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VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1844. [NUMBER 34.


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


CARDS.

N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUMBUS, &c.&c.
ADVERTISEMENT S..


mr~ TS7 Ta LL M, L yS7 m MLvn O^T)A
No. 136 Water & 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.


Anudrew f.- COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
janl5 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla.


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


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


S. B. IHamilton,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
dec1 ly dpalachicola, Fla.

N. Miller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Corner Water and Chesnut streets,
Apalachicola. novel ly
H. R. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.


impededin its navigation by a succession of high
floods for weeks together, proves itself utterly un-
safe and ill adapted for the transportation of the
mail: And whereas, since the abandonment of the
afroresaid route, the public have sustained great
injury and loss, occasioned by the detention and
delay of the mails, besides their frequent failures;
and in addition to all this disappointment, a seri-
ous detention and delay of passengers: There-
fore,
Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative
Council of the Territory of Florida, That our
Delgate in congress be, and he is hereby earnest-
ly requested to urge upon Congress the absolute
necessity and propriety of a re-establshment of the
mail on this important route, it being the main
communication by stage between New York and
New Orleans in the winter season, subject to less
accidents from bad roads and high waters, than
any other, most speedy and safe, best adapted'to
facilitate the certain and eflfectual transportation
of the mail and travellers.
Be it further Resolved, That.as soon as the fore-
going preamble and these Resolutions shall have
been adopted, a certified copy of the same be
forthwith transmitted to the' Honorable David
Levy, also to the Post Master General.
[Approved 14th March, 1844.
Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREAs, The establishment of a mail route
from Cedar Keys, to intersect the central line
from Tallahassee to Jacksonville, East Florida,at
Columbus in Columbia county, would be of great
'importance to the citizens of Madison, Alachua,
Columbia and Hamilton, Florida, there being no
communication by imail between those places: and
whereas, that portion of the country bordering on
Suwanniee river is being settled by an enterprizing
and industrious community, the products of whose
industry is every year increasing; already amounts
to a very considerable item in the commerce of
Florida, and whereas, Cedar Keys is the principal
depot for all the exports as well as the imports of
this section: Therefore,
Be it Resolved by the Governor and Legislative
Council of the Territory of Florida, That our
Delegate in Congrss be requseted to lay before
that Honorable body this matter in its proper
light, and use his best exertion to procure the es-
tablishment of a mail route between those places.
Be itfurther Resolved, That a copy of this Pre-
amble and Resolution be signed by the proper of-
ficers, and forwarded to our Honorable Delegate in
Congress, and to the Post Master General of the
United States.
Approved 14th March, 1844.

Resolution.
Resolved by the Governor and Legislative
Council of the Territory of Florida, That Messrs.
James T. O'Neille, Daniel Vaughan, Joseph Hig-
ginbotham, R. W. Kirkland and Nathan Norton,
Jr., be, and they are hereby appointed Commis-
sioners, whose duty shall be, on or before the
sixth day of November next, to take into consider-
ation the expediency of relocating the county site
of Nassau county; and if to them it shall appear
necessary shall, and are hereby authorized, to se-
lect some eligible location, as near the centre of
the county as practicable, whereon to locate a new
county site.
[Approved 14th March, 1844.
Preamble and Resolutions
WHEREAs, it has been the policy of the Gov-
ernment of the United States, to induce immigra-
tion, whereby many persons having coime into
Florida since its cession from Spain, and therein
expended their time, means and labor, for many
years, in preparing homes, and making subsisten-
ce for themselves and children: And whereas,
emigrants and settlers had looked with confidence
to the Government of the United States, for pro-
tection and safety against the wandering bands of
Indians, which protection was its duty, and with-
in its power to give: And whereas, the war
which commenced, and was for a long time con-
tinued, under the frequent assurances from Gov-
ernment, of peace, to the great loss of life, and to
the destruction of the renewed hopes of the in-
habitants, and in many instances to the entire des-
truction of their property and means of livelihood:
And whereas, the people of the Territory of Flo-
rida had neither the ability nor the right to raise
money tor the outfit and maintenance of troops for
carrying on the same, but thes were the duties and
perogative of the General Government only, of
which it has assiduously maintained the direction
and control thereof.
Be it Resolved, unanimously, by the Governor
and Legislative Council of the Territory of Flo-
rida, That the depredations upon property, made
by the Seminoles and other Indians, is a loss to the
settlers of Florida, for which the' Government of
the United States is bound in justice to make a
fair and early reparation.
Resolved further, That the Honorable, the De-
legate in Congress, from the Territory of Florida,
is requested to make an earnest appeal to the
Government of the United States, for the payment
of losses of property suffered from Indian depreda-
tions, and rhat a copy of this preamble and these
resolutions, be communicated to him by the Se-
cretary of the jHouse of Representatives of the
Legislative Council.
[Approved 14th March, 1844.

Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREAS, the direct route leading from New-
nansville to Fort King, a distances of about sixty
miles is destitute of a road.


Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That the Honorable David Levy, our Delegate in
Congress, be requested to use his best exertions to
obtain an appropriation of two thousand dollars,
for the opening. of a road from Newnansville, com-
menceing at the direct road leading from St. Au-
glitine to Tallahassee, thence running a south-
wardly direction, and intersect the military road
leading from Black Creek, to Tampa Bay, Fort
Brook, at or near Fort King.
Be it further Resolved, Ttat as soon as this
preamble and resolutions shall have been passed,
and signed by the proper officers, a certified copy
of the same, be forwarded forthwith, to the Hon-
orable David Levy, our Delegate in Congress.
Approved 14th February, 1844.

Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREAS, the establishment of a mail rout from
the City of Apalacbicola to Marianna, would af-
ford many facilities to the numerous citizens resi-


ding at St. Andrews Bay, and on the Econfena
river: And whereas, no mail passes nearer Yhese
places than Holme's Valley, a distance of more
than twenty-five miles, to those citizens, a matter
of great inconvenience.
Be it therefore resolved by the Governot and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress, be, and he is here-
by requested, to use his best endeavors, to procure
the establishment of a mail route from Apalachi-
cola, via St. Joseph St. Andrews, and Econfena,
to intersect with the Alligator route, at Marianna.
.,,e it further Resolved, That the above resolu.
tion shall not in any way, change the present mail
rout to the city of Apalachicol, by steam boats.
Be it further Resolved, That a copy of the fore-
going preamble and resolution, be forwarded to
the Honorable David Levy, our Delegate in Con-
gress; also, to the Post Master General.
[Approved 1i4th March, 1844,
Resolutions for compensation to the Chaplains of
the Senate and House of Representatives.
Resolved, by the Governor and Legislative Coun-
cil of the Territory of Florida, That our Delegate
in Congress, be requested to use his best exer'
tions, to procuer an appropriation of four dollars
per diem, for the payment of the Reverend Doc-
tor Yeager, for his service as Chaplain of the Sen-
ate, and a similar compensation for the Reverend
Joshua Phelps, Chaplain of the House of Repre-
sentatives, during the present session; and that al-
lowance be made in each annual appropriation, to
pay such'officers.
* Be it further Resolved, That a copy of these re-
solutions be signed, and forwaded to the'Honora-
ble David Levy. our Delegate in Congress.
[Approved 14th March, 1844.
Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREAs, The county of Dade is at present
without funds, for the purpose of educating the
poor and orphan children, resident in said county,
and have at present, no way of providing a fund
for that purpose, and a school is about to be estab-
lished in the county of Monroe, for the purpose of
educating the poor and orphans of said county :
Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That for the present, and until Dade county shall
have sufficient means to raise a fund for the above
mentioned purposes, the poor and orphan children
of Dade county, shall be entitled gratuitously, to
tuition, in the free school of Monroe county, after
said school shall go into operation.
[Approved 14th March, 1844.
Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREAS, the inhabitants of thatpart of West
Florida, lying on the Western side of the river
Choctawhatchie, are, and have been laboring un-
der great inconveinences, on account of there be-
ing no established Ferry on said river any where
from the Alabama line to the Gulf of Mexico, a
distance but very little short of one hundred miles:
and whereas, said river being impassable at any
stage of water (without swimming) the people of
Walton county, most of home live in the south-
ern part of said county, and at the greatest distan-
ce from any ferry on said river, as well as those of
Santa Rosa and Escambia counties, who are conm-
pelled to travel some sixty or eighty miles out of
the direct course, to get to Tallahassee, there be-
ing no road nor ferry leading in a direct course.
The United States mail is weekly crossing said ri-
ver in a canoe, and after passing up and down said
river a distance of several miles, which is a great
hazard, and frequently causes a delay of said mail:
and whereas, by reference to the appropriations
made for the Territory of Florida, it will be seen
that very little has ever been made for that part
of Florida lying west of the Apalachicola: and
for the last ten or more years no appropriation has
been made for the benefit of the poeple west of
Marianna, except at Pensacola,; ,and it is equally
as true, that no people in this Territory laborun-
der greater inconveniences, for want of a road than
the people West of Marianna, and particularly
those west of the Choctawhatchie river; and
whereas, from the advantages afforded naturally,
for the opening of a road and the building of brid-
ges, from Webbville, in Jackson County, to Uch-
eeanna in Walton county, and from thence to
Milton, in Santa Rosa county, it is fully ascer-
tained, that the appropriation necessary to be
made would be small, when compared with fa-
cilities and benefits, that would be derived from
such an appropriation, and whereas the United
States mail, now carried in two horse coaches
from Marianna, via. Geneva, Almirante and Mil-
ton, to Pensacola, is travelling out of its direct
course a distance more than sixty miles, and over
worse road than it would have to travel, by going
the proposed route by Ucheeanna, crossing Choc,
tawatchie river, at a place known by the name
of Half Moon Bluff, via. Ucheeanna and Milton,
to Pensacola.
Be it therefore Resolved, by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is here-
by requested, to place the subject in its true light
before the Congress of the United States, and use
his best exertions to obtain an appropriation of
five thousand dollars, to be applied to the opening
of a road and the building of bridges, from Webb-
ville in Jackson county, via. Ucheeanna in Wal-
ton county, to Milton in Santa Roso county, there-
by making a more convenient and complete route
from Marianna to Pensacola, and shorten the
distance more than sixty miles.
[Approved 14th March, 1844.


Resolution-R. Burney, deceased.
Be it resolved by the SeBate and House of Re-
presentatives of the Legislative Council of Flor-
ida, That the full per diem of a member of the
House of Representatives, be allowed to the wid-
ow of the Honorable Richard BEony, deceased,
and that the Secretary of the Tertory, be, and
he is hereby required to issue the certificate of
the Honorable Richard Burney, deceased, to his
widow, for the whole amount which would have
been due the Honorable Richard Burney, had he
survived to the adjournment of the Legislature.
[Approved 15th March, 1844.

An English gentleman, travelling in the county
of Kilkenney, came to a ford, and hired a boat to
take him across. The water being rather more
agitated than was agreeable to him, he asked the
boatman if any person was ever lost in the pas-
sage. Never,' replied the boatman, my broth-
er was drowned here last week, but we found
him the next day.'


REV ky V JA U I 'IN ki.
ADOPTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, AT ITS
LAST SESSION-1844.
Preamble and Resolutions relating to the Se-
minary Lands.
WHEREAS, by act of Congress, passed as early
the 3d of March, 1823, it was enacted that an en-
tire township in each of the Districts of East and
West Florida, shall be reserved from sale, for the
use of a Seminary of Learning, to be located by the
Secretary of the Treasury. And whereas, by a
communication made by the Governor of Florida
to the Senate, it appears that only twenty-five
thousand, five hundred and forty-one acres have
been located under said law. And whereas, pay-
ment to the agent who made such location has not
yet been made, although the service has been long
since rendered.
Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is here-
by requested, to urge upon the Secretary of the
Treasury, the taking of immediate steps to com-
plete the location of two entire townships, direct-
ed to be selected, by the act of Congress.
Be it further enacted, That he be requested to
procure payment for the services rendered by the
agent who located the amount of acres above stat-
ed.
Be it further Resolved, That the said Delegate
be, and he is hereby requested, to communicate
the result of his action in this respect, as early as
practicable, that action may be had on the subject
if necessary, by the present Council.
[Approved 9th March, 1844.

Preamble and Resolutinos asking a re-appropria-
tion to repair the road leading from Jackson-
ville East Florida, to the Mineral Springs.
WHEREAS, by an act of Congress, passed on-
the 7th day of July, 1838-, appropriating ten thou-
sand dollars, to repair the road from Jacksonville,
in East Florida, to the Mineral Springs, in said
Territory, the direct mail route to Tallahassee,
but in consequence of the Indian war, the said
sum was not applied on said road as was intended,
and by operation of law the said sum has rever-
ted back to the Treasury of the United State.-
Therefore,
Be it Resolved by the Governor and Legislative
Council of the Territory of Florida, That the atten-
tion of our Delegate in Congress, be called to the
Preamble and resolutions of the Legislative Coun-
cil, approved on the 24th February, 1843, relative
to this subject, and that he do urge the reappro-
priation of the aforesaid sum of ten thousand dol-
lars, to repair the road aforesaid.
And be it further Resolved, That as soon as this
preamble and resolutions pass both Houses, and
signed by the proper officers, that a copy of the
same, duly authenticated be sent to our Delegate
in Congress.
S^Approvea 9th March, 1844.
Preamble and Rsolutions relating to the Militia
Claims of Colonel Dempsey Pittman.
WHEREAS, Colonel Dempsey Pittman, of the
third Regiment of Florida Militia, was called into
the service of the United States by an order,
emanating from an officer of the Army of the Uni-
ted States, to aid in the removal of a certain tribe
of Indians, then situated on the frontiers of Jack-
son county. And whereas, the said Colonel
Dempsey Pittman, has as yet received no compen-
sation from the United States for his services.
And whereas,'the Legislative Council, did, at the
session of 1840, pass certain resolutions recom-
mending this matter to the consideration of the
proper Department at Washington.
Be it therefore Resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress, be, and he is here-
by requested, to use his best exertions to procure
the passage of a law by Congress, providing pay-
ment for services rendered by this meritorious of-
ficer.
Be it further Resolved, That a copy of these
Resolutions, together with a copy of a Resolution,
approved 2d March, 1840, in relation to this mat-
ter, be certified by the proper officers of the Leg-
islative Council, and transmitted to the Honorable
David Levy.
[Approved 9th March, 1844.

Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREAS, in July 1840, a proclamation was
issued by His Excellency, Robert Raymond Reid,
then Governor of Florida, commanding the volun-
teer company, organised, under his previous order
in the County of Calhoun, called the Iola Volun-
teers, whereof Francis Arnou was Captain, to
hold themselves in readiness to march whenever
the public weal required it, said company to serve
for the space four months: and whereas, said com-
pany did, conformable to siad proclamation hold
themselves readygas aforesaid, for the space of four
months and scouted on several occasions through-
out the country adjoining the said County of Cal-
houn: And whereas, they have never received any
compensation for their services, either from the
United States, or the Territory of Florida.
Be it therefore Resolved by the Governor and
Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is here-
by requested to use his best exertoins to obtain
from Congress, an appropriation to pay said com-
pany for their said services.
Be it further Resolved, That a copy of the fore-
going preamble and resolutions be certified by the
proper officers, and forwarded to the Htonorable
David Levy, as soon as practicable.
[Approved, 13th March, 1844.


Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREAs, The United States mail to New
Orleans, when conveyed by the Alligator route,to
wit: via. Macon, Bainbridge, Marianna, Holmes,
Valley, Lagrange, and Pensacola, was carried with
great certainty and despatch, the road being un-
surpassed with in any county, in point ofconven-
inence for the transportation of passengers-so
much so, as to elicit expressions indicative of the
highest degree of satisfaction from travellers, as well
for the contractor as on account of the road which
was profitable to all: and whereas, the change of
route so as to go t%.; ericus, and cross the Flint
river at two plac ', reby making an addition of
bad road for mar, s through a hilly country,
and increasing th ices of the failure and de-
tention of the map crossing a river frequently


Wm. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
nov25 ly .lpalachicola, Fla.


lMcKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
novel Apalachicola, Florida.


JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
jan8 ly Apalachicola, Fla.


..I......W. A. & P. C. Kain,
C O M M I S-S-O N MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Columbus Block.
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped t
Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also ir
store, novel ly


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Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,
jan29 Apalachicola, Fla.
David G. Haney,
COMMISSION k FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tln Apalachicola, Fla.


B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.


E. R. FLEWELLEN. M. M. BUTT.
Flewellen &- Butt,
|FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola, Fla.
p Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped
to New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 6m


Kimbrough & Ridgway,:
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Apalachicola, Florida.
Wm. H. KIMBROUGH.
JOHN I. RIDGWAY.
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. decl ly


Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
.oVo. 2264 Bowery, near Rivington st.
NEW YORK. novel ly


T. H. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No,- 5n Watpr sfrPjf.
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
New York. nov1 ly


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


SHEPARD T. LiePPINcorT, WM. H. WYATT.
Lippincott & Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS, ap20 ly


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


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


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


" BLUE STORES"-TRIlANGLE BUILDINGS.
Doyle & Bidwell,
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS,
Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.

W WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and
Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly on
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows:
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2;
White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;
Green and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orange do;
FINE COLORS:-Ultamarine and Cobalt;
Allow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; English do;
Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil, Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes, from No. 1 to 6,0011,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8; Badgtr Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 11 and 1 in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubbing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do;
Whitewash and Mop do;
Dusting, Fancy and Shaving brushes;
Clothes and Hair do; Grate and Horse do;
Fancy Feater Dusters;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of
French, English and American.
OU- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats,
Shipping and Plantation use; together with a
variety of articles in the Painting line, too num-
erous to mention. jy6 ly


Mloore & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 32 Water street,
Apalachicola.


JOHN M. MOORE.
Wm. A. McKENZlE,


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novel ly


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


P. Hobart,.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE,
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street,
decl4 ly Apalachicola.


Mlichael A. MIyers,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.


H. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER.
Seward Dill & Co.
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
WC Liberal advances made on all consignments,
and business entrusted to them will be
promptly attended to
Refers to-LANE & READ, Boston.
CARY COOK, Portland, Me.
S. C. WHirrITr, Hallowell.
Apalachicola, Aug. 20. ly


S ILOT AND NAVY BREAD.-50 bbls Pilot
50 do Navy, for sale by
feb5 \V A WOOD, 23 Water st.


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CARDS.


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BY
R. A. DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN.
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Commerce & Chestnut streets,

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N. BAKER, Brpwn's Ferry, Fla.
A. S. GREEWOOD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga-









B4n,1I.RI.NGH1AAl L El-.CT-ION.-An ei-chthn 1f A a.V!LEA-'1F. PPTV.
member of Parliament for Birmingham, in place ,i .. -, id fatllv I. '.a- ottl, n a pleas-
of1 M r. SIoei l., l. l i. J i 4 rli 11i.Iu-t.. tn,-k ''" -,1" 1" 1-1Ik-'! t n a p e s
Ilaceo71 S .- ;. ._.. r. I,,,,c.ti ]Mr.,Sclh,-i>--f,..^ l the ate iKmb:.'j'.,. I r.J,,:,. i. t. rhL bil~v kUepiu^ t.e. ,atir, ual squalling-
fli tjtlir .- a iL kl S( .h r ;tJ e tt htle llai l. ,lie. r afraid tt .. ,,,t will tip over,
o-i '1 ,,. -. .:- ...: t :.1-s '-": .:-'.U a- .':.\rr ,,s -ll old ",I'.-i r a a ba d humor- he
whL.lL ard a supporter of the anti-corn law league, swea-'s_ the shall never comewith him again,
M r S | ',; -, i .r \ v s e l .-: t ,- d bj i l n.i ,: r t y f O T h e b o :. i j Ti br) C I r b r 'ii* :- s M r s S q.i i s n o s e ,
]~~ ~ i-:-l '-. %,_-1 __e.,.8 , no....
-vi-req I tiiT^Tn I-,-r bml i-i^ a-! -Tr^ n~
."..: ^ ..-- The I,,:,use f Lo,. i,' l-,ti i ,_.-,, ....ll "b,;,ard in
lIs de" e,,d a'"air-t the claim of Sit" An_ Mlwl, r", t,: 't tl1-.b:, et--lu'l.:il\ gets ho.:.ld of the
d'Es e-- to the S- i;;e 0p,,-i' .e--gr, dii 'th,--ir -" -""".heet. .i. p l l i-i o bo a
[~~~ ~ I ....21""I : .-_1 n5,el ~ .tni Ius:{, bard again--
opinion on the c,6r1' -tr. t th.e-.R,,'a I at Marri.,e'_ get a b>x. uLUtLP ear flor wEtlin'l,.is Clothes
Act. T h ., elin forthe orei n.'l udii : tih le w a %Y a. -... .- ... .-, s 0
l r,:nl., w%,-,s thot-thl act nl. h,: ted reat., ueltv andl. ,. ,ashore
inji.-4tice oo. b thu"tL.),'"rilt btith"-la,% exi-ted aud' tob ..t.- anrid theo re.t prep:.areI fish. Nogame is.
ins,_ w a ~I" t, -s.. .. ." : .. "" t" "
>' a. .. \ "l'e;t da -- le ilFul of I i l rrri It
TROOP- 1I Nl. IRE LAN.D,-A ttr, it is said, ha hli,-es.atKbn the e.iucl< and ca erns of theeearth.-
Ueel] Tei'e eivt bv .tl e o iInthe lei' f .the IF(ArfcL-. .
--" .. .. + '. :.it ar, '"r T L Ie inh e ~ te Sc, tfld n find it;
frnm the He ,rreJ_,.1iTdr. nqti, ring it "'b-ld be. at 3Li r*^ v-.h se Im ters
safe t,, w.it.';pjw s,'-,fii 01o the tr'i-p-Pi:f ,.-Irfhland. they ,.,n till atigued--?it down to rest, and
tie finlis.'v ',:1.,:i>;.7 here bt in 7 "1,.'20, 71 Ien.'f lu- 4irk'-0r1ia' lhaey I ,a n !.til e ( the way'tV-whlk 4,ver4
sire vf te, lh ~uss~ rid'p:lice a8,i tvvlve th,.,u. ve. i ,of-,ntiu1, ,.ei-1 nII e, T : ,,i equipped. 1l' .; rn.olv -! i .-n.--.L;-)I.-/ I i I i .y lie -" <,-'l'a-Old N i -
t;,-. thit iw-,;ufl-,Ib.-n.+?,se-to-fdo "qo iUtil U-fCoin- '-lpt'-'r%[{] t! .n,:lI s rehl-a4, rj Tr s ..... 1, a rcek-k irl lfI i:i.iIhi it .u e ijet be h 3liark,--Had~ be-
l.,1-L'toN-, A.ND IFLA, e. ,.l ] .i? bte,. a-i ,( seremam.- Arah.]ia f:'tei, ? a L ,-,d fish"-.-
co[,,i :,-,.l l lit? e, rln ne in itil ir t ), not (in- ^ i i., in ]lick. caffis
ly aqgpd1i t ',jpe'al btr.,-,,, butk also aWj',,t g,. r,.e t. i ,. h -. cat' i *',
flags.- A t Liieri,.l, Hthotradin lya-:2 1 l_,,i th.I t stei k9 tk i o i ,.-,ie' in h, .r i-,er 'n. l>t-r lc d
emblem i,,.ti.. o,- ii..,'i, 0n ,,..n,.,, 1.i ,' tii;'-- W-.5't,"*'*'_4= rca."hf ".r to ^e:sofie'Ygaiter:to~tbh 6^
S,.n ( ,: .- ,, p ,,4 t le. o -rnm ',i-trf,;a >nverrirm l It .--in /rer -fac,, and 'tears op,;i *fc-e sea 'offli^'~ ee
steamer .e.,11-,. til F:. m r,,r d red ,I, obnoxious: c e-- n on,, .i,-h S ,a mi -r v, -r^ The'bbys
fla-. to bet.-:,,,,do-v n. T hoe'order, in m ost cases,, t I' :I. ^ ++y
-s *b e\ .; and vhere it w s nv..t iniaI,tly .0:-l tt badl t ""' T', a, ...tred i,
!plied i'Aith, iL Was [fereiprcurily 'trt i duwnn by his st:, tired th,:v can scaroai, \\;alk. lkl0] n thanks
crmi~attd. it time t.o.',be off- -c,,itlInri't -get, tbh.e_' er .up-'
It is c lcd Sl~td l",i O'c,.kr-]ltr'ibulte-this- 'hla f 'to cllt:cth ,,-( ''"lp.~st.(t,!l:} =^'' ^ *r and
I s ar c61" 1ti A t h at t:30,0 u, 11i" l. .? b:"..-this ....
U NI't RA- AL oF L'AM'pil FLL,'-rHE .1P<') .--T-hefu- a 1,':wo S pl".ll eon,:s ur *- ,.:,i."w~n!: mind her
ner l.a : oC Tholhas CaaiS ho-i tl,' aillo.r -"ft hat 0hhlti aid ,:i.;l.isjre or, tl- sai,,.l-Sqti alld
sweet and p_,k,,i.lat' Ivr.. e n (-,i'- ofe :, Hope, b.,,v -.'j~iotp ,verb,,ad t.,s Ihr '- 2firs in--
t ,,io k i .,l a e e' n.o t h f:' S d uil t nr o i t, *W c- s t ,I ,,.- t ,-i A b .,. ,,r -.i ? : ,'_. t at1 t h e y w il l br ,M o ,- i: "w ai +
T, ~ ~ i i \i i T i wt*Dt. ide Lii- tlizt they \viti be"'(i i nsi] to'.wait
bev 1 t,, rd .B ri:ji rn L -nid A be r,.loii, 'L o_,lr- -'. ,.-.. *,. *: I-
Cam pbell, L,.-,d M,-rpeth, ',.sir Rc..l -rt ai t l
itherl distiun iiil d inc?,i, act,?, .._ p,.ill-.,e.-,rer .-- j-''i.li- i' ii ml y tl,,.,rI.ualily dr.:.id ni>d. .Tide
He a.ts buried in nel ti e:,trnu ,-1 Poel<' t_',,ri-, was up ; t ,i e ,.,',:]:,,?k-- the b.l)jr \.\ : A ,-t',3 +off and
,:wr. \\';l n ''i'rihr Ab'bf;. w tliir, a I't.w a:rd-t of the 'M
t b it' .d -is, ,. T he a r, d, ro ,,' ,- a-ait l -,Onl -tr11 h,._,111e sard .S'7i"i a I't ,recz-t and
m'e.n i.. L M ._ 6 .-";."-'I' I I a.L I'. .
bers of parl'1amen t, eiini-it'1iterry and r ..*id iiit,. "e.'. ... -l r..:,. leels v,.n ,:,d-baby.stll cry-
: eiin., was ci.nsi'der.dile, incl'i,.liti; :i ,:,:,r iih:rl(:hi .ib,:- '-tli,. yit'is .are all.-,-iii.t-.:l-Mr S.ui'jiti. fe,.-ls
1.1hirMber.."Pf RuI s. ,'An.r u Il wh,.,u, thr,..- is [t1ie 1,.,ftn (1,uh.\.- e ,t e I ;,e (v,.uld vomit-- lies
a ,urt.1 r, ,,f p.,t.rrlr I 'd.h .,u th e L.-rave o l J ,',-:'-- -l ,,. .I'-S ^ -.. ...... .F *: .
an l`1.',, .rriale C ut. Night vei (I jrk and-girls
TheP'PrjiVee.dV.J>.itiVlrte sailed frnm T,-.,-,l,,i, at '.e'V. mu.:l, l'ri 1,hlt.:.. '.".,- Tlv: l...at sudden ches
i t~ie I,., ,f ,, a,'jna~t-r,. 'ot' t-lieesi- sails ,.,f tiie liie, a _LI| a i ]f! ,t r'i,.-t ] 1,: i a hdln in::hero!b tt-om
.l'gat', at idj l. I'.i1..::aier. iid. 1d I ,: 1i Crrki\ J i. Cir'II and sirik.-- iili thev ha%.: -b.-en ik ,rih t "-6 n_- rA i
\.vilihbi-?rieit ''.\|]tre lhe n,, iedjt,:i.\ de 'patcjhed a nd th t the a >- i* i *^*1 1. '" tii. tri gi r i- ,.il', \\ ,i't d .e[i--'all w'ade
1 1.,tn ,I F,gjru e lr t A -1, 11op 't,,'-: II e .o ast betw e,_:- + n { ;
lariiel id .M c.,. "lhree steaint"'s ar.-,illuut ashore, aU d v-,f k 'l..,-,11itwo r, iles-to qet h;rgm e,
heii-t, titt.- I ,,t t, tr1 ,,pi-3v ,i.t tv;., re ,iirir, ,tc. r ,'.,-,- Squi.md and G fniily ti .1 ,1 siietjii \ 'y\\ n ev r afiain
iry ",., Atri.'a. Tfe D'dl}4',-,' Ai.ip le i! .,b.:.ut tv tI take this retli-,J for spends nit- im e p-,leasarntly.
leave Africar ind r k tur o, t,:1, isir,- <:l on l.ave ol fib- .-
[ei ICO i thl'ei.'-nlrriths. _. "' '- .. .. .
The. "dotation" quei,:,n-tlie -,liestion of a F '" or I It F Co,-nin ..iaiJ Adveitiseri..;
pr,,'i.ion [".;-r tile vo:in, .-,r bi, 6.,rn he1 tp te i ,!.at ,..\ r ... L,:,,,k' b ,,,:, e : i + + "+
t',L m ilv- -k ee-2 : F 'an :e -litr' a ,le rmf ic t a i d - L .:. 6 -.
rP11ilippe,it s ,:ler. Ias nt oioly iniure-d I ~is r, od adAge, -hichiV \i.)ild be-well did we all ro-,I
popui rI ly. til .(:,idin-tere.l hisdTasiit b., tlil pro- me ihber; H :Had the goodpeQple- of Atalachic,.'
I position. Pni lic f.-eling-has str,.,n,.ly st i1n aI I "I ookedbefore th6ylea-pt, tI i,y ,.:',, dn,- ,,In.-,t \
inat the "dotation," and t h 4 pal,--rs as'er: thr [}`ibe s ueh; ta_ t nd ig.f
-in ,-me of the royal fa tnilyi rs 1 ili,,n., while cursed wth,
it lhas received during tlle last 1 I years ,.ipward. 3 race n the h,.lo, i.l..,r nl ,,>n fe
;. -ofd.'..i* dl~ll~o"*.s.. "- ':-'' -: + '' .. :. provement. ..C,,r ttt^ l Inipi,,eiri:t w ith '
).++.". .... -....,- ; SPA IN .... 1 \',. 1: -n're!. H att vei _+ i k t tlin' 7', *., mi\ I).( thi,
i\Iilitary t'-\e -c ..,ti a:'i re ..',: f -,n ur.;-, t ex- .u.. .,. r :,
,., .. ,-, ,. i ". : >, 'ost X\r .l t Is.I' w .-,_s tr, l e', Hi t ]-, t/ L, 1 i 'ni |',I' ,'
t,:,t I1 % t 0e pruVi c>-'lS, O Lte ill'Xt d [I' tli l' .. -, "
i m e, L i .- i n e h L~ i i.id .- .ii h r f.' e n lj t i,, l:.. t l i ii t- I].- a ui~ d :j j t rli-.+ k l i ;'. ..h i" ld r-I ] f d .n .r s i , I l L i n .7 t h e i r
,-',? ,I|' \ L t ui e t'l s,*-i,-, \ iiiill : ,?a Ii ,_,l\iit _-,i 1 111 tii,. ',vi'.i l'.. t :- l l a ;iii .nii i ,.t g ,,,.,, ionl i,]aT,]ti.-5r ,.,r a tiral.
pr pvin ce~ of C t' ^ :lnia Al ->l .ne. T ie .M addlrMi Jv.l i r- c_. t if6t t hd +' ol6 & t w 'Ub C, ",? :,-r '1h- t>
i ~l~ i -itil l ti h dr ,Id w i t h r ,. r _' .- o l c ,n s p i r ,,: ]. -5 \ v l ic h .. ..
are sdd t. be .ia active preparaton at S,, with 'i b *llJ d o- .tl -1 : ,te .'omnlt-
i Barcelonaa rnd 'fheJa p it. l.i I .is iU.%pe,'t,-d, h,-,,,- tee of Improvefrlent? A rid di,-'.., ,,', ,,as sEpl as
; <.'eri,1H1tt. Z+p,0rtSare-raised t'fr piti-fal purposee, th.e Cornpari'v's ALenit'.s back Was tlurnld, .N~ot
7. to terrify the timid .!l %\vabelic\ed that govern- befir:,oh t no.
T i fi r h ~ ti d lr .o i o t .i ;.. 4 e t' + -,: ,r .^ j r t ] M t i "^ : i > .
and to assemble new chambers oi t!e *,tleAh of: Thi; c,:,rnmltt--Hts;s.,:,t, inn*t-,,
O ctober ... ... v ^ w orkli n nu.,,n si,-ne +n-e ;irule., in "iiat],.iriiatic.r-,
.... AUNTRIA;' ';.,I (uwe suippose it'to b.,-, scr tc:h.y back and I'll
'ph e'Ihe Swaibi-ir Mercury,, Jue -. c .:,iiia let-, t i y ," el-,,-,w ")'have i,., -, the hard shell-
ter frnm ViernYa h "vicli gays:, II is stated, thait.*
e" Ih chanh. ,-,f :,artif determined on in fa-or of a- ed i'o ff ater trc..t with .san d, n(,] he street
free trade?3 w^ i-rf.,'eiLu coimti iei io .-+be put in i ns e eral; p-tces i:; ,,i> ; .:- -I-k lr than the
f -r.eoI,.,NoivVIner 1 ,-t r.ite pr Esent Ayeqr. Eigliteen sidewalk. W h t1.Vi_ tle- s.t p i,'.r t h' re for ? Is
a* atic:e' rWill,'ir,is0,.:i., u 1 eggo a r.li t- in the it% qi-h'den t) s-t'ee ? +'If' ,:,ir;ei avail, Go.,d be
eiitrdt,:e d'lr. Coflfe, amongst the rest, which ... ...
'ttratwent,-,:,,,e 5,.trins tl,- ,.turU _l, praied,: .,,m te wi ,.,t live till January,
will I-,e a,_IntD.rc at t,.v_-re florins; but the+ duty; f d'y m,.i tl.at d'i-Is -,:,Ir-ir'at..t.'r ne.fontblrc
*;on I'ennled sl.il'tr w,,ill be al^tiilrenrl. R'aw c:otr,'r what'it' was l) J is I,-, eriter fn',.l$y. F,-,.',i~n "i^ *.+il a twe e .^, [1.!p;i;ur oit, in i r ,ihcenrty of lteart,
lh or irs i n l l p I .:e ',.f '15 1"te e n \V .:,t ^ ';"e s a re to b e a ,.i- ':. ,, .... :- ... ..... .... .
ii" j m iied ,,n p a m n- 4 a q f ;'i ,,.^ : sg' b ..e et b d d din cd t ti n s .l o 1 ; thbe f 'esr o t'. th e ir s ui l -I.. !? **
n e n p ~ c t(l & n .i eaei]. "_:
t: R r:F -:i r i;.-ir-ii: <-'O rr.:,.' M\Ar~k w ylirT v "18 1 orm er C ,:uwtb m ttees of lIn .i[M ,J i;iem~ nt, com posed
'Tlhe m .iiai t h-,. .gx-'[i w\,-\y iu. oLL~e l i ,. a l- ili i u' i t ,- r T h e p il' e- r ,_ o t h i a v y .- i ,1l 7 e s -,. .
.:Thed-mii;,-l tfrom the tr.,d, l l:.'ke'r.ed towards the p,,se to L:,nncil the expt-encd~fi ol cr, rrc,-rabfe-
close of tlTe i-,ri/edltiri w"''rk.-and there is now a: sums of money to~~ \hUVo~ter stre,-t, and thereby
"| rnoderate inquiry only. at farthe,reducli;,on ^J. rende ..... "i +for use .+. ;b f .omttepssse
-. per .b'on ;V..?ll rlirjn sorts ;?_i,,-iir4; a'.dl,:'-/.n',. l 4..U ... .... -, .+ / 1
," .per Ib within t l,'; past fortnight. .. .Bu ers ..+have a +oi,'ut~dorm to'n sw sef beii'i ashamn-ed or 1'1'e w ork
large suppl to, B-h-,,e ;r '+e. trade has by -:,( .rfrp e c.- i5..r: ?, ;'do .+ o he .i.it '; ,'-... e ',
'' no m PHHns~a se-ltll: ar'iarart-''.' ,q c 4,W ates. bave: .. >:- ,, ; *+ +,-*,'_ -,
T bo n di:.,, o ^l,-, .thl.d',v .::,, tl~e'.al?.since -rit-- -I, + .1 s oi.. b. s+, ,..b n ". r g _. u
i+ day, amoun' .to 17.5,),.1 h:lbL,." pe,:nla'tor.shave pur'is i ll ... .. Ti .', ..... .o, ', ., -,
+. .hsd+^ansy ; *" 7' y;':.+,- W h~alitlies~rvevirscar /^i,-'thiat\'whave

i ),lSAILO tS tl oN .H rorE .TE C :-<.t ljc:thihel-niri:r.u 10s.-t I rl , l, ,s ;-? "-. '.. ,"* .p
: reiite? a nlii-h'a i,\ h o',-'l o e o curre'd to a rean-of j _* n i .n co ta t .: .Ti; lo kr ." ni'.squnt
!l1 "' 'Avd t"b,.'a;:.k !" eried the voiee3+':ttolten | img at poles +and' would-!_-,ur.eying, puaI~s in
.,., saShAf id~ie a~ e -i.,' in v i-ra-rjf u -iq w atter.' 'A v; ay '' niitjd o nne 'of Pete r p tid air' ode-! ,-. A : ;/ /


wastheAla" ;tficresp,- ,' .refnivy ihre,'.s,,, o ', T Tni; i'= ii'he ,+,e'et 1-^
l a i J JolN- ..he t El e.r lel el inti b. m I!-4 + ,f ,+ w I 'm ee -
able, under existing,-.lr.-c'lOstances, to claim very n d I o o k a"fi...".....
neai relationship .tor the:,}atter,:j c.V ggy g re ,. ,kekV-,,hno i ra-%a m a.rrow%
o< pT ndtheir- nags. havipatdel in t e requisite ....""''"- ., . J' ..
! .qua-att'-ofmoi~stuie, were-again soon under-w-ay j _S '"s Am.' and seems too'w as:
; and out of -i ht.,', "? t gitch of canvass,' Imuch about wh~t h dis' at,' and-1ooks, as-wi-.'e as
;q whilem e"l quietlar C'hsse course, ., -: -. ,.pK ". .. .
o0 ftnd cre~t t irohk h w~ol~gl~t exake of t...... (.-d, .. -ht ...pk. -ht---- .: ..,
, some gallant iridg."'+:Kt'bu'd chattering. of hoofs Not wishin to take up too.o ,uchl ef?,yur .valu-
" ifrom the-dir rfiV n: In w hich w e w ere p 'rc. e d oi j,11 ,a .- dr op th eC bm fi.ttee:of- ;I pTr ove-
.i atone roused 1a ic. u r. : ii o -n. a ll-J'-iiM 1inv- ahorse, .' 1,--" v ,, I ,
",g pipg-at aeiv o' oliard rp.adand meritfor tl resent lil e ni h to"call.pubnl at-
wN i- a ,?t-h.,or ..:l atr pl Ie1 tt* rtN1 a" ; .. 11 I ")_,-, _
wrt7o~tiot,'ie'r' ',d~~ef Ii,-.,hot.pa't, .an~l. Itt, tnr edition R ie other worse, cCaltracts,"&cR'7
n me little, d6nUf dtTf'V'[i_-? p(id pro.n-iv iou ot one or! o f'. .... -vp
these sonu8of'the ooeah, Wh.)I mi-a+l t thus wifxpectdly .. ..... ^ H-= I .
* h a v e b e m ; ,c o n v e r t e d i n t o a fi e l d o ff i ,e r. .. y ,. . ., .. ,. .. .. ... +'; .
c eonjectites were soonverified !:,\' J-ackwith, GW1'o--The-sbip 0phjeiis,i'btThi- (rfr;'rni- ihic
' : the bridle irq'bli. and af.i'swabl-ing his dripping Pacife, has brought flow hnhudredisdon8s. of liino
.Ani.-du .i iVd:,cbuntenree wuh tl e.'ie, .s! Thig great fertiliser,..'ther .extraordinary;,.(n,eegts of'
'" he ;carried on'after the chase, which was now hull wi-'h have, be.eni,'.ertepively tested ia England,
rs; downi, aiid fast disappearing .frogahiisM'po. shot r which has morre r,.c-nrky pr,:,duced lt,,e .',ry
r. e es '+all mo iad,how's this Tumbled over-z satisfactory results in ihim coii. r",ll.1l,'h l d .h'f h r. board, eh! 'Ay, 'our hon,_rPE.;re?(ed out the breath-i 0y e% veyilntepihgernlarm ,'r, undr it+ \'ah,,-"find r,-,,1[.-
l less-tar--. tc t:! c ranky. raft v asforg i o%t ,; efoselycT'.al,.h e "ie '.ndhofet. The'ri:itl iv ol tis
6f w he h.:. -1--'s'4denlvtaken, as.ir wee 0itN"t1 "h6O.f. substance in the i,-tndl._ vrin th,-"'.. 9-, o1fAfricat and
. brings up with a'T,_Md turh,-sends-me flying over South "iAbiric'a is-saidpoto.he, exitauSdilss.,'afytkfe
n. he-r i,-_rro? "head, and here I stand likb+*a'4,be', number Qf.3he~vessel ilteady.'in-the. iitade, or
Swith thiisfeire, tow lirne in my flippier, While she just about to engageinitis --..id r,:,be ,,it- la.^ in
S shows heer starniand .tjhfn le otT.Ule'.a sqirtj England it is calculated that 9;.OJesa I a .11 it rIul-
: o'baccyvj ri, (c-qint *"+ ... : .,... i al'ed d,ips are rniploy t. h(le fai "l-i. o
- :, -. :' --:* -- '* "* ... . .. this c,_ni nm din t . .. ... .. .
-' *< "-,- ** :, 1" ...... toc- r In Ihe I, i ie L dndr, n r ',,i1 a ny rip Te for iPEiinig the
irul c ancients ay,:,...
I ; I AN D ITH .-' t .- i "h e h ab e'T a dv r t k I]a ~d a g l l i l e -
., -" i' ho m ==q eS ,.Batinua^ cgtrieted-the apparat",,a
id ow6?s-NIfulronl h-I ad l~ eethe .eye ... .. :.2_ FYe4.^
S -'low en to-n J'^hvitherae ao ddesome improvements to it..Capte.s of ylos...g
-: ClOse in the sunshine ; ih g u n do .* ..
t ri i+*:~ n ft-hj pe p .V4 - as ift were an altar, .i.A "hheht.hbumio ihan whi en tor r e ^,<,s ,r in the, ui.".o,h,
beauty ; tfhey a ,e-spaf vd, fe og ste a g uony "h"h +^ h ne ;" t 1tin ,, i--'r, 'h... '
o f e nd ut r a n c e a n d e .n d t r-a u c, e ? t h .}.} x p e ct at io n Gin ne n n -


+ &"- The British West India colonies (says the
ITew Orleans Bulletin) which export suzar'are -
jthe following :-Antiguia, Barbadoes,- Domihacia,
"G'rjnada,;Jdarai,-a, ,,Montserrat, Nevis,j St.-Chrisr:
I. +. -+ .- ; -
toplier, St. L .i:ie, ;St.,Vi ,,-)t, T,,oi.az.:) "ortoluia .
wtl'-t h Da r, D .e t-'erar'i' aiid Berbice. T T h 'ie follow ingo A
table will show the amount of the exports before'
and after the emancipation act.
......P:eT' s toothe"'Pman'ciq/bation Act..

In 1831 ....... ......... ...... ;. .4,n>3, 'ii) '
-1-832 ...................... ...... .3,773,4-56(
1$33. .............. .. .... .... ;:3, 64 61S,7 5 "
.: .l.Rar ^.;.: ... : ...,. ^. .. ... ... ..^ ^ <.., 7 -
,]+d ~r./ e ^ p 'i i w s ,/ *t ; 1 ;,: '
.. In 1 ^35. .. .. ... ... .;'.. .. ,..... .- 3 5"i24.2i9 j
1sa!.; ;:.... .... ;... ; .,, .,> ,..: 0 ,7 f
.'3.7 ; .. *: r ",:. :-- ; :. ;,.,.: :,-:.. .3,3:706,, 5 ;
.. ; i. 1fttrfyU ,nancbtijaiii,.., -" ;.,+: ; {
In 1838.... .... ... ,
.. .,375 2 ....
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o 8 9 ,.. ... o.. .... ,2,21 ,7 -\ S,;i, { ,' ;..' t; : /"'-1*< ; ".. ... .2 14 1 (
1V"5_14 ...^ :.^L...... .. ....:.;^.. .. .2,o1S,725
- ^ '.+ .- .-. '.+. -f .t .2,- .7-'.^ ; t
: "+1 itse ln .urtes are "de n ved Tr,:, i o ffi cial ],i pe l^
,T~liy-? sboT.that, noitwifhstatjdiii,. t ie i~ner.eased r
tav-^r avhich hasi been .given.- in .+British markets
t0 the *sltri-' of. -thl e. ,oloni~es, anld n,'.,{,.vit hIstan~lin.,<;
'the' n~u~merous addit ionsal hhu',r,)r. wh i,"h h ave beenl ,
at great eXp..,'ie aiid trouble ir, lroduicd, te ex- t
.portation~s-have decreased inore than o're-third
u,,der tiiTj_4,aJ/l.r,:,-c-t. Thlie ilan.3d of u79a 1x, i
Ip.rts n1838..' ..gar. .i. ..n all tlhe British W es,2 ,s.
.2,2 1.1,.,,6





it ts coiniliKti.w itl- tin,! adivoat.. o:f ab,.l!iiih
dogmas I,, assyert the SUp~erior ;,ro--,rity of non-
slaveholdigqover s1aeli,:,ldirig coutintri,+s, .,ndi they
,Gorpfidently appeal to exan-pFles, pres-& Tited :States ; for. insa-i,:e to the.-relative condi-
totieno of-the States ot KertUCh and Ohio. he -.
"dt igri ,-'es W'l h ,xidst iro b.his instance art oh ier.ex
I .. .
utildrt hve benTtJ -I.iv~~e t.icefd of COi belXt-





-it s
c,-,n'irtrva I Nd t he .. l theria St tes lof t [_li, ii!0 i J
;t.dfe I-. ,a,:l to decart .,.'Bu ,;'9ri a,cas Uip-r nf e dn ,
siebl' i '-poi r, t,; it,,w -. s-- -H yti tf coninp-,i'e" hwiily, .
G:i;,djl,:Sut ??- Jatesi, ao itth :C-l -r e'ive J -
06.- t ;e w .o .ntukyan 0,,o ;
fl ',a i. ..tv n cleJ n `-.'"., -e t', ed %" I II I ,: t t' r


l'i.-iI,_'a IS It'i ws .\\q ,[.iltl ,J'i- t. 'it c \ i' ? ,; ,.to
"H-ourLnr,- I %r"e.' TtJ'dit,--i.-It. c{1ta'ns .I.O~l_.i0' j
squ;are tjiles, and is full as Lal'rg. ja he tullowiiian 1
sct re.su ihed;:--, ". -* t : ; l : : .
.: .. .: _. ._ .,-*" r "'* *,'.lv { re il,:< P h p u la iio -ii 8 4 0 .
.: L'nilitiana. ^*;]: ...;'L' :;Iiq 1ir... -O..l' ;8i; 52,4ta) : -
.. I h i.. 7 pp i.:,.'... _.4 __, I) ;1 -S a 7 .,H l :
.< A laban-iA.:..-,,; ......50,000; .... .. **590,767.,
Ge~orgia.;....;... .... .62,000 : ,. ., 691,39j2 ,
'Southl Carolina; .... 33,000B r, 694,398'
Vir' nia... ........ .70,000' 1,2;3c ,T97 .' J
+ ; ',' *t TOt.l .... 311 ,000-; 3,844,505
93Bottsford, the Treasuiry note .robber, has
been convictnedat Little Rck, Akansas, andesen -
tencedto, fifteen years- service in. t~h~e..fate p~rison.
1-e1 will b tri;d ,for N .the mur'de&T of LawrI., J
who \Di &hot at the tins oI the r6wobbry.n s I i
su-e, a.Tshe Malay apple, an EaSt,India frluit, is L
now'raised at Vicksburg-, MisS. The pr-un6," a tr-o- --~
pica[l fruit,: is successffully cultivated at Tusca-
j.0osa, A na. .5 ,, :,,-,; .: ... :. <
( t{? ATS OFF .-- (.eiitlcl n'ir, (*iileri';i.r the.N~e^' ]
Or le~as C ustoin-l, ousrf a re .r.equested to :take their
hats off, and one or two-porters are in waiting to
see that tlhis new re,tiiationt is complied with. :
.. (5 Nir~e p~er-'ons in. Boston were* e'ach fined
,:J atnd 'c.'';t.t, aS" shor-t time since, for snmofcng w *
,h .~ dstr es.., :: : ,-; ."" ,: : .' "
^"[r. )Ala.ciy of Plhil,,d,--lpria *atietnpte'l to com-
mi ~%^;a +gthort ti i,:e ago, ;be'c'au..<; she was

-;.l.' The.e'tadi:es at- Sar~a-oga prom~nade-'fch'
streets" withoutot "the'i hat3''6n; Th'e vd7-thieir
[i.dra,:ty.:from tle sidn.\, '. i;/" 7 .+ :"]' ^ ::^;]
+f : Pc^.. ^"-nics are: all 'the~fash'on ,a'iloiig :the
+ .. +- ....,'Ea~stern i;Te m'per'ance Societies .. .... .. .. .: .;.;
Oc .. ." -'='.- Thie i\Idi-onilar,+says, the' G,;v.ernrnern
h]as done ils+'duty in.,th-escase of the. Ametican ci-
'ti;eng wh',have -been tnaltfeated in-Cu~ba., and
lias despatch-d the Bainbridge'to, co-oper~ate with
pu C a u : .. i:: -. :- ,,^\': +. :" C ; ;
...{.,^. .uallati, Battacth, destroyed b). .an; Am~ri"i
eah:squa has beant dejtroyed a,-,ain by..the,rrifish, ... ;sl!' -
', .* (p3 Davi'd::rurnbultl. British" 'Consul 4*n the

.the recent-ins'rretion_ among tthe..negroe8st~haire,
and+ is aged w;,ithi havi~ngfon'med a design, in


connection with the blacks thereto get posses, -
sio' of the island. : : -
.{ The exports of cotton goods from the port
.of Boston,j fr the m th f Jlully, was, to foreign'
ports, 1,820 bales,'and to coastwise ports 6,040
bates."- *' '** '
r Mr, -Walsh saywi' .The.persons who held the
last nine years".lease of the chairs in the. area: or o
the Palais:Royal, reaTized a fortune of three hun ?
dred and sixty thousand francs-a pr6fit 'of fdity
thousand per annum."";, .

SPOTS IN TH- SUN,-.-A writer in the M[adison (1&.) +
Banoeir says there are ix spots- .now visible in the:
r sun, aj1.of which have made their, appearance. with-
in a few'day's. The dia-metwr ,of the largest -is esti-
' riatedat 5000 miles. : : '. '
A GCHoIcE'PA..AGR.APHI:-OiOh' .:it is a fearftl:iight
to. see a young, confid-ihg girl, 'approach. ihi altar:
, wi.,if'h one who loves to linger-around the wineCup.
fe. tmAy pass ',unscathed through the fierv .ordeal.,
t ard-the;.b right hopes of the bride- MAY ripen into
t fuAiticna But, fair reader, let not the splendors of
wealth, or'the allurements5 of'pleasurie, nor".the
promised: .triumphs of ambition, tempt yon in a
risk:so' fra ght with -danger to aH you hold dear.
- Honest industry, joined with temperance, may
carve a fortune,-and all tha4 ambition should covet;
but wealth, taleis fare,'can Inever gild the drunk-
ard's home;', n-oT rsothe tbe- 0.rroow sof a drunkard s;


COMMERCIAL- ADVERTISER.
APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, AU-UST'19.1814.'
A I prilliingIF i're. ; !
FIVE OR SIX.H.Lrc-- ENTIREL,-.C.N-
SUMED !
Our citizens were aroused about half-past three
this,-mcning-.with-tire thrilting cry-6f Firr'! ''Itr
was soon di+eovpe e:athat tae[ fre&.had originated
in the [jrge a rOir sheA I bE'Wilding commonly known,
as-"3 tanIeit's;-RMoW t- -11 i said' that the-fire WaS;
undmer the floo:,r', ai' ,urrt. through soun after it:
_' di I r*T ,, ; j~ ,'
,-was discovered. .The-jflawnes spread-rapidly inl
consequence'.ofiaagr-at qujaantity of~hD i- and st raw
which was strewn through `0f4-e uildina."The,
,* "-i- + *: *. ,';Ty' - "., ,
house .4as n+dp .one+, built, ,.ntirnly of. pine
.lumber,,and -+.,vy soon co ur, i-caled -with-the
houses -oh each,-ide'-of.it.'- Th-etwo l iildin'ts
owned by R.+Ji 3rosesi'Esq;.th he'S oc{,cuphed by',
'P. Laprade, and (hq other by.Mr,-.olman, (tailor),
wvere both burnt~down o;also,.ttie sh:afl house a.d-.;
j-oining, -lately occupied'y" Jos.' Shirodt. "-
flam'es spread wifle'qual arpiddty. t mon the,,west side, i
.and, cornruuiat,.d, wi-ththe'-two.houses owned,1
weo':elieve, by'the- Land' Cornpiany-o-,ne atet
occupied -by' Wni."':. Law ren@, and the others
formerly 'known as, Whittle's house. The kitch-
ens oF.the .houst.of. ,H.. W Brooks, and of:th'4
houses'e'qbcd-upie+.iy' -Henry" ;Hod--es aantd AV, W.
3. Knew, .al took fire? ;: buC by th" .reat extr-.
-*-.iotns of some; of our Ccitizens, together with lihe
'Sasiktance,.of a fe.W.active..m~e' from, -the stea-mers
Florenceeand Siren,hw.ho are 'ever really on ,si'hO'
occasions, they, were pulled"d6own, and- the main
buildings, sved., H. ;,W;--,, Br ook', ous,- ,was-, n i
great daingerfor-sometim.e, as the- heat. wasoitr- <
tense Ilhar itw, asim'possible for any 'Q-t'5o.-tand,1 i
between it and theklt.then long,'eno, t ith{r^,,
water':. The, 'hu bcq;p.ild ;by.-Jas. F.,Ewrior
was also aj-tt-I6:sebrched&:,b t; by peraeverahnce it!
was-" savedab 'oiir"the-devuring element. For-
tunately it wNas-v~ery catmat the time. or there is :
np..tellhng where .it wo,.ld have dt;,,ppcd.. ..... *': ;
,.Great credit is due to rxany of our citizenzs'fr '
theif' 6ettions"and energy i nivin^ i lie furitire.
,.and the property of-th suerers.. But.:litfie
furnitureopr o~tther, persornal property. willbo lost(
.exbpt+what'Was brbilen1- or injured by, ha3t y re-'
niovial. '.Th'e ngite waso b but litth:. servie,--
the. pumps . 'valves 7werea all ,sop.dry- thak.itt
would not work .w,.ll," and the. fire., hid spread
alarmingly befor'it-' could be rend&red etfi',ient'.
'"The_ b.uildingy-i'ere ratlier ol ahd ,-t5f gre at
alue, but we ,pr.?)uine 4t, will be a loss; to jthe
owners of.O$,o.,otQ,::;,e are not inform,?, whether
there was insurance onya'nyv of them, or not, but
presume there, was, "t0 a small arhount... .
The building in whichthe fire originatVd.being
unoccupied, it. leaves, no-.possible doubt of 'its
beingithe woik'of some. fie.'iedi~slt'i'nc`eiidiary, who,
we hope, will. be; detected a04id made a,6pubhic
and severe example of, +as. a .sALufary vWarningf ty
those who may feel- disposd d: perpetrate such
atrocities in -future. -- "
i abl 1 17t n,' v :+,.
**.J : + *.,* '- E L T *; .^
Our city. cdoni.'n.es to be rermrkabl' l-e.thv,
.At this season srckness .os.prqmid..i< ,mer'anl
expected,-bu.t.we. know iof no. ,caes- yet; ;of any
desicption;,.- A grat number of families tern!6ved
ebrly'An6.e spring, 'to.St.. Josephl's.'d other
neighboring&, towns, as:,they-.,aave.,bp.qn aocus-
tomedoje do foe -?.sveral -years a past,; on'f account of
tWe sickness which, they p persist in saiin-, is'p&-
valent here during every.sfimme',. ;We have re-,
sided here fpr several asumniers, ar,) h know of na
plaee thiA si-de41.t)fthe* Potomaos *that iwed should
give-*a, prefere'ncee to.-' S uring the p'asf'v,'.eck we

}yith Tnuci liurnd..r..apd lIhtntyrg, and. ,3l|:idll o|
w'ind Whte] ishook.ofur d~welling.s to thietr very
foundaId~B.; **Now'w" e-ar,. 'expec',ie~ncmg'h- b~e-
nefieia, rresult'3, "a^ no; weather, can, be. lure, de-
1ijgitfuh l~a~t~i hi;t,(..,a^r. ow ;e~oro : ..
'\^ ^hp~aph~n~t Chalot N, CN< <., was
destryed,+by.-fire,;on-fc~hp night or t'e:+S7.th ult:
The lJo.k.s.,'ffutnit ure[)i++d *,bullion .were; sa'v+ed...;!
i- {t'-.The "N-ew.Orleans Bulletin is of opinion,-that
fli"ecn oodS \Yill reduce the cotton ':crop;
.a tou Q,,O0 #a ea. ^',+,; :: ;.; ,:-...: ..
".'+^'tt is gaid, that every, poaehine shop.'in New:
Ingtanid, capable pf turning out, factory machine-
*ryyias orders' for~twetve months ahead, ;!
tf("The receipts at the New York Custom


11baej^r'thd month of July ^-amounted to !,%18-1,-
4.8' 8, being t ite Iargest .amount ever collected in
6o ne mo th. .. .
.''^ Thie' amount of Treasury Notes outstanding
Sa, th fir.;,st nt.was $2,169,987 50.
'1'S I is 'estimated that the sugar crop of Lou-
(s' wi, wllthis year amnoint to 109,000 ton,'j.
,',W The receipts i'n.o he V.. S. Treasury for
the quarter ending 30th June last, fUo.m all sour-
ces; vere $9,040,500., During the same period
the pay-mta8 re$5,876,030 63.
* , The Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company
of Baltimore, have declared a dividend of 37j per
cent, on the earned premiums for the year;'
03- The Cheuston .eigury. gives a rumour
that Mr. HuGr is to retire from the U, S. Senate,
and proposes Mr. Calhoun "as his successor,
A New York letter svos- ..
A letter from Livereool states that the Hibernia,
the crack steamer of the Cuinard Line, is -to be
run against the Great Western on her next trip at
a reduction of eight guineas.

OCV Mr. Cushing, when last heard from.,'was
at Macao,. studying the Mauchoo language, wilb
the hope of being able to address the Emperor iI
hie own vernacular.


+ ; r- Foreign Nevs.
ARRIVAL OFK'THE CALgEOINIA--FIFTEEN
+ '-*,- |LD&YS LATER.
The steam "Packet Cal>..d,-'ni., Ca'pt. Lott, ar-
rived at Boston on the I-t in-t., bringing Londo'n
alies to-the _-veninv of thi- tIl` ol, July, and,,I-
verpool to the 19th, both inclusive.'
The news by this arrival is uncommonly meazre.
On tih,. .ft, ri.: ,ft l ,t .-lih-klr, t.,-he- Acal-ia ;tr.--
riyed+ at Liver-p ol,, in ll ; d.,ys f,-,ain BiI .ist,_l..in-
'lI ddihg her stop at "-l},-til'j '.a it 'fi b' f
pacfcetr ships arrived tathLver,,ot-rom this cmn--
try on theith'& ttamonlg them 11he..o:Stliuerrer,ne
United States, akid Eri0-Lind. The. Rochester ar-,
rived on tl1e lth, atd the Iarrick on the 12th,-!
:,,iiing'6h' on~d:0f~fl |' ,e0i.ii siilin,4 trips An 1'eco,,rd. I
The commercial intelligence brought by. thit,
Caledonia*, so fa& as relatesh ti'the c,-rth' niarket,
is decidediv ufnFavo'rAbel. The stck orhn hand is5
still vev lairte, and the-. 'kfts droopin; ith-
in.a..o'rtniglit .of the s.,lici^ of thi e tetij i t)hj pri-:
ces4iad4 fl te.ai -'4'd p er-.I}pouiiIi. ThI,..other iyjr k et-tn
are in "a lpro~ipe'ot.ts state, ex-,1ibititt, ini'e ':]d a,1-
tlvity." R-+,:nieY is abuihdant :ilt a hitrte ,,' int:'-!
est. "at[d E n,--'.l,:Old-t .iri ii li ti o t'u adv t c:.L. '
Pa'riin etia at the \ast a, vices.\\ere still eni-,a
-.-d ef'nthe P,:,-'.t Ofi,-, E(pifn.-ie o" he Hmj.- e-
0r,_-t",r .both in 1 ,ue-s ,o,,"t' C,,njlno ,"!s.and, in
the House 0f Lords. A secret ,t,-,ir,0jtc.e (ue.exam-
ne into th&4+ubject hai -beerngraIted i4both bi2ous-?
es, antd i4 -the,.; ,Loeds, Brtuiihdi a afl -Cottenh-uat,
lave been place-!1 on till _ll ,i ,ii teei hoth distin-
.**isii~el la,.yers, whiere'as all" lal\'vy^.r*l weire exclu-
.led t'roli the Culinuli ic.' ;' orfciri-ittlte. ..It is-antiqi-
.,-led tlh t tlie devaloptri- ,tb will seriously' pra,
udice the Peel niiislry, .ri rh c writci ari,-i-
:pate lilit thii artt ic will give it- ti',, .a Cp IVviace. 'I
T i-e IaLirng of" tlie pl',:< up ii ti e Irish-S"tate
Tri;l& was coil ulen1c.-'cd bel';.'re the Hui-se of Lords
6h tlhe 4tlII of" -Jly', nd pro-,.'-sr ed in frt-om day to'
dJY until t i -li_,tl0-1 .1 'wlie tl, e L,:,rdf.hi l C uin elllor an-'
tounced that, certii'in .,;.:-_ t it, s_\p oiid d ,. ed'to tj-ie-Judg-_, andj the tr,'rtl'er proceedings be'
suspended to await their--,eply. In the course ofi
the.,hearing, the, Lord Chancellror arhriited t'ht'
fh:," Juryil' ist4.;were Ir:.tudiletll[, inid t? up, and the
S .- < '-< -. # ,
0.,U'l:.,nei-> ,l s tnIlelsth' t 4eth t (lie Cu se[ZI a, tie f o r
s ,: l l ] i~ + . : P o4T ~ Q i s ~e t h a t t l e
jndgmel "-willtbt reersed,' but! it app ar .tlhat,
T..I~rv.-1l-h1..3 rio"hiop,'s that tLe apple d w'ill be
Stl,_.:Cc;ss[I.Ill ... '. .+ ;,^ '": ',,.' ; :, .
: .0'Connell-coutinuesin tle etioy.mne,,t of a.od
h'ealth.in- hisgprisot, ahd'.thrui_. \ son has'anf-,

i,,-,'n c',.d his Cgreat ;tis;.nfCt ilat the pea,?,>able de.
meaner f.th -people, ex:hoPtinM thctn .t,,rriseevere
in 'thl-- biita Piirf Repe.al,.f. i;t.h '>,e kly meet-
ing. of othe I.Ubtin Iausociaio0hitlii1 l.'th'ulf.
th e a m 6 u n t C f R e p e'a l c o n r-, h u t io t-i, !i >.r 'fl "Ie' w e ,
was. announced,.at 617I.11,. Air, Janmes KellyiMP.
?..; theewi, defected.,Repot, l.mnmbibr for LiIn-aer,
ick, presided at -AIeb i"-rhiff.ai afldr e"sed.the
nembersIat; length on (tie a,]\1an 3S to he deri t -6
ed from a. repeal e:.t.he unJOn..,,.-.Addijsqsisf..
important character wer6 also made 'bi Mr..- Henr-
Grattat,,M1 P.. a id- others..; --: -. -; u
"A!few eel's ago the'singelrs and musicians at
St. ;,Mieael, Cturch,. ;-t Torn^e,1-.j.id4d1.ew.
near Ma nehes.ter, turii,, dutfbrfacsladvanceofwa-

The" umber of pef honsions,'il releat(f t!e
Itritel,'presented to Parli, riii, up.,to the "2s1.:3t "of
:Jurfe ;was,'415--bf signaturle-; _ )5t.i." \}..'->..........
": The.hew' charter bt'the 0 Hank pf Ecgland% will
be in .full ,optrAiti'jii 1n~t eourpe oiea fl;e.w \,cks
from the present. tim e; : :;; i, ,-::, ,:..!'^.
.Her. iNjtv'? slhir.Ch-ilpler! has arr'i.;O at
-,' r,,ut! x\'itl'a ruffi'hn anbd a hal'tof dollrsI
being part of all i ,stLlulini of the Chines'e indem-
nity .m ~ony .;ji:- .: .. ... -:... +:.+:+ -^\ ;'' "; '
.,-**n {the +th:%ilt.., the, Towni'ounel'it"',lf E ndmb iglr.
by- a n aj,:,rliiy'"of-1 tr 6tb'6 'areed tib a n>enmori:>l
ci_,niieujning t1he' lposcc~uti.,ntaii ,tripriat,?mlent'of
O 'G h ell '. ":; "' ">* **-* ;:' ". 3: ; ....s -^ ,"> ,
The Court left Bucklngham Palace for Winds'or
on'th~e+ 10th U'lt., pr>.p:,it'at<-.,r to tte ac,:ouchlemmcnt
pfhler. Mt ,ie ;t y at the Cas.tle...>,..-.*:,, : ':.?!"q, -'
+-. A ccrepnei of ,lb Dub~lin Pilot says:--
++T'he go'o e~rl'llment" .hs+^-,..tieS- in. eery[: C.ath,:,ic
chapel in~the-countrv. ,The police have been' or-
dered to report every thing' that is said by the
priests about repeal.. Severl of .tbe police hiave
beenn l'n tO iner_. '? "L *: '' + z *. + ^ ? :;: *'- ... "
+and 'r, rre,.1iat~l proce _eed -tQ, t oe.AJ e Iphi' HQ:it!-^
* 'I'he'Duin~it Eveini-ngP1L-t- ,Fthie 13th ul~t{slate


"tha't up t tothat date,')'4 nleTb.-r.s'orlhf ni i-'"4 a
COiLpC) .atin .iu o Is- l l has )ld signe ,d prote;t
agaihrstthe;prlosactUtbftxaud con ictiou-of-O'Con'
nell. ', '*\" -- + : + i *, '**.: .':.
'miniature ofMilto-n'has re,:entlv come tc
light, by Samuel Cooperwhiho*ha'.been purchap,
sed by the Duke ofBucc1uehf fora hundred giini
eas.-' The miniature bears-a -eneralt likeness t(
the portraits of the great poettaken after hi's li'i)4-
ness-but has a finer, more youth ful and mor.e.elb-
vated expression. It islabqALt .being engraved. :..4
It is, said in tile city that"a new use h8s beei
discovered ih the article gu,an,' owhichb ,ypas nvey
anticipated..i.The rumor goes that;-itziay be useC
in the manufacturM of a c&'tih colorr.' -',-'*
An address from Leis'tev,:co ainino 2579 si,
natures, including thoe of twenty-two member
of. the Town: Q.unail, ali-, beell-:oi"ardwd;-tq:N
.O C o n n e l l : : : l
:- 'Mr.-Warner, a wrvatehmake^i and jeweller,-"
London*) has complet'e.'aav.,ki.modelof a hig]
pressure steam engine, so .small tbhiit stans, up
on afourpenny piece, with grotid ,to spare.
On the 13th instant, says an ^rish ,a1'V,,
O'Connell commenced.his great literary {ah.r-;.h'
,,Life a-ndTimes,'" ov by what other'stylean
title his. proj-cted autobiography istd' be 6disti g
ished Qemppyin-g Mr. O'Neill Dau -alt a _,simap
u e n s i s .- / / n : .' -
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\a~~~s~~s;Rn'Peh~~nea be---r~l-~r~aar-~ ll ~ l ~ I


*-,'..*'^*/P o{ l1he'Con Wrc~1aJ,~Ac4vert1~r.


parents"vi"eA' ole ht "'t,.1i pr,,it i'aictU of diso.
bedience 'd'ad'at ,tie ro riiith -3 or triflig ac-
ciidents,... Many 3utl.r h ,cild, to dcsubkev,..wer
'commalidiedtada'o somrdethihg--e ,pick.up'a book
from th-floY, tor'e' imple.J 'v,,:iwi' Whip it se-
verely for a 'cI.e al'ly di.'ll\ a 'li'ttre grease or
thefl.0or.' JI, ,- ip, tile: .ost. jp.p h>i injustice,
They suffers nay, enci6uri qdi.sabNieoAe lnd
guilt, and they puniish--r."it i.') punishrnnte
it i .'fl -arnt 'Oahii' iji-,, ,'-e:.^ ice a'nI.a
abotfinable opprestion.' Tti'' inflict outi'eoon
wrog-ipdfirrosy i nocence,..I's.t his- fhee a iv it b
.you,y.reader.? .,eti. e,, eyr/bhidin" see it,
and des ise y6 :' foit,it and' "i1--soh flif-ig back
'ro6r abuse, j.. :.'ad c r .
__ ..--_---..wth conteiript .and.scorr,. i
O.n.yb.uro;ownshoulders to be:borne.'--::.,
Often has my heat beenn made to b'ieed at behold.
it the ZiardheartNqd,inhuman. paieIit y'ljp} the
Tahnocentpobedient. au.iable.4itte s one,. Cor acci-
dentally.'hittin* its tendel-t'-haght- t-o niunise
little'uFa./d" ftiIig ad'wn O0shame on such
parents, such -Uleis' 0 veiincarn, ated"d ieid
whofollowT'su ha6u'sid"-AotT', ok^t-.
*se lv''es and blush 1 JI(r at'ou" ab 1.1 .Itl le o'nes
and be ashaiped.r Look at t4'e.Tisries you are
bringingig, on ;yourselves. aQy.oar',:chidr.en, and
'W *ep, ahd'hovl, tnd repent; or `elseYii tear;aid
anguish of soul, i'. g'd rnI 'f -
scie.nc.a yqua wi;tl -"eawl h.1 hitterr fruit of youl
ways. I can endureSto seetihe king:b'oppret his
.subject,iforaen ihe.op RreseiSlad t,..'n ofab iii v
to Withstandi if, e'h'as 'We sphit' 6f'.anu< I kaan
endure to se'one 'iMad' p.lt*.'Lid pufid' another,
for- here ,the copbnat'is bet .ve .-i, t.NO ei:-ttul, W.bu l
.when I .see a. parent beatan un. a lTei.ding, helpl s.
'defencel'ess Thilt, fdr 'ah', i r, v,,l u n tta ru. mishap, m,
b o6' A9iil iidTi'. i' and with- 'te oet' -
:. : .: .! i '' '*..p ,.- v -*: .. .. -.:*
cry out .. .. ...; "
The words -that ..iould sufficiently accuse,
Afnd & .jk, m er r--.l ,r k -r1fa .. 1 ,,J ie.H
.. mome-,gto w i1B P( ow tf I lipm; ('.:]I"ide; hIell.'.
:' Agarin,-iiantrlier'fruit .il ,urce. ou f evil i-i patrti-
ality. Ia theie, am,.n.: ":'t.,,. lirtl,'.c'' .r.t are.odG
Sur .ami.L'y,',fieesid.e'f o'ne-who';,appa8: iI, -youi
eyes more bel fllt.f, rimore Ul't,1 ige't:. a'fd i-6ord
amiable than t-,t2 ,st ?.'., co-a- ..n-. ..as uerce of
''this extra affection.;, do Yowulay upon:itlies aebsr:
.and bestowv l" i,, t, r 'e' f'v..r ,ni ij i, t-,n
"' .> ; ', .* : i .. i. '
Supon.,thi:rest ? '.i'Do.you indulge it in thiiigs de-
nied 't6heothci-r, o.r sometimes tluniish theu; ofroi
the mischief of the pet? let mteJil, yvjii. od
a rwre'a'king '-4pil.low. of'thorns'fpr-yourself'and
,.or th.e idol of your hart. Vb'ur6whn'.'lj:p:'will
j bri blastedE',' "1m -6ld agew ill be'full of bitter,
.d ness ani geriet', 1d Vyou deserve it all; b'utalas,
"* An;o r. tJ.e-.q,'i,.ct >i: **. ;,isjak pe .affec.tion darsed
'r in th 2 hqt, bed .ii- .,'ii 3i"- neis,' nO't ever pruned,
,; +'i bl'cbm.s. by. ywir" fault,' ;,t,5,i* rr,-,,^r ,:)in'^^ ,Hn'n*;:i.
p'led,- dabased, debauched and ruinJ 'rcr I
Oj)oor foolish' pabrehts! You f'e surely objectO
'ofpiyty. You think, the i'dol "s.o fultes's a.'4js
-- idte Iigent.; elr l it Ate 0 "l'v" a ,. i -.i ran i
,-fiigs -and cries, .,you .fan.cy it.m ifesti:suoh'&d.
W *iroble and astenishihi'develaliitne'ut of.a'"gre'At
ibl1 1d' .'Y1u f'cy. (h'ere ne-ev'a'1.o'uhcnim6i&
a.q ld.,,..I.,tetlyou, your' bright dreams of glory
will vanish, .like -mist before!b tliv: :morning sun;
The'hlitle" drli..,',-pon whom you now dote,'
will become a Vler' thVt Will., stiqg you, tq the
heart. -Ylour praisay jourx.i rid'trnc-.. a41 yourt
partialitie,, vvij~l: briwg-. ho^ :t--),z tinson, oVAV thq
gallown/or. 4ir aidr-i]'itktfrd's grdvQ I In t iii o h fi~t ur/,
of-farnili s thWis % 'L.'rei to'c, th almost inv^i.thld
re~l~tt," parents," cJrbid, -i" .tlia';. cop.Qiie4'ou4
{earful responssbji iitits ycsir. d -e.e, Varvest-you|
oon. wiU reap; let .not.your prrfmereid, iji,d
-childreh .ery out,Ai,.the biktyrnes.sof eternul dies-
pair, for vefageah'c'e& yoir'm'nfxfihfHt heads J "}
t ,. ..... .' : ;
Interestui^ Fac~ts'm" Bief.".-0 u t of,-every',thou.<
sand men,-twbnty die arrhfotl!y. .:"..:.' *
The number of ihhabi'tants ,of a etaor,'eounty
is renewed- every thirty.years. *:,..:,. ,
The number of old mene who dieii jiebld wea4
their is to- the number of'.those who dieln warm
weather, 'seven to four.'.... ,, '" ;
The men-,-able. to -bear -rms:form aofbtrrth of
the&nhab'tants-of.aecou'try,. .-.. ". :::; '
The proportion-~baeween' the; d.'aths o(-w46men
arid that or men;' "is one',hu'&dted,',to ohe':h u ndred
and eight. "The probable *duzaion.of female lives
is si'xty; '.bht after'that.period! the' calculation i
8.adre-favbrabit.to them'than era.,'; .: *' ,
'One halfio thtise w~h6 aile Born'die]befire .tli'e
-attain' the age ofiseventeeri, .... -.'"..*+ ,, ..,
Among 3,12o who die,. it appears by the' ?egls.
ters' that, there "is' oty- one person'of one hundred
years of age. :.- ,,' -,.: ,; .... I ',


More old men are founud- in elevateded situatiotij
than in valleys andpl;ns. -' -.. '.
- --.J.4ntrican'Giant.-TThQe Al bany Advertise'
says-they. are;gr6winga.,ibtt.at Cox.:-ickte, ia -fha
*State,-who promises' to oietop, all.competition-irt
this;coqntry or Europe. His' ine is Nathan Lamp4
Sanan, and he issixteen years ol'cweighing one him
-dtr'and ninety eight pounds, sending at thisgtimQ
',de.&ftfeet one iincli in height, ai~ growing", like
mad." He is described by-Dr.1Sxiith as "'*agreati
tt'all; awkward;,'good natured sixteerear old boyv.!
IHe.is bWliev&tialready to have the ingest legs'oid
the ,continent;,and has actually grownrine inches
the lastyear.' He'is 'n.ambitiaous-Voqth, and hal
desire to outgrow all. creationn; ianaspiration
.quite-likely to'be're'ched, for he ha.gqod health'
-and., *rod :habits.:' T"Fh Doctor th'ink,+e: will
>reaoh. at least another'foot;.amd' on, -the w*.le we
have a.rerygood prospect of raising, an,', Eiapire'
*g ian t. ; ( . .. .... ; -" "i : ,
..F1e Dyim;T-Fg, liter sunday: schobi
girl,-wjen dyrg,,vythed h6f mbther'-tb pq tpo;
.rqes round her hoad..nthe coffin, and .n e`ing
aaked why not, aaid,3."'bcaue' Chlidsls Iit" was
lvned \Tfh- t.borns.": This- ibeaufiful, Aou!,htf
'ias been versified by James Moatgoqriery,: Esq".;.'
Mama,ha little rriiiden said, ;, ;
Almost with hr expiring sigh, ,
"Put no .eet roses rQnqd ry ead,
When in.my coffin-dresq'I lie." '. i
<' Why. n.!t,.Y jea," th mother cried-
wha't nowe so well a crbtpse.adorns '?"
h Matma'rhrethrnoe, iont'ji-e 's .cr ,.'. *
'Thejy "crowvt".. ,>,ir .Saviour's- Iead withini
tho&nsj "i. 1 i ,


*/ ,t -^ ui.g :,J^ly^ ,1 8184 .-
.14 defaf .Mr. Editor :--hi 1hi., s.veetest of
I| t ttPe v lITag ?, where ,tl,-t'rf ,l t- ,*ye .bcam,
S"andi thlL, -st.L Il,.Ivta b.tTyt,-.uod'er atmo-,'"ic0re of
t" andt e t~U
* t geater rese ahd($sont')rr t'h:. bio-res, p.j'ha'ps
' .ar, v other p,.i non 'ii the habit-ibltc-gob nu. ',1st
:' alste-emt., an espec'iAt fvor, that ,w'e'hive not
-; gi'iJ-<'bli'iu',s uf you;,and 6ur :rmany .p am.ises
j; 3t,.-W- v ',-4 -i tte aings and. doigssol the
.'S fldr in our'*f ;.cr'Ce-. .*i .. .. .' -' ;. ' *
*I .tuQi'ncyis a .li,-s'cd litlpe Ac.c, an1 full,' 1i-
, tific lhe -nc61iuiuu's tiat' h.tve-induced us toa
s. -remnp y'a ,-idene,:? with hii-i'ts cal4h and' hlo'-" ir-
Slilinence. Hai n- se.ll'm been t'i. scehe of vI-ry
'1 'exciting. G.C It 'rIe ce, .its pIeople .y-ield ililto
,1 kanyvmntiod.thaf, may iive therin a nimerits ino-|
n ceT'it. uiiuetnliht. The'r interest hnt.-'' ee'Li''>Ui,
of clch1.rel ', we are toid, \'li'h exIauuit-_.,l the ir
S r.pecriiari' e'a'eoure-s ard: archi L'ti'tr l I iSte. vwas
'sion suiiceeded b' tthe excitent-nts- bf thr. itnne'r-
6, iia e ue" This in tur n, r't'er I. tna .t(v'6vopedt
w" i't, h-lf,,.'[iV.i, ant :>.rrin tlhe c ,in rn
S nity, ave pLAa.e t..i;'vr.eklyfi.U( o'uI ia ,:,me h utiise
Slie'vioi.is'lv deszign'.ated, wher-.after.-having: taketv
tei in a deceit and mr 1 V' m,-itin,-r 'at -th'irl r wri'
....u : i" ,1i'? ,;s**t p ; .'3 ^ ,' .'1 'r-J H J-:' :'^*1 ^e ..t
become -a; rnme-rviass.sprt.- or- sri'a ,st B-mnusic and
i 1.'iniii'ih't could "ike them.-
, ;''Thi ,..-hQ'.veve ; -ot 'lI1%a ir1I ,:.cca;ior,,.d tbe e-
tabhshmhr.t of an.fy iustitu.tion to. tui'fjt'uct'itg
' g tence,: q'.i -l r.-gsiriedi its d milaon to t.he
i :'mgW'poawetful ex iftement probdice^d by'tha di-
Scovtc-wr'v t.' | ij ,*abo'ut a nitle h'ii-m towrn, witl,
" rin),:,f. de,:.iJ,.:d, mi.riia~hti)..i, moeicina1 p,".-,;, et ii;:.s=--
l.vhi",e 1u- trv is to he Lhe'subjectoqpur ,present
! c ornrni'iu ic.a'ion;i ," '. .* *, : -* ;^;+:.5> |
t ,'t w ..il have''. pled'si, f t,. extraor-'
i dinary occurrenIce, EvvLiicirni tli, i rp,'rt in,: i- I]tur
a t.i rh d -to th'e ctrcPTmst n,'.', h:di i l:n .l, i er
dJ.'.s)'ry of;so 'inestirnable?., ble-'ii,, tv our races
:btit, 1frt- ilrfiinabTiity" toi ,ri'i or "'Cli,- a' rn-irn-"!n-
terestinu ori o ,eII At.I1 11:t,;fii
S teres ng rigin, are com 'ille I ,:, ,..In it t ,'>- -irh
Spie' trut,,' t'iat 'nezrpes lf...'in, it--vere 'inaccusf
,0mef' t h .isl'h ,a/isa ,le(,i -.J 'vi'i ir1i le,:ts as
6 I-IC lo a9
ware tl '.iiabitants ,3 .'; G trie-a with tlif ie iledIcUl
w;'niers rbf rr-r 1s, .i',pl'', theri by 'tlh ? trisonT
S u1i-i-t', bel,_.j .'.I-_l ir.,'l *. .\^ 'p Op'0't.1't," h .ri_.1l i't ,t
'* the *' vrl.cr ,v.'s ac.v are.even i, it-i :' ite.ne.
'yf~ "--'n-n-- 'riinl*, '*"e 'i um, 1 '(Flue ; 'oi
' .,-... Ot"i~ts hL.ric,:al--).t-,j ertie., as e ,lntufk Ld IN- anall
+.'vii^, .'.ve: O:,n res_! .,i.irsecIveA. i<,,'l*ra *.n,.. :F e idtitob.
t' du ti'.jn'.ol cn'eiiic l a d d'rit *.1 i,.1',-,t ,-'e,,
:->nr-. .ex.Tee- nu l' inte 'eIazV. Ii ',-,,i.' elra, and
. he 'T ,',. bri.hte.it ]ap ,i,-._; fh, 'f l a f.K-e.L.-hlind
a .wpain'. ('', g,,l s[t"ectacle's, that we,,inmtdntly fixed
S I 'iji ,,-n 't-' xplri' ent u buti tle'e cin -'' i:,t, of lI ie
S'loride' of dalcinsa, and -manyo. there terms which
f; or our, lives we ea'nt.at pow riii.i'i.tb.-r, ,:-, -
F '.-trl ', bhillt. uslto :'ay; inrAelligible concepfion
of thelprocess 6& the6 reult. While the uplifted
Singer oL thelearneqd gentleman wohoaj'..te.1,
S^fa.irly frig-,hteted awy any 'rutui-ial wish We lhaI
to-inquire-ab'utt't' matter -'-To';Osi>too,; it was
SsufnficIent tht its' 'effects were good;no' matter
it i-s' :e 'e', 'ver..
k what. cIIIi ,i .prop-erties coibte to .their
pr'.rp,,ti3'ii |', "atd" no one who has: had an 'o, pori
fi.. iif\ <-:f seeing tI,,' hiilit Taces anld-eli-ti', st,-pi
S which all.Lii b, Crrm th'it mat,1'1,1 .,l ,l-v% t i' at
this shrine of health and beauty,.can, doubt, of its
good .efftec't. .W 'Wil. aoft positively assert that
the' lovely faced of.-'omiftown are owing to a daily
.. .. ,- ,o.,* . -. i v .'- *'
it ,.iil-iuc:e at this sprin' 'Yet 'hliil, tl-,e n'f ct is
*'>i. ,Y "' : "1 : ".* ;' ...'.. ; ",*
( a'l .Ldoubtfful,- we think it hecomes E. er- one to
S.seek-similar re-,.ls at llie's.in- s.oUre?. And t1h4
bi" d~f'l-,rb,le- FOr"alt1,'_,i.i,,h" it ts ai-el'lte,_ ti~at p:e-l'pl^
: "n,:vJr o.1-- 6.0r.% uldJ n .Quiicy, t'he y .t least aire
+ 1. + ; ; ,
sometimes old before they have the g-.dI I.:runjoe
t... tin, I'e p4l -thqoldtpeople, as they tramp
-al6rig'bavk, helping, eah o'rher. over the 'fences,
"hoddi:lheir h'eadr at eah'% r other',-aidt ;l i, hir'.
m'erriV.a' eve ry l~,e. i :dent, .n :at'the.excte.
men't scarcy?lv less pia+inu', a,,d Eives enBthe kdea-tha!
they havev' gone just, as far'ih the sbb'er and
prci's..ways of old 1-'', as they' tave"m iia'i1 to
have, visited the fountain p' pc-rpetuail \outh, ^Qd
are fully Tresolved to' turn ,back againh .Nor a4e
we'ba:h!l.er3 ex{cluded from the general gc,-J thi.
in.-stimabil.e spring flIroxs around us. Never ,wa4
a spri -gi ap.pro.Qahcd. ,by- a finger. deliyity dol'l
which .a gallant youth may extend little in-s'esnee
of attentidn;,and ssistance't6 'the genffe'b'min'g
.who Jas. cofide d,-her .saf'.'y.'o his carej'*never
:w\as 'th ere'a Goolet had erind which .t! w;atoh',over
her recovery from. the toiffs 'of-Ihee-xcursion;
ntvir iiisootj vhere'fair'et 'features .of' Florida
scenteryy conspire tn win her to a kind and gentle


mood; never a place .where pr'i6foiund .seclRsiori
: frof.The -ld ,;and: the happinesss gf.beiWgwhere
few have. b.een before thero, eficit'e.ings ofhiiore
trusting and .entire depetdance upon each ofherl
And when twilight sheds'her .sootfhg-irg ifldenc4
-oe6r wild nature ahd 'the hu'i9i''he'art, neyey carl
there *l'e sweeter' place 'toviYplt-er tales of.love|
or aolibrjilaeeifot thd interchange of vows of
true and doted c.distaincy. :. .."': -. i
Asa reasonabln men thpn,, witiffth6se 6 tnquesi
ti.lale evidences, can we entertain a doubt of
-t-he effic'yc bf' w e i t Vttne&rad ic at ion of
every hWMa-i4fl.F t;het .* 8 Warrant and
1 :2 J tl g. '" i .l ^ '-l'l ', .'* + f t ,
dtpd them .ulNcinqve. w r n Tn s inFolrua, and
do aslert. that iWthey, a'e ithie.most potipt waters
under the sui a'ahd th{t' ht jtididilots. use even
the ill of baphe.lorship sel-wi.lutrmately yield
to their salutary xifluetice. .. .- .-.
Whoe.er'therefreoe',e jn Sickne$s, cone-! who?
ever -is in affliction, come..'whoe.ver is. trembling
on' the verge'oa tenrder larati'orL,;'me 6 quickly
and bring theifair b]ject, of ifi.affections with
hin, for we do also asst'tthat vows takenunder
the influence fg i-ot place will ewer be held
-:s*yred tq its t memory,;nd .be,.the ha-bingers-of
: abiding ahd - ^'*}- ~ K'^**;::..'' '. -LA-SOCIETE.'
To'veep'f&r-far.is 'httldish'; f weep for anger
'is -xvi-ianish' ,to 'eepforgri.i.-huIinman; to weep
f6or cornpa8aion. i dtnei; b',ro weop fi-Ein is
C hris-tien -


since. they stopped 'my' Iog.." .: .
"Yet your-days will be Ilengthened,. Jack,"
-said the temperancetar, taking hlis comrade oil a
new tack. :- ,- :: : ;
I!," You'rel right there, for the days since I havi
had nothing to drink,, have been singerr than a
'voyage round: the. world. Blast many .ey,.bu.,tit
sometimes seems to mie as though there would be
-.noend to them'-., .. -, .' -
-A WiF-_-P- n the play of Love and Reasot,'
-old.Gon. Gotdon is persuading Adjutant Vincent,
to 'm ar-ry.. ;' ,; .. '
. "She is an angel!" says the General -,
.'. .dpn't want an angel;-I sho'uild .not know'
what to do with an angel!" is the reply of tbe sin-
1" 0 "' o.f be Rin -
gle-hearted Atdjutant .V _: ,.
"'She is all.sweetness," rejoins the General.
S:-:v' So is a bee hive,"' answers Vincent: ".but it
does not follow that I should like to threat my
head into-it :
-IN A QUANDARY,x.-Postmnaster Wickliffe. has.
served a notice upon the New York Rail Ro.ad"
Companies that carry the Unhited States mail' that
'he shall fine'them $50 every time they carry The
agents of Ponmeroy & Co's Letter Express 'ovet
their roads. On the other' hand, Mr. Wetlli, of the
firm of Pomeroy & Co., not 'to he outdone, ha
signified to the agentsof the Raill RBoad.Companies;
his intention to commence a prosecution against
the first company that refuses to carry -himself or
hisagents. The companies are thus placed.like a
jackass between two bundles of hay, with tlhei
duties as common carriers on'o'e sideat1l.icd ir
contracts at mail carrier. itil -th, oth o ; J


,ADVICE.-TO, NIAtD1N.,- *' ,
That "cIaisieatr soig~wh4 oo omrmen'eeS with 'O0
a h 'ie. voI Ir timi-e, Miss L17-oy;'! .1,1 rv'j^vdi^t
Srolus it. y -" t:,1 I- ie- wh' h'.Lne been ',.uii.l' II'd by
it.. v '1 i I S l i rry doI [ns1.n ,'i,',i)'i',
ilhi''-r t-t.i l rni!a'ried a- -i.it l,'k iv as :,',-sihLe. -Hus-
Sbands are hike6birds, ifyou do,,'t bi,,-z lI-L'ui.d, -n
at ,',iic ,-th e'y'are off. .f'f' ,, .-. -=
Love is an-ide:.: b-,efis,4 rqalitr. The idea you
..can get, along '. : it.h' -nt I .'-h b 'eel' .'',-tiii t -In '.'-.
; o not then all-x.''' uiny r I IIi_]' .-.li' r iiii'mc-itai I, to
, i'lt,'rfr-re: v.*ith h'..ai",it|.,idl _'--i:,u.t i,.l c'ale-nl .Uiiii pa,'erits
| "c.-1 ..a,, ilvantag.-.-.k.s seilletac tit.
'Young gil- 'v.il[ have'- t tn'imr--s ofth 1-igrrttrin'-;,
'"we k nooW bidt these 'are. like-other cimtnlaintsinci-
I t-m.-'.l i,. ,uiTh. they 1 Ahtv:;-,'-,ld d-idlv without
; any b'iad ._',;ts: Dtsipepsqi ,,f,-napTd.Uees ,rean-"
Scholy, which is attributedit disappointed affection,
-but 'run. bie,.id and: apple aii:.. will speedi-y re.
m ove. llIi-: uon'ip[.!nit. ,' ,
,SoreI- l ha.%-I. l it ianai,-,iu so;teinddr, ftl'athey
S'believe tle'r',is;lv,)s. n l.,ve,:'x'i every ra xhi'.h'"iv
a givil word to them. These unfortunaTecreatures
, sf.,'rl. t in-e 'i'e hi-r '-i, [ifl ?ev'.rv morning, and take
l\ .*in,-'. -r' exercise on horseb'ack'.' ,' -- .
;. Romahtice shld.6"e'.e 'coafind.-:tpo, circulating
-!lir'i'i-:; ai.'-J parding schoolsi.;jit-is.weiH enough
ii, ni,'-.e ,lt,-;n tuIi out of -lri'-in i-' sadly nj the
I. .. i- z.'-rv at-'ti- .tak .. ,,.- ,,'I aind butter" out
', on sm ,.'-..,itti..n:Il Lt is a S i',.i'i:,i fact.in-'phvsi :--,
.itJ.L.t r cuij h ),_-. e ea( iise. ir, lr ii[.t. t''' .'i,?'], i in i- er
fills an ep ril' v t. n ,'h. .- '
I" -~t~ i'- I )i. nll n ,,-,: I with yout. In tead of asoerk
t.itiL', i'h J,:, r of hI *eVnYVIti out itl0 <' -ln"h of
his j'"n'- -: ir sue'r l .,:,f ,a '" in.- in ,-c_-?, a ii.-[ uf his
'effects. If Ilth-se alk- a ,idlv ti.[i-k? i,:i' T', never
--'t'hind his looks. 'bu,,1-'-ii i1. e th- t ,,iP-'giln Iu o.. nce.
You will leirn. to I-:,ve 'linn '.XIInTi yom-feel the ne-
''.-.itv.. o~f.-.icih .. pa iou.; Ili t .e lci ilIit-, e1-
,..d d riti e Ti f. ; ; .! *-.: *, ., :' : ,
iThiere us,-. rt'hemany Alonzs and Mekissasin
.theL. we.rld, and 'rliirL was ",,., 'inmiseri'y in, conse-
,ti'nvh:,. N-.iw-a-.iaVs, ''?-rple ie i:'re s'v i -e,! i'Le.
They have an <-ye ni- [,i:. r i, : it-).f I i'r r t'u,u'?r ,5t
fI,-t. 'unIl mn ore, nul-i-t..nn!i ,:'.- nfo'rr in l a v,:
tli',1-t'l -d ih-,'it',. thani-a dnr7en _onnet. more :III 1 tuy
in a biinrifll,, v ,,,li,'ti:-i' hie, th II a -.'-'ir-- of love-
l[p r r.--s. -All ti.;. itr ivs a ::i c-u,' i d .l of -i,,,ri sen ,-'-
whict ll n-ide-'n-3 w:iuld do well To profit Liv.-[ 0:I,"'s
'Mesiienger. ..
T ii G RF;AT WXA.LL OF CHINA-B. C. '214.
.;Itwas iili.,theviex.v ofsecrii,., his empire ah-
ainst" ftiutrt-- attacks of thqse. i'-.iniIid1Ible trib-.,
.tii.d C eti -,,v-i ^te no'lent,-rok tihe c inplet i n -ofi the
(,Gi-e: t Wall, _a stupendrou. wcrk, ,ur P,-s--hltlI te
m oQst \\'0.;..:-lr lrl enl.r't." 5 >.,' fin.iL t.i-.nr ini ot -In-
c'.:iiiit iL S, tiii.l.up,.n \% hi qh t ,r.t'. centuries havb
exerted but lttle itl-'e>t. Tim: la'.est"6ofthe ,,rIa-
.rnids fEar't contains but a sinll torti,,n i:fi'i.,t"-
te in thi wall;thesblid contents of-, which-not
iiicltdiui.i, the proo.ectig mriass;- .-.f -[t'd,e nId hri,-k.
which alone containas i'unicli raw' ry a- all L,,n-
don-are -u to'Z,,se' to xcdedik bulk' the rmater-
al.af'4ialitih' d.-elhirig hn'iuses "iQ'E .lui.t armid
Scotland. The 'va-tr'ui -ss of themass may be bt-
o .trra pirei.ited ihy\-bon ,d, -riri:, that it is more thah
s-urici-nrt to n-i.rouhdi the ,'irCumference of ithe
eut*h,. a-n two--0f-'itsagreatest circles, with twb
'walls, each six-feet high. and two feet-thick,-
Walls hadbee,, ,h'-l ":-i -' t;-l'tososome of the pet-
Sty prices in t lr', nIIorti,, t.) 1\.xi.ide the barbarians
from their state's: About -a century back, the
'provinces- of Chih-le, Shen-se and'.Shan-se, form-
ed' th-e.three kingdoms ofTsin, Ct'.,i,.and Yen,
which adjoined modern Mongolia. 'To protect his
Territories froih the Toork -and other tribes on the
borders, -the ki.,ng.of Tsin built "a wall from the
north of Lin-taou-foo, at the western- extreth'ity of
,.Shaa- se tothe-H-wang-ho. north of Yengan-foo -
The prince of-C-haou als'o-constructed a wall from
the Hwang-h6 tthehe presi., ir..iiur,.-rr'of Chih-le.
The king of Yen continued 'the wall from the
norrh,:of Setaen-hwa-re. toLeach-tung.--: .
SThe emperor directed his general, Mung4teen,
who 'had. completed the campaign against the
H-eung-noos, to'sturvev-t-e w ,ts--uiiit by these
princes, to complete the union, anid. to continue
-this great barrier from Kea-yuh:-kwan3t' the place
*wheate, at a/subsequent period, Wung-haclow.was
built;'- on the shore of'the Eastern See,' aspabe of
about fiften-1,'idn,, dre,.rl mile. over deep valleys a nd
mountains of -re.tt,.'c-leviti,n. The.fQunda.tions df
't'isNr.,di'giovu work- Were l'd in tht16e".n'rli' )i:t
Ctr tllqyear. Enormoijs numbers of men,' s6me
say inrillti'-,ii'being a third ofthe ith,,ltit:rns of a
',:e't. aI'I age, were collected' fro allpart '0f the
emrn'pie-, 'and' s'et ''t6 Wdrk 'onffthe stI.i.,'iir:,. : its
Ss'-1peiii ten"-ln']C. -vas .entru~tAd,? to Muog-ste.'er,
w'- i'.) l uh'aider' lii0 f at army of' '00,000 riemi.-
'Vessels 1'ddn \witlh'i.ftii w,:.-c. sunk(at the seaL
"Sh'dre, Wherii6'te t hxit"biAr-,' n. to make a'tbuttr'ess
f,:i" it';" L-:g;--. ai'rch- s w,-e'e bh iir for the po- ,-ige of
i-ivers;' aOnn t e watls',t t ei-tr'ai ,l-i'ance's, ere
'forts:'for---garjsons- ates werei'nad e atcfolv 'eient
places for "traffic, |itii3'?:,e-i"f ,trjr.- ,- ], ahid' its
width was- 'so'grea-tthatin 'sc,,,, jtt:i',', ,'-
horsemen could .'walk' abn.ea-t at the top of the-
wall.,-.. 'I-le work via's c,:m 'plet'ad'in theshort space
of ten'.years!, in thetsecond year of the usurpation
:.o'fP,..wang,;(sB.c, 205;.) so .-that.',ineither.Q.heh,
'rwangle nor anyiof his race had the satisfaction of
seeing this great utndi_,t-i-tikin' ae'omplished. : +
-' '- ,A mornt~ons^ riistory q~f Cihiias.

A-. An officer of our N :,\,\ tells a <,_i,']arner::d,-riteof
Sa couple of taroi'e.ot .xy'hom was strictly temge.
.1ate, while.the other ui'c-er in.s.-d his groog under
'any. circumstances.. For. nnee little misdemea;-
.nor the latter was sentencet, l t Jawre his l-iquo-
stoppe, ,- ,r'ten days-the nros.ttc~tflpuhtis'hmernt}
probably; .that could 'Iave, h.:-n irhipte,1 t.46n
k r. ,:"' ,. /': ^-: *,, ;. ...' ... .*,t'>" ,' :- '.
Three days befoi-e 'the soeiirteiir.,'Lii:rJ,' the
temperance ,tar-asked his comrra-_.l- iio'x.le felt
since his g,',;' had been't,-,plied. ;
- _, Perfectly miserable," was the response.
But you will soonjget ove':i.f."
Never Shiver lya timbers if ever Ican beat
.>to the windward f-.'vtia ,bad'- feelings' *yve. had


LIVEU'POOL-P-er ship Sobieski-1677 bales
cotto --59 sti'k's cedar.-


A' c, are nuthoirzed to an;-
noupe ROBERT. J..FLLOQYD, Esq., as a Candi-
.tdqte fi:.r the Senate.from-. the, Western-. Senatorial
;Distr.ct at the ensuing elecion .. jy2.*T


*'.^, We ,.are 'aitho rized to'an-
'nou'nce Dr. 'N.' A LONtG- bf J'acksoG;. a as-'C-ant
' didat6 for 'he' Senatefr'6m the W'ete'r S., nat-"'T.m
District at the'ensuin& lc-tnon. jv.-7* i-
S.Jane'%,-ai)on, ',,.. ; ,
-;HOUSE .-SIGN OhNAM. ENTALJ PAINTER
-*' +.:%AN.) GNLAZIEF?,': Vf
S; ..... ;A '. t Ap;.'ihlieola, Fin. :
.-P !l- Keep-i ,-.ns3Aritly on hand a h ill supply 'of
SPaint-,'Oils,Gla:s,', Putty. &c.. &c Work done
on .th r ii-,,it r- ,-i'.,,,l"1",e t'-rit',. '' '- augf19- .
Apal.ac IBieo h.a isPtrict of Floridai
F,.... FRANKLINN COUNTY, t
. *... '--D I Do;ts,-, Coiup l't .. ). _

.-Jimes'; Watson ft k l. Delt- -I; (''+ : _.
I'T appearmn'g.e trle ."_ou,:i't, i''omn the rn'-prt ,-4
the-Mastfer'in {- 'i, Ceryu "inthis-cei-s d"' II.iirti?-
That the tfo-,l,,',ii.- shims ae due by tho- parties
heinafte uienti...d.. fr' tle "instalmr t-s lere-
i-to'fore'callbed in, -m 'the-ir stoctkih the i'rnkii
Land and Ap,'I.alil,._t l'f 'C-.ipay,'public "o0
tici'ier'-.-?ty 2"-en' to the parties respectively,
to pay theSIamne to Peih'jamin F. N,"u'-se,I- Receiver
in'said cause, togdthW iitla th, inter-:st ,thereon'
fiom the fir.t d',' ofMarchi, 1843, or their respec-
tive sh'o.n's will be s-:,ld at public auction, in ac.
c6rdap-C'ewith i decree of the Court of'Chancery
ior .the-'Distri-ct 'afbresaid, 'to pay the several
amounts so, ,d-e6 an:d ,owing.,' Sale first Wednes-
day in Deeernrenxt, to 'ixt:.
Daniel Mc-Dd-ugal. .'ri'.ik[,,l and interest, due 1st
March, 1S13... .................. .i,.ii 00
.Hudsona A. Thornton, ". '- 3,31061
Burton:.Hepburn, or.his assigns; were : '
indebted on the same-day and year,-.. 072 76
John D.Howell................ .......... .365 98
-.By order orf the Hon.i Samuel -.W. C armAack,
Judge of the Superior Court' of -Franklih.cduntyo
in:t-xe-Apalachieola District :of Florida V
'.: .. : R.- J. MOSES, -
;.: : ,:; 1,.. .-' .- V- M:, .tn-i-,'in Chaneery^ ;
Apalaehi&.lla,Atigusf` 19,' l-1: .-1 'i .
O-PARINERSHIP- NOTICE.-The ,under-
.signedu-having associated with-them .Mr. IK
W. BROOKS, will continue ta transact a Genera
Commission, Forwarding, and Shipping Bsineso,
under the firm of NOURSE, STONE & Co.
.. : NO URSE;& STQNE.
B. F. NOURSE,: ) : ., ... "- ..,
IH .BT.O"iaSO A-pala:bicola,,Aug.-. 11844 ,
UINW7,: .BooKs.: .! a19 *


.( LD RECTIFIED WHISKEY..-20 hbts old
-Az ectified Whiskey, just received .p schr.
Mary Ann, for'sale low-by sh. .
.... DQDGE & GARDNER, "
angl0' "".. 40 Water st.
N OTICE-:Six months after date I shall apply
.L to t'o Hon. Judge of the .Crniomtv court of
Jackson county, for letters of difhmission from the
adrni.nPration on the estate of Sampson Pope,.
late'6 sai,"e ohty deceased. "
S. ., .: .SARAH IH. POPE.,:A4m'x.
Jcsm Countf", JuFly 26, 1944.: -a3-6in


.,: To,he A.terican Bar.
1HE u.ndersij,'ie.J cunttern-plates putting to Pfemz
h tl entisi.,h, Sprng, '-'if t'irst volumne of.
"'-SCENES '-AND 'ANECDOTES OF THE
,, -. A.\MERICAN BAR."
.1-, M'i'bh iren trl'-tiughout thle .UniTted Stiates ate
riie.steld to- aM me with ieontrii.utions from- thlieir
-respect iv "Scebe" or -'Anecdote"' in th p*proper County ot
District. -As the eoti ihutuonis'will be vety nnum,
'rous and mifanyr vofhtthe`o"from' thefar North abid
\Vest.[ I Utiust. ro-llut.st my friends to: pay the post;.
aie U).n fhL'il. ITshall:be aided in tl(is amusing and
Sieteestif'g .work 'by- s6me of th6 oldest and nost
distir'ugnisted'-iMembers of'tlie Sour-hern Bar.
f Ic?* All' communications mtast* l" directed to
mrneat ,, Pensacola, :F>'rida''-,
-n'i, .: .-'" .1 .S 14.'. RICARD -ROE
-".Editorsa olain ile. .l,t4'm inde.ak.ng will
please copy "
CbRbDAGE &i OAKTUM.- -,
C* 6 coi s ofMIaiillaCorTiageassortted
VVV'T b Oakeus 00p'-sale 'V
+++' '- -.. ! rt)GE:'( r GARDNER, -
Sap"i 4I WVarter street,
TIME. --5u bbls of, Lime, for sal2 low by
_.I .KIMBROU;GH & RIDGWAY,
:,, b w ,a p-,r his agentWM..H. HUGH-ES,
*>). i -- f .. .. -- "- W ate( street.
'.- iHEWTN *"/FOBA.-kCCi'-)-45 dor-M.rs- Miller's
'" C',lieWeing Tobacco' just ecei 'ed and l 'or"sile
.'- T DODGE GARDNER,
jeu:'! 4: w., I "' ". 40 Water st 'eet..
-l-ND0W OA .H klDES-A fresh ','as-ortment of
V the latest lpat terns,' just received, and for
sJe by.,, ELLISON & Co.
a apl',il -: "' 33'Water st.


B :' R LEAD, -tiD,,-)bs Bar Lead., "
For- ale by : ".
..CHWSTR, FARRIOR'&- cG F'
j i. ... -. -.. W 1 \4 after street.


,MATTING- FOR SUMMER CARPETS.-A,
".LVAL -prime ,assortment jysi repei'v,ed-. ', "
.,-.Eor~saleby : ... B ELLISON & O.i
S- 2. 33 Water .street.


-T- ,RUGS, MEDICINES, &c..--The subscriber
.Jhas: 'just opened a iresh supply of.Drugs,
Medicines,- &c. All orders from the country
promptly attended to. . 8 HAWLEy, v
. jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.
i I 1_


O N CONSIGNiMENT(a,9-,-bbhl% choice- Salt
Beef, in; prime order, ;put up expressly for
family use. For.sale by ,- "
,:..- CHESTER, F, AROR & McG- FF,
jel : .-.: 443Yater street.


ISsOU-JTION OP CO-PARTNEj$HI...-
.iTKe Cjo-Partii'trrshiip!,eretoTe existing under
the a,%e- ad.tyie of $, DOYLE & BUITTMAN,"
Ship p hacndlers, and Grocer,. Nos. 2. &4Delorp
street, TriangleBuildings',is this day "by' ihitual torisent.; A..claims due 4. said firm
are requested t b6e presate,4 and thos6 indebted
,topmakle payment tq 1,FIQO. Ml. D'OYL, who
will coEnt rie:the.'bpye buli'ines's on his own!;ac-
,ount, the nrme'r obthe-t to tbe used r liquida-
(Ain.onn'. Sipiied), T OST ". OYLE.:
!* *l -. 1., -I; ',* : E'7 WNJ. BUTM AN.',
NewvOr eans, June) .'13 i44.;. jy6 1nm


N O bT"C.---T Oan iersigned ,have this day
-- formed., a, p,'aii rs}iip[ 'und-r the name" and
style .ef, GLD>S,'lTEIN & CO." for the ,transac-
tion of a. :general -.,Whoii.sae, Greaery and Com-
mission Business. D. GOLDSTEIN,
-: .1 JOHN R. B EERS.
Columbus, April 1, 1844. .apl3 2rd

,TTARRISON" APPLE CIDER.-A superior
-LJ article of .(o. S,,. Badger's man3ufacture,
in barrels for sale.b -' 1., :. .. .
..: ... -. .. NI, F.&.BSE STOTN0E,."
'Water
.." .jei .-;... '." .: "" ". '46" Water street++
AX'S.-A fresh lot of ev Ketucky Axes,
jist eived and for sale by
aplt3 .. lELLISbN'& CO., 33 Water at.


A.\EItIDr I S ]F 1-HUM N LIF.--N'.-'t to g, t,
bi- 'vlifen uN mu -,1 le,'p-v; L c ,us-i ; ft i ,','t a 'eVl r In
hi. i.. .H -.-- .. ." --- "- -'
'-T,. sftrfnd-in water to yur l-:.i.:es ithint .f..,r'tJ:;'ut
whei n y.i 'CIrI biyn tilt ,, intI a ie n,dr'iiiirkLti .
" l" bTtie heir: ot :mu:) .Iv.., U V:ious u i i,, ]--p \ in .'iiiii tli,
' m," Fl.ir:, t i'.' tl,, ("ef: P':,,-t ,,i,, i r in i-;-II ,-
To buy.a-horse& I'ri,,u a'near relation and believ-
ev6ery word he says'i'n praise',f tCie'ani:rn tf-_il
,desiroustq''IT.lp, ,-. ,'.; to.- '..: -.
T ,'Tos'in;,p,.,.',: that ,'er-.n o;-,ik-.is to l ieir ,,ur,
child cijy,-and you I lk i "i,-'-ii '.to it. ..:- .
,., To tell a person 1 it, .' i ,,ii, you, :y I t It .a ,ln
of In'li'i ie ..t v,.,ii are in'. ant of it. ;
To tlO iil.: evervymah ar i'i f, spirit v',i,- I ,ts a
.d u e l ....'. -... ..... I.. ...* a.....
;! Td'pcnouwrcb 1i'--i'e th, m rs it,'icus wv io T rir-
'absent theii sclins froih-churbh,.',:.- ':. -' ,
STo expe'.:t pruniii.,ltyfr':'i an idle rnai. t.
* ''-To discont'itue ''deahring.witha.a' trEd-,'-sm.n to
whom you '.we a lI3're Sum. df'' mbibne atid wh.kc,
y,:n are ur-nia!l'. to o .pa ':i
To''coiiratulate a, trypoLhondriac' on' bis 'go.,d
'l ok s .; ,. 2 ^ '.... .. .;- -' 7 ; ^ :-/':- C S "r
, l" te'lla aconfi'm'ed.beau' tliat she 1lolks niuch
.bettert- tihi'tihe d Il i i3 e'o6 n. -. e O
" "1"o prat1) ; ar d ,,it iit,-'r i t ,',-i{e u 't in H i t h :re.
sen.ce.pffh h :,-r ',:-i, -- :f t ..l r ,.,f i'vo e uinl 7ri .rl .
..; To si\e Pd',.e-- t,.', "-i .,ruiie \vitti, a f,'_.,l, "
To cci.iii thit i, tt.nti,.,n i;' a iarge .cu'mpainy bt
thie re'lt'A il a,,i 1:o' :u I c e-i fni ifit 'icestin I to, you,'sc lf
a line '
T,.+ l ad v-i. -., ','f a l m i, a'!. i ah [ Iln3iai-
: I lk:-d I ,is o.v"rti t.. .W ... ..s
To get up cim a'goj I %interi'n' morning to hurtt a
timid iinim l' toi',' it i, 'ltdi',0.''ri,-1 tIr'Ce ouirseles
rat6:,nal and i-?ii.'V:,lLr-nt bem '-
: To.ex '[,,--,t thFut ''oi-'fu' ,:uij-w ill rernrn1 r yo.it
.aft er v ,u h I :-, 'flu- ;. ,srtt n^ l or ,.-t ih e .-efuf -
N'- t t.I ldi I I1, w ten ',o'.i4 ti rst 'cr eat whe- -
3 a m a r e h i. ti i '-1 1 .
*; ,;* ;-. s'-;* i .'" ."_ ;._ __. t', "* rl-W ," i
-k T Oi`B'-sr Tr:.rT --Th, rn,niachr-.h of'jri.,, the'
embt1-n ,- t in- in in.? f-, ,-, i-'Itth Ce CS'prt 's- whi'-ch
s ahd.iid s \' :i- n t. ,i t -,lt I',r i:t (el Tule, in the ,Irovit',.e
of Opax,--i:i, re' Ioblih. cf i. :\i,:co, Thi, Tree- .,-i,
rneasured by Baron Humil.,,'-iat, -ind f,.niudnio te 'Ai,
hli'l'ilr't- ', ]i ,- e. t 'Illd 111v-u!,l'ii 'I,:"- !Tlh .
unak,-: f-,rr, 'tl;:er in ':.li,-id,'itl r,' T hi t,'i 'hl.' no
-i-n'u'- if 1J:'.a',a, ,-iI iho ,gii: L, i t o; i g '- i ?Is l Isv; liveyi''
f h.,, h:r rdfl ri, l't'l rrre,.- '"':,.l t,[K by all tilhe datp
applh'ed. to.tbh'. .-Ai f Tr,:'.-'. this i'ttriareh, of the
, l t .i : t hf r o


r FuR' RENT.-Th building near he
__ rM ret, -..w1'.-e ,_a ,he- 'Ia, et Coo '
"-- House,': will -be-'ent d. on -reasonale
'rt.-rn.^.A.lpply-t. .. . +3: .L:. WVYMAN.
--i u.a ich lo ,ln, uly '..', 1A44.- '
CopartrnersiEip' anid Coiuiimissibn
2:;i "'. ,_ '" U
..... ', :... B u iin ies, : , .,. .-.,
AT APALAC..HI..COLA AND cLLUATBUTS.'
;rpHEund,'i i,-ined have associate, lor the-pur-
.L p._.'e t, trL',t aI General A., ency and
C,'.iniiii.,ssi',ni E -ie'ic4Q'. Th- b.isines4"willbecob-
,. d ct:->,l .i, Apala'-,'a"i.:ol r F'l., by' "Hefir L. R'I '-R
rm-,un-d, urder the fi rn if'AYMON1D '&, HAR-IA
DIN-itr C(_,.,,rul.ri Ge., by Edward J. Hardint
"underI th'tiim l' o' :HVD[)IN'& Co. -
TFhe advirtno,:,' e-_,::fcted b 'this arrangement, to
per'.:,iis at a i l.ljitice x( ho ,a'lia-,x'-V or w ish to
in'i'ke busi'meiss inf either- r.'r both places, will be
re'l;di ly ercervedi F-.J niL tuislvesfullv cornm-
p.-tent t:' cIond'uIct stich a buiiieis .is it should be,
aninl tet)_.diig'so t<, do, \%v respectlully solicit a
sJ, ~e of patrona-e. ; .,.
.. "' "EDWARD J.'1.\A iUN,
HENRY L.'RAYMOND..
...-paacluic gla, Ju.lny 31, l -S. alhtf -
ANTIC(.r TOc'-. (VNERS'OF.STEA..'M OATS.
i liih:e Ba .y..tby.b the- naiie of .J,.e,. who is a
g,.-,,:'t*'lPo1.tr,a' l'er-i ,ii x.iw'hing to iire a Pilot to
run Iijui C,-ltmb.ui-. t,-' itacicolaIor up. Flint
River, can have imy B:,y'i- ,trial fur'A week ; it'
thet-'li]ie'ilih,,,I \i% hirefhim. for a month, or
for the whole season. Person-os ishig to hire
him will do iN-,ll ta address the uider-jgned soon,
, er n'-Sei'vices ,;.,,be ,-uga'ea.. -.,, ill hire him
l(,vwer \' tthe seaz.i. n'ihi, G\.i the siijhle- month.
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"P' RI E" PoRK." 2 -bl.'Pr" n, Pok, just re-
c eNi'ed and lour salebv v-
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u;I9 .! 40 Water sit.
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just opened anhd iMr.i--Ile by ;,
SJ:riS LP. JON E'S. L CO.,
Hqit Dfrcs'sing S-aloon,
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flour; "5 bxs tobacco, 2hhhdsuugar, 10 bbli n'macke.
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'Per+ sch, Mai-y Anrin--:30 bbis 'whiskey,' 1-"8 'do
patk, 30-do flour,' J8 d bread, 50stseks c6rn', casks,
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,


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


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INSURANCE AGENCIES.


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LEGAL NOTIC-ES.


UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York.
THE undersigned respectfully
inform the Old Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
DRY, formerly known as JAMES
CONNER'S" and more recently as
j k 4 "CONNER & COOK'S," and the pub-
lic in general, that they are prepared to execute
orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c.,
and every other article necessary to form com-
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable
terms, and of as good a quality as any other es-
tablishment in the United States.
The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
in style of face, and the material of which it is
made, particularly adapted for service in News-
paper Printing.
W- All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order.
N. B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above
three times, previous to November next, will be
entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four
times the amount of the three insertions.
JAMES CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m


WARM SPRINGS.
MERIWETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA.!
THE PROPRIETORS of this watering
place, have been induced to open their
rmi House for the accommodation of invalids
and others, much earlier this season than usual,
in consequence of the many applications that have
been made for Board from different parts of the
country, by those laboring under various diseases,
such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. all of which
readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have
heretofore held out more inducments to persons
seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to
those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
say come, and come early, if you wish to be
benefited. These Springs have proved a certain
cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
and in no instance have invalids failed to be bene-
fited who have visited them, for the proof of
which, we can refer to innumerable certificates,
some from the most respectable gentlemen in the
State.
To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will say this
much, that we intend to offer inducements enough
to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
South. We intend to keep a better House than
we ever have kept, (and it is said that we generally
kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirely
new; our houses have all been repaired, and the
whole place presents a new and beautiful appear-
ance. The temperature of the atmosphere is fine,
the thermometer seldom rising ahove s; dc5grc.
Our Baths are in as good order as they can be, and
for the benefit of those who have not paid us a
visit, we will describe them: they-are 6 in number,
each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressing
room attached to each, and ate so arranged as to
raise the water to any depth required; our Spring
affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of
water per minute; the temperature of the water
is precisely 90 degrees. The analysis as taken by
Dr. J. B. Cotting, State Geologist, is as follows:
"Height above the level of the sea, 7931 feet-
quantity one wine pint, or 28,875 cubic inches-
specific gravity 0,998-distilled water being 1,000.
GASES-Carbonic acid gas,.... 2 cubic inches.
Sulphurate of Hydrogen,............. a trace.
SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime,......... 1 grain.
Carbonate of Iron,................ 3 5 grains.
Carbonate of Magnesia,......... 10 09 grains.
The temperature of the Water, winter and sum-
mer, 90 degrees."
A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly
for riding, three miled in length; it leads to the
summit of a Mountain, where you behold one of
the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
road has also been made to the well known
COLD SPRING, only tths of a mile from the
Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it,
to be the finest cold water in the world.
The amusements at the Springs are various.-
The Ball Room is opened nightly and the services
of one of the best Musicians in this section of the
country, is engaged to take charge of it.
We intend to devote our time exclusively this
season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hope
to be able, between us, to please all, and see that
none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
will have charge of the house, S.R.B. too, will
give his whole attention.
Our charges will be the same as heretofore,
$30, per month for Board and Lodging. Baths,
free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and
sold at fair prices. These Springs are 35 miles
north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green-
ville. Visitors will fine no.difficulty in reaching
here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augusta. Macon
and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and
rivyo~e nT--nr~/1 ly -rrnm hnthv p1%s-PQ- lipra_-. on--Chplrp. -
will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage
also leaves Columbus three times a week by the
way of Hamilton, for the Springs.
The Proprietors will be ready to receive Com-
pany on the first May.
SEYMOUR R. BONNER.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.
The Warm Springs are so well known that we
do think it necessary to trouble the public with a
long array of certificates, setting forth their claims
to the patronage of the invalid, as well as the
man of health and pleasure. We will therefore
only invite the attention of the reader to the fol-
lowing letter from Doct, J, J, Boswell, of Colum-
bus:
CoLuavmis, March 23d, 1844,
Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodating
and courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of
Merriwether county-It is due the public who
may wish to leave their own homes and firesides
during the sickly season, to seek a place where
they can enjoy health, and all the comforts of
cultivated and refined society, to point them to
the Warm Springs. In its Topographical situa-
tion, it is unquestnably inferior to no Watering
place in the Umt.Cl States. The Medicinal vir-
tues of its Waters from the Chemic'al analysts sub-
mitted to the public by the States Geologist, has
aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu-
matism ; Bronchitis; Laryngitisy Hipertitis; Diar-
rher; Dysentary; Dispepsy, and all diseases of the
skin and Kidneys.
In addressing this note to you sir, I have only
complied with the earnest solicitations of some
kind friends who'have been either radically cured
or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Waters
of the Warm Springs.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consi-
deration your obedient servant,
J. J. BOSWELL.
To Col. S. R. Bonner.
Warm Springs, Merriwether Co: Ga., April 24.


OTICE.-Six months after late, I will apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of
dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.
H. B. STONE, Administrator.
RApalachicola, May 16, 1844. my18 6m


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


|Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Robert J. Floyd, comp't.,
vs:.IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al, A
defendants.
IT appearing to the Court rom a fidavit filed in
this cause, that said Lewis Ct rtis and George
Griswold, trustees of the Apa.achicola Land
SCompany, and said John M. Berrien and David
Selden, who are defendants in said cause, reside
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: the
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the said Berrien and Selden in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso:
against them (a co'py-teste.)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. fel 4m


OTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court for
Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the
estate of John Norton, late of said county, de-
ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. a20 6m


OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from
the administration of the estate of John S. Ran-
dolph, late of said county, deceased.
FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor.
Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m


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


Thomas E. Gray,
HAVING opened a Tailoring
S Establishment in the room lately
JiK j occupied by D. H. Pallais, Esq.
watch-maker, directly over Mr.
F. Kopman's store, where he is
prepared to execute all orders in
a workmanlike manner, and trusts
to give general satisfaction to
S those who may favor him with
their patronage.
March 23, 1844.


TI-IE ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY of
Hartford, Conn.-The undersigned agent for
the said Company, is prepared to issue policies of
Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on
rivers, on favorable terms. The capital of the
above company is large and invested in the safest
possible manner, and its settlement of losses has
always been prompt and liberal.
DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.
FTHE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
1 INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford,
Conn., with full power to receive proposals and
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In-
land risks. The reputation of this company for
settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.


Tax Notice !
N conformity with an Ordinance, passed by
the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa-
lachicola, March 22d, 1844, entitled "An Ordin-
ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City."
I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of De-
cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the
Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol-
lowing described property, as will bring double
the amount annexed, together with all costs and
charges of sale.
Blocks. Lots. To whom assessed. $ cts.
36 1 A. T. Bennett.......... 22 00
D2 4 ...
C26 2&15 C. E. Bartlett, ......... 875
26 2 & 3
H2 3 L. Birdsal,............ 250
H2 4 J. C. Birdsal,.......... 250
Fl 9 & 12 Calhoun & Bass........ 1000
At 1 John Evans,........... 250
HD2 516 C. Edmondson, ........ 29100
H1 5&16""
Imp'd E2 11 John Gilmore,......... 250
43 6 F. R. Griffin ........... 100
1 9 Estate of John Gillispie, 225
C2 6 & 7 Jacob Harvey.......... 750
Imp'd A2 7 John Kerns,........... 350
Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy,........ 2 50
8 2 J. C. Love,............ 3 00
17 3 William Low,......... 3 00
B2 11 Charles McKinney,..... 500
Imp'd E2 10 J. Martin,.............. 4 25
Imp'd A2 6 Mitchell Marzell,...... 3 25
E2 5 Jno.T. Myrick,........ 500
F1 11 Joseph Mitchell,....... 4 50
E2 9 K. McKenzie,.......... 500
H1 4 & 17 R. Maitland & sons,.... 7 00
Hi 9 & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 600
15 8 A. J. Norris,........... 300
30 7 Ogden & Ferguson,.... 1 25
Imp'd C2 00 Dan'l. Ryan, .......... 325
Imp'd A 00 John Ragan,.......... 225
Imp'd A2 2 Frank White ......... 300
7 4 Thos. L. Wingate,..... 2 75
F2 15 Henry Williams,....... .0 00
PETER HOBERT,
City Tgx Collector.
Apalachicola, June 7th, 1844. jel5 6m
Commission Business.
New York, March 12th, 1844.
0-- WITH a knowledge of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and'sale of tall kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-
turns for all sales effected, and answers to all
orders with which they may be favored.
Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of
Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street.


Tailoring.
TERMS- Cash on Delivery.
Spring and Summer Fashions just received.
THE subscriber respectfully
Informs the Citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and its vicinity, that having
for the Summer located himself at
the Office of R. J. Moses, Esq., on
Chestnut street, is prepared, and
will be pleased-on reasonable
terms-to execute all orders in his
Line of business, in the latest styles
.... .. -and warranted to suit.
N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to.
JAS. C. COLEMAN.
Apalachicol, June 1st, 1844. jel tf


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


Wm. Sydney Green, M1. D.
R. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres-
sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
der himself more useful in his profession.
Office on Centre, near Water street. dec25


L. A. LeGay,
(AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,)
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
s TAKES this method of inform-
ng the public, that he has just
returned from New York, with a
new and splendid assortment of
JEWELRY,
Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a
new pattern of beautiful Breastpins-among them
some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and
Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold
and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob
Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Maotle
Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell
low for cash.
FULL JEWELED GOLD VWACHES AS CHEAP AS
SEVENTY DOLLARS.
All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired, and
warranted to perform well.
N. B. Persons residing in Apalachicola, or
along the river, wishing their Watches or other
Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to aeind
them b)y trustworthy nanas, during the boating
season, can have them repaired by Mr. LeGay,
and returned with nearly the same despatch as
though his establishment were in Apalachicola.
Columbus, Ga., Oct. 15, 1843. 40 tf


I.* W. SprattG
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
WILL for the future reside in this city. All
who have committed legal business to his
care while a resident of Quince, will please' ad-
dress him at this place. Hlie wil continue a regu-
lar attendance upon the courts of Jackson and
Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at
Tallahassee.
Office over W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street.
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844.


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


Ligon & Owens,
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
-.. ... .. A hh v-illv and Tr"-lr a.-Aa -..
WILL practice in the County and Circuit
Courts of the counties of Montgomery, Pike,
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing the
eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama.
WOODSON, L. LIGON,
Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.
HASTINGS E. OWENS,
Troy, Pike co., Ala.
-Refers to -
Col. A McAllister, ) a
Gen. A J McAllister, Henry co, Ala.
Maj. Jefferson Buford, Eufaula, Ala.
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala,
Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaines, Ga.
Messrs. Chester & McGriff, Apal'a. Fa.
January 25th, 1844. jan29 tf


Apalachicola District of Florida.
In Superior Court-Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
vs.
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
T appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the
said David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this'Court, and
out of the Territory of Florida, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in some newspaper published in the city of
Apalachicola, once a week for four months, re-
quiring him to appear and answer the said bill of
complaint on or before the expiration of that
time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed
against him, and such further order given in the
premises as to the Court may seem justice
(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL,
J. & L. BRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4m


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


Rates of Whartage,
THE following are the Rates of Wharfag on
all Cotton, Merchandise, &c. landed or ship.,
ped from the Wharf at this Port:
On Cotton, per bale, landed.......61 cents.
On c ," shipped ......,61
On Goods per barrel, latched, (esti-
mating five cubic feet or 200 lbs.
nett, equal to a barrel,).........3 '
On Goods, per barrel, shipped....3 "
Salt, per sack, landed......... 3 "
shipped........3 "
Wood, per cord .............25 "
Lumber, per M feet......... 50 "
Bricks, per M..............50 "
Shingles, per M............. 12 "
Sacks of meal, corn, oats, or
other merchandise, containing
not more than three bushels,. .2 "
All lumber, salt or merchandise, shipped on
board vessels or steam-boats, frame other vessels,
steamboats or rafts, lying at the wharf, will be
charged one wharfage only.
Wharfage on cotton, or ot'hr merchandise land-
ed, to be paid by the consignee; and when ship-
ped by the party taking the bill of Lading.
All goods and merchandise not enumerated
above will be charged atcorresponding rates.
Vessels, lighters and steamboats, lying at the
Wharf, and not receiving or discharging cargo,
will be required to psy for the use of the berth the
sum of two dollars and fifty cents per day, and to
give way to vessel The followingArticle of the Regulations of the
Apalachicola amber of Commerce, will be
strictly adhered to :-
", Consignees of cotton shall be allowed three-
days for their cotton to remain on the wharf, and
purchasers two days, without incurring extra
wharfage. If after notification by the wharfinger,
they allo, it to remain a longer time, they shall
incur an extra wharfage of 61 cents per bale, for
every twventy-four hours that it remains thereaf-
ter. Wood and lumber shall not be allowed to,
remain more than twenty-four hours without in-
curring an extra wharfage for twenty-four hours
thereafter."
All bills will be presented monthly for collec-
tion. NOURSE & STONE.
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. tf
C HIAIRS! CHAIRS!! --Received per ship
Marianna-
10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs,
3 curled "
2 Boston Rocking Chairs,
1 Mahogany "
Also-Sofas, Sideboards, Beawreans, Tablles,
Bedsteads, Washstands., Crled Hair Mattrassea,.
Feathers, &c., all of which wiA be s.l6d low for
Cash, by PETER HOBART.
march


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


CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THOS. M.
DOYLE, of the late firm of DOYLE &
BUTMAN," Triangle Buildings, New Orleans,
has this day associated with him in business, Mr.
HENRY BIDWELL, and will continue the
Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commission Busi-
ness, at the old stand, under the name and firm
of DOYLE & BIDWELL."
THOSE. M. DOYLE,
HENRY BIDWELL.
New Orleans, July 1st, 1844. jy6 lm


Franklin Superior Court.
Spring Term, 1844.
A. G. Semmes,
vs. Damages $500-Attatchment.
Elias Simpson, S
HE defendant and all persons interested are
notified of the institution of the above suit,
and are required to appear and plead as required
by law. A. G. SEMMES.
Apalachicola, Jan. 18, 1844. apl20 3m


Franklin Superior Court.
Spring Term, 1844.
Hyllyer Bush & CCo.
yl vs.. Foreclosure of Mortgage.
W. H. Shepherd. g
mHE defendant and all persons interested are
hereby notified of the institution of the above
suit, and that I will apply to the Judge of the
Superior Court of Frankin County, at the Spring
term of said Court, 1844, for a foreclosure of said
mortgage. A. G. SEMMES, Plfl's Att'y.
Apalachicola, Nov. 24, 1844. apl20 3m


OTICE.---The co-partnership heretofore ex-
isting in this place between the subscribers,
under the firm of MOORE & McKFNZIE, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
JOHN M. MOuRE,
WILLIAM A. McKENZIE.
Apalachicola, May 18, 1844.


An Ordinance
To raise a Fund for the City Hospital.
Section 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of .dpalachicola, That from
and after the first day of September next, the
following taxes shall be levied upon all passengers
arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each and
every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fifty
cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving
by sea from any foreign country, the sum of two
dollars.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That the own-
er or master of each and every vessel arriving at
this port, after the first of September next, shall
render without delay, under oath, to the Trea-
surer of said city, a true and full amount of all
passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owner
or master of such vessel, shall pay to the Trea-
surer of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and
every passenger, for which tax the vessel shall
also be held liable; and any owner or master of
such vessel, refusing or neglecting to comply with
the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable to
said city in the penalty of fifty dollars.
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That the fund
arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be reserved
and used only for the benefit of the City Hospital,
under such regulations as the Mayor and Council
may prescribe.
Passed by Council, 20th June, 1844.
DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.


UNDRIES.-10 bbls Cider Vinegar;
2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia;
6 chests Teas, green, black, &c.
10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs and Cloves
10 boxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices;
5 baskets Salad Oil; 5 kegs Bar Lead;
30 bags Shot, assorted ; 1 case Sardines;
5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves;
5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water street.


B ELLISON & CO. offer for sale an extenr
sive assortment of Merchandize, suitable fo-
the Spring trade, consisting of
Groceries; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes;
Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods;
Crockery and Glassware; Hardware;
Woodware, Brushes, &c., &c. mar30


Franklin Superior Court.
Win. Lawrence, ]
VS. L nBill of Divorce.
Elizabeth Lawrence, formerly
Elizabeth Burns.
THE defendant in this case will take notice,
that on the first day of October next, I will
proceed to take the depositions of Timothy Smith
in the above case at the Clerk's Office in the City
of Apalachicola, at which time and place the
the said defendant may attend.
R. J. MOSES, Att'y for Pl'ff:
Apalachicola, June 25, 1844. je29 3m


N CONSIGNMENT:---4 hhds CROCKERY
Ware, assorted, for country trade;
Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left-
wich, 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.


Roberts, Allen & Co.,
AVE 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
Roofing on reasonable terms, janl ly


In Jackson Superior Court,
To the Spring Term, 1844.
James Boon,
vs. LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
Piety Boon.
THE defendant in said case, will take notice
that we shall proceed to take the testimony
of Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, William Gay, William
Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the
sixth day of May next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at
the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount,
North Carolina, by interrogatories now filed with
the Clerk of said Court.E
YONGE & TAYLOR,
Solicitors for Complainant.
Marianna, April 2d, 1844. ap9 Im


PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
100 kegs White Lead;
5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp;
75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes;
100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes;
Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &c.
Just received, and for sale by
B. S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce steets.


Drugs and 1Mledicines.
HE subscriber has taken the Store in Baltz-
ell's Buildings, formerly occupied by Mr. B.
T. Caro, and as early as 15th of May will open a
stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c., &c., for
summer use, and in the fall will have a large and
complete assortment for country merchants,,.plan,.
ters and physicians.
ap20 B. S. HAWLEY.


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


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


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


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VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1844. [NUMBER 34. '

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CARDS. BY AUTHORITY impeded its navigation by a succession of high ding at St. Andrews Bay, and on the Econfena ; ,! 4
mUIERCUL ADVERTISER, floods for weeks together, proves itself utterly unsafe river: And whereas, no mail passes nearer fnese l' I ':: .'
and ill for the transportation of the places than I
PUBLISHED EVKIIY SATURDAYBY RESOLUTIONS. adapted Holme's Valley, a distance of more t
Win. G. Porter & Co. mail: And whereas, since the abandonment of the than twenty-five miles,to those citizens, a matter in
WYMAN.nce DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION ADOPTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, AT ITS afroresaid route, the public have sustained great of great inconvenience. ,
DOMINGE. L. !
R. A. MERCHANTS.No. LAST SESSION-1814. injury and loss, occasioned by the detention and Be it therefore resolved by the Governor'! and .

third Baltzell's Buildings, corner of 41 Water Street, delay of the mails, besides their frequent failures; Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, / .

Commerce story & Chestnut streets, nov25 ly ApalarMcolaj Fla. Preamble and minary Resolutions Lands.relating to the Se- and in addition to all this disappointment, a serious That our Delegate in Congress, be, and he is here- : .

McKay & Hartshornc detention and delay of passengers:: : Therefore by requested, to use his best endeavors, to procure '
-- Ml'fi
WHEREAS by act of Congress, passed
as early the establishment
of mail
a route from Apalachicola .
AT THREE DOLLARS. PER ANNUM, COMMISSION MERCHANTS the 3d of March, 1823, it was enacted that an entire \ .
No. Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative via St. Joseph St. Andrews, and Econfena, y
PAYABLE X.V ADV."NCE.II'ertiempnts 40 Water street, township in each of the Districts of East and )
Council of the Territory of Florida, That our to intersect with the Alligator route,at Marianna. -
of ten lines or less (twenty lines novl Apalachicola, Florida. West Florida, shall be reserved from sale, for the Delgate in congress be, and he is hereby earnestly '4,IBe it further Resolved, That the above resolu- ,

$more in proportion,) conspicuously inserted JEREMIAH; DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. use of a Seminary of Learning, to be located by the requested to urge upon Congress the absolute tion shall not in any way, change the present mail

it the following rates : J. Day & Co., Secretary of the Treasury. And whereas, by a necessity and propriety of re-establshment the rout to the city of Apalachicol, by steam boats.

Ihe re.u,. .. ...$10 :;rin.nths.7 00 <1 :Three weeks. ....2 00Trrecnonths.i No. 52 Water street, : the Senate, it appears that only twenty-five communication by stage between New York and going preamble and resolution, be forwarded to i I

W) j Two w c s.u..l, 50 jan3 ly Apalachicola, Fla. thousand; five hundred and forty-one acres have New Orleans in the winter season, subject to less the Honorable David Levy, our Delegate in Con J
T.ro months ....I Of) i One insertion.. ...1 00 been located under said law. And whereas, !
W. A. & P. C. Kaiii, pay accidents from bad roads and high waters, than grew ; also, to the Post Master General. t
(1cn advertisements are sent without any spe- COMMISSION MERCHANTS ment to the agent who made such location has not any other, most speedy and safe, best adapted to [Approved 14th_ March, 1944.
cial directions as to the number of insertions'lujrl"d No. 4 Columbus Block.Apalachicola. yet been made, although the service has been long facilitate the certain and effectual transportationof r
*" will be understood that : since rendered.
it they are toe the mail and travellers.Be i
Resolutions for compensation to the Chaplains of
published UNTIL FORBIDthey will therefore Liberal advances made Cotton to Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and it further Resolved, Thatas soon as the fore- the Senate and House of Representatives. "
on shipped
be continued at our discretion, and charged Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida
,
Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also in going preamble and these Resolutions shall have Resolved,by the Governor and Legislative Council _
to the rates. That in Congress be and he
according foregoing our Delegate is hereby
; store. novl been adopted, a certified copy of the same be of the Territory of Florida, That our Delegate J
Adverti-sements of which the term of pub- ly requested, to upon the Secretary of the t
j/jal urge forthwith transmitted to Honorable: David in Congress, be requested to use his best exertions I
ucatuv.i is: fixed by law, will only be excepted D. B. Wood & Co., Treasury, the taking of immediate steps to com- Levy, also to the Post Master General. to procuer an appropriation of four dollars ) tj

from the above rule. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.No. plete the location of two entire townships, directed [Approved 14th March, 1844. per diem, for the payment of the Reverend Doc- t \
who advertise by the liberal dis- to be selected, by the act of .
T ih'W year a 29 Water street. Congress.Be ,
tor Yeager, for }his service as Chaplain of the Senate -
eluant'ill be made but all advertisements not janl it further enacted, That he be 1
; Apalachicola, Fla. requested to Preamble and Resolutions. and a similar compensation for the Reverend 1'
strictly pertaining to their own business, as procure payment for the services rendered by the WHEREAS, The establishment of a mail route Joshua Phelps, Chaplain of the House of Repre-

well as all le;;.il advertisements sent in by them, Harper & Holmes, agent who located the amount of acres above stat- from Cedar Keys, to intersect the central line sentatives, during the present session; and that allowance h! l "
will be charged: at the usual rates. COMMISSION MERCHANT, from Tallahassee Jacksonville East Floridaat
ed.Be to be made in each annual appropriation,to .
\l'! announcements: of candidates for office, will No. 51 Water street, it further Resolved, That the said Delegatebe Columbus in Columbia county, would be of great pay such'otficers. .

be charged: KIVB DOLLARS during the canvass, jan29 Apalachicola, Fla. and he is hereby requested, to communicatethe Importance to the citizens of Madison, Alachua, Be it further Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions J I

,iMvaiile: in all cases in advance. result of his action in this respect, as early as Columbia and Hamilton, Florida, there being no be signed, and forwaded to the'Honorable -
tl[\ i'n( +"itmmunication (when admissible,) of a COMMISSION David G. Bailey, practicable, that action may be had on the subjectif communication by mail between those places: and David Levy our Delegate in Congress. 'it :, ,
; FORWARDING MERCHANT t1'
nirsiuil: or individual nature, or puffs of new necessary, by the present Council. whereas that the bordering on '
,
AND DEALER IN GOODS portion country [Approved 14th March, 1844. .
;n\"entie/l, goads, &.c:, will lie charged for as No. 43 Water street. [Approved 9th March, 1814. Suwannee river is being settled by an enterprizingand 1 I

aJvertisements, at our discretion. tin industrious the of whose l
jan29 Apalachicola, Fla. : community, products Preamble and Resolutions. t

authori- B. Ellison & Preamble and Resolutinos asking a reappropriation industry is every year increasing; already amountsto WHEREAS, The county of Dade is at present i' ;I
following Co.
The
gentlemen are our I
(j3- DEALERS to repair the road leading from Jackson- a very considerable item in the commerce of without funds, for the purpose of educating the t4:
IN
zftl( agents and they are empowered to receipt MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, Florida, and whereas, Cedar Keys is the principal and orphan children resident in said rand
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS ville East Florida, to the Mineral Springs. poor county,
of advertise-
fir the (payment any subsriptions, depot for all the exports as well as the imports of have at of fund
WHEREAS by act of present no way providing a
cents: or other printing, tp be forwarded to us- No. 33 Water street, an Congress, passed on '
( M-irianna decl ly Apalachicola, Fla. the 7th day of July, 1838 appropriating ten thou- this section: Therefore, for that purpose, and a school is about to be established -
B. \Lm Fla.J
:Il!B.Y, ,
:
S. sand dollars, to repair the road from Jacksonville, Be it Resolved by the Governor and Legislative in the county of Monroe, for the purpose of
SVNCHKZ"
St. Fla. E. R. FLEWELLEX.
Augustine: M. M. BUTT.
in East Florida Council of the Territory of Florida, That our educating the and orphans of said :
-Us. PENN, St. JosephTFla.N. Flewcllen & Butt to the Mineral Springs, in said poor county
HIKER, Brown's Fla.A. Territory, the direct mail route to Tallahassee, Delegate in Congrss be requseted to lay before Be it therefore resolved by the Governor and
S. Grin Ferry, FACTORS & COMMISSION but in consequence of the Indian war, the said that Honorable body this matter in its proper Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
EX WOOD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga. MERCHANTS.No. sum was not applied on said road as was intended, light, and use his best exertion to procure the establishment That for the present, and until Dade county shall

2 Columbus Apalachicola Block{ and by orperation of law the said sum has rever- of a mail route between thoso places.Be have sufficient means to raise a fund for the above

CARDS. Liberal advances made Cotton Fla. ted back to the Treasury of the United State.- further Resolved, That a copy of this Pre- mentioned purposes, the poor and orphan childrenof -
(Ct5- shippedto
-- New York, Liverpool or Havre.on d25 rimKiiitlirouglL Therefore, amble and Resolution be signed by the proper of- Dade county, shall be entitled gratuitously, to .

N YORK, X. OKLEAXS.COLUAIHUS.&C.&C.ADVKUTISKMENTS.- Be it Resolved by the Got rnor and Legislative ficers, and forwarded to our Honorable Delegate in tuition, in the free school of Monroe county, after

.. & Itidgway,* Council of the Territory of Florida, That the atten- Congress, and to the Post Master General of the said school shall go into operation.

I COMMISSION: AND FORWARDING tion of our Delegate in Congress, be called to the United States. [Approved 14th March, 1844.

J -1 & a IS & SSS JD 2B Jk.Vo. MERCHANTS. Preamble and resolutions of the Legislative Coun- Approved 14th March, 18.1.1. -

130 Jf leer & SO Pine street. Apalachicola, Florida. cil, approved on the 24th February, 1S-13, relative Preamble and Resolutions.
NEW YORK; WM. H. KIMBROUOH. ) to this subject, and that he do urge the reappro- Resolution. WHEREAS, the inhabitants of that part of West

JOHN I. Hmow AY. 5 priation of the aforesaid sum of ten thousand dollars Resolved by the Governor and Legislative Florida, lying on the Western side of the river \ \
PIIIL.rl} KLMKALL, Proprietor. Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to I: to repair the road aforesaid. Council of the Territory of Florida, That Messrs. Choctawhatchie, are, and have been laboring un-

.I as. L. FrancisMERCHANT our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or And be it further Resolved, That as soon as this James T. O'Neille, Daniel Vaughan, Joseph Hig- der great inconveinences, on account of there being ,
Havre. decl ly preamble and resolutions pass both Houses, and ginbotham, R. W. Kirkland and Nathan Norton, no established Ferry on said river any where ,
( TAILOR
& CLOTHIER Jr., be, and they are hereby appointed Commissioners from the Alabama line the
signed by the proper officers, that a copy of the to Gulf of Mexico, a ; ;
\o. j-tti Iii!t'ery, near ltioin ton st.NEW T. II. & C. II. Austin whose shall be befeore the
;
same, duly authenticated be sent to our Delegate duty on or distance but very little short of one hundred miles:
YORK. novl lyCOMMISSION COMMISSION MERCHANTS in Congress. sixth day of November next, to take into consider- and whereas, said river being impassable at any
Nn. !'\Wafpr signor. urn Marcn, ation thp expediency of relocating the county site of water without
.\..nlh"aiOOIU.. Approved 1344. of stage ( swimming) the people of .
MERCHANT Apalachicola. Nassau county ; and if to them it shall appear Walton county, most of whome live in the southern -
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to Preamble and Rsolutions relating to the Militia necessary shall, and are hereby authorized, to select part of said county, and at the greatest distan- i,
\0. Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
> New York. novl ly some eligible location, as near the centre of
Claims from >
New Orleans, La. of Colonel Dempsey Pittman. ce any ferry on said river, as well as those of l
R.-fer.-i to-:Messrs Harper & Holmes, TIios. L. iTIitclicl, WHEREAS, Colonel Dempsey Pittman, of the the county as practicable, whereon to locate a new Santa Rosa and Escambia: counties, who are com-

: Fla.LlWNCOTT COMMISSION & FORWARDING third Regiment of Florida Militia, was called into county site. pelled to travel some sixty or eighty miles out of .
tlnov Apalachicola,
ianl3
the service of the United [Approved 14th March, 1844. the direct to
MERCHANT.No. States by an order, course, get to Tallahassee, there be-
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';HErARO T. W.M. II.VYATT.. 33 Water st. Apalachicola. emanating from an officer of the Army of the Uni- in;; no road nor ferry leading in a direct course.
ted States to aid in the Preamble and Resolutions"IIERJ..oS The United States mail is t
& dec" removal of a certain tribe weekly crossing said river -
Lippinrott WyUt
,
ly of Indians j\ it has been the policy of the Government in and after
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, then situated on the frontiers of Jack- a canoe, passing up and down said
No.J! New Lcwe and 4 Tchoupitoulas st., Dodge & Gardner, son county. And whereas, the said Colonel of the United States, to induce immigration river a distance of several miles, which is a great

NEW ORLEANS. ap2:) Iy GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Dempsey Pittman, has as yet received compen- whereby many persons having come into hazard, and frequently causes a delay of said mail :
-- -.-- .--- No. 40 Water street, sation from the United States for his services. Florida since its cession from Spain and therein and whereas, by reference to the appropriationsmade

J. W. Woodland & Co. dec18 Apalachicola, Fla. And whereas, the Legislative Council, did, at the expended their time, means and labor, for many for the Territory of Florida, it will be seen

COMMISSION MEn C H ANT S, ------ session of 1840, pass certain resolutions recom- years, in preparing homes, and making subsistence that very little has ever been made for that part t

No. 19 Commerce street, Samuel Scliiflcr. mending this matter to the consideration of the for themselves and children : And whereas, of Florida lying west of the Apalachicola: and I
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER, emigrants and settlers had looked with confidenceto
New Orleans La. novl proper Department at Washington. for the last ten or more years no appropriation has
ly No. 49 Water
street.
Be it therefore Resolved by the Governor and the Government of the United States, for protection been made for the benefit of the poeple west of t
Apalachicola Fla.
janl
Thomas Bertram, Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, and safety against the wandering bands of Marianna, except at Pensacola,; and it is equally

COMMISSION MERCHANT\ W. A. Wood, That our Delegate in Congress, be, and he is here- Indians, which protection was its duty, and within as true, that no people in this Territory laborun- I,

No. 04 Common street. COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT, by requested, to use his best exertions to procurethe its power to give: And whereas, the war der greater inconveniences,for want of a road than '

NEW ORLEANS. nova ly AND SHIP CHANDLER, passage of a law by Congress, providing pay which commenced, and was for a long time con- the people West of Marianna, and particularlythose
No. 23 Water street, ment for services rendered by this meritorious of- tinued, under the frequent assurances from Gov- west of the Choctawhatchie river; and

"BLUE STORES.-TRIA BUILDINGS. Apalachicola. novl ly ficer. ernment, of peace to the great loss of life, and to whereas, from the advantages afforded naturally,

Doyle & Ititlwcll, Be it further Resolved, That a copy of these the destruction of the renewed hopes of the inhabitants for the opening of a road and the building of bridges -
Moore & McKenzic, and in instances to the entire destruction Webbville is Jackson to Uch-
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS, Resolutions, together with a copy of a Resolution, many from County,
1o COMMISSION MERCHANTS, approved 2d March, 1840, in relation to this mat- of their property and means livelihood: eeanna in Walton county, and from thence to ,
2 ,
& 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee, No. Water
and at No. 2'J' Natchez street 32 street, ter, be certified by the proper officers of the Leg- And whereas, the people of the Territory of Florida Milton, in Santa Rosa county, it is fully ascertained -

N. ORLEANS. Apalachicola.JOHN islative Council, and transmitted to the Honorable had neither the ability, nor the right to raise that the appropriation necessary to be
M. MOORE. 7WM. David Levy. money for the outfit and maintenance of troops for made would be small, when compared with facilities ,

A. MCKENZIE, ) noel ly [Approved 9th March, 1844. carrying the same, but thes were the duties and and benefits, that would be derived from l
{WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
; of the General Government of and whereas '
perogative only, such an appropriation, the United ,
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Farrior & Co. t
Turpentine
which it has directionand
assiduously maintained the States mail, now carried in two horse coaches
Window Glass, &cWill keep constantly on COMMISSION AND FORWARDING Preamble and Resolutions.
control thereof.Be from Marianna, via. Geneva, Almirante and Milton
nand, a good assortment, of the above as follows: MERCHANTS, WHEREAS, in July 1840, a proclamation was it Resolved, unanimously, by the Governorand to Pensacola, is travelling out of its direct

\\'HITrLFDPure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; No. 44 Water-street, issued by His Excellency, Robert Raymond Reid, Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida I course a distance more than sixty miles, and over

White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red; nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla. then Governor of Florida, commanding the volun- That the depredations upon property, made. worse road than it would have to travel, by going i..

Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black; S. B. Hamilton teer campany, organised, under his previous orderin by the Seminoles and other Indians, is a loss to the i the proposed route by Ucheeanna, crossing Choc-

Chrome Green and Saxon do; DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING, the County of Calhoun, called the Iola Volun- settlers of Florida, for which the Government of tawatchie river, at a place known by the name 4

Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black; No. 47 Water street teers, whereof Francis Arnou was Captain, to the United States is bound in justice to make a of Half Moon Bluff via. Ucheeanna and Milton,
Green hold themselves in readiness to march wheneverthe
and Blue Vt-rditter; fair and early reparation. to Pensacola.Be r
Chrome Yellow and Orange do; decl ly Jlpalacfricola, Fla. public weal required it, said company to serve Resolved further, That the Honorable, the Delegate it therefore Resolved, by the Governor and 'I

FIN'K COLORS :Ultamarine and Cobalt; --N.-Miller- & Co.DEAf.J.RS for the space four months: and whereas,said com- in Congress, from the Territory of Florida, Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, }

Lallow Lake and Crimson do; pany did, conformable to'siad proclamation hold IS requested to make an earnest appeal to the That our Delegate in Congress be, and he IS here- ,
Iropdand Antwerp Blue; Indian Red; IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, II themselves readyjas aforesaid, for the space of four Government of the United States, for the paymentof by requested, to place the subject in its true light t
I
HATS &c.
Chinese Vermillion; English do; months and scouted on several occasions throughout losses of property suffered from Indian depredations before the Congress of the !United States, and use
Vandyke Brown; Turkery timbre; Corner Water and Chesnut streets, the country adjoining the said County of Cal- and rhat a copy of this preamble and these I his best exertions to obtain an appropriation of

Terra de Scinna; Purple frown York do; Apalachicola. novl ly houn: And whereas,they have never received any resolutions, be communicated to him by the Se- five thousand dollars, to be applied to the opening

Crocus :Martis; Mineral Green; II. R. Wood, compensation for their services, either from the cretary of the (House of Representatives of the of a road and the building bridges, from Webb i i

Emerald and Paris Green, &.C., &c. PUBLIC United States, or the Territory of Florida.Be Legislative Council. vine in Jackson county, via. Ucheeanna in Walton -

OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. boiled; NOTARY it therefore Resolved by the Governor and [Approved 14th March, 18';.(. county,to Milton in Santa Roso county, thereby
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil ; No. Water-street, Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, more convenient and complete route
making a
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to G,IJ: ;'J,OOf; marl ly Apalachicola, Fla. That our Delegate in Congress bo, and he is here from Marianna to Pensacola, and shorten the

varnish do. of all sizes P. Hobart by requested to use his best exertoins, to obtain Preamble and Resolutions. than sixty miles.Approved 1
distance more
Sash Tools from No. 1 to '3. Badger Hair; MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN from Congress, an appropriation to pay said com- WHEREAS, the direct route leading from New [ 14th March, 1844. ,

Artists' Sable Filchers, (lit and round; ; CABINET FURNITURE, pany for their said services.Be nansville to Fort King, a distances of about sixty: #
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes it further Resolved, That a copy of the fore- miles is destitute of a road, '
; Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street, Resolution-R. Bu" deceased.Be .
Stb1e Be it therefore resolved the Governor and ney
fc Camel Hair going preamble and resolutions be certified by the by I
Pencils, 1J and 1J in long dec4 ly Apalachicola.
it resolved by the Senate and House of Re-
Council of
stock Legislative the Territory of Florida
,
and Kalsomine Brushes proper officers, and forwarded to the Honorable
!Marking Brushes round ; l Michael A. Myers, David Levy practicable.Approved That the Honorable David Levy, our Delegate In presentatives of the Legislative Council of Flor-
and flat as soon as
icrublO? and Shoe brushes ; AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, [ 13th March, 1844. Congress, be requested to use his best exertions to ida, That the full per diem of a member of the ,
; No. 2S Water street, obtain an appropriation of two thousand dollars, House of Representatives, be allowed to the wid-
Beakers Mahogany, Stained and Patent do -
; of the Honorable Richard deceased,
Whitetwas't! and do Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.II. for the opcning.of a road from Newnansville, com- ow Burney
Mop ; Preamble and Resolutions. and that the Secretary of the Territory, be, and
Dusting' menceing at the direct road leading from St. AU-
Clothe:,,and Fancy and Shaving; brushes; R. Wood, WHEREAS, The United States mail to New g' tine to Tallahassee, thence runninz a south- he is hereby required to issue the certificate of

1 J.a act, F Hair do; Grate and Horse do AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT, Orleans, when conveved by the Alligator routeto wardly direction, and intersect the military road the Honorable Richard Burney, deceased, to his

p.lltNlSI eater Dusters; No. 31 Watcr-street, wit: via. Macon, Bainbridge, Marianna, Holmes, leading from Black Creek, to Tampa Bay, Fort widow, for the whole amount which would have

Ca'inet' D-C whit; Coach do; -, marl ly Apalachicola, Fla. Valley,Lagrange, and Pensacola, was carried with Brook, at or near Fort King. been due the Honorable Richard Burney, had ho
: Polishing and Furniture do' great certainty and despatch, the road being unsurpassed Be it further ResolvedTtat as soon as this survived to the adjournment of the Legislature.
for
I wJvS&1 Pictures &.c. SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER. with in any county, in point of conven- preamble and resolutions shall have been passed, [Approved 15th March, 1844. r
: JT'LASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of inence for the of t
Seward transportation
F Dill & Co. passengerssomuch certified
Tench and signed hy the officers, a copy f
English and Ameripan. AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, so, as to elicit expressions indicative of the proper the Hon-
to
,
of the same, be forwarded forthwith
ShPMIXld Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats, No. 29 Water street. highest degree of satisfation from travellers,as well in Congress. An English gentleman,travelling in the countyof '
and orable David Levy, our Delegate to ford and hired boat to
Plantation Kilkenney, came a a
use; together with a Liberal advances made for the contractor as on account of the road whichwas
tinier (;s::,- on all consignments, 14th February, 1344.
cf
Y Approved The water rather .
articles take him across. being more
trou in the Painting line, too num and business entrusted to them will be profitable to all: and whereas, the change of '
, ___ to mention. jv6 J Y promptly attended to route so as to go, ip jpericus, and cross the Flint agitated than was agreeable to him, he asked the

] KM BB W Refers to-LANE & READ, Boston. river at two placyreby making an addition of Preamble and Resolutions. boatman if any person was ever lost in the pass [w
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; PIL of mail rout from ge. Never,' replied the boatman, my brother ;
NAVY bad road for estalishment a
the
GARY COOK, Portland, Me. mar, s through a hilly country, WHEREAS I '
feb:;.i1) do Navy, for sale by S. WHITTITR, Hallowcll.palachicolu and increasing th ices of the failure and detention the City of Apalachicola to Marianna,.would afford I was drowned here' last week, but we fount

, W WOOD, tl Water st. .\ A'Ig. "'j. J ly of the map' crossing a river frequently many facilities to the numerous citizens resi "hint the next clay.
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1 a ioriRc1Ai! ; ADVERTISER. ccr The British B West India colonies (says the- l. Forcisni NO'e".s.-- BIRMINGHAM EUFCIIO.Y.: -An election of a 1-I| A PLEASUlij"jiiTv -

New Orleans Bulletin) which export sugar arc ARRIVAL OF THE I CALCDqNIAFH'TEENUUYSLATfifc. I member of Parliament Birmingham, in place .
the f'Mr.; Scholefieklvvho diedcrUhe-lthiQst.I Sqiii- s and,. family in a little UM ,
oHowingAntigtr.l Barbadocs Dominica, took !, ,II ..
APALACHICOLA MONDAY I l''I
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AUG-UST 19,1844.Alarming'Fire Th'e steam Caledonia Lott p lace 0:1 SatU.rday.131h.ult. 'rho candi tcs ,.ant morning sail down to
Grenada packet Capt. arrived were the Llancl.
,;Jamaica, Montserrat, Nevis, St. Chris l\1r. holcfic1d the-lfte mamLcfs soh Mros.phStirge h hunt. The to t"n;,

: tophcr,' St. Lucie, :St. Vincent, Tobago, Tortola,,. at Boston on the 1st instj, bringing London a941. r. S oo 1er, the t lattetentleman'{ baby. keeptipacontjniaj *!U,1ihtg

I. FIVE OR SIX 'HOUSES ENTIKELY. CONSUMED Trinidad, Dem'erara and Berbice. .The following dates to the evening of the 18/h!i ofrJuly. ', and\.Ia-... eb bejp pn th pinisterKiT;side Mr/.Sturge a'Q n.- .thegirUaro hich ; < all afraid- the Jot; vv.il hI) OW \.

J ( table will: show the amount of the exports before verpool to the 10th, both indu h'e. plefe suffrage advocate, and' MrV'Scliolefieftf a* puts the old mart: }n'a hul flUllIor
Our citizens were aroused about The whig: and a supporter of the anti-corn law league. swears they shall never
half-pa three and after the emancipation act. news by this arrival i i uncommonly meagre. come with IIP,, a'
this-morning. with-the thrilling vf Fire --.>-- .-. -On t..l1e.anern f. tlieH3th-ult.-the Acadia 1\1 r. Spooner was elected by a majority of> :MO The boom jibes over, bruises )
"It Jn Irs.
r cry prfiffuj to tlC 'Emancipation Act.Quintals.. ) : ar: '"otc ; th011t1111be being -Spoonrl", 2i1idmtceld : --. SutoioctoUtr gt' ni

wa soon discovered that the lire had originated : ., rived at. Liverpool in 13*. days from Boston.in. fi l .1: t ; S4urgc, ,3 6. bonnefinfo the water,'and! I throws;
'
in the large unfinished building commonly known In .". .4,1tI:1: OO cluding her stop at IlJlifax'Ojiite a-number of J 1: 'J stss1ttjEin.AGF.-The house of Lonh i. irls off their Srats.. % Johnny tails O\"lt', 1
Mauley's Roue. 1S32.3,773,45J; packet has decided against the claim of Sir AntTuill1 t trying to get the bonnet-luckiI ,1 j
It is said that the fire was 18t1..3, Sussex
tinder the floor, :and burnt through soon after it 1 -.3,843,970 on tlH* 1iblf.., among them the Southerner, on theqobsfrictinpftInyRoval peerages-grounding theiropinion mam sheet, and. pulls himself: on board a"i
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was discovered. The. flames spread rapidly inconsequence Under the, Apprentice System.: United! States, and Elfgl n<., The. .Rochester arrived -' A ct. The feeling of the peers including Marriage the law g 4 ets: a.bos-on-tJie_ : 'S b. ear for wetting his clothe.

of1 a great quantity of hay and straw '. QuintalsIK / on the 11th, and thc'Carrick'' the 12th-: l!o eh2.w $,that.h! ac. jnilicted great-cruelty and They arrive at the island, and.the boys
18:15.; '. .:. .. .... .. .eo ,j2-J.2 IK/ i injustice the claimant but the lim t to hunt, and the Ol3hor
which was trcwn through the }building.) The 18:3: (;. .,.. .,.. ..-. ... '.. ... .,. .,.. .3.0 1,791 rhaking one of the quickest!sailing fripg' 6n record ;4 (here was no remedy. existed. and, : rest prepare to fi*!h. 4owvwibre : ,.e

house was an open one, built entirely pine 183J.I ., . :. ... ..... ..., .. .3,306,17ti : The commercial intelligence brought by the1Caledonia I TROOPS IRKI.AND.A letter, it is said, has today-tearful of this terrible arm-

f lumber, and very soon communicated with the .1fttr.full JEmancijtalion. ., ; so far as relates to the cotton matket, ,; l been received- by the Commander of the- Forces I bides. aujong the rocks and caverns of the earth''E

houses on each side of it. The two buildings L Qninthls, i is decidcdly unfavorable. The stock o.n hand i is: from the Horsc Guards, inquiring if would be:; at any rate"where re these hunters could nor JT

owned by R. J. Moses, F \'-., the one occupied by In J 1SN tW: ... ..u. ,'. ... .' j. .. .):3,520,67,.O._).'4),.*';.) still crj',1arge, and the markets,drooping ;; within the safe military tn wifh'draw! force sprifeof there b1ni the* ti-o4'jft 20 Orj( Ireland" dxelusive (they walk- on till fatigued-su down to ref find, ar.t

Laprade, and tb9 other by Mr. Colman, (tailor) IS.S0.) .. ...., ... .. ... ..... :.*. .... .2,21-l,7o-l \ a. fortnight of the saijnof.hestearnship$ t price of ten th6usahrpolice and Then, fin d that'they have. all t tbo way f fo walk
is-Il ...'. ... ,. .. .. . .) twelve thousand c\erbeforeieing
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were both burnt down : ,, ... ._,It"18 ? had fallen 1-ld 'The.other a gain.-Johnny wishes 1.1'!
; also, the small house adjoining -;: 842.1... :.. '. ... ..'. .. .. ... .2,50S,723( per pound.. markets pensioners well armed1 and equipped. Thf'rfply ."p.'n] rf Old Ni IC.
lately occupied by Jos. Schrodt. TJic Ib43. .. . .. :. ....... ..,. 2,509,701 are in 'a prosperous stat* exhibiting( increased ac-' was, thallf t would be nnsife to ilo &o. until. .. O'CoirncIlVreleasc there. Old S';uig,:'' }hoc*

flames spread with equal rapidity on the wct side, These figures are' :"dcriv.ed from official papers.: 'tivity. Moitey is abundant. a.low.r'ate, of inte-i' ; BU.rTO'S from.j. LAGS.-A imson.l .' ,: ... a rock-girls thought ft -rnuj.1 ,he % shark caug4t, and b"i
crusade
has
$ been
and communicated with They show that, rest,.and England .l1l'iti's contfnuulo; advancp. : I ,gan to scream. Arub.-lla( ratcln-s
the two houses owned, notwithstanding the increased I commenced l by. the government in In.! ind, not only a toad fah
we believe, by the Land Company-one lately far:which} has been given in British markets Parliament at the last alh'iceswer: still engaged l against repeal buttons, but also ag-Miift. l"CCI1I thinks. she is in luck." Sillv anna rr-okii cat fist,

occupied by Wm. C. Lawrence, and the other t n. the, sugar of the colonies, and notwithstanding: on the Post Office Espionage of the IThmciSe.e ags. At Limerick\the trading vessels htd: that ,I: :stick*, the hook in 1 her Cn: yr and iainls-oV'

formerly known Whittles hou-. The kitchens t the numerous additional laborers which have been; cretary, both in the Hoiset.C' 'mmo isjn in }. fto.irfhjr A Capf uvj.il, in l\onor'of"the, daySl1l1d.IY. .ftiigs reaches ever to get *om
of the house of II. W. Brooks, and of the at great expense and trouble introduced, the exportations the IIou>eof Lord- A secret corn rnitec.to exam steamer called[ the Postlecothtnandiri'gagovernmenl Flamer, ordered the obnoxious;t in her face, and tears o.ri: the seat of hwbrej1

houses occupied by Henry Hod,ires and Z. W. have decreased more than one-third I ine into the subject has ueen granted iaboth houses .flags to be taken down The older in most cses, che*-npon! which Salljanr.a recovers. The bo;,

McKnew, also took fire ; but by the great exertions under the abolition act. The i island of Cuba ex- and in: the Lords, Brougham arid Cottenham: L was til/eyed ; and where it was not instantly com.I .- got hack wilhoMfany game, all Covered wilhcmc
have been placed on the committee both distinguished I h plied with, ifc was peremptorily torn down by hiscommand. I so tired they can scarcely walk.
-,- of some of our citizens, together with the j> >rts more sugar.than all the British West Indies ; OU Wan ,luu
Assistance lawyers, whereas alHawyers! : excluded I i it t time to be oil'couldn't' tret the,
of I It is \with were I kt-d
a fcactirt men from the steamers common the advocates of abolition It is calculated that tb( # Q'ConneU tribute this; t'r IIpi .

Florence and Siren, who are ever ready on such dogmas to assert the superior prosperity of non- from the Commons' committee.. It is anticipated year will 'r Ir11 jC'AOOO: i.( ., : ', I i 'have to cut the rope, winch! rc*.{ tv-.i i (blr!: a-

occasions, they were pulled down, and the main sbveholding over jjlavcholding countries, and they that the devolopements seriously prejudice I4'u.Min, or C/.;m> .fLI.THi. POIT.-The funeral I a half Squall comes u;;-!IK-U: { wunt I.Ulll: b '

buildings saved. II. W. Brooks' confidently to the Peel rn1iistr}:,-and, some writers! anticipate l: of Thomas Campbell) ; ; the author of I that helm and l'uns.ns.nrc. on the S.'IIJ-i'H ,
house appeal
:
was in examples presented .m the a'
sweet and popular) poemthe I '[ of I
) e.bsl-e Hope,.t
great danger fur sometime, as the heat was so intense United l Slates ; fr instance to the relative condition that, thisatliirvihI." give, it ll'ie coup:Je.grace.The I t look place.oa.the-&rultimo, in.-\V stmin5kr I boys jump overboard to push her d]-fiflis.

that it was impossible! for any ons to stind ol' the States of Kentucky and Ohio.- The hearing of the appeal iijou the Irish State bey. Lord; Brougham,' Lord Aberdeen, Lord Wont move, and that they will be IIigf.rJ! tot( !

bctwee.i( it and the kitchen long enough to throw differences which exist in this instance and other* Trials was commenced before the,House of Lord; Campbell Lord Morpeth, Sir Robert Peel, and I till the tide. .ri-.(". Heavy >howers till UKjuijTgs

on the 4th of July :{nd 'proresed from other-' distinguished men, acted as pall-bearers .SHe and family tfioreughlj.! di.-nciicd.
jh
water. The house occupied by Jas. 1-'. Farrior that huve been cited, may be traced with better day'tpay > was buried in nearly the ce'ilre of Poets' Corner .-1 Ti.Wtl .

was also a little scorched, but by perseverance it reason to other causes, -if,not, Mexico ought to until the 10th, when Loril'Ch'ancellor' announced WeitmiiisteriAbhey, within a few yards! of the I up at nine clock-UJc boat w.t; :-rot off, a::

was saved from the- devouring clement. l-\r- be an exceedingly flourishing and prosperous that certain,questions.would be propound tomb of Addison., The attendance of peers, members I again pointing homeward4} ?.' smart brc, z? ar

f ed to the Judges and the,further of parliament, eminent ond.scientific I heavy sea-\ r5. S. feels iuJ ,,
tunatcly it wa very: calm at the time, or then. nno country, and the Southern States of the Union in proceedings be literary very > :Sv 5tul cr
men, was considerable, i including a con-uk-rulile. I I l ing-the girl all
to await their arc
the suspended reply. In the ofthe 1 wpici-M.S .
telling where it would h have stopped. high road to decay. But, for a case immediately course n number Poles, one ol whom threw on the collin 3 1ui. : jfei
Great credit ]is due in Low hearing, the Lord Chancellor admitted that t much worse-fee-! > ,>s if sue to many of our citizens for point,; does Hayti compare *wthGuadaloupe ; a portion of earth from the grave of Ko-aciusko.

their exertions and energy in saving the furniture ? Jamaica with Cuba: '9r even Jamaica the Jury lists.were* frau(1uldi1tlytncieTuanc1' the ,--.: ,, '. '. .- FRANCE.: ., and"can't make cut. Night very dark and it j
opinion ieems to be that i Uje'.co'unsel ; The Prince tleJoiuvil1e: sailed from Toulnn, at F very much frightened. The boat
and rther property; of the uU .rrrs. But Jitl( the lWad nf a urjuadron of three sails of tae line, a i up against a lock-knocks
have hole
furniture or other ., soners made opt so. strong aqase'tllat the a ill her ootto
personal property will bojiost, 1 .f t-igtc-and four'steamers and arrived at Oran
How had
is Tcxa. and sinks-find
? coritains
what Large -It 31S/M()\ judgment will ba' "reversed,: but'' i it appearsthat t they have bef-n sftenn.
broken Irrot
except was or injured by hasty : vvjih.hij3fleef.whcre) | he i immediutely despatched a n.
re
moval. The Engine was of but little service. square; miles, and is full. as large aslhe, following,. O'Connell has'no. l fiopcs. that.. ''the' appeal\':"tfiil-., ...be: captain of tlgjue' .to explore the coast betweenTafl and that the water is only waist c1 '(T-U1I wacju

the pumps and valves were all so dry that it slated.united. ::-,. sue c C.55 fli 1. '. \1', ," I '.. ,, : ;ier a4id)' logidor.; Three' steaiiitrs are ahmit ; -> and walk about two miles to get home!
: Square Mile< being fitted out tp transport two regiments (,reaV- Spiijrgs: i and
< Population 183 O.) O'Connell continues in the family take a solemn vow
would not work well, and the fire had spread Louisiana. .4... .43,000 3o2.411 enjoyment of goodhealth airy to Africa. The Duke of Aumale is about to never l alto

alarmingly before it could be rendered] efficient. M itfrissippi. . .48,000) : 75,6.5 I' i in his prison, arid-through) : lit* son has
Alabama.. . ..30,000( 590,767 t his great satisfaction" the'' of three months. .
The peaceable demeanor .
buildings were rather old and
not of great Georgia..62thU( __ _
value, but wo presume it will be a loss to the South Carolina ..;33,00') (J91.392 i94,39S: of the people, exhorting them tq prp5C\'ere .The. "dotation" qnetion-the question of a For the Commercial Advertiser. .
: Virginia . . .,.1.IV1,""{) 1,239,797 in the agitation for Repeal.At the weekly meet*: provision for the younger branches of the Orleans: J/r. Editor ,
owners ( Look before "
0$3,0:1f.1.Ve :
are not informed whether family-keeps ,France in a ferment, and Louis: you leap, ij "

there was insurance on any of them, or not, but Total 311,000 -:3,841,503- ins; of the Dublin association, on the 15th ut. Philippe, it is dear, has not only injured his own old adage which it would bo well did we all r- t',

presume there wa to a small amount. .. u_ the amount of Repeal contributions: for the week: 1, l popularity, but cr7latlLercdhis dynasty by the pro member. Had the good people of Apalachici! [,

The building in which the fire originated being lJ-- lot :Jon1, me i reasury note roooerN has was announced. at JEUOO.) ,Mr. James Kelly:M. position.the "dotation Public feeling" and the has strongly stt in against looked! before they leap," they vo'tl'notiw .
that ,
tier the
unoccupied, it leaves been convicted at Little Rock, Arkansas, and sentenced I- P., the newly elected Repeal member for Limer income of the papers cursed with such a' rr.Hof sniitv i ,
no possible doubt of its royal family i is 270 million*, whileit : T ifirn\
being the work of some fiendish Incendiary, who, l lr to 1 fifteen years service in the State prison. ick, presided at this; meeting, and :addressed, the i ii has received! during. the last 11 1 years upwards ranee in the hi.lfntn form of a C'>TI Ti-tfejrf IrProrLIct.
He will be tried for the murder of Lawrence, members at length Ihe' .t'to of 3So millions.
we hope, will be detected, and made a public on advantages. be derived Committee of Improvement vv.thvcng3a"ice

and severe example of, as a salutary warning to who was shot at the time of the robbery. from a repeal of the union. Addrcssa\of an Military, execution SPAIN..caricd to : Heaven s. nd tint: : tiu may h-j th
II are on *.great extent
those who may feel disposed to perpetrate such lf- The Malay apple, an Kist India fruit, i is important character were also made'by Mr. Henry. in .the'provinces.. O'ie hundred'and thirty l hit.Vhat ur.iMi|

atrocities in future. now raised Vicksburg} .'\li.s.. The prune, n tropical Grattan.; ; :: i- P.. and} others. .' men, including a larre number of chiefs and( officers expending: h'indr-Is( '.I'df-lldrs 11'luLi'iz tin:
A few weeks ac) the Mnjreis i and musicians at have nccn sru>t"vvltHio a tew tnoniiit, in in I; wnarved, .
i fruit, is successfully cultivated at Tuscaloosa L- ana lajiug a goccj uwlatio.i; i iv a ti .
HEALTH. Ala. St. Michael's:: .Church,,. at :Tone, Middletown, province still of abend Cat with lonia rumors alone.conspiracie The Madrid which journals coat, if 'the vvbc.lc is to be coveied a foot dl'i iwith

Our cit.c"lIthmcs. to be relaa.l'kably heiithy.At : .--- .---. near Manchester, turned out t for ftnadvance"ofwa.1C > sand
by order of the '
imrnacn ,
said ia !!
arc to bo active preparation at Sarjgo.ioa tre i ,
L, .a.i/:
this seas >n sickness of kind is r.c1. HATS OFF !-(>entlcinen entering; the.New : ; .
some ,
.
generally C: .: l Barcelona the-capital.: It i is suspected, however tee of Improvement ? Aid: dou-, {,JO, aj boe-a :
expected, but. vve know of no cases yet, of any .: Orleans Custom-housa are requested to take their The number; of petitions tlie,repeat of the Miat reports are raised for political purposes, the, Company' Agent's t Tai!: ww turned. }i'

description. A great number of families removed hats oft', and one or two porters are ill waiting (to JlJicJl'prcslnt'd to Parliament up:to the 21st of) to terrify the timid. It was believed: that c.vLrn- before, oh no.
see.that this new is ment had resolved dissolve, the Cortes forthwith!: ,
in the regulation complied with.
early spring to St. Joseph's and other ,
June 41' of '
,. was signature S7;,.t89. and to assemble n.w c hambers on the l&th of This Committee-this scientific C -n.nitf

neighbouring towns, as they havo been accus- {H5. Nino persons: in Boston were each fined The new charter of the.Bank of England will l October. .working upon some new, rule In rnathematjcvye

tomed to do for several years past on account of is-2 and costs,.a short time since, for smoking in be in full operation iR tI c'course of a few\ weeks. ; -\U TRL\. S ( suppose it to be, scratch mi/ luck! and !

the wcknesa which, they persist in saying, is The S'ilbi'anferl'ury, Jiue'23, contains a letter :-;
prevalent tILe ttlrctts! from the present time: : tickie your elbow,") have
here during summer. Wo have from, Vicuna, which says, it i is stated, that, covered the : 'lrd shied

sided here for several every summers, and know of re {15-: A lady of Philadelphia l attempted. to commit :- Her Majesty's ship Chilcl 11:13. arriVctl a It the change- of tariff detertnmc.i: on in favor of a part. of Water street with sand, until the strain

no ; l'orttnoilthith: a million!! and! a ,of'dollars, free tr.ldewith foreign countries .is to l be put in i several places is.i-ome inch. lu, her than
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place this side of the Potomac, that we should suicide a short time ago, because sue l vva* : force on November: 1 of) the}
of prt-sant
instalment
4' being part (-f the Chinese indemnity I- >ear. Eii5hteenartic1e'o sidewalk. What i is the Hand there for' :
give a preference to. During the past Week we very,. lonesome.. / .' money., "-. will, i it is said, undergo reduction in the it to harden the put J .,
street t ?
If
dues. Coffee curses avail God have been visited hy'heavy showers entrance amongst the rest, which I
accompanied (/. The ladies at Saratoga On tHe 7th ult., tho Town Council of Edinburgh praised, tho Committee !
with much thunder and promenade the at present pays twenty-one florins; the quintal 1, I will not live till Januir
lightning, and squall ofwind streets without their hats' on. They nil,their. by a majority! of II.tel. G, ,agreed, t; a: memorial J l will he admitted at' twelve .florins; but the duty I hit, every1 man that drive eVer it and rerneuibtj \
.
which
i- shook our dwellings to their very beauty from the sun. comleinning I the. prosecution and imprisonment of (refined sugar will be augmented. Raw cotton I I what it was before this immaculate Commit:]

founditions. Now we arc experiencing the beneficial O'Connell. .. .. .r" : ",'. ... ., is to enter freeH'. Foreign! tiaeisvill nay twelve riimrd it
'I will \ur out in all
J results, as Jio weather can be more dc tnPicnics are all the fashion a'nong the florins in place'of fifteen. Watch'es! are to be ad.i p smcrnfy: ot lica.1
The Court left
lightful than that Eastern Temperance Societies. Buckingham. Palace-I ., forVinc1sor'. milled on payment of a florin each." .sweet bdnedictibns for the rest of their ;oub.
we, are now enjoying.
t. ) ----- on the; 10th ult., preparatory the accouchement. REPORT;TOP uj? COTTON .:,lAr.K TiJn\ -.I Former C.omtnitfees of Improrement, cumpos-

I 03. The.Brauch. Mint at Charlotte, 2s. C., wss { ::}* The Madisoniau] hays, the Government her Majesty at the Castle.. '. The licaior1.mark, 1I1riet has'giv the pressure n way of Fi heavy l e'OHf f'on last.plhThe ? \lub-: : f of nien;of comtn:in scne did net hesitate to prj .

destroyed by fire, on the night of the 4J7th ult. has done its duty in the case of the American citizens i- A correspondent of .the Dublin Pilot. says- demand from the trade slackened towards thelo r*- pose to Council thC i-Yn, nrii'TT nf cortkii: .
The books who 1 have been Ie The government has-?pies in-every Oatliblicchapel .R of thf oreep(linsr 'vve*>k. and there is now a .J -
furniture artd bullion were saved. maltreated; in Cuba, ar1has i moderate inquiry only: at u fait her reduction oi hiP sums of money to shell \rat;r street, a'.J there] t

trt-Thc New Orleans Bulletin despatched the IJambridge to co-operate with in, the,country. The .pulice have been ordeied L T lb'on American sorts ;illlaking a decline oi',dper render it lit t tor use, ; but thi1 Committee, i}p05o1 5S ,

is opinion, that: our Consul. to'ieport c'crJ thing that is said by the j Ib within the pat fortnight. Buyers have a of uncommon sense, being ashamed of the wo:I
I the recent floods will reduce the cotton crop, priests about repeal. Several of the have' large l supply to.t hpoge from.mid! the trade has by t
police of their
predecessors do hectare to
nt-t ccferjup
about 230.0DO! bales. no,'means a sellUylj appearance.1,50..) l ales have ,
: Battooh .
03 0'ialljli destroyed by an' American been dismissed for refusing to become, spies and been di poed of this,day) ami. the sales since Friday ,.lest it should, be seen, being an obr.ci'igltt. .
squadron &ottie years since, li-r'acts of .' ., amount to 17.5flO: ) baiUij Speculators have
I: : 3It<: i is said, that every machine shop in Xew piracy. ,, informers. l "' ,.. 1 pircluided .

England, capable! of turning out factory: machine' ha been destroyed! again hy the Briti h. .His Majesty the King of S'ax'ony arrived in 'Liverpool very sparingly. What all the; surveying can b' forthat we ba JI

rr, has orders for twelve months ahead. (:1)- David Turnbull, British Consul in the from Chester pn Sunday, the llth ultimo, SAILORS : ; .' .'Colonel Nnpier: in hisi1I(1 seen so much of lately, the public is utterly

'. ithnd of Cuba, is accused of being the) mover i in immediatelproceeded 1 l'd (tothoAdelphi} Hotel.:: ) Sl'orts-in lijurop .\i-i/Ajq. thus bwmoronsly 1os to imagine, unless it be 'o ascertain thC2t ri
The 0-
d3 receipts at the New York CustomHouse relates a mis-hap ,\yichon occurred to lu-f
: The Dublin Evening Post of the 13th .e a I1l
I the rl'C 'insurrection. among the negroes there, nit: states waN .n hore mag upon contracts. Th* looking! and *.;iu1l1t.
for the month of July, amounted to $.',1 J J 1- al\oiv: :
the and is charged with! having formed a design in that up to that date,331 members of Hie tTnmicii1a'1corpo *( k Avast there, Jack !P cried the voice;' Shorten ing at poles and would. e.sllr\'eJing, puts cs := f
41$ SS
being largest
amount
ever collected in I .ations ,in Ireland had signed the protest : sail and heave tQ; my craft must wah'r.y, ,' J
ay
one: mouth. connection with the blacks! there, to get possession was the laconitrepporige ..' mind of one of Peter pndar's; odes :
iitf.vre-eiitlyihieesonsof t
; : !
of the iblntid.JrJ against the prosecution. and conviction of O'Con Neptnne ada'.liRy'the.fotmer gent temei li being Oft have I seen a .nagpie in the street. (

$3- The amount Treasury Notes o-it-tanding ----- -- nell. able, under existing circniustance.-5. to claim very (A knowing bird we oft,-n meet,)

on the first in>t. wad i:2Ij( ,!S7 50. ;:: The exports: of cotton goods from the port A miniature, of Milton has recently come' to near' relationship to the latter ;wordiagly\ 'bore With head avvr?. and look askance n
up, and$ their nags having, taken in the n'-quiMte Look knowiug.5. into a marrow bone.
.Boston: for the month of July, was, to light, by Samuel Cooper, which has been I
foreign purchased quantity of moisture know*
f5 It i is estimated that the mar crop of Lou- were agiiii S4>ou underway Our Surveyor is tl( same, and seems to st
islaoa will this port, l ijbJO bale.-, and (to coastwise ports fiU 10 by the Duke ofBuccleu.h; fora( hundred guineas. -; and! out of siqht;.carrying (-"JirK: stitch of canvas;, much ahout"h t he is at, and looks: as wise v s.I
& year amount to 10J,00 toaCTJ -, ; while my yaleehc quietly pnrMi-d i H!ftrndv ronr-e, -
.
.- ,. hale The miniature bears a general likeness to: nnd crept aroh .likea'u.ol'd! : f-hfer in :'tho wake: of the magpie diJ when looking into a hollow! bone .IJ
The receipts into the I*. s. Treasury: for -- I the portraits of the great l poet, taken: after his 1 ndS:3.Hlt wine gallant fT1tl' .'. Alnnil! clattering of hoofe Not to take too luucli of 'O'Jralu' .IS J

_ the juaiti Hiding] oOlh Juno la.t t, from all -our- C3- Mr, \\'ith-h ilYf"fThe persons who held the ;: has a liner more'youthful and more elevated .from the direction' fri which we were proc' din'; ishiig up! .
laM nine yrarn'lease of tin: chairs in the area of at once roused one attention: ,anj,sud.lenly: aho :e. able papervve drop the Committee of InjP :.
ccs; were S"J.lii,5UO.' During the It is +.
sune period expression.
about !
the Palai-Royal', aliaed a fortune of three hun- being engraved. saJopijSJit} a.fe.tfffifpac1 over tfje! hard road\ and moot for tic present, intending to: call public \
thc nrciit I..d.! wore'$;.j37fi/JO( G'i. vvitnont' feitlier' Fidel or Jiridfet, .shot .pal-t lefime
p" anil .
---.IT r tired and f"i i\ty t thousand frtnes-a profit of forty II is; said in the city that a new use bus been little.d llii of'thVj VaVid :prombtioh of one of tentioii t -SOU1C. other, ,works. contracts, &1 It''

O'J'The: Atlantic Mutual Jn?ranee Company t thousand per'annum." discovered in till article guano, which was never t these SOUH of the ocean,who uiM .t thus unt-xpl'ctdl HL&\g-EYE t't:

- --- anticipated. ?The rumor'gocs thai it have bern, converted into a 'field: offlii'-r.* Mv
of Baltimore, have declared a dividend of 37J percent I may housed
S1'OTS ,' in thcMddi.-on 'Ta, conjectures were soon verified bv seems Jack with f-; :o.-The ship Orphfiw. at thi"pNlIrl'mtC aq an
on the earned premiums for the year. INTUC UN A writer ; ) in the' manufacture of a certain, color. the bridle[ in one:hand and -svvahlun hi i.- dripping hundred iou Ofp18-l:

_,L1r __.__ Banne.r 5.LYb there are six i jotS. now \UibI ;in the An addicts from'Leihstcr-containing. ::2j79! big- ..Ind.dns-t1 begrimed countMimife wul the titht'1' a. Thi Pacific great, has fertihter brought, t four the eitniordu.ary tHeel..1
sun, sill} which have made thr irnPttl'arallce with he 'carri(d on' after cln e, which hull 1r.lant: : f(
: The Charleston ijeicury gives a rumour [ natures including thosfo: of twenty-two mcmbeisof l- now wEueii have been extensively LCsCJ r m ; ,
ilovvn f.ist;
in few day's. The diameter,of the is ;.and; diapcariug from,: his? Mood shot aril( which ha- : pruJnced bS
IJuger a largest estimated more recently fj"etlts.itifaetory
that Mr. retire frum
to the U. : ,
is S. Senate, 5000 miles. .. the Town Council, has been fur warded.toO'Connell ; ,\Ir. eyes. \\r ell, Ill)}' lad, how's this d I Tumbled over result: in this country! (':' (,__
and proposes Mr. Calhoun as his i'Ucccss r. ; at : I:: ., board eh? 'Ay,y'ollrhonnr,'gapped; out the breath : bv ev etv. lOtrl1l"t'nt fannrr.and its vah't': tfl. [ ..IIi,.
L less tar,; 'thnt cranky cr :ft was flrgiugweU' *J\\'iiJ, cfoFey[ calculated: md nokM. TinW1'' ;
A New York letter saysA A 'HOirr'P.ir.v.SM'ii.! it i* a frarful iight Mr.Vnrrer, a watchmaker and jeweller. of when hhes jsiuldenly l takfu.as.it vvereqilit4 hack,' -nli>tinre in the i-lawk-on! the'e' !t of ainSontii ar S
to hee a yonny) confiding! iirl; approach the altar London) IHcOlJlphtct'a) working'model of : biin, ;d IiI with .1 round turn, sendsme It.illVt'r Aftieriai i is said to be f\hlwlIe! f\ r B, f(
letter from Lireroostates lhatthe Hibcrma. a highpressure '
who loves Jinirer her figure head find lr.lg,
with one to arouiul the VtI1CrIij. hm I and hikc't lubber, number ot 'tht* ehs ulaJy. HIll" .a
the crack steamer of the Cunard Line, i is to b.: (if. MAY .pass un-cathed thioii;h the fiery ordealainJ bteatn ell ilw, so small I that i it ?tand.s upon with this "-!,tow line in my flipper, while s-Iie! jvt'! to ('II ;HSr in vt;ir, i iuJ OLe MUttr l lai=,e.bU'!I'riboil

run against the Great: Western her no\t trip at the bright hopes of the bride- MAY ripen itite L a fourpenny piece, with ground to spare. I shows 1' her itirnaiILI then, flies off 'like a squill, ,L'nglaiid! it ib ealcuhied Hat ill> ).1es iliaii C'r :iC11 oCll;
fruition, lint fair reader, let not th" splendor*, of o hac Y jitfcenn 1iII tl.t'! : I the trullorta
reduction of eight guineas.ffj N\ r'a1 ltlj, nor' the allurements <>f i.ea-.urc! nor, tile On the I l.'JLh: instant, saall' Iri;h pjppr) .!Mr.O'Connell ., .' .' '' ,*-,.-'.-, ..-. _, II clred1111'5 this. commodity.are cmilojcdm "I'!.,"
--- ]>nuui .el triuniphs of ambition, tempt yon in a L : commenced his tnarhin". \r tf''lh.
great literary labor. :his YOITH; AND! ) 'If.Tntl In'the T.ondrn jwpei-a : 'niti
: r riko with danger to jill hold dr.'ar. C. till 'the nrll'ientlY,' I ared. (
Mr. Gushing, when last heard: from vaa transit ym '" '* .vyhom '" i vahieof (;flan) IUlq !ht'dt advcrtiCtI, .
; Hon-st I industry, joined with .t tnn.vMance, may: Lifo and Times, w by what v>ther stytc,'and L' 'Thoj-q! in.nds lrfc ilif young The: I CJDSUUl'tIt I Ilit I np"afi1 t'l'3.
owrVs f full man ( t 'BOfJthi15 ;
:
Macao, studying the Mauchoo language, with ,aan l' a forlunc, and all llwt ambition should covet ;; title I his proji-rted.( autobiography i i-to' be clo frornfIi.itanlIlnwithere(1! : the eyEs{ I addeti II. 1UJ1Hiling t-\:0
distingti- the !
; ;t III biin>!iinr> ;'tlii'vi en down I to the grave I S0111t in.'pro\ClUl'lt.-CI; ht'-.c tt'
'i the hope of being able to address the Krnprror in but wealth, tal'Mit-sfame can nf'.Trgil' !( the drunk. i hed ill ; as if it : inr Afnca .uc tUrIluhcJ1I 1ullU' Ir
ar,!I's hom\ nor :ooilT* tlJ (.rrnofa "mnkard' ;:: > tnp\t.I\ \ ); :Mr O'\l.q Daunt 23 J his. a'tiiariUO'ISIS -' were an altar in rli r'.llOllr oflior-e ambVf I. th
tii J rsr. -rnaruhr. : brainy ; they fire f-paretl. lifeV longest asrony-!that I wllleh, Cnabk. them to a.eerIaUi, .',(n,
'If' : I [ 111')1.1I1l1'1)
t' : I. .f .dllralJlf' ( jh. iiiinute.-f[ 11 I
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F.t theCiwvnurciid- A4vyi : f qt-iz9; :, J.ii13l, i- J4.Jty 0 ADVICE TO. MAIDEXS ; ; LIKE.-Nut to go to FOR RENT.-The build tne' near heas 0

noiA; ATION''NO.. Io.-.1firt me tut. dear -I/A EJitor: 7n/this .svveetost ofliitle Tnat ctMjfeicafsonET'whicli".commences with eitis'iiot'a eet-un &;;; Market, knriwfl the -Market Coke
takeyour time, M14'oy, hasprovcd. <
Oac peat source of.oviL.ia the disposition of l villages", wbere the J>riglii rt [eyey beam, rous IQ young ladies who have been contru.lied vfry i5ia" 'knees House," will be rented on reason&le
for'trout
verlooV.'at Inno'-J, positive aits of disolClKv and the Lest hearts beat, under an a.tmospjipre of i it. Everything is done in R Inrry in ( fishing fcrawT Apply to J. L. WYMAN.
,, to H clean
fs ,tiry-market Apalachieola
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t hertbrertm married a? quickly% as po-siblc. liuare 0 July 27,1S-14.
:ml at others to puni-h for trifling ac- greater tepOSe'afll'CflflltOTt than blesses perhaps b ands like bird", it you don't bring them do A uncle: paying.htm th?

dct. Many sullbr a child to disobey] wlien.ed anV other portion of the habitable globe; you must at once, tli3;; are off. 014)Vf tno rnin. Copartnership and Commission
'; l tifl idci beet i a r'thtv. Tj rwlalion and believe 0 JlusincsS
to do something pick up a book eifeem it an. especi'il: favor that we have not )
whou ib be4 of the AT APALACHICOLA .
c uI get ; animal lie 15 i AND COLUMBUS.n 1
.1:; the tlr, for example, who win whip it rI :
v f ,r acci'lcntally' spilling a little grease 0:1. to.a'i vise 'you of the sayings. and douigs of the, i call nt"rfr idvantiou5 wnh wlwt! judicious settlement.and 0 ; likes to Lear your j JL pose of tTan acting a General Agency and 0 4,0 ,

the raost.palpable injustice., world in our/absence. 0 0 :'- an an u to it.. Commission Busine The business will be cob-
Here will have
; d 1ht. is Young girls twingt? ofth
1 1 ?
:: mid is know but the*'* are like otfi you solicit .ajoao ducted in ApalachicolayFla., by Henry LRaV- ,
disobedience Quincy a bIesed little we r
itr pJaec.ancl crrn4qlnts
fully justifitis -
encourage
*
th ri nay ( dental to youth, they go uivay suddenly pi it. mood, under the firm of RAYMOND &, HAR-
in- 1 ujIt., and they punish-no/it j is no punishment, the encomiums that have induced us.to a any lid OTects. Dyspepsia often produces of spirit; who rights a DIN-in Columbus, Geo., by Edward J. Ha'rdint f I,

t t3 11aTaflt abuse, insufferable injustice aiidIbominable temporary, residence within. its. 'calm and holvine e holy, which attributed iw disappointed 0 under the firm of HARDIN &. Co. .

horIe oppression, They inflict outrageous ti )enc. Having seldom been- the scene 1 of *very but bran bread-and apple sauce will speedily pious who never- The advantages offered by this arrangement, to
move this complaint. at distance who have
wish
persona a or to
may
trans innocence. Is this the case with, exciting occurrences, its people yield readily to Sonic ffirUbave imagination tender
h upon rosy so that an idle man. make business in either cr both places, will be P

t u, leaden .' Believe me, your children see it, any motion that may give them a mo'nent's innocent h civil iiev word themselves to them. love These with unfortiinate every man who with a trTidesmen to readily perceived. Feeling ourselves fully com

;:iJ demise yo i for it,. and will' soon fling back umus'enient. Their interest in the erection: shonki iie Ike shower Lath every morning.and of money and which petent to conduct such a business as it should be,

1flr abuse. .: of t churches, we are told, which exhausted their t frequent exercise on horseback. and intending so to do, we respectfully solicit a
sand : share
contempt and scorn, Komance stioald be coniintfd to on his good of patronage..
with
"-------riioaldt-rs to be borne.Oftoi ."- .p ecLthi .resources. and.: architectural taste, was l li libraries and boarding f-ciioolsat is well 0 EDWARD ,1. HARDIN,

Oji your own nude to bleed at behold1rd.hcartGd.wliuinai soon succeeded by the excitements of the temperance i in I these places, but out of them it IA sadly in that she looks much 0 HENRY L. RAYMOND. 0 4
: has inv heart been way.. It is very apt to take bread -and butter Apalachieola
rick cause. This in turn, after havingdcvehiped I July 31, 1S44. alOtf
patent .\\-hip the O dae'5-moatn, and it js a curious fact in physics
t in z flZ EtC amiable little' .fpr accidentally the wit.ejoivier\cc, and .learning of the community t hat though' love causes the heart to'swell, it t cptne out in the prer I NOtICE TO OWXERs'oFsTEAM BOATS.
aiuocer.t, obedu-nt, oae- fills f : : of five and forty.
be. gave pUco to weeklytrcw: fo sat some house an emp.ty.t4omach. -v 0 .Boy.by the name of Joe, who ia a
hitting its tender toe aiiirist, an unseen li a man "falls In love witu you, Instead of with, .a Fool. Pilot 0
little j st'ab and"falling down !1. O shame on *uch previously designated, where after having taken tl taining the ColOr of his eyes, find out the l ugth of a, large company by fun pood from Columbus, any person to wishing to hire a Pilot to
tea in n decent and orderly in-inner at their otvnrhomes'the1 l his purse instead of asking his age, a list of t ( : interesting. to yourself Apalachieola, or Up Flint
1 parents Mich 1ril(. -1 0 ye incarnatcil fiends effects, I'fthsr make a goodlyappearance', 1 River, can have my Boy on trial for a week ; if

-old xvao fallow suc! a cursed practice, look atjourgcJres i good people, suffered themselves to mind his lOoks, bin conclude the har;niu at has always rahman- they 'like him, I will hire bun for a month, or
Irewtee. abused little become a* merry, as sport, or sad -.music and You will leani'to lo'vehnn when you feel the for the whole season. Persons wishing to hire .
dr
] a-d; bai! J-"ok flt "Pur os moonlight could make them 1 cessity ofs-icha parson. In the meantime, h him will do well to addres-j the undersigned soon, 0

and be ashuioed Look at the miseries you artirni.Ui dure fiim. 0 morning to hunt z or }hw .aeivjces may be engaged, will hire him
This, however, not having occasioned the ued ourselves l > '<
establishment Tuare to be Alonzon pronounce
and Melis
many
b on your.-elves ani your children, andveeI as lower by the :>eas t of ; institution to perpetuate i its .the. world, and there was much rni.-ery in
any ,
\ nid: iiowl, and repent; or-clse, in tears and qicu. \v-a-days, people are more ; will remember you 0 SARAH L. SCOTT.

Lz'Ji1 of soU'', in gicf and remrsc ( f c n. existence, quietly resigned its dominion to the They hav an eye to the rr-aj : they are matter to forget them. Ochesee, -Au.r. 3, 1541. alO-lm
3p... a more powerful excitement tiio discovery'of f ict. ad ee more substantial comfort in
: produced a 'thirsty or cat when
will th bitter fruit of yours PORK. 12bbls. Prime
-uncv, J'iu reap i can enuurc to sea the. lang ojiprcss) his -sp'ring, about a mile from town, with1r in a bountifully ?upplied'tahethaii! score of 0 0 and for sale by

he : must dacided mineral. unj medicinal prop'tic-' l letter All this betrays a irond deal ofsound sensVhicfl D0DE&GARDER,
stltr( for here the oppressed is a nun of biiiiy monarch of Tre s. the .
whose hj is .to be the of maidens would do well to profit by.-[ au19 40 Water st.
subject
toiy our present i the _
Cypress which
wahst-iud t it'-K? has the spirit of a-wm/t ; i I: can 3lenger. 0 0 I
communication; Tnle[ in"the province YARN:--15 coils Kentucky Pack 4
to x; one mn prlt and pouml another, Thio Tref PACKING
Jiri
> ,
war :We" would have been pleased'if some extraordinary TKK (Jnivvr WAI.I OK CIINA-4. C. 214. h was for sale low by.DODGE
and found
ht.. fir la re tU-j coijat is u.'tween two equals ; but It wa with the view of ,ecvriii 'his empire a circumference, to be one I 0 & GARDNER,
occurrence, evuicingtheiinporUnce nature : Thi.-: 0
Tid \v icn i tfee a ;parent beat an unoffending! helpless, ainst" future attacks of the.se formidable This tree ha-3 no; aug9. _40Vater( at.ERFUMERY .
attached to the circumstince Had'milked! the
t-fenrelss! child, J-T an irvoluntaiy.mishap, my tlt.Cliehwangte undertook the completion of .- foliage i is less lively FANCY ARTICLES, &c. j
discovery of, so inestimable a blessing ty our race, G&'tttVaIJ, a stupendous work, surpassing by all the riate I
and with the I
Water
'.y-nl b )Il* .vitJi indignation, poet Superior Cologne ;
:
-hut, tor! alit inability to find: or fancy a more int mu--t wondorful efforts cf huu>un labjr in oth : his pitriare-h >r'thc I' Lavender do.
c: : :- cou.nries and years; perha fmra .
crfec Metin; oricin, are compelled: to admit lie! simple upon which twenty centuries 4' Orange do.do..
; i
.
Tin-1 'v.: :'rds that sh' -ufiiciently! accnr ?, \crMd !b'it little effect. The iai>iO : Bay -
An i ex'-ra2sruJi'rcprolratt'f had..ne.dqiotLu truth that negroes found it-were uniccutoined ?- mid oJ E-rv.'t contains but smith portion of ,

I i( ; frim Ue IILrtfedet hell." t tAiin. to is( use, and as pleased with ijs ciTe'cls as ter in !this wall, the solid contents cf which- Hair Essential Dye Oils: ; ,

another fruitful !ource of evil is parti- were inhdbitants.of. Guinea with the medical including the projecting mass of stone.and Balm of Columbia; 0

c1tt ulsty. Is there, ainoh;; the little group; Around wonder* of tartar, .supplied them by the mission uiiich; alone contain as much ma-wiry-a* all : : Tooth Brushes, assorted; 0 j 0
don-are sun )cseil to. exceed in bulk the : .Aiigut 19.
t tot your i'liTiilyilreside 1 one who appears ia your aric- before 'fashion herafd i't'to Hair do do t .
Saw proper'to ,
I' ials: nf alI the/ \vellinc'bouses in Ktujlan-I ]1 1 Clothes Brushes
-ve* more bfritiful, more .intelligent and more the world, or0'was aware even of its- existence. .i Scotland. Tlie vastness of the rnis-s may b- ;p. ;

vid atuuble than the rest : And, in consequence of r tor appreciated by-cons-idenn that it is Liverpool by Xourse, Playing Cards, .French and American. .
? more I
Of itschemical L Also .
properties, as exhibited by ana -0 a variety of Fancy articles, Soaps, &.c.k 0
)!flC th'!> extra atlection; do You lay upon it less labor;; v i=, we cbnfesj ourselves .iguorant. The infroduction sufficient to surround the irc'iinferenoe of I just opened and for sale by

% t1. bistk it favor fiucn'tfian earth, on two of its ratet nrck-s, with ). THOS.
a > v upon( more and P. JONES &. CO., "
.of chemical agents did indeed (leV lOpE walls, each siv feet huh and two feet thick.V.dk ] New OrieariF.
u:>D.i the rest ? Do you indulge it in things denied \ ; from New Orleans. Hair Dressing Saloon, 0
some exceedingly! interesting; phenomena, and I hadb en ulread\ ere 'ted[ to d-jine of the [' ; ; jy2Qtf: Centre
street.
U. to the others, or sometimes punish them for beams ol' bri-intest happiness from a face behiniapajrof i ty princes in the north, to, exclude the ) fin Cron's Ferry. -s

cr. the mischief f ihe pet ? 0 let ztell you, you I gold spectacles, that were-inte'ntly fixed from their states. Abir.it a century! back, To the American Bar.rpHE .

are inkin* a }'illow of thorns for yourself and provinces of Chin-le, Shen- e and Shau-e, : : Ann Eliza! Park, undersigned contemplates putting to Press
u-.on thi? experiment ; but tie! car'jonite of lice,p ed the throe kingdoms ofT in, Chaou, and port, 5th inst. JL the ensuing Spring, the first volume of
<-r 1'ie' id.si of y ur Jivart. Your own hope? will!! chloridi/ofcalcinsa Jlanchester ut Trie=t
and othor which adjoi-.ed ,
many terms which I !riulernloigoiit. To jirotfCt SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE
1 ht t itsjdahH v 'bi l i will be full ; Uth July Cumber-
m age ul bitter.i /or our Isves we cannot now remember, corn territories from the Tuork and other triDe I >- on t 1 ; 0 AMERICAN BAR."

,_-;- and !?rief, 'i-o u vfj deer.- it nil : hut ulasJ blind.nl intelligible borders, .tlie; king .of Tsin uilt a wall from 0,0
plfilfly us to brethren the United
any conception north ot Lin-taon-foo at t'e! My throughout States are
: wp ,:.n *.- Jjtj& $ie toi y4 ;ni>Uken flu-ction Xur cd of the pricesor the reult.Vhilc the uplifted I It Sh.'in-3e to theHwan -hn. north of Yenjjan-loo *chr Effort--9i bbl requested to aid me with contributions from their

Ii i i f; h t-i>e.i JiVttIU; )'inetfler evr prutieil, t filler; of the Lamed gentleman who assisted, The prince Chaou also constructed wall : : ; sugar, 10 bbls macke respective States, locating particularly the

..,-,. b !,y V'tr faUltitta4rri un;>rirtciI :- fairly 1 frightened natural v.-js'.i we had the Hwanc-hoto the prtHunt in>:itir-rs nt ChihUThe ) ?, 4 tvks bacon, Scene" or Anecdote" in the proper County or
away any I ; : to older. District. As the contributions will be
JoUut 1. : nd ruiaad kinr of Yen contnnel triu wall from very numerous
Lii. -; 1urcr to about tne matter. -To ti too it : bbl5 whifkey, 18 c'o
inquire ?, w.i > north of Seuen-hwa-rne to Leach-Inn} and many of them from the far North and

, t t I ( ::v, ri ; 4'l.1 jrirerits You are surj'y objects su'ficient: that its effects were gnoJ; no iattcm r The emperor directi-d his ceiipral, ) oOsck-, 3000 corh.T fret lumber cisk! ? West, I must: request my friends to pay the post < 0

i i ;..ir.: Y..a timc! the idd so faultlf-s'a-f.J what chemical properties contributed to their! r-h ) had completed the. carnrfaiirn n. ainst ( 0 age on them. I shall be aided in this amusing and 0
t ? U auo *0 Heuncj-noo-j, to the walls interesting work by some of the oldest and most
ft.t. laUTazc vcu ien Vuuis n manaii productio'n ; and no one who has had an oppor survey mill by thc 0
prince to complete the union and to I distinguished Members of the Sourhern flat.t .
,
!!/> and crie-*, you li'icy it jnirnfiists such adnrt tunifv of seeing th'u} bright faces and elastic
> step J.HS r-it; b uTicr from K-v.-x M.'i-kwan'! to the : Sobicski-1677 bales tAll: communications must be directed to
t:4: i > i a-i 1 jtrtnijhi isr levelopnient <-f f n r'iitt I II winch: all brinq: from" their nvitutinril flevotiuns at t L whereat a sn'ose.'jiient' period, Wuns-hac-low 1 tae at Pensacola, Florida."

.n a -. 1. \\- 1 f.iijy: tV-re i.c-ver was 50 uncommo i I this shrine of health and beauty, can.doubt of .its; built, on the shore of th" }Ca>tf-rn Xe?, a spa'-e f -- _0S 0 RICHARD ROE. 0

a t hi! L 1 IcU.youciur (bright Jivam& of Ary :.;ood Ct ecta.;, We will iict positively assert that ob nit fifteen hundred miles over diep valiev : [i ( to an- Pensacola, July 1st, 1514. I

\v .1 -.. >:'i lk: ? mist btfcie tire morning s-i::. the lovely face of our town are o\vin.j to a daily r this rnouat.ups of great elevation. The foujdatons: ; ift Esq., as a Candi {;:?* Editors favorable fo. the undertaking will
prodigious work were laid in tho pleasecopy.
'early ife
'
ttef 'j>.o :< 1 14 4Lirli ntnn: whomo'i now d ;te, 0 attendance at this'spring.; Yet while tlie t4ct i iaat of this year. Enormous j/irnbcrs! of men, ( Western. Senatorial & -OAKUM.- 0__ .

tics \\ .: : ":! y \\n -r th! will .btmj joutqtielieair. all millions CORDAGE
; doubtful, we think it becomes eiery one to say being third .f! Tile inhabitants of -._00_ of Manilla
Cordage assorted
I r; : ;. Your praise*, our IndiiXjences'arj( yo'ir seek similar results the simesource And the certain age, were "collected froln nil parts of tli u.I t5! bales Oakum, for sale by, ; .
.
: empire, arid set to work the I to an
i l'-\r.s' : wll: bnnj; him to. prison, cr to the old PeP1e10r.althouh it i isa-serted thtt peoplsncver.do on structure. DODGE t G'ARDNER, 1
superintendence was entrusted to iIu if Jack ,
ua, as a Can
t i'l.vs' or tft a drnnkard'tj gravel! In the history ap6 40 Water street.
'
rec.th irrow'oiJ jn .Ojulncy'they at lea.- are who had under hifn 'an army of :jOr; ,(oo.j( ; tiieil.Ves5els Western Senatorial L _

. Mu.iii4vs this is seen to be the almost invariabloresUtt. sometimes: old before they have the jood< fortune laden withirmcre sunk! at the : j jy2 T IME. S'J' bbls of Lime, for sale low by

O '.'iire'if-i, 'tonsidvt fJiis; ; consider 3'i'ir to find the 1)laCC-thO old people, as they tramp shore, where thp!: xxHilr'bepn, to make a : JLj KIMBROUGH & RIDGWAY, 0
t ir'Ml .. 0 for it. Lrgearchcs were built fur the 0 0 per his agent, WM. H. HUGHES,
: r -; (? .5-'ilities ; ccnjdcj" the harvest vr.u passage '!
alon. back each-
helping other the fences
over rivers the .
i ; alotijj wails, at certain distances, PAINTER jyG 51 Water street.
urI ik.tua viil reap; ; kt not your pampered, t4ti'i i l 0 "
nodding their heads at each oilier; and laughing forts for L'arrJsngmte were made qonvenii-nt HEWING TOBACCO- 45 dozlvfrs. Miller's
children cry cut, ia: the bitterness( of eternal despair places for traflic of! Apalachicftla, Fla.
,
incrrjlyat every little incid.jitiri all the excitement passive troop-fcc.j{ and it '_Chewing Tobacco, just received and for sale 4
I tie for vengeance en your unfaithful lied<.' of e.xcrcue aid novelty, present a sight width was so great that, in some_ p.art ; :; hand a full supply of by : DODGE GARDNER,
. horsemen could walk abreast at the top of th ; &.c. &c Work d'one '
.ar.prr DOCTOR.IntTt.tvi pcaicely less pleainj, end gives oncthe idea that wall. The work w-is completcdln theshort spacol : jel5 _0 40 Water street.

;, F Sd'id men die of IVwrang; (B. c. t2u 3 that neither of Florida. the latest patterns, just received, and for
twenty anhn lly. precise way.* of old age as they have a loind to, ;) so Chehwanule L'NT Y. ELLISON
B. & Co.
The 'Himbfr f nor of his had the sale by
t1 inn-ibitauts: : a city.or any nee satisfaction I
county have visited the fountain of
perpetual jouth, and I
) 33 Water st.BAR' .
itbire ;s renewed every tlnrtvears.. seeing this great undertaking accomplished.Thornton's aplf 0
Tbe number of old are fully resolved to turn back a im. Nor aVe \In .f2flecy.
men who die ii> coldea- tllstory cf China. : LEAD-500' lbs Bar Lead.
ther is to tn. number of those who die'in warm we bachelors excluded from the general good this from) the if For ale by I

sseer \\eatl.er, seven to jo4ir. inestimable spring throws around us. Never was: An officer of our Xavy tells a gooclinecdote thig case >report l 0 CHESTER, FARRIOR & McGRlFF,
The men able. to bear a couple of tars, one .oi whom strictly ; poirjte '
arms fcrm a fourth of vas ternprate in' el 44 Water street. .
i iI tlie, hihab tantft-of ao xiutrv. 0 a spring approached by -finer declivity, dolvsi: while the other uaver mis.>oo his ro.jj due by parses _._ ) (

Thepr(jpoitj; wvbjt\\e-en the deaths ofwomen which a gallant youth may extend little instances, any circumstances. For some little misdemeanor : instalmt-n! here M \ FOR SUMMER CARPETS.-A j

I Oil and tat: (ii men, H one: hundred to one hundred of attention and, assistance to "the gentle beini; the latter was sentenced to hare his in the Fnnklin prime assortment' just received. **

;uid c-unt. The probable duration of female lives who has confided her safety to his care never: stopped for ten d.n'-j-thernoni cruel pu'iishment' Company, public no- For sale by B ELLISON & CO., 2

nsi\ty ; but after that period the calculation H ; ]probably, that could have been inflicted partieu respt-rlively, ap27 __ __ _33 Water street.DRUGS .
was.there-a cooler shade in T. Nourse IL-ceiver 0
more favorable them which to watch overher him. 0 ,
to than
:Lt men. MEDICINES, &c.-The subscriber
jjri.jnt. One half >f thoss who are born die beA'.rn the'L recovery from the toils of the cvrursion ;; Three (fays before the sentence expired 0 : 1S1CJ.the interest or their thftreon, opened a iresh supply of Drugs, -

attain the :tz cf-seventeenAmous 'never' a spot where fairer features of Florida L temperance tar asked his comrade how he fel pubhr auction rtr-pec-in Medicines, &c. All orders from the country

ters ii i,1 I _'" who die, it appears by the regis scenery conspire to win her to a kind and gentle since his grog had been stopped. Court of Chancery, ac: promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY, .
:5 :r.s that there is o\jy one person of one hundred Perfectly miserable," was the reonse. jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.
several
mood never a place where seclusion to pay the
years of a- e. ; profound But you will soon get over -if." .

Mrp old fl1fl are 'found in elevated situations from the world, and the happiness of being where Never Shiver my- timbers if ever I can I J Sale fir=t Wednes CONSIGNMENT: bbL choice salt

than in valleys, and plains. few ha\e been before them, elicit feelings of-more since to the windward of .tbA3 bad" feeliii-js I've I and: interest, due 1st t ON in prime order, put up expressly for ) :

anti entire dependance each other, they stopped my grog. !: family us*. For sale by
trusting upon Yet . ..S1 ,>>(>|' "" 0
: 1fllrk.vZ (;iant.-meAuary.\ Adverlisei; And when twilight sheds her soothing influence your days will E be lengthened, Jack, ( .' S.olO: 01-I CHESTER, FARKIOR & McGPJFF, j
sa\s they
. are cronmc;a cisoit at Cox.ickie, in (hat said the temperance tar, taking his comrade on 1C1 4.1 Water street.
aa Mate, who promise* to overtop all competition irt 'over wild nature and the human heart, never can new tack. 0 0 l were -_ &

tnisco-intry or Europe. H I is lume is i Nathan Lamp- there be a sweeter place. to'wIuVp .'r tales of love* You're ri . . 3Go OS Partnership'heretofore
, e.tl ianandIie issixteun had -nothing to drink have \ .1i The existing under
years ol .,weicbin one hiui )cn kiniorh.v\ \
or a buhiirplice.fur the. interciun: of vows oftrue % I
V. Carmack of DOYLE
ored & BUTMAN
; and ninety c-icht pounds, slimline; atthis time aground the world. Kl i.sf my eye*, hj t I the name and.StYi -
5'ven1..t: one inch n height aiul eiowin"like and dtrvoted constancy. 0 ', sometimes -jius tme a-, tii I'u'i there( would i of Franklin county, Sinn Chandlers and Grocers, Nos. 2 &. 4 Delorp .

)reat ; lic i ,, Iy Dr. sciith as -' areat1: As reasonable men then, with iii sc unquestioiiable no end to tlu m'." 0 ; ) cf Florida.H. fctrev.-tj Triangle Buildings; is i this day dissolvepbv

: u, awkwar-J,t:.jud nutured sixteen old bm" evidences entertain doubt ofthe I .1. mutual consent. All.claims due by said firm

L1C 13 bt1itvI! nirn--, ft. K ..,. 1... ll year___.. 1 .,"_ can we a A \V1FP.-iu the play of Love and Ke-tson, in Chancery. ;are requested tn be presented, and those indebted
the continent, and has' actually-' -;1- L'rowt* V-W;) nine*-J--0 inches f *** I elfieaev of" flieTe "walfhf In"UieVradic.ilion <>f! old.Gen. Oitdxj is lcrsa(11nZdU1tillit \ : 1* | 1. to make payment to THOS. M. DOYLE, who

the 1i st e.tr. He -an.ambituns and ha every human iflFdfthef' we'ldd'warr.iut and to marry. will continue the above business on his own account ,
yi.uth' ; 0 .
The under-
adesire to She i- .t the nunie of the firm to be used in liquidation
outgrow the
all creation ; an aeration dtjfiijul them uicwq.ajriinus in 'FIoi Ma, and an angel says General.fl : with them Mr. 1C. ,
qnite only. Signed) THOS. M. DOYLE ,
flIe li'N-t-ly to be dpu't want augcl-t I should ( ,
rev.hed.
1 for lie has xd health lo ai'e ja not
ad a< < itsSert that they .the most potent walcw to transact a Genera I
BENJ. BUTMAN.
t '.od habiN. Tnf Dclor thinlw lie will what to do with an angel !t" is the rqdy (tithe sm'She
bnd'I reach at l t another foot, and on the whole wo under the sun, 'and that My 'a jadioious use even glenartedtljttt4nt.} 0 : STONE Shipping\ Business Co. New Orleans, June 15, 134J. j)6 1m

el' haret Pant. rry cod prospect of raising an *4 Empire' the ill of bachelorship'ifself'will ultimatelyield '. is all sweetness," reiji ; the Geicrtl.h. : & STONE. 0i OTICE.-Tlie undersigned have this day
,
"
to (thcir : is a bee hive, answers Vincent but
0 Ir4 salutary influence. : i; 1. formed a partnership under the name and g

'thar.C Dqit Jr*> ::_-A--littld;- ; SuuJuy school Whoever therefore, i is in skknGsS, comehu! does head unt into follow it !" that I should like ti> thruat AiU. 1, is '14. style of "GOLDSTEIN *c CO." for the transaction I R
a19
iti, s%htLI dvitir, xvuhed Iifrr'mother '!.. put jio ever i is in affliction, como whoever is. trembling of a general Wholesale Grocer and Commission

, IO1e3 kej hcr lieJ Iu t} e o.9tt! and oi: lioih* bn'the verge of a tender declaration i come quickly l.\\ Qr.\.vp.\RV.-i'o.-t mat-It r Wicklitli: .- ) hhls old Business. 0 1). GOLDSTEIN, .c
I1in tIjt- ?aiJt "-b2Cau- Christ's head serveti :i notice uoii the Xe\v Yoilc Rail I-i } received per schr. JOHN R. BEERS.Columbui. .
Las flhtvtd 'Tath > tut) carry ill'I'mted! I Siati'.1- mail, April 1, 1S 1 1. apia 2ra

C1ihL .. been versSel, by James Moitgomerv E hilni for we do al-o nsl it that vows taken under he j-liall fine them $." ) rvry tune th. y carry th & GARDNER10 ,
Mirn.t," ;i: i-nti of J'omcroy To'.s I L 'tifr Evpu* ( (' Water st. "TTARRtSON" APPLE CIDER.A superior
a little maiden the influence will ha held :
.. Aii i't with} her ad, '. oft1.ii3..b4I1X pa'e *r over 1.111 roaj On the oilier Irinil. \1 I r. \Velh f -- -- XJL article of Geo. S. Badger's, manufacture,
i,UT ?,, weem xpiin Ufl4 ; itij,, cfcrcd |o ittt'. memory,, ?nd bo tc Jj4iiiiersof 0 firm of I'otn-roy f'o..not i'I I t- outdoorsignifiid -. hii ( date I shall apply. in barrels for sale by I
Wlztri TLCi my head, ahd 0 to thia aypntsoffhc U.'id ]1nadUij-i-ini&{ 10 County Court ot
d. MM i lri mv coffiiMlrcsa I lie" abiding Constant happiness. hi is l 0 N9URSE & STONE,
0 nttnton to oomnionoe n piOi '? my ," the .m-ofhor, (i1ed- J J.i so';I Er1 ;i tirt that rel'n.-s tU carry .liIni lI of jel 46 Wafer street. 0
4, : we!! a crp adorns 'ro-e for'fear Ine S-imp-on Pope,
15 ChIbJ151Ytfl for himsugeiit.
wpe'p ;tflf eoiupdui"s are thuI'cd' [ like
fl .
..:1rnflia1 innocent A fresh lot of heavy "
rrplicd.Vl'r o Kentucky .txeu .
,' fl bi4tv ,
% I i'h4 \vbmanH? eep1orgrt.'c M-1ium ; to weep jtckai eca two bundies oj h-ty, with tln
rr''t.a.J.' -. hi"vI wttl fof !compaw- i,"'dtt'ii'; ; !1'rt-Jcf werp fiVr.un i iiirctiji is duties as .ortimou cjrtiors oii'ou'j 5id% tiJ 1 LtI'IT pr'PE.Adm'x.' .L1jnat rifceive" l and for sale by ,
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ES. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES, 1Itot'LUNITED STATESTYPE WARM SPRINGS. INSURANCE AGENCIES- .

& STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY, MERIWETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA.' ,
I I Frank;I in Superior four OTICE.-Six months after date, I will applyto Cor. Ann & Nassau treets, New York. PROPRIETORS of this watering THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONS}!1P
AT CHAMBERS. the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the THE undersigned respectfully MTHE: have been induced to open their FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY I
Robert J. Floyd, comp't., County Court of Franklin county, for letters of inform the Old Patrons of the for the accommodation of invalidsand Office, Ao. 57 Wall Street, J\* y

j 1 vs. dismission from the estate of Thos. I I. Thompson. TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN- others, much earlier this season than usual: Insure DweillngbousesVareholls and BUild.

Curtis and Griswold, et al, IN CHANCERY. H. B. STONE, Administrator. DRY, formerly known as JAMES in consequence of the many applications that have ings in general! Merchandise, Household
defendants. I Apalachicola, May 16, 18H. mylS flm CONNER'S" and more recently as been made for Board from different parts: of the Furniture, Ships building Ships in Port

_I TT appearing to the Court from a fidavit filed in -Six months after date I will apply )"CONNER & COOK'S," and the pub- country, by those laboring under various diseases, and their Cargoes of and evary description

1. this cause, that said Lewis Ci r'.is and George NOTICE Hon. Judge of the County Court for lic in general, that they arc prepared to execute such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. all of which personal Property,
Griswold, trustees: of the Apa.?chicola Land Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c., readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have AGAlNSTjlXWS J. Sl\IYTH OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.

Company, and said John M. Berrien and David estate of John Norton, late of said county, de and every other article necessary to form com- heretofore held out more inducments to persons R. w. MARTIN ROGERS, Pre ident, f
Selden, who are defendants in said cause, reside ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r. plete Printing Establishments, c/h/ as favorable seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to Secretary. ".

beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit : the Apalachicola April 17, 1844. a20 6m terms, and of as good a quality as airy other establishment those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we DTRECTOR
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New I I I in the United States. say come, and come early, if you wish to be J. SMYTH ROGERS, IIOB'T McCOSKRY'
York; and the said Berrien and Selden in the CE.-Six months after date, I shall apply The Type cast at this Establishment, is, bothin benefited. These Springs have proved a certaincure JAMES JAMES BRYAR, HENRY PARISH

state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be JLN to the Honorable Judge of the County Courtof style of face, and the material of which it is in all cases:: of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. JOHN WITHERS;

published once a week for the space of four months Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from made, particularly adapted for service in News- and in no instance have invalids failed to be benefited JOHN HAGG}J RTY, F. SUYDAM '1
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper the administration of the estate of John S. Ran- paper Printing. who have visited them, for the proof of G. C. VERPLANCK, PETER I. NEVIUS S' .

printed in this district, before the ensuing term dolph, late of said county, deceased. CCh All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order.N. which, we can refer to innumerable certificates, JOHN JOHNSTON RICHARD IRVIN-.IM *

a of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor. .B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above some from the most respectable gentlemen in the JOS. KERNOCHAN, C. v. s. HOOSfV bLT' :
//I t of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the Marianna Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m three times, previous to November next, will be State. JOHN 1. PALMER, E. 1>. HURLnUT '
complainants bill will be taken confesso: bill of four To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will this P. LORILLARD, GEO. P. POLLEN
pro OTICE.-All persons having claims against entitled to pay in type, on making a say JAMES McCALL, WM. COLGATE '
against them (a copy-testc.) N Thomas Williams, late of Jackson county, times the amount of the three insertions. much, that we intend to offer inducements enoughto LOWELL HOLBROOK. '

GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. deceased, are required to t present the same duly JAMES CONNER & SON. make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the The undersigned have been appointed

Apalachicola, May 30th, 1S44. fel 4m authenticated within the time prescribed by law New York June 1st, 1814. jc8 3m South. We intend to keep a better House thanwe of the above Company, and are empowered agent to'issue .
this notice will be ever have kept,(and it is iaid that we generally
Franklin or plead in bar of their recovery. policies of insurance against loss: or dam
Superior Court.AT All persons indebted to said estate are Thomas E. Gray, kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirelynew by fire, on as favorable terms as other good offices
CHAMBERS. requested to make immediate settlement. HAVING opened a Tailoring ; our houses have all been repaired, and the NOURSE & STONE
,
Robert May, comp't., 1 Establishment in the room lately
THOS. WHITE, Administrator. 45 whole place presents a new and beautiful appear Apalachicola,March 23,1841. 4611aterst.
r IN CHANCERY. Marianna, Jan. 19th, IS44. jan22 6m occupied by D. H. Pallais' Esq. ance. The temperature of the atmosphere is fine, -- --
Curtis and G wohl, et al., watch-maker, directly over Mr. the thermometer seldom rising above 86 degrees. THE TNA INSURANCE COMPANY of
defendants. J I ------ F. Kopman's store, where he is Our Baths are in as good order as they can be,and Conn.-Tb' undersigned agent for
IT appearing to the Court from affidavit filed I Tax Notice prepared to execute all orders ina for the benefit of those who have not paid us a the said Company, is prepared to issue ]policies of '

this cause, that said Lewis Curtis and IN conformity with an Ordinance, passed by workmanlike manner, and truststo visit,we will describe them : they are 6 in number, Insurance against Fire, and loss: or damage on
George Griswold, trustees of the ApalachicolaLand Mayor and Council of the City of Apalachicola give general satisfaction to each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressingroom rivers, on favorable terms. The capital of the

Company, and said John M. Berrien and March 22d, 1844, entitled "An Ordin- Lthose. who may favor him with attached to each, and are so arranged as to above company is large and invested in the safest
David Selden, who are defendants in said cause, ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City." fj' "- their patronage. raise the water to any depth required; our Spring possible manner, and its settlement of losses hat
reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this March 23, 1844. I affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of always been prompt and liberal.

the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of De- i water per minute; the temperature of the wateris DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
York; and the said Berrien and Selden, in the cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the Tailoring: precisely 90 degrees. The analysis as taken by Apalachicola, April, 18,14.
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public Q3- TERMS-Cash on Delivery. ctJ3 Dr. J. B. Cotting, State Geologist, is as follows: 1
published once a week for the space of four months outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the following Spring and Summer Fashions just received THE subscriber, agent for the })PROTECTION F'
in the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper I: described property, as will bring double THE subscriber respectfully "Height above the level of the sea, 793J feet- \ COMPANY, of Hartford,

printed in this district, before the ensuing term the :amount annexed, together with all costs and informs the Citizens of Apalachicola quantity specific one wine O,99sJistilled pint::: or 28,875 water cubic being inches-1,000. Conn., with full power to receive proposals: and

of said Court, requiring said defendants,and each charges of sale. and its vicinity, that havingfor GASES-Carbonic gravity acid gas.2 cubic inches. to issue policies on as favorable terms as other

of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the -Blocks. Lots. To whom assessed. $ cts. the Summer located himself at Sulphurate of Hydrogen,. .... .... ...a trace. good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
) complainants bill will be take pro confesso: the Office of R. J. Moses,Esq.,on SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lrme.1 grain. damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and Inland .

against them. (a cop-teste) 36 I A. T. Bennett,.. . 2200 It \ I1 I Chestnut street, is prepared, and Carbonate of Iron,..:. ... .... ...3 5 grains. risks. The reputation of this company for
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. D' 4C2 will be pleased-on reasonable Carbonate of Magnesia,.... .... .10 09 grains. settling losses with promptitude and liberality is

Apalachicola, May 30th ISM. jel 4m 26 15 C. E. Bartlett,.. . II 875 terms-to execute all orders in his The tem rerature" of the Water, winter and sum well known. DAN'L J. DAY
J 2 S 3 line of business,in the latest styles mer, 90 degrees. Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.
Fruikliu= Superior Court.AT 11:2 3 L.Birdsal? . . 2 50 .. : and warranted to suit. _
-- -r--- A finished
Road has been
CHAM ER 112 4 J. C. Birdsal,... . 250 i. attended to. Splendid expressly Wm. Sydney Green, M. D.
N.B.-Boys Garments particularly for riding three miles in length it leads to the .
FI 9 & Calhoun & Bass ;
Thomas Mitchel, comp't. 12 ,. ,1000 JAS. C. COLEMAN. GREEN takes this opportunity of e.xpres-
vs. Al 1 John )Evans,.. . . 2 50D2 tf summit of a Mountain, where you behold one of DR. his gratitude to his patrons; and te assure ,
ApalachicolA, June 1st, 1814. jet the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
t &. 9 them that it shall be his constant endeavor to render '
Calhounand
Dodge,McDougald, Hi C. Edmondson,. . 29fOO I road has also been made to the well known himse more useful in his profession.
of the 5&.165 L. A. LcGay,
Bass trustees
Franklin\ ,Land and Apalachicola Imp'd E-: 11 John Gilmore,. . . 2 50 I (AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,) COLD SPRING*<. only $! Sr a mile from_theHotel "i Office on Centre near Water street. dcc25
F. R.Griffin . ; this spring si said oy all who have seen It,
Lot Company 43 8 ,. II. 100 COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
; '1'CERY. be the finest cold water in the world. L. W. Spr.nttf
IN cn\ to
Estate of John 2
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Lewis Curtis and George 9 Gillispie, TAKES this method of inform-
ATTORNEY: & COUNSELLOR AT LAV.WILL .
Gris\v The Ball Room is and the servicesof
Apalachicola Land Co.; Imp'd A2 7 John Kerns,.. . . 350 returned from New York, with a opened nightly have committed legal business to his
of the best Musicians in this section of the
Myers, assignee in Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy, ., .. . 2 50 new and splendid assortment: ofJEWELRY one care while a resident of wine, will please address
bankruptcy of George W. S 2 J. C. Love,.. . . 3 00 country., is engaged to take charge of it. him at this place. He will continue a regular q
Ross, defendants. 17 3 William Low,.. . 3 00 Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a We intend to devote our time exclusively this attendance upon the courts of Jackson and
appearing to the Judge by affidavit: filed in B2 11 Charles McKinney,.. 5 00 new pattern of beautiful Breastpins-among them season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hopeto Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at

IT cause that said Daniel McDougald, James Imp'd E'2 10 Martin,.. . . 425 some DIAMONDS of the first waters-Gold and be able, between us, to please all, and see that Tallahassee.
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass Lewis Curtis Imp'd A2fitchelllfarzcll: ,. . 3 25 Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Office over W. A. Wood's,No.23 Water street. "'

and George Griswold ; and -; Myers, reside 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 Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844. ,

beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the Fl 11 Joseph Mitchell,.. . 4 50 drains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Maatle give his whole attention.Our James F. Farrier,
mid McDuugald] Calhoun and Myers, in the state E2 9 McKenzie,. . . 500 I.. Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell charges will be the same as heretofore, PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the 111 i &, 17 K. Maitland & sons,. 7 00. low for cash. $30 r per month for Board and Lodging. Baths, Apalachicola, Fla. "
free. A fine stock of is
tate of New York; and the said Bass in the stated Hi 9&12 Peter and Jos Mitchel. 6 00 FULL JEWELED GOLD WATCHES AS CHEAP AS goods kept here, and May always be found at the office of Farrior &.
< Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be published 15 S A. J. Norris,. . . 300 SEVENTY DOLLARS. sold at fair prices. These Springs are 35 miles Co. No. 44 Water st. He would respectfully so
once a week for the space of four months 30 7 Ogden & Ferguson, . 1 25 All kinds Watches and Clocks repaired, and north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green- licit the patronage of his friends! and ac,. aintanc *

before the ensuing term of this Court, in the Imp'd C2 00 Dan'l. Ryan, . . 32 5lnp'd warranted to perform well.N. ville. Visitors will fine difficulty in reaching dec25
Commercial Advertiser, printed in A 00 John Rasjan,. . . 2 25 B. Persons residing in Apalachicola, or here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
a
this District said newspaper defendants to Imp'd A2 2 Frank White,. . . 300 along the river, wishing their Watches or other Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augusta. Macon Ligon & Owens,
requiring
and answer, otherwise the complainants bill appear:shall 7 ,I Thos. Wingatc, . 2 75 Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to send and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
F2 15 llcnry Williams,. . 000'' them by trustworthy hands, during the boating ITaolce runlaily; frnm both pla v> hpro. on there Ahhpvillp and Trov. Ala.
be taken pro confesso: against them. season, can have them repaired by Mr. LeGay, will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage WILL practice in the County and Circuit
HOBERT
(copy teste) PETER and returned with nearly the same despatch as also leaves Columbus] three times a week by the of the counties ofMontgorneryPike,

GF.O. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. City Tax Collector. though his establishment were in Apalachicola. way of Hamilton, for the Springs.The Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing: the

Apalarhicola, May 31st, 1S-M. jcl 4mApalacSiicoIa Apalachicola, June 7th, 1S44. jel56m Columbus, Ga., Oct. 15, IS-13. 40 tf Proprietors will be ready to receive Com- eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alab'aoa.WOODSON. ;

District of Florida.In Commission Business.New pany on the first May. L. LIGON,
$250 Reward IWHEREAS SEYMOUR R. BONNER. i
Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.
Cow't-Pra1l.ldill
Superior County. York, March 12th, 1844. !' on the night of the 18th instant, WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.The HASTINGS E. OWENS,

Alphonsc Loubat, }S IN CHANCERY. QCWITH a knowledge of business derived house: of George S. Hawkins, Warm Springs are so well known that we Troy, Pike co., Ala. :,

David 1).vs.Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage. from an experience of more than twenty years in Esq., was destroyed by fire, and i is supposed to be do think it necessary to trouble the public with along -Refers to-
affidavit that the Commercial and other business pursuits, and good the act of some incendiary. Now therefore, by array of certificates, setting forth their claimsto Col. A McAllister )
ins, to the Court by ,
1"1'Lppeal facilities, the undersigned tender their services, virtue of the in vested of the of the invalid Henry co,Ala.
\. D. Churchill, the above defendant, powers me as Mayor patronage as well as the Gen. A J McAllister, 5
resides beyond the jurisdiction of thl *Court, and as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur- the City of Apalachicola, I hereby offer a rewardof man of health and pleasure. We will therefore Maj. Jefferson Buford, Eufaula, Ala.
chase and"sale; off(all kinds of Produce, and For- TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARSfor only invite the attention of the reader to the following -
nut of the Territory of Florida, but within the Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala,
United States: It is ordered, that publication be eign and Domestic Goods. the apprehension and conviction of the person letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell, of Columbus Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga. __
made in some newspaper published in the city of Their business will be conducted upon estab- or persons committing the act ; and it is further : :Messrs. Chester & McGriff Apal'a. Fa.

Apalachicola, once a week for four months, requiring lished principles, and with a view to prompt returns enjoined and required of all Officers and good COLUMBUS March 23d, 1844. January 25th, 1814. jan29 tf
} him to appear and answer the said bill of for all sales cflected, and answers to all citizens,to use diligence in detecting the offenders. Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodatingand .
complaint on or before the expiration of that orders wit:) which they may be favored. Given under my hand, in the City of Apalachicola courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of Kates oC'Vhn.'agc"THE
Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of this 20th day of June, A.D. 1814. Merriwether following are the Rates of "Wharfarg"w
timp, or the said bill will be taken as confessed county-It is due the public who
Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored en je22 It DAVID G. RANEY Cotton, Merchandise, &c. landed or:shipped
l against him, and such further order given in the Mayor. may wish to leave their own homes and firesides
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special from the Wharf at this Port :
the
premises as to the Court seem justice. : during sickly season, to seek a place where
may agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of All Oriiinaiice On Cotton, per bale, landed . 6J} cents.
(Copy Teste.) GEO. JJALTZELL, they can enjoy health, and all the comforts of
responsibility of drawers. Providing for the arrest of offenders, fee. On" shipped . .6$ _
,f. & L. BRANCH, Clerk. cultivated and refined society, to point them to
_) FOWLE, DE COIN & CO., Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and the Warm On Goods per barrel, lantfed, (estimating i- "
Solicitors for Compl'ts.Apa1achicoIa Council of the City of Apalachicola, That in all Springs In its Topographical situa-
Pearl
mar30 Gm 78 street. five cubic feet or 200 Ibs.
Feb. 25, 1541. mll-4m cases, upon complaint being made of the violationof tion, it is unquestionably inferior to Watering "
/ .PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THOS. M. any ordinance of said city to the Mayor, he place in the UrriteTl State The Medicinal virtues nett, equal to a barrel.3 K
Fraukliii Superior Court. \J DOYLE, of the late firm of "DOYLE & shall have full power and authority to issue his ofits Waters from the Chemfca analysis sub On Goods, per barrel, shipped..3

Spring Term, 1S44. BUTMAN," Triangle Buildings, New Orleans, warrant directed to the Marshal of said city, com- mitted to the public by the States Geologist, has Salt, per sack, landed..3 u
A. G. Semmes } manding him to arrest the shipped . .3 "
or
person persons com- aud will exert
ever influence
has this associated with him in business Mr. a happy over Rheu-
vs. V Damages $;Attatchment. day plained against, and detain him, her or them until matism Bronchitis Wood, per cord. . . .?; "
HENRY BIDWELL and will continue tho ; ; Laryngitis Hipertitis Diar-
j
otherwise ordered by the Mayor.. ; u Lumber, M feet .. 50 u
t JElias Simpson, } Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commission Business Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That in all cases rher; DysentaryDispepsy, and all diseases of the per
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defendant/ and all persons interested are skin and Kidneys.In Bricks, per l\1. . . . .50
the under the and firm when
TIlE at old stand, name judgment be rendered in the Mayor'sCourt
of the above suit may M .. . "
of the institution for this note to sir Shingles, per 12J
of "DOYLE & BID WELL. against any person a violation of any of addressing you I have only
and are required to appear and plead as required THOS. M. DOYLE, the ordinances of said city, the Judge of said complied with the earnest solicitations of some rt Sacks of meal, corn, oats, or .,-
li by law. A. G. SEMMES. HENRY BIDWELL.New Court may remit such portion of said judgment as kind friends who have been either radically curedor other merchandise;containingnot -

'Apalachicola, Jan. IS, 1544. ap1203m Orleans, July] 1st, 1841. jyG 1m in his opinion may be proper, when its appearing greatly benefited by the curatives of the Watersof more than three bushels. .2 .
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that such offence was committed under mittigating the Warm Springs.I All lumber, salt or merchandise, shipped ca
Franklin Superior Court.
OTICE.-ncc co-partnership heretofore existing circunstances. am, dear sir with sentiments of board vessels or steam-boats, frcm other vessels, i.
Spring Term, IS t t. N Passed by Council 30th May: 1844. high consi- steamboats rafts the wharf will 1 be
at ,
or lying
in this between the subscribers
deration
place ,
Hyllyer Bush &, Co. ) :: DAVID G. KANEY, Mayor. your obedient servant,
vs. Foreclosure Mortgage.. under the firm of MOORE &, McKFNZIE, is this J. J. BOSWELL.To charged one wharfage only.
Wm. II. Shepherd. day dissolved by mutual consent. All Ordinance Col. S. R. Bonner. I Wharfage on cotton, or other merchandise landded ,'

defendant and_ all persons interested are JOHN M. MOuRE, To raise a Fund for the City Hospital. I Warm Springs, Merriwether Co. Ga., April 24. to be paid by the consignee; and when ShIp.

_ THE notified of the institution of the above WILLIAM A. McKENZIE. Section 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and ped by the party taking the bill of Lading.

suit, and that I will apply to the Jude: of the Apalachicola, May IS, 1844. Council of the City of.t1p ala cJlicola, That from S UNDRIES.-10 bbls Cider Vinegar; All goods and merchandise not enumerated

Superior Court of Frankin County, at the Spring ELLISON & CO. offer for sale an extenr and/after the first day of September next, the : 2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia; above will be charged atcorresponding rates.at the

term of said Court, 1844, for a foreclosure of said B 4 live assortment of Merchandize, suitable fo- following taxes shall be levied upon all passengers : 6 chests Teas, green, black, &c. Vessels lighters and steamboats, lying! cargo, :'
mortgage. A. G. SEMMES: Pill's Att'y. the Spring trade, consisting of arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each and : 10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs and Cloves Wharf, and not receiving or discharging berth toe :
for the of the
Apalachicola Nov. 24. IS 14. apl2U 3m Groceries Dry Goods Boots and Shoes every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fifty. 10 boxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices; will be required to pay use and to
; ; ; and day,
cents ,
5 baskets Salad Oil 5 Bar Lead sum of two dollars fifty per
cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving ; kegs ;
Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats Goods
Franklin Superior Court. Crockery and Glassware Hardware; Fancy ; by sea from any foreign country, the sum of two 30 bags Shot, assorted ; 1 case Sardines; give way to vesselor boats landing or discharging of tw "
Wm. Lawrence, ; ; dollars. 5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves; The following Article of the Regulations

Lawrence: 1 UU of Divorce- Wood ware, Brushes, &c., &c. mar30 Sec. 2. Be further,. ordained, That the own- 5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale by Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce, will be ;

Elizabeth formerly N CONSIGNMENT hhds CROCKERYWare er or master of each and every vessel arriving at DODGE & GARDNER strictly adhered to:- three
allowed
Elizabeth Burns. J O assorted, for country trade; this port, after the first of September next, shall _apl6 40 Water street. Consignees of cotton shall be wharf, and
T lIE defendant in this case will take notice, Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left. render without delay, under oath, to the Trea- days for their cotton to remain on the &"*

that on the first day of October next, I will wich, Va., some superior cross: brand; surer of said city, a true and full amount of all Roberts, Allen & Co., purchasers two days, without incurring
proceed to take the depositions of Timothy Smith Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery; ., passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owneror HAVE on hand and for sale: wharfage. If after notification by the wharfingj
'- in the above case at the Clerk's Office in the Cityof Hollow and Tin Ware ; master of such vessel, shall pay to the Trea and bar Iron; Blacksmith's Tools; they allot it to remain a longer time, they balefrevery

Apalachicola, at which time and place the Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c. surer of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and German, English Blister and Cast steel ; incur an extra wharfage of 6 J cents per tnerr*,.
the said defendant maattend.. Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 galls twenty-four hours that it remains
ALSO every passenger, for which tax the vessel shall ; t tl1
allowed
R. J. MOSES for Pl'iT.: Hollow Ware, wholesale and retail ter. Wood and lumber shall not be ;.;
Att'y also ; ;
Com be held liable and
Sugar, and Canal Flour; ; any owner or master of and without w.
Cut
June 25, 194-t. je29 3m Wrought Spikes{ ; Nails; remain more than twenty-four hours ,
Apalachicola, such
Old Sherry Wine, in cases ; vessel, refusing or neglecting to comply with Brass Andirons ; Fire Irons for twenty.four hod ,
extra
In Jackson Superior All of which will be sold very low for cash. the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable to Platform Scales Beams and Ballances; curring an" wharfage
Court
To the Spring Term, 1814. DAVID G. RANEY, said city in the penalty of fifty'dollars. Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesale & retail. thereafter.All bills will be monthly for collet ':
James Boon ) jan29 43 Water street. Sec 3. Be it further ordained That t the fund Also, a general assortment of Hardware. presented NOURSE & STONE :
DIVORCE. arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be reserved They are also prepared to attend to any orders tion. f '
vs. LIBEL FOR PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &'c. and used only for the benefit of the City Hospital, for Iron or Brass Castings, Blacksmithing, Tin, Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. __ ..
Piety Boon. ) ke White Lead; under such regulations as the Mayor and Council Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and Copper ship
-Received per
in said will take notice CHAIRS !
case, Roofing on reasonable terms.
TJildcfendant proceed to take the testimonyof 5 bbls Linseed! Oil; 5 do Lamp; may prescribe. janl ly CHAIRS
75 boxs Glass assorted sizes; Passed Council 20th June -
by 1844.
Dr. Nathan J. Pittrnan, William Gay, William lbs Paint Brushes. Drugs and Medicines. 10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs,
100 Verdegris
; DAVID G. RANEY
Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c.,; &c. Mayor. TIlE subscriber has taken the Store in Baltz- 3 "curled"\ f
sixth day of May next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at Just received, and for sale by SWEDES IRON.-Assorted sizes, just received Buildings, formerly occupied by Mr. B. 2 U Boston Rocking Chairs" ,

the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount, B. S. HAWLEY, sale by B ELLISON &, CO., T. Caro, and as early as 15th of May will open a 1 Mahogany Tab Ier.

\ North Carolina, by interrogatories now filed with jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce steets. ap27 33 Water street. stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c., &c., for Also-Sofas, Sideboards( Beaweaw.141 attt '
the Clerk of said Court. summer use, and in the fall will have a large and Bedsteads Washstands, Curled Hairmarch sold lo\\for
YONGE TAYLOR XES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes & BAGGING.-Northern all of which will be
& ROPE Bale Rope complete assortment for country merchants.plan; Feathers &.C.. HOB.1R) T
Solicitors for Complainant. just! received and f for sale by India Bagging, for sale by ters and physicians. Cash, by PETER

Marianna, April 2d 1, IS 11. aj 9 1m apl3 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st. ap20 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st. tLp'D./ S. HA W'LEY. i

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