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D..B. Wood Co.,
COMMISSION MEaCH t-\TTS.
No. .29 Water street.
janI Apalachicola, Fla.


Harper &Ho!aaB(,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,
jan29 Apalachicola, Fla.


* B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS TN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERC-ANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
de-l ly Apalachicola, Fla.
E. R. FLEWELLEN. M. V. BUTT.
Flewellen & Butt,
|FFA.CTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No.. 2 Columbus Block,
; Apalaehicola, Fla.
({* Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped
to New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 6m


CARDS.


Thos. L. JMitchel,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANT.,
No. 33 -Water st. Apalachicola.
dec7 ly
Dodge & Gardner,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street, /
decl8 Apalachicola, Fla.


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Samuel Schifier.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
No. 49 4Water street.
janl Apalachicola,, Fla.
W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
Apalachicola. nov ly


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Moore & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS;
No. 32 Water street;
Apalachicola.
JoitN M. MOORE. )
WM. A. MCKE rziE nov1 ly
Farrior & Co.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No'. 44 Water-street,
Aiov25ly .. Apalachicola, Fla.,
Si B. Ilamilton,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING;
No. 47 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
N. Miller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
*HATS, &c.
Corner Water and Chesnut streets,
Apatachioola.. novl ly
He. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,.
rirl ly Apalachicola, Fla.._
P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE,
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street,
decl4 ly Apalachieola.
Michael A. Myers,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT-
No. 28 Water street, /
Sale Days-WEDNESDAYs and SATURDAYS.:
^ H. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No.. 31. Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla..
SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER.
Seward Dill -& Co..
AUCTION'& COMMISSION. MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
{, Liberal advances made on all consignments,
and business entrusted. to them will be,:
promptly attended to
Refers to-LANE &.RE AD, Boston.
CARY COOK, Portland, Me.
I S. C.'WHITTITK,- HalloweI1.
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S. ,- cial directionis..as' to the nurnber of insertions
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- be-,published UNTIL FORBID; they will there-
fore be continued at our discretion, and charged
according to the foregoing1 rates.
. :" ;., Legal Advertisements ot which the term of pub-
lic.fion is fixed by law, will only be excepted
L. from, ihe above rule.
.hro those who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
"': "-'0 count will be made; but all advertisemnents not
'..; s Atrictly pertaining to their ,-,vn business, as,
"" \ well a3 all legal adv>?rt i. ,-,?.rrs s.:.nit iM by them,
. .. *'. will be charged 't the usual ,'it, -.
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*' l be charged FIVE DOLLA RS dlii'ii thie canvass,
payable in all caves in advance.
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7'* personal or individl.il naturee, or puffs of new
\ inventions, gf6ds, &., will be charged for as
:. advertisements, at oturdiscretiom
i'."'; O Thie.followinz geatlemen ari our autlibri-
^ zed agents; and tley are empowered to receipt,
for the paymnent of any subsripti6ns, advertise-
ments'or other printing, to be forwarded to us:.-
J. HOLLI1SWORTH, New Orleans, ILa.
4 B. G. ALDERAL-.iN, Marianna, Fla.
J. S. SA.NcREZ, St. Augustine, Fl'.
J., ATKINS, Tallahassee, Fla.
SE;,N. GIBSON, Quincy, Fla.
^. ;:- J', PENIN, St. Joseph, Fla.
N. BAKER, Brown's Fernr, Fla.
FrANCIs ARNou, (ahI..hu, C.u':.,tk F'I N
, W. TABOa, Washindgton CO,-i:ty, Fl.1.
'" A. S. GREENWOOD, Albany, B:i,ker Co., Ga


BY AUTHORITY.
RES O LUTION S.
ADOPTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, AT ITS
LAST SESSION--1b-,44.
P,'eamnt~le an..l ResoluJtions.
A\HERE-.';, 1W oa'tact ot 'CI.'er's approved Au-
Crust '2.0th, 1"_40, the number ot clerks and officers
oI_' fle Legislative Counneil 'has bekii reduced, arid
their pav fixed at three dollars'per" diem each ;
pnd whereas. by s id-reduetin.theduties and la-
bors o' said ofii:eis ,ire increased, thereby render-
ing it almn,-st, iIIpOstiblie to ,-,blain suitable alid
competent, per,',ns t fill some Xt"t [)- most imn-
portant/'offices of a Legislative bodiy, at the rate
now fiXed: There '. :
Be it therefore resolved by the Governor- and
Legislative council of the Territory of Flrida,
That the pay of the Secr_-tarY of theHouse, and
the Secretary of the Senate is too small to, induce
competent persons to take tipon themselves the
responsibility and labor.of the office,"ard that the
same ought to be increased to six dollars per diem,
and in the opinion of the Legislature, they should
be paid that sum for their- labors at thte, present
session.. .. -;
Be it further resolved, That the pay 6f the'pther
"clerks and officers of the Legislative coniiill, to
wit: Assistant Secretaries, Foreman, Messenger
and Sergeant at Arms or door keeper be increas-
ed to four dollars per diem,,and in the opinion of,
this Legislative council, th~y should. receive, that
sum for their services to the present council; and
that the additional compensation of seventy dol-
lars be allowed to the Foreban of the Senate act-
ing as assistant clerk for hi services for the pre,
sent session. r
Resolved further that a' certified copy of the
above preamble and resolutions be transmitted to
our -Delegate in Congress;' also, to the Secretary
of the Treasury.-
Approved 15th March, 1844.

Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREAS, the growing commercial importance
of the town of New Port,.,on the river St. Marks,:
in the county of Wakulla, being now visited by
numerous shipping, for the' purp,_se of cunivt,%i1,Z
the produce of a large' portion of Florida,. and a
part of Georgia, to market:; and there 'being at
this time, no convenience'for thee a'&conmadation
of sick ordisabled seamen:
Be it therefore resolved byt lie Governor arid
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That our Delegalte in Congress Qse: his best exer-
tions to obtain from 'Conoressda suitable 'appro-
t-"riai"ni, for thep purpose of' erectin, at, or near
the Towft of New Port,-.a Marine 1Hospital,-for
the purpose of affording-an asyl93im to unfi.,rtunate
sick .ernen. who mila'y Visit said Town.
Bie it fui'thu.l" Re-r.iive,:, That a cu:,, ot" this
p ti avL itt l i -ouiueti ,, ijiL' 4ti ':LI>:- pro-
per officers, and fowarded to our Delegate in Con-
gress, at as early a day as possible.
[Approved !15th March, 1844.


and report upon ther in sMitch niariner as Congress
may direct. It may be well to state, tfr the in-
lirmation oi" Congress, at this stage of the rnatter,
that the amount otf these Iosse-s. wIll, it is co,:fi-
dently 'believed, fall far short of the estimates
generally heretofore made on the subject, and
would becovered by a surn quite within the cort-
petence of the Go\vertiment to pay. without in-
convenieice to the National Treasury. "
Sr .. .... [Approved% 1'th March, 1844. ,
Prearmb!e atn.i resolutionss: :."ll.
"WHEREAS,, it has been understood.,thata square
of sixteen miles,o about Tampa or Hillsborough
Bay, has been reserved by the United States G,-)7
vernment for military murposes, of which square,
Fort Brook.'is the, certre-, or. nearly so: And
whereas, the reservation necessarily excludes the
whole land covered by, ,or included in it, from
sale or settlement, and"the sameis uider the im-
mediate control and directi,_.,i of the military
authorities of the General Governmenot: And
whereas, the present reservation includes, not
ornly the mouth of Hillsborough river, but the
waters adjacent, and the harbor at '.that place,
which harbor or port is the only one, to which
the citizens of that region, can, conveniently,
resort for business and commercial purposes,; by
. means 9of ,the military. authorityand control over
the same, the citizens of the Territory are restric-
'ted in the free and unconstrained access to, and
enjoyment of, the harbour or waters ab,:,_ve'men-
tioned, and cannot possess heordinary advantages
which should result to th-em" from the harbor of
port'aforesaid, in the same rmnner as they could,
if the land was open to sale arid settlnierit: And
whereas, it is believed, that'for all useful and
practical purposes,,a much smaller reservation
would be sufficient for the Government, and-that
a square of one mile or less, would be abundant-
ly sufficient for military' purposes, ard that the
military reservation aforesaid, might be so lred'!iced,
without material injury to the interests "of the
Government, as to accomplish the objects afore-
said, and' enabled thecitizens to build up a town,
at; or near, the mouth of Hillsborough 'river:
Therefore, .
Be it Resolved by the governor and Legislative
'Council of the Territory of Florida, Th~at -our
Delegate 16i Congress, be. requested to bring this
matter t6 the n6tice af the proper Executive, or
'Legislative Departments of the Goverrn mi-tit, and
to use his utmost exertions to procure a reduction
.of the above reservation within smaller "limits,
and to have the surplus lands opened to sale, and
settlement, andfree access secured to the citizens
to somve point upon the waters of Tampa Bayiat,
or. near-the, mouth of the Hillsborough river.. .
> [Appro.ved, 14th March, 1844.

Report and Resolutio.s concern iug Riclhard Ai-
leri's Repie-eiia.tjv,,- ; -.
...The. c,>t,-,h tee- O't, public: aco:,rt--o l t -o---''~ vI~btir
was: referred the memorial of Benjamin F. Allen;
with the accompanying papers prayi,,g the in-
tervention of the. Legislature to procure from Con-
gress a suitable compensation for services pre-


harmony so essential to the prosperity of: t '"' "
cal body. This seems to.have .been.th.e \-g"%E."
-ken of the Floridas by every other, GoyefflaP"
which has had dorni~ion over them. Opi Mta^.
as Spanish provinces, they v'vere.qe para[i .'gOr
verned,and were independent of'ah:ot heI e
this way they were ceded by S'aipih Q-tfG o- c t,
tain, in one thousand seven .Ji'ndred.and.,-si
three. ("I1763 ) They corntinuied separate py C
under that GovernmetL and w hefit re
ceded by Great Brita i,. to 8 ,Arinje i i"u,
seven hindered and pfghty-tiree (1 1 0s', eC
was made. By the IIeat, of cession, i"n o'nQ{
sand eight hunched and nine[eerl,.betweei.$.ajii
and tile Umte-d States-. ,hb_ .were'ceeo.,,he^^^|
latte,;as separate Te'ritprie.,kf"qvni Eastf' :
West Florida. The Goverrmielrof-, e '-Tri t
States seems to have regarded them trin-this Utd-
':,ir iramediately after their cession, ,althoui-il
General Jackson, clothed with the authority, -..
Captain General of Cuba, was appointed id b"I^..
ern them, Vet two separate officers", deomix"ae
Lieutenant Governors. were appointed to each'6 g
these provinces; and their present. union wmas.,...
inallY,a measure only of teniporary.yoqnvenien
It ik most manifest that the Treaty d*,es no"'c-jnt'
template the admission of the Floridas, yas -' 0
State, but in language that connot be misu.d B
stood, it secures to the in ha1italits of,'t.i
these Teritories, lthe right of admissionwasse"
rate-States, as soon as shall be consistent.wit llru1itj:
principles of the Federal Consttitution;:. [h.et
f o r e u' r ` .
Be it Resolved hiy the Governor and .Leila"t.
Council of the Territory of-Florida, -iht4"
Detegate in Congress do ur.ge ..and use hisntmrA
exertion, to procure the passage of a lawdwi',v
'L- ,.'b ." ii i
the Territory of Florida, and establs!hig 't.:
separate Territorial Governments, t6. be6'!e_ Q1i
respectively, East Flrida and West-.FI.'id
commencing on the Gulf of M Aexico6, at t ie mtnk
of the Suwannee river, to the Giygria.4.ne,;e;"a
all East of said river to constitute.the ..6r-i'i0
of East Florida, and all West of sai i
constitute the Territory of West Florida. ,
And be it further Resolved. That afteYf
preamble and resolutions shall hai'e passedla
Senate and House of Representatives,, and V3ML.
been signed by the Governor, copies of the.s
be madle and dulv authenticated by the l)i'rper-^^
ficers; and one copy be sent to our Del.Mfe.
Congress, one to the President of the Unitedc,
tes. one to the President.ofthe Senate, and..i-p
the Speaker of the House of Representati'ves
the Congress of tlhe United States.":"".
Approved 15th Ma1r~VhA-1.,4-1

Preamble andRe'solutions. "".
WHEREAS, it has been represented 7ot 1 !
islative CouncjL..tBat th" -itizeris ol' Bedit'ofi/}6I
tv tabor tnider manedsad-vant s;,oa.tlj&^'ai.
of a prop-r and sate .o, mni tit)i.iqw._ |'
-b-c.ir'd; a-ri ,wherecL*,- thfeiani_ .Fair;'ex-"|i."d .
wag,-Aintg their produce and other articles "toN P
Port of Tampa, a distance, varying from Ifffty"-
eighty miles, over a low country. a~boundc~hgoln."
swamps and marshes, and so obstructed, genepi"4^,:
lv, as to render it almost impassable for. heayi N
laden *\wago,:ns at most seasons of the iea, 'roti;e
!,reat injury and inconvenience of those citizerns: {}
and whereas, tthe River (2 hess-hovis:a, wtf.ch'-:'
about five miles in length', flo.ing"I estwar'"ar^.1
ernptyin itsel" into tihe ,Oulfof Mexi:co, ) ab-.t,'-;
niety miles from the entrance,of Tampa.Ba ,4g:=yi.
in direct communications with a fine and spacious.!,.% _'
harbor, wherein vesse-1-s drawlit illoW egtefW t if
water can anchor and lay in perfect saTty--i% 6d. ""|
whereas the navigation of said- river is..at 4pr~ent.,"i"
much impeded, and reqluires to be straightened, '.N8
and in three places delepened, so as to adrifit .'-"..:.
sels drawing eleven feet of Water,' to" sai'uii te" -Y.^
entire length to the wharves, thtisafoi-dmg. 'o9the .-;||
inlhabitants of the surrou-nding country' asp.eqOV,. *^
and sale communication with divers other points." .--.
Therel;ore. .. .. y....
Be it resolved by the o ... "";''
council of the Territory of- Fhlrida,. That:'ouIoDe--..--.
legate in congress,, be, and he is he'ebv ..ear Iptly. : ..'
requested to use. his utmost endeavors, to" qbtain *"-'
rc .in .co m ress. _, an ap p ropriation of fi ye thtio sa-.a "i
dollars. I'or straihtening and deepening of lfi'r-aQ
Chessehowiska River.. .. ', : '
Be it further resolved, That a copy of the fore!'-*
goinr preamble and resolution be dult authenti".-" ,
heated, and transmitted to the' honor~able:Ir~i "':'
Levy, by him to be laid before congress, as s~q~i A-C
as p r acticahle. ^ -,p
Approved 15_th March, 1844.^ ,:'

"Preamble and Resolutions. ." +.'^ 'p
W H E RA S,s the above m em orial ot the c'itizei~> ,,
of Tal la h a.ee, toget her with a portion of : Irh-osfeo-:;-|
East and West Florida, ht a pubJtlicnfeeting.FA'&Mt^
in the City of Tallahassee, on tbe.-ytth oy.el:.u^^^^^
1844. was atdo|:,ted and transmitted .tr. t^Leggitt^
ti\'e Council of the Territory ot Floria'tk'h'eP^^
consid era t on,_ has been. considered. and-" t'hlre't^Git;
therein set f,.rth believed to be strictly tUuei;^.,^
thie provisions tlherein named louidly.cal'lletfof'iB
the necessit,:us w'ishe. of the'peolple oft thi"ecM
ritor'y and elsewhere: And the Council' wvod^^X
further state that the above named rote, fiewt, '*-*
.Jacksonville, via Tallahassee anad St..Marks, .(i6^,'^
New Orleans, would, bv the mail now,., I'N nuitl^.t-
firon Tallahassee to Qtuincy, be coniuectd '-.witli'i^


the Old Alligator Line, ru nn ing ,via di C5',._ P.
BLu.Il and Mariauna, thus being con nee^.-..itl^^
Western Line, now running f0rom .Baiih.se) -.
Pen sacola, which route, if changed,--a 1:0
by a Resolution, passed by this -Cotuel,'.to' "rli;.
from WWebbville, via Half-tnoon Bluff, ;l~c.eeanip^.'': ,^^"
Milton, to Pensacola, would shorten.jithe dit;kki*ai
from Tallahassee to Pensacola more ;thbaq.B
hundred miles, and would add..nothirfg-.to .,
other line, but would require'that the "maill 'c-
ried on horseback; from. Mrianna' Via-.Eco' a,
Holmes' Vallev, to Ucheeannci, shou'l0di tiiJi -m ;"
r'[ to vei ey
goio t,- Ucheeanna, be. coiveye, ^'O
which is about the same'l deist'aht -.--t-6. 5 l
tended, however to interfere, in^jaii :Iw" h'
,nain route from Jacksonville,, ia.Tq ali ee,6
Marks or. New 'port, t.o New .Orjeans.b iutml.4
to show' their connection and 'tfi\vei'e'di"'.it A
whereas, it is know'n.Hlrat .thre-Rbo,:e ,fr'nie'r
-would be of great and lastin-bpe-{^tiii2Q.l
country, and would add great r,..t S'e.ir.
qf tlie same.. ., -x' ', y?" ^^,
Be it therefore ReAsoalved,'fl.a'et^a
Congress be, and he js } te^tife t'eat,!t7
this subject il, its true.lilhfht,|feonq g'
thb Post Office Depatrtment and to-have ,l k
adopted, and to promre the.i**"` ',..
tion for the exec-tion o.tth." ....
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Win. G. Porter & Co. '
.:DEALERS IN ()OOIS AND -OMMISSION
M[E1iCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
iio%'"5 11v peithahiroha. Fla.


J1fcKa.A & HlarlshlorBle,
C O M MI SSI ON MERCHANTS,
N,. 4u Water street, "
novl paneliicl a, Florida.
JE'REMIAH DAY. D.VNIEL J.1. DAY.
- CO_-1MMI:SS;IO:N MER.CKANT,' '
. .. N6. 52 Water street.,
. jan81y Apalcliicola, Fla.


WA.',.& P. C. Kain, .
C 0 M M IS S -,, N M E R C H A N T S,
No.. :,I Culbus Block.,
Apalachicola. ,
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped t
Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also ir
store. .nov1 ly


O
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David G. Haney,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER'IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tln Apalachicola, Fla\..


lKimbrongh & Rtidgway,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
*' MERCHANTS.
Apalachicola, Florida.
Wx. H. KimBROTGH. ?
JOHN I. RIDGWAY. -
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
our friends in New YY-:rk, [ !..'- .-11, Live :,iil ,:.r
H--avre. t .,- \ \ v
T. B-E. t ', Ml. Aiulfinl,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 50 Water street,
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
New York. nov1 ly


-; IN. YORK, N. ORLEANS. COLUMBUS, e....
AD I EADVE R E I S E N T' S..

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&,. \NEW YORK,
.: /. .PHILANDER KIMBALL. Proprietor.
-r'' Jas. L. Fr-ancis,
'.MERC-lANT 'TAILOR &' CLOTHIER
.Ao. 226j Buio,'ry, near Ri, ins-ton st.
;' -NEW YORK. no\'l l

,, A~Adrewv S. Cooke,
* ^ COMMISSION MIER(CHANT,
, '^laNo. 5 Caral, cor. Tchoupit,-ua1 s st. '
.W .. New Orleanns,, La.


formed by the Honorable Richard C. Allen, de-
Memorial of the Governor, Senate, and ,House of ceased, in locating the Townships of land, granted
Representatives, of Florida, to the Congress of by congress to Florida for the use of a Seminary
the United States. of Learnring.
To the Honorable, the Senate, and Report, That they entertain serious doubt
House of Representatives, of the whether it was competent for the Legislature of
United States, in Congress assembled: Florida tohave granted any portion of the lands
The Memorial of the Governor,' Senate, and located by the agent aforesaid as a compensation
House of Representatives of the Legislature of for his services since'a donation of this valuable:
the Territory of Florida, respectfully showeth, 'fund was made by congress to the Territory forda
That the late Indian War, by which Florida has defined and specific purpose,'viz: :the promotion
been desolated, and'its inhabitants reduced, many of a seminary of leaning. If the LegMilature had
to ruin, arnd others to. want, from'a previous con- power'to part with any portion of it for one ob-
dition of prosperity and ease, was a calamity, for ject, however laudable it might be, it cannot bei
which the people of the Territory are in no way deemed that it would possess equal power tp''ap-
responsible, but was the result of the policy adop- propriate li't to the advancement of any other
ted by the Government, of removing the Indians which it might conceive desirable arid proper,.
within our limits, and concentrating them in the and thus the benevolent intentions of the Govern-
West; and of the injudicious and inefficient man- ment in making this munificent endowment m ig1t
ner in which this policy was attempted to be be entirely defeated. Besides no title, to those
carried out. The people of East Florida, par- lafAs having vest, ed in the oTerritory, but it being
ticularly, at an early stage -of the movements only permitted, to take possession of the aind
made in pursuance of the proposed measure, (Viz. lease them out from year todyear, a conveyaece of
in January 1834, or nearly two \ears before the ..Any portifhiof theri bysa,_i Territory would not be
breaking out of the 'war,) endeavored to call the valid, however acknowAled,.od the* valueM o' the.e
attention of the Government, to the difficulties in services performed by the agent above nimentioned,
the way of its execution, by apprizing it of the and deem it but, an act ,6f justice to his Represen-
open, avowed, and, decided opposition of the/ states that nearly and adequate compensation
Indians to removal; hoping thereby to induce it; should be provided for their payment",theythere-
to adopfthe precautions necessary, to prevent the fore ask leave to report the following .,:s.lti,-,?;
evilswhich it wasforeseen would otherwise ensue; Resolved, This Legislative Council i. d uly sen-
This representation was borne out by an,official sible of the services performed by Ricl,,:iI.1 C. Ml-
communication from the Indian agent, to the len, deceased, in loeati ng' the lands .r; td by
Government, in October, 1834, (See Document Congressforthle use of a seminary of lem'n,.' a"nd
271, 24th Congress, 1st Session,) in which he .invoke the earth attention of Con'ress to h e-ne-
expresses his positive belief, that the Indians cessity and justice of providing such corperisa-
were preparing for hostilities, and "'had determin- tion for said services a they iray deem right and
ed to resist the execution of the Treaty of Payne's proper.- I
Landing," and that therefore he felt it to be his Resolved,-That our Delegate in CongresS bere-
-"imperious duty, to urge the necessity of strong quested. immediately on the receipt thereofto layI-
military.reinforcement," and concludes by saying, this report and the resolutions annexed :before:
that "an imposing force, thus promptly mar.shal- Congress, together: with the accompanying me-
led, .t coerce this refractory. people,% w;il awe moral and other papers, and use his best exer-,
the Chiefs into a proper respect for the -Govern- ti6ns to procure its early and favorable action on
m,ent, and afford protection to the neighboring. the subject.. ....
white settlements. .:- Resolved,. That the .Secretar- of the Senate cer-
Trhe result has unhappily shown; that the tify this, report and Resolutions as also the ac.0om-,
p'recautioils recommended were necessary, and paying papers, and transmit them-to our Dele-:
that, had the warning, thus given be the agent,A gate in Congress as early as prctiable. *" :
-and which was in substance reiterated by therGo- Approved,;15th March, 1.S44-1.
vernment officials, then in the Terr'it,.,r, been '.' .* : _- : *
promptly andofficially acted upon, and an adequate .,. Preamble ardRsolntio^. ;
military ftrCe,thrown into the country, the calami-. W REAS, present indications admonish us, in,
ties and-losses Whicih followed; would have been he most significant matmer,,f the necssitv of
pre%-enten.;. a .I en '
Inview of teseunde b, preserving a just balance of power or irloene
In vwof these undeniable' facts, the'people between the slave-holding and non-sl46ve-holdMing
of ,the ,Territory feel that they have right and States; and make it most manifest, thla the true0
equity on their side, when they appeal to their interest of the South renerallv, as -el! as,' Of
Government, as they now respectftully do, for a ,Flrida, required that the Floridas should come
full remuneration for the ruinous losses thus into the Union s two-States, whnevr they are
brought upofl them, wholly by neglect on the admitted; and to thit -end, as_-,vell as Inr eoreni.
part of those, whose duty it was to have provided r wlrenof
against, and' prevented them. Although the pro. the people b 6:ef this Territory in the meantime,
tection, Which the Government certainly owned the division of The Tfrritor', and the .tablish-
to the inhabitants of the Territory of Fteridal was ment of two seperate Ter'itorial overnments.
.thus withheld, ye trust that thejustice due them .would be highly" proper and'.-satisf'actor)yL.:.-the
will not also be denied; but- that the rightful people. ,It seems to be sugested by its ill ti-
claims which they have Upon it, arising from eabilify and expedience;-and because ites a
this neglect-of-their safety and interest, 'in the m measure' stro ngd pro motive of Southr en p oi ey,
first instance" will be allowed and promptly and 'and tends to our ow political good. Each of the
liberally provided for. i w Territories, are much larger than several of the
Your *mmorialists would respectfully suggest, -States, and each capable of receiving and susta-
as the. first step towards the attainment of the .. .. m larger populat-on. The present
object in view, the appointment of aBoard-of niin appearsto be natural, and their geogra-
Commissioners, to sitin Florida,'to enquire into, phical position w\\ill present a State of a mi st aw k-
and ascertainthe nature and extent of theselosses vai.d shape, creating a controversy, and conflictioa
-take testimony in relation to the different claims,, of interests, which will forever destroyed that


1 -:.ters to-Messrs Harper 6. Holmes,
.,: .]au5 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla.


PiD'R T. LIPPINCOTT, WVli. H. WYATT.
Lippincott & Wvyatt,
G, CERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
,' o. 2. New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap2o ly


J.W. Woodland & Co.
,MM MISSION 0N MER C H A N T S,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. novl Iv


!, Thomas Bertrain,
rM[SSION MERCHANT,
;- No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS novl 1v


. p16BLUE'kTORES"- TRIANGLE BUILDINGS.
IP3r royle J Baidwell,
SH1P HANDLERS & GROCERS.
4: Noia. 2 & 4)eLord street, corner of Front Levee;
,.-.4 `aA at No. '2) Natchez street,
.h N. ORLEANS.
03- WHOI ALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
-ERS in Paints'Qils, Varnishes, Turpentine and
vy Window Glas c. Will keep constantly on
.jand, agood ask.tment, of the above as follows:
'.*HITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2;
e White and Rer, ead, dry; Venetian Red;
t Yellow and Oxf-d Ocree; Ivory Black;
,Chrome Green a'a Saxon do;
_-Jp.LSanh and Frer Brown; Blue Black;
-,-'rGreen anti Blue Vditter;
Chrome Yellow an\Orane do;
NE COLORS :-U~marine and Cobalt;
:.Lallo,,w Lake and Oipson do;
-p.'rop dco. and AntwetBlue; Indian Red;
'"t"mese Vertiillion; English do;
andyke Brown; Tuiery Umbre;
Tqr'a deSeinna; Pur, Brown; York do;
Crdcus Martis; MinertGreen:
,,Emerald and Paris Greei, &c, &c '
* OJLS & BRUSHES-Linse4 Oil; Do. boiled;
.Spirit Turpentine; Sper oil;
" Paint Brushes from No. 1 ,0O,000"; "
. ^ Varnisih do. of all sizes;
,Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8;'Xadger Hair;
'. Artists' Sable Filher's,-;flat aq, ound;
^ Brussels do; Blindetsof' all '-SiA.,,
, .. I Sable &, Camel Hair Pencils, 1 'I d 1 in loj*
A .*Stock and Kalsomine Bruqhes; :y..
-Marking Brushes, round 6aW flaf,.
,'> *'' '^jrilbing and Shoe brishes;
_Seakers, Mahogany, Stai nofl an etent do;
S/^ hitewash and Mop do; ,. .
[sting, Fancy and Shavingbruish' l
I /^ihQes and Hair do; Griate and J-0rse do;
[ .B^^Feater Dusters; '
I I -A iS:--Copal, white; Coactdo;
IB^. 1a^S Polishing and Furniture do; \
I !'L^MtY~astic, for Pictures, &c.
I .'rNDOW I(LASS-2,300 boxs assoritedi es of
|_ -.. :--French, English and American. '
^.| ...-"Q Mixed Paints_of all c61ors, fobrSteamBoats,
l ,".]Jppfg-tod p Plaftuti s;-U3e other with a
:! .1 fvsiety of utialci in,04Mauting Ime, too .0-
I',. 'earom to awtion.. "jy6 If'


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APALACHICOLAk, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1844.


CARDS.





CIOMMBRCIAL IERTISER.


S APALAORIOOLA, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1844C

8Or The late insurrections in the Island of Cuba,
have induced Gov. O'Donnell, to exact the follow-
ing severe though salutary measures from the
Planters. That there shall be established on the
Estates, one,white person for every ten negroes to
S look after and watch over their proceedings. All
negrpes are prohibited from passing the bounds
S of the estate whereon he is employed under the
penalty of one hundred lashes, and if he is caught
. .' at a certain distance from the limits, there shIll
Sbe a corresponding amount of punishment. If
S after the oration, he should *leave the estate and
S visit another, the penalty is death. These orders
are tobe read on all the plantations throughout
the Island, so that no one may plead ignorance.

S: ( (TThe Richmond Enquirre States that France
iss has ch opposed to the annexation of Texas'to
S the 'Utnited States as England: The British and
renth Ministers at Washington have lately been
turtsnally intimate, and that moves of a very start-,
1ing character are on the diplomatic chess-board.
S. It'is said that both France and Ureat Britain stand,
t eady to guarantee the immediate -recognition of,
S: the independence of Texas by Mexico, upon satis-
Tfactory assurance, that the measure of annexation
'be abandoned forever, and that too, without mak-
ing the abolition of slavery a-sine qua non.
The State Department at Washington has
Received information from Mexico, that a decree
; has been issued by that,Govenment, stating that
the towns of Taos, in New Mexico, and' Paso'
S del Norte, and Presidio del Norte, in Chihuahua,
S are declared open to foreign trade; all articles
which can be introduced into the Mexican Re-
,'public may enter those place on payment dof the
duties prescribed by the tariff and'laws.
(tpo-Congress has adjouned, says the New York
Express, without making any provision for the,
-; :payment of the Government debt of $5,500,000
which becomes due in January next, on the
ground that the receipts into the Treasury are so
large, that the sum on hand above ordinary ex-
penses, at that time, will be sufficient to meet it
S without any extraordinary appropriation. 'The
amount ,due is owned by private capitalists, and
being-retaurned to their hands, will return for in-
vetment to the New York and Boston markets,
and thereby have a great influence in promoting
the abundance of money, and its ,consequent
cheapness.
(?011 The New York' Courrier des Etats Unis,'
says that Messrs Cassia & Co., one of the oldest
S banking houses in Paris, ieceBty Tailed in the
sum-of fgyeral millions of francs. ,'At the head
of the victims who have suffered is thh Pope, the
S Messrs Cassia, being his bankers and by the side
.of His Holiness, stands the Celebrated Italian
Singer Rubini, whose loss ,is estimated at about
300,000 francs.

LATER FROM ENGLAND.
The Steamship -Brittania, arrived at Boston on
the morning ofthe 3d inst, from Liverpool,
whence she said n the 19th ult,
SThe Great Western was to sail for New York on
the 22d ult.
The Emperor of Russia, has returned home af-
ter a weeks visit, during which time every atten-
tiAn was shown him,
;The French journals state that the Emperor of
Morocco has proclaimed a holy war against Fran-
ce, and, in conjunctionV'with Abd-el-Kader, is ma-
king active preparation for invading the territory
claimed by the latter country.
The imprisonment of O'Connell has increased
e renit from hundreds to thousand per week.
.jh w.rit of error in his case was to be offered in
(hi house of Lords on the 4th July.
.: Commercial Surimary.
",The cotton market is slowly recovering from
";, the depression it has long experienced, and the
opinion of some pf the best practical men ia that
the, crher has been turned, the staple has seen
its lowest point, and "the future is full of hope and
:promise.
For the week ending June 6th cotton advanced
1-8d. Sales 34,67.3 ,baes.
For the eek ending June 14th prices firm..


.Sales 40,710.
The Liverpool Times of 18th says-" we have
;, .now an active demand from the trade, who have
allowed their stocks to diminish very considerably
" in anticipation 'f' prices falling still further.
: The contrary has, however, occurred, and the
quotations are advanced, though the imports of
: the two past weeks have proved exceedingly
b"eavy. It is understood that manufacturers have
.extensive orders to execute, and the altered feel-
Sing of the market is therefore likely to continue.
S The eales siace Friday comprise 22,000 bales,
of which 10,000 'were sold yesterday, and 8,000
to-day. We do not alter the quotations this week,
but the market closes extremely firm, with an
upward tendency.
Blffpmen in High Life.-The London Ob-
erver announces the elopement of an eminent
Physician, with the wife of a Major in the British
S ,Army. Both parties moved in the highest cir-
e"'c of the -West End." The Lothario is a
married man and has left a wife and four chil.
S dren. The Lady-if so she may be called-is
young, beautiftihl, and possessed of brilliant musi-
cal talent. To add to the eclat of thd thing she
eloped from ".Almachs," The parties no doubt
S have elpped, to this country and are supposed to
.." 'be jp' ew irk Cityia indgnita
I/ :,. The Memphis Eagle represents the cotton crop
S a bding unusually forward; nearly three Weks
;, er-tai last season and promises well


Temperance--We are gratified to see the
glorious"cause of Temperance start among us.
The Rev. Mr. SMILEY, delivered, last night, the
first of a series of lectures on Temperance, and
he informs us that his lectures will take place
regularly every Friday night. His next lecture
will be on the Triumph of Temperance in Ire-
land. Let every son of Erin who loves his na-
tive land go next Friday night,! and hear it. 'We
hope the citizens will nobly sustain this cause, by
-attending the lectures-signing the Pledge, and t
,keeping ift. ,
.4palachico'a Lyeurn.--.The interest Alicited
in our community by the debates of this young
association, we hope will not decrease, but on
the contrary, encouragement will continue tp be
given, by a large attendance. The question for
debateon Tuesday .evening next, is one 6of a na-
ture to licit much argument on both sides, and
the decision we think, must be on the weight:
of argument adduced, not on the merits of the
question.
Question;-i" Is it in the nature of things forL
SRepublicanism tobecome universal and perma-
, nant ?"
OUt An original Essay by one of the members
will be read.
(W- T'he New Orleans elections have gone in
favor of the Democrats.

Division .Among The Jews.-We learn from
papers received by the Acadia, that a violent'
schism has arisen among the Israelites at Frank-
fort, in Germany. Two-thirds of the community,
have separated from the synagogue, and formed a
Separate set.
For the Commercial Advertiser. ;
ED'UCATION No. 5.--Amans infants.
As good discipline is so important and essential
a thing, the question naturally rises here; How
shall this be brought about?. The answer is, pa-
rents must understand the principles of a good
government and apply them to practice. This
understanding will not rain down, nor grow up
sponrtaneously, you must labour for it and use
,every means of information, and you must study .
thetisubject thoroughly. The first principle in
good parental discipline is affection. You must'
love your children. 0-," you all exclaim at one,.
"I love my children, so that is settled." But,
you need not be in such haste to dispense with
this first principle, for you, perhaps, do not love
your children as you ought. Your love is, per'-
hapsa mere instinctive fondnes, a feeling held ito
common with the brutes. This affection some of
you wofully abuse, and the consequence is your
children are spoiled. You should elevate your',
fondness for them as much above that of brutes,
as your nature and destiny is above theirs. You
love your children too much with indulgent fond-
Iness., and. not -enough, with -rational. afcfion.
Your love is not that which looks forward to the
ultimate bestgood, it regards present gratification.
In this you err, you sin. As this is the root, the
foundation, the heart of good parental discipline,
and as you fail here, your whole system is defec-
tive and rotten. Unless your affection is properly
regulated you cannot administer a wholsome
government. You must neither be too lenient
nor too severe. You must not indulge to-day and
deny to-mqrrow. If you love your children with
rational love you will act for their best good.
Your affection is below that of brutes if you look
not to the future welfare of your offspring. Look
at the cruel love of yon devoted mother; she loves
her dear little ones with. such an excess of fond-
ness that she thinks he must surely have all the
cake and ,candy, and nice delicacies they wish for;
the consequence is, the digestive organs are cruel-
ly, perhaps fatally injured, rand the poor sweet
darlings become the pale, sickly melancholy sub-
jects of that overweening parental fondness.. That
love is cruel, i't inflicts on its objects untold miser-
ies. Can it love? Is love eriel? Examine your/
love and see if its tender mercies are cruel, and
cherish only that affection which is certain to rd-
sult in the happiness of yourselves and your thil-
dren. Love in the moral world may be compared
to fire in the nature worlds acting in conjunction
with the other elements, it cheers, comforts, sUs-
tains an.d blesses; separate from them it spreads
dismay distress, desolation and death around.
Love is the most powerful and irresisatable agent


in the universe and if it be not guided by a sound
judgment it will blast your hopes, break youir
hearts, and ruin, irreparably ruin your children.
When your love is properly directed, regulated
and manifested, it has an all-controling and hap,
py influence on them. Your laws are few, unal-
terable, unyielding and yet so full of an affectionate
regard to. their happiness that disobedience is
never thought of, and they become patterns of
virtue, comforts to you and blessings to mankind.
When your love guides them in virtue's path, and
moulds them to virtue's form, your influence har-
.dens, and brightens and sweetens by age, and in
the long vista of receding years impressions, recol-
lections and associations, all, hallowed by your
heaven-inspired affections form so many links in
the golden chain that draws them.on to glorious
hope and delightful fruition in earthly joys and
heavenly bliss. ,
Set it down then, as,unshaken truth., that you
do not, and cannot love your children, unless you
train them in childhood for the trials, cares, hhrd-
ship .and duties of subsequent life,. Their dis-
positons, inclinations, and prejudices; their use-
fulness, respectability and happiness depend on
the culture and discipline you give them,. If you
do not acoustom them to discipline, restraint
labour, seffdenial and all the realities of future
life, you are fondly cruel; you are preparing them
for misery, shame, and ignominious death., How
dreadful their .guilt of those who love not their
children! See that you incur it not.
DOCTOR.


ner to the breeze,";' appealing confidently to the
God of Battles, and knowirig that the race, under,
divine direction, is not always to the swift nor
the battle always to the strong." '
But, France in her efforts after a Republican
form of Government, adopted the dogmata of her
Philosophers as her guide, and stopped not at the:
deposition of her King, bur sought to dethrone :
Jehovah himself, and History records her disgust-
ing annals. N:xt I will direct' your attention to '-.
South America." Over that wide spread county "
embracing a vast population, we see various Re-
publics. They secu red their independence of :
Spain some twenty years ago, but instead of ad-
vancing in the arts and sciences-consolidating
their Governments and adding to the comfort,
wealth and happiness of their people; We find
one Military Chieftain after another, or rather
Captains of' Banditti; ravaging the country'and
pillaging her citizens. Not only are the people-.
of each G6vernment subjected to continual intes-
tine comniotion,-, but a constant war is kept up
between ithe different parties, and thehan
their boundaries and in their Goierinments are
so frequent, as to leave geographers in doubt and
historians in despair. And why'is it, that these
Republics differ so widely fruinm.ours ? Because.,
fellow,-citizens, the whole land is overspread,
with worse than Egyptiai darkness-Education,
with all its liberalizing, enlightening and elevat-
ing influences is bound in letters of darkfiess and
bigotry, and more than all, that National rmiorality
which our Great Washington hlias said, can only
rest securely when based u'pon eniligh'tenied reli-
gious principle-is not found there. :'
From all this, fellow-eitizens,we learn that
the highest gifts:of infidel philosophy avail noth-
ing in the secarement of civil libe'rty-that bigo-
try and ignorance cannot co-exist, with republican
freedoth, :bult that a liberal system of education
widely'diffused among the people, and a nrjli.-_la
morality founded upon the Bible, are the (nl\
sure guarantees for the prosperity and perpetu'3 -.
of Republican Institutions. These were the6ori-
ginal corner stores of the Temple of our libi-r%,
laid by the hands of our Fathers, and the beEu'!:
and the symmetry-the towering height `arid the
sublime proportions which the edifice has now.
attained, approve the soundness of the p hilsoprhy
of these master-builders who laid its foulindaitiornsi' .
I know it is customary, fell..\-dtizeis, on this 1
day, for the Otator, to recount the battles of the
Revolution-to depict the detli-striigle'of Bun- '
ker-Hill-the Brandywirie ensianguined with the
blood of our Revolutionary Her,.s-the melan-
choly field of Cainden-the victor. bOugl-it by
treasures of blood at Saratoga ar,:l lie crowning
glory of Yorktown; but !feel it of m.,re lmr-ioi.t-
ance, to dwell as I havd done ,on t:.- prin ipl,,s
which so Pained, and the spiit wkich an'.rrd
s urpag-vae --'fa Wake d i'nofsi.<. fell YO" r
be'surplusage-a waste of Words-to tell you, :
'. i .. ..


ODE,
FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY, A.D. 144.
BY DR. WM. S. GREEN.
1.
The long procession of bright days
Silent, its mournful tribute pays.
Another day hath pass'd the portals of old Time;
But o'er its, dying shade, the glimm'nng prime
Of that great day appears
That quell'd a Nationi's 'fears,
And like a gale that draws a fiery breath
Sounded the wdithword-" Liberty or Death!
-2. .
High in the .azure vault we see
A streaming banner floating free-
Its jewels from the crown of night were torn, '
And by fair Freedom on her baldric worn;
Btit at the early dawn
Of 'this most glorious morn,
This sacred token of her love she gave
Unsullied, o'er victorious sons to wave.
3.
A joyful host, in smiles appear,
The honors of the day to hear;
And war stands ready with his glowing arms
To -clasp the softness of fair Freedom's charms.
Kneeling, with ready praise
He thus his homage pays:
" This great delight shaHll be 'my only care,
To'guard, protect, defend Columbia's Fair.'
!
4. ,
As roll the plaudits of the brave
A million banners fluttering wave
.O'er glitt'ring spires and ,cultivated fields,
Where nature to the han&i of Freedom yield i
And now, beside each stream
Where once the eagle's scream
And fearful war-whoop.mingl'd in the air,
We hear the music 9f Columbia's Fair.
'5.
The shade of Jefferson appears--
And Adams' voice salutes our ears::;
"This day it was, that clos'd our joys on earth;
But 'twas this day, that gave your Country birth;
Then mourn not for our death,
But glory in the breath
That wafts the voice.of Freedom's fairest thild,
O"er ocean waves, and mountains hoar and wild.'
6.
Thou who canst gaze with fond surprise
Deep down an infants liquid eyes,
And see the germe of genius shining there
To calm the storm, and quench the lightning's glate.
Behold a tender child
Cast on a rugged wild,
In peace now rising from her conq'ring fire-.
The dread of Kings, and yet the World's desit.
'7
The voice of power, that ,this day blest
Hath sooth'd and calm'd the howling West.
And where the brambles chok'd the clustering vines
The rose now blossoms, and the myrtle twines.
And where th' immortal mind
Ia bondage 1a_ a .. ... ....
The depths of wilds unknown, it now explores-i-
Unfolds their charms, and nature's GoD adores.

Here, woman groans no more a slave,
Nor toils to feed inglorious %brave; '
But now protected in their youth and age,
The worthy partners of the saint and sage
To bless us, and to cheer
Our Country's Fair appear;
And ever faithful to our trust we'll prove
Till breathes their voice no more, nor from their
bosoms love.

0 Oration,
Fellow-Citizens:---On this morning just six'ty-
eight years ago, some venerable men were seen
passing along the streets of Philadelphia, wend-
ing their way towards the State House in that
city. Tradition tells us, that there was something
deeply characteristic in the countenances of each
of them. Solemn thought and high resolve were
marked there; seriousness and heavy responsi-
bility were impressed there, and it needed not,
that the stranger should ask, who, among the
passers by, were meinbers of the Convention then
,about to assemble, for eaeh member on that morn-
ing, had his credentials stamped upon his Visage.
We are further told, that after the delegates had
congregated in the Convention Hall, the silence
that, for some time pervaded the assembly was
painfully and intensely awful to the spectators,
One who was present has remarked, that it re-
sembled that impressive and deathlike stillness
which sometimes seizes upon nature just before a


convulsion of the elements begins.
Under these circumstances it was, fellow-citi-
tens, that the bold, manly, and fearless docu-
ment-the Declaration of Americah Independ-
ence-which has jist been read in youti hearing,
was submitted to that Convention for its adoption.
Ands fellow-citizens, are its doctrines not such as
would make the fitr man faulter and the timid
blanch ? Did it not require iron nerves and souls
of no common mould to Opledge their lives, their
fortunes, and their aCed honor," in support
of the Indepetiden&, therein declared There
is no wild braggadocio spirit breathed in that do-
cument. There were no demagogues in that,
assembly seeking self aggrandizement or vain
popular applause. Neither were they men who
had nothing of worldly wealth or character to
lose on the hazard of the die) about to be cast;
for the wealth of the country-the.now-a-days,
abused wealth of the country-was there. Han-
codk-the immortal Hancock-the prince of Ame-
rican, merchants, was there, and staked his mil-
lions and his life on the dubious issue. It was,
fellow-citizens, an assembly of old men, wise
heads and cultivated intellects contending for the
rights with which nature and nature's God" had
endowed them. No visionary impulses of un-
defined liberty-no longing after' change, for
change sake. No quixotic yearnings aftervain
exploits, had place in the patriotic bosoms there
assembled, but the calm sober convictions of
serious reflecting men, who knew their rights,


and knowing dared maintain them-peaceably if
they could-forcibly if they must.
When we consider the immense power of Great
Britain at the time this Declaration was made, we
will better understand the hazards and responsi<-
bilities incurred by the signers of that instrument.
England had just come out of a war with other
European powers, eminently successful-her fleets
had carried her flag victoriously over the world,
and she had assumed for herself, the deserved ap-
pellation of the Mistress of the Seas.',
"Her march was on the mountain wave,,
Her home was on the deep."
The old continental powers, among Vwhoim was
SFrance, her hereditary enemy, looked with wonder
and amazement upon the brilliant culmination of
her national glory and yielded to her reluctantly,
"the dominion, of the seas. Our large towns we're
garrisoned with British troops-our coasts studded
with British cruizers. Is it not wonderful, that
our Fathers, at such a time, promulged this De-
claration of their Independence ? The politician
of this age wotld say, why did they not bear
with' injustice awhile until their natural strength
was more mature, or until England was embar-
rassed with some other wars-and -does ndt this
really, at first view, seem prudent and politic ?
but our Fathers were made of different stuff from
this, and when a suggestion of this kind was
made to them, they indignantly',replied; "If we
bear injustice for an hour without resistance, we
are fast learning to be slaves?'
But, fellow-citizens, we have only to refer to
the History of the early settlement of this country,
and the circumstances attending it, to find a reason
for that indomirritable spirit of independence,,
that body Tegarded for the rights of man,
which distinguished our ancestors. Nearly all
the early settlements made in this country were
composed of the 'unyielding remnants ofreligious
or political persecutions in the old world. The
Pilgrims of New England had originally been
driven,, by persecutions, from England and settled
for a time in the Netherlands and in Switzerland,
and during their sojourn in the continent-acquir-
ed in their pilgrimage ideas of civil and religious
liberty which were found of valuable application
in their ultimate settlement in the new world.
Hence the very fact, that the settlers of New
England deserted their houses and the comforts
of kindred and friends in the old world, to find
liberty and freedom to worship God in their own
way amidst the cheerless and dangerous wilds of
the new, affords abundant evidence why their
descendants;" bone of their bone, and flesh of
their lesh,' educated and reared amid our prime-
val forests and boundless wildernesses, where
Freedom breathed in all around and above them.
I say enough is revealed in all this to show us-,
why'they resisted so promptly the first assertion
m-oightvallude to the piv ersecuted dissenterst of Penn--L
might allude to the persecuted dissenters of Penn
sylvania-to thbhe'Cavaliers of Virginia, who pre-
fered a irangerss life in the Western wilds to sub-
mission to Cromwell-the Scotch of North Caro-
lina, who left their Highland homes, when
"Royal Charlie" fled and sought a habitation
among the hills of Carolina, imbued with all their
'clannish hate toward the house of Hanover---and
lastly., we have in South Carolina, a large admix-
ture of the Huguenots of France, driven abroad
by the revo6ation of the edict of Nantz. And
more thai all, we had diffused throughout the
length and breadth of our land-refigees from
English tyranny, from Ireland-their exiled artss
burning with indignratiorn towards their persecu-
tors who drove them from thei-r own sweetest
isle of the Ocean." And these, fellow-citizens,
were the stocks from which spring our Revolu-
tionary ancestry-they were sons of tried men'--
who forsook all, endured all, and dar-ed all, to
. secure rational liberty and approach God, their
maker, in the way their consciences prompted
them. And, as I before remarked, need we
wonder at the strbborn independence of the sons
of such sires-,-inherl.ing such natures-indoctri-
nated with such principles, as such Fathers would
teach them; reared and educated on this Conti-
nent where all nature from her wild, untamed
untrodden depths, breathed into their youthful
minds, the abounding spirit of Freedom..
In celebrating this National Anniversary, it
should be our'chief object to illustrate the char-


acters of the men who achieved our independ-
ence-to revert to the principles they sought to
establish--to guard with patriotic care, the in-
heritance which has been left to usb and Watch
jealously the signs of the times and be careful
that none of the olden landmarks of uir political
liberties are in danger of being removed,
I have already alluded to the signers of the
Declaration of Independence, and the purity of
their characters, and the uniform patriotism that
governed all their official conduct, which ofsself,
is sufficient evidence of thepervading sentiments
and feelings which animated our countrymen at'
that period. The great cardinal reaonp for the
success attending the American Revolution, and
the prosperity which has succeeded it, is to be
found in the intelligence-the enlightened mnoral
sentiments, and the self-sacrificing patriotism of
our people. At the conclusion'of our Revolution,
we placed before the world, a model of a Relub-
lican Government. France undertook to imitate
us, but wanting the cardinal elements of success
among her people; she floundered through a series
of Revolutions, drenching her footsteps in blood
and mistaking the frenzy of licentiousness for the
spirit of rational liberty, found repose only, at
last, in the arms of a despot.
Our ancestors drew their ideas of liberty from
a higher and purer Magna Charta, than that
granted by King John to the English Barons on
the plains of Runimede--4they learned from the
Bible the unalienable rights of man and.under the
influence of ai rational religion, threw their "ban-


feloIw-citizens, Who boast of kindred blood, tlh -t
thle Anglo-Saxon race always fight to the death
when their liberties are invaded-it' is their na-
ture to face their enemies and to resist Oppression*
No, no, fellow-citizens, we have nothing to lear
now, or ever, on the score of our liberties froin
theenervation, the pusillanimity, ir the ind-lence
of out duinti'ymen. We have little t, :' fr from
the concentration of political power in the !ands-
of ahy tyrant. Our great danger is division among
ourselves--this is the Rock upon which the Pa-
triots eye should be constantly fixed-this is thi
only 6oniceivable danger to which our glorioif-
Union, and with it our National glory arid'weilre
is exposed.. .,
WAsI-uiNGToit the Father of our liberties--the
very iinpefsonation o1' unselfish patriktismJ'new
well the nature of his country men, and hIn his
Farewell Addlres, (a document w e which sbiild be
committed to memory by every lover of isjpoun-
try,) warned his countrymen, that d isi sn was
the greatest'danger to which our Go\rAimen!. was
exposed. And, fellow-citizens, is tteIe not'ingt
in the aspect of the times now to cite the Pa-
triot's fears ? s there nothing iriythle political
atmosphere now betokening an objuration of our
glorious constellation ? I allude nqto those crazy
fanatics of the- North, who de lht each other
with their mawkish dissertatioi upon the evilds
of slavery abd the imagined bea/ticationsof amalg--_
gamation-let them talk and Arangue as long as
the theme pleases them; ; wouldd not dignify
them-I cannot dignify theirs persons danger-
ous to our Unioin. They dW not pass their con-
stitutional bounds, and th is wealth and intell-
ligen-eo and patriotism egh in A .-Northyto
keep them, as they do other maniacs, within
safe limits. /
Aut I appeal to the/ of your fellow-citizens,
who have sprung fro/I' a Revolutionary ancestry
and were trained up. der the doctrines of"'76-
/who learned, the valO'of the Union from teachers
who knew experinintally, the blood and treasure
that it cost to pro.re it-the patriotic sacrifices,
the paternal cn,11 rmises and concessions, that
were made to es lish it. I ask you, who were
educated in ft-'good old school, Whiether you
were not taug/to regard the Union Is a sacred
thing-holy 'the ark of the covenant to the
Israelites of d-and he; who then would have
br(ath(d ofIisunion, would, have sealed hirelf
a renegadoiore abandoned than Cain. ,
But no) days the unfledged Orator-the strip-
ling politician, will.talk quite flippantly of disso-
lution an/be listened to; aye! listened to by a i
large assmblage of American citizens with bland
forbearace and without a sign from any of his
auditor to remind him, that he is treading upon
Shol/ground."
Sois of revolutionary Fathers, it is your place
to poftect and defend from the touch of unhallow.-
ed /ands, the blood bought heritage your patriot
si es have bequeathed to you-it is your duty to
aiVouch for the wisdom o! the works of'your Fa- .


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To the Citizen's of r aarlanna,
aC. W. WORDIN, gives notice to
the citizens of Marianna, that lie
Avill, on or about the 5th day of
July next, Be prepared to repair WATCHES,
CLOCKS, &q.h in the best possible 'manner and
respectfully solicits (he public patronage.
OU- Those having work to do, will call soon,
as my stay will be short. je29 2t


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with despatch for balance of freight of -cttOBAi
cedar, apply -as above, or to. .v -'.N..
NOURSE & STONEiA^
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FOR.NPEW' YORK.-- 'Ail
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tenement adjoining it, will please apply to
3elgt JAS. F. FARRIOR, Agent,
ga 'FOR RENTr,-The first floor and upper
i loft.1of STORE No. '0 Columrbus,.8uild-
]R ings, together .with a Counting Rbom onui
the second'floor, if desired. Owing, to its prox-
imity to the upper Cotton Press, it is undoubtly,
the best location in the City for a Ship Chandlery
and Grocery Store. Apply to
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-thers, and to see that this landmark of our liber-
ties-.the most exposed of all, has its stakes well
,strengthened and securely guarded.,
TtebTe is another danger, fellodv-citizens, to
whX our republican institutions are exposed,
not of so alarming a character as Iat just alluded
to' but still its, influence is antagonistic to the
.-enactment of wholesome laws xnd the develop-
ment of wise legislation-I mere the influence of
-a species of Politicians, who vre all things to a1l
lnent-they will carouse wit: the frequenters of
'thelpot-house to-day and sijfg psalms with the
deveou, in the' synagogue tomorrow. They are
wise in the signs of the political zodiac 'and
are sure to be worshippelS of that ,star., 'which
; happens to be in the ascentant. They are always
the poor man's friend, ani for fear the. poor man
should not know it, the are sure 'to tell him of
it often. Such men, fe ow, citizens, are danger-
ous-principles with tlem ;are nothing, ex:pedi-
ency everything-seifiiness, personal advance-
ment, by any means, is the object of their lives.
They are fungous exc;r9scences on the body politic
affording no.life, plbgour to the system, and the
diffusion ,of eduBcatio(n and intelligence among the
people, is tbeIonysure method of lopping them
offA" for i. proportion as the structure of a govern-
ment gives forceto pubic' opinion, it is essential
(hat public opinaonh be enlightened."
Fellow-citizwos we have now arrived at a
precarious stage 'of -our National existence and it
rests with oaksdilve% Whether by following 'the
-} i old and tried corne-ils of the sages who have pre-
ceeded us, we continue 'to progress in .National
greatness and influence,, .or being led astray by the
interested and perverting cotincils of disappointed
and ambitious politicians-, we ate yet 'destined to
see theweak fragments of oar dissevered Union
scattered around us. I do believe, -that the
severest trial our Goyvtnmenft has yet encountered
in a short time awaits it, and in such a contingency,
which may God avert, it 'Will require all the Pa-
triot's moderation-all his wisdom and his.zeal, to
avert consequences the most awful.
What a brilliant destiny ,opens before us as a
United People already does our advancement in
agriculture, manutaotures and tke arts, place us
alongside of the most favored Nations of the earth;
1 already does our commerce whiten every-,sea and
penetrate every corner of thelhabitable Globe;
already: do the old Monarchies of Europe look
upon our experiment of Republican Government
:with fearfulness and alarm. And, fellow-eitizens,
'what or who can stop our onward strides, if we
*are but true to ourselves and true to the princi-
ples upon which our prosperity has. thus far been
based. I say to you, the triumphs of the Anglo-
-Saxon republican daughter, will leave in the dis-

readv' i th~re a hostel~ry e'b a lis ea 6nher
4, ie Roc'ky Mountains to accommodate travel-
0 west arO3, and the valley of the Oregon now
reverberates with the boldohallo of our yankee
emigra-ts, and this day, I have no doubt, is cele-
brated by the out-ppsts of our progressing,civili-
zation befteath ,the broad folds-your glorious
ztars and.'sfripes-on the margin of the Pacific.
.,And the signs-at present indiicate, that another
sur oi -r& southwestern bdrders approaches a
c6nijuction With oure c,>',it,. di ion
Texas,'uaited to us, as She s, by geographical
... posft-ion, and connected by a.Iomimon blood and
ikind-Ted tympathies,,tmust eventually become a
-Imember of a r- co .edetay. kit although we
*all desire to see her "lone Sd'tcr dded to our ha-
tional .galaxy, we trust it will only be done with
a prope-"respect to our" Nationa't f~ith andl a due
*-. regard, to ou'r National honor. And When our
National! faith is not eomprom'it'ed, \ wish to see
the afinexation effected in the face'*o! atll Nations
-.( -no secret negociattons,-no diplom~ic mystifi-
eatio^, 'b'dt let us ma~rch up to the ,olte'et 'man-
fully *wi,'h *a broad, glaring manifesto, elablazoned
before the eyes of the world, showing plainly the
propriety-.-the good faith, and .the ustic? :of our
o occupationn,,
As welt might the powers of Eurtope endeavbr
, to stop the s~n ie his occidental course as attempt
... to stay tlhe westwad march of American civ}iza-
..... tion. Darkness and supetst'tihon, bigotry anfi g-
norance, cannot lwell in proximity to us arai^ in
"the natural course 'of *events, they must either


elev, ate themselves in the scale of intelligence >r
expect to pass away befdh s, like the motniri
mists before the rising god of day".

son'as Quarterly Review .the following extract
from, an article, giving a brief but striking sketch
-of the position of parties, patty leaders add party
questions of the present day, In relation to the
Annexation of Texas, the evils of Slaveryr and
the irterference of.foreigp govehlnm'ent in Dtor
-domestic concerns, he says, ,' we are one people
*and acknowledge no distinction between the Free
States and Slave States. Every citizen Whe'thet
-"of Southi Carolina or Massachusetts is alike en-
titled to the defence and protection of the Whole.
All our institutions, not excepting the domestic
iinstitutionts of the South., are alike national and
Aacred; and 6an atack 'ph. any one of them by a
,foreign governmen% is ah'.insult to the whole
nation." "
-S"We have io iootfl fot hhe discussion of the
Texas question but happily that question has al-
ready been amply discussed bygreater and better
mren than we, and whose voice will have authority
-.where ours could not gain a hearing. We cannot,
however, retrain from expressing our regret that
,slavery has been allowed to play so conspicuous '
part in the discussion. We want Texas annexed
-to the Union, but for reasons wholly foreign to the
question of slavery. We want it as the key to our
Southwestern frontier; because we cannot with a
due regard to 6ur means of national defeoce, suffer
k- it to pass hetually or virtually into hands of Great
Britain'or France; because we want it for the be-
r. efit of our coasting trade, as a market for our
-:-rthem manufactures, ands the means of presert
) ".asto o~rels themarkpt of the great valley of


the Mississippi, and of opening to us the rich mar-
kets of Mexico; because the Texans are our bro-
thers, and wish to be received as members of our
great family of freemen. We want it, also, to pre-
serve the proper balance between the Atlantic States
and the interior, which the rapid growth of the
great West will, in a few years, without, the an-
nexaiion of Texas, wholly destroy. Here are our
rea.-.in, at least some of our reasons, for favoring
annexation, and those have no connection, with
slavery. For ourselves, we feel very little interest
* in the slave question, in itself considered. Tne
danger to our Union, to the sacred cause of human
rights, is not now in negro slavery, but in the
principles and measures of the Abolitionists, which,
* if carried out, would prove a far greater calamity
than slavery is or can be, even allowing it to be aI
that the Abolitionists allege. The remedy they
propose would prove infinitely worse than the
disease. Still, we say, very frankly, that we see
no beauty or comeliness in slavery that we shouK"N
desire it, and we assure our Southern brethren
that we 'Will help them adopt no measure for the
sake of, perpetuating it. It istheir affair, and they
must take the responsibility of it. .
I But, while we say this, we say also 'that We Will
resist, even unto blood, if need be, any and every
efforts to abolish slavery over the ruins 'of the
Constitution and the sacred institutions of religion,
or, what is no better, though the direct or indirect
intervention of a foreign .power. P.W are an in-
depindent nation, and 'the suipredim judge for our-
selves of the wisdom -or justice four institutions
and practices-.We suffer not Great Britain, nor any
foreigni go4e nhfent, to teach us officially what is or
what is not our duty. ,No foreign goveirmefit shall
be suffeie"d to intermeddle With our concert, even
so far 1s 6to id us in correctihg iwVhat we ourselves
may believe to be wrong 'and ih need of redress.
In regard to foreign nations our country is infalible
and all her institutions are sacred.

The Rivers and the Floods.-We copy from
the New Orleans Republican of the 3d inst.,.the
following description, taken from the Missouri
Reporter, of the 'state of the Mississippi and its
tributaries and of the disastrous -losses occasioned
thereby. The whole lower country for hundreds
of miles, is or has been under water, and the in-
habitants were obliged to flee to the bluffs f6r
safety, leaving all behind them. Ifinumerable
ttowns and villages on the Mississippi, the Miss-
ouri, and other streams, have either beena swept
away or else are under water, and millions upon
millions, says a St. Louis paper, will not cover the
losses of buildings, fences, Crops and stock. Many
persoris have lost their lives in endeavoring to
save their property.
We have .procured from Captain Miller, of the
steamer Balloon., the following description of the
'present condition, of the country adjacent to the
Missouri river. The Balloon left Weston on the
18th inst. 'The river had fallen there the night
previous ten inches. At Parksville there Was 8
feet Water on the bottom-but little damage done.
The warehouses at Wyandotte City was gone, and
,the entire bottom below Caw River covered to the
depth often or fifteen feet, with not one house left
standing. At Westports the warehose was gone.
At Cho-dteau's Landing, all the buildings were
swept away. At Wayne City, no damage had oc-
curred. At Liberty landing, all the warehouses
were inundated, and the loss from the destruction
of groceries, produce, &c., was estimated at from
five to seven thousand dollars. No damage had
been done at Owen's Landing. At Ritchfield, the
warehouse was swept off,, and other losses sustain-
..-i. _.., \ r : r .JL-/, >11 D ^t....11 iii,. i, ,t l~ai .rT t E-.n -
limn-ar^'I hittlrwoo, aud none to
be procured nearer than the b1i-ff's At Camden no
damage had been done, but in Camden Bend all
the houses had been swept off, and great losses in
stock, furniture, &c., had been sustained. At
Lexington, several of the warehouses had been in-
undated, 'and the loss of goods, &t., was estima-
ted at from 4 to $5,000-the bottom opposite, was
coveted to the depth of eight or ten feet, and a
large amount of produce, stock, &c ,. had been
destroyed. On the 19th, the Balloon met the stea-
mer Admiral, about 9 o'clock, P. M., having
come to above Dover, being unable to stem the
current.
The Wahconda prairie was entirely covered,
the water extending from bluff to bluff, a distance
of about fourteen miles in wedth. De Witt was
covered and much damage done. At Brunswick
there was from 6 to 10 feet water to the bluff. At
Thornsburgh the warehouses were standing, with
'the water from 10 to 12 feet deep around and in
them. No damage at. Glasgow, Arrow,. Rock or
Boonville, but the river was still rising.
At 6 o'clock, P. M., the Ballloon passed the
Wapello at Nashville, aiding the sufferers the
whole town being inundated, and the river rising.
The L. F. Linn was at the same place, and the
Yucatan Was passed at Marion. At Jefferson City
the river was still rising, but there had been no
losses by the flood. Six miles below, the Balloon
took on board the~amilies of Maj. Dyer and Mr.
Kimbrough--all the crops on that bottom will be
destroyed. The loss of property of every descrip-
tion from Weston to the mouth will be immense.
Hundreds of families have been left entirety desti-
tute,, having escaped from'the flood With" nothing
-bu't the clothess which they had on at the 'time.
T~he sce'res of misery and distress existing from
Weston down, beggars all description.
The river is still rising. Last evening it Was a
foot higher than it has been .before Chis season.-
The first floors of many stores on the levee are
convered "with, water to the depth of two or three
feet, and all of them are lnundated. The water is
now higher than it has ever been, within the me-
mory 6f aniy df these old citizens with whom we
have conversedd '(in the subiect. The whole levee


is inundated; atnd ehtirely/impassable. The lower
part of the SecioId street is also under Water, and
many houses.in that part of the city are uninhabit-
able. Boats are emiployIed in neighborhood of the
Gas Works, in ferrying passenger over the water.
The businessconnected with the river is necessari-
,,ty suspended for the Rresent.. .
From other journals, we gleai the notices be-
neath: ,
.All the low landsnedar the Upper Mississippi are
irihnda.ted, and the communication between -the
landings and country is .cut off the high water.- ,
The river above the falls is at a stand but below
the', falls it is rising, <
The landing of the Illinois ferry boat is, for the
present, at the Southern termination of Main
street. This change has been rendered necessary
by the present rise.
Most of the lower cofintry is inundated. Many
towns along ,the river below are submerged, either
in part or Wholly. Warrenton, Grand Gulf, Petit
Gulf, Rodney, Port Gibson, Foi Adams, and
others, are under water.
The body of a man was found floating ,on th'e
river yesterday, near the foot of Main!street, St.
Louis. I '
A rise of fifteen feet it the Arkansas river is re.
ported by the Alexander Scott, and the previous
information with respect to the innndationjDf many
towns on the Lower Mississippi confirmed.
The Missouri river is said to be" rushing acr-oss
the low lands some distance above the mouth, and
entering the Mississippi about ten or twelve miles
north of Alton.
They write from Belleville Illionis, that the Far-
mer's labors have been completely destroyed in
that-vicinity. They have ploughed and sown, but
all has been washed away.
A full crop of wheat can scarcely be found in St.
Clair or Monroe counties-which is owing, in a
great, measure to the rust, caused by the wet
weather, the Hessian fly, and one -or two other
causes. Oats, hay and-clover are affected in the
same way by the wet weather.
Two log -cabins floated by St. Louis on the 14th
and 21st ultimo.


From the New York Republic.
" The peculiar claim of Great Britain in relation to
her subjects-that they can never renounce their
allegiance, and are always subject to her imperial
laws, no matter how far they travel, or for what
length of time they may reside abroad-has, upon
more than one occasion, given rise to angry feelings
between this country and that. The odious right
of search and forcible impressment of seamen,
growing out of these pretensions, were leading
causes of the late war. A similar pretension is
now developing itself going out of the. slavery
question. By an act of Parliament.,..(6 and', 7 Vic.',
chap. 98,) entitled an "Act for the mor!e effectual,
suppression of the slave trade," it is. made, felony
for an Englishman to hold a slave in the United
States, and subjects him to fled and imprisonment,
-for taking ra mortgage or other lien upon a slave,,
or being in any way connected directly or indirect-
ly, in tbat 'species of property. This is, to say,
the li.%-.t, a most extraordinary stretch of legisla-,'
tive power. An )Englishman who deals in slaves:
in the SouthTen States, may, under the extradition :
clause of the Treaty of Washington, be demanded
of this Government, and punished in England for
doing that in this country which is not against
its laws, even although he may be a naturalized
citizen, and, as such entitled to, the protection of
this Goverjment. It may be supposed that this
will riot be enforced; but the British Consul at
Galveston Texas has published the b w, and called
the attention of Englishmen in Texas to its
provisions-thus commencing the exercise of
British adthdrity in 'that Republic. Nor has this
country escaped. Throughout last year there
were circulated, in 'the hands of all the British
,Consuls, commercial qnd other agents, litho-
graphed circulars, signed 6y Lord Aberdeen, and
dated May 30, 1843 containing secret instructions
requiring the most minute information in regard
to slavery, in all its relations. We at that time,.
through, another channel, promptly published the
fact. The New Orleans Bulletin recently alluded
to the subject, and states that the circulars have
been universal. The British Government is
therefore in possession pf the fullest details in
relation to slaves and Iheir ownership, and by
means of the information so obtaified, the influence
of England will soon be felt individually in car-
-rying out her announcement to Mr. Calhoun, that
" Great Britain is constantly exerting herself to
procure the general abolition of slavery through-,
out the world." : .
The matter will havi another daring of singular
influence, viz: Thebonds-of Florida to the'amount
-of some $3,900,000, and of Arkansas for $3.,600,-
000 are held in England,, and. the security on
which they rest is slave property. For. instance
the bonds issued by the territory to the Union
Bank 'otf lorida constitute its capital. Col.
Gamble sold the bonds in London and the proceeds
were loaned to the bank stockholders on mortgage
of their land and slaves the latter designated by
name in the mortgages, as "Tom," "Dick," &c.
The bonds are issued by the bank arid endorsed by':
the territory...
Hence the remedy of the foreign bondholdelr is
first to sell the slaves and the territory is unanswer-
able fot the irisatiafied balance. Now by the
above referred to, the holders of, bonds so .situated,
are subject to fine and imprisonment" so curiously
complicated has become the philanthropy" of!
England, in her struggles to preserve her West
India property. The. great n'r.ci Burke, in
writing lpDon t Ph olta cf .hp.afl.-,; i f'lmo.
ascribes the superiority of those 4of orhc-r nat?ons "
to the fact that negroes imported b- England from
Africa "are not so strong and able t6 work as
those taken by Spain ind France, and he coolly
advises, that they get negroes from the same
place as do those countries. Forty years after that
writing, perhaps during the life-time of some of
the negroes then stolen, we find -Great Britain
making a plea of slavery to extend her dominion
over every land, cursed with the fruits of her own
trade in blood.


LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post
Office, Apalachicola, July 1st. 1844.
Atkinson, James Ali6, Capt J G '
Brach Benj Bush S M 2
Bnlr, J B & Co 2 BOrland, Capt 8
Br'clay, John B ewster, Wm.
Baker, Capt Jos 3 BErne, T D
Bisby Jas iBnsby James
Button,, S D Jrown, CIapt P T,
Babcock, L Burgess, Capt T H
Carnochan, John 2 Cu'rlits, Reuben
Co~dy, Chas F Carpenter, Dan'!
Camerin, Geo Caraway, A B 2
Denison, Jos L Davis, Geo
Dawson, Wm 2 .Demeral, W S & Co
Dixon, John Davis, W G M 2
Freeman, J W Ford, Nicholas
*Flitner, W L .Fioyd, R J
Finch, Sol 2 Fisher, N H
"Goudy, Harriett C.Gane, G-L 2
Greatreaks, S C Galliher, Owen '
Griffin, Jas G-orrie, Jno
Hutchinson, Jno Hutchins, Albion 2 i
Hanly Jas Haight Geo i
Harrison, Wm- Higgins, E, U S N "
Henning, C T 5 Hutchinson, Geo
Hayden, HH 2 Haller, Thos
Hull, John H 'Halley, R B
Hunt, E F Hodge, J B .
Howard, Capt B Hooper & Johnson |
Julian Wm 'Jackson, Jacob S
Jbdah, D W C Jackson, Capt A ;
Jameson, N A Jackson, John
Jones, Wm S Johnson, Elizar
Kelton, Wm H 3 King, Rich'd
Kellogg, Jno 2 Kosker, Gerard 31
Leighton, Edwd Long, Freeman 2
Lawrence, Jno D Lanning, Jas 2
Lewis, Ed Lloyd, J T
Mctrieger, C A H Morton, S T
McGill, Arthur Martin, Matteh'w 2'
McGlehon Geo Mars, Wm 2
Mclntyre, H Mathews, J A
McManus, Geo W Muswortb, Geo
Mizel, 'John & Go Mehan, Thos
Nathens, Thopg ickells, G W /
Nickson, G W Nickerson, Varanny
Oram, Wm O'Hanlan, Felix
Owens, Wm S Orth, Jacob 4
Patrick, Wm Patterson, Jos'R '
Parker, R L Pnrple N
Parson, W H Parker, A F W 2
Pratt, Danl S Pott, Ludwig 'H
Roff, J M Reguter, C
Randall, -John L Rundell, Jno H
Roberts' L D Ricker, Capt M E
Royal, W T < Rowland, P E
Ryan, Danl Rogers, E W
Rozal,.WT Rowlett, Danl
Starr, Jas B 3 Small, G W W
Smart, Job R 2 Spencer, Jno C, tU S N
,Sherman, Ed Small, Phillip N
.Smith, ThosJ 'Sands, W A
Sullivan, Morley Springer, Capt J L
Sullivan, David Stark, W T & Co 2
Silsby, Capt J R Steward, Emily
Spencer, Dr S W 2 Show, Mrs Blanche
Saylor, Chas Smith, Hez
Tradwell, D H- 3 Tatem, Capt .
Thompson, Jesse ThomasW S T
Tuthell, D M Taney, G Ri
Varnuln, Capt G VanCdtt A B
Ware, A P White, Isaac
Wallis, Jos Watters, Moses
WiUiOws]BW WVillians, Jno-C
- Worriker, Wm illiani;, Capt J
Whitmore, Capt Jos Wood, Capt E J
Ware, E A West, Thos
Young; Tl-hos G. F. BALTZELL, P. M.
0- Persons wishing any of the above letters,
will please.say, they are advertised.


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Sealed Proposals
WTILL be received by the undersigned, Corm-
/ missisners appointed by the County Court
of Jackson .County, :at the April term of said
Court, in the .year. .1844, for building.a Bridge
across the Chip6!a*Rier, near Marianna 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 to give 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 11t paid out of this year's taxes, (but
: the Commissioners are of opinion that at least
one half of the money will be ready by tMe first of"
April next,) the remainder will be paidouto fthe
first monies raised by taxation the next .veai:V'^ e
work is to be done under the supervision of th&
Commissioners. Below is a description of the
Biidge-it is to be erected on the spot where the
Bridge was built by the United States, and rhe
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 terminus of the old; Bridge; the
mud sills (with the exception of those in the bed
of the river) are to be 1S feet long 1-2 inches thick,
to be sunk two feet below the surface of the
earth; those in the bed of the riyer lo be :26,t?et
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 N) inrcheA
square; posts aru to be the samv size;.strjn'
pieces to be on the outside 32 fbet Yong, soas tI
lap on every other cap sill; the inside string
pieces, three in number, to be J6 feet lontg, all 7,
by 12 inches; there is to "be 4 arches in the bed
of the river, (the river supposed to be abqut 85
feet wide.) the timbers for mud sills and posts'to
be 14 inches square ; string pieces to be 10 by li,
'the outside, ones to lap as above, and the pame
number to each arch, to be braced above and be-
low, with timbers 15 feet long S by 10 inches; all
the other braces requredi to be S -feet long,6 by 8
inches; giiders to receive the posts of L1anid rails
to be 22 feet long, 3-inches thick, h2 inches wide,
one to every ten feet, (pine lumbet0) h.and rails ,t
be'5 by 7, one above and one below; the posts on
which the~rails rests to be the same size,,&.feet
lonJ braces to hand rail posts t6 be 3 by 4 inihKes.
The whole ,;of the .timbers is to be of good heart
cypress with the exception of the girders aboye
namedand the floor' which is to be of good heart
.pine, two inches thick.
THOMAS GODWIN,
WM. McNEALY, .
THOMAS M. WHITE,
JAMES L. G. BAKER '
JOHN DAVIS,.
1 JAMES J. PITTIAN,
V';* Conmmissioners,
Marianna, May 27--.1S44. jeStljy
M ATTING FOR SUMMER AARPETS.-A
prime assortment ]ust.ceceived..
For sale by B 'ELLISON & CO., ,
ap27 .. 33 Water street,-,
1O ;CONSIGNMENT._'--20 bbIs choice.Salt ?'
Beef,- in prime orter, put up expressly for
family use... 'For sale by
CHESTER, FARRIOR & McGRIFF,..
jel 44 Water street.
"DRUGS, -MEDICINES, &c.-The subscriber
..has just opened a iresh supply of -Drugs,
Medicines,, &c. All orders from the. country
promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY,
jel _,cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.


]Robbery-$100 Reward!
N 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 $580 in gold,
Whoever will give such information as will lead
to _thd detection of 'he thief, even though the
money should not be recovered; shall receive
the above reward of One Hundred Dollars.
HENRY R. TAYLOR.
Apalachicola, July 1st, ]844. jy6 2t


PORT OF APALACHICOLA..... July 13.


SAILED.
July 8--Brig Lawrance Copeland, Baker, for
Liverp6ol, by B Lllisoft & Co. .
Steamer Siren, Wheaton, foilBrown's Ferry.
ARRIVED.
Ship Sobieski, Gay, fm New Orleans.
Steamer Siren, Wheaton, fm Bainbridge.


-, :SPake Notice!
DPICKED UP on the ist inst, about four miles
J_ from the city, afloat -drifting down', a large
BARGE, nearly new;, from 60 to 70 feet long, anr-d
in good order. Th6 ovner 'or 'owners 'of said
Barge', are hereby notified ato come forvarid, pay
charges and take her away, or at the expiration
of thirty days from, date, the same will be sold to
pay expenses. P For further -information-, apply at;
this o0%8ce or 6t JAMES P: ROAN.
Apalachicola, July 6, 1844,. 3t


"I


0- NOTICE.-'WM. H. HUGHES, is my
duly authorized agent during my absence from
the Territory. SAML. SCHIFFER"
Apalachicola, July 6th, 1844. *3t|
8= NOTICE-R. CROCKETt KERR, is my
legally authorised agent during my absence fromn
the Territory. HEZ. SMITH.
Apalachicola, June 24, 1844. je29 t
03:1, NOTICE.-During my abSenfce from the
Territory M. GEO. J. TAFT, is my duly, au-
thorizedW 61gent. E. J, WOOD.
Apalachicola, June 20thi 1844. .je22 3t


Barge Atioat !
.ICKED UP on or about the 1st inst., afloat
near the bedstead, in the lower Bay, a large
BARGE, such as are generally used in' the Flint
Rivei trade. Any person ,or. persons, claiming
'Said barge, will please coae 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 suol topay expenses.
A ; >.......... .EDMUND AUSTIN.
Apalachicola; Jdne 18, 1844. je22 1m


{ NOTICE.-JAMES RUAN, iEsq., is my
duly authorised Agent daring my absence from
the Territory. BENJ. HURD.
Apalachicola, June 20, i844.. je22 3t,


H bDrgs and Medicnies.
pHE subscriber has taken the Store in Baltz-
ell's Buildings, formerly occupied by Mr. B.
T. Caro, and as early as i5th of May, will open a
stock of, Drugs, Paints, Oils, G ass; &c., &c., for
's.ummei use, and in the fall will have a large and
complete assortment for cotintry merchants, plan-
e'ets, and physicians. ,
ap20 B. S. HAWLEY.


C6 NOTICE.-JOS. W. HAMMOND, Esq.,
is my duly authorized agent during my absence
from the Territory. JNO. W. tABCOCK.
Apalachicola, June 20,16 .'44. ,
FOR SALE--15 -or 20,00 feet.of clear White
Pinre; also, a lot of: White Oak Plank, and,
other lumber. Apply a4 above.
je22 3t ,JNO. W. BABCOCK.


HE\I\NG TOBACCO-45 doz Mrs. Miller's
Chewing Tobacco, just received and for-saIe
by, ..DODGE & GARDNER, '
;,;.jel^., -, -.- 40 Water. street.


w 1. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sade a large
Y andi ,ell selected, stock of DRY GOODS-
consisting of:--
Cloths, Cassimeres, end Kei.sey's;
Sattinets, Flannels and Blanlkets;
Foreign and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Iris'h Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings;
Shirtings;
Cotton Osnabui.gs;
'And every other article in their line adapted
to the country trade. dec4-y
..AINTS; OILS, &c.-75 kegs White Lead,
JL10 kegs B'lck Paint; 10 do Green;
.I bbl Yellow Ochre;. 5 bbl Linseed Oil;.,
2 do Spirits Turpentine;
250 galls Sperm Oil;'
200 Paint Brushes; assorted, for sale hy ,', .
DODGE & GARDNER.,


9


FTRESH BUTTER.-17 kegs Goshen Butter,
a prime article, just received from New York
per brig Morea. For sale by
NOURSE & ,STONE,
jy6 46 Wate street;


CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THOS. M.
DOYLE; of the late firm of 1 DOYLE &
BUTMAN," Triangle Buildings, New Orleans,
has this day associated with him in business, Mr.
HENAY BIDWELL, and will continue the
Grocery. Ship Chanrdlery and Commissioft Busi-
ness., at the old stand, under the name and firm
of DOYLE & BIDWELL."
THO. M. DOYLE,
HENRY BIDWELL.,
New Orleanis, July ist, 1844. jy6 lm
DISSOLUTIONN OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
D The Co-Partnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of "DOYLE .& -BUITMAN-
Ship Chandlers and Grocers, No. 2 ,& 4 Delorp
stret, Triangle Buildings, is this day dissolte1
by mutual consent. All claims due by said firm
ate requested to be presented- and those indebted
to'make payment to THOS. M. DOYLE, who
will continue the above business" on his own ac-
count, the name of the firm to be used in liquida-
tion only. (Signed) THOS. M. DOYLE,
BENJ. BUTMAN.
New Orleans, June 15, 1844. jy6 1m
WINDOW GLASS.-10 box superior 10x 12
and 12 x. 14, wihdW, glass fo sale by
CHESTER:,,FARRIOR'&,McbRIFF.,"
jel 44 Water street. '.


B ELLISON & CO-. offei o.sae anr extenr
sive assortment df Merchindize, suitable fo-
the Spring trade, consiktin, of '-
Groceries; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoe, s;
Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods;
Crockeiy and Glasswaireo Hardware';'
Woodwarei Brushes-, &c., &c.: ..mar30


0N CONSIGNMENT.;.-4, hhds CROCKERY
Ware, assorted,; for country.trade; ,
Chewing Tobaccog Tnanuhactured by A: Leftbi
Wich; Va., some superioM cross brand,-
Dry Goods, Hardware and CGuttlery;
Hollow and Tin Ware-; ,
Saddlery, Hatsj Boots and Shoesj &c; ^
ALSO,
Sugar, Coffee, and Canal Flour
Old Sherry Wine, in cases;
All of which will be sold- very Tow for cash.
DAVID. G. RANEY.'
jan29 43, Water street. ,


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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,
NO)TICE.-Six- \\v,+k' aitr d,.t!e. I wvill a:i[:,i;ly
to the loIn,-r.,bi, Riclrrd H Li-j_,r Jud-t. -. :,1
the C u ty N;Court ,:,t Jackso,,n (C,.u,,ty, t:for lett,.
ot'administration ,,c t ,eestljte ,otpJa'J w.-s V\. Ext.ii'i,
late of .-aid cuntr, t\. deee.., ed C.C. CO. L!.
M ariainr,, lm .Ihr !) -n1.|. m l, l _',w
-N TIC E.--Four v, .,l.d',l' ,..It\-. I .h;-ll .,i.,l,
to the lion. R. H. L,:,r] Jud-"e ,-fthe (,'.ith-
ty Court of' Jackso,:,n C.. M'.,tin t}, h: oi a, llti _nit ,l
nMy dower ill their re-,:al ad1 per-onal estate ot'
Frederick L. Alig. dceeaquil.
SUS-\AN A MING.
Marianna, April 25., 1';,-44. iny4 4-Pv
N (OIt'E.-Fomi \v%.'f-k-s at'terd.te. i st!aln ,,p;j.l
t,, the Hon,.,. R. H. L,:n,, id4e ,if tle ',m-.uo'-
ty C ,-,.urt of .Jj ryv d,-_w er i,, l l !_..'L-l. e-tae, :" of La,'kljd M .
Stone, dec.a_-s?,. HANNAHH D. STONE.
M :Mfi dn1111 A[,ril "2.'. l' .-14-. !r)4 4w


UNI'I TED STA ATE8
TYPE ,\. STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Aimt&- Na'-sal Nr-.ts, N-w Yollv.
^-*fi^ THE ui,,dersiHtird ,espetlittlly
N, ifih.:,rnr, the Ad Pitrpi'.-s ot: the
l-' TYP'Ep%:, STEREuTYPE F<)IE;N-
'i ._ DRY. Iforrerly k'n.,\n as-i _JAMES
C,:^._ CONNrT.;'-:" ::,,,d ir..,re i'e,-entlv ;.,-?

....iM"CONNER & COOK':-," anld the pub-
lI, Il l ene hra[, that tlt ev are P el-ar',-d t, exi-.eute
,,rde,'s _,r P)RiNTIG"']YI-YPE. PRESSES. & and every otier art'cle \ecesai to _,rmln cou -
]i:ete Printing: Estalil hinri ts, on as fat;vorLable
lerins, arid of as .,:d a ,,.tjlity as azmy otlier es-
tablih.hrnLnert in the ,Iitteta St.:,tet .
'File T.\ .,e ea-, [t thit E-tablisrnhment, Ni.. both
in syle,:,f f.,ee aMid th.e itnnterml of %vlclvie it i.
"mnl,.le. r :.iiti,:uilariy adal:,edi fo.r s-er vice i,, N,-:.s-
pap,= r F'rintin,:.-
,ti .-,- A ll k i,,dI ,:It-Ste re ,:,t) p:,in g i i ,. e t,- I 'O -i.
N. B..--SucI Ne\vwspa1)ersias wll co:, tie ah,:,v r:
tilt,_=.,_, tim e-, ,ev i '- t,) N ovelLu hc,:r Ie\l. ;,'. 1_l de
entitled to I.jy in t lype. ,10 iaknz a 1r.lil .-,ir
tiles (he *amnotu t Of Hie three i Ill- ....
JAMES CONNER : .-,,'.
Nevw York. JuA e it. !.-1. i,-- :i


INSURANCE AGENCIES.
THE NEW YORK CoNTRIBUTIONSHIP
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
(,./_ir\..Au. ".5; fl .!i st -etil, K
Irslre. Liweltir.z-h,.,. \Wareh,,oises and Buihld-
ll'a? ing 'lle.eral" ,,rhatdise. Household
Furniture Slil|:,' S ldiin111- ShiFsI in Port
and th,_eir (aar;':,eqs, and evary de-
scripti,.,:, o ,:f p:,e,',:,onai Property.
AGAINs'[ LOS-? OR D.-DAMA4F. BY iRF.
J. SMYTH RFIGERS, President.
R. W. MARTIN, Secretary.
rElr.crom'.
A. SMYTH 9 ,-1RO:EKS. l YB'T .In.RY,
JAMES P, RYAIR'. HENRY PARIISH.
J.AMES [BI-E, :EiTBEN VITHERIS,
.!l, -HN A LAMS. WILLIAM Sl'. iTT.
Jt-,HN HA:G-ERTY, F. -1_t YDAI_ .
C. :. -EIIPLANCK. PETER .1. NEViTS,
J:- HN J,_.1HNs'T,_-,N. I-CHAt1rID IRVIN.
JM_,S. KERN':,:'AIN. C. \U 1 -'. RI iSEVELT
.-,H'1 i. FPALAIER, E. D. HT-RLBUT.
P. L, FRILL_\-Ull. ,E, 1. P. POLLEN,
JAMES." McCALL. W [. iLATE,
Thpe n der'5im;in:.d oave l-n-e ap,:.lnted,- aerts
of the ;-a-.,ove O',p-,in y, and nre empr-wei,-d ,o: is-
'ier [-iol[,,:3 o(f iitil !'.ir;iee a'ai l-t IO" -s or darnlaar_
W 4y filL'. on a, Qvwrabl,: v trr, as ,,hier w_'ood otfice-s.
' NOU[RSE & STONE,
.''-;:i;:,d .ljii,,la, M arcth 2 !, 1'5_ 14. 41- \\'W after t.
'*HE -ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY ,cl,
H,:iittoid, C'rni.- Tlie uider-ined ,-erlt l,.,r
the s.-'id C o' ,p,."i. i.- prtar>?d to s-:, i.h(, p, h ls ..I'
hSli l'.11t11c a'c ai -- t Plt Fire, aind loss o! d.-1,li,-14e oil
rivers., oni lavoralhle e'us. "rie -ie ,pit. ,:f the
aili,:'.'e eOid iiiy is iar'e andi invested ii tHit. s.lest
p,:,ssIle titiiam er, and its settle ii t cl losses ham
al.wavys bt-en prompt nd liberal.
DAN'L J. DAY, Agp:.nt.
Ai oa.il.eltielda. Apiil A. 1 444.
r plE -, b..,.,ri1_er..,oet for the F)PROTE:'TI()N
.I [NSITI-RANCE COMPANYN, of airi,:,rd.
o,:,nl.. v'.'th full i,, er 1, receive }.:o'nspia s *arnd
to im.iue i,:.icies ,:,n as ;.,o,0!':-il'ie terins as ,Pher
,y,.,:,d ,.,ifie.--m, s prelp a ed }':, lt llptl' ,'-":a! it lo r, ti"
dar,,,'i,,e by F[eFie, atd also Io t-ake Marii-le ard In-
laNO risks. The lepi.ilation V, As., ti o p c-.any flor
siftrli l!,.?se, v.- ith pro, p-) tt de ,-i'd lil:I cr,-.lil- is
well k-rvi DAN'L J. DAY,
Al,,-da.hic,-la. A pril -.., 1 -1 4.


Ac4601on1m odatioio Stages.
c. .THE sti*sriber b4g leave to
< e H110 ii11,1r1 thpublic tlhat lie has.
- 00- 'p :n hard two,, l c:jd TWO HORSE.
.-3lillAG _l.i1, ore he intends keepinInT ita '.
hassee, and th'f ot-her at hiis old sand at (,atta-
;-,,ociee. i-,idyto run at all tires wheneve1tall.
ed iponiI. ard oid. very a,?contimodatinlr terms. ".is-.
Horses arnd Carin'es, are od. and his! tdrLVer-"
cjlrcl'tl and ,:,obl n:)_h and I !roi his endeavors to + "
pla,-e and acct'or,-mlrodate- the public hieretofore, he-
cofidih-ntl- 1hope, for a continuance of laver .and rid
pat ronage. REUBEN SCOTT,
.hatah,:,, hee, Fla., April 1. 1S44. ..
TU IT h e III.I)- A I a t
... i Sta-.e iil be l..,U i, at :tle Planters' :".,.
Hote! Tallaha.see apli 3mU1
SliniiBei .Ai'l'allg-enllm.i. ..
""".""'" "T it substantial tast-rmnin .U .. ..
S. Ahill Boat SIREN. 'SarpJess,
__._. Mast-, x\vill hereafter leav, lacchicla e\-er\ )MONDAY at 9
o',k,,k. A. M., i,:, Brl'.vn's Feny, and wvill leave +:
Bror,-is Ferry e,:.: 'E -NESDAY and Chat- '"
talio,:,liee e cry THLTICFDAY at 1,2 o'clock, At."-
TFi SIRE, .. I Si el, l. ,Iranl'l ed. and 1or t .h... -
-,ronv.nilience and aCCoit:iodM t:,i-oi'Of i)>assenll -i 1s .' ^
i.irsi rp,sed tv ar, v bo,:lv it tli.riv, G "i '- .V.
V.AN ;t;'I.HE,_L,& .'SlARiPLE:"- ;,*--..
A p a lac l c ..l .t J u ln e 1 ). .. 4 4 ,: .o n tra c to rs .
Sleauier .tA1giiia .'-
THE finest Iiiiiiiii-i; first class i.SS.
Jte."le; S' teamer A[GUSTT:, Ja. B. Hall, ":
^-^ ma,:,ster. w\Ill r-I n re;tllarlv duringri
S rithe season bet%een Aaia.-rt-ticola T-
and C',imrbu: ,, %\ iie the river vil adrh., to:,ueth- 1 "
ing at' a.ll the iiit.-riediate iai at EUFAULA oun her ,ov \varttrip, ev ery Wed-
ne.,:.,y, ancl d %\ill take te,hit or Fpacsengers o.,tlie
l -,;st i'easo able tctl'-irms, indt insirarte- caan be ob- ; e'**
taineI on hier as ,low a oi ally otlher,bcat. _
Tlhe _u^'ista's aecomriii',dations for.r passengers.
are nr,,t e.xc delle, ei Callin beitii all ir State *,
i',:,o,.u s. a r,,: e:\ ri. e x r i,- r w ill be m ad,? to rela ,i1 1
the well kn,'-,v~i rirul:,tion sP ,e h ha. sustaitned for
saety.1, ,,hll 1' l .and" despaM ,h.
F o r fre i.-.l t o r p" as '.-'e i :,Il to : + "' + "
STOW\ &. STA"efIs. ,t ; .\
THOS. A. 'TERRAf .+: .:,
Ae,)ets. Eufaula.
B,.ELLIsON c CID.,
mar4 Agenrts, Apalachicola.
Ss a'I Ieam Ir Cloai'les1on.-- '
THE ntv. splendid and fast
:[ ; runi~ini steerner CHARLESTON,
Freemarl. Maste. ,viil, in coniec-.
riection with tl,e LOWELL, make "
c-.ular ser.i-wvee l trips betwveer,,E.llaula and !
A ,alae-iula, arn all irtrrmediate Jl ard arings. and
\vhen tlhe condition of the river will warrant will .
r'u~n to tColnii buf ;IS i "
Tlhe Charlston is neatly ar'ran -1d for the corm- ':
l,:,rt "ld convenience ,of ias ?r ,-is ari( ithal. "
is a lar, g-., w ell 111.1ilt cralt, cal.,i e,,:,f "'I M as
.) ('A ail] ng a '.,i+ :.
lmchi ireI lAt, with perfect saiety\.,as any boat.on
the (Chatt-al f,,:oeliee. a d 'car, atl.,rd to do. it-as. .,-.**^
,?iel:, For frei' ,lik-.jr passa.'appli to eithe :^ '',
JO H N -M M OI) -"RE. } .
IVM. A. SCANDRETT & Co. "
E u Paula. [ '.-,,
M ,OO-1 RE z M cK NZ'IE,. -..-''-.,
1,KAY H.-kr, TSHO RNE," '-.;
'eh b I, A er;'Apralacheola. ..'.
-,- -. -., . U~ i .. ... .. .-lj i m a~j 1e -s, ,:.I.-
.".T.w: i.. P-t ,n .t ',7
*1t' i -- "v **'*.."e lh ir t c~ ele ilinff rh i-i? % ".
,': | ,- i- i.,.> .,.>? C re., or ei, her d .thi, '
-its- .r..l....ats-- HARI-EST, yi.,nr
C" 'OLUMI[ _S.'" ,_,,! ,-c ,:ot ,Of .IdI h,,ats, 1h0tio ,
dh ... c,-,trael.l ,, ,?on arcco rt ,,of either ,,f the sal'd -.J
Bo..t-will b,: l ] as" blii l -r i either the
Boar,,t- ,_,i I~i..i 1.1.i,-d'. W\M ". N ELL. 1
C0 ',: li 'id -.1 iau..l J !gth. 1,-S44.' to.",'.+ :-|+ .*,
latest of W aharfage. ^-
THE ;.,Ll,-in^ aie' the Rates -.t Wharf.,ge ,on _."'*
,-I all Ct',.t _,,, M er'l riLdisev, &.. la,:lded or S'hip- *
p ed fi ,-,m ti \ "he W t r lat th is'J-ort : :".. .>
O,, (o'!tton, per b.le, la,,de ....... e,-sl.' ",
O-nil "; shiiipled. t:;}^ ,^ '.
()i .G .: I i
On, GGo ds per,ihtia'el., ila 4EId, eti-"S "'.
l a t i r i v e (<.4 1 i c ta e t i r "2 _, i b s.... -"
r ,e t t e -, '.ia l t a b a r 'r e l, .I . . ; -
O in (G i,_,o ,ss ['T/ b a r ,'e l, s ~i f ,p(-,e d (? ^ .",'
g alt ,pec faek. l-. eder. ....... 3 :j :^-*.,* *
":i .. ; sliip e t .. .. ...j '. .'-, .",
\ V : ,,:,d l e r ,:,r d . . . .. t2 5 ;' r
l "- "i b-' "e feet. .... ... .. .;ji~ '* -^!-.
'" I- ricks. per M ... (. .'50 '- "i "' -^ .
.' Sliin:k--. Fer M .. .. -- ..... 1-?-; ., ', '*.^'i',
'" Sack ,' of r,,oa e,,rr. ,_,qt's. or-'-'" .- '4 ". ".i :
o t h e r i ,-r ia u d is e e v n t a m ir nr w *, ..( 1 :
n,:t r-,,re tlian three busihe~ls.'.:':2. ;-.'i, P"'.'
All l,.uiiiber, s.-llt ,,,"r in.ehlandise. ti}!ild oti' "..-r
boaMd \e -if.Is 1:1r steam -b,_ats, tr,-m oth-er:.,lesse]V,;-. ^
ster l,'-i,.,.-ts or I',:I~I.s, ]}ltn a ?t ilie \whiart,.wi.1 be '.*
c l ia r~ e d ,. n e w %h ,,i f'a ..e ,:,M y '
\Vli.'ir:l'_2'_ o i c':d:lttlo.. or ,.,tlher.r'm erihandise land- r. .._';
e,_ ,1.. t,-, e pa,:i/ Lt..Y'j. e eonst~r,,ee; and w leii' 'shi'p- ''-"4.
v-eal h, tiie p:aitty r.vinsr the-blill-of Ladingt#. "
Ail" ,,,..dls a~ldr r mercl-,and~i-ie rc't'en'umeirated' ,;-*{.
alh,-,\.? *\iii/b e_ ,ha'rsr~oed at eoriieS!pordi.iai; ratesnr,^-.. ,' .
.sse|^s, ihlmllei-s and steambd:oats, livn,_o at tthe------fg.=
\vh'+.i, and u'ot reeep.vins or discharfl'~n ear:,o, .Ek-"


,v1 bf ui' lred t,:d i:, pay fo, the use of t 0 e- berth tflie "' J,, "
s4.u oftwo dollars r:ind fifty cents per day, and-to Jt-^
give wav to..ves els o, .oats ladi ng.o'r dischargi ng. l jY^.-n
Tl following, Article of the g,.ulations v). the -e'.
Apalalchico,:ia ClhaMibe, Of CobimerJe, Wl be '
striCitly adhered to .1-) .- A. .:
C-(onsi-.nees of cottonn -hall be allowed,'41,ir e ,',
a) s ir th .. ., ,-j ..--'( I 'M '''tO R1. "1, i a i- i.ll. t, i n -- 'l 0- 'z 'Loi
455 r 'ultSo-3'.. IN.,o',da NX II \ eih, it ln .t--- .
,vthart't-e. II ait'-r t,,tin.:tie-,ni t: the \hawiEger, ." ., 2-.:
tlhev allow it to ,:,i, t a h,,,get tie,,tho;shall l :
i' hcur Pn extra wl ailrtI e ;.1,^ ceats per bale, f r u'
every" tw enty-lo,,ilr m.,ts that it remains' thereaf- .
te'r. Wood and luwrber. shall not be- allowed"-.to ',;
remain m,:,re than t ,erA-f,_ur hours -.thout hi- ,,
curring arn extra \vhar'age tfor twentyre fottur h ur's .. r
thereafter."
All bills will be presenlted mornthl'Nier:collec"-"'
tion. NOURSE &." STONE. ,
,.1.(4.,.. ...'O N .
Apalachicola,, Dec. 4. 1 'S t ,*

P AINTS. OILS. GLASS, &ct '
100 keg-s W hite Lead; + "
5 bbs Lil,sEed Oil-; 5 ,-h. .. aTi p; :
5+ h,,. .,vxs sG a-:s--asforted si zes; l.z_ 1 -
lbs Verderis; Pa]Pt Irushes; .'-F': ,.
Copel Varnish, Lithtfwace, R&Il-Lead. &e.; &o-;-',:'
Jut e-eived, and. fcw-irskal:6;.kib *'* ''^
B. S.":.HAW.;EY, .V;9 .
" iel t(or. Cliestnnt & Cdiaidierce sheets. ",'".'.,- \
W\\EDES IRON.- Assorted sizes, just received
.. and-.for sale by B ,ELL.ISON & C.O.,. '
ap'., :* -,3 W after street. .-.*; ,- ,
C URIJAGE & OAKUM- III'-/ "iI"
coi ,df MA'i-lla Cord'aie, assorted ;';.^-^" '. .
25 bales Oa'kum, for sale by ,-, ,: \ ., ;;."
DODGE & GARDNERI,.:... '..
a])]3 40 W after street, -- ,
L ir ME.- Nbimel 66 Ibr sal-a low by 'q,: '
1_ KTMBROU .. RIDGW AX, ,
per hisAget WtM. H. HUGH-.* ;,
jy6 o-, "' 2 W ater'"teet ,1


l^lin Superior Courtl.
t AT CHAMBERS.
Toyd, cornp't., )
%s: I k IN CHANCERY.
-riswold, et al, "
htlants. -
Rg to the Court 'rom affidavit filed in
!W'that said Lewis Curtis and George
*ustees of the Apalachicola Land
ind said John M. Berrien and David
are defendants l n said cause, reside
tmits of this Territory, to wit: lte
,and Griswold, in thee Ltate of, New
.fhe said Berrien and Selden in the
)sia. Jt is ordered, that a notice be
U. a week for the space Of oIur mort1s
g.rnercial Advertiser, a newspl)aper
Mis district, before the easit,.L tercc,
;requirin; said dndrdants, aid each

rplpear and ar1s\el', otlit'l'. lse the
v1 1 ill be taken p,'ii co.fesou:
iP|^^a copyvte-.te.)
|'GEO. F. BA1\i/ZELL.M Cl,-rk.
a M ay :];;0rh. 15. It. I..[1 -imi


N OTI-E.-Sit m,:,,ths after date. I will applly
to tlhe He -. \\. G. M. Davis. Judte of the
C,.urity Court of Fr'anklin county, ro" letters ,of'
dismissio'rl fL'rom the estate fI'Thos. H. Thorrps,:,,.
H. B. STONE, Adirmiistcat,:,r.
A p..,lacliicola. M JV 1i ', 1-41. trivl ; '1r1
OTICE-Six rontbs atter dale [ will apII.I
to thle Hon. .uiddfe of the. COunty C.,urt ,.,r
F r,.r lin C..urt. '._,r h t"..'r,_'o l d ism i -sion .. ,-, tl.e
esit-Itle of J,.-ld N on rt,.n. la.re of s:,i,:d l coi. iIt\, d,:.-
ceased. J.AMIE G.REEN. A\in'r,
A p-,,i'i:-." 'i ol :,. A i lprl 17, :-!44. a'2(i i.;.ii
Nr OT TICE.--.Six rr!,,rntIs aft-r ,date. I shall ap.,ply
to t, e H, :, al_,.l J l -'e ,:,f tlhe cI -,11 nt2 Co, t
,-,f Jaiso, ,:,,i'm ty. i;,r letft,-r? ,_f d 'iS l':iln ',,i
thIe adl irnisti'ation ,l i the esttate of J,:,hn S. Ran-
,::'llpii. lute o,-f s.,i,:1 county, ]e -.,,d.
FRANCIS R. ELY. Executor.
M arianna, Feb. 1st. -1-). feb5 -',,1
tOT[OT.E--Six inrtits aftec dae i -.,lll apt:l,
I to the J I .n<.1 of the C,,iciy ,_,urt f,,r fra' t k-
.lin eounty,l, Ib letters ,of dism issi., fr,-,r 1 1lwe ;.I-
mrLinistrathitrIn of the estate of M artin S I". df,", late
of said count N deceased.
De, 2., I"`.:. F. NOUt;;;E. E\-,.
OTICE.- Six itiw,,,is aft-..r d, l t, t .llt ,'I :,1 J .,
to tile Jud,-.e -,Of ti (le C ,urt ,.,i t l,," r a ,-
liu o'_,unrty, ;., r letter's -o [Dismissi,.t Irir t >-
td.in nistrtion o[,f tlhe e t.:t,- R of R bert Ri.,bini.._ .
late of saiM county. d.ci;f-e,.,sed.
H. B. STONE, Admr,'r.
Ap:dacllicola, Der. -4, 1.'-4'1;. ,._,


flin !xiutferi tix, ('ciii'i.
AT CHAIMIBEIt .
1Y, comp't., I
1i I 1 f "_r 'I ,P


Thzonaias' ]E. ai'ay.
SHAVING openred. a Tailirit,.,
S S V^ E stalllishbm e rt in the r ,:,:,-r .itep ,
tP " occu|:ieti I.,y D. H. Palai--. Es.I.
}Q ^ watei-i-,ikale,, dire,?tl\ ove,' M r'.
F.R K,:iiFiawii"n' store, where he is
\l pi'pep-.r,-! t, execute all ,,r h s ill
;a :worknviiilike iili.-inner. and trusts
j. ^ \ \ i t ,: i v e 'e n e r a -l s a r l tiis 'fd i ,-,in i -
.... those whio i, LV fjvor li lin w l
........ Z -their palx-ma' e.
M -ir, I -. 1-44. ;


.. I I %, I i % I


t"7'.'OI


C risw vold, et al., i' ""k'!.i"'"" e '" ; "
Wndants. |
g;4g to the Court fr.:,ri) TI(ivlfit, rilod
c u e, that said L,.vi.. (cin'sis r.'d
-Vold, trustees o' 1 l'-C _\,,ailelleCiuLA
nY, and said Join i. f.;,! iea aid:
Fr\, who are defehdanti.."I:! sa'd _c-iluse,
l(rd the limits of this Terrirlrv, to wit:
4ftis and Grisvold. io th-,-t,i1, of New
W th `.said Berrnen acl, .'- lie,, i thie
rg[..^ .It is ordei,-d, th.it ,1r: notice be
)nee a week lor the spici:.' ol,_ur months
commercial Adveriis'., a newspaper
,this district, before the ensuing! termr
kct, requiring said del tit.i.: zt;. a,,d ea,'h-l
appear aad answer, otherwise e the
tS bill wil] be take ,'o*- cwmJ'es,i:
ta. (a copy-teste)
. GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
.tola, May 30thl; '14-1. ial. 4m


Tail(oring.
-l."a TERMS-- ('4}, D rt/,,.. .^

^ THE s~Atosi'bscrib.r ,',.sprectlully
, ,i % ';f iil',c,','11"" lle'i' ilizelii ,:,f Ap.:l.-,eli-
^ Ml,, '^ e C I.I.I'i. ,,.1"' it \! t1' 4iir, tlar l ,,
^j,f "- ,'' !',.,i t ii,- S lii~iii ,,-~I le. ,tlr.:*t t~ iin self a~t
i ,:. l)li,,-., .. R1 .1. JI ,ll,, s. E s i. on
^'k li^ ii-i' rr<-.:t.is prepared, and
.*'i!) ^ ." wV ill b, | .. i 'e.! uiabh?
i i' te..i'l -- I ,.X- ,_c'.ie *All ,)\,ler's in h-i
_.^.^ ;:;. -qe w._.k,- ,I "t .l .i ss, inl tlie iat-st sq luhs
-ii,] w ,.rrTUit> d th., Sult.
N. B.-- L',ys <.-Lr ieuiit ;,artic ,l,,ir\ attendel- to.
JAS. C. CULEMAN.
: lal.,eli,:,.,ia. Junte 1st. ls44. jel tf


^kiln Superior Court.
.AT CHAMBERS.
litchel, comnp't.
ViSgald.Calloun

ss, trustees of the
Land and Apala-
Lot Company;lN C CHANCERY.
.i ". " .*^ 1 .** ^
tis and Georie
trustees of' thie
chicola Land Co.;
;.Myers, assignee ill
}ey of George \V.
aendants. I
.. nai'tp the Judge byv affidavit filed in
:t said Daniel McDo\ii[ld, James
Cariles L. Bassi Lewis Curtis
ge iswold; ad .- .Myers1 reside
V.^e'nit$s..of .the Territory, to wit: the
F,4 lougald, C"alhoun and Myers, inin the state
-i,,the said Curtisi and G i'wo^, inr the
at ee'Tork,; and the said Bass in the state
aa. It. is ordered, thai a notice be pub-
9i a w eek for the s[,a,:1 o ,4"-.1,r iiL,. n._', -it4
he ensuing term ,,l" this Court, in tlie
.arcil Advertiser, a newspaper printed ir
District, requiring said defemitants to appear
uliswer, otherwise the complhiinants bill shall
lben..oro conjlesso: against .L..hein.
,': .-PY test)
;- GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
alachicola, May 31st, 15,44. jel 4m
c.iaa, aicola Dsll'rieof Florida.
Sn, Speyior Court-Franklin Co'oity.
*^ ibnse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
VS.
%.D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Ao)rtga;._.
bpearing to the Court by affidavit, that tfie
d David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
| s beyond the jurisdiction of' this Cor-', and
Bf the Territory of Florida, but within the
ted States: It is ordered, that publication be
-t'in some newspaper published in tle city of
'lachicola, once a week for Io.r months, re-
ning him to appear and answer the said bill of
ihplaint on or before the expiration of that
.ile, or the said bill will be taken as confessed
..,inQt him, and such further order given in the
emises as to the Court may' seem iustiCe.
,'(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL,
<; & L. BRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitors for Coml:,l'ts.
A.palachioola, Feb. 2_8, 1,,44. mli 1-4 ni


1aoiaawa-y Ncgro!
ILI-'4 C oM1ITFED TO. JAIL. this dav, :,
c i. e c,-) ; [ slave. jn. t.it the ;-,il,:, i.-h ,:,:s-
ctil, ti,,i: ,Ci_,-Ifh--xi,,lO ii_ ht h it ek. abut
six~t:.'etN ears ofl l -e. .<) loot .- irches in
I.:-Iht_ and awl swLrs ieatdiy wv hen ,tuestiiin:d;
lus a sd on tile l,-,iehed. ove" tthe lelt e\e and
,ihotlher oin tlte -brneast; h, hd on whvetn takri-
up,. !,iite w :ool hat Iadl wo,'rn, kersey paiits. s-
nat ". 11' shirt, ald says tihat when he l t :,-r e.
lie w ,-,re nanileeri |:'artalo:,,:,ii.. sj. \s hilA llailfie i -.
"" R,..bert" afid _,eloir,-s to A. tzus ) FetIhys, ol
G.t,.kdetle -ollly, Fia. The ,:,wner o'A sald i "'-,
\%ill please take notice, :,prove pro,:p,.lty. p:1).\
Iarges and tike hi, away, or lhe w.* ill li e sold
aI =_rlin. to law. '. J. SHEPD,
S'!-erifT ,,f F%'ar, M ir, ,?,:,utyt .
.A la l-, h :la June '".,1th. 15 J ,.'.rfAi.!|

"faix Nolice -
N e,:,!ib-,rtnir\ w tith an -c Ordt III e passed h Y
lth MA V,:r. ",-li.d Co.', ill nl' A' IAt'he tJy ,," -
laehic,-, a, *.tr, t.2.2'1, -1 ,1 4 n i_,lt \tA O ciir-,
[. t t,_rt ],,l. ,r> ; (_ ily ]i _i- ,_,.. ll,--?r..,i'. Itj v ,- t il-'
,.i.:, \ l,: v _ [ i. ,,,t i i, ,, ', l t i ", l ; .. r 'l 1 1 i ,\ (.,1, f. e -
(c e li ;l ,r:t" *i..-\ i .,t ,'_[ ...' :'. .; *' \ ;*> .. 1!1 i', ; ,,' r n

S i -l l
l,,'.\'.v iu ,._d ,_:i h-,,?,l ,,I r.'.,,r ,ri\. as ',\ ,1l l I_.i \; _i:.-. i.ilc, e
the ho 1':I'Iun.t-.I i ,: \ed Ii.,I11tlir%: Vi l I ,,I1 ,_,.,StS Ci,]
cti,.r.:.:s ,f-ial .
,Bl,,r',-" ,-,1 sa[,r-. T h m .; '-,^ '. i^ ; -

^ I T .B elett........" ."
".! ) it.-. 1. _- C E'. B,,rtliet,......... .. -


L. A. I.. ay,,
(.V THE OLD STAND OF JA('OB FOGLE,)
CULUMrhiBTT", GEORGIA.
-".^-^.'f. TAKES tNils method of init;:rm-
,y--,.^ inr-" tlheie public,, that 1,f has p.is,1
l^t re,.trned Iri--honi New Yok. with \ i .-
LIW aid sp:len id asl :,i'rtui.nrt of
J E \ E L R Y,
C,:,rsistii 11 in part ul(G :,M. _l a Silver W at,-es, a
lnew potter!l of beaijtil,.l Breast!, ii- r.:,ri then-,
s,:,me DIAMONDS of the first water--Gold an,_
Silver ri'ni-ti I es, Gold: and Sile' Pen,?ll.-, God,-,,
armd Silver Spet.-i.l,:_s, G d -. G ,-'d id, F'.I:,
Chains, Silwcr SpI......,, flatd .st,,r., M lt.tite
Cl,-cks, fille h ie-,, ^,. &,:., which lie_ will =.ll
low fo:, r cash.
FULL JEWELED GOLD ,IATC.HES A;S CHEAP A"_
SEVENTY DOLLARS .
dA4 .~~d.4^H'.w"-W^,^ci* wa i''. i ,-tL- I,). perh,1 ,1 .- l
N {-f Pers,:,ns ,_'esii l i A\ l:);, la,1 ,, ,:,r
aion the river.-visi ink" their W at,'es or othel,
J e w e -l iy r e p ~a i r e ,d hi a \ l i ._'; a ni o pi, ,l i ,: ,'r t ,. li i ll \ ( I, s ,= i t ,
the) l [-'3 1 Irl.istwo4\ tl\ y l. a ,ls. l. 'ri tlie t,,firt,
s,:.asi.i lh, e liiave the li re-paired by M11". LelG3i,
ard r,-tturned %%with cearl the samn, dt-.iarol o as
though Itts estabiishl et were irl A|:alac!ii,_,la.
',.,It.r,, u (G a.. O ct. 15. 1S43. 41.1 tf
,'9'50 Isevai'd!
TI HEREA-S, ,,,, the ,,,l',t ,-,f tile I tl, i,ist.:,,t.
the dw ellirl-; I,,1.1'" ,_, ;,it' .i H viw -,.-.
Esq.,. was destroyed -byN fire. d. is s |li:,p.,,sd ti Ie
the ac' ,.,f sole ire ti, ,y. Now, tleref,.,ie. I)3
virtue ol' the pow,\erl i llrie vesrit:d. Js Ma oN,,',r :.f
the CIrit of Apai.:,rlcla. I her,_bY o- r a rew.,cd
of FWOV HUNDRED AND 'iF'FY DOLLAR.-S
for thi':.pl. ,prch i'si,,ii rd ,o vi thio ,oI Cho pI -,.,:i
or p:,e,'so,:,i-s co, : niittiii, tile act ; a ,d it is 111tl0 er
eri'ie,: a ,-1 i ,li: i', ,of ,,11 oifl ee s rd O,:,,_,,I
eitizetns, 1,,use ,liii..etiee in ,i-hte t tin'-: tlhe ,,iri ndets.
Given i.ider ifv hand, ili tl Ci ty eof A I\ ldahi-
cola. this *2-tl da ,-,f Jcune, A. D. 1_44.
je'-2 it iDAVID G. R.-ANE\. Ma,:,or.


N OTICE.-All p-ersons ilnd-,he- t,,o the estate
of HENRY BEADLE, deceas,-.d, are re-
uesled to make irediate payenet to the sub-
serber; and all persons h[ainz demands agri-unst
said estate Aill present them ,du.vly authenticated
%% itihin the tirne prescribed by law. or this notice
will Lie plead in bar o, their recov-trv.
JAMESE GIBSON, Adritnistrator.
Apolaclhicola,. April 17, 1444. u-p'? *i'ii


OTIE.--All pers,:,ts hairn Clairs a,.iairist
Ll the estate_= of Mrs. MARY A.. SCOT[- .tde-
ceased, will pl:ase present them within the tie
prescribedl by aw. or this4 notice will bi b,:. P,-ad
in bar of their recovery; and all those indebted
will please call and settle the same.
E J WOOID.. Administrator.
Aplrac~idce.a. Ar, il lu,. i5^4:i:_. _^^..y ;;..gi
"LTOTICE.-Ail ,el'j.i havinr,, elaitns? ').-lnst
"IThormas Williams, late of Jaks,_,-n c deceased, are reujiii'le to'ipreent the si.e Myut
authentie:tt-d within the time prescribed by l,-w
or this notice will be pl,.-ad in Or oft' fllieic re-
c,,very. All persons indebLted to saidI estate are
requested t'-, make immediate settlement.
THOS. MA. WHITE, Adiniiistrator.
Marianna. Jan. 191ht. 14.44. Qa2r2" 1 ,_.%


N' OTICE.-Tht. unders;ilpied have this day
f.rimed a partnership under the rnamte and
style of "-GOLDSTEIN & CO." f,_r thle trarnsa-teJ
lion of a *4eLer.,il Wholesale Gicerv and C'om-
rnissionr Business. D. GOLDSTEIN,
JOHN R. BEERS.
C olinbi15, A pril 1, 1',;44. a:l::1 ")M-
N OTICE-The partnership heretf:,:re existig
in this place bet'.een tlhe subl.cribers under
the firm of "-1PRESTON & MAICLAY,'" is this
day dissolved by r, ltual consernt.
THOMAS PRESTON,
J. C. MACLAY.
Apalachi,,la, May Sth, 1S44. mll r11
OTIC'E.-Tlte co-partnership heretol,:re ex-
istinc iin this place between the subsribers,
under the -firrr of MOORE & MecKFNZIE, is this
day dissolved by mutual cons,?rnt.
JOHN M. MOORE,
WILLIAM A. McKENZIE.
Apalachicola, May 1.'I,, 1).44.


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ABB OrnianeaBB
Plov idlnE6 for lhe ,iilmr if ,,fi-,lerI. 1'e.
-.,-u'ml n 1. B-,., it ordained b 0ll-e Mavo,.r and
Courlill of the 'City of Ap daiic,:.-.I... Tl-0i in all
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w .irrjlii 1 dir,--e i.d ro t,: he i-L ..r lial of -,...(d eIty. Iii-
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pl[1tied a-ains, ar. d:l.-d ,i1i hhn, her orIthe.ii tiiill
otherwise ord-ered I' tlhe Mv.,r.
:ee. 2 Be i- 1 tiuirli r ordamii-d, That in all ,ases
whinjud,_,ienrt IlaV t.,,i: t'ii]eif d 11n il.e M[iViy ,l"s
C.:'Oi.lli ,: r:.-! inV |i,?r I,:,on f-',r a L ,_,lati,:,n of an o
rlie ordltn ,--s ct s,!,I 'IIV. the .Ti.id.-e el _ald
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in I ii,,l oll lil;.y be itrop-ier, w helit-n I at; -|ear!,"2
Ill :At ~,.1,;.ii >-'n'ert~ w,;,. 5,v .o inliii ltied lipider ilnir~iigillL;
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Pascd by Council 3thli -.aId, 1S4-1.
DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.


Ejranlklin Superior Court.
spring Term, 1S44-.
WA. C?. Semmes,
W,, "" vS. Damages $300 -- Attatchment.
Elias Simpson,
"TpHE defendant and all persons interested are
. notified of the institution of the above suit,
'19 axd wrereq uired .to appear and plead as required
H| bv law. A. G."SEMMEIS.
,+'''Apalachicola, Jan. .I8, 1844. apl-20 3m
F,, Franklin Superior Court.
S. : Spring Term, 1844.
II Hyyer Bush & Co.
I.:. .- vs. Foreclosure of Mortgage.'!
-H"H. Shepherd.
,[fflP^ defendant and all persons interested are
SI J-he"reby notified of the institution of the above
sitt, and that I will apply to the Judge of the
vS^rgerior Court of Frankin County, a~t the Spring
Nuimdiofsaid Court, 1844, for a foreclosure Qf ,aid
k-%iatgage.- A. G. SEMMES, .Plif's Att'y.
4,' 4.p9l...aicol., Nov. 34, 1844. apl20 3m
,_ t'^^ Tm]anklln Superior Court.
"'* m Wn. Lawrence, .
"- ','. :", r. l Bill of Divorce.
'..'P.1tbe'fh'LawvTence, formerly I "
,t ; gS..ii ibetl: B r"l j4
l.'"&. ".h r.'12 defendant in 'this case %i6 l take notice,
1 at,-Qn :ithe first. d v of Octohernext, I w.il!
-Vtoce1Wj6 ft'ke the deposilions of Tim,:thy-Smithl
initlw.oeove case at the Clark.'s-'01f. in the City
"f Oalachicola, at wbichi timp and place- the
,, theai W dfenda 4 attend. ,.
I >". R. A NMOSES, Att'y for Pl'ff:

''-,., Ap"A3 ibco],a June Z5, 1844. :,je-293m .
t 1I"n1 .atek8(t_ S-iperior Coudrt,
I'To the $,ring Term, 184-1,.
".,/ vi. LIBEL FORT DIVOCE..
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flSE defendant in said dale, will take -notice
.]' that We shall proceed fo take the testimony
".- ,of ,Nathan ". PittrMan, William Gay, Williamd
;,'.' ". l" I!and lames Barnes, Esq., on Monday the
Js 'lh'da 61 May next,, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at
',tlhe store of 'Battle & Brothi'g, 'Rocky Mount,
.)rt'itli'CaroliDna) by interrogatories now file' with
S'te' "^ ^^k.d said Court, > *I
S. ,,,. *'* Y(NOE & TAYLOR,
^^.^^ ,A'.Socitdrs for Cowopiianant.
Apri.. ,2.
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Commissi'son Businaess.
New York, M\[arch l1Nth, 144.
{Iry. WITH a knowledge of business served
from all experience of more than twenty Vyears in
Cotninrre .ial and ortihr'.basiE-.ss puttrstitts, and ,:iood
facilities, the undersigned te,;der their series,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for \tie pit'-
chase and sale of all kirlds of Pi'olduce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-
turns for all sales effected, and answers to all
orde..:with ,,,,li.M thiev may be favored.
I Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of
Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on
receipt of Invoice "and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of, drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
jmar30 6m '78 Pearl street.


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PETER HOBERT.
City Tax Collector.
Apalb:chiecola, June 7th. 1F44. jel5 6m
" r.TARRISON" APPLEi CI]-)E-R--A s.p-ri,.
_L1 article of Geo. S. Badgei's manufacture,
in barrels for sale by ,
NOURSE & STONE.
jel 46 Water street:'
B AI LEAD-?-1)'.' l).3 Bar Lead,.
For sale bv
CHESTER, FARRIOR & M.-GRIFF,
je! 44 Water sttfet.


An Ordinance
To raise a Fund for the City Hospital.
Section 4.-,.Beit Ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the 0';_y of palachicola, That from
and after the first day of September next, the
following taxes sIall be levied upon all passengers
arriving in said CGity by sea, viz: Upon each and
every passenger by sea,/,coastwise, the sum of fifty
cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving
by'sea from any foreign country, the sum of two
dollars.
See. 2. Be it further ordained That the own-
er or master of each and every vessel. arriving at
this port, after the firstof+ 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 afbresaid upon each and
every passenger, for which, tax the vessel shall
also 6e held liable; and any owner or master of
such vessel, 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, 1844.
DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.
A XES.--A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes,
just received and for sale by I I
ap13 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.
'D]LOT AND NAVY BR5AD.-50 bbls Pilot
Pjl 50 do Navy, for sale L-.y
.f~b5 .... W: A WOOD,'23 Water st.


P 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-
lar attendance upon the courts of Jackson and
6adsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at
.Tallahassee.
Office over W., A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street.
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844.


S UNDRIES.-:-10 bbls Cider Vinegar; '" %
2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia; .
6 chests Teas, green, black, &c. ''
10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs and Cloves
10 boxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices;,
5 baskets Salad Oil; 5 kegs Bar-Lead ;
30 bags Shot, assorted; 1 case Sarditesi
5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves; .
-.5 do Tomato Cat-up, for sale h.y' > ,
D_-JODKGE. & ,GAMRDNER t.
apl] :* 40 Water street.


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


]lRoberts, Allen & C'o.,
TH AVE on ihatd ad for se e: ,.
- Sheet ad bar Iro,1'01;t, Blaeksmith's Tools;
Germuan, Enig-,h Bli-ter ;ndrid'.t steel; .,
Cauldron ,ertie7'fronm 20 to',121. al' s;r "
SHtlo\v" ,Ware, whole,,ale and retail; .
\\'roi.uiit aud ('.it Spikes; 'Nails; ,
Brass Andiruns. : Fire Iroir-;
Plaitormn faieiBeamins arid Ballances; '
Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesIle V retail.
Also, -a general a-_.-.ort e t ,',f .i-H rdware.<." :
! They are also prepared to attend to any orders,
-for Iron.-6r Brass Castings, Blacksmiihing, Tin,
Copper or SheetIron work, or Tin and Copper
Roofing on'reasonablet, erms... u janLly


HAfRSI- CHAIRS!! -Received per ship
Marianna-
10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs,,
.....,: .["3 ";", ? "" :" -curled "
:.- "123 3', Bmstori Rocking Chairs, .
:1 ,;<.Mahogany ":;.-
:Also-Sofas, Sideboards, BfaureaUs, Tables,
Bedsteads', Vashsfands, Curled Hair NMaltrasses,
Feathers, &c., all of which'-will be sold low for
Cash, by ;- ? *,:, PETERl I OBART.
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lU-rRLi5ilED EVERY SATCItDAI'OIINGE& -- ---- ------- of the matter, ken of the Floridas other Government '
"rUI. G. RE SOL U1'IONS.ADOrTF.D of Congress, at this stage by every .
BY DEALEH5 L\ GOODS l.ol.tc.- : Co. BY THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, AT ITS that the amount of these losses will, it i is confidently which has had dominion over them. Originally, .

i*' _.T. L. WYMAN.Jv ; MLRCHAXTS.AND COMMISSION'. :: LAST sssIoN1S44.Preamble believed, fall far short of the estimates as Spanish provinces, they were separately governed .

No. generally heretofore made on the subject, and and were independent oftrach other. In *->J': .
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-.', i, -Jtorv; BaltzelTs Buildings, corner of ovr::, ly :Street, and Resolutions.WHERE would covered by sum quite within the competence this way they were ceded by Spain to Great Brii ..

J) ',: .nerce & Chestnut streets, _JljMlarlurola- Fla. \s by an ;Uct of Congress approved Au- of the Government to pay, without inconvenience tain, in one thousand seven hundred and sixty"
:lcia.r: & nu.tshol-Uc: gufJ4.! th, 1M2, the number oi clerks and officers to the National Treasury. three, ((1TG3 They continued separate provinceunder :*/' :\ .'

!T THR.EC DOLLARS, PER ANNUM, COMMISSION MERCHANTS: of the Legislative:; Conncil 'ha9 been reduced, and [Approved, 15th March, 1': t t. that Government, and when'they were receded ,
\.rvnLE IV ADVANCE.'swats No. 40 Water street, their pay'fixed at three dollars per diem each : by Great Britain to'Spain, in one thousand '

ti of ten: lines or le<> (twenty lines _loyJ;_ Apjjbchicola. Florida. and whereas, by said reducttun'the duties and labors Preamble and resolutions. seven hundred and eighty-three (rs3no change *.. i
\1r n proporticncoas;>iiuo.usiy insertedat n JEREMIAH -- of said officers are increased, thereby rendering WHEREAS it has been understood,that a square was made. By the treaty of cession, in one thou -

ranre J3.V1fl. ; rates : DAY. nIF:1 J. DAY. it almost, impoasibie to obtain suitable and I of sixteen mile\ about Tampa or Hilbborou sand eight hundred and nineteen, between Spain ,
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me'\f. Tiree ollices: of Legislative body, at the rate for military pu.'poSl' of whic'i square, separate Territories, known as East and ;
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;' thnitn! I trc.t, Fort Brook is the centre, or nearly so: And I West Florida. The Government of the United ,,',
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emJ:1t1: ::, ;) wo. \\"ee: s.1 5.) ianS h now :
1nr ApaUHiicoln Fla.
l1oaths,.. ...-i OJ I lint'> insertion. ... 1 0.) : Be it therefore resolved by the Governor andI4eis1ative whereas the reservation necess-irily: excludes the States seems to have regarded them in this light, t,
1'1f0 aJrertiseuieats are sent without \\-. .\ A: P. C. !iain, i council of the Territory Florida, whole l.md covered by, or included in it, from for immediately after their cession, although '!t

When dirctt):l as to the nllmbt"r of insert any spe ionsTe41ffei COMMlS.-q: O N MERChANTS, Thatnlu' pay of the Secretary of the; House, and sale or settleinei.t, :and the same is under the immediate General Jackson, clothed with the authority of ," -
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Cia It wIll be uriIertooj that they are tobepuil1bed No. 4 Columba JJlock.Apalachicola. : the Secretory of the Senate is too small to induce control and direction of the military Captain General of Cuba, was appointed to govern ?
to take themselves theresponsibility authorities;: of the General Government: And them, yet two separate officers, denominated i- -
UNTIL 'on.un they will[ there- competent persons upon
continued at discretion 9 and Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to and labor-of the office,"and that the whereas:, the present reservation includes, nllt Lieutenant Governors, were appointed to each of <;'- '

fJ1' t be, to the foregoing rates. charged Liverpool, New York and Ba lon, and al>.o in .! sxine ouzht to be increased to six dollars per diem, only the mouth of Hillsboiough river, hut the these provinces; and their present union was,on- j V"ginally

a-cjrdia? of which; the term of store._ novl ly I and in the opinion ot the Legislature, they should I waters adjacent, and the harbor at that place, ,a measure only of temporary convenience.** i'*
Advertisements
LeJL fixed law will be pub- -- be paid that sum for their iabors at the present which harbor or port is the only one, to which It H mo>t manifest that the Treaty does not contemplate -,;1. r **H1/
jicjaou! K by only: excepted D. 15. Wood cV CE)., session.IJo the citizens; of that region; can, conveniently, the admission of the Floridas, as onbjjfk ,"

from: the above v"ertise rule.futlws'lvil' the COMMISSION: MEUCHA.CT5.No. : :: it further resolved, Tht the pay cf the other resort for busine.;.J and commercial purposes; by State, but in language that connot be mi5Un er':t:.,. .
liberal
by year a disfoa \Vtter-iri-tr.: clerk and officers of the Legislative council, to means of the military authority wid control over stood, it secures to the inhabitants of each of

:it will! be made ; but, all advertisements not jlnl: A'J1.l': ncola. Fla. wit : A sUtant Secretaries, Foreman, Messenger the same, the citizens of the Territory are restricted these Territories, the right of admission as separateStates ..
;?!,<-p.'rtaining: ti tdtMr own busine-J-s, as ---- at Arms door he increas- in the free and unconstrained access to, and a* soon as shall be consistent with the % j
and
all legal advrti :ri its sit in them lal'Ster i.\: :i OiHH Sergeant; or keeper I .
vreil a. > by .
enjoyment of, the harbour or waters abi-ve men- principles of the Federal Constitution. There- _
dollars diem and in the of
ed four
.-. COM M ISM o N \lEI\' to per opinion .
il N T
at tae a A
wiU i !be charged! il. t lies this Legislative council, they should receive that tioned, and cannot possess the ordinary ad*anta es fore,
Au 4'i iniicoai2nts; o: c' 11 it 1 tt > for office, wiUn.card No. :11"ater strict, for their services to the council and which should result to them, from the harbor or Be it Resolved by the Governor and Legislative
sum present ; -, i
: !: FIVE D.ILL v.'(>. 'luri.tr, the canvass, jan29! .\ :iiacii1Co1a. Fla.Da'hl that the additional compensation of seventy dollars port aforesaid' in the ame manner as thy could, Council of the Territory of Florida.- That our -
rafalk ri all cies 14 'j\ -t*. if the land sale and settlement And Delegate in do and his
to
G.N.v ItanC1" he allowed to the Foreoan of the Senate, acting was open : ( Congress urge use utmost ,
:\j[ t.rn-rj'ucatio-is.: : v\v i : i nissible) of aoffirui '. : assistant clerk for his services for the whereas, it is believed, that for all useful and exertion, to procure the passage of a law dividingthe
CO\DIIS:
I'lIB.ltlJL\ ltCIIAXT ; a> : }pre-
or individ 1 ti ., I. >, f.r '..it1'of new ) practical purposes, a much smaller rervation Territory of Florida, and establishing two
A.N"i Di.ALKil! : : i JIGOODS, sent: esion.
!snventio'i, goods, .s.. *vui :Ie charged; !; for as No. 4:) \\'att'r str.t.jan29 Resolved further that a certified copy of the would be sufficient for the Government, and thata .. separate Territorial Governments to be called, .

ilvertisements, at oarlis -'I"in:1: tin J Ainidchicola! Fa.B. : above preamble and resolutions; be transmitted to square of one mile or less, would be abundantly respectively, East Florida and West Florida;

in also the sutlicient for military purposes, arch that the commencing on the Gulf of Mexico, at the mouth .
to
our Dele ate Congress; Secretary
'g-: The: following: gentleman are our authorizes EiliMHi t.V Co., of the military reservation aforesaid,might be so reduced, of the Suwannee river, to the Georgia: line; and_

arenfs; and they are empowered to receipt DEALERS IN .MISCALLA.\tlOUS:= : HOODS, Treasury. ; March IS 14. without material injury to the interests" of the all East of said river to constitute the Territory :

far the payment of any sab riptioi: tlrlvertiocm : AND: CuMMiSSluIE1CIlAT: :: ::=, Approw'c11Jth Government, as to accomplish the objects afore of East Florida, and all \Vest of said river to

&or other printing! to !b forwarded to us- So.rater; street, said,and enabled the citizens to build up a town, constitute the Territory West Florida.
dcl Fla.
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Apai.tcniool.i
J. HILLINSWORTHSew Orleans, La. ly Preamble and Resolutions. at, or near, the mouth of Hillsborougli! river: And be it further Resolved, That after this .
B.G. ALDERMAN, Mariw.n: t'ii. E. H.{ FI.EWF.LLKX. \1.\1. IkTT. '\ .Hr.RF.the growi ng commercial importanceof Therefore, preamble and resolutions shall have passed ,the

J. S. SA.VCHEZ, St. Au ju..tinc, i'.a- Jb'levell 2i & ISult, the town of New Port, on the river St. Marks, Be it Resolved by the GoVernor and Legislative i Senate and House of Representatives, and have ;

J. Arms, Tallahassee, Fla. 'FACTORS V COMMISSION:; in the county of Wakulla, being now visited by Council of the Territory of Florida, That our I been signed by the Governor, copies of the same .1

E. N.GIBSON, Q'IincFh.. MEUC HANI'S. numerous shipping! :;, ibr the purpose of conveningthe Delegate in Congress, be requested to bring this be made and duly authenticated by the proper officers
.
J.PESS, t. Joseph, Fla. No. :2 Columbia Block, produce of a large portion of Florida, and a matter to the notice af the proper Executive, or ; and one copy be sent to our DeI.egate'1Q

X. BAKER, Brown's Ferry, Fla. Ap-ilacliicola, Fla. part oi' Georgia, to market ; and there being at Legislative i Departments of the Government, and Congress, one to the President of the United States

fUXCISRXOH: Culh-jjn Ccrritr, Fla.IV. fjZ;- Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped this time, no convenience for the accommodationof to use his utmost exertions to procure a reduction one to the President of the Senate, and one to-
TABOR, Washington: : CO'I''h.. lo .iew York, Luerpuol: or j lane d2.;} fIn sick or disabled seamen: of the above reservation within smaller limits, the Speaker of the House of Representatives; of
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A. S. GREE'wo'mib: ] y, iL< -r (;t)., Gi.CARDS. inb.'ot1t !tilra ', Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and and to have the surplus lands opened to -"le, and the Congress of the United States. >

-- ._--.. -_._ __ ._..-t-- COMMISSION AND FOilVTAllDINGMERCIIV.NTS.J ) Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, settlement, and free access secured to the citizens Approved 15th March, 1844. !

-- :: i ; That our Delegate; in Congress use his be3t exer- to some point upon the waters of Tampa Bay, at, .' I
tions to obtain from Congress, z suitable appro- : '
or near the mouth of the Hillsborough r \'er.
Preamble and Resolutions. .
Fl3rida.cM.
__ Apaltichicoln, for the of erecting, at, or near .
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,
priation purpose [Approved, 14th March IS! !. .
--- ---- ---- ---- WHEREAS, it has been to this Leg
\ Ij. KI\PRnt/a.: ) for represented
the Town of New Port, a Marine Hospital,
:N.YORK. N. ORr..ECOLe: ) \IBf'S, &e. JoiIV islative Council, that the citizens of Benton county
ii.O
1. ;WA'i. unfortunate
A D V 1-: It T I S E 'I E X T S.. ;. Lib Tjl .1,]\ .t.i-s; in d!'' on); jlton consigned! to sick the purpose,of who affording visit; an asylum said Town.to Report and Resolutions concerning Richard C. Al labor under many disadvantages, from the want 1

....'...',-r'.I.r-:.. _. .,;,.:.'1. _,r..\ ,." :] ..-\ "J.-IT'* ., ...>.-'>\ .0r.'-; ,,.\ our i'rieiil: !:' Li New York, Huton: Liverpool or Be seamen it further Resolved may That a copy of this len's Represen at. \' ofa proper and safe communication withtb seaboard .' '".,.- t .
_" ....,-' J _'"- m...I'. _J --:J.oJ ''--J- \ Ibn .. .-, duel: ly I mid resolutions, be certified by the The committee on public accounts to whom ; and whereas, the danger: and expense oLJ : rt.
proper
.\ 130: Water &r SO pine street : preamble officers, and fowarded to our Delegate in Congress was referred the memorial of Benjamin F. Allen wagoning their produce and other articles to the .
NEW YORK, T. BE. A C. 3!. Austin, possible. with the accompanying papers praying the intervention Port of Tampa, a distance, varying from fifty toeighty
at early a day as
as
COMM I SS I O N MERChANTS of the to fr,"> Congress miles low in
PHlL\SfJE:; KIMHALL, Proprietor. [Approved loth March, 1 IS 11. Legislature procure m over a country abounding
No. ::1atcr) street, a suitable compensation for services pre- swamps and marshes, and so obstructed generally -

las. L. Francis, Apalacincdla.Liberal formed by the Honorable Richard C. Alien! deceased as to render it almost impassable for heavily

JIERCIUNT TAILOR & CLOTHIER advances made on Cotton shipped to Memorial of the Governor, Senate, and House ofitepresentatives in locating the Townships of land, granted laden "wagons! at most seasons of the year, to thereat :

.\ ,. .iTiJ: jiowery, nr-ir tivint ll f>t. New York. lIu\11-- : of Florida, to the Congress of by congress to Florida for the use of a Seminaryof injury and inconvenience of those citizens:

_WEV/YORS.: non ly the United States. Learning. and whereas, the River Chesselpwiska, which is
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L. l'IUciH
jludrv $. CookiNCOMMISSION TEios.COMMISSION POIIU'ARDING.MERCHANT. To the I Honorable, the Senate, and Report, That they entertain serious doubt about five miles in length, flowing Westward and

: ; ] MERCHANT, :\ : & house of Representatives, of the whether it was competent for the Legislature of emptying itself into the Gulf of Mexico, about .

United States, in Congress assembled: Florida to have granted any portion of the lands flu.. -ty miles from the entrance of Tampa Bay is
st.Ne .
No. 5 Canal, cor. TchoupaouUs No. S3 Water Apalachicola.
Orleans La. The Memorial of the Governor, Senate, and located by the airent aforesaid as a compensationfor in direct communication with a fine and spacious

v dec lGROCERS _ _ _ House ot Representatives of tile Legislature: of his services: since a donation of this valuable harbor, wherein vessels drawing eighteen feet of
Refers & ilolme -
to-:Messrs: Harder. showeth fund was made to the Territory for a water can anchor and lay in perfect safety and
Fla. ,Iode; tt _a.I' lnc.', the Territory of Florida 1 respectfully by congress ;
-janlStlnov-. -------Apal.tchicola--- ----,------ : .V: CODIlSIUXlEHCII..XTS: : : That the late IlH.liaaV, by which Florida has I defined and specific purpose viz: the promotion whereas the navigation of aid river is at present

SHIPAUD T. LrnCOTT, \V)I. H. WYATT.Lipjmicott No. 40 Water street, been desolated, and its inhabitants reduced: many I of a seminary of leaning. If the Legislature had much impeded, and requires to be straightened, .

& Wyatt, declS _A.MJuchicola; Fla. to rutu, and others to want, from a previous condition power to part with any portion of it for one object and in three places deepened, so as to admit vessels
GROCER & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ------- of prosperity and ease, was a calamity, for I however laudable it might be, it cannot be drawing eleven feet of water, to sail up the ;

!\u. 2! New Levee and i Tchcnpitoulas st., Samuel Schiller.VHIOLLSALE which the people of the Territory are in no way I deemed that it would possess equal power to appropriate entire length: to the wharves, thus affording to the .

NEW 03 LE AN'S. ap2t) ly : : & RETAIL GROCER, responsible, but was the result; of the policy adopted it to the advancement of any other inhabitants of the surrounding country, a speedy .

-- -- No. 4i Water street.:: Fin.V. by the Government, of removing the Indians which it might conceive desirable and proper and safe communication with divers other ports: f

J. Woodland & Co. janl Apilachicola, within! our limits, and concentrating them in the and thus the benevolent intentions of the Government Therefore. ,

C13jiSSi O N M ERC LIANTS, _\.. \\-od, West ; and of the injudicious and inefficient manlier I in making! this munificent endowment mightbe Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative '.

No. 1 :> Commerce street, CO'DIISSIOFOHLUDIX( MERCHANT, in which this policy was attempted to be entirely defeated. Besides" no title to those council of the Territory of Florida, That our De-

New Orleans, La. novl ly AND SHIP CHANDLER, carried out. The people of East Florida, particularly lands having vested in the Territory, but it being legate in congress, be, and he is hereby earnestly

--_ No. :2': Wafer street, at an early stage of the movements only permitted to take possession of them and requested to use his utmost endeavor, to obtain

Thomas Bertram, .' Apalachicola. novl ly made ui" of proposed< measure, (viz., lease them out from year to year, a conveyance of from confess, an appropriation of five thousand

COMMISSION MERCHANT\ in. January. pursuance i.. Ji'" or_ _IIC.HIJ__..I.. .n.lv J...cit.......... hof.U"'H'I"... th.-we any portion of them by said Territory could not be dollars, for straitening and deepening of the said. :

No..r, Common Direct. JIoor & MierLie. breaking out of the war,) endeavored to call the valid, however acknowledged the value of the Chessehowiska River. .
NE\YORLEAN5. nlv11y_ COMMISSION :M ERC tl A N T S attention of the Government, to the difficulties services performed by the agent above mentioned, Be it further resolved, That a copy ofthe foregoing

No. 3'2: Water street, the' of its execution, by apprizing it of the and deem it but an act justice to his; UejTesjntatiyes preamble and resolution be duly authenti .
CCBLt"E :TORES"TRIA:NT;LE BUILDINGS. Apalach icola. way, avowed, and decided opposition of the that an early and adequate. compensation cated, and transmitted to the honorable David

Doyle & Bid well Jon M. MOORE.V'M. ? open Indians to removal ; hoping thereby to induce it, should be provided for their payment; they there- Levy, by him to be laid before congress, as soon .

SHIP tHANDLKKS & GROCERS \ A. McKENZIE, 5 novl ly to adopt the precautions necessary, to prevent the fore ask leave to report the following re-lotions; as practicable. .* .

Oi. 2 & 4 )elord street, corner of Front Levee, : evils which it was foreseen would[ otherwise ue, Resolved, This Legislative; Council is duly sen- Approved 15th March, 1844. <
Farrior A:; Co. out an olh'aal sible of the services performed by Richard C. Allen -
an at No. ::2'!IJ Natchez street, This representation was borne by .
N. OK! XANS. COMMISSION:: AND FORWARDING communication from the Indian agent, to the deceased, in locating: the lands gr Lted,, by Preamble and Resolutions.

MERCHANTS I Government, in October, 1531, (See Document Congress for the use of a seminary of learning,and WHEREAS, the above memorial of the citizens,

J3YHOLSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS No. 4 Water-street, 271, :.!Hh Congress, Ibt Session,) in which he invoke the early attention Congress to the necessity Tallahassee, together: with a portion of those of :
in and nov23ly Apalachicola, Fla. belief, that the Indians and justice providin such compensation East and West
Paints/Xils, Varnishes, Turpentine expresses his positive Florida, at a public meeting heldin ..
\Wmdrj. Gla ,'&c. Will keep constantly on S. 15.: Hamilton, were preparing for hostilities,and had determined for said services as they may deem right and the City of Tallahassee,on the.9th February,

hand, a gd as3rtment, of the above as follows: READY MADE CLOTHING, to resist the execution of the Treaty of Payne's proper. IS I 4, was adopted and transmitted to the Legislative ,
IN '
DEALER k-It it to be his Resolved, That our Delegate in Congress be requested -
he
therefore Council of the Florida for their
WHITE and that
LEAD-.pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; No. 47 Water street, Lau ding, the thereof to Territory
receipt lay
immediately
White aid: Ucd' Venetian Red .lpaldclzirolaF/a. unperious duty, to urge the necessity of strong on consideration, has been considered, and the facts
.ead, dry; ; and the resolutions annexed before
dccl this
1y and concludes by report
saying therein be and
Yellow a-i.l Od"d Ivory Black; --- --- military reinforcement, set forth believed to strictly true,
Ocree -'-
with the
Chrome (;ren ;do x. Miller k Co. that an imposing force, thus promptly marshal: Congress, together accompanying memorial the provisions therein named loudly called for? by ,
a\t j Saxon ; and other and his best
spntt' aid Krsirth: Brown; Blue Black; DEALERS IN CLOTHING, ROOTS, SHOES, led, to coerce this refractory people, will awe to its papers early and favorable use action exertions on- the necessitous wishes of the'people of this Territory .
for the Govern- procure
Grt'el J.1J btu VVditter HATS, &.c. the Chiefs into a proper respect and elsewhere: And the Council would .

Chr',,:, Yl'lb.m'Oran"e; do; Corner Water and Chesnut streets, ment, and allLrd protection to the neighboring the Resolved subject., That the Secretary of the Senate cer further state that the above named route, from .
11'E novl ly Jacksonville, via Tallahassee and St. Marks, to
COLORS( :-{; .uiarlne and Cobalt; Apalachicola.: _. -. -- .-- -- white settlements- shown that the tify this report and Resolutions also the accompanying .
would the mail
L" '..; -- --- -- ---- --- ;- The result has unhappily New Orleans, by now running
<" anl Ct0so do and transmit them to
rr ; II. l{. Wood, recommended were neccessary, and papers, our Dele from Tallahassee to Quincy, be connected with

Ct. '.t Bullion:!'! Vitwer.Blue; Indian do Red ; XOTARV PUBLIC, that precautions, had :the warning, thus given be the agent, gate in Congress as early as 15th practicable. the Old Alligator Line, running via Quincy,Rock

v.. 'lv ; English ; i No. Ul Water-street, ..'-.,i ...v-; !, ,,.rna in. substance- reiterated by the Go- Approved March, lS. Bluff:and Marianna,thus being connected with tfce
-= !liro. 1UIU \>llH-lt 1 IW M ---
vn; Tuiery Umbre; I. Fla. the lerntury, been Line from
Te4 VpAiachicola. otlicials, then in Western now running Bainbridge to
Ie > inn Purfc York :
Brown
Crel ; ; ------U- -- ---- and officially acted upon, and an adequate! Preamble and Resolutions. Pensacola, which route, if changed, as proposedby
-us Martis PromPtly
:Minun i
.Erner. d tnd ; Green; I). IfobartfMAXUFACTUKCil ICABIXI:1' m.lituryW. thrown jntotlie country,the calamities WHEREAS, present indications admonish us, in a Resolution, passed by this Council, to run
Paris Greet &c., &c. AND Df.\LER would have been from Webbville,via Half-moon Bluff Ucheeanna
OILS) t BRUSHES boiled and losses which followed, the most significant marmervof the necessity: of ;
spirit -Linheq Oil ; Do. ; FURNITURU preserving a just balance of power or influence, Milton, to Pensacola, would shorten the distance

Turpentine; SpemQil; UP Stairs, No. 42, W.iter Street, InTie'w of these undeniable facts, the peopleof between the slave-holding and non-slave-holding: from Tallahassee to Pensacola more than one
P.am Brushes from No. 1 I c.O)'),'):)lJ; dec4 Apalachicola. have right and hundred miles and would add nothing to
Varnish << ly feel that they States ; and make it most manifest, that the true any
Sash do. of all sizes; the Territory their side, when they appeal to their i interest of the South generally, as well as of other line, but would require that the mail carried .

Artists'> Tools from No. 1 to ; lUd:;er Hair; IiciacI A. JI'CI'S MERCHANT, equity on they now respectively do, tor a I Florida, required that the Florida* should come on horseback, from Marianna, via Econfena, .

Sable Filchers.-nat a\l) round; AUCTION AND COMMISSION Government, as for the ruinous losses thus into the Union as two States, whenever they are Holmes' Valley, to Ucheeanna,.should, in lieu of
{wsseh] do; Blinders of all l/.es; No. -2S Water street, full remuneration the to Ucheeanna be conveyed to Geneva
Sable them, wholly by neglect 011 admitted; and to that end, as well as for convenience going ,
Stock&. Camel Hair Pencils, l\and 11 in Ion.g. I Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. Lrmlght upon whose duty it was to have provided berter government, and general welfare of which is about the same distance; this is"not intended -;

and Kalsomine Brushes; '", "* : ilTl' -- Wood-- --- part of those, them. Although the pro- the people of this Territory, in the meantime, however to interfere, in any'way with the

larking Brushes, round and flat *.COMMISSION, ; AGENT,, against, and prevented the Government certainly owned the division of the Territory, and the establishment main route from Jacksonville,via Tallahassee,St.

Sk SCrubing and Shoe brushes; \UCTIONEERAND tection, which of the Territory of Florida; was of two seperate Territorial governments,. Marks or. New 'port, to New Orleans, but simplyto

eakers, Mahogany, Stained and\atent itewash and Mop do; 'Y' marl ly Apalachicola thus withheld, we its whereas it is known that the above arrangement"
', --- ------- be denied; but that the rightful peop \. It seems to be suggested by :'acti- ,
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DUSting, Fancy and Shaving bnish'Cand ; --- A. F. PAt1Er. will not also have upon it, arising from cability and expediency; and because Its a would be of great and lasting benefit to this whole
Clothes Hair do; Grate and lorse do SEWARD DILT. claims which they in the of Southren and would add greatly to prosperity
rancy ; Seward 1)111 Co. of their safety and interest, measure strongly promotive policy, country,
Feater ; '. COIIISSIOIERCHAXTS:\ : : this neglect will be allowed rind promptly and and tends to our own political good. Each of the of the same. .
VARNlSHESCopal, white; Coacldo; .:AUCTION & 29) Water stre't.ii first instance, for. Territories are much larger than several: of the Be it therefore Resolved, That our Delegate'in. :

Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do; \. No. made on nil con ignments, liberally provided would respectfully su get; States, and each capable of receiving and susta- Congress be, and he is hereby requested to placq
Mastic WINDOW for Pictures, &c. \ {}::;- Liberal ad\'ancf's entrusted to them will be ; Your memorialistg towards the attainment of the ining a much larger populat.on. The present this subject in: :its true light, before Congress, and

GLASS-2,3'rj Lox as.iortec1.izes of and business promptly attended to as the first step the appointment of a Board of union appears to be unnatural, and their geogra- the Post Office Department, and to have the plans
French, English and Am j'an. \ object in view, into State of awkward adopted,and to the appropriation ;,
most
& READ, Boston. sit in Florida, to enquire phical position will present a a procure neccessary J
_Mixed: Paints of all cijow, for SteamWtsCvA Refers to-L..NE Portland, Me. Commissioners, to nature and extent of these losses shape, creating a controversy and confliction for the execution of the same. -- > '.' .
COOK, the >
of and Plantation. ov (lo ether \Wh a S.CATtY WHITTITR, Hallowell. and ascertain testimony in relation to the' ifferent claims, of i interests, which will forever destroyed that Approved 15th 1\tarcb.lS4.I.j*.*AJ. 'J "_.
rtlclw I -take .
iuthe Paiuimz line too .:.0-
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f Temperance We are gratified to see the ODE, and knowing dared maintain them-peaceably if ner to the} breeze," appealing con fidentl

IERUIL !Dl'ERTISER.PALAOltIOOLA glorious "cause of Temperance start among us. FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY, A. D. 1841. they could-forcibly if they must. God pf Battles, and knowing that the Y to e

The Rev. Mr. SMILEY, delivered, last night, the BY DR. WM. GREEN.. When we consider the immense power of Great divine direction, b not always to (the race,nil"..

,i E SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1844j : first of a series of lectures on Temperance, and 1. Britain at the'time this Declaration was made, we battle always to the strong." sw'the 1ft nor

i will take place will better understand the hazards and responsibilities But, France in her
ocr The late insurrections in the Island of Cuba, he informs us that his lectures The long procession of bright days efforts after a Repub
His next lecture incurred by the signers: of that instrument. form of Government lic-
j have induced Gov. O'Donnell, to exact the follow- regularly every Friday night. Silent, its mournful tribute pays. adopted the dogs: ,

ing severe though salutary measures from the will be on the Triumph of Temperance in Ire- Another day hath pass'd the portals of old Time ; England had just come out of a.war with other Philosophers 1 as her guide, and stopped: not aotb

I' who loves his native European powers,eminently successful-her fleets deposition of her at t n..e
I Planters. That there shall be established on the land. Let every son of Erin But o'er its dying shade, the glimm'nng primeOf King, but sought:: to <:Jeth ,

estates one white person for every ten negroes to land go next Friday night! and hear it.Ve that great day appears had carried her flag victoriously over the world, Jehovah himself, and History:: records her & "iot*

:" look after and watch over their proceedings. All hope the citizens will nobly sustain this cause, by That quell'd a Nation's fears, and she had assumed for herself, the deserved appellation ing annals. Next I will direct your attent '

J ''I from the attending the lectures-signing the Pledge, and: And like a gale that draws a fiery breath of the Mistress of the Seas." South America. Over that wide spread Uoo?
bounds
negroes are prohibited passing Death !" counts
: Sounded the wa'tchword= Liberty or Her march was on the mountain
wave
vast '
9t of the estate whereon he is employed under the keeping it.Jlpalachicola Her home was on the deep." embracing a population, we see various Ito!

penalty one hundred lashes, and if he is caughtat L/cenm.-The interest elicitedin 2. The old continental powers, among whom was nublics. They secured- their independence
High in the vault we see
a certain distance from the limits, there shall our community by the debates of this young A streaming azure banner floating free- France, her hereditary enemy,looked with wonder Spain some twenty years ago, but instead of J

be a corresponding amount of punishment. If association, we hope will not decrease, but on Its jewels from the crown of night were torn, and amazement upon the brilliant culmination of vancing in.3 the arts and sciences-consoli d.

after the oration, he should leave the estate and the contrary, encouragement will continue to be'' And by fair Freedom on her baldric worn ; her national glory and yielded to her reluctantly, their the cortf: '

t visit another, the penalty is death. These orders given, by a large attendance. The question for But at the early dawn the dominion of the seas. Our large towns were wealth and happiness of their people; we fo

he debate on Tuesday evening next, is one of a nature Of this one Military Chieftain after another,
read
i iJ are to on all the plantations throughoutthe most glorious morn, garrisoned with British troops-our coasts studded or rather
to elicit much both sides and This sacred token of her love she Captains of :Banditti ; ravaging the
Island, so that.no one.. may plead ignorance. argument on gave with British cruizers. Is it not wonderful, that country 34:
the decision we think, must be on the weightof Unsullied, o'er victorious sons to wave. pillaging; her citizens. Not only are the ,
j our Fathers at such time
a proraulged this Declaration peopi
+ s 03-: The Richmond Enquirre States that France argument adduced, not on the merits of the 3.- of each Government subjected to continual
of their
Independence ? The int@S.
is as much opposed to the annexation of Texas to question. A joyful host, in smiles appear, politicianof tine commotions, but a constant war is kept ,

the United States as England. The British and Question.'f/* it in the nature.of things for The honors of the day'to hear; this age would say, why did they not bear between the different parties and the charg*!-
with
injustice awhile until their
t F-rerch Ministers at Washington have lately been Republicanism to become universal and perma- And war stands ready with his glowing arms natural strengthwas their boundaries and in tneir Governments *a, j jso

I i unusually intimate, and that moves of a very start- nant ?" To clasp the softness of fair Freedom's charms. more mature, or until England was embar- frequent, as to leave geographers in doubt

:lit: character: are on the diplomatic chess-board. (tG. An original Essay by one of the members Kneeling, with ready praiseHe rassed with some other wars- and 'does not this historians in despair. And why is it, that M

Itis said that both France and Great Britain stand will be read. thus his homage pays: really, at first view, seem prudent and politic ? I Republics differ so widely from ours ? Ee tW

'" This delight shall be but our Fathers were made of different s-tufTfrom cap,
i :; TcU/: l. to guarantee the immediate recognition of {JO: 'fhe New Orleans elections have gone in great my only care, fellow-citizens, the whole land is overs
To guard, protect, defend Columbia's Fair." this, and when a suggestion of this kind pry
'
was
satisfactory
: the independence Texas by Mexico,upon favor of the Democrats. with worse than :Egyptian darkness Educ-jtio,
tl of annexation 4. made to them, they indignantly replied ; "If we
that the measure
assurance, with all its liberalizing, enlightening aad eievaf"ing :
F "be abandoned forever, and that too, without making Dit"i Jlmong The Jews.- -\\'e learn from As roll the plaudits of the braveA bear injustice for an hour without resistance, we influences is bound in fetters of darkness,

sine papers received by the Acadia, that a violent million banners flutt'ring wave are fast learning to be sla\' s." ,
F the abolition of slaverry a qua non. bigotry, and more than all, that National
t schism has arisen among the Israelites at Frankfort O'er glitt'ring spires and cultivated fields, But, fellow-citizens, we have only to refer to mcra Its
The State Department Washington has Where nature to the hand of Freedom yields.. which our Great Washington has said, caork;
err; in Germany. Two-thirds of the communityhave the History of the early settlement of this country, rest when based

f received information from Mexico, that a decree separated from the synagogue, and formed a' And now, beside each stream and the circumstances attending it, to find a reason securely upon enlightened:
( that Where once the eagle's gious principle-is not found there.
issued that Govcnment scream
hn been by stating sect. for that indomirritable
separate of
la,t.la t. i the towns of Taos, in New Mexico, and Paso And fearful war-whOp: mingl'd: in the air, spirit independence, From all this, fellow-citizens, we learn fiii!!
; I .. For the Commercial Advertiser. vie hear the music of Columbia's Fair. that body regarded for the rights of ma, the highest: gifts of infidel philsosonhy: a\"aillj
del Norte, and Presidio del Norte, in Chihuahua, !(t.
EDUCATION No. 5.-.Aman infantes. which distinguished our ancestors. Ne::rl f all ing in the sccurement of civil
5. liberty-that
ire declared open to foreign trade; all articles As good discipline is so important and essential the early settlements made in this ,'rountn were and bijv
which can be introduced into the Mexican Republic The shade of Jefferson appears- try ignorance cannot co-exist,with republhj

of :the a thing, the question naturally rises here ; How And Adams' voice:: salutes our ears: composed of the unyielding mn's of reluK-Ms: freedom, but that a liberal system of educate
those
,\- may enter places on payment shall this be brought about? The answer is, pa- "This day it was, that clos'd our joys on earth ; political persecutions in the old world l. The 'width diffused} among the people, and a natiua1
duties the tariff and laws.
precribed by rents must understand the principles of a good But 'twas this day, that gave your Country birth ; Pilgrims of New England had originally! been morality founded upon the Bible, are the c_,

{Congress has adjouned, says the New York government and apply them to practice. This Then mourn not for our death, driven, by persecutions, from England: awl settled sure guarantees; tor the prosperity and perpetz,

Express without making any provision for the understanding will not rain down, nor grow up But glory in the breath for a time in the Netherlands and in Switzerland, of Republican Institutions. These were the or.I .

,' ;, .vmel1t of the Government debt of $5,500,000 I spontaneously, you must labour for it and use That" wafts the voice of Freedom's fairest child, and during their sojourn in the continent ac-j'ir-; I ginl corner stones of the Temple of our hb.
r.
I v,.: t.h becomes due in January next, on the every means of information, and you must study O'er ocean waves, and mountains hoar and wild.'y ed in their pilgrimage ideas of civil and roOl 1; lions | 1 1... ;jy the hands of our Fathers, and the bas: ,

: r :':.:.Id that the receipts into the Treasury are so the subject thoroughly. The first principle in 6. liberty which were found valuable ap:,['i" : -' rl toe symmetry-the towering height and fee

"1 h,:;e, that the sum on hand above ordinary expenses good parental discipline is affection. You must Thou who canst gaze with fond surprise in their ultimate settlement in the ne'v ..-'r'-i' S'ul'rne! proportions which the edifice: & has jwj

f at that time, will be sufficient to meet it love your children. 0," you all exclaim at once Deep down an infants liquid eyes, Hence the very fact, that the settlers >f N"i l !tamed, approve the soundness of the
: :
And see the of genius shining there phikopij!
1 without any extraordinary appropriation. The "I love my children, so that is settled." But To calm the storm germe, and quench the lightning's glare. England deserted their houses and the C.r I .' these_ master-builders who Lid its fouacUioaknovv

"I amount- ue is owned by private capitalists, and you need not be in such haste to dispense with Behold a tender child of kindred and friends in the old world, to ". ,i it is customary, teili.w-eiti2ens, on t s

..j .II' being Tetorned to their hands, will return for investment this first principle, for you, perhaps, do not love Cast on a rugged wild, liberty and freedom to worship God in their :'\".' d.i_ for the Orator, to recount t.if battles: of th

to the New York and Boston markets, your children as you ought. Your love is, per- In peace now rising from her conq'ring fire- way amidst the cheerless and dangerous wilds "f :.i t 'c,1I1tioi1-to, depict the death-struggle of BI]!.

,, \ and thereby have a great influence in promoting haps a mere instinctive fondnes, a feeling held in The dread of Kings, and yet the World's desire. the new, affords abundant evidence why their k r-tlill-the Brand wine ensanguined with th

,' \1'1't.t the abundance of money, and its consequent common with the brutes. This affection some of 7. descendants, "bone of their bone, and flesh of blood of our Revolutionary" Heroes-thernrfaa

: :: I: cheapness. you wofully abuse, and the consequence is your The voice of power, that this day blest their flesh;" educated and reared amid our primeval ch.Jy field of Camden-the victory bc.ughtb

1 ( children are spoiled. You should elevate Hath sooth'd and calm'd the West. forests and boundless wildernesses, where *
howling
your
i l' QtJ- The New York' Coiirrier dfs Etats Unis, treasures of blood at Saratoga and thc cruwnitgluey
fondness for them as much above that of brutes, And where the brambles chok'd the clust'ringvinesThe Freedom breathed in all around and abuse them.I of
::1) V says that Messrs Cassia & Co., one of the oldest Yorktown ; but / feel it of more irai nature and is above theirs. rose now blossoms: and the myrtle twines. is revealed in all this show
'I as your destiny You say enough to us,
failed in the dwell
V Paris
l banking houses in recently ante, to as I have done on t >rfi r.w
{ i love children too much with fond- And where th' immortal mind why they resisted the first assertion ;
y gum of several millions of francs. :'At the head your indulgent I.. bondigwas confin'd so promptly which sustained, and the spirit ui.ician'i": Jour
have suffered is the the ness, and not enough with rational affection. of royal prerogative over their natural rights.! I Fathers -'"*
of the victims who Pope, The depths of wilds unknown, it now explores- in these contests. It W TO" 2?
Your love is not that which looks forward the might allude to the dissenters of
to persecuted Pennsylvania
c' Messrs Cassia, being his bankers and by the side Unfolds their charms, and nature's GOD adores. II be surplusage-a waste of words-to feU y; ,

of His Holiness, stands the Celebrated Italian : ultimate best good, it regards present gratification.In I, -to the Cavaliers of Virginia, who prc- fellow-citizen, who boast of kindred blot!, tin

this you err, you sin. As this is the root, the 8. fered a rangers life in the Western wilds to sub- : the An
lo-Saxon
a Singer Rubini, whose loss is estimated at about : race always fight to the dead:
foundation, the heart of good parental discipline, Here, woman groans no more a slave, mission to Cromwell-the Scotch of North Caro- when their liberties
francs. are invaded-it is their
300,000 ni
Nor toils feed inglorious brave
and as you fail here, your whole system is defec- to ; lina, who left their Highland homes, when
ture to face their enemies
and to resist
But now protected in their youth and oppression
LATER FROM ENGLAND. tive and rotten. Unless your affection is properly age, "Royal Charlie" fled and sought a habitation
The worthy partners of the saint and sage No, no, fellow-citizens, we have nothing to la
The Steamship Brittania, arrived at Boston on regulated you cannot administer a wholsome > among the hills of Carolina, imbued with all their
To bless us, and to cheer now, or ever, on the score of our liberti'S fro
the morning of the 3d inst, from Liverpool, government. You must neither be too lenientnor Fair clannish hate toward the house of Hanovvr-and
Our Country's appear; the enervation, the pusillanimity, or tile, ind>leac
t t whence she sadden the 19th ult, too severe. You must not indulge to-day and And ever faithful to our trust we'll prove lastly, we have in South Carolina, a large admixture of our countrymen. We haw little t<> il-urfiwe

s' The Great Western was to sail for New York on deny to-morrow. If you love your children with of the Huguenots of France, driven abroad
'' Till breathes their voice no more, nor from their the concentration of political power in the hani
the 22d ult. rational love you will act for their best good. bosoms love. by the revocation of the edict of Nantz. And
of tyrant. Our i is division
any great danger amos
t The Emperor of Russia, has returned home after Your affection is below that of brutes if you look more than all, we had diffused throughout the
1 1 : ourselves-this is the Rock which the P*
a a weeks visit, daring which time every atten- not to the future welfare of your offspring. Lookat Oration.FellowCitizensOn length and breadth of our land-refugees from I upon
triots eye should be 'constantly fixed-this is t;
tion was shown him, the cruel love of yon devoted mother ; she loves this morning just sixty- English tyranny, from Ireland-their exiles hearts
only conceivable
which
I danger to glorid
The French journals state that the Emperor of her dear little ones with such I with our
an excess of fond- venerable burning indignation towards their
eight years ago, some men were seen persecutors Union, and with it our National glory and well&
Morocco:' has proclaimed a holy war against France ness that she thinks the/must surely have all the passing along the streets of Philadelphia, wend- who drove them from their *' own sweetest is exposed.

_._ and, in conjunction with Abd-el-Kader, is making cake and candy) and nice delicacies they wish for; ing their way towards the State House in that isle of the Ocean." And these, fellow-citizens, WASHINGTON'" the Father of our libertivery \e

active preparation for invading the territory the consequence is, the digestive organs are cruel- city. Tradition tells us, that there was something were the stocks from which sprung our Revolutionary of unselfish *
impersonation
claimed by the latter country. ly, perhaps fatally injured, and the poor sweet deeply characteristic in the countenances of each ancestry-they were sons of tried men- patriotism is his
well the of
nature his and .
The imprisonment of O'Connell has increasedthe darlings become the pale, sickly melancholy sub- of them. Solemn thought and high resolve were who forsook all, endured all, and dared all, to Farewell Address countrymen, be
document which
rent from hundreds to thousand per week. jects of that overweaning parental fondness.. That marked there; seriousness and heavy responsi- secure rational liberty and approach God, their (a .1jld
committed to offiis coca-
The writ of error in his case was to be offered in Jove is cruel, it inflicts on its objects untold miser bility were impressed there, and it needed not, maker, in the way their consciences promptedthem. warned his memory by every lover sion wa
,) that d
-r= the house of Lords on the 4th July. ies. Can it love? Is love cruel Examine your that the stranger should ask, who, among the And, as I before remarked, need we try the countrymen, tczt
greatest danger to which our Govrfinent
4 t Commercial Summary. love and see if its tender mercies are cruel, and passers by, were members of the Convention then wonder at the stubborn independence of the> sons note
1 And fellow-citizens is re
exposed.
tj
The cotton market is slowly recovering from cherish only that affection which is certain to re- about to assemble, for each member on that morn- of such sires-inheriting such natures indoctrinated in the ft-'
the aspect of the times now to epte
the depression it has long experienced, and the sult in the happiness of yourselves and your chil- ing, had his credentials stamped upon his Visage.We with such principles, as such Fathers would triot's fears J Is there 'the political: ,
nothing in//
opinion of some of the best practical men is, that dren. Love in the moral world may be comparedto are further told, that after the delegates had teach theft ; reared and educated on this Continent oration of ocr

,j the corner has been turned, the staple has seen fire in the natural world acting in conjunctionwith congregated in the Convention Hall, the silence where all nature from her wild, untamed, atmosphere now betokening an ob those crazy
glorious constellation ? I allude n to
; its lowest point, and the future is full of hope and the other elements, it cheers, comforts, sus that, for some time pervaded the assembly was i untrodden depths, breathed into their youthful fanatics each ether
of the North who delght
r: l promise.For tains and blesses ; separate from them it spreads painfully and intensely awful to the spectators.One minds, the abounding spirit of Freedom.In with their mawkish dissertation, the enl ,
upon
1'F the week ending June 6th cotton advanced j dismay distress, desolation and death around. who was present has remarked, that it resembled celebrating this National Anniversary, it of j cations of amah
slavery and the beaW
imagined
1.8d. Sales 3 ,673 bales. Love is the most powerful and irresistable agentin that impressive and deathlike stillness should be our chief object to illustrate the characters as

For the week ending June 11th prices firm. the universe and if it be not guided by a sound which sometimes seizes upon nature just before a of the men who achieved our independence gamation the -let them talk and harangue not as long dignft
theme them /would
Sales 40,710. judgment it will blast your hopes, break your convulsion of the elements begins. -to revert to the principles they sought to l pleases ; dangerous
them / ditTnifthor& as
cannot persons
V The Liverpool Times of 16th sayswe have hearts, and ruin, irreparably ruin your children. Under these circumstances it was, fellowcitizens establish-to guard, with patriotic care, the inheritance Union.oTh"e doe not their constitutional

now an active demand from the trade, who have When your love is properly directed, regulatedand that the bold, manly, and fearless docu- Which has been left to us, and watch to our ) is wealth pass and itdtlligencv ,
bounds and tho*
r allowed their stocks to diminish very considerablyin f manifested, it has an all-".*'utroling and hap ment-the Declaration of American Independehce jealously the signs of the times and be =careful in the,. \.th,tD

anticipation of prices falling still further. py influence on them. Your In. s are few, unal- -which has just been read in your hearing, that none of the olden landmarks of our political them, and patriotism do /e/jugh.other maniacs, Within

The contrary has, however, occured, and the terable, unyielding and yet so full of an affectionate was submitted to that Convention for its adoption.And liberties are in danger of being removed. keep as they

.,; quotations are advanced, though the imports of: regard to their happiness that disobedience> fellow-citizens, are its doctrines not such as I have already alluded to the signers of the safe limits.I */ of fellow-citirer',
tho
the two weeks have proved exceedingly never thought of, and they become JJut appeal to your
of
past
patterns would make the firm man faulter and the timid Declaration of Independence, and the purity of a Revolutionary ancestry
who have fro/
1 t heavy. It is understood that manufacturers have< virtue, comforts to you and blessings to mankind. blanch ? Did it not require iron nerves and soulsof their characters, and the uniform patriotism that and trained sprung /nder the doctrmcsh of*1*

lI extensive orders to execute, and the altered feel- When your love guides them in virtue's path, and no common mould to "pledge their lives their were up teacher!
governed all their official conduct, which qf itself: who learned the va > of t e Union from:
ing of the market is therefor likely to continue. moulds them to virtue's form, your influence har- fortunes, and their sacred honor" in supportof is sufficient evidence of the pervading sentiments knew experin/ntally.the blood and treasure
who
The sates since Friday comprise 22,000 bales i, dens, and brightens and sweetens by age, and in the Independence' therein declared J Thereis and which animated sacrifio ,
feelings our / it-the patriotic
l.r countrymen at that it cost to re 1
.
the
vista pro
long
of which 10,000 were sold yesterday, and 8,000 of receding impressions recol- bat
years no wild braggadocio spirit breathed in that do- that period. The great cardinal reasons for the the /r rOmIses and concessions, ,
to.d lY.Ve do not alter the quotations this week, lections and associations, all, hallowed by paternal co Were
cument. There who
your in
f were no demagogues that success attending the American Revolution, and made to es/bUsh I it. I ask you,

> IV JV but the market closes extremely firm, with an the heaven-inspired chain affection, form so many links in assembly seeking self aggrandizement or vain the prosperity which has succeeded it, is to be educated were in thj good old school, whether von
golden that
upward tendency. draws them on to glorious popular applause. Neither were they men who found in the intelligence-the enlightened ,noral not taugl/to/ regard the Union as a laCt tJ
f# hope and delightful were
fruition in :
Elopemm in High Life.-The London Observer heavenly bliss. earthly joys and had nothing of worldly wealth or character to sentiments, and the self-sacrificing patriotism of thingholvthe ark of the covenant to tbe,

F. t ** announces the elopement of an eminentPhysician Set it down then lose on the hazard of the die, about to be cast; our people. At the conclusion of our Revolution, Israelites of/d-and he who then. would' h..v
as
J 1. with the wife of a Major in the British do not, and cannot love unshaken truth, that you .. for the wealth of the country-the now-a.days, we placed before the world, a model of a Republican breathed of lisunion, would have sealed_ hiifabandoned t

I Army. Both parties moved in the highest cir- your children, unless you abused wealth of the country-was there. Hancock Government. France undertook to imitateus than Cain .
train them in childhood for the a rcnegadore
; p cles" of the "West End." The Lothario is i a and duties of trials, cares, hard- -the immortal Hancock-the prince of Ame- but wanting the cardinal elements of success But not ado s the unfledged I OrJtor-th e s art P.y
ships subsequent
V V married man and has left a wife and four chil- life. Their dis- : rican merchants, was there, and staked his millions among her people; she floundered through series ian, will talk quite dippantly o f disso-
inclinations ling Polit' ,
positions and
i: dren. The lAdy-if so she may be called-is and prejudices; their usefulness i and his life on the dubious issue. It was, of Revolutions, drenching her footsteps in blood lotion be listened to; aye! listened to bland bywith
respectability happiness '
'
young beautiful, and possessed of brilliant musical the culture and discipline give them.depend on'. fellow-citizens, an assembly of old men, wise and mistaking the frenzy of licentiousness for the large as/mblage of American Citizens. oft D is

talent. ,To add to the eclat of the thing she do not accustom them to you discipline If you heads and cultivated intellects contending for the spirit of rational liberty, fownd repose only, at forbeantice and without a sign "r from asY j"upcJ

eloped from "Almacks." The parties no doubt 1 labour restraint rights with which and nature's God" had last, in the arms of a despot. audit to remind him that he i3 trea
selfdenial and all the realities of /
future
have eloped to this country and are supposed to life endowed them. No visionary impulses of undefined Our ancestors drew their ideas of liberty froma hoi a ground" I ,
1
_ you are fondly cruel; you are preparing themfor FlacSoXs i
be its New York City in incognita. misery, shame and death. liberty-no longing after' change, for higher and purer Magna Charta, than that of revolutionary Fathers, u &nhallO"' (
ignominious How
_ .t ; change sake. No quixotic yearnings after vain granted by King John to the English Barons on to r/otect and defend from the touch patriot
The Memphis Eagle represents the cotton crop dreadful the guilt of those who love not theirchildren lout
weeks I exploits, had place in the patriotic bosoms. there the plains of Runimede-they learned from the ed/hands, the blood bought heritage .tl.t:t to
as: being unusually forward ; nearly three See that you incur it
assembled, but the calm sober convictions Yoult l*
not.DOCTOR. of Bible the unalienable rights of man and under the siies have bequeathed to LBrft-

earlier than last season: and promises well. works of
) ,J ta serious reflecting men, who knew their rights, influence of a rational religion, threw their ban- avouch for the wisdom of the




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ngtbe is another danger, felloe-citizens, to serve theproper balance between\\T e want the it, also, to pre- allegiance, and are they always can subject never renounce their Atkinson, Jamesl1en, Capt J G most of her cargo engaged, will ine't __ _
There institution and the 1l1ten which Atlantic States to her imperial Brach Hen] Bu.-hSM a with for balance of of cotton ox4
laws despatch freight
republican are exposed, the no matte how far
our great \Vwill rapid growth of the they travel, or for what Ball, J Bit Co 2 Borland, Capt S
.1ijC1 character as :hat j just alluded in a few years, without the length of tune they reside abroad cedar, apply as above, or to. ,
f so alarming a : of Texas, wholly! destroy annexation than may : -has, upon Barclay, John Brevvster, Wm & STONE, iNOURSE i\\\\
Here more
1!ot its influence is antagonistic to the reason, at least! ome of are our one occasion, given rise to angry feelings Baker, Capt Jo 3 Biace, T D _

to, but nll wholesome laws ind the a anncAdtion, and those have our reasons no for favoring between this country and that. The odious n ht Bisby Jas: Biisb}' James _jy3_ _ _ _ _46_ Water_ _street._ _ _
of develop- connection with of search
e:13: ent the i itOf.Ise For ourselves, we feel very little interest and forcible impressment of seamen, Dutton, S D Brown, Capt P TCurgess FOR NEW YORK.-The first cla .., '. '( _
influence ofDen n the .
mew of these
legislation-I slave question, in itelf considered. Tne growing out pretensions, were leading fidbcuclc. L : Capt T H Packet brig MOREA, Benson master '. 4 ,
% us. By demagogues I danger, to. our Union, to the causes of the late war. A similar is 4
amongst mean rights, sacred cause of human pretension Carnochdii, John 2 Curtis, Reuben having her entire cargo engaged and

4e1Ila gaues. of[ Politicians, who ?re all things to alls principles is and not now in negro slavery, but in the HoW developing itself gowing out of the slavery Cody, Chas F Carpenter, Pan'l going on board, will meet with .de patd For $. ___

will carouse witt the frequenters of if carried out,measures would of the Abolitionists, which, question. By an act of Parliament, (G and 7 Vic., Camerin, Geo Caraway, A 15 2 passage having geod accommodations, apply to j ., .
prove far chap. 99. entitled "Act
.vey than blavery a greater calamity ) an for the more effectual Denison, Jus L Davis, GeoDcineral NOURSE &. STONE, ,
OCV.,ot.house to-day and siig psalms with the that the Abolitionists is or can be allege.. even allowing The it to be all suppression! of the slave trade," it is made, felony Dawson, Wm 2 W S & Co _jy9 46 Water st.
the tr-morrow. would { remedy they for an Englishman to hold a slave in the United Dixon JohnFreeman
the synagogue They aredevoUt. propose prove Davis, W G M 2
.m disease. infinitely worse than the States, and him to tied and FOR RENT.-Any person wishing to
of the} political I zodiac and Still, we say, very frankly: that subjects imprisonment J W Ford, Nicholas
d the signs no beauty or comeliness in slavery that, we we for taking a mortgage or other lien upon a slave-, Flitntr: WL Floyd, R J 11:! ;;[;i rent the House,known as "GEORGIA ,
shoufti
we
lI1e to be worshippe's of that star, which desire it, and we assure our Southern brethren or being in :any way connected directly or indirect Finch, Sol 2 Fisher, N H & ALABAMA HOUSE," and. the small .
** ascenlant. that we will help them ly, in that species of tenement adjoining it, will please apply to
fJ1's be in the They are always sake adopt no measure for the property. This: H, to say Goudy, Harriett Gane, G L 2 '
happeDman's friend, ant for fear the poor man must of take perpetuating the it. It i their affair, and they t thf lc'st, a mnst extraordinary' stretch of legisla i Great r.-aksSC Galhher, Owen _jet- 3t r JAS. FARRIOR, Agent

the it they are sure to tell him But. while we rea-posibihty of it. tive power. Au Englishman who deals in slaves Griffin; Jas: Gorrie, JnolIutchinon FOR RENTr The first floor and upper .
ot know of s-ay thiswe, ?ay also! that we vi'l' in tie :; .lT-Jlrt'l1 States, may, under the extradition
shOll. rei-it i even unto blood, if need bP Jno Hutchms, Albion 2 11.;;; loft of STORE No. 10 Columbus Build-
Such men, fekow-citizens, are dan dte< n 0 to aboii.-h t-lavery over the ruins of in? this Government Hanly Haight Geo to ings, together .with a Counting Room on ? _
rincip1es with them are nothing, expedienCY CinstUution and the sdcred institutions of religion, that and punished: in England for HarrisonV'm Higzins: E, U S N 2 the second"floor, if desired. Owing, to its proximity : ; _
doing
O -selfishness, personal advance- or, what is 110 better, though the direct or indirect its in this country which is not azainst Hennuu, C T 5 Hutchinson, Get to the upper Cotton Presw, it is undoubtly, -', .. .
eveOlhing the intervention of a foreign power.V are an in- laws, even although he may be a naturali/ed: hayden: II If i hailer, Thos the best location in the City for a Ship Chandlery ,'. ) I _

ent, by any means, is object of their lives. del endent nation, and! the; s-uprunn. juce for ourelves citizen, and. as sucf) entitled to the protection of Hull, John H Halley, R D and Grocery Store. Apply to, ;

; fungous excrescences on the body politicjAng s and of the vi-dcm or justice of our institutions : this Go\ernment. It may be supposed that this Hunt, E F Hodge, J B jel5,3t H. D. PARPEN. HiTo

life, no vigour to the system, and thejffusion foreign practices. )We suffer not Great j"ritain, nor any i will not be enforced; but the British Consul at Howard, Capt B Hooper & Johnson _:
DO government, to teach Ua: otficially what i Galvcston Texas has '
isor I published the law, and called Juhan Win Jackson Jacob S the Citizens of Itlariaiina,
what .
of education and intelligence among the is not our duty. Xo fon-ign government shall the attention of _
be suffered to intermeddle with our Englishmen in Texas to its Juddh, D W C Jackson, Capt A B C. W. WORDIN, gives notice to I k

peoplcisthe only sure method of lopping them fco far as 'to aid ils in correcting what concerned we ourselves, even prO\'isions-thus commencing the exercise tf Jameson, N A Jackson: John V the citizens of Mananna, that ho :-j ,
British in that ...
6e"IoTi: in proportion as the structure of. a govern- may believe to be wrong and in need of redress. authority Republic. Nor has this Jones, Wm S Johnson, Elizar | will, on or about the 5th day of '

force to pubic opinion, it is essential In regard to foreign nations our country is infalible I I country escaped. Throughout last year there Kelton, Wm H 3 King, Rich'd July next, Ke prepared to repair WATCHES* jL
ent tires and all her institutions were circulated, in the hands of all the % _
be are sacred. British Kellogg; Jno2 Kosker, Gerard 31 CLOCKS, &c. in the best possible manner and ij
opinion enlightened.: Consuls, commercial and other _
Hat t public agents: lithographed Leighton, Edwd Long, Freeman 2 respectfully solicits the, public patronage. *

fello\\.cltizcns we have now arrived at a Tile Rivers and the J.1oods.-'Ve copy from ) circulars,, signed by Lord Aberdeen, and Lawrence, Jno D Lanning, Jas 2 {jj- Those having work to do, will call soon, 1 -

.ecar10 stage of our National existence: and it: the New Orleans Republican of the 3d inst., the dJted; May the 30, IS 13 minute containing secret instructions Lewis, EdMcGreger Lloyd, J T as my stay will be !short.: je29 2t 11
requiring most information in .
p ..
regard C A H Morton, ST.
with ourselves, whether by following the following description, taken from the toJiavery, in all its relations. VTe Sealed
T -j Missouri at that time, McGill, Arthur Martin, Matthew 2 Proposals _
ob and tried councils of the sages who have preceded Reporter, of the state of Mississippi and its through another channel, promptly published the :McGlehon, Gco: Mars, Win 2 WILL be received by,the undersigned Com \ I ._ _
continue to in National fact. The New Orleans Bulletin recently alludedto : appointed by the Court
us, we progress tributaries and of the disastrous:: losses occasioned Mcintyre, II Mathews J A County .
and iuflnence, or being led astray by the thereby. The whole lower tlie subject, and states that the circulars have McManus, Geo W Musworth'GeoMizdll of Jackson County, at the April term of said _ _
greatness country for hundreds: beexi universal.( The British Government is John & Co Mehan, Thos Court, in the year: 18-14, for building a Bridge .,I

;interested and perverting councils of disappointed of miles, is or has been under water, and the inhabitants therefore in possession of the fullest details in Nathens, Thos ickells, G ,Vlcksn across: the Chipola River, near Marianna in said

and amb1tlOUS politician*, we are yet destined to were obliged to flee to the blufls for relation to slaves and (their ownership, and by ? G W Nickerson, V-iranny county ; the work to be completed within one f;

the weak fragments of our dissevered; Union safety, leaving all behind them. Innumerable means of the information so obtained, the i influence Oram, Wm O'Hanlan, Felix year from the date of the contract with the builder .

tee of England will soon he $felt individually in carrying Owens, Win S Orth, Jacob ; the contractor will be required to give bond, .
I do beliethat the p I -
around .t and
sarterred:: us. oviis villages on the Mississippi, the Missouri out her announcement to Mr. Calhoun, that Patrick, Win Patterson, Jos R with good and sufficient security, to the County,

merest trial our Government has yet encountered and other streams, have either been swept ,: Great Britain is constantly: exerting herself to Parker, R L Purple N for the faithful performance of the work in the ( ( _

1:1: srtime awaits it,and in such a contingency.irtncnoaj away or else are under water, and millions upon procure the general abolition of ::;slavery throughout Parson, W H Parker, A F \V 2 amount of the contract ; proposals to be directedor ____
all the world! Pratt, Danl S Pott handed to some one of the Commissioners II1 _
God avert, it will require the Pa- : millions:, says a St. Louis paper, will not cover the Ludwig H on _
The matter ill have another or before the first day of
daring singular Rot, J MRandall Reguter, C July next. The County J
ttofj moderation-all his wisdom and his zeal, to losses of buildings, l fences, crops and stock. Many influence, viz: The boms 1)f Florida to the amount John L Rundell, Jno .H Court has appropriated the sum of'one thousand

avert consequences the most awful. persons have lost their lives in: endeavoring to I. of sore S3/ OOOO( ( and of Arkansas for 3,600- Roberts, L D Ricker, Capt M E 2 dollars to b paid out of this year's taxes, (but J

What a brilliant destinyopens before us as a save their property. 000 are held in Engknd, and the security on Royal, \V T Rowland, P E the Commissioners are of opinion that at least -

does our advancement in We have procured from which they rest is slavs property. For instance Ryan, Panl Rogers, E W one half of the money will be ready by the first of t
Cniifd Fenple already Captain Miller, of the tlifc} bonds the April next, the remainder will be 4
steamer Balloon, the following description of the issued by ) territory to the Union Rozal, W T Rowlett, Dan ) paid out of the
apiculture manufactures and the arts, place usaio present condition of the country adjacent to the Bank of Florida constitute its capital. Col.! Siarr, Jas B 3 Small, G W W first monies raised by taxation the next year; the :

igside of the most favored Nations of the earth ;;; Alis ouri river. The Balloon It'ltVe::ton on the Gamble sold the bonds in London
airt : does our commerce whiten every sea and L Idth_ 'in=_t. The. river had. fallen. ..there. the night loaned to the bank stockholders on mortgageof Sherman, Ed Small, Phillip N Commissioners. Below is a description the
y previous hh 'd.leu incnes.I At ramsville" there was a their land and slaves; the latter designated byname Smith, Thos J Sands, W A Bridge-it is to be erected on the spot where the

penetrate every corner of the habitable Globe; feet water on the bottom-but little damage done. in the mortgages, as "Tom," "Dick," &c. Sullivan, :Morley Springer, Capt J L Bridge was built by the United States, and the )

ready do the old Monarchies of ;Europe look The warehouses Wyandotte City was gone, and The bonds are issued by the bank and endorsed by Sullivan, David Stark, \V T & Co 2 same length, (say abopt 1,100 feet) to be raised ( -
the entire bottom below Caw River covered to the the territory. two feet higher at the west end, and from ,
thence
experiment of Republican Government Silsby, Capt J R Steward, Emily ?
our
fifteen
feet
: depth.of ten with
won I or not one house lefttanding. Hence the remedy of the foreign bondholder is Spencer, Dr SV 'on a level to the terminus of the old Bridge the :
fearfulness and alarm. And, fellow-citizens, s At \\ tstports the warehose was 2 Show, Mrs Blanche ; 4
pith At Chouteau's Landing, all the buildings gone were first to sell the slaves and the territory is unanswer- Saylor, ChasTradwell Smith, Hez mud sills (with the exception of those in, the bed

what or who can stop our onward strides, if we swept away. At Wayne City, no damage: ; had oc able for the unsatiafied balance. Now by the D H 3 Tatem, Capt J of the river) are to be 18 feet long 12 inches.thick f 4 _ I

are but true to ourselves and true to the principles curred. At Liberty Landing, all the warehouseswere above referred to, the holders of, bonds so situatedare Thompson, Jesse ThomasfW S t to be sunk two feet below the surface of the !f

which our prosperity has thus far been inundated, and the loss from the des ruction subject to fine and iinprisonirrnso curiously: Tuthell, D M Taney, G R earth; those in the bed of the river to be 26 feet 4 J .

upon o f groceries, produce, &c was estimated at from complicated has become the Tiropy" of Varnum, Capt G VanCott, A B long 14 inches square; the arches are to be fifteen ,
bdsei I say to you, the triumphs of the AngloSaoarepuolican ; rive to seven thousand do lars. :No damage had feet with the '
England, in her struggles to :!r West Ware, A P White, Isaac apart ( exception of those in the bed .} ( t
daughter, will leave in the dis- been dour at Chven'i Landing.: At Kitchfield, the Indja property. The- great : .rfurke! in Wallis,Jos \Vatters, Moses of the river ;) cap sills 16 feet long 12 inched f .

", .ctticmrticvcfi: 4MEU.'W.h.r ro)alxnath r ; al- warehouse. At 4 P.wasswept M. the Balloon off,, and met other the losses Mary sustained. Tornp- writing upon the state of these COi ..l:iiu J.i.-i time., Williams, BW 2 Williams, Jno C square; posts are to be the same size ; .string

T JS there i tmstelry established on the top km at Fort Osage, with little wood, and none to ascribes the superiority of those of other natrons Wbrriker, \VmVilliam3, Capt J pieces to be on the outside 32 feet long, so as to
procured nearer than the blurt's At Camden no to the fact that negroes imported by En-Tl-: ,. '., ni Whitmore, Capt Jos Wood, Capt E JTare lap on every other cap sill ; the inside string
travel-
1)1"I.. ::tdio\ to iccoannodate dam.ige had been done, but ill Camden Bend all Africa "are not so strong and able ,o .- as \% E A West, Thos pieces, three in number, to be 16 feet long, all 7 __

111 i i, a .d tr.e'all y of the Oregon now the houses: had been swept off, and great losses in those ttfkeh: by Spain and France, and ,y Youn Thos G. F. BALTZELL, P. M. by 12 inches ; there is to Tie 4 arches in the bed

stock! furniture, Arc., had been sustained. At advises, that they from .. Persons of the river, the river I _
., ,ttf# vvi .1 the: Vlc'.,Jiallo of our yankee get negroes cn:5- wishing any of the above letters,' ( supposed to tie about 85 i
Lexington, several of the warehouses had been inundated place as do those countries. Forty years anthai will please they advertised. feet wide.) the timbers for mud sills and to
'" iodoubt is cele- say are posts \
Lth ; and th" loss of
.J ; goods, &c., was estimated -
be 14 inches
writing, perhaps during the life-time of s",urje of square; string pieces to be 10 by 12,
'f 'I'f .-rijressing.civili- at from to S'jOIJ-th; );) bottom opposite} was ItobbcI'Y-SIOO Reward the outside (J
-a: : the negroes then stolen, we find Great Britain ones to lap as above, and the tame
cove ed to ihe depth of eight or ten feet, and
.t ..' br- 'iJ -your glorious l large amount "f produce, stock, .Vc had been a making a plea slavery to extend her dominionover ON FRIDAY the llth ult., the Office of the number to each arch, to be braced above and be-

9 A :',; -, \. ";;i!! jf the Pacific. destroy-d. On the 19th, the Balloon met the steamer every land, cursed with the fruits of her own was entered during his:; absence, low, with timbers 15 feet long 8 by 10 inches; all j _
Admiral, dbout 9 o'clock, !'. M., having trade in blood. by some person, who forced the wooden drawerof the other braces required to be S'feet long 6 by 8 t

1'I 1 ,'! ..1'i :art!, that another come to above Dover, being unable to stem the I -- an iron safe, (,the outer door- kev.- -." I JaVlnQ'- ';:) hpp.n---.. inches ; girders to receive the posts of Landrails

II' -ij I.J" jGJr.:1: : .,"t nrdefs approaches a current. I left in the lock,) and took therefrom $obO in gold. to be 22 feet long, 3 inches thick, 12 inches wide,

ipct"eL ..vith ur c .: \.ion. The Wahconda prairier WAS entirely} covered, IIui t l-jgttdjL'I ; I N V F. Whoever will give such information as will leadto : one to every ten .feet, (pine lumber) hand. rails.tP
the water extending from bluff to bluff distanceof the detection be
a of the thief, even though the 5 by 7,. one;above and one below; the posts on
Texas urt1! t' t t i""y geographical: about fourteen miles in wedth. De Witt was
should
money not be recovered shall receive which the rails
; rests to be the same size, 3 feet
PORT OF APALACHICOLA ... |
postin, and ,'I.. -'" .. common blood and covered: and much damage done. At Brunswick Jur13. the above reward of One Hundred Dollars. long; braces to hand rail posts to be 3 by4.ioch.es. .
-
theie was from G to 10 feet water to the blufl: At I
kindred symit.: .t'-., '-,t-veatually become a Thorn-burgh the warehouses were standing, with \ SAILED. HENRY R. TAYLOR. The whole of the timbers is to be of good heart I.

amber of i-mfedoracy.1 But, although we the water from 10 to 12 feet deep around and in July S-Brig Lawrance Copeland, Baker, for Apalachicola, July 1st, 1S44- iv6 at cypress, with the exception of the girders- above- r f-f -
them. No damage at Glasgow, Arrow Rock or Liverpool, by B Lllison A: Co. 'Take named and.the floor, which is to be of good heartpine I J' "
alHeslre to see her u lone t>trT' idded to our na- Notice two inches thick. .
Boonville, but the river was still rising.At teamer Siren, Wheaton, -nrown'li Ferry. .
be done with P. M. the Ballloou the PICKED UP on the 1st inst, about four miles j _
toni galaxy, we trust it will only 6 o'clock, passed THOMAS GODWIN, 1
Nashville the sujjerers the city, afloat drifting down, a large _
Wapello at aiding ARRIVED. WM. McNEALY .
and due .
National faith
proper respect to our a whole town being inundated, and the river rising. Ship Sobieski, Gay, fm :New Orleans. BARGE, nearly new, from b'O to 70 feet 1unl., and THOMAS M. WHITE, _

ttpri to our National honor. And when our The L. F. Linn was at the same place, and the Steamer lI'enVhcaton, fm Bainbridge. in good order. The owner or 'owners 'of said JAMES L. G.
BAKER;
AaSonalfaith: is not compromitted, \ wish to see Yucatan was passed Marion.: At Jefferson City Barge, are hereby notified to come forward pay JOHN DAVIS .
the river was still n.- .ig, but there had been no charges and take her at the "
or expirationof
tit effected the face olall! Nations ccr NOTICE.-WM. H. HUGHES, is away JAMES J. ::PITTMAN
l1Z1v.latilJfJ. .
in losses by the flood Six miles below, the Balloon my thirty days from date, the same will be sold to _
-ao: secret negocia'tronsi-j-no diploma ic mystifi- took on board the,amilies! of Maj. Dyer and Mr. duly authorized agent during my absence from pay expense: For further information Commissioners.
:
Kimhrough-.ill the crops on that bottom will[ be the Territory. SAM'L.. SCHIFFER.Apalachlcob this Oifice or "to apply at Marianna, May 27, 1844. jeStijy ,
cations,"btt let us march to the object man- JMES P. ROAN.
up The loss of of description 6th .
destroyed. property every July 1SI4. 3t.yo.
___ __ ____ ..rdCO' Apalachicola July 6 FOR SUMMER
fully -tft: '8. broad, glaring manifesto: etihlazoned from Weston: to the mouth will he immense. 1844._ 3t MATTING t ttPETsA
been !left entirely destitute c NOTICE-R. CROCKETT KERR, is justreceived.
Hundreds of families have my ,
befcretLe of the world the Barge Afloat : .
: eyes showing phinly having escaped from the flood with nothingbut legally authorised agent daring: my absence from For sale by B ELLISON & CO., _
}Jfoprietj-the good faith, and the justice of our the clothes which they had on at the time. the Territory. HEZ. SMITH. PICKED UP on or about the 1st inst., afloat ap27 33 Water street. .

tpatior. The scenes of misery and distress existing from Apalachicola, June 24, 1B44. je20 :3t ,bedstead, in the lower Bay, a large C _
Weston down, beggars all description: BARGE, such as are generally used in the Flint ON CdNSIGNMENT. bbls choice Salt _

k veil might the powers of Europe endeavor The river is s-nll rising. Last evening it was a NOTICE.-During my absence from the River trade. Any person or persons, claimingsaid in prime order, put up expressly for

tot theiun in his occidental course, as attempt foot higher than it has been before this season. Territory Mr. GEO. J. TAFT, is my duly au- barge, will please come forward within. thirty family use. For sale by ,

tar.albe westward march of American civttiza"QD The first floors of many stores on the levee are thorizcd agent. E. J; WOOD- days from this notice, prove property, pay CHESTER, FARRIOR & McGRIFF, '
Convered with water to the depth of two or three Apalachicola, June 2Qth, 1844. je22 3tNOTICE. charges and take her away, or the same will on jel 44 Water street.
Daikiicsa and superstition, bigotry anA ig- feet, and all of them are inundated. The water is .-.- Monday, July 22d, be sold to,pay expences. -
** higher than it has ever been, within the memory JAMES RUAN Esq. is DRUGS, MEPICINES, &c.-The subscriber _
liUce
cannot dwell in proximity to us> ana in now (Cr: my EDMUND AUSTIN. t
of these old citizens with whom we opened a iresh supply of Drugs ,
tk of any duly authorised Agent daring my absence from Apalachicola, Jane 18 1844. je2'2 1m ,
natural course t:>f events, they must ( tier have conversed on the subject. The whole leveeis BENJ. HURD. Medicines, &c. All orders from the country
the
themselves in the scale of intelligence i inundated, and entirely impassable. The lower Apalachicola Territory. June 20, 1S44. je-22 3tcc'r Drugs and Medicines. promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY, .
*fc* to like the part of the Second street is also under; water, and subscriber has taken the Store in Baltz- jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets .
pass away before;,us, morning of the are uninhabit THE :
many houses in that part city NOTICE.-JOS. \V. HAMMOND, Esq., .
t(before in neighborhood of the Buildings, formerly occupied by Mr. B. HE\VJNG TOBACCO-t5 doz 1th.
the rising god of day. able. Boats are employed is duly authorized agent during. my absence C. Miller's _
my T Caro, and as early as 15th of May will
the .
Gas Works in ferrying l passenger) over water. open a Chewing Tobacco, just received and for 3ale
BABCOCK.
W.
JNO.
tcpy from the July number of MryH'own- The busiriesaconneCled with the riveris necesari-: from the Territory. stock of": Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c., &c., for by, DODGE & GARDNER; ._ _
1844.FOR .
$ I"Quarterly the extract ly suspended for the present. Apalachicola, June 20, summer use, and in the fall will have a large and jetS ." 40 Water treet.. .
Review following ,
1tD From other journals, we glean the notices beneath complete assortment for country: merchants, planters .
tn article, giving a brief but striking sketch : i' SALE.-15 or 20,000feetOf clear White and physicians. WM. G. PORTER &. CO., offer for sale a large _____

1the Position of parties, party leaders and party All the low lands near the Upperlississippi are ; also, a lot of;White Oak Plank, and ap20 B. S. HAWLEY. well selected stock of DRY GOODS,* _____

tioi01 inundated, and the communication between the other lumber. Apply as' above. consisting ofCloths:- ____ _
Ann the present day. In relation to the laadings and country is cut uffthe high water. j je22 3t JNO. 1'!. BABCOCK. FRESH BUTTER.-17 kegs Goshen Butter Cassimeres.and Kerseys;

Ia.t on of Texas, the evils of Slavery! and The river above the falls is at a stand but below article,just received from New York Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets; -
tbe the falls it is rising. 3-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THOS. M. Morea. For sale Foieign and Domestic .
brig byNOURSE Prints
interference per
of foreign governments in 'O rand boat is:, for the C firm of DOYLE & ;; .
The landing of the Illinois:: ferry tOYLE, of the late & STONE Brown Drillings and Irish Linens
.
ic concerns he says, we are one people prewai, at the Southern termination of Main BUTMAN," Triangle Buildings, New Orleans, jyo 46 Water street., Bleached and unbleached ; \ _,

acknowledge no distinction between the Free fctreet. This change has! been rendered necessaryby :; has this day associated with him in business, Mr. Sheetings ; :

State and the present rise. HENRY BID WELL, and will continue the ELLISON &. CO. offer fo> sale an extenr Cotton Shirtings ; \ .
Slave States. Every citizen whether Most of the lower is inundated. Many B Osnaburgs; '
country I
tf and Commission Business sive assortment of Merchandize
Chandlery suitable fo-
SQ1th submersed, either Grocery, Ship And'every other article in their line '
alon the below are adapted
titled Carolina or Massachusetts is alike en- towns river Warrenton Grand Gulf, PetitGulf at the old stand, under the name and firm the Spring trade, consisting of to the country trade. dec4 ._ _
or wholly. ,
t in part
the defcnce and protection of the whole. Rodney, Port Gibson, Fort Adams, and of 60YLE & BIDWELL." Groceries; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoe?; y ,

Aa OUr.lnstitU\ions- not the domestic others, are under water. THOS. M. DOYLE, Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods; PAINTS; OILS, &c.-15 kegs White Lead -
excepting ,
inath The body of a man was found floating on the HENRY BIDWELL.New Crockery! and Glassware; Hardware; Black Paint ; 10
$ : of the south, are alike national and river yesterday, near the foot of Main street, St. Orleans, July 1st, 1S44._jyG 1m Wood ware, Brushes, &,c.-, &c. mar30 1 bbl Yellow Ochre. ,5 bbl Linseed Oil; .. c.4.-

; and an attack on any one of them by a Louis.A 2 do Spirits Turpentine; /& JJ
foreign j of fifteen feet in the Arkan3as river is re. ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. CONSIGNMENT.hhds CROCKERYWare 250 gaUs Sperm Oil ;
_
government rise ; _
is
tatie; .It an insult to the whole ported by the Alexander Scott and the previous ] The Co-Partnership heretofore existing under assorted, for country trade; 200 Paint Brushes assorted, for sale by .7/ ,

': information with respect to the nmndationDf many the name and style of DOYLE & BUTMAN Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A; Left DODGE & GARD % _

1haahaye DO room for the discussion of the towns on the Lower Mississippi confirmed.The Ship Chandlers and Grocers, Nos. 2 & 4 Ddorpstrtet wich, Va., some superior cross brand; ap6 40 ii'j ___
tt y :8tIOD, but hapPily that question has aIn Missouri river is said to be rushing .ac'rothe and Triangle Buildings, is this day dissolver Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery; ,0" \ ;'

than amply diaco;Ra d. by greater and better low lands some distance above the mouth, by mutual consent. All claims due by said firm Hollow and Tin Ware ; PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.,

_htre ours We, and who', voice will have authority entering the Mississippi about ten or twelve miles are requested to be presented> and those indebtedto Saddlery, Hats Boots and Shoea ic. kegs White Lead; _

lIO"tter Could! not gain a hearing. We cannot, north ot Alton. F make to THOS. M. DOYLE, who ALSO, 5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5
that the r.mer's payment .
t ta::been ra.1n from expressing our regret that They write from Belleville Illionis,destroyed in will continue the above business' on his own account Sugar, Coffee! and Canal Flour; 75 boxs: Glass-assorted
been _
allowed have completely
Part to play so labors
10 iu the UiCU8Slon. We want Texas'annexed They have ploughed and sown, but the name of the be used inlrquidaTHOS.M.DOrrf.E Old Sherry Wine, in cases fAll lOOlbsVerdegris; Pai* : _
the that vicinity. "
tJl of which will be sold.very low for .cash. Copel Varnish, iatherage, F : _
but
;
eation orn for reasons wholly foreign to the all has been washed away. tion only. (Signed. ) .. ..
A. th"'tlterl Ve want it as the key to our A full crop of wheat can scarcely be found in..St. BEN J. UTl\IAN. DAVID G. RANEY, Just received, and Ii .

lICtenrd frontier; because we cannot with a Clair or Monroe counties-which is owing, in a New Orleans, June 15, 1844. jy6 1m jan29 43 Water street. I B .

It (ItI to OUt means of national! defence, Buffer great meausure to the rust, caused by two.other the wet GLASS.-10 box superior 10 x 12 SHADES- A fr sn'asSortment of jel cor. Chestnut ,,p; .
Erit actuahl3 and or I
or virtually into Hessian fly, one WINDOW '
hands of Great weather, the the W'INDOVV patterns", j justreceived" aind for IRON. Ai -.1 ; .
&t tOfc Prance; because we want it for the be- causes. Oats, hay and clover are affected in and 12 x 14, window glass: for sale by S'VED .t: ; .
our stmg trade as a market for by the wet weather. CHESTER, FARRIOR &::McGRIFFel ,- sale by; B. ELLISON &, Qo> and for sale by Y .L' ,
our same
I tto 01trae1'ft Lnufactures, ands the means of preser- Two way log cabins floated by St. Louis on the 14th J 44 Water street. I apl6 33 Water'at. ap27 ,,:\t : .: r' .

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j Franklin Superior Court. NOTICE) .-Six WI'C1.after date, I u Judge ill apply d Cor. AmuV \a i.atl streets, JSuw York. FIRE INSURANCE: COMPANY, t(,. $;,. : '?..'l on hand I two good TWO uio h 0'i':
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Honorable] Richard II. Long, THE undersigned respectfullyinform f ., 11 L.\.hh.L\tl'. one he intends '
\ j. AT CllA lBEnS. letters ? 1 OffirrJ\o. 7 11'uU Street, : keeping in .
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Robert the County Court ot Jackson County, 'It 1 the Old Patrons of theTYPE Insure lJweHiIl -houe<, Warehouses ami Buildings hassee and tic other at his old stand at CJi\tta- '
: J.Flo'd, com"t.[ )) James W, Exuii <
of administration on the estate of : L.L.'J .&I & STI'iflIfl'YPE11v. FOUNDRY i in hoochee, rcadj) to run at all times wl"
vs. I{ '.. general Merchandise:: Household whenever :
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.J late of said Cl'II1fccc.lst'fl I..Q': JAMES
I 1/":: Curtis anaGrivo1d, ct al I, J I'.I. ; ; formerly known as Furniture, Ships! building, Ships in Port, cd upon, and or. very accommodating terms. JlL u--
q1 defendant J I ITT Mariaum_ ,-MayUh_ _is 1 _! J.__ __ralr'v.OTICE. !: '_.' Cox.NKuV and more recently as and I their I Cargoes, and ovary de- Horses and Carriages are good, and his drIver

appearSig to the Court from affidavit filed in .-Four weeks after date, I shall apply : .""Cox aR L & COOK'S," and the public scription of porson.il Property, careful I and obli ;nir, and Irom his endeavors to'

;; JL'this cause, that said Lewis Curtis and George N to the Hon. R. I 1. Long, .Tuu-jf of the County ; ill general, that they are prepared to execute AGAINST LOSS OIl'pAMAOn BY )'IR}:. please and accommodate the public heretofore, he

U'' Griswold-'trustee3 of the Apalachicola Land Court of Jackson County, for an allotment ot" orders) for PlH\T1XG't TYPE, PRESSES, kc J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.R. confidently hopes for a continuance of favor and

Company; ,and said John M. Berrien and David t my dower in the real and personal estate of and every other article necessary to form compictc W. MARTIN, Secretary. patronage. REUBEN SCOTT.

Selden, who' are defendants in said cause, reside I Frederick L. .Ming, Printing Establishments, on as favorable PIUECTOnS. ChattahoocheeFla., April 1, b 1 I.t. .

_i$ 1! beyond tKelunits of this Territory, to wit : the : deceased.SUSAN A. MING. term*, and of as good a quality as any other es- J. SMYTH ROGERS, KUB'T 2.IcCOSK ELY.. ((0-: The Stage viIi be found at the Planters'

I said Curtis J and Griswold, in the tat( of New Marianna, April 2.\ 14_ !_._my4 -1vTOTICE.l'o1r lablNhmcnt in the 1'nitea States. JAMES 1UJ.YA1I:, IFEXRY: PAU1SII, Hotel, Tallahassee.. __ aplG3mSnininoi :
York: ami :the said IJornen and Selden in the __ The Type cast at this Establishment, i is, bothin JAMES M cl.RIDE, JIEUBEX WiTlIKRS[ -
f \ ;voeks after date 1 1 shail api-U: the material of which it is JOHN 1 .AA I I IVILLI.I SCOTT iIL'l'aUgClfleaaf.
state of Geprgia. It i.s ordered, that a notice be >style of t face and I ,
t I f t the I lion. R. II. Long, Judge of the Count in Newspaper : TH\!, -ibst.intlal 1
week for of four months N to "bade, particularly adapted for service .10UJLMGEHTY, F. MiYPAM.r. Fi.uI; : t.ist.runnjns TT
:1 u; :. published once a thesplc" Court of Jackson County, for an allotment of Printin.'. ( < \ YIIPLAXCK; PETE i. XEVIU, r f[. ;, h S. Mil Boat SIREN[ SharpTesg
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Advertiser ,
I ,i in the "Commercial a newspcioer mv; dower in the real estate of Lackland M.Stonu kinds of Stereotyping fini-licd i to order. JOHN .!< UiXSTOX, HIe'HAItIH) _r_'g:: :.rr".. :} Masto, will hereafter lean Apa.
printed in .this district, before the ensuing: lorm cAll; .
I .1 S. kERxofUAX; v. M ROOSEVELT,
HANNAH D. STONE.
of said Couif requiring said d.ifendar.ts, ;ud;: (:ch decoded. A;. 15.-Such Newspapers as will Colt..c' above JOHN PALMER K.i: 1) HUH LI JUT lachiqla every MONDAY at 9
<.. the Mariann; April 2.:, IS 1 II. myJlw.Ij" three times, prt'iu us to November nuv:, ;;ill I j be o'clock, A. M., for Broivn's; Ferry, and will leaveBrown's
and other.;
of them, to. appear answer, : P. LOK'ILLAR: I D. ( EO.; P. POLLEX,
'O\ complain will be taken pro a ,./cswGEO. : TOTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply entitled to pay in type, on making .a billtimes rmris .1 AMES \IcC..LL1. CULt I ATE, Ferry c'eryfEDXI D.A Y ard Chittahoochee -

: ( against thec ,*'- ta copy--teste..) N to the Hon. \V. G. M. Davis, Judge of the the amount of the three ins. rtK-i <-:. LUWliLLTlOLliUOOK.Tho ( ) every THURSDAY af 12 o'clock, M.

S r' 1, ,. "-; *' F.Ma J 13 .\ I. I'f_-LI I I'Th.. County Court of Franklin county, for letters of JAMES; CONNER & .<: ,X. undersigned have been appointed agentsof The SIREN is i neaHy arranged, and for the

4 'z Apalad tol: '_:;Ilh. l"'f:.__ ._;m_ dismission!! from the estate of Thos. I I. Thompson.II. New. York, June 1st. 1 IS I 11. .I i K> 'tin the above Company, and are empowered to issue comenience bv and accomiicdation of pasiengerauunsurpassed '
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B. STOXE, Administrator. policies of insurance against loss or damage any
: $ Franklin Sztri :) Cuflii. Apalachicola, May ]in, 111. my IS i m ho :. NA. Gray, '>. fire, on as favorable terms as other good offices.NOL'RSE VAN VJ ECiHTEJf & SIIAHPLESS.Apalachicola ,
Tailori.-
.'" ILlN"opelled a :June 15;1844. Coni
:; 4': ., ? Al'j CIHRobert LJ)" .to -- [ & STONE, ractors.
t "t .. JVIay, comp't., )1i "' TOTICE-Six months after date I will appl\ Establishment in the room lltt. I dlico1al\1arch' 2 1,1'11. -Hi'V.tcrs1. -

j i .'"- ,;7 '., vs. !! .. ..)''. 1.N to the lion. Judge of the County Court for ,'It occupied by I D. II. Pallair-[ F.s q. -- Steamer Auusta.
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.. S 'Curtis and Griswold, ct a!., T', j' : \ Franklin] County, for fetter 'of dismis ion on the '.\1J.watchmakl'r. directly over .Mr. j I FIE J-H'NA INSURANCE COMPANY ofJ ': TIlE fine h st '"'nninj; first class

.defendants. j estate of John Norton, hiU- of said countv, di>- );? i1 F. Kopraau's store, where he is Hartford, Conn.-The undersigned agent for r r'l l Steamer .AUGUSTA s. B. hail,

FT appearing to the: Courl HMU .\':! flied ceasp(l. JAMES GREEX l .A(1 ti'r. ( \ 1 ju-epared} to execute all orders in tIt; ( said Company, is prepared to issue policies of '?l"iRf:. master, will rfen regularly during

.1 in this came, that said L.l< ( uri. u::1 l Apalachicola, April 17, 1S { I. a2U t'lin :'-) \ Lt I workmanlike manner and trusts Insurance against: Fire, and loss or dumatre onri.ers r: t}iie season between Ayalachicola

George Griixvold, trustees of! tlio Aj-aiAi-Jucala tV 1 1 l to give general satisfaction(; to on lavcrable terms. The capital,of; Hie and Columbus, when the riveril! admt, touching .

,Land Company, and said Join ,.f. H" "<.i and TOl'ICE.-Six months alter date I shall apply 'n.\:t \ ,I Jl1_.". those \\110 may favor him with above company i is large: and invested in the s-.dest: at all the intermediate landing. She.rill be

L David jJen. who are defend.tnls ,:' ad-.l cause, 1 1 to the Honomhb: Judge of the Cit. Court L __ -_ their patronage, possible manner, and its settlement of losses haab'u's EUFAl'LA on her downward trip every Wed-

4, ,reside beyond the limits of th's' Territory; tovit: of Jackson county, t for letters flf dismission i from larch :23: ,. IS 11. been prompt arid liberal. nes( .lv. and will take freight i or passengers on the
: :the saia Curtis and Griswold', Iii; t''... stale of New I the! administration of the estate of John S. !Randolph ----- -- DAN'L .. DAY, Agent. rnost reasonable terms, and insurance can be obtained

I I J York "and. thesaid erriii: ntif* ---iJe.j: in tiie late of sid county, deceased.FRANCIS r.l'aio'in ApalachicolapriI 's, J" 11. on her as low a* on any other beat.
( ; R. ELY Eveculor.Marianna Ca./ JJcIieen/ t
on
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of It i is ordered, tii! .it .1 notice be TJIRMS The AtIlIsta's accommodations for
; state GeorgiaC rrrtirrd.THE r HUE subscriber agent for I the PROTECT passengersare
arid XunnneWashion'i
1S- i I. feh5 tin just
Fcl Isl Spring
,'! publishedonce a week for the sp tcitiur i months ----- ,-- -- --, -- .- --- --. } I subscriber= respectfully .1 INSniAXCE[ : COMPANY, of [llartkrd, not excelled, her Cabin being all in Staterooms

1'I I in the' ?'Commercial Ad rerl 3.t,*' a newspaper -TOTrCE-Six[ months after dale I hall apdv[; I 1" inf-.rms the J Citizens Ap.duchi- Conn., with full power to receive proposals und and every exertionill be made to retaja:
this district, before the ensuing term .1 LN the Court for franklin i'l" : the well known reputation she has sustained for
of
printed to the JiuUe County roll a1/1It. vicinity, that; having to issue [policies on us favorable! terms as otheruood
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't ? of lai&.Court, requiring said defcr.-i.v.jts.and county. for letters of dismission from *he administration klli I,,. \t r Joy ti't-: S'li'V.ner loc-i'ed! hnflsdtat oiiices, is prepared to insure against lo&- or safety, comfort aul"despatch.! .

It of them, to appear and ans\\er, therwis? the of the estate of Martin Snyder, l.i'v r.qC-"r.ISA t he (Oiii'' ..1 H. .1. \l l,)'C:. E"'h all damage by Fire, and also to take Marine l and [n- For freight or passage: apply to

.1 1 complainants bill will be take pro canfesso:' of said county' deceased.Doc I 1 J.S\. rt ) Cht..: 't't s1r.'t. is prepared, and JaI risks. Tiie reputation of this: company for STOW & STARR,

ii ;::1 ;i again; 'thcm. (a copy-test te) 25, 1 k13. J)). I''. NOUR}K. IX i. ."fi\\ 1't\ will! hr: I''e! \- ,. -on reaolablc settling losses with promptitude and ll liberality i.s 1'1 [OS. A. TERRY,
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Ciirk.ApPachicola -
I J. k'; GEO. 3Uth F. BALTZELL., 1M 1. jel .1mIX months) after date 1 I s.4liup:; : ;. :; f f/ :%; I terms-!;i.-\e:-ute all oiders in his I well knownIAN'L J. DAY, ELLISOiCO.Asents, Eufaub.. bB.
May N0TICE.-six 1" J II. ,
; .. 11:1It: :f'J 111l'S., in the latent styles I Apalachicob.pril S
l J of the Con ut V Court tor i ru.- '7.,.;.t i ;..-.;-- marl Agents, Apalachicola.
I jinldin Superior Court. hit county, for 'l letters of Dismission ruin t tue.idministr.ition and \ ..rriticl to suit. ii2iiv/:5y Nero : _

.s ..., AT CHAMBERS.Thomas of the estate of I Robert 1 Robins() i .i,. NJ).-IJovs Gu.nnelltparlicula1'1y attended to. vi>r; COMMITTED TO JAIL, this day a Steamer Charleston.T1IE .

l .L. Mitchcl, late of said county, deceased. ..J.C.. COLEMAN. :-:: negro slave l answering the! following description ac'-'' new, splendid and fast

J jt. ,1' I -' -.' vs.DodgeiVlcDougald. comit'l .. H. B. STONE, Alhr Apalachicola, .Junelst,1"l! II. jel. tff 3; :::t. : complexion litiht black, al'otit l ,.. :. : running steamer CHARLESTON,

( '. Apalachicola, Dcc. 4. 1SH. (Girt A. Sx; Jiv, --sixteen years of ac ; 0 feet :1 5 inchc:? inlieiit Freeman, Master, will, in conneri' -

J : '.- arid Bass, trustees of theErinklin I indebted to the estate (AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOP. FOGLE,) and answers readily when questioned; nection with the LOWELL make
Land and Apala- l persons semi-weekly trips between Eutaula and'
1 -NOTICE.-\ll BEADLE, deceased, are requested COLUMBUS, CKORGIA. has a scar on the forehead( owr/tle leI t eve ;md regular
., cbicola Lot Company; l the breast had when taken Apalachicola, and all intermediate i landings, and
CHANCERY. make immediate to the subscriber TAKES this method of inform"v another on ; on
to 1
payment .
f 'r.Leftis. Curtis and George r ; and all persons having demands aill4 '- the* l ubl1c, that !lie has just up, white wool hat badly worn, kersey pants os- when the condition of the river will.warrant will

t 'L Gr1Sv.old, trustees of the,I s.iid; estate will present them duly authenticated \ returned from New York, with a naburg shirt, and says that when he left borne, run to Columbus.
I I.' Apalachicola Land Co. ; nankeen his" i is The Charleston is neatly arranged: for the con-
." within the time prescribed by law, or this notice BOW and splendid assortment of he wore pantaloons, says nair"*
'. .j'l Myers, assignee in "Robert" and to otGadsderi fort and convenience of passengers and withal,
belongs Angus Fenh\sou
I will be in bar of their J EV': E L R Y ,
- ; : bankruptcy of George 'V.I plead recoverv. Fla. TIle of said i is a large, well built craft, cap bl .'of carrying ,
Watches county owner n
"I \ JAMES GIBSON, Administrator.Apalachicola Consisting in part of Gold: and Silver 1 a srio
I )I ; : .Ross, defendants. I April 17, 1 lapW1Il( new pattern of beautiful! ireastpins-'ainouz tWIn! will please take: notice, prove property, pay much freight, with perfect safety;as an} boat on
1L1L ; filed in
tthis aring to the Judge by affidavit some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and charges and take him away, or he will lu sold the Chattahoochce, and can alibi d to do it acheaply.

'I" % cause that said Daniel McDouzald, James "VTOTICE.-All persons having! claims! against Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold according to law. C. J. SHEPARD, For freighter' passage;applv to either

"i t alhQUn and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis IN the estate of Mrs. MARY A. SCOTT, deceased and Silver Spectacles, Gold (.tu.i'd; and Fob Sherilf ranklin eouIra1achi'ob' '\. .TOIIl'i U. MOORE I
1 I .,. and George Griswold ; and Myers, reside will them within the time ( WM. A. SCANDRKTT & Co.
r' please present Chains, Silver: Spoon;, Plated Castors, Ma.itle \ June 'th, b. L Gmup
f; yond tlie limits of the Territory, to wit: the l law this notice will ho pleadin -- .-- ,- 't .- Eufaula.
1 It j. prescribed by or Clocks, fine Knives, ive. &.e., which he will sell .Agents
'. id pougald< Calhoun and Myers, in the state bar of their recovery ; and all those indebted low for ca!h.KUM. Tax fl1ticc I MOORC & Mc1.T4c'ZIE,

_ i 4 Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the will please call and settle the same. JIWILKP: GOT.P WATCHES AS cur.Ai1 AS TN conformity:: with an Ordinance, passed hy MrKAY & HAIITSHORNE, I

t sate of New York; and the said Bass in the state. E .WOOD), Administrator.Aplaciiicola sivr DOLLARS.. .. I the! M.IYI'1' and Council (.i the City Ifp:1.- IPlU! _, Agf.n!g Apalachicola. _

C : 5f Alabama. It is ordered, tlut a notice be published ; ., April 1"), 1"4.1. ap32m h All kind of Watches! and Clocks. repaired, and lachicou, Afarcit i2d? l b.l. t'Hltl.dn On'in-. _"-.ft'CE.All: pcrsQns:1: :: ;;
pncfi a week for the space of four 2onth1s4ri. warranted to- I''rformyetl.. uti<: ti> ttiijtt* a Kovciiue lor tbo u=>e *>f h>.l d City." \ 'r.- ; .
t .- b'efore'the ensuing. term of this Court, in the OTICE.-Ah1 [persons having claims acriin I, Peter Uo'iMrt, City Tax Collector have tni I >. f #11.-: h> CtLtiO\edgtfl5t. crediting .
: 1 Thomas \Villiams, late of Jackson county, N. 15. Persons residing Apalachicola, or "t' ;T:; .:i: !'; 0hcers! cr Crews of either o 10(1I
i Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in ; their Watclu-s other day levied upon, ixoi -. ;Ii.n t'I:: I ?tij d1.of )(- .- J
river wishing
j'lum tlc or .i l.'t "
:: I 'amt CIlAllLE.STQf f
tl" requiring said defendants: to appear deceased, are required to present the same duly ee Hh"I' :( ,'X.., .it l'J" : ,.", .\. :.. ,11 fro;if; c.' f>uApaluc'ii" oats '
I i Je\'dry! repaired). ban:!:::: ;at: opportunity tos :ml
time i law "COl/JMIUS'oi; account ol .id boots ..
bill shall authenticated: within i I i the prescribed by .. ,. ; s ,
the ia ix'a' cev.i sr-ll nulilicoutcry
7. : otherwise complainants : : : ; > at "
____ j V" i ;;,thtDistrict I or this notice will be plid; in bar of their recovery. them by trustworthy hands, during the boating I (.sVontr.Ctc.l! on account of either of the saIL
C confesso: against them. hathem Mr. ; to the: hihoid;: L-r, s ) nru-h (It' tlu 'bllowiug -
.} All persons indebted to said estate are sea-on, cail; repaired by LeGjy ; Boutwitl b rc-irafJK-d as bnuliri r on either the
4 teste) descnbod: a> win biin d, ubleth.e
.I to make immediate settlcment.TB'S. aid: returned with nearly the same despatch; as ; ro.rty: < Boats nr u i'iuned.. WM. S. NELL.C'oiimbb ; .
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerl requested ainoUiU annexed; together with; uti costs -.tnd
r t TIIITE.dministr3.tor.. though his establishment! were in Apalachicola.Columbus ? '. ; : Jun 19th IS .
) M. \ : a II. je29 3Eaies t
4tii
': } 4.g : _}palach_ icola_ ,_May_ 31st_ _, 151_ _J. _jet_ Marianna, Jan. 1'Jth, IS 1 11. jarc::2 imNOTICE. ,_Ga., Oct. 15, 1'. i 1t.:} .U() tf charges-- -of -sale."TTAltRlSUN":- -.-- -- -. ---- _.
,, Florida. --- -- IHot.'k I Lor. To whom aNt'.L ; J.t: ;;: of "
.i .. 4. : talacliicola District --. -----. -. --. -----.. S .t ct'anl __ to 7 YZar1aze.
l k "; J Li Superior Court-Franklin County. -."-The- -undersigned- have- this- -dIY- on the Migl.t of the lcth I itstant; ; (i I ,1 A.p1'. Bennett,.. . .;':..: 1)1lTJ THF. foil wing are the Rates (Wharfjsfeon
Aphonsc Loubat, } WHEREAS : i5. Cotton Merchandise i ice. landedorsnip
:
\ IX CHANCERY. a partnership under tile name and house of George :S. Hawkins, .
I ii! '.\ *a' vs. > style of "GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the transaction -* Esq., was destroyed by fire, and is supposed to be C:. 1): ()I '.i-p. 1..'. 1)irtiet,.. . . -S.-, pelt from the Whrxr/at this Port :
L ipavid D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage. ot'some .J_t, :2&.t1l On Cotton, per brie, landed l. . .6{ cent.
the Now
and Com
of general Wholesale Grocery acf incendiary. therefore, !hy .
.' ; :.n't appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the a GOLDSTEIN virtue of the in vested :; L.Bitd5aI. . . .' )1) On '* shipped . .Ci( 'I
D. ofthe
mission Business. powers me a.Caym'
I. -lL i aid DaviofD. Churchill, the above defendant, JOHN R. BEERS. City Apahclncola.. 1 hereby odor a n'wanlof 11:1: ,1. .. C. Birdsal,. . ';' if On Goods per !larrcl, landed, (estimating -
Besides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court', and Ft n& 1:1 Calhoun&.Ba'3..11'IOO.l five cubic feet or 200 Ibs.
: TWO HUXDRED .\ .
_ a __- f 4 -tfut of the Territory of Florida, but within the -Columbus---,-April.--.1, 1S 11. apij- -2m- for the apprehension[ and KDiFTY conviction of DOLLARS the \ I 1 Jobu E"als,. . . UJ)2 nett, eo.ual to a barrel,). .'I. ..) ".-

United States: It is ordered, that publication be -The partnership heretofore existing peusonor 1 Sl'i On Goods, ptr barrel, sbip rd. .*i "
: NOTICE persons committing: the act ; and it i is further : c. EIIrILrlclson.1 . . ": 00LL [ .
in the ,
ade in published city of. between the subscribers under I 1 "
-rI some newspaper place enjoined' and required} of all Oflicers and .h.- 1.( Sa1tpersackknded. . .
1.- good .
palachicola, once a week for four months, re- i the firm of PRESTON MACLAY," is this citizens, to use diligence in: detecting the offenders. I lnp'I 11":_) 11 John mOl"t ,. . . .. ..J.jJ '.) '; C shipped .:) "

4uiring him to appear and answer the said hill of day dissolved by mutual consent. Given under h.ind, in the of : G 1". H. GrilL a.. . . I (Uf "Vocdert'ord. . ....) "
my City Apalachicola -
omplaint on or before the expiration of that. THOMAS PRESTON, this -2Uth day of June, A. I). IS I 1 1. ,. I n Estate of John Gillispie. '' :1: Lumber, per M: I feet ... .50 u

*tt{*irne, or the said bill will be taken as confessed .. C. MACLAY. jc-72: It 1)-\\'in G. RANEY ': C;2 11 & 7 Jacoh harvey..7 j1)' Bricks, per M.. .'. .I..50: ,

I__.._ rJ. 1 t, ,tgainst him, and such further order given in the Apalachicola.. May Sth, IS 11. mil 1m Mayor. I I Trnp'd .A'i)_ 7 .Ji-hn Kerns.. . . ., .-)1Imp'd ') Siinges! | 1")1.'f. . . .1;-S* :"

; rl Ypremises as to the Court may seem justice. --- -- ----- An Ol'ninan c HI;; ::3 i John Kennedy, . . ; 50 Sackof: med, corn, oits, or

_ (Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. mLTZELL, NOTlCE.- CO-pa rtnerslup heretofore ex- Providing for the arrest of offenders! &c. 2 IJ. C. I4ove,.. . . ;: (OU other merchandise, containing *.

) : : J. & L. BRANCH, Cleik. place between the subscribers, Section 1. Be it ordained by t the Mavor I and Ii :j IWilli3m Low.. . :))01)1 not sore than throe bushel .-2., fAll
j}' (, Solicitors for Compl'ts.Apalachicola under the t firm of MOORE & McKFNZIE, is this Council of the City of AjMl.icliicola: That in all ]'J It Charles \lcKilmev,. ... .i 00Imp'll luuber, sat;-' cr merchandise, Mi5ped oil' I

# ?: 4 Feb. 2S, 1S4-I. mU-lin day dissolved by mutual consent. C.tS', o.: ..upon complaint of siii hems made of the 'iohttiouf E' 10( J. \brtin.. . :. . ... tlmll 2: board verfelr* tr st. Jm-l\ .ts from ether esseTalsteamboits I
;! ordinance
_ ; JOHN \MOORC, 'i) city to the Mayor, he
.rJ k ; 'lull and A2 I; :f : ; or raft lying ;t the wharf, wiflbe
: Court. shall have
1 I 7 Franklin Superior WiLLIAM A. McKENZIE. power authority to j ist-ue his l\litchcl1l\Iarzell.I.
E'! 3 .. )111) c1iarztd
r" 1k warrant directed to the Marshal of said one wharfagu only '
commanding
Spring Term, ] ,11.Y Apalachicola May 1 h, ]ISM.Coizniiissioii 1 I. city, -
him the 1 1 11 1\lhchell .. . t if Wharfage merchandise land1'cd
i A. G. Semmes,} to arrest person or persons com- Joseph : ) en cotton, or other
Attatchment. Business. l l.uned again, and detain him, her or them until 1': U ;,K.McKenzie.. . .. f00Ill ) to 5e paid by the consignee and when shipped -
vs. > Damages $300- .
I1 t otherwise onlered by the Mayor.Sec. I & 17 H. laitland & sons.. 00 h; the party taking the bill.of Lading.Al i .
Elias' Simpson, ) interested 1 New York, March 12th, IS It. 2 Re it further onl.l lld, That in all cases III 10 & I' Peter and .ToIitclel.! i Ou ) gouts and merchandise not enumerated
and all
i 4 ;L; I THE defendant of the institution persons of the above suit are, : gC/-: WITH a knowledge of business derived when Court judgment against any m.iy I pes be on rendered for a violation in the of\ayor's arl\ of 15 I S .\. .r. rcoi'ris,. . .}. 01'.' (of) abov* will be charge at corresponding rates.'tssels .'

f and are required to appear and plead as requiredby i from an experience of more than twenty years in the ordinances of said city! the Jmke of said :::0 7 Ogden & Ferguson, . .1.I, 2iImp'd lighters and steamboats, lying at theWbirf -'

law. A. G. SEMMES. i Commercial and other.Business pursuits, and good Court may remit .*IW portion of said judgment as } C. 00 I lan'I.. 1 Ityan, . .:. ,) 23 and not receiving dischareing carz *

i Apalachicola, Jan. IS, IS 14. apl203m 1 facilities, the undersigned tender their services, ill his opinion may be proper, when its appearing! I Inpl' 1' l l 01)) .J ulln Itagan,. . .- "0'. 23 wil required to pay for the use of the berth tic

_,J, as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the purchase that such o IIi..nee was comnniicd under mittigatmi; Irnp\L\:1 2 Frank '1hite . . OO snm of two dollars and fifty cents per day,.and to,,.

tt'4. / Franklin Superior Court. and sale of all kinds of Produce, and Foreign cireunst nces.Passed 7 ,l Tho L. \\rjt1.ate. . .. :! 73F:2 give way to vessels or boats landing.cr discharging-

.; r I: j: Spring Term, isil.'t and Domestic Goods. by Council :SOth May, IS 1 II. : 15 Hcnry \\ lliamso . .. tJ JIJ The following Article of the Regulations of the

_ Hyllyer Bush & Co. i Their business will ha conducted upon established -_UAV1U liT H .\X1\T. Mayor.Ait PETER HODEHT, Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce, will W
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$, ,, vs. > Foreclosure of Mortgag principles, and with a view to prompt returns Ordi3iiaico Citl 'Pax CulleclJr. strictly adhered to--*

4,' ( .I :Wm. H. Shepherd. ) for all sales effected, and answers to all To raise a Fund for the City Hospital. Apalachicola, June 7tl... b I 11. jet: ( tn Consignees of cotton shall be allowelthree..

PL THE defendant and all persons interested are orders with which they may be favored. Scction.1.. 1Jpit, Orf'll1u'tl b.'llhe )Uf1.'lor and days for their cotton to r"inain the wharf aB

4 ( iI;) ; notified of the institution of the above Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of! CouNcil of the City -1palachirula, That from APPLK CIDER-AsuptriwL purchasers two dnytf: 'witn'otirwharfairc. Incurri',

t 4.auit, and that I will apply to the Judge of the Cotton or other Produce will be duly honored 0:1 all.l alteji the fil'3t day of September net. the J. article of (;et). S. Badger's manufacture, Hatter 'i'iticition by the vhar ger,

'I Superior Court of Frankin County, at the Sprin receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special following taxes shall be levied upon all passengers in barrels for sale by : they allow it to remain a longer time, thcYjsbf

-I .term of said Court, IS44, for a foreclosure of saidmortgage. agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of arriving in said City by sea, viz : Upon each and NOUIISE & STONE, incur an extra wharfage! of f fit cents per ,

:r ., A. G. SEMMES, PW's Att'y. responsibility of drawers. every passenger by sea, coastwise, the nll of fifty jcl _ _ -in Water_streft every twenty-four hours that it remains thereat'ter. ,
.::1 .Apalach'icola.Nov. 24, IS41. apl'J! '.in FOWLE DE COIN & CO., and lurcher shall not be .llO'td..taremain
; cents, and upon each and every pas-w!L\ r arm-ins; LEAD-r(JU lbs Bar Lead. I Wood

k \ Franklin sUlci-ior-Cotu'a. inar.33 fim 7S Pearl_._street. by sea from any. foreign country, the -vim of *--/o BAR t For sale bv more than twenty-four_ hours withoUt-ln-r --M nrtliia,
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Wm. Lawrence", dollars. CHESTER, VARRIOR & MCGRIFF, : curring an extra wharfage for twenty4oulthereafter. u y

tft vs. i! L. 'V. Spratt ELLOR, AT LAW. Sec. 2. Be further ordained, That i!;" -vn- jet.! 41 Water street.UND1UES. I ." ,, */
4 } Kil1 of '.):urcc': ATTORNEY & COC' : All bills will be }Jor-COIN
: : Elizabeth Lawrence, formerly f for the future reside in this city. 'All er or master of each and every vessel arriving! at presented STO.Mv
r:: t Elizabeth Burns: j jrpHE WILL have committed legal business to his this port, after the first of September next, <;. : .--10 bbls l Cider} Vinegar; tion. NOURSE & tf

r defendant in this cae will taVc notice, care while a resident of Quincy, will please ad- 1 render without delay, under oath, to the 'i ',1_ I II I kJ 2 bbls Copperas ; 8 mats Cassia; Apalachicola; Dec. 4,1543.PAINTS .. -

I r t" -. X that on the first day of October mxt, I will dress him at this place. lIe will continue a regular I surer of said city, a true and full amountau: : I Ipascn'ers I G chests Teas, green, black &c. .

1S1 t proceed to take the (! ;)o'Hhn50fT1mqtl7 Smith attendance upon the courts of Jackson and arriving in his vessel, and said Ovvi-:! ; ;I' kegs; Saleratus ; :'J: do Nutmegs and Cloves OILS, GLASS, &c.

:{ b' \ J in the above case at the Clerk's Oificp in the City Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at or master ci'such vessel, shall pay to the Treasurer ; '0 boxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices; kegs White Lead 5 do Lamp: ; -

'. I of Apalachicola, at whict. tune and place the Tallahassee. ol said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and 5 baskets Sala-' Oil ; 5 kegs Bar Lead ; 5 bbls Linseed Oil; sizes; .
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Ofiicfi over W. A. Wood's,No. 23 Water street. ,' 2 the said defendant may attend. Jan. 8 18.H. every passenger, for which,tax the vessel shall ; case ; .'. Paint Brushes; .
I 4 'I' R. J.\10SESt Att'y for Pi'd: Apalachicola, also be 4ield liable ; and any owner or master of f cases Pickles ; 1 do Preserves ; 100 lbs Verdegris; Red Lead, &c., &C

1 Apalachicola June 25Ii4. je2i j ) 3m Win. Sydney .Gl'CCllt M. D. such vessel, refusing or neglecting to comply with 5 do Tomato Catsup for sale by Copel Varnish Just received, Litherage and, for sale> by

Jackson Superior (Ceurt GREEN takes this opportunity of cxpre the provisions of this otdinancc shall be liable to DODGE & GARDNER, B. S- IIA'vIbx: ;

1 To the Spring Ttrm, Ib4i. ) DM. his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure said city in the penalty of fifty dollar aplij( .10 Water street..- Chestnut & Commerce steCt3'

\ them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren- Sec. J. lit it further ol Jll'tI. That the fund Roberts jel cor. receiveK
Boon Allen & Co.
S James ,) 5
DIVORCE. der himself more useful in his profession. arising fioin the tax aforesaid, shall be reservedand ) IRON.A or'tedsizes, just
\ J LIBEL FOR on hand and for sale CO.,
t vs. Office Centre hear Water street. dec-25 : SWEDES ELLISON &
r on used only for the benefit of the City Hospital, HAVE sale by B
.f jPiety Boon. ) and bar Iron;? Blacksmith's Tools; 'Vater !tr
col'T'HE defendant in said caie, will take notice CHAIRS 1, CHAIRSReceived! per ship under such regulations as the :Mayor and Council'may German, English! Blister and Cast steel ; ap37 J3

JL that we shall proceed to take the testimony na-* prescribe. I Cauldron Kettle from 20 to 120 galls; & OAKUM. .
_--_ i do \Pr.Nathan J. Pittman, William Giy, Willhm 10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs, Passed by Council, 20th June, lS.l.1 1. Hollow are, wholesale and retail; CORDAGE of Manilla Cordage, assorted;

have Sctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the 3 u cc curled DAVID G. R.ANEY, Mayor. Wrrfusht raid Cut Spikes; Nails; 25 bales Oakum, for sale.x/A TWFK.(
., o'clock .\. M., at I 2 U Boston Rocking Chairs, Brass Andirons ; Fire Irons : & GAKU
at 10 ,
eJD Nt day of May next, AXES.-A I fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes, Platfonn! Scales and Ballances DODGE streetaplo ..
1 ; Beams ; 40 Water,
L yore of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount1, Mahogany .L1._ just received and for sale l by Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesale & retail.Nlso .
_: : The Mtfjaj-oijua, by interrogatories now filed with Also-Sofas, Sideboards i Bcaureaus, Tables, fl.3 B ELLISON & CO.. 33 Water st. a general asaortment'of Hardware. fOT'!'( vvT"iBCssii
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23 being utc of said Court Bedsteads,AYashstands, CurlC'AHairIattra'se t They tire also prepared to attend to any orders RD'( !
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4 92z1i' \ YONGE & TAYLOR Feathers, &c., all of which'will be sold low for T.LJTANI) NAVY JJi'? \ r .-3n bul Pilot. for Iron or Brass Castings, Blackeiuithing, Tin, 1\I. IIJl.GH ,

th an' Solicnors for Complainant.APflI2d1S441 Cash, by PETER" HOJ3ART. I 50 do Navy, for sale y Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and Cnppe: per S2watr: sf

ap9 1m march4 feb5 W WOOD, 23 Water st. Roofing on reasonable terms jan ly jys # I. .

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