, where air
and Columbus, wyn Samuel Scliifler. 10 Kimball's and Toi- The can play, was performed with twenty-eight more
the river will admit, touch superior Shaving fell destroyer finds its way, couple."
ing at all the intermediate landing. She will be WHOLESALE & DETAIL GROCER, let Soap. Mid dying, smother'd crie .

at EUFAULA on h do "nward trip, every Wednesday No. 49 Witer street 20 bbls Soap, the best and cheapest for wash The tradesman LOOK ON- THE BRIGHT SIDE.-There is phflo
rushes
and will take eIght or passengers on the janl Apalachicola, Fla. ing and stowing cotton. And boldly bursts the flaming to his store door, sophy here.-"Alwa's look on the bright side

most reasonable terms, nd insurance can be ob- W. A. Wood, Just received and for sale low by His treasures there to save ; No matter how dark your path may be=no matter r

tuned on her as low as\ any other beat. COMMISSION\ FORWA1DING MERCHANT, S. DILL & CO. The rattling! chairs are backward borne how many briars obstruct your way, look

The Augusta's accommodations for passengers AND SHIP C&\DLER, marll 29 Water st. The gambler's table overthrown steadily on the bright side. Happy they whose

are not excelled, her. Ciyn being 1 all in State No. 23 Waterstreet, The sick, God's mercy crave; hearts are so constructed that all is bright before

rooms, and every exertion ,
the well known reputation.'L s* has sustained for lyITIoore .I THF. subscriber i'as iust received; per ship A form that angels might admire, light; sorrow is turned into joy-grief into plea

safety, comfort despatch.For &: JTIctenzio] Washinrtm, and other late arrivals, So lovely and so fair; sure, and on every side, the good and beautiful-

freight or passage: applyo COMMISSION MERCHANTS a large and extensive: -!SS';rt(7\ent of Goods suitable Her soft, white hands were gently rais'd, the bright and the glorious, triumph over sin and

STOW &, S1\HR, No. 32 Water stoat, for the'prec::er.t :,rd censing season, consisting tij bile gleaming fire around her blaz'd, deformity, fear and doubt, and the heavens

THOS. A. TBiRY, Apalachicola. in part of the frllowint; ; articles, viz- As rose to heav'n her prayer. that give blackness to the suspicions very and moping

Ague JOHN M. MOORE. > 200 pair Cottonade Pants, But are hung Vestments
Eufaula. Mary's voice was heard too late of glory and grandeur so ,
B. ELLISON &',o., WM. A. 111CIk>:NZIE, ) novl ly 100 Tuckapaw To soothe the frown of ruthless fate, beautiful, that the heart cannot contemplate them

mar4 Agents, Ap hicola. 50 Grass Linen: Pants, Or cheer the gloom of day ; without bursting with fulness of joy. .
..__ Farrior & C
Steamer Charleston. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING 75 tfc assorted And helpless, on a grassy plot CC A gentleman called aHead last

THE new, splendid v
r running steamer CHARLErr-ON, No. 44 Water-street, 50 summer Dress and Frock Coats, variouspatterns. She threw herself upon the ground, pledge, and was asked by his friend to t ,

Freeman, Master, will, in c< nec. nov25 ly Apalacijcola, Fla. And in her tears a balm she found take a glass of wine with him. ,
nection with the LOWELL, i cake 50 Cottonade and Grass Linen Jackets s To soothe: her agony. "tiVhy"replied the
gueSt1 thought had
regular temi-weekly trips between Eufaula hd J. W. Woodland &Co. 25 doz. linen bosom Shirts,different qualities, While Selwvn gasp'd his life away, signed the pledge." you ,

Apalachicola, and all intermediate landings, a? COMMISSION MERC HA NTS, 25 col'd cotton fast colors. She And caught from heav'n a glimm'nng ray, 'c So I have, but then you know all signs fail in t ,

when the condition of the river will warrant wtt No. 18 Commerce street, 150 pairs Gents Prunella, Buckskin and 'Goat pour'd this melody : dry weather," replied the host.

run to Columbus. New Orleans, La. iovl ly skin Gaiter Boots, Dear
Selwyn, of life
your journey is now o'er
;
The t
Charleston is neatly arranged for the com- 200 pairs Men's Morocco Slippers, And soon your! own Mary snail: see you >*o more COTTOX GOODS TO CHL..A.-It is stated that "
brt and convenience of passengers, and withal 1. Thomas Bertram, 10 cases Gents calf sewed and pegged Boots, Your spirit will rise to he City: of Love, ; one house in Boston has shipped 700,000 piecesof i ,

i a large, well built craft, capable of carrying as COMMISSION MERCHANT, 100 pairs Men's calf high and low quarter Shoes To mansions prepar'd in the I kingdom above. cotton goods to China within the last year; .

such freight, with perfect boat on 1'0.54 Common street. 50 and the whole amount sent thither .'. .
safety, as any pcs Mosquitoe Netting, Forsaken and from this .,,;;'- ... ;
dying
fte Chattahoochee, and can afford to do it as -, NEW ORLEANS. nfr. ly 3 cases Gents fine Moleskin and Fur Nutria By pitying angels, that, my o".ed Selwyp was found country: during the same period was two and a : .
around
tteaply. For freight! or P asses e, apply to either T Hats, : half million pieces. "
g S. B. Hamilton, And swiftly the iy; bore hIm, in rapture above ;
JOHN M. MOORE, DEAR IN READY MADE CLOTHNG 100 doz Palmleaf Hats, of different qualities, The star-span6l I d ski., to the CIty of Love. lJuELLING.-Two d
,
WM. A. SCANDRETT & Co. No. 3 Gents fine Leghorn and Sea Grass Hat rausquetoes one morning,
47 Water street, cJStaUinefountainsof met on a leaf in a garden. Both
.
Obrims. "There life were filled with .
Agents Eufaula. decl wide and gurgle
!
narrow near-
MOORE & l\ Apalachicola, f-i. The wa /are of ffPjd. and the blood drawn from their last nocturnal depre ,,,
McKENZlE, A good assortment of Ladies' fine and fancy.colored ln the transparent! appear, -
McKAY & HARTSHORNE, ',N. Miller"* Co. and black Gaiter Boots. And pig Petals of death, he shaft move dations. They were silent, and "dumpy,? cross k
,
fe1J19 In glpdmne 1 thrpugh the City of Love. and savage. One of them ran out his srjng and
--- Agents Apalachicola.LEATHERS. DEALERS\tf CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOs, ALSO-Ladies''fine black kid Slippers, and d it t
\ HATS variety of other articles which are offered and !;ynen heavenly ijnebdy rolls through the sky, wiped on his foreleg. The other.thrust out
&c.
Just
,
received jfi glory eternall' his sting, and
of live pointed it
a quantity bursting towards the fir t mns-
.
Corner will be sold cash on high, -
Water
Geese at>d Chesnut streets, very low for byFRANCIS last
J Feathers, which will be sold low for> KOPMAN. JJay Mary m ic then min g le above, queto. This was considered an insult. And so
t7>.bJ P. \Apalachicola. novlly'L. To sweeten his blir* in the the offended the _?
- HOBERT, Apalachicola, March 11,1844. mil tON / City of Love. musqueto steps up to. other and '
Jeb26_ 42 Water st. Jtat ., ,,frauds, "Green over his bidy the myrtle hall says:-::"Did you turn up your sting at me ?"
wave,
MERCHANT BAILOR: ed And roses and jessamines The answer was I out'my
ran sting
SHAKER'S & CLOTHIER manufact cover his ;you can
GARDEN SEED. grave .
-A fresh supply CONSIGNMENT50bsold And Mary shall I : apply it '-
No. 226J Bowery IOTcash mourn, like,a lone as you choose.
dOTe ;
turtle '
JUst received and }for sale by ner Ricittg ton st. \\ very y And fly from his ,
f10 NEVI YOBg to.flb' to the City of Love." Answer"Sir; remark savors of '
.
B ELLISON & CO. f noel ly oton short time approved rascality., 4
papery .
33
"Bah
Water st. A exclaimed the other '
DAVID G. dvicg smile her cheek ( a ,downright
______ P. jfey'd o'er .:
Hobatf
KENTUCKY BAGGING & BALE marl 43 WaK_ street.. And mourn t /'Mazy Qiakeoo more, insult No gentlemanly musqueto will submit tor
ROPE MANUFACTURER AND -- And such
INsale lifelesy treatment without
DEALER near l m late demanding t 'satisfaction!
_kronble ees Bagging; 200 coils Rope for CABINET FURNITURE, b ICE-A fresh supply of a pry article, for The night of horror rol1'd m"'r, Draw, villain,and defend yourself!"' .

.".'..:klb taros 1iy T. L. MlTCHix, Up Stairs, No. 42,Water Street, A sale lowby T. L. X ITCHEL.113reb16 But still it w LS a.gloomy oayV\* They rushed together and.runniDg one another> '
33 33 Water st. The dreadftal 1 havoc nmdr.Y >
Watlr It. drelllj Aylnchicola. through the body, died Itonor'aMc deatfci.' -' 4

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[From our Extra of Tuesday last.] CONGRESSIONAL.r [Written for the Comm'l.Advertiser.] I plain, satisfactorily, the manner in which they

COMMERCIL! 1DVERTI R. GREAT CONFLAGRATION The memorials against the modification of the ON THE PREVENTION OF MALARIAL effect the cure. Indeed, what can we know 01 a
disease, or how it be remedied
= The jjpalachtcola Custom House and several from the DISEASES. can on scientific
present Tariff, are still being presented
; principles, when its causes are so obscure
I" ;t APALACHIOOLA,. SATURDAY, APRIL IJ, ISt4. > Stores in Ruins! citizens manufacturing districts, and from the iron regionin INTRODUCTION.- II. I elude the researches of all classes of pod as to
tw and ono.
t ? enjll 12 o'clock last night, our
Pennsylvania.A At the number phers ? If this be true as applied to the
toused conclusion of txlilder
will preach from their beds by a tremen our preceding
( Rev. Dr. PIERCE of
O- Georgia dous and deafening explosion, followed immediately report has been made by the committee on we attempted to show the injurious effect, upon forms of malarial disease .every medical I11aQ

To-morrow (Sunday, 13th) in the room usually by the ringing of hell and the appaling public buildings, in favor of using the Drummond the prosperity of the southern states, of the an- must admit that yellow fever, and even the her

:( occupied by the M. E. Society, at half past 10 cry of FIRE in every direction. We were among light for illuminating the hall of the House of nual absenteeism of the trading portion of its grades of congestive and the common biliOQa

11 ti o'clock A. M.. and at 3 o'clock, P. M.; also, in the number who hastened to the spot, but we Representatives at night. This brilliant light is community. Besides the hurtful consequence fevers the feebleness, are beyond of the his control, and prove either
had street before the which follows from the to the body politic healing art, as a science,
into the practice, tt
at half-past : scarcely emerged and nitrogen
the at the Mansion-House of -
,Eening produced by two jets the inefficiency of its
', flames burs{ forth from the windows and roof of uniting oxygen it also does much to abase the moral and intellectual practitioners. The unmanageable .
1 <1 7 o'clock. the buildings with frightful rapacity. We could upon unslacked calcined lime, in a state of character, and to lessen the interests of symptoms of these diseases, as tht?

i OC -THE: FIRE AWD THE THtsyE8.- on not, certainly, ascertain how the fire originated, combustion. The intention of the projector, Mr. the traders themselves. In the present conditionof spring up, doubt and
. I i discovered that many of but the current belief obtains that it broke out Grant, is to have upon a desk a series of points, commerce-a condition that impels the most into despondency while tHei

I'' t' Tuesday morning it was in the Drug Store owned by Mr B. S. Hawley, in revolving by clock work, which will maintain the active competition, and which is favored by a frequent termination in death appall the heart,tf

I the articles removed from the Store-rooms, adjacent the row ot large brick stores on Water street, be- light for twelve successive hours. The object in free, frequent and expeditious intercourse with the stoutest. Justly confident of the utility of

to the Fire, were lost or stolen. Search was tween. Panton and Centre streets. The drug this is to avoid the disagreeable every part of the civilized world-it is impossiblethat their profession, as physicians generally are,and
introducing light
i Ozelo which was at the store, with its entire contents :Mr. the business of community can be so proud as many of them may be of their individual
(except any
I + ,. made on the brig lying Haws and odour from the lamps, which is so unhealthy skill all must that the
and several articles were ley's book-safe), were destroyed. All the stock, generally profitable, that, by the honest labour of acknowledge higher grades
perfectly.Mr.
t" ) wharf nearly) opposite accounts clothing, &c. of Messrs. Whitmarsh & also to light the hall more six months, the commonweal can be maintainedand of malarial disease and more particularly whe

found in the forecastle known to belong to Mr. B. Richardson, dealers in Groceries, in the same Dromgoole, from the committee of ways its population supported throughout the whole it assumes the form of the epidemicalfever 1eno..t.

S Ellis, which had been removed in the hurry and building, and nearly the entire stock of Messrs. and means, has reported a resolution declaring that year. To attain even a portion of such unnatural mock alike the scientific efforts of the enlightened .

placed in the street. A cask of wine, also, was Avery & Jones in the adjoining building were the recent emission of Treasury notes, at a nominal results, the southern trader,fettered in the chains physician and the presumptuous labors
also consumed. The the of selfishness influenced by the stronger claimsof of the empiric. But if it were otherois*: ..if
at or
found claimed by Mr. E. J. Wood, on which two contents of the law office interest, 'payable on presentation Treasury, ,
I of G. S. Hawkins, Esq. over the store of Avery without authority. his distant home, has to overlook every object these diseases submitted readily to the control of
after the issued
of the men were regaling themselves, were for its end the welfare of the medicine-how infinitely superior to their
& Jones, were saved by the intrepid exertions of resolution making the having simply, aet
+ fatigues of the night. The chests in the fore- several citizens, who perilled their lives by entering Mr. McKay reported a community in which he temporarily resides. His successful treatment must that device be which

castle were searched, and in two of them were through the windows, amidst the flames Tariff bill the special order of the day for the 9th sole purpose being immediate and large gain, to promises to make certain, with due precaution

which were identifiedas and dense volumes of smoke, to save all in their of April. accomplish it-besides the legitimate means of the impossibility of their existence! That
found
goods packed away, power. Mr. Hawley's iron chest was drawn out Mr. Tappan, in the Senate, called up a resolu- industry and enterprise-he too frequently thinksit must be a decided improvement in the art fl

of those missing. The two sailors, to whom from amidst the crackling; flames and falling timbers tion authorising the Secretary of the Senate to requisite to practise fraud and extortion ; and medicine which provides the means of preventipi

t the chests belonged, were brought before Justice by means of a long fire-hook ; the books employ Hiram Powers to carve busts of all the in an imaginative necessity finds an excuse that diseases." It must also be admitted that, inde.

Valleau, and fully committed for trial. and papers, although somewhat defaced were Presidents of the United States; which resolutionwas he unhesitatingly pleads before the august tribu- pendent of the suffering which, in a greater.. cr
still nal of conscience. Under the that less degr.ee, accompanies every disease, itt pr .
the articles removed into the streets sufficiently legible to be read. The books, impulsion a
of adopted.Mr.
J Many &c. of Mr. C. S. Tomlinson, who had an office in large portion of every community feels, to do a vention is of greater consequence to society thaa
were damaged but so large a part of them were the building, as also the bedding and wardrobe, Merrick has made quite a long speech explanatory great quantity of business in the least possible its cure;" and, we trust, the time will IOOQ

stolen or lost, that: our police have been quite with some money, belonging to Mr. Jesse Leea of the various sections of the Post Office time, a southern city presents, during its season arrive when the attention of medical men trill

busy ever since. Several of the vessels leaving clerk employed in the store of D. B.Vood & bill.The of business, the appearance of a perpetual bustle, be turned as much to the former as, in all past
Whitmarsh the estimates summed and incessant the of its inhabitants time, it has been directed to the latter.
Co. following an
and in the and who had a lodging-room over are as up struggle on part -
searched
for other ports have been &. Richardson's-were likewise destroyed. Three by the committee as the revenues of the Post Office to anticipate, overreach and supersede, As the only rational system of preventing maladies
trunks or chests of two men, who had taken pas : to his Controlled the all- must be founded on a means of preventing
or four other individuals are also sufferers a Department, for the fiscal commencing July, every one, neighbor. by
sage in the schr. Ann Estell for Charleston, were partial extent. year absorbing passion for gain, the heart becomes the generation of their cause, or of turning It

found which had been taken from some of Through the intrepid exertions of our firemen, 1844: corrupt and enfeebled, and the understanding depressed aside, we propose to show.how malaria, so far as
goods aided by of the citizens, the devouring From letter postage on 60,000,000 letters, at an and contracted. That these moral and it affects the safety of man, may be rendered innocuous .

I the stores, also several articles of clothing belonging element was many prevented from extending to the adjoining average rate of 7i cents each,.. ....$4,000,000 intellectual consequences are the result of the ; and, consequently, how the whole daa

I' to J. A- Deblois, Esq. whose trunk had buildings ; and, providentially, there.was From newspapers, pamphlets,
been taken from one of the offices in the neighborhood little or no wind astir at the time, or there IS no From drop letters,.... .. ... . .... 20,000 states, is generally believed ; and that they are superseded. The discovery of the precise nature

( of the fire and carried on board of the telling the extent of the destruction which must From miscellaneous, surplus commis- subversive of the true interests of man, is attestedby of malaria is essential to a perfect knowledge of

schooner. The trunk was found next morning, have ensued, as, besides other combustible material sions, box rents, &c. ... ... .. 20,000 the failure of vast numbers to attain that independence this its effects subject.are also Although better our adapted means than for preventing
thousand bales substantial livelihood any pre.
I there are from six to seven From fines. ... .. . .... .... . 500 -or even a
the wharf broken and rifled of its con- vious device, for ascertaining its properties,
on open of Cotton lying on our wharves.-Our citizens which is the object of all their toils. wi

1 tents. The two men were arrested by the city are yet busy, reclaiming all they can from the Nor is the of from businessor cannot.pretend to have determined them. Era

smouldering ruins, and we cannot correctly ascertain Total. .... .. .. .. .$4,890,500 season exemption if our invention be fully adequate to solve tbs
marshal and committed for trial. One
yesterday if we maybe permitted the term, the nacatwn
on whom the heaviest loss will fall, but we Total revenue for the past year,as stated subtle and recondite question, we have not jet
is old offender named Powers who -attended with less evil to the itinerant southern
of them ,
an for
I hear it stated that the loss to the Georgia Insurance by the Post Master General,. .. . 4,275,925 trader. It must be in idleness had time or conveniences making the reqoiite
has, probably served an apprenticeship in some I C and it is of universal observation that
a principle
to the at in
+ \ heretofore. dollars. according opinions present vp,
rests
I penitentiary -Suspicion on some Excess over year ending June, 1843,. 514,575 the more idle a man is, the more liable is he to sol ti01l '
Mr. Hawley understand who with the dependant upon vaporous or gaseous c?
we ,
others, and we hope that all who are guilty will He yield to the of vice and dishonesty.
Trustees of the Life and Trust Bank, owned the Mr. Phelps spoke against the bill. said that temptations their polarized condition in connection wit!neg.

be discovered and punished. building he occupied, was insured to the amount the mere clipping of the franking privilege would Besides, the permanent members of a communityare ative or positive electricity, or any other site of

last of $1,000 on the house, and $5,000 on the con effect nothing. He was in favor of a revision and less accessible to such temptations, from the matter, must still be classed among those ircaaa
ROAD TO THE UPPER COVNTIEs.-Early obvious that must feel themselves the
reason they of which will ] reveal to
nature only
tents. The other building belonged to Messrs. reduction of postage, but the great evil was the themseJTei
I summer we called the attention of our citizensto I J. Lahens & Co. of New York, which was insured enormous price paid contractors, which was as conspicuous objects in the eyes of their neigh- time and an adequate means of investigate
bors and that have character to lose
they more
of road from
the propriety and advantages a to the amount of $4,000. The amount of
much now as it was thirty years ago, although the by a departure from propriety. They will also, "Felixpotuit rerum eognoscere caua
this place to Gadsden or Leon counties, for thee insurance on the stock of Messrs. Avery & Jonesis metua omnis et inexorabile
fatmSttbjecit ,
facilities of intercommunication, and improvements for the same reason, and from a sense of the domestic Jltque
$6,000, which will not their loss. .
purpose of facilitating th trade to our city, and Messrs. Whitmarsh & Richardson cover lost everythingstock of the country enabled them to carry the duties they owe to their relatives and associates pedibvs"

f also to improve the regularity and expediting of of goods clothing, bedding and furniture, : mails at much less cost. i cultivate better habits. Even if inclined We know the effects of malaria: the dmma

i our mails. Two routes have been suggested, and and some money-believed to be about $5,000- Mr. Calhoun arrived in Washington on the 29th i to dishonesty, they will be less liable to practiseit means of preventing them and that, aslinall

both examined: one from a point nearly opposite and no insurance. The loss in the customhousewill ult., and was to have entered on his duties on I, from the natural desire to sell their character similar phenomena, an accurate scrutiny of these
for integrity at a higher price than the ordinary
effects must safe iseful
be precede
trifling. The books and oooid3 wre Monday the 1st. any reasoning or
the Bluff to Quincy, distance about 68 miles; busmen::: of life can often afford. On the other
saved, but the Collector, Mr. Nourse, will be a experiments on the nature of their cause. ,
this has been travelled over and marked out. by loser, by the destruction of the furniture, desks' ocr The amount of duties received at the New hand, the immigrant, finding his residence limit- In presenting these numbers to the pubic, ire

} Wm. Rowlet, at the instance of som of our citizens 'and stationery, to the amount of $150. The York Custom House during the quarter ending on ed months, by the instinct the of self-preservation, to a few are well aware they will be found liable b the

whole amount of loss is probably about $90,000 i at expiration of which he must fly objection that several subjects are mingled together *
,"*, and is believed by many to be practicable. about two-thirds of which will be covered by in, the 1st of April, was $5,731,546 57, being more from any character he may acquire, cannot have in a manner scarcely permitted l fy: the

The other is from Cat-Point, by St. Marks, tot surance. A number of merchants in the same than the estimate of the Sec'y of the Treasuryfrom : the same inducement to gain a good one that strict rules of criticism. Still, in advancing such

t k 'VJahassee, which has lately been surveyed byI block have met with considerable loss. In the all the Custom Houses in the country. I he would have, were his habitation permanently propositions as are legitimately connected with

P "<% Ker. We are not sufficiently acquainted I panic, almost everything was removed to the i fixed in one place. We do not mean fo imply the device, which is the foundation of our I plan>

t .: ....lth the geography of the country to form coriftct streets,) into other stores, and some on board the TALLAHASSEE, March 20th, 1844. i that the immigrant may not have as proud a spirit for preventing the effects of malaria, we consider
rIHf steamers and vessels lying at the wharves. Someof To the citizens of Leon and Wakulla counties: i and as pure a conscience! as the native;-the man it but Drop ?r that twp should fnllnw t Mn*A iWr
opinion about the practicability of either Fellow Citizens:-The undersigned,being calledon of sound moral principles will be gorerned by -
the :
goods were lost, some broken, defaced or natural,if not inevitable consequences. We make ,
4.4 last fall, of the citizens
by some of tbia
route> ; but if the work can be accomplished at a damaged by water some mislaid, and, we are Wakulla county, to examine the country between mind I them.whether its at broad home base or abroad-but and we lookat no doubt, there are many points naturally coal/
society on
reasonable estimate, iU importance to our city, I II sorry to add, many stolen. Many of the citizens Tallahassee, via. St. Marks, to Apalachicola City, we are driven to the conclusion; taking that this view, nected with the subject, and worthy of the too*
I entire
ia many points of view, should be lost sight of no were up all night, and, notwithstanding their vigilance for a road; and to survey, measure and mark out freedom from the restraints exercised an the serious consideration, that have escaped= cur. attention
a quantity of the goods were carried off a route if practicable, for a road, would respect- by pres- while others have been treated Eghtlj
We are more tardily served with intel ence of those we love, and are accustomed! to
onger. concealed. respect -
or Early this morning several thcftswere fully report: k and more, perhaps, have been dwelt Win
ligence by mail than any other place of commer- discovered, and some of the perpetratorsfound That he has carefully done the Fame, and a good affords the strongest temptation to violate unnecessary prolixity. The subject, however upon
road be made with the duties of honor and virtue.In .
I \ .;al importance in the sbuthern country; while out and taken into custody ; one of them I, can comparatively trifling expease as new as it is herein left unfinished, and adttfi
from Fort St. Marks the this belief
to of the
City Apala.chlcofa stating in general principle,
in the very face of the proofs of his guilt, braved of a far more extended
there is no other town of its size whose interestsso and from this city to the latter point, there we do not make any sectional allusion, nor do we applicatidti than willip-
the law and its agents, and fought manfully until is road pear< in the following numbers but it isow
for
good
( much demand it. already a nearly one-third the cherish local still ; as
ft" any prejudice }Jess disposed
overpowered, tied and carried off to ; are we of
prison. distance. The whole distance from Fort St.Marks momentous importance, there can be no i : A tri-weekly mail from Macon by way of Tallahassee Great credit is due to the management, activityand to Apachicola, is 64$ miles, by the route examined, states.to We be unjust know them to our too brethres well of the northern that the labors of many, and abler men Wl be

,or Quincy direct to this place-had we intrepidity of our Fire Company. The alarmwas surveyed, measured and marked out, and from not to appreciatetheir directed to its completion. "JENNJR-*

the contemplatedlroad-would be much more hardly given before the engine was at work, this to the same points about 78| miles. From worth. The whole civilized world concedes
and would have succeeded in extinguishing the Fort St. Marks, of these 64i miles, there are fifty- that they are an industrious; ea'erprising: shrewd {tr OST-OFFICE REfroRM.The Phildei bra

regular and less expensive than our present ar fire before the second building caught, if they three miles having a high, dry and good surface, and ingenious people ; that they ate not, nor have Ledger says, It is a matter of some dotit which

rangement. Our citizens should urge the matteron could have had a full supply of water on the and that not more than 2* miles will require to be they ever been, surpassed in these useful charac- receives the most patronage-the re0d : opposIte causewayed, and about 4 miles will require to be teristics, or the more noble of
ones sound
moral
the
the consideration of the side of the building. Another of or opposition lines
Congress present session engine ditched on each or one side ; and not more thane principle and ; so iildignant are great
and have as early action on the subject as the same force would have been sufficient to say 1200 or 1300 feet of bridging with about 470 feet quires an enlarged intelligence. It re- portions of the public at the presen'exorbitantand

the second building, and the immense loss in removals of a ferry across the Wakufla, or St. Marks river. no extraordinary foresight to predict that, absurd rates of postage; and the {athy which
possible.-Mr.Ker's communication will be foundin 1 in the order of Providence
breakage and thefts. A quantity of cot These distances being the route to the west side they are the offidna appears to prevail with lawmakers/pen the subject
another column. ton in store near the fire was all rolled out into of East Point, (usually called Cat Point,) abreastof gentium of this whole coitinent. And it is because and so strong is the dispositicft\disregardthe

the street and on the wharves-none, we believe, Apalachicola, where a ferry of four and a half we know this is their destiny, and that provisions of the old laws in ration thereto.
ru: THE MAIM-HIGH WATERS &c. The late miles will connect the above named. they possess the i'valuableand!
was lost: one bale took fire, but a bucket of water points necessary qualities This condition of things would hke been.aVoided -
t,1 excessive rains have inundated the whole dashed On Crooked, Ocklocknee and Siciopco rivers, for fulfilling it to advanbge, that we wish to would
J countryabove. timely upon it prevented the fire from there are good crossings by bridges, safe from change their or never have exite4to the extent it

The Tallahassee papers speak of thgreat spreading. Some of the alcohol and other liquors storms, freshets and high tides. The importanceof inducements present to them moratory become habits, and offer now does, and, if attempted tly entire press and

freshet, and remonstrate the in the burning buildings, found its way this road is obvious almost tangible. Among the tr permanent citizens public would have sustained/e Government office
against route through the sewers, leading into the river instate a the great benefits arising from a direct, short and ; more so, thit the south may derive, in the contest, had our/ggestions to Con-

I the mail travels from Macon, in crossing and re- of combustion, presenting the awful andnovel safe road connecting the Capital with the Emporium from the constant exerion of their talents and In. gress for several years past l? n heeded,and post

crossing Hint river, instead of coming down en spectacle of a sheet of water on fire. of the Floridas, the transportation of the dustry, a powerful aidin rendering it as prosperous age reduced and rendere Qformable to the de
/
Northern mail from Bainbridge or Savannah, and beautiful as ;hey have made their nominations
own
tirely on the east of Federal should
side as
thus /oney they
avoiding the dangerous through this city to Apalachicola, at least one day portion of the count!:'. More particularly do wewish have been. /

fords. Another route has lately been su f; [COMMUNICATION.] sooner, and with absolute certainty, must forcibly to see the commerce founded on the valuable We
gested-from Macon Mr. Editor-Observing in your paper some strike every one. By this route Government will production of soil and are informed ran attempt was made a
tbro' our if
ThomaRville possible, the day
touching save enough from what is now paid for or two since, to Aest one of the opposition
at Albany and other intermediate weeks ago, that the proceeds of the Ladies' Fair transport- manufactures and riechamc arts that are neces-
the about
-I places ; whichit ing mail from Chattahoochee to Apalachicola agents, just as he w stepping on board
is said would shorten the. distance and avoidaU amounted to a sum which would more than defray in three years, to make a road and construct the sary to the comfWs of civilized life carried on, the cars at New Yo&or at Jersey City, for Plate

the difficult water the expenses of its object-re-painting the bridges thereon, on the route surveyed, second to exclusively, by pesons permanently settled here, delphia, when, u/n learning the business of tie
coursesThe flood, how none in Georgia, Alabama or Florida.A whether they beof native, northern or foreign officer who 10 him, he aboard and
has lately been Episcopal Church-I would humbly suggest to I of the field notes of this origin and in contributing to this aVe spok/ sprung ,
ever unprecedented, and might copy survey, contain- ; result, we was protected l7 the passengers on the ground

t have embarrassed the carriers on thin highest and the ladies, through your columns, the proprietyof ing topography courses,of distances the whole and route a full description and of the confident their interests are as much advanced as openly prod ed by them, that they too hoi
: a of the
our
best roads in all the low country, juicing from looking from the Church to the GraveYard, same, certified in due form, have been map presented But own.these of letters! and lie man might as well undertake to

the letter we give below. The and apply at least a part of the funds in repairingthe to the Tallahassee Rail Road Company, J y purees general prosperity can arrest there11. Facts are daily occurring which
stage never be the
-drive possrsed by southern
rs Your fellow citizen, R. B. KER. states, unlessa speak in t ten. of thunder to the Congress of the-
dilapidated fence which vitro surrounded i it.
have doubtless been in .. portion of tie native
as great a dilemma! was population be educated Nation, /. .its. members have any time to spare-
... 'Cvffee, in search of the plough."MAJUANXA Nothing can be more soothing to the feelings of Usually called Sopchopee. to other agricultural "oursuits. or unlPQQ th' .. from P,s ident-making, to devote: portion of i rf

I the living than n neat and will enclosed cemetery -- immigrant cn be made to feel secure i in the most to legating) for the interest. The
April 2d, 1844. GREECE.The Courier Francais contains a letter l all human general public
"We are literally drowned out. The rain commencing for the dead ; ai Wednesday last continued almost nt* says:- of life At present, no immigrant from a of plages and the protection of the Post ofc'
belong to the church alluded l to contributed The National Assembly on the 15th entered -
dme is
., Without cessation for hoars northern exempt from the
forty-eight and has destructive deAtment, and the interests of the eon-
seriously injured many of our planters. From all their aid towards the fair, who, in this, could upon the the discussion committee.of the Constitution, as drawnup action of he endemial fevers of warm and malarial /ted therewith, is the most important public of any,
by Three
quarters' we hear of (drowned and on the cordially unite with\ the t fair donors; and it would sittings were devoted region; no age, constitution or conditionno t
/ excepting the
r I rolling lands the wash has been stilt i to the consideration of the first two articles even. Texas and Oieroa; ,ques
more injurious. be an object habiti care, or caution, will secure him tions."
of and benevolence from
t : I To- give you some idea-of the quantity of clarity to guard which relate to religion, and form the first chap their atacks. The domestic

t rain which has fallen and the sudden rise of water, the graves Of the poor from the desecrating hoof ter of the constitutional charter. They were both these ceases! the suffering which Useful Invention
engender loss been
; of time The third wheel has
e 7 ',' 1. I repeat a circumstance that actually happened to and snout of he hoc that adopted with very trifling amendments. su/
1\ to one of my neighbors. His hands fled in haste ,now 'unceremoniously declare that the They pensiof of industry, and the expense which,rcessarfy /=: applied to steamers on the river Delaware, wit

t r from the ram on Wednesday evening, leaving root and tramps 0, er ihem', It can be done at Greece is that of the present Eastern dominant religion of follow from their attacks, are morel- the most complete success and greatest utility

l t ploughs and gear in the field. On Saturday morning a small expense, kid I trust* that the suggestion that all other established reli Church of Christ- gent/asons on the part of the unacclir J1ted It is constructed athwart the vessel, forward <"
they were ordered to continue and ions are authorised, man or, a semi-annual abandonment the engine for the the
,
t, ploughing, will be sufficient ti> Simulate the lateen and exercise of their / of his lace sole purpose of turning
,-'t, when the gentleman! alluded to, some half hour promptly worship protected by the of bsiness, than any hope of gain that n boat sideways or in other words, changing hf
t. after, visited his field, his astonishment was greatto to undertake so la\QLle: and p raisaw o+hy an ob laws. Proselyteism, and every other intervention to induce a constant resident presenntself The position in an instant, to windward or leeward*

find one of his hands swimming his horse in i a ject.-Yours, H OBSEIbt, R." against the predominant Church, is declared to inejcacy of the general means hithertc&dopted as may be desired. It is in a simple
large pond made by the rain chile the rest stood 1 stand alone, and is to exercise its managed
upon the bank giving directions Upon inquiring JlpalacKa April 10, 44.. \. independently of other sovereign rights, foriimmishmg the frequency, lessening the suf- manner by the engineer or person having charge.
Church
every being at or reducing the Capt. Whilldin to
why they were not at work, he received for reply the'same time femg mortality of l iftlarial dis- has this improvement attached
!
: (from the swImmer) ;.'Wy brew yp, massa, Pee Burglary.-One of the m<*t daring andrageous It.. The Minister governed of Public by a synod of Bishops.- eses, incite us to seek some oth/r method of both of his boats.-PAz'1. Gas.

'I lookin for de plow I lef here by dis big f im.'" attempts to commit'rcjbbery that has evb. Shinas Worship, M. Michael Interacting these evils, and poinfto prevention .
maintained New *>
occurred in our city, was perpetrated on Wednesday with great zeal a proposal for p the only agent by which they < be ) Orleans,March 30.-Thefchooney!<
under False, The facing the national Church of Greece ; c& essentially Barr, Capt. Hollingshead 'vedlast eveniIi iA
Obtaining Money Pretence night last. door of the new banking- under the orrected.: Experience,the grea/test of the ,
Jobn MacLamar master of a vessel trading between house occupied by the Bantf of Florida, was w K>engages the Patriarch of Constantinople ul, leads all physicians,who We; practised much use- seven days from Vera Cruz baring on board T-
r this and Norfolk arrested 'Ms known be devoted to Russia but thena-/ii/ W. Murray and Donald Smith two of the .W*
city was ti forced open and the bank entered, DO doubt wit ; marshy regions, to.doubt, rf least, whether- ,
Monday by ,officer Campbell, on the oath of JohnA. I the intention of rolbfng it.i{ The burglars it on\party avr6 represented by Messrs. Colettf and jven! when malarial d'rs ease'assumes the milder prisoners recently liberated from Perote t

1 Simmon charging him with obtaining $BOO seems, attempted to reach th vault of the bank, J the from Mr. J. S. Butter, of Norfolk Va., agent for but failed and we* at last disappointed in to the constitution relating to the order of sccessiqf and[ salutary contra over it, a New York, jprU 3..!-Capt Clarke, of

Mr. Simmonds under false pretences. After an] .the spec :a be1.ong\ng to rsessingThemselvesof the T e has been modified by the idditionf modifies, or the dsease itself except is modified so far as it Patuxet, arrived here. last ju'gh.t from M

a examination he was required( to find bail in the institution. Th /erpetratora of this outrage are an article.Wh declares that in def cult of nWe r angement of the digestive functions. by de- informs us that four hundred la"u. con iiet! ,
descendants
fom *$1,000 for his future appearance to answer yet unknown, tb gh we hope tWill not long Thie .>females may ascend tie throne! !am that the nodes of treatment It is cer- with the late conspiracy, were in irons",and'e
> 9o.-FI article, h'eve vex, will I esteemed the to.be shot in a few days. One-of them had f
tbo.charge.-Salt. Sun, be permitted t elJ\U. : apply p King Otp's nest successfn were
,_ children never discovered the ,
t oral Y. by soned -awhole family in Mata=u L .C
1 s jcientific_ pracationer, nbr n'IJTs .
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copy of a new law of : :: .
revenue COMMERCIAL.MAIL -
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Texas, and, the information annexed to it, ha'ebeeD Ij INTELLIGENCE. DISSOLUTIO 1ik -

received from the United States<< Consuls at between the I. _

Galveston and Sabine, Texas:- Tuesdays and ARRANGEMENT.Due Fridays at 6 o'clock. P. :M. PORT OF APALACHICOLA.... .April 13. style of u WM. : ; : -! i': t. _

Jin Jet for protection and encouragement of Closes Tuesdays and :aturdays: at 10, P.M. day dissolved by ..
the Commerce of the Republic of Texas: CLEARED. ret is alone

Sec. 1. Be enacted by the Senate and House EXCHANGE. Ship! Blanchard, Blanchard, for Havre by I M cerns of the

of Representatives of the Republic of Texas in Checks at sight Oh N York... ..3-4 pr. ct. disc't. Wright.
Congress assembled, That from and after the passage U at sight on Charleston.par. Ship Constellation! Jackson, for N Orleans. Apalachicola .
of this act, the collectors of the various ports Augusta. ....par. Br. bark Robert Watts, Johnson, for Liverpool, ft.
'of this Republic shall be required to lay (levy) Savannah,.. par. byJDay&Co.: NOTICE-
upon, and collect from, all foreign vessels belonging N Orleans ...flOfle.BillsonNewYork..SOdays..lal4percdjs't. : Bark Mersey, Tucker,for Liverpool by B Salter.
to powers between which, and this Republic, Br. Bark Sophia, Webster, for Liverpool, by ap3 3t \
no treaty exists, making other provisions, a ton.nage ....60 days....1 al| 5 Cassin.
of 1 one dollar per ton. On all other Northern cities, the same rates. Bark Gazelle, Allen, for Mobile. PALM LEAF
Sec. 2. Be it farther enacted, That vessels bear- Brig Caroline E Platt, Rice, for N York, by Mc ? -
lug the flag of this Republic, have the exclusiveprivilege COTTON MARKET.We Kay & Hartshorne. ap3 B.

of the coasting trade, and that they be have no new feature in our market. The Brig Lawrence Copeland, Baker, for N York by
free from the charge of tonnage duties on arriving B Ellison & Co. I BOOTS & ,
in any ports of this Republic, and that all laws inquiry has become more general, and with the Schr Floridian, Brown, for New York, by D B and .. t.
contravening the provisions of this act be, and theme limited stock offering, holders are enabled to get Wood & Go. to for sale by M*

are hereby, repealed. prices within about ic. of those current before_ ___ the___ Schr Ann Stelle, Wells, Charleston, by]A L ap3 ,
ADDrov.. ,_ P.hrnarv fith. 1844. n Clements.
of 4th March.
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SAM HOUSTON.The quote : Inferior, 5fc to 6; ,&hr Massasoit, Draper, for Havana, by B Elli RIO :
former duty was sixty cents per ton on Ordinary, 64 to 61; Middling, 7 to 7j'? Middling son &; Co. for

sailing vessels, and thirty cents on steamboats, Fair, 7| to -; Fair, -. Schr Echo, Davis, for New York.ARRIVED. ap3 ..,

according to register tonnage. The present law The sales of the week amount to 1,144 bales, as iatcir '

imposes the same duty on both; but the Presi- follows:-11 bales at 5$ 12 6 AXES.-A ;r ,
at 26at
; ; 64; 13 at6 ; Bark Wabash, Talbot, fm N York to B Ellison
dent of the Republic, using a discretionary power 9 at 6j; 153 at 6|; 13 at 13-16; 161 at 7; 146 at7J I &: Co. apl3 B
has declared that the tonnage duty of one dollar 170 at 59 at ; : Br. Bark Cumberland, Power, 49 dye fm Liverpool .
74 7i 314
; ; at 7fc 14 at 7 IS 7 .
shall be imposed on steamboats, according to their |; at |; with salt to J Day & Co. .
carrying capacity only.Proceedings._ 23 at 7|; 34 at 8; 38 at 8* cents per lb. Brig Paragon, Brayton, fm Providence, to T L DAMAGED (

Mitchel. sale by ,: iy-; ,
of Council. COTTON STATEMENT. Brig Republic, Gates, fm N York to Nourse &; '
COUNCIL CHAMBER, > Stock on hand 1st Oct.,.... .... .211 Stene. _ap13 f -
WEDNESDAY EVENING, April 10, 1844. s Received since our last,. .. .....5,fo9 .Brie Wakulla, Mulford) fm New York to D B MEW I : _
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Council met this evening. Present, Davi G. previously I ..... .... 103,953 Wood & Co. i"N 100 bbls .

Ranev, Mayor; Councilmen, Messrs. Roberts, 109,278 bales. Brig Camilla, Mandieul, fm N York to W G 100 do :

Schiner, Babcock, Simmons, Guyon, Clements, Exported since eur last,...... ... .6,723 Porter & Co. 20 casks ,
Wood and Farrior previously I .n. ..... .81,244 Schr Gen. Wm. Washington, Jenkins, fm Havana 20 hhds ; .,. -
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The minutes of the last: meeting were read and 87.967" to H Hodges. I

approved.The! Stock on hand not cleared.... .2lbll Schr Rodney, Evans, fm Havana to D Goddard. Now landing ; (
Clerk[ reported the returns of the Harbor Schr Boston, Bradley, fm N Orleans to J Day ap3 \ %
and Weigh-masters (except that of :Mr. Foster) & Co. SALE OF ;4_ : j _
for the month of March last, which were read and FREIGHTS.To Schr Seminole, Taylor, fm N Orleans. --
ordered on file. Liverpool,. . ..... ..*. ....v..l-2dprlb. Steamer Augnsta, Hall, fm Columbus. AUCTION, .- \
Mr. Gayon, from the Special Committee, to NewYork... ... ..... .. .... .S2 per bale. Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus. NEXT, IN Me ; '

whom was referred the claim of Mr. Orman, reported Freights dull to all points, and under id. has Steamer Oconee, Greer fm Columbus. COLA : and will I "- _

favorably on said claim, and offered the been submitted to by a British vessel. Steamer Florence, Stapler{ fm Columbus. WHEREAS, to L / -
following resolution, which was adopted, viz: Steamer Louisa Brown, rm Albany. P BUTT ,
Resolved, That a city due bill for $2C17, with PASSENGERS Steamer Jas Y Smith, Smith, fm Albany. Land Company 1 ,
interest at 8 per cent from the 30th day of Dec. Steamer Siren, Van Veghten, fm Bainbridge. I I ",
Per steamer Augusta-Mr. Stow ladv child & of lots No. 1
1840, be given to Thomas Orman, in full for all servant; Mrs. Tindall: Col. F BeaU, Messrs, Jno Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus. the price of Rogers, _i t _
claims by him for monies paid on account of Mar. ; Steamer Columbus Crenshaw fm Columbus. '
Thornton J M Cox L most of .
ket Stalls. Bryan, C H Connery, Jas Steamer Lowell, Niles fm Columbus. third cash due on > ; w'
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will -
Mr. Wood from the Committee Deloney, J W Sprague.Per Steamer Siren fm one.third on the i ;-
Printing, Charleston Sharpless, Browns Ferry. Ii
Gen. Bethune
that said committee steamer & lady the or i -
had
reported made remaining
a contract Messrs. S Quarles, Deming W H Quarles John -" '
with the proprietors of the Commercial Advertiserto VESSELS IN PORT. tember, 1S37, _
Everett, Kimbrough, Deming, Hall Grier Lewis
,
,
do the city printing for one year at SO. Stow, Bosworth, Saxten, Rooney, Parish, Pike, April 13.Sloops and lighters. not included. were given each & 4 jJ
The roll for the _
assessment made ;J
year, as out by James, Upshur.Per SHIPS. terest from Sept.
the city assessors, was presented by them and received Mary& Susan, Weeks 392 tons for Boston load-
steamer Oconee Messrs V R Tommy, S L unpaid with the ,masteV wit -
when on motion of Mr. Roberts
'duly Solomons, GoWings. fng-D B Wood &; Co. GEORGE.
seconded, the sam was referred to the Finance Globe, Lowry, 479 tons for Liverpool freight-apply; _
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Committee Per steamer Louisa-Messrs A S Greenwood, loading- RANEY, A & P C .
with to hand the
power same over to J Jackson. J Day & Co. .
Tax Collector for collection.The Per steamer Jas Y Smith-Dr. R Dickinson, Andrew Scott, Emery 318 ton?.. for N York.. loading of Harrison & : 4 ccldthbua ; '.
account of A. G. Semmes, for services as Messrs W S Beal jr. J Harrell S Harrell. -J y&C : the Apalacmcola The'(k-----.*
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City Attorney revising ordinances, was presented Per steamer Lowell-Rev'd. L Pierce Capt. Manco, Nickles, 350 tons, for Liverpool, load of April, 1836, ;; Ii _
referred ; GeIj.
and to the Committee on Claims. Draper; ; Messrs P C Kain, D P Ellis, A L Grant, ing-Chas Rogers. being directly in ith ; i
The
Tarrior following and resolutionvas offered by Mr. I W A Thomas, \V.\ McKenzie, J M :Moore, W J Dauntless, (Br.) Rogers, 562 tons, for Liverpool, range, at the
unanimously adopted : hading S Cassin. _
Ferguson McRea Wilson. able as follows
Hawley, ;
Resolved, That the sincere thanks of Council Per steamer Colum'busCol.'Iartin ; Messrs Courtenay, (Br.) Turner, 60S tons, for Liverpool, year after date, A. & P.C.Aft4 _
"be tendered to Mr. JAMES BARBER, and the Firemen loading W A & P C Kain.
of Engine Co. No. 1 for Barrow, Burch Broughton, Daffin, Livingston. and the .-The *%>*AN .
/ their intrepid exertions'in Per steamer ? hampion-J C Maclay, lady and England, (Br) Boothby, for Liverpool, waitingWA&I'CKajn. date for which
saving the which Emery, 4frw
property was endangered s
serv't \frs. Preston Miss :M & Master C
; Maclay
by.the late fire ; while they regret tosayjhatso.ME, .:i' Dr. Chipley Messrs Jas Kellogg, Shepard, Stark.; Rothschild (Br) Fell, 647 tons, for freight or charter as above and port Fpj'freis'fa: .
who were PECUNIARILY interested, showed little -Master.: seven hundred J DAY &. CD. .

disposition aid the Fire Company. IMPORTS Troy, Hills, 525 tons, waiting Wright.. from date, two -62WirC* ,. ; .'
Mr."Farrior. from Committee on Claims, report EbenPreble, Perkins, 493 tons waiting-Master. the interest
ed in favor of the bill of HAVANA-Per schr Gen Wm Washington ,
John W. Babcock, and Tarolinta Smith 549 tons waiting-Master. .- fiDeViIM' 1
WILLIAM ,
115 bbls molasses 50 -
sks coffee
the same m'as passed and allowed at $112 02. 10,000 segars to master *wi -
Mr. Simmons Kimbroush & Ridgway; 00&ks coffc;0 tixs sugar, I3AItQUEO.: E'SOWft tha. _
from
and the Committee on Con. I 12,000 segars, 12 bxs sweetmeats, 47 tcs molasses Duke of Cornwall (Br.) Conrad, 481 tons, for day of March, the above port' & l _
tracts Improvements, to whom referred ;
the of P. was Henry Hodges 1000 segars, 1 bbl molasses, i bl-} Liverpool, loaaing-E P Butts. price of ten to _
thereof account, and the same O'Sullivan was passed, reported and allowed in favor sugar, 1 sk coffee, J P Penn; 1 sk coffee i bbl sugar Colossus, Lennox, 399 tons, for Liverpool, load. follows ; one. HARTSHORNE. >- _

$86 00. at 1 bbl molasses, to J Davis, 5000 segars, to E J ing-Benj Salter. the 7th day of 40 Water street. :
Wood. Camberland. (Br.) Power, 402 tons, fm Liverpool, r
and The following accounts were presented, passed Per schr Rodney-177 bbls, 22 tcs, 5 hhds molasses discharging Day &; Co. day of March, OR CHA.T.R-, _
allowed viz: and fruit to D Goddard; 3000 segars, Henry Wabash, Talbot, 293 tons, for New York, loading on the 7th day ROTHSCHH.
'The bill of *hip
D. G.
Raney
one quarter's salary as -B Ellison & Co. last payments
Mayor, .S & 50 &Hodges Holmes.; 35,000 egars, 1 case sweetmeats, Harper Commerce, Rogers, 289 tons, waiting-Master. terest from date, ) H B F' I _

J. Gibson, one quarter's 4C salary I as :Marshal, 100 00 LIVERPOOL-Per barque Cumberland-2000 Alabama, Merntt, 348 tons, waiting-Master. unpaid with the The fast slmg '*& ,
w. Vallcau! Clerk and Treasurer, 100 00 Tiberius, Howes, 299 tons, waiting-Master. _
sks salt cf .
&
Donald Campbell board of 21st to J Dav Co. ERASTUS 1'A of the tArtben fiffy i -
paupers:!, to
MareH,_.*. .,..... .,... 9 00 NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Seminole csks BRIGS. from the .'\ IriAitsriggiflg,1CIt
Cornelius Grady,"2 coffins for paupers. .... 6 00 bacon, 6 reels packinrjam.TJwJge'CBraaTanrrrTyhhds 7 "Name;{Dr.} AlI 7"Ior LlveTp'OO1j'toad1Jg--Ch1ur a.r -w1.., fifty bates of cottfirr,-tT& ii _
sugar, 10 sks coffee, 10 bbls whiskey, kegs Rogers.Robt -1'1
No.
14 the .
J. Simneons,digging graves&c. for paupers, 5 00 lard, Harper & Holmes; 2 hhds sugar, 15 csks bacon Burns, (Br.) Messenger, 296 tons, for Liverpool in will be sold IOTT'IO if J -
of
Patrick Grady. 15 load* shells,. 3 75 10 kegs lard, 50 bbls flour, T L Mitchel 43 loading-E P Butts. twenty-six to Capt. Smith on beard, ..
Stephen P. Thurbcr, W. H. Bennett, N. pkgs mdze, H R Taylor; 62 do Avery Cady Chas. Gardner and W. M. Price, Per schr Bcston-12 csks bacon, 12 hhds' sugar, -Lockhart te Young. I 1833, one-f, :rth 33'Water.** _
for services trattclrmen, each $2. 10 00 96 bbls flour, 16 do pork, J Day & Co; 615 pkgs Republic, Gates, 139 tons, for N York, loading- and the .
The Mayor presented a petition from Barnard mdze, D McNab. Nourse & Stone. March, 1840, Lake .ke:! .......,. _
Ellis and M. A. Myers, representing that theirgoods NEW YORK-Per brig Wakulla-I6fkgs mdzeH Wakulla, Mulford, for N York, loading-Lock. were duly for the ROCELAND (
in store, Xo. 28 Water ftrcet, were endan. R Taylor; 1 do Nourse & Stone, 11 do W G hart & Young.V of which note has just recced _
from fire still in the of the late
gered burning ruins
Porter x; Co; 274 order. L Joces! Tyler, 222 tons, for N York, loading accrued thereon. of ICE'vrhich ?h*
fire and that the said nuisance be abated
praying ;; Per Camilla 135 md2e Lockhart & Holmes.
brig pkgs to ; -Harper
reduced ; 9
which was read by the Clerk laid and on motion of r Young; 176 E P Butts; 13 Moore & McKenzie; Mary, Richardson, 194 tons, for New York, loadIng ROBERT J. price,if four _
Mr. Roberts the same was on the table. the Apalachicola Ice H use'willbe offer _
111 H Tayte; 120 McKay & Hartshorne; 131 -McKay &: Hartshorne. .
Patrick Grady presented an application to be ape A Wylie; 75 Hall & Moses: 6 W G Porter &; Co; Ozello Meeks 204 tons, for New York, waitingDBWood& of April, 1838, (' A. f., from 12"id }, J(
po'jxted Sexton and proposed to furnish horse to 45 Harper & Holmes; 6 C Rogers: ; 11 W A &; P Co. the city of P. M. Persons desirttg! t

conv bv* the grave the corpse of those whose es"Ute C Lain; 87 Avery & Jones; 8 Roberts, Allen <& Paragon, Brayton, 240 tons,waiting T L Mitchel. hundred dollars, this regulation. ,X 't1 __
Mr. fuSsi not,pay said charge; and on motion of Co; 321 Nurse& Stone 9 P Hobart; 2 F Kop- SCHOONERS.Gen'l. cash, one-fourth ( Shippingsupplied & if
Patrick
seconded
toJy! Simons appointed duly Sextou. Grady was man 1 Kimbrough & Rldgwan; 4 S B Hamilton; Wm. Washington, Jenkins, fm Havana, one-fourth on MOUNT, A e6t. _
5 D 13 Wood Co 27 Preston & Maclay 11 T L
'On ; ; discharging-H Hodges. the 1844. aplS J 1.
maionof Mr. Roberts, seconded by Mr. remaining _
Mitchel 21 M Wright 106 M S Maadieul 1 W
;; ; ; Rodney, Evans, 56 tons fm Havana discharg. ---
Wood 1841.for which
-committee of three was appointed to inTrttigitethe
... _
B Finch; 31 H D Darden; 12 Thayer & Keeler. ing-D Goddard. : Northern Bale Rope .
caTJse of the late fire and the Chair duly executed :
; Wabash 31 mdze Lockhart ,
named Per barque pkgs to Seminole, Taylor, 95 tons, fm N Orleans, dis sale'by .J _
Wood
Messrs. Roberts Famor and as said which
committee. & y ou g; 3 Farrior &; Co; 1 J B Hall; 11 A Wy charging-master. notes & CO., 33'W Ur sk
lie 7 Moore & McKenzie 8 Xourse & Stone 31 accrued thereon.
On ; ; ; Boston Bradley, fm N Orleans, discharging-
motion of Mr. Schiffer, .e Council then
T Mitchel; 5 S B Hamilton. J Day & Co. JOHN R. '

adjouned. _ __Per_brig Republic-19 e!gs.mdze.. H_R Taylor 7 Florida, Howes, 74 tons, for Boston, loading- the Apalachicola under have the this srd day- -
name i
BANK or FLORIDA.-During 'the past week, Hill, Dawson o; 78 Jvimoroogh oc; Kidcrway; Master. of March, 1838, '
CO. for the
5 Nourse &; Stone; 20. Harper & Holmes; 42 Lock- Thames 106 traivac- -
there has been considerable excitement in the Sawyer, tons, waitingMaster.Thos in the city of
hart & Young 17 Preston & 40 Moore Grocery and, Com ; -
; ; Hooper Hall 99
in this Ma-ctayt. tons, waiting-Master. hundred -
community, regard to institutioncaused by and fifty -
& McKenzie 2 B G Ropes; 7 1; 7 A Wy D. GOLDSTEIN
information having been received by holders of lie; 10 H Smith 1 J Stevenson & Co; 20 Four- fourth cash, JOHN R. BEER3 __
the drafts on D. S. Kennedy of their protest in lame & Weaver.PROVIDENCE. Corns Corns 1 1839, one-fourth apl3 2ra ,- t4

New York for non-acceptance. This information -Per brig Para'gon-l00 casks DR. J. ZACHARIAH, Junr., respectfully in and the _' ',- _
became public on Tuesday, and Wednesday lime, 150 bbls potatoes, T L Mitchel. the Ladies and Gentlemen of Apalachicola !\Iarch,1541, for -A very 'fine modem -

and Thursday, there was considerable run on the where he will remain for a short time, were duly ;;; tte town.of.St,Joseph, ,' _

bank, which was generally met with specie or EXPORTS. that he is now prepared to give immediate reliefto of which notes !! fronting on the Bsy 4. -.

Georgia and South Carolina money. HAVRE-Per ship Blanchard, ( bales cotton. those afflicted with hard or soft Corns, Club accrued thereon.MARGARET. : kitchen,.,carriage ____

Thursday's mail brought advices of the paymentof LIVERPOOL-Per Per bark Sophia-1 bark 041 Mersey bales.-1,463 bales. Nails, Nails penetrating the flesh, or calluses of house?;with'an indo- j / ___
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the drafts by an another house in N. York, that Per bark RobertVatt1,547 bales. any kind, in five minutes, without the least painor nezer J. Bower, for a garden, fee. Any f if _

of Messrs. &)utter, Brothers, & Co., who kindly NEW YORK-Per brig C E Platt-454 bales. blood. Dr. Z. deems it necessary to inform the Apalachicola Summer residence _

stepped foward and advanced the amounts likely Per brig' Lawrence Copeland 448 bales. the public that he has practised in the United of March, 1S38, the subscriber, '

;to be protested, and wrote \that they would continue Per Bcht Echo-135 bales. States, and likewise in Havana, with great success in the city of 31*Water s.:. j

: to do so for a few days, in expectation of re- Per schr Floridian 583 sticks cedar. therefore he has a number of certificates in hundred dollars, claims '2 .rtst _
.aittances from Florida. Tbs has in CHARLESTON schr Ann Stelle-128 bales. having '
a great his possession which can be seen by calling on cash, one-fourth A. SCOTT db- '
measure quieted the apprehensions of the community him at his Office at the City Hotel. one-fourth on them wi&in the time

who generally continue'to receive the : RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.Per QCJ- Office open from 9 to 12 o'clock, M., and the remaining notip 'wfll be plead
ViIU the Bank at par. steamer Augusta-191 bales cotton to Hill, from 4 to 6, P. M. Ladies and Gentlemen wait 1641, for which fl these indebted -
We are informed by those connet{ed with the Dawson &; Co.; 189 to Preston &; Maclay; 119 to ed on at their residences if required. apI3 It I duly executed } and -
Bank that there is already large amount of funds A Stow; 116 to J W Sprague ; 155 to Lockhart & which notes th/1- ;

of the Bank, in New York, and that there will be Young Per steamer; 55 to Flewellen Champion&-140 Butt bales 27 to cotton F Beall.to Hill Spring &; Summer Goods. accrued thereon, : 1844., Administrator.apl32o __ __

in a very abort time, funds there doubl sufficient Dawson to Co. 209 to Preston A:; Maclay; 103 to, J STEVENSON &, CO., have just received And whereas, ...
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to meet all the drafts, and that the Bankis amply W A & P C Kain; 41 to Harper te Holmes; 156 to per late arrivals and offer for sale on pleasing sard parties, it at- AectipQ. .

able to meet all liabilities of every kinl. Lockhart k; Young; 1 to Moore &; McKenzie.Per terms, a handsome assortment of SPRING and of failure to pay ,. at 12 o'dorfr, M. at :

From all we can learn of the institution, vre believe steamer Columbus-250 bales cotton to H R SUMMER GOODS, consisting in part of- I should be at j! ] / e, i _
there is no danger whatever of loss 6 i, the Taylor; 186 to Hill, Dawson & Co.; 151 to Preston Fine 4lack Cashmerett; I understood, that a to tb hirfjci!Jud .' .

liabilities of the Bank, and we advise holdea of &; Maclay; 115 to C Rogers; 21 to D B Wood Ribbed, fancy and plain Gambroons; shall fail to pay of R.. J. Moses ," j- ,
'
.the paper not to sacrifice it. &9 to Co.order.; IT to L Livingston; 6 to Harper Holmes.. ; Super white Drillings and fancy French Cassi- I respectively ; for the term a! one ;, _

The President, Mr. Graham, is absent, We Per steamer Lowell-80 bales cotton to Nourse mers; Brown and grass col'd Linens ; be at liberty, on 1, 1844, all of 300. ,, _

) presume on his return, he will make an e & Stone; 1W to \V G Porter'&; Co.; 45 to Flew- Washington and Ripka stripes, for boys cloth'g public gazette, : as the Columbus .. y
'position'of. the, affairs. of the Bank, and of thsuses \ ellen & But : 67 to Mnnr' & McKenzie to Mc Fine and medium painted Lawns; sell said l -- --
wnicn nave led to the recent unfortunate( Kay & Hart hornej 29 Lockhart &Young. Mexican mixtures and Iowa cloth, a new article for the benefit of on the day of me; ; _

occurrence, which we hope may be satisfactory Per steamer Florence-174 bales cotten to Chas ; Extra superfine Balzarines; plus regain, of January,185 and _
to the C0tIUflUflIt.'ZOfltjjt1Fraud. Rogers; 38 to W G Porter Co.; 13 to McKay Medium do. ; Gingham do., a new article; said Jots> and all day of March 185; _

tertshorne; 11 to A Wylie. Linen Checka and Satteen, suitable for Sacks; 8h Il be paid to { ents.to be-.secured by % _
(): of the Bt Ver steamer Louisa 252 bales cotton to W A&;
tnUt. The Boston Mail Fancy Prints, comprising a great variety pink ,>er legal :.
$*7i: On examination several casks at the P Kain; 24 to J Day & Co.;;'259 to Lockhart & and purple colors parties have 'SpeC1IBi11 L '
CDItotrt Yoihg 52 to Kinbrough 87 to 8 T ; '
; & Kidgway ,
House yesterday, ; cited '
which have been in- Erkston colors fore Now '
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1'oieea SkilhVn! ; 20 to A Wylie. Ginghams, light ; : 1844- _
and entered as containing u kelp," or seaweed Per teamer las Y Smith 172 bales cotton to J Fine hemstitched linen cambrick Handkfs; said agreement, .J r

free article, it was discovered that they Day jfcCo.; 69 to Lockhart Young; 49 to'Perry Do. with col'd borders, for gents; auction, in front >t Hundred Dol- '

:<* .t*mei but a trifle that-article, while the re"tn& & DickHcon; 30 I H: ,Wright 1 to D G Raney. Blacked white Silk Hose; in said city on t deposit,in Union Bank 1 .-

rungipace wa filled with a large number of ,Per steuner Oconew-H4: bales cotton to W G Fine white and col'd Cotton do. tween the nours L. MITCHEL ,.

.PKtoses of English Hosiery.. The sea-weed thus Porter &: Co.:; 158 to 'C; Rogers 91 ,to Xourse &' Gents fine white Kid Gloves; 'M.for cash, to p ; '33 Water. st.... -

_ $etTIin 1 a two-fold capacity,that of concealing! Stone; 40 V> Preston fc-Maclay; 43'to Harper & Ladies do Col'd do.; I cost and charges. ..r .'''

kei true character of the goods and of preserving Holmes; 10\to HW, DaVson &: Co.PercteamexCharlestoa.203 Par y gause Ha dkfs; 'Sattin Ribbons; Lewis Curtis .- wcemd. ,- ."fi ;{
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: against the attacks of bales cotton to Hill, R the .
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inee. We 'have ia.Diaper and ftukaba.ck ; Apalachicola >
Dawson & Co154 to Luckhart & 56 to : _
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around a clam, McKay & Hartshorne; 24 10 Fie wellen & Butt; 61 Sheetings; '8-4 musgueto netting; I / '
it.is, is the first time we ever kaew that article to WA &; P C ain; 347.ttordcr. I A good assortment of Swiss, mull, jackonett & I Sdden. By by: ";''; ..

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.. \Ii J $.' ysAL 1' ;AUCTION.OF .LO o' THE OF 8th TJtE DAY AIACHI-OF .,JAY- -Six weeks after date I shall apply NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIP THIS neatest establishment is still kept up in the best :
style. No
) WONT Apalachicola District of Florida. NOTICE pains nor
NEXT. IN Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, the expense j it
spared by
t HJU' In proprietor to render aU
t A. EX Superior Court-Franklin County. No. Wall comfort
CQ C SAM MIX pARTLETT County Court for the County of Franklin, for Office, 57 Street, JV. Y. able who favor him with
call.
,. r I, .' om ibe Apalachicola Alphonse Loubat: ? IN CHANCERY. Letters of Administration on the estate of Amory Insure DwellinghousesVarehouses and Buildings spread with the very best the a The table it

:. I }XHEREf\S. '7tla d%r arch, 1837, of lots David D.vs. Rogers, deceased, late of Franklin County, Fla. in general, Merchandise, Household the services of the most attentive market'oids, aM
Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage. Furniture senranti are .
hun- *
e price of ten B. T. CARO. Ships building, Ships in Port cured.
; block No. T appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the Feeling grateful for former liberal
,0 pafeao.
d' and their
and
HOi $262 50 exI Apalachicola, March 23, 1844. Cargoes, and cvary description
d pay the subscriber
hopes
,
fifty dollars, said David"D. Churchill, tho above defendant age, to merit its contimaaea
rid
: I } \ j' ;; retf on of
personal
50, payable Property,
f ', di\d his not ac1or C which theres ides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, andout TOTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply .. BENJ'N HURST"

;: :' :.. ,.ztbaT of March!,1P9 i.89 Also and, the 1840 same, at the are of the Territory of Florida, but within theUnited iN to the Honorable Judge of the County! Courtof AGAINST. LOSS SMYTH OR DAMAGE ROGERS BY, President.R. FIRE.J. Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844.APALACH1COLA febS tf
; 'V1th the I States It is ordered, that publication bemade FranJdin for letters of administrationon -
aid from the of : county, W. MARTIN
same Secretary. EXCHANGE.
t. ". ,' ", beet pjr1a9er in the city of the of deceased.
t :! .aTb6 ,UflCI in block C in some newspaper published estate JOHN LOCKE,
adjoining PUBLIC
are
respectfully informed
; daCt1O' week for four months, requiring ASA D. GOVE. DIRECTORS. THE that
f' j.rio.,15: Apalachicola, once a
hundred dollars J. SMYTH ROGERS above Establ]ishment has
tyfive ROB'T McCOSKRY been
J the said bill of entirely
,
1 1' i4 nd .range, each for $833 :33 him to appear and answer Apalachicola, :March2,1844. mr46w__ JAMES BRYAR re.
the
;! >tes paya. the of that HENRY PARISH, fitted, and is now open for reception of
expiration
before
;.A jtddidexec 1'tJ-
d fl Jiarch, 1938, 1839 and 1840, complaint on or bill will be taken as confessed TVTOTICE.-Six months after date,I shall apply JAMES McBRIDE, REUBEN WITHERS, manent and trancient boarder ,and the subserS
fle tliith time the said JOHN
i. mth the interest. or 1>I to the the Courtof ADAMS, WILLIAM SCOTT, strict attention to the business
of
S r which are u id against him, and such further order given m the Honoratfe Judge County JOHN HAGGERTY F. hopes by :>> of hi
:. f UitDSELL became purchaser from Jackson of dissmission from SUYDAM, house be second to in
county/for letters to none rendering
Court seem Justice. G. C.
EL WOO premises as to the may VERPLANCK, PETER I. NEVIUS guestj
I 'ala Land Company on the 7th day ofof the administration of John S. Ran- comfortable.
the estate
,% the AD8lac .) GEO. F. BALTZELL, of JOHN JOHNSTON RICHARD
? block H second (Copy-Teste. IRVIN,
No. ,
J lot ,
.4 March of sixteen .iundred! and twenty-five range, J. & L. BRANCH, Clerk. dolph, late of said county, deceased. JOS. KERNOCHAN, C. V. S. ROOSEVELT, Oysters, Game, &c. served up at all boon,'aad
,( 11 4 at the pn Ydid i execut his notes each for$541 66 Solicitors for Compl'ts. FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor. JOHN I. PALMER, E. D. HURL-BUT, in the best style. The Bar attached to the boost,

-: t f 7th day of March 1838, 1839 and Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4m Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m P. LORILLARD, GEO. P. POLLEN, as usual, is stocked with the best Wines and Li
$ -'Jihe unpal with the interest. I JAMES McCALL, WM. COLGATE, quors. Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore
after date I shall
Six months
(M; ( w. BU SELL became purchaser Fralllilhl: Superior Court. NOTICE- apply LOWELL HOLBROOK. received, he hopes that his friends and tb
:: J.Ui:)5 Tfl, achlco!/Land Company on the 7th I Henry D. Darden, Attachment for_$12,000.vs. Judge of the County Court for Franklin The undersigned have been appointed agentsof public will continue to sustain him.

lrom day larch 1837, f lot No. 4, block II, second > Damages $2;:>,000. county, for letters of dismission from the administration the above Company, and are empowered to issue HEZ S nTH.

rant/at the price o jthirteen: hundred and se\en-' Daniel McDougald, ) of the estate of Martin Snyder, late policies of insurance against loss or damage Apalachieola, Dec. 18th, 1843. declS tf
tv f dollars and d execute his notes each for defendant and all others interested are I of said county deceased. by fire, on as favorable terms as other good offices.

8 SA 8I able whi 0 tie ire unpaid 7th day with of March the interest., 1838, THE notified of thejinstitution of the abovesuit Dec 25,< 1843. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r. NOURSE & STONE, LEWIS' EXCHANGE. '

i t: '. 1%IN BISHOP ';Co.became purchasers from and are required to plead according to law. I .-Six months after date, I shall ap -_Apalachicola,March 23,1844. 46 Water st. subscriber has leased the establishing

: ,, :: t-APalachiC0la d Company on the 22d day BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS, NOTICE the Honorable the Judge of the Court TNA INSURANCE COMPANY of THE known as the MECHANICS fc

i ,- ,, b4' March, 1838, )t.T o. 9., block 149, at the Atty's for Pl'ff. for the county of Franklin, for letters of Dismis THE Conn.--The undersigned agent for MERCHANTS EXCHANGE," for the,present
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'c .: 'f; *ice oftwo and exceed hund and their fifty notes dollars each, and for S83a did pay 33, Apalachicola, Nov. 22d, 1843. febJ9 3m sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of the said Company, is prepared to issue policies of year, and will use his utmost exertions to pleat

'I ,S8333, 1840, said county, Insurance against Fire, and loss and render his patrons comfortable. '
/ abl on the 2/dav of March, 1839 an Fraujtliii Superior Court.to deceased.S. or damage on
t .' ",. pay one of which is dpaid with the interest. Spring Term, 1844. H. HARTSHORNE, rivers, on favorable terms. The capital of the The OYSTER ROOMS is well filed up, tad a
< I OMONDSTON, of CharlestonheCHARLESb Raphael J. Moses, Nov. 30, 1843. 45 Administrator. above company is large and invested in the safest party of gentlemen can always be accommodated
: "' It r from the Apalachicola Lanat 2 ATTACHMENT $302 20.WiHiam3Tilley. possible manner, and its settlement of losses has with oysters, and other refreshments, without
; .."'.. Company on t! -Oth day of April, 00\', of I lots. $ Damages $500. N OTICE.-Six months after date I shall apply always been prompt and liberal. being disturbed.

: Nos. 1 and 9, / block! D2, and Jots 5 and 16 in HE defendant and all others interested will to the Judge of the County Court for Franklin DAN'L J. DAY, Agent. The BILLIARD TABLES attached to the es*
; thousand, two ,
: block 111 at tS price of ten bunT for letters of Dismission
f 'J ..J. dred and fcftvolJare, and did pay $2,562 50. please take notice of the institution of thissuit administration county from the Apalachicola, April 8, 1844. tablishment, are in good order, and the prices ef
of
the estate of Robert Robinson
''' .) each for $2,562 50, payable{ on by attachment and and theme ,, : billiards reduced to twenty-five cents per game.
: .. d his tt"s appear plead to subscriber the PROTECTION
late of said for
deceased.H. ,
't. ;' thSh day f April.! 1837t 1833 and 1839, two of sa according to law. R. J. MOSES, county, THE agent (cThe: subscriber will remain and keep the
\ '. with B. STONE Adm'r.Apalachicola COMPANY, of Hartford,
44 I which npaid the interest. Apalachicola, Jan. 30th, 1844. feb5 3m House open during the Summer season, and hit
r ; WILLIA/LOW became purchaser from the Dec. 4, 1843. 6m Conn., with full power to receive proposals and L only desire please and merit alibera1patroa

,....... ApalachicoJ'land) Company on the 16th day of Iii Jackson Superior Court to issue policies on as favorable terms as other SETH P. LEWIS.
', March 1834 .f lot No. 3, in block 17, at the priceof To the Spring Term, 1844. NOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 tf
.;. seve'n WnJred dollars, and did pay $175, and James Boon, ) Judge of the County Courtof damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and Inland .
1 executed )is.te8" each for $175, payable on the vs. V LIBEL FOR DIVORCE. Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from risks. The reputation of this company for PHOENIX HOUSE.

) '.._, ,l6thMann, 8 1840 and 1841, two of which are Piety Boon. the estate of Willis Yon, deceased.A. settling losses with promptitude and liberality i is
) refitted the
1 uflraid wh ne interest. G. SMITH Administrator. subscriber having abovtes.
) CJARLF C. :MILLS became purchaser from THE defendant in said case, will take notice Apalachicola, Nov 11, 1843., nil 6m well known. DAN'L J. DAY, THE is now prepared to accomfflo.
-. t the A4cola.I Land Company on the 27th day we shall proceed to take the testimony "- Apalachicola, April 8, 1844. date his friends and the public in a ma&er

.; of Febuary 1839, of lots Nos. 8, 9 and 10, in of Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, William Gay, William NOTICE-All persons indebted to the estate OF LETTERS in the Post t which will give satisfaction to all.' His hbli
: blOCk *, at the price of fifteen hundred dollars, Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the J. FLOYD, deceased are requested LIST remaining will be supplied with delicacy the market
every
t
t 1st 1844.
at ,
and'pay! S375 and executed his each forayable Apalachicola, April
S375 on, the 27th notes 1840 1841 sixth day of May next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at to make immediate payment to the undersigned Arnold, GeoArmistead Morton, W S affords, and his whole attention will be devoid
February,
r- and i2,11: of which are unpaid with the, in. the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount, or her agent D. G. Raney, Esq., and I Dr M L Mumford, CaptOR2 to the comfort of his guests.
,.. terest; North Carolina, by interrogatories now filed with all persons having claims or demands against Anderson, Walker Manley H Attached to the establishment are two superior

AMBROSE SNOW became purchaser from the the Clerk of said Court. said estate, will present them duly authenticated I Allen, Mrs E R 2 Marshall, F L BOWLING ALLEYS, and constant attention a
I
I Apalachifola. Land Company on the 16th day of YONGE & TAYLOR, within the time prescribed by law or this notice Brown, Geo Morrison, M given! to those who indulge in this manual exer.
0 March, 1>38, of lot No. 9, in block 11, at the price Solicitors for Complainant. will be plead in bar.SARAH. Barker, Henry R McKnight, J T CIS 6.

of one ttousand dollars, and did pay $250 and ex. Marianna, April 2d, 1844. ap9 1m M. FLOYD, Executrix. Brawn, George McCandlish J M OYSTERS and other delicacy -wkica
,
rented he notes each for CatharineBachelder every
$250. payable the 16th Brown, John McCarthy,
:. Marchi ;839, 1840 and 1841, all of which are unpaid Territory of Florida. Apalachicola, March 11th, 1844. mil 2m James M McPherson, N B may be wanted for refreshment,can be had at anj

: witi the interest. JACKSON COUNTY. -All persons indebted to the'estate Brainard, D B McIntyre H hour.

'I' ,, CHAILES McKINNEY, became purchaser In Richard Wilson, Esqr.'s Justices Court. NOTICE L. Battle, late of Jackson county,, Baker, Capt N Mann, Wm Arrangements have been made so that pena,
I. : ,. from thf Apalachicola Land Company, on the 22d M. L. Cavert, } ATTACHMENT for $31 26 deceased, are hereby requested to make imme Baisden, James H :Miller, Benj P nent and transient BOARDERS can be u weD
'.,pf.May,1838, of I lot No. 11, block B,second Berregh, W Morris, D house in
range accommodated as at other the cit
t vs. > Returnable to March Term diate payment to the subscriber all those any ,
forone thousand ; having
five
.f : hundred dollars, and did pay Bealle, Henry Myers, A and the in with the times.
rl Henry B. 1844. demands prices are keeping
$375, aid executed his notes each for $375, pay- Cooper. ) against said estate must present the same Bunce, Timothy Moye, Thompson
able on the 22d day of May 1839, 1840 and 1841, THE defendant and all others interested are within the time prescribed by law, or this notice Brodnax, Wm B Noyes, Albion TERMS:
which ire unpaid with the interest. notified of the institution of the above will be plead in bar of their recovery.B. Branch, John Norton Wm S Board and Lodging, per week,.... ....7 00

...- JOSEPH FOSTER became purchaser from the suit by attachment, and required to appear and L DORSEY BATTLE, Adm'r. Baker, W W Nash, Hez A I Board,per WeeK.S OO.
I ,:.. Apalachicola Land Company on the 20th day of plead to the same as the law :'*'10' JacKson Co., feo. i j, 1S44. retH m Blair, Tbns H O'Hanlan F I Board, perday.t 00'
"1 April, 1836, of lots No. 15 and 19, in block E, second M. L. CAVERT, Plaintiff.Marianna Barbour. Beni Organ, Edward I Single meal,.... .... ... ....... .... ......50
t range, at the price of three thousand lin:; Feb. 20, 1844. m23 N OTICE.-AlI persons having claims against Chapman, Wm Oliver, J j Lodging,.... .... .... .... .. ..S e ... .;.....80
& 'v,. hundred dollars. and did pay eight hundred and Thomas Williams, late of Jackson county, Chancey Harrison Patridge, John Nov. 20 41 tf W. H. KELTON
dollars, and executed Ms notes each Territory of Florida. deceased, are required to the Coit, S 'f Patrick, Wm
'I \BeventY.five present
j : same duly
t yable on the 20th d4Y of April, 1837, JACKSON COUNTY.In authenticated within the time Cowhy. Edward Puch, Geo WChamplin Warehouse Charges adopted by
na 1839. two of which are unpaid with the Richard Wilson, Esqr's Justice Court. this notice will be in prescribed by lawor Orlando Penny, J H the Cotton Presses.
I iIJi4Pftt plead bar of their
1 \" I H. :TAYLOR and JOHN GORRIE became Horace Ely, ) Attachment for $38 06. c All persons indebted to said estate are reovery. Clark Crosby, Robert Geo W Peterson Penny, L, Peter COTTON for storage will be received at th*
P
if
'i l purchasers from the Apalachicola Land Company, vs. > Returnable to February term, requested to make immediate settlement. Michael 2 Porter AS compressed within one meotii
:: ti.(,'" -; 'on the 20th day of April 1836, of lots 1 and 2, Henry Cooper. 3 1844. THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator. Davis Dumsday, Sam'l, H 2 Parson,, Capt Jonathan no charge will be made for storage, but 4 cents

o ....'tl blockj23 for one thousand eight hundred and fifty THE defendant and all others interested are Marianna, Jan. 10th, 1844. jan22 6m Davis, Thos Pettingall, C H 2 per bale will be charged for labor, tiering &c. JI
.,,: dollars, and Jid pay $462 50 and executed their notified of the institution of the above h_ Davis, Capt F Potter, N W not compressed within one month, 20 centjrpo
t notes, each for $462, payable on the 20th day of suit by attachment.. and required to-oppcarand - 'DOT!*, Mr It Rogers Capt bale will be charged for storage, and 5 cents per
: April l. 1837.tfe 1838 and 1839, two of which are Unp lead to the same as the law directs. WM. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large Dennison Thos H 3 Ruge, till week thereafter. Time computed from oWcf

paid AND with interest. HORACE ELY, Plaintiff. well selected stock of DRY GOODS, Dickson, R S Rix, GeoRoberts receipt until delivered to lighter or vessel. Cot.

with said WHEREAS parties, it was, by fully the understood agreement that made in Marianna, January 30th, 1844. feb5 3m consisting ofCloths:-, Cassimeres,and Kerseys Dunn Dancy,,Peter M Rigan, Dan'J, Geo K ton changing hands will in all cases be liable to

't case of failure to said notes the Bald Company ; new storage from date of order inclusive. Ten
nay Sattinets Flannels Jos Runard
and Miss E
Blankets Dowling ,
'\- Franklin Superior Court. ,
; out for
I S should be at liberty to sell. And it is ing sampling weighing and re-atoricf
furW F01 eign and Domestic Day, N S Reed, W W
f \ ther understood that if the said (purchaser named) illiam Lawrence, Compl't,) Bill for Divorce. Brown Prints; Demans, Wm R Robinson, E E same, 8 cents per bale. Wantages to be attested
shall fail to pay either of the said notes as they vs. > December Term, Drillings and Irish Linens; by the when the cotton
Dawson, Wm Rogers, J KRichardson press comes in and the
tf' Elizabeth Lawrenre Deft. 1843. Bleached and unbleached
respectively become due, the said shall ) Sheetings
( n Company the ; Dejarhs7 Theo Capt E amount assessed endorsed on the face of the.re,.
be complainant
at liberty, on giving thirty day's notice in a CAME by counsel, and it ap Shirtings ; Evans JohnEvearan ceipt. -
f public gazette, published in Apalachicola, to re- peanng to the satisfaction of the Court that the Cotton Osnaburgs Robinson.: Thos
.,...... sell said lots, at the risk of said (purchaser named) defendant resides beyond the limits of the Territory And other article; in Misses Renuck, JosRobinson All cottons are required to have six good. a rf
t, for the benefit of said of Florida. Therefore is every their line adapted i Ford, Nicholas E Grass
it considered sufficient
Company, and if any surplus by the to the trade. ropes. ,tow, bark or cotton ropes:
remain, after paying of said notes given for Court that the defendant do appear here on or before country dec4 yON Frederick, John Slemmer, Lloyd will be considered unmerchantable and deficient.
't Maid lots, and all costs and expense, the same shall the expiration of three calendar month from the Franklin. Jos A Smith, S B All deficient will be of
at
ropes the
CONSIGNMENT charged rte
be paid to said (purchaser named) or his legal re- date hereof, and answer the complainant's bill of hhds CROCKERY Frille, Mr Stannard, H B 12 cents
I presentatives." complaint, or the same will he taken pro confesso. assorted, for country trade; FerrerJuanFolberts Show, R G J per rope, and all bagging at thej1. rJ

fr .And, whereas, said parties have failed to And it is further ordered that a copy of this order Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left- John Sloan, John 25 cents per yard. t.
'I, said notes as hereinbefore recited : Now, the said pay be published in the Commercial Advertiser for wich, Va., some superior cross brand; Fenton, Abraham Sam Dr F W A. DOWNER, agent -f'for
\ Company, in pursuance of the provisions of said three months consecutively. Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery Fox, JosFerrell Serrell.WJSteelman the Ser )''ft' I.
agreement, will expose the lots aforesaid for sale (Copy.) Teste, GEO. F. BALTZELL, Hollow and Tin Ware ; ; J C Lewis C. WILSON, Hydraulic Pr I...
at auction, in front of the Apalachicola Exchange MOSES, Solicitor. Clerk. Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes Foote; Capt D Seely, Sam'l H. G. GUYON,
infcaid city, the 8th &c. Foster, David Studier Mrs
on day of May next, between ,
$ ALSO Florida Lever &t*
j the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and three o'clock U. S. MARSHAWSALESTV. Fletcher, DavidFreeman Smith, G W 2 -
Apalachicola Dec.
tf
Sugar, Coffee, and Canal Flour ; 1st, 1843..en,
P. M. to & Tarbox
the ; Saunders Charles
due -
I # pay up notes thereon, interest, .
.. _
I l
F1
1 cost and Old Sherry Wine, in \.. f+ r*
I r the sale. S. Marshal Sale. All of which will be sold very low for cash. Gill, T J Sission, J W l _
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k._ (Signed) C. H. AUSTIN, BY virtue of a mortgage fi. fa., issued from the DAVID G. RANEY, Greenwood, E S Sullivan D THE following are the Rates of Wharfage
Agent Apalachicola Land Co. at Apal'a. Court of Franklin county to me directed jan29 43 Water street. Guthrie, Jas V Scholfield! J Cotton, Merchandise, &c. landed or Shipped
t Apalachicola March 30, 1844. in favor of the Bank of Pensacola against Graves, Joel H Subway, Capt C from the Wharf at this Port :

.' I ):r--- E Chittenden, et al., I have levied on the followine DISSOLUTION OF CO-P ARTNERSHIP.- Gray, Perez D 2 Sherman, E On Cotton, per bale, landed. .'.. 6J centi.
Card. Giles, John StanVBScammon On u U U ... .6 "
-; ..1 property, being in the City of Apalachicola, heretofore existing under shipped. }
l- MARBLE YARD AT APALACHICOLA.- known and designated on a plan of said city the name and style of "SHERMAN & FORD Graves, W W C M: On Goods per barrel,landed, (estimating
Gorham
I ; .. ;. self in. this city? resptctfully r: having informs established the him as lots Nos. (1) one and (2)) two, in block (14)) was this day dissolved by mutual consent.L. HByden ,C Jos SHollowell F Spedden Sellers, A, J C A nett, five cubic feet or SOO lbs. "_
public fourteen equal to barrel.3
with a
all
together the .
that he has buildings, SHERMAN John
hand improvements Jos
on tqd: will Spedden, On
at all times be Goods rt
: and barret
j ready to furnish, at the appurtenances thereon, and thereto S. R. FORD, Hoytt, Eben Swinton, A B per shipped..3
J f;i : .work of every kind and ftiortest notice, Marble belonging, and shall expose the same for sale at Apalachicola, Feb. 24, 1844. Henning, C T Steinson, Geo M 2 Salt, per sack, landed.3 cc

::4 Tombs, Tablets, Head quaity&; including public outcry before the Court House door in said Hodges, S II Sprowl C "' shipped..3 cc
f voot Stones; city, at 11 o'clock THE Hollenbeck, WV T G Wood, d. ...25 "
\ Mantle Pieces and facings a. m., on the first day of the undersigned makes known to his friends Seely, per cor
; Beaureau and Centre Table; next term of the Superior Court for Franklini I and the public that he has purchased the entire Hamilton, Jacob Starr, J B Lumber, per M feet.50 fC
Hutchens
.... Counter Tops and Fountains TOJJ., &c' county, to the highest bidder for cash. property :. interest of his late partner, and will continue the Harrison ,Wm A P Soule, Alfred Bricks, per M.50. "
Trofatter G L
In short, all articles usually found &c. to be sold subject to a claim held by Lewis business under his own name at the old stand. Hurlbut, J C E 2 Shingles, per JI. "
ai Taylor, apt
lishment of the kind. The public are an estab- Curtis and George Griswold, or their assignees of feb26 S. R. FORD. Howell, J D Treadwell.DH 2 Sacks of meaJ, corn, oats, or

fully invited to call and examine for them spect4' six hundred and fifty dollars with interest thereon Henderson, J J' Taylor. Chas other merchandise, containing "
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'flCK Orders by mail, will be punctually lves. from the seventh day of March, .1837, till paid. ADDLERYReceived by late arrivals from Harden, J H TalbotMrHThigpen; not more tfcan three bushels. ..2. '<.

-a to,,and shipped to of the attmded ROBERT MYERS, U. S. Marshal. New York, another assortment of Saddlery, Henderson l J D 2 C All lumber, pSit or merchandise, snipped 08
I river, carefully packed any in boxes.landings on tt Apalachicola, Jan. 17th, 1844. jan22 1m consisting of Hamlin, W C Trascy, G W board vessels or'steam-boats, from other re ssdt,

.._ ., ... N SIDNEY strong R. Ladi 's' and Gentlemens' Saddles, Humphry, John Tyler, Jared steamboats o*'rafts, lying at the wharf,,will b*
FORD. Sheriff's Sale.Y Henderson, Joseph Thigpfn.Travis .
t'I Coach Harnesses, 2 charged wharfage only.Vharfagi
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\ Yard is on Commerce street, virtue of two writs of fi. fa. HicksRB Troye, E
t.. issued from Buggy u \ on cotton, or other merchandise 1an
0 immediately the rear of McKay& Hartshorne's D"e County Court of Franklin Howard, \VH Tatem, Capt J aid the
r stdre. County, directed Jersey ed, to be, by consignee; and when shipped

\ r.I l' r;' __ _ _ _ feb26_ _tf_ of to Zeba the Sheriff Franklin County, one in favor Double Wagon Harnesses, Jenkins Harper,,Wm E B Tommey Thornton,,V R R 2 by tie party taking the bill of Lading .'

CES'QN COTTON.-The subscriber Endeman, Administratrix, and one in Collars and Hanes, Jackson Edward Van Schriber All s"s and merchandise not enumenedbove
f; 'lA'will make libb-al advancements on shipments I I favor Babcock of \\ H. Tallman, survivors, vs. Latham Bridles and Bridle Bitts, Koster, GKellog } Whittlesy, Benj, Charles till be charged at corresponding rates .

: \ rof Cotton, consigns to Messrs. Frederick Huth I I, 6th 1 shall expose to sale on Monday the Martingales, Circingles and Girts, Capt Wheaton R S Veels, lighters and steamboats, lying at tat
I'f to'; .&Co.Iawpool. DAVID G. RANEY, of the daj'of Mw next, at 11 o'clock, a. m., in front Stirrups and Stirrup Leathers, Keeler, T Woodruff L T Whaf, and not receiving or discharging careovyiy '

; 'f8&19 t 43 Water street. all the Court 1'rnse in the City of Apalachicola, Carpet Bags of various kinds. Knowse, W K Wadsworth, Wm be required to pay for the use of the berth the

) J and right,titkand interest of Latham Babcock Also, a few Calf Skins and white and red Lining Keazer, DavidKorshbaum Wilson, Henry sUft of two dollars and fifty cents per day, and to
Shavers, I in to fractional lot No. (2) two, in block Skins all of R 2 Wing ABW 3 way to vessels boats djschargizg-
I ': \. ok Out eleven, with (11)I which will be sold low for Cash Lathrop; E Wood ge or. landing or
\ ... undersigned takes tis all.anQ singular the appurtenances by. Tibnan ; The following ArtIcle of the or the
I I{ THE method of caution- thereunto PETER HOBAllT.marcb.4 Locklar, J E White Regulations ,
belonging Capt J
,1 the people generally tom; trading for either to satisfy said fi. fas. LawrenceChas; Wilhard! E Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce, will be
; of two notes made C. J. SMEPARD ShxiffFranklin C strictly adhered to _
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'1 payable to Tames B. Starr, and I : Lewis Asa Willgon Charles :-
\' ,. ,signed by .Wilson Carlile, one for two and thc Couttfy. Cabinet Furniture,, LowelL'JosB Wedmar David I Consignees of cotton shall be allowed thrw
; I other for three hundred dollars; e one for $OQQ Apalachicola March 30,1844. m30 tds PETER HOBERT, No. 42 Water street, have LeeteGeoW 2 WhltmBDlRichard / days for their cotton to remain on the wharf,tad

: t 4 A. will be due on the 1st of March !lt5t neither of In Bankruptcy. per late arrivals from the North Lawson: P A .W50j Saac' purchasers two days, without incurring "ex&

,{ which will he pay, until be obtains titles to the In the United States District Court: I the following articles of CABINET FURNITURE LyonsB*., H YounM / wharfage. If after notification by the wharfngtf'.

,. A.I. lands for which*aid notes were given For the Apalachicola District of Florida \.I,: which he offers at reduced prices:. will fy please Persons,fiay.advertised.calhngfor any '(-',the- above. liters they allow it to remain a longer time, they w aD J

),:. WILSON CARUjjE ROACH, of. Jackson: Sofas Sideboards and Secretary's. / incur an extra wharfage of 6 cents per bale,*f

h 3'. Tallahassee, Feb. 1st, 1844. mar30 3i JOHN! petition praying for his county discharge, having and 1; Dressing Beaureaus and Bookcases'.; I.,' =, __ __ GEO..u!_.F.' BALTZELL. r .F/ M. every twenty-four,hours that}it"remains' the****

certificate as a Bankrupt; It is ordered that cause Bebsteads of various kinds; -'flLOCKS.--2000'ft coimton,.bushed fa plank f ter. Wood and lumber: shall not be aflowea."*

g LIQUORS AND WINES.-Brandy-Otard, be shown before the Court against said petition, Mahogany Rocking Chairs ; J_) assorted sizs, ; for sale by /' remain more than twenty-four hours without incurring

;, .0 & Co's; A Seienette's.. Marianna on the first Manday in May next. Gill,do Cane Back and Seat j ,, y feb26 W A/WOOD 23>foter st an extra wharfage for twenty-four to art
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t ; \ .'Gin -Holland, anchor orani lip (Test) B G ALDERMAN; Clerk. Boston do of various sizes; : thereafter." ,

i I Whiskey-Old Scotch ; Monqnphela. XONGE.'& TAYLOR, Atty's !Pctioner. Mahogany and Curl'd MapleChairs; GOSHEN CHEESE/-A fresh lotjust received All bills will be presented monthly fcccellt:
Wine-Old Madeira 'old Port Manama Fancy &,Windsor do of sale byB.. ELLISON & Co. tion.
; Sicily ; pure ; Jan. 25th.1844. jan29 3m various pattern; NOURSE a. STONY
I //:3: 4 r 4 Champaign, for sale by ILOT AND NAVY :kREAD.50 bbls Pilot Ladies Work Tables; Looking Glasses., ,; ap16. ,,1 /33 Water st. Apalachicola, Dec. 4,1843. !.

Q ,; .-. .: DODGE. & GARDNER, L 50 do Navy,'for sale by Looking Glass Plates; HATS-25 doz of fne Summer Hat OA HHDS efrtdjZfl4#1
: apl6 \ 40 Water st. fcb5 1 Willow Travelling Baskets, all sizes SUMMER ., New ]3ac n, just re
w A WOOD, 23 Water st. I willow Cradles ; aid for sale bfeblO / OU sale'H 'B. LlS011'C: .:

--1 fzss&fc > ( -, ..-.-- and Waggons.{ "jan29 f DILlrfc.,'CO.2D Water, !t. ap6! ', ':3Vtrit.
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