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Saamuel Schiffer. '
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
No. 49 Water street.
janl Apalachicola, Fla.
W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
Affalachicola. nov1 ly


M1oore & MIcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No..32 Water street, ,
S Apalachicola.'
HN M. MOORE.
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\ Farrior & Co.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
\. MERCHANTS,
1 No. 44 Water-street,
I Aly JNIApalachicola, Fla.
'DE S. B. lHamilton,
DEALE IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
d 1 'No.47 'Water street, '
decl ly .pplachicola, Fla.
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HINDOO FABLE.., C_ "
There is a fable among the Hindoos, that a
thief having been detected and condemned todie;
thought upon an expedient by which he might bb
rescued from death. He sent for the jailor, and
told him he had an important secret to disclose
to the King, and when he had done so he would
be ready I, die. The King sent for him to knoW
what this secret was. He told him that he knew
the art ofi producing trees that should bear gold.
The King,. c-Icompanied by his prime minister'
courtier, and priests, came with the thief to a .
certain spot, where they began their incantations
The tiii- ft!?!n pmnduced a piece of gold, dieila
ing, that if sowv;, it would produce a tree, every
branch of which .h, uld bear gold, '.but,' added
he, this must be put in the ground .by a persog
p,-r ;ctly honest. I am not so, and ,therefore pass
it to your Moalety.' The King replied, i When.l.,
was a boy I remember taking something from my
fatlier, which,although a trifle prevents mpy.being,
theproper person. I pass itf.therefore, to myy;
prime minister.' The latter said; I receive the,
taxes from the people, and as I am exposed to., .
many temiptalions, how can I be perfectly honest?
I tlh-retbre give it to the priest.' The priest
pleaded the same as to his conduct in. re vin
sacrifices. At length the thief exclairi, I .
know not why we should not all four be haqglde
since not one of us is honest.' The King was so
pleased with his ingenuity that he pardoned him.

SHonor is to justice as the flower to the'plant .
efflorf-scence, its bloom, its consummation! But' .
honor that does not spring from justice is but a.
piece of painted rag, aneartificial lg.,,Whichrtl.w
-men Miliners of society would -palfigup61n.ati ae
more natural than true. '
.In Enormous Cat Fiqh.,--A cati fish 6h a -'
caught a few days since in' the mouth of the
Licking opposite Cincinnati, Ohio, which a paper '.
of that city says, measured nine feet* five inches '. -e
in length, nine inches between the6'dyes; .t '
weighed four hundred and forty-seven lbs.: ,. r ,
Maidn JModesty.,-.The Lowell Herald's .
there is a maiden lady in that city whq is, ,6-.
tremely iice in her notions of fema I ,- '.
that she turned off her washer wUA1' ,..,
she put her clothes in the same tub with. thb ,4. .
of a young man! ',,.,'


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[NUMBER 31. :
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THE MEMOIRS OF COUNTROSTOPTCHI, -
A lady one day said to the celebrated Counit
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The next day the Cunt handed her a little roll-.-
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A tremendous burst of thunder and lightningstar-
tied him for a moment; but he was proceeding to
cross when his ears tingled, his head turned giddy,
and while the earth heaved beneath hiis own feet,
he saw'the whole opposite side of the gulf lifted
up with a horrible deafening noise, then the cot-
tage itself,, with all round it cast, as he thought,
to the ground, and buried forever. The sturdy
youth, for the first time in his life, fainted away,
and when his senses returned, found himself pitch-
ed into his own premises, but not injured, the
blow having been broken by the vines. .
But, on looking in horror towards the site of the
cottage up the hill, what did he see there'? And
what did he see, forming a new mould, furlongs
down the side of the hill, almost at the bottom of
the glen, and in his own very homestead?
Antonio's cottage. Antonio's cottage, with the-
almond trees, and the bee-hive, and the very cat
and dog, and the old man himself, and the datigh-
ter, (both sene-.eless) all come, asif in the fathers
words, to beg him to accept them Such awful,
pleasantries, to speak, sometimes take place in
the midst of nature's deepest tragedies, and such
exquisite good may spring out of evil.f
For it was so in the end if not in the intention.
The old man was (together with his daughter he
had only been stunned by terror) superstitiously
frightened by the dreadful circumstances, if not af-
fectionately moved by the attentions of the son of
his old friend, and the delight arid religious trans-
,port of his child. Besides, he thought the cot-
'tage and the almond trees, and the bee-hives, had
all come miraculously safe down the hill (aphe-
nomenon wlich has frequently occurred in these'
extraordinary land slips,) the flower gardens, on
which bees feed, were almost all destroyed; his
property lessened his pride lowered; and when
the convulsion was well over, he consented to be-
come the inmate for life of the cottage of the en-
chanted couple.
He could never attain however, to the innate
delicacy of his child, and he would sometimes,
with a patient sigh, intimate at the table what a
pity it was that she had not married the rich and
high feeding citizen. At such times as these,
Maria would gather one of her husband's feet be-
tween her own under the table, and with a squeeze
of it, that repaid him ten fold for the mortifica-
tion, would steal a look at him, which said, Ppos-
sess all which it is possible for me to desire."
Wives and Sisters.-A deal of mischief and
misery is not unfrequently occasioned in families,
by the interference of relatives between man and
wife, and in many instances the unhappiness of a
married couple's existence is owing to the weak-
ness of the wife, and the malignity or mistaken
kindness of her friends.
A woman should look upon her.husbard as her
only friend, and in all cases wherein he differs
with any branch of her family, she should assume
it as a fact that he is in the right, and govern her-
self accordingly. Whenever any one whispers a
tale to her derogatory to her husband, she should
look .upon the tale bearer as the enemy of their
happiness in the first place, and in the seceond-
,-f-Miac-..a a, t> '-ia-,i, n-nd impertinent person, as
all tale bearers are.--Tn short, as AisayJardoe
says in the subjoined, extract, when a woman
marries she should give'up her heart, feelings,
and fancies to her husband, and never allow a
sister's influence to be superior to his. For the
joy, tranquility and comfort of her existence is
dependent upon her husband;-and, if they can-
not live in amity together, they will look in vain
for comfort and respectability in any of the other
relations of life. I
There is a degree of intimacy and communion
of thought .and feeling existing between sisters
that cannot remain unbroken after marriage.-
Pure and beautiful as is the tie of sisterhood, it is
not right that it should continue in all its strict-
ness and exclusiveness when marriage has divided
them ; for the husband has still stronger claims
upon his wife, and it is impossible this can exist
uninjured if the tie of sisterhood is retained in
all its former power.

TVie monkeys Trick:-Lord Tynham's French
cook so trained a monkey as to make him useful
in plucking his poultry and winged game for the
spit. The monkey was one day following his oc-
cupation at the open window of the.back kitchen
and had just plucked one of a brace of partridges,
when a hawk pounced upon it and carried it off.
Poor Puas was in a sad fright, well knowing the
licking that awaited him. JVil desper andum,
however, was his motto. He plucked his cour-
age u,, and the remaining partridge, and laid the
bird in the window. The hank, pleaded with
the feast, returned for another tit-bit, when Mun
seized him, and in spite of his scratching and
screeching, plucked him alive, and laid him and
the partridge down before the cook, and with a
gesture stronger than language, seemed to say:-
,Jt's all'right; there's our brace of birds-a fair
exchange is no robbery."

Advice to Young Ladies.-Addison says--' I
have found that. men who are really most fond of
the society of ladies, whoteherish for them a.high
respect, are seldom the most popular with the
sex. Men of great assurance, whose tongues are
lightly hung, who make words supply the place
of ideas, and place compliment in the room of
sentiment, are the favorites. A true respect for


women leads to respectful action towards them,
and respectful is usually distant action; and this
great distance is mistaken by them for neglect or
want of interest.

Evening.-Evening, is a, precious time for
friends who live together. Married people know
it well, and brothers and sisters know it too.
Contrary to the flowers of nature, which.close,
their chalices'at the close of the day, the loveli.
est flower of friendship-confidence-o-1,:ves inost
to expand itself at evening, and breathes forth
its fragrance most gladly under the protection of
twilight and silence. Then talk we over -the
questions of the day; then conclude we peace
with our hearts, if we have opened them before
to our friends; then seek we reconciliation from
heaven, and offer it to the world, ere yet the
night comes; and thea sleep we so sound and
sweetly. ,-
.A Bast -A young fellow boasting of his gal-
lantry, observed, "I can marry any girl I please."
That may be," rejoined ,his companion, "for
you cannot please any." : '
He said no T'more of his success among the fair,
hat evening.


THE.FLIGHT OF TIME. :
BY J. G. PERCIVAL.
Faintly flow, thou falling river,
Like a dream that dies away;
Do ivn the ocean gliding ever,
Keep thy calm, unrufled way!
Time with such a silent motion
Floats along on wings of air, "
To eternity's dark ocean,
Burying all its treasures there.
Roses bloom, and then they wither *-'
Cheeks are bright, then fade and die;
Shapes of light are wafted hither,
Then, like Visions, hurry by; "
Quick as clouds at evening'driven
O'er the many colored west,
Years are bearing us to heaven,
Home of happiness and rest,
,
SONG.
Give me the flowers that breathe
Rich odors on the air ;
Oh, who would twine .a scentless wreath
Scorning the balmy fair!
And give me hearts that glow i
Beneath their maiden mould--
.Alh, what avails the fairest brow,
When all within is cold !
Give me the hand to wake
The spirit of the lyre,
Not coldly measured chords that make
The form without the fire ;
And, give me, more than all
The answering pulse to prize
The soul that soars from earthly thrall
To communion with the skies !

STORY -OF AN EARTHQUAKE.


MY MEMOIRS OF MYSELF AS I AM.
Written in Ten Minutes "'
Chapter I. My Birth. On the 12th dky of
March, 1775,1: Iemerged from darknesdinto'th6
light of day. I was measured, I was weighed.l
was baptised. I was born without knowing
wherefore, and my parents thanked he.ven" viti-
out knowing for what. .;' ''
Chapter II. My Educatioi. I was-taught all
sorts of things, and learned allkinds of languages. i
By dint of impudence and quackery, I sometimes
passed for a servant. My head has beconie a
library of odd volumes, of which I keep. the
key.
Chapter III. My Sufferings. I was tormenfited
by masters; by tailors who made tight dressesfbr
me; by wortien, by ambition, by self-love, by
useless regrets, by kings, and by remembrances;
Chapter IV. Privations. I have been depriv-
ed of three great enjoyments of the human spe
cies--theft, gluttony and pride.
Chapter. V. MemoriableEpochs. Atthe5age
of thirty Igave Up dancing; at forty, my,endea,
vors to please the fair sex; at fifty, my regard;o.
public opinion ; at sixty, the trouble of thinking
and I am now become a true sage, 6)or otist'
which is the-same thing.
Chapter VI. Moral Traits. I. was stubborft
as a mule, capricious as a coquette,, froliqsomtnp,
as a child, lazy as a dormouse, active as Bona.
parte, and all' at my pleasure.
Chapter VII. Important Resolution. Newt
having been able to conquer my countenanceI J
let loose the bridle of my tongue, and contracted.
the bad habit of thinking aloud. This procured
me some pleasure and many enemies.
Chapter VIII. What I was and what I might
have been. I have been very sensible of friend*
ship and confidence; and if I had been borne in
the golden age, I might have been an excellent
man.
Chapter IX. Respectable Principles." I havee
never meddled in any marriages or scandal. I
have never recommended a cook or a physician t
and consequently have never attempted the life
of any one. I.
Chapter X. My Taste. I took pleasure in
small parties, and was fonj of a walk in the
woods. I had an involuntary veneration for the
sun, and his setting often made me sad. Of col-
ors I preferred blue; in eating, beef and horse
radish; for drinking, cold water; at the theatre,
comedy and farce; of men and womepi .iOen,
open and expressive countenance. Hunchbackq
of both sexes always had a pectiliar charm for
me, which I could never define. '
Chapter XI. My Dislikes. I had a disliketr
sots and fobs,,and to intriguing woman who made
a game of virtue ; a disgust for affection ; -pity
for made up men-painted women; an aversion
to rats, liquors, metaphysics and rhubarb; -anl.a'
terror of justice and wild beasts. .
Chapter XII. Analysis of my life. I await
death without fear and without impatience. My'
life has been a melo drama on a grand stage)
where I have played the hero, the tyrant, th9:
lover, the nobleman, but never the valet.
Chapter XIII. Bounties of Heaven. Mygreat
happiness consists in being 'independent of tlie
three individuals who govern Europe. As-I.am
sufficiently rich, meddle not with politics, and
care very little for music, of course I have noth.
ing to do with Rothschild, Metternich, or Rossini
Chapter XIV. My Epitaph. "IHere lies-iia
hope of repose, an old deceased devil, with a
worn out spirit, an exhausted heart, .and a used
up body.' Ladies and gentlemen, pass on!"


BY LEIGA] HUNT.
We must close this article with a love story, in
connection with the dreadful earthquake of 1783,
which destroyed Messina, swept into the sea, in
one moment, nearly three thousand persons on the
opposite coast Scyilla, together with their prince.*
The reader may believers much of the love as he
pleases, but the extraordinary circumstance on
^which it turns is only one of a multitude of phe-
nomena; all equally true and marvellous.
Guiseppe, a young vine grower, in a village at
the foot of the mountains looking towards Mes-
sina, was in love with Maria the daughter of the
richest beemaster of the place, and his affection,
to the great displeasure of the father, was return-
ed, The old man, though he had encouraged him
at first, wished her to marry a young profligate in
the city because the latter was richer, and of a
higher stock; but the girl had a great deal of sense
as well as feeling, and the father was puzzled how
to separate them, the families having' long been
acquainted. He did every thing in his power(to
re ider the visits ofthe lover uncomfortable to
both parties; but as they saw through his object,
and love can endure a great deal, at length thought
himself com-)elled to make use of insult. Contriv-
ing, therefore one day to proceed form one mor-
tifying word to another he torik nron himr. as ifin
right ofoffice, to anticipate his daughler'g'TrintI-
attetion to the parting guest, and sho-1,w him out .f(
the door himself, adding a broad hint that it might
be as well if he did not return very soon.
Perhaps, Signor Antonio,' said the youth
piqued at last to say something harsh himself,
you do not wish the son of your old friend to re-
turn at all ?'
'Perhaps not, said the bee-master.
'What,' said the poor lad, losing all courage,
and his anger in the terrible thought of his never
having any more of these beautiful lettings out of
the door by Maria; what do you mean to say ? I may
not hope to be invited again even by yourself?
that you yourself will never again invite me, or
come to see me ?'
Oh, we shall all come of course, to the great
Signor Guiseppe,' said the old man looking. scorn-
ful, all, cap in hand.'
'Nay, nay,' returned Guiseppe, in a tone of'
propitiation, 'I'll wait till you do me the favor to
look in some morning, in-the old way, and have a
chat about the French; and perhaps he added,
blustine..' you will then bring M.kria with you, as
you used to do; and I won't attempt to see her
till then.'
Oh, we'll all come, of course" said Antonio,
impatiently;"'cat, dog,and all; and when We do,'
added he, in a very insignificant tone, you may
come again yourself.'
Guiseppe tried to laugh at the jest, and thus
still propitiate himself; but the old man hastening
to shut the door, angrily cried, Ay, cat, dog and
all, and the cottage besides, with Maria's dowry
along with it; and then y.ou may come again and
not till then. And so saying he banged thpf door,
and giving a furious look at the poor pale Maria,
went into another room to scrawl anote to the)
young, citizen.
The young citizen came in vain, and Antonio
grew sulkier and angrier every day, till at last he
turned his bitter jest into a vow; exclaimipng ijth
a', oath, that Guiseppe should never 'have his
daughter fill he, (the father,) dau-ghter, dog, cat,
cota?,e, bee-hives and all, with her dowry of al-
mo;d trees to boot, set out some fine morning to
be the young vinedresser to accept them.
Poor Maria grew thin and'pale, and Guiseppe
looked little better, turningall his wonted jests
into sighs, and even rriterrupting his work to sit
and look towards the said alsond trees, which for-
med a beautiful clut'p- n an ascent upon the other
.side of the glen, sheltering the best of Antonio's
bee-hives, and-composing a pretty dowry for the
pretty Maria, which-the father longed to see in
the possession of the flashy young citizen.
One morning, after a very sultry night, as the
poor youth sat ehdeavoring to catch a glimpse of
'.her in the direction, he observed that the clouds
gathered in a very unusual m inner overthe count-
;wnd then hung low in the air. heavy and irnm-
'.po4able. Towards M.essina the sky looked so
-firey.that at, first -lhe thought the city was on fire,
till an unusual heat affcting his own skin, and a
.swell of'culphur-arisirig, and the little river at his
feet assuming a lirSe otf a muddy ash color, he
kenw. that.some conv'ision of the earth was at
iand. Hisliinmediate impulse was to cross the
ord, and with mixed anguish and delight, again
find hmselt in the cottage of Antonio, giving,
Ke father and daughter all the help in his power.

It is.calculated that about 40,000 souls perish-
e in this cgnvulion. .In the greatest of,alt the
Si ilian earthquakes, that of 1'783, the earth
.. _k btu --b)Ur minutes, and overthrew almost-a1U
*'^ towns da.the eastern side of the Island.


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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
APALAO0HIO0LA, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1844.
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LATER FROM MEXICO.
The New Orleans Courier has received by the
Vistula, seven days from V~ra Cruz, Mexican
papers up to the 29th ult., inclusive.
They furnish new details -a relation to' Sent-
manet's expedition. It appears that he waahot
on the 14th Jane, at noon, on the public square
at Jalpa, with thirteen of tis companions, who
first landed with him, and vfere captured by the
troops of the Governor General. The others, to
the number of 77, were not ai.e to land, and were
consequently arrested on bortd the vessel which'
conveyed ,them, They are, in a great part, SpaA-
ish sub-officers of the Carlis party, Oenrolled by
Sentmanat during his sojun in New Orleans.
These unfortunate men are probably shot by this ,
time, in conforityi to orden transmitted to To-
basco by the supreme government d Mexic.o.
On board thr schooner whicl carried the out
were found 500 musketsI a lar ge quinty of-swords
and'some casks of powder. Actording-to i list
found in the' schooner, her crew consisted of,49
,men, of whom 16 were Spaniard.4, 16 French, 4
natives of Havana, 4 Germans, 2 talians, 5 Ane.
ricans, 1 Columbian and 4 born at Tobasco. ;li
The Courier Francais of Mexico of the 2UJth


loving, and constitution loving portion of the com-
munity should stand out and shelter both officers
and soldiers who were engaged on that fearful oc-
casion, from reproach or violence. It is a scandal
almost to suggest the possibility that either could
be attempted, and yet "it is, to be feared that the
one has been done and the other threatened. It is
bur cardinal duty--if we fail in it, we will deser-
ve that the city should be given over to mob-law
-to support the military, who under cover of a
town meeting, and under authority of law, peril-
led themselves for the Cvom mon safety-, They fired
when they could do nothing else. It is for us,
for the great body of the community, not only to
secure them from the effect cf those prejudices
which were called into action, but to sustain them
with our credit, and if it must be with our lives."
Some -of the city press whose evident object ap-
pears to be, the keeping up the excetemet by con-
tinually tanning the embers of discord, rather than
endeavouring toallay it, cond'n the military for
leaving the scene of action on Monday. We
maintain that the withdrawa!of the military was
praiseworthy in the highest degree, and is a con-
clusive evidence, that their object was not to ex-
asperate but to conciliate; that they did not desire
to maintain order at the point of the bayonet,
when milder means were found'sufficient.- They
were bound by all the rules -of" warfare to with-
draw after a flag of truce hai been sent in by the
civil authorities-and if theyMad not done so, they
would have merited the severest censure.


THE LATE RIOTS IN THE CITY OF PHIL*
ADELPHIA.
We copy from one of the Philadelphia papers,
"the Home Journal," the following statement in
relation to the late disturbances in that city. It
presents a full and clear vindication of the course
pursued by the armed civil posse in the trying
situation in which they were thrown in obeying
the call of the Sheriff.
The First Fire.--Upon a correct understand-
ing of the first fire, the causes that-impelled it,
and the precautions made use -of before the last,
hinges the responsibility of the whole affair, for
all the fearful and bloody scenes that followed,
rise upon this foundation and are consequent upon
it. We are prepared to show that the military
were fully and conclusively justified by all the
circumstances of the case, and we will stake our
reputation upon the truth of the statement. We
were present, and heard and saw almost every-
thing that transpired.
On Sunday afternoon between 5 and 6 o'clock,
the greater portion of the First Division received
orders to march to the defence of St. Philip de
Neri's Church inQueen street below Third. We
may here remark, that it was understood that the
citizens wbo had pledged themselves for the safe-
ty of the church hadtinformed the Sheriff, that
they would no longer consider themselves re-
sponsible, and hence the call of that officer upon
the military.
The troops moved down the street until they
came to the church, in front of which the mob
were congregated in large numbers. The Artil-
lery Regiment was on the right, and Col. Pleasan-
ton immediately appeared in front of his command
and ordered the mob to disperse. A sullen and
determined silence ensued on the part of the mob
to obey. Two companies were then thrown out
to clear the street, at "a charge." The mob re-
tired before them as far as Queen and Second
streets. The two companies came to a "shoulder
arms" and guards were thrown out to keep off the
mob who pressed closely upon them. The officers
now appeared in front, reasoned with them, nay,
begged them to disperse, and retire quietly to
their homes. In the mean time, a body of men
who had been stationed in the church, and five
or six of the civil posse of the district, came
down and endeavored also to dissuade them from
attempting to interfere with the military, but all
was useless. High words were succeeded by
threats, and one of the rioters went so far as to
threaten to whip an officer of one of the compan-
ies, while in front of his command. He was im-
mediately arrested. The civil posse also attempt-
ed an arrest, but the prisoner was rescued.
In this manner the two companies remained
expostulating and pleading for at, least fifteen
minutes. Not the slightest disposition was evinc-
ed to stir one step; on the contrary, brick bats
were thrown at the military, and several mem-
bers considerably injured. The companies now
came to charge, but the mob instead of retreating
seized the muskets of the military and by main
force attempted: to -wrest them from their hands.
Gen. Cadwaladei, who was immediately behind
the troops, finding 'all efforts at conciliation use-
less, and seeing also that in a few minutes the hil-
itary would be rendered powerless, (the mob
numbering at least ten to one) gave the word
"1 Fire," this being the last and the only resort
left, to save the two companies from falling into
the hands of an infuriated mob, to preserve invi-
olate the dignity and honor of the laws he had
been sent to protect, and to expel at once and'
forever the false and unjust idea, that Mob Law
would be suffered to gain the ascendency over the
regularly constituted authorities of the country.
,The struggle was a severe one, but his duty as an
otticer, as an officer acting in a civil and military
capacity, demanded it, and the deed was done,
the sacrifice was made. There was no haste,
beyond the haste that the exigency demanded,
and as to reasonable time, that had been given in
abundance, before the military attempted to
charge at the corner of Second and Queen. The
very fact of their attempting to disperse them by
a charge is conclusive evidence that they had no
intention of firing, until they themselves com-
pelled the military to it.
The Pennsylvanian," after giving a history of







the chuseshat beaed towthe ofrt chareavery oifilar

codmersrn ihwo hyhd to our! reaers


ware lurking about every corner, who when they
felt secure in their ambush, would spring out for
a moment, fire on the soldiers, and then retreat.
Cannon, stuffed with old iron in every shape,
were wheeled down the little alleys below the
church, discharged suddenly, and then wheeled
back. Such an attack was it,-secret, covert,
murderous, ungoverned by any of the rules of
civilized warfare, and equalled in brutality and
cowardice by Indian tactics, that the volunteers
sustained till midnight. For twenty-four hours
at the lowest,-some of them for much longer;
they had been kept on the grouud without any.
thing but chance and imperfect refreshment and
without sleep. A great debt does the community
owe them, for never did so small a body'of men
act so gallantly. From the General in command
to the last private who left the spot at two o',cl,'ck
on Monday afternoon, there was not a man but'did
his duty with courage and humanity. When "%ey
came back to head-quarters, jaded and exhat d,
twelve of their men left behind them, woJund -Dr
dead, and one brave captain, who had been,' '*'g-
led out by the mob for attack, was desperate '_ m
jured; the citizens who had suffered thei|, '; ,Ads
to be poisoned by the false rumors thatt h, been
set afloat, should have paused and reflect l how
far it was just to cover with obloquy and Poach
the characters of the officers and, soldie who,
when all others flinched, were alone in t ding
faithful.
The issue is made up, who will meet it ? The,
military were ordered to the spot by thir:vil oiu-'
thorities,'and were supplied by th&, .\ttorneyJ
General with an opinion that it nst.? dnty t(
fire. They obeyed their orders. Th 4 id theiB
duty. Some of them were left dead ori "\e spol
others are now languishing in the hos; it, A
the families of the first to be !upp6rI ; ., t
last to be preserved from suffering? 1.1 t
city make good losses incurred in Al 4ti fie
There is a debt owed to bo0h dead a n h biii
an ha ebt must be paid. Te qU6Vie -d 14 0 c


For the Commercial Advertiser.
EDUCATION No. 7.
Paens a peccando absterret.
Inenforcing obedience, parents often fall into


.03- The Democratic Convention for the East. many injudicious, and fatally injurious modes


era District of Florida, assembled at Palatka on
the 9th inst., at which ex-Gor". Win. P. Duval.
presided, assisted by Col. Cole and Capt. Priest,
as Vice Presidents. The utmost harmony and
unanimity prevailed and the following gentlemen
were nominated for the Senate at the ensuing
c~anvs.
To&. S. Sanfhez, -of St. Johns.
John Brow-ard.of Duval.
Philip Dell, of Alachua.
Jesa Carter, of Columbia.


of punishment. The sole object of punish-
ment is to prevent transgression., But the
punishment should never come first, nor should
it effect either more or less than its object.-
If in any case punishment be too light or too
severe, it is worse than none. And espe-
cially is that punishment wofully wrong, which
excites too much fear. It is. proper, yes, neces-
sary to move the fears of children in governing
them, but it must be on proper occasions and in
a judicious manner. Obedience should never be
enforced by means of terrifying, frightening,
threats, such as these--;-If you do that again I'll
give you to the old beggar man;" or, "If you
don't mind I'll shut you up in the dark hold;" or,
" If you don't behave I'll let the bears have you."'
Never attempt to stop a child from crying by
asking, "Where is that big black dog?" or
"Where's that old bad man ?" When obedience
is extorted by such means, impressions the most
dangerous and distressing are the sure conse-
quences. Not long since a lady put a child to
bed, and as it cried and thereby annoyed her, she
dressed up a frightful image and placed it before
the child, and in this manner stopped its noise,
and then went down stairs, leaving the image in
full view of the child, whose imagination invested
it with life and power, and its little bosom throb-
bed with perfect horror; it dared not breathe.
In a short time the little innocent was found gaz-
ing intensely on the image, with the most dis-
tressing fright depicted on its countenance, and
it apallid corpse This is not a solitary instance.
Many, many have been murdered in this way.
But when the fright has not been so'intense as to
produce death, images of terror fill the mind
with dread and fear, and the child is forever in
alarm, and even in sleep it shows by starts, con-
tortions and screams how awfully alive is every
fear. And these direful impressions can never
be erased; they hold an iron grasp on the mind
through life. Such parents, who thus excite the
fears of their children, are the foulest, blackest
murderers of all whose diabolical deeds in blood-
shed call for heaviest vengeance. 0 parents, I
spare you not. If you operate in this excessive
mariner (and all such alarm is excessive) on the
fears of your children, your hearts are stone, your
affections are ice, and your feelings are the fell
progeny of fiends. 0 what tongue enough can
execrate your course How lost you must be to
every principle of humanity! I would hope
such parents are very few, (0 that they were
less,) and I hope all parents will carefully avoid
inspiring their children with any other fear than
that of sin and disobedience and punishment.
DOCTOR.
Mexico and Texas.-The Galveston News,
publishes the following official letter, to which
we beg to call attention......
Leg aftia'ori rrgiF~CqiT ed States.
.MEXICO, June 17th, 1844.
To Wm. S. Murphy, Esq.,
Care d'JIffiairs of the U. States:
Sir:-I wrote you a few days since that it was
Gen. Santa Anna's intention to invade Texas im-
mediately with a large force. As vet nothing has
been done by Congress in the way of raising money
but troops have been secretly despatched to rein-
force the army of the North, and Gen. Canales
has been named to the command. Immediate
preparations for resistance and defence should be
made. I think that Santa Anna calculates upon
foreign aid. A few weeks since an order appeared
in the Diario del Gobierno addressed to Gen. Wool
and directions that any individual who should be
found b yond a league distance from the left bank
of the Rio Bravo, should be punished as a traitor
after a summary military trial.
I applied to the British Minister .to unite with
me in a remonstrance against this order. He re-
plied that he presumed the Texan., were to 'be
treated by Mexico as rebels, and declined inter-
fering, otherwise than to request verbally that the
order shall not be put in force against British
subjects. I have the honor to be,
Very respectfully, &c.
BENJ. E. GREEN.


,Normion Troubles.--Every thing was quiet at
Nsauvoo at the last dates. The Mormons were
not disposed to commit any acts of aggression.
'The people living in their vacinity wereevident-
ly anxious to push them to extremities, and to
forde them to leave the State. Some citizens of
Missouri and Iowa crossed over to assist the Han-
cock county people in the war against the Mor-
,monsi but Gov. Ford ordered them all back, and
intimated that he did not want their assistance.
Orders were given to disband most of the militia
at Warsaw and Carthage.
Distrestbng 4ecident.-On Monday last Chas.
Russell, (formerly a Lieut. of a Revenue Cutter at
Mobile,) while on a pleasure excursion to St. An-
drews, had his right hand blown to pieces by the
explosion of a powder flask. He was pouring
some powder on a match of ignited cotton when
the accident happened. He was brought to* St.
Joseph, and from thence to this place on Thursday
last. His-hand had already commenced mortifiy-
ing and it was found necessary to amputate his
arm,, which was performed by Dr. Green, and
very flattering hopes were entertained of his re-
covery, but the next night by tearing off the ban-
dagesseveral times, after having them re-applied
'and rubbing his raw arm against the bedding he
produced mortification in the stump which the
Doctor has not been able as yet to arrest. Owing
to the hot weather, the previous indisposition of
the patient, his accustomed use of ardent spir-
its, and the want of constant attention, the
Doctor thinks a second operation would re-
sult in certain death, and that there is but little
hope of the poor man's recovery at best.
8t5- The sloop-of-war Preble, now at New York,
is ordered to be fitted out immediately for the
service on the coast of Africa.
{t? From the 12th to 24th June inclusive,
5,436 passengers from foreign ports arrived at
New York, making a total of 13,683 during the
month, or over 500 a day.
0 William L. Stone, Editor of the N. Y.
Commercial Advertiser, has obtained a verdict of
$1200 against Levi D. Slamm, Editor of the Ple-
bian, for a libel.
Salt in Florida.-Among the really valuable
discoveries in Florida recently are numerous salt
springs in the neighborhood of Fort Millon.-
This information, if correct, connot but be re-
garded as important to the Southern country, and
particularly to this Territoiy.
(C?- The increase in the public revenue from
customs, during the first six months of the present
year over the corresponding period of 1843, is
130 per cent. The increase of revenue on nine
puplic works enumerated in the New York Re-
public, for the same period, is an average of 33
per cent.
i, ,` the Pirate.-The President has further
respited the pirate Babe, now under sentence of
,death in the city of New York, till the first Mon-
day in June, 1845. The prisoner, it is said, pan-
ifested no signs of emotion when he was informed
of this farther act of grace in his favor.
W- The President has re-appointed John
Chambers, Governor of the Territory of Iowa,
from the 15th inst., when his present commission
will expire. '
Railroad across the Peninsula.-We learn,
says .the St. Augustine News, that Lieut. Blake
has received orders to commence the survey of a
Railroad route from Jacksonville, to Cedar Keys.
Texas--British Diplomacy.--An intelligent
correspondent of the New York Jurnal of Com-
merce, writes from Baton Rouge, La. (June 24)
as follows :
", I. travelled with an English gentleman from
New Orleans to this place, who states he has re.
tided for the last five years in that country. He
*said he was irntimato with Captain Elliott, the
British Charge d'Affaires in Texas. In the course
Of-conversation he let slip, perhaps unwittingly,
a'.pieee of British diplomacy, which, he said, he
obtnined from Elliott himself. It was to this ef-
fect: that England had advised Mexico under no
circumstances to acknowledge the independence
,of Texas, but to keep up an armistice with her
as long as possible ; and in case a successful at-
temot at annexation between the United States


and Texas took place, then to go to war and Eng-
land would back/her in the contest." The Eng-
lishman who communicated this to me, is a very
-respectable and intelligent gentleman, who him-
imef has purchased a large estate in Texas, which
he is cultivating in sugar or preparing to do so.
From the developments of English Texian policy
as far as known, it fully sustains the declarations
.of Capt. Elliott to this English gentleman."
QI- Extract of a letter received in New Or-
leans, from Natchez, dated 2d inst.--" The des-
truction of Cotton by the flood in Arkansas, on
Red River an4 Mississippi, will not be less than
300,000 bales, and in a few days it may reach
400,000 to 450,000 bales. This is the general
belief."

{F W rthe Supreme Court of Alabama, has 40l-
eided that contracts made o4 the Sabbath ara
"tUtrid ,nid.


I


From the New Orleans Picayune. ult., says that the representatives of the natii 1
FROM MEXICO 3are not disposed to raise 45,000 menfor the invi-:
Br the arrival of the Schr. Pilot, Capt. Baker, sion of Texas, and fourmillioni of dollars to d. -
we nave received Vera Cruzdates to the 23d and fray the expenses of the expetition--or indeed
from the city of Mexico to the 19th ult. any sum, in the manner indicated by the con.-
The news of the death of the daring Gen. Sent-
manat and of the total failure of his unfortunate mfttee of ways and means, who \vere im\ elled '
expedition, is fully confirmed. A passenger who to oflbr the proposition by the-ex cutive b an(h
came in the Pilot, says that the head of Sentman-
at was cut offhand cooked in oil as we have pre- of the government. After a very animated di;-
viously stated, and placed in the public -quare at cussion in the Chambers, on tthe'27th ult., tie
the city of Tobasco. Fourteen of his followers ^^^ ^ .^^ ^(
had also been shot, but their bodies were left un- forced loan was rejected by a voie of 37 to 35.t
touched. One of the Mexican Generals insisted The following notice of a correspondence b,-
that the dead should be respected, as their mutila- tween M. Bocanegra and Mr. Gieen, tie Am .r.
tion would be a disgrace to the Mexican character.
Capt Petit, the commander ofthe brig Wm. R can Charge d'Affaires, which ii extracted iron
Turner, together with all his crew, have been-or- the Courier Francais, is interesting:
dered to be shot along with the rest of Sentmanat's '
men, who have all been ordered to execution. His Excelleacy the Governor and commandant
Capt. Petit's vessel, which was the one that trans- of Vera Cruz, has informed the supreme goverr-,
ported the revolutionists from this city instead of mentf under date the -212d Juile, that a navfl;
the Wm. Tono, was in a sinking condition from a force of the Uaited Stales, had appeared off Vera
ball received from the Mexican man-of-war that. Cruz, composed of the Trie te Portoniac,orie breg
drove her ashore. This information can be relied and one sloop of war. '1 hat oilicer styled that
upon. thege vessels belong to, the squadrun ihich the
A journal ofthe capital, LaHesperia, announces United States Goverament had despatcchd to t6e
that the Government had received &dspatches from G of c o, to siastain ts UniUrt I~rrtnsins,
Gen Micheltorena, by the way of Tepic, apprising Gulf of Mexico, to sustain Tts uiiiuA pretisions.
it that a thousand American riflemen, and various and he asks tor instructions reciting !he co,.-
other parties, were hovering upon the frontiers of duct he is to observe t,.wavids thfm. An ex-
Upper California The editor is reminded by this change of notes on this subject h.d Itln place
of the demonstration of American good feeling between the Minister of l reign P e
made by Com. Jones, at Monterey, and speaks in Legation of the United 'ties-. M5r B#caneir.*
terms of bitter, though ironical severity of the informs the Charge d'Affiiri ,: the Urmii-d *t e@
peaceable designs of the United States upon the that, according to the Afaeric.a .new;)tnrs,
extensive and beautiful territory of California. government of thit Re? ublic ood The Diario del Gobierno corrects La Hesperia, the Gvernment of that ReI bic d ,
and declares that the Government has received no tached land and sea forces to iivrd,-r lheGt.v(.rn.
official intelligence whatever of this kind, and ment of Mexicoi in the Ae.rcise of itl impre.
thinks it should be received with extreme distrust scriptable and acknowledged rights, frin occu.
-we dare say it should. The valiant Micheltorena pying the territory of Texas watl its aray ; this
had probably become alarmed by hearing ,f some intelligence, addg his Excell -.ncy, is 6snfirmed ,
Oregon or trading party through some. circuitous by a frigate moored at Sacrificios, arti by the ii
channel of information.M
chanel o infrmaton.Commodore himself, who annoutnca? thi lie %%ill
We have before us, what in this country would soon ,,re hise r, byo annoure he hp il i
be called, a report from the. War Department, jus- soon be joined by other ships of war.
tifying its requisition upon Congress for an addi- His Excellecy, the Minister declare to thea,
tional force of 30,000 men and four millions of Charge d'Affaires of the'United Sbtes tpat hei \
money. It is written in a lofty strain, and we mbst instructed by his Excellency the Presidint to dft-
say, puts the case strongly before the Mexican mand formally if the tro0[ s which M'xico may
Congress. The subject had previously been brought order to Texas, will be Metin a tostfie mann, r
before the notice of Congress in verbal communi- y those of the United S. Such an act, saw,
cations. The Secretary first urges the measures bth Minister, would beea declaration of war
upon the supposition that the Senate of the United ,a*i eo , b ,,or dffinr henir krA
States will ratify the treaty of annexation. In that inst co, who wo "d- i gluaJL
event, he urges that Mexico is, ipso facto, at war to repel 16rce by '1orce,.,er suc. t utrage- a;u
coeis' ei e Idace ityda
with the United States, that she has not even to the rupture of' the trf of ace "nity
'declare war, but is at once to stand upon the de- which bind the two Rlbhlics.
fensive and maintain the integrity of her territory. The charge d'affaire answers, that having re- '.
For this she will need all the aid the Department ceived no communion from his gove-rnr, J
requires. i regard to the dead addressed to him by t.e !
But should the treaty be rejected, he urges that m. bye cannoak to h1n :he precs and
the Mexican Government has still reason to believe osrahecareatioawhich he oliects; bit wan
that the design of annexation is so deeply rooted formal declarati on whih t hes cti, but wei
in the United States that an effort to effect it will immediately subi' the subject to hiigovernme...
only be a little while postponed in any event, from which he dily expects to revive instruc-
He then proceeds to argue that whatever may tions, and as sot' as he receives jhem he w] 1
be the course of American policy in regard to an- hasten to app-isthis excellence. !
ntexation, no one can deny that the present is the The charepu dlaires nevdrthel& ie qd in:,
favorable moment for Mexico to recover Texas. per^ed by a -raht and sincere dlehireb eo-rnmni
The future political existence of Mexico, he urges edjhmation in his pors_ on, h Rie i
depends upon making this recovery. Should Tex- y a nf e Vd
as be now lost, he reasons, she must ultimately be- take ". th Mir ocalt niitprif a i~r H* adrse
come incorporated with the United States, 'and to Mr. porq h, go.M s, t... i ned Ratv r
then other provinces would in their turn, like Tex. on the ,4 of last August. In Ji e, tbesace
as. fall a prey to the neighboring republicans, Mex- Mr. Wantgl a was the eurs t ,,r up. -- -,
ico being less able to protect herself as one province disc"on ,f the annexation of as b t "
after another should be loped off.' Un" d States, with this legation, Oluiog he ,
The Governmegat of Mexico appeciates, he says, ( iinication with a, direct ye of_ Dwai__
.the extremity of the danger, and has doneeand is aed m
nof fouringaltionsof dars-by.emilitray organization tt the tres n -t
and diplomatic negotiations to avert the danger atn ene e bt h -

ateeI taeLk,,thaan
But its pecuniary means are scarcely sufficient foro a.,, u t renaesu ,i ..^ B
the troinary expenses of the government. A ware ,, nroner t add ysinf his by
against Texas involves, in its nature much of the t o ons -.. is governme ,nt-&.r ... r b
character and all of the expense of a foreign w& seaandagndmen tuch mnere ftmn.
and a strong appeal is therefore made for the gr0t tingenty thbat may arise. He rin p ,,ow"ver.
of four millions of dollars-deemed hardly a 301- that these measures have boee aataoee as- a nrefen.
cient supply. sn t s ive precaution, rendered t thy.- b h I re-s
So soon as the money may be voted,' he say""at queui repeated menaces Yjffieh Mi. Bocanegra -
the troops shall be put in motion ; but as it wo'101d beha thoi it proper to add^ss, n t^e name of his -
necessary, if ho-tilities were commencot this ..,,,,( oterpBi fth Uie lts
season, as the President desires to withdraw roops governet to th e^l of the Uynited Slates.
from points in the Intro important 10 beOre f e^wi .ye M. re oM
he makes the further requisition of 30,00 men1 to A beaca.r of despall!'er
He piotsts strongly th these re ~ton ar ,e ,r 1od the Mexican Congress has
made with no personal view of aggrndizement. yv o ,- -.-, fu d,,n by Presi|nt Santa Anna,
The President asks for no extension of powers, onamel 3o,uo cn, and four m-illion of dollar.
but only for means of exercising thepowers already r i aitlint esas
delegated to him, "and so to pre,;,!frve intact the for o pthent of the ,n--
honor, dignity arid integrity Pf te Mexcan
'nation. demnity.
-iuch -rethe principa features of the project now
before Congress. In the meantime there ate .m-a.ny From, Cuba.--An official ncification from the"
who think that a majority of tlhe members will not Deparent of State, has beer published, of the
vote tor the appropriation ol .$4,000,000 Should pa,.tnri< oub-frierl
sud. be/ the-case, it is confidently expec.ed, so adop~on by the authorities ol~uba-^-the rol-
,,-,8atA~;J!:Bh'^nythth e ruetobe observedmn all the Custom
will dissolve the Congre-s aen<. home !he mem- 1 .f
brs, an te issue an ore for e 1cdo n,.or louses of the Island :,
o, ...a,,pt some other measure to_ can,,.oat his Every box-of sugar expor!.dunder the national
s.]enmesT. Th~e next arrival from MIexico w,.y pre- flg shall pay a duty of five raes, and those under
hr-l tel ,h "hl sory. a foreign flag, six reals.
Py I 2. Every quintal of coffee aall pay in all cases,
f. *htnti (nr e~lo~s iee reals under the naiionalftg, for a port ot tme
', Itris well known that the goes people^ of Mi ^e ^s-^^
achusetts have taken the lead 111 arrmatin "pn atfon;/oan fur reals an afunder mttas ag tore-
{mn most extraordinary, and unprecedented reun- frl-.gnfort a~find fourreaat. a afude, oe
!ios of blacks and whites,--and singiilar.mis.ures, gn ol-ag for ad freig a0rt. /:le frerm l
like the~keys of a p-ian~o forte. At length, how-:u".,Iase and rui, ar d ,lrd fre fro a
e ver this mixture of colors begins to gro,- urnpo- 4^ eselgoin~g out~ladeneonnpletftly with me-
|nular ;and the school conmi.-.ioners. .'e o- l~asses, shall moreover effjoy feedom from tonnage
j ained that children whos5efaces shin^e s.k ,Tp.-'d Vessels which take'on fiore than a thousand,
t er. bottle shatl s~t on ben cl~es by* th ^^ ^^ prastoeae.-t.-t-h
SToe color ,d" ...av hel .an .... ahoun bee rate of six cents per to/btirieasurem~ent, of fore-
|r ints oti the s,bih'j.-t: .n inist llia~rt .......uic ,e ig a two and a halfrea,ot Spa sns ..
2. r,,," al.e-e_'inp 't'n IC between cit{\w^ ot ,accoun-- 7. Vessels which role onboard more than two


of difference in &A.! 'r, reconAm d .A.at I he colored iiousand bags of coffer, and'vore than three thou-
pir -.n' of t ',,, withdr'w tljrnt children from riaid pipes of rum, sh4l enjo he same advantage.
th ecusiv .eool-.t M h,9contravention : .

principle o the'srhool A'stef Of Massachusetts.' "pended from a gohtchain app red to be exceed-
: That' 'right'allow no"baclng out-,'sauce for Angly vain of tlhe ornament by iequently looking
. the ose i-,risauce forthe cander'-Having made '.at it and handling it. ,A -gen.V n observing
Rs' capital. hiSs amcation let it be sustain; her stepped up other and inquired, "Miss B., L
capa ., / ,"o presume you beloig to IPentU.oifania ?.


Horrid Murder and Probable Suicide.-At
New Orleans, on the 5th instant, as we learn from
the Bee, a Miss Catherine Cummings, a young
lady about 17 years of age, residing with her
mother in Girod, near Baronne street, who was
engaged to be married on the 6th, called upon a
Mrs. Leonard, a mantua maker, living in the
First Municipality, for the porpose of having her
wedding dress made. While there, a Mr. Baune,
a married man, somewhat advanced in years, who
had been previously paying his addresses to her,
prevailed upon her to accompany him, together
with Mrs. Leonard, to the Lake end of the New
Canal for the purpose of taking a fish supper.-
After getting through their repast they entered
the carriage for the purpose of returning to the
city. During their ride, when between the half-

way house and the Carrollton avenue, from some
cause or other Miss Cummings attempted to es-
cape from the carriage, when Baune drew a Colt's
revolving pistol and shot her through the heart.
Mrs. Leonard immediately leaped from the car-
riage and ih falling broke one of her legs. Beune,
then jumped from the carriage, fired at Mrs.
Leonard, and twice at the. driver without effect,
and then ran into the swap. Two discharges of
the pistol, were shortly feared in the direction
in which he went. The police of the Second
Municipality as soon as notified, made diligent
searchi for the fugitive, but without success. The
body of the deceased was conveyed to the Second
Municipality police jail, where an inquest was
held upon it.
Murder atHoboken, XV'. J.-A German by the
name of G. A. Martin or Mechie, was discovered
by Mr. Stout, on the 13th inst, under a pile of
stones, about a mile and a half north of Hoboken.
It appeared he had been stabbed in several places,
but the fatal wound was a gun or pistol shot which
passed through his heart. Mr. Stout saw two
persons about the time, under suspicious circum-
stances, one of whom has been arrested, and will
undergo an examination by the Coroner at Hobo-
ken.- VY Cow our Enq.

A wise girl would win a lover by practising
those virtues which secure admiration when per-
sonal charms have failed.









--.-~41. ~iee~ ILn~ _a ~ ~ I I ~ s _~ ea~


Pensacola, July 1st, 1944.
0(- Editors favorable to the undertaking will
please copy.
L ISr OF LETTERS remaining in the Pos
Office, AijalachicAal; July 1st. f844.
Atkinson, James Allen, Capt J'G
Brach Benj Bush S M 2
Bull, J B & Co 2 Borland, Capt S
Barclay, John Brewster, Wm
Baker, Capt Jos 3 Bunce, T D
Bisby Jas Brisby James
button, S D Brown, Capt P T
BabcocK, L Burgess, Capt T 14
Carnochan, John 2 Curtis, Reuben
Cody, Chas F Carpenter, Dan'1
Camerin, Geo Caraway, A B 2
Denison, Jos L Davis, Geo
Dawson, Win 2 Demeral, W S & Co
Dixon, John Davis, W G M 2
Freeman, J W Ford, Nicholas
Flitner, WL Floyd, R J
Finch, Sol 2 Fisher, N H
Goudy, Harriett Gane, G L 2
Great reaks, SC Galliher, Owen
Griffin, Jas Gorrie, Jno
Hutchinson, Jno Hutchins, Albion 2
Hanly Jas aighlt Geo
Harrison, Wm Higgins, E, U S N 2
Henning, C T 5 Hutchinson, Geo
Hayden, h H 2 Haller, Thcs
Hull, John H Halley, R B
Hunt, E F Hodge, J B
Howard, Capt B Hooper & Johnsort
Jutian Win Jackson, Jacob S
Judah, D W C Jackson, Capt A
Jameson, N A Jackson, John
Jones, Wm S Johnson, Elizar
Kelton, Wm H 3 King, Ridh'd
Kellogg, Jno 2 Kosker, Gerard 8S1
Leigh ton, Edwd Long, Freeman 2
Lawrence, Jno D Lanning; Jas 2
Lewis, Ed Lloyd, J r
McGreger, C A H Morton- S T
McGill, Arthur Martin, Matthew 2
McGlehon, Geo Mars, Wm 2
Mcfntyrp, 14 Mathews, J A
McM.anus-, t13ec Wsworrn,(e .
Mizell, John & CO Mehan, Thos
Nathens, Thos Nickells, G W
Nickson, G W Nickerionj Varanny
Oram, Wm O'Hanlan, Felix
(Wens, Wm S *Orthi Jacob
Patrick, Wm Patterson, Jos R'
Parker, R L Pnrple N
Parson, W H Parker, A F W 2
Pratt, Danl 8 Pott, Ludwig H
,Roff, J M Reguter, C
Randall, John L Rundell, Jot) H
Roberts, L D Ricker, Capt M E 2
Royal, W T Rowland, P E
Ryan, DanI Rogers, E W
Rozal, W T Rowlett, DanI
Starr, Jas B 3 Small, G W W
Smart, Job R 2 Spencer, Jno C, U S N
Shermran, Ed Small, Phillip N
Smitn, Thos J Sands, W A
Sullivan, Moiley 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 J
Thompson, Jesse Thomas, W S T
Tuthell, D M Taney, G R
Varnum, Capt G VanCott, A B
Ware, A P White, Isaac
Wallis, Jos Watters, Moses
Williams, B W 2 Williams, Jno C
Worriker, Wm Williams, Capt J
Whitmore, CaptJos Wood, Capt E J
Ware, E A West, Tfros
Young, Those G. F. BALTZELL, P. M.
0QP- Persons wishing any of the above letters,
will please say, they are advertised.


WM. G. PORTER & Cd j, offer for -ae lkl"
Wand well selected stock of DBR YtODS$
consisting of:-
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kew)-$i;
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
Foreign and Domestic Prints;
BrownwDrillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings;
,, ,, Sbirtingp;
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other article in their line adaptl"
to the country trade. d&c4 y
PAINTS, OILS, &c.--75 kegs White LU4;
10 kegs Black Paint; 10 do Green; it
1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl Litsw O114'. :
2 do Spirits Turperitifie;..
250 galls Sperm W1l '
200 Paint Brushes; adsoted; to+ lale by., i
DODGE & GAR)NM.0"
apl6 49 War"1


B ELLISON & Cioffe? for sale an eaJ;
sive assortment f "Merchandize, suitable fi-,
the Spring tradt, ctonsisting, of
Groceries Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes;
Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy. Goo* W '
'Cr-cke-y and Glassware; Hardware;
Woodware, Brushes, &c., &c. mar30
O N CONSIGNMENT:-4 hhds CtCKERY
Ware, assorted, for country tradi.
Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left-
wich, Va., some superior cross brand;
Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttl ", Y
Hollow and Tin Ware;
Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoet lfc
ALSO, 1
Sugar, Coffee, and Canal Flour;
Old Sherry Wine, in cases;
All of which will be sold very low for cush.
DAVID G. PANEY,
jan29 43. si street.
W INDOW SHADES-'A fres*s*4trnent of
Wthe latest patterns, just received, and for
sale by B. ELLISON &, Co.
apl6 Water ot
LIQUORS AND WINES.-Brndy-Otird,
L Dupuy & Co's; A Seignette. "
Gin-Holland, anchor brand.,
Whiskey-Old Scotch ; MonongtaheLa.
Wine-Old MadeifrtaI Sicily 4 old pure Pat;
Chatnp"a"gn for sale by
I DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water st.
IME.--80 bbls of Lime, for sale low by
KIMBROUGH &,RIDGWAY; ,
per his agent WM. H. HUGHES,
jy6 52 Water street.
HEWING TOBACCO---45 doz Mrs. Miller's
C Chewing Tobacco, just received and fa* sile
by DODGE & GARDNER,
je15 4,0 Water street.
Commission Basiness*
New York, March 12th, 1844.
WITH a knowledge, of business derived
from an experience off more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business* pursuits, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-:
chase and sale of 4all kinds of Produer and. For-
eign and. Domestic Goods.
Their business wilt be condwted upon estab.
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re.
turng, for all sales effected, and answers to all
orders with which they may Be favored
Bills of Exchange drawn aaipst sfhipments of,
Cottonror other Produce,, willrbe dlly honored on.
receipt of Invoice and Bill Ladiag, or by special.
agreement for funds at maturity, With advices,-of
,responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COMN& A 0:p
mar30 6m 78" Peat'rVree.


0- We are authorized to an-
nounce Dr. N. A, LONG, of' Jackson, as a Can.
didate for the Senate Itrom the Western Senatorial
District at the ensuing election jy27*
SFOR RENT.-The building near the
Market, known as the Market Coffee
House,"' will be rented on reasonable
terms. Apply to J. L. WYMAN.
Apalachicola, July 271 1844.
N OTICE-'-The partnership heretofore existing
in this plade between the subscribers under
the firm of ', PRESTON & MACLAY," is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
THOMAS PRESTON,
J- C. MACLAY.
Apalachicola, May 8th 1844. mll 1m
NOTiCE.-The co-partnership heretofore ex-
isting in this place between the subscribers,
under the firm of MOORE & McKFNZIE, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
JOHN M. MOORE,
WILLJAM A. McKENZIE.
Apalachicola, May 18, 1844.
FRESH BUTTER.-17 kegs Goshen Butter,
a prime article, just received from New ,York
per brig Morea. For sale by
NOURSE & STONE,
jy6 46 Water street.
SUNDRIES.-10 bbis Cider Vinegar;
S_) 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 Sardines;
5 cases.Pickles; 1 do Preserves;
5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water street.


N" OTICE.--The undersigned have this day
formed a partnership under the name and
style of 1,,GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the traneac-'
tion of a ,general Wholesale Grocery and Corn-'
mission Business. D. GOLDSTEIN,
'JOHN' R. BEERS#
Columbus,. Awl, 1,,1$44., apl3 2in


, f T


PEIRFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c.
Superior Cologne Water;
Lavender do.
Orange do.
3ay do.
Essential Oils;
Hair Dye;
Balm of Columbia;
Tooth Brushes, assorted;
Hair do do
Clothes Brushes;
Playing Cards, French and American.
Also, a variety of Fancy articles, Soaps, &c.,
just opened and for sale by
THOSE. P. JONES & CO.,
Hair Bressing Saloon,
jy20 tf Centre street.


IMPROVEMENT.
About eighty years ago in travelling between
New Yofk, arid Qaeboc, it was necessary to go to
Boston and comaj dverhiad to Burlington, .on ac-,
coiint Of danger from the Iadia.a, and the journey
odeupied one thoatli. Burgoyne made the first
carriage foaaifrom thetsouth end of Lake Cham-
plain to the Hudson, and after the peace of 1783,
it took nearly a fortnight, tfo go betvean New
York and Quebec. The mail came 0nca a fort-
night; now it is daily, and it takes three days and
two nights. TAe commercial' comrnunica:ioa,
however, did not naake equal progress, It was
waiting for the Caa:01y C"al, tir, progress-of
which has been but slow. r We 11,vevd', see tuat
transportation is now eifected between Quebec
and New. York with ol Y one transhipment, and
on land' carriage.' The qame thing maiy be done
between Quebec and New Orleans, by the St.
Lawrence and the lakes, the Welland and Cleve-
land canals; the Ohio and the Mississippi. There
is only the obstacle of the Sault Sante-lMarie, to
preventlt steam propellers going to the west end of
Lnake Superior, and the large "steamers have long
rta to the ,outh end of Lake Michigan. j Thirty
ye3rs!ago batteaux and bark'carroes went above
-mtre'il. Custom-house duties and'Tdgulations
ar? raising obstacles to an intercourse which they
*cannot prevent when it can be carried on to the
Mcqoio advantage, it will overcome all obstacles
W(Ol the extent to which a beneficial intercourse
wfth Nw Yorlrc &;;? be carried on, we are not
fully a'cquaintaj.- Quebec Marcury.
ifDffcrence between Character in London and
JParis as compared with Spain.;-To a' person ar-
.riving rfro.n Paris or London-those two whirl-
ipools of feverish activity and excited existence-
'4the way of' living at Grenada is the most extraor-
S.'dinar, of all. contrast;; a life of perfect leisure,
T lentiriv killed u,) by lounging, conversation, mus-
; c, dancing,, and the siesta. He is astonished at
Stie c'llm hjpiines-i.,and tran ihillity expressed on
ivery couttenance. No one has that busy, anxi-
wq, hurried lo), which one continually eacloun-
rs in the street- of Paris. Every one, on the cont-
riry, x~ei 1,-is'irely along, choosing the shady 8id--
ot'the roa1, ztr) ,)in- to talk with his ac0iaii.uitaai-
ies, and evide:itly in no haste to(get where he is
'gq)in.. The certainty of not bein,# able to earn
Aney, extio.-mis'ied all ambition; no career is
dve-f to voiri rn,-i, the most adventurous of whom
go to Manilla or the Havata, or enter the army,
alto' in the litter case they often, owing to the
Vreched state of Spanish fiianceej remain whole
Iars without getting any pay. Convinced of the
fkntlessness of exerting them~elve.- they for the
r6ost part do not take the troubi1 to pursue an ob-
ject which they konw to be ,mattminable. bur pass
their time in ai areeiblefarniente, which io fa-
Vred by the beauty of the county and the genial
warmthh of the climate. I was not able to dis-
*.fover anv symgto'n3 of Sanish pride. Nothing
is go little to b depeacjd upon as the dharactet
popularlv attributed both to nations and individu-
als. I founn the Spaniards, on the contratry, very
simple and affable in their deportment.
Spain of the prese-t day is true country of eqn-
j^ality-if not nominally, at least in fact. the bo,-
gar lights his papelito at the Havana cilar of th"
n,'i~jtnv, who allows ;him to do so without the
ljost i':Ttion of condescension ; the maruesa o,
e~, c -lsi3, -niles as s'e steps over the b )ies nfthe
ra-!'.? I cariqilla w;io are sleepina ori the ste,)s oft
her ifOu'e; -1nj o0 ajourney she will not hesitate,
-if ,r:_i'y, t.) drink from the sarrie glass a-i the
z-zayal oWho d.ic-l4, or the es;-o|peter.) who escorts
her I rri. ;.-. Freiyners have much di'Siculty in
'a'.-'nmmn 'iti ijx thieba-elves to this kMnd of latmili-
arity..e^; .,lly fhe F igli'h, who are ia the habit,
When at home, of having their letters broil, rt to
them I ,? Aate,. off which they ta' r'q; %i.- S* th-h e eitiinablo.iln c-!-^ in:
from ,,- .' t.-)'X\ ',r s it his cxleser9 to di-e in
ihe jt;-ik .,t lhe m in, which is Y_,ontrarv to the
,,1,'_ r-' !'1 ;u! h cadse.,. The calese'r, who
in.f 1'" hTf'-i."-it, ho was doiii a heretic hnowr
h'y .il di-at the same table withI him rnmade
r. r1K^ ," tr,, time, dined ani, reu-imet his
t^Mg'i.. ,. ^Vi$ '-,Iip got to about three or four l-a-
;r,'n X *rr-., .,, a sort of desert, full of bri-rs
v f.1,d oitffil1, he '.1y coolly took the E iglinhman
S. 4v th 3 collar an I pi'ehe.'l Min owit of the carriacge.
Theree" S.61 II"ID
T\ y/a did not thiqk me, D-n
Bilbino 9u.tamert, ePS Oroz-o, w,,rthy to sit at
your table; in my tlr~nv/'don^t think vou worthy
to sit' beside me in in> raisin. AdiQ.S." -Andt
h.? dr~we on, leaving< th*,.tifortunate traveller to
fi id his'way to Xeres o" at.-3-dairsTa
*v els itt. S p a, in '
TH-E Dtrrv AND FI-EASIIt!.oiWOWEN--Great
Indeed, is the t-ask assigned to Woman. Who can
.. elevate its dignity Who can fexonerate its imipor-
tnc '? .Not 10 make laws, 'ipt',o ^sad armies, not
<+ to sgovernf em pires; bnt to forn -nllh i?( y w hom l.iw s
are made, and armies led, and: em,)ir~s governed ;
to giiard from the slightest taint o/pissible- infirmity,
,- h n. frail yei spotless creature wbo..w ,n')ral.,n-o less
.. than his physic dl being mrist he derived 'rom her;:
> ui~ ire those principles, to in';ilcaie tbh doe-
^R SS to animate those senii.ne'i?, 'hi~sh _,enp-
^ r sy'et unborn, and nation yet unei v;J izp J ah.dll
'Ch^s^o bless; to soften firmness xinto ni rc/ to
",: ^l o o into refinem ent, to e xultI gpneto sty
nt" *',me; by her soothinsr cares to ailav tI
..t '"^ the body, and the far worsfe an-,:iish o>\
h,o ar -,. ner t ntlera3<3sto disarmn pa ssin : b,


_nr siua tnumph over sense; to che-kr the
schla st Iunder his toil; to consol.1 the ieates-
m an l f r th , -7_ -, j "
be hecornf, Mile' of a miralen People; to
for friends-- ilon for hope-, that are bl1ihted,
has ed Iw ?rfdio'is, for nappinge that
of --o t -he -red-8ikc ni s her vocalion ; the eou6h
.... cr ,s ..,the prison of the deserted l
fir en dl, the cross ot li'.~ e a
scenes of woman's e ea
..oi which her ; rat,,'tlence, these are theatres
,,wtt..... t... ::'ph,- have. been achiev-
ed. Such is herde^Pa "t 'n 1 ;-
attend the neglected, ,o visit the forsaken,,to
myriads to remember-" It th forge tfulness 'of
mnltitudeitobless; when the ex.r.i.
.ju twice eersecites, when br-f^ 1 abandon;, whle
V .a n d1 d i scl ple s fly ,
....t{i^ niam mashaken and unch^^ -
H'- in, e and to exh ib it
-i n thig lower world, a type of th.,
tant; and ineffable-which in ,er Prie'won-
.are taught to believe the best re orf l v we
Estimate of M41arriage.-They g marrying,
was fun-pretty fun to be sure. Wl T"-''
single man the world wagged about vv was a
was lke an omnibus, was a passenger',-; -,,
; levy, and had no more to do with it, thlio t
down and care a button for any thing. to .e
the omnibus' got upset, well, I walks ^9ng
leaves the man to pickup the pieces. B1it-n
I takes a wife, and be hanged tome-its alt n
well for a while, but plaguy likepwing an om
"bus. What did I get by it ? fRow rrrt o fun"
_P Why, a jawing old woman and three snuillerz,
Mighty difference from courtin* Instead c
,yes my duck'--, no my dear'-4,s you pleas(
honey'-and, I when you like, lovely -like wha
it was in courting time, it's a regular row. Sou
looks and cold potatoes-children ar table cloth
badly off for soar), always dardnin mid mending
and nothing ever darned or mended., It" it was'n
that I am particularly sober, I'd N inclined to
drink. My house ain't my own, I bona to four
persons besides myself, the old wo- In and child.
dren., I'm a partnership concern-'and as so
many have got their fingers in, I mu4 burst up.
I'll break and siglifyer to you.


AN INDIAN DUEL.
Wingenund waited until the speech of his an;
tagonist had bees translated to them: when he
relied, with unmoved composure, "If the Crow
waiArrs require better witness than words, it is-not
di.,ilt to fird. Thay' have already been told that
Kaiin-na stranger gave to Mahega a present of a
bow and arrows, which he hid in the reoks; Win-
-genuid took them out, and here they are."
As the youth spoke, he dropped the blanket that
had been throw overhis left arm ahd shoulder, hold-
ing---p to the council the bow and arrows; which
.all present instantly recognized as being made and
ornamented by the Black-feet.
"Are the warriors yet convinced," continued the
youth, raising his voice, "or do they wish for
more!t If they do, let them seize the Washashe
wolf, they will find in his belt-"
He was not allowed to finish the sentence ; the
storm that had lung been brooding, now burst in
all its fury. Mahega, driven to desperation by the
damning evidence brought against him, and reck-
less ofallsave the gratification of his fierce revenge,
whirled his iron pointed race around his head, and
launched it with tremendous force at Wingenund,
Never had the latter, even for an instant, taken
his falcon eye off the Osage ; but, so swift was the
motionaWith which the weapon was thrown, that
although' he sprang lightly aside to avoid it, the
spiked head grazed and laid open his cheek,
whence it glanced off, and striking an unlucky
Crow who stood behi'ad him, felled hina, with a
broken arm, to the ground, Even in the act of
stooping tc.eq,:,.pe the mace, Wingenand fitted an
arrow into the Black foot bow which hi held ia his
hand; and, rising quick as thought, let it fly at his
gigantic adversary with so true an aim, that it
pierced the windpipe, and the point came out at
th3 back of his n ck, close to the spine. While
the Osig?, half strangled and paralyzed, tugged
ineffectually at the fatal shaft, Wingen'md leaped
,ipon hi- 'vith ihe bound of a tiger, and, uttering
aloud ths wtr-dry of the Lenape, buried his knife
in the he-_Jt of his foe. With one convulsive groan
the ,l,,i.i_-,0sage fell heavily to the earth ; and ere
'thi b'ystanders had recovered from their astonish-
-ment, his blood-stained scalp hung at the belt of
,the victorious Delaware.
T11e Stuffed Ct.-.An old Chiffionier (or rag
picker) died in Paris ia a state of abject poverty.
His o ly relation was a niece, Who lived as a
servant with a green grocer. The girl always
assisted her uncle as far as her means would per-
mit. When she learned of his death, which
took place suddenly, she was on the point of mar-
ria e with a j )urn-eymaaa baker, to Whom she had
been long attached. The nuptial day %as fixed,
but Suzette had not yet ,bought her wedding
clothes; She haste ed to tell her lover that the
wedding must be deferred; she wanted the price
of her bridalr inety to lay her umicle decently in
the grave. Her mistress ridiculed the idua,"and
exhorted her to leave him to be buried by charity.
Suzette refus-,d. The consequence was a quarrel,
by which the young woman lost her place and
her laver, who s-ded with her mistress. She
hastened to the miserable garret where her uncle
had expired, and by the sacrifice not only of' her
weddina attire, bat nearly all her slender ward-
robe, she had the old man decently interred
Her pions task fulfilled, she sat alone in her un-
cle's room, weeping bitterly, when the master of
her faithless lover, a good-looktng young man,
entered.
11 So, mny 'Suzette, I find you have lost your
nla.-e ?" sAid he. I come to offer you one for
life. Will you marry me?"
"IT;girl You are joking."
I, No faith, I want a white, I'm sure, I can't find
a batter one."
"But every body will laugh at you for marry-
ing a poor girl like me."
Oh if that is your only objection we shall
soon get over it; come, come along, my mother is
,)r,:'o) ire 0 to receive you." "
Suzette hesitated no longer, but she wished to
take with her a memorial o! her aoaea..o a 1 .tfe
was -ac- t'h-"iara-d --trid-f-or many years. The old
rain was so fond of the animal, that he determin-
ed that even death should not separate them, for
he had her stuffd and placed her on the tester of
his bed.
A3 -Snze'tte took downl! s3, she utterred an ex-
clImation of surprise at finding her so heavy.-
T:ie lover hastened to open the animal, when out
fell a shower of gold. There was a thousand
Loiis co:icealed in the body of the cat, and this
sum, which the old miser had starved himself to
am.ss, became the just reward of the worthy girl
arid her disinterested lover.
Re~markdable Surgical Operation.--^-We take
from the Newburg Telegr'aph the following ac-
cou-it of an interesting operation performed in
that village by Dr. Blackman, a young physician
who ihas attained a high reptutation for skill in
'the *:tie~ial art.
The p.ti eril a daughter of Mr. Purdy, f Bloom-
in.dade, *SullhVan county, during an attack, of ma-
lignant fever last fall, lost, by mortification, a
large p orion .of her cheek, together with a part
of the upper ja-bone. In addition, her jaws
were firmly closed so that she Could not eat and
speak without diffculty.
The first operation was the formation of a new
corner on the left side of the tnouth, as this eor-
ner', with a considerable portion of the upper lhp,
had been destroyed. Two weeks afer this ope-
ration, which was completely successful, a piece


of flesh was cut from the shoulder, corresponding
exactly to'the part'ol the cheek which had been
loa and t ransplanted tp the face. The patient
bort.the operation, which lasted nearly an hour,
wiXth great fortitude. The deformity has thus
been entirely removed from her face, and by the
use of ai instrument constructed on the principle
of the lev-r screw, the contraction of the mouth
has already been so overcome that she can easily
'masticate sold food.

a A/Pillnfor a d uellist.-An apothecary having
re,,sed tolresign 1 seat at a theatre to an offi-
cer's, lady; the ocer feeling himself much
insultpd, sent a chalmge The apothecary was
'piuactwualoa tIhe meetibi%' but observed, that not
having been accustomed to shoot, he had to pro-
pose a new way of seltlin. thedispute. He t en
drew from his pocket a pill box, and taking from
thence two pills, thus addressed h;i antagomb: t:
"As a man'of honor, sir, you Certainlv woul, it
wish to fight me on unequal .terms.; l'?rir ,
therefore, two, pills; one composed (Wf V' .- "*
deadly poison, the other perfec-ty handlss;.
are, therefore, on equal ground, if we ea "h swial
. low (,re; you sAhTll take your choice, ard r prom"
isehfaithfully to fake that which vout',Ove." g
is useless to add, tWat the affair wat settled by i
\ hearty laugh.,

)f \ DISASTER--The Br. ship Rothsclild,. Capt. Fell, 1
e (Liverpoot.bound o a voyage f: om Apalachicola
t t Liverpool With a f i a-argo (41,777 bales of ,Ot-,
t (1oeaid 80 logs of ce ", \alasW re. on Carystbrd
"hhe.eon the night of ap 21soso- Tit> retieve the
ship.om her situation it 6 (O%'ind necssFary to
e hmP16 wreckers, and a rqawshippingofi| board
their s-els about 820bales3t cotton,.they suc-'
o ceeed i th great labor, ir fgqting her atoat, a n c
r arrived this port on theft( llovng day. The s-i'
.eYors Ilknnthe ship have ordevdt her. t,4 be d
> erged hbeaveddown, r f'inher vxarninatiot

he .divers employed to asc t.nn the coitditionof
her bottom i.orted it be much cw and injured by
k;the rocks. -


NOTICE TO MARINERS.


"M ES DELL, Esq.,, ollector
of the Port of Jdizsonjille, E. F.
Dear Sir-I have examined the St. John's Bar,
and re-buoyed the same. The North channel
makes out North by East, and the outer buoy lays
North East by North, from the lighthouse about
three miles distant. There are 3 buoys in this
channel all placed in the channel way; there is 12
feet of water at high water on the Bar. There is a
slue cut out E. N. E. from the light about two
miles distant which has twelve feet of. water in it
at high water-- also placed two buoys in this slue
The course of this channel is E. and W., and the
channel divides N. & E. at the inner buoy. 'I
sounded the bar in both channels, and consider
them at this time both very good. Vessels bound
in must follow the buoys, they all being placed in
the channel way and in the best water to be
found. At the inner buoy there is 18 feet of water
where vessels may lay with prefect safty and wait
for the tide.
Given under my hand,.thts 8th day of May, 1844,
CHARLES WILLEY.
Prevention of Dzielling in the British ,Navy.-
Tha following order has been added to the Admi-
ralty instructions for the British Navy.
1. Every officer serving on board any ship or
vessel of' her Majesty's fleet is hereby positively
ordered neither to send or except a challenge to
fight a dael with any other person of the fleet.
2. Every officer of the fleet on becCM'ing privy
to any intention of the officers to figth a duel, or
having reason to believee that such is likely to oc-
cur, owing to circumstances that have comr6 under
his observation or konwied.-e, is hereby ordered to
prevent such duel, having recourse, if necessary, to
capton or commanding officer.
3. Every officer of ths fleet is hereby ordered in
no manner or degree to evince dissatis'factio with
or to upbriad another officer for refusing or not
sending a challenge, and all officers are strictly
enjoined neither to reject nor advise tLe rejection
d61 a reasonable preposition for the honorable ad-
justment of diflerences that may have unhappily
occired.
4. Any officer of the fl,-et who may be called on
to act as second or friend to an officer intending
to fight a duel is to consider it to be his imperative
duty, and he his hereby ordered, strenuously to
exert himself to effect an adjustment between the
adverse parties, ou terms consistent with the honor
of each ; and should he fail, owing to the determin-
ation of the offended parties not to accept 'honor-
able terms of accommodation, hfe must refer to the
second paragraph of this order.
As obedience to orders is the essential and
governing principal of the naval service, those
officers may rest assured of the support and
approbation of the Admiralty, who, having had the
misfortune of giving offence to, or having injured
,or insulted others, shall frankly explain, apologize,
or offer redress for the same ; or who, having had
ie min.fortune of receiving offence, injury or insult
from another, shall cordially accept frank explana-
tion,apology or redress for the same; or who, if such
explana-tion, apology or redress are refused to be
made or accepted, shall submit the matter to be
dealt with by the captain or commandinig officer
of the ship or fleet; and every oficer who shall act
as hereinbetore directed, and consequently refuse
to accept a challenge., will be deemed to have
acted honorably; and to have evinced a requisite
obedience, not only to his order, but also to the
pleasure of the Queen.
Al Jaw Cracker.-Holfman, a German writer
and a poet, uses the following word:-
Steuarverw eigerunlsverftssungsmassigberec-
htig!" Meaning a man who is exempt by the
constitutioa'fromn'the payment of taxes.
Gum .Myrrh.--We have been shown a peci-
men of this valuable gum4 recently discovered in
Alachua Courtty: The market is supplied from
Turkey and the Eist. We may hope that Florida
wilt now come in and supply the demand.-St.
.ausustine sV'ews.

DIED on Thursday the I lth inst., in Randolph
county, near Georgetown,, H. W, TERRYj after
a short illness.

IMP- We are authorized to an-
nounce ROBER f J. FLOYD, Esq., as a Candi-
date for the Senate from the Western Senatorial
District at the ensuitig election. jy27*


TRANSPARENT WINDOW ,'k 2;
A beautiful article-assorted nalterat.
For sale by B. ELLISiN & CO.,|
ap20 33 Wg+. stu'.


To the American Barn.
THE undersigned contemplates putting to Bress
, the ensuing Spring, the first volume of ,-
-SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE
AMERICAN BAR."
My brethren throughout the United States are
requested to aid rme with contributions from their
respective States, locating particularly the
Scene" or -' Anecdote" in the proper County or
District. As the contributions will be very num-
erous and many of them from the far North and
West, I must request my friends to pay the post,
age on them. I shall be aided in this amusing and
interesting work by some of the oldest and most
distinguished Members of the Sourhern Bat.
.(0- All communications must be directed *tb
me at Pensacola, Florida."
RICHARD ROE.


DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.-The '_tb,i^
has just opened a iresh upply of ,rH,g
Medicines, &c. All order* from the cudwtf.
promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY;
jel cor. Chesttrnt & C iaerce arei.'_


PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &Ct
100 kegs WMte Lead; ;
5 bbls Ltnseed Oil; $6 o tamp;
75 boxs Glass--assorted si-"t:s
100 Ibs Verdegris; hpilft iltusbes; "
Copel Varnish, t'iheragei RAM Lead, &c., 01 .
Just received, and for sle by ..
B. S, HAWL-YEt
jei co'. Chestrtut & Commttee steetV"


K,


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


WINDOW GLASS.-10 box superior 10 x 12
and 12 x 14, window glass, for sale by
CHESTER, FARRIER & McGRIFF,
jel 44 Water street.
TWISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
L he Co-Partnership heretofore existing under
the name and style ot DOYLE & BUTMAN,"
Ship Chandlers and Grocers, Nos. 2 & 4 Delorp
street, Triangle Buildings, is 'this, day dissolve
by mutual consent. All claims due by said-, firm
are requested to be presented, and those indebted
to make payment to T'HO. M. DOYLEV who
will continue the above business on his own ac'-
count, the name of the firm to be u:ed in liquida-
tion only. (Signed) THOS. M. DOYLE,
BENJI. BUTMAN.
New Orleans, June 15, 1844. jy6 1m


Robertsf Allen- & Coy.'
HT AVE on hand'and' or sale:
Sheet and bar Iron; Blacksmith's Tools;
German, English',Blister and Cast steel;
Cauldron Kettles from 20, to 120 galls;
Hollow Ware,, wholesale and retail;
Wrought and, Cut Spikes; Nails;
Brass Andirons; Fire Irons;
Platform Scales,. Beams and Ballances;
Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesale & retail.
Also, a general assortment of Hardware.
They are also prepared to attend to any orders
fvr Iron or Brass Castings, Blacksmithing, Tin,
,Jpper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and Copper
ofing on reasonable-terms, ianI ly
AXES.-A fresh.lot of heavy Kentucky Axes,
A iust received and' for sale by
- 'pl3r B ELUfSON & CO., 33 Water st.
-, . _t. article of (eo_ S. Badger's manufacture,
barrels for sale. by"
"l .,, COURSE,& STONE,
jel 40 Water street.


CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.--THOS. M.
DOYLE, of the late firm of ,*DOYLE,&
BUTMAN," Triangle Buildings, Niw Orleans,,
has this day associated with him in business, Mr.
HENRY BIDWELL, and will continue the
Grocery, Ship Charndlery and Commision Busi-"
ness, at the old stand, under the name and film
of DOYLE & BIDWFLL."
THOS. M. DOYfB,
HENRY BIDWELT..'
New Orleans, July 14., 1844.. 6 In
BAR LEAD-'50lbsbBarLea-
For sale by ..
CHESTER, FARRkOR A M-GRIrF, J
. jeL Wat*er
: ..J.


KUFOR LIVERPQOL.---The tf astWil
4hip SOBIESKI, (ksy, Matter, ha
most of her carg,--:entged, will G
itlm depatch for balance 4.freight of ccvtto
cedar, apply as above, or to.' -.
NOURa & STON
jyl3 46 Water s
C"ORDAGE & OAKUM.-
' 75 coils of Manilla Cordage, &o te
25 bales Oakum, for -e" by eW"
DODbte &t GVTDNER;
apl6 40. .ierg*0e
ROPE & BAGGINGreoAhfern 81^
and India Bagging, for 61e Sv y
ap-20 B ELLISON & CO., Wd. s


Drings and lHedictaeke ,.
Tr HE subscriber has taken the Store in SBal
ell's Buildings, formerly occupied' by Mr. JS
T. Caro, and as early as 15th of May will ta
stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &e., 9&--p
summer use,-and in the fall will have a I._,
complete assortment for couuuy merchants, pwo,,
ters-and physicians. .
ap-20 B. S. 14AWLS.'q^.
M ATTING FOR SUMMER, CARPETS--i
prime assortment just received.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
,ap27 33 Water stret


O N CONSIGNMENT.-20 bbls choice
Beef, in prime order, put up exprelsy
family use. For saleby *
CHESTER, FARRIOR & MoGRIFF, .^
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UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York.
THE undersigned respectfully
inform the MOh Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
DRY, formerly 'known as JAMES
CONNER'S" and more recently as
"CONNER & COOK'S," and the pub-
ic in general, that they are prepared to execute
orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c,
and every other article necessary to form com-
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable
terms, and of as good a quality as any other es-
tablishment in the Unites States.
The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
in style Of face, and the material of which it is
made, particularly adapted foi service in News-
paper Printing.
0j All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order.
N. B.-:Such Newspapers as will copy the above
three times, previous to November next, will be
entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four
times the amount of the three insertions.
JAMB6 CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m
Thomas E. -xray,
SHAVING opened a Tailoring
(Establishment in the room lately
occupied by D. H. Pallais, Esq.
watch-maker, directly over Mr.
F. Kopman's store, where he is
prepared to execute all orders in
a workmanlike manner, and trusts
) .= I to give general satisfaction to
those who may favor him with
Their patronage.
Marc- 23,71844.


WARM SPRINGS.
MERIWETHE-R COUNTY, GEORGIA.
L. THE PROPRIETORS of this waring
|ijjijfj place, have been induced to opeimheir
ilimJHouse for the accommodation of'invalids
nd others, much earlier this season than usual,
n consequence of the many applications that have
jeen made for Board from different parts of the
country, by those laboring under various diseases,
uch as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c all of which
eadily yield to the virtue of the water. We have
heretofore held out more induements to persons
seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to
hose in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
say come, and come early, if you wish to be
benefited. These Springs have proved a certain
:ure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
and in no instance have invalids failed to be bene-
fited who have visited them, for the proof of
which, we can refer to innumerable certificates,
some from the most respectable gentlemen in the
State.
To those in pursuit of pleasure, we wi|l say this
much, that we intend to offer inducements enough
to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
South. We intend to keep a better House than
we ever have kept, (and it is said that we generally
kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirely
new; our houses have all been repaired, and the
whole place presents a new and beautiful appear-
ance, The temperature of the atmosphere is fine,
the thermometer seldom rising above 86 degrees.
Our Baths are in as good order ,as they can be, and
for the benefit of those who have not paid us a
visit, we will describe them : they are 6 in number,
each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressing
room-attached to each, and are so arranged as to
raise the water to any depth required,; our Spring
affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of
water per minute; the temperature of the water
is precisely 90 degrees. The analysis as taken by
Dr. J. B. Cotting, State Geologist, is as follows:
"Height above the level of the sea, 7934 feet-
quantity one wine pint, or 28,875 cubic inches-
specific gravity 0,998--distilled water being 1,000.
GASES-Carbonic acid gas,.... 2 cubic inches.
Sulphurate of Hydrogen,............. a trace.
SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime,.-........ 1 grain.
Carbonate of Iron,................ 3 5 grains.
Carbonate of Magnesia,-........ .10 09 grains.
The temprerature of the Water, winter and sum-
mer, 90 degrees."
A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly
for riding' three miles in length; it leads to the
summit-of a Mountain, where yon behold one of
the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
road has also been made to the well known
COLD SPRING, only Iths of a mile from the
Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it,
to be the finest cold water in the world.
The amusements at the Springs are various.-
The Ball Room is opened nightly and the services
of one (j the best Musicians in this section of the
country, is engaged to take charge of it.
We intend to devote our time exclusively this
season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hope
to be able, between us, to please all, and see that
none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too, will
give his whsle attention.
Our charges will be the same as heretofore,
$30, per month for Board and Lodgihg. Baths,
free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and
sold at fair prices. These Springs are 35 miles
north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green-
ville. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching
here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augusta. Macon
and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and
Hacks run daily from both places here, so there
-ill 1,. -'_ -17-..,.-.,,niment. A foit horso e r taa
also I-~ .-- C 1,. i-.,, ...- ,:r.... a w-eek by th(
way >.'t Hairiltrin,fortlhe Sprmngs.-3
The Proprietors will be ready to receive Com.
pany on the first May.
SEYMOUR R. BONNER.
WILLIAMG. JOHNSON.
The Warm Springs are so well known that w(
do think it necessary to trouble the public with -
long array of certificates, setting forth their claim
to the patronage of the invalid, as well as th(
man of health and please. We will therefore
only invite the attention of.the reader to the fol
lowing letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell, of Colum
bus :
CoLumBUS, March 23d, 1844.
Dear Str-It is due you as the accommodating ,
and co'drteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, o
Merriwether county--It is due the public wh,
may wish to leave their own homes and fireside
during the siekly season, to seek a place w he,
they can enjoy health, and all the comforts
cultiv,-ted and refined society, to point them t
the Warm springss In its Topographical situa
ties, it is uaquestionably inferior to no Watern.
place in the United q^.,tes. The Medicinal vir
rues of its Waters from the Chemical analysis sub
mitted to ti~e public by the States Geologist, ha
aud ever will exert a happy influence ov-er Rhea
matism; ::'.,*.,,.i~iili-; Laryngitis; Hipertitis'; Diar
rhier ; Dysentary; Dispepsy, and all diseases of th
skin and Kidnevs.
In addressing this note to you sir, I have onl
complied with the earnest solicitations of som
kind friends who have been either radical' ci<


or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Wter
of the Warm 'Springs.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of higk' consi
deration your obedient servant,
J., J. BOOWELL.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

NOTIC'E.--Six nontlhs oifter el.e, I will apply
to the Hon. \V. G. l. lDavis, .Jldge of the
CoUity Court o(f fFranklin c,-,,nt.t, fir letters of
dismission from nhe estate 1-fT1ios. H. Thompson.
H. B. S 1'ONE, Administrator.
Apalachioc-.la, May Ili, 1_'11-. myl8 6M
N OTICE-Six i.;>nt!-i after d te I will apply
to the Hn..lude(- of the C.Ounty Court for
Franklin CoUlity, for letters of disitssion on the
estate of John Norton, late of said county, de-
ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April II, ISM. a20 6m
OTICE.-Sis months after late, I shall apply
N to thie Honorable Jnd 4e of tlie County Court
of Jarkson county, for letters of dissimission from
the administration of the estate of John S. Ran-
dolph, late of said county, dec;e-ased.
FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor.
M rianna. Feb. 1 tr, 1844. 'eb5 6m


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Insure Dwelling-houses, Warehouses and Build--
ings in general, Merchandise, Household,,
Furniture, Ships building, Ships in Port"
and their Cargoes, and evary de-" ,
scription of personal Property,
AGAINST LOSS OR. DAMAGE BY FIRE.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.,
R. W. MATIN, Secretary.


N jTlCE.-Nll persons havin-_, claims against
Tlhimns Williamr, late of Jackson county,
deceased, are required to present the same duly
authenticated within th1etrne prescribed by law
or t0is notice will be plead iM bar of their re-
covery. All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate settlement.
THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator.
Marianna, Jan. 19th, 1844. jan22 6m


Tax Notice !
N conformity with an Ordinance, passed by
the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa-
lachicola, March 22d, 1844, entitled "An Ordin-
ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City."
I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied tpon, and will on the 16th day of De-
cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the
Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol-
lowing described property, as will bring double
the amount annexed, together with all costs and
charges of sale.
Blocks. Lots. To whom assessed. i cts.
36 11 A. T. Bennett.......... 22 00
D2 4 ..
C2 15 C. E. Bartlett.......... 8 75
H2 3 L. Birdsal,............ 2 50
H2 4 J. C. Birdsal........... 2 50
F1 9 & 12 Calhoun & Bass,....... 10 00
At 1 John Evans,........... 2 50
D2 t &9g C. Edmondson,......... 29 00
HI 5&16ib'
Imp'd E2 11 John Gilmore.......... 2 50
43 6 F. R. Griffin........... 1 00
1 9 Estate of John Gillispie, 2 25
C2 6 & 7 Jacob Harvey,......... 7 50
Imp'd A2 7 John Kerns,........... 3 50
Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy,......... 2 50
8 2 J. C. Love............. 3 00
17 3 William Low,......... 3 00
B2 11 Charles McKinney,..... 500
Imp'd E2 10 J. Martin.............. 4 25
Imp'd A2 6 Mitchell Marzell ....... 3 25
E2 5 Jno. T. Myrick,........ 5 00
F1 11 Josoh Mitchell,....... 4 50
E2 9 K. McKenzie.......... 500
HI 4 & 17 Maitland & sons,.... 7 00
HI 9 & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6 00
15 8 A. J. Norris........... 3 00
30 7 Ogden & Ferguson,.... 1 25
.Imp'd C2 00 ,an'l. Ryan,.......... 3 25
Imp'd A 00 John Ragan,.......... 2 25
Imp'd A2 2 iirank White,......... 3 00
7 4 rhos. L. Wingate,..... 2 75
F2 15 denry Williams,....... 6 00
rcr:lr. r IoirK l',..
City Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, June 7th. 1844. jel5 6m
Commission Business.
New 'York, March 12th, 1844.
OU- WITH a knowledge of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of tall kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-
turns for all sales effected, and answers to all
orders with which they may be favored.
Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of
Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street.
C O-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.
HENRY BIDWELL, and will continue the
Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commission Busi-
ness, at the old stand, under the name and firm
of DOYLE & BIDWELL."
THOSE. M. DOYLE,
HENRY BIDWELL.
New Orleans, July 1st, 1844. iv6 Im


Tailoring.
8ZP TERMS- Cash on Delivery. _,no
Spring and Summer Fashions just received.
, THE subscriber respectfully
informs the Citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and its vicinity, that having
for the Summer located himself at
the Office of R. J. Moses, Esq., on
Chestnut street,- is prepared, and
will be pleased-on reasonable
terms-to execute all orders in his
line of business, in the latest styles
and warranted to suit.
N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to.
JAS. C. COLEMAN.
Apalachicola, June 1st, 1844. jel tf,


JFrauklin Saperior Court.
* > AT CHAMBERS.


Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't.'
vs. '
-VQDodge,!1MCDuugaid;, Calhoun
N and Bass, trustees of the
;VYraniilin Land and Apala-
' aicol n :Lot. Company;
L-wis Curtis' and George
Griswold, trustees of the
Apalachicola Land Co.;
Mmyers, assignee in
bankruptcy of' George W.
Ross, defendants.'
"T appearing to the J'udge by affidavit filed in
this cause that said Daniel McDougald, James
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis
and George Grisw'old; and Myers, reside
bevoid the: limits of the Territory, to wit: the
said McDougald, Calhoun and Mvers, in the state
of C.horgia; 'the said Curtis and Griswold, in the
state of New York, and the said Bass in the state
of Alabama. ,It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
lished once a week for the space of four months
before the enisuing term of this Court, ii the
iCommercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in
*' "this District, requiring said defendants to appear
and'answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
be taken pz' .confesso: against them.
(cotXjste)
,:: GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
,'Apalachi.14j, May 31st, 1844. jel 4m
.ApalacIhicol a District of Florida.
., In Superior Court--Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
VS.
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
T appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the
said David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
out-of the Territory of Florida, but within the
. United States: It is ordered,/that publication be
made in some newspaper published in the city of
Apalachicola, ,once, a week for four months, re-
quiring him to appear and answer the said bill of
complaint ,on or, before the expiration of that
timp, or the said bill will be taken as confessed
against him, and such further 'order given in the
premises as to the Court may seem justice.
(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F: BALTZELL,
J-&,L. BRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitors forCompl'ts.
1 Apa lachicola, Feb. 28,1844 ..,_, -.mll-4m
Frafrnllin -Superior Court.
Spring Term, 1844..,
A. ,. Semmes,)., .*;
vs. Damages $500-Attatchment.
Elias Simpson, : ...
T HE defendant and all persons interested are
y notified of theiinstitution of the above suit,
and are required to '-ppear and -plead as required
bv law. A. G. SEMMES.
Apalachicola, Jan. i8, 1844, apl20 3m
Franklin Superior Court.
,Spring Term, 1844.
Hyllyer*Busn &. Co..)
vs. ;, 'Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Wm. f-i. 'Shep'6erd.' y "
' rIHE defendant and all persons interested are
17 hereby notified of the institution of the above
*suit, and that I will apply to the Judge of the
Superior Court of Frankin County, at the'Spring
term of said Court, 1844, for a foreclosure of saic
mortgage. A. G. SEMMES, Pifi's Att'y.
Apalachicola,',Nov. 24, 1844. apl20 3m
SFranAklin Superior Court.
W'm. Lawrence,
;:: :" Vs. ,Bill of Divorce
Elizalbeth Lawrence, formerly
Elizabeth Burns. J
T' HE defendant in this case will take notice
JT that on the first day of October next, I wil
proceed to take the depositions of Timothy Smit
inr the above case at the Clerk's Office in the Cit
of Apalachicola, at which time and place th
the said defendant may attend.
t ....R. j. MOSES, Att'y for Pl'ff.

Apalachicola, June 25, 1844. je29 3m
In Jackson Superior Courtt
To the Spring Term, 1844.
Jam Boon, LIBEL-FOR DIVORCE.
Piety 6on. '
IS^defendant in said case, will take noti,
1 that we shaBl proceed to take the testimot
of Dr. Nathan J. Pittmnan, William Gay, Willia
Prector'and" James-Barnes, Esq., on Monday tl
P -S da-- ofMynet t 10 o'clock, A. M,
t he stor of Battle & Bp)tners, t^oW vS
''" North estrotioa, by interrogatories now tiled wi

th : ,. ONE & TAYLOR,
j ra "" S h cit-c fe -C o mnpla'na
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L. A. LeGay,
(AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,)
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
.Z-,,.-o TAKES this method of inform-
s-'^g" ?-+ ing the public, that he has just
returned from New York, with a
new and splendid assortment of
JEWELRY,
Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a
new pattern of beautiful Breastpins-among them
some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and
Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold
and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob
Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Ma.ttle
Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell
low for cash.
FULL JEWELED GOLD WATCHES AS CHEAP AS
SEVENTY DOLLARS.
All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired, and
warranted to perform well. ,
N. B. Persons residing in Apalachicola, or
along the river, wishing their Watches or other
Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to send
them -by trustworthy -h-ands, during-the boating
season, can have H,,_-', r.-;,',-- i ht G M 1 .. ,ay,
and returned witli i ,earl "Nz--lm. rr1ipr-h as
though his establishment were in Apalachicola.
Columbus, Ga., Oct. 15, 1843. 40 tf


L. W. Spratt, q r
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
WILL for the future reside in this city., Al!
who have committed legal business to his
care while a resident of Quincy, Will please ad-
dress him at this place., He win' continue al.egu-
lar attendance upon the courts of Jackson ard
Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at
Tallahassee.
Office over W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street;
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844. : :


James F. Farri r, f
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
May always be found at the office of Farrior, &
Co. No. 44 Water st. He would rcspe,:tfiully so-
licit the patronage of his friends and acquain-
tances. dec25


Ligon & Owens,
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT, LAW,
Abbeville and Troy. Ala.
-'.-LL practice in the C',mty "it Circuit,
V v Courts of thecountiesol Mont:"' Ap., Pikel
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbom', cil. hoping the
iig,,t 1,' Judicial Circuit of the zta'0 1 l arme.
WOODSON L. LIG ht, ,,' t
Abbeville, -rV C'o-a4
HASTINGS E OV S,' I
TrojTPike..a-.l


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


Refers to, "L
Col. A McAllister, H, coAla.-- -
Gen. A J McAllister, \ Ia.^ -
Maj. Jefferson Buford, Erf'1l^la, Ala. -:*', !
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, A.nntgomery, Ala.
Gen'l. John Dill, Fort.xaiues, Ga.~-*. .;
Messrs. Chester & MGrift, Apal'a. F6'
January 125th, 1844; jan29 tf
K'ies ofrIWi'ar'lage. */
TI-HE l;:,U,,,.-iig ari the Rates of \Vhahage oiz
all Cotton, -e.han tise,&c. landed ca-ship-
ped from the ) fy'! Lt this Port: ,. ^
On Cnlt,.n, ,erfaie, [r ed.......t cents.
On, / / :" shipped......6 -'. I
On Go.,&d ei ba I`'l,lnaI ,ded, (, mating fiV cubic fe.et ,r *2oy) lbs. : i
nett, ,]', U, '0 a b,.rre1 -, ..... 3 3 i
O n (I .,-,,d-Z- ". r barrel, sh ipped .... 3 ''-
Sah1t, er sdk, landed... ,..3 ,. >-.
1, .** shipptd.. 3 ot --_C6
Wq~d, per cord............. 5 '.':
L" Iiinber, per 1M feet ..........50 'f
/* B'ick,., per M, ............ ,50 /, 60
/ ,, El~iiniles, per M,...........1.^ :
,. Sacks of meal, corn, oats, or /* [
other. merchandise, containing.-'
'/ not more than three bushels.-', ,
All lumber, salt or merchando1sipe0n,
bunrd vessels or steam-boats, tri ohr,.ves.,, ,
e .- wnar[f, will be
teamboats or rafts, lying at a
charged one wharfage only merchandise
Wharfage on cotton, or ote, a w l d
ed, to be paid by the con ; ad w
p e d b y th e p a r ty ta k in g V e n u m erLt e d
All goods and ^reJndse not enumerated
above will be charge.correspon Iing rates.
Vessels, lighters st a mbos king car
Wharf, and no.t r.. vng, r disclar mg cargo,
,,, ~ EN -"; a tlr te use of the berth tlhe
will be required t
,.. .j and n11y cents Per dayAdmt
,SU T ftllrT ( 1 \\ 0 1(~ r -
s .- two v pl'or boats landing or discthargin_..
..i,% ; itArticle of the Regulations ( the
The ,Alow-,b .. e" iilb
, Te ,Chamber of Commee, be
A n!alncrllC(! *" - *, *


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


DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERHiP..--
_D The Co-Partnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of DOYLE & BUTMAN,"
Ship Chandlers and Grocers, Nos. 2 & 4 Delorp
street, Triangle Buildings, is this day dissolve
by mutual consent. All claims due by said firm
are requested to be presented, and those indebted
to make payment to THOS. M. DOYLE, who
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 lm


To Col. S. R. Bonner.
Warm Springs, Merriwether Co.-a., April 24.
lTTARRISON" APPLE CIDER IA siuperp, r
_-1 article of Geo. S. Bad,"r's manufacture,
in barrels for sale by /, /,
"NTrtTTI A r. r STrfNtf,


An Ordinance
To raise a Fund for the City Hospital.
Section 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of dpalachicola, That from
and aftsr the first day of September next, the
following taxes shall be levied upon all passengers
arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each and
every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fifty
cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving
by sea from any foreign Country, the sum of two
dollars.
Sec. 2. Be itfurther ordained, That the own-
er or master of each and every vessel arriving at
this port, after the first of September next, shall
render without delay, under oath, to the Tre,,-
surer of said city, a true and full amount of all
passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owvner
or master of such vessel, shall pay to the Trea-
suro.r of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and-,
every passenger, for which tax the vessel shall"'
also be held liable; and any owner or master of:
such vessel, refusing or neglecting to comply w ith
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 Ajes3
just received and for sale by '..
Zp13 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water ,
S WEDES IRON.--Assorted size, just rei'd,
and for sale bl b B ELLISON & CO., "..
I s,027 36 Water street.


/ '46 Water street.


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BAR LEAD--500 lb,/Bar Lead.
For saleby / ->
CHESTER, F RRIOR & McGRIFF,
jel / "44 Water street.
SUNDRIES.-40 bbls Cider Vinegar;
2 bbls Coppei-as; 8 mats Cassia;
&; chests Teas, green, black, &c. ..
. 1t kegs SaleIratus; 3 do Nutmegs and Cloves
lNOboxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices;,,
5b~askets Salar Oil; 5 kegs Bar Lead;
31,) ba2s Shot, assorted ; 1 case Sardines;
5 caMes Pickles; 1 do Preserves;
5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale by
l, > DODGE & GARDNER,
t apl6 ,- i 40 Water street.
Roberts, Allen ,& Co.,, t
_AVE on hanid and for sale:
Sheet art bar Ion;- Blacksmith's Tn'3'
\Germran, *''iih Blister and Cast steeili
cauldron I wele t 2ro 20 to 120 galls;-
iln ,V. w, -,hole-ale and retail.-
AVrouah| anl ( -. ut pikesi Nails;
Di'a.s Arndiro- *- FireIrOns;
Platform Tin \\are-i J1 kinds, wholealek retail.
+ -Also, a gei?ral a~sortmrient-i'f Hidware.
Their are atso prepared& to am-tnd 10 any orders
,for Iro-n or:as Castit;s, Bl...initht. Tin,,
Copper,-or Sheet Iro.wotk, or-7-in and Copper
Roofing oa-ieasonable terms. janm ly


-. -- .. -, -'e t o -- .
,, ,-f.e cotton shall be allowed three
,a I'.o".reir cotton to remain on ttle wharl, and
'riiq two days, without hincrrin~g extra
1-1'ellie. Ifafterrinfifinatinn by the wharfinger,
\I he'v,.i it to remain a longer time, tlhev shall,
I sn0 un extra wharfage ot 61 cents per bale, for.
l,; twenty-four houis that it remains thereaf-
;r. Wood ancl lu 'ber shall not be allowed to,
_-1 ain more th an twenty-four hours without in--
*u r rini! an ex0ra wharfage for twenty- four hour&:
hereafter." L
All bills-ill be presented monthly for collec-.
tion. : NOURSE .& STONE.
Ap:,alachldola, Dec. 4, 1S43. tf
CHAIRS! CHAIRS!! -Received per ship
Mariana- ,'.. ,
10 do7in Cane Seat Maple Chairs,
3 '1 f, curled f"
2 Boston Rocking Chairs,
1 01 Mahogany" '
Also-' ofas, Sideboards, Beaureaus, Tables,
Bedsteadl Washstands, Curled Hair Mattrasses,
Feathersi,&c., all of which will be sold' low foir
C ash, by f PETER HOBART.


OTICE.-The undersigned have this day
formed a partnership under the name and
style of "GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the transac-
tion of a general Wholesale Grocery and Com-
mission Business. D. GOLDSTEIN,
JOHN R. BEERS.
Columbus, April 1, 1844. ap13 2m
NOTICE-The partnership heretofore existing
in this place between the subscribers under
the firm of PRESTON & MACLAY," is this
day dissolved by'mutual consent.
THOMAS PRESTON,
J. C. MACLAY.
Apalachicola, May 8th, 1*544. mll 1m
NOTICE.-The co-partnership heretofore ex-
Misting in this place between the subscribers,
under the firm of MOORE & McKFNZIE, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.'
JOHN M. MOORE,
WILLIAM A. McKENZIE.
Apalachicola, May 18, 1844.
TT'RESH BUTTER.-17 kegs Goshen Butter,
J?' a prime article, just received from New York
Spe" brFg Morea. For sale by1
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,I'EGAL NOTICES.
iraua inia Superior rourl.
H '' AT CHAMBERS.
t J. Floyd, comnp't., !
: ,. ._ t. l-IN HANCERY.
s and Griswold, et al, j
,. defendants. | l '
appearing to the Court f'om F idavit filed in
lig CiaufS, that said Lewis Ct is and George
g1|Wold, trustees of the Apa.:_chicola Land
inpany, and said John M. Berrien and David
NAde, who are defendants in said cause, reside
)veond the limits of this Territory, to wit : the
dk Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
6rk.;.-and the said Berrien and Selden in.the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
Btblished once a week for t he, paceoffotir months
lib, e "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper
.te,1 in this district, before the ensuing term
of S.d& Court, requir-ing said defendants, and each
fof- nthm, to appear and answer, otherwise the
k complainautts bill will be taken pro confesso:
B against them (a cop--teste.)
S. GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
'.Apalachicola, May 30th. 1,s44. -el 4m
B ranIklin Superior Court.
.lb er+ FT CHAMBERS.
obert May, comp't., ]
* ,. ,"s NC.NEY
Curtis and Gri'swold; et al., IN CHANCERY.
***defendants. j
'TT appearing to the Court from affidavit filed
,y^J in this cau'e, that said Lewis Curtis and
)Gerge Griswold,' trustees of the Apalachicola
'.*an.d Company, and said John M. Berrien and
Avid Selden, who are defendants in said cause,
5 "', beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit:
the-sail Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
'York; 1a- the said Berrien and Selden, in the
*statr of Gei'vgjj. It is ordered, that a. notice be
published once a \veek for the space of four months
in trle "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
said Coi.irt, requiring said defendants, and each
I of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
*/ complainants bill will be take pro confess:
against them.r (a copy-teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1S-14. jel 4m


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DIRECTORS.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, ROB'T McCOSKRY,
JAMES BRYAR, HE.'NRY PARISH,
JAM.ES McBRIDE, REUBEN WITHERS,,
JO (IN ADAMS, WILLIAM SCOTT,
JOHN HAGGEPTY, F. SUYDAM,
G. C. VERPLANCK, PETER I. NEVIUS,
JOHN JOHNSTON, -,ICHARD IRVIN,
JOs. KERNOCHAN, C. V. S, ROOSEVELT.,
JOHN I. PALMER, E. D. HURLBUT,
P. LORILLARD, GE0. P. POLLEN, .
JAMES McCALL, WM. COLGATE,
LOWELL HOLBR OOK.
The undersigned have been appointed agents
of the above Company, and are empowered to is- /
sue policies of insurance against loss or damageo
by fire, on as favorable terms as other good offices.
NOURSE & STONE; : f
Apalachicola, March 23,1,_-%44. 46 Waterst. ,.,..
rpHE ETNAA INSURANCE COMPANY ot"
At. Hartford, Conn.-The under-igrned agent for,
the said Company, is prepared to issue policies orf'_
Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on.
rivers, on favorable terms. The capital of the/
above company is large and invested in the safest
possible manner, and its settlement of losses has
always been prompt and liberal. -I
DAN'L J. DAY, Agent. .
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844. ( }'
rpHE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTICN
r INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartfoip,'
Corin., with full power to receive proposals ad
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss'or
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and hu-
land risks. The reputation of this company for
settling losses with promptitude and liberalit is.
well known. DAN'L J. DAY, J
Apalachicola, April 8,1844.
Win. Sydney Green, 1q. D.
DR. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres-
sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure'
them that it shall be his constant endeavor, to rtn-
der himself more useful in his profession.
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VOLUME IL] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1844. [NUMBER, 31. v

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r OUUERVl L ADVERTISER CARDS. 4# j p @ rnw ill ')la 0 A tremendou .burst of thunder and lightningstar- THE MEMOIRS! OF COUNT ROSTOPTCHIN. '.
tied him for a moment; but he was proceeding to A lidy one day said to the celebrated Count t ,

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Wm. G. THE.:FLIGHT OF TIME. cross when his ears tingled, his head turned giddy, R;>?NMtchin; that he cught to write his memoirt.
Porter & Co. .
and while the earth heaved beneath his own feet, :
BY : The! next day the Count handed her &little roll
DOMETCE; & j. L. \VY IAN. aDEALERS IN MERCHANTS.GOODS AND COMMISSION' I I j BY J. 3. PERCIVAL. he saw the whole opposite side of the gulf lifted of pope What have you here f asked the .

No. 41 Water Street i Faintly flow, thou falling river, up with a horrible deafening noise, then the cot- lady. I have obeyed your commands," replied -
Biltzell's of 1.'a dream that dies away; tage itself, with all round it cast, as he thought, he "I have
cctlird story Buildings, corner nov25 ly .: ApalarMcola Fla.. ; written my memoirs: here they .. 1
o.1 D.n thf ocean gliding ever,
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"ommene & Chestnut streets, unruHed to the ground: and buried forever. The sturdy are. '
L. calm
McKay & Hartshoriic pthy way youth, for the first time in his life, fainted The
; Tin Wits such a silent motion away lady was not a little surprised by the
rIREE: DOLLARS PER ANNUM, COMMISSION MERCHANTS Flo: t u along on wings of air, and when his senses returned, found himself pitched promptness of the performance ; and hastened to
t AT pJ.fABLI: IN ADVANCE. No. 40 Water street, To eternity's dark ocean, into his own premises, but not injured, the peruse the following morceau, the caustic wit

of ten lines or less (twent'lines nova_Apalachicola, Florida. Burying all its treasures there. blow having been broken by the vines. and piquancy: of which will remind the reader of ,
Alr>rti ra2ntB: But, on looking in horror towards the site of the the keen satire of Voltaire.
i in proportion: ,) conspicuously inserted JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. Roses bloom, and then they wither
rile( cottage up the hill, what did he see there ? And
Cheeks are bright, then fade and die : AIT MEMOIRS OF MYSELr AS I AM.
follotfin; rates : J. Jay &: Co. ; ,
the what did he mould
K Shapes of light wafted hither see, forming a new furlongs
D iIO ealr. .. ...,$10 0) 1 1 OJ.e month, ... $2 50 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Then, like visions are hurry by ; down the side of the hill, almost at the bottom of Written in Ten Minutes. _
:.! IIiJ13! "..... .. .10J1ITuecweeks.200! No. 52 Water street, Quick as clouds at evening driven the glen, and in his own very homestead? Chapter I. My Birth. On the 12th diy of
lI ....5:: JJ i 1'15 weeks ... .1 10Co JanSly Apalachicola Fla.
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O'er the colored from darkness into the
iJI-ee I many west, Antonio's cottage. Antonio's cottage, with tha March, 1775, I emerged
.. -t OJ I II I One insertion,. ...1 00
month W. A. & P. C. !{ain, Years are bearing us to heaven, almond trees, and the bee-hive, and the very car light of day. I was measured, I was weighed Iwas
n.a airertissnents are sent: without any spe- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i Home of happiness and rest, { and dog, and the old man himself, and the iu gh- baptised. I was born without knowing a
ICII, + drectiols as to the number of 1I1serdon9r.qlr No. 4 Columbus Block. SONG. ', ter, (both seneseless all come, as'if in the fathers wherefore, and my parents thanked heaven with
: : 1, it ivll be understood that they: are to Apalachicola.Liberal words, to beg him to accept them Such awful out knowing for what.
I be 9lhsheJ: CNTIL FORBID; they will there- advances made on Cotton shipped to'' Give Rich me odors the flowers the air that breathe pleasantries, to speak, sometimes take place in Chapter II. My Education. I was taught all ".. k

'I for 0' co f ttnued: at our discretion! and charged Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also in Oh, who would on twine a;scentless wrefcth the midst of nature's deepest tragedies, and such sorts of things, and learned all kinds language
11CCJ'd"I: I3 to the foregoing: rates. |I store. nova ly Scorning the balmy fair exquisite good may spring out of evil. By dint of impudence and quackery, I sometimes
&,irai Iivrtis3nent5: of which! the term of pub- And give me hearts that glow For it was so in the end if not in the intention. passed for a servant. My head has become a r
iiitw.i n 5i4 y law, will only be excepted D.V ood & Co., Beneath their maiden mould The old man was (together with his daughter he library of odd volumes, of which I keep the
fog the above rule. COMMISSION: :\1 E It C II ANT S. Ah, what avails the fairest brow, had only been stunned by terror) superciliously: key.
3 ,:.uj. \viva alvertiss by the year a liberal disvill No. 23; Water street. When all within is cod! frightend by the dreadful circumstances, if'not affectionately Chapter III. Sufferings. I was tormentedby

'cant > !bjmiai. ; but all advertisements nutSIIctY j janl Apalachicola, Fla. Give me the hand to wake moved by the attentions of the son of masters ; by tailors who made tight dressesfbrme

prtl.l1.1 to.their own business, as Harper &; Holmes The spirit of the lyre, his old friend, and the delight and religious trans- ; by women, by ambition, by self love* by
will a all I 1'd. l ilwrtisa ne:its: gent in by them, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Not coldly measured chords that make ,port of his child. Besides, he thought the cot- useless regrets, by kings, and by remembrances
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will b.' urfd; at the: JsUil rate No. 31 Water The form without the fire ; tage and the almond trees, and the beehives! had Chapter IV. Privations. I have been deprir-
Slta1 n'i'Ee.n'at3 01 ciiduits! for office, willOionrgiiJ street, And, give me, more than all all corne miraculously safe down the hill (uphenomenon ed of three great enjoyments of the human spe*
: KIVB no.tvus d-iring tlie: canvass, jan23 Apalachicola, Fla. The answering pure to prize "_ i wHich has frequently occurred it I: these cies-thelt, gluttony and pride.
,lvih!' 1.1 .41 t ,;i33 11\ ..t.1"'J.t1 = The: soul that soars from earthly thrall V. Memoriable
David G. I alley, To conuiuuioii: with the tkies extraordinary land slips,) the (flower gardens, on Chapter. Epochs. Attheageof t
\\1 Cm n'JI. ltloH'h.!1 ihnissifole,) of a COMMISSION: v:; FOR \ .MERCHANT which bees feed, were* alm.._ all destroyed; his thirty I gave up dancing ; at forty, my endea
pen' ul or inltvid'iil ntt'ire, or uuifs of new AND J) .\LEH. KNT GOODS, property lessened his pride lowered ; and when vors to please the fair sex ; at fifty, my'regard of '
iar'tiuj! =, g-..ni &c.:: will he charged for as No. 43 Water stre t. STORY 0? AN EARTHQUAKE.BY the convulsion was well over, he consented to become public opinion ; at sixty, the trouble of thinking;

dl'eI11"t e beats, at our discretion.S.N : J 1I123 tIn _Apalachicola Fla. LEIGH HUNT.We the inmate for life of the cottage of the enchanted and I am now become a true sage, or egotist)

iJ. EHisoii & Co., must close this article wit /a love story, in couple. which is the same thing.
':0'hn: ( ill'i.viiii :.:enthnen are our authorigeits DEALERS IN MISChJLLXEOUS' ::: GOODS, connection with the dreadful earth.make of 1723, He could never attain however, to tile innate Chapter VI. Moral Traits. I was stubborn
1'ef a ( ; and tuey are e.npowereJ to receipt A:\L) COMMISSION 'lf HoCL1A TS, which destroyed) Messina: s.vept into the sea, in delicacy of his child, and he would sometimes, a, a mule, capricious as a coquette, frolicsomeas
"r t'IeJJ.n. it ")t'I.ly su.riptioas: ; 2drertiseneit3 No. 33 '.,'.Iler street, one moire:;t, nearly} three thousand persons on the with a patient sigh, intimate the table what a a child, lazy as a dormouse, active as Bonaparte -
.. ot MC :irntin;, to be tbr.virded to us:- decl ly_Apalachicola! Fla. opposit< co jstScyilla, t<> etnerv, ith their prince.* pity it was that she had not married; the rich and : and all at my pleasure. '

g. c,1LDERSI.tti: Marianna, Fla. E. R. FLSWELLEX.: M. M. 13urj.rituvcllcii The reader may believe i".vv'i-z ,1t. i"la.
J. Augu-tins: iV BuH, pleases, but the extraordinary circumstance on Maria would gather one of}her husband's feat: between : having been able to conquer my countenance, I

Gias )\, Q incFla.. 'F ACT U it ::; te COMMISSIONMCiiJUANTS. which it turns is oily, one, of a multitude of phenomena her own under the table, and with a squeezeof i let loose the bridle of my tongue, and contractedthe
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I ; all equally true and marvellous. it, that repaid him ten f .ld for the mortification : b..d habit of thinking aloud. This procuredme
,1.3 I:-.: !Bro.Vk'3 Ferry, Fla. No. 2 Columbus ulock G-iiaepMe, a vuul ; vine grower, m\ a village at would steal a look at him, which slid J possess some pleasure and many enemies.
A. S. Paz:;v+root, Aloiny, Biker Co., Ga. "
te all which it is ; for desire. Cha.tter: VIII. What I'vvaa and what I might
_._. .. ... Apjlacnicola, Fid. the toot of nv>u.ituns looking towards Mes- possible me to
,& Lib rat .i'U\nc2S mile oa L .Jitun :) \Iedto sin, vas i ii !I' ve with Maria the daughter of the have been. I have been very sensible of friend.
CARDS. '_>o v x"or.Liverp; >"l:llJr iJnr>. '!'ii'ii'i richest boefrus of the }>iace, and his\j atlection, Wives and Sifters.-A deal of mischief and ship and confidence ; and if I had been borne in
h ----- to th -t-\. ; ;(i 2n.a;i I.1 & ilia n'a..f, ed. The} old m.m, though he had encouraged: himat the interference of relatives between map and 5 5.I
: ORLEANS, COLu.raG .c.&c. C'i.L.il3oi.A\! : .' .) IMiltV.MJ .\I. JING wife and instances the of have
> first, wished iu-r to parry.,t in : in many: unhappine; a Chapter IX. Respectable Principles. I :
1D/EK.J PISE J M12NT.SlV. .. : I C.I.; \\Td.. the city heCllu tiie latter was richer, and of a married couple's existence is owing to the weakness I never meddled in any marriages or scandal. I '

;' 'ax" :'\1 \ '-" .'- \ '11 '. ) "') "11rhclcu; :a, Florida.W.M. huh, <;r st-vk ; but the girl had a great deal of sense of the wife, and the malignity or mistaken have never recommended a cook or a physician \ I
'I'.a .JJ J .JJ.L; !. o..u ..;: ..;1D :1. .I"\..:.Inrt)1J..t awjll dS feeling, and the father was puzzled how kindness of her friends. and consequently have never attempted the life ,

; IliO; Vet'caesreete: Jo I\ iin/VAY. 1 t.) aspirate them, the faimlies, having long been A woman should look upon her husband: :ys her of any one.
NSW ZOd'; LIJ.ri! I.; .jc-s t.j ..j.- ,.. t,.!:tu"* oo bi i.norl foin '1.CUll, itiid. He did every thin; in his power to only friend, and in all cases! wherein he KfFers Chapter X. My Taste. I took pleasure in ;
PILA'nEil.i Fill .ALL, I .aprtor.as. !; :,'Jr -, : ;'. -.1 \C'-.... i"L: 'J;'t ..n, Liverpool- ur r-j >dcr the visits DI' the lover uucomfor'tjble ro with any branch of her family she should aume small parties, and was fon4 of a walk in the .)
d.l\'fi d 1'l it fact that he i is in the and herself woods. I had veneration for the '
L. trIERC11AST :. .cjs, : 1- both parties ; but as they saw through: his cbjtct, as a right govern an involuntary
r.\L-ll! ''Mjnt.oingtoii: ------- ..., :and live can endure agre it deal, length ti- oughthimself accord!ncrly. \VIi'neverany one \whispers a sun, and his setting often made me sad. Of colors : i
oc it3., : C 3c J. Si.CO.M.M1 Ajtti, com .,-Ikd 1 to mike: use ofiiuult. Contriving tile to her derogatory to her husband, she should I preferred blue ; in eating, beef and horseradish
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.\o..1 BO.fJf! I" .lllr sl.N11I lOX1 .; It C 1 ANT S look the tale hearer the of their the \
a* for drinking, cold water at theatre
YJ.ta therefore! one day: to .proceed (form r.ne mortifying upon enemy ; ; .
-._ ---, unyl lyNo. No. .j:) Water street, word to another he took upon him. as ifin happiness in the first place, and in the second comedy and farce; of men and women; itten, J
u\J'C\\. Ct'Hli.e, Apdldci; ola. rignt nf office, to anticipate his daughter's usual place as a despicable impertinent person: as open and expressive countenance. Hunchbacks 't .
0111t1SI d )lEJ ClIA T rr, Liberal York.advance; in ule on Cotton shipped toNew nttetion to the parting gucst, and show him out of all tale bearers are. In short, as Miss P.rrdoe of both sexes always had a peculiar charm for -t

.) Cainl\, TchoupHoulas- :stI nova lTZios. the door hitpself, .tddi:,ig a broad hint t that it might says in the subjoined extract, when a w man .. me, which I could never define.
I New Ol1l"1 L la. L. Jlitchci! be is well if lie did nut retunt very soon. marries she should cive up her heart, feelings, Chapter XI. My Dislikes.'t
R,-.crs t.i-,lorssrs ilo\er & holies, COMMISSION: & 1<' 0 itV An. DIN G Perhaps, Signer Antonio,' said the youth and fancies to her husband, and never allyw a sots and fobs, and to intriguing woman who madea
j\.l .) tl tar "1>.lhchICl)1a, Fli.isp M .;il(;HANT. piqued lit last to say something harsh himself, sister's i influence to be superior to his. For the game; of virtue ; a disgust for affection ; pity
.' -- ---. No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola. you do not wish the son of your old friend to return joy, tranquility and comfort of her existence is for made up men-painted women ; an aversionto
: \itnT l'.rrixcorrVM A n. \VVATT.Sj dec. ly at all ?' dependent; upon her huslnnd ;-and, if they Cannot rats, liquors, metaphysics and rhubarb ; and a '
piticolt 1d r yatt, Perhaps! not, said the bee-mnster.: live in amity together, they will look in vain terror of justice and wild beasts.
jl3JJoc. | ln1.HS'IERCHANTS, 1)olge;; dk Gardner, What: said the poor lad, losing all courage, for comfort and respectability in any of the other} Chapter XII. Analysis of my life. I await
:?\J. 2NJV L'-we and 4 \:oo'a.ntoulas! ', st. GROCEHS 5c CO.I.lISIOSIEltCIIAXT5, and his anger; ii the terrible thought of his never relations; !: of life. death without fear and without impatience. My t

-. JJBV703LB4IS. ;,2' 1'Jy No. -J\\) Water street, having: ; any more 01 these beautiful lettings out of There i is a decree of intimacy and communion; life has been a melo drama on a grand stage
J. t. "I"oIHllallCo.-- declS Apalachicola, Fla. the door by Maria; what do you mean to say ? 1 may of fho'nht. and feeling existing between sisters where I have played the hero, the tyrant, the
that cannot: : remain unbroken after marriHPurf : : \ lover the nobleman but the valet.
C 0 M .\1 S S ON ME\C Sallulcl Schiefer.; not hope to be invited .jguii even: by yuurseliV ; never
IS Commerce ANT S, WIIOLL&A & DETAIL GROCER that ynu' yourself'will never again invite nie, or > and beautiful as i is the tie of sisterhood, it is Chapter XIII. Bounties of Heaven. My great
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Orleans Lav \ ;\0.4P Water street. corne to see me ?' not riglit: that it should continue in all its strict- happiaess consists in being independent of the

*- ,'*"* \iovl" : )_ ly j.ml Apalachicola, Fla. Oh, we shall:: all cone of course, t(' tie creat necsn',id exclusiveness: when marriage' has dividedtivm three individuals who govern Europe. As I 801 .
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loatIS: crtl'.aaI\ \T Signer Giuseppe,' slid the old man lO?kr,, s:t.'Oft'- i : : for t'.e'. hu bald has still stronger; claims sufficiently rich, meddle not with politics, and
W. A. Wood, .- Ii. n-ift and it is this exist little for music of I have noth
CM >l.StON ,tIEltCfif' ful'all, cap in ha.id. i n ) > : impossible can care very course
'o. ;34 CO 1\ COMMISSION FORWARDING MERCHANT, 'Ny, flt)',' rein. ..-- -"iv.l) if the tie of sisterhood is retained in ing to do with Rothschild,Metternich, or Rossini.
treet
YEW ORLEANS 1mQ1: > AND. SHIP CHANDLER, propitlJtiol: 'rli! w.d: i'ii/-! )::1 dare t'ieia.: .-i- : /i. .',! r-rrvr power.TV I Chapter XIV. My Epitaph. lies, in
.- nuv No. 23; Water street, look in i .. i f hope of an old deceased devil, with a
some :nori.iz I ;in II.!: (.1/4 -\.n', u'iJ i \\' i repose
"BIiiES'\ E;?'-TRIANGLEiylc B'ILOi.. A 'tlacliicola. nova ly ;fi out exhausted heart, and a used
S. chat abu jM,,i :i''a.d:: ; i pilots, hen.i.,1, i J.nr".l/S Trick.-LordTynham's French .worn spirit, an
> & RHwell, Moore fe; Mcl{.ciizit, blu:hin r, YO') was; r;:e'I brit,'; M ,nawit.i' > Ji, .i.? I, .'- :: *. rrsnecf; a monkey as to make him useful up body. Ladies and gentlemen, pass on!I"
+HlP NDLKrtS oc GROCERSefjrd /, COMMISSION MERCHANTS um used to d., ; an-1 I wo:Tt attempt I to s-jj tier I \'i 'i.Vickie his= poultry and winged garne for the
'.M stet, corner of Front Leveeat No. 3-2 Water street, till then.' I s if. Trie monk y was: ore day following his; oc- HINDOO FABLE..
i >TJ- Natchez street, Apalachicola. 0i! we'll all ccin, of ccur e" slid Antonio, "IJ'dio'l at the open window of the back kitoiien There is a fable among the Hindoos, that ft
'r ORLEANS.. JHN" M. MOOR > i impatheutly'cat, dog and all ; and when we do,' ::'ul> !Lad just plucked one of a brace of partridges, thief having been detected and condemned to die>
i. A. MCKENZIE, 5 nova ly added he, in a very insignificant tone, ''you may when a hawk pounced upon it and carried it oft: thought upon an expedient by which he might be
WH.OLE\LE: .\ND RETAIL DEAL, .t come again yourself.' Poor Pug was in a sid fright, well knowing the rescued from death. He sent for the jailor, and
t.S In rifHlUf Varnishes Turpentine anr! 1 Farrior & Co. Guiseppe tried to laugh at the jcst/and thus licking:: that awaited him. J\"if desper andwn, told him he had an important secret to discloseto
Now &c. Will keep constantly or I COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMfRCHANTS stilll propitiate himself; but the old man hasteningto however, was his n. and when he had done so he wouldbe
U, a good assortment: of the above as follows : shut the door, angrily cried, Ay, cat, dog a'ia : no, and the remaining: partridge, and laid,the ready t.: aThe King sent for him to know
BITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 No. 44 Water-street, all, and the cottage besides, with Mam's dowry bird in the window. The hawk, pleased with what this secret was. He told him that he knew
.nite and Red Laid, dry ; Venetian lied; nova, Iy Apalachicola, Fla. along with it; and then you may come again and the Iji' \t t, returned for another tit-bit, when MunsczM the art o:* pn.ducinjc trees that should bear gold. .;
ellow and Oxford Ocrte; ivory Black ; not till then. And so saying he banged the door, ,; him, and in spite of his scratching The King,' accompanied by his prime minister n
nrome Green and Saxon do ; \ S. B. Hamilton, and giving a furious look at the poor pale Maria, s,Teieliinr, plucked him alive, and laid him ;.r.d courtier, ...d priests. came with the thief to a,
Spanish: and Wench Brown; Blue Black DEALE IN READY MADE CLOTHING, went into another room to scrawl a note to the : the partridge down belore the cook, and with a certain: s..or, "' ;ere they began their incantations
rreca and Bhs Verditter; '. \ No. 47 'Water street, young;, citizen. | es'ure stronger than language, seemed to say :- I The tllll'! rvy y reduced a piece of gold, declar
;hrome Vellrw and Orange;; d \' dccl ly \ Jlpaladiicola, Fla.K. The young citizen came in vain, and Antonio It's all right ; there's our brace of birds-a fair ling, th..t if f.-\ .: if; Xr mild produce a tree, every
'E COLOR:Ultamarme an Cobalt- Y grew; sulkier and angrier every day, till l at last he exchange is no robbery." bnr.ch ri unici'i! ...b nid bear gold, but,' ,added
allow Lake and CnmsoT, do; \ Miller &; Co. +urod his bitter jest into a vow; exclaiming withuli he, 4 f ors: .n: ':s-r be 1 ui in the ground.br a person

P do. and Xntwerp Blue; Inifan Red'hanese DEALERS: IN*. CLOTHING* 'BOOTS, SHOE=, n (/: that Guiseppe should never have his .ftdvire to Young Ladies.-Addison says-*" I : pencil} : \:1l'H I im not so, and thereforepaw
Vermilion ; E'1.rlish do; -' HATS, &c. I .i :agutpr, I till he, (the father,) daughter, dca.t, have found that men who are really most fond of : *! 10 :, ..,:; .\,1 :.'s_y.' The King replied,'When I .
Jwdyke Bnroi; Turkery Umbre; \ Corner Water and Chesnut streets, i I'ts-r0, l bee-hives and all, with her dowry of atm the society of ladies, who cherish for them ahigh w i erra de Seine Purple Brown ; Yak k do' Apalachicola. no\'lly : A trees to boot, set out some fine rooming to respect, are seldom the most popular with the ...- i.icn,although a triffc prevents my being
;
;rocus Martis Mineral Green ; H. R.: : Wood 1..> 5 ,' young vinedresser to accept them.? pe\ Men of great assurance, whose tongues are ther.{ i ier peisoo. 1 pass it;.,therefore, to my
1 {:Herald and iris Green, &c., &c. NOTAtt 1 T Maria grew thin and pale, and Guiseppe lightly hung, who make words supply the placeof priuH- r.r. +,stCr.' The latter said 'I receive the
L S & BR JSHJS-Li iseed Oil ; Do. boil 31 Water-street V PUBLIC, { lurk,. : tithe better, turning all! his wonted jests ideas, and place compliment in the room of taxes from the people, and as I am exp ed to
I ymtTurpentie; Sperm Oil; 141nt marl tv.N \ into: J.K, and even interrupting his work to sit sentiment, are the favorites.: A true respect for rcai.j. temptations, how can 1 be perfectly hooest? )
Brushes um No. 1 to GU00,000; Apalachicola I FlaP \ and loo'c towards the said almond trees, which for- women leads to respectful action towards them, I thVre'bre! give it to the priest.' The priest r
a.rDlsb do. oJaUaiza; \ iloba.'t, med beautiful clump on an ascent upon the other and respectful is usually distant action ; and this pleaded the same as to his conduct in receiving
Sash' Tools frot ?'o. llo 8; Badger Hair MANUFACTURER!U DEALER INCABWKr \ side of the glen, sheltering the best of Antonio's great distance is mistaken by them for neglect : sacrifices. At length the thief exclaimed 'I :
artist:1 Sable rtchSM, !lit and round; FURNITURE, beehives, and-composing a pretty duvrv for the want of interest.Evening.Evening. know not why we should not all four be hanged,
Is do; Imi'B: of, all sizes; Up Stairs, XO' >12' Wdter Street, pretty Maria, which the father longed to see in since not one of us is honest.: The King was so
saMe, & C1mell1ir J Pencils, H and 1 Ain long dec14 lv Apalachicola. the possession of the flashy young citizen. is a precious time for pleased with his ingenuity that he pardoned him.
oc* and KaUcnine Brushes: ; I1lichael A. o i a. One morning, after a very sultry night, as the t rrien-ls who live together. Married people knowit '
j hrktn:; Bru he, rOI1:1d.aud: fiat AUCTION AND COMMISSION IfXyors MERCHANT i', poor youth sat endeavoring to catch a glimpse of VV---11, and brothers and sisters know it too. Honor is to justice as the flower to the plant;
.,:ru)ln,; and She brushes! ; I' No. 23 Water 'her in the direction, he observed that :tae clouds}: Contrary to the flowers of nature which close efflorescence, its bloom, its consummation ,But t
\\V pikers, Mahmwy, Sriined and Patent flo; Sale 1Jays .WEnNEsnAYs street, gathered in a very unusual manner over the cou '.t- their chalices at the close of the day, the loveliest honor that does not spring from justice is but a '
| ; and'.1fo P ito; and SATURDAYS., try and then hung low in the air heavy and unjnovable. flower cf friendship-confidence--loves mostto .I piece of painted rag, artificial rose,'which the '

Clothe Ant1n?> ?"aocy 21d Saving: brushes: \\ l'l. ft. Wood, o Towards Messina the sky l looked sj expand itself at evening, and breathes forth men miliners of society would palmupon; cat _
Fancv ;..and Hahdo;' Grate and Horse do;; AUCTIO ER AND COMMISSION, AGENT firey that at first he thought the city was: on fire, its fragrance most:;; gladly I under the protection more natural than true.
I F cater DlLter.;d\\ \ No. 31 Water-street !'Jill an unusual heat affecting his own skin, and :i twilight and silence. Then talk we over the
C R15HE l '): bite; Coach do; marl ly \ Apalachicola, 1 1SEWA smell of sulphur arising, and the little river at IllsJe questions of the day; then conclude we peace; jln Enormous Cat Fish.-A. cat, fish wa
Al abtnet i3hin//nd \ f nit ore do; ; __ Fla. t assuming a tinge of a muddy ash color, he with our hearts, if we have opened them beforeto caught a few days since in the mouth of the
1N1Stlc. for cs& DI A. F. PALatER.f : kenw that some convulsion of the earth was at cur friends; then seek we reconciliation from Licking opposite Cincinnati, Ohio, which a paper ". '...
tr DOhW GLA.sf-Q.riOOhoxs' assorted sizes 't>f SC\1at'd Dill, & Co.. hand. His'immediate impulse was to cross the heaven, and offer it to the world, ere yet the of that city says, measured nine, feet five inches ; ,
1 ci : En*li !/and Am ican. \\ AUCTION & 60MMISSION MERCHANTS, .old, and with mixed anguish and deligiat, again night comes; and then sleep we so sound and in length, nine inches between the eyes and, .:
Mic ed Pai T*of all CT"'for Steam Ralt No. 9 Water street. I 'o'find himself in the cottage of Anton giving sweetly. weighed four hundred and forty-seven Ibs. ,
' tPPing' and P nta inn' u*; together with 1 .t.UC1Lib ral !advances made on all consignments he father and daughter all the help in his power
et J of articl in the PaL\ ng line, too gum and business eluusud to them will be. Jl BoastA young fellow boasting of his gallantry Maiden Mot ,ty.-The Lowell Herald sql
s to meitio \ ivft 1 y I promply at nded to It is calculated that ahout 40,000 souls perish- observed, I can marry any girl I please." there is a maiden lady in that city who is' so ez. '.
: 1 Refers to-LANE & I AI\ Boston e in this convuhion. In the greatest of all] the That< may be," rejoined companion, for tremely nice in her notions of femalf. modesty
LZTdAS1 NAVY BREAD.-50 bbls piioiI t l C that she turned off her washer'-woman because> "
L CRY Coop Portland, Me. Si cilian_..oarthquakes: that of" 1783: the earth you cannot please any."
S + for sale by \ S. \VuTR"Hallowell.i okjbut, :'fou; minutes: and overthrew l.lot'aJ: He said no more of his'success among the fait; she put her clothes in the same tub with thcG&r v l J%.i F
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J : LATE RIOTS N THE CITY OF PHIL- loving and constitution loving portion of the torn- # LATER FROM MEXICO

OIlMERCIL'lDVERTISER. i For the Commercial Adverti er. THE munity should staid! out and shelter both ot'icers The New Orleans Courier Jm received(
EDUCATION No. 7. ADELPHIA. and soldiers who were engaged on that fearful. occasion Vistula bJtbe
\j
We copy from one of the Philadelphia papers, from reproach violence.. It is ascundal seven day from Vra Ciuz iIe
\ Paena a peccando absterret. eith could pipers up to the 29th ult. inclusive.
that ,
APALAX3HIOOLA, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1844. often fall into the Home Journal" the following statement in almost to suggest the possibility
enforcing obedience, parents It be attempted, and yet it is to be feared that the They furnish new detail > relation fa
in that city.
modes relation to the late disturbances Stll:.
(Q- The Democratic Convention for the But.cm many injudicious and! fatally injurious one has been done and the other threatened. It is! mart's expedition. It appeirs that be
It of punish: I presents a full and clear vindication. of the course cardii&l if we fail in it, we will deserve wuat.t
bur duty-
} District of Florida, assembled at Palatka on of punishment. The sole object on the 14th June at noon, on the
(1 the 9th inst., at which exGoY'Wm.. P. Duval. ment is to prevent transgression. should in which they were thrown in obeying -to support the military, who under cover of a at Jalpa. with thirteen of Ms! companions, 1t\

presided, assisted by Col. Cole and Capt. Priest, punishment should never come first nor I: town meeting, and under authority of law peril first landed with him, and were captured by
the call of the Sheriff.
is Vice Presidents. The utmost harmony and it effect either more or less than its object.If led themselves for the c mmon safety. They fired troops of the Governor General. The
r. f too I The First Fire.-Upon a correct understanding else. It is t*>r us, o the
could do
be too light or when nothing:
and the following gentlemen in punishment it they the number of 77 not able
( unanimity prevailed any case And of the first fire, the causes that impelled ,, for the great body of the community not only to were to land, nd
y/ were nominated for the Senate at the ensuing. severe, it is worse than none. especially and the precautions made use of before the last secure them from the effect of those prejudices consequently arrested on boak the Yesel ,

'( .. .. c:& nu.I is that punishment wofully wrong, which hinges the responsibility of the whole affair followed, for which were called into action but to sustain them conveyed them. They are, h great part S -
fear. It is. yes, necessary all the fearful and bloody; scenes that and if it must .be with our lives."
t Jos. S. Sanehezi of St. Johns. excites too much proper with our credit i ish sub-officers:! of the Carli4 party, taroie
of children in governing rise upon this foundation and are consequent upon Some of the city whose evident object appears "
John Brovwd, of DunI \. to move the fears to show that the military press Sentmanat during his sojura in. New OrW
it.Ve
i occasions and ina are prepared to be, the keeping up the excetemet by continually
I I Philip Dell, of Alachua. them, but it must be on proper were fully! and conclusively justified by all the : tanning the embers of discord, rather than These unfortunate men ate probably shot by & '

.I Jess Carter, of Columbia. judicious manner. Obedience should never be circumstances of the case, and we will stake We our endeavouring to allay it, conde-nn the military for time, in conformity to orden transmitted to fbaaco .
statement. ,
enforced by means of terrifying, frightening reputation: upon the truth of the leaving the scene of action on Monday.. "Wemaintain bv the .. ;' ''fI.. .)

Mormon Troubles.-Every thing was quiet at threats, such as these-*'If you do that again I'llgh.e were present, and heard and saw almost everything that withdrawal f the military was : board thr schooner supreme whici governmentOn carried; .DleJta.

i Nauvooatthe last dates. Tho Mormons were If that tran pired. praiseworthy in the highest degree, and is a con Jh m .
to the old beggar man ; or, youdon't 5 and 6 o'clock,
you On Sunday afternoon between clusive evidence, that their object was not lift t exasperate were found 500 muskets,a large quanty of tvfm
( not disposed to commit any acts of aggression. mind I'll shut you up in the dark hole';" or, the greater portion of the First Division received but to conciliate; that theydid not desire and some casks of powder. According to a hi
deNsri's
The people living in their vacinity were..evidently II If you don't behave I'll let the bears have you.it orders to march to the defence below of St.Third.Philip We to maintain order at the point of the baytonet found in the schooner, her crew consisted of !

anxious to push them to extremities and to child from by Church in Queen street when milder means were found'sufficient. "ThejT
crying
I to a
Never stop
t attempt it understood that the of whom 16 were Spaniard*! 16 J
\ here remark that was withdraw men, French!
of may bound all the rules of warfare to
leave the State. Some citizens were by
them to ?
force black orVhere's
safety
is that dog for the
"Where big themselves
J asking, citizens had pledged natives of 4 Germans 2 Italians
Hancock wno after a flag of truce ha been sent in bjr the Havana ,5 AUt
/ Missouri and Iowa crossed over to assist the When obedience had"informed the Sheriff; that *
\ that old bad man? of the church
.' civil authorities-and if they ad not done so,.they ricans, 1 Columbian and 1 born atTobtsco.

t r county people in the war against all back the Mortnons andJ is extorted by such means impressions the most they would, and no hence longer the consider call of that themselves officer upon responsible would have merited the severest censure. The Courier Francais of Mexico: ofult. the 2lh!
I but Gov. Ford ordered them the :
dangerous and distressing are sure conse
t that the representatives of the
the military. i says nati
intimated that he did not want their as3ist n.c: quences. Not long since a lady put a child to The troops moved down the street until they From the New Orleans PicayuAe.FROM are not disposed to raise 45,000 men for the inv

J Orders were given to disbind most of the militiaat bed, and as it cried and thereby annoyed her, she came to the church, in front of which the mob MEXICO.: sion of Texas and four millioni of dollar tod

YI! Warsaw and Carthage.Dittrcs&ng dressed frightful image and placed it before were congregated in large number The Artillery Bv the arrival of the Schr. Pilot, Capt. Baker
J up a Regiment was on the right, and Col. Pleasan- we have received Vern Cruz dates to the 23:1 and fray the expenses of the expedition Jnde

Jlccident.-0n Monday last Chas. the child and in this manner stopped its noise, ton immediately appeared in front of his command from the city of Mexico to the 19th ult. any sum, in the manner" indicated by the co

>\, Russell (formerly a Lieut of a Revenue Cutter at and then went down stairs leaving the image in and ordered the mob to disperse. A sullen and The news of the death of the of dating his unfortunate Gen. Sent- mlttee of ways and mean,, who were'inn elle

f j Mobile,) while on a pleasure excursion to St. Andrews full view of the child,whose imagination invested determined silence ensued oa the part of the mob manat expedition and,of is the fully total confirmed.failure A passenger who to offer the proposition by the ex cutite ban
thrown out
then
r had his right hand blown to pieces by the it with life and power, and its little bosom throb to obey. Two companies were The mob retired came in the Pilot, says that the head of Sentjnan- of the gover ment. After a very animated di!
; at "a charge. '
clear the street, have
oil
to in we previously
of} and cooked as
explosion of a powder flask. He was pouring bed with perfect horror; it dared not breathe.In before them as far as Queen and Second at was cut stated: and pkced ii: the public ?qa-0e at I cnssion in the Chambers on the 27th ult.,tl .

some powder on a match of ignited cotton when a short time the little innocent was found gazing street's. The two companies came to a"shoulder the city of Tobaseo. Fourteen: of his followers forced loan was rejected by a vole of 37 to 35.fnllruvirifr .

f the accident h."nt>npl1. He was brouzht! to- St.-- intensely on the image with the most distressing arms" and cruards were thrown out to keep off the had also been shot but their bodies were .l lett un I Ii .... __.:_ > nf
%i "O&r't"U-- -0-- The officers i One of the Mexican Generals in-5stcd me IIUIIVI;; a Cftresjwndence b|
; them. touched.
and from thence to this place on Thursday on its countenance, and mob who pressed closely upon their mutilation and Mr. Gteen An-rj
Joseph, fright depicted now appeared in front, reasoned with them nay, th.it the dead should: be respected, as tween M. Bocanegra tie

last. His hand had already commenced mortifiying it pallid corpse! This is not a solitary instance. begged them to disperse, and retire quietly to would be a disgrace to the of Mexican ihe brig chrtr.jcter.Wio.. R can Charge d'Affjires, which is extracted froj

*f and it was found necessary to amputate his Many many have been murdered in this way. their homej. In the mean time, a body of men Turner Capt Petit, together, the commander with all his crew, have: be6 ordered the Courier Fmncais, is interesting:

arm, which was performed by Dr. Green and But when the fright has not been intense as to who had been stationed in the church and five to be shot along with the reat of Sentms'nat's\ His Excellency: the Governor and comma _

o very flattering hopes were entertained of his recovery produce death images of terror fill the mind or six of the civil posse of the district, came men, who have all been ordered to exec'ftion. of Vera Cruz* has informed: the supreme{ gove.
1 also to dissuade them frftm which the on? that transported
down and endeavored Petit's vessel! ], was
Capt.
,1f but the next night by tearing off the bandages with dread and fear, and the child is forever in attempting to interfere with the military, but all the revolutionists from this city Uistekd cf ment under date the 2d Ju;>e, that.. a naVlforce 1
Ua ted States had off
of the :appeared V"
several times, after having them re-applied alarm, and even in sleep it shows by starts, con I was useless. High words were succeeded by the Wm. Tono, was the in a Mexican sinking condition man-of-waf ftem that a I Cruz, composed of the rri ;;te Poro1pac'otie brand '

/ and his raw arm against the bedding he how alive is every threats, and one of the rioters went so far as to ball received from !
rubbing tortions and screams awfully drove her afchore. This information can be rfelied one sloop of WOT J hat oliicer >tjted ths
of the I
produced mortification in the stump which the fear. And these direful impressions can never threaten to whip an officer command.of one He companies was immediately upon. these vessels helor; to the squadron) Mhich t tfef
"" while in front of his A journal l of ita capital, La llesperii! announces United States Guver itr.ent haJ desj>atclvd to til
Doctor has not been able as yet to arrest. OWing'r' iron the mind
( be erased; they hold an grasp on arrested. The civil posse also attempted despatches! rom
< that the Government had received Gulf of Mexico, tll 5U5tairi its unju ? j-r nsiouj
t to the hot weather the previous indisposition of through life. Such parents, who thus excite the an arrest but the prisoner was rescued.In Gen Micheltorena, by the way of Tepic, ap.nising: and: he asks for instriicti rejecting :;he cot!

'r'Ift It- the patient his accustomed use of ardent spirits fears of their children are the foulest, blackest this manner the two companies remained it that a thousand American riflemen, and frontiers various* fUJ'lpn duct he i is to observe tovvsrdi th rn. An tl

t and the want of constant attention, the murderers of all whose diabolical deeds in blood exr!>. stulatinn and the pleading disposition for at least evinced fifteen other parties California, vyere The hovering editor upon is reminded the by! this? change of notes on tnis subject had taba vhbetween
minutes. Not slightest
{ thinks second operation would reI I demonstration of American good feeling the Minister: cj i i.regn .>fiaip.Legation : t::
0 of the
Doctor a shed call for heaviest vengeance.: parents, to tfir one step ; on the contrary, brick bats
in united Mr
speaks of the tates Scant
and
sult in certain death and that there is but little not. If in this excessive frirown at the military, and several members made by C9m. Jones, at Monterey, of the .
; spare you you operate wre terms of bitter, though ironical severity informs the Chars c ii if irthe (Jniiid; i tr
hope of the poor man's recovery at best. I mariner (and all such alarm is excessive) on the siderably injured. The companies now peaceable designs of the United Slates upon the that according to the Araericarj newpac: f
I came to chir '?, but the mob instead of retreating extensive and beautiful territory of California. the Government cf thut Ite-Tiblic 1 'd' iJ!
I OCJ The sloop-of-war Preble,now at New York, fears of your children your hearts are stone your seized the muskets of the military and by main The Diatio del Gobierno corrects La Hesperia: tached land and sea forces to hirid; ..i thiGcvtrl
affections are ice, and your feelings are the fell to wrest them from their hands. and declares that the Government has received no
( itf"Tni.'ted :
as ordered to be fitted out immediately for the orce : behind : of this "kind and I ment of Mexico, in the exercise of iti inir[ |
of fiends. 0 what tongue enough can Gen. Ca.iw.3'1er, who was immediately official intelligence whatever I'
service on the coast of Africa. progeny all efforts at conciliation useless thinks it should be received with extreme distrust scriptable and acknowledged rigltts, fnm ccrjpyin )
execrate your course! How lost you must be to tha: trco1, Shdi. ';; minutes the mil -we dare say it should. The valiant Micheltorena the territory of Tex-is with its arny; I
that in a/few .
also
(:J- From the 12th to 24th June inclusive every principle of humanity I would hope anil woul se! ;;'.e.: rendered powerless (the mob had probably become alarmed by hearing f someOrejion intelligence add his Excelbncy, isonfiibv
itary ; ; throush some.circujtoua Sacrificus. ari bv t.
moored at
5,436( from foreign ports arrived at that they were ) the word or trading ruriv, .1 --0. a frigate, -J M
passengers such parents are very few (0 nujiberin at least ten to one gave channel! of infnrmat on. : Com mod..re himself, who announce tha he "i

New York making a total of 13, 93 during the less,) and I hope all parents will carefully avoid Fire," this beinj; the last and the only resort We have before us, what in this country would. soon be joined by other ships of W l'. .

month or over 500 a day. inspiring their children with any other fear than left to save the two companies from falling inviolate into be called, a report from the War Department oditional justifying His Excellecy the Minister clara to V
infuriated mob to Consress for an t -
the hands of an preserve its requisition upon
I
that of sin and disobedience and punishment. the and honor of the laws he had ] force of 30,000 men arid four millions! of Charge d'Affaires of the United Sates bat he;
ro- William L. Stone Editor of the N. Y. dignity and must instructed by his Excellency the R-esidmt\ to i
DOCTOR. been sent to protect and to expel at once and money. It is written in a lofty strain, we
Commercial Advertiser, has obtained a verdict of forever the false and unjust idea, that Mob Law StY, puts the case strongly before the Mexican mand formally if the trotf-s whidi Mexico :

$1203 against Levi D. Slamm, Editor of the Pie- Mexico and Texas.The Galveston New*, would be suffered to gain the ascende-icy over the Congress. The subject had previously been communi brought order to Texas will be net in a hostle m
notice of Congress in verbal United Stiei. Sich act
the
before the by those of : an i
bian, for a libel. publishes the following official letter, to which : regularly constituted authorities of the country. cations. The Secretary first urges the measures the Minister, would be/a/ declaration of
The struggle was a severe one, but his duty as an Senate of the United ,
the
the that -
.I.J Florida. the really valuable we beg to call attention. civil and military upon supposition aeainst Mexico who nofld find Jjejself <"<.b1'
in in
; Salt -Among officer, as an officer acting a States will ratify the treaty of annexation. In that "attrlucn n
r discoveries in Florida recently are numerous salt Legation of the United States. capacity, demanded it, and the deed was done, event, he urges that Mexico is, ipso facto, at war I to repel force by force, of iutrasje and" t|!
of the tre/ies psace ?
I MEXICO, June 17th, 1SU.To the sacrifice was made. There was no haste, with the United Slates, that she has not even to the rupture an:
Millon.
I springs in the neighborhood of Fort demanded declare but at once to stand: upon the defensive which bind the two Republics.
the war is
t Wm. S. Murphy, Esq., I beyond the haste that exigency ,
that
; : This information if correct connot but be regarded Charge tf Affair* of the U. States: and as to reasonable time that had been given in and maintain the integrity of her territory. The charge d'aflaire/answer having!

I' r as important to the Southern country and Sir:-1 wrote you a few days since that it was abundance, before the military attempted to For this she will need all the aid the Department ceived no communi /nd Ion addressel from his govertrt'him |
to
immediately II ires. in to the deo by i
Texas
invade req regard
intention The
to
Gen. S nta Anna's of Second and Queen.
' particularly to this Territory.Q9 with a large force. As yet nothing: has charge at the corner them bya But should the treaty be rejected, he urges that minister he cannct&ake tu him tie precise
fact of their attempting to disperse believe
in the from been done Congress in the way of raising money very the Mexican Government has still reason to declaration/which he solicts ; but wil
by
The increase public revenue is conclusive evidence that they had no is rooted formal
annexation deeply
have been secretly despatched to reinforce charge that the design of so the subject to hiigwerncef J
:( customs, during the first six months of the present but troops the army of the North and Gen. Canales intention of firing until they themselves compelled in the United States that an effort to eflect it will immediately from which he subnf dlty expects to reeive instra

) year over the corresponding period of 1813 is I has been named to the command.! Immediate the military to it. I only be a little while postponed in any event. tob as he receiyes Jiem be wil!
lions and .
He then proceeds to that whatever may as ,
argue
.1 nine preparations for resistance and defence should] be after giving a history of '
\A increase of revenue on The Pennsylvanian, .
130 cent.1 excellency.The
in
regard to
per 1 made. I think that Santa Anna calculates upon be the course of American policy annexation hasten to appnsehis
\ puplic works enumerated in the New York Republic foreign aid. A few weeks since an order appeared the causes that led to the first fire, very similar no one can deny that the present is the charp (Affaires neverthel; dds-' io..
addressed Gen.Wool nlakes of the following favorable moment for Mexico to recover Texas. ,ta and sincere desire i comrai .
\ for the same period is an average of 33 in the. Diario del Gobierno to to the one narrated above, use pelled by a
and directions that any individual who should be heartily The future political existence of Mexico, he urges cate all th/infrmation in hi! pcsseion, he vfll
which
remarks we
per cent. found beyond a league distance from the left bank I excellent depends upon making this recovery. Should Texas take the jberty to call to mud a m addread

In; '* the Pirate.The President has further of the Rio Bravo should be punished as a traitor commend to our readers: be now lost he reasons with ,the she United must ultimately States, and become to Mr. laompson, Minister tt the piled Sbti.
after a summary military tria.I of the and as incorporated In ihis. tbesana
struggle last re
Such the beginning theof August. :
f the Babe under sentence of was then other provinces would in their turn, like Texas I on
now unite with
respited pirate applied to the British Minister:; to
and the night dark, the fierceness I was the first to eir tbdiscii
it progressed, grew fall to the neighboring republicans, Mexico Mr. li anegra upon
a
this order. He prey
death in the city of New York till the first Mon me in that a remonstrance he presumed against the Texan* were to be replied and malignity of the rioters increased. The being leasable to protect herself as one province ion of the annexation ?f !kis D .Ite

day in June, 1645. The prisoner, it is said man- treated by Mexico as rebels and declined interfering Junior Artillerists, under Captain Drayton, were after another should be loped off. Uni/d States, with! this legation,
ifes'ed no signs of emotion when he was informed otherwise than to request verbally that the detailed to seize a large stand of arms and kegs The Government of Mexico appeciates, he says, coiffnunication with a direct .nen':" of .,
order shall not be put in force against British of powder in the Commissioners' Hall and were .the extremity of the danger, and has done and is c e that republic *fcpted the oiBe .
of this farther act of grace in his (avor.Q subjects. I have the honor to be, surrounded when there by a swarm who had now doing all that it can, by. militray organization ton. The treaty ** "'ow subrait ttfce[iari'i

John Very respectfully, &c. discovered their position and who threatened to and diplomatic negotiations:: to avert the danger. /eratioa of the SenateSf-the tbjdtat:
( The President has re-appointed BENJ. E. GREEN. But its pecuniary means are scarcely sufficient for heft
has
they emergedfrom undersigned reavrj to.tyet, '
shoot them down one by one as the !
of the Territory of Iowa, the ordinary expenses of the government. A wanagainst
Chambers Governor l '
Murder and Probable Suicide.-At under cover. ; Texas. : involves, in its nature much of thp.. no doubt, his government ba-Ict"'I! .2 ._
Horrid -- ,
from the 15th inst, when his present commission New Orleans on the 5th instant as we learn from The arrival of the Cadwalader Greys dispersed character and all of the expense of a foreign war sea and land in uch arise.manner He M !thinks J glee, hOWtf&U/

will expire. the Bee a Miss Catherine Cummings, a young the besiegers,but only temporarily,and in a short and a strong appeal is therefore made for the graft tingency "that may have beenAaktQ' as a didsive .
collected in front of of four millions of dollars-deemed hardly a IUll1- that these measures:: '
Railroad across the Peninsula.-We learn lady about 17 years of age, residing with her time the military who were cient supply. / rendered P essary. by we iquentlv '
of theadversary precaution
Baronne street, who was the church, became aware of tha chajacter Boc""
in
mother Girod near Mr. ,
he saythat which
be
the voted
that Lieut. Blake So soon as menaces
the St. News, Men money may repeated
Augustine deal.
ays had
be married the Gth, called a with whom they to woVld the ct,
be
engaged to on upon the troops shall be put in motion ; but as it -to address in Dame
has received orders to commence the survey of a Mrs. Leonard, a mantua maker living in the ware lurking about every corner, who when they necessary, if nobilities were commence this has thoufilit proper the republic of the United SU

Railroad route from Jacksonville Cedar Keys. First Municipality for the porpose of having her felt secure in their ambush: would spring out for season: as the President desires to withdra/troops eovernment,.to. A& of !ast evening 1'11J--;

wedding dress made. While there, a Mr. Baune, a moment, fire on the soldiers, and then retreat. from points in the interior important to befidarded The New Orleans from !Jr.Green to#

Texas-British Diplomacy.-An intelligent a married man, somewhat advanced in years, who Cannon, stuffed with old iron in every shape, he makes the further requisition of 30,0(0 men to A bearer :of despatch arrtved here. jWe -
his addresses to her wheeled down the little alleys below the be stationed at these points. / Calhoun, has also *
were Mexican Ccrgrel!
correspondent of the New York Jurnal of Com had been previously paying thnt these req\fslt.lons are told thst: the
He
and then wheeled protests strongly are
merce, writes from Baton Rouge, La. (June 24)) prevailed upon her to accompany him together church discharged suddenly, made with no personal view of aggiandizement.The voted the full defcmd by President Santa '!
it secret covert
,- dJIa.
Such attack was of
the New back.
with Mrs. Leonard to the Lake end of an President 'asks for no extension of powers, 3OOOODen, and ,four million ,
aj follows : I I Canal for the ourooae of takin? a fish Rnnnpr.-. murderous, un.!!overned bv any of the rules of hut L r nf : tho _A1r adv i namely "'" __._..
"Y" > powers u
t'.t" -'rl' ;:) onlY lor means: exercising .ut:> ---J .It:
If I travelled with an English gentleman from After getting through their repast they entered civilized warfare, and equalled in brutality and delegated to, him, and so to preserve intact the for the war agjmstWe jfothing of any psgncentdemnity. (){'theF'

New Orleans to this place who states he has re- the carriage for the purpose of returning to the cowardice by Indian tactics, that the volunteers honor, dignity and. integrity of the Mexican hear

tided for the List five years in that country. He city. During their ride, when between the halfway sustained till midnight. For twenty-four hours nation. -A.,. _
said he was intimate with Captain Elliott the house and the Carrollton avenue from some at .I he loVestome of them for much longer; *?uch are'me principal features of the project now official ndifcatioa from Ca

British Charge Affaires in Texas. In the course : cause or other Miss Cumminss attempted to escape they had been kept on the grouud without anything ',before Congress; In the meantime of the members there are will manywho not From CvJJa.-An beed published, of
of conversation he let slip, perhaps unwittingly Colt's but chance and refreshment and think that a majority of State has
from the carriaze, when Baune drew a imperfect or$4,000,000, Should Department the ti
*' piece of British diplomacy, xvhich he said, he revolving pistol and shot her through the heart. without sleep. A great debt does the communityowe vote such lor be/ the the Appropriation case, it ix confidently expected, so adoprfonby the authorities cWng Uba.-or ClUto'

'I1 :. obtained from Elliott himself. It was to this effect Mrs. Leonard immediately leaped from the car them, for never did so small a body"of men an&iou3 ia i Santa.Ann* krib-; the money that he : rules to be observed r all the

: that England had advised Mexico under not riage and i in falling broke one of her legs. Beune act so gallantly. From the General in command will! dissolve ,the, Congress send home the mem- the Island '
circumstances to acknowledge the independence then jumped from the carriage, fired at Mrs. to the last private who left the spot at two o'clfck bejs, 'and then issue an order for a rCeA lean, or Abuses of : l1ndtr the D tioal

t of Texas but to keep up an armistice with her Leonard, and twice at the driver withot effect on Monday afternoon, there was not a man but'did elle adopt some other measure from to Mexico nanout wva his. 1. Every box of&ugar expo reUs d and th06C uDil
as long as possible ; and in case a successful attempt and then ran into the swap. Two discharges of his duty with courage and humanity. 'When *' e scihemes. The next arrival pro.bkbly flag, shall pay a.duty reals.of five f ,

at annexation between the United States the pistol, were shortly beared in the direction came back to head-quarters jaded and. exhatr1 tell the whole story. a*toreign 2. Every flag quintal BIX of coffee dill jay in JJJJ*,,jfyMiree

and Texas took place then to go to war and Eng in which he went. The police of the Second twelve of their men left behind them, wound'? r of Mas- reals under the nationa flftJi for a (of'
land would hacklier in the contest." The Eng- Municipality as soon as notified made diligent dead and one brave captain, who had beenff'' .3 ci It'is well known that the good people nation four reals under tb> S Jh fiag, fc'J
; ondtf a
lr> Hehman who communicated this to me, is a very search for the fugitive but without success. The !led out by the mob for attack was desperat 1 wjured ;. 'feachusetts have taken the lead m amalgamation ; foreign port, and four reals an a balf

respectable and intelligent gentleman who him- body of the deceased was conveyed to the Second ; the citizens who had suffered theilT :; fin most extraordinary.and unprecedented. reunI. -. g flag for a foreign port. I"tared' free froJJJ
rn__*&_ which 1 L.. "it.___ --'I tohiroj.ind. mitiUreS.ons .1 ...._
celt has purchased! a large estate in l.eXiP, Municipality police jail, where an inquest was U oe poisoned by the false rumors that .' oeclI of blacks ana Will ; sm&uidr n d. Molasses ana rua are -
he is cultivating in sugar or preparing to do so. held upon it.Murdfr set afloat should have paused and reflect''1'bC'w. ike'the'keys-of a'piano forte. At length, howler : ompletely with

I From the developments of English Texian policy far it was just to cover with obloquy and ;pa this i mixture of colors begins to gro? unpo- 4 Vessels going out eojoyT JadtD eedom from to '

u far as known, it fully sustains the declarations at Hoboken, JV. /-A German by the the, characters of the officers and soldic ,.. o, pl1larand .the. .school commissioners! or- shall moreover .

1 -of Capt. Elliott to this English gentleman." name of G. A. Martin or Mechie was discovered when all others flinched, were alone in t{<. ,-dins. ,I lained that: children whose,faces shine ,ke a por- dlasse Vestas which Jakeon iore Af.J'hotut t

j i by Mr. Stout, on the 13th itwt under a pile of faithful. Ifrr'bottle shan Isit* on benches by thrfnsevles. cases of sugar! shall pat, as'tonnage !of{
($- Extract. of a letter received in New Orleans stones about a mile and a half north of Hoboken.It The issue is made up, who will meet i itf," .TheJ the colored.folkf bave held.an indication meet-be rate of six cents per tor ol neawrenieiM.of Span h.

t! from Natchez, dated 2d inst.--" The des appeared he had been stabbed in several places, military were ordered to th'e spot by theYtfvthorities myfch'the subjejrLaTid inist that tjereshonld\ account; ign and two and a halfreat onboard more thin
but the fatal wound was a or pistol shot which and supplied by th )UtQrney] no.distinction i I u* between cities on 7. Vessels which tale than tbree 1hI
the flood in Arkansas on gun were colored aDd lIore
truction of Cotton by .
: passed through his heart. Mr. Stout saw two General with an opinion that it was till //duty tc of tiitfercncfc incd V, recommrd jiat'Jhe tlou; and bags of coe l eDjoYt.he ume adYaD
Red River and Mississippi, will not be less than persons about the time under suspicious circumstances fire. They obeyed their orders. Th j iid.theii' i ; ,parent i'or.t thffcity withdraw thnr children fromfheexculMV.3lchool I Bind pipes of rum b t.

300,000 bales, and in & few days it may reach one of whom has been arrested and will duty. Some of them were left dead otit\ \ sp '" establisheYin! contravention is the vital A lady \\"tiring a goi pencil be eX ,

400,000 to 450,000 bales. This is the generalbeUtf. undergo an examination by the Coroner at Hobo- others are now languishing in the ,hot!:it, \ sAi ol/thaf.equality of privilegesAhich, Massachusetts-' bended: young from Koldcham.anpiPngly t 100 .

ken.-A" Y Cow fy Enq. tbe familiee of the first to be s.uPp \' ". :' .principle of:'the school out D
from uffermgl' Th'at'a right-allow ni, bacling! A gente J.
., MHHVOTM' V l t to be preserved i t 'It made at it and handlinit.her Mi
r 1 03* rhe Supreme Court of Alabama, hai decided A wise girl would win a lover by practising city make good losses mcurred in !' It'' \ the goose itace for the /on. nder'--Having let :it bo sustained stepped up tobe| nd i 9.u,..1tJ,. r
lh this
There is debt owed to both d : ,i capita* bjn< ama amv to p
that contracts made on the Sabbath trpnd those virtues which secure admiration when per a you beloig
:\ '" presume
: : sonal charms have failed. and that_ debt must be paid. The'qiiict' ,id orirfSfJ I I .

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IMPROVEMENT. AN INDIAN DUEL. NOTICE TO MARINERS. lir I

.\bnut eighty years: ap in travelling between Wingnund waited until the speech of his antiiqnist fut nlliI .

r e\' Yor c and Q l 13b; it wxs nectary to o to had been transited to them: when he | JAMES DELL, Esq., Collector ma,fefr hn' '

Wst.,'i .(n'l I com overli.id to Burlier.on, on ac- replied, with unmoved coi.vosure, If the Crowwarfare of t'le Port of Jncteonjille E. F. will tn
J-inger from the l.idiaH, and the: journey require b itt er witness than words, it is not Dear Sir-I have examined of attar .
me
co'i.d dirwilt fnd. have St. John's Bar .
to Thy
already been told that
month. Bilrgo"Iu"na; d c the first and the
"eu,i iedoiie Kaia-ua re-buoyed sam The North channel[
rlle( road 'from the south end of Lake Cham- bovy and stranger arrows, which gave to he Mahega hid in the a rocks present Wingnund of a makes: out North by East, and the outer buoy lays :-TON1 I .

ruin 13 the lludson, and after the peace of 1783, took them out, and here they are."; North East by North, from the lighthouse about Wafer Jt' 1::

it took nearly a fortnight, to go between New As the youth spoke, he dropped the blanket that three miles di tant. There are 3 buoys in this _
york and Quebec. The mail came: once a fortnjrht had been throw over his left arm and shoulder hold channel all placed in the channel way there i is 12 .
ing to the council feet of water at high water on the Bar. There is uff(t.
and the aslue
now it is daily, if ta.ies three days auJ up bow and arrows; which
; cut out E. N. E. from the :1 '
all light about two -
Tao corn.-nercial 1 cnmmunicatio.i, present instantly recognized as being made and
tffo nights. ornamented by the rtlack-feet. miles distant which has twelve feet of water in it :,
however, did not nu Are the warriors : Vi flfi
convinced );t:
yet cotinued the
for the Cliaiuhly: C tial, to; progress of The of tnis channel :.
t11 course E. and W. and t {
\ youth, raising his voice do the just j ---
"or
they wish for
\ chon.1i been but slovv.V, htav. ver, s!a tat I more 1 If they do. let them seize the \Vashdshewolf channel divides N. & E. at the inner buoy. 'I .tr, .ihh A :
transportation is no.veifectad: between Quebec; they will find in his belt-" sounded .ihe bar in both channels, and consider (; .:
and NeW York! with only one transhipment: and ; He was not allowed to finish the sentence the them at this time born very good. Vessels bound W itt .lr ___
land carriage. The arne thing may be done ; storm$ that had long been brooding, now burst; in in must follow the buoys, they all being placed inthe -----a---' _. __
on Quebec and New Orleans, by the St. I all its fury. Mahega, driven to desperation by the channel way and in the best water to be -nS.Z- .. .
Mvrcco
found. inner
\Vrence and the lakes, the Welland and Clever I damning evidence brought aainst him, ud reck- At the buoy there is 18 feet of water I r'f:

d canals the Ohio and the l\fisii sii pi. There less of all say? the gratification of his fierce revenge, for where the vessels tide. may lay with prefect salty and wait JL ,'; & CO >

jjpfjlytha obstacle of the Sault Sante-Marie, to whirled his iron pointed mace around his hearJ, and Given under hand this 8th '1tJ. Uiz .
launched it with my day of May 1844. h .
tremendous -
force Wingenund.. --- _
: to the west end ofLite ,
prereit steam propellers going Never CHARLES WILLky.Prevention ,- ,
had tha
latter for instant L
even an taken .
and the lar "steamers have lon
Superior, (e his
: falcon
off
the south end of Lake MichIgan Thirty motion With eye which the the Osage ; but,was so swift thrown was that the of D elling in the British JVavy.- My Stor?jl\BaJa, I.. i_,, _

ruius ao batteaux and bark' canoes went above although he sprang lightly: weapon aside to avoid it,, the The following order has been added to the Admiralty r ;.- : t.j _

gntreol. Custom-house duties and regulations spiked head graz-d and Idid open, his cheek, instructions tor the British Navy. r } y will ;jtt II 1 _
riisin? obstacles! to atn intercourse which they whence it glanced off and striking an nnhcky 1. Every officer serving on board any ship orvessel &e H &;t fof 1 _
y cmnnt prevent when it can be carried on to the Crow who stood b hi'ld him, felled him, with a of her Majesty's fleet is hereby positively Di tri a 1argJ.
advantage, it will overcome all obstacles broken arm, to the ground Even in tha act of ordered neither to send or except a challenge to erous & i1Sf:
< 3,'0,1 f-toopiug to'escipe the "vVnigen-i.id fitted I fight a dasl with other of Wet _
which : mac, an any person the fleet.
d f: the extent: to a beneficial intercourse atrow into the Black foot >v nw which h ? held i.i his i 2. EVery officer of the fleet on becoming privy age on I Ii A'' ,1
;.fth N:\V York "'*?* be carried on: we are nottr.iitvscdUiinted. hand; ani, rising quick: a? tho; ht. let it dy at im : to any intention of the othc.r3 to figih d duel, or i : 'h ____

.-_Qusb"c_ Murcury.rjiftfence ;i I*mtic adversiry: with so tr.ie an aim, that it having redso-.i! to believe th it such u likely to occur d : 7$,- A'-r(
i pierced the windpipe, and th0 point cam o-it at owing to circum-tance3that have come under .
between Character in London and the luck; of hi* ivck; close to tae spiu: Wnil I' .113 obs-.vvdtion or Konwied, is hereby ordered to (XJ-: fc CO, ._ _
Pnrit as compared with Spain.-To a person ar- th? Oh;% !lulf str1ilJ and piralyzed, tugged prevent such; duel, having recourse, if necessary, toC.lptou me at \ ter sttt* :s
rivix: : (ron dr'5 or London: -th'xe two tviirl'l: :"'iTct'iiUy at the fatal =inft, vVmjen md leaped or commanding officer. N. :
:poi3offecerih activity and: excited ;:n :him -viia; ihe bo-mi of a tiger, and, uttering 3. Every officer of tn: fleet is hereby ordered in cbuc Sd .. _
dloJi the of the Lenap b-irifM his knife no manner or degree to evince dissatU'dCtioa .
the way 01 living at Grenada H the most extraor8 : wir-cry ?, : with I Qrj e.lptnl fJ .
in th lie. ofni to upbrud another officer for '
f.Vuh
? rt z convulsive ot refusing
groan I or not: !
all contrast life or'perfect
a leisure please
'diiir'of ; the ilyi.iC.Osage frll( h avny to tli2 e-arth ; and ere sending a cndlleiige, and! all officers are strictly ; ? _
t entiruy' SUed up by bu iging convers itim, mudancin : *- to* bystdncero had recovered from their asto.iishnint I enjoined neither to revest nor advise Lie rejectionol :: "f..4'J. ." _
? ?, and the siesta. He i is to'iislied at his l LI.Cf.st tiinel scalp hung at the b.'lt oftlie a reasonable preposition for the honorable adjustment L1S .ItJltt _
tYanlia hipim2s*, aid: tran jiiilliry, exrestI tncountenance. victorious Delaware. of differences that may have usihapnly ,\. IU1JV : _
f\'cr\ No on a has tint b-nv, a'lv- I occjred. I ; cf
Dtttsi.t
os'. hurried Km, which one co-ili-iuiliy eicoinfjraiaths TV Stuffed C.J.t.11 old Ciiilfionicr: (or rag 4. Any officer of the fleet who may b? called on I I ? 'the

street* of P UIS. Ever> rne,09 the! c)1t- jjicker) lied in Ptrii i.1 a state of abject poverty. to act as second or fnenl J to an officer intending I _
t iry, **s l''is'Jrely aloig, chousing the shads.idj j rln oily relation was a niece, who lived as a to fignt a duel is to consider it to be hiS impera.ive 7LEY;., \h. .
Bak ? t _
duty! and he his hereby ordered ; 4
iftberoal I, tflLfl. ; $ to tiPi' wit'i ti4 aCjuti itnts rv.\1t with a ore 1 gtocr. The girl ahvi\s ,"rf himself: to efiect adjustmeat, strenuously toe : : r

ii-l 1 evidaitly: in no lute to .jet where he j is .t 4ted: :her Uiicle as far as her mea"is would per. adverse parties, on tenn an C.III*I tent with between the honor the fose14s' (

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extiii'
1'ei tn vomg m-jn, the most aJ l venturous of whom l e with! a j lur.nymin: biker, to whom she had L terms of accommodation, he must refer to the ] )'.; ,: _
flO to Manilla or the Ihv.1'I:1, or eater the arm/, bee n long at'ach\.d. The nuptial diy Was fixed, second paragraph of this order. \ j; -' _
aftbo' in the litter case they often, owing to the but Suzstte hid not yet .bougnt her weddingclolh : I As obedience to orders is the essential and ; .
vreched tateof Spanish f fna-ice*, retniin whole s. She haste led to tell her ]Jovdr that the: governing< principal of the naval service, those ), ;; _ _

'eir? witlont setting any: my. Convinced: of the wed,liu must be deferred; she wanted the price officers robLtion may of rest the assured of the support and I \ ; _
'Uitl of them of her briddl 'iaerv to In' liar 1cte dace in apt Admiralty, who, having had the
s'iess exerting lve1 thev for the u illy mulortana ot giving offence to, or having injured l 'P ; .
113d part Ih n.>t take the: troihl: to pursue an objct the rave. Her mistrass ridiculed t fhj idea:and I or insulted: others, snail frankly explain, apologize ,:

j tv'Ii1 tney klJ.v to he n Ittl 1abl bur piss exhorted her to leave him to be buried by chanty.zatt2 or] otfel redress for the same ; or who, having had, line ad iptt$. I I

tiir time: h a-i agree ')le.tr/iicn/ct, which i is faiv ;u : r.M'usd. The cons --luene was a qu irrd, tie;; im-lbrtuiie of receiving otfrnce, injury or insult G dtt' : ," I
vr4 the liMUty of the co-i: .ity and ti3! e71ial111'1 by which the young won in: lost her place arid I from another, shall cordially accept; frank exr looa- .:

\ : of the climite. t wis not able to dikm -*- her hvcr, who s del with her mntres<. S.ie; tion.dpolojy; or redress for the same; or who, if such I! te L.i4' ":. _

nver a iv sym )ti'' of S misli prid.1. Noll hastened to the miserable garret where: her uncle: expUnatioii, apology or redress are refused to be reen, .-,j', _
little b iliJ hid -and tu! sacn'ire not of her mad* or accepted, shall submit th- matter to be :.1 on:. :: .
i is eJ to .I! ); u-vn as t-u dhir.tcter expired, by only d.'ait with the _
oy captain or commanding officer ,
prnulirlv: attn'vit !bth ro natiois *'id ii.lifid'i-: AvdJhg attire, hit nearly all her slender ward- of the ship or flet ; and everv o.licer who shall : .r-
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act : t
alj. I foaid toe ;Spaniard, othe contratry, very r>ba, slie had the old man decently iiterredHer as hereinbefore directed, and consequently[ rrfuoe! Hen \: ':,'- i _

simle' and 'Ltfd'b in tnir ilaoortm? it. ,)So j< tas'c fui'ille I, she sat alone in her uncle's to accept d Ciidllenge, wii be deemed to have by),.. H J. >'. -'
Siii 1 ofthe present day is trl1 country of ei'1titvif room, weeping ; bitterly, when the master of dctv-d mordbly ; and to have evinced a requisite _
ant nomrully.at leist in fact. The bcjpapelito her faithless: lover, a good-looking young man,, obedience, not only to his order but also to the 4) Wtttr:If:::_ t >

"U"li1hhi3 : at the Hn't1olci'lrof thiiM.ni iwho entered. pledsure of the Queen. ; "'

allows .him rodo 3 n without" th' *' So, my Suzette, I find you have lost your -
: Jl Jaw Cracker. "
tTtin'i of condescension olve ?*' siid I otTer -Hull man, a German writer 'f" "
Imt 1 ; fie inirjue-ia or he.u come to you one for
d i, m'-li: n? Vie .sfe.H over the b dJ:; nfth lif f e. Will you marry me ?" and! u a poet, uses the fullowi.ig word- .( Lanp, J .. '
.
:1'.1 mills w'o: are slee.ii-ig OT t Jie st<,n of II *ir! You .ire jokin" "t" u r\ I'd6 tu 1 verf 1.i3Jn5sma33igberec- 't .
;
n"r '. ) U-: ril n i j iriey sne will not 'lesitiL1, No faith, I want a whife, FnYsure, I can't find I !htig? Meaninj a ma'i who is exempt by the &C.i'C. 0 I

jt' .-.try, ts,) ,lrink; from th sirrte ..t! HJ .1* thz.li a tetter one." constitution< from the payment of taxes. I by .' .. \ _

v i"' .Ii..aol, or tie! e'oeter! j w'ioCM p; lIrti II Rut every body will laugh at you for marry. Gum .iWY"'l.-We have been shown \' ';BI ; .1: 4. _t\ \ .
her firri I IT*. 'ri 1 r3 liive nti"h ih :ic.I1tIn: ing n poof sirl: like rne." of this valuable a specimen '\p'V' :* .frtf
'a( f\n'I'"hth! fIt' -:1z"I lve to this kJ-iJ or f'lil- Oh: if that i is your only objection we shall mim< recently discovered in 1
Ahchua Tne .
:antv. co p ,.illyfh,' i Rnli-ihwhoarji: i "ho hibiJ i:, soon get over it ; COTIC, come ulong my mother is County market is supplied from silt in etei .
Turkey and: tne E1.gt.Ve .
W'H 1 at t\\' n<>: 'J:' 'iivinj; their letter* :.".i 'r ron :reuej: to receive you." '; may hope that Florid !, itiit blt (ci. _
will
and
th"m ,)late' (,9'W'W"1' thpv ta'ce rhe-n v.tnj Si'i'tt hesitated no longer, but she wished to now come JVcios.in supply the demand.-St.Jlugustine : : ; -
take with her mernori her decoct unol It __ Shots I
t't4. ut th"2 eitim:ble inLit-lpr ifxnrJ a o ."******r -."***>*'VN4.lvW4HHPW ; : w
from ,4t- toX T' : thp cifr of ti< n ", n-liich i is roitrorvN t I." > nn was so fold: of tho animal, that he datermin- .'';
county, near Geor,. .iovvn, II. W, TERRY, aftera ;_ _
fi death hO'ild them for _
not
fh a.
u 'ul- "i 'I" (' H; The il-s'Tf i t\ : even separate i; shon illiis. narSO

.h i "lI'I'trttn"'lt' heJ ,ha )h r.tt": :-oi ;. ; IP hid her stuffed and placed her on the tester of ..- .....-...W -,..-.- --r-: CI.OCKERY
b. I 4Lt' 'IJrtiit the sani t.a1lb'il! :, hrn ".it'j ;'? bed. _ _
r r':' .ff: 'r\ tirn, dined nil I re'ip l *r'V > : .\* :; itIc to:k dowh pus*, sl.'e utterred an ex- We are authorized to announce by, A. Left.

( IT1-: \ -M 1 Vjp jjof to a.),vit t'irO e Of frMl-; 4- : -1 1 r. iM-n of surorisi at findin( ; her so heavy.- ROJERT J. FLJYD, Esq., as a Candi : ,

i p ;, .ro'n X.i".5\ t a sort ot de. (r:, full of \r"; .;., r .- l .ver hastened to open the animal, when out date for the Sc.idte from the Western Senatorial

ii3 t'itWIs he 'ey coolly took the .i: sli*';;': ':, ; (..jl i sh'fver of sold. There wa a thousand D.strict at the ensuing election. j jy27. 1 ; r _
collar L 'is 'o-icealed in the of the and this
t,1 rh a an-'ptehalhi-noitof rh.irn : : body cat, kt !
cc Hi ere," i.t 1 In* '110:1 did not thin'c rn. ,) ; :vj-fl, -vhih the old miser had starred himself to ::, We ,Rolf fr

Bilbinc, :Ht1fm pmerOroz"), w 'rtnvvoiir to it ,1 t I in: H*, bscime tire just reward of the worthy girl are authorized to announce '

table; in my !tur.rv d'nt, t'liik' vto .u w.jrnv :i 11 I her disinterested lover. Dr. N. A. LONG, of Jackson, as a Can .
: sit b sjdf me in mj, cal .- in. "ril'I04".1 didate: for the Senate from the Western Senatorial for wh-

.1 h? drive on, leavin ; thdniforl'iiit: t! \'ia1lr t nern'lrlf.a' Surgical Operation.-We take District at the enduing election. jy27 ; PAVEY\" < __ __
jiid hu\v! y to Xere on((11-Svels cl'ller'3 TraTut fV'.ri th Newburg Telegraph the following ac- -- --- street.
in Spain; > j : 'nt if ai interesting operation performed inf.jdt i iV I FOR RENT.-The building near the _

; v.llige bv Dr. Blackman) a young physician I .;iii;; Market", known as the Market Coffee :,irtr>enr of _

DUTY A\D Pi.cAstiin CQ' WOMSN'.-''reit j I v.'iio I h-.i? aft lined a high reputation for skill in House, will be rented on reasonable r jVt 4J', and fr _
iadeej, is the task assigned to n'oman.Vho c-i.: t.i ie irj.ral art.Ttiepitieiit t eriii. Apply to J. WYMAN.. f1.4 c,-. _
ffvate its dignity Who can its Apalachicola, 27
xi8eMe sin >ortance July 1844. ttit,
Not to make Uwi, not to tad armies not admhterofMr.: Purdy.nf Bloomitudile }-, -
t.> govern empires} h'lt to form/ho! ''jy whom I Iws: I Sullivan countdl1rin an attack of malignant NOTICE The partnership heretofore existing S ,.\ }--Ot :d. .
are nude, and armies led, and empires governed ; I Ita fever Last fall: lost, by mortification, a iace between the subscribers under I I

,gaud from the slightest taint possible infirmity, ]hr l rp portion of her cheek, together with a part the firm of Ie PRESTON & MACLAY," is this
'nc frail yer sporle creature whose nr ral, no less of the upper jaw-bone. In addition, her jaws day dissolved by mutual consent. -Jtels.,

thiihiiehyic.tl bein? must he derived from her :;; were firmly closed so that she could not eat and THOMAS PRESTON Port '
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oi.Je ;r those pure -i-
4' : prm.Viples, to inculcate those dor speak without difficulty. J. c. ,
'" to aninnt; .* those sentiment, which MACLAY.
unborn, nd tiaiinn"yet uocivJize d,3hill genpr"Jp'lSyet The: first operation wa.s the formation of a newcorner Apalachicola, May 8th. 1344. milNOTICE. 1m '

'Of-, t.a2\to bless to soften firmness into. mrcy, to on the left side of the mouth, as this cor :- Water at; ; _
chastv. honor into refinement, to exalt g er, with a considerable porion of the upper lip, : The co-partnership heretofore ex- \ _
1to Vie; by her soot nino cares to \'neot'h ad heen destroyed. Two weeks afer this operation in this place between the subscribers;, low by I
.tniii\ the bodj' and iIi- far under the firm MOORE & McKFNZIE is this Y
A
worse anguish ol which wa* completely successful, a piece .
the '
hr inmrf\by' her tpn-lTi: to disarm pasi9i t by of flesh was cut from the shoulder, corresponding day dissolved by mutual consent. HUGHES. .

jjiintyv( snV triumph ovr 6 ns? ; to cheer thescnoUr exactly to'the part of the cheek which had been' JOHN M. MOORE, street.
ltA<{:T his toil:: to console the \
; rtateeranfor
WILLIAM J
tv ;\.ititil jt. Of misra'ten Kht, and fcmsplanted tp the face. The patient A. McKENZIE. \ .
A Ipleto Mrs. Miller1
b- boit the which lasted Apalachicola, May 18, 1844. .
ihiTirrvijmi for iopp thtt: are blighted i, operation, nearly an hour, .' and fqt isle
for fne".J* thit X 'ri'1ioifor with great fortitude. The deformity has thus -
p? happiness that BUTTER.-17 Goshen
kegs
Butter
has pas;d awn'.Xt.Jc'if ;hr Vocaiii-n ; the couch been tircly removed from her face, and by the FRESH article,just received from New-York, {JJ: 1 ,
OtI1'' tortured 8iVr: thpiaon! of the of street.
friend th, cr'l s.r ., deserted use a instrument constructed on the principleof per brig Morea. For sale hyNOURSE -
scenes of WOUhafl'8 e. "j"c'"d S4vhIIr-thee are the levop screw, the contraction of the mouth & STONE, .. I
tpnc"| these}
on which her Kr alMiflL.npiliI1Vp< been are theatres achiev has already been so overcome that she can easily jy6 46 Water street. 1844. _
ed. Such is her dertinV.0 masticate sold (bod.lv 1 .
attend the neglected, ai Vlslthe forsaken, t to S UNDRIES.-10 bbls Cider Vinegar; derived : -
myriad? to remember lha forg.-tfuiness i of ; 2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia; years in _
-anlh? execrations of J2 Pill for a Ji, 7/ /An apothecary having in good
and _
mnltitiraes to bless when 6 chests Teas black &c. ., good
green, ,
; inoV.c1a refined to i
resign hAs
wh at theitre Barge,
, n seat a to an officer's
justice persecutes, when hr-ilk 10 kegs Salerdtus 3 do and services. _
Nutmegs Cloves
and discinle i fly, lady, the oScer feeling himself much ; charges
. unshaken for the .
and uncnafL 10 boxs ,
tOTemAin d and Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices pure
exhi ;
to it insulted of
sent a chall The '
in this lower world, a tvpe of iig apothecary was tad For- -," 1
thjLjve 5 baskets *,
1 -;IJre, con- at the meetitvt SaM Oil; 5 kegs Bar Lead: _
Rant and ineffable-which in punctual: but observed, that not pay ; .
arxuur worlde 3') bags Shot, assorted 1 case Sardines
; this
Mr taught to believe the best rew of virtue.r having been accustomed to sho>|, he had to propose ; estab \
5 case* Pickles; 1 do Preserves; upon
I a new of*dt1i1( the lie
way & dispute. t len
Estimate of ei1lzrriae.-They s. marrying drew from his pocket a pill box, anJ taking fnm 5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale by ____. prompt re. l .

was fU'l-1rett fun to be sure. Wlj wa a thence two pill, thus addresaed hi antagon t : DODGE & GARDNER W/ 10 au t ;-
sinzle man the world warned about wk As a man of honor sir apl6 40 Water street. I : f
Id enol1;h, you certainly woul >t men of
I : I was like an omnibus, was a passenger;, id wish to fight m? on un'e.jual/ terms; I l)3r! (| >, Ruborts, Allen & Ca., jel honored ta.
levy, and hid no more to do with it, th Jo set' therefore, I two pill*; one composed ufftvdeadly = HAVE on hand and for sale:' by special .

town and cire a button for any thri r. )>sin (poison. the other perfectly harnjle ; and bar Iron ; Blacksmith's Tools; adheevef

:1 the omnibus got upset, well, I walks! 0 nd are, therefore, on eqail ground if we e.Th s\\'al. German, English Blister and Cast steel ; .L

leaves the mln to pick up the pieces. B-.itXln low ( tI'un slnll take your choice, aj,'d I :: Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 galls; the eO! -
y, I takes a wife, and be handed: to me-its all v\v 13 faIthfully to take that which you4Va prOl1J; Hollow Ware- wholesale and retail ; Ship af :_ __
M well for a while, but Wrought and, Cut Spikes; Nails
ph nw' likcmrhiir an omX; is us-iles to aiM, that the arTdir wa?settled by < Brass ; street,
b Andirons Fire Irons
Jj. What did I get by it ? Row hearty iau. h. ; THOS.
J Inn!II fun\ Platform Scales, Beams and Ballances bv ., M.
Why
a Ja'Ir old ;
? woman and L\irce\ -
A &
squillor.: --------- Tin
Ware
' of all kinds, wholesale fc retail. :are S
Mighty difference
f\\ from courting Instead k\ PiSA TEn-Thp Br. ship Roth:.',ild, Capt. Fell, f Also, a general assortment of Hardware. to make Orleans.
L.ves my dllck'no my doar'-'i you please, X Liverpool., bound o n voyage (from Apalachicoia ? They are also prepared to attend to any orders will Mr.
:t hoiey'.nd, whcn youiike. lovel. -likc what) '* ,>V2rK! >ol with at.c.ugn t rI( 1.777 bal'6 of :ot- -T Iron or Brass Costing, Blacksmithing, Tin, count the _
It wa 11 CiUrtinZ time, it's a retliid} row. Sour> totid_8) Ios of C" yarithcp on Carytiordof pper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and Coper Basi-' .
looks i lte i )r. : tion ,
f a\cI ceLl pQtatn&-childrei: an J taMe rlothq I the! night Of .It' 21SI\prt. 'To're-hev the 1 onng on reasonnbleterms._ianl ly and firm
bdly shlp'rnm
0'1' for her situaticra it \' fo''md to
soa?, ahTays damn a necta riry
lId mending XEs. A fresh. lot of
;t and nothh empl wrt'ckf'r8 and at: r \haotwhinoinff on!board A heavy Kentucky Axes, New, :
that I am uarticularlV!; Cl'erfdarned sober or meilrle lPl1 \ lf.it was'nt their W|I:1;"about 820 bUtjV'I cotVonr>hey"sue. lust received and'for sole by I -- ;

% rank. My house an't 1)4 IFJcli.1ed to c',dedHvith great labor ir/ gtiti; herafhat( an': 'pla ____ B ELLTSON & CO., 33 Water st. % *
my own, I bn Jo four urivedthisportonthe'f.. IYov4ndy.! The su t V, I(' i'I' j>5 lai ,
.
persons hesides myself, the old vo.yr and chilren. U veyors 111 fcn.f he shIp have ordevil her to h" d4 'f OTARRISON'APPLE CIDER.-A superior style of : 'j
S J'm a partnership concern.I and as so I c.1argd afiLhavettdowttj: r Pinher c'x3tlindtio, f ..J. article of (eo. S. Badger's manufacture, tion of : '

tiariy un hue got !heir'fin ers in, 1 mu : burst i. The diversVmployed to asc tam the cooJition. of '..f j barrels for sale by\ mission :: ,

break and ,Slgrfover to you. \ P- the her rocks.bottom rtporied it be much cm,and injured by i NOUR3E. STONED : .

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j tfEGAX NOTICES. ADMINISTRATOR'S. : NOTICES, UNITED STATESTYPE WARM SPRINGS. INSURANCE AGENCIES...

_, ____________ ---- --- -- --- & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY, MEUIU ETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA. ,

raiiklin 'Superior "' our1.I NOTICE.-Six months after Ute, I will apply Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York. 4- THE PROPRIETORS of this watering THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIO5HIp'FIRE

CHAMBERS. G. M. Davis, Jud e of the THE respectfully Jff;;: place l have been induced to opeiHheir"ouse INSURANCE COMPANY-
.
'it.tAT lt J. Floyd, coinp't., County Court of Franklin county, for letters of I I inform the undersigned Old Patrons of the .nt: 11 : for the accommodation of invalids Office, J51 Wall Street, JV. TT.
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i .'** dismission from the estate of Thos.. .lI. Thompson. J: TYPE &, STElEOI'YPE FOUNDRY and others, much earlier this season than usual, Insure DwellinghousesVarehouses and-Baild--

1t ,. r.and nS\VOl: !'d't al, UN HANCERY. H. B. STOXE, Administrator known as JAMES in consequence of the many applications that have ings in general, Merchandise, Household'
is
formerly
;) dere daut& \ l' Apalachicola, May 1C, 1514. rnylS fin c CONSEn' and recently as been made for Board from different parts of the Furniture, Ships building,Ships in Pert:
;* more '
.11 Appearing to the Court from fidavit filed mAlff -Six months after date I will ap >ly k. "CO'l: IR & COOK'S," and the public country, by those laboring under various diseases, and their Cargoes of and evary description --

f I '.,," caasV, that'said -Lewis Ciis and George NOTICE Hon. Jdd e of the County Court for in general, that they are prepared to execute such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c all of which personal Property,

I J : liwold-trustees "of the Apa._chicola Land Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have AGAINST J. LOSS SMYTH OR DAMAGE ROGERS BY FIRE.

.. : topany, ,and said .rohq.1\I. Berrien and Davidfjjdefi estate cf John Norton, late of said county, de and every other article necessary to form complete heretofore held out more inducments to persons R. W. President
"ii: ; who are defendants in said cause, reside ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r. Printing Establishments, on as favorable seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to MAIJ.TIN: Secretary.

,I Wood the limits of'this Territory, to wit : the Apalachicola, April 17, 1811. a2Q Gm terms, and of as good a quality: as any other establishment those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we DIRECTORS.
4d Curfia and Griswold, in the state of New in the Unitea States. say come, and come early, if you wish to he J. SMYTH ROGERS, ROB'T McCOSKRY.

: [brlq&nd the said Berrien and Selden in the N OTICE.-Sit months after date,I shall applyto The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both benefited. These Springs have proved a certain JAMES BR.YAR McBRIDE, HENRY PARISH
JAMES REUBEN
; It i is ordered, that a notice be the Honorable Judge of the County Courtof cure in all cases of Rheumatism, &c. WITHERS,.
I f ;-rtttf'of Georgia. in style of face, and the material: of which Jt is Dyspepsy, JOHN ADAMS, WILLIAM SCOTT
Hilished once week for the space of four months Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from made, particularly adapted foi service in News and in no instance have invalids failed to be benefited JOHN HAGGERTY, F. SUYDAM ,

.jtha "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper the administration of the estate of John S. Ran- Printing. who have visited them, for the proof of G. C. VERPLANCK, PETER I. NEVIUS;
paper
'; pinte3 in thia district, before the ensuing term dolph, late of said county, deceased.FRANCIS QCAll kinds of Stereotyping finished to order.N. which, we can refer to innumerable certificates, I JOHN JOHNSTON, RICHARD IRVIN

of sat]
t r t'them to appear and answer, otherwise the Mirianna, Feb. 1st, 1S44. feb5 GmNOTICE. three times, previous to November next, will be State. JOHN I. PALMER, E. D. HURLBUT,

: tbmplain'ants bill ,will be taken pro confesso: .-All persons having claims against entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four To those in pursuit pleasure, we wl say this P.JAMES LORILLARD McCALL WM.GEO.COLGATE P. POLLEN,

,i +, 2Inst them (a copy-teste.) Williams, late of Jackson county, times the amount of the three insertions. much, that we intend to offer inducements enoughto LOWELL, HOLBROOK. ,

.,..: '* GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. deceased, are required to present the same duly JAMBS CONNER & SON. make the Warm Spring the Saratoga of the Thf undersigned have been appointed

1\ I -Ajm1hico1a, May 30th, 1844. fel 4m authenticated within the time prescribed by lawor New York, June 1st, 1811. jeS 3m South. We intend to keep a better House thanwe of the above Company, and are empowered agent to is.
this notice will be in bar of their ever have kept,(and it i is said that we generally
Franklin : plead re- sue, nolirif" of insnranrp, :nirntn'st los or (hm. rP'"
Court. --- -- -- ---- ---- -----
Superior -- -- --
,if All indebted Tlioanas JU. Gray, kept a very good one.) Our Beds arc all entirely 1- -0---- "
covery. persons to said estate are by fire, on as favorable terms as other good offices.!
: { .. jli : AT CHAMBERS requested to make immediate settlement. l HAVING opened a Tailoring new; our houses have all been repaired, and the
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NOURSE & STONE
{ ; : --R: bertM3Y; comp't., 1 Establishment: in the room lately whole a new and beautiful ,
V .: ', : THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator. place presents appear-- ApalachicolaMarch 23,18-14. 46 Waterst. (
I ,. .s. I TT foccupied by D. H. Pallais, Esq.f I The of the is fine ''=
atmosphere
ClIXCERY ance. temperature ,
I INi : JMarianna, Jan. 1'Jth, 1841. jan22 Gm
I ; .;- Curtt'.!'lnll Griswold, et al., J r --e- -.. watch-maker, directly over Mr. I the thermometer seldom rising above SO degrees.Our jETNA INSURANCE COMPANY 1
i tJ. t. defendants. J JIt --- --- ------ F. Kopman's store, where he is I Baths are in as good orders they can: be,and THE lord, Conn.-The undersigned agent fot1,

_ ( J"appearing; to the Court from affidavit filed Tax Notice r\ : prepared to execute all orders in for the benefit of those who have not paid us a the said Company, is prepared to issue policies of ,.
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ft l 'rlJin this came, that said Lewis Curtis and IN conformity with an Ordinance, passed by tTh \ :i workmanlike manner, and trusts visit! we will describe them : they are G in number, Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on

r.. Geargo Grisvyold, trustees of the Apalachicola Mayor and Council of the City of Apalachicola ti 1 1 U to give general satisfaction to each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressing river', on favorable terms. The capital of the
;. lad Campau), and said John M. Berrien and March 22d, IS 14, entitled An Ordin- those who favor him with
u each and
I : = ""-b may room attached to are so arranged as to above* company is large and invested in the safest.
; 3\'id iSeldenf who are defendants in said cause, ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City." -:" their patronage. raise the water to any depth required; our Spring possible manner, and its settlement of losses his

r: beyond'the limits of this Territory, to wit: .. I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this March 23, 1811. affords upwards of thirteen hundred' gallons of always been prompt and liberal. '

to .4. thes1Curti!and Griswold, in the state of New day Ieviedbpon, :and will on the IGth day of December water per minute; the temperature the wateris DAN'L J. DAY, Agent. < t
Yorlc;' sad the said Berrien and Selden, in the next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the Tailoring1. ,*
The taken
ii precisely 9J( degrees. analysis as by Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.
__ I Estate of Georgia.! It is ordered, that a.notice be Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public {1-} TERMS: -Cash on Delivery. .(Xl Dr. J. B. Getting, State Geologist, is as follow: _- I
f published once a week for the space of four months outcry to the hi<;he>t bidder, so much of the following Spring and Summer Fashions just rcr.t ved. rpHE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION \

", }I in the .'Commercial Advertise," a newspaper : described property, as will bring double ., THE subscriber respectfully Height above wine the level of the sea cubic, 7934:inches-feet- I INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartfod,

printed in this district, before the ensuing term the amount annexed, together with all costs and 4J informs the Citizens: Apalachicola quantity specific gravity one O.99-distilled: pint, or 23,875: water being 1,000. Conri.: with full power to receive proposals aid

'\ 'cO{ said Court, requiring said defendants,and each charges of sale. and /vicinity, that having GA; ES:"- Carbonic acid gas..2 cubic illch .:i.u'jJl'trtfe to issne policies on as favorable terms as otler

J y f.bel1"! to appear and answer, otherwise theJ B Ock L ts. I To whom a&se8 l'eL ct : \ \ _.IJ: for the Summer localed himselt at } of Ily lroen..a trace. good offices is prepared} to insure against loss or

1'complainants bill will be take pro confcssu I I I :16 J t the Office of R. J.Moses, ES'l"} ,on SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime..I grain. damage by Fire, and also:: to take Marine and Inland -

I / against them. (a copy-teste) :D2 ;4 } .\ T.i3ennett.2200C. : \ I, [y Chestnut street, is prepared, and: Carbonate of Iron..3: 5 grains. ,risks. The reputation of this company For
J.J 4 GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. ._ s will be pleased-on reasonable Carbonate of :Magnesia: ,.... .... 10 09 grains. settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
15
I I Apalachicola, May 30th 181-J. jel -1mJFraukliii 26 2 &. 35 C. 1.'.'. n:ir tl e tt,.. . 8 "I,-) \\, terms-to execute all orders in Ins The t teniprcrature" of theTater, winter and sum- well :known. DAN'L J. DAY,
--J 90 degrees.
meT, :
line ci'buincasin latest
the ihehicola 8 1844.
I j Superior Court. H:2 3 L. llird al,. . . 2)0H2 ;:: styles ._:A/[:< April _
and warranted to suit.
has been finished
:, ; I AT CHAMBERS. .J J. C. llirdsal,... . 2)0Fl A Splendid Road expresslyfor Wm. Sydney Green, M. D.
N.B. Bovs Garments attended
to.
!5 Thomas Mitchel, G &. 12 Calhoun &. Bdss,. . 1(100.A w JAS.particularly C. COLEMAN.: riding; three miles in length; it leads to the GilEE.N takes this opportunity of expres-

'.1' Apalachicola 1st 1S1
1,1. _jel the most magnificent! views in Georgia. A good :
1 & endeavor
9 it his
\ them that shall be constant to render
frDodge,McDuugald,
C. Ed mon d son,. .. _)(iJImp't \ ()O road has also been made to the well known
\ and'Bass, trustees of the III :)&.l 5 L. A. LeCny, himself more useful in his profession.Office .
..a Franklin! Land and Apalachicola E2 11 John Gilmore. . 250 (AT THE OLD STAND OK JACOB FOGLE,) COLD SPRING, only fths of a mile from the :: on Centre near Water street. dec25

Lot Company; .t3 6 l. It Griffin,. . . IOU COLUM3US, GEORGIA. Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it, I '

A f( Lewis Curtis and George'IN CHANCERY.: 1 9 Estate of John Gillispie, 22:) M TAKES this method of infcrmn to be the finest ccld water in the world. ATTORNEY:. L.& 'COUNSELLOR V. Sprntt, AT LAW.

C2 Jacob . . The amusement at the Springs are various.
Griswold, trustees of the G&7 Harvey" 750lmp'l ; !; the public, that ne has Jut
-'f-: TT71LL for the future reside in this city. All
: Ball i B and the servicesof
The Room
i' 'i ii S Apalachicola Lund Co. ; A2 7 John Kern,.. . ... 3 ;'JImp' ": ..... returned from New York, with a opened nightly : t V who have committed legal business to his
the !best Musicians in this section of the
John .. one (-' ::
..
\ assignee in 10 3 Kennedy, 250 ne v and splendid assortment ufJEWELHY care while a resident of Quincy, will please address .
I bankruptcy of George W. 8 2 J. C. Love,.. . . 3 OU country, is engaged' to take charge of it. ?tim at this place. He \v 114 continue a regular -

Ross, defendants. 17 :JVilliam Low,.. . 3 00 Consisting in part of Gold and Sliver Watches, a We intend to cvote our time exclusively this: aenIance/ upon the courts of Jackscn; and
Charles ., 5 season: to the comfort of our visitors, and we hopeto GadsUen counties and the Court of Appeals
B2 00Imp'dE2 ,
TT appearing to the Judge by affidavit; ; filed in 11 McKinney, new pattern of beautiful Breastpins-among them : at
X this cause that said D.lniel.McDou.ald. James 10 J.I\fartin.. . . 4251fl11)'d some DIAMONDS of the \ater-Gold and be able, between us. to please all, and see that Tallahassee. .
\lltc.lelll\Iar7.ell: . 3 none go away di-ss iti-med. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Ofiiy over W. A. Wood's,No.\Vatf'rstreet:
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis A2 ( 25E2 Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold
., and George Griswold; and Myers, reside 5 Jno. T. Mvrick. .... SOt) and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob will hive charge' of the hous., S. R. B. too, will -ApaUchicola-: Jan. 8, 1s.t4.

bevond: the limits of the Territory, to wit : tite PI 11 Ins ') Mitchell,.. . -150 Chains, Silver Spoons: Plated Cantors: Ma,itle give his w'lc.le( ,attrition.; James F. Fari'ior,

said McDougald, Calhoun and: Mvir=-, in the state E2 U K. McKenzie,. . . 5) (Hi Clocks, fine Knives, &.c. Scc., which! he will sell Our charges w'-ll he the sine: as heretofore, PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the HI t &; 17 .{. Mjitlind; ) &. 80n ,. 7 00 low for cash. $30, per month; for Board; and Losing.;} i Baths Apalachicola, Fla.

state of New Yor; and (he said Bass in the state HI 9 & 12 :7eter 31cl! Jo Mitchel. GO:) FULL JEWELED GOLD WATCHES AS CHEAP AS free. A fine stock of iroods:: i H kept here, and 1Iaalwavs be found at the office of Farrior &.

of Alabama. Jt is ordered, that a notice be published 15 8 A J. Norris) ,. . . :1 0:) SEVENTY: DOLLARS. sold at fair prices. These /rings are 33> miles Co. N;). 41 Water st. He would respectfully solicit

once a ween for the space of four months 30) 7 ). den & FdJUiOIl, . 1 25 All kind Watches and Clocks:: repaired, and north of Columbus, and 10 iril.south\\\ ; : d t Green) I he patronage of his friends and acquaintance -

I 1 before the ensuing term of this Court, in the Imp'ct C2 00 .Jan'l. Ryan, . . 325Imp'd warranted to perform well. ; ville. Visitors will fine no cJ Kficulty!! : i h rojclunif ; dec25; ;

I 4 Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in ; A 00 John R.ltll! . . ::2 25Imp'dA2 : N. B. Persons residing in Apalachicola, or here at all times, a*; the daily Stairs connect: -- -t"

this District, requiring said defendants to appear i 2 ;prank White,. . . 300 along the river, wishing their Watches or other ..iIouileIontgnmery, ')w.mjII1.tJ.til; ) ,. ;; :M icon Ligon & Owens,

,' and'answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall 7 .1 ['hos. I. 'Vingate, . 2 75 Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to send and :Madison with Columbus andlreeii.'illa, and ATTORNEY'S:: & COUNSELLORS AT LAW

( be: taken pry confesso: against them. F:2 15 oleary Williams,. . G 00 them by trustworthy hands.,during the boating: Hacks! run daily from both places hoiso: there Abbeville! and Troy, Ala.
I (cop .f ste) PE1'Eft HOBFRT season, can have them repaired by Mr. LeGay; -will t t E ; $ GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. City TlU Col/ector. and returned with nearly the same despatch as also leaves ColutnhiH three times a week by the T y :Courts 1 1 the counties ol Montp')yery Pike, '

) Apalaehict! May 31st. 184-1. jel ,I in Apalachicola, June 7th. IS 1 t. jclS GmCommission though Ins establishment were in Apalachicola. way of Hamilton, for the Springs.The C'jtiet*, D.tlo, Henry and Barbt.'nr, Pi.rosing: the
Columbus, Ga., Oct. lo>, IS 13. 40 tf Proprif'torill be ready to receive Company eijjnti Judici si Lir.-uit if the Sra' liama.
Apalachicola District of Florida. Busincss. on the first May. \VOODSON L. LIGOAboeville ", -
_
q In Superior Court-Franklin County. 8250 Reward SEYMOUR R. BONNER. Hflr.y. co4i1L'
AiphonseLoubat, New York, March 12th, 1814. WHEREAS, on the night of the 15th instant, WILLIAM: G. JOHNSON. .: HASTINGS E O\'tNS, \;
} 11Trot.
CHANCERY.vs. WITH of business derived
IN
c-: a knowledge house of The Warm
> George S. Hawkins Springs are so well known that we pike cO a. :
4' David D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage. from an experience 01'more than twenty years in Esq., was destroyed by fire, and is supposed to be dothink it necessary to trouble the public with a :: -ReftTs to-." 1ft..".

: appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the Commercial and other business pursuits, and good the act of some incendiary. Now therefore, by long array of certificates, sett ing! forth their claimsto Col. A !McAllister, \

., IT David D. Churchill, the above defendant, facilities, the undersigned tender their services, virtue of the powers in me vested, as ;Mayor til; the patronage of the invalid, as well as the Gen: A McAllister, ] HCnJY co,Ala. .'j

resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur- the City of Apalachicola, I hereby other a r wan) man of health and pleasure. We will therefore Maj. Jefterson Buford, Eif ila, Ala.._ ..
chase and sale of all kinds of Produce and Foreign
1 out of the Territory of Florida, but within the and ( of TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARSfor oily; invite! the attention of the reader to the following Hon'le. Jas E Belser, ntgomery, Ala.

United States: It is ordered, that publication be Their Domestic Goods. the apprehension and conviction of the perso: l letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell[, of Columbus Gea'l.[ John Dill, Fort aiues, Ga: :: I
business will conducted established -
made in some newspaper published in the city of be upon or persons committing the act ; and it is further : Me 1irs. Chester:: & :MGriff Apal'a.; FJU: t J

Apalachicola, once a week for four months, requiring for principles all sales, and effected with a and view to prompt to returns all- enjoined and required of all Oificers and good COLUMBUS, March 23d, IS.14. January Ootli! ) 1844. jan29 tI .
him to appear and answer the said bill of answers citizens,to use diligence; in detecting the offenders: Dear: fir-t is: -He you as the accommodating .I
orders with which be favored.
complaint on or before the expiration of that they may Given under my hand, in the City of Apalachicola a':d co'inen-.H! proprietor of the Warm Springs, of : UHTCS ofWharlage.T .
tim, or the said bill will be taken as confessed Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of this 20th day of June, A. D. is.1 I. .:wI.'rriwet!her, (:oi'lts-ht isdujthe! publicTwhomay iii; following ar/the Rates of Whai'age oa

Against him, and such further order given in the Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on -je22: It DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor. wish to l L-ive tiinr own home: and firesides all Cotton, Methandlse, &c. Iand dtship.
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special ped frJJm the \rn--'f at this Port :
\a premises as to the Court may seem justice. during tie! sirl.-Iy svisji, to seek a place where
-i: F.: BAL TZELL agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of An Oraiiaaaicc On Cotton,Pf a le, hndel1.. .. .6j cents.
GEO. /
(Copy-Teste.) they can enjoy health, a'.d all the comforts ofcuitiviteJ
responsibility of drawers.:; Providing for the arrest of oUender?, &c. On shipped .. .6} "
J. Clerk.
& L. BRANCH ) and refilled
FOWLE DE COIN & CO. Section 1. Be it ordained the : :! ::society, to point them to.. '
ard
by Mayor : On Ooodj: per barrel: landed, (estinwting :-
Solicitors for thiVarin ; jriIL .
Compl'ts.Apalachicola. In its
.. marSO Gm 7S\ Pearl street. Co'incil of the City of Auiichicoh| Tiiat in all! Topographical situation tiv cubic feet or 200 lbs.ntteqil .
: Feb. 28,1S44. mll-lm cases, u"in conu.'luiil: being niod1: of'thr vioLfint, it i-s iu-siioTi'ly{ [ inferior to Watering t Joi baFFel.3 Ie
0-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THUS. M. ot any ordinance of said city to'the Mayor, he ulucv mi.-! 1T:uted :'tate'Fhie Medicinal virtue 'I
Franklin Superior Court. C I barrel u
DOYLE, of the lat firm of DOYLE & shall have full {power and authority to i Lsue his -.iit;; W :ters from the Chemicdl analsis submitted On (nod:, p'T shipped..3

w ( A. G. Semmes Spring Term, 1S44.. BUTMAN," Triangle Buildings, New Orleans, warrant directed to the M.irsli.tl of raid city, commanding :J ;r.> i : e I'Mhlicby the States Geologist, has "" iilt.:, /er*. sack... Luded..3 J.: )i' I

----4 } ; has this day associated with him in business, .Mr. him to arrest the person ,or persons com1'ldiued uuil f-v.r will oxert a happy! influence ovtr RheurnatiNrn sh1pped.3 ..:?b1i(:
vs. V $300-Attachment against and detain !him
Damages her perccl'd..2.3
F them
or until
HENRY BIDWELL, and will continue the ; ;'>'nchitis Laryngitis Hipertitis Diarrher
) Elias Simpson, ) otherwise ordered by the :Mayor. ; ; ; I.lmber, per M feet. .. .. .50 *-'
p. defendant and all interested are Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commission Business Pec. 2 Be it further ordained, That in all ; Dys -nt.try :Dispepsy, and all diseases the J'
persons cases iVicks, per M. .. . . .50
THE at the old stand under the skin and Kw\'s.)
name and finn -when 'a'
be
f ,of the/institution of the above suit, judgment may rendered in the Mayor's Shingles, M .. .. .12fr"
per
of DOYLE & BIDWELL. Court against for III addre( ing this note to sir I have
violation
any person a of anv of you only '
and i
are required to appear and plead as required ".S cks of meal
m.f : corn, oats, or 1other
the ordinances of said
law. A. G. SEMMES. THOS. :M. DOYLE, city, the Judge ot said complied with; the earnest solicitations of scnv*
.by HENRY BID WELL. Couit; !lllt.r; remit such portion of Mid judgment as kind friends who have been either radically' cured ; merchandise, contalningy t(

_k Apalachicola 18.18Jif allO3m( New Orleans, July 1st, 1844. jv6 ITIISSOLUTION in Ins opinion\ may be proper, when its appearing! or greatly benefited! by the curatives of the Waters not more than three bushels" shIpped' onboard
that, : suc.i ollence was committed under mittjgating All lamber, salt or merchana'
of
: Fruultlm: Superior Court.Spring OF COPARTNERSHiP.The .- circ.uistances. the Warm Springs.I wssels steam-boats frtfte Te seJs,

; Bush & Co. i.vs. Term, 1344.Hjllyer D Co-Partnership heretofore existing:; under Passed by Council 30th May, 1844. am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consideration steamboats or or rafts, lying at, / wharf, wIll be

the name and style of DOYLE & BUTMAN," J2_DAVID G. KANEY, Mayor. your obedient servant charged one wharfage /
.
Foreclosure .
> of :
Mortgage. J. J. BOSWELL. land'
Jt Wm. fr "Shepherd.j ) Ship Chandlers and Grocers, Nos. 2 &, 4 Deloipstreet Au Ordinance To Col. S. R. Bonner. What'tage on cotton, oVmerchan and Jse
Triangle Buildings, is this day dissolvep ed, to bo paid by the consfe \ shlPped -
t To raise Fund for
the
and all a
defendant persons interested are City Hospital. Warm Springs:; Merriwether Co. fia-, April 21. i of Lading.
mutual ?
THE by consent. All claims due by said firm b% t.he taking
party
Section 1. Be it Ordained
: notified of the institution of the above by the Mayor andCouncil n dise not enumerated
are requested to be presented and those indebted ARUISUl' All"or and
APPLE CIDJiR.-A superior < me
suit, and that I1 will apply to the Jude of the of the City Apalachicola, That from
to make payment to THOS. M. DOYLE who -Li article of Geo. r's manufacture above Wll be /correspondmgates.
Frankin I and after the first of S. Bad charge .
Superior Court of County, at the Spring day September next, thefohloing steamboats, tyng at the
will continue the above A
in
business
his barrels for sale Vessels! lifters
on own account by ,
for foreclosure taxes shall be levied
term of said Court, 1814, a of said upon all : (Ir
the name of the firm to be used in liquidation passengers NOUPSE & STONE, Wharf, and not vmg dischargmg cargo,
mortgage. A. G. SEMMES, Pill's Att'y. arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each and fa for the use of theberth tLa.
only. (,Signed) THOS. M. DOYLE jel 46 Water street. will be required }
J-L Anahchicola- Nov. 2-j, 1844. apl20} 3m BENJ. BUTMAN. every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fifty QI'm of two rinliand nfty cents per day, and to -

Franklin Superior Court. Orleans June 1:5 cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving i LEAD-500 lbs Bar Lead. waf ve/19 or boats landing or discharging*
t > ..: New : 18-14. jyG 1m BAR give to
C from
by
%Wm. Lawrence, sea any foreign country, the sum of two For sale by The frllov/S!> Article of the Regulations cf the
T0TICE.1'he undersigned have this day dollars. CHESTER, F44RRIOR & McGRIFF, Chamber of Commerce, will: be
Apalachco:
if'Elizanelh"Lvrence< .. VS. formerly} Bill of Divorce. formed a partnership under the name and Sec. 2. Be further ordained, That the owner jel : 4-1. .Water street. strictly **c ed to:-

TI .. Elizabeth Burns. J style of "GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the transaction or master of each and every vessel arriving at Comees. of cotton shall be allowed three
'k HEdefendant: in this case will take notice, of a general Wholesale Grocery and Commission this port, after the first of September next, shall QUNDRIES.-LO bbls Cider Cassia Vinegar; days fot. cir cotton to remain on the-wharf, and
1\" : Business. D. GOLDSTEIN, render without delay, under oath, to the Trea- J 2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats ; ettawhar '
bat on the first day of October next, I willproceed black &c. purch '.:i two days, withcut incurring
surer of said city, a true and full 4G chests Teas, green, ,
a1e the of Timothy Smith JOHN R. BEERS. amount of all /e If after notification by the wharfinger..
to depositions -
and Cloves
do
p. 3 :
Nutmegs
'' the above case at the Clerk's Office in the City Columbn, April 1, 1811. apl3 2m passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owneror I J\kegs Saleratus; 4 do they/10\-- it to remain a longer'time, they snailincan
in master of boxs Ground Spices
Pepper
: -- such vessel, shall pay to the Treasure fi10( ; ; bale for-
-
of Apalachicola, at which time and place the NOTICE The partnership heretofore existing of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and r 5 baskets Sala Oil; 5 kegs Bar Lead; twenty-four(:xtra wharfage hcurs that ol 61 it cents remains per thereafJ. .

the said." defendant may attend. plate between the subscribers under every passenger, for which tax the vessel shall' \ 30 bags; Shot, assorted ; 1 case Sardines; fy allowed to
R. J. MOSES, Att'y for Pl'fK the firm of PRESTON & MACLAY," is this also be held liable; and any owner or master of 5 cafes Pickles; 1 do Preserves; Wottd and lumber shall not be incurring -

'11 ;-Apahehicola.J'ine_ 2S: 1844. je2D 3m, day dissolved bymutual consent. such vessel, refusing or neglecting to comply witli:1the :[ 5 do 'omato Catsup, for sale by ycmain.more than twenty-four for twenty-four hours without hoursthereafter. --

Court provisions of this ordinance DODGE & GARDNER, an-extra wharfage
it jnJacksOnStiPerJ0r THOMAS PRESTON, shall be liable to\ "
C .. To the Spring Tenn, 1814. J. C. MACLAY.Apalachicola. said city in the penalty of fifty dollars. aplG .', 40 Water street.; monthly for coHec--.
f a.meS 'BoOn -' Maysth, isu. ml 1 m Sec. 3. Be it further ordained. That the fund Allen- I All bill* vill be presented & STONE.
& NOURSE
Co.
: ) ,FOR DIVORCE. from the tax aforesaid Roberts, tion. -
vs.: 5. LIBEL arising shall be reserved
": .' co-partnership heretofore ex : AVE on hand and for sale: I Apalacliilola, Dec. 4,1843. HCHAIRSReceived -.. :
used
Piety Boon4 NOTICE.The and only for the benefit of the City Hospital, H .
'
place between all bar Iron Blacksmith's .of
will take notice the sub3cribers, Sheet ; Tof9; per ship
an in said 'case, "under such regulations as the Mayor and Council !
'THE-'defen take' the under the firm of MOORE & McKFNZIE, is this \German, k' {lishBlister and Cast steel j f CHAIR
t to testimony prescribe.
sbalJrQceed day dissolved: by mutual consent. may auldron g ede,from 20 to 120 galls! ;na-
of'Jri Katb nJ.;Pitrman} William Gay, WilliamPrSctofand'JamesBarnes JOHN M. MOORE Passed by Council, 20th June, 184,1f lTohlow Wre;;wholesale and retail; 1 10 don Cane Seat Maple Chairs,

F Esq., on Monday the WILLIAM A. McKENZIE., DAVID G. RANEY, :Mayor. :Wrought ail{ Cat Spikes; Nails I :3 ,*, II curled *'.
sixth day of May next,*at, 10 o'clock, A. M., at Brass Andirois;j- Fire Irons 2 ,*. Boston Rocking Chairs,
,
Apalachicola, May 18, 1S-14. A XES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky A es, "
'
Mount Ballair
Rocky Platform ScXes.Bean\s( It
n.rr cufrimjattle', & Brothers, and es; 1 Mahogany
j s, filed with 1-1_just received and for sale by r Tin Ware d all kinds'wholesaleretail.; ? Beaureaus, Tables,
North lfibyinteTrogatoriea; now BUTTER.-17 kegs Goshen Butter, ; Als outs, Sideboards;
I \ ,It thiilbtNaidCourLI FRESH, article,just received from.'New York p13 B ELLISON & CO.. 33 Water sSWEDES 'I lf' Al o, a general assortment of I-1j'dware.orders Bedstead ;Washstands, Curled[ Hair MaUtaSSna lofor

I 1\ \..;' ..;l..-:, "'.. rONGE & TAYLOR, "\ pelr. brig Morca.I For. sale byNOURSE, IRON.-Assorted size!', just receii d for They Iron are or also Brass prepared Castings to, ,Blackrtnithing attend anY; Tin,. Feathers &.c., all of which PETER will be HOBART sold

; 70'; 1-M' 1iitcn:; for Complainant ..; & STONE sale by B ELLISON & CO., Copper! or SheetIronwork, or .:tin and Copper Cah, by'I

i ,, "ii, a.4' 'J .. .ap9.. .lc..'. .I L ,jyt) : .J ; tter tr&et.gt ap27 &: Water street. Roofing reasonable terms. janl ly much :
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