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VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1844. [NUMBER 28.


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WIM. G. Porter & Cot
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
nbv25 ly 1palachicola, Fla.
McKay t Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
hb'l Apalachicola, Florida.
lJcEREMIAi DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
b Day Oz Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
jah8 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Columbifs Block.
Apalachicola.
Liberal 'advances made oh Cotton shipped to
Liverpool, New York and Boston, and Also in
store, nov1 ly
D. B. Wood 1 Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 29 Water street. .
jail Apalachicola, Fla.


Harper & Hi1mes,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,
jah59 Apalachicold, Fla.:
David G. Rahey,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street. i
jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.


B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
rdecl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
E. R. FLEWELLEN. M.. M. BUTT.
Flewellen & Butt,
FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No..2 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola, Fla.
Liberal advance" made on Cotton shipped
tb New York, Liverpool or Havre., d25 6m


CARDS.

NYK,N. NORLEANS, COLUMBUS, &c.&c.
t-:
No. 1386 Water 84 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.


I. H. & C. H. Atistii, ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS',
No. 50 Water street,
Apalachicola.
Liberal advance's made on Cotton shipped to
New York. novel ly
Thog, L. Mitchel,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANT.
No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola.
dec7 ly '


Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANTT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
t .NoX. 22'68 Bowery, near Rivington st.
- ', NEW YORK. novel ly
: : Andrew S. Cooke,
'COMMISSION MERRCHANT,
No. 5 Caual, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
S.~New Orleans, La.
.Refers tbo--Mers Harper & Holmes,
ijanr5 tlhov Apalachicola, Fla.
''HEPARbT. LIPPIiOTT, ) WM. H. WYATT.
Lippinatft & Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 NewtLeveeind 4 Tchoupitouras st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly
M. W.Woolanid & Co.
C 0 M MIS SI 0 MERCHANTS,
N6. 18 Comierce treet,
SNew Orleas La. novl ly
jkhomas Be" Hau,
'CO M Il SS IO N M 1kCHANT,
; ~ No. 54 Comrao redt.
NEW ORMw oL nov1 ly
BLUE STORES"-TRI.ANGLE BUILDINGS.
Boyle & BAtmn' ,
SHIP C HANDLE R'S & GROCERS,
Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street corner of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natchez stt et,
N. ORLEANS.
(4- WHOLESALE AND RETAI EAL-
S:ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Tuitntine and-
S Window Glass, &c. Will keep cotitantly on
S'hand, a good assortment, of the above ab followa:
WHITE LEAD-Pure trakm Nos. 1 ad 2;
S White and Red Lead, dry; Venetifi Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory taci;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Blackt
Green and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orange do;
FINE COLORS:-Ultamarine and Cobalt;
S Lallow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indiahi Red; i
Chinese Vermillion; English do; -
Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre; ; ,
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
'OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
;Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8; Badger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 11 and 1 j in long
S Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do;
Whitewash and Mop do;
Dusting, Fancy and Shaving brushes;
Clothes and Hair do; Grate and Horse do;
SFancy Feater Dusters;,
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic,,for Pictures, &c.
WINDQOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of
French, English and American.
03- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats,
Shipping and Plantition use; together with a
viety of articles ia the Painting line, too nui-
Seis to fintaion. mnyll iy


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


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


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Farrior & Co.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING


$S. B. lamilton,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
dec1 ly dpalachicola, Fla.
N. Miller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Coiner Witekr and Chesnut streets,
Apaiachicola. novel ly '
'H. At W 66^,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apatachicola, Fla.
P. lObart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE,
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street,
fec14 ly Apalachicola.


H. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 31 Water-street,
miarl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER.
Seward Dill & Co.
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
Cr$- Liberal advances made on all consignments,
and business entrusted to therm will be
promptly attended to
Refers to-LANE & READ, Boston.
CARY COOK, Portland, Me.
S. C. WHITTITR, Hallowell.
Apalachicola, Aug. 26. ly


east, where the tdon of Cdiumbus is' poxW situa-
ted, ant- 'they are further authorized to'connect
said bridge with that point of Hamilton 'county,
which projects out between the two riveri,'if they
think krop6r, and'they shall, be allowed to charge
such rates 6f toll a's may be'from time toltiie es-
tablishbd by the county court of Columbia county.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That AIll the
rights 4hh privileges, profits and emoluments of
said Bridge, be, and they are hereby vested in
'the said Joseph B. Watts, Francis Jones, 'David
Platt, Enoch Hall, A. Vann, and Loud and Sadler,
or as many of them as shall'form said COmpany,
their heirs,'executors, administrators and assigns,
for the teath of ten years from and after 'the pas-
sage of this act, provided they shall keep said
Bridge in proper repair so as a 'loaded wagon and
team can at all times pass without danger.
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That the privileges
Snow granted to David Platt by 'charter for T.rri-
tory, approved Feb. 8th, 1839, be continued until
said Bridge shall be completed, and should the
Bridge after its erection be destroyed by freshets
or any other way, the privileges granted in 'aid
charter shall be again revived.
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That it shall be
unlawful for any person to establish and keep a
ferry or Toll Bridge within two miles of said
bridge, unless the same be toll free, and fdr his,
her or their own individual use.
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That this act
shall at all times be subject to be amended 'or re-
pealed by any future Legislatdre of Florida.
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That if the
work of building the said bridge as described and
allowed by the provisions of this act shall not be
commenced within six months and completed
within two years from and after the passage and
approval of this act, then, and in that case, all
the rights granted in this charter, shall be forfei-
ted : And Provided further, That said bridge shall
be so constructed as not to obstruct the navigation
of the said river above said Bridge.
Approved, 15th March, 1844.

No. 84.
AN ACT for the relief of Buckingham 3mith.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and
'Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That the auditor of the Territory be, and he is
hereby directed to issue a certificate to Bucking-
ham Smith for the sum of one hundredand thir-
ty-three 33-100, dollars, that being the amount
due said Smith for two months services as private
secretary to Governor Reid, beginning on the 15th
December, 1839, and ending op the 15th February
1840, and that the Treasurer of the Territory be
requested to pay the same.
Approved 15th March, 1844.


RESOLUTIONS'.
Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREAs, the Bay of St. Joseph, Florida, is
'without the presence of an officer either of the
customs dor the revenue, and whereas, its ready
accessibility to vessels, the facility for landing
goods, and the ease and celerity with which they
can be transported by a good wagon road, less
than seven miles in length, to the navigable wa-
ters of the Apalachicola River, must in a short
time, bring about evasions of the Revenue preju-
dicial alike to the Government, and fair dealer.
Be it therefore Resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is here-
by requested to use his best exertions, to procure
the passage of a law, establishing St. Joseph into
a surveyors district.
Be it further Resloved, That a copy of the fore-
going preamble and resolution be duly authenti-
cated, and forwarded to the Hon. David Levy,
our delegate in Congress.
Approved 5th February, 1844.

Preamble and Resolution.
WHEREAS, The Country in the neighborhood
of Lake Worth, Indian River and New Smyrna, on
the Southern coast of Florida, and Enterprize on
the St. John's River has greatly increased in po-
pblation: And Whereas the establishment of a
mail route from the City of St. Augustine to some
point on Indian River, via. New Smyrna and
Enterprize, would afford many facilities to numdr-
ous citizens in that section of the Country: And
whereas, the nearest Post Office to the settlers at
either of these points, is at St. Augustine, a dis-
tance varying from sixty-five to two hundred
miles, to these citizens a matter of great incon-
venience.
Be it therefore Resolved by the *Governor and
Legislative Council of Florida, That our delegate
in Congress, be and he is hereby, requested to use
his 'best exertions to procure the establishment of
a mail route, from the city of St. Augustine to
some point on Indian River', via. Mr. A Duponfst
'residence on the western bank of Matanzas River,
New Smyrna and Enterprize: also form Enter-
prize to.Tampa Bay..
Be it further 'Resol'ved, That a copyr of the
fdregoing preamb e and resolutions be duly au-
thenticated and forWarded to the Hon. David Levy
ou'r Delegate in Congress, also to the Post Master
Ge-neral.


Approved 15th February, 1844.

Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREASi', the great extent of the public roads
in Nassau county, and the lowness of the country
through which they run'requires an amount of la-
bor to keep them even in a passable condition,
wholly beyond the power of the limited popula-
tion of said county: And whereas the said county
is greatly divided by numerous creeks and swamps,
which are impassable without bridges, maby por-
tions of the year. And whereas the building and
. keeping in repair of said Bridges, is a severe and
burdensome tax uipon thecitizenes of said county.
Be it therefore Resolved by the Governdr and
Legislative Couicil of the Territory of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress, be, and he is
hereby requested to use his best exertionsg ao ob-
tain an appYopriation by Congress, of th ie su'i,0
Five ThousiAnd Dollars, to be expended uendirthe
direction of the Commissioners of, ioad DisriActs
in sid, county. ".
B, it fu6fthei resolved, Thatla toy of fie 'fore-
going preamble and riesolutiond be signed iWy the
proper officers, and transmitted to the Honorable
David Le'vy, our Delegate in Congress. .,
Approved 5th February 1844.


BY AUTHORITY3 .


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Preamble and Resolutions. ,
WHEREAs, a large number of emigrants hav
located themselves on Lake Worth, Jupiter Nar-
rows, and Indian River, on the Soithern coast of
6f Florida; And whereas, great embarrassments,
are encountered by those emigrants, in the want,
of k safe communication to remove their goods
anid chattels from their former homes; the naviga.
tion of the'codast of Florida, generally being con-
sidered flangerdiis. Arid whereas, the encourage ,
ing the settlement 6fthat portion ofthe Territory
bordering on the Atlantic'is of vast importance to
the General Goverrnment, ini a humane, as well as
military point of view: And whereas, with the as-
sistai'ee of the Government, an inland water eomA
muriicatin can be opened from the'city 6F St.
Atugistine to Cape Florida, by a few 'aile's Of
canaling, 'which in timie of war would be 'i nvalu-
able for the purpose of transporting troops and
munitions of war, to various points on thfe expos'-
ed frontier 6f Florida, and in the meanwhile af-
ford to the emigrants evey facihty for settling.
Be it therefoe Resolved %y the Governor ani
Legislative Couincil of the Territory of Florida',
That our Delegate in Congiess be, and he s
hereby requested, to lay the's subjectin its proper
ligrit, before Congress, and iurge pon Congress
the propriety of appropriating inmediateyk a
sufficient sul for cutting a canal .between the
he(d waters of M1tanzas river 'and inith's creek*
a Distance estimated at 'about'ten miles,' apd te,
twjeen tie head wafers'f,:Mosqifto Sdo'tithLagon
ana inAdian river, a distance of seven hundred and
twenty-five yards, also letweqq the South .Prong
of Jupiter river and Lake Worth, a distance of
abdiot one mile.. ,
Beit further resolved, Tht.a copy of the fore
goihg preamble and resplitions. i be duly authen-
ticated afrid fiwarded 'to 'the .Hionorable David
Levy, and by him to be laid before,.Congress..
Approved ,15th February, 1844.
Repo6 t and solutions of thp Committee on the
State of the territory.
Thi Committee on the State of the Territory,
to which was referred, the communication of th"
Governor, of Florida, in 'relatii t9he Report of
the Commissioners appointed hfdr. he Western
District of Florida, under the frovisip 9f an act,
entitled An Act concerning idian'depredations
and for other purposes," approved $4th Febriuary,
1841, beg leave to report the following Resolu.-
tions :- ,
Resolved by the Governor .rid Legislaeiv Counn
cil of the Territory of Florida, That the said re-
port be published, and copies sent to odr Delegate
in Congress and the Secratary of the Treasury
and the original ppers be placed in the office of
the Secretary of the Territory foreafe keeping.
Resolved, further, That the Delegate be reques-
ted to urge earnestly on Congress the, necessity of
the passage of a law to allow compensation frthe
losses contained in thereportof the commissioners
on Indiapn depredations, and to procure, if practi.
cable, t-e passage of such a law.
[Approved 15th March, 1844.
Preamble and resolution: *,
Whereas', John A. Edwards, on the fourth day'
of March, in the year of our Lord, eighteen
hundred and forty, appeared before lyilliam Budd
a Justice of the Peace, in- and for the county qf
Jefferson, and acknowledged h Nmself indebted to
the Governor of the Territory of Florida, and his
successors in office, in lthe sum of one hun-
dred dollars to be levied ofhis goods and phattlesu
lands and tenements,for the use,of the Territory ;
yet, upon this condition, that if pn p Jesse B
Holloman should perisonally app ar, 64 thp fir"t
day of the next terin to answers of a certain as.
sault and battery, whereof he, the sai"l Jesse
Holloman, stood 7 used, and shouldd not ,depart
without leave:arid whereas'. the said Jesse B.
Holloman failed to make his .personal appearance
before the Judge of the Suiperior 'bourt at the
time and place aforesaid, because of his inability
so to do, min conequence pof his necessary absence
as an officer in Captain Arthur Birrney's company
of Florida Militia. is recognizance estreatpd,
thatothis sureties, and the said Jon A. Edwards
had execution issued against hi% fob judgement
and dot in said case, fo r one hundred dollars,
which 6ald sum, the said John A. 'Edwards Raid
to the Marshal of the Middle District of Florida,
on the ?e~venteenth day of March', eighteen hun'
dred and forty-two, all of which siam was a'totai
loss to the said John A. Edwards: Therefore,
BH it resolved by the Govenor and Legislative
Catm cil 6f the Terrifory of Florida, That .,thle
Treasurer of the Territory of" Florida, be and he l ,
is hereby inquired to refund arid pay over to the
said 'John A. Edwards the suim of one hundred
dollars, th'b amount so paid by the said John A.
Edward. ., *
(Approved, 15th March, 1844.
Preamble aria resolution in relation to Indian de-
predations in Washington CoE, West Florida.
The committee on 'the State of the, Territory
having considered the Preamble and Resolutions
referred to ,them, instructing the committee to
enquire rto the recent depredations arid massacres,
committed by the Indians in Washington county,
West Florida, and report what means should be
adopted to afford protection,'" ask leave to report
the following Preamble and Resolution ;--


Whereas, There are no adequate means, for the
removal of the Indians, in the power of the
Territory, and the attempt to do so by force
(grantinIg we had the power) might embarrass
the action :ofthe General Government, by produce-
ing a conflict and confusion in their management
of the In*dians, which is to be avoided if possible;
Therefore
Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative
Council of the Territory of Florida, That the at-
tentiqn of His Excellency the Governor, is hereby
called to this subject, and that he is requested td
communicate with Congress, the Secretary of
War, and the General Commanding in Florida
presenting a statement of the depredations, and
massacres, committed by the predatory band of
Indians infesting our settlements, and requesting
action to be had in reference thereto -sulh as
the: appointmentt of suitable agents, to negotiate
i, th hem, or the employment of such force for
their removal, as may be adequate to that end.
[Approved, 15th March, 1844.
Liberty.-Liberty is, to the. collective body.
what health is to every individual body. Without
health, no pleasure can be tested by man; without'
liberty, rid happiness can be enjoyed by society-
[Bultuer:


LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF
FLORIDA.
PASSED AT 'THE TWENTY-SECOND SESSION OF THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, 1844.

No. 80.
AN ACT relative to Roads and Highways in,
Nassau county.
Section '1. Be it enacted by the governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That from and after the passage of this act, the
inhabitants of Nassau county, who by law are
made liable to road labor, shall in no case be re-
quired to perform said labor out 6f 'their respec-
tive road districts, or be called more than fifteen
miles froth their place of residence.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, Thiat'the inhabi-.
tants of Amelia Island, liable as aforesaid, be and
they are hereby authorized to preform one half of
such road labor, as by law may be 'required of
them, in working the roads obh said Island.
Sec. 3. Be it Wither enacted, That every per-
son othlr than an 6Overseer 6f any 'road district,
may commute the whole, of any part of his road
labdr by paying to 'the overseer of his division,
within three days after he shall be named to ap-
pear and work on the road, at the'rateof fifty cents
for each day's labor he may be liable for.
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That all forfei-
tures incurred by the delinquency of any person
subject to road duty, and all cotrhmutotion moriey
collected, shall be laid out, and expended in
hiring hands to work on the roads in the district ihfi
which such money, shall be'recovered, or 'ih
otherwise repairing and improving the same under
the direction of the commissioner'bf said district.
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That if any per-
son liable to work upon roads shall fail to per-
form such labor, or neglect to pay the commuta-
tion money within the three days above specified:
he shall be liable to the penalties and forfeitures
provided by thelaw in force at the passage of'
this act.
Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, Thadt the over-
seers of the several divisions of the districts shall
account to the commissioners of said district for
all monies by them received under the provisions
of this act, at the firlt meeting of said commis-
sioners after the money shall have been paid to
said overseers.
Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That whenever
any hands shall be suiimoned to appear and work
on the roads, at any place specified thereon, and
the said persons or hands so summoned, shall find
no overseer to superintend the working of said
roads, then, in that case, the said hands, after aa
reasonable delay to ascerTain if said overseer will
attend shall be allowvdd to return hoeme and be
discharged from ahy'ftirther road duty for the
teffi specified in said thmmons.
Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, Thkt whenever
any overseer shall fail or fieglect to attend in per:-
sort,'or by agent, atthe time and place specified
for the assembling of hanids for road d hty, he shall
forfeit and pay to the commissioners of his dis-
trict',fifty cents per day for each, and every day's
labor lost to said district in consequence of such
non-aftendance, Which money shall be expended as
provided in section fourth of this act.
Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That nothing
herein, shall be construed to exempt any overseer,
commissioner, or other officer from any penalty or
forfeiture provided by the road laws now in force
in this Territory, for neglect of duty, or malprac-
tice in office.
Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That all penal-
ties, and forfeitures incurred under the road laws,
may be recovered before any Justice of the Peace
in said county in the name of the commissioners
for the district in which the cause of such penalty
or forfeiture shall arise.
Sec. 11. Be it further enacted', That so much of
the law now in force in this Territory, in relation
'to Roads, Highways and Ferriei as conflict with
this act, shall be inoperative within the limits of
Nassau dounty.
Approved 14th March, 1844.
No. 8t.
AN ACT to at horize 7the cl4 of St. John's
county to refund certain Taxes "by him collec-
ted under a law entitled an act to suspend the
operation of the revenue l-aws for the year 1840,
and to provide for the settlement of all arrears
due to, and from the Territory 6f Florida, ap.
proved 2d of March, 1840..
* Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory'of Florida,
That the Clerk of St. John's county, be, and he is
hereby required and directed to refund so much
of the Tax by him collected under the above re-
cited act, as remains unexpended in his hands, to
the persons from whom the same may have been
collected.
Approved 15th March, i844.
,'. No. 82.
AN ACT t6 divorce Frances Dummett.
WHEREAS, it has been stated to this Legisla-
tive Courticil, that Duglas Dummett, of St. John's'
county, in the Territory of Florida, has for many
years past abandehed'hlS wife Frances Dummett
and has wholly failed t rovide means of support
for her, and her child, arid whereasi, the said Fran-
ces Dummett has petitioned this Legislative,
Council to6e divorced frO6n her aforesaid husband


Duglas DdA'mett: Thdr'ef&e fdr the relief of the
aforesaid Frifices Dumtilett, :
Section 1'. Be it enac'ed by the Governor and,
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That the marriage conri'edt subsistfig between
the said Ddglas Dummett aind Francds Dummett,
be, and the same is hereby dissolved and annulled
and the said parties are hereby absolutely divor-
ced from the bonds of matrimony as fully, abso-
lutely andbntirely as if they, the said Duglas and
Frances had never been married.
Approved 15th March, 1844.

No. 83.
AN ACT to authorize Platt, and others to build a
bridge across the Suwannee River.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Goverior. arid
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida',
That Joseph B. Watts, Francis Jones, David
Platt, Enoch Hall, A. Vann an Lobid and Sadler,
or as many of them as shall form' a co'mp' ay, be,
and they are hereby authorized to establish and
keep a Toll Bridge across the Suwannee River; at
the junction of said River and the.Withl'acoochee,
on or near township one,range eleven, s6uth and


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Kimbifrough & Ridgway,
1VOMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Ap'alachi0ota, Florida.
WAt '. KT1i-oUGH.
JoHn I1. RIDG'AY. .
Liberal advanCe's made on Cdioton consigned to
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havrd. decl ly


Samnuel Schitter.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
No. 49 Water street.
nml Apalachicola, Fla.


Moore & McKenzie, ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 32 Water street,
Apalachicola.
JOHN M. MOORE. )
Wma. A. McKENziE, 5 novl ly


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MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Water-street,
Apalachicola, Fla.


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


C i~ti ift~AIL.
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COMMERCIAL VERTIS ,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
BY
R. A. DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN.
SOffice third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce & Chestnut streets,

AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
SAdvertisements of ten lilies or less (twenty lines
or more in proportion,) conspicuously inserted
at the following rates :
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"APAOH="7 CA=R SA DAY, MLY 6, 3844.


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*)dl lt.nsubmit themselves to the powers t!a.:
be," rendering unto Ceasar the things that ae
s~T's, and unto God the things that are God's- ,
seeking first the kingdom of God and his righteous-
ness resting upon the promise that all things else
shall be added unto us.
Resolved, That while we would lament the
severance of that Church which under the blessing
of God has proved itself unparalleled in dispensing
the word of Life, and salvation to thousands upon
thousands of lost and ruined spirits, we cannot but
rejoice in believing that the best of consequences
wll result from such severance to that portion of
the Church that has fellen under the unwarranta-
ble censure of the majority in the late general
Conference. The South will then rise in all its
harmony, more firmely united, freed from all
distracton, will move on its course, establishing:
itself more and more, in the confidence and esteem
of those whose interests are at war with the sen-
timents maintained by a majority of the late
Conference, thus proving itself as it ever has done-,
the real, true and sincere friends of that people
who stand most in need of the comforts, the con-
solations, the cheering hopes and the blissful pros-
pects of the Gospel of the Son of God.
Resolved, That we approve the plan proposed
by the Southern delegates, to hold a delegated
Convention in Louisville, Kentucky, on the first
of May next, to organize the Methodist Episcopal'
Church in the slaveholding.statas, into a separate
and independent body:for:;the control of its eown
ecclisiastical matters.
Resolved, That we 'recommend to the next
Georgia Annual Conference to elect delegates to
said convention in conformity with the plan propos-
ed with full powers to act in the premises in-behalf
of the whole Chureh within her bounds.
Resolved, That in order to maintain and carry
out the principles set forth in the foregoing resolu-
tions we the members of the conference, do recom-
mend that the pupils of the several places of divine
worship under our control in the'Savannah station
be closed against all and every member of the late
,eneiral Conference who 'voted in favor of the
principless contained in the resolution against the
Rev. Bishop Andrew.
Resolved, ,That weearnestly recommend to
the consideration and action of the several Quar-
texly.Conferences of the Georgia Conference the
subject matter or" the present proceedings, and-that
they be, and ar,_ hereby earnestly requested to
give an expression of their views upon this most
important and exciting subject.
Resolved, That these resolutions and preamble
,signed bythe presiding officer of this body and
countersigned by the secretary, be published in
.the Southern Christian Advocate, and by all such
papers as may take an interest therein.
(Signed) JAMES E. EVANS.
*Presiding Elder.
WM. MOREL, Secreiary.

For the Commercial Advertiser.
EDUCATION No. 4.-Opus consult.
Said Brutus, in his speech over the dead body:
,of Casar:
I am no oratory as Brutus 'is';
But as you know me all, a plain,-blunt man,
That love my friend ,* *
I I only speak 'right on::
I :tell you that, which you yourselves do know."
So I may say, I speak out plainly and tell you
what you yourselves know to be your duty.
There is but little difficulty in convincing you of
-truth and-duty, thle great difficulty lies in moving
you to do whatyou know you ought to 'do. If
anyone should convince you that it would be for
your interest to take care of your corn after you
had planted it, would you not take care of it ?
Should you not take care of it without motives
and arguments pressed upon you ? Would you
not feel insulted if your neighbor should earnest-
ly try to persuade you to hoe your corn ? Would
you not feel sufficiently inclined to it without
such persuasion ? Now which is of greater
worth, your corn or your children ? Would it not
be a disgrace to your name as farmer, to neglect
your corn"? Is 'it nOt ten thousand times more
disgrace to neglect your children ? Now as it is
a fact-that you do shamefully neglect your chil-
dren (and you cannot deny it), I speak boldly yet
in language of kindness, pointing out your errors
and urging you to your duty. I might'with great
propriety -call your attention .o the subject of
physical education. The intimate connexion sub-
sisting between the body and' the mind calls for
appropriate attention from you. I night show
the influence of the body on the mind in the dif-:
ferent states of health and disease ; how the mind
improves and expands with healthy 'and vigorous
physical powers ; and how it droops and languishes
under the burden of a diseased body. I might
show the uses or functions of the different organs
of the body, their relation to one another and the
means of improving their :action., so as to secure
*the best degree of health and efficiency. And I
might urge at length the great importance of
proper diet, proper clothing, proper exercise and
cleanliness., exhibiting the happy effects of a con-
pliance with the laws of nature, and the evils of
an infringement of them. But I will pass by all


these things and take up first a subject second to
none in the whole process of education-I mean
discipline. This is the most difficult part of your
duty. You must have discipline, or you will not
effect anything diserable. You must have disci-
pline, or your children will be ruined. You must
have good discipline, or it will be worse than
none. Parents make more fatal mistakes, errors
and blunders in discipline than in anything else
whatever. It is better that your children see all
the bad conduct and hear all the bad language of
libertines, than that they should be under a bad
government at home. All the jarring, discord,
and bloodshed in society, may, perhaps, be traced
to bad parental discipline as their cause. Yes,
parents, I repeat it, fearless of contradiction, that
if your children are wicked, it is your fault,
Perhaps you are ready to attribute their -wicked-
ness to some other evil influences, yet the truth
is, you have been the woful cause yourselves.
Your discipline has been defective. Suppose the
watchmaker should make a watch of the best
:materials, in the most perfect manner, except a
defect in the main spring, what kind of time
would it keep ? So if you suffer any defect in
disciplihe-the main spring of education-your
children will be spoiled. Consider what I say.
DOCTOR.
W1- The New York Express s~ya, that there is
upwards, of one thousand buildings now going up
in that OiLy) among which are very-many spacious
and costly private edifices. One of them is ninty,,
six feet front by eighty deep.


By Benjamin Lucas.--The day we celebrate-,
France may boast of her three glorious days, but
Apalachicola can point to her three fours-,
July 4, '44 !I,
By Sam'l Schiffer.--My countrymen who have
made America the country of their adoption. May
they support her laws and revere her institutions,
as the only hope of'the oppressed.
By James Ruan-
"May Union's wreath forever twine,
Around fair freedom's Holy shrine."
By Jas. P. Penn.-John C. Calhoun-Our able
Secretary-the Statesman and Patriot.
By R. A. Dominge.--Jipalachicola-'-Her sum-
mer population, the title page of its inhabitants.
By Wm. H. Hughes-Our country right ir
wroffg.
By J. C. Maclay--The "Collector of our Port,'
Hiram Jlourse, Esq.- Estimable as a man---
irreproachable as a citizen; efficient and courteous
as a public officer.
By T. T. Roan.--The, MAemory of, Joseph B.
Webb, Esq.--In him, Florida has lost one of
her ablest defenders, and Apalachicola one of
her brightest jewels:
"He was, but words are wanting to say what. I
Ask what a man should Uie,and he was that."
By Seth P. Lewis--R. K. Call, Governor of
Florida, a faithful and patriotic public servant.
By Jas Ruan-Col. Robt. Myers-Our worthy
U. S. Marshal, and citizen bf Apalachicola. He
reminds one of a good olA hpm; the longer you
try it the better you like it, and the neareryou
getto the heart (which is the bone in a ham, but
not in him,) the sweeter tht'meat.
By H F Abell.-May ttfe present company meet
this day twelvemonth, to celebrate the liberty,
the achievement of which blesses, and improves
mankind. -Long.may this'day be kept shared in
the hearts of our countrymen.
By H. R. Taylor.-Henry Clay.-His genius
will consecrate him; and any attempt to extin-
guishthaf Will be as, unavailing as would a hu-
man effbrt to quench the stars.
By W. H. Brundage.-The drts--In this land
of liberty, they are cherished and encouraged.
May the "liberty of the Press" always be sus-
tained as the true organ of the rights of man, and
the disseminator of republican principles.
By Thos. P. Tainter.-The day we are now
celebrating-May it long be remembered by
Americans.
.By J. F. Farrior--The yeomanry of Florida-
Patriotic, brave and hospitable. May their agri-
cultural pursuits be crowned With success.
By, Joseph May-The memory of the immortal
LaFadyelte.-May every,, American cherish this
name, as one which no selfish considerations could
divert from`supporting the cause of liberty.
By Wm Foster--lary, the mother of Wash-
ington.
By A L Clements--lpalachicola-During the
winter season, has many pretending friends, but
when summer approaches, but few are fou,.d to
protect her interests.
By C. P. Allen-Mankind-Health in youth,
strength in age; honor always.
By H. R. Taylor- The U.,S. District Attorney
Geo. S. I-Tawidns, Esq.-One of our earliest and
mrn.t Valued'citizens. As at the battle of the
Alaqua, so in the discharge of his duties as pro-
secuting attorney; he is firm and fearless, and a
constant "terror to evil doers."
By Uriah Nixon The Summer population-
Out noble selves.
By Jas Gibson.-May every, native of Ireland,
who has adopted this land of liberty as an asylum,
be true to her laws and support her constitution.
By Wm. H. Brundage.-The memory of the
illustriou& Capt. JTs Lawrence:-
By C. J. Shepard--The United States-North
and South--Union forever despite of fanaticism.
By E. Hoyt-Let all the true friends of citizens
of America stand up to their glasses and drink to
the star spangled banner.
By 6. W. Wordin-The sibamp fox of South
Carolina-May our President display the like
cunning.
"A foreign land has been 'thy grave.;..
'E'en foreign tears have wept the :.>r~ii\e."
,May the expiring words of the heroic Lawrence
"1)out give up the Ship !" be, the eternal motto
of every American.
By Jas C Coleman-The Englishmen who have
made this country, the country of their adoption.
May they, as I do, consider this their country,
and her liberty theirs, to sustain and cherish as
the best hope of the oppressed.
By B. L. Turner.--The lone star of Texas-
May it soon add another splendour, to the Ameri-
can constellation.
By T. E. Gray.--The memory of KtosciUsko--
The Ifri,-'. d oI) his country and of America. May
his memory be embalmed in the heart of every
true lover of his country."
By Win. Lawrence.-M21eehanics--The bone
and sinew of American prosperity. May they


imitate .a Green, or a Franklih, always ready to
strike for, and in the detence of liberty.
By A. L. Clements.-Friendship is the only
thing in the world, concerning the uisefulaess of
which, all mankind are agreed.
By Wmn. H. Ht'ghes.-The memory of Corn.
Charles Hawkins, of the Texan navy.
Many other toasts were delivered, which we
regret, were not handed in to the committee for
publication. The company adjourned at an. early
hour, well pleased and in good spirits.

W- A Treaty has been concluded between the
United States and France, and duly ratified by both
governments, for the mutual surrender of crinmi.
nals, other than political, escaping from one coun-
try to the other.
The distance between Baltimore and Phil
adelphia, nearly one hundred miles, was on; the
28th ult, preformed by the railroad cars in five
hours and thirty-five minutes.
{}U The King of Prussia has created a Board of
Commerce, at the head of which he has placed
M. de Roane, formerly his minister in the United
States, His Majesty is also said, to be about to es-
tablish Chambers of Commerce in such of the
principal towns of Prnssia as are yet without them
{ Sir Robert, Peel's new plan of curri.ncy has
been adopted without opposition, by both parties in
the British House of Commons..and will no doubt
be carried into effect. This system will gradually
reduce the circulation of all the provincial banks
throughout the United Kingdomn, and establish a
general paper circulation, Originating in,a single
bank of issue. It is one of the greatest financial
reforms of the age.


For-the Commercial Advertieer.
DEFENCE OF BACHELORPSHIP.
. he number of marriages which are. al.
MON3 rily taking place, we, are of the opinion,
that the rank of Bachelors is, suffering a diminu-
tion, which is not compatible with our views of'
right, and in justice to that much abused commu-
nity, we feel ourselves bound to take, up the glove
which is thrown 'vown before us, and I&ovindicate
our cause from thte a.persions which these fre-
quent matrimonial alliances throw upon oil time
honored name. The attack we-admit is not open,-
ly made, but the conpequences attendant upon a-
wrong or misunderstood conception of the causes
which operate to confirm us in pur belief of the
advantages gained' and the cares and troubles
avoided by remaining in a state of single blessed-
ness, leads many t6 enter the noose of matrimony, '
who, Were the true principles of our creed under-
stood and duly appreciated; would forswear the
allia:ice, which in a majority of cases subjects
man-the'" Lords of Creation"--,-to a government
repugnent to his'liberty and as servile as the do-
mination of tyrants. "For the purpose of throw-
ing light upon a subject which seems so little
understood in our community, we present to our
Bachelor friends, the following Delaration of
Independence," which was recently adopted by
the Massachtisetts "Fitchburg Bachelor Club,"
in their own proper persons assembled, in the
year of our Lord one thousand, eight hundred and
forty-four.
Declaratioi,of Independence
of the
BACHELOR CLUB.
When in the sincerity of certain feelings, it be-
comes convenient for one class of individuals to
refuse the domestic bonds which are, prepared for
them by another set of individuals, and to retain
among the singularss of'the 'earth, the separate
'and peculiar comftbts to which" the benificenice
of nature and nature's God has entitled them;
requiies'that they should~declare the causes which
restrain them from entering into these bonds.
We hold these truths to be ,self-evident, that all
men are created single ?'"that .they are- endowed
by their creator, with certain comfortable rights?
that among these are peace, liberty and the pur-
suit of happiness. Tha-t to -secure these rights,
celebacy is cherished among ''men, recei ving il,
just privileges from a dislike 'to be governd ?
that whenever any form of government becomes
dangerous to these ends, it is'the right off Bache-
lors to reject and avoid it, and to su'0po'rt their
own government, resting its foundationon n'such
feelings, and organizing its policy in such form
as ,,hall seem likely to secure their'safety and fu-
ture happiness. Politeness indeed will dictate,
that customs long established, should not be dis-
regarded for slight and trivial causes-; aind accor-
dingly all experience has proven that singles are
less disposed to be doubled, while singularity is
comfortable, to yoke themisetves by renouncing
the liberty to'whi'ch they are accustomed.
But when a long -t'fift of hints and scandles,
pursuing evidently the same object- evince.-a dT--
sign to reduce them under absolute conjugalaty,
it is their right--its, their duty, to provide new
arguments for theit future tranquility. Such has
been the Unjust treatment of Bachelors. 'To prove
this, let facts be submitted to an immfrtal world.
The history df the present age of small talk is a
history of repeated winks and inuendoes, having
a direct object, the, establishment of, an absolute
control 6ver us Bachelors.'
It has refused toleration, 'to inclinations the :,
most wholesome ;an -1 con.-sient \ %ith our poverty.
It has permitted itR I'vminines to circul.,te rumors
of immediate and lialp.,ble scandal, unless b- -es,-
ed in.their course tilL their Ildglehood coftld be
proven, and when so arrested, it has utterly ne.
glected to contradict then. It has refused':t'o be-
lieve other rum..ors for the vindication of large
numbers of singulars, unless these singuilars'woul t
relinquish the right of repreh-ntation at .the Tfea
table., a right vndiffirent to Wterm, and valuable to
danbdies oly. e u
It has eallea tenetriher I'eL.alej iicauces at places
unusually public. I;-,r the sole purpose of' enc ur- *
ageing them in a continuanrce el their whisperinzs).
It has brufited fal.,< repr~s:'rtation-: of Bao'.helors,
irepeatedilv, for 0])|-'otin,'wittl rnanly fi,'mnes?, (in
comir'n p~lace.) the^ bfes'?si' of matriimony. It:
has eii'deav.nred to dje~'eci:.t(te the atdvantages (,f'
our st.te, lto" that pu)ose;, inventing excuses for
the in,:r,:ase ot' mn'ar -:;,?*. It has rn:,ie Bach'elors.
dependent upon its 'frhms, alone f'or the tenure
of their lIberties, ad the amount ar, d permar, cy .,
of th,..ir hapl: inress.i It has kept anmong u~s iiu time ,.
of'pea,'e(, inveterate whisipere'r%, wilh,-ut tlhe con-
sent of our convenience. It hias affected to ren-
der thie m:,isc'line c~leendent on,, and infer.ijr to,
the feminine power. It ha-i combined with co-,
queitts, t,: sui~bject us to a .jn-ri'diciion foreign' to
our c,,nstitution, and unencoiiraged by our inten-
tions, giving a~sont to their ac:.homesn otf prettnded
indil,'reritc? ,For t.-xactine; large supplies tif llat-
tery frorn u3. F;or protectir, tlhem by' a fa.lse polite- ";
hess, from ne,lect, for anyv flirtati.,ns which they


should comnmit on thbe Bachelors of these times. \,
For citing lip our reputation i, all parts of speech. "
For iwo',,-irL intentions upon us, without lour ."
g'oo,.!l,% l,. ',-rd of the b,:nefits of quiet--by silence. For traihn-
port/r~ us, beyond thirty, to be tried for ,it dend-
ed Q'ld Bachelorship;.- For slandering the free
c,,niti,- i of unmarried existence and our conduct
as bachelors.' ": .
JI has established a "Bachelor's Club,' here,
by,declaring us out of its books and" waging wnr
against us, taking our mew bers prisoners It has
plundered our patience, ransacked our motives,
flattered our feelings and denied the reality of our
pleasures. "' .- '
It is, at this time, inciting the small ws of
dandies to augment the works of' rhymster, ro-
mancers and-seitim-ntalists, long sinee begun,
with .circumstances, of tflv and mischief, 'sarce-,
ly paralleled in the, -most barberons :cribblings'
and totally ,u \orl y tiNt head i a sensible writer.
it has our fellow Bachel('rs ;aken napping in their
arm-chairs, to bear I witness against t-ieir sincerity}
to become deserters of their friends and brethren,
In every stage of these oppressions, we have
struggled for our privileges, with the mast rea-
sonable arguments: our struggles hate' been re,,
rested only with repeated ifmlortunities- An agef
Whose chairacter is thus marked by every act
which may prevent celibacy, is unfit to he the
Ruler of a Free Bachelor. I Nor have we beeft
wanting in respect to our married acquaintance.
We have warned them from timnei to. timeo of at-
tempts made by their ultras ftO'e.tend an uncdom-
fortable jurisdiction over. We'have appealed to ,~
&eir -domestic anxieties, and, discords, and we
have adjured them, by: the twangs of their own /
consciences to cease these prot'ications. /
Biut they have been deaf to, the voide of justice
and inclination. We must therefore presist inn
the opin ion '.drich dictates our assertion, and /hld


rw R." Rocgr.TT K.-R. requests us to state,
[and we do 96 to correct any erroneous opinion
which may have been formed,] that he is not the
,*^epOvter" of a speech delivered 'at the Lyceum,
which was published inY our last paper.',
John Tyler, President of the United States,
was married on the 26th .ult, in the city of New
'York, to the accomplished Miss Gardiner, of
Long ,Island. The ceremony was performed in
presence of a few of the, President's confidential
friends; He left shortly after for the White
Honse.


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{}0" The newly appointed Governor ofWFlorida,
John Brartch, takes his seat on the lith of August
next,,the day when Gov. ,Call's time expires.

The Pensacola Gazette of the 29th ult., con-
tains an account of a most daring outrage, per-
petrated in that city by the abduction of 7 negro
slaves, Which is supposed, (from *the particulars
which we give below,) to have been committed
by a man named Samuel Walker, who has resided
there, on and off, for.several years. A reward of
$1,V?00 is offered by Messrs. Caldwell & Quigles,
for their apprehension. $1000 for Walker, and
.$100 e-,ch for the negroes. ;
A'He (Walker,) first came t6 this city from down
east in a little sloop, with a cargo ot about four
thousand bricks and a few potatoes, beets and
other notions He rented a small house in the
suburbs, and opened-his cargo for retail. He was
employed, after the bursting of the rail road and
New, Town bubble 'to live at the depot and take
1a3ie of the rail road property. He is a carpenter
or boat builder and was occasionally employed as
a mechanic. He seemed a very devout christian,
and by his: appearent-uprightness and integrity had
gained the confidence of many highly respectable
,members of ourcommunity. Whilst he lived at the
depot, however, he had frequent occasions to have
negroes to work for, him,, and he associated with
iherm on terias of equality and intimacy, seating
them with him at his table while his daughters
(half-grown girls) waited on the table-he preached
to the, negroes and exhorted them with great
-. bot0the'rd affection-telling them that they were:
5 v just as good as fie was, and that the difference of
,. olor was a mere shadow, &c. He was suspected
'of tampering with the negroes and of being ac-
.. cesiry to the concealment on board of a vessel:
). 'and the escape of two slaves about three or four
years ago.
One of the boys (Chas. Johnson,) was employed
b4 him at the depot, and was a ranting, shouting
memberof the chul"ch with him-this boy was
with Walker, lying Uuder the trees in the lot, where
he was working on his boet nearly all of the day
on Sunday the 16th xnst,--This boy and three of
his own brothers, with three others of the same
family of negroes, are now missing And Walker
Was seen frequently during his recent sojurn here
*i, in close'conversation with negro men. He took
lodgings with a quarteroon woman and had no
white associates during his stay-he said he was
making the locker to fit in his bows to hold some
tools-he said he intended filling the empty barrel
tie bought with salt .water for ballast, but was after-
wards seen to go to the spring branch and fill it
"" i resh water and take it on board his boat,

The N ,Y Herald, in cotrmenting'upon the vitu-
peration and defiance expressed in the English pa-
pers upon the receipt of the news ofthe movement
w41h respect to the rean exation of Texas, -says:
We are not at all surprised at the universal out-
,'burst 'of vi'tuperation and violence with which the
*intelligence of the progress of the Texan move-
ment here, has been received in Europe, this
nlrovetaent is calculated in th& highest degree 'to
,._ m the despotic and monarchical governments
6e'old world. Englano could march through
d'and rapine to conquest in the East, and
thfy te voice of humanity and justice, but the
6manft she perceives the progress of this
ublid to new and vast fields of territorialin-
,,B',se,. she-is as at once alarmed, pours forth tor-
tfsgt of abuse, and affects to talk of liberty-of
lice-of regard to national rights. And in
pee we perceive the same dread of our progress.
'rhdd the' liberal and popular party in France,
19iS nothing to be expected from the sympathy
by'of the masses in Europe who are held in
H ct slavery to their leaders and aristocracies.

From the Savannah Georgian.
lHereas, we the members of the Quarterly Con.
M e of the Methodist Episcopal Church of the
in .Conference, for the Savannah* station,
Syinterested in all that concerns the interests
Church, and affected like by all that con-
to its welfare or its injury, are imperiously
u upon, by the action of the late General
reqe'e, to express our sentiments as respects
Hctibn" of that Conference, upon matters
we believe intimately connected with the
4 good of the Church, the great cause
^^^H ps religious and moral welfare, 'and the

^^ t h^~teretbre under the rues! solemn conviction
^^ ^ tirUth and justice of our present views, ard
HHJ^^ypronounce and declare that the vote of
^^^*Hority in thiat Conference, relative to the
"^ ^ F shop Andrew, to be unkind, unjust,
"ift eactotrary 'to, and violative of every principle
dajh (tscip~line of the Methodist Episcopal
v rh, as applicable to his case,
' iWe do also hereby furt||r declare, that thie
npi|rtt that animated the majority of that Confer.
e ace, manifested feelings hositie to the principles
tffour Government, as set forth and declared in
o!r, admirabiie Constitution, and from time tho time
teaintained and tustained by our chief legislative
lifid judicial tribunals.
:' We also do hereby further declare, that the
action of the Conference on the subject of slavery
v- 'f o~nnexion with Bishop Andrew to be a palpable
S'depgrture from the high and holy course marked
out for the disciples of the meek and lowly


Savialor, a"omplete abandonment of the sacred
dt&ti04 f .ministers of the Gospel of Peace, and an
unnecessary sacrifice of its ennobling truth for
. -Abafters in which man's immortal spirit is in no
.wy concerned. We do therefore
'esolve, That we deeply sympathize with our
Itv. and beloved brother, Bishop Andrew, an~d
.hold him unaffected in ris moral, religious or
labolesiastieaf character, either'by the previous or
ubequent action of the Coference in reference
f-t him ..
'I:.tesoled,, That.: the.. dignified, firm and un-
a" ...ltnOmpromising poratioainftained by our beloved'
!: Bi~o daring that most .Srdpl and wanton attack
Si'' upon hi iBOcial and rekltive, riviegeg, merits and
*' receiv-q odr most sincere and cordial approbation.
.-R-mgflAd, That as me.n ar'mid'riisters profess-
.. ,NlIMh' Uon gi of thle .Lord: Jes -Christ, the
:. hax nothing, to dgwzahltht iivil or-political
ttlatioaacti iUt~mKA. ofar country. That
itis atrwy to our phavatir as such to mix 3uch
1nu ia our church polity and" government, it
.bejo as much as any thing. else the bounden duty


"VOLUNTEER TOASTS.
By"the President-Foreign interference with
our internal or external relations.-Let the cry
and action be, "war to the knife!",
By the Vice-President-VThe Orator and Read-
,er- of the Day.
it By J. C. Maclay--Our Countrywomen -While
they attend to the outward adornment of their
persons, may they recollect the spirit of the age
is in favor of internal improvement.
fBy Robert Myers-.-dpatachicola-The third
ity on the Gulf in Commercial importance. In
the enterprises integrity and intelligence, of her
citizens, she takes rank with the first. T "
By Dr. W. Sidney Green.--The Literature of
our Country.'-May it be as exalted in its char-
acter a3 our institutions are lasting.
BBy H. R. Taylor- Our esteemed fellow-citizen,
!firam Xourse, Esq.--Though absent, we feel-
thnt his spirit is with us. Alike honorable and
i /elligent, he will ever be found equal to his
*o'jation.
By B. T. Caro.-Our absent friends.-May
their slumbers be as sweet, and their pastimes as
delightful, as the memory of them is pleasant.
By Capt. W. T. Baker, of the Brig Lawrence
Copeland.--Navigation, Commerce, and our
Country.-Necessary when duly fostered, of no
use when neglected. May we nourish them as the
apple of our eye; guard, -rotect and cherish
them.
By C. W. Wordin-LaFayette-H--Ie has a title
to our gratitude, ph-.bh never can be erased,
By .Milton N. Scott---.dmericans-May they
ever enjoysa free and enlightened government,
exempt from digurion and cemented forever.


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SIXTY-NINTH ANNIVERSARY
of the
AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE!
FOURTH OF JULY.
Theofiring of cannon and, the ringing'of bells,q
proclaitned the ushering in of the early dawn.
The morning of this great anniversary was lovely
and enlivening, and the American flag-the stars
and stripes-that streamed from the shipping and
the public buildings, gave ample 'assurance that
the'day had lost none of'its sacred influence. At
the appointed time, a'resplctable procession was
formed under the direction of Col. ROBT. MYERS,
"Marshal of the day, and his assistants Messrs Jas.
F. Farrier and Wm. Foster. The procession-
moved according to previous arrangement, and
having entered the City Council Hall, the cere-
monies commenced as follows:-
S1. Hymn-" Before Jehovah's awful throne."
2. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Smiley.
3. Reading of the Declaration of Indelendence,
by 'Col. Geo. S. 'Hawkiis.
4. Anthem----" .merica," Sfc.
5. Oration by Jno. C. Maclay, Esq.
6. "Ode by Dr. Wm. Sydney Green.
7. Anthem-" O, give thanks."
8. Benediction.
The attendance "of-a large number-of ladies,
gracedd 'the occasion, and their presence gave a
zest to that patriotism which embraced them
within the sphere of its protection. After the
exercises were over, the procession formed again
and were dismissed opposite' the Merchants &
Planters Hotel."
At 3 o'clock, a large party of gentlemen con-
vened at the City Hotel, where an excellent din-
ner was provided by Mr. J. W. Hammond, the
proprietor; under the direction of the committee
of arrangements. Much credit is due to the com-
mittee for the regularity andorder of their man-
agemenrt; and to the host, for his taste and en-
deavors to please. The dinner went off orderlyJ
and pleasantly, and the toasts were drank, with
firing of cannon, and with many cheers. In fact,
the whdle affair passed off, as we would like to
see it pass, even if we lived a thousand' years.
It was a true index'of the feelings of moral, dig-
nified and patriotic American citizens.
After the removal of the clotb, the following
regular toasts, were read by the President arid
Vice President, and .received amid the warmest
plaudits and uninterrupted display of social.and
liberal feelings :
REGULAR TOASTS.
1. The Day we Celebrate.-Its recollectionss
and associations will ever keep alive the feelings
of patriotism in our hearts.
2. The Heroes, Statesmen and Patriots of the
Revolution.-Identified with History, they are
immortal-models of imitation in all time. Let
us accord them the gratitute -of our hearts and
never dying remembrance.
3. Y'he et-Presidents of the United States.
4. The Presiden't of the United States.
5. The .army and Navy of the U. S.---New
Orleans and Erie-Bridgwatet and Lake Chain-
plain, are their best eulogy.
6. The living Patriots lof '76.-They "see a
Nation's gratitude in a Nation's eyes."
7. Florida.-Soon may she take her station
among the States of the Union. With State gov-
ernment, we have self government.
8. Education.-The basis of our Institutions-=
In the enlightenment of our people, we will find
t~he strongest guaranty tor the perpetuity of" the
Union.
9. Liberty.--The Anglo-Saxon race its apostles,
may its doctrines be understood and followed from
the Straits of Bhering to Cape 'Horn.
10. Thie Governor of Florida.--R. K. Call.
11i, 'Gen../Indrew Jackson.--Whether as the
boy of 'the Revolution--the soldier at Orleans, or
the Chief Magistrate of the" Republic; always
great, pure and patriotic.
12. Texas.--Whatever her destiny, whether
Under the glimmer of the lone star," or whether
that star be added to our own glorious galaxy;
San Jacinto will ever be remembered as a Contest
between those who struck fo liberty and the
hireling soldiery of a despot.
13. Wo2iman.--="In youth our instructors--in
[age our companions and'at all times our friends."






































































































































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this extraordinary procedure. More serious con'-
siderations grow out of it. "It indicates a forgone
determination on the part'of Britain:
1st. To supplant the influence of the American
Government in the States of Mexico and Texas.
2d. Vp effect a settlerment of the difficulties be-
tween those States on a basis, that it was known
the United States could not concur in.
3d. To stop, if possible, by a combination of
European powers, the further progress of Ameri-
/can institutions and influence; and,
4th. To introduce into this continent the Euro-
pean system of officious interference and intermed-
dling, to the detriment of this Government, and
contrary to its true policy and position.
Letter to the Texan Secretary of State from
the British Chlarge d'Affaires.
GALVESTON, Texas,
April 3d, 1644. ,5 ,
To the Ron. Snson Janes,
Sec'y of State, fye'., Washington:
The undersigned, H B TA Charge d'Adairs to
the Republic of Texas, has had the honor to re-
ceive Mr. Jones' note of'the 25th ult., in reply to
his own of the 22d idem, and he offers his ac-
knowledgments for this statement of the ituIation
of circumstances, which shall be transmitted to
Her Majesty's Government without delay.
in the mean time, however, he considers it right
to remark that, he does not believe Her Majesty's
Government have formed the same opinion as this
Government upon the disposition of Mexico, to
any amicable settlement with Texas, upon reason-
able and, admissible terms. Indeed he is disposed
to think'that Her Majes-ty's Government had be-
come more sainguinethat a different state of feeling
was growing up'in that quartet, and he a1cribes
any recent appearances to the conitrafy, to'the in-
disposition ot Mexico, to the annexation of Texas
to the United states. Thusimpressed, he believes
that Mexico would have consented to terms of
armistice more acceptable to this Government, if
it had not been thought prudent to avoid a trace Of
convenient duration for the conduct of negotiations
at another point having in view a combination,
naturally so called at Metico as the annexation of
Texas to the United states. He will merely
further remark of the truce agreed upon 'between
the Commissioners of Texas and Mexico, that if
it haa conformed with the podlicy'of this Govern-
ment, to avail themselves of that opening, he en-
tertained the opinion that it might nave been im-
proved into a convenient form and duration.
Of the detention of the Texan prisoners it Mexi-

co, which has been noticed by Mr. Jones as another
proof of the indisposition of the Government of
Mexico to amicable settlement, the undej signed.
wili freely admit (speaking for himself) that he
thinks the Government of Mexico ought to have
released those prisoners. But he is bound to con-
fess with equal frankness that he ,has reason to
think tile Mexican Government will be able to
adduce motives for their conduct in this particular,
whicI may account for it, without restoring to a
general indipotition to. adjust with Texas upon
peaceful and honorable terms as the,ground of
the continued detention of these unhapmy men.
The temporary inteirrption of the offinal inter-
course between Her Majesty's Chaige d'Aftaires
at Mexico and that Governmeut, is noticed by Mr.
Jones as another event of' a discouraging character.
Tho undersigned can only say upon that point,
that he 'is sure Her M- ,i ..:-y's Government, would
not have delayed to conmmanicate their apprehen-
sions to the same effect to 'the Government of.
Tex:as, if"they had airicipated in them for a mo-,
men t.
Weighing all .the'circtmstances of the case as
carefully as he can, the undersigned will 'take the
liberty Sere2, to express the .,e.,_.i, tha't atnoperiod*
of the interposition of Her Majesty's Government
for*'the settlement of' tae dispute between Texas
and Mie.xico, could it ever hava appeared to them
that 'here were better founded hopes of an early
and honorable adjustment than at the moment,
when as -vir..Jones observes, the door to annexa-
tion to the United States, was unexpectedly opened
to the 1ir.j,.lk- of this country
The i|),,,',ch in that seuse was most probably
unexpected in Mexico too, for it came when there.
was a state of known truce between tne parties,
when Texia'n 'Coimnaissioners (respectfully receiv-
ed) were actuaiiy in 1he Mexican territory, and
whilst negotiations, first for" aniarmistice, and then
foi a- peace, were known to be in contemplation,
and in point of fact, in ...-,: ."-..'
The irithn.ion oT Saci apropcsal to the Goverm-
m-ant of Texas, by the C:overnment of the United
States, would ot course become known o the
Go-eramen, ,of Mexico about toe same tnme, andd
made uetder tane state of circum .tances then exist-
i~ig, it can hardly be a scarce of surprise that it pro.
duaredthe dist'jrbi~ig 'ieftie which has followed.
T~ne tuiiersig ie thin s he could not discharge
his daty .if he omitted to cxp, e:s'tne earnest hope
mat mie Government and people of TIexas will not
mali the. incalculable heavy sacrifice of their
national existence, under the impression that the
prospect of amecable aettlemnent With 5 Mexico has
passed away. He believes that there is no good
ground for such an impression ; and he is also of
the opinion that it is still in the power of the
Governments of Texas to renew the negotiations
with~dexieo upon a hopeful basis, by reassuring
that government upon a pomnt to which'it is justly
enitlled to expect completed reassurance before
friendly negotiations with Texas are set on foot.
'Tle understgued cannot refrain from observing
thatithere is no want of evidence in the, press of
"the *'[Lited.States, that very eminent and practiced
statcainen in that country, are firmly opposed t>,
the annexation of Texas to the Union, either at
.all', or at least under any other condition 'than the
cornsent of Mexico peacefully obtained. .Ne'ither
doris 'it seem to be doubtful, judging from the same
sources, that these opinions, are shared bya large
part of the people of taut confederacy. Tne un-
dersigned .trusts that hts own sincere desire for the


Inilependenee and prosperity of Texas., will. be the
excuse for alluding to these considerations, on
wiich, however, fie has no intention to dwell.
He will close this note with tae renewed declara-
tion of th. desire of her lajesty's Government, to
be helpful in the adjustment of this daopnte upon
terms of honor, justice and advantage, both to,
Texas and MAexico, aad with the expressiofi of the
opinion of her Majesty' G government, that the
preservation of their independence is the 'best
security of the people of Texas, for their ultimate
prosperity, both political and commercial.
The health of the 11.11'^ia -I is still in a very
broken condition, (so much so that he w1ll-t.. f'ih
.difficulty.) But ne will wait at New Ort,:.ti',"r
in its immediate neighborhood, as long as ii h r ,d,?ly
can, and will be happy to receive any comm-.mic'a-
tions wfieca the government of Texas may do him
tne honor to forward to him, through the channel
lie has already indicated to MIr. Jones.
He avails himself of this occasion to convey to
Mr. Jones renewed assurances of the regard and
distinguished consideration with which he has the
honor to remain,
'His most obedient and faithfal servant,
(Signed) OHARLES ELLIOT.

W- Mr. McDuflie. of South Carolina, has re-
signed his seat in the United States Senate.

On the 15th instant the Senate unanimously
rejected the nomination of James S. Green as,
Secretary of the rreasuay. The President then
nominated George M. Bibb of Kentucky to the
same office and the nomination was confirmed by
the Senate.
N. P. Tallmadge, of New York; *a's nominated
and unanimously confirmed as Governor 6f
Wisconsin, at the expiration of Governor Doty's
term.
A great number of collectors and postmasters
were nominated, some of whom were rejected
and some confirmed.


hiem, as the rest of plaril s-ra.ranibou, in words;t
--"v feeUngs.divided. *i^ _
We therefore,, the identities of thJ?&WMchelor
Club,, ia general meeting assembled, 1p"peaiii
to the supreme tribunal of conscience for the rec-
titude of, our intentions, do in the name, and by'
-the authority of the unjugated of these States
Iand Territories, putlish and declare, that these
k united ingulars are, and of right ought 'to be-
Free and Intependent Bachelors; they having
full intention to avoid, war, preserve peace,retuse
alliances, establish clubs, and do all other acts
and things, which Independent Bachelors may of
right do.
And for the support of this Declaration, with
a firm reliance on the singularity of our actions,
we mutually pledge to each other, our hands,
our empty purses and our insulted honro!
We have only to add to the a4ove-e4plicit
Magna Chartasof our rights, the" opinion ofIa friend
of ours who is under the-bonds of double-bie'sed-
ness:--" Matrimony is like masonery, &o'one
knows the secret untit he is initiated., It is like
an eel-trap, very easily gotten into, but laugey
hard to get out of. It is',Iove, but too much fan-
'ning blows it out. It isNevetything that is con-
tradictory, sweet and bitter, just 's it was taken.
It short it is- -
"Like a glaring light
'Placed in a windows of a summer's night;
Alluring all 11e insects of the air-
To come and sitnge their pretty ringlets'there'?
Those who are out, butt heads against the pan@,
Those who are in, butt to get out again."
ONE OF THE BACHELORS.
.Apalachicola, July tlst, 1844.
'' For'th6 Commercial Advertiser.
"My name is Oracle,
"When I speak, let no dog bark."
It is time for people to look out for themselves,
for there are many unruly cur's about town,
There was one in particular, though generally a
"very amiable creature," having heard -th'at there
would be an important debate upon the questiDn,
whether his, and other species, of the brute crea-
tion were endowed with reason ? thought he would
attend and hear what could be made of' it. It
was soon proved beyond, all doubt by arguments,
which could'not be conitrdverted, that they were
not, which was of course, a very mortifying cir-
cumstance fo our friend, and worked him up to a
perfect frenzy. Had there not been superior be-
ings present, he would, in all probability, have
.barked most terribly. This being the case how-
ever, he restrained himself and *there arose im-
mediately in his breast a strong instinctive feeling,
of a desire to ridicule every thing that had been
advanced upon the negative of' the subject. ,Find-
ing it impossible to do this by taking What had
been actually said, he makes no reference to it.
But-arranges his own vulgar slang; mixed with a
few quotations and recollections from the "'Crock-
e t" almanac., into. a jumble of' words, which of
course, were without meaning or sense, for who.
.ver knew of anything sensible proceeding from
...-- .~ue-....- This-ridiculous composition, which
Tried him from his former condition to that of a
donkey, he gave out as the speech of one of
h he\principle debaters, at the same time, giving
the ,iitials of said debater's name, this is, the only
thin't!hat has redeemed it from the silent con-
tempt \vhich-it merits. Even that is excusable
however, wiien we consider the terrible state ot
excitement a'nd irritation under which he was
1libwirin it the'time. But there is yet hope for
the poor 41b6w, judging from the rapid march
-*f intellectual improvement, it will doubtless be
Sf jscovered i\-the Ccoiats' of *a. few years, notwith-
q.ta.idin, thbe`eci.ion of this debate, that brutes
are actually e14owed with reason, consequently a
government su able to their habits and capacity
will b lformedvnd the talents which have been
'." diplayed by'thei\ worthy advocate will soon raise
hi'm to soihe inRortant station, probably chief
Brayer in 'their principle councils. No longer
** wi. ha be condemner/to report Lycelam speeches,
th6Ugn the readers of this worthy paper, will
--deeply deplore his loss, / M
. ~ From the New 0rleans Bulletin.
,.At very cttrious correspondence has taken place,
:arid has been published by authority uf the Texan
-Government', between Captain Etliott, the British
Chag. d'Affaires in Texas, an-d Htun. Anson Jones,
the Texan Secretar'y of State. Thie concluding
letter of this correspondence, wh-ich is'all that is
necessary to an understanding of the whole, is
inserted belaw.
This letter' shows;--
1st. The extreme anxiety of the British Gov'-
-ermnent with regard to the negotiations pending
'" between the United States and Texas, and its
desiree to thwart them.


1, 21. That the influence (or authority) of the
British Government is exercised in 'Mexico to
i prevent a settlement ofdiaiculties between Me-
] xico and Texas, except oa condition tiat the
latter will 1 give assura ices," not to consent to be
'-annex.-d to~the United States.
'7" 3rd. Thkht every possible inducement, will be
'"held out to Texas, and every possible obstacle
"-:throwa in her way, to prevent'the incorporation
'of Texas into the Federal Union, and eapcialiy
'thit a reconciliation will speedily be produced
betweenn Mexico and Texas, on a basis cout'6rm-
,ablo to British policy, ,if Texas can be persuaded
toreliaquiih the project of Annexation.
4th. That the question of Annexation is e4-
Sentiijly anfl entirely a question between the Uni-
i ifed Stitea abnd Great Britain, and whether Ame-
rican .of.E-a.lish politics shall prevail on this con-"
tinenr.
We said above that the concluding letter,
Which We publish, is all that is necessary for a full
understanding of the whole correspondence.
There is, however, one point betrayed in the
first letter of Capt. Elliott,. which, we were not
before acquainted with, and which is remark-
able. Theteader will recollect that the United
States, on tho solicitation of Texas, proposed to
the English and French governments, that the
three po130r* should interpose jointly to procure a
treaty of p(ade and recognition of independence
between Mexicd and Texas, and that England
*declined the proposition, but immediately put
herselffrtward" to procure a settlement on her
own terms. It appears now, from Capt. Elliott's
letter to Mr. Jones, that, after this refusal to unite
with FranCe and the United States,- England"
madt her proposals to the bellingerent states
between which she was interposing, put her
plans, ). as was supposed, in a proper train, and
then effeted ajunctiba with, and the co-operation
* ofFraneL, without reference to the United States.
We, say nothing of the discourtesy implied in


Letters from Key West dated the 16th of June,
state lIhdt-On the.9th inst. the wrecking slooQ Globe
;Irri',.e4d iiere, having in charge the pilot boli schr.
L.I',yeite, oft'heBdlize,La, with eight negroes,
who it appears'hfad rn'away with her and got her
ashore near the Tborugas. They were to be de-
tained until the owners sent an agent and paid sal-
vage, &c.
The case of the British ship Wellington had
been arbitrated, and sixty, per cent,,decreed the
wreckers on the wet cotton, and on the lard and
lead; on the dry cotton fifty per cent.
Proceedings of Council.
'.COUNCIL CHAMBER,
Friday evening, 28th June.
Council refthis evening. Present D G Raney,
Mayor; Councilmen, Schiffir, Sirmiions, Farrior
and Clemetfs.
The minutes of the last meeting were read anid
approved.
The Clerk, reported that the bill of James Gib-
son, for $14; which was referred to the committee
on claims.
A communication was read from William Fbster,
foreman oi'.fEngine Co., No. 1, praying for the re-
movtl of the sand on the shell Walk-in market
street, and on the plank walk in Centre street, and
repairing said walks.
Mr. Farrior attired the following resolutions
which were adopted.
Resolved, That the Harbour Master, Marshal
and all other City Officers, make monthly returns
to the Treasurer of the City during the summer,
or.until such time as the council'nay meet in tile
-fall.
Resolved, That. during the. absence of E. J.
Wood and John W. Babcock,'two -of the com-
mhittee on contracts and improvements, that the
Mayor appoint two persons to fill said vacancies
ddirng 'their absencee.
Whereupon, Messrs Farrior and Clements, were
appointed.
Patrick Grady, askedfor the payment of fifty
dollars as part payment of contract for the grading,
Centre street. Which was allowed.
On motion the Council then adjourned.


To th4e citi z ne-s of X arian'a,
.,. ...-.-,./'. C. WOINf, 'gives notice to
,,-:...-.,- it' .," citizens of Mariapra, that he
^-.,;&.-..a_'7 "'*.1? on or about the 5th day of
July 6ext, ,be prepared .o repair WATCHES,
CLOCKS, &c., ip ttae st possible mfiner and
respectfully solicit,; the public patronage."'
"WVc- Those having work to do, will call soon,
as my stay will be short. je29 2t
oBarge Afloat ,
P)ICKED UP on or about the 1st inst., afloat
.-near the bedstead, in the lower B'ay a large
BARGE, such as are generally used in' the Flint
River trade. Any person or persons,. claiming
said barge, will please come forward within thir-
ty days from this notice, prove property, pay
charges and take her away, or the same will on
Monday, July 22d, be sold to pay expenses.
EDMUND AUSTIN.
Apalachicola, June 18, 1844. je22 1m


" FOR NEW YORK.-The first class*
1,lPaeket brig MOREA, Belson, w master.;
-bhaviQ her" entire cargo" e'giiagecd and
.going orh.board, will meet with bdespatch. or
passage having good'acomniodatron., ap[1-" to
NOURSE & STfONf ,-
Jy9 46 Water st.


Summer Arrangement.,
M T'fHE substantial, fast-rumnnin U
,|,^ ^y^ S. Mfail Boat SiRN Shhi pics,
Master, wil hereafter leave Apa-
lachicola evety MONDAY at 89
.o'clock, A. M., for Brown'@ ferry,, and-Wilt leavv
Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY, ana 0- '
-tahbochee every THURSDAY at`t2clbeekM.
The SIREN is neatly arfrarged,..and for thf*
convenience and accommodation- 6f passenger s iW
unsurpassed by any boat on fhe riter. .
VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLES& .
Apalachicola, June 15,1844. Ubnrraefor


j FOR RENT.-Any person visibmunr *
$ rent the House, known as "the "GP.Rui oi .
Ji~ffll6&-ALABAMA HOUSE," and0 t%.e sntl;
tenement adjoining it, will please apply to .," *
jel 3t JAS. F. FARRI YR;A.ee *^,
oig^,FOR RENT.- TheAfirst floor andp ,; :,
iliflloft of STORE No. 10 Columbus f.-'L.idl -.-
S ings, tpgether with a Countiig Ri,,-n- o. 'r
the second floor, if deired. Owing, to is prux-l
imity to the upper Cotlon Priess, ii is 60irCI'ctv
the best location ifi the City~for a Ship Ch;,',',_-iry
and Grocery Store. Anly't to"


C"O-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THOS. M.
DOYLE, ,of the late firm of DOYLE &
BUTMAN)" Triangle Buildings, New|Orleans,
hbas this day associated with him in business, Mr.
HENRY BIDWELL, and will continue the
'Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commission Busit
ness, at the old stand, under the name and firm
of "DOYLE & BIDWELL."
THOSE. M. DOYLE,
> HENRY BIDWELL.
New Orleans, Jul. 1st, 1844. jy6 1m


ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The Co-Partnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of ' DOYLE & BUTMAN,"
Ship Chandlers anid Grocers, Nos. 2 & 4 Delord
street, Triangle Buildings, is '"this day dissolved
by mutual consent. All claims due by said firm
are requested to.be presented,,and those indebted
to make payment to THOS, M. DOYLE, who
willcqntinue the above busifiess on h'is own ac-
count the naifie of the firm to be used in.liquida-
tion only. (Signed) THOS. Mq. DOYLE,
BENJ. BUTMAN.
Newv Orleans, June 15,, 1944. jy6 1m


je15 3t H. D. DART-_'. :.
"BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILD; NG,&"
Doyle & Bidiwelf' ",
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCFRO,)::
Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Frcdt L,'ee, "
and at No. 20 Natchez street'"
N. ORLEANS.
^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .DEAL-
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes%,, Turp'entine a. d
Window Glass, &c.' Will ]seep constantly on
hand, a:good assortment, -of the above, as i '*1lows :
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 nd 2;
White and Red Lead, dry,; Venectlip Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory BIJ ;
'Chroirie Greern and Saxon do;
Spanish and Ffench Brown;. ELu'e Black";
Green and Blue Verditter; .
Clirome Yellow andi Orange 'o'; '--
FINE 'COLORS :.-Ultamarinte and Cobailt; "
'Lallo`wv Lake anki 'Crfimson do; ,
Drop do. and An twyerp Blue; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; English do; )
Vandyke B.own; Turkery Umbr.e;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do; ,
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
':OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil; -
Paint Brushes from No. i .tb 6,000,000;
Varnish-do. of all sizes;.,
ash.T66ts from No. 1 to 8;. Badzer iair; "
Artists' Sabqle Filchrs, flat and round ;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair P1encils, 1 and i'4 in otgu '
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes; "
Marking. Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brT1hes; h; .
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained .arid Patent do;.
W h i t e w a s h a n d M o p d o ; . .. .
'Dusting, Fancyand Shaving brishe.; "
'Clothes an4 Hair do : Grate and Horse do;
Fancy Feater Dusters;
VARNISHES':-Copal, white; Coach, fd;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do,;,, "
Masticfoir Picturesg, &c. "
WINDOW GLASSL-2,300 boxs a_.. ted-d 1izes of ;
French, Erzlislh jnd American. *-:
OC I Mixed Paints of all colcrsfor .t,p:jrr Boats,,
Shipping and Plantation use; together-\ -^ _-
variety of articles in the Painiting line,- too num-
erous to mention. ;j5 6 3y
Rates of Whtarlage.
rnHE following are the Rattes ,..l Viia,'iags on
all Cotton, Merchandise, ,&c. landed or hilip-
ped from the Wharf at this Port: t "
On Cotton, per bale, landed. .."..Xl6ceni s
On shipped.... 6 "
On Goods 'er barre, anded, (esti-
rmating five e"cubic, feet or 200 Ibs. i.
nett, equa jto.,a barrel,)'. `.....3, "
On Goods, per barrel, shipped'.... 3,., <*
Salt$ per sack, landed......... .
",- sishipped .... ,,
Wood, per cord..;. ........ '23 ,
Lumbere per, M feet.......... 5.0 (,
Bricks, per MV',...... c50
Shingles, per M............. 12f "-
Sacks of,'meal, corn, oats, or
other merchandise, containing ::'.
not more than three bushels.-..2. "
All lumber, salt or merehandise,"9sh'iped on
board vessels or st.eam-hoats, from other vessels,
steamboats or raits, lying at the wlirf,' ,will be
:charged one \N'ha"rfage only '
Wharfage on cotton, or other merchandise land-A
ed, to be Patd'by the consignee; and' Whir s .p.*
ped by the party taking the bill of Lad.in..
All gods and merchandise not emEmrr,;ed .6
above will be charged at correspondingP,0-1.s.
Vessels, lighters and stearnbo)ts, iM 'Le' t 'r.v ; ...
Wharf, arid not receiving -.a- dischar_,-it v ..rg
will be required to pay for thie use ii tl), :. t .. i f '
sum of two'dollar and fifty cents per di', i;d t,
give way to vessels or boats landing or disc6i'r4, '
The following Article of the Rigugiljalic" c.,
Apalachicola Chaombei of Commerce, .. .;1 b"
strictly adhered to:- '. ':
"Cdnsignees of cotton shall beb allowed rr,< *
days for their cotton to reinqiB on the w'v -, A:
purchasers two day's, without incurring .'.'.
'wharfae', I'laiter n~i-,lficatit~n by the wt,.,r" "'-e', -"
"they allow it tq remain a longer time, the., ,ib'l:
incur 'an ,extra whariage ol.6 cents I..er bri,, 'c r
every twenty-four hours that it tenjajns th, '**;;-.
ter. Wood and'lumrber shall not" be all,,wd' to
remain more than twenty-four hours wvithn-ut in-
curring an extra wharfage for twent'-four hewn
thereafter."
All bills will be presented month'ly.:f< eol;c,
tion. -NOURSE &, STOlNI^
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1._S43. I:r. .


MARRIED.
In New York, on the 26thinst., at the Church
of the Ascension, by the Right Rev; Benjamin T.
Onderdonk, Bishop of the Eastern Diocess of.
New York', His. Excellency ; JOHN TYLER,
President of the Uni!ted Stated, to JULIA GAR-
DINER, eldest daughter of the late David Gar-
diner, Fsq.
,ri- Printersfee, not received.


Drugs and ....dlc"i"ies"
THE subscriber has taken the Store in Baltz-
ell's Buildings, formerly occupied by Mr. B.
T. Caro, and as early as 15th of May will open a.
stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c., &c., for
summer use, and in the fall will bave a large and
complete assortment for counitrymerchanti, planri
ters and physicians.
ap20 B. S. HAWLEY.


Sealed PropoSals
WILL be received by the undersigned, om-
missioners appointed by 'the County Court
of Jackson County, at the April term of said,
Court, in the year 1844, for buildifig a Bridge'
across the Chipola River, near Mariahina in said
county; the work to be completed within one
year from the date of the contract with the buil-
der; the contractor will be required t0gve bond-,
with good and sufficient security, to the County,
for the faithful performance of the work in the
amount of the contract; proposals to be directed
or handed to some one of the Commissioners on
or before the first day of July next. The County
Court has appropriated the sum of one thousand
dollars to be paid out of this year's taxes, (but
the Commissioners are of opinion that atleast
one half ot the money will be ready by the first of
April next,) the remainder will be paid out of' the
first monies raised by taxation the next year ; the
work is to, be done under the supervision of the
Commissioners. Below is a description of the
Bridge--it is'to be erected on the spot where the
Bridge wvas ,built by the United States, and the
same length", .(say about 1,100 feet) to .be raised
two feet higher at the west end, and from thence
ona level to the terminus of the old Bridge; the
mud sills (with the exception of those in the bed
of the river) are to be 18 feet long 12 inches thick,
to be sunk two feet below the surface of the
earth; those in the bed of the river to be 26 feet
long 14 inches square,; thee arches are to be fifteen
feet apart (with the ex'fep tion of those in the bed
of the river;) cap sills 16 feet long 12 inches
square'.; posts are to be the, same size; string
pieces to be oft the outside 32 feet long, so as to
lap on every other cap .Sill; the inside string
pieces, three in number, to be 16 feet long, all 7
by 12 inches ; there is to be' 4 aYches in the bed
of the river, (the river supposed to be about 85
-feet wide.) the timbers f11 mud sills and posts to
be 14 inches square; string pieces to be 10 by 12,
the Outside ones to lap as above, and the same
number to each arch, to be braced above and be-
low, with timbers 15 feet long 8 by 10 inches; all
the other braces required to be 8 feet long 6 by 8
incete,; girders to receive the posts, of Lard rails
to be 22 feet long, 3 inches thick, 12 inches wide,
one to every.ten feet, (pine lumber;) hand rails to
be 5 by 7, one above and one below; 6he posts on
which the rails rests to be the same size, 3j feet
long ; braces to hand rail posts to. he a3 by4 inches.
The whole of the timbers is to be of good heart
cypress, with the exception of the girders above
.named and the floor, which is to be of good heart
pine, two inches thick.
THOMAS GODWI ,N,
V WM. McNEALY,
THOMAS M. WHITE,
JAMES -L. G. BAKER,
*JOHN DAVIS,
JAMES J. PITTMAN,
Corhmmssioners.
-Marianna',- May 27, 1844. jeStljy


CLEARED.
Brig Lawrance Copeland, Baker, for Liverpool,
with 49S bales cotton and 48 sticks cedar.
Schr Mary Ann, Grierson, for New Orleans.
Schr Phrenologist, Sifvie, for St. Andrews..
Sloop Ehza Brown, Brown, for St. Marks.
Steamer Siren, Wheaton, for Brown's Ferry.
ARRIVED.
Brig Morea, Benson, fm New York, via. Pensa-
cola, to Nourse & Stone.
Schr S & T Parsons, Smith, 4 dys fm N Orlenidi,
to master.
Sloop Eliza Brown, Brown, fm St. Marks.
Steamer Agnes, Rynear, fm Columbus.
Steamer Siren, Wneaton, fm Bainbridge'.
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per steame" Agnes-7 bales cotton to Harper-&
HdImes; 5 to McKay & Hartshortie; 95 to brder.
IMPORTS
NEW YORK-Per brig Morea-90 pkgs mdte
to Nourse & Stone; 13, to Farfidr & Co; -2to 1 G
Raney; 1 to T H & C H Austin; 3 to Harper &
Holmes; 33 to Roberts, Alien & Co. ; 7 to McKay
,z Hartsiorne; 3 to Dodge & -Gardner; 2 to D B
Wood & Co. ; 4 to Preston & Maclay; 16 to Lock-
hart & Young.
NE W ORLEANS-Per schr S.& T Parsons-
37 bbls pork, 15 do meal, 41 do flour, 20 do bread,
3; si\s corn .rid 13 do oats to order.


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(: NOTICE.-WM. H. HUGHES, is my
duly authorized agent during my absence from
the Territory. SAM'L. SCHIFFER.
Apalachicola, July 6th, 1844. 3t
W-NOTICE-R. CROCKETT KERR, is my
legally authorised agent during my absence from
the Territory. HEZ. SMITH.
Apalachicola, June 24, 1844. je29 3t
NOTICE.--During my absence from the
Territory Mr. GEO. J. TAFT, is my duly au-
tMorized agent. E. J'. WOOD.
Apalacnicola, June 20th, i844. je22 3t
NOTICE.-JAMES RUAN; Esq., is my
duly authorised Agent during my absence, from
the Territdry. BENJ. HURD.
Apalaehicola, June 20, 1844. je22 3t


{f NOTICE.-JOS.*'W. HAMMOND, Esq.,
is my duly authorized agent, during my absence
from the Territory. JNO. W. BABCOCK.
Apalachicola, June '20, 1844.

FOR SALE--15 or 20,,000 feet of clear White
Pine; also, a lot of White Oak Plank, and
other lumberr' Apply as above.
je22 3t JNO. W. BABCOCK.


Kobbery-$!O0 Reward :
ON FRIDAY the 14th ult.,"the Office of the
subscriber, was entered during his absence,
by some person, who forced the wooden drawer
of an iron safe, (the outer door key, having been
left in the lock,) and took therefrom .3S) in gold.
Whoever Will give such information a4 will lead
to the detection of the thief, even though the
money 11-wuld not be recovered; shall receive
th'e above reward of OWe Hundred D61lars.
HENRY R. TAYLOR.
Apala.hicola, JIly 14t, 1844 jy6 2t


Runaway Negro!
COMMITTED TO JAIL, this day, a
n" negro slave, answering the. following des-
"'^ cription: complexion light black, about
',,,a,.- sixteen years of* age; 5 feet 03 inches in
height and i answers readily when questioned;
has a scar on the tbrehead over the left eye a'ind
anotherr. on the breast;, had on when It ake'"
up, white wool hat badly wdrni, kersey pants, os-
naburg shirt, and says that when he left home,
he wore -nahkeen pantaloons, says his name is
"Robert" and belongs to Angus Fenhyson, of
Gadsden county, Fla. The owner of' said negro
will please take notice, prove property pay
charges and take him away, or he will be sold
according to law. C. J. SHEPARD,
Sheriff of Franklin county.'
Apalachicola' June 29th, 1844. 6mupf.
6TTARRISON" APPLE CIDER.-A superior


Take Notice I
P. CKED UP on the 1st inst, about four miles
from the city, afloat drifting down, a large
BARGE, nearly new; from 60 to 70 feet long, and
in good order. The owner or owners of said
Barge, are hereby notified to come forward, pay
charges and take her away, or at the expiration
of thirty days from date, the same will be sold to
pay expenses. For further information, pply at
this Office or to JAMES P. ROAN.
Apalachicola, July 6, 1844. "1 3t


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Roberts, Allen & Co.O/"
AVE on hand-and for sale; ,
,H1 Sheet and bar Iron; Black3rinth's Tclls;
German, English Bliter T rid Cat 'ste, ;
Cauldron Keitles from 20 to 120 gallst
Hollow W,\%are, wholesale and real1
'Wrought and Ctm Spikee; Naile.;
Brass Andiious ; Fire Irons; : ,-'
Platform Scales. Ben.ms and Balla-Btz;
Tin Ware of all kinds, whole-,ale S.tail.
( Also, a general assorttrient ,f Hard.ar..
They are also prepared to attexid toip y or'.er-
for Ir6n or Brass Castings, Blacksi.ithing, T:-.-
Copper or Sheet Iron work, or' Tin .,nd Con.,.
Rooting on rea.aonable terms. jiml ly
O N CONSIGNMENT.-2W0 bbl- c4. rte qej?
Beef, in prime order, put ti.t #.i0. tf'.r
family use. For sale bv .^- .
WCBiTE'R.,4 1 FA0RRIOR McGlF..
Sjel, 44 alt r .r .


-1. article of Geo. S. Badger's manufacture,
in barrels for sale by _


FTRE -H BUTTER.-17 ke.s,;Goshen Butter,
_1 a prime article, just received from New', York
per brig Morea. For sale by
NURSE & STON "',
jy6 46 Water street.


NOURSE & STONE,
46 Water street.





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L. W. Spratt,.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR At LAW.
WILL 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 regn-
qar 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.
Win. Sydney Green, 1M D.
R. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres-
singkLs gratitude to his patrons; andto assure
them tl it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
der hi lf mote useful in his profession. .
Office on Cefntte-, near Water street. dec25
C HAIRS! ChairsS'. -Received per ship;
Matianna-.-
10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs,
3 curled "
2 Boston Rocking Chairs,
1 Mahoganriy "
i Also-Sofas, Sideboards, Beaureaus Tables,
Bedsteads, Washslands, -Curled Hair Mattrasses,
Feathers, &c., all of which will be sold low for
Cash, by PETER HOBART.
nharch4


UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York.
THE undersigned respectfully
inform the Old Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
DRY, formerly known as "JAMES
CONNER'S" and mo r recently as
"CONNER & COOK'S," and the pub-
lic in general, that they are prepared to execute
orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c.,
and every other article necessary to form com-
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable
terry, and6of as good a quality as any other es-
tabl, tn'tnhe United States.
The Type cast at :this Establishment, is, both
in style of face, and 'the'material of which it is
made, particularly adapted for service in News-'
paper Printing.
W- All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order.
N. B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above
three times, previous to November next, Will be
entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four
times the amount of the three insertions.
JAMES CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st, 1844. j'8 3m


Accommodation 14itges;
"- <_-- THE subscriber begaseve eto'
---_ inform the public, that he. hi
W,; on hand two good TWO HORSE
CARRIAGES, one he intends keeping in Talla-'
hassee, and the other at his old stand? at Chatta-
hooehee, ready to run, at all times whenever call-
ed upon., and on very atecommnodating terms. Hid
Horses and Carriages are good, and his drivers
careful and obliging, and 'from his endeavors td,
please att accommodate the public heretofore, h4
confidently hopes for a continuance of favor antd
patronage. REUBEN SCOTT.
Chattahoochee, Fla., April 1, 1844.
80- The Stage will be found at the Planters
Hotel, Tallahassee. apl6 3m


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,


LEGAL NOTICES.

Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
S Robert J. Floyd, comp't.,
... i IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, etal, RY.
'" defendants.
IT appearing to the Court from affidavit filed in
This cause, that said Lewis Curtis and George
Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola Land
Company, and said John M. Berrien and David
' Selden, who are defendants in said cause, reside
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: the
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the- said Berrien and Selden in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space of four months
m the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of thew, to appear and answer, otherwise the
ScomplAinants bill will be taken pro confesso;
. against them (a copy-teste.)
-, GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. fel 4m
Franklin Su ierior Court.
I AT CHAMBERS.
Robert May, comp't., 1


THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIP
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office, No. 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 vary de-
scription of personal Property,
AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.
R. W. MARTIn, Secretary.
DIRECTORS.
J. SMYTH1 ROGERS, ROB'T McCOSKRY,
JAMES-BRYAR, HENRY PARISH,
J A M E S MicBRIDE, REUBEN WITHERS
TJOHN ADAMS WILLIAM SCOTT,
JOHN HAGGERTY, F. SUYDAM,
G. C. VERPLANCK, PETER. NEVIUS,
JOHN JOHNSTON, RIGHARD IRVIN,
JOS. KERNOCHAN, C. V. S, ROOSEVELT,
JOHN I. PALMER, E. D. HURLBUT,
-P. LORILLARD. GEO. 'P. POLLEN,
JAMES MCLCALL, WM. OLGATE,
LOWELL HOLBROOK.'
The undersigned hav behe appointed agents*
of the above Company, and are 4,thpowered to is-
-sue policies of insurance against loss or damage
by fire, on as favorable terms as other good offices.
NOURSE & STONE,
Apalachicola, March 23,1844. 46 Water st.


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. mll 6w


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. Mitig, deceased.
SUSAN A. IING,
Marianna, April 25, 1844. my4 4W


OTICE.-Four weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Hon. R. H. Long, -Judge of the O6un-
ty Court of Jackson County, for an allotment of
my dower in the redl estate of Lackland M.
Stone, deceased. HANNAH D. STONE.
Marianna, April 25, "'1844. my4 4ty


1


OTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of'the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of
dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.
H. B. STONE, Administrator.
Apalachicola, May '16, 1844. myl8 6m


Thomas ]. NGray,
HAVING 'opened a Tailoring
Establishment :in the room lately
occupied by D. H. Pallais, Esq.
waitch-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.


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


VS.
e .IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al., A
'" : defendants. J
IT appearing to the-Court from affidavit filed
in this cause, that said Lewis Curtis and
George Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola
LandCompany, and said John M. Berrien and
SDavid Selden, who are defendants in said cause,
reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit:
the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the said Berrien and Selden, in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper,
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defenda-its. and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
Complainants bill will be take pro confesso:
Against them. (a copy-teste)
a .. GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
S Apllachicola,.May 30th, 1844. jel 4m


THE ET-NA INSURANCE COMPANY of
Hartford, Conn.--The undersigned agent for
the said Company, is prepared to issue policies of
Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on
rivers, on favorable tetms. The capital of the
above company is large and invested in the safest
possible manner, and its sdttlement'of losses has
always been ,prompt and liberal.
DANM J. DAY, Agent.
Apalachid6dla, April 8, '1844.


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-
aolph, late of said county, deceased.
FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor.
Marianna, Feb. 1st,14844. feb5 6m

NOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
Sto the Juage of the County Court for Frank-
4in county, for otters of dismission from the ad-
ministration of the estate of Martin Snyder, 'ate
of said county deceased.
'Dec 25, 1843. B. F. NOURSE, Extr.
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


Tailoring.
[zg TERMS- Cash on Delivery. 40
Sptrig and Summer Fashions just received.
i STHE subscriber respectfully
informs the Citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and its vicinity, that having
for the Sunimer located himself at
the Office of R. J. Moses, Esq., on
Chestnut street, is prepared, and
will be pleased-on reasonable
terms--to'execute all orders in his
i .line of business, in the latest styles
-- and'warranted to suit.
N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to.
JAS. C. COLEMAN.
Apalachicola, June 1st, 1844. iel ff


T HE subsriber, agent for the PROTECTION
INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartfdrd,
Conn., with full power to receive proposals and
to issue po0idies on as favorable tefins as dther
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In-
!and risks. The reputation of this company for
settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.


Tax Notice
N conformity with an Ordinance, passed by,
the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa-
lachicola, Match 22d, 1844, entitled "An Oridin-
ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City."
I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied tipon, and will on the 16th day of De-
cember next-, at i'1 o'clock, A. M.-, in front of 'the
Apalachicola Exihange, proceed to sell at pftiblic
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol-
lowing described property, as vill bring double
the amount annexed, together with all costs and


Stbetrer harlKston.
fTHE new, splendid and fast
running steamer CHARLESTON;
FPeerian, Master, will, in connec-
nection with the LOWELL, make
'regular semi-Weeldy trips between Eufaula and
Apalachicola, arid ill intermediatee landings, and
when the condition'of the river will warrant will
tun 'to Columbus.
The Chaflestdns % nearly arranged for the com-
frt'arid 'Convenience dif passengers, and withal,
i a large, wvel built craft, capable df carrying as
mhch freight, with perfect safety, as any boat on
the Chattahoochee, and can afford to do it as
cheaply. For freight or passage, apply to either
JOHN M. MOORE,
WM. A. SCANDRETT & Co.
Agents Eufaula.
MOORE & McKENZIE,
McKAY & HARTSHORNE, ..
febi9 Agents ApalachicofA.


L. A. LeGay, I
(AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,)
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
i TAKES this method of infob-m-
ing the public, that he has jast
returned from New York With a
new and splendid assortment of
JEWELRY,
Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Wa'tches, 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.,tle
Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell
low for cash.
FULL JEWELED GOVD WATCHES AS tREAP AS
SEVENTY DOLLARS.
All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired) and
warranted to perform well.
N. B. Persons residing in Apalachicola-, ot
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 despatd h as
though his establishment were in Apalathicola.
Columbus, Ga., Ot. 15, 1843., 40 tf -


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,, 1844. ap2Q 2m


charges of sale.


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Imp'd C2
Imp'd A
Imp'd A2
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Lots.
1
4
15
-2 & 3
3
4
9 & 12
1

5&16
11
6
9
6& 7
7
3
2
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11
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To whom -assessed. $ et
A. T. Bennett,.......... 22 0

C. E. Bartlett,.......... 8 7
L. Birdsal,............ 2 5
J. C. Birdsal .......... 2
Calhoun & Bass, ....... 10 (
-Iohn Evans/............- 2
IC. Edmondon,....... 29 (
ohn Gilmoi,......... 2
F. R. Griffin-,......... 1 (
Estate of John Gillispie, 2
Jacob Harvey,......... 7
John Kerns,... ......... 3
John Kennedy,........ 25
J-. C. Love,............ 3 (
William Low,......... 3 (
Charles McKinney,..... 5 (
I Martin.............. 4 2
MitchellMarzell,....... 3 2
Jno. T. Myrick,........ 5 (
Joseph Mitchell,....... 4
K. McKenzie,...,b ..... 5 (
R. Maitland & sons,.... 7
Peter and Jos Mfitchel.. 6 (
A. J. Norris,. ":.*-.. 3
Ogden & Fergusorn,.... 1
Dan'l. Ryan, ........; 38
John Ragan,.......... 2 2
Frank W hite,...-,..... 31
Thos. L. Wingate,..... 2
H-enry Williams,..,..... 6
PETER HOBERT,
City Tax Colltctoil.
June 7th. 1844. je15 6m


OTICE.-All persons having claims 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 WrOOD, Administrator.
Apalachicola, April 10, 1844. apl3 2m


75
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NOTICE.-All persons are here-
/S ^ by cautioned against crediting the
* MOfficdi's or Crews of either of the
steamnboats CHARLESTON" or
" COLUMBUS," on aiccont of said boats, as no
debts contracted on acdofnt of either of the said
Boats will be regarded dfs binding on either the:
Boats or undersigned-. WM. S' NELL.
Columbus, Ga., June 19th, 1844. je29 3t


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


I


Sealed Proposals
W ILL be received by the undersigned, Com-
missioners appointed by thf County Coumt
of Jdckson County, at the Apri; termin of said
Court, in the year 1844, fof building a Bridge
across the Chipola River, near Ajarianna in said-
county; the work to 'be completed within one
year 'fom the date of the ontiact with the buil-
der; the contractor will be required to give bond,
with good and sufficient security, to the County,
for the faithbfet performance bf the work in the
amount of the contract; proposals to bedirected
or handed to someone of the Commissioners on
or before the first day of -Jily next. The County
Court has appropriated t4e sum of one thousand
dollars to be paid out o this year's taxes, (bout
the Commissi'oners are'of opinion that at least
one half of the money will be ready by the first oft
April next,) ttte remaindet will be paid outof the'
first fhoni'es raised by taxation the next year; the'
work is to be cione under the supervision of the
Commissioners. Below is a description of the'
Bridge-it is to be erected '0n the spot where the
Bridge was built by the united States, and the
same length, (say about 1,100 feet) to be raised'
two feet higher at the west 'end, and from thence
on a level to the kteminus 'of the old Bridge; the-
mud sills (with llhe exception of those in the bed'
of the river) are Io be 18 feet long 12 inches thick,-
to be fink two feet below the surface of the"
earth; "those in the bed of the river to be 26 feet-
long 14 inches square; the arches are to be fifteen
feet apart (with the exception of those in the bed
of the river;) cap sills 16 feet long 12 inches-
square; posts are to be the same size; string
pieces to be on the MotSide 32 feet- long, so aisTo..
lap on every other cap sill; the inside string
pieces, three 'in number, to be 16 feet long, all 7
by 12 inches"; there is to be 4 arches in the bed
of the river, (the river supposed to be about 85'
feet wide.) the timb&s'fo? mud sills and posts to
be 14 inches square; ,string pieces to be 10 by 12,-
the outside ones to lap a above, and the same
number to each arch, to be braced above and be-,
low, with timbers i5 feet long 8 by 10 inches; all
the other bracs &'eqbired to be 8 feet long 6 by 8'
inches; girders to receive the posts of hand rails
to be 22 feet long, 3 inches thick, 12 inches wide,
one t'o every ten feet, (pine lumber,) hand rails to
be 5 by 7, one aboVe and one belowv ; the posts on
whidh the rails rests to be the same size, 3j feet
long; braces to haid railpbosts to be 3 by inches.
The whole of the timbers is to be of ood heart
cypress, with the exception of the girders above
named and the &oot, which is to be of good heart
pine, two inches thick.
THOMAS GODWIN,*
WM. McNEALY,
THOMAS M. WHITE,
JAMES L. G. BAKER,
JOHN DAVIS,
S. JAMES J..,PITTMAN,
Commissioners.
Marianna, May 27, 1844. je8tljy
AINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
P 100 kegs White Lead;
5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp;
75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes;
100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes;
Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &c.-
,Just received, and for sale by
B. S. HAWLEY,
jel tor. Chestnut & bmimerce steets,,


$250 Reward !
WHEREAS, on the night of the 18th instants
the dwelling house of George S-. Hawkins,
Esq., was destroyed by fire, and is supposed to be
the act of some incendiary. Now therefore, by
virtue of the powes in me vested, as Mayor of
the City of Apalachicola, I hereby offer a reward
of TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS
for the apprehension and conviction of the person
or persons committing the act; and it is further
enjoined and required of all Officers and good
citizens, to use diligence in detecting the offenders.
Given under my hand, in the City of Apalachi-
cola, this 20th day of June, A.D. 1844.
je22 It DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor..


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


OTICE-The partnership heretofore existing
J in this place between the subscribers under
the firm of PRESTON & MACLAY," is this
day dissolved by 'mutual consent.
THOMAS PRESTON,
J. C. MACLAY.
Apailachicola, .May 8th, 1844. mll lm
OTICE.-The co-patnership heretofore ex-
isting in this place between the subscribers,
under the firm of MOORE & MAKFNZIE, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
JOHN M. MOORE,
WILLIAM A. McKENZIE.
Apalachicola, May 18, 1844.


An Oftinance
Providing for the arrest of offenders &c.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor ari
Council of the City of Apalachicola, That in a1.
cases, upon complaint being made of the violation
of any ordinance of said city to the Mayor, he
shall have full power a-d authority to issue his
warrant directed to the Marshal of said city, col-
maading him to arrest the;person or persons cort-
plairted against, and detain him, her or them utitil
otherwise ordered by the Mayor.
Sec. 2 Be it further ordained, That in all eses
when judgment may be rendered in the Mayo'r's
Court against any person for a violation of any of
the ordinances of said city, the Judge of said
Court may remit such portion of said judgment as
in his opinion may be proper, when its appearing
that such offence was committed under mittigating
eitcunstances.
Passed by Council 30th May, 1844.
DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.


Apalachicola,


Rnnaway Negro!
'COMMITTED TO JAIL, this d y, a
'negro slave, answering the following des-
cription: complexion light black, ,bout
sixteen years of age; 5 feet 3 inches in
height and answers readily when queStioed;
has a scar on the forehead over the left tye .and'
another on the breast; had on when tdken
up, white Wool hat badly worn, kersey pan'ts,os-
naburg shit't, and says that when he lft hhome,
he wore nankeen pantaloons, says his name is
, Robert and belongs to Angus Fenhysong of
Gadsden county, Fla. The owner of Aaid negro
will please take notice, prove property, pay
charges and take him away, or he will be sold
according to law. C. J. SHEPARD,
Sheriff of Franklin county.
Apala_'hi.ola. June 29th, 1844. 6mupf


*^


An Ordiltance
To raise a Fund for the City Hospital.
Section 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor &nd
Council of the City of dppalachicola, That from
and after the first day of September next, the
following taxes shall be levied upon all passengers
arriving in said City by sea viz: Upon each and
every passenger by sea, coast\vise, the sum of fifty
cents, and upon each and evey passenger arriving
by sea fropn any foreign country, the sum of two
dollars.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordainted, That the own-
er or master of each and every vessel arriving at
this port, after the first of September next, shall
render without delay, under 'oath, to the Trea-
surer of said city, a true and full amount of all
passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owner
or master of such vessel, shall pay to the Trea-
surer of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and
every passenger, for which tak the vessel shall
also be held liable; and any owner or master of
such vesselt, refusing or neglecting to comply with
the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable to
said City in the penalty of fifty dollars.
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained. That the fund
arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be reserved
and used only for the benefit of the City Hospital,
under such regulations as the Mayor and Council
may prescribe.
Passed by Council 20th June, 184.44
DAVID G. RANEY-, Mayor.


CORDAGE & OAKUM.-
75 Coils of Manilla Cordage, assorted;
25 baies Oakum, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER.
apl6 40 Water street.


SUNDRIES.-10 bbls Cider Vinegar;
2 bbis t'opperas; 8 mats Cassia;
6 chests Teas, green, black, &c.
10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutinegs and Cloves
10 boxs 'dound Pepper; 4 do Spices;
5 baskets Salad Oil; 5 kegs Bar Lead;
30 bags Shot, assorted; 1 case Sardines;
5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves;
5 do Tomhato Catsup, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
pnlp 40 Water street.


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A XES.- A fresh ldt of heavy Kentucky Axes,
just received and for sale by
apl3 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.


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W INDOW GLASS.-10 box superior 10 x 12
and 12 x 14, window glass, for sale by
CHESTER, FARRIOh & McGRIFF,
iel 44 Water street;


P LOT AND NAVY BREAD.-50 bbls Pilot
50 do Navy, for sale by
f~b5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


INSURANCE AGENCIES.


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March 23, 1844.


Snifimer Arrangement.
THE substantial fast-running U
fS. Mail Boat SIREN, Sharpless-
Master, will hereafter leave Apa-
lachieola every MONDAY at Y
o'clock, A. M., for Brown's Ferry, and will leave
Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY and- Chat-
tahoochee every THURSDAY at 12 o'clock, M.
. The SIREN is neatly arranged, and for the
convenience and accommodation of passengers is
unsurpassed by any boat.on the river.
VAN VEGHT.PN & SHARPLESS,
Apalachicola, June 15, 1844. Contractors.


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


Franklin Siuperior Cour-t.
S. AT CHAMBER'3.


.. Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't.
vs.
Dodge, McDougald, Calhoun.
S and Bass, trustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-,
chicola Lot Company; N CHANCERY.
Lewis Curtis and George N
Griswold, trustees of the
Apalachicola Land Co.;
-- Myers, assignee in
bankruptcy of George W.
Ross, defendants.
IT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in
,this cause that said Daniel McDougald, James,
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis
and George Griswold; and Myers, reside
beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the
said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the
.--state-6f- New York; and the said Bass in the state
of.Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
Slished once a week for the space of four months
.Jbefore the ensuing term of this Court, in the
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in
this District, requiring said defendants to appear
and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
be taken pro confesso: against them.
'' (copy teste)
IpIco GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 31st, 1844. jel 4m
Apalachicola District of Florid a.
In Superior Court-Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.

David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
T appeating to the Court by affidavit, that the
J said David D. Churchill, the above defendarit,
STesidebeyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
out o.4ae'e Territory of Florida, bat within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in some newspaper published in the city of
Apalachicola, once a week for four months, re,
quiring him to appear and answer the said bill of.
complaint on or before the expiration of that
time, or the-said bill will be taken as confessed
against him, and such further order given in the
premises as to the Court may seem justice.
(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL,
J. & L. BRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4m
Franklin Superior Court.
Spring Term, 1844.
A. G. Semmes,
vs. Damages $500-Attatchment.
:. Elias Simnpson,)
Tr'HE defendant and all persons interested are
HJ notified `f the institution of the above suit,
and are reqt red to appear and plead as required
bylaw: A. G. SEMMES.
Apalachicola, Jan. 18, 1844. apl20 3m
Franklin Superior Court.
Spring Term, 1844.
Hyllyer Bush & Co.
vs. Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Wm. H. Shepherd.
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 County, at the Spring
term of said Court, 1844, for a foreclosure of said
mortgage. A. G. SEMMES, Riff's Att y.
Apalachicola, Nov. 24, 1844. apl20 n
Franklin Superior C Ort.
Wm. Lawrence, I
vs. Bill of DWerce.
Elizabeth Lawrence, formerly
Elizabeth Burns. J \
HE defendant in this case will tak notic
that on the first day of October nex, I wil
proceed to take the depositions of Ti fy Smith
in the above case at the Clerk's Officen the City
of Apalachicola, at which time and place the
the said defendant may attend.
R. J. MOSES, Att'y for Pl'ff.
Apalachicola, June 25, 1844. je29 3m
In Jackson Superior Co'rt,
To the Spring Term, 1844.
James Boon,)
Vs. s LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
Oz Piety Boon.
THE defendant in said case, will take notice
"* that we shall proceed to take the testimony
; of Dr. Nathan J. Pittmdn, William Gay, William
Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the
sixth day of May next, at 10 o'clock, A.M., at
f ,. the store of ,Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount,
"4. North Carolina, by interrogatories now filed with
c Clerk of said Court.
" * YONGE & TAYLOR,
a.r Sohicitors for Complainant.
"n Mariaana, April 24, 1844. ap9 lm


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Commission Business.


FOR RENT.-Any person wigbing to
rent the House-, known as the "GEORGIA
.& ALABAMA HOUSE," and the small
tenement adjoining it-, Will please apply to
jel 3t JAS. F. FARRIOR, Agent.
SFOR RENT.-The first floor and upper
loft of STORE No. 10 Columbus Build-
ings, together with a Counting Room on

the second floor, if desired. Owing, to itd prox-
imity to the upper Cotton Press, it is undoubtly,
the best location in the City for a Ship Chandlery
anid Grocery Store. Apply to
|e15 3t H. D. DARDEN.


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New York, March 12th, 1844.
00- 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 of iall kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted wpon 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 drawnt 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 78 Pehl street. '


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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: July 6, 1844
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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>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY., JULY 6,, 1844. [NUMBER 2Q. 1

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fOill ERVUL ADVERTISER CARDS. AUTHORITY. east, where the toivn of Columbus is'now situated I Preamble and Resolutions. '

pUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY and they are further authorized connect I WHEREAS: a large number of emigrants have

BYADOMINGE Wm. G. Porto LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF said bridge with that point of Hamilton ;county, located themselves on Lake Worth, Jupiter Narrows

& J. L. WYMAN.OSce DEALERS IN GOODS AND ixjtit COMMISSION1MERCHANTS. FLORIDA.PASSED which projects out between the two river'sif they ,and Indian River, on the Southern coast of y
It. AT THE TWENTY-SECOND SESSION OF THE think proper, and'they shall, be allowed to charge of Florida; and whereas, great embarrassments, 1

third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of 1\0.41 Water Street, LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, 1844. such rates of toll as may be from time to'time established ate encountered b) those emigrants, in the want

: Commerce & Chestnut streets, nov25 *-v Apalachicola, Fla. by the county court of Columbia county. of ,a safe, communication, to remove their goods
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That all the and chattels from their former homes; the navigation

McKay Ilartsho roc, No. 80. rights and priveleges, profits and emoluments of .of the coast of Florida, generally) being considered -
iT THREE llOLI,. RS,'PER.ANNUM, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AN ACT relative to Roads and Highways in said Bridge, be, and they are hereby vested in aan g erou9. And whereas, the encourag

PAYABLE IN AL ANCE.idvcrtisenients 1'0.to Water street, Nassau county. 'the said Joseph B. Watts, Francis Jones, 'David ing the settlement of that portion of the Territory "

of ten! lines" or less (twenty lines nevI _Apalachicola Florida. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Platt, Enoch Hall, A. Vann,and Loud and Sadler, bordering on the Atlantic of vast importance

or more w proportion;) conspicuously inserted JEREMIAH DAY. Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, or as many of them as slall'form said Company, the General Government; in a humane,as well &:to R
following rates : DANIEL J. DAY. That from and after the ; of this act the of view And whereas
at the J. passage their heirs, executo3,administrators and assigns, military point ,with. the assistance
Cheveor: .... ....X10 00 I'' One month.. .. $2 50 'COMMISSION Day & 'Co., inhabitants of Nassau county, who by law are for the team of ten years from and after the pas- of the Government,an inland water communication .

5i months,..... ...7 00 I' Three weeks,. ....2 00 No. 52 Water MERCHANTS, made liable to road labor, shall in no case be required sage of this act, provided they shall keep said can be opened from the city of St.
Three months--5 00 'I Two wee s.1 50 iah81y street, to perform said labor out of 'their respec- Bridge in proper repair so as a loaded wagon and AuguStine. Cape Florida<<; by a few :'tniles: of ..
1'0 moaths.4! 00 I One insertion,.....1 00 Apalachicola Fla. tive road districts, or be called more than fifteen team can at all times pass without danger.Sec. can '1ing, which In time oif war would DC'invaluable =

''tVhea airertisenients are sent without any spe W. A. & P. C. Kain, miles from their place of residence.Sec. 3. Be it furter enacted, That the privileges for the purpose of transporting troops and

cial directions as to the number of insertions COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 2. Be it further enacted, That the inhabitants now granted to David Platt by charter for Territory munitions of war, to various points on the exposed '

retired, it will be understood that they are tobe No. 4 Columbus Block. of Amelia Island, liable as aforesaid, be and approved Feb. Sth, 1839 be continued until frontier of Florid, and in the meanwhile af-

published UNTIL FORBID; they will there- Apalachicola. they are hereby authorized to prefoim one half of said Bridge shall be completed, and should the i ford to the emigrants every facility for settling.Be .

fora be continued at our discretion, and charged Liberal advances made oh Cotton shipped to such road labor, as by law may be 'required of Bride; after its erection be distroyed by freshetsor it therefore Resolved y the Governor and ,

according to the foregoing rates. Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also in them, in working the roads on said Island. any other way, the privileges granted in "said: Legislative Council of the Territory of Florid f'

l,.,i t;. viu'jieafs; : of which the term of pub- store. nevi ly Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That every per charter shall be again revived. That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is

,;'i:1 i iJ ;wi by law, will only be excepted D. son other than an overseer of any 'road district, Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That it shall be hereby. requested, to lay this !subject in its proper-
frjn: the d.'h\'C rule.. B. Wood & Co., may commute the whole, of any part of his road unlawful for any person to establish and keep a light, before Congress, and,urge'":1pon Congress: n g

Tothosj \,.j,) alvertisc by the year a liberal dis- COMMISSION No. 29 Water MER C H ANT S. labor by paying to 'the overseer of his division, ferry or Toll Bridge within two miles of said the propriety of appropriating immediately, a !
corit .vill be jiiis; but all advertisements not janl street. within three days after he shall be named to ap bridge, unless the same be toll free, and for his, I sufficient sum for cutting a canal .between the '

,tool: pertaining to their own business, as Apalachicola, Fla. pear and work on the road, at the"rate of fifty cents her or their own individual use. head waters.of Matanzas river and Smith's creek., ,

well a.; all bgal advertisements: in by them, Harper & Holmes, for each day's labor he may be liable for. .I Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That this act a distance estimated at 'about, ten miles, and between
will) be ciiarged at the usual rates. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Sec.. 4. Be it further enacted, That all forfeitures shall at all times be subject to be amended or repealed the head waters ofrMosqmto South Lagoonand

All aa-puncements: bf candidates for oiTice, will No. 51 Water street, incurred by the delinquency of any person I by any future Legislature of Florida Indian river,a distance of seven hundred and

becured: FIVE DOLLARS: during the canvass, jah29 Apalachicola, Fla: I I 'subject to road duty, and all cbmmutotion money Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That if the twenty-five yards, also between the South_ Prong
pivable in all cases in advanced __ collected, shall be laid out, ,and expended in work of building the said bridge as described and of Jupiter river and Lake Worth, a distance of ''
:
All Communications, (when admissible,) of a David G. Raney" I. hiring hands to work on the roads in the district ih allowed by the provisions of this act shall not be abdiitjane mile. 1' ,, .. #

perswal or individual nature, or puffs of new COMMISSION,,, FORWARDING MERCHANT" ': which such money, shall be 'recovered, or 'in commenced within six months and completed Be.it further resolved, That.a copy of the foregoing

inventions: goods, &.c., will be charged for as AND DEALER IN GOODS, otherwise repairing and improving the same under within two years from and after the passage and preamble and resolutions, be duly authenticated
advertisements, at our discretion. K o. 43 Water stre t.Jan29 the direction of the commissioner'of said district. approval of this act, then, and in that case, all and forwarded to the Honorable David

tin Apalachicola, Fla. Sec._. .5.- Be it further. enacted. .That. if any person the rights granted in this charter, shall be forfeited Levy 1-, and Kv-01 -him.-tn-- HA bid.before,r.nncno---t).ess. ,

(5* The following gentlemen are our authorized B. Ellison &; Co., liable to work upon roads shall fail to perform -. : And Provided further That said bridge shall Approved 15th February, 1844. ,
such labor, dr neglect to pay the commutation -- be so constructed as not to obstruct the navigation -
and DEALERS IN
agents; they are empowered to receipt'for MISCELLANEOUS GOODS
,
the payment of any subsriptions, advertisements AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, money within the three days above specifiedhe 'of the said river above said Bridge. Report and Resolutions of the Committee on the
shall be liable to the penalties and forfeitures 15th March 1844. State of the t-t i
or other printing, to be forwarded to us:-' 1\o. 33 Water street, Approved, Territory.
J. HOLLINSWOUTH,;New Orleans, La. dec ly Apalachicola, Fla. provided by the law in force at the passage of The Committee on the. tate.of the ,Territory'', [ '

B G. ALDERMAN, Marianna, Fla.J. E. R. FLEWELLEX. 1 1. \I. BUTT. this act. No. 84. to which was referred,the' communication? of the 'r '
Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That the over- Governor of Florida, In relation to'the
S. SANCHEZ, St. Augustine, Fla.J. Flcwelleii & Butt, AN ACT for the relief of Buckingham Smith. Re PQt1.of
seers of the several divisions of the districts shall the Commissioners appointed tor 'the WesternDistric't
ATKINS, Tal1ahags:e: Fla.E. FACTORS & COMMISSION Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and "
account to the commissioners of said district for of Florida under the
provision act
'
qf an
,
N. GIBSO.Y: Quincy, Fla. MERCHANTS.' Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
'
all monies by them received under the provisionsof entitled An Act concerning Indian depredations # "
JAS. PENS, St. Joseph, Fla. That the auditor of the be and he is
,
No. 2 Columbus [Block Territory
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this act, at the first meeting of said commis- and for other purposes, approved $4th February; ,
N. BVKEH, Brown's Ferry, Fla. ApaldCtiicola! Fla. hereby directed to issue a certificate to Buckingham ti
: sioners after the shall have been 1841 leave the '
to to
beg Resolutions
paid following
r'R.ASCISRXOU, Calhuun County, Fla. [;GLl e al advances made on Cotton shipped: money Smith for the sum of one hundred and thir report
'W. TABOR, Washington County, Fla. to .New York: Liverpool or Havre. u25 Om said overseers. ty-three 33-100, dollars, that being the amount :- ,
Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That wheneverany Resolved by the Governor and Legislative Council
A. S. GREENWOOD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga. due said Smith for two months services as private
.. Himbrough Kidgway, hands shall be summoned to appear and workon of the Territory of Florida, That the said reT '
_-. secretary to Governor Reid, beginning on the 15th
U COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMERCHANTS. the roads, at any place specified thereon, and port be published, and copies sent to our Delegate
December 1839, and the 15th
CARDS. the said persons or hands so summoned, shall findno ending on February in Congress and the Secratary of the Treasuryand
I 1840, and that the Treasurer of the Territory be
., _. Apalachicola, Florida, overseer to superintend the> working of said requested to the the,original papers be placed in the office of
N.YORK- -- ORLEANS, COLUMBUS, &c.&c. Wir. K. KIMBROUGH.JoH.V > roads, then, in that case. the said hands, after a pay Approved same. 15th Dlarch,1844RESOLUTIONS. the Secretary of the Territory for safe keeping. '

ADVERTISEMENTS.. I. HlDGXVAY. 5 reasonable delay to ascertain if said overseer will Resolved,further, That the Delegate be requested _
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned) to : attend shall be allowed to return home and be to urge earnestly on Congress the.necessity of

illliB l ill & rn 5E 8J our friehds in New York, Boston, Liverpool or discharged from any further road duty for the the passage of a law to allowcompensatiOQ; for 1th e
II vre. decl ly term: specified in said summons. losses contained in the report of the commissionerson
.Vo. 135: iratet &c SO Pine street. -- ,.' Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, That: whenever Indian! depredations, and to procure,if practicable
NEW YORK, T. II. & C. II. Austin, any overseer shall fail or neglect to attend leperSeri Preamble and Resolutions. the passage of such :law.

PHIL.\. '. DER. KIMBALL, Troprietor. COMMISSION MERCHANTS'o. ur by agent, at the time and place specifiedfor i WHEREAS, the Bay of St. Joseph, Florida, is [Approved 15th March, 1344. ice
\ 50 Water street, the assembling of hands for road duty, he shall without the presence of an officer either of the
-
.J as. L. Francis, customs or the revenue, and whereas, its ready
.
Apalachicola. forfeit and pay to the commissioners of his disrict Preamble and resolution.
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to fifty cents per day for each, and every day's accessibility to vessels, the facility for landing Whereas, John A. Edwards, on the fourth' daY

.\'J, :: 61 Bower near Rioington st. New York. nov? lyTilos' labor'lost to said district In consequence of such goods, and the ease and celerity with which they of March, in the year of our Ion), erghteea, ,
NEW YORK. lyAndrew can be transported by a good road, less
non-attendance which shall be wagon hundred
money expended as and forty, appeared before Bu'dS
William
L. iTIitchcl, than miles in the
to
seven
length, navigable wa-
S. Cooke, provided in section fourth of this act. a Justice of the Peace, in, and for the
: of
COMMISSION & FORWARDINGMERCHANT. ters of the Apalachicola River must in short county
MERCHANT Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That nothing a Jefferson, and himself jn'debted
COMMISSION:; acknowledged to
:: tSo. time, bring about evasions of the Revenue preju
herein, shall be construed to exempt any overseer, the Governor of the of
st. Territory ,Florida; and his
5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitou.as No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola. dicial alike to the Government, and fair dealer.
New Orleans, La. commissioner, or other officer from any penalty or Be it successors in office, in 'the sum of one hun ,
dec therefore Resolved the Governor and
ly forfeiture provided by the road laws now in forcein by dred dollars to be levied of his and :
goods
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, chattlesi
Fla. Dodge Gardner this Territory, for neglect of duty, or inns)P rac- lands and tenements the use of the
janlStlnov Apalachicola, That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is here- .Territory ;
GROCERS A: tOJIJIISSIUA'IERCHA 'TSo. ice in office. yet, upon this condition, that "ifpne Jesse B.
SUEPARD T LippixcoTT, WM. H. WYATT. X 40: Water street, Sec. 10. Re it further enacted, That all penalties by requested to use his best exertion!:, to procure Holloman should personally appear, ol,.the first

Lip fiiaacott & Wyatt, dcclS Apalachicola, Fla. : and forfeitures incurred under the road laws, the passage district.Be of a law. establishing St. Joseph intoa day of the next tern: to answer?'of.a certain as.

GROCERS & COMMISSION:: MERCHANTS, may be recovered before any Justice of the Peacein surveyors sault and batterrereof he, the said Jesse B.
No.2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas at., Samuel Schiller.WHOLESALE said county in the name of the commissioners it further Resloved, That a copy of the fore- Holloman, stood, Accused, and ?' hould not depart I,,
NEW ORLEANS. & RETAIL GROCER, district in which the of such going preamble and resolution be duly authenti
ap23 ly for the cause penaltyor without leave : and whereas, the said Jesse .
:No. 49 Water street. forfeiture shall arise. cated, and forwarded to the Hon. David Levy, Holloman failed 'to make his,personal appea.r..nce

J. W. Woodland & Co. janl Apalachicola: Fla. Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, That so much of our delegate in Congress. before the Judge of the Superior court at the

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, W. A.Vood, he law now" in force in this Territory, in relation'to Approved 5th February, 1844. time and place aforesaid, because of.his inability)> .f ''

No. 15 Commerce Street, COMMISSION, FORWARDINGIERCHANT: Roads, Highways and Ferries as conflict with so to do, inconsequence of his necessary absenceas

New Orleans, La. noel ly AND SHIP CHANDLER, this act, shall be inoperative with'in the limits of an officer in Captain Arthur_ Burn)'"s company ,

No. 23 Water street, Nassau county. Preamble and Resolution. of Florida Militia. His; recognizance: wheat,
WHEREAS
Thomas Bertram, Apalachicola. novlly Approved 14th March' 1S44. The Country in the neighborhood that of his sureties, and the said John A.. Edwards

COMMISSION MERCHANT, Lake Worth, Indian River and New Smyrna, on had execution issued against him, fob j'rid g em eat
No. 54 Common street. ITIoore & IHcKcuzic> No. 81.AN the Southern coast of Florida, and Enterprize on and cost in/said Ca3e, for one hundred dollarswhich
NEW ORLEANS noel ly COMMISSION MERCHANTS ACT" 'to authorize 'the derfc.of SL John's the St. John's River has greatly increased in po said sum, the said John A. Edwards paidto

BLUE STORES"TRIANGLE BUILDINGS No. 32 Water street, county"to refund certain Taxes by him collec- pulation: And Whereas the establishment of amaH the Marshal of the Middle District of Florida;
Apalachicola. entitled act the route from the City of St. Augustine to some the seventeenth of
I ted under a law an to suspend on day March, eighteen hun
Boyle & Batman! JOHN M. MOORE. > operation of the revenue laws for the year 1840, point on Indian River, via. New Sim'rna and died and forty-two, all of which m was a total .

SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS, 'V t. A. MCKENZIE, ) novl ly and to provide for the settlement of all arrears Enterprize, would afford many facilities to numer- loss to'the said John A. Edwards': Therefore,
h Oi. 2 Ss. 4 of Front Levee, of Florida ous citizens in that section of the Country: And Befa resolved
Delord street corner due to; and from the Territory ap- ,, by the Govenor arid Legislative ,.
and at No. 20 Natchez street, Farrior & Co. proved 2d of March, 1840, whereas, the nearest Post Office to the settlers at Council.r. of the Territory, of Florida, That .the

!'. ORLEANS. COMMISSION AND FORVARDINGlIERCHANTS Section 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and either of these points, is at St. Augustine, a dis- Treasurer the Territory o'f Florida, be and,he 4

Legislative Council of the Territory'of Florida, tance varying from sixty-five to two hundred is hereby required to refund and pay over to.uusSald .
AND RETAIL No. 44 Water-street, be and he is miles, to these citizens a matter oT great incon- John A.
WHOLESALE DEALERS That the Clerk of St. John's county, Edwards the sum of one hundred '

in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and ._fov251v: Apalachicola, Fla. hereby required and directed to refund so much venience.Be it therefore Resolved the Governor and dollars, the 'amount so paid by the said John A.
Window Glass, & Will keep constantly on Hamilton, of the Tax by him collected under the above recited by Edward. t
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows: S. B.READY MADE CLOTHING, act, as remains unexpended his hands, to Legislative Council of Florida, That our delegatein {Approved,15th m March; S44. Fs
DEALER IN I Congress, be and he is hereby requested to use "
have been
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. and 2 ; :\0.47 Water street, the persons from whom the same may his best exertions to the establishment of '

White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red; dec1 Iv .-Jpaladlir.ola, Fla. collected. a mail route, from the procure city of St. Augustine fo Preamble and resolution in relation to Indian depredations .
Yellow and Oxford Ivory :Black; Approved 15th March, 1844. in Washington Co., West Florida.
Ocree; --- --'- some point on Indian River, via. MV. A Dupont's '
Chrome Green do Hi-. filler & Co. The committee on the State of the Territory
and Saxon ; 'residence on the western bank of))stanzas River,
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black; SEALERS IN CLOTHING[ BOUTS, SHOES, No. 82. New Smyrna and Enterprize: also form Enter having considered the Preamble and Resolution ..
Gree ACT divorce Frances Dummett. referred to them instructing the committee II
and Blue Verditter HATS, &c. AN t6 to
prize Tampa Bay.
; '
Chrome Yellow and Oran e do; Corner Water and Chesnut streets, WHEREAS, it has been stated to this Legisla Be it further Resolved' That a copy of the enquire into the recentdepredatlons and massacres
FIrE COLORS:Ultamarine and Cobalt; Apalachirola. novl ly rive Council, that Duglas Dummett, of St. John'scounty foregoing preamble and resolutions be duly au- committed by the Indians Washington county,
of Florida, has for West Florida and report what should be
means
tallow Lake in the Territory many
David
and Crimson do thenticated and foYtoarded to the Hon.
; B. Wood, wife Frances Dummett Levy adopted to afford protection,!'. ask leave to ._ '
II. his
abandoned
do. Red report
JJrop? and Antwerp Blue; Indian. ; years past out Delegate in Congress, also to the Post Master
PUBLIC of the Preamble and Resolution- '
means support following
Chinese Vermillion English do; NOTARY and has wholly failed provide General.
street, arid where, the said 1- ran Whereas; There are no adequate means, for the
Vandyke Brown Urobre No. 31 Water- for her, and her child; 15th
1844.
Approved February, '
; Turkery ; Fla. .. of the Indians in the
Terra de Seinna Brown York do; marl ly Apalachicola ees Dummett has petitioned this Legislative removal power of the
Crocus Martis : ; Purple ; Council to be divorced from her,aforesaId husband f, Territory; and the attempt to do so by forcegranting
Emerald ; Mi neral Green; P. Ji bart, Dutfimett: TheYefote for the relief of the Preamble and Resolutions. ( we had the power) might embarrass "
Duglas "
and Paris Green, &.C., &c. MANUFACTURER AND HEALER IN WHEREAS' the extent of the roads the action of the General Government
OIL fc BRUSHES Linseed Oil Do.boiled; aforesaid Fiances' Dummetf, great public ,by producing
Spirit ; CABINET FURNITURE, Section 1' Be it enacted by the Governor and in Nassau county, and the lowness of the country a conflict and confusion in their management

:! Brushes Turpentine from; Sperm Oil 6,000,000; Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street alachicola., Legislative Council of .the Territory Florida, through which they run requires an amount of labor of the Indians,which is to be avoided if possible;

pint>arnish No.1 to ; dec4 ly AP That the marriage contract subsist% between to keep them even In a passable condition, Therefore ,. ,
do. of all
sizes Dummett and Frances Dummett, wholly beyond the power of the limited population Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative
said
the
Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8; Badger Half; Michael A. ltlycrs, ___ Duglas and annulled Council of the of Florida That the '
dissolved Territory ,
Artists' MERCHANT, be, and he same is Hereby : of said,county: And whereas the said countyis atf I;'
Sable Filchers, flat and round; AUCTION AND! COMMISSION divor- tention of His the Governor is
Brussels aid the said parties are hereby absolutely greatly divided by numerous creeks and swamps, Excellency hereby ".
Sale! do; Blinders of all sizes; No. 28 Water street, ced from the bonds of matrimo as fully, absolutely which are impassable without bridges, many por- called to this subject, and that He is requested to
Stock J & Camel Hair Pencils, 1J and 14 in long Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.II. and entirely as if they, the said Du B las and tions of the year. And whereas the building and communicate with. Congress, the Secretary of

M1i and Kalsomine Brushes Frances had never been married.Approved keeping in repair of said Bridges, is a severe and War, and the General Commanding in Florida.
arkinp flat. R. Wood,
? Brushes, round and AGENT, 15th March, 1S44. burdensome tax upon the citizenes of said county.Be presenting a statement of the depredations, and '
COMMISSION
Skeakera acrubing and Shoe brushes: ; AUCTIONEER AND it therefore Resolved by the Governor and massacres, committed by the predatory band of
Mahogany, Stained and Patent do; No. 31 Water-street, Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, Indians infesting our settlements, and requesting '
Fla. 83.
Whitewash ,
No.
nusti! and Mop do; madly _Apalachicola and others to build abridge That our Delegate in Congress, be,. and he is action to, be had in reference thereto -such u
,;, Fancy and Shaving brushes; AN ACT to authorize Platt, obtain the .appointment of suitable] to '
Clothe DILL. A. F. PAL1tER. the Smvannee River hereby requested to use his best pxertJons..t Jo agents, negotiate
. fracv! ....and Hair do; Grate and Horse, do; SEWARD Seward Dill d Co. across enacted by the Governor tad an appropriation by Congress, of the. sure,of with them, or the employment of such force 'torili
r eater Dusters Section 1. Be it the removal, as be end. .
under may adequate to that
,Aa. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, the Territory of Florida; Five Thousand Dollars, to be expended
.11iSHES.Co P al, white Coach do; AUCTION & Legislative Council of Jones David direction of the Commissioners of road Districtsin [Approved th March, 1844. .
Water street.
No. 29 Francis ,
B. Watts,
I Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do That Joseph ;
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said -f
\V I'utic..for DOW Pictures &.c. ( :>: Liberal and business advances entrusted made to on them all consignments will be Platt, Enoch Hall 1, A. Vann shall and form Loudand.Sadler a be,,, Be it county.further resolved, That.ropy" of file- ,foregoin'g liberty.-Liberty is, to the ooU series body. '

GLASS-2,300 boas assorted sizes ol f attended to or as many of them as comply andand preamble and resolutions be signed by the what.health is to every individual body. Without .' oJ
French promptly authorized,, to. es bh.sh .
English and American. & READ, Boston. they are hereby the Sawannee River, at proper officers, and t transmitted to the Honorable health, no pleasure can be tested by man; without'.

Sii}fp-p pin Mixed and Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats., Refer to-LANE GARY COOK, Portland, Me.S. keep a Toll Bri ofsSd across River and the,Withlacoochee, David Levy, our Delegate in Congress.. liberty, no happiness can be enjoyed. by coder-.- J
| g Plantation with the junction
use together a !
; and Approved 5th February 1844. E BultDft:.
Hallowell. south
of WHirriTR, ;range eleven, .
articles in the Painting line, too nuth- 1y on.or near township one .
t.fty >Ration. ravilly Apsltchicoh, A'J;. 25-



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I t cf nil to submit themselves to the powers that By Benjamin Lucas.-The day we celebrate .the Commercial Adv

C03IItIERIDIL rlUVERTISER, be," rendering unto Cesar the things that'!to France may boast of her three glorious days, but i $ "DEFENCE1 OF jAV Yen2 1.
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Caesar's-and that God e- LOP.SijIP.
nnto God the things arc Apalachicola can point to her three fours-
seeking I first the kingdom of God and his righteousness July 4, '44 V-Vthc? number of marriages which ar !

APAIiACSXCOLA. SATDAZ3tTL 6.R. i, C.4. shall, resting bo: added upon unto the us.promise that all things else, By Sam'l Schitrt"r.-My countrymen who have most'oaily taking place, we are of the opinion"that eaz.

I OJ-- .- CROC E'"r K:nn requests us to state, R. solved. Thet white we would lament the made America the country of their adoption. May the ranks of Bachelors i i& suffering: a dim nn-)

j [:and we do 90 to correct any erroneous opinion severance of that Church which under thf blessing they support her laws and revere her institutions, hon, which is not compatible' with our 'Yie
of God itself unparalleled in dispensing as the only hope of the s nr
oppressed. and in
right, justice to that
which may have been formed,] that hew not the the \ ,' hasrro\.ed and salvation to thousands upon ; much abused conunnitv 11.

'Reporter' of a speech delivered at the Lyceum, thousands of 103t and ruined spirits, we cannot but SIXTY-NINTH ANNIVERSARY By James Ruan- we feel' oursclve9 bound to take up the giovwhich

rejoice in bel'ievin? that the best of consequenceswill of the May Union's wreath forever twine, is thrown down before us, and to'
I which was published in our last paper. result! from such severance to that portion of Around fair freedom's Holy shrine." 'indict,

; the Church that has fellen under the unwarrantable AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE By Jas. P. Penn. John C. Calhoun Our able our cause from the aspersions: which these r"
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03:: John Tyler, President of the United States, censure of the majority.in the late: general quent matrimonial alliances throw tim"
Secretary-the Statesman and Patriot., upon OUr
was married on the 26th ult, in the city of New Conference. Th So'ith will then rise in all its
TOURTH OF JULY. honored The attack
harmony. more lirmely !united, freed from all By R. A. Dominge.; -Jlpalachicola- sum- name. we admit is not opta.ly .
: York, to the accomplished Miss Gardiner, of distraction, will move on its course, establishingitsIfmvre :The.firing of cannon and the ringing of bells, mer population, the title page of its inhabitants l made, but the consequences attendant upon

t : Long Island. The ceremony was: performed in of those whose and more interests, in the are confidence at war with and the esteem sentiments proclaimed the ushering in of the early dawn. By Wm. H. Hughes-Our country right crtcron'g. wrong or misunderstood conception of the! caUses&

h t presence of a few of the President's confidential maintained by a inaJ9iity of the late The morning of this great anniversary was lovely which operate to confirm us in our belief of t tLadvantages

r; friends. He left shortly after for the While Conference, thus proving itself as it ever has done, and enlivening, and the American flag-the stars By J. C. Maclay-The Collector of our Pert, '.I : : gained, and the cares and trotl
the real true ana sincere friends of that people tes
i 1 Honse. who stand mo t in need of the comforts. the con- and stripes-that streamed from the shipping and i Hiram JVburse 1 E.q.-E4imnable a* a manirreproachable avoided by remaining in a state of singleness b1eSed.
as:: a citizen efficient and courteous
II ocr The newly appointed Governor of Florida, eolations! the cheering hopes and the blissful prospects the. public buildings, gave ample assurance that as a public officer.!! ; leads m 1ny to enter the noose of matrimony
of the
Gospel ot the Son of God.
John Branch, takes his seat: on the 11th of August Resolved, That we approve the plan proposedby the'day had lost none of its sacred influence. At By T. T. Roan.: -T7ic Memory! of Joseph B. who, were the true principles of our creed under! 1

next, the day when Gov. Call's time e pirrs. the Southern delegates, to hold a delegated the appointed time, respectable procession was Webb, Esq.-Tn him, Florida: hns lot one of stood and fluly appreciated, would forswear tiJallia

Convention in Louisville, Kentucky, on the first formed under the direction of Col. Ronr. MYERS, her ablest defenders, and Apalachicola one of ice, which in a majority of cases subjectJ
of May next, to organize the Methodist Episcopal'
: The Pensacola Gazette of the 23th ult., contains Church in the flaveholdin states, into a separate Marshal of the day, and his assistants Messrs Jas. her brightest jewels: man: -the ie Lords of Creation"-to a government

r" an account of a most oaring outrage: perpetrated and independent body for the control of its own F. Farrior and Wm. Foster. The procession' lie wa, but words are wanting to pay what"1! ropugnent to his liberty and as servile as the da.
ccclisiitical Ask what a man should be, and hevathat
: matters.
., in that city by the induction of 7 neirroslave Resolved. That we 'recommend to the next tnoved according to previous arrangement, and : By Seth P. Lewis-/?. A": Call, (Governor of ruination -tyrants. For the purpose of throw

?, which is supposed, (from the particulars: Georgia Annual Conference to fleet delegates to having entered the City Council Hall, the cere- Florida, a faithful; and patriutic puMic! servant. i ing light upon a subject which seems 90 little

which we give below,) to have been committedby said ed with convention full in conformity in with the plan propos' monies commenced as follows :- i I5y Jas Rtnri-Col. Robt. Myers-Onr worthyU. understood in our community, we present to cur I
to act the premises behalf
: powers
a man: named Samuel: Walker, who has resided of the whole Churth within her bounds. 1. Hymn-" Before Jehovah's awful throne." I. S. Mirdnal, and citizen of Apahc'iicola.' He Bachelor friends, the following "Declaration j

;: there, on and off for several years. A reward of Resolved, That in order to maintain and carry 2. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Smiley. remind( orr: (,f a uowl oJl! hr ; the longer: yon Independence," which was recently adopted
Caldwell & out the principles set forth in the foregoing resolutions try it tin better! you like: it, :ind th: nearer you bI
i is offered Messrs. Quigles,
$1,700 by the Massachusetts "I
we the members of the conference, do recom- 3. Reading of the Declaration cf Independenceby got to the heart ((which j is the bone in a helm, but Fitchburg Bachelor Club
f t for their apprehension. $ItXJO; for Walker, and mend that the pupils of the several places of divine 'Co!. Geo. S. lIawki a. not in him j ,) t th! sweeter the HII ;jt. i in their own proper persons assembled, in ifoI

$100 etch: for the negroes. worship under our control in the Savannah; stationbe 4. Anthem-"America" ;c. II F Abell. : the meet \ear of our Lord one thousand eight hundred !
closed against all and member of the late By -May present company and
1 ....._ He (Walker,) first came to this city from down General Conference who every voted in favor of the 5. Oration by Jno. C. Maclav, Esq. this d.iy twelvemonth, to relebraio] the liberty, forty-four. I
east in a little sloop, with a cargo ot about four contained in the achievrncnt of which bll'oIan,1! improvemawkirKl. -*
S and few beets and priciples the resolution against the 6. Ode by Dr. Wrn. Sydney Green. Declaration of Independence I
thousand bricks
a potatoes,
Rev. Bishop Andrew. Lnrig this day be kept gJ :ed in:
I other ** notions He rented a small house in the 7. Anthem" 0, give thanks" may of theBACHELOR
Resolved, That we earnestly recommend to the }hearts:; of our countrymen.
suburbs and opened his for retail. He CLUB.
was
cargo
8. Benediction.The .
the consideration and action of the several
\r after the bursting of the rail road and Quarterly If. R. Hit When in the of
\ E employed Conferences of the Georgia Uy Taylor.-Iftnry Clay. genius: !! sincerity certain feelings, itbe-i
J" New Town bubble to live at the depot and take: Cqnference'the attendance of a large number of ladies,
I I subject matter of the present proceedings:: and that will consecrate him; anfl any attempt to evtin- comes convenient for one class: cf individuals to I
care of the rail road property. He is a carpenter they be, and are hereby earnestly requested to graced the occasion, and their presence gave a guish'tliat, will bo a? unavailing as would a human refuse the domestic bonds which are preparedforI

't. or mechanic.boat builder He and seemed was occasionally a devout employed Christian asa give an expression} of their views upon this most zest to that patriotism which embraced them etlort :to quench the I'4ars. them by another set of individuals, and to rctanjamong !

.. and by his appearent uprightness very and integrity had important and exciting subject. within the sphere of its protection. After the By \V. II. Brun.hge.!:: JTic ..1rt.If-b this land the singulars: of the earth, the sepentej
gained the confidence of highly respectable Resolved That the<=c resolutions preamble of liberty, they are cherished and e'icoiragtd.May : and peculiar comforts to which the beniScencej
many signed by the presiding officer of this andcountersigned exercises were over, the formed
body procession
again of nature and nature's God has
members of ourclmmunity.Vhiht he I lived at thc : ths liberty of the Pre54" alwavs he sustained entitled thea-j;
however he had occasions have by the secretary, be published in and were dismissed opposite the Merchants & that should declare he
frequent to
depot they
the Southern Christian Advocate, and by all such as the true organ of the rights of man, and requires causes whicH
negroes to work for him, and he associated with: papers as may take an interest then.in.Signed Planters Hotel." the disseminator of republican principles.ByTho restrain them from "entering into these bonds j
i them on terms of equality and intimacy, seating We hold these truths to be self-evident alii
( JAMES E. EVANS.Presiding that
them with him at his table while his dauguters ) At 3 o'clock, a large party of gentlemen convened *. P. Taintcr.-The day ice are now created ? that
(half-grown girls' waited the table-he :cached Elder. the ultb1"ating-May it long be lemembercd by men are single they are e' dowedj
I ) on p WM. MOREL: Secretary. at City Hotel, where an excellent din- their creatcr with certain
by comfortable rights![
I to the negroes and exhorted them with great Americans.By :
ti +- "other A" affection-telling them that they were a ner was provided by Mr. J. W. Hammond, the that among these are peace, liberty and the jjur-j

:. oft just af' jod as he was, and that the difference ofcolnt For the Commercial Advertiser. proprietor, under the direction of the committeeof J.: F. Farrior-The yeomanry of FloridaPatriotic :- suit of happiness. That I to secure these right?,!'
; brave and ho their. -
: \. js? a mere shadow, &c. He was suspected; j pltahle. May ,.Agri celebacy is cherished among men: receiving n|
I EDUCATION No. 4.-Opu,* consulto. arrangements. Much credit is due to the committee cultural pursuits be crowned with succ> .
and of
of ; '.taring: with the negroes being accsfc' just privileges from a dislike to be governed.: !!
ir) 10 the concealment on board of a vessel] Said Brutus, in his speech over the dead bodyof for the regularity and order of their man- By Joseph May-The memory of the immortal that whenever any form cf government; becumaj

I and ilie escape of two slaves about three or four Caesar: agement ; and to the host, for his taste and en- LaFaye-11e.-.lay every American cherish this danjjsrous: ) to these ends, it is'the right of BtCie.

p ,, year-,!- '). name,as one which no selfish considerations could lors to and avoid it and to
1 On"j e the boys (Chas. Johnson,) was employed "I am no orator, as Brutus is; deavors to please. The dinner went oft'orderly : rej.t support their
1 by hr.n! it the depot, and was a ranting, shouting But as you know me all, a plain,blunt man, and pleasantly, and the toasts were drank, with (Jivert from supportin the cause of hborty.By own government, resting its foundation on such!
} .' mr'1JtPr! of the church with him-this boy was That love my friend Win }'oster-Iarii.,, the mother of Wash f feelings, and organizing its policy in such( forma I
4 with V.' Iker, lying uuder the trees in the lot, where I only speak right on: firing of cannon, and with many cheers. In fact, itwton. >hall S'-esti: likely to secure their safety and fa.

; hv working on his boat nearly all of the day I tell you that, which you yourselves do know." the whole affair passed off, as we would like to Ly A L Clements-.' cola-Dnrin:!: the! [tire happiness. Politeness! indeed will dictate;!
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on .St..Yo .i .4ay brothers the 16th, with inst.three-This others boy and of the three same ofhis So I may say, I speak out plainly and tell :you see it pass, even if we lived a thousand years.It winter season, has many pretending friend*, but that customs for slight long established and trivial, should not be ditlregarded

fidl:1V:i k f negroesarenow missing And Walker what you yourselves know to be your duty. was a true index'of the feelings of moral, dignified when: summer approaches) : but t few arc fou-.d: to din iy all experience: has : causes ; and accif-J
I v. .- V.-0 frequently during his recent aojurn here protect }her intcre>ts. proven that si.igles are
: and
There is but in of patriotic American citizens.
littlejlifficulty convincing you [less disposed to be doubled, while singularitjul
: 1'1 i i', : ,-. conversation with negro men. He took
C. P. AIlen-.fanh.inr-Hf'alth in
( lodeinswith: a quarteroon woman'' and had uo; truth and duty, the great difficulty lies in moving After the removal of the cloth, the following By in honor youth, ro'nlbrtable, to yoke themselves by renuiaciaj;

,- 11 white .. : ... nmkinp the locker to fit in his bows to hold some II. n. Taylor The U. S. ]) JtrictlUorley : But when: a ion; train of hints and scandtJ,
Vice
. should convince that would President, and received amid the
it be fOfyour warmest
t 1'' ;ooU-hr said he intended tilling the empty barrel anyone you Gfo.S*. j-faic'ans, Esq.-One of our earliest aHi i punning evidently the same object, evincetdt|
* I 'ie bought; with salt waterfor ballast, but was afterwards interest to take care of your corn after you plaudits and uninterrupted display of social and most valued citizei.s. As: at the battle of the ., siri i to reduce them under absolute conjugiLty.t .

ti I ; : wen to go to the spring brunch and till it I had planted it, would you not take care of it ? liberal feelings : Ahtqua' so in the diclririie of his duties as prosecuting i is tneir right-its their duty, to provide aeirl
-u fresh water and take it on board his boat,
attorney; lie is tirra and fearless: and a (for their future bl
Should you not take care of it without motives REGULAR TOASTS. arguments: tran uility. Such l
,4 constant to evil doers." been the unjust treatment of Bachelors. To
The N Y Herald, in commenting'upon the vituperation and arguments pressed upon you ? Would you 1. The Day we Celebrate.-Its recollections pm
and associations will ever alive the By Uriah Nixon-The Summa populationOur this. let facts be submitted to an immortal woril
keep
% and defiance expressed in the English; papers not feel insulted if your neighbor should earnestly patriotism in our hearts. feelingsof noble selves. 'l''he histdry (if this present acre of small tallcHil

jl i upon the receipt of the news of the movement try to persuade you to hoe your corn ? Would 2. The: Heroes, Statesmen and Patriots of the By Jas Gibson.-:May every native of Ireland, history of repeated winks and inuendues, having

t with respect to the reannexatiun of Texas, says : you not feel sufficiently inclined to it without Ret'olutioll.-Identified with History, they are 'vho has: adopted this land of liberty as an asylum, a direct: object, the: establishment ot"an ahsoIlt! -I

:" We are not at all surprised at \mi\'erFalout- such persuasion ? Now which is of greater immortal-models of imitation in all time. Letus be true to her laws anl,! support her constitution.By control It has over refused us H.chelors.toleration to inclinations: tit]

14 'b burst vituperation and violence with which the worth, your corn or your children ? Would it not accord them the gratitute of our hearts andne.er Wm. II. Bruncl.ige.; -The memory of the mot wholesome and consistent: with ourpovertjl
of the of the Texan move. dying remembrance. illustrious Capt. Jas Lawrence
.
ii intelligence
progress be a disgrace to your name as farmer, to neglect It has; permitted its t frminmes to circulate rumors I
1 ment here. has been received in Europe, this :3. The ex-Presidents of the United Stales. By C. J. ':iepard-7'>IK United States Xorth of immediate and palpable scandal, unless !'|
your corn ? Is it not ten thousand times! more arrs
is calculated in tha to
movement highest degree 4. The President: of the United States. and South-Union forever despite of fanaticism. ed in their course till their falsehood could lieprm.en
alarm the despotic and monarchical governments disgrace to neglect your children ? Now as it is I
ofthe old xvorld. England could march through 5. The .Ilrm:,! and J\ avy of the U. S...: -New By E. HOYt-Let all the tru friends: of citizens and when so arrested, it has utterIl
f 1 a fact that ;you do shamefully neglect your children of America stand their glected to contradict them. It has refused be-I
to
and to
I blood and rapine to conquest in the l"ast! and Orleans and Erie-Dridgwater and Lake Champlain up glasses drink to
J c defy the voice of humanity and justice, but the (and you cannot deny it), I speak boldly yet: arc their best tnlo: y. the star spangle banner. lieve other rumors for the vindication of bi?|

; tf '.- moment she perceives the progress of this: in language: of kindness, pointing; out your errors 6. The living Patriots'of '70.-They "see aNation's By C. W. Wordin-TI sibtmp fox of South numbers of singulars,unless these singulars weal.I
the Tcil
i republic to new and vast fields ol territorial increase and urging you to your duty. I might with greatpropriety : : gratitude in a Nation's eyes." Car9ina-Jay our President: display: the lIkecmmmg. tall relinquish, indifferent right of representation at the loldir.dies
a right to them and valuable
I ,
1t she is as at once alarmed, pours forth tor call your attention to the subject of 7. Florvla.-Soon Tnny:' she take her station I .)';ly. 1
)
? rents ofabuse!; and to affects national to talk oflibert.yofjasticcof And in; physical education. The intimate connexion subsisting among the States of the Union. With State government "A foreign land has ben thy grave ; "" It has called together female caucuses at placrfl
regard rights. have self E'en foreign tears have wet, rue brave." '
we government.S unusually public for the sole of ."l
France we perceive the same dread of our progress. between the body and the mind calls fur purpose enco
*. Education.The basis of our Institution0 May the expiring words of the heroic Lawrence ageing them in a continuance their wbisperill |
the liberal and France
Beyond popular party in appropriate attention from you. I might show Dont give the H.' iJ !" be tiie! eternal It ha bruited !
motto
there is to be from the In the enlightenment of our people, we will find up false representations of Bachelors! ,
nothing expected sympathyof
any of the masses in Europe who are h'eld in: the influence of the body on the mind in the different the strongest guaranty for the perpetuity of the of every American.By repeatedly, for( opposing with manly firnnesf, (inl i

abject slavery to their leaders and aristocracies. states health and disease ; how the mind L Union. Jas C Colcman-The Englishmen who have common places,) the blessings of matrimony. I W:

improves and expands with healthy and vigorous I J. Liberty.The n lo-Saxnn nee its apostles, made tins country, the country of their adoption.: has endeavored to depreciate the advantages! dour

: From the Savannah Georgian.Whereas physical powers ; and how it droops and languishes I may its doctrines he understood! and followed from May they, as I Uo, consider 'this their country, state, for that purpose, inventing excuses/cri
we the mernhaia of tha (Quarterly:: Conference the Straits of Bhering to Cape Horn. and her liberty theirs, to sustain:: and cherish as: the increase of marriages. It has made BacieloB-l
i A of the Methodist Episcopal Church of the under the burden of a diseased body. I might 10. The Governor of Florida.-R. K. Call. the best hope of the oppressed.By !! dependent upon its ".hiros, alone for the fenwi

; Georgia Conference, for the Saviinih"tation, show the uses or functions of the different organs: I I'. L. Tnr.ier.; -The lone star of Texas of their liberties, and the amount and per5C!
I : deeply interested in all that concerns the interests of the body, their relalion to one another and the 11. (;('12. Jlntlrtw Jackson.-Whether as the :Mu it soon add another splendour; to the American of their happiness. It has kept among us ia tic'l

I i t, of the Churrh, and attested:: a!tI l3 !by all that! conduces means of improving their action, boy of the TIe\.olntion-thc soldier at Orleans, or constellation.: of peace, inveterate whisperers, withfjut the con'
so as to secure the Chief of the
Magistrate
4 ... Republic ; always sent of our convenience. has afiected toren-i
..J. It
,: to its welfare! or its injury, are irneno'islycalled
upon, by the action of tile late| General) the best degree of health and efficiency. And! I great, pure and patriotic. By T. E. Gray.-The memory of JCoiciuskoThe der the masculine dependent on, and inferior: toI
friend
't of Ins and ,t f America.
j Conference. to expres our sentiments as respects; might urc at length: :: the great importance of h' 12. Texas.Whatever her destiny, whether his be embalmed country (the heart of May the feminine power. It has combined with co-l,

;. ; < the action of that: Conference, up"n matters proper diet, proper clothing, proper exercise and I under the glimmer of the lone star," or whether true memory lover of his country.By in every quells, to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign tj
which that star ba added to our own glorious our constitution and our
r ( we believe intimately connected with thegeneral galaxy ; unenccuraged by Jnldd|
cleanliness the
t exhibiting happy effects of a compliance San Ja into will be Wm. Lawrence.-.Mechanics-The bone tions
4 good of the Church, the great riusuof ever remembered as a.contest giving assent to their schemes of
1 man's religions!:; and moral welfare( and the: with the bws of nature, and the evils of r between those who struck for liberty and the and sinew of American prosperity. ,:May they indiflerence. For exacting large supplies of flai'l!

: t glory of Almighty God: I an infringement: : of them. But I will pass by all L hireling soldiery of a despot. imitate a Green, or a Franklin, always ready to tery from us. For protecting them by afalsfP0 '!
I We therefore under the strike for, and in the dctence of liberty.By ness, from neglect for aay" flirtations \\"blcl1.the. !
most solemn conviction I these things and take up first a subject second to I 13. Woman. In youth our instructorsinage ,
', of the truth and of A. L. Clements.-Friendship i is the should commit the Bachelors of these tim |
: justice our present views, atd L in the whole of education our companions, and at all tines our friends." only! on
hereby pronounce and declare: that the vote of none process mean I I thing in the world, concerning the Ujc-iulaess of For cutting up our reputation in all parts of speec ":|

'.the majority in that Conference, relative to the diciplinc. This is the most difficult part of yourduty. VOLUNTEER TOASTS.By I which" all mankind! are agreed.By For imposing attention3 upon us, without cn<|

Reri Bishop Andrew, to be unkind, unjust: You must have discipline, or you will not: the President Foreign interference with : Wm. H. Hnheg.le: emory of Com. :;OOiV;I 1. For depriving u,< in innumerable C3-e; !-'

I! illegal contrary to, and violative of every ;principle effect anything dierabie.'ou must have discipline : our internal or external relations.-Let the Charles Hawkins, of the Texan navy. ot the: benefits of quiet-by silence. For tra&lortin. |
of the discipline of the Methodist cry i us, be tried for :' elcr'|
t Episcopal and action be, to the knife ; beyond thirty, to [
war !
Church, as applicable! to his case, or your children will be ruined. You must Many other toasts were delivered, which we o.l I Old! Bachelorship. For slandering the in'|

have it will be than By the Vice-President-The Orator and Reader were not handed ia to the committee ft condition and ourcouou
We do also hereby furtj er decleare, that: the good discipline, or worse of the regret; >r : of unmarried existence |

k V spirit that animated the majority of that Conference none. Parents make more fatal mistakes, errors Day. publication. The company adjourned at an early as na.chelors. ,

h r manifested: feeling! hostile to the principles I and blunders in discipline than in anything else By J. C. Maclay-Our Countrywomen...Wh\\c\ hour, well pleased and in good spirits.Cd" It has established a Bachelor's Club here
of our Government, asset forth and declared in they attend to the outward adornment of their by declaring us out of its bcoks! and W3'aaint

I our admirable Constitution, and from time to time whatever. It is better that your children see all persons, may they recollect the spirit of the age A has been concluded us, taking our members prisoners h
between
1 7 maintained and sustained by our chief legislative; the bad conduct and hear all the bad language of 14 l in favor of internal improvement. Treaty the ;plundered our patience, ransacked: our) IDdolJt
United States and France and
rdtifird
duly
both ,
a and judicial tribunals. libertines, than: that they should be under a bad ', By Robert Myers-Apalachicola-The third by L flattered our feelings and denied the !

I 1. ;; We also do hereby further declare, that the government at home. All the jarring, discord, City on the Gulf in Commercial importance. In governments, for the nritual! surrender cr.mi- pleasures.It rJ

action of the Conference on the subject of slavery and bloodshed the enterprise, integrity and intelligence, of her nals, other than political, escaping; from one country is, at this:: time, inciting the i srfllI: \vitrhyU1Sten s
I in connexion with Bishop Andrew be a palpable in society, may, perhaps, be traced citizens, she takes rank with the first. .. to the other. I dandies to augment the works of "-1ft., .

: departure from the high and holy course marked I IP to bad parental discipline as their cause. Yes, By Dr. W. Sidney Green.-The Literature of mincers and sentimentalists, long since U'< '

I out for the disciples of the meek and lowly parents, I repeat it, fearless of contradiction, that our Country.-May it be as exalted in its char- (Or-) The distance between Baltimore and Philadelphia with circumstances oi Idly: and mlfChJeribblil1g' ,

a ; I Saviour, a complete abandonment of the sacred if your children are wicked, it is fault. acter a:; our institutions are lasting. nearly one hundred: miles, was on the ly raralleled in the mrst bar slCt; !'
your
; duties ministers of the Gospel of Peace, and an 23th nit, preformed by the railroad cars in five and totally nimortty the head i a sensible!
Perhaps you are ready to attribute their wickedness By H. !to Taylor-Our eteemedfellow.citizen in tbet
unnecessary sacrifice of its ennobling truth for hours aad thirty-five minutes. Tt has our fellow jjacliel. rs taken ppirg ncetll1.
t 7 matters in which man's immortal spirit is in no to some other evil influences, yet the truth Hiram J\Tourset' Esq.-Though absent, we feel arm-chairs, to bear: v\itness against tneir

: t way concerned. We do therefore is, you have been the woful cause yourselves. that i elltgent! his sp.rit;, 'ho is will with ever us. be Alike found honorable equal to and his c OG--: The King of Prussia has: created a Board of f to become deserters of their friends and bretJ1teo.\fa baf'In \

s Resolve, That we deeply sympathize with our Your discipline has been defective. Suppose the J.ation. Commerce; at the head of which he has placed every stage: of these TPr s?"the' C1(2)1 rea-
Rev. and beloved brother, Bishop Andrew, and M. de Roane strug-led"for our privileges, with r-
r hold him unaffected in hid moral, religious or watchmaker should make a watch of the best By B. T. Giro.-Our absent f.imrlsIa formerly hid;: minister in the United I sonahle 8rug 0"1e3 have b<>>o !J

ecclesiastical character, either by the previous or materials, in the most perfect manner, except a their slumbers be as sweet, and their pastimes: as I States, His :Majesty is also said, to be ahout. to establish only arguments with repeated: our : t 'ti.slited Jft aetfl

subsequent action of the Conference in reference; defect in the main spring, what kind of time delightful, as the memory of them is pleasant.By Chambers of Commerce i in such; of the whoso character is thus marked. everY t
him. to
I. .to Resolved! That the dignified, firm and uncompromising would it keep ? So if you suffer any defect in Capt. W. T. Baker, of the Brig Lawrence principal towns of Pru ia as are yet wi.tl out them which may prevent celibacy,Nor IS unfi haY t we t. ....

\ position maintained by our beloved Copeland.-Navigation, Commerce, and ourCountry. Ruler of a Free Bachelor. U3infJ
that discipline-the main spring of education-your .-Necessary when frSir;: Robert, Peel's new plan of currency has to our marriedVe : of at-
duly fostered
\ Bishop during most .c.rtJrl I and wantom attack of muse > wanting_ in respect : me,
t L upon his social and relative 'privileges', merits andreceives [ children will be spoiled. Consider what I sav.DOCTOR when neglected. May we nourish them as the: been adcpted without opposition, by both parties in \ 4 haitempts warned them from tilDe t an un

( -1\ our most sincere and cordial approbation. apple of our eye; guard, rotect and cherish the British House cf Commons, and will no doubtbe made br their ultras to -'have tend appealllA to
I '.. .Resolved That as men and ministers professing them. carried over. \
into effect. This fortable jurisdiction
\ J: the of the ,Lord Jesus Christ the system will gradually! ana edi3cotds.. ::1
i religion GJThe: New York Expree. ; that there io rtieir domestic anxieties 0ha.e
'' By C. W. Wcrdin-LaFayftte He has reduce the circulation of all the of their
titleto
i "hurch has nothing to do with the civil or political upwards ofor.e a provincial banks the tWat
thousand buildin by
( illations and institutions of cur country. That :s noVi Coil'g up our gratitude, jvhiih: never can be erased throughout the United Kingdom, and establish a adjured them, these \'t

"4 j I\contrary! to pur character such: to nix such !in 'that City, among which are very many spacious By 'Milton N. Scott-Americans-May they genera] paper circulation, Originating i iii.a angle' consciences to cease been deaf prOViCati00fjusti! :
: I \ '. 11 Vnia oar church poht"na' government, itas and costly private: 'edifices. One of them is flinty.Lz ever enjoy-a- free and enlighten'ed bank cf issue. BUt they have Otherefore pre014
government,, It is one of the greatesci financial We must
L e\ t t \ sash as any thing else! the bounden duty : feet front d and inclination. aSt !
\ \: .'\ \L by eighty .er I. J extract from disunion: and cemented forever. I reforms of the age. t the opinion which dictates otir.L' ,!S9ertio



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:1 divided. sid More sriuus cor.I I. Letters from Key Wedlted the l th of Jt; To the Citiscn'cof Muian'nf ;-,__ FOR NEW YORK.The first clas- J
ratio.,3 ot
jjLi&Wo* *&$** grow out it. It indicates a for0'e 5141e that1 the 9n the Packet brig MORKA, Benson, master.baviag ,
jl'5t. wrecking&ooGkbe.Lrrivj
the indentities of the Bachelor! ; V5T. WO&DIN
:.fjierefore, deiermiiutio.1 on the of I C giv'es Notice to.ofkV
part Entai
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: in f1' her entire engaged ?!dgo.n5
I t tre, h.1VUlg charge the pitot boit c.1r: cargo
"iwjfl general meeting erk51edIppci1} ihesuPrene 1st. To supplant the influence tIlt i itizcns f Marianna, that her (
yl
club of the American L..fiyette i cfthe Bdiize, La with eight miero< on.board, will meet with despatch.: r.
tribunal f con cien 'e or tie rj10 Gr vertiaent in the States of Mexico and l''.x..s. I \\'UO it pears had run away with her and sot her I ; 5 iij. WJ! on or out tie 5th day of narifig good accommodation?, spj 1vrwp t !

j Oj-our intentions, do in tile name, a.u by 2I.: 'I) e5 :t a ttlement uf ttl diLc.ihe between ahore near the Torttt as. They were to be detained Julv next, 1) pn.sred.Jto repair WATCHES passage

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tit* aulhority of the unjugated of these! Bute's those States 0:1 a bdSis, that It was known until the owners seat an agent and paid al- CLOCKS. etc., in the besf possible manner and ivO 46 Watc s't.

t \ Territories publish and declare, that these the United States could not concur in. vae, 6cc. res:)-ctl\111:.. solicits the public patronog p.---5- 4f S P

an iniularJ are, and of right ought to ae- 3d. To stop, if possible, by a combination of The case of the British ship Wellington had (b* Those havirg work to do, will call soon, Summer Arrangement. *

ulIta:1d: : 'Independent Bachelors tliy hh\vi4 European been arbitrated, and sixty per cent, decreed the short. jO 2t substantial U P
; powers, the further as stay will he THE f t-ratir : a
of Arn my .
progress :rican wreckers on the wet cotton, and on the lard aad .
J'ifi-tfi-iti'.nto avoid war, preserve peace, iciiise institutions and influence and lead the fifty -- S. Mail Boat SIREN, ShfJ M.
; ; on dry cotton per cent. Afloat .
establish: clubs, and do all other actsjthtf 4th. To introduce into this Barge Master will hereaHer leave f ..slachicola -.
iliaes continent the European about the 1st m!t., afloat r
which Independent Bachelors molof. system officious of UP on or MONDAY a: i
Council. every
?'* interference iniermed. Proceedings PICKED in the lower Bay, large S .
zn dun % 'lo the detriment of this Government, and COUNCIL CHAMBER ) bedstead, jused in the Flint o'clock, A. M., for Brown's Ferry, and ivil: i. .

ni d lor the support of this Declaration, with contrary to its true poliy and position. Friday evening, 23th June, 5 BARGE, such as are generally chiming: I Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY ar.tf t *?- S
on the singularity of our actions, River trade. Any person or persons I tahoochee THURSDAY at 1o'ciocL M. .
!j fi :fiance Council met this evening. Present D G Kaney, forward within thIrty every
a locally pledge to each other, our hands, Letter to the Texan Secretary nf State from Mayor; Councilmen, Schifier, Simmons, Farrior said barge, will please come The SIREN is neatly arrangedaiid tor' : 1- I -

*CratflP'trtes and our nsultct honor! flu British and Clements.The days'from thi notice, prove property pay I convenience and accommodation of psser.gm .l .
Charge will
cur h've only to add to the above eXPlicit d'Jfaires.GALVESTON miautes of the last meeting were read and charges and take her awaY, or the same on unsurpassed by any boat on the river.

I'I tfe Chart10f our rights, the opinion of a friend Texas, ap Toved. Monday, July 22d, be said to pay expenres.EDMUND VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS. '
Maria April 3d, Io44. 5 The Clerk reported that the bill of James Gibson AUTlN.Apalachkola .
I nrsjvho is under the bonds of double-biessed- T t.e lion. Jlnson Apalachicola, June 15, 1844. Centric!
.Tones
ot t \ is like for $14 ; which was ret :red to the committeeon June IS, 1844. A2'2111m -- S
no oneknIvsthc
i ldtnmony inasonery Sec'yof state, 4'c., JVas'linglon : claimj. FOR RENT.-Any VT'K.: inr ft:
n ': scret until he is initiated it is like I The underslned' II B1 Cndrge"a'Afaira to A convnanication was read fromVil1iam Foster, COPARTNERSHIPOTICE.' .-TH OS. 31. 4-;iii;;i rent the Houseknown as person the "GEVR-il&;.

t'1.tran t very easily,I gotten into, but Plau''e\ Ih, 1epbhc of IVxw. his had the! honor to r.- forema'ti of Engine Co o. 1, praying for the removal DOYLK & t!II iL& ALABAMA HOUSE," and t1t ,u.alfeaement

J .i to eet i>ut cf. It .I is love, but too much tri. cejve :[r. Joneo' note ot the 25th ut.: in rsuiv t'o of the sand on the shell walk in market BUTMANY'," Triangle Buildings, NewjOrlean?, adjoining it, will please apply tajelSt S

f :; blows it out. It everything that is conJSirtory his own ot the 22d idem, and he utf rs his 11 ttreet, and on the plauk walk in Centre street, and b'as'this day associated with him in business, Mr. JAS. FARRIOR Ag-Pt.. I," S

,sweet and bitter, just us it was taken. klJowl d m?Its for this ;,utement of the! SMM-UIOH repairing said walks. HENRY BIDWELL, and will continue the -----, .,.
1 of circumstances, which hail be trdnsniiited to I. -Mr. Farrior altered the following! resolutions ; FOR RENT. The first )
ii is- Her Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commission Business i- floor an; jippi S
It short .Majesty s Government without di4. which were adopted.
Like! tearing light In ths mean time, however, he d-nside'sii right: Unsolved, That me Harbour Master Marshal, at the old stand under the name and firm :i ;iii;; i loft of STORE No. 10 Columbus :\.hi .

T hred in a window ot a surnm r' night ; to remark that lie does not believe Her Md-r-iy's an.l all other CIty Officers, make monthly returnsto of DOYLE & lilD WELL." 'a ings, together with a Countirisj R!.'. 'j. I ,.

}| l; all! the: insects of the air- lTo\'erumenl have formed the .umj opinion
T"a'i' ii d :in;? tl"ir! pretty ringlets there ; tjoveromeiu upon the disposition; of Mexico, to or until sucli time as the council may meet in the HENRY BIDWSLL. I imity to the upper Cotlon Press, it is un,\ : ., '

1iJo e "h', ar" out, butt heads a
Y0f wlw are in, butt to get oat again." ; and adim ibie terms Indec-d lit''I: duo>cd llesolved, That during the absence of E. J. i and Grocery Store. Apply to ;t

ONE OF THE BACHELORS.oh to think that Her Mdjftty's Government h,''d become Wood and John \V. Babeocktwo of th? comri'.ittee ITVISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. je53t IL D. PART -.,: -

I ] ; July '1st, 1SJ1.Tor mo.-e saii: Jine uidt a difierent s: tte of fleln-g! on contracts and improvements, that the \JL TheCo-Partnership heretoforeexistir s under ( .- ". !'

I 1I' was growihs lP 'j.] thaT quarter, and he ascribes Maor appoint two persons to till said vacanciesabsence. the name and style ot DOYLE & BUTMAN," BLUE STORES""TRIANGLE BUILL. I. .

the Commercial Advertiser. any recrnt up,"trances to the contrary, to the m- Jn thdr Ship Channlera l and Grocers Nos. 2 & 4 Delord & Bid\vclT

dfepcaitionot Mexico, to the annexation of Texas WtWreUpon, Messrs Fatrior and Clements, were street, Triangle Buildings, i is this day dissolved: Doyle '
"My mm 2 i i. Oracle, to the United States. appointed. SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCF : .: .

I \Vbe.i 1 sp.;.ik, l let no do; bar:;." that \lexico 1 would have Timsimpressed consei.ted ,tll he temis believe of Patrick Grady, asked for the pavment of fifty by mutual consent. All claims and due tho by indebted said firm :N o. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of iVat L".t'i, S 4

It i is lime lor people to look out fcr themselves, cinriittice more acct-ptabie to this (Government, if dollars as part payment of contract for the grading are requested to be presented, M. DOYLE. who I and at No. W Natchez streat;' -

it nad not b.-en thought prudent to avoid a tree* cf Centre street.V Inca was allowed. to make payment to THOS. ORLEANS. t '
t is there 3remalyunrulyr.ur.saJout town, duration for the conduct of On motion the Council then adjourned. will cqntinue the above business on his own account '
i in convenient negotiations ... 'J" 7.sr Ji1I.._ .- name of the firm to be used in.liquida -
particular, -Y. the
one though another cint
I! There wag gellerJ.llya.I'en' at j' tiuvms) ? in view a combination, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS '

amiable l creature," hiving heard that there naturally .-l) called at Mexico as the annexation of MARRIED.In tion on 1).. (Signed) THOS. M. DOYLE, CtJ-in Paints, Oils, Varnishes,. Turpentine avl
Texas the United BENJ. BUTMAN.
to :t.\tt'S. He will
merely: York the 2Gth'int. the Churchof -
debate the New on at Window Glass &.c.Vill constantly*1 .
wouU! be ai important upon question, further remark of the truce agreed upon bi-t-.veen the Ascension, by the Right Rev. Benjamjn T. New Orleans, June lfi, 1844. jy j <> 1m keep Uowj

\vbut ner his, and other ppecios, of the brute create tile L'ommi io.iers cf TeL and Mexict, that if Ondeidonk, Bishop of the Eastern Diocess of '- hand, a.pood assortment of the oVe.ai j :

t eidowed vith reas.II ? thought he would it hau coiforni'd with the policy ut this Government New York, His Excellency ; JOHN TYLER, S Drugs and IHtccliciiics.rrHE WHITE LEAD-Pure Fhtra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; .

were tj avail themselves of lint op:'mu/, he cntiMtlined President of the United States, to JULIA GAR- subscriber has taken the Store in Baltz- White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red; ,

a'te.J and hear what could b{i rruda of it. It the opinion that it might have bet-a im- UlXER, eldest daughter of the late David Gardiner JL ell' Buildings, formerly occupied by Mr. B. Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory B1ai ;; .

%-asson proved beyond all do'ibt by arguments:, ,.!ov\'cJ ihe i.ito d, ienuunof a convenient tue'iVxan form and duration.Oi FS/I. T. Caro, and as early as lath of May will open a 'Chrome Green and Saxon do;

pritonpraia Mexico {: p.intersfte, not received.illA1tIEITELbICEE.. stock of Paints Oils, Glass, &c., &c., for and French Brown Elife Black
f wLlc:, could not be controverted, that thiy were vii!' haabien noticed by Mr. Jones asatiuther Drugs, Spanish ; ;
; use, and in the fall will have a large and Green and Blua Verditter
proof ct th i.idu-poaition, of the Government of ---- -- summer ;
not ,Ich was of* course, a very mortifying cir-
i. assortment for merchants, planters Chrome Yellow im3 Oran.s do
Mexico j to amicaoie settlement: the undesigned i complete country ;
cj iisti'-ce to our fried, anJ worked: '.im u. to a u'u jre-ily aJmit (aaMii;: icr him-eif) that hetniaks / and physicians. FINE COLORS :-Ultamirfue: and Cobiit ;

the Gov-raml.Jt Mexico have -- ,- B. S. HAWLEY.Scaled Lake ami 'Crimson do -
pt-r.ect ire izy. Hal there not been superior! he- ought to ------ ----- -------- ap20 Lallow ;

he would in all ; have rcieaJ thtia-j pri tJlltrs. But he is bound to con- PORT OF APALACHICOLA .. July 6. Drop clo. and Antvycrp Blue; Incli-n Red; -
e:1. prubibih.y, .
.
rprl' I f11,1 .?>-, jai rranli.jesa! tint he lus reason 10tiin Proposals Chinese Vermilhoo ; English do ;

er>,'
.:.. lie r -s mnou !imj.self m.d I here .ir..Js iind. I :,' motjves tur tlv'ir: conduct' iu this particular, I II Brig Liwrance CopeUnd, Baker for Liverpool, WILL iooers appointed by the County Courtof Terra de Seinna ; Purple Brown; York do; f k .

v.'inc.i ma. ajjo.nt: for it, wttnojt retoiui; to aiMiirai with 4tM bales cotton and 43 sticks; cedar. Jackson County, at the April term of said Crocus Martis Mineral Green s. *
., .. ; ;
H'ly J ilB i.; ;1.ta tr 1 g .Imdtkd"'J, ud. "Miiou to with Tox"is
aJjuat
: :
I ( upon :. iclir: Mary Ann, Griarapn, for New Orleans. Court, in the year 1844, for building a Bridge Emerald and Paris Green, & ., &c. S -
i -re to ridicule ever., im-u' lhat :.,id -\:11 pedJM'-'l. -i.. i 1. hoiiordbie terms a: the ground ot Sclir Piironoiogist, Silvie, for St. Andrews. across the Chipola River, near Marianna in said S BRUSHES Linseed Oil Do. boiled; ; ;
tr.e (:o:'. led ueUMilion of tnese unn. >uv men. OILS & ;
.:. .1 ,'\ ': 'J 'lJH: 1W itivt of the u5j -ct. ..1'ld,1 Tntemporary inteiroption of the offijijl i.iterCOursf -i; Sloop ElIza brown, Brown, for St. Marks. county ; the work to be completed within one Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil; !

It nil Ij .Jl t.} io this i:> t.lIJ what: rudjen bftwetu" Her Majesty's Cha.ge d Arfaneiit t.1Iler :Ir \Vheaton, tom Brown's Ferry. year from the date of the contract with the buil- Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6U( ,aco; -

J.lexico dull th.a Govenimeut, is' jjDt.ct-d by Mr.Jouesaiauutu der; the contractor will be required to give bond, Varnish do. of all sizes; -
i'd ini'cei to ARRIVED.
i"lu 1 .1r : ff 3 it > ierjce ir.H .
r' tftit of a discouraging chaihcter.Ta ; Brig Morea, Benson, fm New York, via. Pens with good and sufficient security, to the County, Sa-sh.Tools from No. I to 8; Badger Hair ;
,: ir; .n, i lI: ,; .iv i vulgar slang; mixed .vit.i a iiad,TsiS'ied can only btv upon that point, cola, to Nourse .vV; ritone. iJSehr for the faithful performance of the work in the Artist Sable File-here, tlit and round ; (

!'.;\ ''' t.iti- :;i'id rtiohoctiurjiroinins! : : tint h? isfire llaIJ.it't"S. Government their} would S & T Parsons, Smith 4iys fm K Orleans, amount of the contract; proposals to be directedor Brussels do; Blinders oi a'i sizes; 'i|

: of words winch! ofcoirs'1 II.'L DdVtf d.-layd to cqiiuiiaiiicaie appreht-n- to master. handed to some one of the Commissioners. on Sable & Camel Hair renri!>, land lj in long
jIILLLk ,
-i!"':l1l'. ut) a Si .n"i to the .-..m eti'ici tj in-i lio\erument ofVx.ii --
Sloop Eliza Brown, Brown, fm St. Marks.Steamer or before the first day of July next. The County and Kalsomine Bres j )
if nad them for Stock ; .
iney li1i ipaied in a mu-
,
for !
wri without:: : meiainaj: or sense, wiovr 1Ue.it. Agaes, ktyml'ar, fin Columbus. Court has appropriated the sum of one thousand Marking Crushes, round ir.d fiat; -

*'le:1: a jyt'iin; sensible proceed! C'iJ1 \Vtfi I 7;jiH< alt! th? circnr>stances of the case as Steamer Siren, Wueaton, fm Bainbridge.. dollars to be paid out of this year's taxes, (but Scrubing and Shoe brushes; ,

t"* cur." TUii ridiculous corriritirihich carcfulfc a.iiie <:.tu, tf'e a..dr-.igiied will take the RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.Per the Commissioners ate of opinion that at least Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained.and .Patent do; .- -
iuen> u?r.% to expniv UKbeacl, that at no period one half ot the money will be ready by the first of Whitewash and Me:, do; -
of
that &
his former condition to a 7 bales cotton to Harper I
ni i bin tnn steamer Agnes-
">t lue uii..i"'>=:tllJU ot iicr Marty's' Government April next,) the remainder will be paid out of the and Shaving brushes -
95 order.IMPORTS Fancy ;
Hartshorne Dusting
& to
Holmes 5 to McKay I I
out( key, he giveut as the speech cf one of for 1 tne ritifUKMit ct tie di': )iite between Texas ; ; first monies raised by taxation the next year ; the Clothes and Hair do ; Gr:te and Hors dc;
and .'i.*xic.', could i ii ever ii-.iv aj.peared to them under the of the
time is be done supervision
fie ,innci;)ie debaterat the same ;ivi1gie work to Fancy Feater Dusters;
that :.n> 'vt-p; belter founded lu> of an early I
re ps '
YORK"Per Morea 90 pkgs mdzeto Commissioners. Below is a description of the
NEW brig -
thii4 the i white Ccach &c
n.tials: ct said debater's siame onlythtuthar and honorable adjustment than at the moment. VARNISHES: Copal, ; ; -
Bourse te Stone ; 13 to Farridr 3c Co ; 2 to D G Bridge--it is 'to be erected on the spot where the
iJ if. Jon ob-serve: the door to anne.\.a- Cabinet Polishing and Furniture d'/
,
wu'u : > a ;
ius lea2d it from the sileitco1iv5iiih ; T H -V G H Austin 3 to Harper i: I
re Riney ; 1 to : ; Bridge was built by the United States, and the
lion to in>.' United fctatt-s, was unexpectedly openedto Mastic for Pictures', Sic.WINDOW .
Even that is excimblu Holmes ; 33 to Roberts, Allen &: Co. ; 7 to McKayIc about 1,100 feet to be raised
)
merit length',
te-a/r it tm* ,). 04/1 .f t11c.J1Hllry; Ilariaiiorae 3 Dodge & -Gardner 2 to D iiYod same (say GLASS- -2,3(50 box: ass-rtc ?:zes of ;
consider the terribie atdU <;it Tue .:;pi;'jacii itj that j>a.j"c \vts: mo.-t probably ; to ; two feet higher at the west end, and from thenceon French Arnericar. S
li.Nve.ev'hen we \\ x Co. ; 4 to Preston& Macl uji\"t'C''d 111l..a t.o lurit ci.ne whea terfv.j. : level the terminus of the old the
: ) a to Bridge;
Mixed Paints of all colors for Ctf Fo3ts
unJer which he was !hint & Voting.MV' CCJ l
fxcitv'jD' a.td irritation .- u -i.iie of r.oJw.I true? 'l h1 wee:: t.ic. jI.ut.-, I :: UilLEANS-PerschrS & T Parsons- mud sills (with the exception of those in the bed Shipping and Plantation use; tete- '*ku l

itM-iri.i-it! the time. But there is i yet hope fr ':1U fUI: C'I..: .lH. uUrwCIl'III_ \' l"el.tI.-. I I .;7 bl5: port, 15 do meal, 41 do flour, 20 do bread, of the river) are to be 19 teet long 12 inches thick, variety of articles in the Painting line t o numerous f
.IcxiSiui
the roillill march :.J!) WI.M j uctQ-ajiy :1''ni i rn'oidu I I.bald do order. to be sunk two feet below the surface of the "
from nd 13
the pnir: feUuiv; jud in. '... ripiroiijuoii7, l.i-r for a. urunaic-j, -'ci *....u Jia: corn oat to I to mention. \r-y,
doubtless bedisfovered ..fxm3pumxmfmmfaamammmfmfafim amf&fi **ai B9 I earth; those in the bed of the river to be 26 feet 1 :
it will : >! itunu'lJ -- -- -
LO la
of mteUectral ncproveoient, fox A i'jtfere K:OVVU ue co'ue.n1
1'
fact < \OTICE.-\Vl\I. H. HUGHES( is my I long 14 inches square; the arches are to be fifteen : Rates of Whariagc.r .
notwith- in puiut of :n ,;; : :r,5.< &: ;
of l lew ear:, I
h-the' course a ) I'.ii I.l.nf' lui'sjc i ,Hoo3, .' t" *u7 G ;':?TIn djiv aui.iwiied aient during my ab. nce from feet apart (with the exception of those in the bed I HE following are the Rates of Waa.:ag? on )I .

staidin,' tlerlecj-: ion of this debate, that brutes *. it of: TtX-i .y.t.- ."_.t ',':' LIT ...i. Lit ferntory. SAM'LSCHIFFER.. of the rivtr ;) cap sills 10 feet long 12 inches J. all Cotton, Merchandise, &c. landed snipped f ;

are actually endowed with re a-ot. conssiju-.ntly a Slli J?, w, un .o; .:' '1." ')-vi .aki.! .' v, n .. In' Apalachicola! July Gth, IS.14._3t square; posts are to be the same size ; string from the Wharf this Pert : I

l.T I- : ,. ... ioJ.t ;.1 i'11 [.1.1.', :1 .- be the outside 32 feet to
: :
habits atd cjjwcity p IP': 1. : pieces to on long so as On Cotton, per bale, landed. ; .0 j cents .. '
overna:iTit suxtable to their i--- ; :. rc.sm tifioe's i.i-.i C A.I.-I- SOTICE-R.] CROCKETT KERR, is my -
inside
uJ U' O'i <.1" :. ;;, lap on every other cap sill ; thee string On" ". shipped. .6J It
will b! hr.T.edand the talents which iuve been 1.14. it C.,) h-ir .. '.," .. -t.ce ufjJTj'nSv; t.saf! .. !i/ru- l ie/cil; authorised agent during my absence from pieces three in number, to be 1C feet long, all 7 On Goods barret, landed, (esti -
rbi i :' win el follow _-o.Tiie .per
dl pb..ei by their worthy advocate will soon raise .iajtr'lUniit!'i i t Ii ',IJ! i ;: 11..1:; oi,-5 ae ou nn ill! 1 n Ji .Jisal.nr. :- r :.: 1'err.=Oi''. HEZ. SML1'H.AjaCliiCOla 3t. by 12 inches ; there is to be 4 arches in the bed mating five.cubic! feet or 20U Ibs. '

chief June 24, 1S-14.. je29 of the river, (the river pposed to be about 85 nett to barrel.3 "
him to same important station, probably his dJIIi ;It' o'lii :"ed to 'xp..: ? lii'' cii.ie.hu 'emiti.ii -- -- \1: equal a

ia t.'jeir! councils. :0 ion r Go.ernme.it and i-eople! of 1"-. as will ll.ut .iz-: NOTICE.-During my absence from thei'crtJiy feet wide.) the timbers for mud sills and posts to On Goods, per barrel, shipped' '. .3 II

Brayer principle !rui'tlii! ; ,lJcdcJhiH> ht.i\y; sicnJicf of tiieir Mr. GEO. J. TAFT, is my duly auagent. be 14 inches square ; string pieces to be 10 by 12, "Saltper sack, landed... .3 .

will b? be ccndeweJ to report L)ceum siecie-, n ittrnl* ,'t'xiite.iC. anJi tat upprf uiti th.t iti,' rnonzfd E. WOOD.. the outside ones to lap as above, and the same H shipped.; .: .3 .0

waleply aimc.ibt' ..eiilemMi l wnU I M-xico hapasstd = each arch be braced above and below II
thOU;l the readers of this worthy paper, ;j.ro-veci (t A-.iiac.Cola! June 20th, 1S44. je'22 3t number to ,to Woodpercord..2.S -
M away li b-iluvfs la it t'l-ie} is no goodfo'.mu .. ;- -------- with timbers 15 feet long 8 by iO inches; all Lumber, per M feet..50 f* P
his loss.
deplore n" for such' aI: iiuprcs-sivon. ; and he i-i als.) ( ; NOTICE.-JAMES RUAN Esq., i is myuulv the other braces required to be S feet long 0 by S Bricks, per M. .'. . . .50. .

I From ta: t -N'ew Uric.1n3 llJ1et! I I.t i tie Oi'inion; of that Texas it is to SLit renew in the me power nogotijtiurtswithilexico ot the #aut10.! 1'3'dgent. during. my absence? nom r' inches,,; girders to receive the posts of hand rails Shingles, per M. . .12J at .

i very cUnous correspondence h.is taken place, I Govriiiii"nt 11-on a luveful b.iis, by reassuring. the'Territory. BENJ. HURD. to be 22 feet long, 3 inches thick, 12 inches wide, Sacks of meal, corn, oats, or

and his been publish ny authority of the Texan thdt )vrarni1t upon a point to w.iich'u, i ii' justly Apahchicola, June ::20, IS 14. je22 3t one to every ten feet, (pine lumb,) hand rails to other merchandise, containingnot

Gover.rne'il! net'veen Cj.itAIM. EL.I.t::', tile I'.ritis.i ftuilita\ to expect coiMple rea..jrance .f;,'urfniliy be 5 by 7, one above and one below; the posts on more than three bushels. .2 ** .
HAMMOND
Chad'Alikir In 'ieXu-s, ..,.i l.f J'. .-\nsj.i: Junes I negotiation's witn Texas uri"t on 10\.1t. wUTICE.J03r.. Eq., which the rails rests to be the same size, 3j feet All lumber, salt or merchandise, sh'ipped en '

the reIn Secretary 'A SiLte. T-..c co.jciau'iiJ' uderslrilHd c.iunot refrain iro.n (.bd"f\"I1' u mv duly authorized agent durin my absencefrom" long ; braces to hand rail posts to be 3 by 4 inches. board vessels o'r steam-boat*, from ether Vc-s
I Ittter of this corre3jJo=.d .1C.-, which i-t all tuat is I. thcitnere i* no want of evid.r.c.- I., toe t..e--. oitiie tile. I'crntorv.JNO.. W. BABCOCK. The whole of the timbers i is to be of god heart steamboats or rafts, lying at the wharf, will be

. riecesiarv to an u.ulersLandnj of the \\hole, is I. r.nted Slates, that very cmui"it; atidpr.icJueJutv..iJn : /I palachicoia, June 20, 1544.FDR cyprtss, with the exception of the ftird 'rs above charged one wharfage only :

i.sered"oalr in mat co.iatry, are firmiy ov>.edt. !I named and the floor, which is to be ci'g-od heart I Wharfage on cotton, or other merchandise land.i'. 1 -
( ;v.Tailetter of Texas 10 the Umon, either, at feet of clear White .
: : shows:- I in'ill" ;'aviexatioa under orher,CfJHlitlOn than the SALE.-l.j or 2'J,000 Oak Plank and I pine, two inches thick. ed, to be patd by the consignee' ; and wlr.-ri; sped .r" .
Itiuit any White
1i I h:. Tne extreme anxiety of the Dritish Gov- I : or at of -IeiICO paciuliy oLl.1 ned. Neitnerdo'ct ; also, a lot of THOMAS GODWIN. by the party taking the bill of La'din' j -

i Crai3t with regard to the Uiatiotis pending I CIUCli: a:seem to be douhttul, jj'Jgmg from the sameM.xcf other lumber. Apply as above.W. BABCQCK. ., \VM. McNEALY, All go'ods and merchandise net en\l'"cr1 4 '

. I between the United States and Texas, and its I *. thai these opinion.ar. 'rvired by a large j je2-2 3t JNO. THOMAS M. WHITE, above will be charged at corresponding raf-is. "

. confederacy. Tne un- JAMES. G. BAKER, Vessels and steambonts i ire t"harf7 ':.
. desire thwart th l1I. I ;)j4 of thp- 'tof tail Robbery-$1OO Rcwai'iO I lighters ly

, 21Thitthe intluznce (or authcnty:: ) of the dsn'd: uusta that his own sincere desire for the the N FRIDAY the 14th ult., the Oirice cf thesubscriber JOHN DAVIS, \ and not receiving or dischar* !"ui r4 .
ffxawill be
Brituh G'jVfcrnme'il i ij exercised 1.1 Mexico to inlepend'Tic!; and prosperity of entered during hn absence, JAMES J. PITTMAN, will required to pay for toe use cf th b- I J!*
. t'thj&t lot all.i'li.i; to tn-ae cous-idewtioiw. on was Commissioner of two'dollars and cents ibt .' 'i m'givewaytovesseLorboatslaxingcrdisfr
prevent dr.jiculties between Mexico the woaleo drawer I sum fifty] per I
of forced
a s-ttb.iient dwell who
. no intention! to b .
. w ich, however, li tn ,some person Marianna; May 27, 1S44. jet1jy "- : r )
and Ffcxis, evceyt o.i co.rJ.ii.jii tiial tii-i lie will close tni note \\ an tae renewed declara- of an iron safe, (the outer door key, having been '

litter Will to ;i\e .tiJr.t :ces," not to c>njit to be tin of thiucsrreol: c ner L .najjsiy T.-; 't. tIoverLILiei1t{ : .nt,'trv 10ty left in the lock,)and took therelrom 308 J in gold. RunawayCOMMITTED Nc ro The following Article of(the Commerce Rtgul'dtic .- f;: I )
Chamber
annexBd I adiasiu.-uirf 1 this oicpiiteuiwnirm information a. wIll lead # TO JAIL this Apalachicola g
to tlia United Statw. heipfilmtue, ;; Whoever will give such c.4; day, a '

- rd. "Hut ftv-2ry possible iaJaccsient-wi-l: ne : of ho.ior j-iitiw 'tj advantage: botn to to the detection of the thief, even though the 3) negro slave, answering the following! des- strictly adhered to :- be al1a\ ". *'. '
of the -
held o-.tao.t! and .\Lic", ailaM t.ie; expr-ssion recovered shall receive black about Consignees of cotton.shll e re
et 01t to Texai, a.id every possnle ; /p.xas should not be ; ( I cription : complexion lght -
the
that money to remain the w't- .D'C' .
UJveriIiint: days for their cotton on
throw j 1.1 her xvav, to preve.it the incorporation opinion of hert.ijCst.Y' ndefice is the best the above reward of O\e 1-itindred D 611dfs. _: sixteen years of age; 5 feet 3 inches in without incurring : Of .
lude ; :
preservation of thfir .) two dais J.
, iTe3ishttie"Federal! Union, and Cjw, dliy for their ultimate! HENRY R. 'i'A YtR. height and answers readily when questioned; purchasers .t
, Lc-uity d Texas, ff after notification by t he whui" ,r',
of th psMs whar
that a be produced 1844 jyG'2t has on the forehead over the leit and {ge., .
recoadliatio.i will speedily uni : lv l' t, a scar eve
Apalachicola
co the !
nnarcijil. remain time i
: !luluicil they allow it 10 a longer -
rJ rit bstwecnftxico aid: Texas, 0:) a basis cosiforma'Jle f Tn/heaita; of tne ,ule,=i5aed &- stIll in a very Notice |! another.6n. the breasts j had on when"taken extra wharfage oi.6$ cents per !w' fcr
incur
t., Britisfi policy, if Texas can be pcrvaadad bro\t 1l conJiti'in: (,o mjcii! :O thit n wlite. ,'ith Take mat about four miles u'p, white wool hat badly worn, kersey pants, os- an twenty-four, hours that it remains tru Def -
w..it at 'V Ork4n4'ur UP on the W shirr and that when he left home every
itr torch Jjuii'.i: the of Annexation.4th. Bat wlll naburg says .
project di1icllty.: ) a piCKED drifting down, a large Wood and lurcher shall not be all, v d 10 -
tisafely ter.
is :of, .1S 1'1:1; a. city, afloat he nankeen pantaloons, his i is
itI That the! q'l' itio ) of Annexation CSSY1ti3IIy ill it: iuun > IIat', nti'tfJ : mica- 63 to "70 feet Ions, and wore says name I remain more than twenty.four hours without incurring
and e-itirely between the LM- I C.1:1, and will l h h.ir.'Y t3 r dCI' tar CUlnn BARGE, nearly new, from 1* Robert" and belong3 to Angus Fenhyson of
a question 1'-x to him of said an extra wharfage for twenty-four h-.ur
mil
of is owner or owners
Ited Sate 7il1 Grit lintain and whether Amen -,, thl.; Wl1iC:1Ih": lJv mIl: :1t ciuunel in good order. The Gadsden c'IunhFla.. The owner of said negro -. -
thr'i the forward thereafter.
. ; !
It'oIl, to come pay
) t.:1 '., III notified take notice
tJCa or English politics Uall prevail on this con- tn donor .& JL5. Barge are hc-rebv the will please prove propertyj pay All! bills will be presented monthly for colic c* 1
I at
inJicatcd
i or expirationof
has ,
he already take her away
1t IiZiet'. to toMr. < I chafes and charges and take him away, or he will be sold
convey -
. 11av.m: # hi", elf of tai* occauou i date, the same will be sold to tion. NOURSE & STOKER I A
fron law. C. ..
letter, geard thirty days according to SHEPARD,
We slid above that the concluding: J\J.I 3 n.-weJ a&urduc oi the JJJconideratuKi further inf.f'l1 tuo, Tpply at Apalachicola Dec. 4, 1943. ffj i
I. : he has For Sheriff of Franklin
'whc whica county.
Milrstaadin : -
U we lor a with piy expenses.
publiih, is all that is necessiry dtitnuishJ! JAMEs P. ROAN.
.
r. \1 of correspondence.e !. thM: Office or to Apalachicola' June 29th, 1844. Gmupf I Roberts Allen & Co.
; the: wnole honor to rem 11.1, 6 1914."J 3t -
3 servant, July -
Ciithfu
u, however, one p.int betrayed in the H:3 mot obedient ail ELLIOT.J Apnlarhicola. superior on hand and for sale:

. fint letter (f Ca;>t. Elliott, which we were nut ( ig.leJ) CHAtlLE:5 TJ'REI-{ nu rTEll.-11 keg8.Goshen; Butter, "LIARRISOAPPLE CIDER.-A manufacture, HAVE t and bar Iron; Blacksrr.ithH Tcsb;

1.e bet-Hiacluaifrted with, and which is remark _L' a prime article,ju t received from Ney, York in barrels for sale Badger's German, English Blister) and Cast ate&; -

1. StaT T h
!, on ;he solicitation of Texas proposed to Slates Senate. & STON. Hollow Ware, wholesale ;
jtT his seat in the United jel 46 Water street. and Cut Spike*; Nails;
street. Wrought
Water
tn Ush! and }French" that the 45
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governments: jv(5( Andirons Fue Irons' -
__ 'Brass
.et.ee three trea pow r$ should interp.'ise; jointly to procure a instant the Senate unanimously: bbls of Lime, for sale low by PAINTS, OILS, &c.:.;.73 kegs White Lead; Platform Scale?,Beams and Ballances; -

7 of P ace and recognition oi independence i On the loth S. Green M T IME.-SO KIMBROUGH & RIDGWAY, Black Paint; 10 do.Green; Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesale & Jttalt.

: betwe.n Mexico and Texas, and that England rejected the nomination of The James President then .LA his agent WM. H. HUGHES, 1 bbl Yellow Ochre? '5 bbl Linseed Oil; Also, a general assortment of Hardware ; .
I.ecllllpd the but Secretary' of the Trea t1lY. per 2 do are also prepared to attend to any e I .,
Proposition, immediately put to the 52 Water street.ROPE Spirits Turpentine; They "
Bibb; of Kentucky 'I:iCopper i--- .
t.t lb'IrlJ nominated George M. jvf for Iron or Brass Castings Blackaxnithin?,
neard". to procure a settlement on her! confirmed by 250 galls.Sern Oit; .
OWn 'era'IS. ofice: and the nomination was for sale by or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and Ci'-
,- lett It aPPears now, from Capt. Elliott'sJ same BAGGING.-Northern Baler Rope 200 Paint Brushes, assorted, reasonableterms. jan ly

thr to Mr. Jones that, after tins refusal to unite the Senate. nominatedand India& Baggifl for sal byapO DODGE & GARDNER Roofing-. on ,
York walJ
toe } 1006 and the' United States, England d e, of Sew ; Governor OfVisconsifl f n ELLISON & C0., 3Vater !t. apl/ 40 Waters*: CONSIGNMENT. bbU chertf

: bead! .er pro[ osals to the bellmgerent states unanimously confirmed of as Governor Doty's 10 x 12 S LEAD-500 lbs' Bar Lead. ON er, in prime order, put up expressly; ft. F-
*611 which she her \ at the expiration. GLASSl'-lO box superior BAR -
pIt" was interposing, put UTTNDOV fr.r pale by For .:le by family use. For sale bv- /

eili I, as was supposed, in a proper train, and term. 1 and postmasters V V and itfx. 14,'window chs3.rcGRIFF, CHESTER: FARRIQR & McGRIFF, CHESTER FARRIOR & McGEIFF
e7z of collectors .
at F ef1et cd a junction with, and the co-operation A great number of whom were rejected CHESTER, FARRIOR- .4.1V:1ter stre.et. jet 44 Watet'street-": 4'_ !!:' -. -tt Water teet.
:
.14 ranw, without reference to the United States. we're nominated, sonc jel r S -" -

We wy nothing of the discourtes implied in and some conttmed.1". '' .;, 0l S -. .- \-h-- : ;
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I t :' I ; LEGAL NOTICES. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES, MUNITED STATESTYPE INSURANCE AGENCIES.THE Accommodation S .

& STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY, c THE subscribers,fe _
t1 : Franklin Superior Court. N OTlCE.-Sj weeks after date, I will apply. Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York. NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIPFIRE inform the public, thai be'h tl)
to the Honorable Richard H. Long, Judge of INSURANCE COMPANY, -. on hand two good TWO HOftS
CHAMBERS. the for letters THE undersigned respectfully Office, JVb. 57 Wall Street, JV. Y. CARRIAGES, one he intends keeping in rSr
Robert J. Floyd comp't., ] administration County Court of the Jackson estate James County, ,V. Exurn, Ijl inform the Old Patrons FOUNDRY of the- Insure Dwelling-houses, Warehouses and Build- hassee, and the other at his old stand at Chah: '

vs.: I IN CHANCERY. late of said on deceased. C. C. COBB. TYPE & STEREOTYPE" ings in general, Merchandise, Household hoochee, ready to run.at all times whenever Sn:
j JtEsCONNER'S"
Curtis ind Griswold, ea.A. j 1 Marianna county 4th 1844. mil 6w formerly known as Furniture, Ships building, Ships in Port ed upon, and on very accommodating terms H:
May and more recently as
1' defendants. and their Cargoes, and evary description Horses and Carriages are good, and his dHiiS
1 TT appearing to the Court afCdavit filed in I shall apply ?? "CONNER& COOK'S, and the public of personal Property, careful and obliging, and from his endea
JL this cause, that said Lewis Curtis and George NOTICE.-Fourwceksafterdate of the Coun- in general, that they are prepared to execute AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.J. please arid accommodate the public heretofore t!

l Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola Land ty Court of Jackson County, for an allotment of orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c., SMYTH ROGERS, President.R. confidently hopes for a continuance of favor
t Company, and aid John M. Berrien and David my dower in the real and personal estate of and every other article necessary to form complete W. MARTIN, Secretary. patronage. REUBEN SCOTT a
I Selden who defendants in said cause, reside deceased. Printing 'Establishments, on as favorable .
are Frederick L. Ming, DIRECTORS. Chattahoochee, Fla., April 1, 1844.
I '. c beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit : the SUSAN A. raING.Iarianna 'terr, ;* ->d'of'as good a quality as any other es- J. SMYTH ROGERS, ROB'T :McCOSKRY, ocr The Stage will be found at the Plantert

i : said Curtis and Griswojd in the state of New !\ April 25, IS.14._my4 4w tabh .. nt-in-the United States. JAMES.BRYAR, HENRY PARISH, Hotel], Tallahassee. ap16
.f York; and the said Berrien and Selden in the The Type cast at this Establishment, re, both i JAMES McBRIDE, REUBEN WITHERS 3xn
; : state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be OTICE.-Four weeks after date, I shall applyto in style of face, and the'material of which it is!. JOHN ADAMS WILLIAM SCOTT, Slimmer Arrangement. --
,4 t published once a week for the space of four months the Hon. R. H. Long, Judge of the Coun- made, particularly adapted for service in Newspaper -' JOHN HAGG J RTY, 'F. SUYDAM ub.tantl.ll..t.runniugU j
Court of Jackson County, for an allotment of ; G. C. VERPLANCK: PETER I. NJSVIUS Boat
fl r in the "Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper ty Printing. fS.THE SIREN, Shari
I I printed in this district, before the ensuing term my dower in the real estate of Lackland M. {$C;- All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order.' JOHN JOHNSTON RICHARD IRVIN, F;; will hereafter leave Ap .,
f I ... of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each Stone, deceased. HANNAH D. STONE. N. B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above JOS. KERN CHAN, C. V. S.J ROOSEVELT, lachicola every MONDAY

t.: of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the Marianna, April 25, 1844._._ my 4 4tv. three times, previous to November next, Will be P.JOHN LORILLARDJ I. PALMER, E.GEO.D. HURLF.UT P. POLLEN, o'clock, A. M., for Brown's Ferry, and will lean atg

.,,, : complainants: bill will be taken pro confesso: OTICE.-Six months after date, I will applyto entitled to pay in type, on making a bill'of four .GAMES McCALL, WM. COLGATE, Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY and Chat;
L I oj Ii against them (a copy-teste.:) N the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the times the amount of the three insertions. : LOWELL HOLBROOK. tahoochee every THURSDAY at 12 o'clock, M.

I 5,1; t + r GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.Apalachicola County Court of Franklin county, for letters of JAMES CONNER &. SON. I The undersigned have ''been appointed agents The SIREN is neatly arranged, and for t e'

f f ,} I May 30th, 1844. __fel4m___ dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson. New York, June 1st, 1814. je"83m 'of the above Company, and are Empowered to issue convenience and accommodation of passengers j Q
Court H. B. StONE, Administrator. Thomas JC. Gray, policies of insurance against 'loss or damage unsurpassed by any boat: on the river.
Franklin
f.: AT CHAMBERS.Superior Apalachicola, May IB i 1844._my8 6m HAVING 'opened a Tailoring I by fire, on as favorable terms as other good: offices. VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS,
k June 15 1814.
? NOURSE & STONE Apalachicola, Contractor
; '. Robert May, comp't., -Six months after date I will apply J ,Establishment in the room lately ,
NOTICE occupied by D. H. Pallais Esq. Apalachicola h 23,1844. 46 Water st. Steamer
t vs.Curtis 1 CHANCERY. Hon. .Judge of the County Court for Augusta
IN
: i and Griswold, et al., Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the w ch-maker, directly over Mr.' THE ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY of THE fine fast running first clan ,
t : defendants. J estate of John Norton, late of said county, de LA' I F. Kopman's store, where he is I t '. IT appearing to the ,Court from affidavit filed ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r. L \ prepared to execute all orders-in the said Company, is prepared to issue policies of &; :master'will run regularly during j
i' thi came, that said Lewis Curtis and Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. a20 6m 4 a workmanlike manner, and trusts Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on the season between Apalachicola I
i George Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola \ to give general satisfaction to rivers, on ''favorable'terms. The capital of the and Columbus, when the'river will admit, touch.
J \ : Land Company, and said John M. Berrien aid; I XT0TICE.-Six months after date, I shall apply V V ..-. those who may favor him with above company is large and invested in the safest ing at all the intermediate landing. She will i be''
I } David Selden, who are defendants in said cau,.. to the Honorable :Judge of the County Courtof .. ___V :-- their patronage. possible manner, and its ttlement'of losses has at EUFAULA on her downward' trip,every Wednesday I
4 I reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: Jackson county, for'letters of dissmission from March 23, 1844. always been'prompt and liberal. and will take freight or passengers on the
Griswold in the state of New the administration of the estate of John S. Randolph reasonable and insurance
t' the said Curtis and V DAN"'L J. DAY, Agent. most terms, can be obtained
It York; and the said Berrien and Selden, in the late of said county, deceased. Tailoring. Apalachicola, April 8, 'I84'1. on her as low as on any other beat.
t: state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a iui:iOii be FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor. (QS- TERMS-Cash on Delivery. .{)J The Augusta's accommodations fcr passenO'rIare I
i Marianna, Fcb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m Spring and Summer Fashions just received subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION)
published once a week for the space of four !'noutlis! THE not excelled, her Cabin being all in State
in the "Commercial Adverti," u. nc'v: :tper -Six months after date I shall apply ( THE subscriber respetl'liytYf.ld : COMPANY, of Hartfdrd, rooms, and every exertion will'be made to retain
printed in this district, bro U".e ensu.'a! { form AJOTICE 1M J to the Juage of the County Court for Franklin : 'J informs the'Citizens of ApaUciu-\ : Conn., with full power to receive proposals and the well known reputation she has sustained for|
r #' cola, and its vicinity, that having j tc ;--Tie policies on as favorable terms as other
j of said Court, requiring said defend.;' its.; ;vs'i' eh for-letters of dismission from the administration I safety, comfort and despatch.For .
county, '
for the Summer located himself ?'. ;line f *, is prepared to insure against loss or
: of them, to appear and iur, oth(! r cisc tie! of the estate of Martin Snyder !late freight or passage, apply'to
1: T ; complainants bill will bt t uke pro :,ifri: of said deceased.Dec kl: '1 the Office of R. J. Moses,Esq., un i I .tr i -_.: l>y Fire, and also to take Marine and In- STOW & STARR,

t I 1 against them. (a copy-. -t: ,*.) 25 county, 1843. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r. &\ E I Chestnut'street, is prepared, and ,1..1 isks. The reputation of this crinpany for THOS. A. TERRY,
"" GEO. F. JB "l i'/ELI. Ciprk. -: iJ\ ') will be pleased-on reasonable I settling losses with promptitude and liberality is Agents, Eufaula.

Apalachicola, May 30th, .' ...,-. jel Im N- OTICE.-Six months after date I shall applyto l {I terms--to'execute all orders in his well known. DAN'L J. DAY, B. ELLISON & CO.,
) the Judge of the County Court for Franklin L--! ?-- line business,in the latest styles Apalachicola, April S, 18.:14.: marl Agents, Apalachicola.
Franklin Supcrioc itJollr-t. county, for letters of Dismission from the -- and'warranted to suit.N. -
AT CHAMBER ;. administration of the estate of Robert Robinson, B.-Boys Garments.particularly attended to. Tax Notice > Steamer 'Charleston.'

I Thomas L. Mitchel, late of said county, deceased.H. JAS. C. COLEMAN. IN conformity with an Ordinance, passed by 47rd4: THE new, splendid and fasti
vs. comp't'l B. STONE, Adm'r. Apalachicola, June 1st, 1844. j jel tf Mayor and Council of the City of Apa.. running steamer CHARLESTON
Dodge,McDougald, I Ip Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. 6m lachicola, March 22d, 1844, entitled "An Ordinance .. Freeman, Master,will,in conn.necfion I
and Bass, trustees of the L. A. LeGay, I to raise a Revenue for the use of said City." with the LOWELL, make
: j Franklin Land and Apalachicola I OTICE.-All persons indebted to the estate (AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,) I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this Tegular semiweekly 'trips between Eufaula and!

Lot Company; CHANCERY. I of HENRY BEADLE, deceased, are requested I COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of December Apalachicola, and ail intermediate! landings,and
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1 I Lewis Curtis and George to make immediate payment to the sub- TAKES this method of inform next, at 11 o'clock, A. M.in front of 'the when the condition of the river Will warrant will
p Griswold, trustees of the scriber; and all persons having demands against ing the public, that he has )just Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at pnblic Tun to Columbus.The .
Apalachicola Land Co. ; said estate will present them duly authenticated returned from New York with a outcry to the highest bidder, so 'much of the following Charleston is neatly arranged for the con.
,f Myers, assignee in within the'time prescribed by law, or this notice new and splendid assortment ofJEWELRY described property, as \Vill bring double forf and 'convenience of passengers,, and withal;

bankruptcy of George W. will be plead in bar of their recovery. V the amount annexed, together with all costs and is a large, well built craft-, capable of carrying
I\ Ross, defendants. J JAMES GIBSON, Administrator. Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a charges of sale. much freight, with perfect safety, is any boat on
.'\ (\ I:T appearing to the Judge by affidavit; filed in Apalachicola, April 17, 1t 1. apt!) 'Jin new pattern of befcutiful: reastpins.lmong'themSG'ne Blocks. Lots.To. whom assessed. $ cts the Chattahoochee, and can affofd to do has
this that said Daniel James DIAMONDS of the first water--Gold and '
\ It cause McDougald, OTICE.-All claims Iiailst 1 cheaply. For freight or passage, apply to eithe I
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis I the estate of Mrs.persons MARY having A. SCOTT, deceased .Silver Thimbles, Gold and .Silver Pencils* Gold g A. T. Bennett,.. . 2206 I JOHN M. MOORE, |
and George Griswold and Myers, resideS .ud: Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob WM. A.
; will them within the time C2 SCANDRETT & Co.
j beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the prescribed bylaw please, present or this notice will brc pleaJIn Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors-, Ma.-ftle: 26 2 &.15'C 3 E. Bartlett,.. . 875 Agents Eufanla.

I! r, said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state bar of their recovery; and all those indebted low Clocks for, cash.FULL tine .Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell H2 3 Birdsal,. . . 250 :MOORE & McKENZIE,
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the will please tall and settle the same. H2 4 J. C. Birdsal,... u. 250 McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
---,- state of New York; and the said Bass in the state E J WOOD, Administrator. JEWELED GOL7) WATCHES AS CHEAP AS Fl 9&12 Calhoun&Bass.10jO febi9 Agents ApalachicoTl

p. r' $ of Alabama.once a week It is ordered for the,space that a of notice four be months published Apalachicola, April 10, 1844. ap3 2mXTOTICE.All All kinds Watches SEVENTY and DOLLARS.Clocks repaired) and Al 1 5ohnEvansj.! . . .'. 250 NOTICE.-All persons are hereby -

before the ensuing term of this Court, in the persons having claims against warranted to perform well. D2 i&9 C. Edmondson,. . ..... .2900Imp'd cautioned against crediting the
__ Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in LN Thomas Williams, late of Jackson county, N. B. Persons residing in Apalachicola., or H1 )&l6) Offi ets or Crews of either of th I
John Gilmore.. . ..
4 E 11 250 ,
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along the river, wishing their Watches other steamboats CHARLESTON"Ii
deceased to the same duly or !
this District, requiring said defendants to appear are required present .
F. . . .
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and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall authenticated within the time prescribed by lawor Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to send 00 COLUMBUS," on account of said boats, as co I
be taken confesso: against them. this notice will be plead in Lar of their re- them by trustworthy hands, during the boatingseason 1 9 Estate of John Gillispie, 2 2.3 debts contracted on account of either of the said
pro can have them Mr. L C2 6 & 7 Jacob Harvey,. . . 750 Boats will be either the
( teste) covery. All persons indebted to said estate are repaired by Gay., regarded is binding on
copy Imp'd A2 7 John Kerns-. . .'. 350Imp'd '
s14.k GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. requested to make immediate settlement. and returned with nearly the same despatch as... Boats or undersigned. WM. S NELL.
II : Apalachicola, May 31st, IS,11. jet 4m THOS. WHITE, Administrator. though his establishment were in Apalachicola. 10 3 John Kennedy, .. .. . 250 Columbus, Ga., June 10th, 1844. je293t
8 2 J.C.Love,.. . . 300(
Marianna, Jan. 19th, 1844. jan22 6m Columbus, Ga., Otto 15, 1843. 40 tf ;
; Apalacliicola District of Florida 17 3ViUiam Low,.. . 300 Sealed Propo.saJsWILL
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In Superior Court-Franklin County. u $250 Reward 132 11 1 Charles McKinney,.. 5 00 be received by the undecsigned, Com
;) Alphonse Loubat, ) JN CHANCERY. O'.tICE.-The undersigned have this day WHEREAS, on the night of the 18th instants Imp'd E2 10 J.Martin,.. . . 425 appointed by the County Cost:
VS. 1 formed a partnership under the name and house of George Hawkins, Imp'dA2 6 Mitchell Marzell,. . ,. 325 of Jackson County, at the Apri; term of said
\ David D. Churchill, 3 Bill to foreclose :Mortgage. style of '"GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the transac- Esq., was destroyed by fire, and is supposed to be E2 5 Jno. T. Myrick,. ... 500 Court, in the year 1844, for building a Bridge
J I' :TT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the tion of a general Wholesale Grocery and Commission the act of some incendiary. Now therefore, by Fl 11 Joseph: Mitchell,.. . 450 across the Chipola River: near Marianna in said
said David D. Churchill the above defendant, Business. D. GOLDSTEIN, virtue of the powers in me vested, as Mayor of .E2 9 K. McKenzie,. .-... . 500 county ; the work to ''be completed! within one
,. -., .. resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and JOHN R. BEERS. the City of Apalachicola, I hereby offer a rewardof HII &. 17 Maitland. & sons,. 700 year from the date of the'Contract with the builder
out of the Territory of Florida, bat within the Cokmbus, April 1, 1544. ap3 2m TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS HI 9 & 12 Peter and Jos MHchel. 6 00 ; the contractor will be required to give bond

J i'\\ t United States: It is ordered, tfyat publication be partnership heretofore existing for the apprehension and conviction of the personor 15 8 A. J. Norris,. ...-.....-, 300 with good and sufficient security, to the County,
made in some newspaper published in the city of NOTICE-The between the subscribers under persons committing the act ; and it is further 30 7 Oirden, & !Fergusonji'l. -, . 1 25 for the faithful performance of the work in the!
L Apalachicola, once a week for four months, requiring the firm of PRESTON & MACLAY," is this enjoined and required of all Officers and good Tmp'd C2 03 D Ryan- . 325; I amount of the contract; proposals to be directedor
( : him to appear and answer the said hill of day dissolved by'mutual consent._ citizens, to use diligence in detecting the off nder3. lmp'd A 00 John KaiTiti:: ,. . . 2 25 handed to some one of the Commissioners ODor
complaint on or before the expiration of that THOMAS ;PRESTON, Given under my hand, in the City of Apalachi. Imp'dA2 2 Frank WhlCe,. .. .. 3 00 before the first day of My next. The (Jounty
time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed J. C. MACLAY.' cola, this 20th day of June, A.D. 1844. 7F2 .1 1"no-; L. \V'r, .. : Court has appropriated the sum of one thousand,

against him, and such further order given in the Apalachicola, May 8th, 1844. mil 1m je22 It DAVID G. RANEY Mayor. 13 :Henry Williams,. .-.-. .. 6 00 dollars to be paid out of this year's taxes,(but
premises as to the Court may seem jntice.f. : ----- least
I AnProviding Orniiiancc PETER HOBERT, the Commissioners are of opinion that at
(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, N OTICE.-i'he co-partnership heretofore existing for the arrest of offenders[ &c. City Tax Coiltctor. one half ot the money will be readyby the first of
J. & L. BRANCH, Clerk. in this place between,the subscribers! Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor, and Apalachicola, June 7th. 1814. jo5 (6m April next,) the remainder will be paid cutoff.
: Solicitors for Compl'ts.Apalachicola under the firm of MOORE & McKFNZIE, is this Council of the City of Apalachicola, That in all first monies rafsed by taxation the next year;
I. if' i -..: .- Feb. 29, 1814. mll-4rn day dissolved by mutual consent. cases, upon complaint beinginade of the violationof 'I:,' FOR RENT.-Any person wishing to, work .i is to be done under the supervision of the,
Franklin" "* "-"" I I Court.! II JOHN M. MOORE, any ordinance of saifi city to the Mayor, he ",: ;iii;; rent the House-, known as the "GEORGIA Commissioners. Below i is a description of the

Superior WILLIAM A. McKENZIE. shall have full power and authority to issue his 1!! &. ALABAMA HOUSE," and the small' Bridge-..:-it is to be erected on the spot where the
1 A. G. Semmes Spring Term, IS 14. Apalachicola May 18,1844.Commission warrant directed to the Marshal of said city, commanding tenement adjoining it; \vill please apply to Bridge was built by the United States, and tliisame
,) him to arrest the person or persons cotnplairted -
jel 3t JAS. F. FARRIOR
vs. >Damages $500-Attatchment. Business. against, and detain him, her or them until Agent. length, (say about 1,100 feet) to be raised
.. Elias Simpson, ) otherwise ordered by the Mayor.Sec. FOR RENT-The first floor and upper two feet higher at the west 'end, and from thence
I THE.defendmt: and all persons interested are New York, March 12th, 1844. 2 Be it further ordained, That in all cases ;iii;; loft of STORE No. 10 Columbus BuildJjQings on a level to the terminus 'of the old Bridge; tbe
: institution of the above suit, OG- WITH a knowledge of business derived when judgment may be rendered m the Mayor's I together with a Counting Room on mud sills (with the exception of those in the.bw

and are required to appear and plead as requiredby from an experience of more than twenty years in Court the :ordinances against any of person said for a the violation of any of the second floor, if del red. Owing, to its prox- of the river) are to be 18 feet long 12 inches thicVto till
city, Judge of said of t
law. Commercial and other business and be sunk two feet below the surface
A. G. SEMMES. pursuits, good imity to the Cotton Press, it is
; Court remit such portion of said upper undoubtly,
I Apalachicola, Jan. 18, 18U. ap203m facilities, the undersigned tender their services, in his opinion may may be proper, when its judgment appearing as the best location in the City for a Ship Chaadlery earth; those in the bed of the river to be 26 feet.
fineen.
Franklin as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur- that such offence was committed under mittigating and Grocery Store. Apply to long 14 inches square; the arches are to be
r Superior Court. chase and sale of [tall kinds of Produce, and For :1tcunstances. je5 3t H. D. DARDEN. feet apart (with the exception of those in the bea
Spring Term, 1814.. eign and Domestic Goods. Passed by Council 30th May, 1844. of the river ;) cap sills 16 feet long 12 IDC.ef.
ji Hyllyer Bush & Co. ) Their business will be conducted upon estab- DAVID G. RANEY Mayor. Runaway Negro square; posts are to be the same size; string

j 4 VB. J S Foreclosure of Mortgage. f lished principles, and with a view to prompt returns V An Ordinance 'COMMirrED TO JAIL, this diy, a pieces to be on the outside 32 feet !long, soasi to_

i ; ." Wm.H.Shephcrd.defendant and all for all sales effected, and answers to all To raise a Fund for the City Hospital. I negro slave, answering the following description lap on every other cap ,sill ; the inside trigpieces '
t t THE notified of the institution persons interested are orders with which they may be favored. Section 1. Be it Ordained by the and : complexion light black bout three in number, to be 16 feet *on'arj ihe bedof !
of Mayor
the above Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of Council the sixteen years of age; 5 feet 3 inches in by 12 inches'; there is to be 4 arches in t[ '
suit, and that I will to the of City Apalachicola, That from -
apply Judge of i
abouiofeet
the be
F Cotton or other Produce will be duly honored on height and answers readily when questioned; the river, (the rivet supposed
and after the first of
Court of Frankm the day September next the
4 A Superior County, at Spring receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special has a scar on the forehead over the left eye and wide.) the timbers for mud sills and grts12: j
shall be levied
of said following taxes all
Court for
term foreclosure
: 't. ? mortgage. A., 1844 G. SEMMES, a Plft's Atty.of.said agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of arriving in said City by seas viz upon: Upon passengers each and another on the breast; had on when taken be 14 inches square ; string pieces to and be the ;J
responsibility of drawers. up, white wool hat badly worn, kersey pants,os- the outside ones to lap ai above, -
1. Apalachicola, Nov. 24, 1844. apl20 3m I every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fifty aDd blow -
DE COIN shirt and that when he"left arch- be braced above '
FOWLE, & CO., cents and each and naburg says home, number to each to .alt
,
I Franklin Superior COIrt.t __tnar30!:: 6m 78 Pearl street.L. upon every passenger arriving he wore nankeen pantaloons: says his name is with timbers 15 feet long 8 by 10 ancbes. 8" ,
by sea from foreign the
I 'Vm. Lawrence, 1 dollars. any country, sum of two U Robert" and belongs to Angus Fenhyson, of the other braces,reqbired to be 8 feet long t 6d JJ

ji t ),s' vs. of"L W. Spratt, Gadsden'bounty, Fla. The owner of said negro inches ; girders: to receive the! posts of IhaDwide,.
Bill Sec. 2. Be further ordained That the
cc.
:. Elizabeth Lawrence, formerly J < I ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW. own- will please take notice, prove property, to be 22 feet l long, 3 inches thick, 12hDCde5rail..to
er or master of each and vessel pay
the future reside in this city. All every arriving at
Elizabeth Burn J WII..Lh him feet lumber,
; and take
this charges away, or he will be sold one to every ten (pine on
after
the first of
committed legal business his port, September next
I &t THE defendant in this: case will takeJnotic; i care while a resident of to shall according W law. C. J. SHEPARD, be 5 by 7, one above and one below; the. Posts{ret
will ad- render without
under
'oath
Quincy please
to the
) I delay, Trea- 3l
4 ( t the first of October wil. the same sIZe .
on day nest, I dress him at this place. He will continue Sheriff of Franklin county.Apalabkola' which the rails rests to be be50
and
a regu- surer of said city, a true full amount of all
proceed to take the depositions of Timothy Smith Ur attendance upon the courts of Jackson and June 29th, 1844.. Gmupf long; braces to hand: rail posts to be 3 by 4i"J ,
in the above case at the Clerk' Office'in the City Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at passengers!; arriving in his vessel, and'said owneror The whole of the timbers is to be off '
: I of Apalachicola, at which time and place 'the Tallahassee. master of such vessel, shall pay to the Treasurer CORDAGE & OAKUM.- with: the exception of the j gi : abof
i' .. .,, .. the said defendant may attend.R. Officft over W. A.Wood's, No.:23 Water street. of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and of Manilla Cordage, assorte' ; named cypress and the floor, which is to bee i }g ,lJtarl
J. MOSES, Att'y for Pl'ff. : Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1st4WOI. every passenger, for which tak the vessel shall 25 bales Oakum, for sale by pine, two inches thick. *
I Apalachicola June 25 1844. r also be held Hable ; and any owner or master of DODGE & GARDNER, GODWIN,
j _ _ _,_ _ _je29_ 3m_ Sydney Green, lL D. such vessel, refusing or neglecting to comply with ap6 40 Water street \VM.THOMAS McNEALY,
':...! In Jackson Superior Court, ID)1 : GREEN .takes this opportunity of expres- the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable to THOMAS M. WHITE
i ,r. : To the Spring Term, 1844. sings gratitude to his patrons; and to assure said city in 'the penalty of fifty dollars. S UNDIS.-l0 bbls Cider Vinegar; L. G. BAKER,
: James Boon,) them tMRt shall be his constant endeavor to render Sec. 3. Be it further ordained. That the fund 2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia; JAMES
VI. LIBEL FOR DIVORCE. hin'ifznote useful in his profession 6 chests Teas, green, black, &c.
: arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be reserve- BWSsfe
Piety Boon. N Officft'oii Centre near Water street. dec25 and used only for the benefit of the City Hospital 10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs and Cloves !

: THE defendant in said case, will take notice HAIRS C'HAIRSReceived! per ship under such regulations as the Mayor and Councilmay 10 box Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices; jeStiJY "
we shall proceed to take the testimony __, Marianna prescribe. 5 baskets Salad Oil; :5 kegs Bar Lead; MariannaMay27.1844. --

?. of Dr. Nathan J. Pittraan, William G William 10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs, Passed by Council, 20th June, 1844. 30 bags Shot, assorted ; 1 case Sardines; OILS, GLASS, &c.
l Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday: the 3 cc curled DAVID G. RANEYMavor.. 5 cases tickles; 1 do Preserves; PAINTS kegs White Lead;
sixth day of May next at 10 o'clock M. 5 do Tomato do Lamp;.
u
A. at 2 Boston Rocking Chairs, Catsup, for sale by bbls Linseed Oil; 5
the store of Battle & Brothers, Jtoky Mount, 1 Mahogany u. AXES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes, DODGE & GARDNER, 5 Glass-Tassorted sacs,.

North Carolina by interrogatories 1 now filed with I i Also-Sofas, Sideboards, Beaureaus, Tables received and for sale by _!r.pl6( 40 Water street. 100 75 lbs boxs Verdegris; Paint Br1J3b d.it;
I : -Clerk of said Court. Bedsteads, Washitands, Curled Hair Mattrasses'Feathers ap3 B ELLISON CO., 33 Water st. Lead & "
GLASS. 10 box superior 10 x 12 Copel Varnish, Li herage'r by
k \ YONGE & TAYLOR, &c., all of which will be sold low for WINDOW sale
AND
i Solicitors for Cash by :PETER PILOT NAVY BREAD.-50 bbls Pilot 14, window glass, for sale by Jut anBos' HAfIXY,
Complainant. HOBART.
do
: Nayy, for sale by CHESTER FARRIOR & McGRIFF steett-r
,
,
3 2d 1841- n'1arch4 Com11-rt*
April 1m
\I tp9 &
'1 fobs w A WOOD, 23 Water st. jet -14 Water street. jel cor. Chestnut

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