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COMERIAL ADVERTISERS,
PUBLIS-IHED *EVERY SATURDAY
.. <..* BY
; ,A. DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN.
1 Oic4 third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce & Chestnut streets,

,AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertisements of ten lines or less (twenty lines
-' or more ih proportion,) conspicuously inserted
'. at the following rates:
Oie yrear,....... 10 00 Oee month,..... .2 50
Six months, .......7 00 Three weeks,.....2 00
Three months,......5 00 Two weeks,.......1 50
Two months,'.....4 00 One insertion,..... 1 00
-Whenfadvertisements are sent without any spe-
cial directions as to the number of insertions
required, it, will be understood that they are to
Sbe published U'NTIL FORsBID;' they will there-
S foNe be continued at'our discretion, and charged
accordingg tothe foregoing rate.
-.Legal Advertisements of which the term of pub-
lication is fixed bylaw, will only be excepted
: from the above rule.
'"Tb those who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
^ ,:Etdunt will be made; but all advertisements not
S :.' 'ittrictly pertaining to their own business, as
S well-as all legal advertisements sent in by them,
; *ill be charged at the usual rates.
"All announcements of candidates for office, will
,' be charged FIVE. DOLLARS during the canvass,
:" :: payable in all cases in advance.
All Communications, (when admissible,) of a
.. personal or individual nature, or puffs of new
S inventions, goods, &c., will be charged for as
: advertisements, at our discretion.
1. 1..' The following gentlemen are our authori-
.\ (agents; and they are empowered to receipt
': !Fdr thte payment of any subscriptions, advertise-
ments or othr oeprinting, to be forwarded to us:-
J. HOLLINSWORTH, New Orleans, La.
B. 0,. ALDERMAN, Marianna, Fla.
J.'`. SxcaNcHEz, St. Augustine, Fla.
1 .J.! ATkINs, Tallahassee, Fla.
E.WN. GiBsON, Quincy, Fla.
A, JAs. PENN, St. Joseph, Fla.
'N. BAK-ER, Brown's Ferry, Fla.
FRANcrs ArNOU, Calhoun County, Fla.
W. TABOR, Washington County, Fla.
,A S. GREENWOOD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga.


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


JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
jaa8 ly Apalachicola, Fla.


J. W. Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Commerce street, -
New Orleans, La. novel ly


Thomas Bertram,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS. novl ly


:; ^-, "-.S( Charleston.
, '. 'MIMI*"L $ - L E "T new, splendid and fast
| '.(' S B g steamer CHARLESTON,
, -:S nnMaster, will, in connec-
e w' ,.. ."n... nec e ,;^ ELL, make
., ; *g.: spihirweekl p between Eufaula and
: ;: ^ tthicola, and diate landings, and
\ ( h@en the condition o.er Will warrant wil
: n; tlotritoOolum bus.
.... ThCharIeston is n arranged for the comn-
fox* and convenience o engers, and withal,
i s a lxage, well built cra able of carrying as
tmuch freight, with perfeety, as any boat on
She Chattahoocheei and n afford to do it as
cheaply. For freight or pae, apply to either
JOHN M. MO("
WM. A. SCAN ITT & Co.
ents Eufaula.
MOORE & Mc
McKAY & HAR NE,
fbl 9 Agent .. achicola.
i.E!:HE.RS;.-Just received ntity of live
t' Ge s(lFeather, which will la low for
cash by ; iERT,
febM2 *.- .. 4 aterst.
"K1 ( E, iR'S.GARb 6IH EED- -A h supply
mAjt*jra ed and '5for4aleby
.fe[ 13 Z ELLISON & -O., 33 .ter st.
iM,rTClff BAGGING & BALEopE-
J&. 00pieca Btaging; 200 coils Rope' sale
? ibavorable ,tennb T4 L. MITCHRK.
aaufchfi 33 Wattt


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H. R, Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachlcola, Fla.


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DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
nov25 ly ApaladdEhicola, Fla.


N. YORK, N. ORLEANSj COLUMN BUS, &c. &c.
ADVE RTISEME N T S..


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JVbo. 136 Water Sf 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.


BY AUTHORITY., vices, not exceeding, however, three
~-- day, for every day actually employed. '
LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF Sec. 6. Be it further-enacted, hat etfer,
FLORIDA. may file objections, or exceeltions. to ei,
PASSEDAT THE TWENTY-SECOND SESSION OF THE of the Cornrnmisioner, within ien darys afteri.e
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, 1-44. shall be lnotified of tlhe filing o thg same;',or if,"f
., __ notice is given themin, \within thirty days ,fter,
No. 3r3. same is filed; and if no objections or except
AN ACT to provide fbr the Partition or Division are filed as albrsaid, or if the Court is satiskeuepl'
of real Estates. an the hearing otf any such objection or.,ea
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and tions, that they are riot well tlotnded., thel Q
Legislative Council of' the Territory of Florida, port shall be confirmed, and a final decree( -
That suits or actions, for the partition or division be c"tered up, which shall acdordingl 6-
of real estate, may be instituted by bill or petition the respective parties, the titldof the seV^ g. ;
on the equity side of the Superior Courts of thi. ceels Cr portions olf the premises allottedct W1
Territory, in the county or District, in which the respectively; and shall give to each of the
lands to be divided, or which are the subject mlat- possession and quiet title to their respective'sf
ter of the suits, may lie or be situated; and that as against the other parties to thd suit, or :k
the proceedings in such suits or actions for parti- claiming through or under them; anda-',q
:3 op o siddecee(bin dlyentered Ede'2=:
tion, shall be governed by the ordinary rules of saddecree bendul
proceedings, ill the Courts of Chancery of this to law) shall be recorded by the complain
Territory, except as is Iherein otherwise provided. some ot the parties in interest, in the
~~County Clerk oft'th;ourty in which the l an~t
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That such bill or whic Clerkothe te sne taihe muu"
petition nmav be filed by any one or mniore ofseveral which Shall have the sae effect as if mutual?
joint tenants--te,,ants in common, or co-parcen- leases has been executed between the parties. .-
ers or others interested in any lards to be divided, Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, Such conimisin-; "
and such bill or petition, shall set oIbrth the des- ersmaY be removed by Ihe Court, upon gopCau-i".--. ,
cription of the lands or premises, olf;vhich parti- se to be shC-wn, and others appointed in. --
~~~~place; and an),, party in interest mray except't.; -
tion is prayed, by metes and bout,d.s or other suf- ploe; and any paret in interest oay exepsit : J --
ficient descripltion,and shall best or tile knowledge and belief or the pertition- "P110"3 shal be heard and declded bytheCoa~ti,- ^, *-
s and such further order made thereon as torjrvtigo"
ers, the names and places of residence of the se- hall appertain. ..
veral owners, joint tenints, tenants in common, shal appertain. .. ,.-
or co-parceners, or other persons intcresed in said S Be t further enacted Ife Con -
lands or real estate; the quarlitv or proportionate sioners so appointed, shall report to the ut, : .
share, held or claimed by each, and such other that thelands, tenements,or heredit aments..-, "'
matters (il'any,) a may be necessary to enable which partition shall have been dirtLCted as ator:. .-:.
said, are so situated, that a partition thereof can-./ .'-.
thle Court to adjudicate fully, upoiln, the rights and ad are so siuatd, tt a partition there an- ,'
~~not be mlade without great prejudice to the own ,"
interests of the parties. But if the names of the not be sade warlid....eathpeejudrcet s the .J.
o\vrwners or claimants of such lands, are unknown tle ame and the Court shall b- si
that s c report is just and correct, the ..urtltmo ,"i
to the petitioners, or complainants, then it may that uch repo t jUt and correct, t.tee urt-eoilVi, ;
thereupon, by a rule to be entered- on ..e fiht.ci.", ....I
be so stated in such bill or petition, and such suit the said report, order the premises so situate, f tj.'.. .
niny proceed in the same manner as though such be sold at public auction, to the highest bi.
unknown persons or defendants were nainmed in the be ard at public aurection, to the highest bisid a :to '
bill or petition and such bill or petition shall be sners, and uder the msai aont alng from wth.s .t
sworn to by some one, or more, of the pertition- Mepers and the monies a dsing from ath st ,..
ers be paid into the court, to b divided aong ..-
resp~ective parties interested, in propsrttog' "9 .:
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That on filing Ptheir shartiesor interested, in prop.rti
such bill or petition, a subpaerna or subpoenas to tSe. 9. Be it further enacted, For good a r.
appear and answer, shall issue against all of the sthconBe futherenacted For gs d ch s. .,^.:
Defendants, who reside within the district, in to be on a e cour dy order sucr satole .W
which the suit is instituted, whlich subpoena shall made ypon a reasonable credit, for part o,. .
state that the bill is filed for a partition of lands third of the purchase money shall bbew ? ailwt "M
and in case any of the defendants shall fail to ap- tlerd o the purchase money shtll bearit^. ,
pear and answer such bill or pettion, within six- unless all the parties consent to a credit 0y tu ,
ty days after th lie return day ol the subpoena, then paled and o n all cases the brchav e anmy ': '' :
the same may, by order of the Court, be taken as Pg don, ha be p ecures d by bond a -.tin -'
confessed against such defaulting defendant, or de- on the p iscs and such other ld
pendants, provided the subpoenas shall be return- security as tBe Court Shall direct. ."
ed, personally served, or duly executed according shall be executed int t pursuther enacted No fsu,
to law. And, in case any of the defendants, in all be executed in pursuance o.' such and
such bill or petition, are therein stated to be non- the sa1dhCommvssioners, untilthe bae
residents, of the district, in which the suit is in- terms thereof shall have been !^]^
stituted, or unknown, or their places of residence Court, and the money arising the InP^
unknown then as to such defendants or parties in- Court, nor until tce sale has beepProed:
terested iin the lands in question, the Court if in Court, and a conveyance order in'
session, or Jud-e at Chartnbers, shall make an or- eo. at aip
dr- r. ronper rd rsne sc See. 11. Be it further enacted,thtafi
-,-. ,.o.,,,riy: them to appear and answer such 51 11. he ther c inanoi, r ond{
bill or-pet~itibn-6'tmnn-sacn time,inot lesJ ttlan i" n"'eret, whether complainant or respond
f bllor~e~tin-'"rt-trMosueth time, no~t Less tb~an shall, by decree of the Court, bpoud r ay
three months, nor more than nine months as the ha b decree of the Court, bbound to y .
Court iiay deem proper, and such order or notice share oflhe cost and charles, arising from
of thle sane, shall be published \weekly, in one or titio" or sale of the land, in proportion 4to.
more newspapers in the Territory of Florida, and lher vr their interest, and such,decree sha.ll'
one in the City of \Vashington, and one in the binding on all their goods and chattels,a.r.ds
Cily of New York, as the Court nimay direct, not tenements, lying in said Territory; .-d1'i.1
exceeding four in all, for such length ol time as sa31e, tlle court may order the same to beqaii f
the Court may direct, not less, however, than two retained out ofthe monies arising from s h s",
minonths, nor more than six months; and after the and due or belonginto the parties whoiought p ,
time fixed bfor the appearance and answer of such pay the same..l,
last named defendants, shall have elapsed, and Approved 1... .
upon due proof in writing by affidavit to-the sates- --. .*.' "
faction of the Court, that the order or notice hias No. ::7. " i.
been published according to the order of the Court AN ACT to incorporate 'The Wa tta I] ..! '-
the bill may be taken as confessed against all of er." o.
such non-residents, or unknown defendants, as Section 1. Be it enaeed bv the.ove "
may fail to appear and ans\\wer: Provided, low.- Legislative Council at'o thr- Territ. tor.. ",
ever, That personal service of a copy ol such or- Tht the Company now Or.ansed in the ,i
der to appear arid answer, or of notice thereor in New Port lintwn as the \Vakulla Raners, shal f,-
writing, sixtv days before the time therein limited be, and is h er, e clstirutel 'an InlR pendenr. ':
foIbr the defendant to appear and answer, shall be Company to be -alled the Wakulla Rangers. 5 I
(as to the defendant so served) deemed equivalent SecI hi Be bt a rthOr enacted, o'hat saild em '
to publication arid dispense with the necessity pandy hall havl atvsanto elact their own o.a
thereof: And Providled, further, That in allcases and pass such r v laws and regulations as theiana
the notice or order whether published or ser\ved, deem oproper at nd i for their man ah inent" .
shall contain a brief description of the premises ald g emeiit in theoffice al .^
mentioned in the petition, thle names ol the par- ted shal1 remain in.ttier respective coericaydstl ,o
ties, or persons alledped therein, to be interested they I'esign or 3p. removed. J.,. ,
in such premises, arnd shall sftte tlhat the object Sec. 3. Be il rathere r enacted, Thahe d '
of the suit Is to pr~ocure piltki~n of the samz. company shall b.exemp, Irom all para(^. excli, '
Sec. 4. Be it fu otherr enacted, That upon tlhe bill pt s" time and places ar are no. st .
or petition being taken as confessed, or upon the pSo .ideBd ftor byr law. Tas
coming in ot the answers Ifor the delendanls, tihe Sec. Be .t rllrlher e11^'6" lhat a,"
Court sshall prcerd to ascertain and adjudicrate Part shall nlot exceed siT.y-tw'o in numl^ i ,._
the rights and interests o-If the parties, either by a olficr commissioned a nd non-comminns^ ^.
reet-rence to a master, by a hearing upon the plea- officers and Pbyith eGvetrshd that o nWliassioT ^'
dings and prools, or in such other \way or manner sued bCp tl GoJernD. to wn illiam H. Mct .et
as may be mo_-t con\erient, according to the or- ant :B enjrn Je:oln, r. as Second L*I'ettna 3, .
) dinarv rules and practice of' the Court; and shall ant :' B ip It rh acte d Fha t tl^e r
also decree tlat p arti tio,, be m ade, if it shall ap- -c ..5-. B< >t r ol e e n t, rha t te e '. ^
pear retury ot _.ard ct, mpan3 shall be made to, ^d ..
pear that thre ial'tles are enr, t~td to the same~.- tli~orguh de staff' of' the Colonel commaiading -:
Provided, however, That wlhen the rights and in- re,,ig" t w i ht l e lon el and idgjhe .
terslsor roprtinsol he ompamats r ie.revimf/~a tn vhiich it belongs, and that said cA< ,
tilioners, are clearly, establislhed to the satisfacl ion ,)any/ all be entitled to, and procure a stan ,-,
of the Court, or are u ,,disputed, and also, w hen Col ,, an .d a dress pard es ot."^-p t o n or d .. ..
the rights and interests ot some of the defendants, aler "~lth thle same displ^ae agreeable topthe .


but not all ot then, are ascertaned or estalished, ,^ / > 'See. 6 Be it fute rr, T b hLh I n
tu the satislactionot the Court, or are undisputed, P ,
or be and he is hereby requested to Make ,plii =,
the Court may by decree, order partition to i rta
cat on to the Proper department at N g ,. a-,
te cm phin nud tlri~ rrcl.mplonts, a Ind esuc qA or a sufficient number of rifles to furn -s a
the comnplainanit, or cornnplainant-s, anid such -l
de'eddt dasIi~e esabisedan ~~jj~r dly company together %vith the necessary fot 31
,defendan"ts as lia~e established and satisfa^l .1m !t''l^^^
prove ed their respective shares, interests pro- mel^- Approved 15th Maarch,
portions, to be set off and ajk>ted ?o ti i, lav-
ir- for futuUt~re adjustment, (1) furtber -&)ceedilngs No. 18. V,. '
inothe same cause,) t.le right, shrrs, and inter- AN ACT to prevent the circulation of chTg
ests, of' the ot her defendants. .,-II
See. 3. Be It furt her enacted oat upon a decree Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governord
of partition being made, tl jAurt sliall appoint Legislative Council of the Territory of Floti&
three suitable and complit persons to act as That it shall not be lawful for any rerr co
Commissioners, in maki the partition decreed, Pany, unless such power be expressly ,Conterr
who shall be selected Iihe Court, unless agreed by charter, to issue aney chang bill or note
upon by the parties- id who shall proceed to other aper to be circulated ao money, und ;i,
make partition of th remises in question, accor- pen 01 gof one hunldred dollars fEr each vial*'oh.
ding to the order /the Court and having made o'fths-act, to be recovered by action of debt e ,*
such partition, sh report the same in Writing to fr* theSnpre eCYurPat esuitof nyp .
the Court wvith t delay. Such Coinmisioners. rohe u.eotthe country;- ere4 .t"
shall be sworn fore entering upon their duties, *of~this act shall occur; one heli -
hS teClik dd out o -iqy Justic6 of c~ived to go to the, pdrsbn bringig-,. -s aW F
by the Clerk said Court, o'r by ali utc ly^1^0^ ^^ -.
the Peace i aid District, failhlully and impgr- the other. hal w0,tj)e: 6olunt ry.
tialh% to ex uLre the trust reposed i-n.-thena r" Appr.ved '
shall havower to employ a surveyor or survey-
ors, if necessary, for the purpose of making suchit his beettdisqoweed recbhll tN*
partition; and shall be allowed such sum as may svreet.Arinks prepared a! WI N..'p:
be~deflid reasonable by the Court, for their ser6 ccaul liq'-u or-ice. %


McIKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANT'S,
No. 40 Water street,
novl1 Apalachicola, Florida.


,Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
0o. 2261 Bowery, near Rivington st.
NEW YORK. novl ly


W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Columbus Block.
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
Liverpool, New York and Bbston, and also in
store, novel ly


SHEPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, WmI. H. NVYATT.
Lippincott & WVyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION M" MERCHANTS,
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20D ly


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


Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,
jan29 Apalachicola, Fla.


,David G. Haney,
COMMISSION &S FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER ITN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.


Commission Business.
New York, March 12th, 1S44.
P 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,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale oflall 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.
Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of
Cotton or other Produce; will be duly honored on
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 6m 76 Pearl street.


B. Ellison & Co9.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly. Apalachicola, Fla.
E. R. FLEWELLEN. M. M. BUTT. |
Flewellen & Butt,
FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola, Fla.
Ot Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped
to New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 6m


Kimbrough & RKidgway,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Apalaehicola, Florida.
WM. IH., KIMBROUGH.
JOHNI I. RIDGOWAY.
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. decl ly


A' L Pcommodation Stages.
1 a THE subscriber begs leave to
'" inform the public, that he has
S ',, on hand two good TWO HORSE
SCARR.IAGE, one he intends keeping in Talla-
hassle, and the other at his old stand at Chatta-
S hooclee, ready to run at all times whenever call-
S ed upon, and on very accommodating terms. His
HorsAs and Carriages are good, and his drivers
careful and obliging, ,and from his 'endeavors to
.p6e.aoe'nd acconimodate thej)_bUje heretqSforgle,
'-'--: nlf ^ 'Iy:"a-"t p -mr- a" e nttinuince ,t' l'"or and
patronke. 'REUBEN SCOTT.
.,Cha6fiaoochee, Fla., April 1, 1844.
| 0- The Stage will be found at the Planters'
S.. Hotel, Tallahassee. apl6 3m


Commission Busiuess.
T HE undersigned would inform the citizens of
SApalachicola, who may be disposed to leave
for sale during the SUMMER AND FALL, a ny
articles of merchandize. That he nlias large and
convenient Stores for the reception and sale keep-
ing of the same, His whole time will be devoted
to his business, and when sales to the amount ot
$50 oi" $100 is effected, the same w1l be. in all
cases. promptly rernittpd or rl'._.;' I d. v;-Z edi'; The greater -the varfe'tfi thV e' frr "tie n'aTe 61r
all. Shall feel thankful for any and all flavors
E. J. HARDIN.
Columbus, April i3, 1844, my-l 3t


T. H.-& C. H. Austiu,
COMMISSION, MERCHANTS,
..... -..... jN o. 5Q W after st reetr, .......,-- --
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made LI, Cott0, , l1ihp.d t.
New York. '"' .. novl ly


f Thos. L. !Mitchel,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANT.
No, 33 Water st. Apalachicola.
dec7 ly "


: New Arrangement.
iTHE substantial fast-running UTj
S. Mail Boat SIREN, Sharpless,
Master, will hereafter leave ApA-
lachicola every Tuesday and- Sat-
nightf, at' OI o'clock, for Brown's Ferryi and'
S leave Brown's Ferry every Sunday .and
S esay evening,.,Chkttaho6chee every'Mon-
S di~irsday, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
'SIREN is neatly arranged, and for the
eience and accommodation of passengers is
,psed by any boat on the river.
, ''VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS,
..hicol, March 16, 1844. Contractors.


( BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS.
Doyle & Butman.
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS,
Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.
8@- 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 Ifollows:
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; Turkeyy Umbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purpleiowiin; York do;
Crocus Martis; MineralWeen ;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,X0,000;
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, 1i and 1t in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing awd Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do;
Whitewash and Mop do;
Dusting, Fancy and Shaving brushes;
Clothes and Hair do; Grate and Horse do;
Fancy Feater Dusters;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes ol
French, English and American.
8- Mixed Paints of all colors, fotbr Steam Boats,
Shipping and Plantation use; together with a
variety of articles in the Painting ;ine, too num-
erous to mention'. my tl ly


Dodge &; Gardner,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
decl8 Apalachicola, Fla.


Samuel Schiffer*
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
No. 49 Water street.
janl Apalachicola, Fla.


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W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
Apalachicola. novl ly


Steamer Augusta.
.. THE'fine fast running first class
( Steamer AUGUSTA, Jas. B. Hall,
,master, will run regularly during
^""lrthe season between Apalachicola
mbus,when the river will admit, touch-
he intermediate landing, She will be
[LA on her downward trip every Wed-
Swill take freight or passengers on the
able terms, and insurance can be ob-
o0 nras low.as on any other beat.
A' ta's accommodations for passengers
t e led, her Cabin being all in State
Sncj3ry exertion will be made to retain
Ilk W 'n reputation she has sustained for
icom :eand despatch.
freig r passage, apply to
STOW & STARR,
THOSE. A. TERRY,
Agents, Eufaula.
f \ B. ELLISON & CO.,
S" \ Agents, Apaiachicola.


M1oore & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 32 Water street,
Apalachicola.
JOHN M. MOORE. )
Wm. A. MCKENZIE, novel y


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Far-rior & Co.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Water-street,
nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla.


S. B. 1lamilton,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
decl ly Jlpalachicola, Fla.
N. Miller &"Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Corner Water and Chesnut streets,
Apalachicola. novel ly


P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITUR-,
Up Stairs, No, 42, Water Stre t,
decl4 ly Apalac.icola.


Michael. A. Myers,
AUCTION AND COMiMITSSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATUR AYS.


Ligon & Owens,
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Abbeville .and Troy, Ala.
WILL practice in the County and. Circuit
Courts of the counties of Montgomery, Pike,
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing the
eighth Judicial'Circuit of the State of Altbama.
WOODSON L. LIGON,
Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.
HASTINGS E. OWENS,
Troy, Pike co., Ala.
-Refers to-
Col. A McAllister, ) .enry.oa.
Gen. A J McAllister,
Maj.,Jefferson Buford, Eufaula, Ala.
SHon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala.
; Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiaues, Ga.
Messrs. Chester & McGriff, Apal'a. Fa..
January 2ih, 184. jan29 tf


H. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION A.ENT,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, la.
' SEWARD DILL. A. F. PAL,,pR.
Seward Dill & Co.
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
({03 Liberal advances made on all consignments,
and business entrusted to them will be
promptly attended to
Refers to-LANE & REiD, Boston.
CARY CooK, Portland, Me.
S. C. WHITTiT?, Hallowell,,
Aplachicola, Aug. 26. . .*.- ly


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green of comfort and health will be secured. It
has already been shown, that, in the most unfavor-
able situations, a temperature from 6U 0, to 65,? F
is" incompatible with the existence of malaria;
whilee it appears to be that temperature which.-
in all-parts of the world, abstracts the heat of the
body in the same proportion in which it is gne- e
rated, without any extraordinary exertions of the; .
system, and therefore neither contributes to ex-
haust its powers nor to excite uneasy sensations." t
'T'hatthis temperature can easily-be commanded, c
it is our object to demonstrate. "
The-efficacy of c0ld air in preventing the effects r
of malaria, has not, practically, been sufficiently c
attended to, for the important reason that no t
means of producing it, in the abundance necessary k
for this purpose, and at the same time cheaply,
has ever been devised.. But that aa artificially P
cool atmosphere possesses the power, and, may be c
employed with success, to prevent the whole class f
of malarious diseases, is an opinion in strict con v
formity. with all the principles of medical reason: e
ing. The whole history of pestilenti maladies,
whatever may be:their origin;, 4upporta the posi-
tion that cold and pure air possesses antiloimic t
properties. Epidemical fever are invariably
checked by cold weather, therefore, it may
reasonably be'expected, that the most important
benefits would accrue from imitating nature in
her mode of putting a stop to fhese complaints. t
But-should a command of temperature tail tw g
prevent some diseases of a malarial character, 'the
application of cool air as a remedy, though'of
vastly inferior importawce, is, still, worthy the t
fullest consideration. In the whole clasof febrile a
disorders, cooling applications as remedies, have r
been applied and -recommended by distinguished
physicians in all ages. Though occasionall dis-
used, they rave been eagerly revived, and, in the
present times, have received the sanction of phy- i
sicians of high reputation for experience and,
scientific knowledge. To the modern practice of
freely admitting cool air into the apartments of
the sick, we must, in a great measure, attribute
the diminished malignity, ard the less frequent
recurrence, of epidemical diseases. There is
not, perhaps, any acute disease to which mankind:
is liable, where the admission of the atmosphere,,
at a moderate temperature above the freezing point
would not be attended with advantage;" and
there are many complaints where it would be of
the highest utility -even when below it. Every
physician is aware of the sanative etffet of the
pure and cold air of mountainous situations, on
patients suffering from intermittent fevers. And,
it may be, that for the whole class. of tropical and. -
tr6picoid ailments, a permanently cool awid -enial
atmosphere, would afford the most pleasant and
effectual remedy.
In this place, however, it is proper to notice,
that mereitemporarv and moderate changes in the
natural temperature of the atmosphere, seem to-
have no power to modify either the milignancy
of prevailing nnaiarious diseases, or lessen theie
liability of individuals to be affected by them.
Although they- require a higher temperature for
their origin, intermittent feveis, and, ,indeed,
every acknowledged form of malarial disease,
rarely undergo any abatement of virulence till'the
thermometer hasfillkn to 32. F.,and maintained
this station, at intervals, or continuously, ifor, a
period of several days. To check an epidemic
artificially, therefore, it would not be sufficient,
merely, to lower tie temperature belo~v that at
which the disease is generated; but it would be
necessary to imitate nature further, and reduce
that portion of air to which men are ex )osed, to
the freezing point, and maintain it at that tempe-
rature, or cut off, by insulation, all communica-
tion with the infected atmosphere.
TO determine the value of any scheme, we
must ascertain the full extent of the means that
,RrLer-ieiired tn ediN-4t.-objeetsl,: and whether it
is witlin our power to produce these means. In
a plan' for preventing, or even curing, diseases
arising from the respiration of impure air, we
must take into consideration.the quantity of cause
necessary to produce the effect, or, in other words,
the amount of pure air. that, must, be. substituted
to prevent it. All are aware that the respiration
of pure air is essential to the preservation of good
health,'and that its purity and salubrity depend,
in a great measure, on the quantity of oxygen gas
it contains. We know, too, that air may be more
suddenly and destructively contaminated, where
the processes of respiration and combustion are
going on, than by the most abundant production
of animal and vegetable decomposition. To main-
tain it in its purity, under any of these circum-
stances, frequent change is necessary. This change
it is true, may beeasily carried to a further ex-
tent than is necessary, but as we propose to effect
purification as well as change of air, u hich can-
not be effected but at some cost, we have io in-
tention, by an unnecessary expenditure of means
of carrying them beyond the point of utility. To
make our meaning more evident, it is necessary
to recapitulate some facts that may appear to have
but an indirect connexion,with the principles, on '
which the proposed means of prevention are
founded..
It is ordinarily" calculated that a human adult
employs in respiration about four hundred cubic
inches of air: a minute, and consequently nearly


fourteen cubic feet in an hour, or about twelve
cubic yard.i a day, which is the quantity of pure
.air-that ought to be furnished to him daily. But
he, also, saturates a given quantity with moisture,
and renders it'unfit for absorbing more, and, as a
necessarydelduction, for one of the pirUqibes of
respiration. Therefore, in additionto the amount
each adult requires for daily consumption, it is
desirable to change as much of, the air in his re-
sidence,,as: the moisture given off by the 111gs3
would saturate in the same time. If te consider
that as soon as the air we respire becomes diffused
through, and'attains the same temperature as the
atmosphere, a portion of its vapor becomes ra-
dundant, and must be p)-recipitated, or otherwise
discharged, weshall find thatthe moistfire to be
given off; in this way, dqoes nlot;require, at the most
more than :half a cubic foot a-dry air a migrute to
absorb it. Hence, not more than seven hu, dred
and twenty-five cubic feet, or ttwenty-five cubic
yards of pur and dy'air, cain be required, dailv,
for all fhe .[urposes of respiration, by each adult
that may be in a habitation;z Now, ibthe power of
,ventilatio4r in a house or room, should be pro-
portioned fo the number od persons that occupy
it.; but, itjis obvious, that a calculation whih
supposes the average number of adultinihabitants
that remain in a habitation continuously, throug'i-
out the.'hole twentv-ifour hours, to be ten, and
allows tienty-five cubic yards of pure air for the
respiration of each individual, must be amply,
sufficient. It will be shown hereafter, that,, hy
iour inens, there will be no; difficu lty in produc-
ing thi quantity, or :even two, four, eight,, sixteen
or mo e times that much to every person that
usual inhabits a house. JENNER.'"

*/Robinson on the atmosphere, vol. 2, page281,
,The'amount of revenuereceived at the port of
Boston during the month of April, this year, ivWas
$530,D00 --during the correspond ingmoath last
year, i204,000. Increase, $325,0o .-
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From the New York Extra True Sun.
ARRIVAL OF TLIE

.- STEAMER JE HIBERNIA..

AT BOSTON--i UAYS LATER.
Further decline inm CGotton--.1rival of the Cele-
donia--Jinnexation,, vf Texas--Important
from Ireland, Src;
The British mail steamer Hibernia, arrived at
Boston on Sunday the 5th inst., in sixteen days
from Liverpool, whence she sailed 09 the 19th of
April.
There was rise of about Id in the price of cot-
ton in the Liverpool .market during the week
-endiig .April 1lqth, and a fall during the week fol.
lowing of about id; so that there had been on the
Whole, a decline of id or thereabouts, since the
date of last previous advices. The market for the
week ending April 18th, opened gloomily, and
wa still further depressed by the news carried
out by the Caledonia. It improved slightly, how-
ever, towards the close, and prices became stead-
ier. The sales of the week amounted to 17,000
bales.
The Caledonia carried out the news of the arri-
val of the Texan envoy at Washington, and of the
views entertained by our government in relation to
the question of annexation. As migit be expect-
ed, the news produced a great sensation in the
political circles but there had not been time for
its general manifestation in print when the Hiber-
nia sailed.
The Liverpool Mercury contains an article, in
which the subject is treated with great moderation.
,After stating the opinion that the annexation of
Texas to the United State; might be an event fa-
vorable rather than otherwise to British interests,
the Mercury says:-
If it deprives us of a means of annoying the
United States, and so far removes the temptation
to a war,1t is by no means certain that this ought
not to be looked on as an advantage., A war
with the United States, even if successful beyond
our most sanguine expectations, would be a calam-
ity of the most fatal description. Moreover, the
annexation of Texas would give great additional
preponderance in the Union to the interests upon
which we must necessarily rely the most for a
maintenance of friendly political and commercial
relations with England-that, namely, of the
southern cotton growing States. The vote of
Texas would be necessarily an additional free
trade vote, which in the present balanced state of
parties and interests, might frequently prove de-
cisive. We cannot afford to alienate the southern
interest and strengthen the advocates tof the high
tariffby opposing a measure so warmly advocated
by the Southern States, and by enlisting all the
feelings of national pride and Anglo-Saxon preju-
dice against us throughout the Union. Nor is it
ever good policy in a nation to commit itself to
an opposition against the naturallcourse of events,
which evidently points to the ultimate incOrpora-
tion of-the unoccupied prairies of Texas with the
neighboring and parent State. We trust, there-
fore, that whatever may be the result of the pre-
sent negotiations at Washington, the amicable re-
lations between the two countries wjll-not be dis
turbed by any unseasonable interference on our
part with the affairs of another continent." .I
Parliament met on the Monday after the con-
culsion of the Easter holidays, but we do not find
any thing in.the debates uf either Honeo Im.h
interest to America readers.
The rumor is revived that the French intend
to abolish slavery in their colonies.
The Rev. Sidney Smith, who has attempted to
make good his losses in Pennsylvania bonds by
rediculing our county, has addressed to the Morn-
ing Chronical the following letter in praise of Mr.
Everett, our minister.
To the Editor oqf the Ml,[orning Chronicle:
Sir:--The locofoco papers in Americi are, I ob-
serve, fill of abuse of Mr. Everett, their minister,
for spending a month with me at Christmas in so-
mersetshire. That month was neither lunar nor
calendar, but consisted of forty-eight hours--a few
minutes more or less. never heard a wiser 0
more judicious defence than he made to me and
others, oT the American insolvency--not denying
the injustice of it, speaking of it, on the contrary,
with the deepest feeling, but urging with great ar-
gumentative eloquence every topic that could be
pleaded in extenuation. He made upon us the
same impression he appears to make universally in
this country; we thouglit him (a character which
the Enghlsh always receive with affectionate re.
f gird,) an amiable American republican, without
rudeness, and accomplished witho:it ostentation.
. If ,I had known that gentleman five years ago,
(said one of my guests,) I should have been deep
in the American funds; a~id as it is, I think at
times that I see ninteen to twenty shiliing- in the
pound in this fdce." However this msy-he, I am
t sure we owe to the Americans a debt of gratitude


for sending to us such an excellent specimen 'of
their productions. In diplomacy, a far more im-
t portant object than falsehood is, to keep nations in
friendship. In this point no nation has ev !r been
r better served than America has been by Mr. Ed-
Sward Everett.
I I am, sir, your obedient servant,
SYDNEY SMITH.
t IRELAND.
O'Connell had not beensentanced. It was ex-
- pieced that' the traversers would be called up on
- the first of Easter term, but their names were not
3 mentioned. It was understood, however, that
t they had been served with a four days notice to
v appear for sentence. They, on the other hand,
a had served the Court with a two day rule notice
Sto move for a new trial.
at The grounds on which a new trial is prayed for,
're similar to the points prominently brought for-
wrd on the trial, viz,: the omission of a part of
y the;ury roll-the misnomers of Mr. John Jason
e Rigj)-t4e carrying of the trial beyond Hilary
d Term, %and what is mot strongly urged, the mis-
o direction af t'jlearnedjudgein summing up the
evidence. .,
r, The result. not known when the Hibernia
i- sailed. O'Conn fully expected to be imprison-
e ed; on'his speech' the great Cork meeting on
d the 7th of April, he sid: It would be an idle
it thing for any man to sA,-)pose that I am not to gc
h to prison. (Cries of NL'no.) Yes, for as sutr
d as I see you here, I shai have to go there.-
ke (Renewed cries of ,, No," am.eheers.) What fol-
ly you talk sure you have ni; the key of the gual
i. 'door to lock it against me. (La,btter and cheers.:
- I say I shal go to prison: I do ot say I will g(
h because it wiJl1 be: against my wl, but I do say
v that I ball go, for I will be comnlryded there."
n-. At a. meeting of the Repeal Assoiation on th(
or 412h or April, in Dublin, he expre-isearhe opinion
...-."attwever t li. 1 hJeajurrihea -jwould be quashed i
r- submitted to-parliament, to which, agsi..Court
b, of last resort.-he believed he and tho.j indited
1 With bim bad a legal right of appeal. "


[Written for the Comm'l. Advertiser.] g
ON THE -
PREVENTION OF MALA.RIAL DISEASES. a
NUMBE I'VlI.
MALARIA, if not the sole cause of idiopathic 1
fevers, and the whole order of diseases commonly n
assigned to vicissitudes of atmospheric tempera- "
ture and moisture, is by far' the most wide in its
range, and the most fatal in its results of any that
exists. Even where from the general coolness of
climate, and the.apparent absence of putretfying
matters, as in our northern cities, the presence of0
miasma cannot be identified, its baneful effects are
acknowledged, and are strikingly similar with
those of the unhealthful regions which are un-
questionably defendant upon poisonous exhala-
tions. This source of disease is every where un-
friendly to immigrants from a colder country,
though not exclusively so; tfor the climate, which
from conformity of constitution, maintains the
indigenous inhabitant in vigorous health, may be
highly injurious to the native of a similar climate,
as, among other instances, Vera Cruz to the native
of Havana, and viceversa. But there is evident-
ly something peculiar to the constitution of peo-c
ple from a coldt country, which renders them more
obnoxious to a violent form ofe fever in a warm
climate, than either the natives, or those who
have become assimilated to it by 'a long resi-
dence. The. heat of the body of new comers in
the West Iidies, has been noticed by Dr. McKit-
trick, to be between three and four degrees above
that of the natives; and to this he ascribes, in
part, their greater predisposition to yellow fever.
Upon the supposed lower temperature of the hu-
man female, as compared with the mle, probably
depends her greater exemption, under equal cir-
cumstances, from this d sease. Whatever may be
the reason, we certainly findthat the same ex-
posure to the causes, predisponent and occasional,
will produce a deadly fever in a stranger, while
the native or old inhabitant may remain in good
health. But while this fertile source of disease
manifeAsts.its malignant effects most suddenly and
most severely on persons who have moved from
temperate into hot climates, it is -not without a
deleterious, though insidious operation, uponthe
natives of the tropics themselves, even where it
does not exhibit itself in the open form of fever
". In the former etas:i, the agency of this poison
may be compared to a raging and rapidly consum-
ing flame, while, in the latter, it appears like a
slow and concealed combustion."
In malarious districts, taose who are not abso-
lutely sick, do,: ot enjoy the robust health of the
inhabitants of mountainous countries. To a spec-
tator, accustomed to the appearance of the latter,
." the whole population looks like a community of
invalids." The sallowness of their complexions, e
the listlessness of their looks, the attenuated
figures, the instability of gait that are so observable
in malarial regions, are but too evident signs,
even where organic disease has not yet. set in,
that the disordered state of the functions, which
goes under the name of impaired health, exists."
And though it generally happens that the natives,
and long residents, of climates where the mean
temperature of b6th summer and winter is sub-
iect to no extraordinary variations, but is always
high, are seldom attacked with yellow fever, yet,
inasmuch as all are liable to suffer from the inter-
mittent, and remittent fevers of the country, it
bears incontrovertible testimony that there is no
exemption from the influence of malaria. Such
being its invarfiable operation, the duration of
human life, iw these climates, would undoubtedly
be prolonged whether it were native or immi-
grant, if the existence of malaria can be prevent-
ed, or its poisonous effect on the atmosphere be
counteracted.
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-WS~t-iri ;- ?n^b~ S i i^"n-r.. in; Tr7-*~ i'- p.r'i iT': ~~Z
vestigations, made with the view of discovering
the means of preventing the diseases it creates,
are of the highest importance, and demand bur
most serious attention. Impressed with this
truth, the endeavors of physicians, in all ages,
and the efforts of municipalities, for a long time
past, have been unremittingly directed to its at-
tainment. The result has been, thus far, the re-
commendation of certain hygienic rules, which
science and experience have pointed out, for re-
sisting the injurious influences of climate. These
rules mnay be divided into two classes. The one
within the control of the individual, and univer-
sally essential to the preservafon of health-per-
sonal cleanliness. The other being that which
more properly belongs to communities, embracing
the reduction of atmospheric temperature, the
removal qf putrescent matters, and lessening the
quantity of hygrometric moisture.
It being the generally received opinion, that
malaria is an emanation from the organic products
of marshy grounds, it is obvious tUat the most
efficient means of preventing it, is to change their
entire character by draining and filling them up
with soil free from organic remains. Resort to
this radical remedy' is, inmost instances, imprac-
ticable, for two reasons; first, that it would ren-
der the soil useless for purposes of cultivation;
and second, that ijaB beyond hu.'nan means. With
the exception of t,partial labors that have been
directed to this object in cities, and some feeble
attempts to moderate temperature by erecting
fountains, municipal governments have regarded
the second obiect of the second class-the remo-


val of animaland vegetable putrefactive matters
-as the only one of the essential causes of fever,
strictly withintheir control, and have, accordin$-
'ly, directed the whole force of their medical po-
'lice to this,fas a part of a general system of clean-
liness. The above rules have been carefully and
earnestly inculcated by physicians, aid attention
to them has been the means of L*sening that
premature mortality, to which in foriler ages, and
t in temperate climates, man was' so liable; and
thus they havereflected a glorious light upon the
most benevolent of all professions. In addition
Sto this effect, they have no doubt, rendered less
frequent, and, perhaps, diminished the mortality,
of the pestilential fevers of tropical regions ; but
the most important agent in effecting this object,
f if not wholly overlooked, has been regarded as
superior to human control. The inefficiency of
the present rules is attested by the frequent recur-
rence of epidemic fevers, in communities where
Sthe most untiring regard has been paid to 'them,
therefore, more powerful means of prevention,
i than those hitherto employed, are most urgently
. demanded. "
i An adequate supply of pure air. is the obvious
* remedy for the evils arising from the respiration
Sof a noxious at mosphet'e, whether them purity ex-
a tend to.a general vitiation, or arise from the ne-
- glct of cleanliness or ventilation. Malaria, as a
- source of such impurity, may easily be counter-
1 acted, because its affinity for air is so slight, that
) its internlixture maybe prevented, or decomposed
o when forr ed, by very simple processes Being
r dependant or-their union upon heat, it is obvious,
that if, conjoined to cleanliness, the temperature
Sof that portion of the 'atmosphere in which we
dwell, ean'b so reduced that its maximum shall
f never attain \that.limit necessary to its affinity
t with noxiouis matter-, it follows, as:an inevitable
I consequence, that mnliaria must cease to exist,
a4 .the means of enjoying.every masonable de.


P or-ht.?Commercial Advertinr
.~~C Q-~~^ST OR ./*
*--. '^v -.:. ^zT-^t t^,~ .. ^. ;
Vermiya to La Bsa.
MY DEAR LA BR.A:---The manner of burial
>fthe old citizen of thtwn, which you described
n your letter, is fully in accordance with my no-
ions of propriety. There "ir no vain gloriou*
soliumn bespeaking the weatff.or pride ol th-
relations and friends of the dec ,but every
ornament seems to be the offspring r.nder at-
achmnent. ._Iknow that Glen-Mentoit tbe a
kind, and noble young man by the regaid|]it he
pays to his mother's grave. But-'oU haye anti:
cipated my manner of treating my subject, by
furmishing an illustfation, a I- had- intemided to do
when I came to speak of southern diseases..-How-
ever, as the subject has been .brofuggto my mind,,
[ must relate to you some incidents-observatioa
thbat have affordd ,me many a pleasant refleiion,
and made nie feel many a sympathetic pan%..
While taking my usuaLevening ride irt the sub-
iUrbs ofthe village of Yampanz;a, ,as!I-pgssed
through the lane ohtte Meranda, I sawaca.riage-
itop at the outer'gate. A' shout of joy instanfly
aro.sefrom every part of t.h4'A Meranda, and the
female servants came bustling from the doors,
and running around the house until a considerable
lumber ofthehmhad assembled round the carriage.
I observed them smiling and shaking hands.with
a beautiful young lady, who was defending from
it, and the moment that she stepped fipon the
ground, every servant took some little 'thing from
the carriage or from each other, and followed'the
young lady into the house.. Tobserved an old gray
headed negro tottering by me with a long vtaff in
his hand, and while he shook his head amid his
smiles.'and muttered something. to himself- I in-
terrupted him by asking what lady that was who
had just arrived. He looked.!up, with a tear of ;
joy in hlseye, and said--" God bless you Massa,
'tis Miss Oceana." He furthermore informed me
that her health had suffered for severaI years,
and that she had been in many foreign countries
to consult the best medical advice. I passed on,
and saw that she was an elegant figure, such as
the most delicate nerves might embrace, artd.the
most ardent fancy might love. Her full, britiant
black eye looked kindly on'f all around her, an
when she smiled, her lips had a sweet vermi.llio
hue, and her pale .cheek had a soft roseate- tin.'
Her features were regular, and her fine raveh ri -
glets fell so charmingly round her neck and shol-
ders, that she seemed beautitulvin spite.of'siq -
ness. But :when it is known that she is he
only child of a Fgentleman of the highllof'pcsh
and i n telligence-that her mother is 'ad;and
that her father is the owner of the M ,apda her
history must surely be interesting to &yot"UIiAnfa
of gallant feeling and occasional soft desire.
The Meranda is a beautiful garden spothat
greatly increases the attractions of the choning
village of Vampanza. Its front limits bq er a
bold shore (of the ocean, and the rollin the
s'urf, the dashin Uol the spraw.Banid-t .tJ. ty,,
of the ocean, can at alT'tiies be heat' the
balco'iv ol the dwelling. The architect taef the
building, is ol' that attractive' kid which he. gar-
nishment of marble can only adorn, a, 'which
the most censorious taste cAn only adm4e The
hbalnutr.idng and other architeclurak prove-
ments of the Mera'ida have been .treoted
with as much attention to convenien : heg T alth
anil ornament. Oceana's fathers v.6fthou-ht-.;,
fnl man. with a fine form a,,d a ke? yetrati!irl/"=
eye. He has often said that his daahl~htnrJir r
had been sived by the simple decorati s and ('
provements of his premises. l.lt BSlantecbi
grove n" orange trees westward.'of:i dwelli '
and rlhsterinp: vines and flourishing gtree co.
the east, while toward the nncthypobmay l.e
tall mnnsv-,lias blossoming, where fe.g' derneath is -nimel.d with a deep feen turf.'iln
different parts ol' the garden are sen a pro n
of roses, honeysuckles, jassamins, e vae md
every other variety of sweet flower and shrMhat
can render a garden walk pleasant, or anihing
breeze d,-liightfi.ul. Mr. Medaliop' contenthat
these thlings aive a sweet breath .to thetmoj- ,
pher?, and refresh and inv'gorate thp gnsol
res;,iration ; that disease frleqetiy tckold of
the sstemn by the inhalation of hot, sf sh an.


offensive airs; and that elen the che.tIness.Of
flourishing vegetation brakes the nerve ith L ea-,
sure, and renders them lss liable tfl I:flaxed


SA, SATOTKDAY, Ma 18, 1844.


tblicah to-day a cal on the young men
^^inent itizeno of our city, to form an in-
Suniform company, which we hope will
tt.ttended. A volunteer corps well organ-
isting-of persons who remailn'here both
H ipm'and winter, would be not only Creditable
I 'ity," but greatly add ..to ita security and
der. If we had had sich ai one at the
i "e he'late fire, 'they might have acted as a
Va Per the goods and property which was re-
ad -or thrown ,into the street, and preserved
ujonly from daner-or theft, ;but have saved the
olinty and Territory the'trouble and expense of
raiecution.
The companies .rganized under the late mili-
law, have never paraded but once, and then the
U ole system wa so ludicrously burlesqued that
.. have neve-er been out since.
C. opt. Hawkins' company, which was formed
!'Lfor the purpose of sustaining the civil authorities,
% "and SUppressing riots, are during the summer
i .i-a ututimn numbered among the absentees, who
*tah!iy visit the north or the interior country.
^ We hope, however, that such' a corps Will be
Sti organized and drilled, as will by their pa-
Siades, excite the "Guards" to a more zealous
' tailitary ardor.


S RIOT3 fN PHILADELPHIA.
i Monday afternoon, 6th May, was signalised in
hiladelphia, by acterrible'riot, and the death of
.several persons. The disturbance commenced at
.meeting of the Native American party, where
-,ome fighting'took place. The Natives consider-
n 'ng themselves aggrieved, gathered a crowd and
made an attack on a Catholic school house, and
"- viral Ierson killed. .".
i l0 Tuesdly placards were put up all over the
city issued by the Catholic Bishop of the Diocese,
reeonmmendig to the Catholics, "1to avoid all oc-
:: i.'fasdio'to eicitemenit, to shun public places of
& assembly, anri keep peace with all men."
A mass meeting ,was held by the Native Amer-
., qicaw in the State House yard, at which a number
of the most- respectable citizens were present;
the meeting'was addressed by Mr. Thus. R, New-
h' bold, Mr. W. Hollinghead, Esq. and the Rev.
'Mr. Perry, all exhorting the citizens to keep the
-peace, and preserve good order; after which a'
motibt to. Adjourn to the scene of riot, after a lit-
:4fl opp.ition, was` carried, and a large portion of
' hre ma a was soon'on their way to Kensington.
S A la-e body of them went into Kensington
i, with a banner and flag. They immediately re-
;** o.-6d to the market, where the excitement was
f Iteewed; shots were filed from several houses,and
[^'; la8'.-,wjeisons killed. The 'houses from
b'0idh e EI were fired, were then assailed.
'. house of tlhe Hibernia Hose Co. was also at.
W"U -d,a and he and carriage destroyed. The
F'": firig continue from the houses, and a number
aers. wounded and several killed.
About dark Gen. Cadwallader, with his brigade,
, T proceeded to the scene of riot, and took a position
6-. niar the scene of cohflagration. The appearance
D. ff the military had the effect to produce quiet;
wWd it wa4 hoped that the disturbances would be
-suppressed.
' t ] is said that several fire companies hadat-
S- tpted to put their apparatus in requisition to
i5-t the fitehut were prevented. Mr. McMi-
,, ilCd r.the Sheriff, repaired to the spot, but al-


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; ed-that it would beuseless to invoke the civil
I. se, as the voters were well armed and could
S4y be overawed by military force. Some 15 or
S persons are reported in the papers as having
: 'b4eri killed, and a number oeothers badly wound-
.* ,-'.'I Several ot the principal rioters .have been
f" : Vrested, and committed for trial.
.-!rThe latest accounts received at Baltimore, by
., ,pa*senger in the cars, is that large crowds had
Solleoted in the neighborhood of the scene of
,loodihed, that the excitement was tremendous,
and evrh- Ipfbability of a renewal of the riot.*
,! f l .^'?he U.. S., brig Oregon, Avhiclh was on a
S.-cast survey 'in Florida last season, clear at
,ew'York on th'e 6ih'inst, fr tqis Port. P
": ; '' rtAL ,. BAKf.Below.O .we give an extract
.*~irqna Milledgeylle pa4r in relation to further
Bingg of the issues of tis institution. The
IL are considered from the following, as good
S- arny, of the specie paying tknks, a fact that
op' q ep"ak well for its recent minanagerrket.:

t .,Buming of ihe-Bills of the Cenitr. Bank.-
S' Tho Miliiageville Journal of the 7th inlt says-
'There was another burning of the Bi& of the
S; ? |G ral Baskon Saturday last. We lear, thai
f b eanmount thenwaa,$181,216,000. There isow
S s, hbout,lO,,O0 in active circulation. We le,-.
V:1.0l9o, tWt yesterday was the day fixed upon whe
Sf .,th.e Ah gusta and Savannah Banks would receive a
:. r" itar. the Bills :of the Central Bank,"
? VTMi BANK OF FLORIDA.--'We are very happ
a t. I\be at length able to give xi" readers som
a .!awfwfatay news ia ,regard to this Bank-an
i c as W' ill,-we hope, and have every reason t
-, llieve, prove correct and authentic.
We are'iaforrmed that Mr. Rutgers, the Cashiel
received by the last mail., a letter fro4 Mr. Gra
V : M mthe President, dated at New York on th
-W ti*-, in which it is stated that Mr. tooth ha
tiivef4nNew York, and that an arragemer
S.- a*lry been partially completed, byVwinic
"t ataount furids, immediately availa;bfe.oul
r bUp vided)qlficient to pay, every dollar o0t
liabilies of ti'Bank; that Mr. Booth would r.
" r turo itmediately^ Florida to attend to the .btus
I% .,M l4tthe Bank h and Mr. Graham would r6
io 4.t tAmy bi weltto a' lhat arrangement, abov
,, mltoioed,.would as w"fnderataid,Ihave be(
I"q :before, but. for some|isundrtanding o
d i: difi-daf, wederi Ir. Booth-' Mr. Graham."
Thaediffiuie oow apmrs to ve beeawove
fe : ' f d .c ehently,' tlere iL0,f rther,,ol
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and enl'eebh.d by the breath .of pailen6. He
says that he has enjoined it upon .rf hter. as
a duty which she oweA to hieraf from
her slumbers every .morning, wi# ewF0Ps
are yet t ramblinbgupo -the I .gwa' *hef
busy bee has robbed the flow .0he-.y ,-
,nes4; and every day, ere th: o .,,
rolled over the burning w ocklan9's 'now;T
Iformn may be, seen swee .a90ng 1h verdart
avenue, where lilacks 'es, crape-myrtle
jand sweet-briar emboss marginn of ih 'e.tie.
MWhen tie shades of. e ln, .in !to lengtben,
ishe is ad'irned in azurl,- and may be-seen
at one time walking a Ahe crystal streamlet-
that ripples through orange grove, and ,falls
,hy marny little casca irito the ooean; and again..
jshe is seen seated i,/ evergreen bower, watch-
,ing the soft waves glirtter-over the little lake
,that is formed in t se.of gtwlrippling stream-.
let. n "the he/ .lthe day, perbapt she is-re-
clinini" o, her -rl'-inged sofa, while somniof
her maideLus i; the zephtrsin i.mp a't,-i "r
ref-esl ing b of b eavyn,, and .oth.Fhtull hr.
slumbers, ar' othe her dreams by the soft mel.
ody ol' the J9,,t'he harp, antdo the-guitar.
curtains o er windowNs are,snowy white.al..
bordered azure silik finge. The wal'lp,-oF
her chaa r are covered' with- the finest' Itk
silk, a there are'festoons' of Wlt-ltfialt,"ll
erz'!h around them. The g'reen- -velvW4
floor '.figured with roses, and ieviy thi oT,


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NTOTICE.--The undersigned haI -^3.- da -
1forrmed a liartnershi1 uridp r tV/i J,*4ind '"
style of ")G3LDSTEIN & CP Ito,r/t }hl^k ac-
ti.)m of a general Wholesa!. Groce "
mission Business. : OL).' wtb t
Clmhubu, April 1, 1P44. n,
LI ME-100 bbiA Tho'maston Limt1: '
For sa .bv ... .- .,-:"
mym4 'XWlKfBROUGH,'R &
ROPE-& BAGGING -.-Notat| i '
Rand India Rajin;, for s.le"'b "' "-
p2 B ELLISON & CO., 3Z.,
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L.-15 bbls and 15 hlf: do No.
; just,received and for sale bv
T. L. MITCHEL.


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B i; &, aOEI!.-A prm m assortment of
B '(ns aand Shoes 6mitabla for the Spring trade
fy le b B ELLISO? &. CO.,
l ;.33 Water st.


mmRINE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF APALACHICOLA ....Mdy IS.
CLEARED.
Ship Globe,- Lowry, for Liverpool, by J Day
& Go.
Ship Martha Washington, Tyler, for New York,
by McKay & Hartshorne.
Brig Manhattan, Doane, for N York,' by Noure
& Stone.
Brig Magnolia, West, for New York, by J Day
6 Co,
Schr Swallow, Shannon, for New, Orlean.
Sloop Southerner, Alien, fur Mobile.
AR RIVED.
Schr Swallow, Shannon, frn New Orleans.
Schr Mary, Talbot, fm New Orleans.
Steamer Siren, Van Veghten, fin Bainbnldge.
Steamer Columbus, Crenshaw, fin Colubiiti7.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fin Columnibus.
Steamer Agnes, Jenkins, fin Columbus.
Steamer Bobton, Morion, fmin Columbus.
VESSELS IN PORT.
May 18.-Sloops and lighters not included.
SHIPS.
Marianna, Crocker, 3;9 tons, waiting-McK-ay &
Hartshorne.
Rothschild (Br) Fell, 647 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing- A & P C Kain.
England, (Br) Boothby, for Liverpool, loading-
W A t P C Kain.
BARQUES.
Commerce, Rogers, 289 tons, for N York, load-
ing-Kimbrough & Ridgway.
Cumberland, (Br.) Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool
loading--J Day & Co.
Globe, Brazier, 317 tons, waiting-Master.
Alabama, Merritt, 348 tons, waiting-Master.
,BRIGS.
Timoleon, Bliven, 202 tons, discharging-D B
Wood & Co.
Emeline, Stark, 197 tons, for New York, loading-
Nourse & Stone.
Paragon. Brayton, 240 tons, waiting-T L Mitchel.
SCHOONERS.
Textor, Smith, 80 tons,,for New York-Chas S
SRussell.
Thanles, Sawyer, 106 tons, waiting-Master.


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t8t seem s fit only for an inhabitant of paradise.
I am perfectly charmed %vith the Meranda, and
'Af I am, either languid j^ melancholy, when I
pass through the lane tlf leads past this delight-
eifullplace, I always eelPefreshed and invigorated,
and while folded in sgeet sleep, I dream of hea-
*enly field and blowing beauty.
"" you,&c. VERMILYA.

; y :the Commercial Advertiser.
Operose nif gunt."-Busy about JVothing.
:.M. M r. ,Pit -i-l have been a constant reader of
'the Comi cial" since its advent, and have
S l"beea fnoiel,6r less amused by :the weekly lucu-
ations, inf\owing verse and. melting prose, alter-
Snatin; from Sidaey," Iris." ,, Glen-Mlentor,
-1 La Bresa," and Vermilya," the latter two of
: which fruitful signatures I propose to feed a little,
Jest the author's wonderful fecundity in the world
-of. letters, and polite literature, should abate,
leaving thereby an "aching void."
-These laat, .a series of singular letters, in
,chaste language", and "perspicuous- style,"
infcom Vermilya0o 'La Bresa, and vice verse, com-
: mence upaon te subject ot "Southern Influences,"
,and will trnminate, God only knows when or


ous," and no doubt, the conclusions which I ar-
rive at, from plain observatio:i, he deduces from
a poetical fancy, and enlarged powers of' the
nursery marvellous. I propose in'another num-
ber to take up the conclusion of Letter 1, and
also the second, which gives a fignrative account
of deIth in particular--consequently not quite so
eltcursive, but equally long. SEXTON.


S Mr. Wood, from the Com. on Contracts and
Improvements, reported that said committee had
contracted with Elisht Browvn and Connor,
to build a fence rouad the grave yard, to be done
by the first of June.next.
The following bills were presented and passed
and allowed, viz:
H. Simmons, for work on sidewalks...$32 75
Patrick Grady, for plaux and drayage...... 1U 75
William Peck, for mats foot oil for nose... 7 50
Donald Camnpbell, board of paupers........ 14 13
Mr. Wood presented the'bill of B. Hard fobr
building plankli side-walk in froat of Mansion
House, amounting to e40, which was read and
referred to Comrn. on Claims.
On motion of Mr. Roberts, Council then ad-
journed.
COU-CIL CHAMBER,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 8, "8d44.
Council met ttis evening. Present, )david G.
Raney, Mayor; Coiincilrnen, Meisrs. Scaitl',r,
Roberts, Guyon, Babcocik, Clemments, Farrior
and Simmots.
The minutes of the last meeting were read and
approved. ,
The Clerk reported the returns of the arborr
Master and Weigh Masters Foster, Hughes, Kerr,
Goodlet and Halsey, which were read and ordered
on file. Also, that the Finance Committee ha-l
examined and approved his account as Trea ,urer
to the 1st April, and reported said Commiltee's re-
ceipt for $52 05 City scrip destroyed by them.
A committee was received from the Tax Col-
lector stating he had collected $4,271 08 of this
years Taxes.
Mr. Farrior, from the Commiitee on Claims re-
ported favorably on the following accounts, which
were passed and allowed':
T. L. Mitchel, draft of H.. Williamson him, $5 00
B. Hurd, building side-waik in front ct
Mansion House............ .............. ,40 00
Mr. Guyon, seconded by Mr. Roberts) asked
for the yeas and nays on the passage of the ac-
count of B. Hurd, which were:
Yeas-Messrs. Roberts, Babcock, Simmons and
Farrior.
Nays-Messrs. Schiffer, Gayon and Clements.
Mr Guyon offered the following reso,utions,
which were adopted c
Resolved, That from and after this date no bill
or account, due by tht City to any person or per-
sons, shall be allowed "or passed by Council, until
said bills or accounts are first presesented to Coun-
cil and referred to and approved by the-Committee
on Claims, when the same may be passed at the,
next meeting, officer's salaries excepted.
Resolved, That any City officer neglecting or
refusing to make m, nthly returns and pay over all"
monies collected by him, within twenty-four hours
after the first reguldr-m-eting in each month, after
being notified by the Clerk of such failure or neg-
lect, be and is hereby removed after such notice.
On motion of Mr. Roberts, the following gen-
tlemen were appointed a Board of Health, viz:
Thomas Orman, Dr. S. W. Spencer and Dr. W.
S. Green.
Also, the following Health Inspectors were ap-
poitnted:
P. Laprade, District No. 1 ; John G. Ruan, Dis-
.trict No. 2; P, W. Cullen, District No. 3; R. A.
Dominae, District No. 4.
The billowing .bills were presented and referred
to Committee on Claims, viz:
Commercial Advertiser- Office, for publishing pro-
ceedings of Council 3 months........... $20 00
Corn. Adv. Office, for printing Revised
Ordinances in pamphlet form....... .... 102 00
Engine Co. No. 1 for 1 gal. lamp oil..t.,, -1 50
W. G. M. Davis, for services as Clerk..... 87 50
C. E. Bartlett, for rent of school room,..,. 48 00
On motion of Mr. Farrior, the Council then ad-
journed.


RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per ste-iiriter Siren-- 12 bales cotton to LoeCkhCldrt
& Young. I
Per steamer Boston-207 bales cotton to Kim-
brough& Itdgw.ay; 114. to J C Mac-ld 111 1t,
McKay xc Hartshorne; 57 C Rogers; 25 \in (_
Porter' Co; 1W Lockhtrt &' Youulg,
Per steamer Aguej--191 bales cottonr to Hill.
Dawson &t Co; 100 to Kimribrough & Ridgw\d'; 41
ETalbot; 26 Perry ,.. Dniirmi-o~n-; 15 N.urs'e k
Stone; 7 McKay & Hartshorae.-
Per steamer (,harleston--103 bales cotton to S
Andrews; 79 Moore &- McKenzie; 76 Loclkhart \,
Young. 55 W G Porter & Co; 40 McKay V l,.ariss-
horne; 30 W A &: P C Kain; 19 Hill, Duw-,ou \:
Co; 12 Green & Connery; 36 R G -Kicks; lt)! to
order. ,
Per steamer Columbus-94 bales cotton to Kim-
brough & Ridgway; 64 W G Porter &V Co; 53 \V
C Uickinson; 52 Hitl, Dawson A, Co; 41 John C
Maclay; 3J W A & P C Kain; 7 Green Nz Con-
nery.


FR Ll VERPO0 m.La
",N(LAND, BoathbvWy l
.5c .vith deipatch, tfor freigh?#
WA &' ghP,'t
_ebl7 4 Cotirbgw L
FOR NEW YORK-'fe-A^^^^
Q' *th inst.-The brig EMiVN&] :,
mrnaster, t i 11 saal as above. .ForI
h'avinl, a conmmodious and airy cabsn,,
adopted to the season, apply as above, or to.T.ll
;NOUiRSE & TON%''
mayt 46'Wl~atP; i
FOR NEW YORK-The fiaw
-zelhooner LION, Clift, master ^ "
degipatch lir the above port. ,
or passage, having superior accomminodlFi
ply to B. ELLISON &. .
myl33 1\ifal'. :^ -
FOR NEm YORK-The bark C0_
,^ ^%I'ERICE, Ro2ers, is np as above. 104
,,')mlInce of 'ifriht, havin part !f
cargo e ,;agcd, apply t. thie Captain or to --".
_m.v4 KIMBROUGH & RID W4-A
SFOR NEW YORK.-The, fine b
GLOBE, Brazier, mInster, haviof l
.I'. her cal,'ro engaged and goin, tbenb .
wivll me.e-t with despatch. For balance.of I.
or passage, appl\. to _
CHARLES ROGERor to L' "
m11 KMOBROlr.GH & WA '.
FOR NEWV YORK-The brig Er..
IINE. Stdrk, master, will meet .lf
ilespatch. For freight of pa"
a coiniinoous cabin on deck, applyto toth 1
or to NOURSE & STONE,.,'S
m %,lI1 .. 46 Water 9rft.. .
Dra w'llg$ s and MedicinTs,. ..'
T HE s.ubcnllrber has taken the"'S'ieim- **
ell'? Buildings, fbrmerlv occupied by Mr. BI-
T. Car), and as earlv as 15th of May wilrobetn a ",
sr'ock ol Drugs, Pints, Oils, lGlass," &c.;,fop .,
summer use, and in the fall hill haved I lane
complete assortment for countrSy mercef--,
ters and plihysicians. -.*
a p"-20 s.' t'
INSPECTOR OF LUMBER-
1 the appointment of Inspector ot! .ufb6r, I
will attend at any tinie to the dutietui .
poinlment. .- "
[jU- Office 4-2 Water street--upt -r F .
f'eb-2, PET',
NTOTICE-JOHN LIUCAS, lnspe'.
surer .t Lumber lbr Frmini.,ih
to merit and receive a share ofr
B.\CON &LARD.--5 casks Ya
2 casks new Hamrns; 3( k4i i 4,..,
.Jut received per sclhr Bostos(;Ng}. '''*
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The Grand Jury for the county of Franklin,
Shaving brought their labors to a close, would,
before asking for dis-nissal fromin your Honor, beg
leave to makr e a few sn i,;esti-ns on some matters
pertaining to the public interests.
SThe Court, as well as this Jury, must have ob-'
served, with deep concern, the vast increase of
criminal prosecutions in this county; and how-
ever much we may regret this multiplication of
indictments, as an evidence of deterioration of
morals in our community, we feel ourselves more
particularly called upon to notice it, in our offi-
cial .aiactiy, from the fact that there is danger
that the intere.ts of suitors in our Courts, on the
civil and chauacery docket, may be prejudiced
by it. Ia a commercial community, like this,
many subjects of vast pecuniary interests to par-
ties are constantly arising, calling for immediate
adjudication, a:id yet from the precedence wisely
allowed to criminal proceedings, it may not be in
the power of your Honor, consistently.with your
other engagements in this Judicial District, to
give the time necessary forjudgment upon them.
This. Jury do not pretend to be conversant with
the subject of jurisdiction, and may not be corn
petent to point out a remedy, consistently with
law, for the evil adverted to, but they wish,
through your honor, to call public attention to
the subject, and would suggest that, in their mind,
an extension of the cognizance of the County or
Mayor's Courts over crimes and misdemeanors of
minor grade, would at once mitigate the evil.
There are additional reasons, peculiar to this
county why the cognizance of minor offences
should be ve-ted in a Mayor's'Court. Our popu-
lation is a migatory one, and an offence committed
to-day might, in that Court, be immediately acted
upon, whereas, under the present organization,
the offender may, for a petty offence, be subjected
to months-of imprisonment, involving expenses
to the Territory, and When brought fitrward for
trial, the evidenee upon which he was committed,
may be far beyond the jurisdiction of this Court.
Perhaps no subject presses so forcibly upon the
-minds of our citizens, during the sessions of our
Courts, when the question of punishment is
brought before them, as the importance of a pen-
itentiary in our Tenitory Our code of punish-
ment now in orce, are repugnant to the spirit of
the age we live in, and when our Juries bring in,
a verdict-in accordance with it, it tails upon the
ear like a voice from the 12th century. It is
needless for the Jury to dilate on the repugnance
now universally felt for these feudal inflictions,
but there is an evil of great magnitude arises out
of the general disrelish of our system of punish-
ment. The pi.iishma:it meted out, in very many
cases, is not determined by the aggravation of the
*offence, but the greater or less rezfiement, sensi-
bility and benevolence of the Jury which act
upon it.
The Grand Jury have remarked that, within a
few years, the General Government has made a,-
propriations for the erection of a penitentiary in
at least one of the Western Territoris, and it has
rented some surprise, particularly as the subject
has heretofore been brought to the notice of our
Delegate, by the Grand Jury of a neighboring
county, that no movement was mad" by him in
our behalf eonfernporaneou.l4y vith th;e apple i-
Stion of other Territories. -The Grand .Jnry would
respectfully ask leave, 'throug'i "your Ho.,ir,,t0
present this subject to the notice of our Delegate
in Congress.
The Jury would also call public attention to
the importance of a revision of our criminal code.
The inequality of punishments ailixed to crimes,
is a matter of glaring importance, and when the
Jury advert to the fact that the most aggravated
case of manslaughter and the shooting of a cow
are made subject to the same punishment, no
farther argument is required, before an enlightened
commu inty.
This Grand Jury would he defective in duty,
did they not accord to your Honor their thanks,
for the very able, impartial and satisfactory man-
ner in which you have fulfilled the duties of your
high office.
To vie District Attorney the thanks of this
community aLe eminently due, for his zeal, inde-
pendent uncompromising firmness and fearless-
ness in the discharge of his official duties-the
services of such an officer are invaluable in this
community, and we trust will always b- properly
estitrated by our citizens.
The [J. S. Marshal is also deserving of our en-
tire and hearty approbation tor the very satisfac-
tory manner in which his duties have been ful
filled. B. ELL[SON,
Foreman.


. where-tlit!'authour embraces such a variety of
Subjects, .,nut in the bill," and has such a sick-
.ening esctSs,of sentiment without senses, that
Shad nj l'ejein theidaysaof Sterne, he would with-
;,lvltdbufot hdre been private amuensis, and per-
A.,,'haps ,,netor to him in every glen through which
i-he, traersed in his remarkable and pleasing


PI journe.y
.. *Pardon,
\ prface, to


ear reader, this digression, by way of
,he, very important subject matter in
uthern Influences" is certainly asub-
ve would like to understand and ap-
, but for this volunteer, who no doubt
perhaps an aboril:inee, we should have
ered up with the rakings of oblivion,
Roperr knowledge of our.localities.
:es the description of things of time
fth a"full letter of grim death and
Wd in, a fashion which the ancient
'rs never dreamed of, poor ignorant
id which would have saved the be-
rants for literary fame a vast deal of
Ctail and consecutive events-a stu-
Ich of genius, which gives you the
clearly and 'forcibly, that you are


'hmnd. "So
J -jet "whichN
' 11preciate, art
a^ A native,1
14all-beenl gat
without a
HecornamerI
And sense, k
the grave, a
Scasrsic writ
.wretchesd, a
Sighted aq,'
,\ 'trouble in a
Spendous str
Sconcluision 6


S: ableto jumrnat the premises. Extracts from the
above lette finust be given detached, and in ex-
tenso, to gather the ,,orient pearls at random
strung." The letters were intended to be ( some-
th ing beneficial to both of the correspondents,"
Sand are thnm \ith a noble aid unsought for gen-
? erositv, giwen to tlhe. gaping world, which shows
4, .onc{iivly that.tlhe heart of the donator-pul-
sated to the dictte- of pure philanthropy.
SFirst, 'e have my dear La Bresa, in his
lmor:in,,-pwn, sitting quietly in a cushioned
.tocokinm-0|air, reclining a thinking head upon
,' sleidcivhite hand." That indeed is very cornm-
atablc. waui sauit tO 4triouU-is taste of
1t0e o(Aiur nice young ,men on and about town;
-OIL theif is not a particle of doubt but that La
Bsa thAu,,ht, and that deeply as that which
t, '0folows will amply prove. Next, after a perora-
ti* to maa's ell'-esteem, he says: I have taken
Cl'.iderable care in the expression of my lan-
i.91 ih hopes that my pains may more than
/trek me, by eliciting an answer from you."'--
A'T rticle itself, hv its expressive imagery, and
al,,beautit'ul ide+.;, sufficienitly evinces that
*care .4-tueni, Pven t.i a common observer, aild
,IOrir ihowv La Bresa's fine appreciation of
*dtfrr'> answered it the very next week. Next
'w: ,'w hav Fth e sniithern bach covered with car-
"cslaess ofd'driftel d.?id." This we admit is a
Sm ,st frig', picture, and if fact would but fa-
'th* the tiift it would- put money in the purse
'Of cMroles,. V a blush of shame upon the cheek
'Of etery ttng But I an'happy to inform the
h .horror-stricllfeadar; of tl;e correspondence, that
the Beach ias *ve:i a certificate that such a thin-
1 is of rre 'otccUrricl nd then purely accidental.
Again' we havk in immediate connection, the
Ssolemnassertio", that the rud- winds have bea-
ten doomn the Mmeatoi of friendship, (pride)
and th iains and the tiJe have washed the cer-
tainty o jtlleir reting pl Ices away."
It wil'be rich newl to perso:is who resid on
the sea *st, to lear a'hat they b;Ary their dead
within tl-influence ff :ida waters. And the
Jnex .13 al-t poetry_ 'i,todest spire of grass
will hometkaes wave in silem i gentleness' over
lte pl!ce o6the to mt,, ant a few May flowers
will be thr heads at twilght, and drop a tear
toatihe anyne of'departedbeauty and excel-
lene n" Thast ,, pire of ,gr" tho' solitary and
alon0 and :orriful at that, stuld be celebrated
*in song by 9id t.as the deep, ep, lovely green
-Of sorrow-and .^se May flower however lowly,
wibuld each havp ode by the me fruitful au-
"thor. Theenligh^`ed'birds, too' of the present
lay ,tary i me4ri.ver the placed that the rude
hatchment and thigpall had madt soremn.,,
'Thoughtless, harJ-hpted wretches4theyiought


ACTING BOXES--20 large ,
SFor :,ale by -. .".,,., ,
my- J. STEVEtsC^^l-
PA INT.', OILS, &c.-75 ke"s4
10 kegs Black Paint, 10 dil' re-
1 bbl Yellow Ochre; .1 bbl'lr..
2 dl) Spirits Iumpentiere; v
5, all s Spefin Oil; ,-:- k uu ,
2 .)J Paint Brushes, assorted; for :,..
DODGE & ,
apl13 .
SUNDRIES.--10 bbls Cider Y .
-. 2 b'.,ls C,,p,.rds; .aS miia^'^a;.
6 chests Teas, green, lack, Sf4.t3 !^ *-
l'. ke-s Sal-rat,,s; 3Au Nu.3."L', d.+B-
it) box Ground Pepper; 4 (h'
5 basket-, Salad Oil; 5 keWgsf?
3.) bags Shot, assorted ; I c A-01
5 cases Piclkles; 1 do Preserve'4r' ..
5 do Tomato Catsup, fior sale oy+ '"
DODGE & GR- ,
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QQ- PUBLIC NOTICE-The Citlz,ns of
Apalachicolai are requested to attend a meeting
on Monday evening next, at the Merchants &
Planters Exchange, at half-past 7 o'clock, flr tlhe
purpose of organizing a Military Company.


DIED--Oa Sunday, the 12th instant BAKER
JOHNSON, youngest son of IRobert Jonn Floyd,
E--q., aged one yeair and twenty-nine davs.


W- lTne subscriber being compelled to r,'i. mn
here through the summer, would be pleased to
attend to any business entrusted to his care.
JAS. F. FARRIOR.
Apalachicola, May 18, 1844.


MAIL ARRANGEMENT.
Dne- TnuF Klwy- anf-Trif+ -r oFro-wi-,,rr'. B.
Closes Tuesdays and S-iturdays at 10, P. M.

COTON' MARKET.


NOTICE.--CORNEL[US GRADYNis ,i.\
d(nly dPautitii.dJ_ L,nt clurin nmy abSsewce Ironl
the Territory. M. LARKN.
Apalachicola, MTay 18, 1844. ml_- 3.t


;jU- NOTiCE--We have appointed JOSEPH
W. HAMMOND, our lawful agent to tIrdiisact
business tobr us during our absence from the' Ter-
ritory. s. DILL & CO.
Apalachicola, May 8th, 1844. my 11 3t
{} NOTICE.-CORNELIUS GRADY, is my
duly authorized' agent during rny absence from
the Territory. JOHN KERN.
Apalachicola, April 27, 1844. 31


We have had a free in tuiry for cotton this week,
as our sales will show--:here has been consider-
able business in the article. The demand has
been freely met by holders at our quotations: In-
ferior 4j to 54; Or.inary 51 to 5j; Middling 6 to
6,: Mid. Fair 7; Fair 7j.
The sales of the week amount to 1,212 bales as
follows :-i0 bales at 4L; 11 at 5; 2 at 51; 13 at 5A;
29 at 5j; 69 at 5j; 46 at 4j: 34S at 6; 49 at 6-; 313
at 64; 164 at 61;.2 at 6|-; 129 at 6j; 12 at 6a; 10 at
7 cents per Ib.
COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand Ist Oct.,..........211
Received since our last,........ 1.756
previously......... 116,613
---118,5S5 bales.
Exported since our last,.......2,799
previously, ........ 107;285
--110,034 "
Stock on hand not cleared,....... 8,501 "
FREIGHTS.
To Liverpool, .......... (frm).....l-2d pr Ib,
No engagements coastwise since our last.

r EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Globe--1,394 bales
cotton.
NEW YORK-Per ship Martha Washington-
767 bales cotton.
Per brig MNnhattan-476 whales co'ton.
Per brig Magnolia-160 bales cotton.

"AIPORTS.
NEW ORLEA N'--Per schr Swallow-29) pcs
ba-ini, 100 coils ro>>e, 25 hh-ls sugar, 52 bbls
whiskPy, to Kimbroigh & Ridgway; 150 sacks
corn to T H & C H Aisqin; 9 pkg rnidze Moore
Per schr Mary-3 casks bacon, 22 bbl' pork, 9,
sacks corn J Dayv Sc Co; 84 pkgs mdze Farrior ^
Co; 16 Capt Sharplpss; 11 Moore & McKeizie;
20 H R Taylor; 25 Lockhart & Young; 53 Flew-
ellen & Butt.
PASSE NGERS.
Per Steamer Boston-Messrs Chas Rn ers, G W
Ross, Jas Bonnell, J H Grace, Robt Wheaton, A
C Mlorton, Mathew Perrvman, Wakefield
Per steamer Agnes-Capt E J Wood, E Talbot,
Bottom.
Per steamer Colum hi--Me N-Tr; Green and Bliss.
Per steamer Charl-st.>n-Dr Ma,-!ifr and lady,
Mr Ricks, lady, child and,:,serv't, Messrs NTcKen-
zie, McCall, Danforth, Sanford, Porter, Andrews
and Harrison.
Per steamer Siren-Dr M L Armistead, Messrs
P C Kain, Dickinson.
Per ship Martha Washington, sailed for New
York-Mrs P Hobart and three chil.lrpn, M-ssrs H
Jackson, A Dodge, H H Dodge, S M McKly, W
A Woord, E Jones, M B Avery, R Wheaton, D
Stow, C S Russell.
SPer brig Manhattan, sailed for New York-H
Nourse, lady, child an]. serv't, J W Cofnn and
lady, Mrs M P Ellis, child,.and serv't, Mrs.Hale,
Mrs Mitchel, Miss L A Mitchel,,Rev A B HTart,
Messrs J N Cummings, W T Wool, MV A Myers,
E B Whitmarsh, D Richardson, A P Williams, M
Larkin, N F Barry, Mr Cost, Mhns Andre
Per schr Swallow, sailed for New Orleans.-Mr.
DK Dodge.,
Per brig Magnolia, sailed, fdr New York-'-B G
Ropes and lady, #
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CHAIRS! CHAIRS! -1ceiu1
Alarianna-- '
10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chai
3 curled "" I
r2 Boston Rocking Chai'is:
1 IMahoRanV ,, <_
AlI,,--ofa.- Sideboards, Reldmr."
Bedsteads, \Wahstands, Curled H''"
Feathters, &c., ail of which ,ilY'"e i
Cash0, by PTER
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Ci- NO'TICE-JOHN JONES, is my duly ,,u-
thorised agent during my absence Irom .the Citv.
WM. H. JON .E.
Apalachicola, May 1st, 1844, my4 3;1
C, NOTICE.-CORNELIUS GRADY, 1 my-
duly authorized agent during my absence from
the Territory. SAM'L. SMi'l'H.
Apalachicola, May 1st, 1844. m-l4 .31


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Dl1;)"y &k Co's; A Seign'tle's
Gin-Holland, anchor brand.
WViiskey-Old Scotch ; Monongahela, r'.
\Vine--Old Madira; Siciky; old pwoe El'
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REMOVAL.--Massrs WHITMARiH &,
RICHARDSON, in contsequence of the lite iire
have removed to No. 32 Water street, where thev
offer foir sale a general assortment ot gro.,cerie.j,
confectionary, fruit, &c. ap2>7 :;t


RAN.SPAREN'T WINDOW BLtI
A bediiti'fl article-asinrtA pai
For sale by B. ELL 05&O


OTICE.--'Those indebted to, or holdingr
N ecltims against, the .udersigned, are ree',rredl
lor settlement to Geo. S. Hawkins, E31., hIs letidl
attorney. W. D. PRICE.
S' Joseph, May 15, 1844. r mlI 1*
N"OTICE.-The co-partnership heretoklre ex-
isting'in this place between the sub.crlbers,
under the firm of MOIORE & McKFNZiE, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
f JOHN M. MOORE,
WILLIAM A. McKENZIE.
Apalachicola, May 18, 1844.
A ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.- Six moith.
L after ,ite, I-will apply to the Hon. W. G. M.
Davis, Judge of.the Cou,lt'y Court of Franriklin
county, for letters of dismission from the estate
of Thos. H. Thompson. H. B. STONE,
Apalachicola, May 18, 1844. Adin'r.
ITY HOTEL-J. W. HAMMOND, thavi-
thl for the- liberal patrona,,e during" .-tfe
winter, gives notice th't the CITY HOT,,"Will
be kept open during the summer, and ev.' pains
taken to accommodate boarders, that e con-
veniences of'the City afford. my4 -t
oeRcklanld Lake cee
T HE undrrsignrd, Agent .fore ROCKL..\ND
SI.LAKE [CIC COMPAN" asjust received
per late arrivals, a full Iupof' fTCE which he
is prepared to retail at reduced price of five
cents per pound. Thrce House will be- open-
ed every day from 7 8, A-. M, from l2' to 1,
and rrom 5 to 6, o'c 6de P M. Person-idreirig
to purchase i se notice this "e;..ilagnn.
. 3-. Steamboa *the s'ip Zini, lied at
any hour of the ay M J MOUNT, Agent.
Apalachic Ma 5, 1844 myll tf


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GOLD MItEs.-Tlhat Wetumpka Argus says
The Minihg regions of our State are datily increas-
in- in interest. T'rhis district is very extensive;
eumbracing., atlladera, Ra3.f,,1: h, C,.0'S0 aitd Talla-
poosa. The. nothe rn pIrtot'C'of c sa cunl% is every
dtLy yietli:,g- t nw mni6eralogical, secrets to the
inquisitive sarchor a:terthe precious metal; and
we doubt not that this section would furnish an
interesting field tfor 'the labors of tne scientific
scholar.
In the south eastern corner of Talladega the
Messrs, Riddll's, H-I,iljon, & Co are working a
mine thou-h not to be, itfarior to any in the
United States.
MR. TAPPA .--Senator 'from Ohio, has ac-
knowledged that he was the person who broke
the injunction ofsecrecy,.bV ending tloNew York
a copy of the Texan treaty and documents. Like
Mr. S: T. Mason, of Virginia,lvho disclosed the
Jay treaty, Mrl. T.glare. i and'vindicates the act.

Proceed&ar-s of CRn/ cil.
,.. q-',^I, CHfIA.ibE, )
WEO)NK-,'AV EvNINXa, L.ay 1, 144.
Council met this cveain. PreNent, DdvidG.
Raney, Mayor- Counciimw:n, Mssrs. Roberts.
Schiffer, Babcock, Clements, Wod and Farrior
The minutes of the last meetingwere read and
approved.
Mr. Farrior, as chairman of Fina.ce Commit-
tee, asked further time to report on' ccoants re-
ferred to said committee.
Mr. Roberts, from thn committee t whom was
referred the claim of the city to the varf proper-
ty at the foot of streets, reported that ie City At-
torney had been instructed to comrneCe suit for
said property, .
Mr. Wood called up the report of tieommit-
tee, to whom was referred thecommuni'tion of
;the Tax Assessors, asking a further compsation
\f6r assessing the taxes, and said report was opted
!allowing each assessor $25. 1 0.
SMr. Schiffer, seconded iby Mr. Roberts, eled
for the yeas and nays, and were : "\
Yea- -Messrs. Babcock, Wood, Clementa nd
'.simmons. \
- Nays-.-4MeBrs. Roberts and Schiffar.
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N J 'I C IE-' hI'le part nerslhL here 'isirtl
in this place mweerv me.stbeT)-1t.
the- firm of: ,, PRESONqrou' tCt'i
day dissolved by mutu;4Yconsent. '.'.
r T`OMAS P1
: J. C. A;A!'M
Apalachicnla, XaYv Sth, 1844. .'-.I
F-A:HIONASLE SPRING AND.-
J CLO'lTHJI.N.--Just received p'er sb D i-
anna aand bv-, Tilno-leon, a fashionable "' nti
olf s.,jrinj and S4immer Goods, cons, int :.-
Cr(-,Petl't Frock and Dress coats' ,..
B'cl4k and blue Orleans Clotli dh_, .
.Th.bet Cloth ;&
G.rimbrnon Sack Coat.s; ..,
SSummer Tweed, F'rdck & Dress'qats' : .
Do do Sacks', "' .
Kentucky Jean do. 'do. ., "
Drap ('ele Pants; Fancy Cassimerne 'i6 f.
Plain and figured gainbrunn Pants; 41
Singer Tweed do: St.Avpus &d_.-.e "
Crape and twilled Cottonade d,
Grar d ville Pants; ;i -' *
Plain and ni'd stin.Vests; Fig dIA,
Plain and fig'd Marsailles do. .,, -.
Also, a general assortment of HaNdif4le'
Sui,,enders. Hoserv, &c., &c. .-.,; ^
For sale by S. B. HA,!'AD,
myll 417\ "(


Q1o be shot. .
After commencing p" ,, unacclim .*ed south-
xernne:' '.he concludes Us* svagely :,1This is
Ihe end of savige is see hov much
tmoreMiblspect is paid ,essors.'
Welliithis is r I had4 written
tthus far- upon .the nof the horr,,ri
,of southern sepu es in with-
,Lo to, por !tered
Sees A ; )inCe9 in the tiid.
As he sees the rt~g life, so
r W 4a! ,he be fount his bones
i6,]rne u d:upon the
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.b,- is a tiamatemetrys;,than
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

N- OTICE-Six weeks after date I shall apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court for the County of Franklin, for
Letters of Administration on the estate of Amory
Rogers, deceased, late of Franklin County, Fla.
B. T. CARO.
Apalachicola, March 23, 1844.
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. COBB.
Marianna, May 4th, 1844. mil 6w
N OTICE.-Four weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Hon. R. H. Long, Judge of the Coun-
ty Court of Jackson County, for an allotment of
my dower in the real and personal estate of
Frederick L. Ming, deceased.
0 SUSAN A. MING.
Marianna, April 25, 1844. my4 4w
OTICE -Four weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Hon. R. H. Long, Judge of the Coun-
ty Court of Jackson County, for an allotment of
my dower in the real estate of Lackland M.
Stone, deceased. HANNAH D. STONE.
Marianna, April 25, 1844. my4 4w
N OTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court for
Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the
estate of John Norton, late of said county, de-
ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. a20 6m
OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from
the administration of the estate of John S. Ran-
dolph, late of said county, deceased.
FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor.
Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m


INSURANCE AGENCIES.
THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIP
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office, JNo. 57 Wall Street, XN. Y.
Insure Dwelling-houses, Warehouses and Build-
ings in general, Merchandise, Household
Furniture, Ships building, Ships in Port
and their Cargoes, and evary de-
scription of personal Property,
AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.
R. W. MARTIN, Secretary.
DIRECTORS.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, ROB'T McCOSKRY,
JAMES BRYAR, HENRY PARISH,
JAMES McBRIDE, REUBEN WITHERS,
JO HN ADAMS WILLIAM SCOTT,
JOHN HAGGERTY, F. SUYDAM,
G. C. VERPLANCK, PETER I. NEVIUS,
JOHN JOHNSTON, RICHARD IRVIN,
JOS. KERNOCHAN, C. V. S. ROOSEVELT,
JOHN I. PALMER, E. D. HURLBUT,
P. LORILLARD GEO. P. POLLEN,
JAMES McCALL, WM. COLGATE,
LOWELL HOLBR OOK.
The undersigned have been appointed agents
of the above Company, and are empowered to is-
sue policies of insurance against loss or damage
by fire, on as favorable terms as other good offices.
NOURSE & STONE,
Apalachicola, March 23,1844. 46 Waterst.


Apalac hicola District of Florida.
In superior Court--Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.

David D. Churchill, 5 Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
T appeal ing to the Court by affidavit, that the
sait David D. Ohurchill, the above defendant,
resides be\ lnd the jurisdiction of this Court, and
out of the Territory of' Florida, but.within the
United Srtte3: It is ordered, that publication be
rnde in some newspaper published in the city of
Apalalilicolj, once a week for four months, re-
quirimii. glint to appear and answer the said bill of
con-mplaint on or before the expiration of that
time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed
against him, and such further order given in the
premises as to the Court may seem justice.
Copy--Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL,
& L. BRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitofs f9r Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4mn


S; Apalar '.Ic.. Feb. 24, 1844.
THIIE u IdJ ned makes known to his friends
and tie I .iat he has purchased the entire
; i teraet o r .. te partner, and will continue the
business u.,t.- '.is own name at the old stand.
S, feb' S. R. FORD.
N :T'OT.IC'E--The partnership heretofore existing
N in tlh, i", ..-e between the.subscribers under
the firm of RESTON & MACLAY," is this
dav dissolv-e ,, mutual consent.
",- THOMAS PRESTON,
,L... J. C. MACLAY.
? Apalar' :1.la, May Sth, 1%-14. mil Im
S-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-The under-
signed iav.e this d-w entered into business
.br tro firm of1 RAI MOND & SCOT r," and
V.-Iy be foun;i at their place of business, No. 31
S -ter st'eel-the -- Wtfavr)ly House."
R. E. RE. RAIIOND,
M. N. SCOTT.
A.,Apalachicola, April 1", S 544. mv4 2m
/ly' OTICE.-The undersigned have this day
..' formed a partnership under the name antd
:style of "GOL.!STEIN .& CO." for the transa3c-
'ol tion o( a gen'r il Wholesale Grocery and Com-
~.iusion Busineas:. D. GOLDSTEIN,
v JOHN R. BEERS.
; Columbus, Ahril 1, 1S4-1. apl3 2.n
Cabinet Furniture,
.DETER HOBERT, No. ,42 Water street, have
Ptust received per late arrivals from the North
,tht followir articles of CABINET FURNI-
E, which he offers at reduced prices:
Sofps, Sidaboards and Secretary's.
Sag Bdaureaus and Bookcases;
a uy Rocking Chairs;
r.GLVt'1 ae Back and Seat;
Bosto do of various sizes;
S Mabay and Curl'd Maple Chairs;
Fancy & Windsor do of various patterns;;
S Ladies Work Tables; Looking Glasses;
". Looking Glass Plates;
Willowv Travelling Baskets, all sizes;
Willow Oradles and Wagons. janT9


Franklin Superior Court.
SpringTerm, 1844.
A. G. Semmes,
\s. Damages $500-Attatchment.
Elias Simpson,
TIHE defendant and all persons interested are
notified of' the institution of the above suit,
and are required to appear and plead as required
by law. A. G. SEMMES.
Apalachicola, Jan. 18, 1844.' ap120 3m


THE JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY of
Hartfbrd, Conn.-The undersigned agent for
the said Company, is prepared to issue policies of
Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on
rivers, on favorable terms. The capital of the
above company is large and invested in the safest
possible manner, and its settlement of losses has
always been prompt and liberal.
DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.


Franklin Superior Court.
Spring Term, 1844.
Hyllyer Bush & Co. '
vsm. H. epherd Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Wm. H. Shepherd.-'o
T HE defendant and all persons interested are
hereby notified of the institution of the above
suit, and that I will apply to the Judge of the
Superior Court of Frankin Cbunty, at the Spring
term of said Court, 1844, for a foreclosure of said
mortgage. A. G. SEMMES, Plff's Att'y.
Apalachicola, Nov. 24, 1844. apl20 3m


THE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford,
Conn., with full power to receive proposals and
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
damage by Fire,,and also to take Marine and In-
land risks. The reputation of this company for
settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.

Ready Made Clothing !
N MILLER & CO., 45 Wa-
S. ter street, have just receiv-
ed per late arrivals, a general as-
sortment of NEW and FASH-
IONABLE READY MADE
CLOTHING, consisting of Over
Coats-S acks--Surtouts--Pants--
Vests, &c., &c., as follows:
Cloth, Beaver, Flushing and
.- .-.. Satinet Over Coats;
Plain black, blue, brown and invisible green
Frock and Dress Coats;
Cloth, cassimere and flushing Sack Coats;
Cloth, cassimere and sattinet Pants of difflbrent
colors and patterns;
Plain and figured silk, satin, Valencia and cassi-
mere vests;
White muslin and linen Shirts;
Colored do do do
Red and white flannel Shirts and Draws;
Striped shirts; Negro Pants;
Socks and Mittens; Boots and Shoes;
Hats, Caps, &c., &c. jan29


N OTICE-Six months after date I shall app
to the Judge of the County Court for Franl
lin county, for letters of dismission from the ac
,ministration of the estate of Martin Snyder, lat
of said county deceased.
Dec 25, 1843. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r.


Franklin Superior Court.
Henry D. Darden, Attachment for $12,000.
vs. Damages $25,000.
Daniel McDougald,
rpHE defendant and all others interested are
hereby notified of the institution of the above
suit, and are required to plead according to law.
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Atty's for Pl'ff
Apalachicola, Nov. 22d, 1843. febl9 3m
Franklin Superior Court.
to Spring Term, 1844.
Raphael J. Moses, ATTACHMENT $302 20.
vs.
William Tilley. Damages $500.
T HE defendant and all others interested, will
L please take notice of the institution of this
suit by attachment, and appear and plead to the
same according to law. R. J. MOSEJ,
Apalachicola, Jan. 30th, 1844. feb5 3m


NOTICE.-Six months after date, I shall ap-
ply to the Honorable the Judge of the Court
for the county of Franklin, for letters of Dismis-
sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of
said county, deceased.
S. H. HARTSHORNE,
Nov. 30, 1843. 45 Administrator.
OTICE.-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Judge of the County Court for Frank-
lin county, for letters of Dismission from the
administration of the estate of Robert Robinson,
late of said county, deceased.
H. B. STONE, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. 6m
TOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
1 to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from
the estate of Willis Yon, deceased.
A. G. SMITH, Administrator.
Apalachicola, Nov 11, 1843. nil 6mh


In Jackson Superior Court,
To the Spring Term, 1844.
James Boon,
vs.o LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
Piety Boon.

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


OTICE.--All persons indebted to the estate
of HENRY BEADLE, deceased, are re-
quested to make immediate payment to the sub-
scriber; and all persons having demands against
said estate will present them duly authenticated
within the time prescribed by law, or this notice
will be plead in bar of their recovery.
JAMES GIBSON, Administrator.
Apalachicola, April 17, 1S4-1. ap-20 2mn


Thomas E. Gray,
HAVING opened a Tailoring
Establishment in the room lately
e occupied by D. H. Pallais, Esq.
watch-maker, directly over Mr.
F. Kopman's store, where he is
prepared to execute all orders in
a workmanlike manner, and trusts
to give general satisfaction to
those who may favor him with
their patronage.


UIlCE.--.All persons having clanis against
the estate of Mrs. MARY A. SCOTT, de-
ceased, will please present them within the time
prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery; and all those indebted
will please call and settle the same.
E J WOOD, Administrator.
Apalachicola, April 10, 1844. apl3 2m


Territory of Florida.
JACKSON COUNTY.
In Richard Wilson, Esqr.'s Justice's Court.
M. L. Cavert, .ATTACHMENT for $31 26
vs. Returnable to March Term,
Henry B. Cooper. ) 1844.
HE defendant and all others interested are
hereby notified of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, and required to appear and
plead to the same as the law directs.
M. L. CAVERT, Plaintiff.
Marianna, Feb. 20, 1844. m23


March 23, 1844.
Boot and Shioe Making.
THOMAS CLARK having remove(
to the Store formerly occupied by Jo
_.aeph Schrodt, respectfully informs th
citizens of Apalachicola, and the up
country that he will attend to the above business
in all its branches. French calf skin Boots mad,
to order. He hasalso on hand a supplyof Frencl
Gaiter Boots and Shoes, new and fashionable
style, which will be sold as low for cash as in an,
house in the city. oct. 28.
L. A. LeGay,
(AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
TAKES this method of inform.
ing the public, that he has jusl
returned from New York, with
new and splendid assortment of
JEWELRY,
Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a
new pattern of beautiful Breastpins-among them
some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and
Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold
and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob
Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Ma.itle
Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell
low for cash.
FULL JEWELED GOLD WATCHES AS CHEAP AS
SEVENTY DOLLARS.
All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired, and
warranted to perform well.
N. B. Persons residing in Apalachicola, or
along the river, wishing their Watches or other
Jewelry repaired, having -an opportunity to send
them by trustworthy hands, during the boating
season, can have them repaired by Mr. LeGay,
and returned with nearly the same despatch as
though his establishment were in Apalachicola.
Columbus, Ga., Oct.'15, 1843. 40 tf -
GOSHEN CHEESE-A fresh lot just received
and for sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
apl6 33 Water st.
BLOCKS.-2000 ft common, bushed and plank
assorted sizes, for sale by
feb26 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.
9000 nBS of wrought Spikes, assorted.
.W ~ For sale by
apl6 4t ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO.
XES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes,
just received and for sale by
apl3 3 ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.
O ARS.-s'000feet assorted sizes.
Ifor sale by W A WOOD,
feb26' 23 Water st.


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


Territory of Florida.
JACKSON COUNTY.
In Richard Wilson, Esqr's Justice Court.
Horace Ely, R Attachment for $38 06.
vs. Returnable to February term,
Henry Cooper. 1844,
T HE defendant and all others interested are
hereby notified of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, and required to appear and
plead to the same as the law directs.
I HORACE ELY, Plaintiff..
'Marianna, January 30th, 1844. feb5 3m


N OTICE.--All persons having claims against
S Thomas Williams, late of Jackson county,
deceased, are required to present the same duly
authenticated within the time prescribed by law
or this notice will be plead in bar of their re-
covery. All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate settlement.
THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator.
Marianna, Jan. 19th, 1844. jan22 6m


Franklin Superior Court.
William Lawrence, Compl't,) Bill for Divorce.
Svs.a December Term,
Elizabeth Lawrence, Def 't. 1843.
CAME the complainant by counsel, and it ap-
peanring to the satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant resides beyond the limits of the Terri-
tory of Florida. Therefore it is considered by the
Court that the defendant do appear here on or be-
fore the expiration of three calendar month from the
date hereof, and answer the complainant's bill of
complaint, or the same will he taken pro confess.
And it is further ordered that a copy of this order
be published in the Commercial Advertiser for
three months consecutively. #
(Copy.) Teste, GEO. F. BALTZELL,
MOSEs, Solicitor. Clerk.


L. W. Spratt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
WTILL 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 reg-
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.
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


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Spring & Sumanier Goods.
J STEVENSON & CO., have jIt received
*per late arrivals and ofier for salmon pleasing
terms, a handsome assortment of sPRING and
SUMMER GOODS, consisting ;n iart of-
Fine black C'ashme-ett;
Ribbeda thncy and lain GanbrJons;
Super'thite Drillifigs and tncy French Casai-
mers; Brown and rass cold Linens;
Washington and _ipka slopes, for boys cloth'g
Fine and medium paintedlawns;
Mexican mixtures and /6iva cloth, a new ar'*
ticle; Extra superfine Baerines;
Medium do.;, Ginghai do., a new article; .t
Linen Checks and SatPen, suitable for Saeks;
Fancy Prints, comprijug a great variety, jpirnk
and purple colors; ;
Erkston Ginlghams, colors;
Fine hemstitclaed ambrick Handkfs;,
Do. with co ers, for gents;
Black and white
Fine white ane n do.
Gents fine whit
Ladies do; C
Fancy gause l Ribbons;-
Russia Diaper k; Fans;
Linen Sheetir. squtto netting;'
A goond assor. 5 ull, jackonett &
plaid 7Muslins apl3
ORDAGC &
75 coil o feso.ted; 1
25 b' od0


I AT CHAMBERS, April 13th, 1844.
TrHE Superior Court for the County of Cal-
J- houn, fixed by law to be held on the fourth
Monday of this month is hereby adjourned to the
t ird Wednesday of May next.
SAM'L. W. CARMACK, Judge
aPO 6t. of the District of Apalachicola.
DISI^ICT OF APALACHICOLA, Fla.-
DSpr"X and Fall Term of the Superior
court.-- >an act of the late Council, the terms
of said Courare appointed as follows:-
Spring Tert.-Washington County, fourth
Monday in Marc, Calhoun, fourth in April;
Franklin, first in ;y Jackson, third in May.
Fall Term.--Was ngton County, second Mon-
day in November; Jacson, third in November;
Franklin, first in Decebber; Calhoun, third in
December.
D ROBERT MYE-s, U. S. Marshal.
Apalachicola, April 15, 18'4. ap20 Im
SOAP-10 bxs No. 1 Boston 311ow bar Soap.
10 boxes 9 N York ,
5 ,' Winchester, best family.
10 ,, Kimball's superior Shavqi and Toi-
let Soap.
20 bbls Soap, the best and cheapest ,r wash-
ing and stowing cotton.
Just received and for sale low by
S. DILL & CO.
marll 29 Water st.


Wna. Sydney Green, I. D.
DR. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres-
sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
der himself more useful in his profession.
Office on Centre, near Water street t.dec25


PALM LEAF HATS & SUMMER BONNETS
A fresh supply just received and for sale by
apl3 B. ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.


D AMAGED GOODS.--Goods slightly damaged
by removal on the night of the late fire, for
sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
apl3 33 \Vater st


HEESE SAFES.-Assorted sizes.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
al 77 33 Water street.


SWEDES IRON.-Assorted sizes, just received
and for sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
ap27 33 Water street.


T RUNKS.-Iron Bound, Leather and Hair
- Tunks, for sale low by
febl2i N MILLER, 45 Water st.


TmIG FOR SUMMER, CARPETS.--A
;mre tsortment just received.
sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
33 Water street.
'


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


PILOT'AND NAVY BREAD.-50 bbls Pilot
S 50 do Navy, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.
/30 HHDS New Bacon, just received, and for
aU sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
apl6 33 Water st.


e, Bssortcd;

AR&9TERi
'Water trtt,


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S-100 bbls Thomaston Lime.
PBUr sale by
y KIMBROUGH" & RIDGWAY.


ROPE &, BAGGING.-Northern Bale Rope
and India Bagging, for sale by
ap20 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.


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MANSION IHOtUSE. i"
rpHIS establishment is still kept.up in the "bst
AL 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 best the market affords, and
the services,of the most attentive servants are se-
cured. Feeling grateful for:former liberal patron-
age, the subscriber hopes to ierit its continuance.
I ,BENJ'N HURD.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 184A. feb5 tf
APALACH1COLA EXCHANGE.
T HE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that
theabove Establishment has been entirely re-
fitted, and is now open for the reception of per-
manent and transient boarders;and the subscriber
hopes by strict attention to th&e. business of his
house to be,second to none in renderinghis guests
comfortable.
Oysters, Game, &c. served up at all hours, and,
in the best style. The Bar attached to the house,
as usual, is stocked with the best Wines and Li.
quors. Grateful for the liberal patronage hereto-
fore received, he hopes that his friends.and the
public will continue to sustain.him.
HEZ SMITH.
Apalachieola, Dec. 18th, 1843. decl8 tf "
Warehouse Charges adopted by
the Cotton Presses.
OTTON for storage will be received at the
yard, and if compressed within one month
no charge will be made for storage, but 4 cents
per bale will be charged for labor, tiering &ce. If
not compressed within one month, 20 cents per
bale will be charged for storage, and 5 cents per
week thereafter. Time computed from date of
receipt until delivered to lighter or vessel. Cat.
ton changing hands; will in all cases be liable to
new storage from date of order inclusive, Turn-
ing out for sampling or weighing and re-storing
same, 8 cents per bale. Wantages lo be assessed
by the press when the cotton comes in arid the
amount assessed endorsed on the facd of the re-.
ceipt.
All cottons are required to have six goodan
sufficient ropes. Grass, tow, bark or cotton ropes
will be considered unmerchantable and deficient.
All deficient ropes will be charged at:the rate of
12- cents per rope, and all bagging at the rate of
25 cents per yard.
A. DOWNER, Jlgent
for the Screw Press.
C. WILSON, Hydraulic Press.
H. G. GUYON,
Florida Lever Press.
Apalachicola, Dec. 1st, 14-13. d7 tf
Rates of Wharlage.
'HE following are the Rates of Wharfage on
1 all Cotton, Merchandise, &c. landed or ship-
ped from the Wharf at this Port:
On Cotton, per bale, landed..... ..61 cents .
On shipped.. .6. 1 r
On Goods per barrel, landed, (esti- |
mating five cubic feet or 200 15s.
nett, equal to a barrel,)...... ...3
On Goods, per barrel, shipped.,;,..3
Salt, per sack, landed..........3 "
shipped .........3
Wood, per cord...........e..5 :
Lumber, per M feet:........50 ?
Bricks, per M............,.50 "
Shingles, per M...........12
Sacks of meal, corn, oats, or
other merchandise, containing
not more than three bushels...2 "
All lumber,'salt or merchandise, shipped
board vessels or steam-boats, fiom other vessel,
steamboats or rafts, lying at the wharf, will
charged one wharfage only.
Wharfage on cotton, or other merchandise la -
ed, to be paid by theconsignee; and when shp-
ped by the party taking the bill of Lading.
All goods and merchandise not enumer6ed
above will be charged at corresponding rates.d
Vessels, lighters and steambats, lying a the
Wharf, and not receiving or discharging Cfgo,
will be required to pay for the use of the bert^ ihe
sum of two dollars and fifty cents per day, .id to
give way to vessels or boats landing or discharging.
The following Article of the Regulationsf the
Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce, Will be
strictly adhered to :- / ,
Consignees of cotton shall be allowed three
days for their cotton to remain on the wiarf, and ,
purchasers two days, without incurring extra
wharfage. If after notification by the w rfinger
they allow it to remain a longer time, tjev shiali
incur an extra wharfage of 6- cents perbale, for
every twenty-four'hours that it rermain thereaf-
ter. Wood and lumrber shall not be aowed tb
remain more than twenty-four hours without it2,
curring an extra tiharfge for twenty our ho to
thereafter." '
All bills will be presented monthly for colke-
tion, NOURSE &' STONE.
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. tf
RoobertS, Allen & Co.,
AVE on hand and for sale:
Sheet and bar Iron; Blacksmith's To ls;
German, English Elister and Cast Eteel f


Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 galls;
Hollow Ware, wholesale and retail;
Wrought and Cut Spikes; Nails;
Brass Andirons; Fire Irons;
Platform Scales, tadms and Ballancef; I
Tin Ware of all kinds, vhlioleEale k retail. ,
Also, a general asnstnoiet rif Hardware.
They are also prepare d t o attend y orders,
for Ifon or Brass Castings, Blacknthing, Tin,
Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin apd Copper
Roofing on reasonable terms. jjanl ly


~S~LEGL NOT~III1ICE Il~


83801rr.,ON OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.--
Thecto-par.nership heretofore existing be-
J9i.e suu)Os.''ibers is this day dissolved by
.L t cntieit. The outstanding business ot
concern can lie settled by either of the part-
i o, and Wim. C. Lawrence will remain until all
W 'ttaffir of the co-partner.ship are closed, and in
tfe bline-time, will. attend to, the cutting business.
1. 106 All persons indebted will remind them-
ves I*s t'lt have any inception of: payin"- their
1 '1fre3), to c,.m'. forward and settle as promptly as
,T'~b have done their work.
SWM. C. LAWRENCE,
JbHN CAIGH.
i. alahichico; 3. April 15, 1S-11. ap0 2m
G S^SSI.i''::,N OF CO-P.ARTNERSHIP.--
Fhe co-p il, nership heretofore existing under
e, mhe .name a I ?s'le of ,"SHERMAN & FORD,"
"- a. ;, this da) di.,.qolved by mutual consent.
L. SHERMAN,
S. R. FORD,


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W M.I G. PORTER & CO., ot;r for sale a large
and well selected stock of DRY GOODS,
I consifioiag of:-
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys;
,; lSattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
Foreign and Domestic Prints;
Ar townn Drillings and Irish Linens;
'A.Iftched; and unbleached Sheetin-gs;
't"h, bU r Shirtings ;
4001i ,ottf Bnaburzs;
S od every other article in their line adapted
to rirt try trade. dec4 y
BOO1j & SHOES.-A prime assortment of
S8ootsand Shoes suitable lor the Spring trade
for sois by B ELLISON & CO.,
apl3 33 Water st.
SQUMMIFR ,HATS-2- 5 doz of fine Summer Hat
Srec t ved and for sale by
;"". .. S DILL &, CO., 29'\Vater st.
N N CON5IGNMEN Ir:-4 hhds CROCKERY
Ware, assorted, tbor country trade;
Chuwing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left-
Swich, Va., some superior cross brand;
Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery;
Hollow and Tini Ware;
-Saddlery, Hats, Boots ind Shoes, &c.
ALSO,
Sugar, Coffle, and Canal Flour;
Old Sherry Wine, in cases ;
Allof which will be sold very low for cash.
DAVID G. RANEY,
jn 43 Water street.
; ELLISON & CO. offer for sale an exten-
S sive assortment of Merchandize, suitable for
the Spring trade, consisTin, of
lbrcfei; Dry Goodi; Boots and Shoes;
fItaits and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods ;
'e Cri kery and GldassVare; Hardware;
Woodware, Brushes, &c &c. rnar3.)
FASHIONABLE SPRING AND SUALMMER'
CLOTHIN(,,-Just received per ship Mari-
anI andbrig Timoleon, a fashionable assortment
4 -o Spring and Sumner Goods, consisting of:-
.Drap d'ete Frock a&d Dress coats;
Black and blue OrleaR, Cloth do.
*' Thibet Cth do.
Qamlbroon Sack Coats;
Summer Tweed, Frock & kress coats;
i; Do do Sacks;
Kentucky Jean do. do.
S Drap tdete Pants; Fancy Cassiere do.
Plain and figured gambroon Pants,
.%mitier Tweed do; Stackapus do.
Crape and twilled Cottonade do..
Graoduville Pants;
Plain and fig'd satin Vests; Fig'd Silk do.
Plain and fig'd Marsailles do.
Also,a general assortment of Handkerchiefs,
8usp ", Hosery, &c., &c.
,For salr by S. B. HAMILTON,
my'1 47 Water street.
SADDLERY-Received by late arrivals from
New York, another assortment of Saddlery,
consisting of
Ladies' and Gentlemens' Saddles,
Coach Harnesses,

D]oble Wagon Harnesses,
Coci'ars and Hanes,
Brid"os and Bridle Bitts,
S.Martingales, Circingles and Girts,
'St"tUp. aid Stirrup Leathers,
SCaet R.-Ys of various kinds.
S. A a t',i\ Calf Skins and white and red Lin-
:LJ Skid, all of which will be sold low for Cash,
y: b PETER HOBART.


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Title: Commercial advertiser
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Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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VOLUME I
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SATURDAY. MAY
18. 1844.
[NUMBER 21. :. I .:

VOn IERClAL ADVERTISER CARDS. ..- .
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BY AUTHORITY. vices j
PUBLISHED. ; EVERY SATURDAY not exceeding, however three dollar" per Y r'
%Vm. G. Porter : day, for every day actually employed. V .
BY & Co. _
R. A. DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN. DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION N. YORK, N. ORLEANS COLUMBUS &c. &c. LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That eitherprty.: 1 .t :..

MERCHANTS. ADVERTISEMENTS.. FLORIDA. may fib objections, or exception to the report; ,

Office third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of No. 41 Water Street, !rW & &rn PASSEDAT THE TWENTY-SECOND SESSION OF THE of the Coramisioner: within ten days after they 1
nov25 1mU3m shall
Commerce & Chestnut streets, ly Jlpalackicola, Fla. D LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL 1844. be notified of the tiling! of tha same: ; or if flUV' ,
jM;. 13G Water &f S'J' Pine street. ,* WVMNo. notice is given them, within .
-- : thirty days after the *
McKay
& J
Hartshome, NEW YORK "> same H filed; and if no k ,
'J. objections "exception
AT THREE DOLLARS PER. ANNUM, COMMISSION or *
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. No. MERCHANTS, -_PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor. AN ACT to provide for the Partition or Divisionof i are filed as aforsaid: or if the Court is satisfied up-
40 Water street, real Estates. on the hearing of such t
Advertisements of tea lines or less (twenty lines novI Apalachicola Jas. L. Francis, Section 1. Be that any objection or exceptions
Florida. it enacted by the Governor and they are not xvell founded then the "
re
or more in proportion,) conspicuously insertedat MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER Legislative Council port shall be confirmed \
JEREMIAH DAY. of the and
Territory of Florida, a final decree shall'be i :
the following rates: DANIEL J. DAY. jVb. 226J: Bowery, near Rioinston That suits entered ._
J. Day & st. or actions, for the partition or divisionof up, which shall accordingly vest in -
One year..$10 00 One month,.... $2 50 1 COMMISSION Co., NSW YORK novI IyA.l1dl'CV real estate, may be instituted by bill or petition the respective parties, the title of the several V
Six m ) itha.7 00 Tnree weeks,. ....2 00 No. MERCHANTS, or. the equity side of the cels or portions of the par
52 S. Superior Courts of premises allotted
Water Cooke this to them
Tiiree; moaths .5 00 Two street, \
( weeks,.... ..1 50 janS in
Territory the and
ly respectively shall
COMMISSION county or District, in which the ; give to each of them the
Apalachicola
months Fla. MERCHANT
TWO 4 00)( One insertion,.....1 00 lands !
to be
divided
W. No. 5) Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulaa ,or which are the subject mat- possession and quiet title to their respective shares V
\VVoen advertisements A. fc st. .
are sent without P. C.
any special ftnlii ter of the suits lie as the other 7
be against
diretions as to the number of insertions COMMISSION New Orleans, La. the may or situated; and that parties to the suit, or those V .
MERCHANTS, Refers to-!Messrs Harper & Holmes proceedings in such suits or actions for parti- claiming through or under them; and a certified 'y-
rejuired, it will be understood that they are to No. 4 Columbus Block.Apala.chicola. jan15 tlnov tion, shall be governed by the ordinary rules of copy of said decree (being duly entered acc(; .
Apalachicola
be published UNTIL FORBID; they will therefore Fla. proceedings; in the Courts of Chancery of this to law) shall be recorded by the complainantl6r, ( \ (

be continued at our discretion, and charged Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to SIIEPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, WM. H. WYATT.S i Territory, except as is herein otherwise provided. some of the parties in interest, in the o'ffice of? i

according to the foregoing; rate I store.Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also /in JLippiiicott & Wyatt, I Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That such bill or County Clerk ofthe county in which the lands !lie* ..
Leial Advertisements of which the term of pub- novl GROCERS AC COMMISSION petition may be filed by which shall have the effect .
ly MERCHANTS,, any one or more several same as if mutual re' .';. "
from lication is fixed by la.\?, will only be excepted I D. B. Wood & No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st., joint tenants-tenants in common, or co-parcen leases has been executed between the parties. :
the
above rule. Co.
COMMISSION NEW ORLEANS. ap2l() ly ers or others interested in any lands to be divided, Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, Such commision- '
To those who advertise by the year a liberal discount MERCHANTS. and such bill or shall ers be removed
No. 29 Water petition, set forth the des may by the Court upon good cause f' :
will be made ; but all advertisements not: janl street.Apaldchicola Fla. J. \Woodland & Co. :I cription of the lands or premises, of which parti- to be shown, and others appointed in their V ,.(

strictly pertaining to their own business: as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, tion is prayed, by metes and bounds, or other sufficient place; and any party in interest may except o.r I r

well as all legal advertisements sent in by them Harper & Holmes, No. 18 Commerce street, description,and shall state acording to the object to their report, and such objections or exCeptions !

will be charged at the usual rates. COMMISSION MERCHANT, New Orleans, La. novl ly best of the knowledge and belief of the pertition- shall be heard and decided by the Court,
All announcements of candidates for office, will L No. ers, the names and of and such further
51 Water street, places residence of the several order made thereon as to justice -J i
be charged FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass, jan29 Apalachicola, Fla. Thomas Bertram, owners, joint tenants, tenants in common, shall appertain. l.
in all
payable cases in advance. COMMISSION MERCHANT, or co-parceners, or other persons interested in said SE'c.8. Be it further- enacted., If. the.. Comml '
AU Communication! *, (when admissible,) of a David G. Baiiey, No. 01 Common street. lands: or. real estate: the quantity or urooortionate sioners so appointed, shall report- -to-the- --Court---- I "

personal or individual nature, or puffs of new COMMISSIONS FORWARDING \ NEW ORLEANS. novl Iv snare, held or claimed bv each, and sucn other that the lands" tenements, or hereditaments, of '

inventions, goods, &c., will be charged for as AND DEALER IN GOODS, Commission Business. matters (if any,) as may be necessary to enable which partition shall have been directed as afore j'l

advertisements, at our discretion. Jan29 tIn No. 43 Water street. the Court to adjudicate fully, upon the rights and said, are so situated, that a partition thereof can- I ,

"- mL. I' .. AoJuchicola.; Fla. New York, March 12th 1S44. interests i of the parties. But i it' the names, of the not be made without great prejudice to the owners i:, V
$Jsn: fOun.\'I'I:; gentlemen aic uui authori- B. Ellison & Co., CG-- WITH a knowledge of business derived owners or claimants of such lands, are unknown of the same, and if the Court shall be satisfied: '
% d agents; and they are empowered; to receipt DEALERS from an experience of more than in to the petitioners that such is i '
IN MiSCdLLANEOUS; : GOODS twenty years or complainants, then it may report just and correct, the Court may
for the J.yme,1t of any su'uriptions' ( advertisements AND COMMISSION Commercial and other business pursuits, and be so stated in such bill thereupon t .
: MERCHANTS, good or petition, and such suit by a rule to be entered on fie filing w .
or other printing, to be forwarded to us- No. 33 Water street, facilities, the undersigned tender their services, ; may proceed in the> manner as though such the said report, order the premises situated .to V

J. HoLLiNswonnr: NV.v Orleans La. decl ly Apalachicola: as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur. unknown persons or defendants were named in the be sold at public auction, to the highest bidder, ,

J.B. G. ALDERMAN: JMarhnna, Fla. E. R. FLEWELLEN. M. M. Burr. chase and sale of all kinds of Produce, and For- bill or petition and such bill or petition shall be by and under the direction of the said Commissioners -_ \ ;!,
S. SANCHEZ, St. Augustine Fla. 1 eign and Domestic Goods. sworn to by some one, of and the monies '
Flewclleii & Butt or more, the pertition- arising from such sale tor 'it;
J. ATKINS -Xr.f
TaiUhassee Their business :
will
Fla. FACTORS & be conducted upon established e rs. be paid into the court, to be divided therespective :
COMMISSION among "
E. ) ,
N. GIBSO.V, Quincy, Fla. principles, and with a view to Sec. 3. Be it
JAB. MERCHANTS.No. prompt returns further enacted, That on filing parties interested, in proportion to : ; :
PENN, St. Joseph: Fla. for all sales effected, and answers to all such bill or petition, a subpoena or subpoenas to their shares or interest. ? \
N. BAEER, Browa's Ferry, Fla. Columbus Block, orders with which they be favored. and Sec. 9. Be '< r .
may appear answer, shall issue against all of the it further enacted, For good cause '
Apalachicola! Fla.
W.FRANCIS ARNOU, Calhoun County, Fla. $3Liberal: advances made on Cotton ,shipped I Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of defendants who reside within the district, in to be shown, the Court may order such sale to be -t: S. ii
TABOR, Washington County, Fla. to New York Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored which the suit is instituted made .
Liverpool or Havre. d25 6m. on ,which sabpoana shall upon a reasonable credit, for part or all of t \.
A.
S. GREENWOOD Albany, Baker Co., Ga.Accommodation receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special state that the bill is filed for a partition of lands; the purchase money, but in all cases, at least one "V .
-
-- I S Kiiubrou & ;tidff\Vay, agreement for funds at maturity with advices of and in case any of the defendants shall fail to appear third of the purchase money shall be paid down r 4; .

Stages. COMMISSION: :: AND FORWARDING responsibility of drawers. and answer such bill or petition, within sixty unless all the parties consent to a credit for the t..:: :

THE subscriber: begs leave to, MERCHANTS.Apalachicola. FOWLE, DE COIN & CO., days after the return day ot the subpoena, then whole; and in all cases the purchase money not ( 'h

inform the public, that! he has WM. H. Florida. S mar30 6m 78 Pearl street. the same may, by order of the Court, be taken as paid down, shall be secured by bond and mortgage 11.1 I

on hand two good TWO HORSE JOH.V I. RlDGWAY.KIMBROUGH. ) Commission Business. confessed against such dafaulting defendant, or de on the premises, and such other additional I f ,
CAitlUAGj one he intend in 5 fendants, provided the subponas shall be I security as the Court shall direct.
keeping Talla Liberal I rpHE undersignedould: inform the citizens of return ;._l..;_.
hassee: and the other at his old stand at Chattahoocbee advances made on Cotton consigned to J. Apalachicola, who be ed, personally served, or duly executed according: Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, No conveyance-. ,. ,
our friends in may disposed to leave
: ready to run at ill times whenever call- Havre. New York, Boston, Liverpool or for sale during the SUMMER AND FALL to law. And, in case any of the defendants, in shall be executed in pursuance of such sale, bf '"j J

{I ed uJn, and on very accommodating! terms. His: : decl ly articles of merchandize. That he has large, and any such bill or petition, are therein stated to be non the said Commissioners, until the sale and,(ne. I : F:.

Horses, aad Carriages are god, and his drivers: I T. II. & C. II. Austin S convenient Stores for the reception and safe residents, of the district, in which the suit is in terms thereof shall have been rep," 4eu .the '. I 1 4

careful\ and obligi.u, and from his endeavors to COMMISSION MERCHANTS, of the same. His whole time will be devoted keeping stituted, or unknown, or their places of residence. Court, and the money arising thereirom paid into '. V

please ind accommodate the public heretofore, he No. 50 Water street : to his business, and when sales to the amount of unknown then as to such defendants:: or parties interested : Court, nor until the sale has been approved by the !;

afideJIly: liopes: for a continuance of favor and Apalachicola. $:30 or $lOU) i is: effected, the same will be, in all in the lands in question, the Court if in Court, and a conveyance ordered in pursuance : ;! ,

tTnae. REUBEN SCOTT. Liberal advance made on Cotton ahippod to I cases promptly ramitt-i-or dapoaitod. _advlaetL. cl session. or Judge at Chambers, shall make an orLM" I thereof. '. :; .1' I r
Chattahoochee, Fla., April, 18 U.OtJ New York. no\'lly The greater the variety the better.for the sale of *r uipjltf-thein to' appear and answer such Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, That all parties :.. '_ !
:: The Stage will be found at the PLanterS all. Shall feel thankful for any and all favors or petition within such time, not less than in interest, whether complainant cr respondent; C '_,; V
three
Hotel: Tallaha. see. I Thos. L. Mitchcl months, nor more than nine months Shall, by decree of the .
aplG 3m E. J. HARDIN. Court as the Court, be bound to pay a 'r-.:.. .
New I COMMISSION & FORWARDING; Columbus, April 13, 1544. my.! 3t of the may deem proper, and such order or notice share of the cost and charges, arising from the par ". 1'
Arrangement. I l\lERCHA T. same, shall be pubished weekly, in one or: tition or sale of the land, in proportion to his, :.
'
THE substantial fast-runnins U' No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola. BLUE STORES"TRIANGLE BUILDINGS. more newspapers in the Territory of Florida, and i her, or their interest, and such decree shall be .. rt. j

S. :Mail Boat SIREN, Sharpies: dec ly Doyle & Butinan, one in the City of Washington, and one in the binding on all their goods and chattels, lands or } 3 I 1
Master, will hereafter leave City of New York 5'
Apa as the Court tenements
SHIP
CHANDLERS direct Ivinzin said '
& may not Territory and in of
GROCERS ; case S '\
..
lachicola every Tuesday and Sat- Dodge & Gardner exceeding four in all, for such sale the V .
,
Nos. 2 & Delord street, Corner of Front Levee length ol time as court mav order- the same to be naid. or. .. ,.. w
day night, at 10 o'clock, for Brown's Ferry, and GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, the Court may direct not less however. than_ retained out of the -
No. and at No. 20 Natchez street, n two_.. monies arising from such sale, it.t t i
rJl leave 40 Water .
Brown's Ferry and street, months, nor than
every Sunday more and
due
six months and or .'
declS N. ORLEANS. ; after the belongin to the parties who ought to V
Wednesday Chattahoochee Apalachicola Fla. time fixed for .
evening, every Mon- the appearance and answer of such pay the same. "- t V -
iiy and Thursday 1 o'clock P. last named :: t J
M. defendants
Samuel WHOLESALE shall have elapsed, and i March
Approved
ScliifTer. AND
RETAIL ,
x .
DEAL- J1844Xo. ,'"
The SIREN is neatly and for the upon due proof in J.
arranged .
; writing 1
by affidavit ,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and to the satISfaction ) T'
our nience and accommodation of passengers is No. 49 Water street. Window Glass, &c.Vill keep of the Court, that the order or notice has 7.AN I.

unsurpassed VAN by VEGHTEX any[ boat on&the SHARPLESS river. janI Apalachicola, Fla. I hand, a good assortment, of the above constantly as follows on: the been bill published may be according taken as confessed to the order of the Court ACT to incorporate, ,:* The Wakdla Rang- '

Apalachicola :March 'v. A. Wood WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 such against all of 'N. V V '
16, 181-1. Contractors. ; non-residents, or unknown defendants Section 1. He it enaa'et! bv the
White and Red as Governor: and
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT Lead, dry Venetian Red fail ,
; ; may to and .
appear
answer Provided Legislative
Yellow and Oxford : h-AV- Council o' tK'i -<-t; rof Florida; ; '

Steamer Augusta AND No.SHIP 23 Water CHANDLER, Chrome Green and San Ocree;dnr Ivory Black; ,1 ever_ ..,_That__ n personal. service of a copy of such crID That the COIDnmv' --." -1I'f'-- .' n.. ,-" --'i -;;E-ll-- !..n. thp.... TJ.u'n 4..UUA I' -- t
; THE fine fast running first class street, Ut71 appear and answer, or 01 nonce thereof New Port to';.,vnjs fhe H'J-.Ua Rangers shall
in
!.:: Steamer AUGUSTA, Jas.= B. Hall, Annlnrhirnln. u nnvt_ _1v" Green Spanish and and Blua breach Verditter Brown; Blue Black; for writing the, sixty days before the time therein limited I be, and i if hfrfy cotnfitute an Independent V I' V

rna.ster i VVJIL run regularly during Moore &; McKenzie, Chrome Yellow and ; defendant to appear and answer, shall be Company *o he railed the Wakuita Rangers.Sec. .
the season between Orange do; (as to the defendant so served deemed 2. Bt, farther
Apalachicola COMMISSION MERCHANTS FINE COLORS ) equivalent: it en.tid: That said com .
. and Columbus,when the river will admit, touching No. 32 Water street, Lallow.Lake and:-Ultamarine and Cobalt ; to publication and dispense with the necessity pany shall hav fo-.ii.-r to f-lo-'t: rheir own officers _

at all the i intermediate landing. She will be Apalachicola.JOHN Drop do. and Crimson do; thereof: And Provided, further, That in.all cases I and pass surh hvlan-si-ri r,' u.itions as they may
** EUFAULA her downward Antwerp Blue; Indian Red; the notice or order whether deem V V
on trip, evp.ryVed. M. MOORE. > Chinese Vermillion published or served, proper :*:'dc.tpfJifnf:: for 'heir managementand 3
rethy> ,and will take freight or passengers on the \ TM. A. McKENZIE, ,5 novI Vandyke Brown ; English do; shall contain a brief description of the premises go\crnnHTr :md f c. most t reasonable terms, and insurance can be ob- ly ; Turkery Umbre; mentioned in the petition, the names of the par sh -I. t.iaia; i in their respective; : commands till
Terra de
liined on her as low as!! on any other brat. Farrior & Co. Seinna ; Purple Brown ; York do; ties, or persons alledged therein, to be interested they le':;ti'ii; fr a<-; reru \"c.J. 1 I

The Augasta's accommodations for passengers JOMMISSION AND FORWARDING Crocus Emerald Martis; Mineral breen ; in such premises, and shall state that the object SE'c.:3.: Heif! rther enacted, That the said

. It! not excelled, her Cabin being all in State MERCHANTS, OILS &. and Paris Green, &c., &c. of the suit is to procure partition ofthe same. company shall 3t ,-amp': !from all parades except I

roon', and every exertion will be made to retain No. 44 Water-street, BRUSHES-Linseed Oil ; Do. boiled; Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That upon the bill at such time and pi-ces as are now set apart and

the veil known reputation she has sustained for nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla. Spirit Paint Brushes Turpentine; Sperm Oil ; or petition being taken as confessed or upon the: provided for by law. .i

Qf'et),comfort and d patch.'or from No. 1 to 6,000,000; coming in of the answers for the defendants, the Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That said Company V
S. B. Varnish do.
Hamilton
of all
rreit or passage apply to sizes; Court shall proceed to ascertain and adjudicate shall not exceed sixty-two in number including .
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8 Badger Hair the rights and.interests ,
STOW &. STARR, ; ; of the parties, either by a commissioned and non-commissioned .V '
No. 47 Water street, Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round; reference to a master, officers and ,
THOS.. TERRY, by a hearing upon the plea privates, and that commissions be issued
Agents, Eufaula. -decl--ly- ApalachicolaFla.. Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes; dings and proofs, or in such other way or manner by the Governor William H. McNaught. V
-- Sable
: B. ELLISON & CO., N. Miller & Co. Stock &and Camel Kalsomine Hair Pencils, 1J and 1* in long as may be most convenient, according to the ordinary as Captain ; to John D. Brown as First Lieutenant 1V .

S tna Agents, Apalachicola. DEALERS Brushes; rules and prdctice of the Court; and shall r'Benjamip: Nelson, jr. as Second Lieu tenant.
IN CLOTHING BOOTS '
SHOES
Marking Brushes, round and flat; also decree that partition be made if Sec. 5. Brit : ,
it shall appear further enacted, That the reports .' : '
Sleazier Charleston.THE HATS &c. Scrubing aid Shoe brushes that the ; j
; parties are entitled to the and return'of said
shall be made to '
same.- and
,
company << '
splendid and fast Corner Water and Chesnut streets, Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do Provided however : : 4 : :
.
new ,
; That when the rights and interests through tte\ starr.or the Colonel commanding the
& racing steamer CHARLESTON, I Apalachicola._novl ly Whitewash and Mop do; or proportions, of the complainants or pe resrimen to which it belongs, and that said com '

F e-man, Master,will in connec- i H. B. Wood, Dusting, Fancy and Shaving brushes; titicners, are clearly established to the satisfaction pany s aIl be entitled to, and procure a stand of I'll -

t ular $ necti'n with the LOWELL, make NOTARY PUBLIC, Clothes and Hair do ; Grate and Horse do; of the Court, or are undisputed, and also, when Colo-, and at dress parades of inspection or drill I 1 V faprE'3r

ApalichicoU tni.weekly trips between Eufaula! and No. 31 Water-street Fancy Feater Dusters; the rights and interests of'some of the defendants, with the same displayed agreeable to tli
%, and I
t the allnt rqediate! landings and marl ly Apalacbicola, Fla. VARNfSHES-Copal,_ . ,_ white; Coach do; but.not all" of. them, are ascertancd or estalishrd., u>ages! ot war. : '
conditio V :
2"to Columbus. of he fiver will warrant will]I aomet ronsning ana Furniture do; tu tnesatistactionot the Court, or are undisputed, Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That the Governor :

S The Charleston P. Hobart, Mastic, for Pictures, &c. the Court may by decree, order partition to bf be and he is hereby requested to make Application .

fort \,d is nealy arranged for the coIn MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of made, aud the shires, proportions, or interest to the proper.department at Washington' +

11 ar.e convenience wen of nassengers, and withal l, CABINET FURNITURE French, English: and American. the complainant,or complainants, and such ofthe for a sufficient number of rifles to furniSh: said I:

frclbt! built craft capable of carrying as Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street, ocr Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats, defendants as have established and safJsfac.frily company together with the necessary accoutre- '
with
t-h Cbattahooch, perfec safety as any boat onto dec4 ly Apalachicola. Shipping and Plantation use; together with a proved their respective shares, interests rt pro ments. Approved 15th Marc / 1844.

''th etply. and n atfurd do it as variety of articles in the Painting line, too numerous portions, to be set off and a! ''tted to them, leaving .,

For freight or paaO'e; apply to either Michael A. Myers, to mention._ myll ly for future adjustment, (by further proceedingS No. 38. ;fAN _
JOHN M. \\O AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,, in the same cause,) the rights, sfcar, and inter- ACT to prevent the circulation of change ,

WM. A. SCANlflETT & Co. No. 28 Water street, Ligon & Owens, ests, of the other defendants. bills.! ;:..::- '

Agents Eufaula. Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.. ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Sec. 5. Be it further enacted That upon a decreeof Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor:"and; V V

MOORE & !CEZIE Abbeville and Troy, Ala. partition: being made, th'Court shall appoint Legislative! Council of the Territory of Florida, V

. feb 19 McKAY & HART.HORNE.: I II. R. Wood, I WILL practice in the County and Circuit three suitable and compeent persons to act as That it shall not be lawful for:any person or company '

__ Age\tsc\palachicola. I AUCTIONEER ANDCOMMISSION! AGENT, I ( of the counties of Montgomery, Pike Commissioners in making the partition decreed, unless such power be expressly :conferred

EATljERs..just- No. 31 Water-street, Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour composing the who shall be selected b* the Court, unless agreed by charter, to issue any change bill or note or

Geese Feathers received luantity of live marl.. .ly Apalachicola Fla. eighth Judiclal'Clrcuit of the State of Alabama. upon by the parties; and who shall proceed to other paper to be circulated as moo y, under a V V

h *Uy which will old low for WOODSON L. LIGON make partition of thepremises in question,accor- penally-of one hundred dollars fUr each violationof S

fcUifi P. HBERT, SEWARD DILL. A. F. P ALNEIt. Abbeville, Henry co., Ala. ding to the order of the Court and having made this,act, to be recovered by.action of debt be. t .

r- 'fl---r p Water st. Seward Bill & Co. HASTINGS OWENS, such partition, shal report the same in w'ritingtp fore the Supreme Ccurt, at tb SUit of any person :-...r"to V1 V
Sa IAKER'S GARDEN AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Troy, Pike co., Ala. the Court without delay. Such Commisioners !the use of the country,- wtere such violation
iit SEED.-A'fesh supply No. 29 Water street. -Refers to- shall be fcfore of/this act shall half of ...
received and for sale sworn entering upon their duties, occur; one such sum received *
.JU by flrj- Liberal advances made on all consignments, Col. A McAllister by the Clerk o' said Court Justice of to to the bringing the V
B ELLISON & CO. and business entrusted V Gen. Henry co,AI 3.. or by any go person. suit. and V
to them will be A J
the
33i'Qter McAllister other
Peace insaid
'- S the District, t faithfully"and impartially half'to. the country.. .p ...i."
attended
Rt. TUCKY BAGGING &, ALE-'OPE- promptly to Maj..Jefterson Buford, Eufaula, Ala.Hon'le. to execute the trust reposed m:...tjjem, and << ,Approved 15th:March. 1844.V, VV VV
to-LANE &. READ Boston. Jas .
ecel Refer E Belser, Montgomery Ala. shall havepower to -- S -
employ V
Sagging surveyorssurveyors
!e 1' ; 200 cOils Ropeor CARY COOK, Portland Gen'l. John I S"i' ,
.... FAle i terms by T. L. MITCH sale Me.S. Dill, Fort Gaiucs"Ga.II if necessary, for the purpose of making such It has be discovered recently that t. iT
of the .
""-; Me S :,' C. WHITTJTR, Hallowell, Measrs. Chester & McGriff Apai'a. Fa. partition, and shall be allowed such sum as may sweet drinks many ; .. V

. 33 Watt* ApilichicoU, Aug. 26. ly January 25th, 18<<. jan29 tf be.deemed reasonable by the Court, for their ser. contain liquor prepared-ice. at.., cor.different bar-rbcmf: V ", V

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From the New York- Extra-- True Sun. [Written for the Cu 111 m'l. Advertiser.] !grec of comfort and health will be secured It I For Commercial Advetti

"rOmIERU\L[ ADVBRt. hElL ARRIVAL UF) THE ON THUPREVENTION has already been shown, that, in the most:: unfavorable G LEN -1\1 E N TOR. r.
f. situations, a temperature from Gd to 03 3 f'
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: Or MALARIAL DISEASES.N LTTTER in.
I ." ..'f ':'=: STEAMER .... ll HIBERNIA. is incompatible with the existence: of malaria;
I< 't.. .r .*1L :.CIIICOLA, SATURDAY,MAY 18, 1"" X ; S "while it appears to be that temperature which, Vermilya to La Sresa.
UMBKK V11.
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the heat of the MY DEAR LA BRESA -
;"' in all'partsof the world, abstracts : The manner of
I !tk t ;:" liib today a call on the young men AT BOSTUJx-ib- AYS LATER. Ctledonia MALARIA, if not the sole cause of idiopathic body in the same proportion: i.1 i which it is generated of f the old citizen of the glen, which nu oral
,1I Further of the yin dose
1" I J '>f' anent citizens of our city, to form an infoJtit decline in Cotton-Arrival fevers without extraordinary exertions of the fi bd .
I err' .....( r p: Texas-Important and the whole order of diseases: commonly any your letter is fully in accordance with
n1lertion. of and therefore neither contributes to exhaust -
uniform which we hope willweU assigned vicissitudes system, m1 ea
of temperature -
; ( atmospheric
: company, :
of There .
.t from Ireland tions: propriety. is
r Sfc. sansattons"'that no vain
::\" trended. volunteer coV ll and moisture, is bv far the must wide in its its power nor to excite uneasy gl
organ The British mail steamer Hibernia, arrived at ran;e, and the most fatal l in its results of any that; this temperature can easily be commanded, column bespeaking the wealth or pride ::

t t' 5 t: >...isting.or persons: who remain: here both I Boston on Sunday the 5th inst., in sixteen day exists. Even where from the general coolness of it i is our object to demonstrate. relations and friends of the deceased, but

1 It' mrnr, und winter, would be not only creditable climate The ellicMcy: of cold air in inventing the effectsof erg
from Liverpool, whence she sailed: o 7 the 19th of and the.apparentabi3.ice of jJ.JtreryiIJ.maHeu : ornament seems to be the oifyring: of [
1 1I 1f t t air cuy, but greatly add to its security andP'KVJ : as in our norlhl'fIcitlc the presence oi in ilaria, has not, practically, been sulficiently i tachment. I know that Glen-Mentor! tend
I +I.ff I. April. miasma: cannot be ide.ititied, its bauelul etlectsare attended to, for the important reason that no i m1jt,1.uta
'ffiier.: If had hid such a-i: at the
f the o.ie There was :rise cf about };.1 in the price of cot. acknowledged, and are strikingly! similar with means: of producing it, in the abmdanca necessary i kind, and noble young man by the regard flat

f\ \ ','F liaeof. the late fire, they mig'it have: acted 33 afar ton in the Liverpool market during the week those of the unhealthful regions which are unquestionably : lor this) purpose, and at the same time cheaply, pays to his mothers: grave. But you have
; : ;';I nura ('I the goads: and property which fall extala.tion9. : has ever bees devised. But that; a.i artilically antj.
was re- the
: ending April 12th, and a during week following dependant: upon poisonous cipated my manner of treating my subject

f i :1'' '-tu-Pad: ('r thrown into the street and: preserved of about Jd ; so that there had been on the This source of disease: is every where unfriendly cool atmosphere possesses the power, and whole may cla-be furnishing an illustration, aj I had intended (.
to from colder employed with success, to prevent the toy
a ,
: from theft immigrants country
tc O: danger or but have sired the
I
: whole, a decline of Id or thereabout, since the though not exclusively so; fur the climate, which (If malarious diseases, is an opinion in strict con- when I came to speak of southern diseases lioe
j. r Conrand Territory the trouble and expense of uf last advices. The market for the formity with all he of medical reason
date previous from conformity of constitution, maintains the I principles ever, as the subject has been brought to my mini
I" ", ,. pr<:90: '. ion. inliaoitant: in health be ing. The whole history of pestilet.tial maladies, ,
week ending April 15th, opened; gloomily, and indigenous vigorous may I must relate to you some incidents of obsmtfj
f' .' f It.1 ompanies>> : organized under the tote mili further highly injurious to the native of a similar climate, whatever may be their origin, supports the posi ,:
still depressed the carriedout
r tia 1 h.1ave never paraded but and then the was by news as, among: other instances, Vera Cruz to the native tion that cold and pure air possesses antilolmic that have afforded me many a pleasant reflect!*,
l once, by the Caledonia.: It improved slightly, however ot' Havana: and vice versa.: But there is: evidently properties. Epidemical fevers are invariably and made me feel many a sympathetic pang

.$'J: .' r'holrstem' was so ludicrously) burlesqued that towards the close and prices became stead: something) peculiar I to the constitution of people checked by cold weather, therefore, it may While taking my usual evening ride intheri,

I .. rL.r they -'e: never been out since. ier. The sale3 of the week: amounted to 17,009( { from a cold cou.itry; which readers. them more reasonably expected, that the must important orbs of the village of Yampanza, as I

,; Ctf, Hawkins company, which was formed j bales. obnoxious to \'ioicnt'ltrm of lever in a warm benefits would accrue from imitating nature in
climate those her mode of putting a stop to these complaints.: through the lane of-the Meranda I saws
than either the natives or who
far the of authorities,
; the civil The Caledonia
purpose sustaining carried out the of the arri-
,.t; news have become assimilated to it by a lo.\,:g resi- Rut should a command of temperature fail to stop at the outer gate. A shout of joy i
,* irj repressing riots, arc during: the summer val of the Texan at : and of the diseases malarial character, the
I' ; ; envoy Washington, dence. The heat of the body of new comers in prevent some a arose from every part of the Meranda. and t
'. \ anlautnmn: numbered among the absentees, who viewsentertainei'uyour government in relition to the West Indies, has been noticed by Dr. McKit- application; of cool air as a remedy, though of bustling from the

.' ,,v ami illy visit the north or the interior country. the question of annex iti-.ri.: As mig'it he trick, to be between three and four degrees above, vastly inferior importance, i is still, worthy the female servants came docr\
'.j expected ; that! of and this he ascribes input fullest consideration. In the whole clan of febrile and running around the house until a co widen!!
the natives : to )
U.j ) 1
\ will be ;
..., 'I. -*, lope; however that such a corps the news produced a sensation in the
great
their greater: prcdispc/sition; : to yellow fever. disorders, cooling; application- as rnne.hes, have number of them had assembled round the carre
sp i icon -M-anized and drilled, as will by their pars political circles: but ther hid net !been tim been recomne.ided dis.mguished
I : : for Upon tae: :supo-e'l lower temperature of the hu- applied and : by I observed them smiling and shaking hands ,
t iI ., excite the "Guards" to a more zealous its general manifestation in print when the Hibernia man f fvjimle: as compared with the rn lie, probably physicians in all age*. Though: uccasi.mll> disused :: -
who
I. ... \ + jili tar ardor. sailed. dapenJs her ;greater exemption, under equal: circunistanCjs they have been eagerly: revived, and, in the a beautiful young lady, was desendin 6
from this d ssx-e. Whatever may be present times, have received he I sanction of physicians it, and the moment that she stepped ups! ,

,. I'll RIOT IN PHILADELPHIA. The Li\ ffolhrc! uy contains :an article, i.i: the reason, we certainly find: that the same exposure i of high reputation for experience: and ground, every servant: took some little thing{ (
'1t, which the subject m j i is treated with: :reat mlld;"ation. to the prcdistoneit and occasional, scientific know led re. To the modern practice of'
\. 'for!:;jay afternoon, 6th May, was signalised in I Causes, ; : : : the carriage or from each other, and followed
terrible riot and the death After stating the oi i lion tliar! the annexation! of will produces deadly fever i in a stranger, while freely admitting cool air into the apartments: : of
Philadelphia, hy a of into the house. I observed
lady an
] ; Texas to the United Stite ha event favorable the native IT old inhabitant may remain in good the sick, we trust, in a great measure, attributethe young oldpjj l
sere- -1 persons. The disturbance commenced at might an health. But while this fertile source of disease diminished malignity: and the less: frejuent} headed negro tottering by me with a long Itd I

L I; ;, t, n ring of the Native American party when' r.ltherthan r-thcrvis3 to BntiYi interests manifests: it* nuligrnnt effects; most suddenly and recurrence, of epidemical diseases.: There is his hand, and while he shook his head amido

took the: Mercury siys:- most who have mm'ed.from not, perhaps, any acute disease: to which: mankind
_ s<>.v ( "timselves If it deprives us of a means: of annoying the temperate into hot climat, it is not without a is liable, where the! admission! : : of the atmosphere,
; t" aggrieved, gathered a crowd and him by akin what lady that
United States, and so far removes the temptationto Jeleterious, t though: insidious operation, upon; the at a moderate temperature above the free'.ing point terrupted was: tt 5j
t:'a in attack on a Catholic school house, and a war,1t i3 by no means certain: that this ought natives of the tropics themselves, even where it would not b attend with! advantage: :: ;"* and had just arrived. He looked up, with a laird

: J' :;3t'. : to it, when they wero fired upon and see not to he looked oa5 an advantage. A war does not exhibit itself i'i': tli: open: f.)rrn of fever there are many complaints j where it wo old be of joy in his eye, and "'.lid-" God bless you Mwj

V5 r,1i: personskilled. 0 with the United States, even if successful beyond In the former cho*, the agency: of this! poison the highest utility even when below it. Every 'tis Miss Oce.ini.: He furthermore informed
\ O our most sanguine! expectations, would be acalam- nysy he compared to ariinjj and rapidly consu.n-: physician is aware of the sanative dIet of the!
Tuesday placards were put up all over the ity of the most fatal description. Moreover, the in; name, while, in the latter, it appears like a pure and cold l air of mount linons situations:: on that her health hid suffered! for several je

I.- cit ssued by the Catholic Bishop of the Diocese, annexation of Texas would give great additional slow and concealed: combustion.." patients snfierin; from intermittent levers. And, and that she hid been: in many foreign coaitria: :

re-''''nmending to the Catholics, to avoid all oc- preponderance in the Union to the interests upon In malarious district those who are not absolutely it may h?, that for the whoie el-ass:! of troical; and to consult the best medical advice. I passedmi

ca,i t to excitement shun public places of which we must necessarily r.ly the most for a Stine do not enjoy the robust health of the tromcoid ailment permanently end, a hi Denial and that she
saw was an elegant figure: such
t maintenance of friendly political and commercial inhabitants of mountainous count ic!. To a s;,ec- atmosphere; would aflbrd! the: mot pleisantand
I.I' Lc=; .bly, and keep peace with all men. relations with England-that, namely, of the ti'or accustomed: to the appearance of the latter, effectual remedy.In the most delicate nerves might embrace, and!fa!

.j. A mass meeting was held by the Native Amer- southern cotton growing States. The vote of the whole: population looks like a community of this place, however, it is proper TO notice, most ardent fancy: might love. Her full,brillmt

I'I't *l t ii'vin the State House yard, at which a number Texas would be necessarily an additional free invalids." "The sallowness of their corn ilevions: : that mere tem.iorirv and -derite changes in the black eye looked kindly on all around. her, cd .

,a ,f cf e most respectable citizens were present; trd
.... tOt meeting was addressed Mr. Thus. It Newboid parties: and interests, might frequently: prove de- figures: the instability of gait t'.iat: are so observablein hive no power to mod'ly either the miligiancyol
by
;1'1 : ci'livc.Ve cannot: afford tn alienate the southern malarial: regions: are hut too evident si ns, prpviiliiii: 'mlirio'H! disease: or L'iiet t-ii' hue, and: her pale cheek had a soft roseate fitf.

., Mr. W. Hollinghead, Es:]. and the Rev. interest and strengthen I the advocates nf the high even where organic disease has not yet s;:;t' in: liability ,..i' ind-vidniU; to be atlecf-d! by them. Her features were reular, and her fine raTCJiii-

{ Mr Perry, all exhorting the citizens to keep the tariffby opposing a measure so warmly advocatedby that the disordered state of the functions, wnic'i: :11tnithey! : re ;nirr i a hi ;!lcr cernperattire for .;lets fell so charmingly round her neck andsy., .

rI .. peace: and preserve good order ; after which a the Southern States, and by enlisting all the sjnes under the name of impaired health, exnts." their origin, intermittent levers, .nd, inrl: l'J.c.rv ,
; hers that she seemed beautiful in of si
And acknowledged: form of mabrial di: .?;?, spit
trofian! : to adjourn to the scene of riot, after lit- feelings of national pride and An lo-Saxon i prejudice though it generally happens that the natives, eararslv
a
r J against; : us throughout the! Union. Nor is it and: long residents, of/ciimateIJ where tlie mean ind-rgo a iv .,b Item:'it vinnen-'e: till thethermnrneter ness. But when it is known that she ii U
t'.i-: pposition, was carried, and a large portion of of b' th and t has fillet t' 32 F., and muntanu-d
ever good policy in a nation to commit itself to temperature > summer winter is subject ) only child of a gentleman: of the highest poi

ths mass was soon on heir( way to Kensington.A an opposition against the naturalcourse| e of events, to no extraordinary variations, but ;is always this' station, at i interval1!*, or continuously, for. a and intelligence-that her mother i is

large body of them went into Kensington which evidently points: to the ultimate incorporation high, are seldom attacked with yellow fever yet, period of several days. To check an tyfdemicartifichlly / deadjui;

;t i wit! a banner and flag. They of the unoccupied prairies of Texas with the inasmuch as all are liable to buffer from the intermittent therefore, it woul.l not be sulHciuut: I that her t father is the owner of the Meranda

., o. "....... immediately rev neighboring and parent Slate. We trust, therefore and remittent l fey.CM of the country it merely, to lower tfie: temperature 1><-100\' that at history must surely be interesting to a youngna
l 1 1r v'_ .. ed to the market, where the excitement was: that whatever may he the result of the present bears incontrovertible testimony that there is: no which! the disease is generated: ; but it would he of gallant feeling and occasional soft desire.

|: Mf"r xved; shots were fired from several housesando' negotiations at Washington, the amicable relations exemption from the influe.ise of rn ilana. Such necessary to imitate nature further! and: reduce '
The Meranda is beautiful lId
1 f two persons killed. The houses from I b?t5ven the two countries: will not ba dis being its invariable operation; ( the duration: of that portion of air to winch men are ere used, to : : garden spot

1"f. 1! ." w'. -:h the shot were fired, were then assailed : turhed hy any un ea !oniblfi interference on our htim.n life, in these chin: 'tte:, would undoubtedly the freezing poi'it, :1i:1J: tmhtm: : it at that temperature : greatly increases the attractions of the chaini
h \ I'I i : : : part with the"affd.iu another! continent." be prolonged, whether it were native or immigrant or cut oil'{ : bv i-mhttion: all communication village of Yampanza. Its front limits bordert
I' \ I tI j 1 1r! house of the Hibernia: Hos2 Co. was also at- if the existence of with the infected .
malaria
be :
i can: atinssphere.To
Parliament met the prevented bold)
after the of the
\; } on Monday con- shore ocean, and the rolling t tbs
$ tI.ed, and hrie and; carriae dest ro ed. The or its poisonous eilect on the atmosphere be determine! I the value of any scheme, wo 0
culsion of the Easter holidays, but we do not find *'irf, the of' the and tbediatintii.
--....: continu from the hoses, and number counteracted.Ar must :iertain the full! extent of the means that dashing spray..
: rj-g a any thing in the debates! uf either Houss.of much __, ..larie Min; e>r>' ef.-trnl in ;t* oparation, in- .are.rejuired to cfloct: i its objects: and wSether! il of the ocean, can at all times, be heard.fO tibilcony !
;.1 """ re.wounded and several killed. interest America readers. vesfiCation": mad with the \'Wof discovering; is within our power to produce these meins. Ina of the !;. The architecture of tit

I J). .'.bout dark Gen. Cadwallader.with his brigade, The rumor is revived that the French intend : the means of preventing the diseases: it creates-, plan for preventing: or oven curing, diseases; 'mildin-i is of that dweli

I'I : Y tceeded to the scene of riot, and took! a position are of the highe-t importance, and! i deruid: ) our arising from the respiration of impure air: W. tra'tikind vhichthep-
: to abolish slavery in their colonies. i serions attention. take into nlshment of niarh!- onlyadorn, atd wbiJ
mo t Impressed with thi must co.lsid..r.d tiun the quantity: of cane C.1O
; the
t> of Ths
I Mr scene: con.'lairation.
S a AA:\ appearancei The Rev. Sidney Smith, who has attempted to truth, the endeavors of physicians! 11all aces: necessary to produce the efltv., or, in other words, t'ie: most censorious: taste can only admire. Tiehcluitr.jd'rg
I ? ; :he military had the effect to produce quiet ; make good his losses in Pennsylvania bonds by and the eflorfs of municipalities: : for a long[ ; time the amount: of pure air that must be su'>>tituted' and other architectural .

I ;1 [;(: i Iii it was hoped that the disturbances would be has addressed past, have been unremittingly: directed to its at- to prevent it. All are aware that the reu; : iration imp
,J" rediculing. our county: to the :Morn- i merits: of the Merandi have been
suppressed. I tai llnent. The result has been: thus far, the recommendation of pure air is essential to the pr srT\"a.io:1'of good co
'J. t ini Chronical the follown; letter in praise of Mr.: of certain hygienic rules, which health, and that its purity and: f luin-ity defend, with! as much attention to convenience 3 to halt
rei j i' Everett, our minister.To science and experience( have pointed out, for resisting in a great measure, on the quantity t-f oxvgen gasit md ornament. Occana's father is a thcaJtfnl .
,.r. to put their apparatus in requisition towrest the Editor of the Morning Chronkle the injurious influences of climate. These. contains. We know, too, that air nay be"! more man with fine form aid 'l

I If4... ... the.fire., but were prevented. Mr. McMi- Sir:-The: locofoco papers: Anieric -ar', I observe rules may be divided into two claol {,:3. The one suddenly and destructively contaminated: l. where. : a ken recef
.l '0 'chaell the Sheriff, repaired: to the spot, but alleged I full! of shrine: of:Mr. Everett their minister, within! the control of the individuil, and universally the precedes of respiration, : and combustion are eye. He has often said that hi* d u htu'll

,. that it would beuseless to invoke the civil for spending; a month with me at Christmas in ':omersetshire. essential to the preservation of health personal going on, than by the most abundant' pro luctiou had been ivied by the simple decoratiD >: and ra-

IJ Tint month was neither hour nor cleinlincss.: : The other being that which of animal and vegetable clecClmro itio\. To main of his premises. He ndan'tdagrove
posse, as the rioters were well armed and could calendar, but consoled of forty-eight hours-a few provements h.1
more properly belongs to communities, embracingthe tain it in its purity, under any of these circumstances -
of
only be overawed by military force. Some lo; or minutes more or less never heard a wiser or duction of atmospheric temperature, the frequent change i is n'e s-lar"v. "I his changeit : : orange: trees westward of the dwellit
kbLi. more judicious defence than he .tde
m to and and
It} persons: are reported in the papers as having nth?r+, of the American insolvency-not denying me : removal: of putrescent nntt'ers, and lessening the i is true, may be easily carried to a lurt'ier extent clustering vines:and flourishing fig trettcn*

ben killed and a number of others badly wound. the m.i1J.;tic of it, speaking of it, on the: contrary, quantity of hygrometric moisture.It than is necessary, but as we propo-e to ellect the east, while toward the north you may >I>

Several of the with the deepest feeling, but urging; with great a'rgmnpntdTive being the generally received opinion, that purification. as well as change of air, hich cannot tall magic: Has blo 'oming. where the e>
ea. principal rioters .have been eloquence' that mahria is ination from the he effected but g.an
every topic could be an em organic products at some cost, we IILVC no intention derneath is
arrested, and committedfor trial: pleaded in extenuation. He made noon: us the of marshy ground*, it is obvious that the most ,by an unnecessary expenditure of means 'mmel'Hl with a deep green tur. I 1

p- The latest accounts received at Baltimore, by sim impre "ion he appears to make universally in efficient means of preventing it, is to change their of carrying them: beyond the point ot utility.' To different parts of the garden are seen a profeia
this country: ; we thought: him (a ch.tr.u.ter;l Cil entire character by draining and them make our meaning evident it : of roses, honeysuckles I
filling more jassamins
A passenger in the cars is that tare crowds had the English:I always receive with HiTcctiomte re- up is ne.- sar\ tr"lemn.-
( Elected in the neighborhood: of the scene of I gird,) an: amiable! Americn: re nth icin, without with soil free from organic remains.\ Resort to to recapitulate some facts that may appear to have every other variety of sweet fhwernd:
pHenes, and accomplished wIthn'it ostlatt.inno this radical remedy! is, in most instances, impracticable but an indirect connexion with the principles, on can render gr
.bloodshed, that the (excitement tremendous: for first that would which the a garden walk pleasan n:, cr an e
"If I hil: known that gentleman five years ago, two reasons ; it render proposed means of prevention: are
.and every probability: of a renewal: : of the riot. (sai I one of my ;'J(vsK) I s:mid h ive been deep the soil useless for purposes of cultivation ; founded. breeze cdi;hti11. Mr. Medalion contends t

in the American f'liiJa: ; arJ as it i is, I thin! at and second that itji, beyond hu,nan: mean;, With It is ordinarilcalculated that a human adult these things give a sweet breath to the

OG' The U. S. bri: Ore.on.Ohi'. =!l was on a timft.s tint I sec ninteen," to twenty -hillings in tii! ? the exception of tft&partial labor- that have been employs in respiration about four hundred cubic pher, and refresh and invigorate the c a.t

coast survey in Florida last snson, cleared: at pound: in this face. However this nits h., I am directed. to this object! in\ cities, and some 'feeble i inches of air a minute, and consequently nearly "o
sure w? to the Americans debt of I respiration; that disease held*
owe takes
a gratitude' ; frejuently
New York on thacth int for attempts( to moderate temperature by erecting: : I fourteen cubic feet in an hour, or about twelve d
for this Port. sending to us such an excellent! seimeri'of I
t their productions. In diplomacy; a far; more important t fountains, municipal: governments (have regardedthe cubic yard* a day, which is the quantity of puce the astern by the inhalation Hf hot !a.'ti5hamfren3t '

I "r. CEFrrtAL: BA-.Beluw we rive an cxtrsct object than falsehood" is, to keep nations m second object of the second class: -the removal aIr that ought to he furnished to him daily. But 'v a airs: ; and that even the chertfnLne1(

f 'from a Milledgeville paler in relation further friendship.: In this point no nation Ins: evr been of animal and: vegetable putrefactive matters: ho, ilso, saturates a given! qumtity: with mosture:: flourishing vegetation braces the nerve*wi'h J
i to better served than America Iras been hy Mr. Ed- -is the only one of the essential: causes of I fever, and renders it unfit fr absorbing more, and, as a
burning of the issues of this institution. The ward Everett.I strictly within their control, and have, accordingly necessirv deduction, for one of the pur; ones of sure, alc renders them Il'S liable to'be' Nl

1I 1r i : bills are considered from the folioxving, as goodas am, sir, your obedient servant, directed the whole force of their medical po- resoiration. Therefore, in addition to the amount and ef chh.d by the: breath of pesJilence.

1I I any of the specie' paying bnl Ys, a fact that S"D'iISIl'fll.: lice to this, as a part of a general system of clean etch adult re.juires 'for, daily: consumption: it is says that he has enjoined it upon bbdauhter.1
IRELAND. liness. The above rules have baea careful1anti desirable to change! as much of the air in his
.( speak well for its recent managen: >eu. O'Connell had not been sanL'ncfd. It was expected earnestly inculcated by physicians, and attentionto sidence as the moisture given off by the I re a duty which she owes to herself to ri r

Burning of the Sills of the Centrtj Bank.- that the traversers would be called up on i them has been the means of l sening;: that would situnte: in the same time. (we cc nsitl'erthat ings: 'r her shl;bers every morning, whilrthedew

The !dgeville( Journal of the 7th int. sa,.s- the first of Easter term, hut their names were not i premature mortality to which former ages. and as soon as the air we resire, becomes lttiH-d are yet trembling upon the grass 'and bfot

"Tt>
Central Buak on Saturday last.Ve lean that) they had been served with a four: days notice to thus: they have reflected a glorious light upon the atmosphere: a portion of its:; vapor becomes > :
the ainoum t'ten was ?18l2l /):);). There i r ness; and every day, ere the Corning sun h
o\V appear for sentence They, on the other hand, most benevolent of all professions. In additionto dundant, and must be precipitated, or otherwise
i about $llkJ WO in active circulation. We Icn had served the Court with a two day: rule notic this effect they have: no doubt rendered less (discharged we shall find: that the moisture to be rolled over the burning wa/e, Oceana's .n

aho, that yesterday was the day fixed upon whe I. to move for a new trial. frequent, and, perhaps, diminished the mOi t..lity given off; in this way, does not require, at the mo.t form may be seen sweep,*, along the vrd

b the Augusta and Savannah Banks would receive at The grounds on! which a new trial l i is prayed for, of the pestilential fevers of tropical region ; but more than half cubic foot a dry air a minute to avenue, where aid lilies,

par the Bills of the Central Bank.. ire similar to the points prominently brought fir. the most important agent in'eflectin.:: this object, absorb it. Hence, not more than seven hn dreJ and sweet-briar lacks rrremy

\\'rd on the trial, viz: the omission: of a part ofthe..ury if not wholly overlooked, hay been regarded; as and! twenty-five/ cubic feel, cr twenty-five cubic emboss tie martin
THE BAN OF FI/>IUDA.-We are very happy roll-the} misnomers of !Mr. J.hn Jason, : superior to human control. The inefficiency of yards of pure and dry air, can be required: gamy, When t'ie shades of eviuing to length

to be at length able to give our readers some Rqh-lhe carrying of the trial beyond Hilary I the present rules is attested by the frequent recur- for all the purposes of respiration, by each adult she is adorned in azurerobcs, and! may beat seed
catUfactory news in regard to this Bank-and Term nd what is mot strongly tired the miss rence of epidemic fevers, in communities habitation. Now )
; : where that may he in a the powei'If one lime
the crystal
tech as will, we hope, and have reason to direction walking aim? !
Relieve, every of the ll'araedjnJge in! summing up the the most untiring regard: has been paid to them, ventilation; in a house or room, should be proportioned that and f3by
prove correct and authentic.We evidence. ripples ,
therefore, more powerful means of the number of that through tie orange grove 0
prevention, I to persons
received are by informed the list that Mr. Rutgers letter the Cashier The result was not known: whe.i! the Hibernia I than those hitherto employed, are most urgently it ; hut, it is obvious) that a calculation! occupy whi 'h many I little casc4sintotheocean; arida8"0'
mail from Mr. Graham sailed.
the President a O'Connelifullv" exited: i to be imi>riJo:1-: demanded.; supposes the average number of adult inhabitants she is seen seated ir an evergreen bower, watch
dated
at New York on the ed; on hIs speech 't the d rant: Cork meeting on An. :a-a-ie..nte] supply of pure air. is the obvious that remain in a habitation continuously: little =
the the
ing
3d inst, in which it is stated that Mr. Booth had the 7th of April he throug i- soft waves mt glitter over }
_ arrived in: New York, and that aid, Jt woul} b2 an t idle remedy 'for the t--.h :arising from the respirationof out the whole twenty-four hours, to be ten, and that is riPP1mgst'let.
I had been an arraagsment thmg.for any nan to flMpo3P twit} ( am not to 2(U a noxious:nl.;;>!L: \\'heth'rthe impurity extend allows twenty-five cubic yards of pure air far tie formed in tie. CtOs of the .
already partially
I.. completed hy which to prIson (Cries ()f Per' x for gunjril vitiation, orarise In the of l r
:an amount of funds, immediately available, would Ml see you her', I 1"" Yes a SJr( to a : : from the negl respiration t of each individual, must he arrplysufficient. heat the day, prhapibe ed
shat there.- l et of cleanliness ."r ventilation. Malaria It will he
be> provided, sufficient: to pay every dollar of the (RpnewedcleiOf": Xo."aru hn to go ; : as a shown hereafter, that hv dining on her si ver.frinOe soa, whIe I
cIler3. Whit f fU-l scurce "I'SI1I :\ im nniritv easily be there will be
liabilities of the Bank; that Mr. Booth xvnuldre- ly talk.! sure ) may counter- our means, no difficulty! in prt.clu- her maidens mist the zephyrs in imPIltuJMreCresl
you you 'I ave m, { Of thd r"ll! acre..I! because its athnity for air is
i ,
turn so slight, that ing this quantity! or even two, four, eihtr '
immediately to Florida to attend to the business door to lock it sixteen and others
1'Ti : against,me. f IAhcrin, its, intermixture he l ing hr th, of heaven,, lu
rY r of,the Bank here, and Mr. Graham would remain I Fay I shall! gn to prison : t do : cheers.) may prevented, or decomposedwhen or more! tlff.e,3 that much to every person thatusually an/soothe, her dreams by the Rlv
in New York to act as agent.It : because It. WIJI btj agiinst' 'lIt 93y I wjll ;,1 formed by very simple processes Being : inhabits a house. JEXNER.'* slumber s

I may be welUo add that arrangement, above i that I shall go, for I will b?my cfmrn\\11 I, hut I do "say dependant: if for their to union cleanliness upon heat the, it i is obvious"that ode of the: \\itet_the harp _and the gIu. 1
dt'd there. : conjoined *
mentioned would as we understand have been At a meeting of the Repeal AS"i"* ,iatio:1 nn'tht of tnat portion of the atmosphere in temperature which Robinson.. on the a'mosphrre, vol. 2, page 281. curtains other windows are snow :1'
made before we .,
but for some misunderstanding in ** "" The
difficulty or 13th of April, D.iMi.n.however he expre.3edhWpm dwell, can! be so reduced that its maximum shall borderedith azure silk fringe .
between Mr.r Booth and Mr Graham the The amount of 6nest
that judgment would he revenue received with the
That difficulty now tn have been n tshed if never attain that limit! necessary to its affinity at the port of her chaober are covered p
appears over- submitted to
to
parliament, which ns with noxious matters it 'follow.* Boston during the month of
come, and consequently, there is DO further obTallahwte of last resort he believed he and tho4&its Court as an inevitable April, thin year, was silk, ant' there are festoons of artificiareI

\1t ... },.-' Saitirul.'t :" with him had a legal right of appeal. 'inditelr' i continence and the that of malaria must cease to exist i t. $S3; :W during the corresponding month last ers h g around them. The ''green :1-
means
enjoying
every reasonable des

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her"seems fit only for an inhabitant: of paradise.- ous," and no doubt, the conclusions: which I S L S ..' { .' %4
arrive Mr. Wood from the jl
Com .
on Contracts and ltlCEIPToF:: tunUUI' ;
chunedth the Merandj and at from plain observatio! p ;.
I am perfectly i, he deduces from Improvements, re.oried: thdt said committee had Per ste-ner .lreu-l bales! FOR LIVERPOOL .T rit th :

if I am either languid or melancholy' when I a poetical fancy, and enlarged: powers of the contracted warn lihsii broA-a dad: Conaor& \: \ cotton to Locklidrioung. ENGLAND, Boothby, in3.stiUM' .

pass through the la.ie that leads past this delightful nursery mirvellous. I propose in another number by to build 1.1 iirst a fence of J.ine rou n'-vxt.id the sra\e yard, to be dOt Per aieamer' Boston-207 bales cotton to Kimbroiyh vith despatch, for freight aaIy..toWAPCK; i '
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1 always feel refreshed and invigorated to take the [ The fuilowr bills ;way; (In J C'l.uLlr' 1U to .\! t
up conclusion were
place of Letter 1, ando and ; presented and passed McKav. oc ilaitsnorne! ; 57 C Itogers; :V$1 \Vm G : feb17 4 Columbus Bloc $
and while: folded in sweet sleep, I dream uf hea- ah the second, which pin-s a figurative' II. allowedi iF : Purtrr x Co; lo Luc,{iurt vYUJ. ;. : .:..
: account: Simjiious! for work on i ewdlks. .$327.3 Per A 191 b I FOR NEW YORK-Porfrf IM"I.
oteainer : iifff- tIes
Teoly feld and blooming beautv.Yourg of d.'ith in plrtic: -llar-co:13: .1'JCtly not quite so P. tr.c'\; Gr.i Jy, for 'lau.( anJ drayag*. .. lu 73 Dawon A: Cu; 100) to h.llnhr.ou cotton,V Kidguay to Hill f 2 Mh 'nst.-The brig EMELINE,of Stark, 'l

&.c. VEiUUL YA. el ur: h'e, but e.j'ully Ion.: ;;. SEX< PON.PRE3ENTIMEXT. William J Pecfor; nuts;; toot oil for"HUB,*. 7 50 E Talbot; 26 IViry[ C Duxiii"ouj 13 :\ourc & master t will sail above. For
.: Donald Campbell; ::, board of livers . 14 13 IOUl"; McKay ILtTt hor.le. having commodious passage, ,
a and cabin
Mr. airy or deckadapted
Wood presented tie/ Uill of B. H.ird for I1.IrI 'hln-HH hales :
I'er (;
For the Comm Ul Advertiser. steamer cotton to S the
: to
season, apply above .
b'lilding plan* si'Je-walk in froat of Mansion A4xdrews: 7'J \loMe & i\IcEena'"; 76 Lockhart.\ as; or toNOURSE&STONE \
I I.
m'W about Jtothing.Mr The Grand Jury for the Hoiiie; amo Kiting to $:0, which read 1
41 Operate agut. -Busy count of Franklin: was aid Yomixig; 55 \V G Porter & Co; 40 \lcK.ty: & II4rts- : I :
reader ofthe having: brought! their labors to a'clo*-, would referred to Com. on Claims. home; 30 \V A k P C Kani; 19 [Hill, Dawson c "may IS 46 Water st \iv f'{1{
E liter:-I have been a co.istant: ; On of Mr. iloberts
be fore motion Council then ad-
asking ,for dismissil from your Honor b Co; 12 Green Conuery; 30 li G Kicks 103: to FOR NEW YORK-The fast
,
Co.nmarciai" since its advent, and have: lei ve to mike a ij-.v .si tims'on journed. order. sailing J )U
schooner LION: Clitt "
somj matters master will have
Pv-r steamer Columbus! b is cotton: to Kimbroiyh
"been: more or lesi: au.d: : by the weekly lucubitioas perUintiu! to the public interests. COUNCIL:. CHAMBER despatch for the above port. For .
The Court l V: Kidway; 14V G P.rerfo; 53 W freight ,
i.i fbwnj: verse and melting<< pro .?, alter. servt".1 1 : :H well as this Jury, must have ob. WKDVESDAY EVP.. I-:', May d, bit 5 C UicAiiisoii: 52 Hill, Ibwson) : Cu11; John C ur pasie, having superior accommodations, ap.

natia from "Sidiey," IrJi." Gle.n-AIentor! ," with deep concern: the vat increase of CO'.Jncilanet ills evening. IVsent, JavU '7. Mddd ; 3JV A $c ij C KUIII; 7 Green v\: Connery. ply tn B. ELLISON[ & Co.
? cruninil prosecutions: : in this county ; and how. Raney, AUyor; Coiacilui-M, \I;';.:;rs. Sc.nr, may18 33 Water ft. 1
oC' La Bre .!," and: Vermilya," the latter two of ever much we miy regret this multiplication of f Rob/rtr, Guyoii, Babcock: Clenuniuts, Farrioran'i -- _____r ---

which fruitful .,'natures I propose to feed a little, indictments, a, an evidence of deterioration :-;lII1IHOIlS.Thl :: ic FOR NR\V YORK-The hark COM. ;

lest the author's wonderful fecu.idily in the world moral* in o-.ir: cotnmuiiity! we feel oursdve.s! more of approved.: minutes of the last meeting were: read. and I ''f411'u' I NEIT TEL i IJ IG NC j CE. .A4IERCE:.:-.. 'MIl'ce Rogers. is up as above. Fir

particularly called Uoi; to notice it in ----- -. .-. - flf freight, having of her" .. !
part {
literature s.iould abate, our offi- Th? Clerk reported the retirns: of the 'harbor ----- -
and polite ----- --- -' ------------
of letters, ; cial L cara'o e i'u.ed
void." ca 'artiy, from tha fact th-it there i (lander :Master and \\ ell! ; :Masters Foster, H>j.Ii t kerr. PORT OF APALACH1COLA[ :May 13. I : apply; to the Captain or to i fl
leaving thereby an aching th at the i'iteres! of suitors in our Courts, on the Joo'Jlet an.l llaUey, which were it'a.j 1
The; list, a series of si.igular l letters, in civil and cha'ncerv: docket*, may be prejudiced file Also, th tt tie: Finance; Committee ha J CLEA ItED----, FOR NEU- Y- _
and by it. 1,1:1 i : commercial examined and aru>roved his aC 'I.11 as Trea .tiier Ship Globe,. I..Ovry.t for---Liverpool J RK. The' fine barque .
Ianuae "perspicaoas style, nm'iiiiry, lik this. by Day GLOBE. t
chute .: [nanv 'I } "'. .!., "..,' \.'.......1. r..n ; _.. :_.____. to the 1st April, and reported o.itu Commute's receipt & Co. Brazier, msster, having most I
from Vennilya to La: Bresa, aid vice verse, comnanceu. -- p-- 1'- ''''lIcll.'' IIHtreSlsro par. for -32 (V r her car;o enag ed and ;
deployed .
$ them.A
tit are ot.nsU'itly: : arising: calling for imtne-liate ) City scrip; by Ship :MarthaVashinmoa, Tyler, for Sew York! w iLl me. t with goin on board .
.)oitnesubject: j oi Southern Iniluence.V adj'idiati: ,n, a iii 1 vet from the committee was: received from; tile Tax Collector by McKay v\c Hart:horne. : despatch. For balance of freigbt-
allowed precedence wisely seating he had collected $4,271 W: of this Bri..{ Manlidttaii, Duane, for X Yorkby Nourse or passage: apply; to
will terminate, God only knows when or to criminal: .
and pro -ceding, it may not be in years Taxes. .\c Stone. CHARLES ROGERS
j.
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to
or
where-the author embraces such a variety u1'U'JJtctJ. other the power of yoir Honor, consistently: with your Mr: Farrior, from the Committee on Claims reported Bog MagnoliaVest, for New York, by J Day. KTMBRQUGH & RIDGWAY. '1' 1 ;
engagements:: in this i Judicial District to favorably on the following accounts, which & Co. -
.
in the bill and has such sick- I
a
nut
tive! the time nfes.try for judgment upon them. were passed aniallowed! : Schr Swallow, Shannon, for New Orlean FOR NEW YORK-The brig EME 1. 14 14ml1 :
eaa:1; : exe: u of sentiment without sens, that This I Jury d'i Mot pretend to be conversant with T. Mitchel: draff of Williamson him, $j 00 Sloop Southerner, Alhn, fur Mobile.AKIMVED. LINE, Stark, master, will meet ith" !

hai :wt:.reJu tJ3jotStcrae: he would without the subject! of jnris.hction, and he B. Hurd, b-iildiri,' side-walk in front U dt'i-)'*t'h. For freight i or pa&33.h2vin fr'
telL to may not com Mansion House . . . ... ... . 40 00) 1: ( a commodious cabin on deck ,
pc point out consistently apply to the
iiuuat: aavo been private .UZIUSIMM! and per- a remedy! : with L Mr. Guyou, wconded by Mr. iobert.kt.'J Schr Swallow as \
law, for the evil adverted" ; Shannon, fin ?New Orlean! or .to NOURSE & STONE ., f
!hip: uieilor: to him in every glen througn whicn throughour i bit they'wi h,I for the yeas and nay on the passage of tiie: account :Schr Mary, Talbot, tin Xf\v Orif aris. mvii: 4fi Water !., ". I
honor to call 'nSI lic attention street.Drugs
to of B. Hurd, which: were : Steamer Siren, Van Ve hr?!I, fin lanbridg.: S
he traversed in his remarkable: .and pleasing the' 'ibct) t. and would sn.est that, in their mind,, Yeas-Messrs. itoberts, Babcock, Simmons and Steamer ColtnnbJa CrenshdW, fin Col'1mbll: and Medicines. fll 0 j
extension: of tlu cogni.caice: : of the F arrior. Steamer Charleston \
journey. C'iUlltor Freeman, tin Cuiurubus. !subscriber: has taken the
this aim iyor's Courts over crimes and misdemeanor's of I.nfr Nays-:Messrs. Schifier, Gayon and Clements.Mr. Steamer Agnes, Jenkm:", fin Coluinb'J.'. THE' Store-in-Baltz- '10(.
Pardon, dear reader, digression, by way of.. grade, would at once mitigate the evil Guyou nflered the following ieso.uions, Steamer liotonIortllu, fin Colunbj T. Buildings! formerly occupied by Mr. B. 6\"'. '-,( ,
preface, to the very important subject matter in There arc additional which were adopted t -- Caro, and as early as loth of May will open a f. ; 't-
i reasns! peculiar to this I Resolved That fiom and after this date stock of Drugs, Points, Oils, Glass & ., L! ,
bill .c. for
hand. 5outil rn Influences", i is certainly a subject co'inty, why the co.p: :i'zince: of minor offences no VESSELS I IN PORT. <&c. .L,
I or account, due l> thi summer use, ald in the fall will[ have
should he vested: in y City to any peronor persons :May IS.-Sloops and lighters not included. a large and ; ::,''' :
which ws would like< to understand and appreciate lation is a MayorVCourt. Our popu hall be allowed 'or passed by Council, uutil SHIPS. complete assortment 'for country merchants, pl. n- ;. 't '

and but for t'us' volunteer, who no doubt( a migatory one, 3'ldtn offence committed I said hills or accounts are hrtt: presesented to (.;OllU- Marianna. Crocker, 39; ton:, waiting-McKay & j ers and physicians. i. ...it
to- -in that
might, Court, be immediately arted L c.l and referred to and approved by the Committee Hartshorne. ap20
cj4 a native, .')*rl1.Ji. an: abori: ;.ine?, W.? should have ; whereas Claim- r B. S. HA\YLEY. l
upon: under the present: organization, on when the same may be passed at the Roth -child (Br) Fell, 617 tons,for Liverpool load- -- ;1.; .J, .S..
all !bee.i githered up with the rakinzs of oblivion, the offender may, for a petty offence, be subjected next meeting, officer's salaries exce ted. liijj-W A & P C Kain. ISSPECTOR LUMBER.-Having received i j' S S

without a proper: knowledge of oir; localities. to months of imprisonment; involving! expenses Resolved, That any City officer neglecting or England, (Br) Boothby, for Liverpool, loading- of Ins ector of Lumber, I \ '
to the Territory, and when brought forward for refusing to make m nthly returns and pay over all W A Jc P:I C Kain. will attend at any time to the duties of the "l'"l'i
He com aences! the description of things; of time trial, the evidence which he Ynomes collected by hut! within twenty-tour hour pointment. ap .1 1(:
upon was committed,, after the first BARQUES.
in each month after
regular 'eting
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;tad( sense: win a full I letter of grim death anJ be far Commerce CC/- Office 42 Water stairs.
may beyond! ) the jurisdiction of this Court. being notified by the Cierk of such failure or neglect Roger, 2S9 tons: =, for N York, load street-up ,
the grave, nid in a fashion which the! ancient Perhaps no subject! presses so forcibly upon theminds be and is hereby removed after such notice. ing-Kimbrough &; Kidjjway. feb2G PETER HOBERTJVTOTICE S ,

classic; writers never drjame.1: of, poor ignorantwretches ; i of our citizens, during the sessions of our Un motion of Mr. Roberts, the following gentlemen Cumberland, (J Br.) Power, 402 tons, for Liverpool -JOHN LUCAS 5- 1 1-
loading .
Day Co. ,Inspector and '
; Courts: when the -juestioi: of punishment i is were appointed a Board of Health, viz : .c l.\ measurer -,
aid which; wu-il-1[ have saved the benighted Glob?, Brazier, 317 torn, waiting Master. of Lumber tot Framvliii
brought before them, as the importance of Thomas, Orman Dr. S. \V. Spencer and Dr. W. county-hopes ,' .\
a pen Alabama, Merrill, 34S tons waiting Master. to merit and receive share
a of
as.)irants for literary fame a vast deal! 01' itentiary in our Tenitory Our code of punishnsut S. Green. pattonage.' _._ J.." \ .
Also the Health BRIGS. _. I M_ .....
following Inspectors were \ ..
trouble in detail and consecutive now in 'brce, are to the of I appointed & LARD. 5 casks 0 "- :
p\'enti-l stupendous repugnant; spirit : Timol 'on, Bliven, 202 tons, discharging B BACON new Jaes1 t'
: stretch of genius winch; gives you th. tiife e al: ; we live j in, and( when our Juries bring ina :I P. Laprade, District Xo. 1 ; John G. Ruan, District -I Wood :\: Co. new Hams; 3U kegs Lard.
conclusion! so clearly and forcibly, thatou; vvnlict h: accordance with it, it falls upon the ."i o. 2 ; P. W. Cullen, District .{o. 3 ; R. A. Emeline, Stark, 197 tons, for New York, loading- Just received per schr Boston, for sale by r.- .\ If'
:are eir like a voice from the 12th century. It i is Domin.sre, District No. 4. Noure A: Stone. DODGE & GARDNER, ,
able to jump at the premi;; s. Extracts from the n,*:?.le[
above! letters must be< given detached, and in ex- now universally' for these! feudal inflictions, to Committee on Claims. viz: :: j; '
ten but there i is an evil of gnat magnitude aries out Commercial Advertiser Office, for publishing proceedings Textnr, Smith, bO toiiis, for rfew York-Chas S PACKING BOXES-20 1argeDryGooIsBoxci. 1_ ; .. ,',
*), to gather the orient pearl at rin1ornf:: the general disrelish of our system of puni'lmC'lt. of Council month?, ... ... $20 ()Ij Russell.Thames JT For sale by Of L"( .)'f.

Itrun;." The letters were intende.1 to be "*some The: pnni;hmj it met d out i in Com. Adv. Office, for printing Revised Sawyer, 106 tons o'aitin-\Ia3ter. my I J. STEVENSON & CO. v'pAINT.J : t' o
very many: Ordinances in pamphlet turin.... ... ..102 00() .:- : ,
i i.s
thing beneficial to both of the correspondents, cases, nit determined hy aggravation: of the Engine Co. No. 1. fur 1 gal lamp oil. . 150W. j OILS, &.c.-7 kegs White Lead; : '- y

and are than; with a n.ible and uns.ri.rht; for tjen- off ence, but' r he 'jreiter: or less re' 'rcmc..t. sensi i- G. M. Davis, for services as Clerk. ... 87 50 03- PUBLIC NOTICE -The Citiz-:ls of s Black Paint ; 10 do Green;' l:..:. J

erositv, given to the ganhg world, which shows bility and benevolence of the Jury which act C. E. Bartlett, tor rent of i-chool room .., 43 00 Apalachicola, are re.juested to attend a meeting: 1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl Linseed Oil? '
upon; it.The On motion of Mr. Farrior, the Council then adjourned. 2 lit) Spirits :
Turpentine
conclusively that the heart of the donator on Mond.iy evening next, at the Merchants &, ; :: R 1 S 5
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: pulsated Graid Jury have rjmorlced! that: within a 2 > )1 sails Spetin Oil ; S.

to the dictates of pur. philanthropy.: few years: the General Government has made arpropriations .. .. _____ _u_._____ _._. _I Planters Exchange, at half-pat 7 o'clock, for ths 2JJ Paint Brushes, a. nrtefl, for Sale by I

First, we have my dear La: Bresa, in his ; for the erection of a penitentiary in I DIED-Oi Sunday, the 12th instant, BAKER: purpose of organizing a Military Comlany.fj1 DODGE & GARDNER, I
at 1 least one of the Western Territory, arrl it 'us: JOi! .';SOS, yoaiigt-ai: sn of Robert) Jonn Fioyd, alG( ,0
, moritn ; :50wn, sitting: quietly in a cushioned: created snrne surprise, particularly! ; a< the subject L E )j.. a o d Ohfp.tr ind tVP1tV.liIIC 'bi's.! {;(:j- lime subscriber: bein: Comjittled to remain _____________________4U__Water____st__0_ '_

tocking-c'iair: reclining a thinking head upon has heretofore !been brought to the notice of our -- ----- ------" ------------- S I here through the summer, would be pleased to .-10 bbls: Cider The 3-. .1 I
i slender white hand.** Thnt indeed i is very rom- Dcejratby( the Grand Jury o''a! iiu'i.wnncotin'y : COMMERCIAL. attend to any business entr.i -ti.tl to his cvrc..IAS. 2 boU Copperas; S inat.Cassu; .-1 'I

JwtabU aid would' ;.xit the luvuriotH taste of I that nn uiuvement! was m.id.* iiy lion in ,. ; F. FAilKIOR. G chests Tea, green, black, &.c. > ,'t b Sit
our behalf contemporaneously {With t.c'! anplicition ; : Apalachicola, May IS, ISU. ) kegs, ; Sal.ratiis; 3 do Nutmegs and Clove
wme of our nice young men on ami abo-.it town ; of ot'ier Teriitories. MAIL ARRANGEMENT."Hue 1U! boxs Ground -i /J
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The
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II Cr nd.Jury vvuiililre I $NOTICF.-CORXELIUS Pepper; 4 do SpiceS A
st\ll there is not a partirle of.doubt hut that LiBtssa pcctftilly a- !i leave, throu's 1 your Boor, to Tue"sYTay# an 5 bosket Sala Oil 5 ; i 'tf
[ Closes Tuesclays and Sitnrd.iys' at U, 1>>. M.CDTTON 4."Dt. during my bse ice iron ; kegs Bar Lead; 'J' 1 b
th'wi ;ht, and that deeply, as that which present thi..< subject to the notice of our Delegate the Territory. M. LARK IN. 3J bass Shot, assorted ; 1 case Sardines; I 1 !'

folows will amly: prove. Next, after a peroratior in Cm1r-: .;. Apabchicoh: May IS, 15t!. nil 3t 5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves; '
The Jury wnulj al:>o call public! nifention: tothe :MARKET.We 5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale '1'
to nun's: ielf.e teem, ha says : I have: taken i:-npoa'ii'e (I'' a revision of our criminal code. have had a free injuiry for cotton this week, NOTACEVe:: have appointed JOSEPH[ DODGE & GARDNER by 4 F

considerable in the of lan- Thc ne 1'lality of puni-ihments! aJived W. HAMMOXD, our lawful ajfe.it, to tr.1IIs.Jct apII, I
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care expression my to crimes a? our sales will show-:there Ins! been considerable : : L 40 Water street: .
.guafp in hopes that my pain* may more thin I* i mutter of (Urin4: imp 'rtance, and when the ( business in the article. The demand )has business. lor us during our absence: from the Territory. >1a
Jury advert to the fact that the mnajsravate; <::1 l lcis S. DILL & CO. CHAI > CHAIRS -Received pership':
repay me, by eliciting an answer from you. : ? of mansl-m: \; hter and the shooting: : of a cow been freely ma.t by hollers at our quotations: Inferior Apalachicola, May Sth, 1544. my 11 'Jt na- 0 S 4

The :rficle itsslf, hv its evprewive; imazrv: : n.n'1 I ;uv rni-le sihjcct to the arne punishment, no -U to 5]; OHinary 5i to 5|; Middling 6 to NOTICE.-CORNELILJS[ GRADY lu dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs, !

'tastefO beiutiful ideis, su.1riitlv: : evinces that: I arther .Ir"u'neo1t is required' beforean: enlightened 6$: :Mi.l. Fair 7; Fair 7}. duly auth...rized' agent during my absence, is from my 3" curled 'S 4j
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Th: sal3 of f n. Boston Rocking Chairs /: '
coin'riu iity.This ? the we-k amount to 1,212 bal-s as me ,
care t ta observer rl icrrirnrv. JUH.N
m l Cert, evan common a KER.NS. 1 tc **
Grind. : Jury would hs derertive in duty follows -10 b ihs at 4' 11 5 2at5 AalaC'iiCoIi! Mahogany I' j
: 1; at ; {; 13at5i: April 27. I ISM. 3t
ow.T..1.. BresVs rne Al-so Sofas
< appreciation
moreover : o F'd Sideboards
,
li l theY l Reaureaus Tables V
< accord
not to I Honor their: thanks ,
your 23; at 5j: 09 at 5. : Ifi at 4J: 31S at 6 4:) ut 6$ 313 BeJ ,
;
; teads
it'for he answered it the very next week. Next fir the very ahle, impartial u nd satnf i ;;ctory maler ;)- C3- X0TICE-JuH.\J JUNES, is my duly au- > Washstinds, Curled Hair ,Mattrass/,7 .
at fii}; W1at6.2atG; ; 129 at 64; 12 at 6J; 10: at thonsed ajent iJuriiig; ab Feathers, &c-, ail of which will be sold low '
we bav**' the southern( hatch covered: with cnrreasses in which/ "YOU have fulfilled the duties of your my ; :nce Irom: the Citv.U'M. for a
7 cents per Ib. Cash, by PETER
}h i.h offl("('. H. JUNE HOBART.S
of tha driftel d.'vl. Thi admit is j -
we a To yie District Attnnev the: thanks of this S COTTO' STATEMENT.: _Apalachicola, May 1st, 1SH, mv4 3f* rnnch-1:) i I im

test frihtful picture, and fact would but fa- community: ajv eminently due, for his zeal, independent ';;:tf'C'k on hani l=,t Oct.2U (CrJ-) XOTICE.-CORXELIU3 GRADY, is LIQUOR ;;J AND WINEi-Brandy-Of ard,- ; t tv -
therthe icrio.n, it would : in the ) rirmness Received i iince i last . .. my '
put money purse i uncornpronising! aid: l fejrles-i- oir 1.7.VJ duly authorized agent during my absence from ; & Co's; A Sei{nette's
MTcne(' M, and a blush of shame! UOOT tie! cheek! fl CS in the discharge of his oTicial: duties-the. previously .... ... 116.G13 the Territory. a'AM'L. S \l It'll. Gin-Holland, anchor brand. ;I

rf every native But I am happy to inform the services: of such an o.luvr are inval'iable[ iii this -11 .535 bales. Apiliehicla, May 1st, 1" 14. m> 1 Jt \V'ilis'cey-Old Scotch ; Mononffahela.Wine : 1 S..
coiri'n'ini'y, and wo fru-it will always b. properly Exported sinc< our lat t. .2,790 -Old :Madura; Sicily ; old Port .
torror-strickcri! : reader*of the correspondence, that e: fiMuted ::)y our citiz.ns.Tie previously ... ..107,235; [trT: I'VAL.-\b3ir5: XVHITMAR3H & Champaisrn! ii>r S tIe by pure ;

the beach has ,:IV'1 a certi-lc.ite that: sac'i: : a tiling << U. S. Marshal! i is als'> deservinn: : of our entire -11 0.03{ .\RDSOiV, in co-Heq'iencj of the late iire DODGE & GARDNER, ,

is i of rITe .oc11rr1e?, inJ tu1 jvirely accidental. aol hearty appro''" ition; for. the very sntifactorv Stock on hard! not_. clear__ ?__J,.d,5J offer have lemoved to Nu. 3 > \\'ater street, where they I arIa 40 Water utriiKAN S '7 S
manner in which his dutie-s hive Ip'l ful- --- 0 for sale a neneral assortment ot groceries,
Adh we ha.e ii; iTnediita connection, the ii lld. B. ELLISON FREIGHT[ *?. co't. ctiomniry, fruit, itc. ap27 utNOTICE .;PAKENT WINDOW BLINDS ri

lolemn assertion .' that the ruJ* winds have bea Foreman.GOLD To Liverpool:, (firm).l-2'l) pr Ib. X A beautiful article-assorted patterns. {}

ten dovn the mcmantns: of frien d N'lio' (pride) No eugigment5Coist\vise: since our last. .-Those indebted to, ur holding For sale by B. ELLISON.&"C0.', ."tr ),
a:(iint, the und-.Tsigned, are referred 1 ap2 33: Water streef.r .
MINES. That:
Wetum
and! the rains and the IiJes haw: washed tha! cer : k.\ Arns says (tor s'ttleme.nt: to Geo. S. Havvkins his ,
The Mini''\% n.. ions of onr: state are d iilv i'lCrl'.t.- ExoT.z.LIV : EJJ., legalaltonev. J I'iCE-The partnership heretofore '1 I
existing
of their resting pi ices .asvy"i in'lO i interest.: This di trict i is very extensive: E UPOOL-Per ship Giobe-1,331: bilsco'fon. \V. D. PRICE? 'N"in this phce between the subscribers under .

It iviUbe rich news to perso n who rOiiJ": : on embracing! Pallale n, Randolph: Cf>oVa: aid: Talla.pOOH. [ .; : S\( Joseph, May-13: 1811.. ails 3i* the firm of- PRESTON & MACLAY is this 0:1! '

the 1?i oast, to lean that they b iry their d t1'I The) notlu-rn t part (If C KHA count t v is every 767 p hal J.Y1RKPer.' iotron. ship! Martha Washington OTlCE.-.The ro-partnfcrihi;> her...toitre ex- day dissolved; by mutual) consent. "f' .1 ;
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within th infljeie:: of lUa waters. And the Ii iy viel.li i.r 'n; 1.w ,lni'l rdlfli.- II. secr?ts to the P"r hri? Minh-Jttan: ( )b"lps co'ton. istin'{'in this pi ice between the subscriber.: THOMAS PRESTON, .
inuisiive! ] j s.-arch. r alter; tne! pre=!O'H metal ; and Per brig l.1gnolio.l-lro bales cotton."IPnHT5. ixrulrtheflrm: of \ OJRE &. McKr\\"ZiE, is this J. MACLAY Hi '
.next is altjon try-" V m >lest .ire of grass diniltt, rhut this section would day dissolved by mutuil consent. .
\vt! nor furnish an -Apalachicnla,2aySthl944._ roll 1m \ 5
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will i ._ _._ { ;
vmetrnes wav*? i.i s .Uni gentlenas overthe i interesting field for the labors! of Me scientific j JJHX M. \l unE, \

puce ot i te i.-n'i: pj'l fe:v :\11Y flowers choir.! NEW 01Lr.P: r c'lr. w-\now-2! ) ptbrin :o W1LI/AM A. McKENZIE.Apala&iicola : 'ASHIONASLE CLOTHJSG.-Just SPRING received AND SUMMER ", ,,J S

will !bend their he-vis at t-.viliilit' and drop a tear In the! s-r.it'i! eastern corner of Talh'le; the : !. 10) e"il rOIt': 21 hhl Ii' ;;'Ut'. 52 bblawii -+- -.- Miy IS,_J J';. I4.. anna; : and( brig: Timoleon, a fa'ihionab1easscrtn per sbip.l\laH.tDt i
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Mess, i H tilitl'Iihon, & Co are working amine !'; tp 10 Kimhro'lh \: Hi !lwav. : 1 150: 8'1cks I.
to the : : TOU'.) of S.Jrin/and
and = l'TfCE.ix month- Summer Goods 5
of deLrtd excel : ; consistingot-
beauty .
memory :; thou. :'i iiv t t<> be inferior to any in the c.irn to'T II .t C H A-Kiin; 9 p3! m lzfc '- :Moore AD\HNISTHA I )
lence." 1 I l,, to the Hon. W. G. M. Era d'tte Frock and Dress coats
ap ?
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That U Co 79 C1ld"r., j
tho anddone Ar
-pire of I) avis, Jnd.ce of t.'ie; CoiriJy Court of Franklin i Bltck and! blue Orleans Cloth do. .
22 nl* _
and Per r;-hr1..no3: casks! hncon.: | pork 9.:) :
sorrowful at that, should be celebratedin !Mn. TAPPAV.Senator from Ohio, ha ac- facks: corn J Day te Co 84 I"kg; milFarr.or! fc! cou.itv, (for l letters of dismission from the estate 'a Thibet Cloth do. -.

ton; by Sid.uy: as the deep, deep, lovely green k nowtetLeJ that he was the person who broke Co: IS Cnpt Sharphsa; 11 Moore A: McKcni"; of Thos. H. Thompson. H. B. STONE, Gimbroon Sack Coats; .

of$orrow-and tloss May flowers however lowly, the injunction) oisecrcCyJy fe'idin: to New York 20, H It Tavlor; 23 Lockhart & Young; 5i 3 Flew.: ,Apalachicola, :May IS, 1S44. Adtn'r.CI Summer Tweed, Frock&: Dress boats} S

hould each have a ropy of the' Texnn treaty and documents. Like ellen & Butt. ----- Do do Sacs! ; .. ". ..
m ode the sime fruitful au FY HOTEL.-J..
by Mr. .<. T. Mison, of Virginia, who disclosed the HAMMOND, tharrf- Kentucky Jean do. do. 4
thor.
The ealighUaed birds, too, of the presentfciy < Jay treaty, Mr. I'. .. l'JiI'o. in nn.I vindicates the act. PlSSENTrERS.Per ful for the liherjl patronage: d-.irmg trie Drap d'ete Panfs; Fancy Cassimere do.
carrol merrily 'r the place that the rude .5 ct: 'amer Boston-Me:,!':rs C M* n 0 !"7=, G WRos winter; gives notice! thht the CITY HOTEL will Plaia and: figured gambroon Pants; S

halchraent ?, Jis Bonnell: J H Grace, Robf Wh-aton, A he kept open durin the summer, and evetf pain.* Summer Tnted do: Stackapus; doi .
and the pall had made solemn.: Proceed )?S of Council. C 'Morton, :M.tthew! Perr'mal.V'\*flhld! J taken to accommodate boarders, that the conveniences and twilled Cottonade do. ,
Thoughtless n;; ;-Ii. Cli.lbEtVEIXIAV Per E J Wood, E Talbot, Crape
hJ.hertd wretchithey'oUgl it steamer nE'E-Capt of the afford. *
City 2t Gra'rdjv/lle Pants .
\ IV/HNINS. May; 1, 13-1.J J BlJtlom. o. ____ my4 : ; S :
'to :
be -
shot.After Council itt-t tae.n.'K.. Pr ,enl, Dn'l G. Per steamer" CoIumh1t-"Ip.r.Greeninl Bli:s.PerMeanvr Itocklancl Lake Ire Plain and fi'd satin Vests; Fig'd'Silk do.'

commencing! : wth unacclimated south- Ranev, M-tyor : inci-m.-n, ,H 5r5. Roberts. Charleston-Dr M WIT arid lidy, Pl-iinand fig'd Marsailles do. :
Schiifrr, liiea-'i! rpmntsVo. i and FarriorThe : : rpHE undersigned: : Agent for t.e KOCKLAXD Also, a general Handkerchfeff .
tmers," he ;! ( Mr Rick!?, :ladv child and serv't, Messrs \lcKpn. L assortment of ,
concludes tuis sa.vagelyIIThi is minutes of me last m etillg were read and zip, McCdll, Danforth: Sanford, Porter, Andrews LAKE ICE COMPANY: has jut receivedper Suspenders; Hosery, &.C., &.c. : dl--:
the end of savage life." Let us see how much approved. and Harrison. late; arrivals, a full supply) of ICE which he For sale by S. B. HAMILTOS7Trnyll S '

nore respect M paid to the'r lr. Farrior as cbainmn of Finaice Committee Per srfcamer Siren-Dr M L Armistead: Messrs, i is prepared to retail at the reduced price of fa: 47 Water, reetNOTICE. ( ; S
successors. acked! further time to report onucsoants referreI ; P C Knin Dickinson. cents per pound. The 'ce Home will be opened -. t
Well, this: i i.* really too bad. I had written : to snid committee.: i i Per ship MurhaVasington.! aile..J for Ne\ P every diy from 7 t* S, :A. M from 12 to 1, .-The undersigned h vE{ thii da '

thtw far uon the| |lucid dea&iption of the hornrs: Mr. Roben*, from th" committee te whom was York-Ir. P Hohart and ahr ec.1,1fr'n., M"srs 11P I and from 5 to G, o'clock, P. M. Person desiring } a partnership under the name and '
-of referred thchun of the city to th? wiwrf property J.tc'tson A Do1e, H II Dl1dge( S M McKxy, W) to purchase will phase notice this nUtion.Q3 style of .'. (
outhern re. "GOLDSTEIN &. CO transaction
-' s ptjlture, when\e dashes in with- at the foot of Mrerfc? reported that |.1e City Attorney A \\VOO'1. E Jones, 1\1 B Aver, R Wheaton: D) Steamboats! at for/the .
the S
of
: Hhippin !, sitjiplied a general Wholesale Grocery and. Com-
hid ben motracted :
amt for Stow
> Indian to commcoce C S Russell.
i.IeJ! whose' tutored mind.X .
tIiod !" clouds, ani: hearthim in the wind." sai.l pros-rty.: \ Per brig Manhattan, sailed for New T nrkHNonre. any hour of the.4ty. J. MOUNT Aent.Apalachicol miss.on Business. ;GOLDSTEIN, '. ", '
At he sees the author Mr. Wood( called! up the' report of the) committee lady chili an I wrv't, JV Coon nnd I ?, May :5, IS Mi myll. _tf JOHN R. BEERS.

:: will! he be of his beilg'"durinz life so to whom w is referred the comrnatication: ofthe heir, Mrs M P Ellis, c'lild and serv'r, Mr; Hale: : lt j1ACKEEL.-t5 bbls and 15 half do No. 1 Cllumbu3April 1,18.14. .ap32mT ;
: found by hm; at dearl Let his bones Tax Assessors, askin? a further compensation: Mrs 'litch'l. Miss L A \ cfc''"Rpv A B lart'Me ? Ly1 by --
borne the and T \\rooS-l. MA Mislerel: ; just received and for sale IME-100 bbls Thom stori Lime.. .
upon the b Jiched the for assessing taxe, Mid report was adopted 'srs J N Camming' W MyersE .,
gale, or upon :; B A P \ilhnms MLar mv4 T. L. MITCHEL. JLj For salebymy4
of allowing each assessor $25. Whitmstrsh: O Richardson, ,
S j f61$ the sea shore. The a hr undoubtedly Mr. Schiffer, seconded by Mr. Roberts, ctlled; ' & SHOE ?.-A prima, assortment of S KnVlBROUGH & RTDGWAY. I ;
*QW intiaatelyaxrquained with than S for the yeas anti l nays, and were : Per schr Swallow, sailed: for New Orleans-Mr. B30f '
! .\. tmetrys, Ba.bcoclVood Clements lad D K Dodge. S aid Shoes suitabU for the Sprm;.trade &. BAGGING.-Northern: Bale'Ropft T
Yeae-Measra. ROPE
: tt"generaIjy! i r of mankind i irigeneil," to quote: Simmons. \ Per brie !Magnolia, sailed S for New \ork-B GRopes for sale by B ELLISON & CO., India: Bagging< for sale by \ S

ungoage. of an author eqifely U"persPiClI t- Nays-Messrs. Roberts and Schifior. and lady. ap13 33 Water t. : ap20, B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water.tt.: .

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t .j {jtS90LUi (;:* OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.- LEGAL NOTICES. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES, INSURANCE AGENCIES. I MANSION HOUSE

4 Li Thee tf ''iership heretofore existing be,1.tJ. _
-- ----- establishment: is still kept .....
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n ine subs fibers is this day dissolved by Apalachieola District of Florida.In NOTICE Six weeks after date I shall apply THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIPFIRE THIS neatest style. No pains nor up the I.

-i co'iic >,<.. The outstanding! business ofZe Superior Court-Franklin Comity.Alphonse Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Jud e of the INSURANCE COMPANY, spared by the proprietor to render all expen !I

: : concern can *lie settled by either of the part- Loubat County Court for the County of Franklin, for Office, No. 07 Wall Street, JV. Y. I able_0 favor him with a call. The vUUIO,

r\ .'twrs, and Wm. i. La.wrence"ill remain until all vs. JN CHANCERY. Letters of Administration on the estate of Amory Insure[ :DwellInghouseVarehouscs and Build- I spreSKvith the very best the market table J j!

J ;. 1 jt. the,aifoin of thr.. ::o-partncrhlp are closed! and: in David D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage. Rogers, deceased}, late of Franklin: County, Fla. jugs: in general, Merchandise, Household II the services.of tins most attentive servants affords tftt?

1 .the meatitimo. M attend to the cutting business. appealing to the Court by allidivit! that! the B. T. CARO. Furniture, Ships building, Ships in Port cured. Feeling grateful for former liberal patrol

:'; 1)1"per,. as indebted will remind them- IT DavilD. Churchill, the above defendant, Amlachicola: March h 23, ISI t. and their Cargoes, and evary description age, the subscriber hopes to merit its continuan ?

f.; ..2.. iselves .. ; 2u ) tj i/ forward and settle as promptly as NOTICE
< M
: o f 1 '
I I out of the.Territory of Florida, but within the Honorable Richard H. Long, Judge ofthe AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.J. Apalachicola, Feb. 1st,_1841. feb5 tf
t
tSve bie liouo ti2ir
S ( : : work.WM. United States It i is ordered, that publication bemlde for SMYTH ROGERS, President.R. .
LAWRENCE : County Court of Jackson County, letters TPALACHICOLA "
C.
?
EXCHANGE
\ : in published m the city of of administration James W. Exum W. MARTIN, Secretary.
some
newspaper the estate ,
on
: r fti :J ir JOHN CAIGH.Vpahehico'i Apalachicola, once a week for four months, rela l; te of said county, deceased. C. C. COBB. RECTORS. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed tW
18.U. 2m Establishment
,I -. ,.April 15, ap2Q quiring! him to appear and answer.the.said bill of Marianna: May 4th, IS-14. mll 6vv J. SMYTH ROGERS, ItOB'T McCOSKRY, above for has been entirely!,,
I .: .'; intSsOl.1"T-N: OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.- complaint on or before the expiration of that JAMES BRYAR, HENRY PARISH, fitted, and is now open the reception cf pcj.

: I I ':; :f' The COItnership heretofore existing under time, or the said bill will be taken 05 confessedagainst N OTICE.-Four weeks after date, I shall apply JAMES:: McBRIDE, REUBEN WITHERS, manent and trancient boardersand the subserve*

,1 :'j; ; .T: the namew. i *t/le of "SHERMAN: & FORD," him, and such further order given in the to the Hon. R. II. Long, Judge of the County JOHN ADAMS J WILLIAM SCOTT, hopes by strict attention to the business of ta

';:1 :, I ; wa. this dY. ...) ,IL wived by mutual consent. premises as to the Court may seem justice. Court of Jackson County, for an allotment: of JOHN. HAGGERTY, F. FUYDAM.G. house to be second to none in rendering his l'IJeatI
C. VERPLANCK
'" : L. SHERMAN, (Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, my dower in the real and personal estate of PETER I. NEVIUS, comfortable.

; I S. R. FORD J. & L. BRANCH, Clerk. Frederick L. Mug, deceased. JOS.JOHN KERNOCIIAX JOHNSTON, RICHARD C. V. S. ROOSEVELT IRVIN, Oysters, Game, &c. served up at all hours,njj
,
i 1'" Apa( t I.:" Feb. 24, ISM. Solicitors fpr Compl'ts. SUSAN A. MING. JOHN I. PALMER, E. D. HURLBUT, in the best st j'le. The Bar attached to the hong,

14 "*,1; ; :{\ Apalachicola. Feb. 2S, 1844. mll-4m Manama, April 25, 1S44. my4 4w P. LORILLARD GEO. P. POLLEN, as usual, is stocked with the best Wines ac r -'\. TIll11 Jt. ned make3 JAMES McCALL Grateful for the liberal patronage hereto
j S Ii: ? : known to his friends "WM. COLGATE, quors.
: ,. Franklin -Four weeks after date, I shall apply
Superior Court. that his
\ 7-1 ,i md tiJc I lat he has purchased the entire NOTICE LOWELLIIOLBROOK. fore received, he hopes friends and the
t Spring Term, 1S44. lion. R. H. Long, Judge of the County The will continue to sustain him.
l' 1/ 21lttr4 ot te partner, and will continue the undersigned have been appointed agentsof public
1' F A. G. Semmes, J Court of Jackson County, for an allotment of
the above issue HEZ
I J. !l.M, n $ wI. :' is own name at the old stand. Company, and are empowered to SMITH.
I 1 ,ir4'; I' 'felth?3 S. R. FORD. vs. > Damages $500-At tatch ment. my dower in the real estate of Lackland M. policies of insurance against loss or damageby Apalachieola. Dec. 18th, 1843. dec8tf f fWarehouse
Eli. Stone, deceased.: HANNAH D. STONE.
is Simpson, ) fire, on as favorable terms as other good offices.
: :t. N..T '.WIC'.i'I :"'le partnership heretofore existing r pJIE defendant and all persons: interested are Mariunna: April 25,1844. my4 4vv NOURSE & STONE, Charges adopted by
..
i'it.1 .. in thii" i' e between the subscribers under J_ notified of the institution of the above suit, Six months after date I will Apalachieola,March 23,1544. 40 Waterst. the Cotton Presses.
{ apply
"i tho firm 01! RESTON & MACLAY," is this"l" and are required to appear and plead as required NOTICE for storage will be received at ft,
Hon. of the County Court for COTTON
day cis&olv:: .' <: mutual consent. by law. A. G. SEMMES. Judge THE jETNA INSURANCE COMPANY of if compressed within one mcttfc

.' ',1;' THOMAS PRESTON, Apalachicola, Jan. IS, 18H. apl2l)3mFraukliii ) Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the Conn.-The undersigned agent for j no charge will be made for storage, but 4 cent

;- J. C. MACLAY. estate: of John Norton, late of said county, decease the said Company, i is prepared to issue policies of per bale will be charged for labor, tiering &c. jj

frr -gAp-abc! ..la. May 8th, 1814. mil lmJ Superior Court. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r. Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on not compressed within one month, 20 cents

The underJ Spring Term, 1844. Apalachicola, April 17, 184 t. a20 ((3m rivers, on favorable terms. The capital of the bale will be charged for storage, and 5 cents pq
I i pg
TVRSHIP: NOTICE.- -
I YPAU Hyllyer Bush & Co. ) above is large and invested in the safest week thereafter. Time from date
computed
\ fhrtiA! liu-e this : entered into business OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall applyto company of
J t d.y N
: vs. > Foreclosure of Mortgage.Wm. possible and'its settlement of losses: has until delivered to
v undsr taa f-rm If" RAIMOND & SCOTT," and the Honorable Judge of the County Courtof manner, receipt lighter or vessel. Col.
; 1Y I of No. 31 H. Shepherd. ) i Jackson, county, for letters dissmission from always been prompt and liberal. ton changing hands will in all cases be liable
may ba foun. .: their place business
Water t"tt */ IVaf: ). II House." THE defendant and .rr. ic
notified of the
institution of the
: t'4. R. E. RAIMOND, above : late of said county, deceased. ApalachicolaApril81844._ _ out for sampling or weighing and re-storig
J suit, and that I will apply to the Judge of the 5 cents bale. Wantages to be $
M. N. SCOTT. FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor. subscriber for the PROTECTION same, per asses*
/\; 23 1814. 2m Superior Court of Frankin County, at the Spring I Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m rrHE agent by the press when the cotton comes in and tli
Hartford
: ApJahicla, April tny4 COMPANY, of ,
l .( term of said Court, 1SH, for a foreclosure of said : I amount assessed endorsed on the face of the
;:OTICE.-Theundersined have this dayformed mortgage. A. G. SEMMES, Pill's Att'y. "VTOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply I Conn., with full power to receive proposals and n..

l I JJ a. irtnership under the name and I Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1814. apl20 ::1m JLN to the Judge of the County Court for Franklin I to issue policies on as favorable terms as other ceipt.All cottons arejequired to have six good

v. t! 7 'r' style s.f "(;{)". 'STEIN & CO." for the transaction county, for letters of dismission: from the administration I good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or sufficient :: Grass,tow, bark or cotton
t 1 Franklin Superior Court. i damage by Fire and also to take Marine and Inland ropts. rojei
t r of a gen" Wholesale Grocery and Com11' of the estate of Martin Snyder, late will be considered unmerchantable and deficiat
Henry D. Darden, } Attachment for $12,000. risks. The of this for
t mission Jasmc .. GOLDSTEIN, of said county deceased. reputation company All deficient will be charged at the rate
p vs. > Damages $25OUO. Dec settling losses with promptitude and liberality is ropes tf
JOHN R. BEERS. 25, 1S43. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r. and all at the
"" Damel McDougald, ) well known. DAN'L J. DAY, 12 i cents per rope, bagging rate rf

t ? : \: Columbus,-/-: ,iril 1, 1S14. up3 2m r PHE defendant and all others interested are N OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall apply Apalachicola, April S, 1314. 25 cents per yard.A. .

: i!. 't', Cab Litet Furniture, J. hereby notified of the institution of the above to the Honorable the Judge of the Court -""-' ... -==!..: .- -_'! ,_J'>oo. -.-- DOWNER, Agent

'l' HOB RT, No. 42 Water street, have suit, and are required to pleid accordi'1! to law. for the county of Franklin, for letters of Dismis Ready Made Clothing !IEi for the Screw Prat.
DETER TV* sion from the estate of Alexander Crook late of WILSON, Hydraulic Prta.
BROCKENBROUGH ,
::! per late arrivals from the orth.r. :I & HAWKINS, MILLER & CO., 45 Water -

I, \. ..tholoUo'irg: .tides of CABINET FUHNIjTUl.E. Att>'s for Pl'ff.!: said county, deceased.S.. 1 N. street, have just received H. G. GUYON,

... which he offers at reduced prices: .. Apalachicola, Nov. 22d, 1813. 1'eblO! 3.n II. HARTSHORNE, late arrivals, a general assortment Florida Lever Prtot.
Pubs, Sideboards and Secretary's. : Nov. 30, 1813. 45 Administrator. per Apalachicola, Dec. 1st, 1843. d7 tf
NEW FASHIONABLE -
of
0" ana
.... ... ... Franklin Superior Court.to --- --- --- -
Beaureaus and Bookcases
.i. jessing ; Apr READY MADE Kates of
months after date I shall Wharlage.
Spring Term, 1814. apply-
')..1 : .oa'.LL'v Rocking Chairs ; Raphael Moses, NOTICE.-ix; of the County Court for Franklin ?& \ IW CLOTHING, consisting of Over' f following are the Rates of Wharfage

I .:;.. (*,lt dfCaie: Back and Seat; ,.,:s. ATTACH\IEXT $302 20. county, for letters of Dismission from the '. Coats-Sacks--Surtouts--Pants TilE Cotton, Merchandise, &c. landed or ship

I(I I.. Boston do of various sizes; \ViJIiam Till y. $ Damages :$500.; administration of the estate of Robert Robinson, Vest, &c., &c., ?s follows: ped from the Wharf this Port : ...

{ Mahogany and Curl'd Maple Chairs; --i _:- Cloth, Beaver, Flushing and On Cotton bale landed ..
defendant: and all others: interested, will late of said county, deceased.H. : per 6J cents.
Fancy &, Windsor do of various THE
I patterns
; : ; e take notice of the institution of this B. STONE, Adm'r.Apalachieola -- -- Satinet Over Coats; I On shipped..6On | "

,/ La.diV Glass Tables Plates; Looking Glasses; suit by attachment, and appear and plead to the Dae. 4, 1813. Gm Plain black, blue, brown and invisible green J Gocds per barrel, landed, (estimating -

; ; Liking ; same according to law. R. J. MOSE Frock and Dress Coats; five cubic feet or 200( 1!>3.
tf Willo-v Travelling Baskets, all sizes; Six mo tM! after date I shall apply Cloth cassimere and
Sack Coats
S. & 7 Apalachicola, Jan. 3 Jth, 18 1 I. f. 'M) ''mIn NOTICE flushing ; nett, equal to a barrel.3 **
4 Willow Cradles and Wagons. jan29 Jud. e of the County Courtof Cloth, cassimere and sattinet Pants of different On Gocds, per barrel: shipped, .3 "

r 'k1 G. PORTER & CO., o.Ttr fur sale a large Jackson Superior Courts Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from colors and patterns; ', Salt, per sack, landed.3 "

WM. well selected stock of DRY GOODS, To the Spring Term, IS.11. the estate: of Willis Yon, deceased.A. :; Plain and figured silk, satin, Valencia and cassi- shipped..3 "

; A consisting ofCloths:- James Boon, ) G. SMITH, Administrator. mere vests; Wood, per cord . . .. .2-> "

Cassimeres,and Kerseys; vs. [ LIBEL FOR DIVORCE. Apalachicola: Nov 11, IS43. nil Gm White muslin and linen Shirts: Lumber, per M feet. . .. .50 cc

: Sattmets, Flannels and Blankets; Piety Boon. ) .-All persons indebted to the estate Colored do do do' Bricks, per 1\1. .. . .. 50 I 11
t' \ FojeijiQ and Domestic Prints; THE defendant in said case, will take notice NOTICE:' BEADLE, deceased, are requested : Red and white flannel Shirts: and Draws; Shingles, per M. . . .12| "

i-, Brown Drillings and Irish Linens; we shall proceed to take the testimony I to make immediate payment to the subscriber Striped shirts} : ; Negro Pants; Sacks fir meal, corn, Outs, or
I ;t;, of Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, William Gay, William: I Socks and Mittens; Boots and Shoes
*' Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ; ; and all persons having demand against ; other merchandise, containing
t. k'I'''!' .i I L_, "I"' Shirtings: ; Proctor and James Barnes: E: +, on Monday the i i said estate will present them duly authenticated Hats, Caps, &c., &c. jan29 not more than three bushels.-. .2 .
sixth of
; day May next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., ai
CStton OWburgs L within the time law this notice All lumber salt
.. ; prescribed by or Thomas : or merchandise, shipped aboard
the store of Battle & Brothers Mount E. Gray,
I I ii I! Ind every other article in their line adapted North Carolina, by Rocky filed with, will be plead in bar of their recovery. HAVING vessels or steam-boats, frcm other vessel,
opened Tailf'rin
interrogatories now a
J Ii t. 'I o.,the country trade. dec: 1 yBOOTS the Clerk"of said Court. JAMES: GIBSON, Administrator. Q-; Establishment!in the reom lately steamboats or rails, lying at the wharf, will k
**"
r
: Apalachicola, April 17, IS H. ap202m charged ne \\harJage'onfy.
SHOE3. A of YONGE & TAYLOR occuPied by D. H. I'ullais L-
i If ,' & prim assortment :+ Whari'.ige:
t on cotton, other merchandise Urf-
: i and Shoes suitable (for the Spring trade Solicitors for Complainant. NTOTICE.-\ll, persons having claims against watch-maker, directly over Mr. eel he or
4j t i for sale by B ELLISON & CO., Marianni: April 2d, IS U. anO! lm J. the estate of Mrs. MARY A. SCOTT, deceased .. \ F. Knpman's store, where he is to paid by the consignee; and when sapped
the
; by party taking the bill cf .
( I 'f ap13 33 Water st. will please present them within the time t. prepared to execute all order in Lading.All
( I Territory of Florida.JACKSON EG ds and merchandise not enumerted
I \j
prescribed by law, or this notice will bB plead a workmanlike: manner, ard trusts
1 1 :r1iTLT32310Z of fine Summer Hat COUNTY. 1 1 above will be charged at corresponding rates.
I ; Q i in bar of their recovery; and all those indebted to give general satisfaction: to
,, (,'J' I O just receTed and for sale by In Richard Wilson, Evqr.'s Justice's Court.M. will please call and settle the same. .T-\ those who may favor him with Vessels, lijrl.ters and steamboats: lying a'ti:

i: feb9_S DILL & CO., 29'Watcr! st. L. Cavert, ) ATTACHMENT: for $31 20 E J \VODD, Administrator. ,__.: their patronage. Wharf, and not receiving or discharging cJSft

: N CONSIGNMENT-! hhds CROCKERY- vs.: > Returnable to March Term, Apalachicola, April 10, 1S41. ap132m March 23, 18 U. will be required to pay for the use of the berti t'tie
/ () Henry B. Cooper. ) 1844. sum of two dollars and filty cents per day, and to
t Ware, nsorted, for country trade; defendant and all others interested are NOTICE-All persons indebted to the estate Boot and Shoe Making:. give \\ay to vessels or boats landing or dischapuj.

*.} Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left- THE notified of the institution of the above J. FLOYD, deceased, are requested THOMAS CLARK having removed The following Article of the Regulationsof

L ,* xtiib, Va., some superior cross brand; suit by attachment, and required to appear and I to make immediate payment to the un.. 4' to the Store formerly occupied !by: Joseph Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce, vill be
.
-i .4. )ry Goodi, Hardware and Cuttlery; plead to the same as the law directs. dersigned, or her agent D. G. Raney, Esq., and .. Schrodt, respectfully informs: the strictly adhered to:-

Hollow and Tin Ware ; M. L. CAVERT, Plaintiff. all persons having claims or demands against __ citizens of Apalachicola, and the up- Consignees; of cotton shall be allowid tbree!
Hats Boots and Shoes
4 Saddlery, ALSO kc. Marianna, Feb. 20, IS 14. m23 said estate, will present them duly authenticate country that he will attend to the above business days for their cotton to remain on the whrf, and

Sar Cotlea and within the time prescribed by law or this notice in all its branches. French calf skin Boots made purchasers two days, without incurriig extra
Canal Flour
t ; Territory of Florida. will be bar.SARAH. to order. He has
OW Sherrv Wine in plead in also on hand a supply French wharfage. If after notification by the wrarfiwa,

1, All cf which will, be cases ; JACKSON: COUNTY.In M. FLOYD, Executrix. Gaiter Boots and Shoes, new and fashionable they allow it to remain a longer"time, they shall
sold for
low cash.
1. 4 very Richard Wilson, Esqr's Justice Court. Apalachicola, March 11th, 1844. mil 2m style, which will be sold as low for cash as in any incur an extra wharfage of 6j cents bale,for
DAVID per
G. RANEY
j.n29 43 Water street., Horace Ely, j)) Attachment for $38 06. OTICE.-AlI claims house in the city. oct. 28. every twenty-four hours that it remain thereatter.
vs. > Returnable to February term, persons having against Wood and lunber shall alcwed to
not be
Henry Cooper. 18!1.THE Thomas Williams[ late of Jackson county, L. A. LeGay, remain
) than
more
EL-ISDN1. incurring
: & CO. offer for sale twenty-four hours
an extensive IS I- deceased AT THE "
defendant and all others interested are required to pfcsent the same duly ( OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE
are ,) an extra
for hoan
wharfage
assortment of Merchandize, suitable for twenty-four
authenticated within
the
time lawor
notified of the institution of the above prescribed by COLUMBtTS, GEORGIA. thereafter."
;Hie :
;.. Spring trade, consisTing of this notice will be plead in bar of their ,.- TAKES
re-
suit attachment this method
by and to andplead of informing .
All
Groceries required bills will be
: appear
( ; Dry Good Boots and Shoes presented for collec
monthly
*- ; ; the covery. All persons indebted to said estate are % ?< the !
Bonnets and Palm to same as the law directs. ;:. public, that he has just tlon-
Leaf Hats Fancy Goods __ NOURSE & STONE.
;
; requested to make immediate settlement. .4iM
returned
; from
\ Crockery and Glassware Hardware HORACE ELY, Plaintiff. New York, with a Apohchicola, Dec. 4, 1543. tf
4; V/o1\vAr: Brushes ; ; Marianna: January :lOtl1<> 1814. 4f feb'i.1mm : THOS. WHITE, Administrator. new and splendid assortment of __h_
&cc.. mar30 Marianna, Jan. 19th, 1S41. jan22 Gm .1 RT P 1., W V .
&. .& Ilnlu..fIliL ..4...IIn. _.. .. I'ft
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---7 m "'* W '-IV.'
F ASHLONABLE SPRING AND SUMMER] Franklin Superior>> Court. L. W. Spratf, Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a TJTAVE: on hand aid for sale:
CLOTHING.-Just received William Lawrence, Compl't,) Bill for Divorce new pattern of beautiful -L-L
1: per ship Mari- ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Breastpins-amone them Sheet and bar Iron ; Blacksmith's Tools! ;
anaa and bug Timoleon, a fashionable assortmentof vs. > December Term, some DIAMONDS of the first water German
Gold
Elizabeth( Lawience Deft. \XTILL for the future reside in this city. All and English KlUter and Cast steel;
Spring end! Sumner Goods ) 1843.: V\ Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Cauldron
of- Pencils Keitles
consisting the who have:: committed legal business to his Gold from 20 to 120 galls
I Drop fttc Frock atd Dress coats ; CAME to complainant the i-ntitfaction; by of counsel th2 Court, and that it the ap- care while a resident i of Quincy, will)[ please ad- and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob Hollow Ware, wholesale and retail;

fr Black and blue Orleat* Cloth do. .defen pearmij,lOt resides beyond the limits of the Territory dress him at this place. lie will continue a regular Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Mi.ule Wrought and Cut Spikes; Nails;

; II Thibet CUh do. of Florida. Therefore it is considered by the attendance upon the courts of Jackson and Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell Brass Andirors ; Fire Irons;
c dr. Gatabroon Sack Coats; Court; that the defendant do here on or be- Gadsdens! counties, and the Court of Appeals at low for cash. Platform Scales, Beams and Ballances;

Summer Tweed, Frock &, tress coats fore the expiration of three calendar appear month from the Tallahassee. FULL JKWELED GOLD WATCHES lm Ware of all kinds, wholefale fc retail.Also .
AS
Do ln Sacks; ; date hereof, and answer the complainant's bill of Office over \V. A. Wood',No. 23 Water street. SEVENTY CHEAP AS a general assortment of Hardware.

.l; Kentucky Jean do. do. complaint or the same will he taken pro conf .o. Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844._ All kinds Watches and DOLLARS.Clocks for They fron are also: prepared to attend to any order*
Jrap cTcic Pants Cassi And it is further ordered that a of this order repaired, and or Brass Costings, Blacksmithing, Tffl,
f .n ; Fancy ere do. copy James F. Farrior, warranted to perform w..-ll. Copper& or Sheet.Iron work, or Tin and Copper
be
in the
L Plain :and figured gambroon Pants; published' Commercial Advertiser for PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC N. B. Persons in Ijor-ring
three months consecutively.Copy. residing Apalachicola, or on reasonable! terms. jan ly_
: .ummer Tv/eed do: Stackapm do. Apalachicola, Fla. along the river, wishing their Watches
( ) Teste, GEO. F. BALTZELL or other
Crape and twilled Cottonade do. be found at the office Jewelry Spring & Summer Goods.T .
of
MosEs, Solicitor. Clerk. May always Farrior & repaired, having an opportunity to send
( Grandaville Pants; Co. No. 44 Water st. He would respectfully solicit them by trustworthy hands, during the STEVENSON &, CO., have just receledper

Plain and Cg'd satin Vests; Fig'd Silk do. I AT CHAMBERS, April! 13th, IS.14. the patronage of his friends and acquain- season, can have them repaired by Mr. boating LeGav late arrivals and ofter for sale on pleasing
I.. Plain and fig'd Marsailles do. I Court and terms, a handsome assortment of
Superior for the County of Cal- tances. dec25Wm. : returned with nearly the same despatch
1 Also, a seneraassortment of Handkerchiefs, THE fixed by law to be held on the fourth though his establishment were in Apalachicola.as SUMMER GOODS, consisting in part ofFine

: Sospenderi: Hose'ry, &c., &.c. Monday of this month i is hereby adjourned: to the Sydney Green, M. D. Columbus, Ga., Oct.'1[), 1943. black Cashmerett ;
I For salt by S. B. HAMILTON, t,ird Wednesday of !May next. D :". GREEN takes this opportunity of expres- 40 tf Ribbed fancy and Plain Ganbroons;

I royll 47 Water street. SAM'L.. CARMACK, Judge sn.f his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure GOSHEN CHEESE-A frpsh lot just received Super\ hite Drillings and fancy French C3JII'lEers

!apo' 6t. of the District of Aoabchicola.. them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren- sale by B. ELLISON & Co. ; Brown and rass col'd Linens ;
: der himself in I
useful his
SADDLERYReceivecl by late arrivals frc more profession. aplG 33 Water st. Washington and .Ripka stripes, for boys cloth's
j TWHICT Officst on Centre, near Water stree t.dec25: I
ment of Saddlery; OF APALACHICOLA Fla.- Fine and
l. .-WOO ft common, bushed and medium painted Lawns;
l.l l 4 consisting of JL Spri.g. and Fall Term of the Superior PALM LEAF HATS & SUMMER BONNETS BLOCKS sizes, for sale by plan! I Mexican mixtures and Iowa cloth, a new V
Ladies' awl Gentlemen Saddles an act of the late Council the terms A fresh tide Extra
r : of lidl.ou- supply just received and for sale by feb26 W WOOD, 23 Wafer st. ; superfine Balzarines
.. Coach Harnesses, are appointed as followsSpring :- ap3: B. ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st. Medium do.; Gingham:; do., a new article;
t : Buesy lern.Washington County, fourth '>000'- ofFor wrought Spikes< assort d--: Linen Checks and Satteen, suitable for Sacks r
Double Monday in Mare AMAGED GOODS.-Goods slightly ,..., sale
Wagon Harnesses Calhoun; fourth damaged: by
I. ; in April ; Fancy Prints variety pint*
... Colors;!; an 1 Hanes, Franklin, first In N 4y; Jackson third in May. JL/ by removal on the night of the late fire, for 3)16.1t( ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO. and purple colors, comprising a great

'. Brioi and Bridle Bitts lall ferm.Wastflgton sale by B ELLISON & CO., ;
s : County, second Mon- lot of Erkston
; Martii'jalus, Circinglea and Girts, day Franklin in November, first ; Jacrson third in November; apl3 _33 Water st & AXES.fresh for sale heavy byapI3jELLISON&CO33 Kentucky Axes, Fine hemstitched Ginghams linen, light cambrickHandkfs colors: ; ;..

6tinuj! n 1d Stirrup Leathers, in December Calhoun, third in "
; Do. for
: December. CHEESE SAFES.-Assorted sizes. Water st. with col'd borders, gents;
t Carpet t s cf varIOUS kinds.
h by B ELLISON &. CO. Black and white Silk Hose
( ARS.-2000 feet ;
I Alto Calf Skins assorted sizes.
a 'IV and white and red Li in. i'.ROBEART.MYE7S. U.S. Marshal. ay O Fine white do.
Skin Jl A April : ______33 Water street. For sale by \y and col'd Cotton
',! tug cf which will be sold low for Cash, 1tJ"'t.: ap-20 lm A WOOD, Gents fine white Kid Gloves;
IW \ by PETER HOBART. IRON.-Assorted sizes, just feb26 23 Water
SWEDES received st. Ladies
I QOAP-10 bxs No. 1 Boston'jj0 do; Cord do;
r bar Soap. sale by B ELLISON & CO.
I'l- O u mRUNKS.-Iron Bound Fancy Sattin Ribbonf;
10 boxes N York'c Leather and Hair gause Handkfe) ;
ap27 33
t Ii ATTITG FOR SUMMER CARPETS-A 5 uVin hester\ Water street. Ji Tunks, for sale low by Russia Diaper fand Huckaback; Fans;

1 Vol print assortment just received.Foral 10 u Kimball's superior Shav i best, and fal'lJily.Toilet WINDOW SHADES-A fresh assortment of feb2 N MILLER, 45 Water st.PILOT'ANU Linen Sheetir/s; 8-4 musqueto netting r .

by B ELLISON & CO., Soap. patterns, just received, and for NAVY A good assor ent of Swiss mull, jackonelt .

1 '*F27. 33 Water street.. 20 bbls Soap, the best and cheapest Ur wash sale by B. ELLISON & Co. for sale BREAD.by 50 bbls Pilot plaid Muslins,>.V.,., ,*/". ap 3.1

) ;T* IMi;-100 ing and stowing cotton. apl 33 Water st. _! 5 W A WOOD 23 ORDAGF AKtJiI.75 .- .
I I t bbls Thomaston Lime. Just received and for sale low Water st. C \ssq 1<
by &, BAGGING. coil of 'd.
JLJ itrsalcby -Northern Bale llanilla Cordage,
ROPE HHDS
Rope New
ray4 : KlMBROt'GU. & RIDG\V A Y. marll S. DILL &, CO. India Bagging, for sale by 30 sale by Bacon B. just received, and for 25 bafes, Oaki\m, for sale by
29 Water ELLISON
\. st. ap20 ,B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st. aP16 & Co. ODGE & G ,

S ( .. 0 ,. 33 Water st. apl6 40 "Iter melt"

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