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(Oi The'following gentlemen' a our authofi-
zed agents; and they are empoo!red to' receipt
for the payment of any subsfiions, advertise-
inents or other printing, to be awardedd to u:-
J. Ho.LLI.sWbnTH, New 0Ceans, La.
B. G. ALDERAWi. IN, Maria,a, Fla.
J. S. SANCHEzy St. Auzumine, Fla.,
J. ATKIri, Tallahasbe,' la.
E. N. GIBsOn, Quinb~, a.&
JAB. PENN, St. Josepk j aFIla.
N. BAIER, Brown'sr- ry, Fi.
FRANCIS ARNOUC,- ; un' Oounty, Fla:
W. TABoR, Washiton Culihty, Fla'.
A. S. GREENwooD Albany, BakerCo., Ga.

AccomdOaRti n St~~gs.
PI I THE subscriber begs leave to'
4-----dinform the public, that he hase
w on hhtnd two good TWO HORSE
'ARIAGES one he inten111 keeping in Talla-
hassee, and oe other at his old stand' at Chatta-
hoochee, rtAdy to ruih .it all times whenever call-
ed upon d on very accomhibdatinjg sterns: His
Horses ail Carriages are gb0d,' and his drivers
careful fmd obliging, and: from his endeavors to
please nd accommodate the'priblic heretofore, he
onfidantly hopes' f6fi a continuance of favor and'
patronagei EUBE- SCOTT.
': Chattahoochee, Flh.,;April 1, 1844.
gir T'he Stage will be found at the Planters'
;: / hotel, T allahassee! apl6 3m
i Nev"f Arrangeainent.
S THE substantial fast-ruhninhg U."
S. Mail'Boat SIREN; Sharpless,
SMste& will hereafterleave Apa-
1 ;: =-= ^= lachicbia every Tubsday ahd Sat-
A rday night, at 10 o'clbck, for Brown's'Ferry, and
;Will leave Brown's' Ferry every Sundhy and
IWednesday evening, Chattahoochee every Mon-
:t 'day and Thursday/,at 1 o'clockiP. M.
The SIREN' is neatly arrianged, and, for the
i. conveniencece and' accommodhtioii of passhigers is
,'\ Ansurpassed by any boat, on the fiver.
: VAN VEGHTEN & SHIARPLESIS,
Apalachicola, Marh. 16, 1'844. Contractors.

..; THE'ine fast running first class
Steame rAUGUJSTA, Jts. B. Hall,
:B IsLs :mastei-,' will, fhi' regularly during
the slisbn btw"6enh Apalachicola
I^nd Columbus, whehi'the river' wil admit, touch-
ihg at all the intermribiate landing." She will be
dt EUFAULA oti'her'dbwnwarditrip,"ev'efy Wed-
riesday, and !;ill take freight or passengierson the
S most reasonable terms, ahn"' insuihnce can be ob-
tained on eir as lov as oh any other bcat.
The Aoigta's ac6bmt'obdtions' for pashen0ter
re not excelled,' -he' .Cabin being all in State
fooms, and every exerb.n 0i'il1 be made to retain
'the well known reoutattbh she has sustained for
: afety,-cbfilfort anddlspaitch.
'T1 For freight or passage, apply;' t
., STOcW & 'STARR,
THOSE. .TERRY,
S. Agents, Eufaula.,
B. ELLISON & CO., a
.mar4 Agents, Apalachicola.
SteamO 4 harleston.
: , THE new, splendid, and' fast
running stbamer CHARLESTON,
Freeman, faster" will, in conhect-
": ^nection with' the" LO~mLj mike,
AmIaPlr semi-weellyv trips"betVfeen Iafaula'and'
S, Apachicola, and'ak intermediate landings'-and
when the condition dt the river will wariint will
fun to Columbiu:
The Charleston is neatly arranged fobrthe com-
fort and convenieffe of passengers;" and withal,
ih a large. well bb i 'craft, -capable of carrying as
~huch freigbt, with'perfeti safety, as any boat on
S lhe Chatta`oochbet and can afford to do it as
:heaply. FPr fight .or passage, apply to either
jO M.A I MOORE,
WM. A'. SCANDRETT & Co.
Agents Eufaula.
M0ORE &. McKENZI 2,
McRAY &-HAR'TS110Rfi\ E
febl9 AgentifApalachicola-
VEATHERS.-Just received^a quantity olive
'. Geee Feathers, which will be sold 1br for
S dash by P'. HOBERT,
Sfeb26 42'Water st.
%'AKER'S GARDEN SEED-A fresh bipply
0r jut received and for sale by
febll B ELLISON 8 CO0, 33 Water st.
ENT!CKY BAGGING' & BALE ROPE-
! 200 pieces Bagging; 200 coils Rope, for sale
fairavra~ l t sa by T. L. MITCHEL,
maichl" 33 Water w.:


CA RD S.
N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUMBUS, &c &c.
ADVERTISEMENTS..

.bo. 136 Water Sr 80 Pine street.
NEw YORK,
PHILANDER, KIMBALL, Proplietor.
Jag J, Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
J/o. 226 Bower, near Rivington st.
NE YORK, novl ly
Aktdrew 8. Cooke,
COMMISSION M-ERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
,New Orleans; La.
Refers to-Messrs' Harper &a Hoime;
jan15 tlnov Apalachicola, Fa.'


LA S OF THE TERRITORY OF
FLORIDA.
PASSEDAT THE TWENTY-SECOND SESSION OF THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, 1844.
No.. 28.
AN ACT to alter and change the present bou'n-
dary line of Heroando County.
; Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor,, and
'Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That the Northern bohndary line of Hernanwd
county shall commence at the mouth of the Big
Withlacoochee River, thence up said river to the
junction of the Little Witfhiaoochee Rive, therjqe
up said Little With1acooch e to the head of flie
same, thence East to the Meridian line, thence
along satd Meridianrine South to the Hillsborough
river, thlence down 4aid river to Fort Fostee;
thence running due,' West to the Gulf exico,
thence along said Gdlf'to the mouth of the With-
lacoochee the point of beginning, including all
the land and island whicsai river lion av
Gulf may enclose.
Approved 6th March, 1844.
No. 29.
AN ACT to alter and change the name of Her-
nando County.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and
Legislative Council of fhe Territory of Florida,
That from ,and after the passage of this act, the
I tame of Hernando county, in this Tertitory, be
changed, an1a that said county, from henceforth,
be called anrd designated as the county of Benton.
Sec. 2. Be'it further' eniacted, That all, officers
heretofore elected, or appointed for said county
of Hernando, and all records, pleadings," com-
missions, and other documents heretofore desig-
nating said county, by the name of Hernando
cou ity, be held as appertaining to said county of
Benitoni the same as if the name of said county
had not been changed.
Approved" 6th Match, 1844.
No. 30.
A ACT to authorize Willis Watson to establish
a Ferry adioss the Chipila River,' in Jackson
county.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governoi: and
Legislative Council of theTerritory of Florida,
That Willis Watspn be, and: he is hereby adthor-
ized' to establish a Ferry across the Chipola River,
at point of said River, where the Federal road,
from Tallahassee to Pensacola, crosses said river,
and that the above named Willis' Watsbn, his
hiers, Executors, or Admihistrators shall keep
the said Ferry,' with suitable boats or flats, in
good order, for the passage of carriages, and other
vehicles at all times for the term of ten years,
from and after the passage and. approval of this
,act. And `should 'the said Willis Watson, his
hiers, exeCutors, o Administratorso fails to estab-l
lish a feyry, and to furnish the necessary bats or
flats, for 3ei above named' ferry,'for the period of
;twelve ma i~s, fre e and afteI the passage of this
at, then hiiight to, establish a ferCy at the above
named place shall be void. ; ,
Sec. 2'. Be it further ena.cted,That it shall be
unla wfu1l'for anv person or persons to establish a
ferry vithisI'three miles of said terry, except be
for his or their own use, and not for the purpose
4of gFthering toll
Sec. 3. Be,iiitfthe enacted, That the rates of
ferriage, at the fertry' established by virtue of this
act, shall bCw regduoted, by the County Court of
Jackson coufitey. ..
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That this' act
shbll.be subject ,to repeal or modification by any
future Legisllture oftthis Territory.
Approved 9th March, 1844.
,-. re to No. 31.
AN Att T toi aihorize William J. Hendricks to
keep a Ferry at the Coweiord e on St John's
S hb of aiver w i' n- th
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Teriitory' of Florida,g
That Wolliam J. HendricksC be and he isd hereby
vested ith the right to establish and keep. a fer-
ry at the Cowford'ori the South bandlof Stu Jr'hn's
riveropposite the Tohwn of Jacksonville: for,
land daiing the Term of teln years from afd after
the approval of this act,'for the purpose of trans-
iporting7across said river all persons and' property,
,requirecto be ferried across from the South to
the North bankef said iver.
Sec.. Be it further enacted/That it shall be
the duty of said Hendricks at all times to keep a
suffiient number of good boats, flats, and hands,
to ferryover such personis and property as maybe
require^' to be transported across'said river,; with-
out delay or hindrance, under penalty of forfeiture,
of the'privileges'lnereiti and'hereby griated' to
him.
Sec/'3; Be it further enacted, That it shall be
unlawful for any person to beep a ferry on the
South bank of said River, within two miles, either
above or below said ferry, except for private use,
and not for the purpose of gathering toll.
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the County
Court of Duval county, shall at all times have pow-
er to fix, alter or modify, the rates of ferriage
authorized to be charged and demanded at the
ferry by this act established. And that said Hen-
dricks be authorized to demand such rates of fer-


riage as have been heretofore, or may be hereafter
established by said Court.
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That this act
shall at all times he liable to be amended altered,
modified, or repealed by any future Leg islture.
Approved, 13th6Mirch, 1844.
No. 32:
AN ACT to -uthorize Maria, Doggett, to keep a
Ferry at;. acksonville on St John's"River.
,Section 1.' Be it enhated by the Governor and
Legislative Council of"the Territory of Florida,
That Maria'Doggett, widow of John L. Doggett
deceased!shall have and enjoy the unexpired term
in the Ferry at Jacks6nville on and over the St,.

force an act establshing a ferry over St. John's
River':t"Jacksdnville," approved 2d of February
1838, andIshall enjoy all the rights, and be sub-
ject toalr the duties, aidliabilities imposed on
said Doggett by the said 'act referred to.
Sep.. 2.' Be it further enacted, That from and
after- the passage of this act the said Maria Dog-
gett, shall havp-the right tokeep a ferry at Jack-
son vile. for:the purpose of .transporting of per-
sons,, horses,' mules,: cattlee: carriages of every
kind, and other 'things, to be transported'from the


No. 29 Water stteet:C
*j'n *A"palachicola; Fla.'
Harper & HcliMPesg
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water sttee .


Kimbroiigh & Ridgway,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MEIcICHANTS.
A)palachicola, FtOHda.
WM. H.' KIMBROUGH. >
JOHN I.' RIDGWAY. :
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
o0fr friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. dec1 ly


Santtel Schilt.er.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
I No. 49 Water street.
janl Apalachicola, Fla.


,. B IP. atiiltbi3n,'
bDALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
decl ly J4palachicdla, Fdl.
N. MN1ler & Cov
DikLERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS,. SHOES,
HATS, he.
Corfier'Water'and'Chesnut streets,
Alpalachicola. novel ly
H. R. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE;
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street,
decl4 ly Apalachicola.


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Nor,to the South bank of the river St. John'
And s*l for that purpose keep at all times a
good and efficient flat and boat o boats, as may
be necessary for public, accommodation together
with sufficient and good hands to work the said
boats, so require- to be worked. .:
Sec. 3. Be it fIrthel enacted,, That the said
Maria Doggett s l 'aave the e~icubsive -right t6
keep a ferry at Jacksotille, within the corporatei
limits of said Town, for, d during the term of
ten years from and afer the first day of January
next Provided; She shall so long keep said fer
ry in good repair: And provide, further, That
she shall at all times without delay, ferry over all
persons or property required to be :set over on the
South bank of the river St. John's. And provi
ded, #lorebver, She sliall.not charge higher or,
greater rates of ferriage than., are now, or- may
hereafter be f uohl time to time established by the
county c ,rt ,of Duval county, And provided also,
Thar this act shbal not be constrlqed to prevent
anhyperson or persons from keeping flats or boats
lor his, her or their own use, but rr aen~J-.,
Sec. 4. Be it 'urthef enacted, That itshPll ait
all times be lawful for the'Coun dourt of Du ai
County to fix alter or modify, tlwe rates of ferria"
lawful to be charged at said fen', but no ferrinagI
shall.be allowed, on cattle that may be swo e
across the riVer at Jacksonvillei and only a rpw
sonable compensation: for the use of a swimming
pen, when actually erected. ,
Sec. 5. Be it further,: enacted, That this. AeI
sh'a be subject, to be altered, modified or repeal.
ed by any fukrtre legislatureof Florida. e
Approved 13th March, 1844.


Wm. G4 Porter &.b&
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 41 Water StVeet,
rizv25 ly ,dalachicola; Fid.
McKay a Hm tthorinel
COMMISSION A ERCH ANTS,
No. 40 Wpter street.
novel Apalachidcola Florida..
[ jR9mIAX1 DAY. D4iil; J. DAY-.
J. gay & o .
CO MMI SS 'N MERCHANTS,
No 52 Water street;
jarvly Apalachicola, Fli.
! W. A. d -P. (f, Rain,
COMM IS ION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Colim'biis Block.
Apaliehicola.
Liber? advances ride on Ctton shipp'ea to
:'Liverpool, New York and! BostonI and also in
store. novel ly
S1D.Y B. oo oE
COMMISSION MERpHANTtS;:


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SiEPAkD T. LIPPi-icotT WAV. H. WYA .
Ltiipliot & Wyatit, --
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS;'
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupifoul-as st.,,
NEW ORLEANK. ap20' T


; W.* W#odland 6.& C.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New leansn; La. novl ly
S T'homas Bertram-#
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS. novl ly


,jan29 Apalachicola, Fla.'

COMMI.IlON I FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEADER IN GOODS,
S No. 43' Water street.
a,,' in2 tApalachicola, Fla.


No". 33' .. ., .
AN ACT to organize an Independent Company :
of Artillery to be called The Florida Artifery
Company."
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That the Company of Artillery known by the
name of the *", Florida Artillery Company," -be. -
and the same ate hereby constituted an Indeped ,
ant Volunteer, Company.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the asit
Company shall, be subject to the same rules rsg 4
"regulations as'far as maybe applicable of an'.*; -b
passed 3d January 1836, 'entitled "Arr ActF .
organize the T411ahassee Guards."
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, oThat Joullp .
Decorce, Captain; Gerard Vengeehoils, Qe
Sergeanant; Sebastian Sanguinette, Sergoot;
Louis Hoc, Corporal; Francis Winker, Corporal
officers heretofore elected by said Comp4iry,-(
continued in command and if any of said Ofie :rs
have not been dommissioned, tllhat the Governor. of .
Florida he requested to commission them as soon =
as may be convenient.
Sec. 4. Be if further enacted, That said Co6n ,,'T"
:pany may adopt by-lawsArumles and regulations by'
majority of members and consent .of the Capti, .
*and shall have power to impose fines for' neglect ,'
'of duty, which may be collected in any Cort of 'of
Justice e in the Territory. Said Rules and legui-',
lations not to conflet with any law of Floridu-nar
of the United, States, or the Riules and Articles if
the United States Army. .-
Approvied 13th sMarch, S144.
i N o' 34. :; .,
AN ACT to amend anr act now- n force' in thie i
Territory in'relation [to ,Roads, Highways ad
Ferries. ,
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor dand
Legislative Cotincilof the Territory of Florida,
That the county Court 6fhSt;,Jhpn's county when
assembled for county purposes ihn ach ye~ar shall d '
have power to direct the-nasessing and collecting"
qf a Road Tax: Provided, the same shalln otex.x- %
ceed one dollar:per annum for each and ever per.
son subject to toad dity. i k- ..
See; 2. Be itf further, enacted, That said- Road
Tax or so mujch thereof,as4 may be necessary to
,keeplthe R6ad and Bridges within the county of
S,. John's in repair shall w hen occasion should:
require itib, bsasessed and collected by, and under
the,directien of the Road Commissioners and the-
person ot person opesons so appointed to collect the aid
R6ad Tax shall receive as compensation for his
or their services five per centlipon the- amoUnit-b ,
him or them collected r't x "' in'?''
SSec. 3. Be it further enacted, That any etboln
shall have the right to commute his road taih;by
supplying labourers to work on the roads'at such
an amount pe'r day asmay be determined by' the
commissioners; and the overseers of the roads ''?:
shall give certificates cof the .lybour thus 'supplied
which shall bp receiveda'by the Tax Collector "in
:lieu-of money. I ".
Sec. 4. Be it futrher enacted, That whe Tax col-
lect e by virtue of this act shall be paid into the
County Treasry and be subject to the or'de of the
Road commissioner of said county, Which tab
snall be applied, exclusively to the rtiaking'and
repairing of roads and Bridges, anid the said Trea.
surer shall receive for his services two, arid a:half /
per cent for receiving and disbursing the' same.
Sec. 5.' Be it further enacted, That whenever
it may become necessary to work upon any oftb a.t
Roads in said county, the Superintendant or Over.,
seer ofsaid Roads, appointed by said commission-
ers shall each receive two dollars per day for eve-
ry day he or they may be employed in the per-
formance of the work designated by said comm ra
sioners. .
See. 6. Be ,it further enacted. That so much
of the law now'in force in this Territory- in rela-
tion to Roads,' re highways, and Fterrie. as conflict
itl tyisa,act shall be rinoperafive within the li-l
mits o St. John's county.
Approved 14th March, 1S44.
TI e celbra.' Dr. :u ... b: "y
AN ACT Sor the"'releaf of S^S^ Sibley.
Section I. w ter it enacted by theo Governor and
Legislative Council -of the Territory of Florida,'
That the Auditor of'the. Tetritot^ *be, and he,.is,
hereby, required to audit' the y account of S. S.p-.
Sibley against the Territory,; f0ormisceilaneous'
printing,, and issue hiswarraejt'fo th'e sum ofiones
hundred and forty-four 50t60 dollars, in favor of
'said Sam'1 S. Sibley. '-
Approved 14th March, 1844. T

Tlhe celebrated Dr. Rush was once asked by a.
student what per egnt he thought had been addedl .
to the period of huma'n life by skill of practioffr
af medicine ? H answered,-' If by practioyers
of medicine, yoeu mean to include old women ard.,
nurseI think the increase has been veqy consi-
derable; but if you exclude them very little ,


Conmmiission BuSinesS.
New York, March 12th, 1844.
0:C- WITH a knowledge of business derived
'from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
A COMMISSION MERCHANTS,' for the pur-
chase ailf sale of all kinds of Produce,; and For-
eign and, Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt' re-
turns for all sales effected, and answers'-to all
orders with which they may be favored.-
SBills of Exchange drawn against shipmdits of
cottonn or other Produce, will be dtly honored on
:-Aceipt of Invoice and Bil"Ladingi or by special
i agreement for funds at maturity, With advices of
responsibility of drawers.'
FOWLE;, DE COIN,& CO.,
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street.


B. Ellfwo'nr & Co*0
!DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
declt I Atpalachicola, Fla.
E. R. FLEWELLEN. M. M. BUTT.
Flewelten & Butt,
FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola, Fla.
S{- Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped
I to New York, Liverpool or Hiavre. d25 6m


Comnaissiot Business.
i TIHE undersigned wold inform the citizens of.
: a. Apalachicola, who may be disposed to Jpave
for sale during the SUMMER AND FALL, any,
articles of mekchandize. That he has large and
convenient Sltoes for the reception an; safe keep
ing of the samfe His' whole time willF*be devoted'
to his businesS, and when sales to the.amoupt of
$50 or $100'is effected, the same will be, ,n all
csses, promptly remitted or deposited,,,aa advised.
he grealfer'tl4 *Varietyf'he better for'fit sald f
E: J. HARDIN'
Columbius, April 13, 144. my4 3t


T'r H. & H. usti0Wy
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 50 Water street,


Apalachicola.
iLiberal' dances made on Cotton shipped to
New York.' novel ly
Theos, L' Mlitchel,
OMM I S SIO N & FYORWA RM'IN G
MERCHANT.
No.' 33 Water st. Apalaclhibola-t
dec7 ly,


N OTICE.-The undersigned have this day
formed, a partnership under the name and
,style of GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the transac-
tion of a general- Wholesile Grocery and Com-
nmission Business. D. GOLDS'EIN,
JOHN' R. BEERS.
Columbus, April 1lv8441. aipl3 2m


I0dge'A Gartler,
PROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
i No. 40 Water street,
Sdecl8 Apalachicola, Fla.


Ligon & O'wes,
ATTORNEY'SS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Abbeville and Troy,'/Ala.
WT ILI practice in the Couhty and Circuit
Courts of the counties of MTbnt'omery, Pike,
Coffee, J?,le, Henry and Barbour,'omposing the
eighth Jb icial Circuit of the Statio of Alabama.
WOODSON L. LIGON,
,, Abeville' Henry co,, Ala.'
HASTINGS E. OWENS,
Troy SPike co,'Ala.'
,, -Refis to
*Col. A' MiAllister, .Henry, Ala.
Gen. AJ McAlliker,I't Y 61 "
Maj. Jefferson Buford,Eufaula; Ala.'
S on'le. Jas hEBelser, Mbntgomery, Ala.'
Gen'l. John Dil1, Fort@aiues, Ga.
MesAs. Cheste'r & Mc riff, Apal'a. Fa.
January 25th, 1844. jan29 tf


3 We A. Wod,
/COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,'
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
Apalachicola. novyl ly
1MIoor e & MdliKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANT TS,
No. 32"Water street,
'Apaaichicblta.
J1HN M.' MOORE. t
WM. A. MIKENZIE, y novell y


do0 M 19I'S IO N AND FORWA D ING
-MECHANTS,
I'b. 44' Water-sfeet,
' tfv2 '1 ApalachicAl, Fla.


S I*. SOdney i"reAn, 1 D.
DR. *REEN takes this opportunity ofa.expres-
sitg his gratitude to his patrons; and tb assure
them 'at it shall be his constai&t endeavor to ren~
der himself more useful in his profession.
OffiCa on Cenire. near Water street.' decd25


AI p W SIpra tt, '
ATTOrNEY & 'COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
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 will continue a regu-
lar attendance upon the courts of Jackson and
Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at
Tallahassee.
Office over W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street.
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844.


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James F. Farrior,
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


lIicihael A. IMlyers,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION, MERCHANT,,
No. 28'Wafte*'strYet,
Sale Days'--,WiDDNESsoAys" and SATVRijL.YS.'


M L E 'YARD AT APALACHICOLA.-
he subr Iiberbaving eastabi.hed him-
self ifithisgcity, respectfully inforins' the priblic
that h6 has oif' hand, and will, at ali'times- be
ready tb furihish, at the shortest notice, Marble
work of every kind and quality, including
TqoiWb, Tablets, Head & Foot Stones;
Mantle Pieces and facings,,
Be~irdeau'and1 Centre Tabl Tops;
Cotdhter Tops~ f an 'rntfaifs, &c., &c.
In short, all articles usually foud:'at an estab-
lisbmept: of he'6kind. The pulc .ari respect-
fully invited tocall and examine for themselves.
fp Oraters b', mail, will be purict'Vally attend-
ed to, andl: shipped to any of the landings on the
river, carefully packed in strong bodes.
SIDNEY 'R FORD.
(5- The Marble Yard is on ComtieFrce street,
immediately inr th( rieai bliof M KayI& Hrfitshdrne's


It-. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER'AND COMMISSION KENT,
No. 31 Wat'r-street,
mirl' ly Apalachicola, Fla1.


SEwARD DILL. A. F. PLMEi.1
semWard Idil & Co.,
AUi TfhoN & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1No. 29 Water street.
01- Libedil' dances made on all condignmn nts,
and business entrusted to them will bdh
promptly attended to
Refers to-LANE & READ, Boston.
CARY COOK, Portland, M1e.
S. C. WHITrITR, Halldilr.Y? ,
Apalachicola, Aug. S2. lyI


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PALAOHIoOLA, SATURDAY, MIAY 11, 184.


,/ < The U. S. District Court, for Franklin
coiiunty, is now in session, Judge Carmack presid-
ing, and will probably continue all next week.
*ti number of civil cases are on hand for trial, and
i the criminal docket, we are sorry to say, is larger
than usual, in consequence of the thefts at tohe
Si time of the late fire. /
I The Rev. Mr. SxILEY, from Ne leans,
will preach in the Methodist Churceo-morrow
; n morning at 11 o'clock, and also in2 e evening at
.8 o'clock. We are gratified to Xarn that Mr. S.
i strtends remaining in this p e during fthe sum-
: iner, and religious servi CLay be expected re-
* gularly every Sabbath this Church.

SWe neglect last week to mention the
Sailing of the pitish Barque Dauntless, Rogers,
t auaeter, for Liverpool, with 2,020 bales cotton,
weighing 948;726 lbs. She drew 141 feet water
and went to sea without trouble or detention.
This we believe, is unusnal-vessels of the class
and size of the Dauntless seldom venture through
the West Pass, though we presume they might
do so with ease and safety.
---xa< "-gCC[rii" oB'^"^""'**8 - vention to nominate Whig candidates for Pre-
sijdent and Vice President of the United States,,
t net in the city of Baltimore on the 1st instant.
he convention 'was large, and from accounts
|ery enthusiastic. A premium flag was to be
given to the delegation which should be the
largest from any one of the States; we have -not
seen however to whom it was awarded. Judge
'Ambrose Spencer, father to the late Secretary of
the Treasury, was chosen President.
Mr. B. Watkins Leigh, of Virginia, offered a
S resolution, that HENRY CLAY, of Kentucky, be
declared the candidate of the Whig party for
'l: President, which was adopted unanimously. A
committee was appointed to select from the sev-
eral persons named, a candidate for Vice Presi-
A dent, which resulted in the choice of the Hon.
R THEODORE FRELENHUYSEN, of New Jersey.
TEXAS.
During the last week, the papers from the
north have been full of the subject of annexation,
and the ratification of the Treaty now before the
Senate. The two great champions of Democracy
and Whigery have addressed each a letter to their
friends, disapproving of the immediate annexa-
tion of Texas to the United States. Mr. Clay
goes against annexation on the ground of its being
: / impolitic, uncalled for, and unjust to Mexico, in
S' the present 'state of our relations with that Go-
S government ; also, because it would further embarass
; or own government with an additional debt of
Sten millions, which Texas now owes, without the
prospect of any immediate commercial or national
advantage to the United States. He opposes the
Si annexation both now and hereafter, or rather
makes no allusion to a future action. Mr. Van
f Buren opposes it now, as eie iin-,itjt to Mexico,
and likely to involve us in a war with that Repub- '
lie, unless she was a party consulted. But advo-
cates the annexation wheneirer the war between
Texas and Mexico ceases, or whenever the Con-
gress of the United States (with a majority of the
people) may deem it necessary for the security of
e i the country, and the perpetuity of its institutions.
He is in favor of uniting Texas, as soon as it can
be done without taking part in an actual war be-
tween Mexico and Texas; a constructed war
would not be regarded. Mexico and Texas are
still at war, an armistice 'now exists, and to adopt
the Texians as citizens, is to make the United
States a party to that war. It would require no
declaration on the part of Mexico to involve us.
\_The armistice will expire in a short time, and
then Mexico will either make peace or prosecute
it to a conclusion, which, if she cannot do, it
must dwindle into a mere nominal war, when
Texas can be treated with as a sovereign state.
It is presumed that the opinions of these gen-
tlemen will decide the fate of the Treaty for the
present; more- specially when we consider that
a vote of two-thirds is necessary to ratify it. The
subject is however lily to produce some dissen-
tion among the two great parties. In the South
it is decidedly popular. South Carolina, with
Mr. Calhoun to sustain thein.are unanimous, and
in New Orleans there has been-, very large and
enthusiastic meeting of distinguished citizens of


both parties, who recommend the immediate an-
nexation of, Texas, as being one of polity, patri-
otism and philanthropy. It is rumored ttat the
course of Mr. Vat Buren has both astonished and
disappointed many of his friends in Congress,
and may make his nomination less certain. The
convention meets in a few days however, and we
shall then see what will be the result. With the
whigs, the letter of Mr. Clay certainly exercised
no injurious influence, as he was unanimously
nominated a few days ago in the Baltimore con-
vention.
INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY IN NEW YORK.-
Among the proposed amendments to the consti-
tution-of New York, is one which provides that
hereafter all members of banking institutions
shall be individually liable for the issues of the
institution with which they may be connected,
or in which they may own stock.

03- According to late regulations, colored sea-
men from foreign ports, engaged on board vessels
entering the port of Matanzas, are now placed in
immediate confinement until the vessels to which
they belong are ready to sail.

0(c -It is stated, that the iMessrs. Harnden &
Co., of Boston, are about to start a daily evening
Paper.ir that city.


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t would seem to be only necessary, if physical
effects invariably arise from physical causes, to
command for man a respiratlfe medium below
60- F. to insure him an exemption from all the
maladies it produces, and below 75 0 F. to pre-
vent the existence of that most dreaded form of
disease, the endemial causes of tropical climates.
"JENNER."

For the CommerciafAdvertiser.
G L E N-ME N T 91R.
LETTER I.
La JBresa to Vermiya.
MY DA VERMILY :-Your letteT v8et r 3oa;0
;ibly recalls to my mind the death and burial of
a reverend old citizen in our neighbourhood.` En-,
gaging in the service of the Union, when he waS
luitea youth, he received many 4 plaudit from I
his comrades, and, many a mark of favor from l
his commander, for the gallantry of his behavior.
He was exceedingly polite in hial mariners, and
when I last saw him, he had i fredh, rosy cheek,
a fine sparkling blue eye, and a p olusion of si;-
rery flowing locks. He had walk d out without
his hat, and as he raised his polished hickory
taffto give orders about some improvements df
his fanim, I thought I had never he d so mellow
a voice in Iso old a man. As I adv,'nCed toward
him., his face brightened with smil+, and grasp-
.ng me cordially by the hand, he continued to
press it with welcomes until I had acended the
steps of his portico, when taing1 y hat from
me, he invited me, into his parlor.:; He waved
Nis hand toward the sideboard, and| asked, if I
wkuld take some wine; but agi I replied ifi the,
negative, he entertained me with tfhe news of
theody-the hunting adventures of ts son, and
as he *as pressing me to spend a few eeks with
Glen-M1ntor, and take such healthftillexercise as
the mountains and the glens afforded, his son en-
tered th room. Glen-Mentor was sa called, to
distinguih him from his cousin, of the same
name, W lwas a merchant in the tdWv. He in-
herits all tie principal virtues of his their, and
there is sornthing inexpressibly kind d benev-
olent in hist c ntenance, which I supjpse is ide-
rived from his yo~ s mother, who has Qei6 dead
these many year The old man has acrdmulated
a vast fortune, an Glen*-Mentbr is, the ily heir.
At some future ti I wilt describe t you the
scenery of the gleain which my fried lives;
but at this time I fe so impressed with the so '
lemnity of the old mag.s burial, that I think at' \
account of it would infiest you. On the very
day the old man died 1 wv meditating a visit to '
the country. The day wa till and clear and in
all other respects such an o as might m.:k the
departure of a good man to ce haven af Bternal
rest. Glen-Mentor addressed e a feeling note,
stating that his father was no ore, an hat in
two days' preparations would be made'f6r his
burial. When I arrived at the rhansion of the
glen, I found the servants in an ou er room, all
neatly dressed and seated in regular orkir. Some
of the negro women were weeping m oi'bitterly,
and as I entered the drawing room, I saw d'e of the
little negro children pulling at the coffin ai4d beg,
Sing tlem to take old master o1u.t~t, ". j felt
a straggling tear falling over my cheek, and as -
grasped Glen-Mentor's hand, iny face was buried
in my handkerchief, The neighbors were assemi
bled in the drawing room, and the parson soon
arose, and in a very feeling manner, related "sme
of the more interesting particulars in th li-ft of
the deceased, and after speaking of the glory of the
resurrection, and the destiny of all morl1als, he
added many words of consolation and sweei hope,
and concluded with a fqrvant prayer for the be-
reaved. There was not a dry cheek to be seen;
and after a solemn pause, the coffin was opened '
for the friends to take a farewell view of Qlen-
Mentor's father, and before it was closed, I saw
several of theservants slip sprigs of cedar, flow-
ers, and other mementos of love into it. A pro-
cession was formed, in which all the servat of
the old man, and others of the glen joined ":4e
coffin was borne by six of the neighbors, and as
they approached a shady grove in a''left of the
mountain, I saw the place where Glen-Mentor's-
mother had been buriedl A beautifully orna.
mented wall had been built over her grave, and'
covered in the form of a tasteful dwelling. This
was enclosed by white balustrades; and within
the,enclosure the sweetest shrubs and flowers


were planted in regular order. Myrtle crept,
round the wall, and roses and honey-stekles ratn
over it, while a beautiful weeping willow stand-
,ing at the head, waning its long branches, shaded
it. Oft in the stillness of night, Glen-Mentor'
might have been seen beneath this willow, bend-
ing over ,the. tomb of his departed mother, and,,
now for the first time in many years, the door off
that tomb was opened. The husband wma ibg
laid beside the wife, and the son was fl
the destruction of the grave. A swarm -,,
sects issued from the door, and upon teleff of
the tomb the frame of a once beautiful and qiuch.
beloved .female was lying, surrounded with the
dust of her coffin. The casement of glass was
still remaining, and prevented the wind from fan-
ning away the ashes from he" bon6 In like .
manner the old man was placed on tile opposite
side of the tomb. While thea dooi was still open
the parson raised his hands, and water returning
thanks to heaven for the privilege and blessings-
that we enjoyed, he prayed tha!;fe lessons of the
day might not be lost upon thesouls of the living.
Glen-Mentor, then closed th oor with a tverlra
ling hand, and we all returAed to-the mansion of
the glen. -I was gratified to see such simple
honors of the dead, so *cdual in mo.yig&.'the
tender, sympathies of the people. Although..
meet the.pleasant smilegbf the-good man no more,-
nor hear the sound q. his voice in his parlor,
.still there is an air- of welcome that( breathes
through the mansion, and a form of cheerfulness
reflected from the walls. His fancy chair occu-
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CONGRESSIONAL.
WASHINGTON, April 30.
There was a painful scene in'the Senate this
morning. As soon as the Chair was taken, Mr.
Fairfied presented the credentials of Mr. Niles of
Conn., and the latter presented himself to be sworn
Mr. Jernagin said as a matter of duty he must
oppose the swearing of the honorable gentleman.
The Senate could, not be ignorant of that which
was a matter of history. The gentleman had

been in the city for several weeks without pre-
senting himself, which to say the least, was very
extraordinary. After further remarks, he moved
the appointment of a select committee to investi-
gate the mental qualifications of Mr. N. to a seat
in the Senate.
Mr. Fairfield said he had had the pleasure of
boarding with Mr. Niles for a long period, and he
could confidently say that his intellect was bright
as ever.
Messrs. Buchanan, Crittenden and others made
some remarks, after -which the question was put,
and the Chair authorised to appoint a select com-
mittee of investigation. It is composed of the
following Senators, viz: Messrs. Jernagin, Wright,
Benton, Berrien and McDuffie. The task of the
committee is one of great delicacy.
The remainder of the day was devoted to pri-
vate business.
The Sergeat.-at-Arms of the Senate has been
sent to New York to bring on the Editor of the
Evening Post for an examination, as to the man-
'TrerK"1rrxsc p li ~ amo a'osessed orthme decu-
ments accompanying the Treaty, recently pub-
lished in that paper. A most rigid investigation
will be instituted, and the offender, if discovered,
severely punished.
It is understood that Mr. Spencer resigned this
morning. Mr. Rush and Mr. Green are spoken of
as his successors. It is rumored- that Mr. Nelson
has also exhibited symptoms of leaving the Cabinet
In the House the whole day was taken up by a
continuation of the debate on the tariff bill.
This morning Mr. Clay held a levee in the Ro-
tunda of the Capitol. He was surrounded by hun-
dreds of strangers, anxious to obtain a view of
him. He afterwards visited both branches of Con-
gress.

05- By the death of the King of Sweden, Mar-
shal Soult has become the sole survivor of all the
eighteen Marshals of the Empire created by Na-
poleon in 1804, at the camp of Boulogne.

MR. EDITOR :-A few mornings since, after a'
good night's rest, I arose much earlier than usual,
desiring to enjoy the cool, refreshing breeze, in
a solitary walk. The inquiry occurred-Where
shall I go, to pass the time most pleasantly ?'
A thought suggested a stroll to our Church-Yard,
and thither I bent my way. It was a lovely
morning-the air was melliffluent with the fra-
grance of the flowers of which our climate is so
prolific-the green leaves and blossoms were yet
covered with pearly dew-dops-the birds that
flew from bough to spray chanted sweetly their
matin songs-and all nature was redolent of that
beauty which is peculiar to Florida in the Spring
season. In approaching the church-yard, I was
pleased to see that measures were at length being
taken to prevent the beasts from roving, with
relentless hooaoof-' "b
there buried, in the erection of a good substantial
enclosure. It was a scene and an hour well fitted
for meditation; and as I entered this hallowed
ground, and cast the, eye over the multiplicity of
little mounds that betokened the spot where
reposed the relies of so many human beings, who
had once lived and moved upon the earth, enjoy-
ing youth, and health, and activity, I was forci-
bly reminded that this is the haven to which we
all tend, and that remorseless TIlME, which steals
along with swift yet easy tread, is sweeping all
the human family to that dark bourne, the deep
and hidden mysteries of which lie buried in a
fathomless eternity, and of which the mind of
man can form but a vague and imperfect concep-
tion. Amidst these reflections, it was a pleasing
sight to see here erected so many boards and
tablets to the memory of those who had passed
away; giving the gratifying proof, that though
we die, we leave behind us friends who will
cherish a remembrance of us, and perchance
bedew our graves with their tears. Among the
most handsome of marble, I had the happiness to
perceive one erected and inscribed to the memory
of JOSEPH B. WEBB, who fell a victim to the
Yellow Fever, which visited this city in the


memorable year of 1841. He died at, and was
buried on Flag Island, where his remains reposed
in hallowed loneliness for nearly three years--
the dashing of thebillows, the hollow winds and
the sea-birds mingling in mournful music over
his isolated grave:' His relics were disinterred
a few weeks since, brought to this place, and
inhumed in the church-yard. His friends have
erected this tablet as an humble memento of their
regards for him, and a tribute of respect for
his lofty mind, and generous and noble nature.--
This manifestation of esteem was gratifying to
me, -s one who had long known and loved him-
and it will be a source of infinite pleasure to his
friends and relatives at a distance, to learn that
he has received all the respect that can be paid
to departed worth in a christian land; and that
his memory shall live 'green in our souls,' as
enduring as the marble that covers the spot
where recline the relics of this gifted and la-
mented son of genius.
Col. WEB was the Editor of the "( Florida
Journal" at the time of his decease, and the
press, teemed with expressions of regret, at the
loss which the corps editorial felt in his prema-
ture death. He was a chaste and beautiful wri-
ter, combining a sublime and fluent style which
was rarely surpassed;-and the "'Stetches ad
libitum" of HORATIO WALeDO," wherever they
are found, will be regarded as pure gems of
literature,-
Oriental pearls at random strung."
BURLINGTON~,


[Written for the Comm'l. Advertiser.]
ON THE. ,
PREVENTION OF MALARIAL DISEASES.
NUMBER V$ -
THE undisturbed and long continuance of high
atmospheric temperature, of regions that endure
a tropical heat, both mars their prosperity, and
prevents a large portion of the human family
from sharing the natural advantages they possess.
It is a source of evil that has a double operation;
first in causing the mental and physical deteriora-
tion of the native inhabitants; second in induc-
ing, or rather, creating malarial diseases.
Atmospherical temperature determines, or, at
least, greatly modifies the character of our race.
But little observation is necessary, to discover that
the evolution of the physical capacities of man
depends intimately on climate; and, although,
from the superiority of his reasoning powers, and
the consequent ability, to apply art in adapting his
physical organization he is better able than other
animals to resist its extremes, yet, being subject
to the influence of the elements, his faculties at-
tain a perfection, or sink into a comparative im-
becility, corresponding with that great zone in
which he may have fixed his residence. The
native of climates of either extreme of heat or
cold, is found to be feeble in'frame, and but little
fitted to resist those operations of nature that are
injurious to health. It is only in those parts of
the earth where the temperature is mild and
genial, that the maximum degree :of human per-
fection is attained; and it is the people of these,
regions that are best adapted to encounter, with
an imurEUty-foma.fraiveiy'-l eqiUa--4he. enervating
he-at of the tropics on the one hand, and the
destructive cold of the frigid zones on the other.
This is a law, the truth of which is attested, by
the ability of the British to bear the extra-
ordinary heats of the plains of Hindostan better
than the natives; and the highest medical:authori-
ties of France have proved, that in the Russian
campaign of 1812, the troops from the south of
Europe bore the cold better than the Russians or
the Poles who had been inured to it from their
infancy.
Climate controls ingenuity and industry, capa-
cities of our race, upon the exercise of which the
prosperity of nations depends, especially those
that carry to perfection the arts of manufacture
and mechanism. It is by excelling in these, that
the anglo-saxon race has risen to wealth and
power, wherever it has confined itself to a north-
ern latitude, whether in the old or new world.
But centuries of experience have proved, that it,
in common with the whole of the descendants of
Japhet, is unable to practice them with like suc-
cess under the enervating force of a tropical heat.
The incapacity, and consequent indisposition of
the white race, for continued muscular or mental
exertion, in the torrid zone, are among the best
established truths in human physiology. This
truth is forcibly illustrated by the change of habits
induced by a few years -residence in the tropics.
SThe man who was energetic, watchful and enter-
prizing, whose step was elastic, and who had am-
bition in his port, becomes languid, indifferent
and dull; he drags himselt along as if by the
greatest muscular effort, and gradually ceases to
aspire after that which it costs labor to attain.-
A few generations, only, are necessary to reduce
his posterity to comparative imbecility; and that
dessie of local improvement which seems inherent
in the race whence they sprung, gives way to a
love of sensual ease. This is the general char-
acter of what is called the creole population, of
the colonies of Europeans, settled in the tropics.
In none are the inhabitants equal to the parent
stock, in vigor, either of body or'mind. "If we
compare, for example, the 'present inhabitants of
the West India Islands, the lineal descendants
" '0-'-t ii... j.t l udlllll t .\ t 'l 1'>.H,,11' t- l~l> l,/.,'11 >'
who settled in them two centuries back, with the
actual race of men in Great Britain, we shall find
nearly as great differences in the physical and'
moral characters of the two classes, as between
nations which are usually considered as of dis-
tinct races." Were this law of unvarying appli-
cation, it would require us to admit, however
mortifying to our self-love, a permanent and steady
deterioration of the inhabitants of the southern
division of the United States. Happily, in regard
to them, it is effectually modified by peculiarities
in their condition. Continual immigration from
colder countries, and the habit of spending the
summer in the northern States, or among the
mountains of the South, prevent the deteriorating
operation of tropical heat on the mental or physical
structure of the mass of the population. Still, oc-
casionally, some effect is perceptible in particular
families, where there has been no intermixture of
foreign blood, and residence in the south has been
unbroken for several generations. If the posterity
of these adhere to the same habits, it is not pro-
bable that they will be exempt from that law of
deterioration, which in the West Indies, and other
countries in the low latitudes, operates so gener-
ally. It is even apparent that the vigorous native
of New England, however much national vanity
may desire to obscure the fact, degenerates after
long subjection to the enfeebling action of an uni-
formly hot climate. Recollecting the principles
of his early education, he may be constantly ex-
cited to action, but under the influence of the


languor indured by a vertical sun, he is prone to
mistake scheming for enterprise, and to sink into
a mere projector, or, at least, to prefer specula-
tion to labor. If he enters upon business in ear-
nest, the inability to practice steady habits of
application, prevents that care necessary to suc-
cess, and he either becomes involved in pecuni-
ary difficulties, or sinks into imbecility.
While this is the ascertained operation of trop-
ical heat upon the natives of temperate climes,
and their descendants, it is also notorious that
those races of men, which possess the capacity
to resist high solar heat, and labor under a vertical
sun, have not the order of intelligence, necessary
for the attainment of perfection in the arts. They
have, as yet, given no evidence of ability to com-
,pete, in manufactures or mechanism, with the
natives of the temperate zones. That sagacity
and clear foresight, which seeks out and adapts
inventions, and that provident spirit that applies
every possible principle of economy, so charac-
teristic of the people "of temperate climes, and
so indispensable to success in the manufacturing
arts, are universally wanting. But if the tempe-
rature of houses, workshops and other places in
which men pass the chief part of their time, in
the tropics and their vicinity, could be artificially
and permanently lowered, by any means within a
reasonable pecuniary outlay, to the standard of
those in northern latitudes, there would be no-
thing to prevent the artizan, or mechanic, from
applying his industry, to the same advantage in
hot countries, that he has heretofore done in the
moderate climes of which he is a native. With
equal advantage in regard to in door temperature,
the industry and the, multitude of auxiliaries,
which art, science and capital, have allied to the
complicated machinery of manufactures, could
be as successfully introduced into the tropics as
elsewhere. Climate may be said to govern manu-
facturing industry, between which and national
wealth the closest connexion exists; indeed, here-


tofore, in modern times they seem invariably to i
have existed together. No country, whatever e
mray be the richness of its soil, or the fructifying
influence of its climate ,can, at this day, be other 6
than poor and-destituted if unable to apply a por-, I
lion of its laboring industry to manufactures. -But ,
if the people of any country can apply their' (
powers and energies, so as to overcome natural
disadvantages if they exist, and devote a corres-
ponhnt industry -to manufacturing purposes, it
must'follow that they will become rich, prosper-
ous ana powerful.
But itis the unhealthiness of climate, induced
by high temperature that constitutes the para-
mount ageht in repressing the prosperity of tropical
and tropico' regions. High solar heat with its
invariable a compariiinent-a diminished supply c
of oxygen, al~ an increased quantity of moisture a
in the volume \ air used in respiration, act in- g
curiously upon tMe constitution of the Caucasian
race, and if lon4gontifiued, are, of themselves,
a sufficient cause Xindisposition. No habits, or
length of exposure will neutralize :,this effect. .1
Indeed, the unfavorale operation of high natural I
heat, would seem to *. increased by time, for it
is the common experience of those livngin cli-
mates subject to the changes of the seasoris, and a
which, in summer, attain a tropical temperature, v
that they can withstand the heat of the comrn-
mencement of the hot period, better than they
can a lower temperature at it termination; and s
the inhabitant of the equator finhs the heat more 1
oppressive in old age than in tuthi, or in the
meridian of life. That natural, tempelrature, i
which is necessary to maintain the\functions of
the animal economy, in healthy activby, becomes, i
when existing in excess, similar in i ts'operatior, I
to undue heat in general, and manifests'itself bvy ,
overBharged glandular action, and othesymtp- '
toms of strong stimulation. The incessant evap-
oration by cutaneous and pulmonary'transpirAtion
excite an eager demand for fluids, and the'capil,-
laries, being compelled to maintain a constant
action, in order to furnish the necessary means of
supply and waste, consequently become enfeebled,
and predisposed to be easily acted upon by excit-
ing influences. It is owing to the exhausting
action of these vessels that the inhabitants of
warm countries have a lax conformation of mus-
cular fibre, a slender and weak frame, and that
they are inclined to mental as well as physical
inactivity. Besides the languor and debility which
invariably result from the overstimulation of long
continued high states of the thermometer, all the
functions of the human system may become de-
ranged, and if not restored to their healthy action
by a remission of heat, or the withdrawing of an
equivalent stimiuus of other kinds, they will be
liable to be destroyed by the slightest external
influence.
It is, however, in malarial diseases that the
effects of solar heat are most distinctly marked.
Whatever may be the other concurring causes of
f'evers-particularly intermittent, remittent, and
yellow fevers--it seems to be generally conceded,
that the most essential circumstance connected
with them is a high degree of atmospheric tem-
peratute. It is true that this has often been de-
nied, and so recently as in late report on the
medical statistics of the British army ;* but there
is no medical opinion more generally assented to
by physicians in all parts of the world. Solar
heat may not be, and probably is not, the direct
cause of these diseases, but as the most promi-
nent element in the constitution of climate, ex-
erting, no doubt, a controlling influence over its
other constituents," and as the cause of vegetable
growth and decay, and the myriads of animals
thai subsist and perish upon it, it must be the
source whence are' derived the principles which
enter into the composition of febrific miasmata.
The evidences of this power are numerous, and,
though chiefly negative, they are of the Most sat-
typhus fever, where malaria seems to acquire a
peculiar virulence from long accumulation, and
modification in a latent state, epidemic fevers
never break out in the winter season of tempe-
rate latitudes; and it is very doubtful whether
they ever penetrate as far as the arctic circle.
But, on the other hand, we find, as we direct our
inquiries from the temperate zones into' the
warmer latitudes, malarial fevers become more
common and more violent, displaying their grea-
test virulence in the equatorial regions.
In elevated situations the temperature of the
atmosphere is less than on low grounds, and the
cause of fever, even in the tropics, acts with less
power. Every variety of malarious disease seems
to require, for its origin a temperature peculiar
to itself, but high in proportion to its malignity.
The intermittent fever requires an atmospheric
temperature above the mean annual heat; that
appears under the pestilential form of yellow
fever, is never seen, in temperate climates, but
when the thermometer indicates a tropical
warmth. In countries subject to the healthful in-
fluence of frost their progress is always checked
by its advent, and they disappear till the succeed-
ing summer sets in motion the various causes
concurring in their production. It is evidently
owing to atmospheric heat that the end of sum-
mer and beginning of autumn are the most sickly
seasons, in latitudes subject to great alternations
of temperature. Where frost never exists, as
within the tropics, no season is exempt from every
form of malarious disease, indeed, occasionally,


in particular districts, they prevail throughout
the whole year. All' the testimony on the sub-
ject, which has been so assiduously collected by
physicians, during the last century, shews that
high atmospheric heatais an indispensable coope-
rating cause of nalarial fevers, and that its ab-
sence is sufficient to prevent, or put an end to
thp production of the other causes, whatever
they may be, and, it follows of course, the disease
itself also.
This correspondence between atmospheric tem-
perature, and the various forms of endemic and
epidemic malarial fevers, is so striking, that,
though the abundance or paucity of the other
causes must modify the result, the general char-
acter of the prevailing disease can ordinarily be
determined by the thermometer. A ,meAan tem-
perature of.60 0 F., continued fot a month, seems,
from a fair view of all the phenomena, necessary
in the most marshy situations, for the production
of the milder form of intermittent fever; a tem-
perature of from 65 o to 75 o F., during the same
period, for remittent; and in no year, or part of
the northern hemisphere, where the medium
temperature for the months of June, July, Au-
gust or September has -been below 77 0 F., has
yellow fever ever been found to exist. With the
assigned continuance of these temperatures, in
places where moisture is abundant, and the putre-
factive process has been suffered to go on, spo-
radic cases of the respective maladies may fre-
quently occur. If the temperature of a country
during summer continue to rise, and the concur-
ring causes of disease are suffered to exist, it will
excite miasmata from every source capable of
producing it, and disease will become general.
Understandingithen,. the cause of m malaria, and
the manner in which itoperates to induce disease,

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE,
PORT OF APALACHICOLA.....May 11.


COMMERCE AL.


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NOTICE--JOHN JONES, is my duly au-
thorised agent during my absence from the City.
WM. H. JONES.
Apalachicola, May 1st, 1844, my4 3t*
O(t NOTICE.--CORNELIUS GRADY., is my
duly authorized agent during my absence from
the Territory. SAM'L. SMITH.
Apalachicolas May 1st,, 1844. my4 3t


myll 46 Wat -r astrept
FOR NEW YORK-T-ie a rig
MAGNOLIA. West, master. will ail ,for
- the above port on the--15ithinMfant, .
passage only, having a fine C-ibin on d"e Ipply
to the master on board, or to 4'
myll J. DAY & CO., 52 V1i t0 F i t,
p FOR NEW YORK--The btig MF.-
LINE, Stark, master, will ni met with
despatch. For freight or paFss. .eih,vitn
a commodious cabin on deck, apply to :he nastcr
or to NOURSE & STONE.
myll 46 Wa. -r :ti t.
FOR NEW YORK.-Stairicne :The ,
rine fast sailing Packet shio MA RTHA -
WASHINGTON, T'yler, w-ill have des- "* .
patch for the above port. For freight or passage .1 .
having superior accommodations, apply to 4
McKAY & HARTSHORINt'., "
ap27 40 Wat-- street. '
FOR NEW YORK.-The. fin, new i
brig MAGNOLIA, West, mt s-r, is now
Loading for as above, and, wilk r i t' witii:
despatch. Fior freight of from 100 to bale s n"
cotton or passage, she having a very Ia i.us airv'y^b h
cabin on deck, apply to the master 'n ..ard at
the wharf, or to J DAY t C,;.,
ap 27 52"Watet st.
m FOR RENT-The dwelling iiodse for.
merly occupied by N. Baker, situated on
Live Oak street, near the Florida. Pro-
nienade, a most desirable location and in perfect-
order with all the necessary out-housep, a:idagc "1
garden attached thereto. For furtheriparticularsa.
inquire at the premises, or to
ap21)3t ROBERT Ai.1 Y.
Drillgs and Medieiuesi .
T HE subscriber has taken the Store hn Baltz. -
ell's Budldings, formerly occupied. by lr:-'. .*i
T. Caro, and as early as 15th of May wi!l open a,..
stock of ID'uirs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &q., &c.', i .
summer use, and in the fall will have a iarge adia
complete assortment for country merchants, plan-
ters and physicians. H
ap,:,0 O B. S. HAWiL NV' .
-INSPECTOR OF LUMBER.-Having
I the appointment of Inspector of LufB r- "^
will attend at any time to the aufftib- ie ao' a
pointnment.
0,8 Office 4-2 Water street-up stairs .
feb-26 PETER HO-;ERT
N OTICE-JOHN LUCAS,Inspector jnd mea: -
surer of Lumber for Franklin county---topes
to merit and receive a share of patronae. .
.ACON & LARD.-5 casks new siahs; ,r
1.- 2 casks new Hams; -31-kegs Lard.
Juqst received per schr Boston, f.or sale byhv
DODGE &.-RDNE, "
feb'23 40 st e(-eb .. ,
ACKING BOXES-20 large Dry Gc,- oxes '"
P For i;ale by :
mv4 J. STEVENSON & CO.
PAINTS, OILS, &c.-75 kegs White L -
I 10 kegs Black Paint ; 10 do Qreen. '
1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl L ieeO~-il; .:.
2 do Spirits Turpentine, -.- -.
250 galls Sperm Oil;
200 Paint Brushes, assorted, for sale b
DODGE & GARDi. '"
apI1 40 Water st. a
-- UNDRIES.--10 bbis Cider Vinegar
is *2 bbls Copperas; S mats Cassia; .-
6 chests Teas, green, black, &c.
10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs a
10 bhxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spice
5 baskets Salad Oil; 5 kegs Bar Led; "
30 ba-s Slhot, assorted; 1 caseSardine; .
5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves;
5 do Tomato Catsup, tor sale By, ..
PODGE & G JRDNi;', -"..
apl6 4 -4a it,
NHAPIRS CHAIRS!! -R.ceiv&r _..,,


N OTICE.--The undersigned have this day
formed a partnership under the name and
style of "GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the transac-
tion of a general Wholesale Grocery and Com-
mission Business. D. GOLDSTEIN,
JOHN R. BEERS.
Columbus, April 1, 1844. apl3 2m


M ACKEREL.-15 bbis and 15 half do No. 1
Mackerel; just received and for sale byv
my4 T. L. MITCHEL.

O AKU-M, PITCH & TAR.-Just received
30 bales Oakum;
10 bbls Pitch;
6 6do Tar, for sale by .
apl6 4t ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO,


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.pies a corner of the; parlor, and the prattling
'children are permitted to. swing upon it, and call
it"', old master's fancy." When I look upon his
:staff, his sideboard and his chair, I immediately
fall into the reflection of how soon the smiles of
merry life are changed into the seriousness of
,,death,'and how soon health, activity and beauty
,are changed into the corruption of decay.
Yours, &c. LA BRESA.

( The U. S. ship Constitution has been con-
demned at New York as being unseaworthy.

{(g3 The Hon. Dixon H. Lewis has been ap-
pointed by the Governor of Alabama to fill the
vacancy in the Senate 'occasioned by the resigna-
tion of Mr. King.
EXEMPLARY DAMAGES.,-At the Circuit Court
in Onondaga county, New York, J. S. Gardiner
recovered of 0. S. Bassey $1500 damages for the
seduction and abandonment of his daughter, un-
der pretext 'of marriage. Both parties were-
wealthy farmers.
(JO A spinnfiiig and weaving establishment is
about being erected at the Tallapoosa falls near
Tallassee, Ala. The two counties of Montgomery
and Tallapoosa have now a capital invested in
manufactures, reaching nearly $300,000.
DRuTNKEicr ss.-The New York Aurora says:
'i-tt' has been;- dcided by the authorities of this
State, that a drunkard can be divorced, if his wife
chooses, and that his property can be placed un-
'der the control-of trustees, and managed for the
,exclusive benefit of his family? We imagine this
decision will add to the list of total abstinents
-considerably, and perform more towards decreas-
ing habitual intoxication, than all the harangues
'the community 'of reformed drunkards ever de-
livered."
SPURIOUs BILLs.-We learn there are in cir-
culation some spurious bills of the denominations I
of Five, Ten and Twenty Dollars, on the Bank of
Milledgeville, payable to Wilkins Hunt,, at Ma-'
con. The plates are genuine, but the signatures
"of T. H. Hall, Cashier, and Seaton Grantland,
President, are forged in a bungling hand. The
-sheets, we understand, have been surrepitiofusly:
obtained from the Bank, while they were in pro-
cess of filling up, and after the name of Hunt had ?
been inserted. We also learn, that the Bank had
Sbhe'reT issued any bills payable at nMacon, which
Fact will aid in detecting these fraudulent issues.
[Columbus Enquirer.
TiE BANK OF FLORIDA.-The Grand Jury of
!this County, which has just adjourned, it will be
seen, has taken the failure of this institution into
'consideration, and, have found bills of indictment,
against Messrs. David S. Kennedy, J. G. Graham
;,and E. G. Booth. The two latter, it will be re-'
"membered, had the sole control of the Bank since '
'its resuscitation, and Mr. Kennedy was its agent
in New York, and on whose credit and reputation .
1the institution -was founded. The Grand Jury'
'have requested the Governor to demand these in-
-dividuals of the Governors of the States in which
they are, and, our citizens may anticipate the
pleasure of seeing these gentlemen, we presume,
in a short time. Some doubt may exist as to the
right of the Governor to demand Kennedy, as he
is a non-resident and concocted his acting and
doings in New York, though the deed was done
_iaLrida O thj. we give no opinion, but sin-
*cerely hope t hat theg3obvernor, who, we under-
istind, has the matter under advisement, may find
he has such power. The opinion is fast prevail- '
ing that Kennedy is the head and front of this
Sbffending and the tats-paws should not escape
while the contriver of the mischief goesmunpunish-
Ted. If he is demanded by the Governor, sufficient
interest is felt in this matter to bring him here
nolens volens to answer the injury inflicted on a
'suffering and indignant community.
Of his guilt or innocence, we of comse intimate
no opinion, but as the Garnd Juty have thought'
the .evidence sufficient to Warrant 'an inictment,n
;, every legal effort should be made 'to* make him an-,
,iwer in the tribunals ofjustice, the charge eman-
ating from .so respectable a source.
[ T[allahassee Sentinel.
UNION BANK or M'issIssPpr.---Th1e stockholsd-
lers of this institution held a meeting at Jackson
*on the 15th instant, and unanimously resolved to
surrender into the, hands of the Governor all the
States bonds then in possession of the assignees.
They.appointed a committee of eight gentlemen
to wait upon the assignees of the bank, to request
that they would proceed, in company With the
committee to deliver the bonds to the Governor,
and take. his receipt for them. They aeordingly
took the bonds and delivered them to the Gover-
nor, who gave them a receipt. There were twen-
ty-five hundred of these bonds, of $2000 each,
amounting, in the whole, to the sum of five mil-'
lions of dollars.--.sV O. Courier.


MR. BENTON ON TAE TEXAS TR1.ETY.-.The"
Globe contains a letter from Mr. Benton, upon
'theTexas treaty. He is in favor of annexation,
"aid thinks it will be brought about hereafter-
'bit he is opposed to the treaty now before the Se-
nate. He is however for discussing the treaty in
open Senate, and says he shal'fmake a motion to
that effect. He charges those who have origina-
ted that treaty, wanting in "judgement and patri-
otisit' and their conduct inconsistent and dis-
creditable."-Charlestorn Patriot.
,'~ osY Ai TRA CADIE.-We learn from the
.Ulasat iramichi Gleaner, that a Medical Commis-
sion; tetnsisting,of Doctors Key, Skene, Toldervy
and Gordop have been investigating the nature,
origin and ',extent of the frightful and loathsome
,diseass:nQW.existing at Tracadie, Tabisintac and
Naguack. These gentlemen have decided that
$the disease i the Gieek Elephantiasis; not the
*Elephantiasis of the Arabians, but the leprosy of
,the middle ages, of txat description which the
French'designate the Tqbercular, and which rag-
4ed over nearly every part of Europe between the
Stenth 'and sixteenth centuries. The disease is
.contagpius, and no'person in this Province who
has been unfortunatdenough, to contract it, has as
.yet been cuted. The Melical gentlemen say,
that the disease has no affinity to scrofutla, and
that the idea of its having arisen from the poor
*diet of the French settlers, or trom filthy habits,
is not correct, as they found it existing in some of
the clanest dwellings, an, among the most res-
,pectabl families. The disease appears to have
'spread rapidly during the past yeati and the Com-
misioners-have seen upwards of-twenty cases.--
all of which they traced to one source.
S[St. John paper.
l'he vote of the city of New York exceeds
that of the .State of'Conneticut.


ANOTHER PROPHET.--The last prophet which
has risen is one Keyl, a German, said to be from
Pittsburg, who has taken up his residence in Co-
lumbiana county, Ohio, and impiously styles him-
self Christ." He has ,already a number of fol-
lowers, whom he calls his witnesses, that he
sends out to preach. It is stated they have made
great disturbances in Columbiana county; parti-
culiarly in Rev. H. Huet's congregation, (Luther-
an or German Reform.) On one occasion, Keyl
was presented and declared himself to be the
- Christ" that he had come to make preparations
to judge the world, that no one could touch his
person, without his petmmision, uttering denun-
1ciations against all who dared oppose him. On,
another occasion he requested all who believed
him to be ChTist," to rise to their feet. A ma-
jority of those present rose, an old lady among the
rest, who, to give special evidence of her faith,
cried out Thoa art truly the Christ!" What a
lamentable exhibition of human weakness!
.[Boston .Mail.
Some philosopher says--( If rich, it is easy
enough to conceal our wealth; but if poor it is
not quite so easy to conceal our poverty. We
shall find it less difficult to hide one thousand
guineas, than a hole in our coat.
I wish you had been Eve.," said an rachin to
an old maid who was proverbial for meanness.-
" Why so?" Because," said he, "(you would
have eaten all the apple, instead of dividing it
with Adam !"
CULTIVATION OF FLOWERs.---The lovers of
sweet flowers may derive advantage from the"
,knowledge, that gravely or sandy sols, promote
the aroma. .Those flowers of perfume ate natives
of the sand lands, Persia, Arabia, &o.,, and those
in pots should therefore be supplied with sand or
gravel.
HAPPINESs.-Happiness! that'gloridos Crown
which all the jewels Of world cannot enrich;
which studded with the diamonds of the heart,
can receive no additional lustre from such paltiry
things as power, or wealth, or station.
Too FAR OFF.-' Why don't you limit yourself?'
said a physician to an intemperate person, set
dqwn a stake that you will go so far and no far-
ther.' I do,' replied the other;' but I set it so
far off that I always get drunk before I get to it.'


" BLUE STORES"--TRIANGLE BUILDINGS.
Doyle & Buitman,
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS,
Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee,
and at No. Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.

{CE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
ERS in Paints, Oils, -Varnishes, Turpentine and
Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly on-
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows:
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2;
White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red:
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;
Green and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orange do ;
FINE COLORS :--Ultamarine and Cobalt;
Lallow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red ;
Chinese Vermillion; English do; "-
Vandyke Brown;' Turkery Umbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
.Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8; Badger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 1- and It in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
*Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do;
Whitewash and Mop do;
Dusting, Fancy and Shaving brushes;
:Clothes and Hair do; Grate and Horse dol;
Fancy Feater Dusters;
VARNISHES:--Copal, white; Coach do,;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes -of
French, English and American.
W Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats,
Shipping and Plantation use; together with a
variety'of articles in the Painting line, too num-
erous to mention. myll ly


FOR LIVERPOOM".-.The.fat srl-.
ship GLOBE, Lowr has hg mrag
than hall hier cargo eiaged pd giitrg
on board, will have quick desplatth, ft freight
apply to J DAY S CO.,
apl6 ....V: w!.st.
FOR LI VERPOOL-The _ish bii
j^^ ENGLAND, Boothbvy,,mars.terplU meet
with despalch, for freight appi tno
IW A & P C .-AIN,
feb17 4 Coluw, ?, Bl,,rik-.1.
FOR NEW YORK-The ,Ak -COM.
MERCE, Rogers, is up as :,ve. Fcor-
A !balance of freight, having pa.2-,lf her
cargo engaged, apply to the Captain or to' .
may4 KIMBROUGH & RM;ITWAY.
FOR NEW YORK.-The :in, barue
GLOBE, Brazier, master, haipg raost
of hier cargo engaged and g ,iag *" board,
\vill reet with despatch. For balance of freight
or passage, apply to
CHARLES ROGERS, Hor'to
mil KIMBROUGH & RLDGIA:. -
FOR NEW YORK-sails ISth nst--"
The staunch strong Packet bri MAN.
LAT HATTEN, Doane, master, having a aiTge
and airy cabin on deck, will sail as above., fbr
freight orpassage apply to the master, or to
NOURSE & sTONE.


CLEARED.
Ship Eben Preble, Perkins, for New York, by
D B Wood & Co.
Bark Tiberius, Howes, .for New York--Master.
Brig Choctaw, Flitner, for New Orleans.
Schr Cape Cod, Nickerson, for Boston, by S
Dill & Co.
Schr Boston., Bradley, for New Orleans, by J
Day &r Co.
Schr Vandalia, Arvants, for New York.
Schr J B Woolford, Small, for Fall River.
Schr Aligator, Lewis, for New York.
Schr Seminole, Taylor for New Orleans.
Schr Home, Hammond, for New Orleans.
Sloop J D Fish, Forsyth, for New York.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, for N Ofleans.
'SteamefOiacinnati, -- for Charleston.
ARRIVED.
Ship Marianna, Crocker,, from New York., 'to
McKay & Hartshorne.
Brig Emeline, -Stark, fm New York, to Nourse
& Stone.
Brig Timoleon, Bliven, fm New York, to D B
Wood & Co.
Brig Choctaw, Flitner, fm New York, to Master.
Sehr Massasoit, Draper, from Havana, to B Elli-
son & Co.
Schr Seminole, Taylor, from New Orleans.
Schr Boston, Bradley, from New Orleans, to J'
Da% & Co.
Steamer Cincinnati, from New Orleans.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columljus.
Steamer Florence, Stapler. fin Columbus.
Steamer Siren-, Van Veghten, fin Bain-bridge.
Barge Flat Shoals, from Maria-nna.
PASSENGERS.
Per steamed Florence -Messrs Dammerell, Ar-
nold, Alloy, Woolten.
. Per. steamer Siren-Capt J R. Lloyd and lady,
Mr Tompkins and lady, iMrs Gammons, Mrs Gates,
Miss Powell, Miss Tatom, Capt A TBennett,
Caipt J Y Smith, Capt Satton, Judge Brocken-
brough, Col H M Farribr, Messrs Foster, Abel, F
R Ely, Scarborough, Betner, Thos Baltzell, Sker-
lock, J Gibson, W S Beal, Roberts, Hagner, Sin-
gletary, Long.
Per steamer ;Chainpion-Rev Mr Cames and
family, Mrs N Chipley and family, Mrs McQuaid
and family, Mrs Keenan, Mrs Walker, Messrs
Wade, Adams, Yarleton, Coffin, Hill, McBride,
Kain, McLean, Hutchins, Moore, Wells, Phillips,
Garrison.
Per steamer Siren-Maj Bryan, Messrs Spratt,
Livingston, Singletary, Branch, Bowden, Jones.
Per schr Seminole, sailed for New Orleans--W
G Porter and lady.
Per ship Tarolihnta, sailed for New York-Capt
Stockton, lady, child and serv't, H Hurd and lady,
Miss Stockton, Miss Sarah Hurd, Miss Lovisa
Hurd, Mr N Miller, Mr B Ellison, Messrs Cum-
mings.
Per ship Eben Preble, sailed for New York--D
B Wood, lady,, child and serv't, Mrs A Wylie,
Mrs H W Van Veghten.
Per sloop J D Fish, sailed for New York-Geo
Wolf, H B Cheeseborough, T A Terry.

VESSELS IN PORT.
May 11.-Sloops and lighters not included.
SHIPS.
Marianna, Crocker, 379 tons, discharging-McKay
& Hartshorne,
Rothschild (Br) Fell, 647 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-W A & P C Kain..
Globe, Lowry, 479 tons, for Liverpool, loading--
J Day & Co. "
England, (Br) Boothby, for Liverpool,, loading--
W A & P C Kain.
Martha Washington, Tyler, 472 tons, for N York,
loading--McKay & Hartshorne.
BARQUES.
Commenece, Rogers, 289 tons, 'for N riok;, load-
ing-Kimbrough & Ridgway.
Cuniberland, (Br.) Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool
loading--J Day &f .o.
Utloe 1qbnrazier, e i lons,-watting-lMaster..
Alabama, Merritt, 348 tons, waiting--Master.
BRIGS.
Tinmoleon, 13iven, 202 tons, discharging -D B
. Wood & Co.
Eveline, Stark, 197, discharging-Nourse & Stone
Manhattan, Doane, 246 tons, for N York, load-
ing-Nourse & Stone.
Magnolia, West, 135 tons, for N York loading--
J Day & Co.
Paragon, Brayton, 240 tons, waiting-T L Mitchel.
-SCHOONERS. .
Textor, Smith, 80 tons, for 'New York-Chas S
Russell.
Thames, Sawyer, 106 tons, waiting-Master.


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S FASHIONABLE SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING.-Just received per ship Mari-
anna and brig Timoleon, a fashionable assortment
of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting of:-
Drap d'ete Frock and Dress coats;
Black and blue Orleans Cloth do.
"' Thibet Cloth dop.
Gambroon Sack Coats;
Summer Tweed, Frock & Dress Coats
Do do Sacks,;
Kentucky Jean do. do.
Drap d'ete Pants; Fancy Cassimere do.
Plain and figured gambroon Pants;
Summer Tweed do; Stackapus do.
Crape and twilled Cottonade do.
Granduville Pants;
Plain and fig'd satin Vests; Fig'd Silk do.
Plain and fig'd Marsailles do.
Also, a general assortment of Handkerchiefs,
Suspenders, Hosery, &c., &c..
For sale by S B. HAMILTON-,
myll 47' Water street.


MAIL ARRANGEMENT.
Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M.
Closes Tuesdays and Saturdays4t 10, P. M.
LATTIEST ATES.
Liverpool-........April 4. NeWv York.....May
Havre,.......... 2. New Orleans,... "
Havana,......... 20. Charleston, .... ".


2.
4.
4.


EXCHANGE.
Checks at sight Sn nN York......3-4 pr. ct. disc't
at sight on Charleston,.par.
C c Augusta,.... par.
C" Savannah,.. .par.
c < N Orleans,...none.
Bills on New York ....30 days.... 1 a 14 per c dis't.
....60 days...1 a 1a "
On all other Northern cities, the same rates.
COTTON MARKET.
There has been but a small business in the cot-
ton trade this week; the few sales which we note
have been generally for foreign account. We
quote: Ordinary 5j a 5|; Middling 6 a 61; Mid-
dling Fair 6Q a 7; Fair 74 a -.
The sales of the week amount to 386 bales, as
follows:-22 bales at 5; 10 at 5j; 31 at 6; 53 at 6j;
16 at 64; 62 at 6j; 79 at 6 11-16; 84 at 6j; 28 at 7;
1 at 71.


N OTICE.-Six weeks after date; I will apply
, to the Honorable Richard H. Long, Judge of
the County Court of Jackson County, for letters
of administration on the estate of James W. Exum,
late of said county, deceased. C: C. CqBB.
Marianna, May 4th, 1844. mll 6w
PT)EASEWYOTET -,,The following is- a list
J_ of articles, either taken by mistake or stolen
on the night of the late fire, from the store of
S. Dill & Co., 29 Water street:-
One fine Alpine black Dress Coat;
Fiv6 black and blue black Pilot Over Coats;
One second hand Drab Frock Coat;
One fine fig'd silk vest pattern;
4 thin otter fig'd vests; 10 blk Silk Hats;
13W doz Palm leaf Summer Hats;
2 do Ladies Kid and Morocco Slippers;
1j do Men's Shoes and Brogans;
3 patterns of fine linen, for pants;
10 white Cotton Shirts with linen bosoms ;
2 boxes Soap 3 do Segars;
Also, a number of small articles of value too
numerous to mention. Whoever will return, or
give information of any of the above, shall be
suitably rewarded. S,. DILL & CO.
my4 1t Water street,


COTTON STATEMENT.. '
Stock on hand 1st Oct.,......... 211
Received since our last,....... 1,163
CC previously ..... .... 115,425
116,829 bales.
Exported since our last,.......2,419
previously, ........ 104,873
---107,285 "
Stock on hand not cleared,........9,544 "
FREIGHTS.
To Liverpool,..... .............1-2d pr Ib.
New York, .................$1 50 pr bale.
Half-penny has been paid to Liverpool, and
$1 50 per bale coastwise.
EXPORTS.
NEW YORK-Per ship Eben Preble-1,248
bales cotton.
Per bark Tiberius-939 bales cotton.
Per schr Vandalia--18 cords wood, 10 sticks
cypress.
Per sloop J D Fish-269 sticks cedar.
Per schr Aligator-2 bales cotton.
FALL RIVER-Per schr J B Woolford-72
bales cotton.
NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Boston-238 sacks
coffee.
BOSTON-Per schr Oape Cod-50 balescotton.
:RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per sieamer Florence--552 bales cotton to I0im-
brough & Ridgway; 35 E P Butts; 16 Moore &
MIKenzie': 26 Preston & Maclay 40 order.
Per steamner Champion-101 bales cotton, Hill,
Dawson & Co; 88 W A & P C Kain'; 35 Lockhart
& Young; 10 Perry & Dickinson'; 6 McKay &
Hartshorne; 4 Kimbrough & Ridgway,.
Per steamer Siren-36 bales cotton to B S Haw-
ley; 53 Lockhart & Young; 16 Perry & Dickinson.
Per steamer Siren-7 bales cotton to B S Haw-
leyPer barge-100 bales cotton to W G Porter &
Co; 2 Avery & Jones.
IMPORTS.
HAVANA-Per schr Massasqit--43 hhd.s su-
gar, 2 tcs, 146 bbis molasses, 29,000 segars and
fruit to B Ellison & Co.
NEW ORLEANS--Per schr Bost6n-24 sacks
toffee; 40 pes 'bagging to Kimbrough & Ridgway;
644 pkgs mdze to J & J Brooks.
Per schr Seminole-12 csks bacon, 50 bbls whis-
key, 40 pcs bagging, to Kimbrough & Ridgway;. 8
bbls molasses, 10 do flour, 5 do sugar, 8 do whis-
key, 2 casks bacon, W G Porter & Co; 50 bbls
flour, 80 sacks corn, T L Mitchel; 100 bbls pota-
toes, McKay & Hartshorne; 32 pkgs mdze Moore
& McKenzie; 9 do H R Taylor; 233 Preaston &
Maclay, 11 Capt Sharpless.
NEW YORK-Pep ship Marianna-1260 pkgs
mdze to Green & Connery: 70 Nourse & Stone;
13 P Hobart; 5 W G Porter Co; 317 McKay. &
Hartshorne; 102 Moore & McKenzie; 126 E]P
Butts; 56 H R Taylor; 246 B Ellison & CO; 3
Preston & Maclay; 220 Kimbrough & Ridgway;
2 J B Hall;,75 Lockhart & Young; 1 Harper &
Holmes; 11 A Vylie; 3 Hez Smith; 5 F Kopman;
9 J Ress.
Per brig Eveline-55 pkgs mdze W A & P C
Kain; 109 Farror & Co; 1241 H R. Tavlor; 109
Harper & Holmes; 271 Green & Connery; 11 T
L Mitchel; 5 W,G Porter & Co; 1 C Rogers; 103
Moore & McKenzie; 22 Ress & Butt; 35 Kim-
brough & Ridgway; 6 Lockhart & Young; 1 Pres.
ton & Maclay; 10 W SDemarel; 10 S Schiff r; 1
F Kopman; 3 B Ellison & Co; 4 Perry & Diclkin-
son; 3 W A Sehraidict.
Per brig Timoleon--6 pkgs mdze O D Hifflon;
691. N6utse 6; Stone; 1 Lockhart & Young; 4 W
:G Pirter Porter & Co; 3 T L Mitchel; 8,Moo're
& M'cIenzie; 37 MCKay & HartShorneS 38 D G "
Raney; 970 order.


t0 NOTICE-We have appointed JOSEPH
W. HAMMOND, our lawful agent to transact
business for us during otr absence from the Ter-
ritory. S. DILL & CO.
Apalachicola May 8th, 1844. myll 3t


Qr* NOTICE.-CORNELIUS GRADY, is my
duly authorized agent during my absence ftom
the Territory. JOHN KERNS.
Apalachicola, April 27, 1844. 3t


ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The co-partnership heretofore existing be-
tween the subscribers is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The outstanding business of
the concern Car, be settled by either of the part-
nets, and Wm. C. Lawrence will Iemain until all
the affairs of the co-partnership are closed, and in
the meantime, will attend to the cutting business.
r- All persons indebted Will remind them-
selves (if they have any intention of paying their
dues), to come forward and settle as promptly as
we have done their work.
WM. C. LAWRENCE-,
JOHN CAIGH.
Apalachicola0, April 15, 1844. ap20 2m


Marianna- '
10 ddzen Cane Seat Maple Chai '
3 curled .
B oston Rocking Chairs,
1 Mahogany !
Also--Sofas, Sideboards, Beaureaus, ble
Bedsteads, Washstinds, Curled Hair
'Feathers, &c., all of which will so bes
Cash, by PETER HOI A .-
march4 ,
L IQUORS AND WINES.-Brandy i
Dipuy & Co's; A Seignette's.
Gin-Holland, anchor brand. ,
Whiskev-Old Scotch; Mlonongahel ,<
Wine-Old Madeira; Sicily; old pue'Pi
Champaign, for sale by ,I
DODGE & GARDNS,.0


(H- REMOVAL,---Messrs WHITMARSH &
RICHARDSON, in consequence of the late fire
have removed to No. 32 Water street, where they
offer for sale a general assortment of groceries,
'confectionary, fruit, &c. ap27 St


OTICE --The partnership heretofore existing
L in this place between the subscribers under
the firm of PRESTON & MACLAY,". is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
THOMAS PRESTON,
J. C. MACLAY.
Apalachicola, May 8th, 1844. mll Im


C O-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-The under-
u signed have this day entered into business,
under the firm of "( RAIMOND & SCOTT," apr
may be found at their place of business, No/31
Water street-the WVaverly House."
R. E. RAIMOND,
M. N. SCOTT.-
Apalachicola, April 23, 1844. my4 2m
Commission BRudness*
rpHE undersigned would infrm the citizens of
.L Apalachicola, who may e disposed to leave
for sale during the SUMMylR AND FALL, any
articles of merchandize. /That he has large and
convenient Stores for thy reception and safe keep-
ing of the same. Hisywhole time will be devoted
to his business, andr'hen sales to the amount of
$50 or .$100 is effected, the same will be, in all
cases, promptly remitted or deposited, as advised.
The greater th'variety the better for the sale of
all. Shall fee thankful for any and all favors.
E. J. HARDIN.
Columbu/April 13, 1844. my4 3t
tIME- 100 bbls Thomaston Lime.
_L r sale by
my4/ KIMBROUGH & RIDGW, AY,.
TRANSPARENT WINDOW BLINDS.-
-\ beautiful article-assorted dpatterns-
For sale by B. ELLISON 4, CO.,
,ap20 33 Water street.


ITY HOTEL.-J. W. HAMMOND, thank-
ful for the .liberal patronage during the
winter, gives notice that the CITY HOTEL will
be kept open during the summer, and every pains
taken to accommodate boarders, that the con-
veniences of the City afford. my4 2t
Rockland Lake Ice !
HE undersigned, Agent for the ROCKLAND
LAKE ICE COMPANY, has just received
per late arrivals, a full supply of ICE which he
is prepared to retail at the reduced price of five
cents per pound. The Ice House will be open-
ed every day from 7 to 8, A. M from 12 to 1,
and from 5 to 6, o'clock, P. M, Persons desiring
to purchase will please notice this regulation.
0(i- Steamboats and the Shipping, supplied at
any hour of the day. J. MOUNT, Agent.
Apalachicola, May 5, 1844. myll tf


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INDOW SHADES-A fresh ass(
S tte latest patterns, just receive


sale by B. ELLISON &-`Co. I
apl2-; 33 wa.tegr 4t'
M BATTING FOR SUMMER-C RPETSJ.-A'
prime assortment just receiNed. ;,'
For sale by B ELLISON & CGt.,
ap27 33 Water meet.
FOR SALE.-On board Schr. Home:.
.. 100 casks Lime;
100 bbls Potatoes, in good.order;..
0 casks Rice, &c.


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-ON OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.- LEGAL NOTICES. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES, INSURANCE AGENCIES.
P artrkership heretofore existing be-
Oubscribers is this day dissolved by Apalachcola Distjrttof Floridar TOTICE--Six weeks after date I shall apply THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIP
onst.'- The outstanding business of cIn Surior Court-Fanklin County. to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
aernc au be settled by either of the part- hose LoubatL County Court for the County of Franklin, for Office, JVo. 57 Wall Street, JV. Y.
Wm. C. Lawrence will remain until all Alp h IN CHANCERY. Letters of Administration on the estate of Amory Insure Dwelling-houses, Warehouses and Build-
thOf the co-partnership are closed, and in David D. Chumchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage. Rogers, deceased, late of Franklin County, Fla. wings in general, Merchandise, Household
e, will attend to the cutting business. the B. T. CARO. Furniture, Ships building, Ships in Port
persons indebted will remind them- said Dvid D Churchill, the above defendant, Apalachola, Mach 231844. and their Cargoes, and evary de-
S(if they have any intention of paying their, L said David, D. Churchill, the abuve defendant,. scription of personal Propertyj
S(if they have an it t of resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and "TOTICE.-Four weeks after date, I shall apply cpIn of er Pe
Scome forward and settle as promptly as out of 'the T'erritory of Florida, but within the h M to the Hon. R. H. Long, Judge of the Coun AGA J. S YTH ROERS, President*
done their work. C. LAWRENCE, United SOttea: .It is ordered, that publication be ty Court of Jackson County, for an allotment of W. MARTIN, Secretary.resdent
;i 1.J OHN CAIGMH. made in some newspaper published in the city of my dower in the real and personal; estate of ,
chiola, April 1 I844, ap20 2m Apalachicola, once a week for four months, re- Frederick L. Ming, deceased.. SMYTH ROGES OB'T McCOSKRVY
April 15, 1844 quiring him to appear and answer the said bill of SUSAN A, MING. JAMES BRYAR, HENRY PARISH
SOUTION' OF CO.PAiRTNERSHIP.-- complaint on or before the expiration of that Marianna, April 25,1844. my4 4w JAMES McBRID&E REUBEN WITHERS,
he co-artnership heretofore existing under time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed OTIC For week after datehallappl ON AAM'WILLAM SCOTT,
|ue andrstyle of" SHERMAN & FORD; against him, and such further order given in th the OTIC Hou JOHN RTY,fter dateshallF. SUYDAM
is day dissolved by mutual consent. premises as to the Court may seem justice. tothe RG. G. VERPLANC1k PETER 1. NEVIUS,,
SL. SHERMAN, (Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZEjL, ty Court of Jackson County,, for an allotment Of JOi JOHNSTON, RICHARD IRVIN,'
S. R. FORD, J. & L. BRANCH, Clerk. my dower -mn the real estate of Laekland M JOS: KERNOCHAN, .C. V. S. ROOSEVELT,
chola, Feb. 24, 1844. Solicitors for Compl'tab Stone, deceased: HANNAH D. STONE. JOHN I. PALMER, E. D. HURLBUT;
S --- A alach ,Feb. 28 1844 mll--4m Marian, April 25, 1844. my4 4W P. LORILLARD, GEO. P. POLLEN,,
A h- p icola, e., JAMES MCAL4 WM. COLGATE,
E iidersigaed makes known to- his friends Flin S ior ourtOTICE Six after dte I will apply LWELLHOLBROOK.
the public that he has purchased the entire S rin Term S44 to the Hon. Judge of the County Couft for The unaergned have been appointed agents
t of his late partner, and will continue the Semme Franklin County, for letters- of dismissibon on the of the above Companyiand are empowered to is-
Sunder his own name at the old stands. Damages 500 -Attatchmen. estate of John Norton,. late of said Couhty,. de, sue policies of insurance against lbssr or damage
S. Elias Simpson, Damagcease JA ES GREEN Adm'r. by fire, on as- favoraWbleterms as other `a6d offices.,
fAS-IONABLE SPRING AND SUMMER nrHE defendant and all persons interested are ApElachicola, April ,, 1844. a2 6m NOURSE & STONE,
CLOTH[NG.-Just received per brigs Caro- notified of the institution of the above suit, tOTICE.-Six monthsaffevdaee;I shatapply Apalachicola, March 23,1844. 46 Walter st.
A peE. Platt and Wm. L. Jones, a fashionable as- .nd are required to appear and, plead as required IN to the Honorable' Jfdge of the Courity Court PHE JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY of
ien of Spring and Summer Goods, consist- by law. A. G. SEMMES. of Jackson cotihty, for letters of dissmission from L Htford,-Conn.-=The undefsigned agent for
:-Drap d'ete Frock, and Dress coats; Apalachicola, Jan. 18, 1844. apl20 3m the administration of the estate of John S. Ran- Jhe said Company, is prepared! tissue policies'of
and blue Orleans Cloth do. Fran ltlin Superior Court. dolph, late of said cothty, deceased. Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on
Thibet Cloth do". in Tuperm, 1 o84 FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor.. rivers, on favorable terms The capital of the
mroon rSack Coats; DHyllyer Bush &pCo. Marianna, Feb. 1st,i 1844. feb6 6m aboveecompany is large and invested in the safest
Su .er Tweedo Sack & Dress cotsvs. Foreclosure of Mortgage, "TOTICE-Six months after date 1 shall apply possible manner, and, its settlement of losses eaO-
I Ketucky Jean do d s o. Wm. H. Shepherd. to the Judge of the County Court for Frank, always been prompt and liberal
:i.tac kPante ; Fancy Cassimere do. rFTHE, defendant and all persons interested are lin county, for letters of dismission from the ad- ,DN'L J. DAY, Agent.
Pl figured gamboon Pants; I hereby notified of the institution of the above ministration of the estate of Martin Snyder, late Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.
Summer .weed do; Stackapus do. suit, and; that I will apply to the Judge of the of said county deceased& HE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
Crape a twilled& Cottonade do. Superior Court of Frankin County, at theSpring ,Dee 5, 1843. B. F.- NOURSE, Exr. 1 INSURANCE OMPANY, of Hartford,
Grandurille Pants term of said Court, 184, for a foreclosure of sait TOTIG-CE.--Si months after date, I shallap- Conn., with full power to receive proposals and
lan and fig'd sailles g'd Slkdo. Apalachicola, Nov. 24EM844.MES, Plf 3m ply the honorable theJudgeof the rt to issue policies on as favorable ms as other
for the eounh of Franklin, for letter of 3ismis- good, offices,- is prepared to insuA`-against loss or
>;. Also, a general assortment of Handkerchief.,, Franklin Superior Cowrt. sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late, of damagd risks. The reputation of his company for
'. Suspenders, Hosery, &c., c. Henry D. Darden, Attachment for $12,000. said county, .deceased. lt
r For sale by S. B. HAMILTONt. e vs. Damages $25,000. S. H.- HARTSMORNE, settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
' a P8 47Water street.. ;Daniel McDougald, Nov. 30, 1843. 45' Adininistrator. ell known. .
i, '1 Cabitet Furr~ture" THE defendant and all others interested are Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.
S.DETER HOBERt, No. 42iWater street, have hereby notified of theinstitution of the above "TOTICE.--Six., months, after date I shallapply ,11 -- dia
S. ETEReeived pe r late arri s from the North uit, and are required to plead according to law. L to the Judge of the County Court for Frank- teatIy Made Clothing !
just received per late arrivals from te ort BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS, lin county,, for letters of Dismission from the "T MILLER & GO., 45 Wa-
the following articles. of CABINET FURNI-ce Atty's for Pl'ff. administration of the estate of Robert RobinhSn, IN o- ter street, have just receiv-
URE, which he offers ant reduced prices. Apalachicola, Nov. 22d 1843. febl9 3m late of said county,deceased, ed per late arrivals, general as-
dfas, Sideboards and Secretary's. H. B. STON ,Ad'm'r. s.' sortment of NEW and FASH-
/ Dressing Beaureaus and Bookcases, Franlin Superior C'oult, Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 184-3. 6m OINABLE READY MAIE
Mahogany Rocking Chairs;, to Spring Term, 1844. ILOTHING, consistthg of Over
S Gilt do Cane Back and Seat; Raphael J. Moses, ATTACHOTICE- Six months after date I shall apply C oats-Sacks--Surtouti-=-Pants--
| ,fostondoofvarioussites; V. ATTACHMENT $302 20. N to the Honorable Judge of the County court Vets, &c., &c., as follows
| f : Mahogany and Curl?d Maple Chairs,; William Tilley. Damages $500. of Franklin county, for letters of Dismissiolrfrom i Cloth, Beaver, Flashing and
Fancy.& Windsor do of various patterns; ;T HE defendant and' alt others interested, will' the estate of Willis Yon,ideceased. Satinet Over Coats;
LadieWork Tables; Looking Glasses; A please take notice of the institution of this A. G. SmITH, Administrafo. lain black, blue, brown and invisible green
.4 Looking. Glass Plates,; suit by attachment, and: appear and plead to the Apalachicola, Nov 11, 1843. nll 6m 'Frick and Dress Coats;
B Willow Travelling. Baskets, all sizes; same according. to lawv R. J. MOSES, 'TOTICE.-All persons indebted to the estate i Cloth,-cassimere arind flushing Sack Coats';
,. Willow Cradles and Waggons. jan29 Apalachicola, Jan. 30th, 1844. feb5 3m IN of HENRY BEADLE, deceased, are re- I'loth, cassimere anhdsattinet Pants of different
W M. G. PORTER & C )., offer for sale a large lin J-aCkson Superior Court) quested to make immediate payment to the sub- eblbrs and patterns-
W and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, To the Serm, 1844 scriber; and all persons having demand against Plain and figured silkesatinrvalbncia andicassi-
W consisting of:-- James Boon, t said estate will present them duly authenticated Tmere vests;f
r' Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys; vs. LIBEL FOR DIVORCE, within tieratime prescribed by law, or this notice White msdlin antilinen Shirts ,
::i Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets; Piety Boon. )W ilt e plead in bar of their recovery. Colored db db do
Foreign and Domestic Prints; E defendant in said case will take notice JAMES GIBSON, Administrator. Red and White flannel Shirts and DraWsqr
.[ io egadDoeti rit; AE defendant in said case, will take notice
Brown- Drillings and Irish Linens; that we shall proceed to take the testimony Apalachicola, April 17., 844. ap20 2m Strippd shirts; Negro Pahts;'
wSocks and Mittens; Boots and Shoes-;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings-; of Dr. Nathan J..Pittman, William Gay, Wiiiam "OTICE.-All: persons having claims' against cats Capsdt ns; ots an&c. jin29
Shirtings; Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Mondby the I the estate of Mrs. MARY A. SCO&, de-&c. j.
Cotton Osnaburgs; sixth day of May next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at ceased, will please present them within the time' homas E. iOryr,
And every otherhrticle in their line adapted the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount, prescribed by law,- or this notice will bep plead HAVING opened a Tailoring
to the country trade. dec4 y North Carolina, by interrogatories now filed with in bar of their recovery; and' all those indebted Establishment in the room lately
I lte O 'rs & SHOES.-A prime assortment otf the Clerk of said Court, will please calliand settle the same. occupied by D. H. Pallkis, Esq.
if .U Bbots-and ShoesSuitable ror the Spring trade YO NGE & TAYLOR ^ ^_.al .aaitl Aed Mr..1
E!.'<' i f-oz sile bv" B ELLISON &, CO Sohe-r-i ror a.,,,, .m.- TApalacncoia, April 10, 1844. apT6 zm J P-. A opman-s store, were he-Ti
apl3 33 Water 'st. OMariaIna, April 2d, 1844. ap9 1m OTICE All persons indebted to the estate p pared to eeedtite all'orers in
Territory of"Florida. of GABRIEL, J. FLOYD, deceasedlare re- a workmanlike manner,and trusts
H WM ER HATS-2.3 doz of fine Summer Hat' fu give generally satisfaction tb
UM i E H TS2 do" fn u rHJACKSON COUNTY. iquested to make immediate payment to the un- give general satisfaction tb
i l t, S DIv L r &. alec 29'Water st. In Richard Wilson, Esqr.'s Justices Court. designede, or her agent D. G. Raney, Esq., and h o mr hm wth
I /: i S 1 M. L. Cavert, ) ATTACHMENT for $31 26 -all persons having claims or demands against 3, 84 patronage.
O' < N CONSIGNM-,ENT :-4 hhds CROCKERY, vs. Returnable to March Term,. ;said estate, will present them dbly authenticated -Mrcb '3, 1844' .
.'I Ware, assorted, for country trade; Henry B. Cooper. 1844., within the time prescribed by law or this'notice f, ]fot a"l h '.Pttl in&g
? Cb e *i wing Tobacco,. manufactured by A. Left- "r-HE defendant and all others interested are ;will be plead inbir. THOMAS, CLARK having removed
i, h, Va., some superior cross brand; JL hereby notified: of:the institution of the above" : SARAH M.. FIOYD, Executrix. I to the Stott formerly occupied by Jo-
Dry Goodslrdware and Cuttlery; suit by attachment,, and required to appear andbv Apalachicopa, March 1th,-144. mil 2n A eph Schrodtrespectfully informs the
Hols Tin Ware;1 plead to the same as the law directs. .. citizens of Apalachicola,. and' the up-
ery, Hkts-,.Boots andlShoes, &c,. M. L. CAVERT, Plaintiff. OTICE.-A peron havin claims against country tiat he will attend to the above itisiness
'?: ALSO Marianna, Feb 018W la te of ckson county20, 18 in all its benches. French calf skif'Boots made
S, a;. Ceond T rrritore ofF lorede, na ana at in t, .res ^en ..... to order. He hasalso onhand a.sipplyofFrench
SOld Sherry Wine, in cases; A P w- rGaiter Bbots and Shoes, new and fashionable
Al, of. whchw,, b, o d vewry, low for cash JACKSON COUNTY. ., or this notice will be plead in bar of their r- style,-which will be sold aslow for'cash aritrany
: DAVID G. RANEY In Richard WVilson;,Esqr's JusticeeCourt. cover. All personsindebted to said estate are
-. 2 4 ;4Water.-street. Horace Ely,. ) Attachment for $38 06. requested to make immediate settlement, house inthe'clty. oct.28.
1i.! ^'f 4 wevs. I Returnable to'February term, THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator.( A Let`iiy,,
..i:' i :'P. AINTS, OILS, &c.-75 kegs White Leadi; Henry Cooper i1844.. i Marianna,-Jan. 16th,4844. jan22 6m (AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,)
I 10' kegs Black Paint; 10 do Green; r-HE defendant andl all others interestediare ADDfiY-Received by late arrivals fro cBuN s, GEORGIA.
"-" 1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl Lmseed o, J hereby notified of the institution of the above Ne Y~k, another assortment of Saddler,. TAKES th is method of inform-h h
" 2 do SpiritsTurpentine; suit by attachment, and required. to appear and Insisting o. ing- the public, th.tihe has justh
,; : ', s Sperm Oil; ,plead oto the same as the law directs. ..f Ladies' and Gentlemens' Saddles,, iKiB returned from Newe York, with a
,, 200 amt Brushes, assorted, for sale by HORACE ELY, Plaintiff. Coach Harnesses new and splendid assortment of
l,.';DODGE: & GARDNER, Marianna, January 30th, 1844. feb5 3m -a- J ;W EL R Y,
S' aplr6- 40 Water st ob'raa lin tla w irGbbet Wagon Harnessesa Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Wattrhes, a
i'r.ra li eior Co urt. Gollarsand Hanes new pattern of beautffl Breastpins-aridg them
S'" QUNDRlES.-10- bbls CidBr Vinegar; William Lawrence, Compl't, Bill for Divorce. Bridles and BadeBit t.some DI AMONDS oF the first water-,GDor d and
6 chests Teas, e8n. blac..&c. Elizabeth Lawrence-Def't. D 1843. M 1artingales, Circigles and Girts, Silvers 'Thimbles, GdMl and Silver Pencil, Gold


4ro" 10 kegs Saleratus; di Nuitmegs -andCloves PIAME the complainant by counsel, and it ap- Stirrups and'Stirrup Leathers, ana liver ,pec es, tola truart and lob
A na Sin'er Spectaets, Plad fasvrriou kinds
10 box Ground Pe r 4 do Spices.; pearng to the satisfaction of the Court that the CarpetBags of various kinds. Chai Siver Spoons, Pated Cas ;-Matle
5 baskets ialadOi-l; ^kee-Bar Lead. defendant-resides beyondtthe limits of the Tern- Al.o, a few Calf Skins and whiteatid red Lin- Clocke; fine Knives;&c. &c., which be will sell
30 bags Sht, assorted'; case Sardines tory of Florid Therefore it is considered by the ing Skins, all of which will be soldow for Cash, low for cash.
c' .e g kles. d. Pr ; Crou that the defendant do appear here on or be- y PETEt' HOBART. FULL JEWEIMD GOtD WATCHES As ",CHEAP AS
Vt a cases tkes;, 1f dorrerves; fore the expiration of three calendar month from the u h4 SViENY DOLARS'
i5do T ato Catsup, for salt by date hereof, and answer the complainant's bilbof march4Allkindof Wathes and Clocks retired, and
r DODGE & GiRDNERX complaint or- the same will he taken pro confess. ALM LEAF HATS & SUMMER BONNETS warntedto perfon well
40 Wwatr street. Andit is further ordered that a cpy of this or A fresh supply. just received and for sale by N ]I. -Pe.tns-esiding in Apaladlicola, or
S1 QU RS AND WINES.-Brand)-Otard, three months consecutively. ap3 B. ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st. along the river, wishing their Watche or other
Dilpuy & Co's; A Seignette's. (Copy.-) Teste, GE9. F. BAETZELL, HhTATE AAT A aSotment of Jetelry repaired, having an opporti'hity to send
S Gin-Holland, anchor brand: MOSES, Solicitor. Clerk W DO SHADES-A fresh assortment ofduring the boating
Whiskey-Old Scotch; Monongahela. CHAMERS Ari1th 1844. ale b EL P season, can have them repairedby- Mr. LeGay,
Wine-Old Mad6era; Sicily; old pure Po,; HE Superior Court for the mount o sale B.16 EL SON ter& Co. and returned with nearly the same dispatch as
Champain,.for sale by P S t County ', Cal- apl6 33 Water st..
SChampai or sale by houn. fixed by law o be helon the fourth though hi establishment were iA achicl.
1DODGE & GARDNERD .o.day of this month i- hereby adjourned to the T 'AMAED GOODS.-Goodsllghtly damaged Columbus;,Ga., Ot 15, 1843: 40 tf
. apl6 40 Watert. third Wednesday of May next. by removal on the night of the late fire, for OSHEN CHEE-A fresh lot just received
^"o *BBLS prime Western Flour, just rec'd, SAM'L. W. CARMACK, Jhdge sale by B ELLISON & CO., and forae by ELLISON & Co.
for sale by B. ELLISON & Co. ap2rt6t. of the District: of Apalachicoli. : apl3 33 Water st a l a3 Water st.
Sapl6 33 Watst. T'ISTRV'T' OF APALACHICOEA, Fla.--- 1LACKSMITH'S TOOIJS, SPIKES, &c.:- -"LOCKS.-2000 ft'common, bushed and plank
ELLISON & CO. offer for sale an exten- D Sprihg and,' &l Terswof the Superior' D st received Anvils. Vices and Black- )'assortedsizes, for saleby
S sive assortment of Merchandize,suitalte for but.--By a act of the late Councili the terms smith'sellows utSpikes fb26 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.
F the Spring trade, consisting of of said Court artappointed as follows:- 20 kegsC 4 t a (\ \ LBS Sof wrogsht Spikes, ass6rted;
Groceres; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes; Spring Term.-Washinton County, fourth o assorted Nails. UUU For sale by
; Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods; aFonday in March; Calhoun, fourth in April; a24Ft ROBERT, ALLEN & CO. apl6 4t ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO. .
Orockery and Glassware; Hardware; JFranklin, first in Ma. Jackson, third in May. ap24 KBh, AL & J
S'oodiarekBrushes, &cwe&c. mar30- Fall Term.-Washiigton County, second Mon- WEDES IRON.--Assorted sizes, just received AXES.-A fresh lot of -heavy Kentucky Axes,
"Ww dure,.Brushes, &c., &c. mar30"
day in November; Jacksn, third in November; 0 and for sale by B ELISON & CO.,just received and for sale by
tAl CHAIRS!! -Received per ship' XFranklin, first in DecemLtr; Calhoun, third in ap27 33 Water street. apl3 B ELLISON & CO., 33,Water-st.
X.) Maria "a-- December. ARS.-2000 feet assortedisizes
..10 dozens ane Seat Maple Chairs, ROBERT MYER4, U. S. Marshal. "/r ATTING FOR SUM R CARPETS.-A For saleby A OD,
S3 curled Apalachicola,-April 15, 1844: ap20 Im IVJ prime assortment just received. feb26 2 Water st.
2 Boston Rocking Chairs, For sale by B'iEVlLISON & CO.,
S1 Mahlioany '". QOAP-10 bxs N6o.-1 Boston yelow bar Soap. ap27 33"Water street. rRUNKS.-Ir6n' Bound,- Leather and Hair
\ Alo-So-fas, Sieboards, BHaaureaus, Tables, S 10 boxes NYork OR SALE.-On boardSchr. Home: Tunks, floral lw by
.'steads,. Washstands, Ourld'Hair Mattrasses, 5 Winchester, best family, 0 casks Lime feb12 N MILLER; 45 Water'st.-
a" imtheri &co.,all of which will be sold low for 10 Kimball's superior Sliavig and Toi. 100 bbcasks Lime; good order; ILOT A NAVY BREAD-50 bb Pot
S c'^hl PZTER' HOBART. let"Soap. 20 casks Rice, &C. P 50 d6 Navy, for sale by
W .4 EE. ... 20 bbls Soap, the best and cheapestor washasks ice, CLEMENTS. feb5 Navy, OOD, 23 ars.
V"*'' \- ' .; ing and stowing cotton. a0 L. CLEMENTS. feb5 W A WOOD, 23 W s
: IHEESE SAFES.-Assorted sizes.- Just roeived and for sale low by OPE & BAGGING.-_Northern Bale Rope 30 HHDS New Bacon, just receivbd,- and for
"' For sale b B ELLISON & CO., S. DILL & CO. IV and India Bagging, for:sale by sal by B. ELISON &^Ce-
33 Water rtrat. tnaj, 29 Water ap20 B ELLISON:& CO., ,33 Water st, apl6 e3 ,atr~.t .


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MANSION HOUSE.
TiHIS establishment is still kept up in the best
1: 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 is
spread with the very Vest the market affords, and
the services of the most attentivei.servants are se-
cured. Feelinggrateful for former liberal patron-
age, the subscriber hopes to meritits continuance.
BENJ'N HURD.'
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 tf
APA LACHICOLA EXCHANGE.
T HE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that
the above Estiblishment has been entirely re-
fitted, and is now open for the receptiboi ofper-
manent and tranceint, boaders, and the subscriber
hopes by strict attention to the ,business of h4ie ,
house to be second lo none ih rendbringhis guest
comfortable.' ,
Oysters, Game{ &c. serve up at all hours, and
in the best style. The Bar attached to thehouse_,
as usual, is stocked with the bebt Wines and Li.w,
quors. Gratefld for the liblttl patronage hereto-,
fore received, he1hopes that hid' friends and the
public will continue to sustain hitm.
HEZ SMITH. *1
Apalachieola, Dec. 18th, f843, 'decl8 tf. :
Warehouse Charsget a tee'ted by
the Cotton Pres$ COTTON for storage will be received at the
yard, and if compressed within one month
no charge will be btade 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,
veek thereafter. /Time computed from date of
receipt until delivered to lighter or vessel. Cot- .
Sobn changing hands-will in all cases be liable to
rfew storage from datfeof order inclusive. Turn-,'
ihg out for sampling -r weighing and re-storing'
same, 8 cents per gale., Wantages to be assessed
by the press when the cottri, comes in and the
anbunt assessed endorsed on' the face of the reO-
cei)t-
All c ttons are required t 'ave six good and'
sufficielnt ;ropes. Grass,stow, bark or cotton rop.* '
Willi be cfmsidered unmerchantable and deficient.
Alli defiient ropes will be charged at the rate of,
12}\cehntiper rope, and: all bagging at the rate of'
25 cent per yard:
A. DOWNER,, Agent
fiO M"e S;rew Press.:
C.' WILSOISF, giydaulie Press.:
H. G. GUYON;,
florideaLever Press.
A~iLtchicola, DCe. tist, 143.; d7 tf
Rates of Whlaitage.
HEifoMowing are the Ratet' of Wharfage on
all' Cotton, Merchandise,;&c. landed or ship."
ped& from the Wharf at this Port:
Oh Cottfn, per balblandbd....,...61 cents.
On ," a, shipped,, ....6i "
Oh,'Goodp.er barel,1landed, (esti-
thating five cubic feet or 200 lbs.
nett, equal to a barrel,).......3 "
On Goods, per barrel, shipped,....3
S" Salt, per sack, landed .*,..... .3 ,
a shipped....,*...3 "
"" oodgper cord.'............25 "
Lumber, per M feet.........50 "
Bricks, per M, ............ .50 "
Shingles, per M.........1... 12 '
Sacks' of meal, corn, oats, or
other rfichanditl, containing
not mor than three bushels-...2 :.
All lumber,;salt o4 merchand&e, shipped on"
6oard vessels or steam-toats,! from other vesselswe .
steamboats or rafts, lyiig at thi -wharf, will bef
charged one -Whtarge only.
Whlarfage on citn,,or other merchandise lanmt4
ed.,tn -_ paidbk: Ith'e consignee;-and whnim ships
ped by the party' taking the bill of Lading.
All goods anid thmehandise not' enumerate$
above will be chargedateiortesponding rates. tM
Vessels;'lighters- and stbarhboats, lying at thy
Wharf, and' not receiving or discharging cargi6,
will berequired to pay for the Useofithe berth tlhi0
suth of two dollar adnd! fifty cefits pdr day, and
give waytb Vessels or'boats landifigor discharging
The following Article ol the Regulations of t
Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce, will
strictly adhered to:--
< Consignees of cotton shall be allowed three ."
days for their' cotton to rmrhain on the wharf, anri f:
pthrchasers two days, without incurring oxti
wharlage. Iralter notification by the wharfinge
they allow it'to remain a lbnger-time, they sha..
incur an extra whartage ol 6|. cents per bale, f.
every tw\enty-four hourn that it remains there ;*
ter. "Wood and lurr.ber shall not be alloweddt:fi,
remain more than twenty-four hours without iE' .-
curring an extra wharfage for twenty-four houi|^
thberealter."" :..
All bills will be presented monthly for eolle.^-^
tidn. NOURSEI & STONE. y1 ^;
A'palachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. tf i,.


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AVE on hand and for sale:
Sheet and bar Iron; Blacksmith's Tools
Gerrhan, English Blister and Cast steel;
Cau dron Klel ies from 20 to 120 galls;
'Hollow. Ware, wholesale and retail;
W brought and Cut Spike-; Nails;
Brass Ahditons ; Fire Ins; *
Plutforin Seales, Beams and'Ballances;
Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesale & retail.
Also, a general assortment of Hardware. w
They are also prepared to attend to any orders
for' Iron or Brass Castings, Blacksmithing, Tin
Copper or Sheet lion work, or Tin and Copper
Rooting on reasonable terms. jant ly
Sprifit & Summer Oioods.; .
STEVENSON & CO.,j have just received'
per late arrivals and offer for sale on pleasing"
tbrms;.a' handsome assortment of SPRING and'
SUM&ER'. GOODS, consisting, ifi part of- .
Fine'bl'ack Cashmerett; .
Ribbed, fancy and plain Garibroons; '- :
Super white Drillings and fancy Frendc Cassi-
mers; Brown and grass col'dtLinehns;
Washington and Ripka stripes, for boys cloth'g
Fine and mediuin painted Lawns;
Mexican mixtufrbs and Iowa cloth, a new ar--
ticle; Extra superfine Baliarines; /
Medium do.; Gingharo do., a new'article;
Linen Checks and Saltien, suitable for'Sacks;,
Fancy Prints, ci,rmprisi-vg a grbat variety, pink i;
and purple colors, ? r
ErkstiWGinghams, light colors; '
Fiffethedstitchedlinen caribrick Handkfs;,-
D6. with' co]'d border, for gents,;
Blace and white Silk Hose;
Fine vbhite and cp'd Cotton do.,
Gents fine white Kid Gloves;
| Iadces-do'; Cord;l d ;. .
Fancy gause Handlkfs;" Sattin Ribbons; :
S.-RIisth Diaper and 'Hck'aback; Fans;
tIinen Sheetings; %64 rtusqueto netting; ,
A good 'assortrtent of Swiss, mull, jackonett & *
plaid,'Mislifis, -&c., &c. .. apl3


'CbRDAGE
75 coils
25 blesI
: apit


&- OAKUM.-
of Manilla Cordage, assorted;
Oakum, for sale'byf'I
DODGE &; GARP NER; -
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Title: Commercial advertiser
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General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
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General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ::: to the South bank of the river St. JO ;'a. I 4

I BY Wm. G; Porter & C& N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUMBUS LAWs OF THE TERRITORY OF good And 8 feall for that purpose, keep at all times a. 1-10
&
& an<
DEALERS .c.
IN GOODS .c. sufficient fiat and
R. A. DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN. AND COMMISSION ADVERTISEMENTS.. FLORIDA. be necessary boat or boats as may
MERCHANTS. for public accommodation together

Office third story Baltzell'sJ: Buildings, corner of No. 41 Water Street, mrn &.&W&mWmNo. PASSEDAT THE TWENTY-SECOND SESSION OF'THE boats with ,sufficient and good hands to work the braId
rioV251y LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL 1844. so require
Chestnut Afalachicola, Fid.McKar ; to be worked. '
Commerce & streets ,
136 Water If 80 Pine street. No. 28. Sec.3. Be Itf.rther
enacted That
the said
& NEW YORK Maria
Hnrtshornc; AN ACT to alter and Doggett shall
change the present boundary have the exculsive
PER COMMISSION right to
THREE DOLLARS. ANNUM
AT MERCHANTS PHILANDER KIMBALL keep a
Proptietor.Jits. line of Hern ndo County. frr/LJackso'"ille, within the
PAYABLE in ADVANCE. No. 40 Water limits corporate
street
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor., .and said Town, for, vid the
It.
of ten lines less lines'or nov! Francis, ten.years. from during terra of
Advertisements or (twenty Apalachicofoi! Florida. MERCHANT TAILOR & Legislative Council of the, Territory of Florida, and after the first day of January
more in pro 'ortiadi) conspicuously insertedit I JEREMIAH DAY. CLOTHIER That the Northern next: Provided She shall
.DANIEL J. DA No. 226 near boundary line of Hernando so long keep said fer
the following rate: J Bowery, Rivington st. ry in good repair
And
J. county shall commence at the mouth of the : provided
Day & Co. NEW YORK. I Big futher, That
One year........$10 00 'I One month,..... $2 50Sixmll1tbs.700 COMMISSION MERCHANTS; novllyAthrew Withlacoochee River, tt\ence\ up said river to the she shall at all times without delay, ferry overall t.
( ( Three weeks2 00() No. 52 Water S. )ookc junction ofthe Little Withlacoochee River persons or property required to be
street thence
set oath.
Three months,. ,..5 09 j Two wee s.1 50) iarM1y ; said Little \Vithla South bank of the rive St. over 3 4-
'I Apalachicola: Fl COMMISSION MERCHANT up oochee to the head of the / John's. And .
Two months,. "....4 00 I One insertion,.....1 ()() ; same, thence East ded, moreover, She shall.not provi. ; a
the
No. 5 Canal to Meridian charge
cor. Tchoupitoulas line, thence higher "
W. A. C st. o-
&
When advertisements are sent without any special COMMISSION.P: Kalii, New Orleans; La. along said Meridian Tine South to the Hillsborough greater rates of ferriage than are now, or may"hereafter ; J' _
direction as to the number of insertions MERCHANTS, Refers river, thence down raid river be from time to time
to-Mejssrs Harper &, H rmes, to Fort Fostee established br the '
required it will be understood that they ate to No. 4 Columbus Block.Apakchicota. thence .' ; county court of Duval
jan15 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla: running due. West to the Gulf Mexico, county,And provided ilia,
be published UNTIL FORDID; they will therefore thence along said Gulf to the mouth of the With That this act shall not be construed to p

be continued at our ditretioniand charged Liberal advances Cade on Cotton shipped to SHEPARD T. LipriNcot1, _,> WM. H. WYATT. lacoochee the point of beginning, including all any person or persons from keeping flats or prevent boat .
according to the (foregoing rates. Liverpool, New York and Boston,: and also in lilppincdtt & Yilttl,' the land and islands. which said river }ino. ..a"J for his, her or their own use, buLnofcaiLwi
Legal Advertisements of which the term of puV- store.___ novI ly GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS; Gulf'may enclose. {aIr. --

hcation is fixed by law, will only be excepted L !J' D.B.tooetr No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st., Approved Cth :March, 1844. Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That it shall at ,
from the above rule. ; NEW ORLEANS. ap20'ly all times be lawful for the County court cf Dtrfl I

To those.who advertise by the year a liberal'dis. COMMISSION No. 29 MERCHANTS; No. 2Q. County to fix alter or modify, the rates of{rnI3grs. ',
count will be made; but all advertisement: not: jani: Water Apalachicola i. j; w: Woodland & Cd.COMMISSION AN ACT to alter and change the name of Her- .: lawful to be charged at said feiry, but no ferriage*"" t \
Fla.; MERCHANTS shall,be allowed' on cattle .
strictly pertainin to their own business, as nando County. that may be swat \
well as all legal advertisements sent in ty them, Harper & Holmes; No. 18 Commerce street, Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and across the river at Jacksonville, and only a m*< 4i;;

will be charged at the usual rates. COMMISSION MERCHANT, _ New Xrleans, La. novl ly Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, sonable compensation for the use of a swimmin, {
All announcements of candidates for dice, will No. 51 Water street; - That from and after the passage of this act; the pen, when actually erected. :

be charged FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass, jan29 Apalachicota, Fla. Thomas Bertram;: name of Hernando county, in this Territory, be Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That this Act -
payable in all cases in advance, COMMISSION MERCHANT, changed, and that said county, from henceforth, shall, be subject, to be altered, modified orrepesLk
All Communications David No. 54 Common street. be called ana ed by any furture legislature Florida. L LNo.
(when admissible,) of a G. Kane/; designated as the county of Bent on. .
personal or individual nature, or piTs of new. COMMISSION fc FORWARDING MERCHANT' NEWOELEANS. novl ly Sec. 9. Tlo'if fnrfhor' en3.ctf>f?. That- all nftif' >ra Approved 13th March., 194-1. -: ".
-
inventions, goods, &-c., will be cttfged for as" AND DEALER IN GOODS, Commission Busfnes&!. heretofore elec drapp -t d for said county I -. ':\1T"
advertisements No. 43'Water street. of Hernando 33. .
and
at our discretion.: ; all records, pleadings, commissions "
fixti9'Un'! Aoalachicola., Fla. New York, March 12th, 1814. and other documents heretofore desig- AN ACT to organize an Ind' pendent- Compaat j

CO- The following gentlemen'vte our authori: B. EIIf So it & Co., ocr: WITH a knowledge of bu.i.iesderived nating said county, by the name of Hernandocou' of Artillery to be called u The.Florida Artillery! "

zed agents'; and they are empowered to receipt DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS from an experience; of more than twenty years in : ty, be held as appertaining to said county of Company." "-

for the payment of any: sub rjions; adtertisements AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS: ., Commercial and other business pursuits, a'td good Benton, the same as if the name of said county Section 1. Be it enacted by the Govern-and. !

or other printing, to be fcrwarded to us:.-' No. 33 Water street, facilities, the undersigned: tender their services, had not been changed. Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida( ,'

1. HOLLIPTSWORTH, New Orleans; La. declly Apalachicola as COMMISSION MERCHANTS,' for the pur- Approved 6th March, 1841. That the Company of Artillery known by the ,.'
B. G. chase a:1d'sd.le of all kinds of l'roduc.* and Foreign name of the Florida "
ALDERMAN, Mariana,' Fla. E. R. FLEWELLEX. M. M. BUTT. ; Artillery Company, band : ./
J. S. SANCHEZ,-St. Atf.{u-tine, Fla.J. Flewctten' & Butt and Domestic Goods. \ No 30. the same are hereby constituted an Independ .. ,;..'" .
ATKINS, Tallahassee: /la. FACTORS & Their1 business: will be conducted upon estab- AN ACT to authorize Willis Watson to establisha ant Volunteer, Company. '

E. N. GIBSO.V, Quincy, Fla. COMMISSIONMERCHANTS.. lished principles, and with a view to prompt returns Ferry a ross the Chip !'a River, in Jackson I Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the' said- .t

JAS. PENN, St. Joseph Fla. No. 2 Columbus for all sales effected, and answers"-to all county. : Company shall be subject to' the sarrie rules and: '\
N. BAKER, Brown's'irry, FJa. Clock' ; Fla. orders with which they may be favored. : Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor' and regulations as far as may be applicable of an'act !

FRANCIS ARNOU, Calhoun County,'Fla. 3- Liberal advances made Apalachicola on Cotton ,shippedto l Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of Legislative Council of th ;Territory of Florida, passed 3d January 1836 entitled An Act. to i: ,
W. TABOR, Washington County, Fla. New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 timKimbrou'trll Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on That Willis Watspn be, and he is hereby auThorize organize the Tallahassee Guards." J

A. S. GREEXWOOF, Albany, Baker Co., Ga. :receipt' of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special to establish a'Ferry across the Chipola River, Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, (fhat Job B. ,; '

r '- & Ridgway, agreement for funds at maturity, With advices of at point of said River, where the Federal road, Decorce, Captain; .Gerard Vengerhoils, Orderly Ij '

AcconidattonSiage.S.E.ri :- COMMISSIONAND FORWARDING fesponsibility of drawers. from Tallahassee to Pensacola, crosses said river, Ser eanant ; Sebastian Sanguinette, Sergeant; I 4
THE subscriber!: leave MERCHANTS.: FOWLE;-:DE COIN& CO., and that the above named \Villis'Vatson, his Louis Hoc, Corporal; Francis Winker, Corporal, : !
to'
begs
!
: Apalachicoia: Florida:! mar30 6m 78 Pearl hier Executors officers heretofore elected said I'
inform the public, that he has! stL or Administrators shall keen-- .- ,by Company ?
.- 'onhandtwogoodT\VOHORSE WM. H.' KIMBROUGH. > Com S:4i1on4: the said Ferry, with suitable boats or flats, in continued in command and if any;of said OlSccr
Business.
JOHN I.' RIDGWAY. $ good order, for the of have not been commissioned, that.the Governor of ;
;ARH1AGE;,,, one he intends keeping in Talla undersigned would inform the citizens passage carriages, and other
hassee, and the other at his old stand' at Chattahoochee Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to THE who be disposed to of vehicles at all times for the term of fen years, Florida be requested to commission them :as soonas ; :._ 1.
out friends in New York may pave .
Boston, Liverpool from and after the be '
or and may convenient. '
ready to rub at times'whenever call- for sale during the, SUMMER AND FALL passage approval} of this .
Havre. decl ly any .act. And should the said Willis Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That said Cotn- 1.
Watson _
his '
ed and i.
.
upon, on very accommodating1 terms: His articles of met handize. That he has large and t
Horses and and his hiers, executors! or Administrators fail to estab- pany may adopt by-laws,rules and regulations by _
Carriages are good, drivers TV H. & C. II. Aitstiiiy convenient Stores for the'reception and'safe keep : j
.
careful and obliging,* and from his endeavors to : COMMISSION MERCHANTS ing of the sam!. His whole time will be devoted I lish a ferry, and to furnish the necessary boats or majority of members and consent -of the Captain, : ,

please and accommodate the public heretofore, he No. 50 Water street, to his business and when sales to the amount of flats, for the above, named ferryfor the period of and shall have power to impose'fines for'neglect .. \"-. .
twelve mcnrps, frrn and aftel- the of thisact of duty, which may be collected in Court of .
confidently hopes for a continuance of favor and $50 or $100'is effected 'the will' passage any *
Apalachicola. same be, ,in all L ; '
then his right to establish Justice in the Territory. Said Rules and '
.:
REUBEN a ferry at the above Ivegu- "
SCOTT. l
patronage. Liberal' advances remittedor
cases
mad 'on Cotton' shipped to promptly deposited advised. lations
named place shall be void. not to conflct with Jaw of Florida
\
Chattahoochee Fla. : The any orof
.
April 1, IS 14. New York. novl greater the -'fariety.fhe betbr for the sale of( r ,
0CJ- The Stage will be found at the Planters ly .tt.- Bhll th.nkful-fof-on.r oU".U-JW..AM. Sec. 21: Be it further enacted, That it shall be the United States, or the Rules and Articles. .i"
Hotel!, Tallahassee! ap6 3m Tliost L.- Mitcliel, E: J. HARDIN. -1.-f. -an.vJ>e on or persons to establish a the .United- States Armyt .... ;- I I *1
r COMMISSION & FORWARDINGMERCHANT. Columbus, April 13, 144. my4 3t :(errytlthl\'three} miles of said ferry; except it be ApprovedlSth March, 1544. .
Ne' Arrau ge ine itt. for his or their own use, and not for the purpose
THE substantial U. OTICE.-The undersigned have this day gathering toll. No.:).. .
fast-running : No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola..' N : ', ,s
S. Mail Boat SIREN- Sharpless1 dec7 ly formed a partnership under the name and L ec. 3. Be.itfdfther'enacted. ', That the rates of AN ACT to amend an act now in forcev in this )
& lI-Ibster''will' hereafter leave Apa- :style of "GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the transaction ferriage, at the, ferry established by virtue of this Territory in relation Jto Roads, Highways and 4fl

lachicbla every Tuesday ahd Sat.: Dodge' & Gardner, : !of a general Wholesale' Grocery and Commission act, shall bp regulated by the County Court of Ferries. -

drday night, at 10 o'clock, for BrownYFerry, and L GROCERS & COI'MISSIONMERCIfANTS,' Business. D. GOLDSTEIN, Jackson county. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and j
will leave Brown's' Ferry every Sunday and L No. 40 Water street, JOHN' R.' BEERS. Sec. 4. Be it' further enacted, That this act Legislative Council of :the Territory "Florida, ,
Wednesday evening, Chattahoochee every Monday declS Apalachicola, Fla. Columbus April r,' 844'.'_a'falS 2m shall be subject rep 'aJ or modification by any That the county Court of Str.Jhon's county when -

and Thursday'at 1 o'clock,'P. M. Samuel Scliiflfer. Ligon & OwenS future Legislature of this Territory. assembled for county purposes in each year shall :. ,. .
The SIREN is neatly arranged, and'' for the WHOLESALE -0 Approved 9th March, 144. have power fit direct the ooaaeoTn/r. and otlprHn. ,w* t Iii
& RETAIB GROCER ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT --no --- -------
tonvenience and'accommodation' 'of is i LAW of a Road Tax: Provided, the same shall net -
passengers 4 No. 49 Water street. exceed -
Abbeville and Trov, Ala. ..
iasurpassed by any boat on the river. janI Apalachicola, Fla. in '. No. 31. one dollar per annum for each and ever per t
VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS, I WILL practice the County and Circuit AN ACT to authorize William J. Hendricks to son subject to toad duty. -t
Apalachicola, March 161844. Contractors. i W. A.". Wodd, rts of the counties of Montgomery: ,:Pike, keep a Ferry at the Cowford on St. John's Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That. said Roa.i. -4
}COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,,' Coffee, mle, Henry and Barbour,'composing toe riverl Tax or so much thereof be to ,<
may necessary
Stesr***?' Au gtuV AND SHIP CHANDLER, eighth Judicial Circuit of the State "of Alabama. Section 1. Be it enacted bv the Governor and.. keep the Road,and Bridges with/nlhe' county cf

THE fine fast running first clas No. 23 Water street, t WOODSON L. LIGON, ". Legislative! Council of the Territory of Florida, St John's in repair shau':when occasion should' -

f Steamer AUGUSTA, J&s. B. Hall,, Apalachicola. novl ly HASTINGS, Abbeville, Henry co., Ala. That William J. Hendricks, be and he is hereby require it,'be assessed'and collected by, under "
.master'will'tIh' regularly during Moore & IHe&eiizie E. OWENS, vested with the right to establish and keep a ferry the directien of the Road Commissioners and the'person
,TroyPikeco.'Ala.: at the Cowford on the South barilof St. J'ohn'8river or persons so appointed to collect the said-
the seisbn between
:! Apalachicola COMMISSION
MERCHANTS, -'Refe'sto-- ?pposite the Town; of Jacksonville for Road Tax shall receive as compensation for his- '
ad Columbus, when tlie river willadmit, touch. No. 32'Water street, Col. A' McAllister > : ,
? t' Ala and daring the Tem of ten from and after or their services five per cent upon the amount by '
intermediate
years
ihg at all the landing. She will be .
Apalachicola.JOHN : Gen. A J McAlli erlenry the approval of this him or them collected. '... .
act, for the .
of
it EUF AU A on'her dpwnward'trip,'emy Wednesday M. :MOORE. ) Maj. Jefferson Buford,-:tufaula,Ala. purpose trans- '
porting. cross said river all Sec. 3. Be, it further enacted, That fkfson
and'Will take freight or passangers'on the WM. A. MCKENZIE, y novl : lion'le. Jas E'Belser Ala.Gen'l. perSons'and'property, any
ly Montgomery, required'to be ferried across from the South to shall have the right to commute his road taxjbr '
and
lost! reasonable terms insurance be ob- -
can John Dill, Fort Games Ga.Messi's. .
timed on her as low as oh other beat. Farrior & tor. : the North bank'qf said river. supplying labourers to work on the road3'at such fan
any Chestet
The Auuta's accommodations' for C'OMMY-SSION.AND< FORWARDING & McGriff Apal'a. fa. Sec.2.; Be !it further enacted,'T at it shall be amount per day as may be determined by the

are not' excelled' her Cabin being all passengers in Staterooms MERCHANTS. January 25th; 1844. jan29 tf the duty of said Hendricks at all times to keep a commissioners; and the overseers of 'the2:roads '

and every exerlibn will'b6 made to retain; No. 44 Water-street, % II.. Sidney Ctre&i, M.' D. suffiierjt number of good boats', flats, and hands, shall give certificates of the labour thus'supplied .
the well'known renufatbn! she has sustained for: ribv25 ly Apalachicola, Fla. DR. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres to ferry'over such persons and property as may be which shall be received by thr Tax Collector' in .

fcfery,-cbmfort and d spatch.l.or his gratitude to his patrons; and to, assur required to be transported across*said river, \vith- lieu'of money. ,1 ,
freight apply to S. B'1aflt11Con" them that it shall be his constant endeavor to render out delay' or hindran6e,'under penalty of forfeirure Sec. 4. Be it futrh r enacted That the Tax col. t
or passage STOw &STARR: DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING, hirtselfmoreusefu1, in his profession; of the' privileges herein and hereby granted to| lected by virtue of this act shall be paid'into the

THOS A.. TERRY No. 47 Water street, Offica on Centre near Water stteet.'_dec25 I him. County Treasury and be subject to the ore! of the '
decl ly dpalachictfla, Fla. I Sp.c.'3. Be it further enacted That it shall Road commissioner of said Which -
be county tax
Agents, Eufaula.B. ____ __ __ L'" W. Sprrftt,' unlawful for snail be -
any to keep a ferry on the applied exclusively to the making and
person
-
ELLISON & CO. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
N. Milter Of Co.- :
South bank of said River, within two miles, either repairing of roads and Bridges,and the'said Treasurer -
par4 for the'future this
Agents, Apalachicola. DEALERS IN CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES WILL reside in city. All!
above shall receive '
-- have committed legal business to his or below said ferry, except for private use, for his services two-and'a-half "
Steam' tr HATS, &.C. and not for the toll. per cent for receiving and disbursing 'S
Charleston. care while a resident of Quincy, will please ad purpose gathering me. .. .
THE new, splendid and fast Corner Water and'Chesnut streets, dress him at this place. He will continue a regu Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the County Sec. ?. Be it further enacted, That whenever -

I &: nnmrS; .tiamer CHARLESTON, Apal chir.ola. novl ly .Iar l attendance upon the courts of Jackson and Court of Duval county,shall at all times have power it may become necessary to work upon any of the : ', '
Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at to fix, alter the Roads in said the Superinfendant Over. '' o' "
Freeman, Master,will, in connec- H. B. Wood, or modify, rates of ferriage county, or ; /:<; 4
ncction with the LOWELL, make, Tallahass 1 authorized to be charged and demanded at the seer of said Roads, appointed by said commissionera :0. 1
iic- 't semi-vet'th! as*b teen Eaaul 'and, NOTARY PUBLIC, Office over W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street. ferry by this act established. And that said Hen- shall each receive two dollars per day for eve- .. .:.: 4
h ..ichtroh. ant* ij (ermediate landingsj"andthe No. Water-street, Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844. dricks be authorized to demand such rates of ferriage rv day >io /-.P they may ho employed in the rw r. i, "- >, I '

\ the coad' *n of-* .e river! win'wunnt will marl ly Apalachicola Fla. James F. Farrior, as have been heretofore, or may be hereafter-- formance of the work designated t>y eaid commiasioners. ..- .... .ft:, (

it."\ to Col'lm u P. Hobart, PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC, established by said Court. Ii
Th Sec. 5. Be it further enacted That Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That'So much'
Ch-riotwu: u neatly arranged for'tbe com- MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Apalachicola, Fla. this act J -
Curt tnd convcniehte of passengers,' and withal, CABINET FURNITURE, May always be found at the office of Farrior & shall at all times be liable to be amended altered, of the law now in force in this Territory1 reIa'i :

it a large, well boUt craft, capable of carrying as Up S-airs, No. 42, Water Street Co.: No. 44 Water st. He would respectfully so modified, or repealed by any future Legislature. tion to Roads,Highways, and Ferries conflict ,
much freight, with'perfect safety, as any boat on dec4 ly Apalachicola.ff licit the patronage of his friends and acquain Approved, 13th March, 1844. with this act shall be..inoperative within the limits .
the of St. John's county.
Chtttahoochie tances. _
dec25
Md can afford to do .It as ,
cheaply. For freight i or to either Michael A. Myers, No. 32. Approved 14th March, 1844.
passage: apply
JOHfrM. MOORE AUCTION AND COMMISSION'MERCHANT, Cttii. 4 : AN AtT to'authorize Maria Doggett, to keep a ,
WM. SCANDRETT & Co. No 28"Wafer" et, 11TA1tILE YARD AT APALAP ICOLA.IvJ .- Ferry at Jacksonville on St John's River. ,. No. 35. >
Eufaula. Sale Days..TVEDNESDAVV and SATt1ltij .Ys.' The subscriber ,having established himself Section 1 ( Be it enacted by the Governor and AN ACT for the releaf of S.'S. Sibley.
MOORE'k McKENZIE"Agents i in this-cityj respectfully informs*the public Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and -

McKAY &HARTSHORNS, .. n:. R. 1t'otfd, that he has on1 hand, and will .at all'times"be That M ria'Doggettvidowof John L. Doggett Legislative Council of the.Territory of Florida --
febigPETHERS. AUCTIONEER'AND COMMISSION AGENT: ready tb furnish/at the shortest notice, Marble deceased/shall/ have and enjoy the unt'xpired term That the Auditor of the Territory be, and he is -
..... A"gtnti" _
.,. Apalachicola.. No. 31 Water-street, work of every kind and quality, including in the Ferry at JacksOnville on and over the SU hereby, required to audit the ccount of S. S. \.i.1'

.-Just received live' marl'ly Apalachicola,.Fl ..' Totobs! Tablets, Head & Foot Stones; John's river; which was granted to. him by an Sibley against the Territory, for miscellaneous .J.:
quantity
'i Geese -- __- Mantle: Pieces entitled printing, and issue his foithe
Feathers, which will be sold lOw for and facings act, An act to revive and continue in warrant sum of one
cub! by P. HOBERt SEWARD Dn.t A. F. PX.MZD. Beaureau and; Centre Tabl Tops; force an act establishing a ferry over'St. John's hundred and forty-four 50-00 dollars, in favor of .:. ,

JW* 42"Water,st.BSSffi '' Sfetaard Dill & Co'AUCTION Counter TopsFountains, &.9-, &c. River-tfJ cksonville," approved 2d of February ,said Sam'l S. Sibley.Approved '.- J
& COMMISSION MERCHANTS, In short, all;articles usually foutldat: an estab 1838, andJshall enjoy all the rights, and be sub 14th March, 1844.

SEED.A fresh "apply' Ifo. 29 Water street. lishment,qf! {the kind. The public:re respectfully ject trclTthe duties, and 'liabilities imposed on .4.- ; -

Ceb12 and for sale by fj$ 'Libi4vances'! made on all consignments, invited to call' and examine (themselves., said Doggett by the said act referred to. _The celebrated Dr.Rush' was once asked by, : '
t. .. 4-----B ELLISON & C04;,, 33 W&t r'lt. and business entrusted to them will be' (jbOrflers: by mail, will be punctually attended Sec._ 2. Re it further enacted, That from and student what percent thought had been added*; ,::

K:E. TUCKV BAGGI'NG' ..__ promptly attended to to, and shipped to any 0(,the landings on the after the passage of this'act the aid Maria Dog. to the period of human life by skill of practioner4 -'

et &"BALE ROPE .- Refer fo-LAifE & READ, Boston. river, carefully packed in strpns botes. gett,shall i$ve-the right to,keep a ferry at Jacksonvifle. af medicine? He answered'If by:, practiooen

.Si.SlBjR: thta.Baaing i 200 coils Rope, for sale CART Coox, Portland, Me. SIDNEY K FORD. for'the purpose of .transporting of perSons of medicine. yoti mean to include old $
women and
1he\1;' wT0 L. MITCHEL, S. C. WHimrii. HaildwellApalachicbla '/: 03: The Marble Yard is on Commerce, street, I ,, horses, mules,' cattle'carnages .of every nurses I think the increase has beer conn-,

33Wt.it.. Aug. 26s. If, imroediiitely in th 'r 'afof'l\{ Kay&t Hartshorne's kind, and oth, things, to be transported from the derable; bat if you exclude them,very little!' -. _'.:


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0a01Ab ADVERTISER. WASHINGTON, April 30. ON THE have existed together. No country, whatever effects invariably: arise from physical cause* jT
I -may,be the richness of its soil, or the fructifying command for man a respirable medium below
There was a painful scene in the Senate this PREVENTION OF MALARIAL DISEASES. 60 F. insure
to
I "LI influence of its climate, can, at this day, be other I him an exemption from all
I f I APALAOHIOOLA, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 18*** morning. As soon as the Chair was taken, Mr. ';' than poor and destitute, if unable to apply a por- maladies it produces, and below 75 F. to pre tb.
= Fairfied presented the credentials of :Mr. Niles of NUMBER Vf jpn of its laboring industry to'manufactures. But vent the existence of that most dreaded form of

-Ti ( 'ix,- The U. S. District Court, for Franklin Conn., and the latter presented himself to be sworn THE undisturbed and long continuance of high if the people of any country can apply their disease, the endemial causes of tropical.. climate

county, is now in session, Judge Carmack presiding Mr. Jernagin said as a matter of duty he must atmospheric temperature, of regions that endurea powers and energies, so as to overcome natural JENNER.

\ and will probably continue all next week. oppose the swearing of the honorable gentleman.The tropical heat, both mars their prosperity, and disadvantages if they exist, and devote a correspondent it-
I Senate could be ignorant of that which prevents a large: portion of the human family industry to manufacturing purposes, For the Commercial Advertiser
; j\ civil hand for trial, and not
A number of cases are on from must follow that they will become rich, prosperous -
had sharing the natural they GLENMENTOR.LETTER
j' advantages possess. .
was a matter of history. The gentleman
f
i. j t the criminal docket, we arc sorry to say, i is larger I without It is a source of evil that has a double operation; and powerful.But .
been in the city for several weeks presenting -! it is the inducedby n.
unhealthiness of climate
\ ,
\ thin usual, In of the thefts at the first in causing the mental and physical deterioration -
consequence
: time late himself, which to say the least, was very of the native inhabitants; second in inducing high temperature, that constitutes the para- La Bresa to Ve mikya.
the
j of fire. ,: extraordinary. After further remarks, he moved i or rather, creating malarial diseases. mount agent in repressing the prosperity of tropicaland MY DEAR VERMILYA :=Your: letter Yerjfc

h Orleans the appointment of a select committee to investigate determines, or, at tropicoid regions. High solar heat with its
fcj- The Rev. Mr. SMILEY, from New Atmospherical temperature cibly recalls to my mind the death and burial
invariable of
of Mr. N. to a seat least of accompaniment diminished supplyof
qualifications 'character our race.
the mental greatly modifies the
i f : will preach in the Methodist! Church to-morrow reverend old citizen in our neighbourhood.
'I. But little observation is to discover that oxygen, and an increased quantity of moisturein a Epaging .-,
necessary
in the Senate.
"'c.H 4 J, morning: at 11 o'clock, and also in the evening at Mr. Fairfield said he had had the pleasure of the evolution of the physical capacities of man the volume of air used in respiration, act injuriously in the service of the Union, when he W1a

; N i'' 8 o'clock. We are gratified to learn that Mr. S. boarding with Mr. Niles for a long period, and he depends intimately on climate; and, although, j upon the constitution of the Caucasianrace quite a youth, he received many a plaudithis

( I intends remaining in this place during the sum I that his intellect was brightas from the superiority of his reasoning powers, and and, if long continued, are, of themselves, comrades, and many a mark of favorhis frog
I could confidently say the art in his a sufficient cause of indisposition. No habits, or
mer, and religious service may be expected regularly ever. physical consequent grganization ability, he to apply is better able adapting than other length of exposure" will neutralize this effect. commander, for the gallantry of his behariar

: every Sabbath in this Church. Messrs. Buchanan, Crittenden and others made animals to resist its extremes, yet, being subjectto Indeed, the unfavorable operation of high natural _Ie was exceedingly polite in hiS, manners, and

some remarks, after which the question was put, the influence of the elements, his faculties attain heat, would seem to be increased by time, for it when I last saw him, he had a fresh, rosy cheek
t;:J- S1Y e neglected last week to mention the is the in cli- ,
\ common experience of those living
and the Chair authorised to appoint a select com- a perfection, or sink into a comparative imbecility blue and a profusion of Iii.very
<. sailing of the British Barque Dauntless, Rogers, mittee of investigation. It is composed of the corresponding with that great zone inwhich mates subject to the changes of the seasons, and a fine sparkling eye .

: I master, for Liverpool, with 2,020 bales cotton, following Senators,viz: Messrs. Jernagin, Wright, he may have fixed his residence. The which, in summer, attain tropical temperature, flowing locks. He had walked out without
that they can withstand the heat of the commencement he raised his polished
native of climates of either extreme of heat or his hat, and as hickory
lbs. water
She drew feet
weighing 948,726 14 1 Benton, Berrien and McDuffie. The task of the
cold, is found to be feeble in frame, and but little, of the hot period, better than they staff to orders about some improvement
{ give rf
and went to without trouble detention. committee is of
sea or one great delicacy.The fitted to resist those operations of nature that are can a lower temperature at its termination ; and
This we believe is unusnal-vessels: of the class remainder of the day was devoted to private injurious to health. It is only in those parts of the inhabitant of the equator find the heat more his 'farm, I thought I had never heard so mellow

and size of the Dauntless seldom venture through i business. the earth where the temperature is mild and oppressive in old age than in }oath, or in the a voice in so old a man. As I advanced toward(

; I the West Pass, though we presume they might I The Sergeant-at-Arrns of the Senate has been genial, that the maximum degree-of human perfection meridian of life. That natural temperature, him> his face brightened with smiles, and graip.

I' t;;. do so with ease and safety. I sent to New York to bring on the Editor of the: is attained ; and it is the people of these which is necessary to maintain the functions of ing me cordially by the hand, he continued fo
I regions that are best adapted to encounter, with the animal economy, in healthy activity,becomes,
Post for
-- -y. .. -BALTIMORE 'YT.._ o-.. ..... ..".. TJ... o"'uf' Evening In n liiili lea became an examination, as to the manner an impunity comparatively equal, the enervating when existing in excels, similar in its operationto ; press it with welcomes until 1 had ascended 'the
nominate candidates for Pre- 'possessed Of the d<:\ccu- heat of the tropics on the one hand, and the undue heat in general, and manifests itself by ; steps of his portico, when taking my hat from
vention to Whig mente: accompanying the Treaty, recently published destructive cold of the frigid zones on the other. overcharged glandular action, and other symptoms oie, he invited me into his parlor. He wared
\ nrieut and Vice President of the United States, in that paper. A most rigid investigationwill of stimulation. The incessant -
This is law
I \ a the truth of which is attested, by strong evaporation his hand toward the sideboard, and asked if
1 ., wet in the city of Baltimore on the 1st instant. be instituted and the offender, if discovered, the ability of the British to bear the extra by cutaneous and pulmonary transpiration I Iwtuld
'. a' The convention "was large, and from accounts severely punished.It ordinary heats of the plains of Hindostan excite an eager demand for fluids, and the capilr take: some wine; but as I replied i iatluneg

is than the natives laries, being compelled to maintain a constant .tive he entertained me with the
L enthusiastic. A premium flag was to be understood that Mr. Spencer resigned this ; and the highest medical authori newiof
-cry Mr. Ru ties of France have proved that in the Russian action, in order to furnish the necessary means of the the adventures of his ,
h and ,
,given the which should be the morning. :) Mr. Green are spoken of cfey- hunting son, and
t to delegation campaign of 1812 the from the south of supply and waste, consequently become enfeebled,
as his successors. It is rumored that :Mr.: troops he few Weeks
: Nelson as vas pressing me to spend a with
largest from any one of the States; we have not Europe bore the cold better than the Russians or and predisposed to he easily acted upon by exciting
I has also exhibited symptoms leaving the CabinetIn the influences. It is to the exhausting Glen-Mntor: and take such healthful exercise
L l ,v seen however to whom it was awarded. Judge Poles who had been inured to it from their owing
Ambrose father to the late Secretary of the House the whole day was taken up by a infancy. action of these vessels that the inhabitants of the mo'u.tains and the glens afforded, his son en.
Spencer
continuation of the debate on the tariff bill. Climate controls and industry warm countries have a lax conformation of mus-
r ingenuity ,
caps tered the Glen-Mentor was so called ,
!f 1 the Treasury, was chosen President. This morning Mr. Clay held a levee in the Rotunda cities of our race upon the exercise of which the cular fibre, a slender and weak frame, and that room. ,to

I ;. Mr. Watkins Leigh, of Virginia, offered a of the Capitol. He was surrounded by hun prosperity of nations depends, especially those they are inclined to mental as well as physical distinguish him from his cousin, ot"the 4 saint:

resolution, that HENRY CLAY, of Kentucky, bet dreds of strangers, anxious to obtain a view of that carry to perfection the arts of manufactureand inactivity. Besides the languor and debility which name, wh was a merchant in the town. He hv

i declared the candidate of the Whig party for him: He afterwards visited both branches of Con mechanism. It is by excelling in these, that invariably result from the overstimulation of long herits all tJe principal virtues of his lather, and
the anglo-saxon race has risen to wealth and continued high states of the thermometer, all the
there is somtlhtng inexpressibly kind and bener.
President, which was adopted unanimously. A gress. power, wherever it has confined itself to a northern functions of the human system may become de j
committee was appointed to select from the several latitude, whether in the old or new world ranged, and if not restored to their healthy action olent in his countenance, which I suppose is derived

\'" persons named, a candidate for Vice President %:3By the death of the King of Svedenolar- But centuries of experience have proved, that it, by a remission of heat, or the withdrawing of an from his ions mother, who has been dade
shal Soult has become the sole survivor of all the in with equivalent stimulus of other kinds, they will b
,
which resulted in the choice of the Hon. common the whole of the descendants of these many years The old man has accumulateda ]

.... THEODORE FRELENHUYSEN-: of New Jersey eighteen Marshals of the Empire created by Napoleon Japhet, is unable to practice them with like success liable influence.to be destroyed by the slightest external vast fortune, anl Glen-Mentor is the only heir.At .
in 1S04, at the of under the enervating force of a tropical heat
camp Boulogne. The incapacity, and consequent: indisposition of It is, however, in malarial diseases that the some future tine I will describe tq you the

TEXAS. Mn. EDITORA the white race, for continued muscular or mental 1 effects of solar heat are most distinctly markedWhatever scenery of the glen in which my friend livejj
pir. During the last week, the papers from the few mornings since, after a exertion, in the torrid zone, are among the best may be the other concurring cause of but at this time I fed go impressed with the It
6.,;: north have been full of the subject of annexations good night's rest, I arose much earlier than usual, established truths in human physiology. This fevers-particularly intermittent, remittent, and

'p' and the ratification of the Treaty now before the I, desiring to enjoy the cool, refreshing breeze, in truth is forcibly illustrated by the change of habits yellow fevers-it seems to be generally conceded, lemnity of the old marts burial, that I think; aa

Senate. The two of Democracy a solitary walk. The inquiry occurred Where induced by a few years residence in the tropics. that the most essential circumstance connectedwith account of it would interest you. On the rerj
great champions The man who them is a high degree of atmospheric tem the old died I
shall I was energetic, watchful and enter- day man wts meditating a'vuitto!
: and Whigery have addressed each a letter to their go, to pass the time most pleasantly? prizing, whose step was elastic, and who had ambition perature. It is true that this has often been denied the country. The day waastill and clear and in

friends, disapproving of the immediate annexation A thought suggested a stroll to our Church-Yard, in his port, becomes languid, indifferentand and so recently as in a late report on the *
t II of Texas to the United States. Mr. Clay and thither I bent my way. It was a lovely dull ; he drags himselt along as if by the medical statistics of the British army ;* but thereis all other respects such an ore as might mark tie

t" morning-the air was melliffluent with the fro greatest muscular effort, and gradually ceases to no medical opinion more generally assented t toby departure of a good man to the haven af eternal
'r,
against annexation the of its
goes on
I ground being aspire after that which physicians in all parts of the world. Solar Glen-: terror
r of the flowers it costs labor to attain.- rest. addressed me a feeling note,
i impolitic, uncalled for, and unjust Mexico, in i grance of which our climate is so: A few generations, only, are necessary to reduce heat may not be, and probably is not, the direct that his father
stating more
I.6--: : the present state of our relations with that Go prolific-the green leaves and blossoms were yet his posterity to comparative imbecility; and that cause of these diseases, but as the most prominent was no and that in

vernment'; also, because it would further embarassour covered with pearly dew-dops-the birds that desire local improvement which seems inherent element in the constitution of climate, exerting two da's'preparations would be made for bits

4 I.'t t flew from bough to spray chanted sweetly theirmatin in the race whence they sprung, gives way to a no doubt, a controlling influence over. it burial. When I arrived at the mansion of the
own with additional debt often
government an love of other constituents," and as the cause of vegetablegrowth
t all sensual ease. This is the general char glen, I found the servants in an outer all
::, millions which Texas without the songs-and nature was redolent of that and and the of animals room,
.I now owes, acter of what is called the creole population, of decay, myriads
beauty which is peculiar to Florida in the that subsist and it it must be the neatly dressed and seated in regular order. Some
f'::: prospect of any immediate commercial or national Spring the colonies of Europeans, settled in the tropics. perish upon ,
f ; r advantage to the United States. He opposes the season. In approaching the church-yard, I was [In'none are the inhabitants equal to the parent source whence are'' derived the principles which of the negro women were weeping most bitterlji
I stock, in either of mind. If enter into the composition of t febrific miasmata. and as I entered the
vigor, body or drawing I
{ 4 i 4.: annexation both now and hereafter rather pleased to see that measures were at length being we room, saw: one of the
1 or
The evidences of this and
,
are numerous ,
for the inhabitants power
example, of little
makes no allusion to future action. Mr. taken to prevent the beasts from roving, with compare present of the negro children pulling at the coffin and beg
t a- i t' a Van the West India Islands, the lineal descendants though chiefly negative, they are most sat
I.1 1: Buren opposes it now, as being unjust to Mexico, relentless hoof over the graves of those. who lay 1 (without nny admixture of foreign blood,) of those isfactory character. Except in the instance of ; gin; them to take old master cut of it!' I fell

I :1' < and likely to involve us in a war with that Repub there buried, in the erection of a good substantial i who settled in them two centuries back, with the typhus fever, where malaria seems to acquire a a straggling tear falling over my cheek* ,andasf( '

\., ; lie unless she enclosure. It was a scene and an hour well fitted* actual race of men in Great Britain, we shall find peculiar virulence from long accumulation, find grasped Glen-Mentor's hand, my face was bund
I consulted.
was a But advocates
0., party nearly as great differences in the physical and modification in a latent state epidemic levers
for meditation and in handkerchief.
I entered this my The
the annexation whenever the war brtwcen ; as hallowed moral characters of the two classes, as between never break out in the winter season of temperate neighbors were assem'

l\\. ':. Texas and Mexico ceases, or whenever the ConJ ground, and cast theeye over the multiplicity of: nations which are usually considered as of distinct latitudes ; and it is very dcubtful whether bled in the drawing room, and the parson aocn

..w gress of the United States (with a majority of the iittle mounds that betokened the spot wherereposed races." Were this law of unvarying application they ever penetrate as far as the arctic circle. arose, and in a very feeling manner, related some
the relics of so many human beings, who it would require us to admit, however But, on the other hand, we find, as we direct our of the more interesting particulars in the like
: people) deem it for the of
;
may necessary security inquiries from the into the
to self-love zones
our and temperate
mortifying a
permanent steady
had once lived and moved the earth the deceased and after
upon enjoy speaking of the of the
y the country, and the perpetuity of its institutions deterioration of the inhabitants of the southern warmer latitudes, malarial fevers become more glory
.;( "' He Is in favor of uniting Texas, as soon as it can ling youth, arid health, and activity, I was fore i division of the United States. Happily, in regardto common and more violent, displaying their grea resurrection, and the destiny of all mortals,be

j" be done without taking part in an actual war between bly reminded that this is the haven to which wall e them, it is effectually modified by peculiaritiesin test virulence in the equatorial regions.In added many words of consolation and sweet. .hope

Mexico and Texas a constructed tend, and that remorseless TIME, which steals l their condition. Continual immigration from elevated situations the temperature of the and concluded with a fervant prayer for tie bereaved.
l' ; war is less than low
atmosphere and
colder countries, and the habit of spending the: on grounds, the
: would not be Mexico and along with swift yet easy tread, is sweeping all 1 of There was not a dry cheek to be
$ regarded. Texas are summer in the northern States, or among the cause fever, even in the tropics, acts with leas seeD;
.', r still at war, an armistice'now exists, and to adopt the human family to that dark bourne, the deepand mountains of the South, prevent the deteriorating power. Every variety of malarious disease seems and after a solemn paUse, the coffin was opened

fi' the Texians as citizens, isto make the United hidden mysteries of which lie buried-- -in-- a- operation of tropical heat on the mental or physical to require, for its origin a temperature peculiarto for the friends to take a farewell view of Glen-
I _, fathomless structure of the of the itself, hut high in proportion to its malignity.
OLafl"5& a parry 10 mat war. ic would require no eternity, and of which the mind of mass population. Still, occasionally The intermittent fever Mentor's father, and before it was closed, I saw
some effect is in requires an atmospheric
perceptible particular
{ declaration, on the part of Mexico to involve us man can form but vague and imperfect concep families, where there has been no intermixture of temperature above the mean annual heat ; that several of the servants slip sprigs of cedar,>flow-

The armistice will expire in a short time, and tion. Amidst these reflections, it was a pleasingsight foreign blood, and residence in the south has been appears under the pestilential form of yellowfever ers) and other mementos of love into itOA, procession -'

then Mexico will _either make peace or prosecuteit to see here erected so many boards and unbroken for several generations. If the posterity is never seen, in temperate climates, but was formed, in which all the servants or
tablets to the of those who had .. of these adhere to the same habits, it is not when the thermometer indicates a tropical the old
to a conclusion, which, if she cannot do, i it memory passedaway pro man, and others of the glen joined. 'The
warmth.
i bible that they will be exempt from that law of In countries subject to the healthful influence
must dwindle into a mere nominal war, when ; giving the gratifying proof, that thoughwe deterioration, which in the West Indies, and other of frost their progress is always checkedby coffin was borne by six of the neighbors, and II

Texas can be treai:'?J with as a sovereign state. die, we leave behind us friends who will countries in the low latitudes, operates so gene its advent, and they disappear till the succeeding they approached a shady grove in a cleft_of the

rJ It is presumed that the opinions of these gen- cherish a remembrance of us, and perchance ally. It is even apparent that the vigorous nativeof summer sets in motion the various causes mountain, I saw the place where Glen-blentofr
bedew our with New England, however much national t concurring in their production. It is evidentlyowing mother
tlemen win decide graves their tears. the vanity had been buried.
the fate of the Treaty for the Among A beautifully ornamented
to heat that the end of
atmospheric
desire
to obscure sum
may the fact, degenerates after
;.:, present ; more specially when we consider that most handsome of marble, I had the happiness to long !subjection to the enfeebling action of an uniformly i i- mer and beginning of autumn are the most sickly wall had been built over her grave, anl

I a vote of two-thir/ is necessary to ratify it. The perceive one erected and inscribed to the memoryof hot climate. Recollecting: the principles seasons, in latitudes subject to great alternations covered in the form of a tasteful dwelling This

1 I subject is however liral I ly to produce some dissen- JOSEPH B. WEBB, who fell a victim to the of his early education, he may be constantly excited of temperature. Where frost never exists, as was enclosed by white balustrades, and within
tion among the two S1'\3t Yellow Fever, which visited this city in the to action, but under the influence of the within the tropics, no season is exempt from every the enclosure the
parties. In the South form of sweetest shrubs and floweit
f languor indured by a vertical'sun, he is to malarious disease, indeed, occasionally,
I I it is decidedly: popular. South Carolina, with memorable year of 1841. He died at, and was mistake scheming for enterprise, and to sink prone intoa in particular districts, they prevail throughoutthe were planted in regular order. Myrtle crept

Mr. Calhoun to sustain them.are unanimous and buried on Flag Island, where his remains reposed mere projector, or, at least, to prefer speculation whole year. All the testimony on the sub round the wall and roses and honeY-sucklestut

J in New Orleans there has been z and in hallowed loneliness for nearly three years to labor. If he enters upon business in earnest : ject, which has been so assiduously collected by over it, while a beautiful weeping willow staid'

enthusiastic meeting of distingui is't very large the dashing of the'billows, the hollow winds and the inability to practice steady habits of physicians, during the last century, shews that ing at the head shadedit.
d citizen waving
of long branches
high
atmospheric ,
t application, prevents that care necessary to success heat.is an indispensable cooperating
I( both parties, who recommend the imtie
oft Texas as being! one of polity, patri- his isolated graved: His relics were disinterreda difficulties, or sinks into imbecility. is sufficient to prevent, or put an end to might have been seen beneath this willow bend

otism and philanthropy. It is rumored h.at the few weeks since, brought to this place, and While this is the ascertained operation of trop rile production of the other causes, whateverthey ing over the. tomb of his departed mother, and,
ical ]heat the natives of climes may be, and, it follows of course, the disease
course of Mr. Van Buren has both astonisheaand inhumed in the church-yard. His friends have upon temperate now for the first time in of
itself also. the door
and their descendants, it is also notorious that many years
t f disappointed many of his friends in Congress erected tins tablet as an humble memento of their those of which This between that tomb was tot
I races men, possess the capacity I. correspondence atmospheric m opened. The husband was ,bjr
and may make his nomination less certain. The regards for him, and a tribute of respect for to resist high solar heat, and labor under a verticalsun perature, and the various forms of endemic and laid beside the wife, and the son was b'kW. *

1 : convention meets in a few days however, and we his lofty mind, and generous and noble nature.l .- have not the order of intelligence, necessary epidemic malarial fevers, is so striking, that, the destruction of the &"
t, sball then see what will be the result. With the \ is manifestation of esteem was gratifying to for the attainment of perfection in the arts. They though the abundance or paucity of f the other sects issued from grave. A swana.
i : have, as yet, given no evidence of ahility to compete causes must modify the result, the general char the door and upon'thelit( of
i,{ : whigs, the letter of Mr. me, *s one who had long known and loved him- -
Clay certainly exercised the tomb the
J in manufactures or mechanism, with the acter of the prevailing disease can ordinarily be frame of a once beautiful and. WS&
i f no injurious influence, as he was unanimously and iti ibe\ \ a source of infinite pleasure to his natives/of the temperate zones. That sagacity determined by the thermometer. A mean temperature beloved female was lying, surrounded teith':th*'

t" nominated a few days ago in the Baltimore con friends and relatives at a distance, to learn that and clear foresight, which seeks out and adapts of.60 F., continued for a month, seems! dust of her coffin.
If vention. he has received all the respect that can be paid\ inventions, and that provident spirit that applies from a fair view of all the phenomena, necessary still The casement of rlmI
1J to departed every possible principle of economy, so characteristic in the most marshy situations, for the productionof remaining, and prevented the dlromfin. -
INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY IN NEW YORK.- his worth in a Christian; : land ; and that of the people "of temperate climes, andso the milder form of intermittent fever; a temperature ning away the ashes! from her bn**> In l -

t Among the proposed amendments memory shall live 'green in our souls as indispensable to success in the manufacturing of from 65 to 75 F., during the same manner the old man .' the_opposift
to the constitution was placed o .
?
enduring as the arts, are universally wanting. But if the period, for remittent and in
of New marble that covers the spot temperature ; no year, or part of side of the
York, is one which provides that where recline the relics of this and lamented of houses, workshops and other places In the northern hemisphere, where the medium tomb.Yhile the.door was still open

hereafter all members of banking institutions son of genius. gifted which men pass the chief part of their time, in temperature for the months of June, July, August the parson raised his hands and/ :after returning i

.'; .; t shall be individually liable for the issues of the Col. WEBB the tropics and their vicinity, could be artificially 1 or September has been below 77 F., has thanks to heaven for the priYiI lege+ / and blessing*
t, institution with which they was the Editor of the Florida and permanently lowered, by any means within a yellow (fever ever been found to exist. With the that we enjoyed he tn"e lessons of the
be ,
/ may connected, Journal" at the time reasonable pecuniary outlay to the continuance of prayed that
of his decease and the standard of assigned these temperatures i in
in which ,
or they may own stock. those in northern latitudes there : day might not be lost the fouls of theliYinS..
.. press teemed with expression would be nothing places where moisture is abundant,and the purr upon {
"f loss which the of regret, at the to prevent the artizan, or mechanic, from factive process has been suffered to go on, sporadic Glen-Mentor then closed the, Hopr with a tie.
I + According to late regulation, colored seamen corps editorial felt in e his premature applying his industry, to the same advantage in cases of the respective maladies may frequently ling hand, and we all returned lathe mansionthe f

I a from foreign ports, engaged on board vessels death. He was a chaste and beautiful wri- hot countries, that he has heretofore done in the occur. If the temperature of a country glen. I such'siipte.

entering the port of Matanzas are now placed in ter, combining a sublime and fluent style which moderate climes of which he is a native. With during summer continue to rise, and the concurring was gratified. to see *,the.

: immediate confinement until the vessels! to which was rarely surpassed ;-and the 'Stttches equal advantage in regard to in door temperature, causes of disease are suffered to exist, it willexcite honors of the dead, ,eo.effectual intender movn
ad .
the i industry and the multitude of auxiliaries, miasmata from source capable ofproducing 'sympathies of the .people A1t1 8f ,
they belong libitum" of HORATIO WALDO every
are ready to stil. wherever they which art, science and capital, have allied to the it, and disease will become general. meet the pleasant smiter i of the good marj'n m rf,"
are found -
will be
1 regarded as pure of complicated machinery of manufactures, could i Understanding.then, the of malaria .
09- It is stated gems cause and in his'Pub'
that the Messrs. Harnden k literature be as successfully introduced into the tropics as the manner in which itoperates to induce disease nor hear the sound c/his voice :
tbtl
Co., of Boston, are about to start a daily evening Oriental pearls at random strung" elsewhere. Climate may be said to govern manu still there is an air""' of welcome 'that tir--7;.

Japer-xn that city. I facturing industry, between which and national i through the mansion,,and-a form of chee ifr ,
BURLI GTO Forry on the Climate of the United U. .,
States
wealth the closest: connexion exists; indeed, her e- page 313. reflected from the walls. His fancy chaff
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'pie* a conn of the parlor, and the prattling ANOTHER PROPHET.The last .
j >
'
prophet which jfc
children are permitted to swing upon it, and call has risen is one Keyl, a German, said to be from MjE IJTELWMPORT !; ? BLUE STORES"-TUIANGLE BUILDINGS.- ------FOR------ .-.---- -:-_. ;.
|
"old aStC8 When Pittsburg, who has taken up his residence LIVERPOOL.--Tlje fast l .
jt fancy. I look upon his in Co- --- Doyle & Bntman N' r.I r.
---- ship GLOBE ,
lumbiana county, Ohio, and impiously ---- -- -- Lowr has n$W Q\- '- I.
staff; his sideboard and l his chair, I immediatelyfall Christ." He has already a number styles of,himself -. OF APALACHICOLA.tay- --11.-- SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS, than half her cargo eng!.i IIi fol
into the reflection of how soon the smiles of lowers, whom he calls his witnesses, that he ISos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee on board will have quick despatc: for freijltt Yf.$

merry life are changed into the seriousness of sends out to preach. It is j stated they have made CLEARED. and at No. Natchez street, I apply to J DAY i C.,

great disturbances in Columbiana Ship Eben Preble, Perkins, for New York, by ap6 t- WsH-r st:
death, and how soon health, activity and beauty Rev. H. county parti- D B Wood & Co. N. ORLEANS. t s
cuiiarly in -
Huet's
.changed into the corruption of decay. or Gorman Reform. congregations (Lutheran Bark Tiberius, Howes, for New York-Master. FOR LIVERPOOL-The: _,.. uhip
Yours ) On one occasron, Keyl Brig Choctaw, Flitner, for New Orleans. Cd- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL B ENGLAND, Boothbvina.teryjX meet
&c. LA BRE3A. was presented: and
4' Christ," that he had declared himself to be the Dill Schr Cape Cod, Nickerson, for Boston, by S ERS in Paint, Oils Varnishes, Turpentine and with despatch, for freight !1\P"1 b :"\
come \: Co.
to
make Window Glass, &c. Will "
:i The U. S. ship Constitution has been condemned the )reparations keep constantly on WA&p1Ajrl, ',
to judc world Schr for
Boston
that
no one could 'touch his Bradjey, New Orleans, by J hand, a good;: assortment, of the above as follows : feb7 4 Colur".'; RIock". .
:-
New without his Day k Co. ;
at York as being unseaworthy. person permmision, WHITE"LEAD ....
ciations against all who dared uttering denun- Schr Vandalia, Arvants, for New York. -Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; _1-p. __ FOR NEW YORK-Th' .rt COM -

or:: The Hon. Dixon H. Lewis has been appointed another occasion he requested oppose all who him. On Schr J B Woolford, Small, for Fall River. White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red; ,,MERCE, Rogers, is up a, <**. Fcr? .;
believed Schr Aligator Lewis for New Yellow and Oxford Ocree Black
Ivory
him be 'u York. ; ; -
to Christ balance
by the Governor of Alabama to fill the to rise to their feet. A ma- Schr Seminole, Taylor for New Orleans. Chrome Green and Saxon dOj; of freight, having oait rf her- J,
of cargo
jority those engaged, apply to the Captaic _
vacancy in the Senate occasioned by the resignation rest who present O'Se, an old lady among the Schr Home, Hammond, for New Orleans. Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black ; mavl tc '
to KIMBROUGH & K > -
'
give special evidence of her faith, I Sloop J D Fish Forsvth, for New York. Green and Blue Verditter -_ W.Y.. -
of Mr. cried out Thou ; ,
King.EXEMPLARY art truly the Pht.0f_ ..i" wii, I SteamerChampion, Cadwallader, for N Orleans. Chrome Yellow FOR
n and do NEW YORK. Tic
lamentable 'lieu d Steam erOiixcinnat for Orange ; :'l'if' !but'
exhibition orimman : Charleston.
DAM. GEs"At the Circuit Cour weakness! GLOBE. Brazier *
FINE COLORS :Ultamarine and Cobalt: ; master, -:!\ix' 'n1rist
in Onondaga county, New York, J. S. Gardiner: [Boston Mail. AR RIVED. Lillow Lake and Crimson do; of her cargo engaged and g"1 t ,g on ttIVhl I

recovered of 0. S. Bassey: $150) damages for the Some philosopher saysIf rich, it is e3.3Y. Ship Marianna: Crocker, from New York, to Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red ; or\ nTeet:: ,with despatch.} For bala,IC.; orr ?i g&t
passage apply
to .
to McKay & Hartshorne.
enough conceal Chinese
seduction and abandonment of his daughter, un our wealth; ; but if poor it is fm Vermillion ; English do; ,

Brig Emeline Stark New
not quite so easy to conceal our York, to Nourse Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre CHARLES ROGER. r-1J ,
We i
poverty. & ;
der 'of marriage. Both parties were shall find it less ; Stonf' mil KIMBROUGH t
pretext difficult Terra do Seinna Brown & RTDGWAtFOR
to
hide Purple York do
; .
one thousand Brig Timoleon, Bliven, fm New York ; ; ..
guineas than to D B
farmers. a hole in Crocus Martis "
wealthy our coat. Wood &; Co. ; Mineral Green ; NEW YORK-sail* ;S bin1- I .1

(#J- A spinning and weaving establishment i!S I wish you had been Eve," said an urchin to Brig Choctaw, Flitner, fm New York,Master.. Emerald and Paris Green, &.C., &!:. .The staunch strong Packet :". MAt.- t

an old maid who was proverbial: for meanness.- Schr Massasoit, Draper, from Havana, to B Elli- OILS fc BRUSHES-Linsted Oil ; Do. boiled; HATTEN,Doane,master' 'ng a large '1\:
about being erected at the Tallaponsa falls nearTallassee son & Co. and cabin \
Why so?r' Because," said he, you would Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil ; airy on deck, will sail LS :t.v-e, jwror

Ala. The two counties of Montgomery have eaten all the apple, instead of dividing it Schr Schr Boston Seminole, Taylor.from from New Orleans. Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000; freight orpassage apply to the mast' -. toONE i'' -
New -
Bradley .
with Adam !" Orleans, to J
Varnish do. NOURSE ei
and Tallapoosa have now a capital invested in: Day &; Co.Steampr. of all sizes; & ,

manufactures, reahing nearly 300000. CULTIVATION OF FLO\VERs.-The lovers of Cincinnati, from New Orleans. Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8 ; Badger Hair ; myll 46 \V."t street. ,

sweet flowers may derive advantage from the Steamer Champion, Cad,vallader! fm Columb'us. Artists' Sable Filchers, fiat! and round; 4-N. FOR NEW YORK-TL, "'-.c \ '
DRtTsK1 The New knowledge, that Steamer Florence, Stapler! fm Coiurnbus. Brussels do ; Blinders of all sizes
: ESS.- York Aurora says :: gravely or sandy soils, ; MAGNOLIA, West, master_ ;.vill.aUt. : '.
the aroma. Those promote Steamer Siren, Van Ve;{'iten, fm Bainbridge. Sable it Camel Hair Pencils, 1 and 1 in \ ..
flowers $ | the above
of long
II It has been decided by the authorities of this I of the sand perfume are nativ'es Barge Flat Shoals, from .>Iarunna.FASFEXGRRS.: Stock and Kalsomme Brushes port on the 15ti. .. f&nt. t
lands
State, that a drunkard can be divorced, if his wife j in should Persia, Arabia, &'c", and those Marking Brushes, round and flat; passage; only having a fine Cabin on c" 4, 4'v1 .. ,
pot therefore be supplied with sanJ : ; to the master on board, or to l
chooses, and that his property can be placed under gravel. or Scrubing and Shoe brushes ; :
myll J. DAY &. CO. .
Per 52 .
?'eaTn"r Florence\\T*>-5ara Damnvrell Ar- :f'l ;r -
the control of tru3tees, and for Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do .- -, --
managed
the HAPpr'-E!Happiness! nf>H, Aoy!! Woot-n ; ,,'
thatglorious Whitewash FOR NEW YORK
exclusive benefit of his family? We imagine this which all the jewels of crown Pr steamer: SI'"en-C'iPt ,T R. Lloyd and hdy and Mop do; The tiLINE EMf-: "
world ,
which cannot erich ; =.fr TC'1ll11un33nd b'h', ,\ :rs''trnnon Dusting, Fancy and Shaving brushes ; :, Stark, master, wffneet: with .
decision will add to the list of total abstinent can receive studded with the diamonds ofthe heart, \ Pwell, .'Iis 'Fa 111, C'l.t: A,T Mr3 Bnnetr Gr.tt'Slis ( Clothes and Hair do ; Grate and Horse do; .- ,despatch. For freight or pa.-...- l t batit"", :, ;: .

considerably, and perform more towards decreas things no additional lustre from such ,.altr Capt J Y Smith, C.litt nt.o J.1.e Brocken- Fancy Feater Dusters; a commodiocs cabin on deck, apply t., -ie 'muteror 4'ir

ing habitual intoxication, than all the harangues as power, or wealth, or station. brou ii, Col H M Fanior, M.-orf- Footer:: Abel, F VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do to NOURSE & S \)\};. {." .;
Too FAR OFF.-' Why don't you limit yourself: ?' R Ely, Scarborough, BeUi2r: ThoBaltzell, Sker- Cabinet and ; ;:invll 46 Wz 'r ;;t..E't '. -.
the community of reformed drunkards ever de said a physician to an intemperate lock, J Gibson, W ;S Ceal, Roberts,, Hagner, Sin- Polishing Furniture do; -.--- :: .. ,
Mistic. ::
** person, set: for Pictures. &.C. FOR NEWYORK.-StarLzr-.Th.
down gletary, Long.
livered. a stake that will 1,
,' 'I do,' replied you the other go so far and no farther Per steamer 'ChamplOn-Re\ Mr Games and WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of) .fine fast sailing Packet ship "L\aTHA' ; l '
SPURIOtS BILLS.-We learn there in ; but I set it so family, Mrs N Chipley and family Mrs French WASHINGTON 11 .
are circulation t far offthat I always drunk McQuaid English and American. Tyler, wi: havi !e-
'
get before I get to it. and tamilv1'N "LT >pn"n 'u.tr I1' 'Hu_ for the !
bills of M patch above ,
some spurious the denominationsof Mixed port. For freight < r .. e- > )'
CO Paints >
.-- wade, Adams: Yarletonj; Corfin IWtt"I {d of all colors, for Steam Boats, p ;
Five, Ten and Twenty Dol1ar?, on the Bank of ----- --- Shipping and Plantation having superior accommodations, apni to '. ."
Kain, McLean Hutchins use; together with .
Moore Wells a
Milledzeville Phillips '
payable Wilkins Hunt, at Ma- COMMERCIAL. Garrison. variety of articles in the Painting line, too numerous i- McKAY & HARTSHC; ( 'jl
con. The plates are genuine, but the ._ ap27 40 Vat .
signatures r i Per steamer Siren-:Maj Bryan, Messrs Spratt. to mention. myll Iv st Pi ;
of T. H. Hall, Cashier and Seaton Grantland, MAIL Livingston, Sin letary, Branch, Bowden, Jones. FOR NEW YORK.-Th* \f. :,
President, are forged in a bungling hand. The Due ARRANGEMENT. Per schr Semmole, sailed for New Orleans-W ASHIOXABLE SPRING AND SUMMER[ ,brig MAGNOLIA West nw ... ;
sheets, we understand, have been surrepitiously Tuesdays:; and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M. G Porter and lady. J ii CLOTHING.-Just recc-ived: per ship Mari mr, ; 'Jtf"
Closes for '
obtained from the Bank, while they were in process Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10, P.M. Per ship Tarohnta, sailed for New York-Capt anna and brig Timoleon, a fashionable assortmentof despatch.loading For as above of and wil': ':t ,,itc .
frcm
of filling up, and after the name of Hunt had LATEST DATES. Stockton, lady, child and serv't, H Hurd and lady, Spring and Summer Goods, consisting cf:- cotton or freight she 100 fo JP ''';''' *j .
,
been inserted. We also l learn, that the Bank had Liverpool.. .... .April 4.Xew| Miss Stockton, Miss Sa-ah Hurd, Miss Loviia JJrap tVete Frock and Dress coats ; deck passige having a very spac u? wry'cabin

never issued any bills payable at Macon, which Havre. .. .. 2. New Orleans York..May,... 4.2. Hurd mings., Mr N Miller, JMr B Ellison, Messrs Cum- Black and blue Orleans Cloth do. the wharf on or ,to apply to the J master DAY ca& C atd at _

Havana. . .. .. ,
fact will aid in 20. Thibet
detecting these fraudulent issues. Chariest, .v 4. Per ship Eben Preble, sailed for New York-D Cloth do. ap27 52'Watt s. f'

i[:Columbus Enquirer. B Wood, lady, child and serv't, Mrs A Wylie, Gambroon Sack Coats; __
EXCHANGE. Mrs H \V Van Veghten. Summer Tweed, Frock & Dress coats; ; FOR RENT-The dwelling j'odne for: ,

THE BASK OF FLORIDA.-The Grand Jury of Checks" at sight on N York.... 3-4 pr. ct. disc't Per sloop J D Fish, sailed for New York-Geo Do do Sacks; J .iii; me-1y occupied by N. Baker, SitjaLd t.n1LjLive j jI

'this County, which has;just adjourned, it will be at"siht on Charleston.par. Wolf, H B Cheeseborough, T A Terry. Kentucky Jean do. do. !I Oak street, near the Florida :'re\

seen, has taken the failure of this institution into Augusta: ,. ....par. Drap fete Pants; Fancy Cassimere do. menade, a most desirable location and !.1 per'ct:
Savannah .
'consideration, and have found bills par. VESSELS IN PORT. Plain and order with all
of indictment *' :N Orleans.none.I figured gambroon Pants; thenecessaryout-hoUesL-ra: jr:od; ;
against Messrs. David S. Kennedy, J. G. Graham BillsonNewYork..3odays..i; : May 11.-Sloops and lighters not included. Summer Tweed do; Stackapus do. garden attached thereto. For further pit _'l1;: j

and E. G. Booth. The two latter, it will be remembered ....60 days..1 al a li| per"c dis't. Marianna SHIPS. Crape and twilled Cottonade do. inquire at the premises, or to. I t

had the sole control of the Bank since On all other Northern cities, the same rates. &; Hartshorne.Rothschild, Crocker' .,379 tons, discharging-McKay Granduville Pants; ap20 3t ROBERT. ; \

its resuscitation, and Mr. Kennedy was its agent (Br Fell 647 Plain and fig'd satin Vests; Fig'd Silk do. V
) tons for
Liverpool loading
COTTON Drugs ansi
Ifledicin
.
inew York and MARKET.
on whose credit and reputation -W A & P C Kain. Plain and fig'd Marsailles do.

the institution was founded. The Grand Jury There has been but a small business in the cotton Globe, Lowry, 479 tons, for Liverpool, loading- Also, a ;general: assortment of Handkerchiefs, THE'subscriber has taken the'Sto--e: ;'. na.ltz. ;\

have requested the Governor to demand these in/ trade this week, the few sale which we note J Day & Co.England Suspenders, Hosery, &.C., &c. Buildings, formerly occupied bf Mr.1. : ; "

-dividuals of rhe Governors of the State in which have been generally for foreign account. We (Br) Boothby, for Liverpool, loading. For sale by S. B. HAMILTON, T Caro, and as early as 15th of May n't!: .oen at .
they are, and our citizen the W A & P C Kain. myll 47'Water stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c.. s.c., forpizn ,
may anticipate quote: Ordinary 5| 5 street. J
I pleasure! of seeing these gentlemen, we a |; Middling 6 a 6|; Mid. Martha Washington Tpler, 472 tons, for N York, summer use, and in the fall will have ..1-g a.1C\ : _
presume, ling Fair 6$ a 7 Fair 74 -. 10adinglcKay te OTICE.-Six weeks after
an a short time. Some doubt mav exist as to the ; a HarU-horne date, I will apply complete assortment for country mercl..i, ;

right of the Governor to demand Kennedy, as he The sales of the week amount to 386 bales, as BARQUES.: to the Honorable Richard H. Long, Judge of; : ters and physicians. \'

if-a non-resident and concocted his actings and follows:-22 bales at 5; 10 at 5$; 3] at G; 53 at 6|;; Commerce, Rogers, 2S9 tons, for N York, 'load the County Court of Jackson County, for letters: ap20 *B. S. HA"rDY. ., "

tloinus in New York, though the deed was done 16 at 64; 62 at 6J; 79 at 6 11-16; Si at 64 23 at 7 Cumberland ing-Kimbrough tc Ridgway. administration on the estate James W. Exum, OF LUl\IBER.-Hav --,' .
; :;; (Br.) Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool late of said county, deceased. C. C' COBB. INSPECTOR ;t: re.iived '.
Florid* On tlii* we ive: no opinion but sincerely 1 at 7t. _. loadrng-J _
Diiy & Co. MariaTina. of Inspector of t isU>e/. 'r ,
hope that the Governor, who, we underr.and' I ,31heBrazter, 31/ tons, whiting-Mitstet. May 4th, IS44. mil 6w will attend at time to : : >w t
any
has the matter under advisement: COTTOX STATEMENT. Alabama, Merritt, 34S tons, waiting Master. NOTICE -S theduUes'fttiaj. ..
find .
:, 1 -The pointment. "
may I Stock on hand 1-t Oct.,.... .... .211 PLEASE following is a list ? .
\t has such power. The opinion is fast prevailing Received since our last,. ...1,163 BRIGS. either taken !flY mistake or stolen Cd: Office 42 Water street-up stair: ; '. -

that Kennedy is the head and front of this; <* previously. ..*. .... 115,425 Timolfon. Bliven, 202 tons, discharging-D B on the night of the late fire, from the store of feb2G PETER H(:-'ERT. -
offending and the tats-paws should not escape 116,829 bales. Wood <& Co. S. Dill &Co., 29 Water street:- --- .". .
while the contriver of the mischief unpunished. since Eveiine, Stark, 197, discharging-Nourse & Stone One fine Alpine black Dress Coat -VTOTICE-JOHN LUCASInspector si :
ea
goes Exported onr last,.... .2,419 Manhattan Doane ; :. ".
246 i.\
If he is demanded the Governor ton, for N York, load- Fivc black and blue surer Lumber for Franklin '
.. black
by sufficient t previously, .. ...104,373 ing Nourse & Stone. < Pilot Over Coats; count 1 pea ;: '

interest is felt in this matter to bring him here 107.235_ Magnolia, West, 135 tons, for N York, loading- One second hand Drab Frock Coat; to merit and receive a share of patronage.AC j .{ -01'0 '

nol m tolens to answer the injury inflicted on a Stock on hand not cleared,.... .9,544 J Day & Co. One fine fig'd silk vest pattern ; ON & LARD.-5 casks .
sides .
suffering! and indignant community. Paragon Brayton 20 4 thin otter fig'd vests 10 blk Silk B new ;
tons,waiting T L lritche1.,8CHOOXERS. ,. ; Hats; 2 casks new Hams -30 .
Of his guilt or innocence, tve of course intimateno FREIGHTS.To I 13J doz Palm leaf Summer Hats; Just received ; kegs La:d ,) '

opinion, but as the Garnd Jury have thought' Liverpool,.. .. .... .. .. ...l-2d pr Ib. Textor, Smith, SO tons, for New York-Chas 2 do Ladies Kid and Morocco Slippers ; per schr Boston forsa.r "-,. :

the evidence sufficient to warrant an indictment, New York,.... .. .'. .....SI 50 pr bale. Russell. S 1J do Men's Shoes and Brogans; ; feb23 DODGE &'Ui\RD.L;{ 1: .. I
,
trery legal effort should be made 1o make him an- Half-penny has been paid to Liverpool, and Thames, Sawyer, 106 tons, waiting-Master. 3 patterns of fine linen, for pants; 40Wr' .

iwer in the tribunals justice, the charg emanating $1' 50 per bale coastwise. _. 10 white Cotton Shirts with linen bosoms ; T)ACKING BOXES 20 large Dry GcJL ..;: 'H! ;

from so respectable a sotrce. EXPORTS. \G- NOTICE-We have appointed JOSEPH 2 boxes Soap; 3 do Segars; Forbalebv.. .

i[:T&tlahassce Sentinel. NEW YORK-Per ship Eton Preble-1,245 W. HAMMOND, our lawful agent to transact Also, a number of small articles of value too my4 J. STEVENSON & f 0.

bales cotton. Business for us during ocr absence from the Ter numerous to mention. Whoever will return, or 's. k
UNION BANK O.l\h'sISSIPPI.-The stockhold- Per bark Tiberius 9 bales cotton. I ritory. S. DILL & CO. give information of any of the above, shall be PAINTS, OILS, &c-75 kegs, White :, "a'; ;

n of this institution held a meeting at Jackson i Per schr Vandalia-IS cords wood, 10 sticks Apalachicola, May 8th, 1844. myll 3t suitably rewarded. S. DILL &. CO. 1 bbl Yellow Black Paint ; 10 do Greer. -, ..' .:
to the 15th: instant, and unanimonsly resolved to cypress. my4 It Water street. Ochre;. 5 bbl Linsee Oil; :7 i.
rcrrender into the hands of the Governor all the Per sloop J U Fish-269 sticks cedar. NOTICE.-CORNELIUS: GRADY, is my 2 do Spirits Turpentine; r ,

States bonds then in possession cf Ihe assignees Per schr Aliator-2 bales cotton. duly authorized agent during my absence from DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.- 250 galls Sperm Oil ; : :?

The;appointed a committee of eight gentlemento FALL RIVER-Per schr J Woolford-72: the Territory. JOHN KERNS. heretofore existing between 200 Paint Brushes, assorted, for sale by 1'-- ,
bales cotton. Apalachicola, April 27 1S44. the subscribers is this DODGE &
3t dissolved GARDNER
wait day
upon the assignees! of the bank, to requestthat NEW ORLEANS Per schr by ,
Boston-23S sacks mutual consent. aplG .
would in {:}- NOTICE JOHN The outstanding business of 40 Water s!. .
they proceed, company with the JONES, is my duly au the .
concern be .
committee to deliver the bonds to the Governor, I30STON-Per schr Cape Cod-50 bales cotton thorised agent during my absence from the City. and Wm.can C. Lawrence settled by"will either[ of the partners UNDRIES.-10 bbls Cider Vinegar; _-
[ remain until all
and take his receipt for them. They accordingly \VM. H. JONES. the aflairs of the 2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia; i.' ..
took the bonds and delivered them the Governor RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. Apalachicola, May 1st co-partnership! are closed, and in : '
to 1544, my4 3t 6 chests Teas, black &c. '
the meantime green :
Per will
steamer Florence-552: bales cotton to Kim attend to the cutting business. .. ,,
tj-five, who hundred gave them of these a recent.bonds: Then of :* were twen- brough & Ridffway; Go E P Butts; 16 Moore fc': ncr NOTICE.-CORNELIUS GRADY, is my ":;- All persons indebted will remind themselves 10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs, and Cloves:: j, .

$2000 each, :McKenzie: : 26 Preston & Ma clay: 40' order. duly authorized agent during my absence from (if they have any intention of paying their 10 boxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices; 0 '
amounting, in the whole, to the sum of five mil Per steamer Champion-101 bales the dues to 5 baskets SalaH Oil; 5 kegs Bar Lead.
lion cotton, Hill I, Territory. SAM'L. SMfI'H.Apa1achicoIa ), come forward and settle as promptly as : ':
of dollars. sAt O. Courier. Dawson A; Co; 83 W A & P C Kain; SoLockhart -, May 1st, 1844. tnv4 3t we have done their 30 bags Shot, assorted ; 1 case ardln.es''r
& Young; 10 Perrr &; Dickinson; 6 McKay te work.WM. 5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves -
; <
MR. BENTON o.v TIE TFXAS TREATY.-The Hartfchorne; 4 Kimbroush. & Ridgway. (!rJ- REMOVAL,-Messrs WHITMARSH & C. LAWRENCE, 5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale by. If -
Globe contains a letter from Mr. Benton, unon Per t-teamcr Siren-36 bales cotton to B S Haw- RICHARDSON, in of the late JOHN CAIGH. DODGE '
fire &
'the Texas lev 53 Lockhart 16 consequence Apalachicola: April 15, 1944. 2m GARDNER; : .'
ap20
treaty. He is in favor: of annexation : Young; Perry & Dickinson. have removed '
to No. 32 Water street where ap6 I
they 40 Water&fre(. \.
tad thinks about .: Per teamer Siren-7 bales cotton to B S 1Lxv .
it will be brought hereafter: r- offer for sale a general assortment of groceries JOTICE.The undersigned have this day '
'
but he tj opposed to the treaty now before the Se- ley.Per 'confectionary, fruit, &c. ap27 3t formed a partnership under the name and ( HA IRS CHAIRS -Received per ship 4.
barge-100 bales cotton to W G
Porter &
a te. He is: however for discussing the treaty i in Co 2 & Jones. : style of GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the transaction Marianna :.,I- '
Avery ;
Open{ Senate, aid: says he shall make a motion I to ATOTICE. -The partnership heretofore existing of a general Wholesale Grocery and Commission 10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chai FH '

that effrct. He charges tho who have origina- LMPORT5 JLin this place between the subscribers under Business. D. GOLDSTEIN, 3 tt curled 41 :.. ;

ted that treaty, wanting in "judgement and patr Ll- HAVANA-Per schr Mass!i oit-43 hhds sugar the firm of PRESTON & MACLAY," is this JOHN R. BEERS. 2 Boston Rocking Chairs, &%i.: '_.: :. -.: "" t

'otism," and their conduct inconsistent and di!. 2 ics, 146 bbls molasses, 29,000 s gars and day dissolved hv mutual consent. uoiumous, April h i, ib44. apia 'J flC 1 Mahogany u > CI. r l' .. '

creditible."-Charleston' Patriot. fruit to B Ellison &; Co. THOMAS PRESTON, Also-Sofas, Sideboards Beau e3.Us, Ttbles, k -'

NEW"", .-ORLEANS 0 -;-Per__.schr_ Bostn-24_ _ packs J. C. MACLAY. 0-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-The undersigned Sedsteads, Washstands, CurIe! Hair Mattrass "' t_ r

L01.08YT TRA CADIE.-We learn from the tonee; 40 PCS nagging IO JximDroujju at, xviuywuy; Apalachicola. May 8th, 1844. mil 1m have this day entered into business Feathers, &.c., all of which wIll be sola 1v for.., .- _
last 644 pkgs mdze to J & J Brooks. under the firm of cc "
Afirainichi RAIMOND & SCOTT aMmay PETER HOBjI.
Commission -
Medical Cashby-
Gleaner
that r'
; a Per schr Seminole-12 csks bacon, 50 bbls whif- CITY HOTEL.-J. W. HAMMOND, thank- be found at their place of business No. 31 march4 : ..... .
consisting of
and Gordon Doctors Key, Skenc, Toldervy key, 40 PCS bagging, to Kimbrough & Ridgway; 8 for the liberal patronage during the Water street-$e '< : ; .'t fr ;. I
have been investigating the nature, bhls molasses, 10 do flour, 5 do sugar, 8 do whis.key,2 winter, gives notice that the CITY HOTEL will Waverly House: AND .\VI ES.-Brmdy. rtlfi : -
origin and extent of the frightful and loathsomediseases casks bacon, \V G Porter te Co; 50 bbls he R. E. RAIMOXD, LIQUORS Co's : '* .
kept during the and & Seignette's. ,
- open ; summer pains r
now and flour, 80 sacks T L Mitchel 100 bbls every M. N. SCOTT. '
existing at Tracadie, Tabisintac corn, ; pota- anchor f. "
taken Gin-Hollmd brand. "
Kaguack. These gentlemen have decided that toes, McKay &: Hartshorne; 32 pkgs mdze Moore to accommodate boarders, that the conveniences Apalachicola, April 23, lS-t-t. my4 2m V-' ,
Old :
. Scotch :
the disease is the Greek not the & McKenzie; 9 do H It Taylor; 23.3 Preaston & : of the City afford my42tRocklaml : Whiskey- ; Monongahela.Wine ; .t- :
Elephantiasis of Elephantiasis; Maclav, 11 Cai't Sharpless.: Commission nu jneS5. -Old Madeira; Sicily; old pure Pot2, K
'toe middle the Arabians, but the leprosy of NE\V YORK-Per ship Marianna-1260( pks J.ale Ice rpHE undersigned would infrrm the citizens of Champaign, for sale by / .. "-

French ages of hat description which the mdze to Green & Connery: 70 Nourse & Stone; THE undersjiined, Agent! for the ROCKLAND _L Apalachicola, who may !be disposed to leave DODGE & GARDNER, _: ;: \ "v'
designate the .
Tubercular, and which raged 13 P Hobart; 5 W G Porter te Co; 317 McKay & ICE COMPANY, has ,just received for sale during the SUMMER AND FALL, any ante 40 Water st .
over nearly every pat of Europe between the Hartshorne; 102 Moore to McKenzie; 126 E P per late arrivals, a full supply of ICE which he articles of merchandize. That he has large and ; ; i'
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tenth and sixteenth centuries. The disease is Butts; 56 H R Taylor; 246 B Ellison & Co; 3 IS prepared to retail at the reduced price of five convenient Stores for thc reception and safe U71NDOW SHADES-A fresh assortrfleat d' '. ,\

contagious, and no person in this Province who Preston & Maclay; 220() KImbrough & Ridgway; cents per pound. The Ice House will be opened ; of the same. His whole time will be devoted keeping V 1' the latest patterns, just received itd 3k '

hu been unfortunate enough to contract it, has as 2 J B Hall; 75 Lockhart Az Young; 1 harper: every day from 7 to 6. A. M from 12 to 1, tohis- business, and when sales the of sale by B. ELLISON &-'Co. : ; ..
to amount
Jet that been the cured. The Medical gentlemen say, 9J Holmes Ress.; 11 A'r'he; 3 Hez Smith 5 FKopman; and from 5 to f, o'cioc') :.:, P. M Persons desiring $30 or $100 is effected, the same will be, in all ap6 33Wt.- -" .!'r'.

that the disease idea of has its no affitity to scrofula, and Per brig Eveline-55 pkgs mdzeV] A i: P C to pur hasp will: please nr'ice this regulation. cases, promptly remitted or deposited, as advised. MATTING FOR SUMMER CARPETS.-A''

diet of havIng atisen from the poor Kain; 109 Farror & Co; 1241 H H Taylor' ; 109 03- Steamboats and the Shipnmsf.! supplied The greater the variety the better for the sale of just receded. .. I
the
u not French settlers, or from filthy habits, Harper Holmes; 271 Green & Connery; 11 T j i I an:; flour nf the d'i}*. J. AMOUNT, Atent.Aachicola all. Shall fee! thankful for any and all favors. For sale by B ELLISON & CO., -

the clantst correct, as they found it existing in some of L Mitchel, ; 5 \V G Porter &: Co; 1 C Rogers- : JC3 !.hy: S, IHL myll tf E. J. HARDIN. ap27. 33 Water... wreck.. ...,
dwellings, and the most Moore 5c McKenzie; 22 Reas & Butt; 35 Kirn Colambu 3t, --- ----- ---- -- ----- : -t- : '
amoug res- April 13, 1844. *y4 *
.pecUbl families. ACKEREL.-15 bbU and 15 half: do No.1 L board Scbr.Home ;
SALE. ,
The disease to have brough & RidwIlY! ; 6 Lockhut & Young: I Pet- FOR -9n, :
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'ppears
$pread rapidly during the past yew and the Com- ton .l\IaclaYt..10 Ws: Df'J11.lrel: 13 S Shitt-r: ;' 1 LY Mackerel; just received: and for sale !by T IME-100 bbls Thomaston Lime. casks Lime; ": .

Tjiwoneri have seen upwards of-twenty cases.-' F Kopman; S Ellison & Co; 4 Perry & -Dkmn- my4. T. L. MITCHEL. JLJ For sale bymy4 100 bbls Potatoes, in good, order{ ':. .. .
ofwhjch they traced to son; 3 \V A Sehraidict.: PITCH : KIMBROUGH &; R1DQAY.. 20 casks Rice &c. '
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Per brig Timoleon pkgs mdzp 0 D IIiiiiri: ; OAKUM, & received A. LxCLEM JtTS ,' x :"
[St. Jtfin i : ::>> bales BLINDS.A apoo _., > -
Oakum PaNS WINDOW -
paper. 691 Nourse & Stone; 1 Lockhart & Youn4 WG : ; PARENT ---------------- '1"1 S
{Q-'The vote of Porter'\: Porter Ac Co; 3 T L Mitch l: 83Ioore 10 bbls Pitch; 1 b2autiful article-assorted patterns., &.. BAGGING.NorthiFn! 'Bale Jpe// .. _

that ofihc State of the city of New Y)* exceeds &: McK nzie; McKay & Hart hom ; 38 DG'RaneYi 6 do Tar, for sale by" For sale by B. ELLISON & cci., .ROPE India Bagging, for We byJ*.' ', : ,-', _

Conneticut. I. 970'order. ip64t! ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO. ap20 33 Water street. ap20' B ELLISON k CO:;' 33'WatO-st.. .
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I ,1990LUTION, OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICES, INSURANCE AGENCIES.

t I' : .The co-partnership heretofore existing be- THIS establishment is Mill kept up in the best

t :' *0 'the: subacribars! is this day dissolved by Apalachieola District of Florida.In NOTICE-Six weeks after date I shall apply THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIPFIRE neatest style. No pains nor expense j is

Jt. ., mutual consent. The outstanding business of Court Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the INSURANCE COMPANY, : spared by the proprietor to render all comfort

I t : the'concern can be settled by either of the partners Superior Loubat -Franklin County. County Court for the County of Franklin; for i Office, J\To. 57 Wall Street, J\T. Y. I. able who favor him with a call. The table j it
Alphonse .
fend Wm. C. Lawrence will remain until all l IN CHANCERy. Letters of Administration on the estate of Amory Insure Dwelling-houses, Warehouses and BUIld.ings spread with the very, best the market affords, IM

I' 4,. the sirs of the co-partnership are closed and in David D. Churchill Rogers, deceased, late of Franklin County, Fla. in general, Merchandise, Household the services of the most attentive servants are lee

",,: p kk l, the meantime,will attend to the cutting business. TT ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage.the B. T. GARO. Furniture, Ships building, Ships in Port .cured. Feeling grateful for former liberal patron
j to the Court affidavit that
I(/ i:, : '((0 .All 'persons indebted will retmnd them- X said appearing David by Apalachicola, March 231844. and their Cargoes, and ovary description age the subscriber hopes to meritits contlnuaW.
D. defendant
Churchill the above
\\1 ; Jf! wires (it they have any intention of paying their of personal Property, BENJ'N HURDT
t resides the of this Court and afterdate I shall apply
; beyond jurisdiction weeks ,
.dues), to come forward and settle as promptly asfrt NOTICE.-Four AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE. Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. febS tf
: it\ out of the of Florida but within the of the Counf-
t \ hare done their work. Territory H. Long.)udge J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.R. "
;, United States It is ordered, that be Court of Jackson for an allotment of APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE?
; ,, 1 : 'Vl.l. C. LA'VREN CE, : publication ty County, W. MARTIN, Secretary. .
o I 4, t ,\f JOHN CAIGH, made: in some newspaper published in the city of my dower in the real and personal estate of PUBLIC are respectfully informed that:

: 2m Apalachicola, once a week for four months, requiring Frederick L. Ming deceased. DIRECTORS. THE above Establishment has been entirely .
'I' Apalachicola, 15,18U. ap20 J. SMYTH ROGERS ROB'T McCOSKRY, refitted
t : .
1 t i' ,! him to appear and answer the said bill of SUSAN A, MING. JAMES BRYAR HENRY PARISH; and is now open for the reception of.per."

: J b \vT\tSSOLUTION: OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. complaint on or before the expiration of that Marianna April 25, 1844. my4 4w JAMES McBRIDE,- REUBEN WITHERS, manent and, trancrent boardersand the subscriber

.7 I k fr JL/,The co-partnership heretofore existing under time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed dateI hall JOHN ADAMS, 'WILLIAM SCOTT, hopes by strict attention the business of hit
h
after apply
,. ) i *fcthi, name and style of "SHERMAN & FORD," against him and such further order given in the NOTICE Hon.-Four R. weeks of the County -- JOHN HAGGERTY, F. SUYDAM, house to be second to none in rendering his gUestt
p If t. vnt this day dissolved by mutual consent. premises as to the Court may seem justice. H. LongJudge of G. C. VERPLANCK, PETER ,. NEVIUS, comfortable.

t },' L. SHERMAN, (Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, Court of Jackson County for an allotment JOHN JOHNSTON RICHARD IRVIN Oysters, Game&c. servea up at all hours, arJ
dower in the real estat of Lackland M.- KERNOCHAN ROOSEVELT
t.; S,. R. FORD, J. &. L. BRANCH, Clerk. my : JOS. C. V. S. in the best style. The Bar attached to the hota e;
: D. STONE.
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deceased1. HANNAH
r" Apalachicola, Feb. 24, 184-1. Solicitors for Compl'tarApalachicola Stone, JOHN I. PALMER, E. D. URLBUT, usual is stocked with the best Wines and Li.
as ,
Manama, April 25,1844. my4 4w P. LORILLARD, GEO. P. POLLEN,
Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4m the lib M
,f : ; I Ii JAMES McCALL WM. COLGATE, quors. Grateful for patronage heretofore
f THE undersigned makes known to' his friends -Six months after date I'will apply 'LOWELL HOLBROOK.. received, he hopes that hiS' MendS and the
Court
Franklin
4., and the public that he has purchased the! entire Superior NOTICE Hon. Judge of the County Court forFrankhn The undersigned have been appointed agentsof public will continue to sustain him.-

interest of his late partner, and will continue the Spring Term, 1844. County, for leftersof dismission on the the above Company, and are empowered to issue HEZ SMITH.

t, business under his own name at the old stand. A. G. Scmmes, ) estate of John Norton, late of said, county- de. policies of insurance against loss or damageby Apalachieola. Dec. 18th, 1843..__. declS tf

i' ,y 1 teb26 S. R. FORD. vs. '> Damages $500Attatchment.Elias : ceased. JAMES GREEN- Adm'r. fire, on a?favol'abJ.e'terms as other'offices...

t 4'V. Simpson, ) :1 Apalachicola, April ri, 1844. .. a2t>am NOURSE & STONE, Warehouse Charges adopted .y'
V. SPRING AND SUMMER defendant and all persons interested are the Cotton Fres a-,
THE .
FASHIONABLE
a i Just received per brigs Caroline of the institution of the above suit "\TOTICE.Six months affci1 date,I shall apply Apalachicdla,March 23,1844. 46 Water st.JETNA for storage will be received at tie

,I { E. Platt and Wm. L. Jones, a fashionable as- and are required to appear and plead as requiredby 1\ to the Honorable"Judge of the County Courtof HE INSURANC COMPANY of COTTON if compressed within one mouth

J -I ..' ,. tortment of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting law. A. G. SEMMES. Jackson county, for letter of dissmissttm from T HartfordConn.The undersigned agent for no charge will bo made for storage, but 4 ceau,

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\ ,' t. a dlaclc and blue Orleans Cloth do., Franklin Superior Court. dolph, late of said county, deceased. Insurance against Fife, and loss or damage on riot compressed within one month, 20 centsbale per

I """ .C' n Thibet Cloth do. Spring Term, 1844., FRANCIS R. ELY, E cutor.- rivers on favorable terms. Th capital of the will be charged for storage, and 5 cents per

Gambroon Sack Coats; Hyllyer Bush & Co. i Marianna. Feb. 1st1844. feb6 6m. above company is large and invested in the safest week thereafter. Time computed from date tf

r Summer Tweed, Frock & Dress coats;- possible manner, and its settlement of losses has- receipt until delivered to lighter or vessel. Col
Foreclosure of
vs. > Mortgage.Wm. TGTICE-Six months afterdate :T shall apply :
: Do do Sacks; been and liberal hands will in all cases be liable
: always prompt ton changing t to
t'\ Kentucky Jean do. do. H. Shepherd. J .k N to the Judge of the County Court for Frank'* order inclusive.
dateof
DAN'L J. DAY-Agent. from TOR.'
L" Cassimere do.. defendant and all persons interested are lin county, for letters of dismission from the administration new storage
fete
Dr Pants Fancy
.t .>>, Plain Jl and figured1;gambroan Pants; THE notified of the institution of the above of the estate of Martin Snyder, late Apalachicola, April 8, 1844. ing out for sampling or weighing and re-storfo
be
g, Summer Tweed do Stackapus do. suit, and. that I will apply to the Judge of the of said;county deceased., subscriber, agent for the, PROTECTION same, 8 cents per fcale.Wantages to asses*!
; in
!'f. rape and twilled Cottonadc do. Superior Court of Frankin County, at the Spring iPea5, 1843. B. F.. NOURSE, Exr. THE COMPANY, of Hartford, by the press when the cottOn the comes face of and tie
t' term of said Court 1844 for foreclosure of said and amount assessed endorsed on the rt.
Graiduville Pants a Conn., with full to receive proposals
; power :
Silk do., mortgage. A. G. SEMMES, Plff's Att'y. NO ICE.-Si months after date, I shall apply issue favorable tWins as other ceiptAH/ .
i Plait and satin Vests Fig'd to policies on as
r i; figd ; Have six
of the tb
to the Honorable the Judge Court c'dttons are required good asj
L Apalachicola, Nov. 24, 1844. apl2Q 3m insure loss or
; Marsailles do. offices is to against
11 Pla i and fig'd good prepared ; bark
for the county of Franklin for letters of Dismis- sufficient ropes. Grasstow, or cotton ropn \
I l !'' Also, a general assortment of Handkerc'hief9"f' Franklin Superior Court. sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of damage by Fire.and'a1so to take Marine and Inland for- : will be Considered unmerchantable and deficieat.

: Suspenders, Hosery, &c., &c. Henry D. Darden, ) Attachment for $12,000.vs. said county deceased.: risks. The reputation of this company is Alt deficient ropes will be charged at the rate tf:

I /Y" For sale by S. B. HAMILTON, > Damages $25,000. S. H. HARTSHORNE, settling losses with promptitude and liberality 121'center per ropeand bagging at the rated
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4, 47 Water street. well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
I t I !: p6 Daniel McDougald, ) Nov. 301843. 45 Administrator. 25 cent*per yard:
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J '". Cabinet defendant and all others interested are Apalachicola, April 8,1844. A. DOWNER Agent
FurniturcrTETER THE -- --- I
,. notified of the institution of the above 1STOTICE.-Six months after date shall'apply -- -- for fit Screw Preu.
have
% a / ROBERT, No.42Vater street, J, ''wI to the Judge of the County Court for Frank. Ready Made Clothing : K&tau\it
: received late arrivals from the North suit, and are required to plead according to law. C.' fylLSON, Pro
,J -JL just per lin county- for letters of Dismission from ,the' MILLER & CO., 45 Water GUYON-
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS, H. & ,-
N .
of CABINET FURNITURE -
I ,""; the follo'vmgArticles Atty's for Pl'ff. administration of the estate of Robert:Robinson,. : ; street, have just received florida Lever Prat.Apal'achicola .
which he offers at reduced prices-: late of said countydeceased.H. late arrivals, general assortment '
1 -vvSofas Sideboards and Apalachicola, Nov. 22d 1843. feb193m per PeC. fat, 1843. d7 tf
I Secretary's. B. STON 'Adm'r.Apalachicola of NEW and FASH-
jaI.. f' Dressing Beaureaus and'Bookcases ; : Franklin Superior Conrtr Dec. 4, 1843. 6m"VJOTICE :a IONABLE READY MADE Rates of Whahfiage.

(1./ Mahogany Rocking Chairs;' to Spring Term, 1844. CLOTHING'! consisting of Over -rollowmg are the Rates of Wharfage or;
: Gilt do Cane Back and Seat -Six months after date I shall apply
;
Raphael Moses, ) Coats-Sacks--SurtoutS Pant-- JL all'Cotton, Merchandise landed orped' ship"
i Boston do of various sixes; ATTACHMENT $302 20. JL\ to the Honorable Judge of the County Courtof .
Vests, &c., &c., as follows: from the Wharf at this Port :
;
1 and Curl'd Chairs Damages $500. Franklin ,for letters of Dismission'from
f Mahogany Maple ; William Tilley. 5, county Cloth, Beaver, Flushing and On Cotton, per bale-lamfed..6J cents.
? 11 & Windsor do-of various the estate of Willis Yondeceased.A. '
.*r, I Fancy patterns; p THE defendant and all: others interested, will : -- Satinet Over Cots; On rt' shipped. 6J "
IfLadies j Work Tables; Looking Glasses; take notice of the institution of this G. SMITH, Administrato* !
,, 'Plain black- bluebrown and invisible green Oh''Goodrver! barrel, landed, (estimating
1 1- ; Looking.Glass Plates-; suit attachment and to the Apalachicola, Nov 11,1&43. nil 6m :
by and'appear plead Frock and Dress Coats; five cubic feet or 200 lb$.

!. ; Willow Travelling.Baskets, all'sizes; same according to law. R. J. MOSES, N OTICE.-All persons indebted to the estateof : Clothcassimere and flushing Sack Coats; nett, equal to a barrel,).<. . .3 "

a Willow Cradles and Waggons. jan29 Apalachicola, Jan. 30th 1844. febr!} 3m HENRY BEADLE:, deceased, are requested Cloth, cassimere arid sattinet Pants of different On Goods,'per barrel, shipped. .3 '

a! [" 17M. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large In Jackson Superior Court to make immediate payment to the sub- Cblbrs and patterns*;" Salt, per sack, landed.... ...3 IIC I

VV and'well- selected stock of DRY GOODS, To the Spring Term, 1844. scriber; and all persons having deman& against Plain and figured silksatin,.Valencia'andcassimere : U' ,II U' r* shipped.'. .,. .3 "

1: consisting ofCloth:- James Boon, ) said estate will present them duly authenticated vests; ood'per cord.'. .. . 25 "

,, Ca simeres,and Kerseys; vs. V LIBEL FOR DIVORCE within tbe'time prescribed by law, or this notice White mtislin and-linen Shirts;' u lumber, per M feet . 50 "

J ). ,: Sattinets, Flannels: and Blankets; Piety Boon. > will'be plead in bar of their recoverv. .Colored do db do Bricks,.per M.-.. . .". 50 I

...: i' Foiei&n and Domestic Prints; defendant in said case, will take notice JAMES GIBSON, Administrator. Red and white flannel Shirts and Draws;: : U Shingles, per .l'I.-' .12$ "

4 (,. : Brown-Drillings and Irish Linens r THE we shall proceed to take the testimonyof Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. ap20 2m Striped shirts! ; Negro Pants;' Saks' of meal, corn, oats, or ,.i

,J. .;.. Bleached unbleached, Sheetings! '; Dr. Nathan J.-Pittman, William Gay, William ,OTICE.-A14 persons having: claims' against Socks and Mittens; Boots and Shoes other merchandise, containingnot f
r N Hats,' Caps &c., &c. jan29 '
'V 'I Shirtings ; Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the :the estate of Mrs. MARY A. SCOTT, deceased more than three bushels..2 "

: t.; '. ;', Cotton Osnaburgs; sixth day of May next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at will please present them within the time : ThomasE.Gr All lumbe*,salt merchandise, shipped I

t. ,. 'k a 'J And every other* tlcle in their line'adapted the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount, prescribed by law-- or this notice will bfe pleadin HAVING opened a Tailoring board vessels or steam-boats, from other vessefy!

t J \ Ti A' :; _to the country trade. dec4 y North Carolina, by interrogatories now filed with bar of their recovery; and' all those indebted Establishment in the room lately steamboats or rafts, lying at the Wharf, will (

J. j. o'r k SHOES.' -A prime assortment oft the Clerk of said Court. will please calF:and settle the same. f occupied by D H. Pallais, Esq. charged onevharfage only. I
t 1 YONGE & TAYLOR, EJ WOOD Administrator.ApaIachitbIa. Wh'arfage on cotton,"or other merchandise laiul"edto II
1 j- -Tl Boots'and I l1 t fsalby B ELLISON CO., Solicitors for Complainant. April 10, 1844. ---- apflT2m F. Kopman's store, where he is be'paid by the consignee; and vtheixship* I
f. ; : Marianna, April 2d, 1844. ap9 1m ped by the party taking the bill of Lading. ;'
ap3 33 Water st. prepared to execute all'orders in
'. I .::k 1SJOTICE--A11 persons indebted to the estate All goods and merchandise not enumeratd

.r T n 5 UiMER'HATS-2j doz of fine Summer Hat! ,I Territory_ or_Florida._ A.' of GABRIEL FLOYD, deceased;'are re- workmanlike manneiyand trusts above will be charged arc 11'eSponding rates.Vesselsj'lighters' I

'I'I I > ,& .: .:)'just received and for sale by ;,: JACKSON COUNTY. quested to make immediate payment to the un- to give general satisfaction tb and steamboats, lying at t1} .

!t fcif > febl. S DILL & CO., 29'Water st. In Richard Wilson Esqr.'s Justice's Court.M. ,dersigned, or her agent D. G. Raney, Esq., and --. those who may favor him with Wharf, and not receiving or discharging cazg '
.. their
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Cavert ATTACHMENT for 26' all claims demands patronage.
L.
) $31 persons having or against will be
: / required to for the use ofthe berth tk
3forch
:<. C\N CONSIGNMENT hhds CROCKERY 23, 1844 pay ,
; vs. > Returnable to March Term said estate, wills present them duly authenticated sum of two dollars and'
; fifty cerits"p r day, andy
a j il _, Ware, assorted-forcountry trade; Henry B. Cooper. ) 1844. ,within the time prescribed by law or this notice floot amt give to vessels boats
'Sbooltin'
way or landing or dischargiof,
f 1 Chewing baccor manufactured by A. Left- defendant and all others interested are :will be plead'in bar.SARAH. THOMAS' The It
Article
THE CLARK having moved following of the Regulations oxta t tApa1achit !
i : 't wich, Va., some superior cross brand; notified of the institution of the above' M.. FLOYD, Executrix.
V I to the Store la Chamber
; formerly Jojseph : of Commerce will
occupied
If
Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery; I suit by attachment. required to appear and Apalachicola, March llth-1644. mil 2in .... by -
._ Schrodt'-respectfully informs the strictly adhered to:-=
ind. Tin Ware-
I H01Jo J -i i i ---Tmm
plead to the same as the law directs. I
i .. citizens of Apalachicola and1 the Consignees of cotton shall be allowed tint
ery". Hatsl.Bootsand'Sboes' &.c., M., L. CAVERT, Plaintiff. OTICE.-All persons* having claims against upCountry -
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ALSO; I Marianna, Feb: 20 1844.. m23 N Thomas Williams late of Jackson county,". that he will attend to the'above business days for their' cotton to remain on the wharf,as?: 1'C

r- .? Sugar;.Coffee, and Canal Flour; deceased, are required to present the same duly in all branches. French calf skirt.Boots made purchasers two days, without incurring exts

.) it r. ':' O1d:Sherrr Wine, in cases; Territory FloricTtS.:!.. authenticated within the time prescribed by law to order.- He has also on hand a supply of French wharfage. If after notification by the wharficafr tt
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a 4 'J All1 of which will be sold very low for cash JACKSON COUNTY.. or this notice will be plead in bar of their r--- Gaiter. Bpdts and Shoes, new and fashionable !they allow it'to' remain a longer-time, they oaf I

k : DAVID G. RANEY : In Richard Wilson,.Esqr's Justice'Court., :covery. All persons indebted to said estate are style, which'will be sold as low for cash aritt-any incur an extra wharfage 01'6i;cents per bale,kt

jan29 43 Water street. I Horace Ely ) Attachment for $38 06. I 'requested to make immediate settlement. house in the'city. _ocf.'28. every twenty-four hours that it remains tbe ret '

vs. > Returnable February term. THOS. M'WHITE, Administrator. ter.V ood amllunber shall not be allowed tf 1'I
HINTS,. OILS, &c.-75-kegs White Lead; Henry Cooper. 3- 18 J4.. i a Mariann ",.Jan. 19th-844. jan22 6mADDLERY (AT THE" :I.. A. LeGRy, remain! more than t\T' !nty.four hours without in*

.. 10kegs Black Paint ; 10 do Green ; rpHE defendant and, all others interested'are ( OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,) currmg an extra wharfage for twenty-four hour1

1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5.bbl Linseed Oil; Jt hereby notified of the institution of the above ; ; -Received by late arrivals from COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. thereafter." ,1AU'bills

ITT! j 2 do Spirits-Turpentine; suit by attachment, and'required! to appear and ,R:) New York, another assortment of Saddlery,' ,, TAKES this methodof inform will'be presented monthly for c nJ.tidn 1

I 'j 250.'p.1ls Sperm.Oil ; plead to the same as the !law directs. consisting of ing the public, that he has just NOURSfi & STONE.4

,; c 200 Paint Brushes,.assorted, for sale by HORACE ELY, Plaintiff. i Ladies' and Gentlemens' Saddles I- returned from New1 Ybrk-with a A'palachicola-Dec., 1843. ,tfj. 3I
a Coach Harnesses, new and'splendid assortment ofJEWELRY 3a
: DODGE GARDNER, Marianna, January 30th, 1814. eb5 3m .
:
apl6- 40 Water st., BU gyDouble Ie Roberts4lletf Cd'., .
Franklin Superior Court. 'Wagon Harnesses* :Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a on hand and for sale: ii
JJAE
:b, .; QUNDRIES.-10 bbls Cider Vinegar; William Lawrence, Compl'O Bill for Divorce. Collars and Hanes- new pattern of beautiful Breastpins-among them and bar"Iron; BI cksmith's TooIs n

I ii OA 2 bbls Copptras; 8 mats Cassia; vs. S- December Term, Bridles and Bridle Bitts,. some DIAMONDS of' the first water- Gold and : German, English Blister and Cast steel t:

4f' 1:e 6 chests Teal, steen, black,,&c. Elizabeth Lawrence.Def't., ) 1843. I Martingales, Circingles and<< Girts Silver"" Thimbles, GaUl and Silver Pencils, Gold Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 1& galls; ;

L 10 kegs Saleratus; 3'do Nutmegs and-Cloves C.'AME the compla.mant"by counsel, and it appearing Stirrups and'Stirrup Leathers, and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob Hollow.Ware.wholesale and retail; a

? r 10 boxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices; to the satisfaction of the Court that the' Carpet Bags of various kinds Chains;. Silver Spoons, Plated Castors-! Ma.itle 'Vrou& t'aDd Cut Spike;; Nails: '1'(

t ,. 5 baskets Salad-Oil -kegs-Bar Lead: defendantTesides beyond the limits of the Territory Also, a few Calf Skins and white'and'red Lining Clock.; fine Knives;,,&c. &c., which he will sell Brass Ahditons ; Fire lions'J tJ:
: of Florida. Therefore is considered 1
30 bags Shot assorted; \ Sardines it by the low for cash. Pldtform ScaI s Beams and1JaUancesj I '
L case ; Skins, all of which will be so d11o\v for Cash, *;
that the defendant do .
Court here on before Tin Ware'of all'{
r 5 cases Pickles; 1 Prtcrves appear or I kinds, wholesale & retail
L a. 5do Tomato Catsup for salt ; the expiration of three calendar month from the by PETERHOBART.. FULL JEWELED GOtDV ATCHES.AS' CHEAP AS Also-a'general assortment of' Hardware., .'
by date hereof .and the march4 SEVENTY
answer complainant's billof DOLLARS They are'also prepared to attend to ortKflfor1
i DODGE k GARDNER, complaint or the same will he taken pro cpnfesso. : An kinds Watfches and Clocks repaired, and Iron or Brass Castings, Blacksmithing any 'J'iJi
SUMMER
HATS &
LEAF
BONNETS
::1 ; : aplSlef 40 Wtfrr street. And it is further ordered that a copy of this order PALM warranted perform well. Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and Ccfpel'
t. -; AND, WINES.-Brand- be published in the Commercial Advertiser for I supply just received and for sale by Ni B\ Persons residing in Apalachicola Roofing on reasonable terms. janl lf ,
p ; f IQUORS >-otard, three months consecutively. ap3 B. ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st. or
4 VM & Co's A along the river, wishing their Watches' other
Dapuy ; Seignette's. (Copy.) Teste, GEO. F. BAIiTZELL, Sprint; & Summer Goods. -
I Gin-Holland, anchor brand. MOSES, Solicitor. Clerk. WINDOW SHADES-A fresh assortment of Jevrelry repaired, having an opportunity to send STEVENSON & CO,- have just receiveper ,

p ia : Whiskey-Old'Scotch ; Monongahela.. patterns, just received--and; fart them by trustworthy4 Hands, during the, boating J. late arrivals and offer for sale on pleas Dl
1 :: Wine-Old Madeira; Sicily; old pure Porv, AT CHAMBERS, April'13th, 1844. sale by B. ELLISON & Co. season, can have them repaired'by Mr. LeGay t rmsa' handsome SPRING aaa,
0 Champaign/or sale by THE Superior Court for the County of Cal. apl6 33 Water st. and returned with nearly the same despatch as assortment of
SUMMER
-i; DODGE & GARDNER; fixed by law to be held on the fourth though his establishment were in Apalachieola GOODS, consisting-part of- ,

ap6 40 Water st. Monday of this month is hereby adjourned to the DAMAGED GOODS.-Goods slightly damaged Columbus;,Ga., Oct 15, 1843. 40 tf Ribbed:Fine black Cashmerett; ... ." IA
-: th>d Wednesday of May next. on the night of the late fire, for i fancy and plain Gam -
a ) CnryflBLS! prime Western Flour just rec'd, SAM'LV.. CARMACK, Judge :sale by B ELLISON & CO., GOSHEN CHEESE --A fresh lot just received Super white Drillings and fancy Frnci C-'

J jj'j'for sale by B. ELLISON & Co. ap2t et. of the District of Apalachicola. ap13 33 Water st by B. ELLISON & Co. mers; Brown and grass col'd linens"; lv

ap6 33 Water st. apl6! _33 Water st. Washington and Ripka stripes;( rol"l ClOth'sFine rt
I OF APALACHICOCA Fla.-' TOOUS, SPIKES, &.c. :- and
DISTRICT BLACKSMITH'S LOCKS.-S-2UOO ftcommon, bushed medium i painted Lawns; ..
and
I S "O ELLISON &. CO. offer for sale an extenJfiX and Pall Term*'of tile Superior Anvils- Vices and Blacksmith's'Bellows :B assorted'sizes, for sale by plank Mexican misturfes and Iowa cloth, a new are' fo,

1 t: live assortment of Merchandize,suitable for Court.-By an act of the late Council, the terms ; feb26 W A WOOD tide; Extra superfine Balzarines is
the Sprmgtrade, consisting of ,of said Court appointed as followsSpring :- 20 kegs 4, 41 and 5'inch Cut Spikes; 23 Water st.9Offo Medium do.; Gingham do. "'article; b'1
; a n
E11' -. Groceries; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes; rmn.-...Washineton County, fourth : 50: do assorted Nails. LBS rf wroqght Spikes, assoffed. Linen Checks and Satt en,suitable for'Sacki; th

-. Bonnets:and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods; Monday in March ; Calhoun, fourth in April ; For sale by For sale by Fancy Prints, comprising a great variety, p" 'ci t:

Crockery and Glassware; Hardware; !' r"k first in May Jackson, third in May. ap2T4t ROBERTALLEN & CO. ap6! 4t ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO. and purple colors;

I- Woodware-Bruhes, &c &c. mar30 fall Term.-Washington County,second Mon. IRON.-Assorted sizes, just received XES.-A fresh lot of,heavy Kentucky Axes, ErkstoGinghams, light colors;
i MU; ,:,' day in November; Jacks'n, third in November; SWEDES sale by B ELLISON &, CO., A just received and for sale by Finehemstitched linen cambrick Handkfs;
E1i I'tHA1tS! CHAIRSReceived! per ship Franklin, first in December Calhoun, third in Do.
Marianna ; ap27 33'Water street. ap3 B_ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st with'col'd borders, for'gents;
t :' -.J Black
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and
I F- 10 dozen Cane Seat Chairs December.ROBERT FOR SUMMER ARS.-2000 feet assorted'''srzesr- : white Silk Hose;
Maple MYER, U. S. Marshal.Apalachicola.April15 MATTING CARPETS-A O i i Fine white and'c )'ct Cott n do.
', 3 II, II curled 1844. ap20 1m just received. For sale by W A WOOD, Gents-fine whitelid Glovts l

i :, 2 Boston Rocking Chairs, For sale by ELLISON & CO., feb26 ._ 23' Water st. i 1 Ladres-'do Cottl db ; "- I
I ;; 'If OAP-lO'bcs No. gMUmJaiow ; j-"
.k 1
Mahogany" S bar Soap .. ap27 33vWater street. Leather j i Fancy Handkfs : Sath'n Ribbons; -
and Hair gause
;
; lOboxei NYork TRUNKS.-Iron1'Bound
; Also -
Sofas Beaureaus
Sideboards, Tables, U u I 1
Russia Fans .
.. OR SALE.-On board-Schr. Home Diaper'and'Hoc&back; ;
l ;c Bedsteads Washstands Curled'Hair 5 Wfoptotertbest : '
Mattresses family. .
feb12 Linen netting;
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MILLER = -
4 musqueto
fA Feathers will be 10 Kimball'. 100 casks Lime; 45 Water'st. Sheetj'ngs; 8 II
fee, all of which sold low for superior ShavuK and Toi. A mull jV1'1 Iapi3
100 bbls Potatoes, in good order good'assortment of Swiss ,
;i CMbb7 PETER HOBART. let'Soap. ; pILOT ANb NAVY BREAD.-50 obis Pilot

'are.h4 20 bbla Soap, the best and cheapest fcr wuhins 20 casks Rice, &c. JL 50 do Navy, for sale by lpl'ud'Moshn',-&e., &reo. ., j

t r\ ; and stowing cotton.' ap20 A. L. CLEMENTS.F feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water! "st. !/CORDAGE,&:'OAKUM.b .-' -
f: HZtS SAFES.-.Assorted sizes. Just received and for talc low I assorted;
by & BAGGING. Northern 75 coils of-Manilla Cordagtf,
aa( For sale by B ELLISON & CO.; ,- ROPE Bale Rope HHDS Nw Bacon, just receiv d (
and
S. DILL & CO. India Bagging, fonale by 30 'for 25 biles'Oakttm,!for saltf .
I .- "i 33WaUritrt t. ; : salby B. EIJL'ISONCo .' 1 .'.
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1 i mtrl J 29 Water ex ap20 B ELLISON CO., 33 Water at. I P16 33 'ater-sf.-J- apis "' DOLl\J' .11.::'bYtJ' f!N 1tJett,1:01\ 'CZ1rt


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