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CARDS.

Wan. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AAND COMMISSION'
MERCHANTS.
go 41 Water Street,
nov2.5 ly ./Apalachi6ola, Fla.

COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
-wiv A _1_l ,:n l A Tl^I -;!


r The follo-vina geatlemen are Of ithori-
zed ignts; aAd they are emp'w'er4 to receipt
for tie pay ne it of any subsriptios, advertise-
manta or other printing, to be for.#rded to us:-
B. G. ALDRMA.N-, Marfianna, Va.
J. S., S-xNuaz, St. Adlustine, la.
JAs. Pa-v, St. Joseph, F'la.
N. BAKER, Brown's Ferry, FlI
A. S. GarsEEwvooD'Albany, lier Co., Ga-


T. H, d H. Austin,
,O M MI SS1 ON' N M ERC H AN TS,
,No, 50 Witr street,
Apalatchiofa;
Liberal advmnees made or Cotton shipped to
New York. novel ly
Th', L,, LeMitchel,
COJMMISSL)N & FORWARDING
IWERCHANT,
No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola.
dec7 ly


"BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS.,
Doyle & Bidwell, -
*IP CHANDLERS & R ROCERS,
1No3.l& 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee,
Sand at No 20 Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.
: "W1 :)LEALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
ER`5 in Pai, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and
Window Gl H &c. Will keep constantly on
hand, a go.)od ort-ment, of the above as follows:
S ,WHITE LT .-Pure Extra, No.. 1 and 2;
Waite a id Re'e;d, dry; Venetian Red;
Y'tlow a id Jxd 3cree; Ivory Black;
Cirorne 'hreea '.t 'xo do;
S >a-niih nd L r v.i Brown; Blue Black;
SGreei a- I 31uh3 V tter.
'C'ro-ne Yell.Twvan ter,
F1.E COL)R3:-U-tt ie a CoR;
:'Lallow Lrke and Crid and Cob.
Drop do. aad Antwerp e; Indian Red;
Chiiese Ver:nilioa; R'ish'do;
Va-id'ie Brown; Turke mbombre.
Terra de 3.inna; Purple .e. 'vYork do;
Cro-us M irtis; Mineral G';o.
Emerald ai Paris Green, &
OILS & BR 13JHE--Lilseed Oi o. boiled;
Spirit Tur )entine; Soerm Oil, ...
Paint Brushes from No. I -to ,-- T
,Varnish d,'. of all sizes;
SAshs Tools from No. I to 8,; Bad Hair-;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and ro'iut H r
'Brussels d); Blinders of all sizes; "
Sable & C -nel Hair Pencils, 11 and ln long
.Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes*, round and flat; \
:Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Ske.ikers, l thoeiny, Stained and Patent d
Whitewash and Mop do;
D,ting, Fincy and Shaving brushes;
SClothes ant Hair do; Grate and Horse do;
e iFa'iv Feater Dusters;
S VARN-i'iE N:-Copal, white; Coach do:;
SCabinet Polishing and Furniture do
"Mi tic, for Pictres, &e. -"
WINOOW GL 1S3-2,300) boxs assorted sizes of
Frenh, E ilish and American.
( Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats,
Shiooing ani Plantation uie; together with a
variety of articles in the Painting line, too num-
erous to mention. jy6 ly


Moore & IRcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 32 Water street,
Apalachicola.
JnfN M. MOORE. )
WM. A. McKENZIE, novl ly
Farrior & Co*,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT 3,
No. 44 Water-street,
nov25 ly A alachicola, Fla.


HM R. Wood,
NOTAR V PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola FPa.





P PILOT AN !) NAVY BREAD .-50 bbls Pilot
50 do Navy, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st,-


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pulation and commerce; and whereas, it is indis-
pensably necessary for the convenience of the nu-
merous settlers, that a road should be opened
leading from the St. John's tiveri opposite to Pa-
latka, and running, through the Deep Creek set-
tlement, (it being the nearest roatei) to the City
of St. Augustine; combining the advantages of a
road for transportation and the corveince of a di-
rect mail.
Be it therefore Resolved by the Governor and
Legiglasive Council of thLe Territory of Florida,
That otir Delegate in Congress, bei and he is here-
by requested to Use his best exertions, to obtain an
appropriation of ten thousand dollars, for the
opening of said road.
Be it further Rtesodled, That as soon as this
preamble and resolutions be passed, and signed by
the proper officers a certified topy of the same,
Ue forthwith forwarded to our Delegate in Con-
gress. ^
[Approved 23d February, 1844.
Preamble and Resolutions.
WHAEREAS, The inhabitants of Columbia and
Hamilton counties, Florida, and adjacent conuties
of Georgia, living on the Suwannee and St. Mary's
Rivers, are entirely without the convenience of a
mail route: And whereas, the nearest Post Office
to them is Alligator, (Columbia Court House) a
distance varying from twenty to fifty miles: And
whereas, a mail toute from Alligator by Blount's
Ferry and Hogan's Bridge, Florida, to Centrevil-
lage, Georgia, a distance of not more than one
hundred miles; would afford the desired facility,
to numerous itihabitants of Florida and Georgia,
and the cost would be trifling, compared with the
advantages to the aforesaid inhabitants.
Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is here-
by request to use his best exertions to have the
said Mail route established.
Be it further resolved, That copies of the fore-
going preamble and Resolution, duly authenti-
cated, be forwarded to our Delegate in Congress;
the Post Master General, and the Speaker of the
IHouse of Representatives, of the Congress of the
United States.
[Approved 23d February, 1844.
Preamble and Resolutions.
Whereas, there are several public lots in the
city of St. Augustine, not required for military
purposes; And whereas, the sixteenth sections,
which by law have been reserved for school pur-
poses, are entirely valuless, and Utterly inadequate
to carry out the benificent object intended by
Congress of imparting instruction to the youths of
our Territory.
Be it therefore resolved, by the Governor and
Legislative Couincil of the Ter'itory of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress be requested to use
his best exertions to obtain from Congress a dona-
tion to the free school of-lhe city of St. Abigus-
tiner the pblid lots in said city, not absolutely
required for military pUrposes;
Be it further resolved, That a cbpy of the above
preamble and resolutions, properly certified, be
forwarded to-our Delegate irt Congress, with as
little delay as possible;
[Approved 24th February, 1844.
Peamble and Resolutions.
Whereas, The Counties of Hillsboro' and Her-
nando, have idereased greatly in population, and
whereas, the establishment of a mail route from
Pilatka, via Micanopy, Fort King, Warm Springs,
Fort Plentiful, Hernando Court House, Fort
Brook at Tampa Bay, would afford many facilities
to numerous citizens in those sections of country;
and whereas, the nearest Post .Office to the set-
tiers at either of those places, is at Tampa Bay,
a distance varying from twenty to one hundred
and twenty miles, a matter of great inconven-
ience.-
., Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
Thiat our Delegate in Congress be, and he is here-
by requested, to use his best efforts to procure the
establishment of a mail route from Pilatka in St.
John's county, via, Micanopy, Fort King, Warm
Springo,'Fort Plentiful, Hernando Court House,
Fort Brook at Tampa Bay.
te' it further resolved, That a copy of the fore-
gw.ing preamble and resolutions be duly authen-
ticated and forwarded to, the Hon. David Levy,
our Delegate in Congress; also to the Post Master
General.
[Approved 28th February, 1844.

Preamble and Resolutions.
Whereas, The growing commerce of the town
of Jacksonville, in Duval County in the Territory
of East Floriday and the increasing trade of the
extensive country borderingon the rive St. John's,
i\said Territory, call loudly for the establishment
of Marine Hospital, as a place of refuge to our
unfortunate seamen, who, from disability or dis-'
ease, require the fostering care of the General
Government : And whereas, the healthy and con-
venient location of the town of Jacksonvilte, to-
gether with the many other advantages it pos-
sessear recominetids itself, as a suitable place for-
the establishment of a Marine Hospital.
Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the' Territory of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is here-
by earnestly requested to use his best endeavors
to procure fromt Congress, a suitable appropriation
for-the purpose of erecting a Marine Hospital in
there own of Jac'ksonvlle, Dural county, in t.e
Eastern District of Florida.


Be it further resolved, That a copy of the fore-
going preamble and Resolutions be certified by
the proper officers, and forwarded to the Hon.
David Levy, Delegate from Florida.
[Approved 28th Februiary, 1844.

Preamble and Resolutions.
Whereas; The coast ,fid straits of Florida are
as a long lane through which vessels from all
quarters of the globe are continually passing and
repassing: AnA, whereas, the mattime interest of
our country'has,-and is suffering for the want of
sufficient light houses: And whereas, Key Bis-
cayne at Cape Florida has been totally abandoned,
since its partial destruction by the Indians, there-
by resulting injuriously, to the commerce of our
country.
Be it therefore resolved by the Governor aid
Legislative Council. of the Territory.of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress be, and'he is here-
,by requested to urge upon Congress the absolute
necessity and& propriety pf aving' Light Hous


erected at Mosquito Inlet, Cape Cannaveral; tad
the repairing of the one on Key Biscayne, at Cape
Florida.
Be it further resolved, That a copy of the fore-,
going reamble and resolutions be dy athen-
ticated and forwarded to the Honorable Elavid
Levyj by him to be laid before Congress
AppJroved 28th February, 1844.
Preamble and Iesolutions. -
Whereas, There are several public lots in the *
city of Pensacola, in the county of Escambia, bes
lived not to be reserved for any particular public
purposes, and whereas, the sixitteenth sections ,
which by law, are reserved for school prposefr
have not been located, and owing to the existence
of the numerous Spanish Gfants in that countyA
it is doubtful whether they can be laid off, and
even if so are entirely valuless; and utterly inad-
equate to carry out the bebificent object intended
by Congress, of imparting instruction to the youth
of our Territory. %.
Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the TeAitory of Florida#
That our Delegate in Congress exert hitaself to
obtain from Congress a donation to the free school
of the city of Pensadola the public lots in said
city, not intended fo"other purposes. *
Resolved further, '-hat a eopy of -the above
preamble and resolution properly certified, be"
forwarded to our Delegate m Congress as earlyst,
practicable.
[Approved 8th March, 1844.
Preamble and Resolutions. .
Whereas, The Southern part of Columbta
county has become thickly settled, and is still in-
creasing in population: and whereas, the said iIA
habitants are entirely without the convenience of
a mail toute, or Post Office, the nearest Post Office
being I4ewnansville, Alachta county a distance
varying from twenty to thirty' miles, and the di
ver Snta Fee running between said1 citizens and
the Past Office, and whereas, the establishment
of a mail route from Alligator to Back Creek, a
distance of more than fifty miles, will afford the
desired facility: Therefore
Be it resolved by the Governor and egi slativeo
Council of the Territory of Florida,- That our
Delegate in Congress be,- and heiitherebt equest.
ed to use his best etertions to get estabt=ised 4.
mail route, from Alligatory by ty Ceak, and
by New River to Black Creek, -&d back once a
week off horse back.;
Be if further resoltedi That copies 6 thie for4--
going prealMble and resolution be duly *tthen,6
cAted and iansmitted to our Dlegte in C 61k
gress, and to the Pbst Master Genera -of t0 -
Urnited Stafe.
fAprboll 6tIMarchI844.
Preamble aftd Resoltions, askig of Contess sam
Appropriation for clearing oQi the obstructions-.
in the Suwanee River, &c.
Whereas; The increasing trade and growing-
population of the counties bordering the Suwanee
river, make the free navigation of said river at
all seasons, a matter of vital import to6*.hecitiz-
zens of the adjacent country: And wl;: eas, by
feasof of obstructions in said rifer, tht-: ,ivigation
up to the Glorgia line, is much impeded, to the
great injury of the citizens residing in the vicin-
ty of said river: And whereasiCongres vdid ap-
propriate fifteen thousand dollars, for te remo.--
val of said obstructions, which was fterevonted
from being executed by the breaking out, and-
continuance of the Setninole watr in consequence'-
of which, said appropriation has reverted bhack-to-
the national treasury.
Be it therefore resolved by the Governoftndi
Legislative Council of the Territory of Flotida,.
That our Delegate in Congress be requested to.
use his best endeavors to procure a reappropria-
tion of said sum, for thecliaring out the obsttuc-
tions in said river, and that a copy of this resou-
tion be forwarded to him, by the Secretary of fhe
Senate, immediately after its passage, to be laif.
before Congress as soon as possible.
[Approved 9th March, 1844., ?
Preamble and Resolutions relative to public iands:.
Whereas, The public lands, now surveyed and
unsold, in the Territory of Florida, stood f0o
years, subject to entry: and whereas, in suici
surveyed lands, all of the first quality have been
entered, there remaining consequently only those
of an inferior quality: And whereas, it will be
productive of an increase of population, and add
much to the comfort and welfare, of the poorer
class of our citizens to have the price of such
lands reduced, thereby enabling them to obtain'
permanent homes, removed beyond the avarife'
of speculators, who are daily depriving this clase
of our citizens, of the proceeds of the r hard la.
bor, and thereby subjecting them andt their fam-
ilies to great want, and believing thatit wfill also
add much to the public revenue.
Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council- of the Territory of Florida, f
That our Delegate in Congress be requested to
lay the matter in its proper light before'that body,
and press upon them the necessity of a reduction
of the price of all public lands in this"I'erritory
which have been offered for sale. -'
[Approved 9th Marcbh 1844, ,
Resolutions requesting ou -Delegate in Congress
to procure certain benefits and appropriations
for Dade County.
Be it resolved by the Senate andHouse of Re-
presentatives of the Territory of Florida, Thatt


the petition of our fellow-cittizens, in the county)
of Dade, be forwarded by our Secretary, forth.
with, to our Delegate in Congress, the Honorable
David Levy, requesting his earliest attention to
the same, desiring him to use his best etertions.
to procure for them a Post Office, and' Port of
Entry- at their county site.
Be it further resolved, That the Honorable
David Levy, our Dedegate int Congrief, be re.'
quested' in like manner, to use his best exertions
to procure a suitable appropriation t6 assist our"
fellow citizens in the county of Dade,to erect a
Court House and Jail, at their county site, on the-
Miami,- Cape Florida.
[Approved 9th March, 1844..
The editor of the Buffalonian says he would as-
soon try to go to sea one a shingle, make a ladder
offog, chase a streak of lightning through a crab.-
apple orc ard, swim the rapids of Niagara, or at
Lake -Erie on fire with Lucifer matches, as to,
thilik of stoppingtwo young people from getting
married,:w*hen they take it into their headti to-
so., -


4:-.O lioiL AMIff,
PUBLISHED EVE,Y SATURDAY

'- *BY
R. A. DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN.
1 OJice third itory Bn ltzel's Baildings, corner of

SCoTmarce & ChestnUt strAeets,
A..T TH-IEE DOLI,A:t.S, PEg, ANNUM,
PArA.BahS IN" ADVANCEE,


-A vertise--a ts of tea li _es or less (twen-ty lines .vt A paia .m o i,, ui r u.
or mnre i i prportioa,) coaspicaoasly inserted 7sRadIAa DAY. DANIEL J. DA.
at tae following rates: J. Day & Co.,
Oae year,... ....,') '.) Oae month ..... $2 53 COMMISSION MERtCHANTS,
Six niths,........ t0) Taree weeks,....;2 00 No. 52 Water street,
Three o-thus,,... 3 010 Two weeks,..... 1 50 ian3,y yApalacnhicola, Fla.
'Twr V ioatias....as .i 0.J Oae iasertion,..,., OJ 0 W. A. & P, C. "ain
'Wa;hi adars; na ,ts are s wat without any spe- O:0 M M I S S I M E R C H AN T S,
S hrLi."ii assl to t L ber Nse19L : o., 4- a-ta.a' k.lock.
rs ire 1l, t will !)a L ieritooJ that t6ay areE C) Apa .chicoa.
b, ?ahbe. a L FRoa.m; they will theref-- Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
f.re > co itiaued at our discretion, and charge LYerpool, Ndw York and Boston, and also in
aicorJi to the lforgoira rates. J nov, ly
Le.il _Adlrti' 6 nits of which the term of pus-
hlition is ii.dx by law, Will only be excepted D. B. BWood & Co.,
fr) I the above rate. / COMMISSION MERG HA.'T 3.
To ta93se 'S10o advertise by the year a liberal dis- No. 29 Water street.
c )- it will be md-; but All advertisements not jani Apalachicoia. Fla.
strictly )3rtai!.iar to their own business, as
wll as ill leg1 l Advertisemeats sentin bythem, Harper & Holmes,
w.li be caired at the usuAl rates. C OM M I3 SIO 0 N MERCIA NANT,
All i 1 ion \mats of cadidates'for oce will No. 51 Water street,
b3 1'ar 3d Fiv3 DoaRMas daring the canvass, Jan29 Apalachicola Fla.
p ty6blia .il cises in advance. David G Rane,
All C"i tnicatio n. (wha admissiblei) ofa GOMMISSION, FORWARDING MEaRCHANT
p.irsoad or ijividtdal nature, or pfs of new AND D2FALER IN GOODS,
inventions, goods, &c., will be charged for as No. 43 Water street.
Salvertisaneats, at our discretion jan29tin Apalachicolai Fla.


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B. lillison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COOMMItSSIO N MERdC ANTS.
No. 33 Watetr street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.


E. R. FLEWELLEN. M. M. BUTT.
Flewellen O Butt, .
(FACTOR S & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola, Fla.
SLibelTal advances made on Cotton shipped
to XNew York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 tim
Kimbtrouigh & Bidgwsay,
COMMiSSiON AND FPAtWAttDING
S MERCHANTS.
Apalathidola, Florida,
Wm;e H. KinitolTGI. )
JoHn 1. RIDOWAY.
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. decl ly


CARD .
C AR DI;

N. YORK, N. ORLEANs, C/LUMBUS,&c.&c.
ADVEP1T LS EKi, 9NNT S..

JV'o. 136 Water 80 Pine street.
NEW RK,
PHILANDER KIMALL, Proprietor.
SJas. L. Orancis,
MERCHANT TA[.()K & CLOTHIER
.Ao. .-21 Bowers r Rivington st.
, N WB.'YORK. novl ly

COMM:IISSION ER(C HANT,
No. 5 Caui', cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
yew Orleans, La.
Refers to- Messrs Ahrper & dolmes,
jaal5 tl,,ov Apalachicola, Fla.
SauPRsa T.. PPi\00fT, 11 WYATr.
Lippincott & Wyatt,
GROCER S az COMMISSION MERCH ANTS,
No 2 Nesw Leve0 and 4 T'choupitouias st.,
^ ',V OD..wS. ap20ly.

... J, W. Woodiaa2d & Co.
OMM fSS 'ON ME I CHANTS,
.No. 18 Commercestieet,
New Orleats, La. novel ly
T;omnas Bertram, .
COM M- SSION MERCHANT,
r No. 54 Common street.
; NEW ORLEANS. novel ly


Dodge & Gardner,
GROCERiS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
decl8 Apalachicola, Fla.
Samuel Schiffer.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
No. 49 Water street.
janI Apalachicola, Fla.


W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
Apalachicola. nov1 ly


S. B, I -4dilitIn" ,
DEALER IN SAOY -MADE C,,LOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.

iT. aniller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOUTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Corner Water and Chesmatit streets, ..
Apalachico'h. iovd ty.


P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURE. -\ND DEALER IN
CABINET'[ F' U[NitUrRE,
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street,
decl4 ly Apalachicola.


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1licia-el A.' Myers,
.AUCTION AND COMMIS3-SION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Sale Days--WEDNESDAYs and SATURDAYS.-


HI.. ,Woo d,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,


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\ No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
AWARD DIL,. A. F. P.ALMist.
' .\ Seward DilI & Co.
AU 1ION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S No. 29 Water street,
"CU Li ral advances made on all consignments,
an business entrusted to them will be
\ promptly attended to
Refers to ANX & READ, Boston.
kUARY COOK, Portland, Me.
C. WHITTITR, Hallowell.-
Apalachico, Aug., 26. ly

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APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1844.'


VOLUME II.]


[NUMBER 33.


BY AVUTHOIouTy.

RESOL!UTJONS.
ADOPTED BY THE LUGISLA.IT ; COUNCIL, AT ITS
LAST SESSION--il844.
Preamble and Rkesolutions
WHERsS, the geographical position of the
MR'er Choetawhatdhle, and its susceptibility of
improvement as a dommerdial channel, to and.
from several of the counties of Alabama and Flor;
ida, contigious to its shores, justify a call on Con-
gress for the requisite appropriation. Issuing
from the allies of Central Alabama, and augmen-
ted by the tides ofnumerous tributaries, it enters
Florida at the North Western angle of Jackson
county, with a depth and volume of water suffi-
cient for the purposes of steamboat navigation.
Btlt, to render it permaritietly tseful in this res-
peidA.quisite from the hands of man,
and-the skill of the engi nt&er; thie only; obstruction
to the navigation of the fiver; being created by
fallen trees. 1o scientifice surtey has yet ascer-
tained the cost of surmounting this obstruction. It
is nevertheless known and admitted to be inconsi-
derable. The utility, however of the proposed
imporvement; is still less a subject of speculation,
than its probable cost Passin through a region
abounding in the elements of agricultural and
commercial wealth, nothing is wanting to arouse
into efficient and profitable@ actiort the latent en-
ergies of the enterprising planter of its vicinity;
to invite and commence emigration, to secure a
rapid sale of public lands, and to quadruple the
value of private estates; bat a cheap and regular
communication with a market on the sea coast.
And it is worthy of consideration, that the im-
provement here contemplated derives no small
strength, from the fact, that the point of com-.
mdnication with the sea coast, will be the town of
Pertsacolai which would at all times receive from
that part of Alabame and Floriada, besides valua-
ble shipments in cotton, important supplies in
lutimber arid provisions, a cheap and safe route for
the transportation of the mail, and in time of war,
iri the space of a few hours, troops for the protec-
tion of the town and arsenal. The State of Ala-
bama, already impressed with the importance of
this scheme,has appropriated a considerable amount
to the clearing out of the riter to the Florida line,
and it only remains for an apopopriation of a few
thousand dollars to complete a work which has
for its accomplishments no inconsiderable advan-
tage to the people of Florida and Alabama: And
Wthereasj Holmes river, a tributary of theChocta-
whatchie river, having its source in the State of
Alabamai and passing through the fertile counties
of Jackson and Washington, and having ito other
obstructions to its navigation, as high up said riv-
er as Roach's Blaff, the cotinty seat of Washing-
tan, but falleTi hres, mayi at little expense; be
easily rendered aceessable to the point above men-
tioned for flat hbottomaed boats with heavy ton,-
nage;
Be it fihefefofe Resolued by the'Govefnor anid
Legislative Council of the Te-ritory of Florida,
That dffr Delegate in Congress lfe and he is here-
by requested to use his best exertions to procure
and appropriation of twenty thousand dollars, for
t6e clearing out of the rivers Choctawhatehie and
Hotems.
Be it further reso*ed, ThA a t'opy of the fote.
going a reamble and these Msoutions, properly
authentifted, be transmitted to the Honorable
David Leoy, Delegate in Congress from our Ter-
ritory.
[Apptoved, 15th February, 1844.
Preamble and Resolutions, '
WHEREAS, theidirect road leading fromTam.
pa Bay to Palatka, distance of about one hundred
and fifty miles, over 'hich the mail must even-
tually pass, being the only direct route through
that section of country; a)d well adapted to facili-
tate a communication ftm Tampa Bay, .with-
Charleston, Savannah, and rivers other, northernn
ports, is, at times, rendered impassable,,in con-
sequence of the decayed stateof bridges over the
small creeks on said road.
Be it therefore Resolved by re Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That the Honorable David Levy, o01 Delegate, be
requested to use his best endeavors, ft obtain froin.,
Congress an appropriation of ten thousand do1-.
lars for the repair of said road. '
Be it further, Resolved, That as soon asahe fore-
going preamble and resolutions shall have been
passed, and signed by the proper officers, a5erti
fied copy of the same be forthwith forwardeR to
our Delegate in Congress.
[Approved 23d February, 1844. ,
Preamble a,, Rpaclutions,
W,-ISaR^s, the ,'i;!-3.,-!"! **rade betvi'een the
c o u .t ie s o i J a ck s o n a ,. a C a th o u -., a rnd t h e C i t y o f
Apalachicola, is greatly imaeded by talten trees,
and trees standing ia tne place known as Gum
Swamp, through which the Chipola river runs,
and boats paas regulirly.
Be it therefore Resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That our Defegate in Congress be requested to use
his best exertions, to procute an appropriation of
tweistyd-five' hn'dred' dollars for the clearing out of
trees and other obstructions om siad river,
' Be it further Resolved,That acopy ofthe above
pr'emble and resolutions bie' signed by the proper
officers of both Hosses, and transmitted to the
Honorable David Levy, our Delegate in Congress
[Approved 2'3d Febru-a~ryy 1844..


Resolution)..
3e it IR'esolved by the Gnvernor and Legislative
Conrcil o4 the Territory of Florida, That the Sec-
reatiry of the Territory, be, and he is hereby re-
qured, and it is made hii drty, to cause to be fur-
nished each of the Clerks of the different coun-
ties in the Territory, one copy of the census re-
turns nowv in his office; and that as many copies of
said cesus returns, as may remain in his office,
after onE copy has been furnished each of the
Clerks as aforDmentioned, be deposited in some
appropriate place, in a room to be assigned by the
Governor for that purpose.
Resolved ftirther, That the Clerks of the differ-
ent counties of the Territory 6e, and it is hereby
made their duty to keep and preserve said census
returns, in their office, for public use.
*0 0Approved 23d February, 1844.

Prearmble and Resolutions.
WHEREAS,4 the settlementt of Palatka and the
county in its vicinity, is rapidly increasing in po-










COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.


:APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1844.


JVew Cotton.-The first bale of new cotton
was received in'this city on the 4th inst. per
steamer Florence, from Fort Gaines. Itwascon-
S signed to Messrs. W. G. Porter & Co.
~MILITARY.
S: : Yesterday we were favoured by the appearance
four flidependant company, of City Dray-goons
..in full uniform. The high state of discipline, and
the noble bearing of this elegant corps, is worthy
of the highest praise; the rapidity and precision
.;,with w'hici they performed 'their numerous and-
complicated evolutions, the activity and strength
displayed by the' soldiers, in wieldingtheir-heavy
S weapons, create in our bosoms a just feeling of
Pride, that our country can boast of such men.
S' The company assembled at the Exchange, from
hence they marched up Centre street to the Ci-
ty Square, thence down Live Oak street, to the
::Florida Promenade, where they went through a
number of exercises, and were reviewed by the
: Colonel, Who expressed his approbation in the
v,' highest terms. They were then marched up Wa-
ter street. to the Union Hall, where they partook
-, of a fine'treat from their commander, and were
dismissed., ,
This Company has been but recently organized,'
and has not yet received its charter. It bids fair'
'to 'be one of the most efficient corps that can be'
introduce into the service of the Unrrited States.
We may safely affirm, that if every port on the.
Gulf were furnished with a'similar band, we could -
bid defiance, without the protection -of forts, or'
batteries, to half the forces of Mexico.
What is rather singular in their discipline, they,
can operate as well upon the sea as the land.
Should an armed vessel, of any size or descrip-
tion, belonging to an enemy, get becalmed near
our coast, her caprure would be certain. It would
o unly require a sufficient number of men, to cap-
ture a whole fleet.
SAD CATASTROPHE.
DEATH OF THE BIRD OF WISDOM.
; \ et Meet me by moonlight alone."
i' Harkt 'tis the owlits cry!" toohoo, hoo, boo,
S-.sung the'-sweet warbler a bright moonlight some
evenings since. 'Gracefully the attendant of Mi-
nerva alighted on the corner of the roof of Mr.
M.'s house, gazing around for some poor fowl or
chicken, who had disregarded the Marshal's nine
o'clock bell, and not gone to roost. Bent on des-
truction, arid not regarding the scarcity of poultry
in our town,b he would doubtless have carried his
.dire intent into- practice, but there "-was eyes
that marked his coming, looked 'brighter as he
came," and that eye was soon behind a Westley
Richards' ,pair of gun barrels, loaded with wire
Cartridges of swan shot-click went the lock-
.bang goes the gun, and the report, "vexing the
ear of drowsy night" with its irksome echoes, is
the knell of the ill-fated bird of genius. He
tumbles and kicks on' the roof-the inmates of the
house thinking' a burglar is breaking in through
the roof-he is measured-and there are four feet
eight inches between the tips of his wings.
MARIAIWlVA, July 31, 1844.'
Rockcave against the world! This fine plan-
tation has again produced the first bale of cotton
of the season. Dr. Sam'l C. Bellamy has brought
to market and sold to me this day a bale of new
,cotton, a small ?ample of which I herein enclose
to you. Can Florida beat this,?
M. L. COVERT.

r.8@- The Rockville (Md.) Journal stateswthat no-
-Tess than five different persons have recently been?
bitten by mad dogs in that vicinity, among them:
Col. Heiter. '
Transmission of .Vewspapers to Canada.-
-The following notice relative to the, transmission,
of newspapers by post to Danada, has been issued
by the Postmaster General:
Printed newspapers,, duty stamped, addressed
.to any part of Canada, and: marked by the sender,
via Boston, will not in future be liable to any
charge for the conveyance by packet- They will,
however, be-charged 'on delivery in Canada with a
colonial rate ofo Id. each paper, irr addition- to any
United Statespostage due upon them for the trans-
-mission from Bc,'5t,;>r to the Canadian frontier."

Taking it Cooly.-The Pittsburg Aurora,.
'whose editors are in prison for a libel, contains
-the folli.,\wigig:
5"'We wish our- city exchanges would do! us the
favor to leave ileir papers at the jail. -We are
,certian to be in when-they are left, so that.no mis-
takes need be apprehended."


f 3 ,P There is ..ur .e .ality than romance in the
subjoined extract f rorn a capital little story in a
late- number of-the Knickerbocker:-
"It is surprising low a woman will stick to her
betrothed 'ag-iinst the field.' If I knew that her
lover h id escaped Itis mother to death with an oys-
tershell, I should only make her a foe for life by
the reAly tneinlYv act iof giving the "information,
- A woman i scli a case, will doubt the, testimony
of a wlole regiinent under oath, and-thee eviden-
ces of her own senses into the bargain.- Besides,
ift you couid by some iriracleconvince, her,,you
would accomnplisli nothing, for she forgives even
more obstinately' than she' disbelieves, and unless
you can actually produce before hereeyes a p-revi-
ous living wile and five children, (all the bona
fied property of her suitor,) youhad much better
let her alone."

Poor Dear Lady!-The London correspon-
dent of the Journal of Commerce writes :-"It is
said that a proposition will be submitted for aug-
menting the income of the Queen',on the score of
her increasing Liamily, and that Her Majesty hav-
ing'become pecuniarily involved, will seek from
her faithful Parliament a relief from all her diffi-
culties. Her present debts are stated to be 100,-
u000 sterling. The support of herself', husband
and court costs John Bull 470,j00 a vear-or
about $2,!20,0,(0!" It certainly must lie very diffi-
,ult to klep within such an irnome.


do the "aekan thing" for you when you arrive.-
Yours, truly,.
PETER-SNOUT:
P. S. I send the cologne, and mille fleur,- as re-
quested.
SINGrULAI -A London paper states that; a man-
named William Lymes, of Yeovill, was-frequently
during his life heard to declare that he should die
on the twentieth' anniversary of his wedding: -day.
His presentiment proved true, for he died on last
Whit Monday,. the 27th May, he having been,
married that day twenty years. He was buried in.'
complaince with his particular desire, often expre-
ssed: his body was dressed in the same clothes
which he wore when he was married, viz: a blue
coat, buff waistcoat, white trousers, and white
cotton stockings,
RIDICULE.-It is said that ridicule is the test of
truth it is never applied, but when we wish to
deceive ourselves; when if we cannot exclude the-
light, we are fain to- draw a curtain before it.
The sneer springs out of -the wish to deny; and
wretched must be the state of that mind which
- desires to take refuge in doubt! But the instinct of
right and wrong is immutable; all other- voices
may be silenced, but not that in- ourselves.
Slander and scandal differ much in the manner of
their attack. Slander is "the pestilence that
walk-eth inr darkness ;" but scandal is the des-
truction that- wastethat noonday." Scandal seldom
looks forward to the consequences of its acts, and
sometimes repents of them; slander ever looks to
the result of its labours, and is disappointed if it fail
in its object. Slander is deliberate; scandal is
thoughtless.' Malice is the companion of the one;
folly is the comrade of the oth.r.


them. Look at yorw children and see yourselves.
DOCTOR,

Division of the Methodist Church.-The division
of the Methodist Church into Northern and South1
ern branches, in consequence-oftheirdisagreernents
in the slave question,.willb probably be followed by/
a-similar division of other sects. We once regard.{
edthe religious union of tihe various Christian sect#
on their respective National Conventions, Assem.
-lies or Confereence, as a strong bond of political
union,-and the severance' of that bond will doulb-
Sless weaken the tie which' has hitherto constitutd
us one people. Buty,-under existing circumstan es,
it is less the severance of the bond, -than the ease
of that severance, that is a source of regret. The
constant intrusion of the slave question into (hose
religious bodies has become a constant soarte of
agitation and ill, feeling, boding mit'hiels ,t he
worst description; moral, social and' political: and
in this view of the matter, the separation of the
combatantsinto different and- even sectional divi-
sions, although less desirable the harmnionious un-
ion, becomes a measure d'eidedly conservative,
calculated to remove both the- cause ud the op-
portunity for further irritatios.. /
WILL OF A GAMBLER.-W. Crockfbrd, famous
for his gambling operations,- died,'ecently in
London, worth $1,750,000! He was once a
fishmonger, but handsome speculations on the turf
I enabled him to purchase the house in St. James
street, since terribly famous' as." Crockford's"
Here he amassed the bulk of his innmense property.
He gives the whole of it to his wio.in the following
words:-"I give and beiueathilhe whole of my
property of whatever description-to niy dear wil'e
and her he-rs,relying on her dying what is right."


LETTER FROM A HOG IN FRANKLIN TO
HIS FRIEND IN JACKSON.
My Dear Shoat :-Since I 'left you, I have
:seen much of the world, for this Apalachy is a
great place, containing much fashion and elegance,
and they say it is the third city of lhe Gulf,"
and will no doubt continue to be so, unless cities
arise elsewhere. I feared, you may recollect, on
being severed from Jackson, that my misfortunes
were to commence, but as yet I cannot exclaim
with the sage of Lindenwald, my sufferings is
intolerable," for I will explain shortly. I can't
say I underwent much suffering in Jackson-liv-
ing within the corporate limits of its capital, and
you may live to see the day and feel the truth of
the axiom, that corporations are always 4he
friends to our time-honored race. Last winter I
heard an Alderman called a hog, and I was grat-
ified to see how kindly he took the appellation,
and so you see we are rising. There were times,
however, in Jackson, at the remembrance of
which my very bristles even now rise up with
horror, anrd -"jawvbus hasit squelum." Excuse my
latinity, but it is good hog Latin. Ah, those hun-
gry lawyers, sixteenof them to one fee, -and then
those chaps from Pea River, Choctahatchee and
Rogue Town! You remember, we used to fear
annihilation, and my life was one Term only just
spared, because I was a fortnight too old to make
a roaster for the District Attorney.
My time here passes quite pleasantly-I am
bore enough to be in good grace with the author--
ities; but in relation 'to bore-ism, we all succumb
to our City Council, for I am informed not even
in the forests of Ardennres are such fine speci-
Smens to be seen or heard as in that assembly.
There is no doubt we areinfine odowrwith them.
The horse, that filthy, ragged animal, lying qown
,in every slough, scattering fleas through the
streets, gaining against every -body with his filth,
squealing, grunting and stealing, he iswisely pro-
hibited by our Council from rtmaing at large,
while we, (the pets -of the Corporation,) fine
noble animals, clean and neat, and modest in our
deportment, have the liberty of the streets in the
fullest-sense of the -word. Ah, if you knew the
pleasure -of stepping into a store and eating your
fill of oats and corn, while the keeper is busy
writing. t"If there is, Elysium on earth, it is
this, it is this ;" 'ad then if you are found otrt and,
threatened with a heating, have you not always a
protector at the instant exclaiming, By Jasus,
I'm a friend to the baste-he belongs to Mrs.
O'Leary, and I wont see a lone woman imposed
upov jist-her poor little orvans as niver as had
father will starve in the streates. Don't we pay,
the rint with the swate brutes, and is 'nt they in
some countries lagal tinder ?. It is true, that a
young gentleman, who fancies every hog a Mexi-
can, has caught some of us in a running noose,
but a hog in distress in Apalachy always has a
claimant, and then I have seen some-tails tied up
with blue ribbons, out of compliment I suppose
to the Etrick Shepherd. I could not help but
laugh the other day till I squealed at seeing one
of our Body, (for you must know wi- hvida-sb l-ci
ety among us for the suppression bf filth) who had
got caught with a chair upon his back, his head
through the rounds-he made straight for the
river, and we all thought the devil was about to
get into us again, but the cunning rascal, (from
Down East, I believe,) floated it off. By the bye,
your friend, Mrs, Grunter, the interesting mama
of seventeen children, of the same age, narrowly
escaped from the jaws of death; she was bathing
and indulging that fondness of our race for clean-
liness, and' had ventured, like wanton boys, that
;swim on. bladders, far beyond' her depth," when
an alligator sow-sed her in, we thought for-ever!
SHer squeal as she descended! was horribly thrill-
,ing. "Angels leaned from' Heaven to' hear;" as
"rose from sea to sky the- wild' farewelt." As:
the bubbles rose over the spotr Ithought of the
"gathering" of her little ones at night,by those.
who agree with,.Charles Lamb as to -the merits of
roast pig, hut I was. premature-she rises L her
snout towers above the waters, and she resembles,
yea, even the sturgeon in his leap, and she "did
buffet it with lusty sinews" -for the land. She is
safe, she has -saved her bacon-her tale is0soon
told, for she hasescaped with the loss of her tail.
My feelings are -somewhat hurt at times by ex-
pressions, not perhaps intended to be personal or
made with malice, but with reprehensible levity,'
for instance-" poor shoat"-" d-d; hog?'-" toy
much pork for a shilling"-"-runt"-" curse the
hogs." Come and see us-some monstrous indi-
viduals of our breed here, and we are disposed to


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A For the Commercial Advertiser.
EDUCATION No. 9.-Moneo te officii.
Mr. Editor-In the last No. ripans should be
rixans.
Parents, remember that you stand in loeo Dei
(in the place of God) towards your children till
their reason is so far matured as to render them
accountable beings. With what interest and anx-
iety should you then inquire-What is my duty ?
If you seriously aAk this question, there is hope for
your children.
Your first duty is to govern yourself. Alas!
how few do this first duty! If you do not this
you can -do no other -aright. How can you
govern your children if you govern not yourself?
How can you teach them that of which you know
nothing? Do you think they will heed your pre-
cepts if you do not practice them? If you tell
them that fruit will hurt them, will they believe
a word you say, if they see you eat it? If you
tell them they must not tell lies, will they regard
it if they hear you send word by your servant to
the visitor at your door, 'that you are not at home ?
Nothing is more contagious than bad example-
Deceive your children, and they will deceive
you. Be passionate to them, and they will be'
passionate. Fret, and they will fret. Reproach
them with .vpprbhrious language,- and fhey wil
-use the same language. In short, you stamp your
character and feelings on them. Let your exam-
ple print your precepts in living letters on their
minds and you need not fear for (he result. ut
if you think that good instruction, independent of
good example, will motrld and guide them aight,
you are as murch r nistken as the engineer, who
thinks he can propel a boat by machinery inde-
pendent of steam.
Just look in doors whre' the parents do not
govern themselves, and,-consequently, cannot go-
v ern their children.
"I happened to call at a neighbor's for friendly
. conversation, when on a sudden half a dozen boys
and girls pushed into the room, and with boister-
ous talk and laughter drowned our conversation.
The father reddened with anger and said, Don't
be noisy, my children." He might as well have
been silent, they were su welt acquainted with
his unsteady government that they paid no atten-
tion to what he said.- They kept up their noise
,till-one, a little odt of breath, came up to listen
to a story the father was relating. Presently he
cried out, "-Father you don't tell that story right."
"- utdo yoo not know, it is bad manners to in-
terrupt your father when he is talking ?" "But
I say, father, you don't tell that story as I heard
it." His father was silent, and the son went on
with the story ; tihe father was as tame as a whip-
ped spaniel till it was finished. He then said,
"C ome, my son, come, fetch some wood and put
it on the fire." Can't father; let Sam go; great
lazy boy, he- han't done nothing to-day." '* Yes,
I have- done more than yot7 have, two; you may
go; father told you first." Don't say so, Sam-
myT come, John, you are father's best boy; run
and bring -sae wn l- '-4V- m,,-- ta _&W-f aym-the'
best boy when there is any thingto do; have to do
everything under the sun. Great lazy Kate st8fs
in the house, and can't do nothing." "-r'do,
come." Finally the father went for tho wood
himself., In his absence, one went to sit in his
chair, another pulled it away and let nim fall to
the floor. He scrambled up in a eage and fell
upon his brother with fists and teeth, and he
cried out, ",Father, John is bitir and scratching
me." "Well, Sam pulled a'ay the- hair and
almost kiled me." Kate hasw got a' pOin and
- prickss:me,"'screamed'anotfer. 'He pinched me
'"first," said Kate. i-Gijre me my t-iing" here,"
bawled the fifth. "J won't, 'tisn't yours; it's
mine; you said-I might have it." "L-a-w, my
son," said the nmfoer, ,do give it to him." "I
won't." And way rt went into the fire.- By and by
:-dinner waseieae. The children scrambled and
h buddl'edlandIt anS stashed and quarrelled, at-d'
when the ,' came on', one bawled out with au-
thorit,.'joffier, give me- a great piece." 'i Sam
(said another) has got a? piece a~sbig again as-I-
have,""hnd away went his piece 'on tIhe floor,-r
"0, my dear," said the motherr" that isnaughty;
shovidn't do so; don't cry,, my dear,- and I will
give you a great piece." The mother tried to.ex-
eiase them by saying, "she believed' they acted
worse when. they had company than- at any other
time."
The parents were irregular in' their go-
vernment and never controlled' themselves, and
sometimes were violent and: severe and anon easy
and indulgent. Their children were just like


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SLANDER AND yNVY.
Good name was dear to all. 1jthout it, none
Cbuld soundly sleep, even on a iyal bed,
Or dnnk with relish, from a cup d gold;
And with it, on his borrowed stra', or by
The leaveess hedge, beneath the oen heavens,
The weary beggar took untroubleorest.
It was a music of most heavenly toae,
To whieh-the heart leaps joyfly, aiE all
The spirits danced. For hontes fa'rt, men laid
Their heads upon the block, and, wbe the axe
Descended, looked and smiled. t wB of -prie
Invaluable. Riches, health, repose, !
Whole kingdoms, life, were given for i, and he
Who got it was the winner still; and he
Who sold it durst not open his ear, nor lbk
On human face, he kxew himself so vili.
Yet it, with all its preciousness, was due
To virtue, and around her should have, sld,
Unasked, its savory smelly but vice, defortied
Itself, and ugly, and of flavor rank, "
To rob fair Virtue of so sweet an incense,
And with it to anoint and salve its own
Rotten ulcers, and perfume the path that led.
To death, strove daily by a thousand means;
And oft succeededto,'make Virtue sour
In the world's nostrils, and its loathly self
Smil sweetly. 1RPnfor was the meaffsgev- ,
Of defamatin, aunaue lwift that noi "
*Could be -the first to -tell an evil eie.
And was, withal, so h famous frot lies, ,
That -be who of her oyings. ou his. cra6d, .,
the fewest entered,,*e deemed wisest nm& 4
The feeool, and many who had credit, too, "
Fr wisdontm, grossly swallowed all she said,
Unsifted and although, at every word,
They heard her contradict herself, and saw
Hourly that they were imposed upon and molcekd
Yet still they ran to hear her speak, and stared,
And wondered much, and stood aghast, and said
It could not be; and, wkilethey blushed for shame
At their own faith, and seemed to doubt, believed,.
And whom they met5 with many sanctions, told,
So did experience fail to teach; so hard /
It was to learn this simple truth, confirmnned
At every corner by a thousancd'proofs,;
That cammon Fame most impudently lied.
'Twas Slander, filled her mouth with lying words,
SSltander, te foulest whelp of Sin. The man
In whom this spirit entered was undone,
His tongue was set on fire of hell, his heart
Was black as death, his legs were faint with hate
-To propagate the lie his soul had framed.
His pillow was the peace of families
Destroyed, the sigh of innocence, reproached, ,
Brdken friendships, and the strife ofbrotherhoeds,
Yet did he spare his sleep, and hear the clock
Number the midnight watches, on bis bed,
Devising milehief more; and early rose, -
And made most hellish means on- good men'ss
names.
From door to door you might have seen hift speed,
Or placed amwdst a group of gaping- foolsb,
And whispering in -=eifrears, with his rfoul lips.
Peace fled' the" neighborhood in wAich he made
Hie ha.amts; and, like a moral Mpstilence, .
Before his breath, the healthythoots anid blooms
Of social joy and happinesaidecayed.
Fools only in his company were seen,
And those forsaken of od, and tothemselves
.4vennp. The pruiont shunned hlim and his house
SAs one who hadz'deadly moral $ague.
*' p' t' *
But Envy bad enough, as heretciore,
To fill his heart with gall and #tterness.
What made the man. of envy what he was,
Was worth in others, vileness in himself,
A lust of praise, with undeserving deeds,
And conscious poverty of s6i0d: and still
It was his earnest work an4 daily toil,
With lying tongue, to make the noble seem
Mleanwai'fniself. Onfame's high hill he saw
The laurel spread itsteveplastirng green,
And' wished to climb; &ut felt his knees too weak,
And'stood, below, unhappy, laying hand
Upon tlfe' srong, ascending gloriously
The steps of honor, bent to draw them back
Involving off the brightness of their path,.
In mists his breath h!d raised. Whene'er he heard'
As oft he did, of joy and happiness,
And great prosperity, and rising worth,
'Twas like a wave'of wormwtod o'er his soufl
Rolling its bitterness. His joy was wo.-
The wo of olthe. Whie-, from wealth to want,
From praises to reproach, from' .peace to strife,
From mirth to/Tears, he saw a brother fall,
Or Virtue malk a slp, his dreams were sweet.
But chief witji Slander, daughter of his own,
He'took unhiallowed pleasure. When she talked,
And with hlifilthy lips defiled the best,
H~s earderfnlesar; with wide attention gaped
His mouth'; his eye, well pleased, as eager gazed,
As gluttoi, when the dish he most desired
Was piaqed before him; and a horrid mirth,
At intervals, with laughter shook his sides.


MEXICO AND TEXAS.
The New Orleans, Courier of the 26th ult. has'
the following translation of a paper notifying the
President of Texas of the renewal of a state of
hostility between that Republic and Mexico:
Jfanifeest to President Samuel Houston, inform-.
ing him of the re-commencement of hostilities
against the usurpers of Texas.
FIRST BRIGADEx OF THE NORTH. )
Head Quarters. -
The Time fixed by the supreme government in
the armistice concluded the 15th February of the'
present year with the commissioners of Texas,
having expired, his excellency the President has
called to mind, that from the 11th of the present
month hostilities are re-opened against the inhabi-
tants of this department, and I communicate to
you the declaration of his excellency. I also
make known to you that my government has seen
With well founded indignation the perfidy of the
inhabitants ofthe said territory, towards a Repub-
lic whose generous conduct towards them they
ftisundfferstoodf inrelation to a question in which
they were thought to lye-acting with goodifaith.-
They have abused the confidence of t Republic
by violating the conditions of the armistice res-
pecting the commissioners, who, according to the
4th article of said armistice,.should have repaired
to the city of Mexico, in order tp regulate our dif-
ferengces so far as their 4propositions might be ad-

ced thathde loanw: bd'
rftibI$. li e.xcelle tj ,P.li~e,0convin-
.re the chastiamaenf of acon.duet so Ai ueredia- '
3U,"V89 6rderif nra t&o' a6priase'yoS 67 i Wre
'ion, so that it may be well uaderstoodm*hatit is
pIt tbtQph tnmidaty or want of powers, ,tbe-
^wu h^ezs y *ag al a"s Aiitnd s
Vwite ofhu vanity, t Vt-hostibtee wee not-recom-
meoced at the period fixed by..the armistice.
Notwithstanding my Degret in thinking that
blood is once more'about to flow, yet, in transmit-
ting to you the declaration of the President, I en-
joy the satisfaction tN find that justice is on the
side of our cause. which reposes on sacred and
imprescriptible rights. In this we place our con-
fidence, as well as in the valor of our troops.-
When the struggle shalt once -wore begin, the
civilized world will judge between us, and the for-
tune of war cannot but be favorable to those who'
fight ftr their country against -usurpers.
I have the honor to renew to you assurances of
mny high consideration. ADRIEN WOLL.
Head Qbarters Mier, 19th June, 1844.
to Gen. Samuel Houston.
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'-BRTIBHR MOVEMENTS IN MEXICO.
It is very evident that the new movements of
aitia Ann igainsf Texas have resulted from the
advice, if ori in rodunities, of the British minister
at Mexico, ulder tW-e impression that even a threat
ofwarorwarike de-nonstari ons -ould be received
in evidence, that so 'far from relinquishing all
claims toTexi, Mexico was.desirous of venturing
upon another Vr of re-conqnest, and this is doe
to admonish tnc United Stares against any further
attempts to ann'x a territory tofthe Union which
has no power ovef her own sovereigaty, and which
of right belongs another. If Texas belogs to
Mexico, Ivw is ifthat England has acknowledged-
her indepenendncel How can Great Britain, after
hamig solemnly recognized the sovereignty and
independence of cexas, adopt any measure ora
pursue any course bndi ng to recognise the sove-
reignty of Mexico wer that free republics We
leave her to explain this gross national incon--
sistency, and to rec'nctle it with her present
encouragement of atar of recouqyest. It is
apparent, however, by he indiffereac of theMex-
ican Congress, that aca Anna in this movement
has no idea of a war if reconquest-he has no
faith in it. He asks for applies of men and mony,?
which are not granted, adhere the, master re-ts.
Mexico intend- ro hold on.t r r i n Teas;,
to refuse-an acknowlegmeft-1,e6rependence;
to keep her in a state of eftoement and warlike
preparation ; to check her advanementand improve-
ment, aud to prohibit, b thire.ts of war, any at-
tempts to annex Texas to the United States. This
is a matter purely American--it is a local difference
and dispute between American 1publics, in which
the sovereigns of Eurpe -have no fight to interfere,
no right to move-in the matter beyond mere friend-
Aly offers of mediation. That poini sealed, it follows
that there are no changes in the relations between
Texas and the Uni-'ed States, in consequence of the
rejection of the lle treaty. Another treaty in a
more acceptable form can be negootiated, and wi
be concurred in itnodistani period Bunhe caRoe
of Mexico in- the progress of this ne
materially changed the positi Adj phsd
tries. The. threat of at i t...
to accept anyconagotP .. s.w d



peMdenr Stxi fc oawr e
of the samn 'mfind,-*ith! ref 1Stu a y shape-'
to Mvexica-. Wha-t ,t~j. ~e-'Eiii rough courtesy.
having beerT1*wsfcfm-tf ws'om, we are not req uref!
unde-n diffr~erst circumstance& hereafter to r%)dat
the same offer, or reco4gnise'what Mexico eate her
reserved rights.-IrN. v. Sun.-
Youth.-Youth is a blunder; manboor' stru?'-
gle; old age a regret. Do not suppose paat I hold
that youth is gen uj-alJU thiat I say is,.minat genius1
when young, lTditie. Whiy, the ietes cap.
tains of ancuent-and modern times, ^" conqueredd
Italy at five and twenty! *Youth !A-treme youth,-
overthrew the Persian Empire' Don" John of
Austria, won Lepant~o at twenty/c-the greatest
.battle of moder 'njtfes-;- had iflot been for the-
jealousy of Philipihe next ,ar he would been
Emperor of Mauritania. Gan de Foix was only.
twenty-two when he stood#'to ^ on the p^"lanf
Ravenna. Every one rernber Cond and Rob-
roy at the same age. G^113s -dolphus died at
thirty-eight. Look alt "Pt-11"; that wvonder- -


l(/* ^-- *' *'
AA n a cloudy swarm of summer flies,
WVithlangry hum- and -slender lance, beset
TAe ides of some huge animal; so did
T'Ahey buz about the illustrious WtU, and fain
Vth his immortal honor, down the streamrn
,4f fame would have descended; but, alas!
'T.he hand of time drove them away. They were,
Indeed, a simple race of men, who had
One only art, which taught them still to say,
Whate'er was done might have' been better done;
And with this art, not ill to learn, they made
A shift live. Butsometimes too, beneath
The dust they raised-,vwas worth-awhile obscured,
And then did Envy prophesy and laugh.
O Envy! hide thy bosom, hide it deep.
A thousand-snakes, with-black, envenomed motrths
Nest there,.andhiss,-and:feedthrouglh all thy heart!
POLLOCK.
COSTERiTHrE SWINDLE..-The Panris correspond-
ent of the Boston A'tlas under dare of July Ist say :,
"'"M1.,asey, who was sent'out here by one of the,
Clouub-us- (Georgia) banks, to endeavor o10 arrest
SCoster, who had swindled it out of a large sum c'
money, found him in Switzerland, living likeO
princ. He admitted that he had the funds, but defa
Mr. Casey ,to obtain lthem, or arrest him, an, hne
was-.unable to do either. The Swiss Governiment
are anxious to enter, into a convention WiA the
United Statesforthe mutual extradition of olefac'
ors, similarto that concluded with F-ape, it Is
o be hoped an arrangement may be eflI..ed."
It issaid there are two words and two nIly, in our
language, which coitaii all the v --ls n mthe
regular order. They ar=-"abstenlUSYLv and"
facetiously." .


I .. "I thirty-six when h id
ful Duke of WVeimqr,,'. .tt:iii,'y en he died.
Banier himself, a mrer/i acles, died at ff-rht--
five. Cortes waii-1 more than thirtN-whiemn-he-, '
gazed on the gol^.. cupolas If Mexico. When
Maurice ofSaxo7:ied at thirty-two, all Europe
acknowledged 't:ossi of the greatest captain arnd
the profound 1atesman-of the age. Then there
is Nelson, Cl~f-'but these are \warriors, and per--
haps vo.-M. 1ink there are greater things than
war. I do'1, tI worship the Lord ot Hosts.-
Pascal wr'a great work at sixteen, the greatest
of FrencIe'n, and died at thirty-seven!
Ah! tit fatal thirty-seven, which reminds- me
of Byr.grepter even as a man thIan a writer.-
Was experience that guided the pen of Rapha-
el './n he painted the palace of Rome? He died
toei Ihirty-seven. Richlieu w'as secretary of
stwat thirty-one. Well there are Br-liiigbroke
arPitt, both ministers before other men leave
"cricket. Grotius was in great practice at seven-
atn, and attorney-general at tweiitv-t;our. Arind
,Acquaviva was general of the Jesuits, ruled every
cabinet ti Europe, and colonized America before
he was thirty-seven. What a career! the secret
sway of Europe! That was indeed a position ? But
it is needless to multiple instances. The history
of heroes is the history of youth.
D'Jsraeli's Donin gsby.,
SIMILARITY OF TASTE.-.4It was determined by a
master of a ship to give a dinner when he landed,
and it was arranged that eac-h'of'the crew should
order his favorite dish the day before, so ,that all
tastes should be suited. The captain was some-
what astonished, to -find that every one had be--
poken "Pork and Beans."


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: ,WONDERFUL CLOCK. A 'WIFE'S DIARY.
Tlie- Rev. -Mr' Turnbull, pastorof the Harvard The philosopher Punch, publishes a very inter-
8t. Church, Boston, wrote "a letter during his re- eating letter from some poor devil of a husband
%cent tour to Europe, to the members of the Sab- vho is very clearly in a particularly bad box. We
Sath school connected with his congregation, in wish him an early and safe deliverance:
which he gavean interestingaccount of a wonder- KNOW, PUNCH, I am a married man. Yes-
ful work of art. After introdficing the letter he terday I found a little note-book in the passage.-
proceeds as follows: It turned out, on inspection, to be my wife's; and
There is no subject that I cani think of which to contain-=what think you?-a journal which
will be so likely to interest you as the great astro- that woman has been keeping, I dare say; ever.
noniical clock, which I saw the other day in tho since our marriage. The ensuing is an extract
Cathedral at StrasburL. This Cathedral, by thl therefrom. Punch, you are a gentleman; and, 34
*ay isone oflthie finest and oldest in Europe. It therefore, I hope you will insert it. If you Were
is very large andits tower or steeple is the hig!- a lady, indeed, I imagine you, hardly Would; be- .
est1in:the world. It is twenty-four feet, higher sides, I should wish no lady to take a leaf out of W
than the great pyramid ifi: Egypt, one hundred my wife's book. Here, however, sir, is one, at you
and forty feet higher than St. Paul's in Londm, service : R
and three or four times higher than the old Soxth- Sunday.--Charles o&t late last night; not up
tihurch in Boston. -this morning till twelve; breakfast not over till
? The astronomical clock stands in the inside, in one. Wishedparticuldrly to g6& cthurch; my new no
one cornet of it, and is most imposing and betuti- lilac bonnet with pink trimmings came home yes-
ful edifice' Five or -six hundred people viftt it terday. Cant go of course. TheWalkersandHutch- da
every day-at 12 o'clock, when it reformss some -inses there, and all. Very angry with Charles; D
kxtraordina ry feats, which I shall mention pre- wouldn't talk to-him at dinner; went up after-
seitlv, an,] several millions in the course )f the wards into the dressing-toom; and there sat by
'ear. There have been two or three cloks .n myself. When I came down again, found him nc
the same pce, uPOn the model of whih the smoking and reading the paper. That Edwards di
present one in formed; but it is almost a DSw one, called this evenirig. Knew Charles would ask Di
an-] was coisti'ucted by a mechanic whces name him to stay to supper. Slipped out directly after
was Schwiliue in 1838, to whom a nocturnal fete tea; locked the larder, took the key of the cellar, C
or festival *,as- .givet by his fellow-citizeis on the, and went to bed;,hope they were comfortable.
a ocion of iits completion. Monday.--Charles very cross this morning last
s To give you some idea of the sizeof *oe clock, night; but coaxed him over, and made him pro- r
Jw Iwil compare it with some othe things with mise me that dear shawl. Paid for week's house- j
:/ which you are familiar, instead of saying it keep. Mem.- to get those open-work stockings, C
:' was so many feet high, and so maryieet wide, Charles out half past ten. Mrs. Saunders called,. du
S&c,, Well, then, you remember the Size of the How well she manages Saunders! Mem. not to m
( post office in Washington street Itis as high as forget her hint about the save in sugar. 'Charles D
-that, and about as wide, or at east nearly so. Its home again, for a wonder at four.; said he had ur
"top would reach to the very summit of our meeting been for a walk with Bradshaw. Steaks for din-
house, and its front would go about half across the ner. Charles never asked me whateut I Would ,pi
front of the meeting house/Oh the top of It is the like'; contradicted me about the horse-radish,'. m
"figure of theprophet Isarfi. about as large as life; when I knew I was right; and would -.at spring fe
*on its two sidesaire acotiple of stairs to go up in- onions with his cream-cheese when- I told him pE
to it. i not. au
Its front is beautifully painted, and has places Tuesday. -Charles up 4n his little rboto, Writ- si
i Upon which the hoursiof '6he6 day, the days of the ing all day. Went out shopping with Susan and
; 'week, the revolution outthe stars; the motion of the the bady. -Ordered the brown sugar instead, of *
'sun in the ecliptic.thd days. of the month; the sea- lump, an put by difference for sundries. Got
;son of the vear, the phases'of the sun and moon, the dear shawl; Met the-Wel-lses, and heard,-.Mr.
and a great many.:things, are indicated. Hiere, Charles was seen yesterday at the- Pantheon; 1
also, in niches prepared fort hem, are movable irm- what did he want there I should like-fo know?
ages of the Saviour and his twelve apostles; Death (Mem.--find out.) -After dinner (shouid- of mut- g
and Time w',h hi's.cytIi-; the four ages of human ton,) Charles reading. Baby cried, Charles rt
--life, and several other formswnich I cannot men- wanted it sent up stairs; how very unreasonable! R
th
lion. --the poor dear was'teething-wouldn't hear of ,
To give you a little farther idea of its magni- such a thing. Charles went out in a tiff, andnev- 0
tude, let me say that there ate means of going in- er came- home til two -in the morning. Said he
.side of it; and thatsome ten or fifteen people, per, had been kept up late.talking over business- o
haps more, might stand together in its very heart Business indeed f His ,eyes were so red, and he
.'and. examine the machir, ry. Mr. Nealej two smelt so dreadfully of segars The cold shoul-
:*other gentlemen and myself, with the conductor ders of mutton for you, sir, to-morrow/
Wentinti it and spent about an hbur there.- We Wed"esday.-My lord wanted soda-water this ]
.went first into a lower, then into' a higher,- and mio~hing. In his tanterms at breakfast, because
'then still higher-apartment of-it, aridshould think, these weTe no bloaters.-Went out directly after, j
of'more thanathousr pieco siren didlypolished Asked him if he was going-to the Pantheon?- a
and all dependent for the hairionious action upon took no notice :-oh, I am afraid he is very slyI! l
the short,, thick brass pendulum which swings in Ordered the cold shoulder and no rice pudding
the centre. to-day; bought the stockings. Home came Ohar-
But I must tell you what the lo'ek does. -It les to' dinner with a friend; so vexed about the
,not only points out the hours and the days, the bill of fair; served him right!
times arid the'seasons, but the revolutions;of the Thursday.--C'harles away again early, told me
-stars, the solar and-lunar equation, the conjunc- not to wait for him; Nice-lamb chops all alone, .
-tions and the eclipses of the heavenly bodies, their at two, Charles back at half-past twelve; saw a t<
positions at any given time, and various changes play bill hanging out of his pocket: and taxed
th6uih whichthey pass for thousands ofyears. him when he admitted he had been to Drury
It points out apparent time, mean, or real time, Lane. Why could'nt he have taken me?
and ecclesiastical 'time. On its face you see the Friddy.-He wanted half a dozen pockeft-and-
- :motion of the stars, of the. sun and planets, of the kerchiefs, and gave me the money for them. Got tj
'moon and hersatelites. Two little cherubs, who him fbur--quite enough for him. Bought a TUc:. S
t"ii- 6 -d. e tca-dizal. Saw such alove of a work-box, in a -st
the quarters of the hour--Death strikes the hour shop i Rgent steet-five guineas! oh, how my b
'With a m ce,--vhI.e four figures pass and repass fingers itched for it. Charles this afternoon in a a
before hirm,,represeriting tthe various stages of hu- good humor; give hive him a broad hint about'the t
nar. life 0 work box. I shall get it.
At 12 o'clock every day, when Death strikes Saturday.-Charles scolding this morning d~out c
12, the apostles who are represented each with his wristbands, which had no buttons. Sewed ,t
badge of his m3xrtyrdom, come out from the clock them on myself, and pacified him. Asked him if
I and pass hef,-re the image of the Saviour, bowing he would dine out to-day ; said No: howprovok-
:as they pass, and receiving his benediction, whichin .for I wanted fo se the day at Mrs. op. 1
he gives, with a movementoof thterthnd, When kins's. Had a few words about the mutton, whe-
the Apostle Peter makes feis appearance a gilded other it should be boiled or roast : but thought it
cock, which is-peched'on one side of the clock,. best to give way. Surprised him at dinner with s
flaps his Wings*, r hises his!head, and crows sq .long College dumplings-my own making. Mixed
and loud ast6 kie the whole Cathedfal ring him a nice glass of brandy and water afterwards, r
again-. This he'fepj'e'ats, tifee times in memorial Got the work box.
of the cock that croWed three times before the fall The-e, Punch. I am already your debtor for
of Peter,-durn.Fthe ,-.-1. ,n of our Saviour.- many a good joke ; increase the obligation by one
..Of course tM he oc-k makes' no farther noise or m(mote,. that of-letting me show my wite the above
btn n m t il t e n e xt d w ..t I '? '' cl. ck w h e n h e re i n p ri nt I am & ,- B en ed itu s.
pa. h s :e .t m -^ r p t /: .ba e ,.,1.-- it one of th'e Quarter '
xlus wnngs and ratsn hns i~ead ^.,-.C.,t.H e~--.nJ)~ilpws
:../ae M. oin!.f a .V.ll?',',/,",."--iowv fi'.e.p.itly i iinialt'ri-i t.,." ,-KsS~tlt diid bjittery. The solicitor i
'r^remark rrl'e by' aristocratic uipstartsi, \vi,:> c'ait~d lIiii t,, thie bar, an'J aji,'esised him thus:,.
.ha o th in ,, t ol re c ),.-i m e n d t hie mi s i 'e I r,,:m e y a n d "-* .,:,u a re tn ,J t,; t ,.- l l .:,r .a mi sdii tem e n o r a n d s t a n d
rlO,''rc, "when th- narne ,of an h.:neit arii djl11- clu-,l'fe.J in tlc'- \.;.rds3--Trie Jur.ors, upon their
... '-inechi~iic hin pein to be mnenti,,ed it- u,.-.irh., ri.,rterit tlu~t Joe Plnlihps, late of the cour- -
^ "' '.once. T hey consider it ,:e~ ra,]hr -; t,:, t ,,f---- *, ,:,n- tlh,;j lth dj r.,of A ,ug..', i8-- w ith -
co yrri c,-o nlini.-itiri. to assci.i-e wivll l;,)rce ar,,: arii aii,1 ,p.q,.,n the b,,dy of one John
[nose \wn., n not li]e- the n,i,..lv p,-.:,s_e ?s Scr,,, ^iir. w ith m alti.-' s~ irntenit, an assault did ]
wea'ho,.h that^ wealt wa[s^y obtaine-d by tr, l,, \vitlh .-uts. t_,lsh:,i, sw.ords dirks and clubs.i
the m o-t r ^ t Nih -n s ,na -. N Lthin ^- i~l ,? ,l:! l.:".i~i ,
pl ,so dIv h ;^ w e t-in([,:rnm e., w ell-ore.,] peu- "* S r.p, M rt. L .>,.v\ r, says J,:e,. T here w as
.... a, to "nm,,);rant, c,)nceite, I. pallid up, s,)ratliv-,- ,...t it, but v,;,u are making it a---sight
mechanicsasr e ss, ti ,n^^pu,]ent dindy, tank ab,:,ut worse thL]' it WaS.' -,i
.. .ncs as i w er t. ,) be te t a br^utes. ., \\el.. lh,:,.v w as it J,_,e :" ask,?, the solicitor. i
i" *', e l a, l\ t "4 g vma \ o uld u e ).lllt v J Sl'-uC h "" \ V l1 v. .[, 1,m r,", nd I In re t <:,r >^ tt iy .o n th e ro ad ,
.. "ee'-'., .l e in-,rant spoiled beai.y an 1 s',s I to J,:,hn. "i T lii is b .ad d'ay for snak-
The wortnie.. cont,?i n ', j,) ,_ ,^ I'e:a l ? I J ": Ji .I II,.." T tt .- ] he t,:) I.ri
d s .... .1 tl, or ^ \\ora o .J10 .. \V**, N,,r \el") b,t~ fneitl-o,, If,1' [ killed one near


, consider It a .l_....e ,.
,, .,ass .)nate %%It ahre. T, 'IiU ,:,t ,1I '" F e n .a [
well-intormit l r.e V Iv tS "v Tl ,arn a, '. f,,, ,t,e,'t's ,,ary snake in this
a poorworthle-3. iimonw .t ce ,r ,.; it i- f 1.-, i
les to him-el aan.d a dnrw,, and TaI,,1 1, fte-10 L. ..i 1 nrnv sul h c,-compliments pas-.
encumbcrance to hins Irlen,* "
U f l 'ZS t L t ) 1 .c 6 e e t wt,]7 \ ,- 1 u 1 1,11s1 .h n I, _, I 'l e S a y s h e ,
"" I ,i,-.I.,,'t mil 1 ,nt, iphlibr's cows as some
A LIVERPOOL M E ,,H.\?r.----. .. .- ,, -
actionso( 'If0r1 N"s Bro\\n of L i l,-, 1 ir,,n. -k ,ith my fiston the
-to":1 ) I mo o 1)( I) t .. I II l t.7 i l )l a n lo u n te d -- _- \ rn d t t,. rn 1 t tI l f t h a Il l- ? v t y i t o h
re V "UI "nio( 1 1,-;,.1)t oc irred 'in this ool- il'"lr1 'e ( 11 h,1" h 1" 1 9i, Ilw n we had a real scuffle, a
were serioulh, involved in eon.1 he -.1" t,.ir fi,lt; thei,.i ji t s,.;>. And \ve hadn t no gun,
thv fallen, every town in ellh. kniiza ". -, nojr ,pi-t.,, ,,,ir" club,, ,...r o--\ord. nor dirk, neither'
vrn<.i(oP nzjee \oiid n e -'? ":. 5;-) %.-'.u ho..n' A[tilii~;:l that nonsense over
The sqvennie t h--w e 1iinmiiiPin 'l 1 "^ ,,^^ ;,,,~ \ h--'i P .ihtig n
dhd the dfire,-lor.; of the Bank (if 1 P;?l 1 and so ,t') [Il "11" "Is villr.; to m ht Im s ifh I'lthig and
latter mli t anr re-;Olved to rts;i' I Mr Fr. Til' e ,- /*
extent o.tw o t m illons. ThIe exacts m{ -. ." :'"
ho wai a ithnrizd l t odr' -a loan o, 'm-t i 1', il- its ,frst dim and
individi.l i ni uriip l ll 1 1io h .ql-orv ,,1 ,-,I i i 1 -- +'. i e.. b- t i a -iar,-,,n concentrated
-was X l.95, ),11in ) ..fthisIat lihe tor,k ad: ; oil.n o l 1 a ",?i-3 of the heart re-
to the extent ol bet eia hr rind F i" e hi'ii t ,,, l,|I' tit ,t,f rile init ll,_"t ; i ai ..ppeals to, it stirs
tlo-isand pounrs, wL% icill ile I sne-et ri_) ltd. 1. It tie -.-n ii rt-a,-t and sympathies that
sides clearitun i MY all o" ot ib,.r ir rr .-n,.?nt. H\ 1 I ', ',,i ia" ,.r i ,l ". .i ",: I .;li? sigh is the.spirit
erlonal lorni 1e 1-3 now (Aid tuobe at [e a.r tw%" o Ill, h .. I
P. .... I "t 'f n ,,'I Ij ,?a d ro uses tile Ana-'
ons.of pounds. t -.r in. ,1 v,:,1 int,., trst. Thertl..e tsttthat mind pro--
Slander and sca ndal dinR*or iuoh in ihl- iii- -lon- [ ', , ,Ier-r [ip in ,t external form
their.attackSlander 14 -'II,. 'r f ltl,-- C ,, --I I'. V[L It ,!- ,=r l, l .
their attack. .slander I? "" h.- p--'ile,,,: il dark- Vei ,tore I. h.o -,, ,,,i,,, f r-0,-... shippers of glory
ness;" but sandal i, "" the cles.rtiction thhit a ;,. I ,l l is Iti i1 I-., L P, -I]e representative of a
leth at nonndaiv." scandal seldom looks, otlw, anl gd.us who- op,:r,. i Qm-_ li-v ntimot always com-
to the consediienee-, oi Its. ;id sometimes repe rs pr.:f.n, i sb,-, |r;-, n,.'(i I eoImIn with,
of them ;slander ever looksI to ,ill- resill -1- i "-\'\^\ h n -irnaati.-.n that aitinates one in Q so
laboirs, and ik disappointed if"it f-il t n i[- o r :"'i,'h'qe m:,, 'rty ot th n ,Tr. ih at "there ts not a
'lander is deliberate : scandall Is lh,-;,ugh le-,s. "|,- ,-r.-., of, i ,if e] ex rpnex_ o I,.e n ,| ;n ih hA in the love
ndr isdeliderate ; scnindal li thou'i-hile5.. M ai..e th .t ;tl ,'I -+ -,J i 1,1,j ,.1 [|th It penelrates deeper
is the conipauon ot the onie ; Folly is ih,: coir,.ie tl tn th '-e ,.lr, K bird-' ,a nd obler captive than the
of the other. fr,.y ;-.< ,. po n the di.il, it gives to the
h,. .in l ,.i', both iu6 li-,hr. N:ttt.:,ns areits w o'r-
W H!R.-Theet -rm"\\hig"'it issaid,wa.qiven .> sili,,rs ani *',,ooer?: ali, pjsterity learns from its
the anf i-iim narchiiedl party in the olid ('0 lnin.:>. ora,[leo t-Jrdr,:'m), tu aspi re, 10 i.l,'re'f
w elth era of E ngland, anrl i .m erelv a coin b i atii,-, "
'Df.the initial letterSoif Crom l'.--l[',? m i,, '_V{i A linpe pf.JFrerd',_r.e i k,: .ri,- r,-'.c'd rlv fr inCaL
r[OiPl- t--G f Y"; '. l!-: ; 1 __ 1 --- -il .


PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c.
J. Superior Cologne Water;
6" Lavender do.
Orange do.
Bay do.
SEssential Oils;
Hair Dye;
Balm of Columbia;,
Tooth Brushes, assorted ;
Hai -do' do
; Clothes"Brushes.;
Playing Cards, French and American.
Also, a variety of Fancy articles, Soaps, &c.,
just opened and for sal, by'.
THOS. P.-JONE:S,& CO.,
Ha&t Dressii g -Saloon,
..j.Y2p tf.. Centre -street.


FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fa,
: ship SOBIESKI," Gay, muter,
most of her dargo' engaged, ",w
with despatch f6r balance of freight of
cedar, apply as ab6ve, or to.
NOURSE & STOS,'.
jy13 46 Watdr Wi.*,


To the Amerecan Bxtr.yi
THE undersigned contemplates putfifntIi
.L the ensuing Spring, the first voiumirSb
"SCENES AND AfECDOTES 0~.
AMERICAN BAR." ,
My brethren throughout the United Stat
requested to aid me with contributions frti.t
respective States, locating particularlX
"Scene' o" Anecdote" in the proper Coujt
District. As fhe contributions will be "etry ad'
erous and many 6f them from the'far NoihW7
West, I must request m.y ffendsto pay ti
age on them. I shall be aided in th'ip aius.'fi
interesting work by some of the ot.idA .s-n
distinguished Members of the Sourhemf tr.,
Oj- All communications must be diriee'
me at Pensacola, Florida."
RICHARD ROEL


L IST OF LETTERS reti-ning in the Pos
Office Apialachicola, Ju 1st. 1,84,
Atkinson, James Allen.-Capt J G
Brach Benj Bush 81M 2
Bull, J. B & Ott 2 Borland'-Capt S'
Barclay, John Brewstef, W&'
Baker, Capt Jds 3 Bunce, T D
Bisby Jas Brisby James
Button, S D Brown, Capt P t
Babcock; L Burgess, Capt T H
Carnofehln, John' 2- Curtis, Reuben
Cody, Chae F Carpenter, Dan'l
-Cairferin, Geo Caraway, A B 2
Denison, Jos L, Davis, Geo
Dawson, Wm S Demeral, WV S & Co
Dixon, John Davis, W G M 2
-Freeman, J W Ford, Nicholas
FHtner, W L Floyd, R J
*Finch, Sol 2 Fisher, N H
Goudy, Harriett Gane, G L 2
Greatreaks, SOC Galliher, Owen
Griffin%',Jas Gorrie, Jno
utchiason,. nd Hutchins, Albion 2
Hanly Jas-. Haight Geo
Harrison, Wmj Higgins, E, U S N 2
Henning, C T 5 Hutchinson, Geo
Hayden,.HH 2 Haller, Thos
Hull, John H Halley, R B
Hunt, E F Hodge, J B
Howard, Capt B Hooper & Johnson
Julian Wm. J akson, Jacob S
Judah, D W C Jackson, Capt A
Jameson, N A .'Jackson, John
Jones, Wm S Johnson, Elizar
Kelton, Wm H 3 King, Rich'd
Kellogg, Jno 2 Kosker, Gerard 37
Leighton, Edwd Long., Freeman 2
Lawrence, Jn0 D Lanning, Jas
Lewis, Ed Ll6ydj J T
McGreger, C A H Morton, S T
McGill, Arthur Martini Matthew 2'
McGlehon, Geq Mars, Win 2
Mclntyre, H Mathewsi J A
McManus,Geo W Muswoith ;-Geo
Mizell, Johnh&"CG AehanThos
Nathens, Thos ickell, G W
,Nickson, G W Nickerson, Varahnn
Oram, Wm O'Hawilin, Felix
Owens, Wm nE, OrthbJaicbb
Patrick, Wm P'attersoii, Jos R
Parker, R L Pnrple Al i
Parsdn; W H Parker, A F W !t
Pratt, Danl S .Pott; Ludwig fi
. Roff, J Reguter, C
Randall, John L" Rundell, Jno H
Roberts, LD ,R]icker, Capt Mt 2
Royal, W'WT Rowland, P E
Ryan-,Danl Roger, EWW ...
Rozal, WT Rowletf, Danl
StarrtJasB 3 Small',;4 W W
Smart, Job R 2' Spencei, J no C, .U S N
Sherman, Ed Small, Phillip N
Smith, Tros J sauds, WIY A
Sullivan, Morley/ Springer, Capt J L
Sullivan, David Stark, W T & Co 2
Silsby, Capt J R SteaTd_,- Emily
Spencer, Dt S W 2 Show- Mrs Blanche"
Sayl6r, Chau $ri'f,-Hez
Thadwell, 0 14 Tatem, Capt J.
Thbmpson,-,Jesn Thomas, W St
Tuthell, D M Taney, G R
Varnum, Capt 0} 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,- Capt JOb Wood,;Vapt E J
Ware, E A West, Thbs'
Young, Thos" 0.. F. B-ALTZELL.,- f; M.-
03- Persons wishingf any of te6 above letters,
will pleagft say, They af'eadv'ertised'.


S We are authorized to an-
ounce Dr. N. A. LONG, of Jackson, as a Can-
date for the Senate from the Western Senatorial
istrict'at the ensuing election. jy27*


Pensacola, July 1st, 1844.
(0- Editors favorable to the undertaking ,w
please copy.


,opartnershiip and ComliKisgioxt
Business,
AT APALACHICOLA AND COLUMBUS. ;
HEE undersi-gned have'associated for the pur-
pose'of tran-iacting'a. General Agency and
ommission Business. The basinesswM 'becon-
micted- i'tApal-acbicola,Fla., by HeO&y L- Ray-
rond, under'the firm of RAYMOND & HAk-
)IN-in Columbus, Geo.-, by Edwvard' J1. Hardin,
under the firm of HARDIN & C6.
The advantages offered by this" arrangement, to
persons at a distance Who tnay -have or wish to
nalfe lu'sirnegs' in" either ofr'both places, will be
eadily perceived.- Feeling ourselves fully com-
etent to conduct such:'a business as it should be,
nd intending so to do, we respectfully solicit a
hare of patronage.
EDWARD J. HARDIN,
HENRY L. RAYMOND.
Apalaehic6fa, July 31,-'18944. alotf


O'RDAGE & OAKUM.-
75 coils of M5anilla Cordage, assorted;
25 bales Oakum, for sale by "
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water sUrert.


L IME.-SO bbls of Lime. for sale low by "
KIMBROUGH & RIDGWAY,
per his agent-WM. H. HUGHES
jy6 52 Water street..
/'aHEWING TOBACCO-45 doz Mrs. Mille in
Chewing Tobacco, just received and fo gtale-!
by DODGE & GARDNER,
jel5 40 Water street.


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


-tISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
L-The 6o-Paftnership heretofore existing under
he name and'style of "DOYLE & BUTMAN,"
*h r iC'ha'l+,'dI.re ona) C!"~go--j'.;;..,,: 8... *I Jlur-p.
street, Trianglje Buildinqs, is "thfs day dissolved
)y mutual consent. AN- claims due, by said firm
ire requested to be presented,, and- those indebted
o make payment to THOS. M. DOYLE, who
will continue the above b'fsiness on his own ac-
aodht, the name of the firm to'be used in liquida-
ro-A ohl!.- (Sighed) THOS.,M. 1MDOYLE,
BENJ.- BUTMAN.
New Orleans, June 15, 1'844". jy6 1m


N OTICE.-The undersigned have this day
formed a partnership under the name and
style of "GOLDSTEIN & CO."' for the transac-
ion of a general Wholesale Grocery and Com-
mission Business. D. GOLDSTEIN,,
JOHN R. BEERS.
Columbus, April 1, 1844. ap13 2m


B ELL-ISON & CO-,qffer. for sale an extenr
e sive assrtment of Merchatdize, sttira b fo-'
-the Spring trades consisting of.
Groceries Dry Goods'g- BobW'and, Shtol,;
Bonnet-tTand Palm Leaf Hats;- Fancy Ooods;
Crockeryianid Glasswarei Hardware;
WoodNwa're, Brushes, &c., &c. mar30


"N CONSIGNMIENT:-4 hhds CROCKERY
Ware, assorted, for" country trade-; .
Criewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left-+
*Ichi Va., some superior cross brand;
Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery;
Hollow and Tin Ware.;
Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c.
ALSO,
Sugar, Coffee, and Canal Flour;
Old Sherry .Wine, in cases;
All of which will be sold very. low for cash.'
DAVID G. RANEY,
jan29 43 Water street.
THE -ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY od"
Hartford, Conn.-The undersigned ager.i ,r r,
the said Company, is prepared to issue policies of
Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on
rivers, on favorable terms. The capital of the
above company is large and invested' in the aafest
possible manner, and. its settlement of losses u
always been prompt and liberal'.
DAI'LJ. DAY, Agent.
Apalachicola, April S, 1844. '
rrM-E subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
I INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford.
Cornn., with full power to receive proposals and
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against loAs or
damagee by Fire, and also to take Marine and In.-
landi 'risks. The reputation of this company.for
settling losses with promptitude and iri ty ii
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,1.
palachicola, April 5, 1S44.
Win. Sydney Orec"g,. 1. D;
I,. GREEN takes this opportunity of. ex.pes-
Sin his gratitude to his patrons; andtogfgute
them that it shaHl be his constakil endeavor f6 re.-
.der himself more useful in his proflecsion.
Office on Certtre, near Water street. idce,26
IL. W. SpraU.. ,.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW..-
W" ILL for the future reside in this city, All
who. have committed leg"l b-sineb t ""his
care while a resident of QuineT, will peiee ad-
dress him at this place. He wil continue i-regst;
lar attendance upon the courts 4 Jackson and
Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeal ait
T allaha tisee.-
.Officp over W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street.
Apalachicola, Jan. 8J844.
P AINTS, OILS. GLASS, &c.
1 100 kegs White Lead;
5 bbis Linseed Oil; 5.doLamp;
1,71 boxs Glass--assorted sizes;
100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes;
ICopel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &c.
'Just received,-and for sale by
A .B..S. HAWLEY,
l o r C h e s t n u t- & C o m m cc .. .


AXES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucdky Axes,
just received and for sale by
apl'3 B ELLISON k'CO., 33 Water st.-


QUNDRIES..,-46 btis Cider Vinegar;
.2 bs C6ppera%;* 8 mats Cassia;
6"'hests Teas, green, blaAcAt,&c.
fo kegs Saleratus ;. 3 do Nutmegs ahd"f loveg
10 boxs Ground Pep'per; 4 ao 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'Cats*t; for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apI6 40 Water street.


"TTARRISON' APPLE CIDER.-A superior
j. article of Geo. S. Badger's manufac.ure,
in' barrels for sate by .


NU(.)LKSE & STON E,;
46 Water street.-


e I


Take N*64ve
'ICKED UP on the 1st inst, about rfou miles
from the city, afloat drifting down, a large
BARGE, nearly new, from-60 to 70 feet long, and'
in good order. The owner or owners- of said
Barge, are hereby notified to corhe 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, July 6, 1844. 3t


Robertsq Allen & Co.,
HAVE on hand and for 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
for Iron or Brass Castings, Blacksmithing, Tin,
Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and Copper
P-oofing on reasonable terms., janl ly


DrUgs and Mte'dtines. -
TrHE subscriber has taken the Store in Baltt-
e.ll's Buildings, formerly '6oupied by Mr. B.
T. Caro,, and as early as 15th, oF May will open a
stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils lMass, &c., &c., for
summer use, and in the fall will have a large and
complete assortment for country merchants, plapi-
ter atnd physicians. "
ap20 B .- HAWLEY.


LIQUORS AND WINES.--Brandy-Otard,
Dupuy & Co's; A Seignette'8.
Gin-Holland, anchor brand.
Whiskey-Old Scotch'; Monongahela.
Wine--Old Madoeira; Sicily; old pure Port;
Champaign, for sale by
DODGE ,& GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water st


M ATTING FOR SUMMER CARPETS---A
prime assortmenf jusit received-. :
For sale by B ELLISOM& CO.,
ap27 33"Water street.


W M. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large
and well selected stock of DRY GOODS,.
consisting of:.-
Cloths, Cassimeres,, and Kerseys;
Sattinets, Flannels and'Blankets;
poieian and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
*Bleached and untleached4 Sheetings;
Shirtings';
Cotton Osnaburg ; :
.An'd every other article in their line adapteli
to the country trade. dec4 y


DRUGS, MEDICINES, &-c.Th e subscriber
has just opened a, iresh:suppiy of Drugs,
Medicines, &c-. All orderWfroml the country
promptly attended to.: B.iS. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce, streets.


SWEDES IRON,;--Assortedsizes, just received
and for sale by B, ELLISON & CO.,' "
ap2 33 Water street.


T'.RESH BUTTERR.-17 kegs Goshen Butter,-
_" a prime article, just received from. New York
per brg-Morea. For saleby
NURSE & STONE',
vyi 46 VWater street.


'DR OPE & BAGGING,.-Northern Bale Rope
and India Bagging,:for sale by
ap20 B ELLISON & CO.; 33 Water st.


.O N CONSIGNMENT.-20 bbls choice Salt
Beef, in prime order, put up expressly for
family use., ,For sale by ,
.'_.HESTE., FAR1IOR &1 M cGRIFF', "-A
S. 44W a-rO


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IIRIN9 INTELLIGENCE.


B FOR RENT.---The building near the
Market, known as the "Market Coffee
.House," will be Tented onr reasonable
erns. Apply to J. L. WYMAN.
Apalachicola, July 27j.1844;


TRANSPARENT 1rNDOWV BLINDS.-.
A beautiful article:Aassorted patterns.
F,:,_5aleiL | ELLISON & CO., _._.
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PORT OF APALACHICOLA...August 10.

CLEARED.
Sloop Mary Mar, Mar, for Mobile.
ARRIVED.-
Steamer Siren, Wheaton, fm Bainbridge.
Steamer Florence,' Flyd, from Columbus, with
19 bales cotton.
PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Siren-Mrs Dominge, Miss Snell,
V Foster, Master James Winship.
Per steamer Florence-0 P Tillinghast, Capt
yneer.

SWe are authorized to an-
ounce ROBERT J. FLOYD, Esq., as a Candi-
ate for the Senate from the Western Senatorial
district at the ensuing election. jy27*


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OTICE TO OWNERS OF STEAMBOATS.
I have a Boy by the name of Joe, who is a
cod Pilot, any person wishing to hire a Pilot to
Un 'from Columbus to Apalachicola, or up Flint
liver, can have my Boy on trial for a week; if
hey like him, I will hire him for a month, or
or the whole season.. Persons wishing to hire
im will do well to address the undersigned soon,
r his services may be engaged. I will hire him
power by the season than by the single month.
SARAH L. SCOTT.
Obhesee,-Aug. 3, 1844. al0-1m
N OTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
| to the Hon. Judge of the County Court of
ackson county, for letters of dismisson frboYthe
administration on the estate of Sampson Pope,
ate of said county deceased,.
SARAH H. POPB; Adm'x;
Jackson County, July 26i-1844. a3-6m


Cominission Business.
New York, March 12th, 1944.
foC- WITH a knowledge of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and pood
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, fjr the ur-
chase and sale of all kinds of Produce,, and for-
eigi afad Domestic Goods. .
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-
turns for all sale: effected, and angi-ers to all
orders with which they may be favored.
Bills of Exchange drawn agaifist shipments of
CottoTi or other Produce, wit) be duly honored on
receipt-of invoice and Bill Lading, or by special ,
agrieemfent for funds at maturity, with.'advices or
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN &-CO.,
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street.
C QO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-ITHOS. M,'
DOYLE, of the late firm of 1,DOLE &
BUTMAN, Wangrle Buildings, New Orleans,-
Nhs 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 nhme rat&firm,
of DOYLE & BIDWELL."
THOSE: M.. DOYLE,
HENRY BI!DWVELL.
New Orleans, July 1st, 1844. jy6 1m
N" OTICE.-The co-partnership heretofore ex-
isting in this place between the subscribers,
under the firm of MOORE & McKFNZI E, is thia'
day dissolved by mutual consent.
JOHN M. MOuR9,
WILLIAM A. McKE&NZtE.:
Apalachicola, gay S, .1844'.


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PAINTS, OILS, &c.-75 kegs White Lead;
10 kegs Black Paint; 10 do Green;
1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl Linseed Oil;
2 do Spirits Turpentine; '
250 galls Sperm Oil;
200 Paint Brushes, assorted, for sale by
DODGE' & GARDNER,
apl6 ';-' 40 Water st.1


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'EGAL NOTICES.

,'ankliu Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
rJ. Floyd, comp't.,
d (.1-i IN, CHANCERY.
ris and Griiswuld, et al, IN HANCERY.
Sdefendants-. "
ppearihng to the Court tfrim a fidavit filed in
hi'-a. it.-.that said L-wis Ct .is and George
risvuld, trustees of the Ap,a.-chicola Land
Company, and s.i id John M. Berrien and David
pelden, whoj are d-fe.ilants in ..iid cause, reside
Nv.o:1l- the limits ,:f tils Territory, to wit: the
iId Curtis a'id Grisw.'ldj, ia the state of New
oi'rk: and the said Berrien and Selden in the
itate of Geor1ia. It i ordered, that a notice be
ublishet on,'?e a wee for the s)piceoffour months
ih the "Coinrierlcil Advertiser," a newspaper
.printeI in this district, before thlie ensuing term
of1"atid C,:irt, re ,ii- rn li i lm I d.- 'i, daits, arnd each
f then, to appear ani, anis-,aer, otherwise the
nmplimints bill will hb taIken pro confess:
'tdinst them (a copV-tet.)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
.:Apahl.hicola, Mway ;l t ,h, 1%14. fel 4m


Franklin S ilparior Court.
SAr CH AMBERA.


I Robert M iy, counip't.,
V' y. *IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et aL, '
d.-teiiidani J
rr' ;-,-ert i t., the Court from affidavit filed
! in't'hii cau-e, tha t sid Lewis Curtis and
Geor'.? Irri .v[.li, trist.r -- of the Apalichi'ol t
Lind C.inp.anv, aid said John M. Berrien and
Davi.l Sele-n, wi, are defendants in said cause,
res.. bevy'-nd the limits of this Territory, to wit:
the slid Crtis and ;,iswold, in the state of New
York; a-id the slil Berrien and Selden, in.the
state uf Ge.)riI. It is ordered, that a notice be
pibliihe'I '.ice a iee~i: for the space of four months
in -tile C.mn'nerci.jA Advertise," a newspaper
prmnte. in this district, before the ensuing term
otf said Court, re tuirrni said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
compliiamints bill will be take pro confesso:
against then. (a copy-teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, M.Iy 30th, 1844. jel 4m
Franklin Superior Court..
A I' C-lAMBERS.
Thomas L. Mit:chel, comp't."
v-;.
Doge, McDuuald, Calhoun
arid Bais, trustees of 'the
Franklin Lind and Apala-
chicoli Lot Company'; IN CHANCERY.
Lewis Curtis and George
Griswuld, trustees of the
Apalachicol,.I Land Co.;
L. 'Myers,. assignee in
bankruptcy of George W.
Ross, defendants.
_T appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in
,'. this cause that slid Daniel McDougald, James
'S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis
and George- Gris-.vold; and Myers, reside
beyond the limits of the' Territory, to wit: the
said McDoitgald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state
:of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the
state of ,New York ; and the said Bass in the state
of Alabama.y It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
lished once a week for the space of four months
before the ensuing term of this Court, in the
Cominerci li Adv-rtiser, a newspaper printed in
this District, requiring said defendants to appear
and answer, otherFvi--e tre complainants bill shall
be taken pro con/fesso: against them.
(copy test) '
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apala-hicola, Mayv 31st, 1844. jel 4m',
Apalacliicola District of Florida.
In Superior Court-Frankclin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
vV S t f
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
.1T appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the
I:said DavidD. 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 tfre said bill of
complaint on or before the expiration of that
tim', or the said bill will be taken as confessed
adiinst himi, and such further order given in the
premisesas to the Court may seem justice.
(Copy-Teste.), GEO. F. BALTZELL,
J. A L. BRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitors foi Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. m1l-4m
FraniEiliu' Superior Court.
Spring Term, 1844.
A. G. Semmes,) :
'vs. Damages $500-Attatchment
Elias Sirpson, ) '
THE defendant and all persons interested are
i rotifird otf tllhe insitution ,,f tlie above suit
and are re luired to appe.ir and pleadil as required
by law. A.G. SEMME-;.
SApal-"hiroli, Jan. IS, 1, 14. apl20 3m
Franiklin Superior Court.
Spring Termn, 1-|44.
SHyllyer Bush & Co.-)
vs. Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Wm H-. shepherd.
T .E defeiidiit a-id all persons interested anr
Lhereby notified of the institutiojn of the abovi
suit, and that I will apply to the Judge of the
Superior Court of Frankin County, at the Spring
term ol sail C'ourt, 11 tfor a fortclosure of said
mortcige. A. G. SE\IIME. PI's Att'v.
A i.rhil'ini-,la, Nov. "2 1. lS4 1. apl2Q 3m
|Erianklin. Superior Court. -
/ Win. L.awrence, i
Elizaeth- Liwrenre, formerly Bill of Divorce
El iz.il:,:-th Burns. ",_-/
T HE d~fendant in this ca~e will take notice
that on the first d y of Oct.uhhr next, I wi
proceed to take the d'p~ioi lio's of Timothy Smit
in the abive c ie at the Clerk's Office in the Cit
of Apalachii',l.i, at which time ard place th
the said deftendant mnv attend.
R. J. MOE, Att'y for PI'fi
Apalachi,'olh. J'i.?e "-",, 1>-14. je29 3m
lit Jackson Superior Court
Tj the Spring Ttrm, 1544.
James Boon,)
vs. LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
PietvBoon..
T E d,;-ten'l.at in said case, will take notic
that we shIjll proceed to take the testimony
of Dr. Nathmi'i J. Pittmai, Willirim (y., \Villiam
Proctor and Ji;n?s Barnes, EA.. nl Momidav th
sixth dav of Mw nest, at l rm'clock. A. M.,.


the store of Bittle &. Brotlh.?r;, Rcl-v M'-iu'
Nort h C Fir,,in:i, h,-' iiterroratories now fled %'.it
the Clerk of siid C umiit.
YVIN"IF -k- T VYL0O..
Solicitors tbr Complainan
M'rianri. April Md. IS-I. ap9 Im


ee Apalachicola, May 18, 1844. Croncil of the City of Jlpalachicola, That from DAINTS, OILS, &c.-15 kees White Lead;'
S 8, and after the first day of September next, the -cP i Wi
9 D. K ELLISON & CO. offer for sale an extenr following taxes shall be levied ipon all passengers Y kegs Black Painthre 5 bbl Linsrd'Oil;
d BDsive assortment of Merchandize, suitable fo- arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each and 3 d,, Srlrts Turpentine ;
the Spring trade, consisting of every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fifty 25 'i gils Sperm Oil ;
Goceries; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes; cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving 2, aj Pamnt Brushes, aaonred, Inr sale bav
onnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods; by sea from any foreign country, the sum of two I)ODGE & GARDNER
/Crockery and Glassware; Hardware; dollars, pl6 4' & G Water
SWoodware, Brushes, &c &c. mar30 Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That the own- a
r' ^ ON GNMENT:--' ,hhds1 CROCKERY er or 'master of each and every vessel arriving at IQUORS AND WINE-Brand,-0lard
this port, after the first of September next, shall puy & .s SA nets. '
L Diwn A .SIgnen e's.
S\'re-,-o'ed, tfor country trade; render without delay, under oath, to the Trea- Gi)-,Hr.lland, anchor brand.
Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left- surer of said city, a true and fuil amount ,of all hiske-Old Sctch Mnnngahela.
1 which, Va.,;.some superior cross brand; passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owner Wine-Old Niadeira; Sicily ; old pure Port;
h Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery; or master of such vessel, shall pay to the Trea- Clmrnpaiun. ,l.r -. ,le bv
y Hollow and Tin Ware; surp.r of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and; DOLGE r AbRDNER,
ie, S'ddlrv, atsBootsand hoes &c.DoL;DG-E & i,,-R1NElR,
le Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c. every passenger, for which tax the vessel shall a,,t -i.i Watr -t
SALSO, also be held liable; and any owner or master ofI
Sugar, Cofie, and Canal Flour;e such vessel, refusing or neglecting to comply with N/ M. G. P'ORTER &. CO., ,tier tfir sale a l.irge
Old Sherry Wine, in cases; the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable to VV and well selected stock of DRY GOODS,
All of which will be sold very low for cash. said city in the penalty of fifty dollars, consisting of:-
DAVID G. RANEY, Sec. 3..Be it further ordained. That the fund Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys;
jian29 43 Water street, arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be reserved Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets; t
DAINTS, OILS,. GLASS, &c. and used only for the benefit of the City Hospital, Foreign and Domestic Prints; /
S 100 kegs1. Whirte Lead; under such regulations as the Mayor and Council Brown Drillings and Irish Linens; ,
e bbls LinseedOil; 5 doLamp; may prescribe. Bleached and unbleached Sheetings.'
)y 75 boxsGlass--assorted sizes ;Passed by Council, 20th June, 1844. Shirtinrigs
0lbsVerdegris; Paint Brushes; DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor. Cotton Osnaburgs';
SCop'el Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &c. -p OPE & BAGGING.-Nortern Bale Rope to the country t article in their linete4 d
JL-treceived, ard f,.r -IcA by t the country trade. i'
t. Just received, and B,.r e by S- and India Bagging, '. -" bv -
it u~tHAWLEY, I IIO 3Wtrs ap2
t. B.S HAWLEY, ap0 B ELLIS&ONC .'., 33 Water st. RESH BUTTER.--17 kegs GobJen Butter,
I Je cor. Chetn &Commerce steets. RANSPARENT W W ,\ BLINDS.- J a prime article, just received fr'ca New York
f SWEDES IRON.-Assorted sizes, just received 1 A beautiftil article-'.. ted patterns, per brig Morea. For sale by '"
t. kandfru sdleby B ELLISON& .,- ]f For T' ^ ST N &G NOURSE STONE,
IT3 Water street I p0 33 Water street. jy6 r


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES, UNITED STATES WARM SPRINGS.
TOTICE.LSix months after date, wil apply TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY, MERIWETHER COUNTY, GEORGI.A.,
toTICEH.--Six months after date, J will appl fCor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York. THE PROPRIETORS of this'watering T
County Court Hof Franklin county, Judgfor 'letters of the THE undersigned respectfully place, have been induced to, open their
County Court of Franklin county, for 'letters of ^ ^ 'rnso he:llHouse for the accommodation of invalids
dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson. inform the Old Patrons of the 1 House for the accommodation of invalisI
dismission H. B. STONE, Administrator. TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN- and others, much earlier this season than usu, In!
H B.l SOE A n a oa Ma 16, 184 1 6m. DRY,-formerly known as "JAMES inconsequence of the many applications that have
Apalachicola, May 16, 1844. myl8 6m l CONNER'S" and more recently as been made for Board from different parts ofthI
N'OTICE-Six months after date I will apply M'WCoCNNER & COOK'S," and the pub- country, by those laboring under various diseases,
N to the Hon. Judge of the County Court for lic in general, that they are prepared ;to execute: such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c all of which
Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c, readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have
estate of John Norton, late of said county, de- and every other article necessary to form cornm- heretofore held out more inductnents to persons
ceased. JAMES GREEN., Adm'r. plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, -than to
Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. a20 6m terms, and of as good a quality as any other es- those in pursuit of Health. T-o the invalid, We
TOTIC.-Six months ferdte, I shall apply tablishment in the United States. say come, and come early, if you wish tn he
.NOThe Type cast at ;this Establishment, is, both' benefited. These Springs have proved a-certfai r
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court in style of face, and the material of which it is cure in all eases of 'Rheumatism, Dvspepsv, &c, TA
of Jackson county, for'letters of dissmission from made, particularly adapted for service in News- and in no instance have invalids failed to be bene- .y
dolthe administration of the estate of said county, John S. Ran- paper Printing. fited who have visited them, for the proof of
olh, late of said county, deceased.. All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order. which, we can refer to innumerable certificates, Ji
FRANCIS R. ELY., Executor. N.B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above some from the most respectable gentlemen in the .It
Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m three times, previous to November next, will be State. J(
NOTICE.-All persons having claims against entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four To those in prsuit'ofpleasnre,.we will say this J
J. Thomas Williams, late of Jackson county, times the amount of the three insertions, much, that we intend to offer inducements enough "
deceased, are required to present the same duly JAMES CONNER & SON. to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
authenticated within the time prescribed by law New York, June 1st, 1844, je8 3m Sotuth. We intend to keep a better House than o
or this notice will be plead in bar of their re- .hinas1U Grty, we ever have kept, (and it is said that we generally s
covery. All persons indebted to said estate are HAVING opened a Tailoring kept a vey ood on Our Beds are all entirely b
requested to make immediate settlement. Establishment in the room lately new; our houses have all been repaired,and the
THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator. occupied by. D. H. Pallaiso le whole place presents a new and beautiful appear-
Marianna, Jan. 19th, 1844. jan22 6m w atch-maker directly over Mr. ance. The temperature ofthe atmospheric s fine,
Ta- N eF. Kopman's storey, where he is the thermometer seldom rising above 86 degrees. r
Tax Noticeprepared to execute all orders Our aths are in as good order as they can he, and .
-rw -. T N tice gT ^ ,prepared to execute all orders in for the benefit of those who have not paid us a f
TN conformity with an Ordinance, passed by a workmanlike manner, and trust. for the benefit of those who have not paid us a tI
1 the Mayor and Council .of the City of Apa- to give general satisfaction to visit, we will describe them : hey are 6 in number, I
lachicola, March 22d, 1844, entitled' "An Ordin- y those who may favor him with each ten feet snare in the clear, with a dressinT ri
ance ro raise a Revenue for the use of said City." their patronage, room attached to each, and are so arranged aa to a
I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this March 23, 1844. raise the water to any depthrequired gour Spring pof
day levied upon, and will on the 16thtlay of De- affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of a
cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front ot the ,Tailoring. water per minute; the temperature of the water
Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public U TERMS-Cash on Delivery. 0 is precisely 90 degrees. The analysis as taken by
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol- Spring and Summer Fashions just received. Dr. J. B. Cotting, State Geologist, is as follows:
lowing described property, as will bring double THE subscriber respectfully "Height above the level of the sea, 7934 feet-
the amount annexed, together with all costs and informs the Citizens of Apalachi- quantity one wine pint, or 28,875 cubic inches-
chares of sale. cola, and its vicinity, that having specific gravity 0,998-distilled water being 1,000.
for the Summer located himself at GASES-Carbonic acid gas,....2 cubic inches.
Blocks. Lots. To whom ;-.seed s. the Office of R. J. MosesEsq., on Sulonhurate of Hydrogen.............a trace. g
--~w~ --T -- I\ W theOffice of RJ..Moses, Esq., on SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime,.........1 grain.
S3 6 A. T. Bennett........ 22 00 Chestnut street, is prepared, and Carbonate of Iron,.............. 3 5 grains. l,
'D2 4 will be pleased-on reasonable Carbonate of Magnesia,........ 10 09 grains, s
2 6 15 C. E. Bartlett,........ 875 terms-to execute all orders in his The'temprerature of the Water, winter and sum-
26 2 &3 Br ..... .. 7_ line of business, in the latest styles meri, 90 degrees."
H2 3 L. Birdsal,............ 2 50 and warranted to suit. A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly -
H2 4 J. C. Birdsal,......... 250 N. B.--Boys Garments particularly attended to. for riding, three miles in length; it leads to the
Fl 9& 12 Calhou & Bass,. 1000.JA C COLEMAN. for rid.gthre miles in 'length; it lead0to the
SAl 1 John Evans...........2 50 A June JAS. C. COLEMAN. summit of a Mountain, where you behold oneof ]
D2 1 o&hnC. Edmondson,.........29 0 palachicola, 1s 1844. jel tf the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
H1 5&16, ....L. A. LeGay, road has also been made to the well known d
Imp'd E2 11 John Gilmore,......... 2 50 (AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,) COLD SPRING, only tths of a mile from the
43 6 F. R. Griffin,.......... 1 00 COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it,
1 9 Estate of John Gillispie, 2 25 3 TAKES this method of inform- to be the finest cold water in the world.
C2 6 & 7 Jacob Harvey,......... 7 50 ing the public, that he has just The amusements at the Springs are various.-
Imp'd A2 7 John Kerns,............ 3 50 returned from New York, with a The Ball Room is opened nightly and the services
Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy......... 250 new and splendid assortment of of one of the best Musicians in this section of the
8 2 J.C. Love,............ 300 J E W E L RY, country, is engaged to take charge of it. c
17 3 William Low,..3.......3 00 Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a. We intend to devote our time exclusively this
B2 11 Charles McKinney,.... 5 00 new pattern of beautiful Breastpins-among them, season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hope C
Imp'd E2 10 J. Martin,.......,.... 4 25 some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and to be able, between us, to please all, and see that
Imp'd A2 6 Mitchell Marzell......:3 25 Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold none go away dissatisfied. Mr.andMrs.Johnson
E2 5 Jno. T. Myrick,........ 5 00 and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too, will
Fl 11 Joseph Mitchell....... 4 50 Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Ma.itle give his whole attention,
E2 9 K. McKenzie, ...... 5 00 Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell Our charges will be fine same as heretofore,
Hi 4 & 17 R. Maitland & sons,.... 7 00 low for cash. $30, per month for Board and Lodging. Baths,
Hi 9 & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6 00 FULL JEWELED GOLD WATCAiES AS CHEAP AS free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and
15 8 A. J. Norris,.......... 3 00 S9EVENTY DOLLARS. sold at fair prices. These Springs are 35 miles
30 7 Ogden & Ferguson,.... 1 25 All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired, and north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green-
Imp'd C2 00 Dan'l. Ryan,.......... 3 25 warranted to perform well. ville. ,Visitors will fineno difficulty in reacting I
Imp'd A 00 John Razan ..........2 25 N. B. Persons residing in Apalachicola, or here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
Imp'd A2 2 Frank White ......... 3 00 along the river, wishing their Watches or other Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augjista. Macon
-7 4 Thos. L. Wingate,... .,_2. 75_jwe pep.air 4Jiavi^t, RP~tuntto send and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and
F2 10 A %5--% C r-i+ o u4J .. ..i.. .i-t' m [ t- iiL L I'U Or-tiy nia3s, u., t e ,tS- ,MP' fl??i1.ly fi. rb-bth pfaes he o-, 1 there
PETER HOBERT, season, can have them repaired by Mr. LeGay,: will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage
City Tax Collector., and returned with nearly the same despatch as also leaves Columbus three times a week by the
Apalachicola, June 7th 1844. je om though his establishment were in Apalachicola. way of Hamilton, for the Springs.
Apalachicola, June t. 1844. jel m Columbus, Ga., Oct. 15, 1843. 40 tf The Proprietors will be ready to receive Comn-
Comnmissionu Business. $250 Reward' pany o the first May.BONNER.
SEYMOUR R. BONNER.
New Y orK, March 12th, 1844. "THEREAS, on the night of the 18th instant, WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.
Om- WITH a knowledge of business derived W the dwelling house of George S. Hawkins, The Warm Springs are so well known that we
from an experience of more than twenty years in Esq., was destroyed by fire, and is supposed to be dothink it necessary to trouble the public wifh a
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good the act of some incendiary. Now therefore, by long array of certificates, setting forth their claims
facilities, the undersigned tender their services, virtue of the powers in me vested,'as Mayor-of to the patronage of the invalid, as well as the
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur- the City of Apalachicola, I hereby oftfr a reward man of health -and pleasure. We will therefore
chase and sale of all kinds of Produce, and For- of TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS only invite the attention of the reader to the fol-
eign and Domestic Goods. for the apprehension and conviction of the person lowing letter from Doct. J.J Boswell, of Colum-
Their business will be conducted upon estab- or persons committing the act; and it is further bus,
lished priticiples, and with a view to prompt re- enjoined and required of all Officers and good COLUMBUS, March 23d, 1844,
turns for all sales effected, and answers to all citizens, to use diligence'in detecting the offenders. Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodating
orders with which they may be favored. Given under my hand, in the City of Apalachi- and courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of
Bills of'Exchange drawn against shipments of cola, this 20thn day of Jtrne, A.D. 1844. Merriwether county-It is dte the public who
Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on je22 It DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor. may wish to leave their own homes and fireside
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special during the sickly season, to seek a place where
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of An Orniinance duringftheesickly seasonetohs ek an pte where
responsibility of drawers. Providing for the arrest of offenders, &c. they can enjoy health, and all the cortforts of
FO LEoDsOI&CSection 1. B it ordained by the Mayor and cultivated and refined society, to point them to
FOWLE, D e aOIN & Cs., Council of the City of Apalachicola, That in all the Warm Springs. In its Topographical situa-
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street, cases, upon complaintibeing made of the violation Lion, it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering
Cnp-PARTNERSHIP t NOTICE.-THOS. M.' of any ordinance of said city to the Mayor, he place in the United States. The Medicinal vir-
DOYL, of the late firm of "DOYLE & shall hav l powere and authority to o issue his co of its Waters from the Chemical analysis sub-
BUTMAN,", Triangle Buildings, New Orleans, warrant directed to the Marshal of said city, com- mitted to the public by the States Geologist, has
BUTAN" ringe ut~ng, ewOreasmanding him .to arrest the person or pea'sons corn-mT .....l Jl "t~ewlglt a
has this day associated with him in business, Mr. a ig h arres te p ers or" pe.. ons t" aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu-
HNYpaianed against, and detain him, her orthem unti atism; Bronchitis;. Laynits; Hiet.s Diar-
HENRY BID WELL, and will continue the otherwise ordered by the Mayor....
Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commission Busi- Sec. 2 Be it further ordained, That in all cases rher; Dysentary; Dispepsy, and all diseases of the
e ness, at the' old stand, under the name and firm when judgment may be rendered in the Mayors- skin and Kidneys.
,of "DOYL & BIDWELL." Court against any person for a violation of any of In addressing this note to you sir, I have only
of DOiL.E rBIDWELT. "I tie ordinances of said city, the Judge of said complied with the earnest solicitations of some
]: THOS. ~~M. DOYLE, ourdinancesmof sac prid no adugeta
HENRY BIDWELL. i urt may remit su c p o said Judgment as kind friends who have been either radficallv cured
in his opinion may be proper, when its appearing or greatly benefited by the curative of the Waters
New Orleans, July 1st, 1844. jy6 im that such offence was committed under mittigating of the Warm Springs
cireunstances.orns
NTOTICE.-The co-partnership heretofore ex- passed by Council 30th May, 1844. I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consi-
I1isting in this place between the subscribers, DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor. deration your obedient servant,

under th firm of MOORE & McKFNZIE, is this 3. J.J. BOSWELL.
day dissolved by mutual consent. An Ordinance To Col. S. R. Bonner.
JOHN M. MOuRE, To raise a Fund for the City Hospital. Warm Springs, Merriwether Co, Ga., April 24.
e xrrr rT T A A 1\f,.rVw''7T,-/ Section 1. Be it Ordained by the .Mayor and ......


January 25th, 1844. jan29 tf
Rates of Whartage,
rTHE following are the Rates of Wharfage omr
_. all Cotton, Merchandise, &c. land'edor ship-f'
pod from the Wharf at this Port:
On Cotton, per bale, landed,... -.6;j cents.
On shipped.....-.-6j. |
On Goods per barrel, landed, (esti- .
mating five cubic feet or -20) lbs.
nett, equal to a barrel',)..-.....3 ,
On Goods, per barrel, shipped.-...3 'r
Salt, per sack, landed........3 /
+ shipped.... ......3 ?
Wood, per cord.-............... 25/ .
Lumber, per feet.- .....,, ,
Bricks, per M.............
Shingles, per M..... ...... .
Sacks -of mealy corn,- oats,.'
other merchandise, contair ,,
not more than three bush" ,
All lumber, salt or mercy JeShippedo-
hoard vessels or stoeam-boat other vessels,,
steamboats or nrThe whar'f, Will be
stemoas erratv ng r ^ -1
charged one wharlage on merchandise land-.
Wharfage on cu tton, or -e and. en i'.-
-d to b e ,.d -t.,, m, e e ; a n d w h e n S h lP ,+
ed, to epa bvthe cb hill o adding .
ped by the part tainRandise nor enumerated.
All goods' and. mt i corresponding rates.
a! ,e will be char. steamboat., lying at the
""selsll. ,"-tevr ng disc',-ing cargo,:
Wharf', and not fo% 'he Oste of th berth the
w ill he required J, t. n th
su Of two dol." and filthy 'cents per day, and too
gi y ofa to t'landng or discharging.
g ive v, a to. ter ""
Theto ,l A,,Article of Mhe Regulations of theb
/he, Willlbe,
The a"f.. chamber of Cornmerce. will be
A palachiO_.o1
I,,.oll to :-
strictlyad),
,.,-..e"of cotton shall be allowed three
,d fair cotton to remain on the wharf, and'
d', s" two dayIs, without incurring extra
pure '- If after notification by the wharfinger,
.,',-'ow it to remain a longer time, they shall,
t V he. t r t.
1- in extra wharftage ofl icentsper bale for
llel twenty-four houts that it remains thereaf-
e Wocd and lurrber shall not be allowed to,
nain more than twenty-four hours without in..
.rinnig an extra \vharf:ie fcri twenty-four hoursi,
1,ereni'ter."
All bills will be presented monthly for collec-'
imun. NOURS-E &. STONE.
A. ,lei'h'...la. Pe... 4. lI4:;. tU
-i. I K ( HAIRS! -R-ceived per ship
, i/:,rirna -- : .... .
10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chair$, :.
3 ,, curled .'i
/ 2 Boston Rocking Chairs, ,
S 1 Mahogany /'I
Als,--Sofas, Sideboards, Beaureaus, Tables,
Ifd'teads, VWa-hstands, Curled Hair Mattrasses,
Te:,thers, &c., all of which will be sold low for
ash, by PETER HOBART.
Smatchb ).. '


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INSURANCE AGENCIES.
*HE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIP
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office, ANo. 57 Wall Street, JV. F.
isire 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 Properly,
AGAINST tiSs OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, President:.
. W. ,MARTIN, Secretary.
S DIfECTORS. '-
SMYTH ROGERS, ROB'T McCOSKRY,'
iMESBtRYAR, HENRY PARISH,
. MES McBRIDE, -i3 EUBEN WITHERS,-
)ON ADAMS, WILLIAM SCOTT,
)HN HAGGERTY, F. SUYDAM
SC. VE1 PLANCK, PETER I. NEVIUS,
QHN JOHNSTON, RICHARD IRVIN,
S. KEE.NOCHIAN, C. V. S. ROOSEVELT,,
CHN -I. PALMER, E. D. IHURLBUT,
. LORILLARD GEO. P. POLLEN,.
AAES McCALL, WM. COLGATE,
LQLWETL HOLBBROOK.
The undersigned have 'been appointed agents
F tie above Compahy, antd are empowered to iM-
ie policies of insurance against loss or damage*
y fir, on asfavorable terms as other good office.
iNOUR'S & STONE,
Apdachicola, March 23,1844, 46 Waterst.
FHI -ETNA INSURA.NCt COMPANY or"
Heatford, Conn.-The undersigned agent f-r.'
ne said'Company, is prepared to issue policies6if
insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on
rivers, on favorable terms, The ca;atl of the
hove company is large and invested in (he sales .
possible IT3rinnr, i/.l its s'ettlemernt of losses hag
Ways been, prompt and liberal,
S- : A N'L J. DAY, Agent. ,
Apalacbicrcla, Ai',:.1 8, 1844. -,
"rHF sibcriier, .,-i'r.t Irr flV, F F[IO'IEC TION
INS'IR.ANCE C(jMPAN-',, cl Harrfc.d,
Conn., vith full pcwver to re'ein.e poip,,sis arnd
o issue poili(ies on as t1i. irabie sterns as other'
,ood offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
amage by Fire, and also to take Mai-in, and&In-
and risks. The reputation of this co.r-f.,ny for'
ettling losses with' promptitude and ibterdityv is,'
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,L.
Apalachicola, April 8, 18S-4.
Wm. Sydney Girecn, ITI. D.
DR. GREEi ,taKes this opporinitty of expres-
D sing his gratitude to lit, patrons; ano to assure
herni that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-.
der himrnself more useful in Lis profession.
Office on Centre, near Water shtieer, dec26'


L. IW. Sprsatfl
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
W ILL for the future re-ie in this city. All!
who have committed legal butaness to his
care while a resident of Quiey, will please ad-.
dress him at this jiace. He will coninie a regi-
tar attendance upon the courts of Jackscn and
Gadsdens courtRies, and the Court of Appeals at
Tallahassee.
Office. over W. A Wood's, No. 23 Water street..
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844.
James F. Farrilor,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,.
Apalachicola, Fl-a. :
May always be found at the office of Farrior &
Co. No. 44 Water st. He would respectfully so-
licit the patrtnage of his Ire aids and acquain.-,
toaces. dec25
Ligon & Owens, A,
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,,
A-Ibeville and TIror,41'a. .-
W TILL practice in the County and Circuit
S Courts of thecounties ofMontgon ery, Pike,.
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbolmr, composing the"
eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama.
WOODSON L. LIGON,
Abbevillte, Henry co., Ala.
SHASTINGS E. OWENS,
Troy, Pike po., Ala..
-BRefers to-
Col. A McAllister, )
~Henry co, Ala
Gen. A.J McAllister, He ,A- "
Maj. Jefferson Buford, Eufaula, Ala.)
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Mbntgomery, Ala..,
Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga.
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\TOLUNIE II.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1844. [NUMBER 33. : $ : .

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I, .r CARDS. .rc'r: A11'.' l.E: : T1[. pulati.m and commerce; and whereas, it is! mdisueniably erected at Mosquito Inlet, Cape Cannaveral ; and .
iOTlj i : TJhC vffrISEil I II !f ; necessary for the convenience of the nu- the repairing of the ono on Key Biscayne, at Cape

: -- ------- t F). 1;' .,'f"i'.. "rI 'oJ.\ .: m.T jus settlers, that a road should be opened Florida. ,
'PCJLt.'.I :J liVS IV SATUItJII : \r Win. G. Porier> & C;o.IJEA1EitS i \ J oJ i teuhag: from the St. John's:: river; opposite to PaLi' Be it further resolved, That a copy of the fore- a

YR. :: IX GOaD: Av,) COMMISSION ADOPTED BY THE LrIsL.\.rJV CO'JrcAT IT3: t .\. DJ.MINCJE & J. L. \vrMAN.e MERCHANTS.No. LAST sessu> -13 11. (it being the nearest route,) to the Cityof and forwarded to the Honorable David

----- -!Water Street: St. Augustine; combining the advantages of a Levy, by him to be laid before Congress -
third story BiltAell's iljilJin i, corner of noU5 ly Fta.COMMISSION Preamble and Resol :jOts of direct '
'Ipiladricola, road for transportation; and the coriveince a Approved 28th February, 1944; !
Co n.n.:rca & Che,tnutJtrcv'ts, WHEREAS the geographical! l position: of the mall. r
-- :tIc K."ty &; : river Chuctawhatchie and As susceptibility of t
MERCHANTS Be it therefore Resolved by the Governor and Preamble and Resolutions.J
AT TII inn HOLM ts::: PSI: ANNUM, : ; improvement as a commercial chan'lei, to and Legislasive! Council of the Territory of FlorId; j Whereas, There are several public lots in thw. : ;

p\rvnh : iv AUVIVCE. No. -10 Watir street:: from several of the counties! Alalurna aid: o'lnr; That our Delegate: in Congress, be,- llld he i is f-cre- I I city of Pensacola, in the county of Escambia, believed r t i}

\j 1 j- 'rt:,ia n' its of te Iii i-s or l I.-HS (twenty lines -nvvl--- Aiulachicola, FloridiEREt1LAti -----.--- ida, coatigious to its shore: ?, justitv a call or. Congress by requested to use his best exertions, to obtain:, i I not to be reserved for any particular public si ,'

jIIT, ; 11 .iri.iirtioi,) .*o.iitnjJOJsly inserted: .' DAY. DA.VIE:. J. D.\f.' for the requisite appropriation.; Issuing appropriation of tel: thousand dollars! for tHe purposes, and whereas, the sixteenth sections '. j-?
:ill I i-- foil i.vnrites : J. Day & () :>., from the values Central Alibima, and augmented opening: of said road. which by law, are reserved for school purposes... 11 ,

i., -ir.. ... :"U OJ > Oieno.ith: .. $: 5)) COMMISSION: M E HC II ANTS, by the tides of nil ner-u ? tribrie.*,- it e.iters le it further Resovled, That as soon as tins nave not been located, and owing to the existence \1f .*..IiHi
> fir I: '" n it.i+,. ... > OJ I J t TAV weks, .. .1 .")J jan31y A-.} tl tdiicola, Fli.W. cou-ity, with a depth and vouiinc: of wafer such the proper officer; certified copy: of the same, I it ii doubtful whether they can be laid off, and "t' ;

f'vj u > tis. ...1 OJ i i O.ie risertion.. ..il OJ A. d: J.. C. 3iiln: cient for lie purposes of ste'irnbnl navigation.But. ) Ue forthwith forwarded to our Delegate in Con: ?-eT if so are entirely valulest! and utterly inad- f'! \\-f<: )
render it nermannt'tlv useinl ri tiiis respect t.
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y.i i t-l.1 irHi: 1L its are :i..ut without any soec.u -, COMIII.: .S S I 0 N Mt: : ., '211ANTS, from gress.- e.uat| ? to carry out the betiificent! object intended J 'i
lir.toH astotiaiunber: : of insertions No. 4 Colu'nl"! u.jj'i.Apih.cli I some aid is requisite the hands of man, [Approved 23d February IS** ;. | :>> Co"..ire3sot imparting instruction to the youth
the :
and the skill of theen-jinper only obstruction:
will vlerstonjth.it to ; of
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r irel 1 t. it a taw are our Territory.
b-' 11 i 'l... e.l u __ rn. Foauin'; they will there. advances : '"..l- i to tile navigation of the fiver; b.-in; created b\ Preamble and Resolution.-:. I D? it therefore resolved by the Governor and
Liberal mad. J tVn to
f,. f .., iti( I'Jel i .it 'rirdiscretin, and charged Lverpool, New Yurk: ana :.joton:; i.id shipped ilo in I II fallen! trees. No scienfifice survey has yet ascertained I WHEREAS, The inhabitant of C--lucibit i and ". Leg-slaiv: !. Council of the Territory of Florida 1
this
urm"lJnI1:12 obstruction. It
a'v i is Ii 14 t') tiie! furj.ri-i: ; rate?. I I Iv the cost of > : :: Hamilton! counties, Florida: and aJi: c-ut cDr.i'ti.-a: That: cur Dd.: at ? in Congre exert himself to
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st>re.
L. ; i \J' rtijvnj i its of TUI: =::1 the term of pub-} i is! nevertheless known and admitted be inconsi of Georgia,living on the Suwann' --via >! ..!'Hj oS | obtain! :roTi: v.'o: trressa donation to the free school i

{. iti 'ii is i IS't I :hv li.v, will y.ily: be exc;pt ted D. B. \ViJod; C '! 'f derable. The utility still however of the proposed Rivers, are entirely without the Ct.j ie' :>rct:: ot a !j 11 M tie city of Pe.sacola:: : the public lot in said
fr nh above rule. COMMISSION: MEit: J' n. T >. imporvementjiq L'S-" a subject speculation, mail route And whereas, the nearest PC :; U.lc: ;>- city "('? nrer.ded l tot other purposes. !I
To 11 t's. v I.' ilwrtisj by t\e year a lib nl disc No. 2:1V.ler strr-i. than its probable cost. Pasin gthrough: a region to them id Alligator, (Columbia C;,urt :is: > j it w.ll 'ra IlL J ; bit ill aiverttscm&itj: not j jail: Aah :.i .' I.-.. ;.-' i. :abounding in the element of agricultural and distance varying from twenty to tit-*:: :r.. vs : And preamble! and! resolcfion: properly certified, be .

sf t 'l ly i.Ttiiuii to t.ieir own bni.iei;, as -- -,- commercial wealth, nothing is wanting to arouse whereas, a mail route from Allig ittf- \, ijinunt's forwarded to cur Delegate in Congress as early irpracticable.
.\' .1 i ii 111 t':1\\ d.i?:.n .'\tilt in by them, harper do: 1I.3L1Cs into efficient and profitable action the latent energies Ferry and Ho an'i Bridge, Floridto Cert-evil- .

v ii '.' nr.il 1 it tlC; un.1 rates. COM.1I.ION I M E it C U A .: T, of the enterprising planter of its vicinity ; lave( Georgia, a distance of not !".( re i..au: one [Approved 6th March, 1844. 3li
Iii u ij n.! it ; of t-iJt.ldtdt; for 0 lice, will No. ;51 Water street, to invite and commence: emigration: to secure a hundred miles, would allied the desird facility, -

i 3"1; Fir: PII.T.VUS d'Irintie! canvass! jan2J: A Ialacilicol.li.Fla.. rapid sale of ;public lands, and to quadruple: the to numerous inhabitants of Fl ndi and Georgia, Preamble and Resolutions.Whereas i

i .- Il' 11ill :'r'.'.. in: advance.p value of private estates ; h-it a cneip; and regular and the cost would be trilling, compared with the The Southern part of Columbia ... .
L;; 1.0 :) 111': ttI II)1s. rwhsi 'l1ni'3i'lle: ,) .of a I I David G. HUinuy, communication with! a market "n the sea coast. advantages to the aforesaid inhabitants.: county has become thickly settled, and is still increasing yF+
rHl ti .r i 111"1.11 tl iat'r'. or p'itfs: of newi I COMMISBIuN: FO11WAU DING MERCHANT And it is wrthy of co iari! ';r .n, th'it the improvement Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and in population: and Whereas, the said inhabitants .-
AND 1) .\LElt IN GOODS
I i t; \h' H, 'ils l: xc., will be charged i'jr ash No. 43 Water street. : here co'tQ.r,1'ated) derives no small Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, are entirely without the convenience of ,
a rtn n.!.its. at oar .hs::r tion. )an2J!) tin Apalachicola Fla. strength;;: from the !IQ..t. tiat: the point of comrriu'iiication That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is here a mail route, or Post Office, the nearest Post Office -
i : With the'; > cpast: will be the town of by request to use his best exertions to have the b.'tug Newnansville Alachiia county distance

(}- The! llovi.ii; ;e d .utn are .1r aifihorifd B. Ellison & Co., Permcola, which would+I it all rimes receive: from said :Mail I route established.! varying from twenty to thirty miles, and the river .

/ i;-'1t oi ; .t*r1 I taps are e n.M verel ti rCLciptt OE \LI- ItS IN MISCELLANEOUS:; : GOODS, that; part of AUIwn.: and i'T'riada, besides valuu- Be it further resolved That copies of the foregoing Santa Fee running between said'citizens and

.,! r ic .u,' n".! it .>f a iy ;.! ,;rijjiu.s, alvert.istma -. A\DCU11MISSIUV. :; MEHCIIANTS, ble shipments in cotton, important: supplies in preamble and Resolution, duly authenticated the Post Office, and whereat, the establishment I Iof
'itor tit ler ,H'ilti'l ,, ti b. for-.virJeJ to us:- deal No. ; 3 Water street A.uUchicola, Fla. lumber and jrovisio is, a cheap and safe route for be forwarded: to our Delegate in Congress ; a mail route from Alligator to Black Creek, a

U. \iosonv, :Mirii.na. : 1': t. ly the transportation, of the mail and in time of war, the Pot: Master General, and the Speaker of the distance of more than fifty miles, will afford the
J. v '5v\uz,
J .\.,. 1 P :NV, "t. J.I;l' 1:1.: /la. A Butt, of the town and arse.ial. The State uf Ala- I United States. Be it resolved by the Governor and Lcgishtire '

N'ti t c.;'\, i;MAMj s'i-Yrry, l FUA. (FACTORS & COMMISSIONMERCHANTS. rumj, already! impressed with tile importance of [Approved 23d February, IS t t.. Council of the Territory cf Florida, That our

.>. ;.t.rvw.)1), Albnv; 9tterCo.! Ga this schemehas appropriated a considerate amount Delegate in Congress be;and he is hereby request.

......_ .raw II-_"__- .- ----- No. :2 Col'imbus iflock, to the clearing out of the river to the Florida line, Preamble and Resolutions. ed to use his best exertions to get established '

CARDS.I Apaluclncola, Fla. and it only remains for an appropriation ot a few Whereas, there are several public lots in the mail route, from Alligator DuHusty Cfeek. and l
3Lib 'r-l! advances: m iJem l'oton hlllped thousand dollars to Complete a work which has
city of St. Augustine:: not required for military by New River to Black Creek, and back once *
- --- -.- -. --. -. to New You Liverpool i iluvrj. tl25tjin
- -- or for its accomplishments no I'iO.isiderable+ advantage -
--- -- -- purposes ; And whereas, the sixteenth sections, week on horse back.
IN Uil.C. :\. M.'LEVXSCoLy.Ml.lNAic.xc.; ( KiJllkil'ouh 4; I&hlgu', to the people: of /!, -idi nd Alabama: And which by law have been reserved for school purposes Be it further resolved, That copies of the fore.-

A. I' ) \" f' 1,. 1' I ..; .o: .\1 IN'l'S.: M.MlSSIU.N AND FIWA1tDlNG whereas, Holmes river, a tributary ot the Chnctawhatchie ; are entirely valuless, and utterly inadequate going preamble and resolution be duly authentic h

-, -.;-- -"- .\ : "1 .h "'u? -: 1 :?) 1lEi CUXNTS.ApalaChicola: river, having its source: in the State of to carry out the beniiicent object intended by sated and transmitted to our Delegate in Congress
... ..::. .:.!.j .:;... :!1.) J : Florida.WM. Alabama and passing through the fertile counties Congress of imparting instruction to the youths of and to the Post Master General of the
.\'.). 1 nt3: "n'ltu; \' 4jt O] Pine street. it. KJ\nItul1GH. of Jackson and Washington, and having no other our Territory.Be United Stat'w. l

NEW YJRK, JjHV T. 1DGW.\.Y. j( obstructions to its navigation: as high up laid riv it therefore resolved, by the Governor and I [Approved 6th March-1344.-

':.LAVnKi: K1M5ALL, Proprietor. Liberal advances made en Cotton consigned to er as Roach's BlftlF the county seat Washing Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, -

i our irie.iils: in New York, Huston, Liverpool or ton, but fallen trees may; at little expense; be That our Delegate in Congress be requsted to use Preamble and Resolutions' ask g of Congress! ao t
Jis. L. Francis, Havre. decl Iv easily rendered accessablc to the point above mentioned his best exertions to obtain from Congress a dona Appropriation for clearing out the obstructions .
MERCU: VNT TAILOR I & CLOTHIER fur flat b'ottomcdoats! with heavy ton- in the Suwanee River, &c. .It

.\'). J'Ji Ito'ctri'tear. Hioingloift.novl. 'I'\ II. & c1* .Austin, nage. Augustine Whereas, The increasing trade and growing
NE\F YJR1i lyAaJro.v COMMISSION: MERCHANTS Be it therefore Resolved by the Governor and required for military purposes.Be population of the counties bordering the bmvanee:

r No J') Wai;r street, Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, it further resolved, That a copy of the above river, make the free navigation of said river at
S.C a i) :'ics A Ml-lchj'ola. That our Delegate in Cnngrp be. and he i is here preamble and resolutions certified, be all
; properly seasons, a matter of vital import tn' he citizens --
I CM\II :; :SIJv .'Ih:1ttlIAN'T, Liberal advmces: made on Cotton shipped to by requested to use his best exertions to procure forwarded to-our Delegate hi Congress with as of the adjacent And
: ." t. New Yor! :irid appropriation ot twenty thousand dollars, for country : w eas, by
NJ. ) Oauu, cor. To.io-ijiuojlas; : > < nova ly ; } little delay as possible. reason of obstructions in said river th
'Vi,v orl l'H. Li. rile clearing out of the rivers Choctawhatchie arid 21th ISM. ivigatiot
[Approved February, to the
Tht s. L. nitch l, Hems. up Georgia line, is much impede, to the
R "f rj ; ,-\ld..r Ur.or x ;Inline, -
: of the
C0 MMI: : 1 S .S 1 > X; &. FtItIVARJI :N G lie great injury citizens residing in the vicin-
j.l .jt'v! .\.I' -' 'c' '1, Fh.l it further resoved, That ;!! copy of the fore- Preamble and Resolutions. ty of said river: And whereas, Congress did
.MMitCiIA..T. appropriate i
:Gin ureamble anti these resolutions
; properly
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Whereas, The Counties of Hillsboro and Her- fifteen thousand dollars, for the
S .' I' ',.:'rc ,rr, V.T i IIVAxr.. No. 'i'i Water st. A.Kaicncoli.dr7 'uthenti-ated! bf transmitted to the HonorableDavid removal --
: &11 .... ... .. : nando, have increased greatly in population, and of said obstructions, which was pevented'r $
i.t Ii 'i.,4. -,. <; t1 l Lew Delegate in Congress from our Ter.
.t ,
; whereas, the establishment of a mail route from from being executed by the breaking out and-
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it i T.I[ V; v: ) tl1'-t i\ -I l.li \l\ *. > 7 I ritory. Pilatka via Fort Warm !
l'y"e 'c i :1L.ler Micanopy, King, Springs, continuance of the Seminole war, in
consequence
,
II.. 2 ; XL.--:- : I' t.') i 1 1;. A... ..io'...I\. .l'.. ';:-- i.. .. I. ,..,;-., -) "r. 'L'II:.""-.''''} ''-!' .''1 t..vl" 0.\\ '.'f":*' [Approved, l-5th February, 181.1. Fort Pentiful! Hernando Court House, Fort of which, said appropriation has reverted back: to- ;

I .I.I"J f'vt, Brook at Tampa Bay, would afford many facilitiesto the national: treasury.Be .
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... j ,:.:r.:; Aj. uuciiicola I FJ'-i. Preamble: and Re"luf inns. numerous citizens in those sections of country ; it therefore resolved by the Governor and-
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.1. V d : I < : :; WHEREAS, thtd.rect road from Tam-
i leading: and whereas, the nearest Post Office to the set-
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida- 1
C ; \1 :.1 ; ) it.: ?, .-' : i -.. :; : 'I I Std: ilcl4chiffc..'. :,a Bay to Palitka ridntnce: : of about one hundred tlers at either of those places, is at Tampa Bay, That our Delegate in Congress bte requested to
:, .. 1 15 vJ<.'nai-'''ce "'ftct, I WHOLESLE: .>; JtEiAlL GilOCER, a-id. fifty; miles, ever which tne mail must evvntusilly a distance'ar'ing from twenty to one hundred use his best endeavors to
a reappropria-
:; Utira'ts, La. ncvl IvUcrlram No. 4i! tVaterstreet. the procure >
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-..- -.- --.. taiil, Ap.ilachicola FU.W. I pass, being oily; direct route through; and twenty miles, a matter of great inconvenience. tion of said sum, for the clearing out the obstructions : ''
that section of and"well
country :: adapted to facilitate /
'i'."un Olf4t in said river, and that a copy of this resolution
' A. Wood a communication fiom Tampa Bay, with Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and be forwarded him the of the
C 0 M to by Secretary
.\11 I S S [ O N M F1t C'll.t.N1 Charleston Savannah and i
other
ivers nothern
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COMMISSION, KOUWAROI.s. MERCHANT, Legislative! Council of the Territory of Florida, Senate, immediately after its passage, to be laid
No. :"i4>> Commontreet.
NEW C3LEANS. novl AND SHIP CHANDLER, ports, is, at times, rendered impassable, in consequence That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is here before Congress as soon as possible.

I -=-------_ ly No. Water street, of the decayed state of bridges over the by requested, to use his best efforts to procure the [Approved 9th March, 1844.
BLUEST RED"-TR1A ..LE BUILDINGS. ApalaciucoU. novlly small creeks on said road.: establishment of a mail route from Pilatka in St. -
Be it therefore Resolved by tae Governor and] John's county, via, Micanopy, Fort King Warm Preamble and Resolutions relative to public land,
Do'le A:: Uidxvcll, Moore & Iflcltcuzic, Legislative: Council of the Territory of Florida, Springs, Fort Plentiful, Hernando Court House, Whereas, The public lands, now surveyed and
SUiP CB\ ULEH. A: .JROCERS. COMMISSION: MERCHANTS That the Honorable David Levy, oar Delegate, bere'll1E.tf'd Fort Brook at Tampa Bay. unsold, in the Territory of Florida, stood for

Oi.1 :.L. .j (i.llnlt'r -t, I'unerof Front Levee, No. 32 Water street, to use his best endeavors, to obtain from Be it further resolved, That a copy of the foregoing years, subject to entry: and whereas, in such
aid at N': ) :J oJ" :h"/ street! Apaiaciucola. Congress an appropriation of ten thousand dollars preamble and resolutions be duly authen. surveyed lands, all of the first quality have beer
:-J. 0!U.I: \ -\. JOHN 11. :\IOORr.1. ) for the repair of said road. ticated and forwarded to the Hon. David Levy, entered, there remaining consequently only those r ,

'fc' Wl T>M"** \'/? A. McKe.vziE, 5 ncrvl ly Be it further Res lIved, That as !soon' aa\he foregoing our Delegate in Congress; also to the Dust Master: of an inferior quality : And whereas, it will be rt
*f )H..E'tEX:) AIL DEALER preamble) and resolutions shall! have been General. productive of an increase of population, ar.d add t

: i i Pain., Oil, Varrm'xs: Purjie'itine andWnlivGli Farrior & Co. passed, and signed: by the proper o.l ccr.*, a -:erti- [Approved 2Sth February: 18-M. much to t' fcc. Will k 'el' mtvtly: on COMMISSION: ANDOU WARD 1 ING litd CII"+"- of the : tote he forthwifu forwarded to class of our citizens to have the price of such'
'..ml a';:oI i viorfnentf' t ..t.! a,!> Iv'. is f'JlloW. \\',: )1FtCJtT ;, our Delegate} in C,..igress. Preamble and Resolutions. lands reduced, thereby enabling them to obti
.{: r.. L':1!..-tair E trl. Noy.: tM'\ -2 ; No. -J4 Wafer-street, [ \pj.mv.JJ'Jil i'ebrh.ry,1S14. Whereas, The growing commerce of the town permanent homes, removed beyond the ann'e

Ur att.- ltl 1 1 I He r.' ,.1. -Jr.-! ; V--nHiai le 1 ; nn\1';) ly nh'hicol.i.", Fh. of Jacksonville, in Duval County in the Territoryof of speculators, who are daily depriving this claw

V-U-.V nl Jvv.i ):.vei>; Ivorv iJUok; S. B. il;l .niit.nt 'i' ; hlt'I! ;.. East Florida, and the increasing trade of the of our citizens, of the proceeds of their hard labor L
C T. ue '.rexM ij .; ivmiii ','.' ... r.cl h 'tween the
; DEALER IN it. AJY M \ii JL JT if3G. : : extensive country bordering the rive St. John's, and thereby subjecting them an :S i u.h t 1 1 ::r.th tlr.w'i; Hlae made ; No. 17 Water .street! 11'1 .:i J: : -. t'1 i.-'i: :iid: I l'i Citv ofla m said Territory, call loudly for the establishmentof to gnat want, and believing that it will also

t ir". alt, V.n vVjltLilii r ; dccl .iytic'u'M'tfl >Y.z. !t.,\ .- >"i tll ,, ,-j r.-.ifiv;. i.r:. eikc' '1- :ilea trees n Marine Hospital, as a place of refuge to our add much to the public revenue.
.r I ,' I :ii ,.\n t.Jr.LI1e t1J ; of ly I 3'.ir"-c-:, '_'i; d. :.l TII.' ;iJ -*.' i: \U-.Y.J us G-t'.n unfortunate seamen, who, from disability or disease -' Be it therefor resolved by the Governor and ,I' ,
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PI r.: .;')14)i il i-Jtt; : tri id artl: Cnb-tlt: ; N. filler &: Ca. -- I "..'.-.-to.. : ,.", .j; i vv 'l :. i C1\ ;;.. ("ii river runs, require the fostering care of the General Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida '

v LA an.l Cnriioj do; DEALERS IN CLOTHING, HO J. TSIOi-.,. I. i ,'] .:JjM: ;i'i.: r.j.ul: : Government : And whereas the healthy and convenient That our Delegate in Congress be requested to
Ir 1,1, do. ill A itweri ,ie; Indian Red ; HATS: ic. ') d ie it -- -reore: '\->. :I-.f': ::" th" Governor and location of the town of Jacksonville. to- lay the matter in its proper light before that body, I

Chi laic V !r 11\\1101\\ ; F..clislt'do ; Water and ,Cheviot street Legislative CjJi.cii; t'.. i'errt"n! 01 Florid i, gether with the many other advantages it pos- and press upon them the necessity of a reduction
Corner ,-
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V" ,'h':\e Brr.vi; TurketUnibre'; ifovl ty That our A>ie.atf in v 'i' r .h ore,jutste.l: : touji ges eS'; recommends itself, as a suitable place for of the price of a11 public lands in thisTerritory .
Terr: de >'i-n'; P'irple ) nvn ; York do; Apal-ichir.oti. his best exertions ;procure a'i ap; ;rurtation ol' the establishment of a Marine Hospital.Be which have been offered for sale.Approved .

Cri-m Mirtis: ; :Mineral Grvn- II K. Wowd, twentyfivehundred: dollars for the clearing out of it therefore resolved by the Governor and [ 9th March 1844. J 'l

Ensraldil( 1 P.lri.r, &. *.. t4c. NOTAR PUBLIC, trees and other: ob rnctions 'ft s-ad: river.- Legislative;!; Council of the Territory of Florida, fj
OILS sc. MR J ;.IF ;-Li s need Oil boiled Be it nLhe: above he is here- _
Do. ; No. :31 Water-ftreet turner l !i'lnt acn;) That our Delegate in Congress be> and Resolutions requesting our Delegate in Congressfo 1 t
'brlt: Tur'e1ti'te ; S term Oil ;. marl) ly Apalachicola, Fh. preamble and resolutions! {b1 1 sig led by the proper by earnestly reqtfcsfted to use his best endeavorsto procure certain benefits and appropriationsfor .
Pu it 'Hr-is I tos fr'"-n N.'I. 1 to 6,'Jvr,>00; officer: of bvth House, a-.df !tn.i; : ,'iiitted to the procure from Congress, a suitable appropriationfor Dade County.Be ;

Varnish! d '. of all >izes; P. Ilob'rf, !Honorable David Levy, our ielegiteii! Congress.Approved the purpose of erecting a Marine! Hi.r>ital in it resolved} by the Senate and HoUse of Representatives fi
H'I fioli\ Wn Xo. 1 to Si ; Rid!* Hair; MAXUFVCTUIlKll I l IJ i HE \ "'JR. INCABINKI' [ lM: February, 1814.n .- the town of Jacksonville, Duval county, in the of the Territory of Florida, That
\rti..t-' Si'tie i t ilheri:1tt' and nvinBri -. FU.'tXirUIlK: Eastern District of Florida.Be the petition of our fellow-cittizens, in the county .,

'" .J.1 d '; I'.hn 1_>rs: of -ill sizos; Up Salrs: No. 42, Water Street, .rol'Jtioiiir.e \' it further resolved, That a copy of the fore- of Dade, b*! forwarded by oiir Secretary, forth ,'

tile l i Ctjiol Uur l I P<.:icily\ land:! 1 fin long d>cllly Apalachicola. it Resolved by cnn if 'vern r and: Legislative; coin; preamble and Resolution be certified by with, to our Delegate in Congress, the Honorable
Stock: and K 11;')'nine, Brushes; and foi warded to the lIon. his earliest attention to
:Michael .\. !11yers. Council of Teri't-'iy ul'i'lorida: 'I hat the Secreattry t the proper officers David Levy, requesting
Mirkin; Brusie! *. rot; 1,1 and flat ; David Delegate from f"l rida.Appro'ed (desiring him to use his best exertions "
the same
of the I-, md 1 ha is hereby required Levy, t'
STibin! ail I '5'ioj;' Brushes .AUCTION ANTt> C:) ,t .1I IIO) MERCHANT, Territory, .
; No. '1':: ;.tter street, : ail:111 is tn-idf;: hiduty: to cud to be furnished [ 2::ln i-cbru.:rvj: ,19.1.1.Preamble to procure for them a Post Office, and Port of
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S''tk -r<, Mi'io': inv, Stiined and Patent doW at th,*ir site.
different Entry county
Sue Days-We.n .- -' -. and ; ATURD\YS." each of the Clerks of the counties -
'rt.r.vas'l and M');, do; tvs ) Be it further resolved, That the HonorabU -"
in of the
the census returns
-- ot>c ,
-- Territory, copy
i and ileht'r r
) i ti F and Shavionr : s.
i i'icv hr'ishes .
ClrtV; ; II. '.. V;)'*.I, no'i i in hisollice: ; and I that as nlanycopies of Whereas; The coast r.idaits of Florida :areas David Levy, our Delegate in Congress, be requested
1;' ail I Uiirdn : Gr.Ue and Horse i do; \AUCTIONEER! AND I ':;:.).,I''.IS'i: OGE: T, said census! returnsis may remain in his: office, lane through< XVIUTIeisels from all in like manner, to use his best exertionst ,.:
J' i l'r ,'cirer Dusters: a long
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No. 31 li/..1td.II'rlct.marl after ont has been "furnished each of the : n.cure a suitable appropriation to assist our
coy| of the '' : ,; a'1d.
V.\'l'Ji-'IE-( globe are o'lt4ni.illy: passinj
-o.jal, white quarters \
Coach do
; : ritiz-'ns of Dade to
; .\oal.ichicoh Fla. Clerks as aforementioned be deposited in some of fellow in the county erect a i
ly itkrest
C And whereas {
1il.bt Polis'iin Ln.l 1 Furniture repaying: It.: i.ariine .
: !
; do .
; "r urt HMIS and Jail at their county site, on the
,
---- be the
to otsiiilicient
assigned
M utic, for Pictures, &..C.WIX appropriate place, in a room ; by our i-O'.intry: has, and is suflt: ,* for th?: want
DITA. F. PALMER.
'CW.\RD \ : Miami
Governor fur M !'is- Cap
n\v rl \, -),'JJ ) bovs assorted sizes of Scward Dili ,t Ca.AUCTION that purpose. } light I I houses : Ami whereas, 'L"y Florida.Approved 9th March, 1844.. 4
Resolved further, That the Clerks of the different ab?'doned,
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rr '-r'i, Eulish and American. cayne at Cape Florida has IK e-:. totJl.v
& CO.MMI< oN MERCHANTS: counties of the Territory be, and it is hereby thereby
Judins, -
JtJ- :MixM Paints of all c )! for since its }partial destruction! i b i the
Ors, team Boits '
Sl No. 2 ) Wit r atri t. made their duty to keep and preserve said census ot onr The editor of the Buffalonjan says he would 93'
'I" commerce
i'l
\ -p )) tg ani Plntitioi undi con-ii:;nments, returns, in thtir office( for public! use.Approved resulting injuriously, to the soon try to go to sea one a shingle, make a ladder'of
1tI?tv of articles in the Painting line, too num. antbu8 nes. entr-istel to them will be 23d ; country.Be and fog, chas a streak<< of lightning through a crabapple i
er)1.. to nvntion. jyj( ]y promptly attended to ( hebruary,1814. it therefore resolved by the Governor orchard, swim the rapids of Niagara, or set .;
Refers fo-LA.NE & READ, Boston. Legislative Council of the territory of Florida, Lake Erie on fire with Lucifer matches as to ;. :

P Lr,r AND: NAVY BREAD.-so bbls pilot "?ARY COOK, Porthnd, Me. Preamble and Resolution.WHEREAS That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is! here : think of. stopping two young people from gettingmarried 4

50 do Navy, for sale by S-C. WirimTR, Hallovvell. ,- thE settlement of Pahtka and the by requested to urge upon Congress the absolute when they take it into their heads 14* !' 1'

fcb5 \V WOOD, K Water stI Apalachicola, Aug...* 26. ly county in its: vicinity, is rapidly increasing in po- I necessity and propriety pf having Light Houses so. .

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OO11IEllC1AI1DVERTZIIZAPALACIIICOLA LETTER FROM: A HOG I IN FRANKLIN TO For the Commercial Advertiser. SLANDER AXDYY.. -- -
\ HIS FRIEND IN JACK OX MEXICO AND TEXAS.
EDUCATION No. !0.-Moneo te officii.Jlfr. Good name was dear to all. \\thout it, none The New

I i 1E11. fly Dear Shoat :-Since I left; you, I have Editor-In the last No. ripans should be Could soundly sleep, even on a iyal bed, the Orleans Courier of the ar.th; ult I h.

SATURDAY, AUSrST seen much of the world, for this Apalachy is a Or drink following translation of a paper
rixans. with relish from a cup; i gold ; President notion' tv,

i ..\"ew Cotton.-The first bale of new cotton great place, containing much fashion and elegance, Parents, remember that you stand in loco Dei And with it, on his borrowed str i, or by of Texas of the renewal of a state '

was received in this city on the -1th inst. per and they say it is the third city of the Gulf (in the place of God) towards your children till The leafless hedge, beneath the on heavens, 1 hostility between that Republic and Mexico

and will no doubt continue be unless cities The Manifest. to President Samuel UmHtonJn'far
to beggar took
so, weary utitroubleirest.
steamer Florence, from Fort Gaines. It was consigned their reason is so far matured as to render them him of the *
t" arise elsewhere. I feared, recollect, on It was a music of most heavenly tae ing rc-cummencemcnt of hostile
you may
,
Messrs. W. & Co.
to G. Porter accountable beings. With what interest and anxiety against the usurpers of Tifas.:
-. being severed from Jackson, that my misfortuneswere To which the heart leaps joyfully, ad all FIRST BRIGADE
should is ?
you theninquire-\Vhat my duty OF THE NORTH. )
MILITARY.. The danced.
to commence, but as yet I cannot exclaim If spirits For hones:: fait, men laid Head Quarters. (
you seriously ask this question, there is hope foryour
Yesterday we favoured by the appearance Their heads the bock and The Time fixed the
were with the sage of Lindenwald, my sufferings is upon tic He the axe by supreme government'
of of City Dray-goons children. Descended, looked and smiled. It the armistice concluded 1 the loth
our independant company intolerable," for I will explain shortly. I can't ws of price February of\it
of Your first duty is to govern )'ourself Alas Invaluable. Riches health present year with the commissioners
in full uniform. The high state dicipline, and I underwent repose, of Tex
much in Jacksonliving
say suffering how few do this first duty If do not this Whole kingdoms lifewere having expired, his excellency the President
you
is given fort and he
the noble of this elegant worthyof ,
corps
bearing
called to mind that
within the corporate limits of its capital, and from the 11th of the
the the rapidity and precisionwith you can do no other aright. How can you Who got it was the winner: still ; and hi month hostilities l preset
highest praise ; are re-opened
you may live to see the day and feel the truth of against the Inhab
Who sold it durst
which they performed their numerous and govern your children if you govern not yourself? not >pen his:: ear, nor lok tarts of this department, and I eotuffiunicate'you
the axiom, that corporations are always the On human face he knew himself the declaration "
How ,
complicated evolutions, the activity and strength can yon teach them that of which you know so viI. of his excellency. I a1
fri.displayed ends to our time-honored race. Last winter I ? Do Yet it, with all its pre:iousness, was due make known to you that my government has ,
nothing think will heed
the soldiers in wielding their you they your pre- se
by :: heavy heard an Alderman called'a hog, and I was grat if To virtue, and around her should have slid} with well founded indignation the [perfidy of t tt}
cepts you do not practice them ? If tell
in bosoms you inhabitants of the said
create our a just of
,
weapons feeling Unasked its territory, towards
ified to see how kindly he took the appellation, savory smell, but vice, defamed a Hep ,
pride, that our country can boast of such men. them that fruit will hurt them, will they believea Itself, and ugly and cf flavor rank lie whose generous conduct! towards (them the; I
,
and so you see we are resin There were times, misunderstood in relation II I
The company assembled at the Exchange, from word you say, if they see you eat it ? If you To rob fair Virtue of to a question in Whir
so sweet incense
however, in Jackson, at the remembrance of an they were thought to be acting with
i whence they marched up Centre street to the City which my very bristles even now rise up with tell them they must not tell lies, will they regardit And with it to anoin and salve its own They have abused the confidence of the good Tepubr:taith.

Square, thence down Live Oak street, to the horror, and "jawbus hasit Excuse if they hear you send word by your servant to Rotten ulcers, and }perfume the path that lcd by violating the conditions of the armistice res

Florida Promenade, where they went through a L squelum" mylatinity the visitor at your door, that you are not at home ? To death, strove daily by a thousand means; perting the cotnmisionesvho, according to th
but it i is good hog Latin Ah, those hungry 1th article of said should
number of exercises and reviewed by the' Nothing is more contagious than bad example'Dece And oft succeeded make Virtue sour armistice, have: repair// _
,
were lawyers, sixteen of them to fee to the city of Mexico in order to
one and then In the regulate
world's nostrH and its our di
Colonel who his in the \'e your children, and they will deceive loathly self !
,
expessed approbation: far
ferences their
those chaps from Pea River, Choctahatchee and Smellsueetlvi so as (propositions( might; be a
highest terms. They were then marched up Water you. Be passionate to them, and they will i,p : Rogue Town You remember, we used to fear ()f defamation and swift that cunviaced
so none
street to the Union Hall, where they partook passionate. Fret, and they will fret. Repro.- that the honor and d gnity of l rh' f1 !.htJo req.
annihilation, and life was one Term Conid be the first to tell evil tale. of ,
my only j just them with an ,re the chjutHeiaenl <;conduu s.: little cr.td
of a fine treat from their commander, and were because I opprobrious language, and they wll And withal 'mfamons; lies "' ble lia ordered to 'J"'uIf : i i
spared, was a fortnight too old to makea the was. so t HIP apprise "; resnm,

dismissed. roaster for the District Attorney. use same language. In short you stamp your That he why> of her ,1ying, OK his creed, ... ion, so that ,- may tc v>Aupjet-/ \11' 'II" it a

This Company has been but recently onrani/ed, My time here character and feelings on them. Let your exarr- The }(ewes .Ttr[ -red. was deemed wisest man. not through timidity or w nt r.t'h. v be-

and has passes quite pleasantly: am pIe print your precepts in Irving letters ther cause his excellency kas; aw r ,:..' ;, .
not yet received its charter. It bids fair bore on The fool, and man1/ who had: credit too. .e:
enough to be in with the authorities >
good grace voi"eof; htlrrany, t !hostilities i wcr. "t
to be one of the most efficient corps that can be ; but in relation to bore-ism, we all succumb minds and you need not fear for the result. Bu1! i Ffl+ ',' 'f.( '" CM"--> '.uowed all she said, at the period fixed by the armistice.(recommenced

introduce into the service of the United States. if you think that good instruction, independent of Unsifted; and although, at every word, Notwithstanding\ regret in thinking tha
to Council
our City for I am informed not even
We may safely affirm, that if every port on the in the forests of Ardennes good exampk will mould and guide them aright, They heard her contradict: herself, and faw blood, is once moreabont to flow, jet, in transmitting .
such fine '
'Gulf were furnished with a'similarband, we could are speci- you are as much mistaken as the engineer, who Hourly that they were imposed upon and mod d} | to you the dechration of the PresidentI en

metes to be seen or heard as in that assembly. thinks he can Yet still they ran to hear her sneak; and stared ioy the satisfaction to find that justice is on the
bid defiance without the of forts propel a boat'by machinery independent /
protection or sid
which
:
There is no doubt we are in fine odour with them. And wondered much, and stood aghast, and laic of our cause reposes on sacred and
of
batteries to half the forces of Mexico. steam. ) In this
irnptescriptiberihts. we
The horse, that filthy, ragged animal, lying downy It could not be ; and, while they blushed! for shaneAt ; place our confidence -'
What is rather singular in their discipline, they Just look in doors where the parents do not as well as ii: the valor of our troops_ '
every slough, scattering fleas through the their own faith, and seemed to doubt,believed I, When the struggle shall once L'1orpbe '
can opperate as well the the land. govern themselves, and, consequently, cannot n, the ,
upon sea as streets, tuning against every body with his filth, vern their children."I go- And whom they met, with} many sanction,told civilized world will judge between u.,and the t fortune -
Should an armed vessel, of any size or description So did experience fail to teach hard of cannot but be favorable
squealing, grunting: and stealing, he i is-wisely prohibited ; so war to thoses who} !

belonging to an enemy, get becalmed near by our Council from running at large happened to call at i neighbor's for friendly It was to learn this simple! truth, confirmed fight for their country against usurper

t our coast her caprure would be certain. It would conversation:: when on a sudden half a dozen boys At every corner by a thousanol'proofs, I have the honor to renew tvi>u assurances of j jmy
while the
we, ( pets of the Corporation fine
)
hi consideration. AUfiE\WC{
only require a sufficient number of men, to and girls pushed into the room, and with boisterous That carrcmon Fame most impudently lied. .uL
capture noble animals, clean and neat, and modest in our. Head Quarters Mier, 10th June, iSd 1.
I a whole fleet. talk and laughter drowned our conversation.The 'Twas Slander, filled her mouth with .ying words, To Gen. Samuel Houston.
deportment, have the liberty of the streets in the
father reddened with anger and said, Don'tbe Blander, the foulest whelp of Sin. Tie man ------_- .
t
SAD CATASTROPHE. fullest sense of the word. Ah, if you knew the noisy, my children." He might as well have In whom this spirit entered was undone. BRT1EH[ MOVEMENTS: MEXICO..

DEATH OF THE BIRD OF WI!>DOM.: pleasure of stepping into a store and eating your been silent His tongue was set on fire of hell, hip heart It is very evident that the new movements r|
1
they well
were so acquainted with Santa Ann t,'ain t T have reunited from
xas t tl t*
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Meet me by moonlight alone." fill of oats and corn, while the keeper is! busy his unsteady government that they paid attention Was black as death, his legs were flint with haste advice, if not irr'}t>ffunities, of t the Brit .-h miru.-tt] 1I

e Hark 'tis the owlits cry !'* toohoo, hoo, hoo, writing. ** If there i Elysium on earth, it is no To propagate the lie his soul had framed. at )Mexico' ;: trade the impression; ih'it oven a three[ 1a I

sung the sweet warbler! a bright moonlight some this, it is this;;' and then if you are found act and to what he said. They kept up their noise His pillow was the peace of families of war or warlike demor st.ition5 would! be rpCHve ,..
till one, a little oat of breath, came to listen in evidence, that sn far from relinquishing I cit
evenings since. Gracefully the attendant of Minerva i threatened with a beating, have you not always a to a the father up Destroyed, the sigh of innocence, reproached, claims to Tt'xa*, Mexico wasd .:i irous of yr>ntur t

alighted on the corner of the roof of Mr.M.'s protector at the instant exclaiming, By Jasus, story was relating. Presently he Broken friendships, and the strife of }brotherhoods, upon another scar of re-conqnet. and this I'< dot| ,
cried out, Father you don't tell that story right." Yet did he his and to admonish the United Stares; a?: in5t fun] -
house: gazing around for some poor fowl or I'm a frind to the baste-he belongs to Mrs. spare sleep, hear the clock any t

? chicken who had O'Leary and I wont lone But do you not know, it is bad manners to interrupt Number the midnight watches, on his bed, has attempts tn annex a territory to the Union wh'.cj (
disregarded the Marshal's nine see a woman imposed no power over' her own sovHrpir!'I'\\ ;:Ir.d'hlc

clock bell, and not gone to loost. Bent on destruction ;- uponji&t} -her poor little orvans as niver as had your fathe/ when he is talking ?" But Devising mischief more ; and early roe, of right belong fa another. If Texa= beio+;'(Ill I 4r
I father don't And made hellish 's Mexico, how IS it hat England h,, af knowM t
say you tell that story as I heardit. most means on good me:n ;> ?
and not regarding the scarcity of poultry father will starve in the streates. Don't we pay ." her independence'> How can ( ;rent Britain, afej t
His father names.
in our town, he would doubtless have carried his the rint with the swate brutes, and is 'nt they in was silent, and the son went on"C* hieing solemnly recognized the sovereignty and
with the the door to door you might have seen Fro speed, independence t.f 1
father
lexas !
story
adopt
; was as tame any measure
dire intent into some countries tinder as a whipped i or r
practice, but there "was lagal ? It is true, that
ayoung
eyes( spaniel till it finished. I Or placed amidst a group of gaping fo>{K pitCSl1l' any coun-e tvndinrr to recognise the sovp 1i t
was He then said
that marked his coining, looked brighter as I It he gentleman, who fancies every hog a Mexican And whispering in their ers, with l bid foul lips. reignty of :Mexico.v r that free republic T Wc| s
Come, my son, come, fetch some wood and leave her to explain this national
t came," and that eye was soon behind a West ley has caught some of us in a running noose, putit Peace fled the neighborhood in wAich he made sistency and ion is rns t
I the to reconcile it with her
fire
on Can't father let Sam rrt'emj
Richards "!.)air of gun barrels: loaded with wire i but a hog in distress in Apalachy always has ar.aimanf ; go ; great His haunts ; and, like a moral pestilence, encouragement of a *-ar of roc >nqr.e-t, I: u: i rt

cartridges of swan shot-click went the lock- and then I have seen some tails tied up lazy boy, he han't done nothing to-day." Yes, Before his breath, the health f-hoot and bloomsOf pparent, however, by the iridilVervrep ofrhp.lel'j ,
I I have done more than have too' icon Congressthat r'- nM> Anna in thi !ptm em art I Ino
you social
bang goes the gun, and the report, vexing the with blue ribbons, out of compliment I suppose ; you may joy and happiness, decayed has no idea of a \vnr: it l'l'conl,1.-t-llt'! his a

ear of drowsy night" with its irksome echoes, isIe to the Etrick Shepherd. I could not help but :. go ; father told you first. "Don't say so, Sammy Fools only in his compapy were seen, faith in it. He asks f >r sipplies.! rat men inJ mooy I,

the knell of the ill-fated bird of genius. I laugh the other day till I squealed at seeing one ; come, John, you are father's best boy; run And those forsaken of \lod, and tothem-elves which; are not granted. vx\\ hen the m.twr re--u nIT
and bring some wood." << Yea, I am always the Given up. The prudent shunned h"m and his house )J""I'O intends to \\ tumbles and kicks on the roof-the inmates of t the of our Body, (for you must know we have a society ; to refuse an acknowled;m?** of henr.dppendenr! :' 5'In
best boy when there is thing to do have to do As one who had deadly moral rtague.! to keep her in I
any state of excih
; a '
house among us for the suppression Of filth) who had !m> !it and wart!iteat..c! '
i is
thinking a burglar breaking in through} prepirtion+ to check her "
the ; Kdv-anceni'-iitJind
ererytliingunder sun. Great Kate : improvemmt
the roof-he is measured-and there are four feet got caught with a chair upon his back, his head lazy stays But Envy had enough, as heretofore, aud to prohibit, by thrrasof u-ar. ;:U\ b

eight inches between the tips of his wings. through the rounds-he made straight for the in the house and can't do nothing." 1 do, To fill his heart with gall and bitterness: tempts! ; to annex Texas to the T'oitpf// tI'f'"Thl': =' tr

come." Finally the father went for the wood is a matter! purely American! --it i is a l Jor.il ditTf'r"I')('
river and all What made the of what he
we thought the devil was about to man envy was, and dispute between American I.

MARIANNA, July 31,1S11.. ;get into us again, but the cunning rascal, (from himself. In his absence, one went to sit in his Was worth in others, vileness in himself, the sovereigns of Europe have no rtpablic-right to'interfert in which.' ,1

Rockcave against the world This tine plantation Down East, I believe,) floated it oft: By the bye chair, another pulled it away and let rim fall to A lust of praise, with undeserving deeds, '. no right to move in toe" matter j py n'l! mere friend] oa'

has again produced the first bale of cottonof > friend Mrs Grunter the floor. He scrambled up in a sage and fell And conscious poverty of soul : and ti1lIt that Iv ofU-rs of mediation. That poini'-"ti!>'d, if t follow! a'a
the
,
your interesting mama t there are no changes! the rt".Ltlotlbetwf, >erl!
the season. Dr. Sam'l C. Bellamy las brought: of seventeen childien l i of the same upon his brother with fists and teeth, and he was his earnest work and daily toil, Texas and the l;OI'ed States, in cnn (l'lt'nc' (> r f the h,,

to market and sold to me this day a bale of new escaped from the jaws of death she age: narrowly cried out, Father, John is bite and scratchingme. With lying tongue, to make the noble seem rejection of the l lite treaty. Another trt'atm ;! I

cotton small : ; was bathingand Mean himself. On fame's hill he more acceptable form can be negotiated, arid till! Cu
a sample of which I herein enclose ." Well Sam the chair and as high saw
,
pulled away be
indulging that fondness of our race for clean- concurred in it no distant period Bur\hf co 15 1
to you. Can Florida beat this ? almost killed has The laurel spread its everlasting: green of Mexico in tie of this i i
liness, and had ventured like me. Kate got a pin and progress ne;O'ia'it1 .'3 r
wanton boys, that And wished climb but felt 1 his knees :
M.\ L. CA VERT.jG to ; too weak, materially changed th'j position of rh. LMO '
swim on bladders, far beyond her pricks'me'screamedanotker.nHe pinched me tries The threat of anJ the IES3)
depth when And stood, below, unhappy, laying hands war, indignant ref

; The Rockville'(Md.) Journal states that no I an alligator sotc-sed her in, we thought forever first," said Kate. Gi,e me my thing here," Upon the strong, ascending gloriously! to: accept was any supposed consideration to have for had the in internet lex..wH.iIexlco yf S3)tf>\

less than five different persons have recently beenI I H squeal as she descended was horribly thrill- bawled the fifth. "J tvon't'tisn't yours; it'smine The steps of honor, bent to draw them back }hibit- the United States at any time h'rl'aHl"rtro'trenewin '

bitten by mad dogs in that vicinity, amor.g. them ing. Angels leaned from Heaven to hear," as ; you said, I miht have it." "L-a-vv, my Involving oft the brightness of their path, t'i.' same olIerVC must proceed t

Col. lIe tl>r. rose from sea to sky the wild farewell." As son," said the mother, "do give it to him. "I In mists his breath had raised. Whene'er he heard: negotiate with Texas as a sovereign and independent
State, if her people and our own people a!
the won't." And it went into the fire. By and by As oft he did of joy and happiness
Transmission bubbles rose over the spot thought of the way of the same mind, without reference in any have

of JCetcspapers to Canada. gathering" of her little dinner was rei: ?e offered through courtesj: .
The following notice relative to the transmissionof ones at night by those 'Twas like of wormwood having bee i,.'eJected'wiTh scorn we are not requ'rtc
who huddled and cat and"sl&shed: and quarrelled, and a wave o'er his soul
agree with Charles Lamb under different :
as to the merits of circumstances hereafter to r pea
newspapers by post to Danada, has been issued roast pig, hut I was when the pi-i came on, one bawled out with authority Rolling its bitterness. His joy was wo, the same offer, or recognise what Mexico c as! her
premature-she rises her
r -' by the Postmaster General: snout towers above ")lot ergive mea great piece." Sam The wo of oters.Vhen} from wealth to want, reseA'ed nghts.-fX. Y. :?nn.Youth. .
the
waters and she
n to-' Printed newspapers, duly stamped, addressed even the in resembles, (said another) has got apiece as big again as-I From praises to reproach, from peace to strife, .-Youth i is: a blunder; manhoor'a st tru5'
any part of Canada, and marked by the sender, sturgeon his leap, and she" did From mirth to tears, he saw a brother fall, old rat I nol!<
Ejle Do
And his a regret. not
have went piece the floor. ; age
via Boston away on suppose
bullet
will not in future be liable to it with lusty sinews" for the land. She is Or Virtue make
his i
a slip dreams
any :: :: were sweet. that youth is genius;.all that I i<.-nit gem
charge for the 0 dear said the that is say
however corveyance by packet. They will, safe, she has saved her bacon-her tale is soon my mother naughty ; But chief with Slander, daughter of his own, when young is divine. Why, the/81' caPtains
be charged on delivery in Canada with a shouldn't do so; don't cry, my dear,. and I will 1
told ofancient
for she '
has He took- fthcnnqueraItaly
unhallowed and
colonial rate of Id. each papcr/in ,escaped with the loss of her tail. pleasure. When she talked, modern times',
addition to any give you a great piece." The mother tried1 toex- And at five and Youth xtretne youth,
United My with her twenty
defiled
States postage due them for the trans feelings :are somewhat hurt at times by ex filthy lips the boa,
upon
mission from Boston to the Canadian frontier." pressions, not perhaps intended to be personal or case them by saying, she believed' they acted His ear drew' near; with wide attention gaped overthrew the Persian Empire Don the John i c:
Austria -
made with malice but worse when they had company than at any other His mouth his well pleased, as gazed won Lepanto at twentyve greates
;
< with reprehensible levity, eye eager battle of modern times; had'; not been for (rht

Taking it Cooly The Pittsburg Aurora, for instance" poor shoat"-" d-d, hog"-" top time. As glutton, when the dish he most desired j jealousy of Philip, the next par he would beet

whose editors are in prison for a libel, contains much pork for a shilling"" runt"curse the The parents were irregular in' their government Was placed before him ; and a horrid mirth, Emperor of Mauritania. Ga-"n!' de FoIX was Daly!,

the following: hogs." Come and see and never controlled themselves, and I At intervals, with laughter shook his sides. twenty-twowhen he stood .victor on the plain OJ
Us-some monstrous individuals
-
'We wish our sometimes Ravenna. Everyone rein-n"41"5 Conde and.Rob-
city exchanges violent and
were and
would do the severe
; us: cf breed anon
easy
here
favor to leave their papers at the We our and we are disposed tare and And, as a cloudy swarm of summer flies, roy at the same age. Gilavus Adolphus died Is
jail.
Their children
i certian to be in when they are left, so that no mistakes do the "clean thing" for you when you arrive. indulgent. were just like With-angry hum and slender lance, beset thirty-eight. Look at >s captains; that non der

need be apprehended.." Yours, truly, them. Look at your children and see yourselvesDOCTOR. The sides of some huge animal ; so did I ful Duke of Weimar, o-vthirt}-sixwhen he diedrty,
his miracles died at f o
,
Banier himself after "'
,
03- There i is more reality thin romance in PETER SNOUT.P. They buz about the illustrious :riUiv, and fairWith five. Cortes was lit ( more than thirty when l h

subjoined extract from a capital little story in i ir P. S. I send the cologne and mille fleur as re Division of the Methodist Church.-The divisionof his immortal honor, down the stream gazed on the -.cliPolas.of Mexico. Whe

late number of the i a quested. the Methodist Church:; into Northern and Southern Of fame would have descended ; but, alas! Maurice of Saxor died at thirty-two, all rope

Knickerbocker- branches,in consequence of theirdisagreemeniB The hand of time drove them away. They were, ackowled g ed th089 of the greatest captain :md

1 It is surprising how a woman will} stick to her BlxmL.1RA London paper states that a man: in the slave gnestion.wilh probably be followed by Indeed, a simple race of men, who had the profoundestcatesman of the age. Then there

betrothed against the field. If I knew that 1 her named William Lymes, of Yeovill, was frequently a similar division of other sects. We once regard is Nelson cr\ J-but these are warrlOrs7.and perhaps .
lover during his life heard ed the religious union of the- One only art, which taught them still to :
hid scaped his mother to death with an \'- to declare that he should die various Christian sectson say nk there are greater things has:

tershell, I should only make her a foe for lifeby* on the twentieth anniversary of his wedding day. their respective National Conventions, Assem Whate'er was done might have /been better done, "vou J d mapot; I worship:: the Lord of Hosts-;

the redlly friendly act of giving the infurinat fens; Whit His presentiment the proved true, for he died on last lilies union-and or Confereence the severance as a'of strong bond of political J And with this art, not ill to learn, they made war.Pascal wrr311, great work at sixteen, the greatestof
Monday he that
,
21thlay, having been bond will doubt
A
woman in such a case, will doubt the A shift to live. But sometimes too beneath and died at !
testimony I married that djur twenty veal'S. He was' buried i in less weaken the tie whiclr has hitherto constituted French thirty-seven t
of a whole regiment under oath: and the evic Ten- com|>l.iince with his partfclar desire, often expressed us one people. But,"under existing circumstances, The dust'they raised. was worth awhile obscured, Ah j (tat fatal thirty-seven nich remind

ces of her own senses into the: bargain. Besides, : his body was dressed in the same clothes it ie !less the severance of the bond, than: the cause And then did Envy prophesy and laugh.O of Bvrv greater even as a man than a writeL mer.ha' !

if you could by some miracle convince her, you which he wore when he was married, viz : a bluecoat of that severance, that is a source of regret., The Envy hide thy bosom, hide it deep.A \ ras tlXpeflence; hat guided the pen of Ra

would accomplish nothing, for she forgives e vell butT waistcoat, white trousers, and whiteyea corisftint intrusion of the slave question into el \Vcn he painted the palace of house? He died 1t

more obstinately than she disbelieves, and} unless] cotton stockings, religious bodies has become a constant sourtfe o A thousand snakes,with black,envenomed monthsNest too' ; thirty-seven. Hichiliel1 was sccretar y .fstat \

you can actually produce before here eyes a previous agitation and ill-feeling, boding mischiefs of the there,-andhi and feed through all thy heart :_ thirty-one. Well there are Bolirtgbrokeap t
H WrCULI-t is said that ridicule is the of worst description, moral social and!
test ,
living wife and five children political rood Pittboth: l leave f
all the buna POLLOCK. ministers beft.re other wen
(
truth it is in .
never but when wish this view of the matter the
fid property of her suitor,) lOU had much better deceive applied we to separation of the COSTER SWI /cricket Grotius in practice at set J
great
was
let her ourselves; when if we cannot exclude the combatants into different and even sectional divisions THE [JLER.-The Paris correspondent end
alone. .
light, we are fain to draw a curtain before it.i although less desirable the harmonious un of the Boston Atlas under date of July Ibthays: eon, and. attorn v'encral at ttyentyfourtheAcrluaviv' + ."

The sneer springs out of the wish to deny ; and i ion, becomes a measure decidedly conservative "Mr.; Casey, who was sent out here by one of a was general of the Jesuits, ruled, e veryfore
Poor Dear Lady!-The London corres ponwretched must be the state of that mind which calculated to remove both the cause aud the Cloumbus (Georgia) banks, to endeavor to arre, cabinet in Europe and colonized America bel tt tr

dent of the Journal of Commerce writes:_"It tis desires: to take refuge in doubt But the instinct ofright for further irritation. opportunity Coster, who had swindled it out of a I.trgcum c] 1 he was thirty-seven. What a career! the !'secret

said that a proposition will be submitted for ug- and wrong is immutable ; all other' voices money, found him in Switzerland, living hi keA/ sway of Europe! That was indeed a posItion" ? But t

menting the income of the Queen, on the score of may be silenced, but not that in ourselves. 'VI.T4 OF A ; :\1 LER.--'V. Crpckford, famous rine. He admitted that he had the funds, but det5" it i is needless to multiply instances. The his: torsiy (
Mr.
her 8.1andt'rand scandal differ much in the of for his Casey to obtain them, or arrest him he I
increasing family and that Her Majesty having I manner gambling operations, died recently in an' of heroes is the of youth.
their history
attach was unable to do either. cut .
Slander is the that London The Swiss Governs .
become pestilence worth
pecuniarily involved, will seek from $1,750,000 He was once 1loningsbfar
a jyisraelfs
alketh<< in darkness ;" but scandal is the des fishmonger but handsome are anxious to enter into a convention WLJ !neUnited r,
speculations
her faithful
Parliament a relief from all her diffi truction on the turf
that State forthe
ie f -
mutual -
wastethatnoonday. Scandal seldom enabled him extradition of lJl I
culties. Her to purchase the house in St. James by a ,
present debts are stated to be JC100-1 loojfs forward to the consequences of its acts, and strt'et since terribly famous' ors, similar to that concluded with Frai>e, *l ISo SIMILARITY OF TASTE.-II was determinedand dedoul (
as "Crockford's"Here
000 sterling. The support of herself husband sometimes repents( of them slander ever looks to fie amassed the bulk of his immense be hoped an arrangement may be effec ed." master of sa ship to give a dinner whenjie lan bh Id
and court costs John Bull nO.'XHJ a -or the result! ofit81 labours, and is diappointed if it He the property it arranged that each'of
year fail all
gives whole of it to his wife in the .
\\ about $2,120,000!" It certainly must be.v'ery difficult in its o1 Ject. Slander is deliberate fcandal is words "I and following It is said there are two words and two'lily, i in our order his favorite dish the Hay before, w.Hi t t:
give
: bequeath( .the whole mt-
k t thoughtless. Malice of my l language, which contain vo\.cls theu The w as & \1eI
\ to within such is the companion of the all the 111 tastes should be suited. captain
keep i -
income. of whatever bey
an one description to had
dear >
property wife
folly is the comrade of the other my regular order. They are-"ab temal1slv" ana what astonished to find that every one
'I, and her heil'A .relying her doing what "
\ on i is right 11 facetiously." / spoken Pork and Beans." I
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' Rrr. Mr. Turnbull, of the Harvard 1L
.k The pastor $ PERFUMERY. FANCY ARTICLES, &c. '
church, Boston, wrote a l letter during hi* rel't Cologne Water FOR LIVERPOOL.-7ht fa*' I
t!. ;
; tour to Europe, to the members of the Sab- : Lavender do. ship SOBIESKI,' Gay I:1l3lermost 4j

:e bath school connected:: with his congregation, in Orange do. of her cargo' engaged.' *. .

which< he gave an interesting account of a wonderful Bay do. with despatch for balance of freigl cf c

rrnztit work of art. After introducing the letter he l : Essential Oils; cedar, apply as above, or to.NOURSE. .

/ nroceed as follows: / :: Hair Dye; & TOM:, r .t'
rThere is no subject that I can think 01 which t : t : : Balm of Columbia; jyl3 46 '\Va'er v.- .

trill be so likely to interest you as the great astro- t : : Tooth Brushes, assorted ; To
the
nomlife ica! clock, which I saw the other day ju tin Hair do do American Bar. ,

flt i, Ca.th ethl at Strasbur; This Cathedral, by th- Clothes Brushes ; THE undersigned contemplates put .r ti) .

f tbXa. way, is one of the finest and Wesl in Europe. l ; Playing Cards, French and American. ensuing Spring the first \"obne cj' '. :,

! is .'ery large and its tower or steeple i is the hidest : : I Also, variety of Fancy articles, Soaps, &c., SCENES AND AttECDOTESAMERICAN .JP .;. .
;
t b. In the world. It is twenty-four feet h.gk-r. I : just j opened and for sale by BAR." 5 .

'setlab thannd the great pvramind in Iypt, one hundred( : My brethren the S
THOS. P. JONES & CO., throughout Uni State,
; forty feet higher than St. Paul's in Loudin. Hair Dressing Saloon, requested to aid me with contribute '.' fiom tl' '

e t and three or four times higher than the old Jsoitii ] ; iv20. tf Centre street.. respective States, locating par ,o-iiarly .
ahset Church in Boston. Scene" or Anecdote" in the
-
;
The astronomical clock stands in the insidi, incorner ( \ : : LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Pos District. As the contributions will prr: Cour.tj }J I -
t if
*
U.JuL. of it, and is most imposing and beiutiful ; Apalachicola 1st. 1S44 try run:.
one : } Juiy erous and many of them ftom tbs" .- :" nth s" I
,. ,, edifice.'e or six hundred people. viMt it I t f Atkinson, James Allen- Capi J G West, I must request m'y friends to ths:
,1 dIe.IlC. I !ever day at 12 o'clockvhen it pretormssometraordfnarv i ]L Brach Benj Bush S M 2 age on them. I shall be aided in thi. .gin pt'u'
: feats, which I, shall inentu-r presently Bull, JB&CcBarclay 2 BorlandCaptSBrewstef interesting work by ; a*
some of the oi ird
._ .',\ anJ several million! in the course It t the i John Win distinguished Members of the Sou' i iar.!r' ,

bile II, vear There have been I two or three clo'ks in !I ; Baker, Capt JdJ 3 Bunce, T D (JCJ-: All communications t. ,
: must .recte
res.tht. the same place, upon the model of whth the s : Bisby JasButton Brisby James me at Pensacola, Florida." ..

presanI ent one in formed; but it is almost nv one, S D Brown, Capt P T f
RICH.-.
: )
]I Babcock '* : ROE. '4p
,rt- was constructed by a mechanic vbc name LCarrroc'rran Burgess, Capt T H Pensacola, July 1st, 1844. .
dlf.ad.1. was Schwilgue, in 1':-35, to whom a noctirnal; lete! l 1 John 2 Curtis, Reuben
t {jCr1: Editors favorable
Cody Chasr F to the undo *t Jda- '
,
or festival was given jy his fellow-crti/.eis on tbeoceaslon : : } t Carpenter, Dan'l please vit

In. of its completion.To ; Camerin, Geo Caraway, A B 2 copy. -- ....
idea of the cf lie clock Denison, Jos L Davis RDAGE&OAKUM.- :
,ui.lb. give you some fei/e ? : }, Geo C' -
I wilf: compare it with some other thugs with Da.wsonVm 2 DemeralV S & Co 75 coils of Manilla Cordage averted. ,

lu. which you are familiar, hstead: of saying: it / : : ; ; Dixon, JohnFreeman Davis W G 1\1 2 25 bales Oakum, for sale by f

t i I was so many feet high: and so laany/cet wide, ] J W Ford, Nicholas DODGE & GAPDNEK

oe.i ken Well then, you retr.emher Hu:>size of thepost'offiice I : Flitner, W L Floyd, R J apl6 40 W-- terJIM 5 -

: Washington stree'. It s as high as Finch, Sol 2 Fisher, N II _. S
m. that, and about as wide, or at J feast nearly so. Its : Goudy, Harriett Gane, G L 2 T I EL-VTMRPnTT SO bbls of Lime, for sale :lowbr ki
} <7H A-
top would reach to the very summit of our meetinghouse ; : : : Greatreaks, S C f?*_.1--It--Vioi---.. /"IYBTAT- ....... PTTVIU'AV., Li
hat and its front would ga about half across. thefront Griffin, JasHutchinson Gorrie, JnoHutchins per ms agent W 't.: 11 tiLI4. t J

lit. of the meeting house.: On the top} of it I- tilefigure : : : Jno Albion 2 jy6' 2Watest- 0; :, ( ,

en.he of the ;prophet I sai h. about as large as life ; 1 Hanly Jas Haight Geo (HEWING TOBACCO-45 doz Mrs' H't t

! on its two sides are a couple of stairs to go:; up into : i HarrisonVm Higgins, E, USN 2 __./ Chewing Tobacco, just received ai. ?Ja: '
l1d it. Henning, C T 5 Hutchinson, Geo by DODGE & GARDNF:> .-

'In'he- Itsfnnt is beautifuUy\ : panted, and has places 1 1 I Hayden, H H 2 Haller, Thos je5 40 Water sW > S

- upon which the hours of the day, the dan of the :; : Hull, John H Halley, R B -- ---

week, the revolution? of the stirs., the motion of the t i I Hunt, E F Hodge, J B \ SHADES-A fresh tsscrfi ,.f .''

or'liO- sun in the ecliptic.the days of the month, the season : Howard, Capt B Hooper & Johnson sale the latest patterns, just received i or tj

of the year, tre!: phases of the sun and moon. ,' Julian Wra Jackson, Jacob S by B. ELLISON & < 1 1
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and a thin are indicated litre (' Judah, D W C Jackson apl6 33 \tl< ..-;-
gre.it many ; : Capt A .. ....
; ofof alsj, in niches paredJ'flrt hem, are movable images .... Jameson, N A Jackson, John Commission Business *'

of the Saviour and his twelve apo-tles; Death (. Jones, Wm S Johnson, Elizar
atiJ Time ...ti his scythe: ; the four ages: of 1iutn.iivtral to ; : : KeltonVm H 3 King, Rich'd New York, March 12t \* 1

\ .inrf other lorms wnich f cannot iceution. W : ; Kellogg, Jno 2 Kosker, Gerard 37 from( :J- WITH a knowledge of busi.>et.* c!f.-; ed '; .
:
: ; Leighton, Edwd Long, Freeman 2 an experience of more than twi :- v, in

To dve you a little farther idea of its magnitude I !!i ; : i' Lawrence, Jno D Lanning, Jas 2 facilities Commercial and other business pursu ,* J gc od S
: the
thtf! ,, let inc say that there are meanof going: !inside (' Lewis, EdMcGreger Lloyd i J T as COMMISSION undersigned tender th if n t' u,
- ofit ; and that some ten or fifteen people, C A H Morton, S T ; MERCHANTS, .. -.t cT-
: per chase and sale of [all kinds i- '
of ,
Produc ..
haps more, micht stand in McGill, Arthur Martin i ; creigrV -
t' together its very heart ) : Matthew 2 amd Domestic Goods.
:et and examine the machinery. Mr. Ye1e1: two McGlehon, Geo la.rsVm 2 S
atIllJ other McIntyre H Theirbusineswill be conducted -j.,... eit'>
gentlemen andtmself, with the conductor! 1 > Mathews. J A lished u .
went into it and spent about an hour there We : McManus, Geo W Musworth.GeoMehan principles, and with a view to rrp* '-: .

ItlthI" went first into a lower, then into :hi/ner: and! : I : I Mizell, John & C6' Thos orders turns for with all sales effected and a.ert t'. ;.'1 1

ict' then still higher apartment of.it, and should think : Nathens, Thos Nickelis, G W Bills which they may Be (avorl-'t- '".
: of
: of more than thousand Nickson, G W : Exchange drawn against ship'it.} j[
a Nickerson
lei piece? >plfndidly polished i :\ : : : Varanny Cotton
, tf, and: all dependent for the harmonious action to ) : Oram, Wm O'Hanl, Felix or other Produce, will be duly ao ,''r; ..':)
upon i of
e th' short, r thick brass pendulum which ill Owens, Wm S th-Jacob receipt Invoice and Bill Lading 0r ., *; ai S

Itr.nd the centre. swings .. ; ; Patrick, Wm Patterson, Jos R agreement for funds at maturity, with 'r o: -

. Hut I mu-t toll you what: the dock? (!ie. !U le. : I ; Parker, R L Pnrple ft responsibility of drawers. [,
or'f' not only out the hours ; : Parson, V/ H S FOWLE, DE COIN /. .; -
points and the day, thelimes ) :: ] Parker, A F \V << mar30 Rm; '
\rt an 1 the sea-sons, but the revolutions of tile : l I Pratt, Danl S Pott, Ludwig H 7S Pe l.r.-'. a :, v __ *

)!}. %tarthe -tii i ir aid I lunar c.juution! the conjunctions .).t'T! ; : Roff J M Reguter, C OO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.- ki3M S

anl the eclipsesol! the heavenly bodies, their at :! :': t : Randall, John L- Rundell, Jno H \J DOYLE, of the late firm of ;* ': K *
ntB position. at any gitv-n time, and variouctin. j : ; Roberts, L D Ricker BUTMAN "
;; 2S- Capt M E 2 Triangle Buildings, New Or, -t.; S
'x..tlt though: winch tli-\v pass for thou>ands of \ears.- Ill l :I I Royal, W T Rowland, P E has this day associated with him in bu3ir.f-s: Mr.

It points out apparent time, mean, or real time RyanDanlRozal Rogers', E W HENRY BID WELL, and will confine ihs .

noIn" and: ecclesiastical tune. On its face you ve the! I ( W T Rowlett, Danl Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commissijn Business .

". motion of the stars, of the s'in and planets, of the J I Starr, Jas B 3 Small, G W W at the old stand, under the nam* arid L"r.u

noon and her satelites. Two little cherubs! w ho : { Smart, Job R 2 Spencer, Jno C, U S N of DOYLE & BIDWELL." S
; r !;if, neo" onetd. the other on tl>o other, stirke 4'( Sherman, Ed Small, Phillip N THOS. M. DCYLE
'ejit; Smith ,
'he quarters of the hour-Death strikes the hour > Thos Sands, W A HENRY BID VELL.

:f'_ with! a nuce,while four figures pa*< :and repasbefore 1 fi ; ? : Sullivan.! Morley,' Sprin 'er. Cant .1 T.auuivan New Orleans, July 1st, 1RAA. .:';A lr.1
1'- : him, representing the various sa;':.- of hu- ;ro' : : : ;; David Stark; W T &: Co- 2

1I mm! life. ; : !! Silsby, Capt J R Steward, Emily N CTC .-The co-partnership her"tdorc" existing :If 1

(' t At 12: o'clock every day: when Death trik( .. ."'( Spencer, Dr SV 2 Show, Mrs Blanche: in this place between the s' iscribers 1,.I '

ch 12, the ano-Jtles who"are represented each with his Saylor, Chas"Tradwell $mi'LDHez under the firm of MOORE & MeKFN2- i ie thir: t-1

!re, hidze of his martyrdom, come out from the clock ( : ) D H a'?' Tafem, Capt J day dissolved by mutual consent. : ?, \

,Jd. adv : pass Before the! imareof the Saviour, b'iwi.ig: he ; I Thompson, Jesse! Thomas, W S T JOHN M. MOuRE, I'!

: 8J fi'!..y P t.<-. anJ receiving his be'iediction( which in:" < ; ; : Tuthell, D M Taney, G R WILLIAM A. 1tIcKt: TIE.octenr.

he :z ives witu a movement of the hand. When kimi I Varnum, Capt G VanCott, A B Apalachicola, May IS, 1844.

tie :\potle Peter makes his t : Ware, A P White, Isaac '
a appearance[ a gildedn j ELLISON & CO.
.offer for
Wallis Jos B sale ,
ill ( k, whHi is perched un'one side of th clocK, be:; ) Watters, Moses sive assortment of Merchandize *

fios his win;!s, r 1ehi? head, and l crows so Ion:; ('{) Williams, BW 2Villiams, Jno C the Spring trade, consisting of: a\ t9 fo- t.4

and loud a* to) rrake the whole Cathedral uris him 1 Worriker, \VmVilliams,- Capt J Groceries S
r Dry Goods"- Boots and Sh
am, THIS HP .-erects: ti.Tee times in memorial Whitmore, CaptJofc Wood, Capt E J Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats < ; )
Ware, E A ; Fancy 'c:6: ,
01: the cock that cnr.red thrse times uetore tne! laii Wes,' Thos Crockery and Glassware
Hardware
of( Peter, during the cruciti jrion of our m Young, Tho" G. F. BALTZELL ? M. ;
a.our. ; Woodware Brushes
&
; j l : Persons .c., &c.' < 3)
I lore) \! the cock m-ikes no farther noise or mottnin m wishing any of the above letters, J

I till the next: day at 12 o'clock, when: he ,rePeats in : : will nleasi* say. 'hPV- ar advertised. ON CONSIGNA :- hhds CROC'. KEY

Pie same loud ad -rtartiing CWA', rlaj pmg .- 10'bbls Cider Vinegar; assorted, for ountry' trade; S

[ his wings; and raising his inad.lHfu .' 2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia; Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by L k1. '

., ( ( 6 chests Tea*, green, black) &c. wich, Va.,'some superior cross brand
only a .Wfchvnir. -flow freratly i iI > iii ; Goods Hardware
I Dry and
remark made : kegs Saleratus? 3 do Nutmegs and Cloves Cuttlery;
t by aristocratic u > i Ho'llowand
I a ; 'tart11:1 caH ; boxs Ground 4 do Tin Ware ;
: Pepper
; Spices
notnin to recommend them ;
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lm 2 \ : r- ) i 5 baskets Salad Oil 5 Bar Lead Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c
; kegs
'ucc.' when the name uf aa honest: and in- ; ALSO
tel1l c : : bags Shot, assorted 1 ,
; case Sardines
theIr mechanic ruppe-is. to be mentioned in oa ; 5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves ; Sugar, Coffee, and Canal Flour;

d COTlVer**'ence. They consider! it degrading to ty 5 do Tomato Catsti! ; for sale by ; Old Sherry Wine, in cases ;
is tho"* wh rid cO:1timinat1: t; to a"sCCJate1"1) fo DODGE & All of which will be sold vel'Y.low for ch S
GARDNER
di ,
not like
the h'
rns
weatn, t"'e'hol1 possess S : 40 Water street. DAVID G" RANHV
d !ne most r.i : h that wealth was obtained hv mn I jan29 43 Water 4ETNA ::- ;. i I.. '
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1, ii so dli. ily and] dishone.t means. Nothing Ulal i Roberts, Allen & Co.,
41a..io well-intorrncd, well-bred AVE on hand and INSURANCE COMFAI V f I
PIe, to peoln for sale: THE .
4 .ai!: 5"t\, i:;: orant, conceited, pulled up, 'o Sheet and bar Iron; Blacksmith's Tools Conn.-The undersigned age .t. : .
bro' German ; the said Company, is prepared to issue poI iei of
C awhan.cs, a. if f es', impudent dindv, talk about wCJr : English Blister and Cast steel 1 ;
N true v were 1',1 hen/or thall uruts. '* Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 galls Insurance against Fire, and loss or dau v: oj rtrivers
a lady ; '
ll Utlenes or ze\cman would he guilty ()such Hollow Ware, wholesale and retail; on favorable terms. The capita cf tl-s
V It 13 0:1: Wrought and Cut above is and invested-in 8.r.tI
company large tit
the Ie i nor3nt spoiled( beauty ami Spikes; Nails; I
do vorthl. cnlte: ibie apiock who would Brass Andirons ; Fire Irons possible manner, and its settlement of torn L'*
8f1. Show us the. iii-. Platform Scales Beams and Ballances always been prompt and liberal1.DAiVLJ. .
:
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it cQlsidt'r it or woman who would ; Tin Ware all'ktnds
of
a
d.sgrace: \ : wholesale & retail. DAY, Agent.
ofiate with .
W l1-Inform..d : honest I ; ; Also, a general
Tnediani upon assortment of Hardware.
I. a rworthle4; 1 \and we will show you 4. ; ; are also prepared to attend to any orders Apalachicola_ _ ,_AprilS_ _, _1844._ _ -'- I

les9 l to himelfard ?the orintVnceiteJcrcatHre V usec : : : ; Iron or Brass Castings, Blacksmithing, Tin, THE subscriber: agent for PROTECTION: ;
WOK
-trance to his and disrae and ; : or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and Copper COMPAQ of Hart(',d. p r ?

ea ee fnenJ"JVcst. Lit. ",1[(:$. sed : : : on reasonable terms. janl ly Conn., with full power to receive propo' U 0; d :

A LIvEtpnc !. )1-RCHA 1 Drugs and to issue policies on as faro b1e terms as c .h 'r I .

a of Mcrs. Brown of T'- J836, the tr.mactlOns folks HE Medicines. good offices, i i9 prepared to insure against loss; 'r
to \" subscriber has taken the Store in Baltzell' to take Marine S
e 10,000,000. In 1i7 the .ool. amounted I damage by Fire and also and Inland -
r evulsion ocrrd In this gm1 omm..reial I side Buildings, formerly occupied by Mr. B. risks. The reputation of this company fu

th-Were "- oudy involved m countrY'The con5 Bfl\\'rl, f.ul'. 1 ; and as early as 15th of May will open a settling losses with promptitude and Hbtnlitv.. I'

- V y fallen'/v'' V town i in the king rr\1ce 1h1J(I nor of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c., &c., for well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
rli to Pnzanc from In- ; : use and in the fall will have j1
,t Th wo'ild! have feln! -..;.) ; a laree and Apalachicola AprIl 8. 1844. '
did ?o\'ernmt ww the imminent .hock ; assortment for country merchants:plan- -H. '
l tttet th. director of the Bank of Engl pr. and s o to : i and physicians. WinSydney' reP, HI. :D;

e (!t'nt met and reiilved to assist :\lr. 13m I(1. The John : ; B:. Sv HAWLEY. GREEN takes this opportunity of. eipte.-
- h!' wa of two millon! The exact mm' '1' to the, .s ( DR si his gratitude to his patrons and to aou:
- I auth0"7.fd draw-a loan of 'QmiP\ I ATTING FOR SUMMER CARPETS.-A: them that it shall be his constant fnheav r To rai .
q in the m'n'1o ailIndIVldut11JnnaralJt'l ': :; himself more.tiseful in his prosiOn. S
if -Was history of the prime assortment just received. der
'
ie 1C 1 to tnf'lsand the Jl,9 extent: ;)})'of 00:)betwer.Of this eight Joan ht'and took nice advaL.hun urld on i } : For sale by B ELLISON: & CO., Office on Ceitire.- near Water street.- jgec-*>- S_s

pounds, which' he ha !.ince repaid h ; 33Water street. JL,. W. Spra, ,_
1 clearing off all other 'inbarrajinents. Fr61d uji, it ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR. AT.L.\..W. ,
- RUGS
{r1n1;; fortune is } l he MEDICINES, .c.-'Fhe e subscriberhas
j now S11d to be at least two mil! ( i WILL for the future reside in thi3 city. All I
S1arder POund3 sterling. that just opened a iresh supply of Drugs have committed legal bosmew to his Scare
y their II.nd scandtl differ much in thedeslruction : }' i ; &c. All orders from the country while a resident of Quinoy will plew address
mUnf'T of
e fle "attack Slander is thp ptIlerce that dark- '. attended to. B. S. HAWLEY, him at this place. He will continue regular 3
t teth at; but 8Coindal is the that \ ::: ; cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets. attendance upon the courts of Jacksca Lid d'

t ... to the noondav." Scandal seldom looks fohl'arI was. \\' : Gadsdens counties and the Court of ApjHtia at .

1. .. of COn8eJu-ences of its, and sometimes l : I IRON.-Assorted sizes, just received Tallabassee.
hbo15 rn and; IUlder i ever looks to the result re'l."nt.s cf i it. Jove' for sale by ELLISON: & CO., Office over\V. A. Wood'i S I&H.:,No.23 Water Blrect' '
dIsappointed if Jan.
it Apalachicola
fail ,
is deliberate I" its ObCt.Sl4flet 33 Water street. S
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: tidy deliderate scandal IS thoihtIes ': -
35 th ; scandal is thoug-htlt'5.'i. : Bale OILS, GLASS, &c.
tompalUon Mace that & BAGGING: -Northent Rope PAINTS
the f the one ; folly is th White Lead t
II Oier.} cornnfco thin and India Bagging.-for sale by kegs ; I
I II W B ELLISON & C0.; 33 Water st. 5 bbl Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp;
I IlI .-.fhe 75 boxs Glass- assorted sizes; I
- the ternz"whjg"jt: il said,was i ven lbs Paint Brushes ,
. itb'l1h-mlnarchical in the old } ; l CONSIGNMENT. bbls; choice Salt: 100 Verdegris; ;
a. Englandi1 CUIJUr.OL Beef expressly for CoD l Varnish, Litherage Red Lead &C., &e.
'f.th. initial ;, men'lr COl1lbinati.... in prime order put up ,
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letters of Just received and far tale by ;u
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.. ... Cromwell use. For sale bjr .
:) ,., _'.; I I.......'.",. nioJo! \\; Itl'rL A CHESTER., FA WOB McGRIFF, B. S. HAWLEY L -

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11 NCl'CE.Franklin ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES, UNITED STATES ARi\f SPRINGS. INSURANCEAGENCIES_

i'EGAL --- & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY, : El rr\Tr. GEORGIA =:;
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::== TIlE NEW YORK
:: : months alter dite, I will apply Cor. Ann A; Nassau streets, New York. PROPRIETORS of this waterm FIRE SI1RAXCf CONTRJBUTIO SHIP
Superior r urt. NTOTICE.--iX the :;i have been induced to open thir COMPANy
of
Judge THE respectfully
V. C. M. Davis, undersigned I M. 57 Wall: Street JV Y.
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of -- ; t for the accommodation of inval'rls
AT CHAMBERS letters of the : :
County Court of Franklin! county for ? inform the Old Patrons [ inOffice i'ig-houses
Warehouses
,
4#I bert J. Floyd, comp't., I dismission from the e5titeIC Thos. H. Thompson.H. TYPE &, STEREOTYPE: FOUNDRY much earlier this season than usual, Merchandise and Build.

J : ': : i IN CHANCERY B. STONE, Administrator. formerly known us JAMK of(he: many: applications that ,bav Furniure p-enlr.al., Ships building, : Ships, Household in
and Gnswold, et al, fdefendants. mylSfim ) Board: from different parts; of tin Pert
SI.J. and as
.jrtis Apalachicola, May 10 1 ] CovxEuV more nvenhy and their Cargoes, and
description
Jappearing J -- -.---- those' laboring: under various diseases, evary -
COOK'S and the pubic -
&
:: CoxNKn ,
of
will ___
fidavit filed i in after date I apply personal Property,
to the Cot from a -Six months ti..m. Dyspepsy, &c all which
execute
()h"C411h'/that said L! vis Ciis and George! I NOTICE lion. Judge of the County Court for in general, that they TYPE are prepared PRESSES to &c to the virtue of the water. We havt AOAI.VST LOSS! OR PAMACE BY FIRE.
theestate orders for PRINTING J. SMYTII
dismission ROGERS
trustee of the Apahchicola Land Franklin County for letters of on >ld out more inducmcnfs to President
Jriswoid, to form t complete persons
t de and other article necessary .
R.
Company, and said John M.: Berrieu and David of John Norton, hte of said: county, every Establishments, oa a* favorable uret to visit these Springs, tJnn t 'W'1.RT1Nt Secretary.DIRECTORS.
; \
Adm'r.Apalachicoia Printing
I Xelden, who are fe'vlmts in said: cause, residecyond ceased. JAMES: GREEN, other establishment 1tit of Health. To the invalid), ve .
a'20( f]mNOTICKSiX t terms, and of as good a quality a* any 1 i r .;' YTH ROGERS
-11. I
> the limits of this Territory, to wit : the April Ii, ] States. I and come early, if you wih! to KOBTMcCOSKRYfAMr '
aid Curtis aid Griswold viii the state of New shall in the United is i both These Springs have proved a cert'ic1 :>: UK YAK. hENRY PARISH
: months nfter: date., I apply The Type cast at this Establishment, T r \ :M ES: '.Ir-BHIDE, KUBEN WITHER
fork: and the said Bernen and Seldan in the ) Jud p of the County Court in style of face and the material of wt.ich it i, .;: of Rheumatism, Dvsuensy! &' :I! .KV ADAMS: WILLIAM SCOTT '

tate of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be of Jackson! county for letters of lis
published onca a week for thesp-iceof months .dmini:4iration of the estate of John S. Randolph I Printing.CT \' visited them for the nmof of (r. C Vi-.lPLA'CK: : PlTEH.: 1. EYIUS,

p in the "Commerciil: Advertiser," a newspaper: | the of siid: county, deceis.jd. kinds f Stereotyping: finished to ord.TX. : refer to innumerable certificates: (' ,H)H 1 N JOHNSTON, ICIIARD IRVIN,
late All
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.: printed in this district, before the ensuhi; term FRANCIS! R. ELY, Executor. >- Such as will copy the aboveihr. most respsctable gentlemen in the .Jc'l IdnXOCJfAX: : C. Y. 8 It00SfVELT,
I aul each H.- Newspapers JOIN' I. PALMER: E. T). IIUKLULTiKO.
of said Court, re juirin< said defendants, Marianni, Feb.! 1 Is', 1'; H. feb.: ftm .,-, .;rn s., nrevimis to November! next will be 1). ,
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vt: HUI'entitle P. it'i lnLLAlnJ.j l POLLEN
otherwise the Jilt
and
of them, tl) : answer, in will this ,
I appear; making a bill of lour pursuit pleasure we say
: Ml MIS! !iaving claims against < wnphmants: bill will be taken pro confrsso OTICK.- pers three insertions. we intend! to ofter inducements! enough
of the LOWEM.IIOLUROOK.Tae .
N times the amount
;ainst them (a copy-teste.) TIOm3ViHiUlII, late of Jacixson: county, JAMES: CONNER & SON.NewYorkJn'ie Warm Spriivz- the Saratoga: of the undersigned have been appointed
GEO. F. HALT/SELL, Clerk. deceived, are re'pmvd' to present: the! sime duly b. Hou. than ; agents
jeS 3in intend to keep a tter e :
: 1H. of tin above and .
1st, Company, are empowered to i.
3th: ISII. ftI1m nticltel:! witiun:: tin time prescribed by lawor _
attt :
Apalachicola: Miy kept,(and it i-siid; that wenener.illy loss
of insurance
( in bar of their I I s'.ie p/licies against or damage
will be re-
this notice pli-.id JB. Grny,
Ttio'.sms entirelv
: Franklin Superior: Court. ; good one.) Onr Reds are all; by tire, on as favorable terms as other good ofSceiNOURSE .
All indebted to said estate are Tailoring
HAVING opened a
covery. persons have: all been repaired, ; nd I the & STONE
AT CHAMBERS.( re-juested to make immediate settlement. Establishment in the room lately ,
; lJ presents ;i nt'd beautiful: :1T1'p.r- *
I Robert May, comp't., )) THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator.Mariantm occupied by D. H. Pallais Es j. temperature: oft'io} atlT'oslllf'rf'; H tine, --ApolachicolaMarch--- --- 23,1S44- <-- 46Waterst.

.i.; *':". I I IN CHANCERY.Curtis Jin. ]19th 1> 11. jan22 6m -- watch-maker, directly over Mr. >ter seldom i-i-i'g olirvr: Si I*. d." TPI':!. mIJR ..tETiI1SUHANCE: COMPANY 01'Ha

and Griswold, et al., J[ ---- --- ---- -- --------- F. Kopman's store, where he is i in as good order t" t they.n hp,and I 1. .I ford, Conn.-The undersigned agent!; tot

defendants the Court j j"TT J from alfid! :! ivit fil"dLin Tnx Notice i: \ ii prepared to execute all orders in t of those who hw.ot paid IH a I the said Company!; ", is prepan d to is i -ne policies

appearhg: : to said Lewis Curtis and conformity with a-\ Ordinance, pissed by tr \ a workmanlike manner, and trusts ", describe t them : they are f iI': nnrnh-jr, Insurance aganist Fire, aid: los.or damage on

this cju-e, tint of the Apahchicola IN Mayor and Council; of the City of Apa-: it: i I to give general satisfaction to s jiwre; in the clear, with a dre! '.;in:; rivers, o.i ivtn.ble: terms. Tle: capital; ot t the

Geor;:! Gri4.\01J aid, trusts said John: M.; Bernen and h:1irol.l.1arch: 22d: Isll, entitled "An Ordinance \iSt L,.= _- those: who may favor him with to each and are !?o arranged a..: to above rr.icpanv: ".s 1 rgf aid: invested in .the safest

LiuJ Company: dfte-idauts in said cause, to rais-i a Revenue for the use of s-iid Ciy.! ;_ -:: their patronage.March : to any depth required : our Serins; : possible ir.ann-r,<''f.1! its settlement ot losses has

David; SelJjn, the who lmitofthis are Territory, to wit: I I, P ter Hobart, City Tax Collector have this! : 23: 114.:' I : of thirteen} hundred callous of always I hef-n pruij: :;'.., I il.er'l.i
reside bevond
and will I I the l the said! Curtis and Griiiwold, in the state of New day levied upon, on Tailoring: I \ ; temper.iture .. .

York and the said Berrien a-id Selden, in the next, at 11 o'clock, A. \1., in front ot the TERMS: Cash on lJelil'l'T1Sp /. -4 } i; 1)0) decree! The( analv: ..is a taken by Apalar'i"1 1-'C."a- -; ..--'"---_is.-i-h __ ___ ___
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.I state of Georgia.: i It is ordered, that a notice be Apal-ichiccila Exchange, 'r'5c.d; to sill.t 'Miblic 71.!. and Summer Fashions just rcr.eiutd. State Geologist! t. is as follows : I.: :,t'I': 'fli'r. ;;, !.t !r.'l" ti\l. I P: ;'t1:1'N;
of four months to the highest: bidvler, sn much of the iol- the level} of t V 73:1: ] ieH- rI'I ..* t* *
published! once: weelc lor tne spice outcry THE subscriber r3ppcttullyri above f'a. I.\.':T: I I.i i* c i 0MAN-': 'll'IId> ,
'' scribi-d a-t will hrin!! double! !I 2-;." 7r cubic inch(> -
lo-.vinu! jimperty \vin pint or ; ,
in tile "Conynercul Advertise, a newspaper informs the Citizens of Apalachicola Conn., v.lib: I rnl! l h; i.1'r to re>v.i; prrj ,2 l do.1to
before the ensuing term I tie! atnount: annexed, together with all[ co"ts andct.Irz jp' ; : ; \' (0.9fS! -d :-till!..d \vat.-r lwng:: 1 ,(fIOt().
diitnct : tn".IIblc
this that
having Urrrs
in othtr.rood
printed and its vicinity, is 1II' polici CI n :1'* us
aibnnic nciI! gas.. ,2 cubic! inchf
of sile.Blocks. :
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and eiciiof !
of said Court, repiiriug said defendants, I\{ for the Summer located himself at rf llyilro.:!on,. . . . a trae- -. ptTiceif: i prepared to r .ure ; go1rns; l.sir -
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them, to appear aid answer: otherwise the Lr-t?. : To ,vh.ui'i- -$: '-I!> .'io\ : the Office of R. J. Moses, Esq.on Carbonate of Lane . . 1 raill. ii.n'iLre:: b\' r;rl'1 :rd: al.-.o to t'lkesr: p.. lrllll-

complainants: bill will be take pro confesso: ;, -:H- J '- l'l Chestnut street, KS prepared, and of Iron..3 !5 grains. L:::1d n.4.. 'i 1 he; reputation o! tls: ron 1"1\;.. fr
A. 1'. I Bennett .. . 22 I UI(JIJ'
against them. (a copy-teste) .J ) :i' '1' will be pleascd-un reasonable of Ma rie.-ia .. . .10 09 grains. ?{-tlr.i: ; losses vuth pn-mptitw'e i..cll! :>.r 'lit)- N: r.i l"

GEJ. K. HAL TZELL, Clerk. C.) 1'> ', .u terms-to execute all oldeN in his .- of the Water, winter arid sum- well kn i\n. DAN'L J. LA\ "
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.. Apalachicola May 3Jth! IS 14. jel im ,-.::) ..). & ,) } C. E Iart1ett :.f\\ s:: li.ie business, in the latest styles : >es." -\I'laehicIIl.\, Aprils, 1 SI.1.Wm. .

y Court. '! a L. flinlsll,. . . 2 :'i:) ..- and warranted to suit. Road has been finished expressly: [ : ,9'

Franklin CIIAI Superior EIU. II' .1 I J. C. Birdal.... . 2)1)Fl N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to. three miles in length; it leads to thr. Sydney Green Iff. I).

AT 0 &. l2 C.11hou t &. Bass: .. . 1/1111)/ I)' JAS. C. COLEMAN. Mountain, wh'rc011 behold one of D IL {;R EE... talif-s: this (}riniiity et txprer-

Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't. Al 1 JohnEsans,. . . 251)1i ..Apalachicoh June 1st, JS11. jet tf a '. views in Georgia. A good sins hi.rltituce; to hits patrons ; an" toa:;. urer'lMii
: endeavor
v;. that it shall: be his con:tant to rea

Dod e,McDuugald,Calhoun 1i 1 &. fJ C. Edmondson,. . :.).(!J 00Imp'd I,. .LeGay, also been madv! to the well known d''r 1'initflf: nu,rr useful in Lis IJlOfesoiln.Ot1i ::: .
:)&. S only Jths of a mile from the Ctrntre, near Water tieet, dec25-
the : on
and Bass; trustees of E2 11 John Gilmore,. . . :! 5''] (AT TIlE OLD STAND OK JACOB FOGLE,) Spring si said by all who have seen it, ----

Franklin Land and Apalachicola .13 6 F'. H. Grilluii. . . 1 (ii) COLUM3U!<, GEORGIA. finest cold water ;in the world. L. \1" Spralf

r" ; Lot Company; IN C1IA: :; EPY. 1 9} Estate of John Gillispie, 2 :) TAKES this method of inform- ements at the Springs are varioti.- A 1TOINECOUELLOR.: AT LAW."IITILL .
Lewis Curtis and George . 73'') ;.Z ? inS the Public, that he has just reid in this All
C2 (j & 7 Jacobllarvey,. d- ; is opened nightly and the services ; f.r ih' future : city.
Griswold, trustees of the Imp'd A2 7 John Kern,.. . . :J OImp'd -' r. '" returned from New York, with a be t :\Musicians; this section cf the V r *' who hi\e committed K'jj'Jl buwness-'te hu

Apalachicoh: : Land Co. ; 10 3 John Kennedy, . . 250 new and splendid assortment of > to take charge of it. care while a rL'idnt <>f Quiacy, wrli plHt.se ad.

L Myers, assignee in S 2 J. C. Love,.. . . 3 (if) JEWELRY.Consisting .. engaged devote time exclusively this dres! ? him at thibIace.. he will continue a regn-
bankruptcy of Gcoree.'V. 3 ) \Villiam Low.. . . 3 OIJn'2 in ;);rtIGldand Silver Watches, a fld to our tar atter.danci upon the courts of Jack?('n and
17 : of visitorand we hope
defendants. I I them the comfort our Gadtdens cm.itie.s, und the Court of Appeals ti
:
Rosa, ) .. 5 00 new pattern of beautiful Bieastpins-imong
Charles
- II McKinney, all and that '
affidavit filed in between us, to please: see 1'i lhih.iee.
appearing to the Judje:;: by .J. \Iartin.. . :. . o1 :!:3lmp'd some DIAMONDS: of the first t water-Gold andSilver Water
said Daniel McDougald! James Imp'cl E2 10 Gold ;} di3 ati5fir d. Mr. and :Mrs.: Johnson OShcp: over \\ A Wood's, No. 23 street
this that i Gold and Silver Pencils,
causa r
Thimbles
Lewis Curtis A2 6 Mitchell Mar/.ell,. . :323Jno. charge the house, S. R. B. too, wily} Apalachicola, Jan. b, 18-14.
L. Bass Fob
S. Calhoun and Charles : ; : E2 5 T. Myrick,. .. 50;) and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and
t and George Griswold ; and Myers, reside Chains Silver Plated Castors, Ma.itle attention. James F. 1'ari-ior,
11 Joseph Mitchell,. . 4 50 Spoons,
beyond the limits of the Territory to wit : the Fl Clocks fine Knives, &.c. &c., which he will selllow will be the s.me as heretofore, PORT WARDEN ANL NOTARY PUBLIC
P S the E2 9 K. McKenzie,. . . 5 OuR. month for Board and Lodging. B.itlu,
in state
aid McDourald: Calhoun and Myers, for cash. Apalachicola, Fla.
in the HI 1 & 17 Muitland( & sons,. 7 00 fine stock of goods i is kept here, and
the said Curtis and Griswold of Farrior&
of Georgia; and Jos Mitchel. tj o;> FULl JEWELED GOLD WATCHES AS CHEAP May always be found at the otKce
Peter
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III J & 12 35 miles
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state of New York and the said Bass in the state prices. These Springs, are Co. No. Water st. He would respectfully solicit -
; SEVENTY DOJL RS. 14
; 15 8 A. J. Norm,. . . 3 IJU! and 10 miles south of Green-
of Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub- 30 7 O.den & Ferguson, . I :!3ImP'dC2 All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired, will, in reaching I the patronage of his friends and acquain.
months fineno ditliculty
of four
lished once a week for the space 00 Oan'l. RyanJohn . . :32") xvirranted to perform well.N. tances. dec25
the connect I -
the all daily
before the ensuing; term of this: Court in B. Persons residing in Apalachicola, times as Stages
Ri-ian . . :! 2.1
A 00 : I
in Imp'cl > Savannah Autu ta. :Macon & Ovens
printed ()mt ry, > Ligon ,
Advertiser
Commercial a newspaper . . 3 00 ;lo'i; the river, wishing their Watches or
Frank White
A2 2 and (; 'l\'ilil> and
this District, requiring said defendants to appear Imp'd I Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to with Columbus ree ATTORNEY'S At COUNSELLORS AT LAW
75
and answer: otherwise the complainants bill shall 7 1 Thos. L. Wingate..2,.. . .... uo them by trustworthy hand?, during the boatiti t"V daily from both places here so there I Abbeville and Troy Ala-
be taken pro confesso: against: them. 1-2 15 ileiiry season, can have them repaired by Mr. LeGay disappointment. A four horse Stage WILL practice in the County; and Circuit

(copy teste) PETER HOBERT, and returned with nearly the same despatch: Columbus: three times a week by the ot the counties Montgoi ery, Pike

GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. City Tax Collector. though: his establishment were in Apalachicola.Columbi for the Springs. Cotl'ce, Dale, Henry and Barr/ciir, composing the

Apalachicola, May 31st. 1., t t. jet 4m Apalachicola, June 7th. HJ-1. jetS 6m ';, Ga.; Oct. 1": IS 13.: 40 tflievanl I ,. will be ready to receive Com eighth Judicial 1 Circuit of the Stte of Alabamt
I the tirst
WOODSOX L. LIGON,
lv Apatachicollistrictof Florida. Commission Rusiiicss $2i0 I May.SEYMOUR: R. BONXER.WLL1 Abbeville Henrv co., Ala.

f In Superior Court-Franklin County. I New 0iii;:March l'2th, 18 t-t. WHEREAS, on the night of the ISth instant AM G. JOHNSON. HASTINGS OWENS,

Alphonse Loubat, } IN CIL\ CERV. {;t-: WITH a knowledge of bu.iness derived house of George- S. Hawkins Springs are so well known! that we Troy, Pike co., Ala.

,':1. from an experience of more than twenty years i in Esq., was destroyed by lire, and supposed to it nece.-siry to trnv ')le the! publicifh a -* Reftrs taCo -

David D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage. Commercial l and other business pursuits, and good the act of some mcendisyy.: Now therefore, 1 of certificates i sitIing i forth flieirclanns }. A McAllister, )

IT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the facilities, the undersigned tender their services, virtue of the powers in me vested, as Mayor .) (It the invalid as well[ as the te:1. A J McAllister, ] Henry co,Ala.M .

David D. Churchill, the above defendant, as COMMISSION: MERCHANTS: for the pur- the City of Apalachicola, I hereby otter a he.itr.'j; : ind pleasureWe 'viil therefore! .ij. Jefferson Buford, Eufcula, Ala

resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and chase and sale of all kinds of Produce, and Foreign of TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY the ::ttenti.uf t the: rei'br to the fol- Hon'le. Jas E Belter, Montgomery Ala.

out of the Territory of Florida, but within the and Domestic Goods. for the apprehension and conviction of the : \ ; from D ct. J. J. Boy.vcll:: of Colum [;(11'1. John Dill, Fort Gaiues Ga.

United States: It is ordered that publication be Their business! will be conducted upon estab- or persons committing the act ; and it is Messrs.: Chester & McGriff Apal'a. Fs.
made in some newsparer published! in the city of with view to returns and of all Officers and go March2'id
lished principles and a prompt enjoined required COLUMBUS, IS 14. January 25th: 184-1. jan29 tf
Apalachicola, once a week for four months, requiring for all sales effected, and answers: : to all citizens to use diligence in detecting()fl nJer -It is due you ?s I1'c"mmod.Jting. -- -- -

him to appear and answer the said bill of orders with which they may be favored. Given under my hand, in the City of Apalachicola proprietor of the Warin pri-i: s; of Kales oirhu1.Iae. .

complaint on or before the expiration of tint Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of this 20th day of June A.D. Ib 1-1. ( county: -It is due the 1'11hEc1:0: I rUE following are the Rates of Wharfageoirj

timp, or the said bill will be taken as confessed Cotton or other Produce will he duly honored on je22 It DAVID G. RANEY. Mayor. to lave l their own hmncs :tilt! ;iiv-sides Cotton, \Merchandise &c. landed orship.oed

Against him, and such further order given in thepremises receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special sickly season, to sevk i ]1'la 'f wWie I) from the Wharf this Port

as to the Court may seem justice. agreement for funds at maturity, with advices ofresponsibility Au Orniiiuiicc enjoy healrh, and all the comfits of On Cotton, per bale, landed,. . .6J cents.On .
BALTZELL Providing for the arrest of offenders &c. "
GEO. F.
Copy-Teste.) shipped..6
drawers.FOWLEDECOIN&CO.
( of and refined society, to oint them to
the ;
I;. BRANCH Clerk. Section 1. Be it ordained by Mayor On Goods barrel landed estimating
J. & ., Council of the City of Apalachicola, Tnat; in Springs. In it* Topour.iphuru! situa; per (

,. Solicitors for Compl'ts.Apalachicola mar30 Om 7S Pearl street.COPARTNERSHIP complaint being made of the i is tinohIlestiontity| : inferior to ro; W. !,"urig ; rive cubic feet or 201) lbs.
!" Feb. 2';, IS U. mll-ln cases of any, upon ordinance of said city to the Mayor, I the L'uited tate. The Mediciml: vir- nelt, e"pial to a barrel)..... .... .3"

Fnuiklin Superior Court. \OTICE.-THOS. M. shall have full power and authority to i issue: : Waters from the Chemical analysis sub' : On ioeds, pf.-r harrels-l-iipped..3 "
; firm of DOYLE &
warrant directed to the Marshal of said city, to the public by the States Geologist, has Saltpersacklandeth..3 .c
!
1S11.
Term
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Spring; BUTMAX: Trianztc Buildings, New Orleans mand him to arrest: the person or ner-ons: l'pped..3
will influence Rheu
A. G. Scmmes, } has this day associated with him in business, Mr. I plained against, and detain him, her or them Bronchitis exert a Laryngitis happv\ Hipertitis over Diar- Wood, per cord ...... . I ... .25 cc"
r vs. S. Damages $500-Attatchment. HENRY BIDU'ELL, and will continue the otherwise ordered by the :\!.IY'lr. ; ; ; \' ; '
Lumber, per M feet. .- . .,
and 1 all diseases- the S
Elias Simpson Be it further ordained That in all cas ; ; Dispepsy, u
Business Sec.2
) Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commission Bricks I per M,. . .'. .'
and all persons interested are at the old !stand under the name and firm when judgment may be rendered in the! Kidneys. ** u
THE.defeohnt . .
S'lingles, 1.Sacks .
institution of the above suit of h DOYLE & BID WELL." I Court against: any person iW violation!) of any ';oI..in this note to you sir, I have only ; per

and are required to appear and plead as required THO M. DOYLE the ordinances of aid city, tluj Judge of ; with the earnest solicitations: of some U cf meal, corny oats I,

by law. A. G. SEMMES.Apalachicoh : HENRY BID WELL. Court may remit "Hich portion of saiJ judgment! who have been either r.'itficalh cured oilier merchandise contair .t.).. U
h'
I in his he when its ": not husl.!
opinion may proper < of Waters more t
curatives
benefited the the
Jan. 3m
ell
1%, 1S44. apl'20 by shipped
1m use,
1st 1844. jyG .
; New Orleans July that such offence was committed under : All lumber, salt or merer; vesselS,
Springs.; em other
Franklin Superior Court.Spring circunstances. board vessels: or steam-boats ,
dear sir with sentiments of l.igh, cOfsi- will be
co-partnership heretofore ex Passed by Council 30th: May 1344.LJAV1J /rtiewnaribe ,
Term NOTICE.The tfcnmboat9
i 1S44.Hyllycr puce between Hie subscribers, !! (;. HA:;EY: !;Y\'or. ) "vour obedient servant : or raffs-lying
i
Bush & Co. ___ d1lrt.'d w11ufaO"e'
: O:1e: : v
J. J. BOSVvT.LL.; larJdVhartiuge
under th firm of MOORE &, McKFNZIE, i is this merehar.dise :
vs. > Foreclosure: of An Ordinance \ Cotton or1er
0 Mortgage. dissolved mutual consent. S. R. Bonncr. on 0gnee and when sliip
Wm H. Shepherd. ) day by JOHN M. MOuRE, To raise a Fund l lor the City Hospital. Springs, MerriwetherCo.Ca.rl :? L "d. to paiciby trie Cee bill ;or Lading.

fTiiE; defendant: aid all persons interested are WILLAM! : A. McKENZIE. Section 1. Be it Ordained li: if,: ..Ma.Jr. pod hy the p3rtv t3kflandiqa enumerated
JL hereby notified of the institution of the above Council of the City of.1prllruhlru l1, That All tor-ds. anc1 rn noF
Apahchicola, May 18, ISM.] OIL, .c.-7.r;, kegs White! Loud: ; t.'crrespondm;ates.
suit and that I will apply to the of the above will '
Judge ------'- and after the first day of September neM, Mack Paint 10 cln Green be at the
kegs amboats lying
;
1_ Superior: Court of 11 Frankin County, at tie Spring ELLISON & CO. otter lor sale an cxtenrfrive following taxes shall be levied upon ill i'a..sent; Yellow Ochre ; 5: bbl Linsud Oil; Veasels. li' hteN'f. dischr.ing; : cargo,
I term of said Court, 154 1, for a foreclosure: of saidmort B Merchandize suitable fo- each ; Wharf lnng'Clr
assortment arriving in said City by sea, vrLp ni Spirits Turpentine ; : and 1nj V for the t'lse ol berth lltrtUTeHand
1iI'. A. G. SEMMES: Plfl's \tfy. the Spring trade, consisting of every passenger by sea, coastwise, tie: sum cf ( Oil will hp : day, and tO
Aihicola, Nov. 21 I, IS; I 11. .\ 'l'!>)))3tn :> Sperm ; fifty cents per
---- Groceries S ; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes; cents. and upon) each and every passenger: : I Brushes, assorted, for sale by sum of ( ( (rfenat/Iandinr discharging.

1 Frnirklin Superior Court. x onnets and I Palui Lea'filats; Fancy Goods ; by sea from any foreign country, the sum of ;; I. DODGE & GARDNER, !give \\..1to ,.e'.1 Article ot rue Regulations of the

Win. L:1'rencc'S.: Crockery and (ilossware; Hardware; dollars. -10 water st The rollog. Chlmber: of Commerce. will be

\'looclw3rC', Brushes: &c &c. mar30NCONlNMENTthihds Sec. 2. Be further ordained, That the ApalachiclI'
\ toU :-
.
..
.
I > Bill of 11 iorce. .- ------- ---- vessel strictly ad'ge
arriving
Elizabeth: Lawrence: formerly ; : CHOCKIRYV" er or master of each and every I "; AND WI N ES.-:Brandy-Otard, S of cotton shall be allowed ll ret
(\ :
Eliziheth Burns. this port, after the first of September 11C'"tt. & 'Go's; A S'eiu'nette's. Cons.eir cotton to remain on the wharf, and
vVaTe, assorted, for country trade; render without under oath to the for etTpurehac
d.-fendant in this cage will take notice Leftwich delay -Holland, anchor brand. days a two lays without incurring
A.
Cowing Tobacco! manufactured -
THE on the first diy of October nc\t: I will ? by surer of said city, a true and full amount of I -Old Scotch: ; .1cinmongi falter notification by the wharfin'wharfr'
Va. brand !
_a Smithin some superior cross ; passpnajers arriving in his vessel, and s-iid -Old Madeira: : : ; icily old Port they sh'-'
: proceed to take the depositions; of Timothy Dry Good Hardware and ; pure ; \t to remain a longer time,
the above case at the Clerk's Ollice in the Cityof Hollow and, Tin Ware Cuttlery; or master of such Vessel, shall pay to the Tr Champaign, t fcr: sale; byDOUIE thev'ow.jn extra wharfage of 61 cents per bale, k!
the surer of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each & GARDNER i I flCt there-
remains
which and .
Apalacbicola! at time place Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c. twenty-four hours that it
the said defendant miy attend.R. ALSO every passenger, for which tax the vessel ) .1'') Watt .t I.I.C'p' \V Ol.rl and lUrrber shall not be allowtd.to-
: ; Pl'lT.: also be held liable; and any owner or ,, tl without In.
J. MOSES for ; hours
Att'y Sugar, Coflee, and Canal Flour; :such vessel l, refusing or neglecting to comply G. PORTER 4\o CO., olii-r for f sale a }large ,.'iaiti rnore than twenty-four hours
Apalachicoh, June 2", 1st t. je20 3m Old extra wharfage fcr twenty-four
Sherry Wine in selected urn? an
well
.- cases ; the provisions of this ordinance shall be and stock of DRY GOODS, '
All of which will be !sold very low for cash. said in the of dollars. ol'Cloths:- her:1fh'r/ ,t ,,
In Jackson Superior Court, city t penalty: fifty monthly for ccUon.
To the Spring Term, 1514.I DAVID (G. RANEY, Sec.; 3. Be it further ordained. That the Casimeres, and Kerseys; All hills will presented I NOURSE & sTONE.
jan29! 43 \Vat.-street.. 1: .
I James Boon, ) arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets; ,
>. 1S-13.-
T'l'
ihrhi .t.
V3. LIBEL FOR DIVORCE. 1)MNTSOILGLAS5&c. and used only for the benefit of the City -' Foieinn and Domestic Prints; r A, : -- _ship

under such the and Brown Drillings and Irish Linens 'VlAllis" IJURereived! per
PiptVCl oon. ) .1 100 kegs White Lead; ; regulations as Mayor ; : i 1. 1A

iE defendant} in sail case, will take notice ."> bbU Linseed Oil; 5: fl0 Lamp; may prescribe.1 Bleached anti unbleached Sheetings; / _) i\hirl.nna-

TI that we shall: proceed to take the testimony 75; box.s Glass-issorted sizes; Passed by Council 20th June, lS-11. Shirtings : 10 dozen Cane Seat Made Chairs,

of Dr. Natlun J. Pitfman, William Gav, William toO lbs rdezris: ; Paint Brushes; _DAVID G. RANEY. \ }" Cotton Osnaburgs; 3 curled "

Proctor and J\nes Barnes, E-1', on Monday the Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead &.c., &c. & BAGGING.-Northern Bale every other article in their linelaPted J c'1 2 Boston Rocking Chairs" ,

t ) sixth day of :Miy next, at lit< o'clock A. .1.: at Just received, and for ale by ROPE India Bagging, .. by country trade. y 1 U Mahogacy, Wedsteads ,

; the store of BiUle & Brothers, Rockv !\IOl1lt.Nort' B. S HAWLEY, ap20( R EJ r.JSOl1.., 33 Water len Butter, Also-?ot s, S.deho.ud.s. Bureaus ?
BUTTER.17 G
()e Curled mj;
kegs
\ Carolim! hv interrogatories now filed with jet cor. Chestnut & Commerce sleets.SWEDES New "York Washstands, sold
; the Clerk of said Ourt.YON1E. rfRANSPARENTW ',, vV BLINDS prime article, just received frog 3tht'rs, &.c., ail of which} will be HQBARr.

& TAYLOR, IRON.-Assorted sizes just received ...'. ". -ted patterns. Morea. For sale byNOURSE STONE, \.lash. by PETER .tmarcM

\ Solicitors for Complainant. sale by B ELLISON &. CO., For sale by J :| .LISON & CO., I *Water 8tre t.

J Mamnni, April lid, 1844. ap9 1mV I ap27 33 Water street. ap20 33 Water .I? i



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