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VOLUME IJ]


APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, AUGUST 1844..


[NUMBER 35.


COMMERCIAL ATER-TISER,
PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY
BY
A'. DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN.

Office third story Baltzell's Buil'dihngs, corner-of
Commerce,& Chestnut streets;
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AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertisements'of ten lines or less (twenty lines
or more in proportion,) conspicuously inserted
at the following rates:
One year,...... $10 00 One month ..... $2 50
Six months,........7 00 Three weeks,......2 00
Three months,.... .500 Two weeks,..... 1 50
Two months,..... 4 00 One i jLo,... 00
When advertisements are seat without any spe-
cial directions as to.-,tnenumber of insertions
required, it w'.vi le underto.-,d that tlev are to
be published' t-NXTIL F'RBID; t eyI will the-re.-
fore be cositiatied at our discretion, and cl-, ge,.
according to the foregoing rates.
Legal Advertisements 6of which the'term of pub-
licatioin is axed by law,, will only be excepted
from the above rule.
To 'nose who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
courit will be nade ;but all advertisements not
strictly pertaining to their own business, as
well as all legal ,d'.'ertiselntimnt sent in by them,
will be charged at the usu i rates_, .
All anom-icemeats of candidates for offide, will
be charged FIVE .DOLLARs during the canvass,
payable in all cases in adv..mne.
All Communications, (whe' adimnsible.) of a
personal or individual nature, or puffs of new
inventions, goods, &c., will be char..--d for as
advertisements, at our discretion.
'3- The following gentlemen are .,ur authori-
zed agents; and they are-e:rp-''.vere'd to receipt
-for tile payment of ay s'lbri ti~tun, advertise-
inaits or other 'ri'itinr, to be forwarded to us:_
B. G. ALDtRMAN-, Mariainna, Fla.
J. S. S: -Sm.z, St. Augustine; Fla.
JAS. PENN, St. Joseph, Fla.
N. BAKER, Brown's Ferry, Fla.
A. S. GREENWOOD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga.


C T CARDS..-

N. YORK, N.ORLEANS, COLUMBUS, &c.&c.
ADVE R TIS EMENT S..


A'eo. 136 Water 8 SO Pine street.
NEW YORiK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor
Jas. L. Praiicis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
.;Vo. 22Q Bowery, near Rivin lon st.
SNEW YORK. novell ly
Andarew S. Cooie,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
Ncw Orleans, La.
Refers to--Messrs Harper & Holmes,
jan15 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla.


811EPABtD T. LIPPINCOTT, WM. E. WYATT.
Lippincott & Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS, ap20 ly

J. W. Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. nov1 ly
Thomas Bertram,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS. novi ly


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

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;
Lall6w 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.
9ILS & BRUSHES-Linseed O1l; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,900,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8; Baiger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes ,
'Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 14 and.dj in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes; \
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Paten\do;
Whitewash and Mop do; \
Dusting, Fancy and Shaving brushes;
Clothes and Hair do; Grate'and Horse dd;
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.
93r- 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

P ILOT AND NAVY BREAD.-50 bbls Pilot
50 do Navy, for sale by
febA W .A WOOD, 23 Wter -t.


CARDS.


W- i, G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
M E RC I A NTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
nw?5 'y .p Jalachicola, Fla.
I cKay & 31Harntlsorn'e,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
novel '* Adachicola, Florida.
JEREMIAH DAY.. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Dta.y & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHIANTS)
No. 52 Water street,
jan8 ly Apalachicola, Fla.


- W .A-.._&.P. C. Raiiu,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Y' -No. 4 Columbus Block,
SApalachicola,
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
Liverpool) New York and Boston, and also ir
store. nov1. ly


D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHA-IANTS.
No. 29 Water street.
jani Apalachicola, Fla.


Harper & Holmes,
-COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,
jan29 'Apalachicola, Fla.
David G,. Raney,
COMMISSION ,& FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IlN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
.jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.


B. Ellisoni & Co.,
DEALERS IN, MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MEt" CHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.


E. RI. FLEWELLEN. M. M. .BUTT.
FIewveIlel <& SButt,
FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus B31c66k
S Apalachicola, Fla.
Otr Liberal advances made on Cotton -hipped
to New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 (imn
Kimibroug~i ,& .idgway,'
GOMMISION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Apalachicola, Florida.
WM. H. kIMIBIOUTGH.
JOHN I..RIDGWAY.
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to.
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. decl ly
T. H. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.... No-SoU-Wat-r sltro .
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
New York. novel ly


Thos. L. Mitchiel,
COM MISS 10 N ,& FORWARDING
MERCHANT.
No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola.
dec7 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.


W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
Apalachicola.. novel ly
l1Moore & lceKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 32 Water street,


Apal


.achicold.


JOHN-M. MOORE.
WM. A. McKENZIE,


novel ly


-Parrior & Co.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Water-street,
nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
S. B. Hamilton,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
decl ly d.palachicola, Fla.


DEALERS


N. Miller & Co*
IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.


Corner Water and Chesnut streets,
Apalachicola. novel' ly
H. I. Wood,
NOT R YV PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.


P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE,
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street,
decl4 ly Apalachicola.
Michalel A. MTyers,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Sar6 Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAY.
H. It. Wood,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER.
Seward Dill & Co.
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
v No. 29 Water street.
8- Liberal advances made on all consignments,
\ and business entrusted to them will be
\ promptly attended to
Refdes to-LANE & REA.D Boston.
\" CARY CooK, Portland, Me.
S. C. WHITTITR, Hallowell.
A-pa.l'chicola, A'g. 20'. _


To the American Banr.
T HEundersigned contemplates putting to Press
the ensuing Spring, the tirst v.-.lunme of
" SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE
AMERICAN BAR."
My brethren throughout the United States are
requested to aid rle with contributions frrl.n their
respective States, locating particularly the
" Scene" or "Anecdote" in the proper County or
District. As the contributions will,be.fery num-
erous and many of them from the far North and
West, I must request my friends to pay the post.
age on them. I shall be aided in thi ,;musirir nzarid
interesting work by some of the oldest-and most
distinguished Members of the Sourhern Bar.
r All communications must be diecte1 to
me at "Pensacola, Florida"'
.RICH A.R' ROE.
Pensacola, July ist, 1844
Q jit Editors favorable to-the undertaki in will
please copy.
PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c.
Superior Cologne Water; .
Lavender do,
Orange do.
Bay do.
Essential Oils;
Hair Dye;
Balm of Columbia;
Tooth Brushes, assorted;
Hair do do
Clothes Brushes;
Playing Cards, French and American.
Also, a variety of Fancy articles, Soaps, &c.,
just opened and for sale by
THOS.-P. JONES & CO.,
Hair Dressing Saloon,
_jy20 tf Centre street.
CORDAGE & OAKUM.-
'..L 75 coils of Manilla Cordage, assorted;
25 bales Oakum, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water street.
IME.-80 bbls of Lime, for sale low by
KIMBROIUGH & RIDGWAY,
per his agent WM. H. HUGHES,
jy6 52 Water street.
(C HEWING TOBACCO-45 doz Mrs. Miller's
1.J Chewing Tobacco, just received and for sale
by DODGE & GARDNER,
jel5 40 Water street.
W 7-INDOW SHADES---A fresh assortment of
W V the latest patterns, just received, and for
sale by B. ELLISON & Co..
apl6 33 Water st.
AR LEAD-500 lbs Bar Lead.
For sale by
CHESTER, FARRIOR & McGRIFF,
jel 44 Water street.
'M ATTING FOR SUMMER CARPETS.-A
IV._ prime assortment just received.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
.-. .. '" '*
D RUGS, MEDICINES, &c.-The subscriber
has just opened a iresh supply of Drugs,
Medicines; &c. All orders from the country
promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.
ON CONSIGNMENT.-20 bbls choice Salt
Beef, in prime order, put up expressly for
family use. For sale by
CHESTER, FARRIOR & McGRIFF,
jel 44 Water street.
ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The Co-Partnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of "DOYLE & BUTMAN,"
Ship Chandlers and Grocers, Nos. 2 & 4 Delorp
street, Triangle Buildings, is this day dissolve
by mutual consent. All claims due by said firm
are requested to be presented, and those indebted
to make payment to THOS. M. DOYLE, who
will continue the above business on his own ac-
count, the name of the firm to be used in liquida-
tion only. (Signed) THOS. M. DOYLE,
BENJ. BUTMAN.
New Orleans, June 15, 1844. jy6 1m
N OTICE.-The undersigned have this day
formed a partnership under the name and
style of "GOLDSTEIN & CO." for the transac-
tion of a general Wholesale Grocery and Com-
mission Business. D. GOLDSTEIN,
JOHN R. BEERS.
Columbus, April 1, 1844. apl3 2m
"1J-ARRISON" APPLE CIDER.-A superior
IL article of Geoe S. Badger's manufacture,
in barrels for sale by
NOURSE & STONE,
jel 46 Water street.
DAINTS, OILS, &c.-75 kegs White Lead;
10 kegs Black Paint; 10 do Green;
.1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl Linseed Oil;
2 do Spirits Turpentine;
250 galls Sperm Oil;
200 Paint Brushes, assorted, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,


apl6


40 Water st


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


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


F RESH BUTTER.-17 kegs Goshen Butter,
a prime article, just received from New York
per brig Morea. For sale by
NURSE & STONE,
jy6 46 Water street.


T RANSPARENT WINDOW BLINDS.-
A beautiful article-assorted patterns.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.,
ap90 3.3 Water strict.


BEV A1LTBiORBTV.

RESOLUTIONS.
ADOPTED BY THE LEGIsLATIVE COUNCIL, AT ITS
LAST SE:*SION--1I4-1.

Prea-mible aid Resolutionr.
WHERE.A1. Tlie ciuntr) borderi'ig orn the At-
lantic, between St. Augustine and Cape Florida,
is becoming daily settled: and whereas, much in-
convenience is; encountered by those settlers, in
.the want of .a, a:d to convey supplies, stoolcand
utensils for the cultivation of the soil: and where-
as, most of the bridges, on the Old King's Road,
between St. Augustine and New Smyrna, are en-
tirely decayed and unsafe.
Be it there-'re resi.lved by the Governor and
Legislativ- Council of the Territory of Florida,
That the Delegate it, Congress fnm lthe :Territory
be, and he is li-rJ-,y reu-i ted to urge upon that
body, the propriety :.t a propri ating a sufficient
sum Il.'r reoi ming the bridges oup the road leading
from St, .Augutlinte t: New Symrna; and also for
cutting a road from New .Smyrna to Fort Pierce
on Indian river., via. Enterprize.
Be it further resolved, That a copy of the fore-
going Preamble and Resolution be duly authienti-
cated, and forwarded. to the Honorable David
Levy, without delay.
[Approved 15th March, 1844.

Preamble and Res-:,lutions..
WHEREAS) The navigatoin of Chrystal river is
a 'consideration of'great importance, from the large
bodies af fertile lands bordering on said river, and
the adjacent country, the shipment of produce
from that section of country must naturally pass
through said channel, as it will be perceived that
it is one of-the main outlets: of Benton county;
Therefore. .
Be it Resolved by the Governor and Legislativr
Council of the Territpry of Florida, That the
Honorable David Levy, our Delegate in Congress-,
be requested to use his best exertions, to procure
an appropriation of five thousand dollars, for the
removal of obstructions from the channel of said
river.
Be it further Resolved, That a copy of the
foregoing Preamble and Resolution, be certified by
the proper officers, and forwarded to our Delegate
in Congress. .
[Approved 15th March, 1844.

Preamble and Resolutions.
WHEREAS, the port of Tampa engrosses the
chief part of the tarde, on the Western side of the
'Peninsula of Florida, and from its favorable posi-
tion and advantages, in a -commercial point of
view, will soon become 'an important port: And
whereas, vessels suffer great inconvenience from
the want of a light house at the entrance of said
bay: Therefore,
Be it resolved by the-Governor and Legislative
Council of the Territory of Florida, That our
Delegate in Congress be,and he is hereby earnest-
ly requested, to urge upon Congress the absolute'
necessity an proprmy, or navr.rs'r-i-mt1r-'trr.,rr--
erected upon Egmon Key, or some other suitable
place.
Be it further Resolved, That as soon as the fore-,
going preamble and resolution shall have been
adopted, a certified copy of the same be forthwith
transmitted to the Honorable David Levy, by him
to be laid before Congress, as soon as practicable.
Approved 15th March, 1844.

Preamble and Resolutions..
WHEREAS, the county of Calhoun is without a
Court-house, and the increasing business of the'
county, the interest of the people, and the admin-
istration of justice, require that suitable buildings
should be erected for judicial and county purposes:
And whereas, the present resources of the county,
are inadequate to the building of such houses,
without onerous taxation: Therefrre, .
Be it Resolved by the Governor and I.egil-asive--
Council of the Territory of Florida, That, the-
Honorable Da.: il Levy, be, and he is hereby re-
quested, to obtain from Co:ngress, for such pur-
pose, a grantto said county, of one quarter section
of land, to be located by three Commissioners, to
be elected by the people of said county; and that
this preamble and resolution be' certified by-the
proper officers, and forwarded immediately to the,
Honorable David Levy.
[Approved 15th March, 1844.

Resolution.
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Re-
presentatives, That our Delegate in Congress, be
requested to exert, as soon as may be, his best en
deavors and influence, to obtain from Congress a
'law, establishing an additional Judicial District,
in East Florida, to be composed of the counties of
Columbia, Alachua, Marion, Benton, and Hills-
borough, leaving the present Eastern District, so
called, to remain constituted 'of the counties of
St. John's, Duval, Mosquito, St. ,Lucia, andNas-
sau.
[Approved 15th March, 18414..
Preamble and Resolutions
WHEREAS, his Excellency the Governor, in the
year 1839, was authorized by an act of the Legis-
lative Council to raise a force consisting of several
companies of Militia, for the portection of the
frontier, which companies were mustered into the
service of the Territory, for a period of six moths:
and whereas, the Government of the United Stares,
assumed the payment of those troops, subseq ent
to their being mustered into the Territorial ser-
vice, and before the expiration of the p iod for
whi they were mustered, were reserved and
mustered into tho service of the UnitAd States for


payment and turned over to the 96mmand of a
United States officers whereas, tWenty-two men,
commanded by Captain Thomas JEangford, and ten
men commanded by Captain William Newbern,
and four men commanded by Captain Redden,
were rejected by the mustering officers of the
-United States: and wherds, said men did perform
service in defence of the frontier, for a period of
three months, and in consequence of their being,
rejected by said mustering officer of the United
States, have not received any pay for said services:
and whereas, said services were necessary,, and
said men were received by the mustering officer
of the Territorial Government, and mustered into
its service, as part of said force, raised for the
protection of the frontier: Therefore.
Be it Resolved by the Governor and Legislative
Council of the Territory of Florida, That our
Delegate in Congress 'be requested to lay this mat-
ter before Congress, and use his best exertions to


obtain an appropiiation, to pay the cliais cf4'id '
m en. '
Be it further Resolved, That as soon as this
preamble and Resolutions are adopted by the Leg-
i.,lature, the Fproper. officers be instructed to certii-
Iv to, and forward the same to our Honbrable
Delegate in Congress.
[Approved 15th March, 1544

THE EXEMPLARY WIFE.


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"Well, even so, they haven't made a bad use
of it." .. ,
"God knows they haven't," he replied, "1thA,
Scotch airs, many of them, is the very breath o d'
the heart itself"
Even then I was much strk .jkith the force
of this expression; but I was-to young to pei .:
ceive either its truth or beauty.--- Chamber's
Journal,


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O blst is lie whose arms enfold
A consort virtuous as fair!
Her price is far above the gold
That worldly spirit- love to share.
On her, as on a beauteous isle,
Amid life's dark and stormy sea,
In all hi trouble, all his toil,
He estis with deep security.
Even in the night-watch, dark and lip
The di.tatf tills her busy hand ;
Her husband in the gates is known
Among the elders of the land;
Il' er household all delight to share
The food and raiment she bestows-
Even she with a parental care
Regards their weakness and heir woes.
iHer pityving hand supplies the poor.
The widowed one, the orphan child,
Like birds assembled round her door,
When sweeps the winter tempest wild.
Her lip. with love and wisdom fraught,
Diop. like the honeycomb, their sweets';
The young are by her dictates taught,
Thle mourner ier condolence meets.
iet lovely babes around her rise-
Fair sci 'ti. ot a lhuly stem!
And deeply shall her bosom prize
The hlessings'she receives from them,
Beauty iv 1ain as suniner bloom
To which a transient fate is given;
But 'hers awaita latiiig doom
In the eternal bowers of heaven.
BOOKS AND NEWSPAPERS.
Sir John Herschell thus discourseth on the
value, on tihe part of laboring men, of cultivating
a taste for books and newspapers.
Of all the aumusemnent that can be imagined
for a hard-working mann -after his daily toil, or ...
at iutervals, there is nothing like reading an in-
teiesting newspaper or bqok. It calls for no bod-
ily exertion) of which he 'has already had enough,
or perhaps too much. It relieves his home of
dullness and sameness. It transports him into
livelier and gayer and more diversified and inter-
esting scenes, and while he enjoys himsel.f.there,
he may forget the evils of the present moment
fully as much as if lie were ever so drunk, with
the advantages of finding lhimseW the next day X
with the mn.,,ie', in his pocket, or at least laid out
irin ecessariers, and without the drunkard's mise-
ries of mind and body. Nay, it accompanies him
to. his next day's work ; and if what he has been
reading be an.thling above the lightest, it gives
him somethinlr to think of besides the rnere ~ -.1..
chanical drudgery of his every day occupat/1a"
soirnelhinw he can enjoy while absent, and lo[ke.
forward to with pleasuxe..-Jf L.were to pray f"
a -a-rae-- tar d rmne under.every variety of
cumstances, and be a source of happiness a.
cheerfulness to me through life, and a shie_
against'its ills, however tilings might .go ann)
and the world frown upon me. it would be a tas1'
for reading."
The Quarters of Life.-Th.e seven
man have been proverbial ; but in respect to the
condition of minds, there are granted to the best
of us but four periods of life. The first fitf'"
years are childhood. We know nothing- "
hope. The next fifteen years are passion and -
mance -we dream. During the third period.
fifteen years, f'romn thirty to forty-five, .are w
nature intended us to be. Character has forming
we pursue a course of life-we reasn-
meditate. 'this is the period in which we -'
be said with most propriety t6 live. The jutrth
period is that of.conmmneicing decay. A1Ve may
grow wiser ; but it is a wisdom that speaks .in.,p
shake of the head. Pain and penetanre begi'nA-
we Sorrow. Nevertheless, if the third period h14sI
been passed in providing against the fourth, na-
ture is changed, our declining years are lighted
with happiness andlove, and as theyv-approach-their
destined end, instead of thle gloom niturallylac-
cmnpanying decay,. they are tinged with i ray
from before .them, the shadows are cast. behind
us on our path, feelings spring up, unrfelt,.even in
the magic 'periods first traversed by us--we re-
Joice.
tbman.=-A facetious writer in a late number
of the Knickerbocker, has ibrmed some ideas of
the female heart, which evince a knowledge'of
the subject only to be acquired by experience.
Hear him:
"If I knew that a -betrothed woman's 6v.er
had scraped his mother to death with an oyster-,
shell, I should only make her a foe for life by. the
really friendly act of giving the information. A
woman in such case, will doubt the testimony of -
a whole regiment under oath, and the evidence of
her own senses into the bargain. Besides, if you
could, by some miracle, e1Witice her, you would
accomplish nothing, for she forgives even more r
obstinately than she aisbelieves, and urdess you. ,
can produce actually before her eyes a previous ..
living wife and fiv echlldren (all the bliona fide
property of her 7itor) you had muchbetter. \.t
her alone. "

in Irish Piper's opinion of Scotch lu.ufie.- '
He sat awhile in silence-for such were his hab- r
its-and having "sucked his dudeen," as they -
say, he began to blow his bellows and played -
Scots wha.hae." When he had finished it;,
Well," I servede, "What a fine piece of mar-
tial musio that is!" / .
"'Noy' no," he replied, "there's nmote V.at '
than b)ood in it. It's too sorrowful for war; pla
it as you will, it is not the thing to rise the heart''
buVto sink it." -:
, But what do you think Guyner, vfSctch .
music in general ?" ', ..-
Would you have tne spake ill of my own ?..
he replied with a smile, "sure they had it from, .
us. "


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(p:.r We are re, queSteil.j^6 sy, th-,4t tlir Funeril
Sermon of1 Mr. 'i,:,tiis P.'iJones will be proaclhe,.
next. undy rrin riig, at-11 o'clock, in tie Meth-
odist.Church, by the Rev. Mr. Smiley.
J'-..g--JnioGm--tlT.don, Esq. U.+S. -Consul, hrAlex

aridria, Egppt, died'at Malta oin the 3d July.
tpr Gen! IV. S. Murphy, U. S. Charge d'Af-
. ies at.,Texas, died in Galveston, 13th ult., of
yel l,,.vl fever.


sr; ".-*
.-,.,--. A.[ M. Green, Esq. U. S. Coiiul at Galves-
'-:t in, Texa4, died'on the *:-tl, ult.": i; ,
THE LATE FIRE.
"it is our paififul' duty' to record the shameful
-nd disg'raeful ina,:tivity,'at the late fire,of some
individuals prbfvssing to 'call tliems,: lv cs citizens.
The man who will deliberately stand and see
the property of-his'fellow man-wasting under the
consuming'fire, and will not aid T'n pireser-ving it
from destructio,., is-unworthy the name of man.
He is ignorant of tihe finSt principles.of good cit-
izenship, and wilfully ignorant too, or else knows
his d&4 anrid -fails to perform. it. More especially
so, when there .are -so few to work asthere was
upon that occasioI:.' Our p.-',pulatior,"being, small
in the summer, season, it.is the-' our, den dutV of
evernthiinh in the'shape of a man, that can lift a
single p,.,u:,dl,_to go frwarl and work with his
wholesIpu 'd' n tir-,-'gth, and to' _ut forward all
the en'rgy heis master of. Those who were able
to aid and-assist ,on that occasion, a hd did not do
so, should be branded as felons, deprived, of citi-
zenship, foreverdriven from. civilizeA- s t.k-i",' into
the N o,-3s ahd then hu(nfed d,",wn like beasts of

prey, their'carcasses burn,-d ar,. their ashes scat-
tered to the winds. We loate-WL- utterly abhor
suchmen. "We would avoid them as we\% +ouK a
leper, 4nd like' the antcicnt Israelite cry, 'un-
clean, unclean," when eVti- they came within
range of ou'r'optics. We cap riot express our utter
detestation .of suehJtisemable, :contemptible re-
'presentatives of-hunimaniTy., Their'very existence
-i s a Nivin be1 upon n. .n.
;; ..-PQe,: any one knhw alte.crawlng;,cneeping,
Sdirty creature, who, A hen asked -to take a bucket _
and assist'-in ,a.qsinog water, replied, ",T &'t -ll
with N our bucket .f any knows his naine and
m'il1 hand it in, they/will confer",a benenfit", upon
,soeiety... Ha-nd in -the names, too, of those who
-h-ive dared to boast they.'stoodu ind li6nae .on.
rHarnd n -
;.Th ,same, ..apathy--the same abbminable, dis-
.laceful apaty-%v-as displayed at the fire. in
g'ater.street-last winter. We sincerely hopethat
-.6,.1 may' .be "the last occasion upon which we
..wli,:be obliged to record,'so ])aihful a-cncum-
s,'ice. ''*;.' '.'* -"' .... "' .. "'" .
.e cannot'.withhold our praise from-those in-
iduals who worked so industriously, and stood
h. intense heat so lon, 'Whileaying Messrs.
t..oks' and Farrior's -houses. T-hey arekn'own,
.J.Vite services' remembered and appreciated.
.',7onnecticut To ,ba cco..--In 14o. about half a
-"-Jion o4. pot',ds of tobacco were grown in Con-
:. ',:ticut. The-Naw.York Journal of Commerce
t -3 ldat'five if not ten t-cines that quanty will be
gt5Wn this yar. *.
Mialay .If/ple.-The Malay apple, an East In-
f. fruit, is 119%w raised at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Ascientitil name is Eugenia Ianimbosia. In the
"st !iIdies, the rtitve clime, of this fruit, the
+ 9p"s to a height-f tent. .eet';"at Vicks-
Wg it i,. only five feet in height. The apples are
"A._ the'size ofa small peach, with a similar
c,..or, F:agranr smell,"and+-ave'tlh-+ taste of a very
s, -Adt common apple, .withone seed.li the centre
c.f e size and color of-a,chestnut. .
irf ) 2 : .-. ., .,
mijd ,.ates 4oami.--rTe debt of the United
S! I.qs talLu. e as fallows ,-
" uary, .', IS,................ ,672,977
W -} I-,&85S,;... ,a .'.,;;.: .. : 7,000,000
..t a.iury 1,.1S6, .'.. -....-.,. ;.:. S,30't,.468
.Of the amdunt,t vhich falls due Janaary 1, 1845,
;,...43,030 3 sixs'per cent., and $3,213,792fiv.e
an, a half, per cent. stock.
Phe 67,0,006 Which f.ll due July 1, 1853,
is 'iye per ce~nt. stock, and the $8,301,468 which
fal" .due in.l1^03,is six per cent. stocnk.
"*;Ihe. Treasury has a sm'plus at the present time
sufficient 1- p~ay off the loan which falls, due first.
Beaut{.ful',-We find the following elegant
couplet in'the columns of a late London 'Times :
CaPBE;LI'S no more-,his elder, ROGERS, lhves :
T hud tHope depart, while Memory survives.i
\ ^. C;?* The Hou. Caleo-'Cushing, American Com-
+'F"{.g rns~larler at China, Ihas fo warded tq the Nati"a
<:..-:. . -;itute, at Washington,4inlesting descriptions
.'*" i A -den, in Arabia, and Bombay. Both of thee
5.* ,..-.;irs have been published in'the National In-
te tligencer.
*.In. taking possession of Aden, ih. Arabia,"
aa M r.. Cushing, '+ the English Governmaent has
recently acquired a very important military _po3t
on ',he southern shores of .Arabia, near to the
Straits of Babel-Mandel, which commands the
Redl Sea and the Soa of Arabia, as Gibraltar does
thlz Mediterranean and a portion of the At-


n.tic. Aden is, even more than Gibralt-ar, a
statee of Nature's own construction. At Gibral-
England has excavated for herself a -itadel
,.'.ie heart of a limestone mountain; at Aden
has planted herself in an ancient crater, hnd
i. secure within the primeval fortress formed Ly
i tofty sides of an extinct volcano,"
r., From the opening of navigation to the23d
..;, 1,958,000 bushels of American wheat had
.!. -led through Lake Erie, and the Welland ca-
*'^- ,",1 to Canadian ports.
S Z It ievate4,that a movement is in progress
c x :tend the Elec-'tic Telegraph to Philadelphia,
'- ," York and Jostoft,


Island passage. ..
COFEEE ELECTRICiTY..--A-rlf>,iv,1ii it's not quite
new, it is not generally known' that a man may be
lii'_.r~id] and truly electrified-with newly ground
Coffee. The manner of doing so was exhibited
topthe'writer of this a few davs ago -at the shop
in New Town. A large citin,,'ll driven by a
steam engine, was grinding col-t1e into a huge bar-
rel. In the barrel stood a copper scoop, directly
under the fall of the fresh ground coffee. An iron
rod t.,v-ing held within an inch or so of the copper
scoop, an instantaneous flash of'i .-lo i liiY,-orstream
of electric fluid, wasattraIt-J t~v i-li,' hon. The
same result followed whi, hI.Ii, .,-r ias i ,phy i:.,
instead of the rod, and a slight shock, fike the punc-
ture of a pin, was quit perceptible. By a rude
contrivance, a shock was also communicated from
the ground coffee to, the tail of a cat, when
offscampie,_l dil. lc- "iv, b.ired animal in a state of
the mosteMID ,Ir- ,t t-ruii iriii t,-'ti[. A l_ .,:,I.Ih r thI, ll t-
ter is curious, and not beneath Ihe .,teliiiitu o"01h'.
philosopher. Can there be electricity in fl,.ur,
oatmeal,' or- snuff 1 These are exposed to fridtion
as well as coffee ; and-a test which proves the one
to be genuine or the reverse may be'useful with
regard to the other too.
CULTIVATON OF THE VINE.-We understand that
some French gentlemen of sufficient capital, have
made arrangements to enter upon the cultivation
of the. vile in our parish. After carefully, exam-
ining every part of this State and Mississopi, they
have concluded to establish themselves on the
waters of Beaver Creek, that the soil is well adapted
to the end in view, is made apparent by' the spon-
taneous growth of the grape throughout that section
of country, and we wish the projectors of, the
scheme all the success which the eniterpris6 merits.
The process of making wine is very simple, and
we believe the day is not distant, Whei we shall no
longer be under the necessity of importing so great
a luxury, or-(we had almost said!irfer nco to,
t~~iimu~~~ilo L. Usi U Ci. I I I I rt 7!.- i In,I. 11; 11:
common use of the pure juice ofthe,grape, in plaet-
of the1 "nauseous compound" called whiskey will
do more for the cause of temperance than ail the
teetotal associations of which we have heard so
much; for it is a notorious fact that drunkenness is
scarcely known in wine countries, and even Chris-
tians will not be troubled with any qualms of con
science in using a beverage which the author of
their religious sanctioned by engaging 'in its man-
ufacture at a marriage feast.--Opelousas (La.)
Gazette.


Facts and Reflections.-A single female house-
fly produces in one season 20.1 1- -,0;',)!- This of
course is 'reckoning its children, 'great-grand-
children, &c. Lucy it dpen't have to support
such a family.
Many spiders, moths and beetles counterfeit
death when in danger, and no torture can make
them show sighs of life while the danger contin-
ues. So man not unfrequently "plays possum."
The negro said he was asleep when his chum wan-
ted to borrow fifty cents of him ; and many people
are stone-deaf on certain becasions,
The flea and. grasshopper jump two hundred
times their own length. This is equalto.a quar-
ter of a mile for a man. No doubt the Dutchman
mentioned in Irving's Knickerbocker, thought~that
he possessed the powers of the grasshopper when
he undertook to jump over the mountain; but he
found himself mistaken. He took a running start
of three miles; and when he got to the foot of the
mountain, he found himself so tried that be was
,obliged to sit down and rest. After which, he
walked over it at leisure. ,
Birds when migrating always fly in a direct line,
either north or south, and never east nor west.-
Nimrod thirtks the reason why they never go west
is, because there is enough emigration there with-
out them.
On the coast of Coromandel oysters are found
two feet in diameter. Fourteen of them would
make a nice stew for a person-with a little ex-
tra licker."
Cheese mites have been observed to chew the
cud after they have finished eating. The man
who found this out must have had a disposition
to pry into small matters.
The foul matter of dirty teeth abounds in a sort
of eels. Where's our tooth brush ?
The water lizard is the smallest kind of alliga-
tor.


LV- ull-; u 1Z)* --ivC IJU u e Uala.JUJ
(^ Hugh Cassidy, of Effingham county, Geo.,
has brought, the manufacture of sewing silk to
great perfection, and is extensively engaged in
that business. I
t Lieut. Freemont and .party, of the, U. S.
Army, have reached St. Louis frlom the Rocky
Mountains.
W-j- It is said Santa Anna's army for the inva-
sion of Texas, is commanded mostly by European
officers.
(@j The imports of sperm and whale oil into
th- United States during the month of July, were
20,t.32 barrels sperm, 26,351 whale, and 213,3416
tbs. buie.
OC^ A Liece of the celebrated"John Ross, of
the Cherokc,, tribe, is the belle at Saratoga. She
is about sixteen, and is the very impersonation of
grace, elegance, purity and virgin modesty.
CU- In the coursfc of two months (says the New
York Herald) the mai'x steamers which now touch
at Halifa_, are to run direct to Boston, and the
mails forwarded overland t-, Canada. Two days
in a trip will often be gained by this arrangement,
and the passage from Liverpool to Boston lessened
to ten and eleven days.
(? The camel is the only animal that cannot
swim; the moment thqy lose their footing in a
stream they turn over, and can make no effort to
prevent themselves from being drowned.


A DARING FEAT.-On Wednesday evening, one
of the men employed in re-painting the Lutheran
Church-Steeple, which is 202 feet 6 inches in height,
ascended to its very top, and clambering up the rod
supporting the ball and vane, sueceededin reaching
the gilt cross pieces above them, and cooly seating
himself thereon, took offhis hat, and placed it upon
the extreme point of the rod.. This, intrepid act
was witnessed by a number of our citizens, who
watched with breathless interest the man'sprogress
in ascending ,,nd descending this dizzy and pre-
carious elevation. Mr. Trayer requests us to say
that on the completion of his job which will be this
day two'weeks, le will taike his STAND on the top
of 1he Steeple, and deliver an address to all who
may favor him with an audience. A collection, to
"defray necessary expenses," will be taken up at
the time.-[Reading(Pa ) Gazette.
A young man without money is like a steam-
boat without fuel. He can't' go ahead.' Among
the ladies he is like the moon in a cloudy night.
He can't shine.'
The Last.-The latest 0. K. we have seen, is
Out of Kash. According to this, the printers
are all O. K,


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8{3- The Galveston Civilian, of' 3d inst. says :-
'The' ac,---,.3uts of the, crops continue highly fa
x orable. A4+-+,uperaburdance of corn has been
p:r':,d ced--more thin can probably be consumed,
111l,-9s the igrnigratioifof the season should be
%itlh-,ut-a parallel. The,-cotton crop was never
better. Picking has commenced, and we are told
that the'planters are proceeding with great spirit
and success."
0:3 It is estimated in a foreign periodical that
the money annually spent in intoxicating liquors,
wholly exclusive of the cost of jails, police, &c.
in France is" 52,777,777; Great Britain, 39,-
692,487; Sweden, 13,500,000; Prussia, 9,-
000,000; United States, 8,052,416.
This is truly a large sum to pay for poverty,
disease and wretchedness.
A Canton letter published in the New
York Courier and Enquirer, says.:--, The new
flag-staff, w-hich Mr. Cushing brought out with
him; is being_ raised in the square--it makes awfa-
vorable appearance-has a topmast, top and rig-
ging-all complete.
{3 Mr. Hogan, formerly of New York, and
now a planter in Cuba, who was arrc-sted some-
time since, on ;a charge of- being concerned in the
late servile ir, siiutrction in that Island, has been
honorably acquitted-and .d isar-cd fron, pri-,,,,.

W- Mr. Pm-ery has discontinued his private
mails. His package express will be continued.
83- The Collector "of New Orleans has rescind-
,edthe order issued- by him, requiring persons
transacting business at the Cnstom-house, to ap-
pear with their hats in hand.
O 0- English,.thams, of the first quality, have
bdMen Jirported at Baltimore, 'for the purpose of
rimitating them "
In the Court of Queen's Bench, England,
recently, a jury refused to make a husband respon-
sible for an extravagant milliner's bill to his wife,
comprehending amongst other items, ten new
bonnets aj'I;. fty-thiee pairs gloves, in seven
months,! .
L Mystic, C'.--The amount of commercial
capital (says the-New London Advocate) invested
in this unpretending port, is far greater .than' -is
-generally known. It sends out about a dozen
whale ships, and more Southern freighters than
any other port in Connecticut. Population, 1200.
8t- The American Steam Navigation Company
propose to construct a steam packet of 2,000 tons,
for the New York and European trade, at a cost
of $30,000.
01V Six live buffaloes were sold at auction in
.St. Louis, on the4th inst.

W-_2 The total value of imports.into the port of
New York from 1st January to 1st August, 1844,
amounts to$45,931,245"' The total importation
for. 1842 was valued at 52,415,555-f.- c!- 1" -.4.
( 0- 1 4 3 O d t 4 3
Byf- The iron steamer Michigan," built for
Government-at Pittsburg, and transported to Erie,
'has been completed. On the first trial'of speed,
with only ten inches of steam, she made 1:2 miles
per hour against a strong head wind.

An anti-swearlng society has been formed
at Columbus, Georgia, and 100 persons have
signed the constitution.
QQ- Acting, Lieutenant H. F. Porter, of U. S.
schr. Flirt, died at Charleston, on the 10th inst.
He was a son of the late Commodore Porter.
5(It is stated that no Freneh steamers will
r~un t New York this season. :
81'Ffanee is a glorious place for those who
adopt the editorial profession. No less than 47
editors are now imprisoned in that country.
SA Counterfeiter, having a large amount of
spurious half eagles in his possession, was taken
into custody in New Orleans, on the 10th inst.
He called !himself John Evans, and was from
Cincinnati.
{(3- A correspondent of the New Mirror, states
that among the three thousand fashionable at Sara-
tofa^. thpr ic* hnf r^^,,i,,-r\,a,,


8(3' The Boston Mercantile Journal, says some
of the London editors are in much tribulation
about the large quantity of American productions
-and Yankee nick-nacks'which, are pouring into
GreatBritain by our ships. The 'London M.;.ii,,
ing Post, in a late article ,-,i tlIegsubject, says:'
It will not escape observation that the Ainer-
i'a?,i-. ,:,_,titiit,; to pour in their farming produc-
tklils uppon u.1i We have, in the list of the Prince
Albert's cargo, 1554 packages of lard, 15-08 paCk-
-t.-!f- I.f cheese and 540 packages of cured beef,
all of~tt^em commodities that may be-supplied by
out own people in the most ample abundance and
perfection. We have also .a further ,importation
of eloeks, chairs, brooms and :,nscuits. so that
while thousands upon thousands of our poor peo-
ple are roaming about the country in search of
employment, many of whom have been deprived
of it in consequence of the'sinking condition of
our native agriculture, the. Amerieans have the
privilege ,in'.,f,-rig us not only in the capacitylof
butchers, bakers, li>,-.:--,.,ng;t, and the like,
uporn a large scale, but of, becoming bur. clock,
broom and chair makers. tThe contents of 1500
packages of merchandise,f which no particulars
are given, may be believed to: comprehend a
variety of things, the importation of which from
foreign countries interferes directly with English
industry." "
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f'p Tlie present crop of cotton, corn and to-
baccco-ib.West Tennessee, is said to be abundantly
I,' ,_,-''" s '" r ,f ^ ,

CU- The gin drank in' England andWales an-'
ually amounts to. nearly-,,L20,00!-",C-"-,0,- sterling.,
TheV.. S. bri- S,,mfiers', Lieut. Geary, com-
manding, arrived at -Nass.-ii, N. P. on the 2d inst.
and sailed on the 7th on a cruise in the Turk's


For the Commercial Advertiser. NATURAL-I, PRODUCTIONS OF 11E XAS.
EDUCATION No. 11. We have on o1,r table an interesting acco"Unt of
Veritas est evelestis ; m i duacfti,,, t so ifii mi. T .. .e ,lI 1, K.oiiII It's-i-well
+ r ~~~~writteni,arid ~tttavfcs~.hare worthy
*'The ofd?.t, bas,st v ice on, earti-i i- IT in,: h;.l^ ^ ^w
Th e, t, ie e rt _yi W h of attv nt..,r,.,_ ,- i..i,-rt'" aid fifth chapters s con-
mor& basetliu ar liar-? W it i rrt ,ld .,,- taim, a d ,sipti,,n ,.,"tile n ttur.1al auctions Of
sent'that their chjld-,-be, a lir ? N,:,t one. it.t I country, and -e thnk t will be in accordance
solemnly declare that iii.-wins who reajd Ill'^ an- wirh tc.tast e :,f' ourreati. s"to prest-lit to them an
solmnl delar tat anywhur+.adthi ar:anal3 sis of the tnlileriAl, vegetablee Jnd animal
training up their cl,lien in lying: yes, teaching ki ,, .v hiiwe, _, p ms
.them to liel I asset, le ;'i ,-c ,ritr.ali oii,, that before.us; > -.
nine children out of ten, who ever lie, are taught The forrniati,:... aM tih? GeL.l'.Sl;t styles them,
by their-parents to lie. That this may appear, are sec,:tary atjd illuvijl Tiie !ower region
-, consists ,of a b lck friable ii.le, with an admix-
just go back to the time, whl,e.>, outtr child told the ture of fine silicious sand. Farther frorathe.coast
firstlie. He had do101Si.,-itllir-,.'amiss, broke a the, recent deposits gike place to, be4s 1 slate,
tumbler, for-ex:-,irri.l,--w.vien y,-, -_,ave thn broken slah.- s'an sa dstone, succeeJed by 'a'rgillaceoru
t u b l r ,y c6 x idebok n -o f ,i vo n -,n d b it u n o, r i ou s c o a l, a d s I ll f r
tumbler, you su~i,,w.ted hiul Iwith- a tlr im xTide'o'Hl 1iu o c al.aid still fdr.
tumler, yu sl,,.-,:d h .~ tllr,,t,, tlher westward, by the transition formation, slate
aspect, and a raised' and hIrh v,:,ice, rs,,-, k,d and limestone; co,,taining- 11h,; laJ us f.-siITri-
him, ,, Did you do this.,R 'sII. ?: ell me the truth." bolitesA-t l-ie subject o, such research within a few
He d,.laid that he did not do it-. He told a lie .yer F,,'st In NorthWestern-TC-X;), blue lime- /
and yo-made him- do t.- He"wuld not have stones are f$ond in great luantitix-s .boulders of."
and m hio... ar, i *: t ive cutlt,-,, n-,alrblu ofgood quality, and clay and sand
thought of it,,if you had simply.- asked, in a kind suiltale fu.r making brick. : ....... ,+-
and affectionate manner, cc"My dearidN you break Gold arid. Sil, er are, f,,id in tha neighborhood"
,,of the Sal),Ihill.3, and in the -mourtains One him-
this?" -Yes,*mother." When you asked in so dro a i r t st of Bexar.
threatening a manner, he feared if he"tld.the' ,-,,-^; 't^
Iron ore. xssal .tem'evrv where .exqeot onk
truth, he shou.,ld get whipped.- You then taught the coast, and sulphate ot, irp-, white su]phurat
him-to lie. I have'in:, d-,ub. that neearly,'if not ,of iron, alum, copper, and .eaa-.,have-beei, aiscuv-
er'ed. At tlhe sourcee, ofI the Bf'a2oSis a iewarka-
quite, all children tell their first lie, and: first form hle: mass b of ahe e ich. was at firta
fl Tiiii- f iv^^ r ^.;'- b16 ass or..maleable, metalwch astfrt
a habit for-lying, in consequence of" thi' In". ;... ,.,u.i t,., oe (-. i ,ur -,and p,--" ..-1i,,, of which
sonable-, i, c, t sit-nt barbarous practi, ,_.-.7,f pa- 'ere brTv.rlIr, tI, this IC.t tir" an,.lsis some years
rents. Therefore,: -as you "wish;-your -children sifce. It was 'r,.u.e, -d to be rMeteoric iron.-
should not be inveterate iirs. .never thr:,tefi to Tothese u*." UHt d zinc Pyrites, g psun _and
and mill st,5,iiv grit wliichl arv, abundant. Its
punish then i ifthey should tear their d ,,i, dty g -eatest tr -tre, ,, ver ,s it- coal, of Which
their clothes, or touch the flowers; and. never they are ulnfrlin depo-;ii, both arthracite and.
publish tliein for any such lapsus injantis. -But [ L, i=,rn.....Js, xtL-dird fr,_,t- the Trinity river'}o-
'the' Rio G(;roii,,1,:.. Pu'nn,:,: st,,netatlid 'Uji-latid ta
this ;.,,- thelvway in which yout. ,hthemto 0 have-be,, tht po h shre oiGalts
thi 19 1,, fh I]'. T :icli -te t ha eb-- t r..I, upozi the shores of Gdvsio-n ls-
lie. If you say to your child, -,I'll whip you for land. ,ulnN. _:dines are tb.iudar,t, between
that," andI then do. not whip it, you tell- a lie, and ;tl,; -.ii,- aridI t heFi,F: tG-ra,,de.
thus set it-the exJrn,.l?. the most pff,-otl.-il teach, '0:Irl' .'," the I,-,t leirark bkat ii:. attral curiosities
'oin T,-xa; is* a f,.--rtrifiAd ,_,r,-st rear the head of
ing in the i,,rlt.-' You m ay not' think 'this is a -g ,- It o t or" several hundred
r- ,.,-i *:-i ., asigc I,,, ri%,, I,. It (--.i^ of S"^e~ l u d e
lie, but your children do. Take one example, trees iII ii er,--'t pu.jiti,:,i, turntied t,, -st,.e. Trees
A mother, with her little daughter, one'afternoon n,-.v.\-_r,..-insg ore P,.rtlaiy l-trifi--d.' This is a
paid a visit to a .neighbor's. The girl became startli,,...-' ,.,vt i'"r tr,, n-,tiuial ]]ilci.i-lher, andmust
rude- the mother to0M 'heh r if she ,td so lagaifn it herc, In' 111 -Allit.. lhe xi.,t~r l ofpetri-
she should whip her when they got home. After VAl Ih, wild animals. -4.,s ri,. KenredN,io m-
a while -the girl forgot the reproof and a,.:trd over mon to the \e'.terni rates, a,,id -.,.,n ptcuLihar to
h..'he 'motherAsaid no more, ,-xi,-, r. r 1 1. 1,,udI i the Rer,,-t The bItItL lo is
her former rd e, m r notivc to thie soil ; ,-, tlie we ild hiri,:- or muIstang,
but just as they were startMl,, for :home, the r,,-,- sitd, l,,t of the B,-,rb. ry steed, irna-
thet-stepping out, the",girM b,-..-ti to cry, as she ported by the ,ri.,,:,l Sp.^-,i '(,igrint. i The
ren,--nb-r.d her m,]'.tr's promise. A lady at. mustang'is hardy,- active, and' "docile, and. carried
.tenp-td to pacify her by -:,yir-,,,-"''?1' ask-your, to theUnited St:r3 ;," s.l. A~ssandmules are
raised in great numbers. l -i:.,r a M.'uiii" in every
mother-not to pi:,1,sh y,,ou. "0,", said thegirl, part of Texas, but (livrefu.r t!i. level region of
"cshe will.I kio.,, she will. My m.,!4er ,t, 'the coast.. Tkerv.- ir ugo tli, bl >ck bear, whose
tells lies." Sli, bteheved-if her ii-.,tljr promised h ,'- ":. are -,? ..idet,>d a dei..'.a ; tlie M ext can
o eoAf ar, th paa,,ther, the pe-,c ri, ,:,r wild hog, :he
to- whf, and didbet, it would be, a lie. Again, if wolf, fox,'hare, r t ^t:c.,pn.st m.-and raccoon, be-
Y" use arny sort of deception with, or in ,n ,.ii-r sides ot1h, r srll deer.- The ,,tterand beavr-r
of the child, you teach it to life, for deception is are yet feurid in thedistri.:t N..:-,d,:,ches, but the
lying- For instance,.you say+;{ *, C.-,ine and see trapperSg have thinned tri, r ninii.ers. The orni-
what I've got," when youhave nothing,but mere- tho'ogy of Texasils rich'. Wie Jrem braces all,
wt Ie gt," b these specimens known i-n the United .States, it
ly take this measure to bring the child to you. has some pecullar.'to itself.' VWe .hivelni5 room
The child was cheated, and the next-time would for their e,.,,tii._ratrou. L The sportsmanJ will find
not believe you, for you told-it a lie before. The a great variety delicious .+water fowl in tbhQTexanl
waters than any other bn the face of th'e whole+
children look at your practice and they imitate globe. Thl clickinzh.,t.htino h -t .],lith -r-efre^
it. If you would never have them lie, never set cently exhibitd at the Tritlinv billdii, arld!
the example by t!,reati!, u i .. : exciting their' which a c,-,,,ift,-ipora asserted4\'a- .a pei'ect il-
fears-, nor by deceiving t: -:.Vu t u'I t -lc provoking, stratin 01 the -s.,,,,I s+te r, w,,nld' stand no
.. :. YZ.) --wii_22x si _asi+~d:_h~av ll, there lay
.performing; nor by nisrepresenting', or, exagger- year, and the spring chic-ea4 themselves pLo-
atn ,o q io aig r i';-;,-.;,.! -l.... .i o duee broo;ds iri tlie autumn prc-,'t-.jilii^ their own
atrii),,~~~d Ir e4ivocaing; e h I- I-- k,, t. n, i a- o

the.head, or' ,1,..i,,. of the shoulders, which advent.' The fishes of Texas are equally celebra-
tr.e" .:, h.I ',,i hitis and '*,, i end"s ted. The red fish of Galvaston bay weighs from 5
;tt~ i.,,J i.al ,l I rS > ,iauendoes." to 50lbs. T Icr-,I 'are three kinds 'of c.ti,h, the
Il-at y.:.u i'i, have cen example before' your perch, buffalo, sheep's head, mullet, pike, trout,
eyes of integrity, and faithfulngss,-not out of your flounder, and many other species. The crusta-
reacih, look at the mother of George Washington. ceous are not less so. Thce very best kinds of oys-
0 te'rs line the coast,
She wished to -send- him forth, into the world, Among the reptilia are varieties of'the.turtle.
armed with the brerisitpllite *of trietli, and the Al1i'::,t,.rs ini',-s the waters. aind are mutchsought
shield of integrity, and with thiv body guard of by the tanners for their skins.
C p : The vegetable pr ti,,r arealu.,ble. Cot-
juStice, promptitude, honor and patriotism. Be- ton, sugar canre, ma.ze, indigo, tobaccop t.he mul-
holdthe admirable manner-in which she uni- berry, potatoes wheat, barley, rice.- vanilla, are
formly trained him, She had'keolt of uncommon raised with thegreatest fw,:il it,, and produce rich
beauty and high promise, which'she valued xery returns. The apple is the only exception to the
-1rule. _At,,,:,rri" the useful ti btir.-e are the liveeoak,
highly; ,but hie was wild and vicious, and no one b'o wood, yellow-pin, l,vt,ut au-d-villow, red
cared to .mount himn. ,George, wilh,-,ut telling his cedar, various colored oaks,, and thl:e india rubber
mother of his. intentfons, as' he ought, persuaded tree. The grasses .are abundant and nutritive.-
some of his .youthful companions to help him The flowers of Texas are c-x.iuisiticly beautiful,
catch and bri-dle the colt, and he mounted him, fieds ,oa s fl ,d t r- ] L ^ rf:.
determined to subdae him.. The colt ran, and .... -* /. ,: i
plunged, and reared, to the terror of the b eh ol- "-s.Iaaoe pefciba~'tv... .
ders, till at length, as he made a furious bound,S:^^ fildteur \ln sor drog'z pnt
he made a mis-st~ep and fell, and in his fall broke many bowed-to taste its fragranee, and its owner
a~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~hn blooesladde o erpt.Goe s-i" ^ it with d,.lih1t* I pa~ed again, and
blo-vse, and die on thp. Gerg es-. behold it was gone, us-stem wa.- leafless, its- ro,:t
eaped unhurt. B-ut-0, heyw his 'heart smote him, had wi~thered,-the-enclosnre whieh& i sIro muled it
when he thought how highly his. mother 'prized was broken down. _The spoiler hcid beeni there ;
., .,. ^ he .-aw thati inati\ admired it. andJ~ wcii it, and how injudiciously he had aeted. 'His it from its *,,..wer;he~knew that {i \vu-dearto him
companions anxiously asked, What will your wh'o planted it, ai, i Ib,!.-idr-.s it he had no otlher-plarnt
mother say ? wlho oan .tel her ?"* J3s now they to lve eth e s lathed S it e,:.,: awayDomth
were all summoned to breakfast. Mrs. Washing- it hung itslih,.' ,dirf.i~de-d, andl when-be sa\'i ts--lorv
ton, knowing they had 'been rambling in the had departed, he flung it rudely away. :But-il-left
*. 0 -a thorn in his bosoma, and vainly did he seek .tio ex-
fields, and supposing they might have seen her- tricate it; for now it pierces the spoiler even i~n his


favorite colt, said, Well, young gentlemen, have time of mirth. And ihen I saw Ihat ii. man Who
had loved the beauty ofthe rose, pa;ll ered agaihl.
you seen my fine-sorrel colt in your ramble this its scattered leaves, or bound up t-e italk which
morning?" What a question! They made no the hands of violence had broken, Ilooked arnettlv
at the root where it grew, and my soul:l0je"'eld,
answer, not .wishing to implicate George. She instruci. d slF'heVrw ilof
repeated the question, when George replied, beauty and admiration, sitting' like the queen of-
Mother, your sorrel colt is dead!" and then flowersi in majesty among the daighiver-s of- wo-
"MoTther, ye se ot -m-is dedL andi t hen -, .^men-let her watch lest vanity enter the heat,
told her the whole story. What did she do ? Did beguiling her to rest proudly upon her own strengith
she break out into a furious storm of passion ? -let her rememVer that she ;t,t1nd,.-h upon'slippery
places, "and be Aotghih-minded,but fer."-[ r.
No. She said not one angry word. She kindly Sizourney. .-.'.- ,
and calmly said, "While I regret the' loss of my -.' i:, ,,
colt) I rejoice in my son. who always speaks the nhe Favote Jllternative.--Donar Week-
truth. She valued his moral !ciractor more than ly says: It is corfidently -asserted -that A .poor
... S young man has but two alternatives--either to go
all the colts or estates on the earth. This reply towork, o-go to the devil. A great rinimnb,-r ch of hers told upon his heart, .and drew her to his' the latte,. It is a singular choice; hut thse1
bosom and inspired him with stronger love for who maye it may be seen-any fine day lounging
rin squs about the eoners'of the streets, with
truth than any lecturing could have done. Wash-, stumps of cigars in-their ,mouths, or with turn,
ington formed not'his-own character, his parents, biers of villainous spirits in their hands. ,,
and chiefly hismrothei formed it, His father died -..
wenhewase ers o. P s down east seeing his pretty maid:
when e was ten years old. Parents,. you may w;th his wife's. bonnet on,, kssed her, supposingS
,make your children Washingtons; and if you train i to be the real, oe." ,He discovered his errm-
them as he was trained, they will be equally great -hrough the assistance ;of his wife, : ,
in all the perfections of moral and social'worth. ... '
/i- '.. "+: DOCTOR. ~ooquetry..'--There is a:cruelty.ihn fth'ini ie:c -
.... ** *" quetry, which .is one of nature's :contradictions
VOLTAIRE said--"I have a-friend who isa dire;- Formed of' t4-e. -softest materials-obf the-gentle
tor in the ,Bank of France, who writes~to me& wbi smile and thewsoothing wurd, yet nothing cal e\-
smileen and a o^ the ? ^ ? sott w dv ,
they are going to make money plenty, and m, ike ceed its utter hard-heartedness. :Its dewekitk.
stock rise, and then I gavye orders to my brok&*s to vanity, of the coldest,'aset?.a dm s:
sell; and he writes tq me when they are goihg to -dr sa e harshesti-end-most ib
make stock fall, and thlFn I %% rit.-to my rVl,-ers to -order-: it sacrifices all sense of'right--all--aady
buy,; and thus at a hundred, leagues-fr6m Padis, and feelings,, all pity,, for.the sa;e/of ;ntrausient tist
without moving from my chair, I make roney." urnph.-Mfiss Landon.. ,' .,,: ,+,- *'"


APALACHIOOLA, MONI0DAY, AUGUSr-26, 1844.







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NJ W BUSINESS---CUBA COPPER MINERS.
S'.... NEYCESSITYOF A DUTY ON COPPr1.
We are plicaie.i to learn, among other evidences
('returning prosperity, that '" copper company":
is about furufinr in thii city, having for its object
the melting of the ores of cuba,'a business which
has been 'hitherto t'ronopolized in England1. It
appears that the product of Cuba is increasing at
a m6t rapid -rate. Its value e-'Jrtea having
risen from $.418,450 in 1839 gradually to $4,-
981,405 in 184,2. Nearly the w. ole, of this goes
to England, where it is sroAted 'by five or six
houses. The quantity reeled' at Swansea,
Wales, for the year ending 'Jdiie ;30, 1843, was
from Cuba, 28,886 tons, and from Valparaiso
12,804 tons, making totet lhr 4 1,680 t"ns,, worth
$3,407,102, or about equal top. the product of
Cornwall and Ireland. Now it' is. stated that all
the ores of Cuba and the South Atnmericain conti-
nient can be easily and profitably melted here on
terms that will deprive Eigland of thatt whole
trade, and the new company is about to undertake
the business. The ores sent from Cuba in Amer-
ican bottoms to Wales are melted and the metals
in pigs, bars and slates brought back to.this coun-
try free of duty. Now, by the imposition.of a
duty upon that article the whole business of
smelting a quantity of ore equal to the whole pro-
duct of Great Britain can be transferred to this
market, and England sticcessfully rivalled in one
of her boasted minerals at least. In connection
with this subject we have bnch favored with a
letter from George Ditson, Ii."T'V'esolt-,--
Freeman Hunt, Esq., o" te Merchats Magazine,
Wherein he statesas follows:-
Are you aware that there are se, veral American
companies in the island of Cub.a, who ship the
ores of their copper mines to England, under the
enormous expenses of duty, freight, &c., for want
of purchasers in the United States? Such is the
fact. Now, if'these ores could be smelted in the
States, even at double the sum it costs in Swan-
sea, (which is 2 10t. per ton, and called return
charge,) hundreds and thousands of tons, not only
from Cuba, but from South America, would be
.sent direct to the United States in A.ri'n.-iir ves-
sels, and thus open almost a new-cannel of com-
mercial advantage and give to our owi si.ipping
" that profit of freight they'should have, and might
have had, years ago, with 'those' various other
benefits which have so long been ceded, without a
struggle and almost without a thought, to Europe-
an energy and enterprise.
The reason why we could afford to pay twice
as much fi-r smelting our ores in America, as it
'costs in England, is, because the other expenses
connected with the introduction and sale of it, at
the latter place, so far exceed what it could pos-
sibly cost in the former, The expenses on a car-
goof mineral, from the time it leaves N'.w-York
till it is sold in Liverpool and Swainsea, at..runts
to nearly one-fifth.of its entire vailuc; arid it it is
shipped direct from Cuba to the latter place, they
will exceed even that, as freight is usually from
2 10s to L3 per ton.
The freight of mineral from this place to New
York, for instance; is from $5 to $7 per ton There
is no duty on copper ores introduced into the Uni-
ted States. In sending ores to the States, for
smelting, thle wastage would be little, compared
with what it is by our present and cheapest mode
of getting it to Swansea.- X-. Y. Republic.
Smiles.-The ladies have many kinds. There
is the smile of recognition-there is the smile of
,coincidence iiiopinion-the smile of encourage-
ment when were attempting something difficult
-the smile of approbation when it is ddne-'the
sminile of amused fancy at our conversation-the
. smile of hope, if we venture to aspire. But the
great smile-the smile imperial--is that which.
s.iys plainer than words, you have won me!"
.That smile never leaves the memory, even after
she who gave it is mouldering in the tomb.-Bos-'
ton Post.
.n Jl.pple without Seed or Core-S. W. Jew-
ett, Es I'., in a letter to the Boston Cultivator, says
he his this year rcieved some "slips'" (scions we
-nt;))o-ie) of a kind of apple, that has neither core
nor seeds." The fruit, he says, is only propaga-
ted near Ticonderoga, New York. The origen
of the variety is given in the following words:
The top of a young tree was bent over and cov-
ered with earth, which took root; the tree was
cut assunder, which stopped all connexion with
the natural roots of the tree, and by the sprouts
which sprung from the'top portion of the body a
regular top was formed, which produces this fine
fruit, said to be a beautiful red, good size, and a
very pleasant table apple to be used in the fall."
Scenery of the JV'ile.-The scenery along the
Nile presents many features reminding one strong-
ly of some parts of India. The rice-fields and
date-trees, the miserable mud hamlets, the un-
gainly buffalo lazily wallowing in the stream, to
whose banks, at the still, cool hour of eve; groups
of dark, though often handsome, Arab girls are
wont to repair for the purpose of replenishing
those classically shaped urns with-its not limpid
waters-which they then so gracefully balance on
their heads, whilst their single scanty blue gar-
ment serves barely to hide the symmetry of their
well-formed" shapes, or partly to veil large black
lozenge-shape eyes which might languishing orbs
of those Naiads frequenting the shores of the Gan-
ges, the sacred Gunga of he Hindoo. Then, aga-
in', the manner of irrigation practiced by the poor,
half-nacked Fellahs, as they laboriously swing up
river water into their fields, in rudely constructed
vessels framed of basket-work, the very birds
which pass in flocks overhead, all most powerfully
tend to awaken long-buried associations in the


minds of those who ever dwelt in the far distant
land ot Hindostan.-Colonel .Napier's Wild
'Sports in Europe, .asia and lfrica.

A great portion of the wretchedness which so
often imbitter married life, originates in the negli-
gence of trifles. Connubial happiness is a thing
.of too fine a texture to be roughly handled-it is
a delicate flower which indifference will chill and
suspicion blast; it is a sensitive plant, which will
-not even bear the touch of unkindness. It must
be watered with the showers of a tender affection,
expanded with the glow of attention, atd guarded
witti the glow of attention, and guarded by the
impregnable barrier of unshlaken confidence :-
thus matured, it will bloom with fragrance in
.every season of life, and relieve even the loneli-
ness of declining years.
REFUSED 'To SURRENDEIR-'GOV. Bouck, of Nlw
York, has addressed a letter to Governor Call, de-
clining to yield up James G. Graham as a fugittive
from justice, to stand his trial in Florida on tht
indictments against him for fraud and conspiracy'
causing the failure of the Bank of Florida while he
was President. One of the reasons for refusing to
surrender Graham is, that the indictment does not
specify the particular acts of fraud or culpable ne-
glect, causing a failure 'of the bank.-[Balt. Sun.
A late number of the Home Journal, has an
original tale entitled. Killed by the fashion
plates." We should not wonder if some have
suffered death from that cause, 'as ladies may be
met with in our streets any pleasant day, who arc
dressed within an inch of their lives."


A GAMBLING STORY.-Two friends sat over a
game of ",Brag" in this city, four years ago.-
They pl.aed'loi., late and high, and at length
quit, one-five hundred dollars in-the other's debt.
We have said they were friends; and each knew
the other was ftcat so.eircumstanced as to stand so
large a loss, althlui.igl the excitement of playing
had led them on from larger bets to larger still,
until the event came about.
"Tom, you will have -to' ,take my note for it,"'
said the loser," and it shall be paid in thirty days."
"Oh, very well,"'.said, the winner, dryly pulling
a cigar from his pocket, and piercing the twisted
end with his penknife.: -.
The loser snatched tip a-pen, and wrote the note
for. i.'3i., tyi able inii thirty days.
"All correct," said the winner, coolly, and
taking the note from. his unfortunate .adversary.-
"Have a cigar, Ned ?".
Ned took the preferred cigar, and the next mro-
ment opened his eyes in astonishment at seeing
Trn de'nberately poking the folded note into the
candle for altight.
"Fire up, Ned ." .said Tom, handing over the
burning note.
Ned knew his friend, and lit his -cigar in silence.
The two soon separated with such a mutual ex-
change of friendly sentiment as might be expec-
ted on so remarkable an occasion.
This is no fancy 'sketch, reader. The two
friends have been separate wanderers for four years,
and met each other again, for the first time since
that pa'ti ni-,-.- otrh-eiday,rin Canal street, New
Orleans. Tom had been lu.'kl ate, while Ned had been gradually creeping into
fortune's favor. : In the course of the sameday ac-
cident brought to Ned's notice a note against-his
friend Tom for just $500, in the hands of a,third
person. Ned bought the note immediately', pay-
ing for it the full amountof the claim, and in the
evening the two friends met b3 appointmernt.
"Tom, do you know I hold a note against you'
for 55,i.n?" said Ned. .
"No, indeed? Why! how so?" said Tom in
amazement.
"0 yes, here it is! See! your note given to that
wholesale firm on the, Levee. A small buisness
transaction has brought it into my possession ; and,
by the way, Tom, I should like to have the mon-
ey." -
"I can't pay it now, Ned-indeed, L can't but
in two weeks, or three, at farthest, I can make
myself ready for it."
"Cancel this, and draw 'me a new note at
thirty days," said Ned, very g r',rvly, taking a ci-
gar from his pocket, and piercing the end within
his knife, in precisely the same style Tom had
used four years ago.
All correct!" said Ned, as had scattered the
old note in torn fragments on the floor, and receiv-
ed the new one from Tom. "Have a cigar,
Tom,?"
Tom took the cigar, and as he did so, an idea
of Ned's design flashed upon his mind.
No, Ned-'.no I remember!-Yes, I see what
you're at; but mine was a gambling debt, and this
is a responsibility of regular trade!" exclaimed
Tom, rising to prevent the conflagation which he
saw was about to take place.
"Mine was a debt of honor, and so is yours,"
said Ned, with facetious solemnity. I will pay
yours, as you once took the liberty of paying mine;"
and he thrust the paper into the candle's blaze,
handing it lighted to Torn, exclaiming, Fire up,
Tom !" in direct imitation of his generous adver-
sary at" Brag," four years ago!
Gentle reader, the anecdote is true. The two
.ntlemen whom we have designated as Tom and
Ned are at present residents of New Orleans.
IRISH MELODY:--When IHaydn, the celebrated'
*composer, first heard an Irish melody, he is said to
niave been; deeply affected, and remarked, that
such music could only originate with an oppressed
and unfortunate race."


Obituary.
Died, in this city, on the 22d instant, of c-ouges-"
iive lever, at the residence of Mr. Schrodr, Mr.
TOMII'IAS P. JONES, aged 22 years, a native of
New York, andfor :.the last number of years a
citizen of this place.
To all with whom he had become acquainted
he had endeared himself by his-amiability, strict
probity, and manly, but unassuming deportment.
His connexions at the north will feel a deep be-
reavemlent in his death, and a large circle of at-
tached friends in this city, mingle the most poig-
nant regrets with theirs-for'his untimely end,-cut
off in the spring-time of life, and when he had fair
prospects of reaping in this world the honorable
rewards of virtue and of worth.
The aged die and are gathered to their resting
place, like the sheaves of ripened wheat into the
store-house of the husbandman-they have finished
their day. But he fell as falleth the blossom nipt
by untimely frost; he has gone to that land where
there is no more death-where the roses never
wither, but where the aramanthine bowers, sweeter
by far than Eden e'er could boast, waves in fra-
grance o'er the ambrosial fields of that country
whose inhabitants shall be crowned with a halo of
undying glory. Death to the good man is only a
prelude to a better inheritance--an inheritance
that is incorruptible, undefiled and that fadeth not
a w X?


For angels stood around, to bear
His soul away from pain and care,
To everlasting day.
0, he has bid adieu to pain,
And left this cumbrous clay,
And gone to heaven, where angels reign
Forever on that blissful plain,
There, there to live always.
-'V.


Cd; We are authorized to an-
nounce JOHN GHENT, of Walton county, as a
candidate for the Senate from the Western Sena-
torial District at the ensuing election. a26


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


CP We are -authorized to an-
nounce Dr. N. A. LONG, of Jackson, as a Can-
didate for the Senate from the Western Senatorial
District at the ensuing election. jy27*


James Gibson,
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAINTER
AND GLAZIER,
Apalachicola, Fla.
QQ.- Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of
Pants, Oils, Glass, Putty, &c. &c.. Work done
on re most reasonable terms. aug19


O LD RECTIFIED WHISKEY.-20 bbls old
rectified Whiskey, -just received per schr.
Mary Ann, for sale low by
DODGE & GARDNER,
a1'.9 -. 40 Water st.


__ _______~_~


P ACKING YARN.-15 coils Kentucky Pack-
ing Yarn, for sale low by,
DODGE & GARDNER,
aug19 40 Water st.


CORDAGE & OAKUJM.--
75 coils of Manilla Cordage, assorted;
25 bales Oakum, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water street.


L IME.-80 bbls of Lime, for sale low by
KIMBROUGH & RIDGWAY,
per his agent WM. H. HUGHES,
jy6 52 Water street.


C HEWING TOBACCO-45 doz Mrs. Miller's
Chewing Tobacco, just received and for sale
by DODGE & GARDNER,
je15 40 Water street.
W INDOW SHADES-A fresh assortment of
the latest patterns, just received, and for
sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
apl6 33 Water st.


BAR LEAD-500 lbs Bar Lead.
For sale by
CHESTER, FARRIOR & McGRIFF,
jel 44 Water street.


MATTING FOR SUMMER CARPETS.-A
prime assortment just received.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
ap27 33 Water street.


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


J"T GARRISON" APPLE CIDER.-A superior
l. article of Geo. S. Badger's manufacture,
in barrels for sale by


jel


NOURSE & STONE,
46 Water street.


P AINTS, OILS, &c.-75 kegs White Lead;
10 kegs Black Paint; 10 do Green;
1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl3Linseed Oil;
2 do Spirits Turpentine;
250 galls Sperm Oil;
200 Paint Brushes, assorted, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water st,


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


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


Apalachicola District of Florida.
FRANKLIN" COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
and l Chancery.
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. .'
JT appearing to the Court, from the report of
the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed,
That the following sums are due by the parties
hereinafter mentioned, for the inr.talinents here-
tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin
Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby given to the parties respectively,
to pay.the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver
in said cause, together with the interest thereon,
from the first day of March, 1843,:or their respec-

tive shares will be -sold at public auction, in ac-
cordance with a decree of the Court of ChaniceVy
for the District 'aforesaid, to pay the several
amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wednes-
day in December next, to wit: ':,
Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st
: March, 1843..................... .$1Iri. 00
iHudson A. Thornton, 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on the same day and year.. '72 7
John D. Howell............... ..... 365 98
By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Garmack,
Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county,
in the Apalachicola District of Florida.
R. J. MOSES;,
-' Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, August 19, 1844 ..
Copartnersi and Comnniiission
Buisiness
AT APALACHICOLA AND COLUMBUS.,
TpHE undersigned have associated for the pur-
L pose of transacting a General Agency and
Commission Business. The business will be con-
ducted in Apalachicola, Fla., by Henry'L. Ray-
mond, under the firmr of RAYMOND & HAR-
DIN--in-C,l.unibu-3, Ge,:... by Edward J. Hardin,
under the firm of .HARDIN & Co.
The adv'antaes offered by this arrangement, to
persons at a distance who may have or wish to
make business in either or both places, will be
readily perceived. Feeling ourselves fully com-
petent to conduct such a business as it should be,
and intending so to do, we respectfully solicit a
share of patronage.
EDVWARD J. HARDIN,
HENRY L. RAYMOND.
Apalachicola, July 31, 1844. alOtf
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF STEAMBOATS.
I have a Boy by the name of Joe, who is a
good Pilot, any person wishing to hire a Pilot to
run from Columbus to Apalachicola, or up Flint,
River, can have my Boy on trial fbr a week; if
they like him, I will hire him for a. month, or
for the whole season. Persons wishing to hire
hin\,will do well-to address the uidi'1rsi'nedl soon,
or his services may be engaged. I will hire him
lower by the season than by the single in,.rh.
SARAH L. SCOTT.
Ochesee, Aug. 3, 1844. alO-Im
OTICE-Six months after date I-shall apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court of
Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the
administration on the estate of Sampson Pope,
late of said county deceased.
.SA-RAH H. POF'1-,IAdm'x.
Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3-6m
N 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 Dersons indebted Io-'--'aid ar, ,
requested to make' im m'edia1t?'etrlpmInt. :
THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator.
Nlarianna, Jan. 19th, 1844. jan22 6m

CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-The under
signed having associated with them Mr.'H-
W. BROOKS, will continue to transact a Genera.
Commission, Forwarding, and Shipping Business,
under the firm of NOURSE, STONE & Co.
NOURSE & STONE.
B. F. NURSE, )
H. B. STONE, Apalachicola, Aug.. 1, 1844.
H. W. BROOKS. ) a19
PRIME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork, justre-!
S ceived and for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
aug19 40 Water st.


DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The Co-Partnership 'heretotr.ire ex -istini, under
the name-and style of "DOYLE & BUTMAN,"
-Ship Chandlers and Grocers, Nos. 2 & 4 Delurp
by mutual consent. All claims due Ilv said firm
are requested to be presented, and those in,-Itbted
to make payment to THOS. M, DOYLE, who
will continue the above business on hIis own ac-
count, the name of the firm to be usel ini lijiquida-
tion only. (Signed) THOS.-M. DOYLE,
BENJ. BU'ITMAN.
New Orleans, June 15, 1844. jy'6 lm


LIQUORS AND WINES.-Brandy-Otard,
Dupuy& Co's; A Seignette's.
Gini-Holland, anchor brand.
Whiskey-Old Scotclih; Monon,.ahela.
Wine-Old Madeira; Sicily; old pure Pbrt;
ChamnpaiL.n, I.,r sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apI6 l- Water st .


W M. G. PORTER & CO., offer for 'ale a large,
and well selected stock, pf DRY GOODS,
consisting of:-
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys;,
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
Foi eign and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached, and unbleached Sheetings;
Shirtinzs;
Cotton Osnaburgs; '
And every other, article in their line adapted
to the country trade. dec4 y


F RESH BUTTER.-17 kegs Goshen Butter,
S1' a prime article, just received from-New York
per brig Mor-a. -For sale by-
NOURSE & STONE,
jy6 46 Water street.


TRANSPARENT WINDOW BLINDS.-
A beautiful article-assorted patterns.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.,
ap20 ,' 33 Water street.


D RUGS, MEDICINES, &c.-The subscriber
has just opened a iresh supply of Drugs,
Medicines, &c. All orders from the country
promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.


CHAIRS! CHIAIRS!! -Received per ship
Marianna-
10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs,
3 curled "
2 Boston Rocking Chairs,
1 Mahogany ,
Also-Sofas, Sideboards, Beaureaus, Tables,
Bedsteads, Washstands, Curled Hair, Mattras.es,'
Feathers, &c., all of which will be old lowI for
Cash, by PETER HOBA1RT.
maGO14


SUNDRIES.-10 bbls Cider VinegIr;
S 2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia;
;:6 chests Teas, green, black, &e.
10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs andiCloves
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.


P AINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
100 kegs White Lead; /
5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp; /
75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes; /'
100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brusho;
Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead.Xc., &c.
Just received, and for sal&ry
B. S. 4A'WLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & C5mnwrce teeth. "


FOR NEW' ORLEANS.-,Tbe new
^n^l'a't-sdjiliiT- scthr. ADA-I NE, Pi-tter~on,,
master. ll meet with despatch foitthe
atbove Purt Ft-; freighior' pas'agV!k7l Glto the
mister ,on b.atd; or to ." A-VM. HUGItES,
aug2,.; .' -' 49* W atlr-leet ,


"BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS.
Doyle & Co:
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS,
No-. 2-& 4 Delord street, cLriner of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natcli-z street,
N. ORLEANS. .. "

Cl WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 'DEAL-
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turperitirn, -anil
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; Venre i.iii Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish arid French Brown ,Blue Black;-
Green and Blue Verditter;, '-
Chrome Yellow and Orange do; .
FINE COLORS :-Ultamarine and Coulbalt;
Lallow Lake'and Crimson do; :' "
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; English, do;
Vanidyke Brown; Turkery Uibru ; -'
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
SCrocus Martis; Mineral Green; ;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine,.; Sperm-,Oil; ..
Paint B1riushes from N.,. 1 to 6,000,000;;
-Varnish do. of dll sizes;" "
Sash Tools from No. I to 8; Badger Hair;
Artist Sable 1Filchers, flat and round;, .. .
Brussels do; ],liir,-r's of all sizes;
Sable & Camel H-lair P''cls', 11 and I in lg
Stock 'and Kjl,-nrmine Brushes; .
'Marking Bru11,he, rjunr.1 and flat; -, *
Scrubing 'and Shoe brushes; .
Skeaker., Mhaijrnv, Stailed and Patent do;
Whitewjsh and Mop d,'_;
1)istinltg, lF.iicy nia, .1 SI il ; brushes;
Clothes and Hairf, do; Grateand Horse do;.
FanCv Fe:tter Dusters;
VARNAiHES:-.opal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet 'Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 box.s-assorted sizes of
French, Eri.lihi and American. '
Oil- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steari B,.ats,
Shipping and Plantation use,; together with a
variety of articles in the Painting line, top .nuim-
erous to'mention. jy6i- ly
To the. Anericani Bar.
T tHE nndcrsi-.gried co:ntenAmplates putting to Press
L the ensuing Spring, thlie first volume of
"SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE
AMERICAN BAR."
My brethren throuu.ijt the United States are
reuesfed to aid iMe withi contributiri, from their
respective States, location. particularly the
Scene" or'" Anii.-lcdl,.'te" in tlie pr.,pe" County or'
District.' As tlie co-ritribuiotiiswill be very n,.mn-
erous and many ofthem from the far N,.,i-th and,
West, I m'iist request my friends to pay tile post-
age on them. I shall be aided in this amusing and
interesting work by some of the oldest and most
distinguished Iemberrs of the Son.ric-rn Bari.
-o All communications must be directed to
me at-"'Pensacola, Florida."
RICHAIID ROE.
Pensacola, July 1ist, 1844.
03" Editors favorable to the uridertal.-ing will
please copy.


i .1" L i ,r
cornunission m" : :'""
New York, Mar.h.,lt'h,mi-4,'-
00- WITH a knr..wledge of bui4*iriz-rvYd.
fromn an experience of ro dre than,.twtn4y ;ea.in
Comrnnmerciai and othe' bu rness pursuif;ri knd,50d
lailiitres. 'the tiider.-igitd teitder th. ,ser,.
as COMM IISS1ON MER-C H AN'l S...'Fr. tj p i-
claMe iidK s:ile t ,f i" ll lkinds oj' P rI..duc.ti J Ai o--"
eig, n and. DJLe.-rtIC Kuooids. .-. r *
Sflieu' bloil'ess w ill be cocnd,.i.ted:.upon, t t -
iisled pnricipres, anrid vith a vi'r v t% ,pr?:-.TpQ rj--
Iurii ns c'r all sales eflfected, and antswr .:.r 1
orders with which they miay b, favored.
Bills:,of E\cliine drawn agaii-:it s,-ipnients or,
Cotton or other Produce, willb he duly honored'en,
receipt 6of Irivice and Bill"L d l pecia-
areeireiit ifor I'uniJs at mnaturlt)y,, with advices of'
responsibility of drawers. "
TFOWLE, DE COIN & CO4 -
mar3u ,m """ 784 Pea l S et:.-
CO-" -PA.RTNERSH IlP NLOTIC E.-THOS.'T.--..
DOYLE,. ot the late firn of ..." DOY.LEj.
BIUTMAN," Ti iang/e Builiings, New Or. ,-
hIas this dt i asI.c r3tdad with hi in- In business. Jtr..
,T I r r s, '(s,,, .r.,
HENRY BID WELL, ,n-d w'ill' cm V iip.upthe
Grocer'v, Shi p Chii'dler.'y arind Coin issior, ,B.-
ness, at th-i' old:, stand, under the m.ane ,a. m nlki.
of DOYLE BIDWVELL." ,,, Y
-.THOS. Al.. DO"Y'LE,
HENRY .B.)W.EL.q
New Orleans' July 1st, lb4-I .-. :,.'.-:j.G,-inm.


N OTJt'E.-Thie c,:-parti,,-rsh i heruore ,.'--
N istih in tlis- place between thesib ,cribti",
.under the tirm ,of MOORE & i\IAcKFNZIE,,thji-
day dissolved by muatnil consent.' :
JOHN M. MOuRE,'" :
WILLIAM A. McKENZJIE.
Apalachicola, May 1'3 Is. 1544 ..


B ELLISON -. CO., ifer. trsle"'alntextenr
sive ass,'rt merit ofl Merchhnidiz, suitable fo-
thl. Sprinir r rade, consistin(I of' "",
Groceries; Dry Goods;.Bqots arA $hoes T -
Bonnets anrd Palm Leaf Hats; FindyS GitodS.;.
Crockerv and Glassware; Harda'e ; -"
Woodware. Brushes, &c &c. '* rSY..:---
0 N CONSIGNMENT :-4 hhlids GROCK-Ei' W
Ware, assorted, for country trade, .
,Chewing Tolb-acco, manufactured by.'r. 'Velb-
wich, Va., some supercir cross.brand"-, ...
Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery; :".- .
Hollow and Tin Ware; ..
Saddlery, H-ats, Boots and Shoes,' &c. d *
r''" 'ALSO, "
Sugar, Cotile, and Canal Flour .
Old Sherry Wine, in cases; '
All of which will be sold very lowv for ,,'I
DAVID G. RANEY,
.arP C9 -13 Wafer.str;-t.
Roberts, Allen &$ Co., ',
H AVE oi hnd and.for sale: ,'. .
Sheet and bar Iron"; Blacksnmith!soTx
German, Engish. Blister and Cast steel,;., ",
( auldr-: Ketilks from 2Q l'e 2p glla ; 1
...\' rt ^ : t ikef Nails, y'j;.r-
Brass Andirons; Fire' rr,:;i .
Platl-,rm t eCal,-, Beams and Balla-'c''; .6 d
Tin Ware ,of all kinds, wholesale & reta: ..,,
Al-o, a genfrdal assorTtin,t -,f Harof 4,'r,;
They art. als, prepared to> ate.-tn4 at j o, a i' l
fTr Irn or Brass Castin g;-BlackwAlif '',A,,
Copper or ._he,'t Iron work. or TiM'aifd '0, -
Rooling on reasonable tenrl. I -ja n-9.

Drugs andl Medlicinies,' .
TrHE subCriber has taken the Store in 'B
T:.ell's BuiIdihng.s, tbrmerly occupied.b- '1, '.b
T.'CGaro, and as early as 15th-fli of May will op-. p.
stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c.'&'- -.e
summer use, and iii the fall will havea'largt _-
complete assortment for country merchants,a ] '
ters and physicians. *' ..; e
Sap2I) B. S. H.AWLE
$1.50 Rlewa .d! .
WTHEREAS, on the night of the Ith in-
the dwelling house of George. S. .`; w ...
Esq., was destroyed-bv fire, and is supoIised" ,
the act of some incendiary. Now treilr,- ...
virtue of the p'.wers in me est,. MA' ..
the City of Apalachicola, I lihereb, ,i .re'
of TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-DOL- 1 .,
for the appreheisisorirand convicliofostIhit.'',i 2*
or persons commnittirng the act ,and it is fur. -
enjoined and required of all OfficewK andt&;k..td
citizens', touse diligence in detect ing thie offen'i.
Given under my hand, in the City .of N'palc -
cola, this.'2uth day of June, A.'D. i44. "
je22 it DAVIDG, D RANEY, .Mayor'
Au Ornui nanuce
Providing for the arrest of offenderts,.&..
Section 1. Be it ordained by the M-ayo .
Council of the QCity .of-Apaachiicola 9:4-919a'
cases, upon complaint being-made. of the vio': .
of any ordinance of said eity 'to ,ifi.jy ,Z 'y .
shall have full power and' ailbririy FP .s-i
warrant directed to the "Marslal of sai.c, ,, ,,
manding him to arrest ;he person or pers.5., .--
plained against, and detain him, her orilhen .2.'
otherwise ordered by the \Ma.or.
Sec. 2. Be it further orda.ie.d, That iri all <, 8
when judgment may he r-ndered teintbe,.,.
Court against any persd .11r a violation Ot of o
the ordinances of d city, the .Judge-i et sa
Court may rernmit suh portion ot said ,j.udgr .
in, his opinion may' be proper, when itsappva'i,;
that acbh ofifee ,VWts connuited .uderi.lnttr t .-
circunstances. .i
Passed by Council 30th May, 1844.
., '. DAVID G. RANEY, Ma:._
iHF ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY )i
S Hartford, Conn.-The undersignea ier;t,r
the said Company, is prepared to isstie p pt iei of
Instirance against Fire, and loss or dam n;' on
rivers, on favorable terms. ThcapJitA'* ti'
above company is large and invested in'tkt mafesr
possible manner, and its gettlemnient otf lo0 t h.its
always been prompt aueliberal.
S. N'L J.' DAY,Aget.
ApoalJiao,'PArl 8,1844 ,
r-IHE subs__er, agent fothe PROTECT.' ON
1 INSURANCE COMPANY;, .of' ,Hat ,
Conn., ,th full power to receive proposals pnd
to is policies on as favorable 4erimss t' ,tr
rooffices, is prepared: to insure again.'n", cr
damagee by Fite, and also to take Marine r.l it-
land risks. The reputation o'f this .&oru'p.y for
settling losses with:prom.ptitude'anrd.nlber; is.
well known.. -' .--AN A'nDA
Apalachicola,,April 8, 1844. "

A XES.-A fresh lot of iea'v,'eftucti'y :.-*
just received and 5-? e by
apI3 B ELLigQ CO.,Q 33 Ware -


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three tirnies, i:,revii:,.]s to:, N,:,v r r ncxt, \\1ill be
enti'tl,-.d t pay in typ,.e. ,,n ti ,.al i. l a b il ,:,t1 t',ulr
tinji-'- the aln-,l.nlt oft the three iiserti,:,Uo .
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N e\"- Y ,-,rk, June 1st, 1.344--.. j,-S 111-


WARM SPRINGS.
M E.tI ET.HER NTY. GE-RGIA.
...t, TH4BPROPRIETORS. of-t lis wateri.,
(ivb indiicfd to open thdi
jM3aHoiise 6.or thte accolo'rnudul'ti-1jn O1' invailds;
jiidowhe"'. muich ly.orlif'er tlins 3eaioln. thatii uslliial,
in o.,]SI:|.Ieei o- ,,f-the Far ,Iwapplic-tiIs thI i tIt have
b_,enj made ,,r Board from..chtl et pa.-rts o:, the
county. bv those laboirne.luder vari,:,u dios ,-' ,oes,,
s,,,'h as, Rheirratisin. Dy\,!;,'ep-y, cc allolfwhihch
readily x O field to the.vit't.ue o,:,tle water. W e have-
hreto-fre helM out mo'e mi~duernents to persons
-eekii,, pleastlre. t vitMit.'th'es.-.Sprin_s, than to
Ihose in pursuit ofl Healtb.'.i ".lthe-invalid, we
Eay ContiA rid .cotin-early",Jt:-. ,u \vi~b to.-he
berihted. Tlese'Si.,riigs.-:have-pL-oved a certain
cre in al.Ixas ot Rlitihiitst.r. Dyspel&sy. &.c.
and in ino:, inr taan -c.,lt; e inv'.lids ftailed-to be-'i ,,e-
fiWtd who have \isited then, for tile proof ,rf
\\li,.h. \%e c(n ryte'r t,) irluriltn'erabhl=, cerrirhcates
,-,trne from the ,,st, reo ecrable gentlem;:.r in the
State.
N!;Toa !h,-,e in |.,Ur'suit ,f|wl,a. re. \\e will say this
much, thIat ,ve i -iII JI to ,:,flri iriIhdnc t-e eri'sI eno0 .l,-;41
or Ln:i.-,le the WVar'tml Spri'l'?s the Sa ra t,:,o:;, ,ftlie
.,-,ouri1. 11, e ililei,:l toJ.eep a eh tter H ,.:in-s t? iai,
w rhev at' iva Wlp I.i,: diid lt. is said thIat ,t e .eneraill
kept a \ \e \ .,-,.,d ,ine.) (Iu, Beds ax'i? all eIItirelI
new ph.ur hioi.-eg .have all been repaired, aWt-the.
whole police presinos n new and beautiful apri--r-
aance.<-.-The tnmiperat,.,re ol t he atr-,splhj.r, is fine,
the ti or,,,.,r,,,:- sl, .o,-, i io n;i, A, .".e '., do .rets.
Our RD ths are in as o.od urder.as.They can bb, and
for *.the refit of tOne who have n,, paid us a
yi-it. we ,. 'll ,:lsribe them : thyp are: .6 in urnul:,-r,
each ten fl!,e t S']inet.in tlie clear, with a drehsir,-"
r.r':. i attached ti,, each. und are so arranged -,I tI,-
"rii,_e the \.a t,-o any depth required ; -r S 'ring,
a,_r,]d i,|?',-rn d-i A ,f thirtKnee, lhubdrod gill,:,na Wf
"',; ter pt:r in ,, te; the temtr 'er,:itur ot- the water
iW I-,leid,'i l) 'O-d odeg -eek. ThIe a,.-,lvdi., as tal,:>n h)
Dr. J. F". (C.:triti, St.4 to Ge,-o1,'st. isa t; follows :
leight, al:,,,'" thi, level ,f lthe ei, 793J feet-
, 1.1 : onit,.- ne w i,-,o r n,. or 21,4735 c,.,b;,_ incl-, --
),e,.ifin<-,2,ai~i v 0.,(g)S*i- '^-,g s~i :d( water l:,in; 1 .,)ii,.
GA .LS- kito!r-,n-,,, ari,:I ., ....2 ub n incl)e, .
.-'ilf.lS nraw of H yv l.ioen.. ............ 4d t'aoe .
S,;,L iDS-- dw>il:,,nat, ot LintUe,... ....... 1 grain.
C ,i(i Iiri o l i .......... .3 5 3 i i 's._
(''.,, -, ir oe of M l, ee,-'i .- ........ l ii.. 1 9 ,-iii.
T'he Ip r ,:.l .if!.lre of'-the f l -iirer, N%' \ li er and si.lrn-
IIn' 9 : de.-ree-:."
A\ -.llie!nddid Road Ihas be ,n WiSW-d, EXPrlV .!;.
I,,r riJq,',, tl r Ane i sl e? ini li snl,; it leads it to ,_-
SiLIrifiil. ,:, 1 a M r-,iri0. )l 011e ,:" blc :'ild onile of
thli,_ Ii,1iSl ii-.'1"ifiricent l s- iln G,_r f It. A k 0"ood
k., l Ihas ialso W'.en irmad I t, ll1e well kni, _n
i,_,Lf S['PRING,-.only &ihS ,-f ;, nile f tr,-,i tile
H ,,titl; tlis S|:,'ir,:: si s iid b\ ;ll w ho t-ase -ee, it.
to -, the firte t ,,Idtrer in tll e w W-rid.
The .:ir en it,-s at tile S|.pring.s are vari,:,,s.-
Tihe Ball Ro., n is opened WWi )uxllH ,ied te .er i'e-.s
,tf -ie o- ,:,f the best M u..igj ,si n d i o, t!,ii bcctir n c.f the
cou-,i try. is eia,'- ed to, lak.;e ch-irg,-- Of it.
WVe irl't.,d, to deo,_te 01.,.1" lirOu e "exel,_v-ly t-,i.-
senr, b- I o'Mhe ,onb',rt of mr.11 vi-,itr.s, and we kl,-e
't,-, be al'le, liet.veen t.s, t.:) r'l e '.,11. and see thiat
o,-, e *,, V.', ,:dissatisii_, d. M r. and M rs..J,_,hn..,r
% ill'li- ive i-:r give h-is W i,,le atte,-iti,..n.
Our lh.,,..:s will be the same as heretofore,
yo',. per to_,.r i. l for jBoarid, and L:ozili,-. Baths,
f,'tr e. .-\ fi],e -,toeo k' 0f 1!,,od 1 ts Il;.t -r`.:- .:., ,1
o.1d at 00 r prjiees. Thel -e S.,rii)rzs ar,: .'.*, i,,,-,
north of C,,hibd'-. rid 10 wies l ,.llh.0 5 of ; Gr..1--
ville. .V iit,-',rsw ill i-ne i,,:, dil-fic iltv ii r Ii-,ic. at nl f ifiies, as tle ,d.-iil', St 6.. connect
1.,.hil.p-.. M, ,i-iiu erv. Sj, \ .r li-. _'u.nnuh).. M acon
.,lt Ma,,li,.:n ,%ith Colu,,m:bus and Greenvlle, and
'"IrT'T...'.-. i',, 'T" ;T, 1-. ir'W-, "t_.-n ,^ l^-,-i7_ .-'s I,:-: ^-, 8 s fti ee
,,iH', i,, .Aii-,; ir'' t[e A four horse Sile
ako laies 'olutlUibtl.;i'ro'e -times a week by the
Ma\ o.'f HamiltSo, fmIr lh;e .On,'!1i-'I-.
Tlhe Pi.,,|ir ,-- wll bye re.,dy to receiVe Cbm-
p: i.-,:oE.-.rAe l .iSU M y .' BO. N E
.:=*"-* *- SEYM<,)IR R. P.ONNER,


ADMINISTRATOR' S NOTICES,

N ,OrIcm,--s-rx r\noiths fte' ,dite, I wtll applY
to the Hon. \V. 'G. M. Davis, Judge. of Lite
County Court of Frarlklin cour, rS for letters ot
dismission fr-om the estate of Thi,-.. H. Thompson.
H; B. STONE. Administrator. (
-,. Apalachicola, May-s16 .1S44... :, my! hr i "
" OTICE-S-Si o ulorlthn 1 te d r -. I w I 11 vpply
N 0to the Hou. .lu,:le of the Cuiltiy (..,urt for
Friaiair, Count fc-, or letter's of ,.,isi, :l on the
tstate'of John Norton, late ,of saMd county, de-
ceased-. JAINE..'5 GREEN, Adm'r. L
Apalachicola. Api'ii 17 "1844, a'-20 611
OTICE.-Six tnronths after date, I shall appl:,iy
to i-e -Hontorable Jud,-e ol the Count, Couwt
of Ja.,:ks.on ,t l,_,r letter o[,,f. dissnmis.lon Ital)i
the a-lmi1srati,-n of t-he est:,te of JoDhrn S. Ram-
d o l p h l a t e o f n M c ,u n t v ,. ,te c e s e d . -
FRA.N'CIS R. ELY. Esecutor. :
m al i ii7, Feb. *Ist, 1844., 4. 6m i,


THTE 1VNEW YORK CO)NTR1B.JTIONSH1P ,
FIRE INSURANCE COM-I'PANY.
Ofli,.' XJ.I, I7 -.-, ,I'll .T ,,.v." r,
Insut'e rw'eilin,-ih'Aes, \War'ehouses aid "Bi'ild-
im-- in Igiieral, Me chirndi.e. Household
FI'urnitllre, Ships.buiildii]- S, IIIs n Port
11d .their Carg.oes. iud tE^y d,-:
'. sciptn ot ptersrial Propj erty,
AGAIN-T LOS-S OR IDAMIAG;E BY FIRE.
'J,..SMYTH RIGERS, President.
R. W. MARTIJN, Secretary.
D IR E ,:' r, ,_r.< :
J. z_"MYTH R1-)GERS-F-, 7 p,\T 1,.-,KRY,
J.AMES.BRYAFR. ..HENRfY PARISH.
JAMES McBRIDE, tEITBEN "WITHERS,
.h-,HN ADAMSA_. WILLIAM SCOTT,
.I,_,HN H.\AGGERTY, F. SUyj._jI'.
* -. C..VHPLANCK. PS.TEh 1. NEVI1S,
JCHN ._i] N:STON. R ICHRA FR D IR V! N.
J,_.S. KENO.kCHAN. C. V. S. 1Ii-0l.SEVELT,
JOHN I PALMER, E. 1-,. HUt, LbUtJT.
. L--'RILLART', GL-._. p. POLLEN,
.JAMES M,.t-'ALL, W.\M O'(LGATL,
LOWELL IIOLBro ,,-,I(.
T'he u,,der i.h -01 the above ',_,ll'p iV,_ arnd are cIjp,-,',\ertd to is-
*'SI.I,-. i,,_,lici,- ,:,f ll' ii a'iai,, t I,_,'-" ,_,o dain ai.'"e
bv fire, on as favora.le trn- a., .,iler.' ,,,d ,lticf ,
NOUr;::-'E & .STONE,
A|:,alathI'o:,a, Ma'cl, .'3, 1_44-. _"lW aterst.
r ii-id- ETNAA INS1%iXAC E COMPANY 'of
a- Hartl. I (, (, I'n. r-T,,; ur,,nlerSllled agtent ior
tlhe said Corr)pa,-y. is frepird to: isute |:,.,lucles of
liirl.lraice against Fir .,' and id -,;,-., &,.i" d a ge on
rivers, or| l0v, orable terimS. The eap.il: of the
above c pany is lai',"e ad invested II1 thle safest
,, S ,[*2" 1'Ie nianiiel'. an-d its QcIfi.lerit (i t -,of lols s hae
aIwa'.s been i:,rorupt ard liberaI .
DAN'L J. DAY, .Vet.


XTOTICE.-All persons aviir-a, clalnis iidi"-.
M n Th W,., illiarn?, late ,fJackso'n, county.
ceased. are required to present the sume duly.
Whenticated ithirn the thene prescribed t, law
tlhis n,_tce "ill. be p,-ad in bar of their re-
avery. All peisons ind-bted'-to"gaiNdestate tre
questedT-to make i i tm m e, l a t e el t le r n em ,
THOS. SM. WHITE, Administrator.
Marianw,a Jan. 19th, 1-44. jan,20 ,-',-,n


TllhoiSas ES. ,ls'ay,
HAVING ,ope1ted a Tail,.rig
E-t~d-lishrmerii ii the room lately
j. CC ,Uie. l,,, D. H. ]Pallais. E -.
S\\ al',lh-i,,ake, >,ii,',=,:tly, ,,,_-r Mr.
F. Kop,,i,'s store. w\ ere heois
pieIarnt- r.., execu.it,_. :il br ers in-
t 'O\ fc.k ma lnlt e Inaroi' .-air,. a d t.i d .i-u t I
to) L'e g ienera! iati.la_.toM n to;
thoe ,.who, a, .favor 11 11with
t t elI ,'r p atroi ,-.. ...


Tax Nolice !
IN con-,rmity with an O'dinance. passed by
thel-, M\..rand Council of the Ci O of Apa-
.;,c,,l,,. M a,.ich *:'d, lS44, e,,title!d *A Ordin-
ance ,) rvis .a Revetn e for the use of S,iid City."'
I, Peter "H,,bait, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied u i anor, % ar1, o will on tho__ t0h dd, or, De-
cenber nemt, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in lrniriofl otte
Apalichc,'.,Ia'Esclian-e. pe r ree,. t,:, sell .at public.
outcry to the I, hlest b1,d.] -I :A". .., iiicli of r he i ,fol-
lowing d,,scrLbt1d pi:r, i, w01. bring double
the amount annexed, tmortier," with all cum-ts and
.clh r._-e-s o,:f sale. :;, q : ,. :-


M arL "3), 15 -1- ; .: U
TatloIi' gI
:71-! TERM. --(-..h D1!h'r,'.Y. -.'_
S1n ii,4 ,tnnl ,Suniiiiiir F-.ilfuin. j'.i~l ,,',i~'t .
"FttE qu, l'cL~el t,;sp~ectll.il[y
<; in;:,rn .- tlhe (_tizens of 1,:, a l id i-
C ,_,.1.. n di:l Its vicirilh t il,.t ll illi,-
foitb r 1t I S U I 11 ii, eV Il,:,ai -d 1 1i s 11 a It
the I _i-ce ,,f R. J. M o\,ss: E-;.. o-,f
C1-1e.ill-it -;.ee t prepared, ald
It 10 e t CI' ,:,- 11111tll
will t:e pi'_..se,]--,.r rr,,j-,n,,bl~e
term-'llo-'l execiilt, all ,:i,._rs iii his

-- ,-,nid w jr1i'.in, tevl h_, s1il.
N E.-B-,:.-. G tarme,,ii p:, i ti,:icuil. ri., ,ttei.iJ-d to.u
JAS. '. C.-iLEMArJ. I
' A l.,alaclic .la. June !si. 154 \. j,. i f
. L. A. LeGay.
;(AT THE OLDISIAND-OF JA1CO)B1 FOGLE,)
;), COLULIBU'r, GE,)R GIA.
**'s ^..-, ....v S, T A K ES tl i'isl ii'etl1od ,f liir -
tin tl4 e publ ic h:, 01 t lie lit .s iuist.
... ,'cf,,rci- d from New York, ,with a
Ile,%V a >.l spleridid ,-s,' ttrti enlt ,:,t
J E W E L R-,
C,,si-t in m .,.-it fGold'ard Silher atchie-. .
new al,,tti-'ln of beautiful Bcea-tpns-ami.,ii; theni
some DIAMONDSof. the:first water-God aim
Silver Tuiut,1ez. Gold a a 6i .I rl\.e1 P,:.,n,,'iIs, Go1M
and Silver Spectacles,., Gold, V'~'[,
Chains, Silver 'Spoons, Plaik]-d Ca't-rs. M, ,i!e
Clocks, t Knives,, &c.&c.., whichhe will sell
low Tor cash. l 7l ---':7 : >,) :.
FULL JEWELED GOLD WATCHES AS CHEAP A"
: g .'e'EJTY' DO L i :iS ,-.'. i.
All kinds of Watches and Clocks rep76:1're e'.] ,:, n.1
warranted to perform, well. .- : : ..... : ..*
N, B. Persons residing in":Apalachic,-,la., ,r
along the. river, wishing their thes or .,h,-,
them by trustworthy, hands,, during theolo :,t ii,:-
season, can have. tlen ,r.,epaired by.Mr. Lit(.;,iY.
and returned with nearly the same despatch a6,
though his establishment were in Api,5,,lahic.,a.
,, Colum bus, Ga., Oct. -15, -..-,.:.I.I. "-I1, tf /


FrHEti t,6i11. .-er fur tl(e P,1R TE(T-ION
A N.-.._ E .O-)MI:'.ANY, (l Harti.id,
Co-,11n.,.w ith till po,,;.wer to I,.'-,elC f 1-i ',:,11.6s0ks anid
to is.9!.e ?I-id.,h.es ,on ;I as aix ,ioblu terrnrs as otler
17o10d t:, ..,'', is Ire.,i d to .,i .iue ai.,ali, loss or
,ar'iir. e bhy File. and a tso lo ta.;u Malaiile and fit-'
la rd rl.-k,1 k lI e e|'.,iLititIJri ,-.1 tilS C,_,i.iprir I', or
stllii-_' 1,.isses \v ith ti t: il-pt e a d lildi riolit is
well I.n,,w\n. DA.N'L J. DAY, '-
.- :,alachh_,la, A pii'l .5. 1~-1l4.
il. Slyd icy G'_eea, I. 0.
IR G RE- EN ll-i; tt i-,opp[-, i.lily .,t e.,pres-
tin,-" ii-: ,ratii ,.lr?1 I,,I-, patrons n.,J t, astUre
th ,l'im tha it I- lr 1, It- co!b-i.itlt -iii avtr" 1o ren--
diel l~iut i mote in.:iii:' l',,! inl hi.- f Ilt e iol;-.S~~
C- O ,fic. on C,.-l( li. tit-- i dr A arr sriveer. dec25
IL, tW Sl~tl'Bll, H
ATTORNEY.\- C',-_UN>-ELLt.,R AT LAW.
ANTir L for "tho fur -vne red-,- in flli city. ;All
%,' w h,, have coi, iail,.ed I.fol 1-,, i, e;.- ,) his
,cU, ir \' h_!e a ie-_,]eili~of ',..i.ili,'y. \\iii plehase ad-
,i0r:s- hiiin ai lilts irl .-e. He will c,:,,,i,,ie a I'ei-
l;:i ;ilt,.in d~inci?, ni -o u rtie coO~ i!tS o t J ck .-o u .an d
,-it -I,- i oi.,i tieF, mid ihe 1,i 0t ot A p:ea1!5 at
tiailnit},-: r.. ,.- i ; .
-'li ," o\ei -W A N-23o1,a,'.-, r .-. ;,\ atI r .-tr' .t,
A imai.i, ,,i.ol., Ji,,,.. 4, 1`.44.
Jamecs F. F Barrtor.
Pli'T W'ARL-I'lN .,.ND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Ap;.bcla ;.ot a F1'.
1 aI a lN.V t1 v.% vs I.. I.,,bd t. ,e,--it the- ,e of Farrior &
Co. N.... 44 ,t,. st. '" ,v.,uld resp,-, ttitlly so
licit the patro,:,i:e ,o.f ,hi Irieil.t awd "c ,uain-
tances.. t dec25
Ligon 1& OWveiSBq,
-ATTORNEY'S '- kCO NbELU.;RS AT LAW,
- --- ..... -'Abine.MT-le 57, Tio,:,, ,7A-a. ._-. _
W ILL F,,,-ci,:. tie C',urt, ad Circuit

S 'Coutl,' i.,f tkeiountieaofM on.rvtgeryPike,
.Coffe, Dale, Henry and'-Barbon, ,.'.4,.,-_n', the
eighth Judicial Circuit of the "t..i,- of Alabama.
L WOODSON L. LUGON,
.'- +. Abbeville, Henry co., Ala,
1HASTINGS E-. OWENS, : :
S .... .... "lr,-., Pi.e co., Ala.


BlI:,C s. Lots. "-'o wh,-,rn a on ed. ., cls.
: i __A. T. Bennelt,..... -..V C c,
D '24. .
C2 1" 15 C. E. Bartlett,.. .. L...
H-2 3 7 L. Birdsal ........... 2 ,.,
HT J. .-... 4 J. C. Birdsa1.... .. 2 50
-b21 '.-..; . 1 "2 C a lh ,o u r, d- B a s s . .. 1 10 i0 0
A.I 1 J ,hn .Eva s,z .. ... . '-' -
A. 1 &1:6 .;5:(.1 '
H? ^ ^-^11'^1'-----^00
Imr, p'd E L" -II'.- J., n Giliore,. .... .: .2 503
1 ,3 6 F R t i 'I t1 fi n . .. . .. 1 i )
J 1 9 '-' Est.te ,o' John GUH" q *' 5
C.2 & 7 Jarc.,b H :,rv>v,... ... 7 ".1
Itnlp'd A-2 Johi, Kerns_,........, ., 3. 50
.alinp'd 10 3 J,!m,, enned ,,. ...I.P. 3 n" e
S, 2 J. "C. 1Love,.. '. ..'... ..... 3 0,.
17 3 W illiam Low,.... ^.,. .. :S '),_)
pB2 11 Clharles'1 ,McKii-e ,,.. n )0
Im p'd E-2 10 J. M .artin,,........"..'..,. 4'--
Im p'd,\lA'A- M iicli ell M -arzell, ....... '3 -
E2 A Jno. T. bM\rwick......... 5"03D
FI I t Josept Mittchell'...:.".1.A 4x,0
E2' 0 9 K. McKenzie,........ 5 00;
HI 4 1 & 17 R1 MaitLiid %. sons,-1... 1 00:
Hi ;q ": 12 Peter and Jos.Mitchel.. 6 00!
15 8 A. J. Norris........... 300
3 7 70_.1den &:Ferguson,..,. 1 25;
-Irp'd C2 ',00' Da,'t[. Ryan,,,* ....,,,.. 3 25
Ilip'd A 00 John, Ragan,............ 2 25i
Imo'd .12' "A-F mrn Wlhite. ......... 3 00
*.... r.2;q.-.7 ......' *; .^ r" ' "- '--*'#"~^* ...." ^i
Io, 15. 10t0'y Williams,....... 6 00
: -. : "" PETER HOBERT,-. ;...
: ." <" ;" City Tax Collector.
.-Apalaehieola, June 7th), 1.44. # :je-15 6m
:,C ,o li n ~i ,ii ao ll ][]I i sil s ; : ,
' ++7:.`` ;i '..: + New-'YorkkMarch 12th, 1844.
1.\11 1I'H a kralefidse of i,,iiesW derived
from a h ,.- :',-rierc c.of r -,re t ia n twe ntyt years in
Com,-,rciad and other. b,.isucsm pirsuilp, and"good
Iacilities, i ihe'uLnehWsinred tender their ser'vic'es.
as COMMISSION' MERCIH-:ANTS, ,or 0e4 pur-
cI;se ar,1d sale -.:A 11 kinds Of Pr,-due, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business Bill be coilucted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to p ,r,_m pt re-
turns tor all sales eft,:ted, and answers -to, all
orders with.which they m ,a be f' .,,'ed.: -7;
Bills (A, Eehar~e ,'ranr arik aist shipments, of
Cotlon or other Prd:,,.Ice, will be duly honored on
receipt of In,,voice arid Bill La,0dins,, or by.special
agreement ltr funds at rrmatucity, \vith .advices of
responsibility ofdrawers." : .
;'- -FOWLE, .DE COl N:-&.CO.,
mar30 6m ... 7; S Pearl street.
'"O-PARTNERSHIP .NOTICE.--TTHOS. M.
U DOYLE, of the late "fi m of "DOYLE &
:BUTMAN," '^,i etha B titl isi, NNewI" Or.lea'ns,
has tliii dv\ ass\ci.-,d with him-in businesss. Mr.
.HENRY 91ILVELL, mnd will colitiriue the
Grocery, S),iCp I und.-ilery and Cotnmission "BUsi-
ness, at" ri, old staii, ,,under the- namne,, and finn.
of "1DOYLE BI '&WELL.
THOSE. M. DOYLE,.
.... .. ...'HENRY BIDWELL.
New` Oileas, July "1st, 1-11. .;jy6 lin


e


4>


.. WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.
'. a,- 0 .i'_ Sp'iL'. are';" well lIrnown that we
d.,thirk it ,..ei. ,ir t,., tri,, le the publi, with a
li-,"' al'la' ,,f ceI tfi,'.jtts, settfiri'-." fourth t!,ei '.r. laim s
I.o lh," patr,)fv-e ol' tile it%,alMd, as well as the
,at ,'0. ." ,1I,,: lo ad pleasure,:-.-We wiil therefore
o0lH.ivite the attention ,:,f the reader- to the 6:,4-
I,,'.% in better fr,-A1-i 1):,ct. J. J. Bo-,-:, e1 of Colurm-
bus: .. ... .
COLUMBGUS, M-;rch .,].1_U.
D .:,r Si'--It is ,.e ,ou I,; thle aco. ,riiodatirii
7iid cuteons lroprier of the VW irl ., Sprin'ixs, ot,_
Merriweilier ;,,r,'--It is due the public who
rl.:v -Wl-li to,: lea.,\e their ,:.xn home.,s and firei' esM -
,d ri,,i, tli.- sicki. ,;son, to; seek a pIlace w er
t-hev ,7 n c ii t,.y fialth, a id '.ll the ,0 -1', A tt ._ l,
,uIl'iv.,t,-.;1 ard,, r ted soo t.rV, to ,,:,irt t lli e tr.
the W .,rn-, S|.l:.riiss. In its Tp,,.r. i,-:da l tu'a-
-. N f t r -. --- t-. in
tion, it i- i.ir,,'l[iestiorilhly ilit'irior t,- no \Vatfrlng
place il thle Urited States. The M,-.d,.icirl- vir-
tues ,,t ts W ate,'s Ir,-, t e,. Cli-iird aiia ;sis s,.-
mittet to the public by tthe States Geo,:,z,-._ist.'has
atd ever will exert a a ii,nlhuence ove-r Rheu-
ratisnT ; Ei ..,:!itis; Laryngitik ; IHipert-itts; Di; r-
rher;.D se ,t ,r ;D islpep.,s a ru d all- iseaste s of th ,-
skin a,,d lidM i,, S. s." L "
lIn'addiessit this note to you sir, I havebonl'y
ciplied wvith tlle earne,-t, solicitatianrs of some
kind :friends who have b.eri ,itlIer radi."allv eured
or greatly benefited by the c uratires ,;,f the Waters
of thie Warm Springs- .. ,.+.-:
1I am, dear sir, with, senti,erts of. high consi-
deration your obedient servTant,
J. J. BOSWELL.'
To Col.'S. R. Bonner. +
Warm Springs, 3Mrriwt!e' Co. Ga., April 24


,i'^ .30 B-ge w tB_-r d '
"W HER-EA-k.S, on the night 6t",the 1 .th istnt..
t etif, d,weIlitng house of George S. H.,tvk ir-,
E-'I.was destroyed by-fire, and is supp,.,.,et li
4he act of some incendiary., N,_,w lioefor,, riy
virtcu-e of the powers in me"\--t, d ,, a rM.,\ of
'tie 2Iry'of Apalachicola, I hireby o ci r a Ire-,.%'.-r',
-of T\\'O HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS
,for 'the afppeiehe -ii_ ade,:,,,',ctilnr of te p"rsn
or persons committing-ther act- and' it is t'uoher
eij.-.,ivd 'a.nd required of-all Officers and Lood-
citizens,to- use diligence'in detecting theta o.1,-I-s.
Give%4n.i uider miy, hand, ii t!-,e City of ApIaclIihi-
col.-I, thls,2 -2',1t day of Jun.-. A. D. 1844.
ie22- It DAVID G,. RANEY, M'vayor.
Ani Oi'miinim .ce
Provid iil fof iliO l ir 'e-:i f o(A, tdei L t:C.
Section 1. Be it, ordained 1.,, te Mayor *o 1,I1
Council of the C('1 of Apialatcliiol.i. That in all
cai-re, ufpon., c,_,rh'lai i ng made of the violation
of,any ordin..no1 -A ;i..Id. -.i ry to the M0..\ Or, he
shall bh a'.*':, 'fall, power. and tlW1'ityJQrit. Io l-i.le _hi,
warran't direc.ted'to [hre Marshal of said.city, .,-
lrn idin', ]lifn to a'l,-.t lhI _, p i ,A P.,i "- -_i-.o com-
4din ,'m d 'ig tlamlt, arid'-d,- "iii 1i! h, li:.r or ili,.,i Um til
otherwise6 (orIererd by the Mayor..
.S.c. <2 Be it further ordained, That in aliases
when judgment niay be, rendered In 'ine Myor'
CCoulit ,against any person for. a violation of iy" of
the oinat ofsaid:t ,c.i\-, the' Judge ot said
Court m ay rem it such :oi'[ 'l of said judgment.as
in, lit nL-1-0 110i.ii ., be proper, when its appearing
that such offence was eomilliliied .itder rmnit2..itiri,L
eireunstances. -
Passed by Council 30th ?,lay, 1844.' "
DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.


|tnie% of Wginal'iage.
-T-HE ol :, !,, -o are the '--C WhaVh.rfiae on
J ,,I[ *[ Cotton. Merchardlzse, se. land or ship-
ped from the \Vliarfat hl,is Port:
On Co,,tt ,er :,ale, id,.: ........61 cents.
On'" ." .. .. sl-,l-p ,ed. ....6{ .' ,-
n O r n G ood per b nr 'el, la ,,hdr d :sti- .. "
> m ating five cubic teet o-,r "-,_i tbs. :". .
iiett, eql,.,id to 6 L b;-rr.;-l.. i ......... 3' "
On G d p, r barln_, -v[hilpped.,. ..,3 % 3
'" ,lt, per sack, landed ... 3 "fc

"-... W o.. p '-hord .... ... .'2;;,,. 5 ':
per LAer. per teett........ .. 5 1.
Bricks. per M ..............5u "
'S_ i i,-, es, per IM I............ I '.
S.-icks o r,-teal. cori'n, oats', or
".. other ier,'.liarndise, eoli[,iinig
il,.,t inolre thani three tnshi:-lh ..'2 "
All luli-u ber. salt or !fr'h,.i ldi-,. sl~ipptd on
.board vessels or team-boats. Ir',ni other 'esse
.teambl:,oais .or. rafts, ihnu at the wvharf, %%ill be
--charged oneM ]-iral'e onl'y -
"Vharlaie. 0 cottnii, or other mercharulise- latid-
ed, to be paid hb the corlsisaree: and wIhnv slIip-
ped by (lie party taking the bill of Ladirng.
All E zoods wd mercliandise not eitlnerated.
above wiil be clv-ir'zed at corret-,iJpodir,-v rates.
Vessels, lighters and steairm)oats, 1%irlg at the
Wharf, and not, recei iing .r dischlargig cargo,
will be required to pay forbthe use of-the berth the
sumnof two dollars and fift cen'v s per da'iy, and to
give w ay to vessels or b,.,ats'la fiditnr dischal'ng..
T-" ,c'h "R, ,ii-o win Ai t.- ticle o, ttVo Re-gu iatiorIs oI tl1e
Apaachhicola (Chambeir'.of Conirlllce, will be
+ strictly adhered to :- .
"Cn-,i.-.tee of cotton stall be allowed three
days for their ottLon to rearn the, harf, and
purchasers two days, without i,.tFrTtrring exina,
Whaiaa'e.i If after notification by the % harfinner,
they alfowft to remain a longet tinie. the,, shall,
incnr,. .. extra fh.,ila'.'e f c'rts per bale. frr
e\. iv tw ntyI-l orl r h,,tus that it'ie:mair, s tthereaf-
ter. 'Wood" and luirber shall not be allowed to*
rerrain more than twenty-four hours without in-
curring an extra whirfag- for twenty-four hours,
thereafter." '
All bills will be presented rmontlhly for cullec-
,ion. ..NOURSE STONE.
A p:,jlacl.ic,...la, B 4, .1843 ... ... ;f "


N OTOE.--The cbl-partnership heretofore ex-
i stig"iu.'tlis' place between the, subscribers,
under the "irm 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 Ordaned, by-the..Iin,>r and
Council of the City of Atpalachicola, hf-at from
and after the first day of -September next, the
following taxes shall be levied upon all pIassengers;
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. : ;+
See. 2. Be it further uralntd',, That.theown-:'
er or master of each and every vessel arriving at
this port, after the first of Seopfniber 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 upori 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 shallbe 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 I-tospital,
under such regulations as the Mayor and Council
may prescribe.
Passed by Council, 20th June, 1844.
DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.


SUNDRIES.-10 bbls Cider Vinegar;
2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia; "
6 chests Teas, green, black, &c.
10 kegs Saleratus; 3 doNmtmtr,;,s and Cloves
10 boxs Gr,$ud Pepper; 4 d,: Spieces;
55 !.,asktkts Salad Oil; 5kkeis Bar Lead;
. 30 bags Shot,.assor.ted ;. 1 c&se SWrdines;'
c eases. Pickles; 1,d6`Preserves; .
5 'doT:,iato Catsup; for sale by
S "DODGE &8; GA R DNER,
ri:'+1 '+ /41.1 W ater'street.


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


"N CONSIGNMENT :-4 hhds CROCKERY
Ware, assorted, for country trade;
Ch4wing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left-
wich, Va., some superior cross brand; "
Dry Gtods, 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.


PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
100 kegs White Lead;
5 bbls Liseed Oil; 5 do Lamp;
75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes;
100 Ibs Verdegris; Paint Brushes;
Coiel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &c.
Just received, and for sale by
B. S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.
AXES.--A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes,
just received and for sale by
apl3 B ELLISON & CO.. 3T' Water st.


C"HAiRS! CHAIRS!!-Received per, ship.
Marianna- -: ., ',n,
10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairst ....:" -
3 ( '*< curled +"= '-^
2 Boston Rocking Chairs,
,1 ,ah gany -. 4 "' "
Also--Sofas, Sideboards, Beaure'adi, Tabes,
Bedsteads, Washstands, Curled Hair "f-attrasses,
Feathers &c.,.all: f which wv-ill b sold h:ow for
Cash, by \ PETER' HOBART.
march <'


WEDES IRON.-Ass0rted sizes, just received
and for sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
ap27 33 Water street.


ROPE & BAGGING.-Northern Bale Rope
and India Bagging, for sale by
ap'20 1-) 3 ELLSION & CO., 33 WaMor sl,


INSURANCE AGENCIES.


;"*''L-E GAL -NOTICES,.


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.a ri~~i- n Superio, dr lourte. .
,,."-; AT'CHAMBERS.
Jgbprt J. Floyd, comp't,. _,, -
....... V. ,. --No... CHANC'ERY
0&ftis'and Griswold;'-el al;f: +
IT ":defendantv: 1 -'
fa"-idop'earlfg 16-. 11i Cbi.irtt "rom'a" Edavit filed in
"thig-cause, &liah-a.id Lewis Ct't.is and George
_Griswold, trustees, 1'tf -the -ra.-c-Chicola Land
Company, and said'Jcrhn M. Berrien and David
Selden,"Who' "a -deffetfdants i8'said cause, reside
blond the limit, of.this Territory, to wit : the
aidCurtis. and Griswold, in the state of New
-;Y'(rk-. and-. the said Bernen and Selden in the
itaite 0(-Geltgia,-. 'It ,is.ordpred, that a notice be.
..'pMb~l'shed'orice-a Week-for the space of four men chs
-TO- the'"-ommiercial Advertiser," a newspaper
-p,eanted in this-districti before the entiuing term.
of said Court, requiring said defendants, aid each
-&Jthem,'-to' appear and answer, otherwise the
:-o0implain.nts bill will be taken pro confess
againstt them .(a copy-teste.)
,GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
"* Apalae-hicola, May 30th, 1S44. fel 4m
Fntnkljin Super or Court.
, . .. .., ,A4T CHAMBERS..
Robert May, comp't., '
vs; ...... IN CHANCERY.'
Curtis and Griswold, et al.,
defendants; !
'T appearin"fto the Courtf from affidavit filed
-1. in this cau4e, "that said Lewis Curtis and
ry^Orge Griswold,. trustees of the Apalachicola
Land Company, and said John M. Berrien arid
David Sld~n, whd are defendants in 'said cause,
-reside' beyond tri_ limits of,thi, Territory, to wit:
-thbi Maid Curtisdand Grisw6.ld, in the state of New
York; and the said Berwuen and" Selden, in tlie
stateoef Ge'orgia. It i.'p.)rdered, that a notice be
published oncie a weak tor the space of four inonths
m the ."Comnmercial Ad'vertise," a newspaper
printed in-.h is district, before ttle- ensutng term
of said Court, Yeqhiriri. said'defendant-, anlfd each
of them, to appear and. answer, otherwise the
complainantsbill will be take pro coifesso:
against them. (a copy-t- este)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th,1_4. je. 4m
Franklil. Superior-Courit.
!^:':"' AT, CHAMBERS. "
Thomas L. Miechel,'comp't.

Dodge, McDougald, Calhoun" ;"
and Bags, ti-ustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-
chicola Lot Company; .N CHNCERY.
,.Lewio Curtis and. Gleorge :
Griswq.,.trustees.of t(ie ;
,_._Apalachcola Land Co.:..
.. ..- M vers,. assignee iw-
bankruptcy, of George IV.:
Ross, de'feniants.
IT appearingto'.tile Judage by affidavit fled in
this cause triat said Daniel McDog,il,, Jatnes
S. Calhoun and Charles3 L., Bass; LQwis Curtis
and George G!'isold; and -- My:eJ&, reside
bevoud the limits o( the Territory, t!"- it: the
Paid McDougald, Calhoun.and Myers, in the state
uf .eorgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the
etite of New York; and the-said Bass iu the state
of Alabama. ,. Lt-is ordered that a notice be pub-
lished once a wyeek for,Aihe'spaee Of 1*0uri 11out001h1
before the enguing term Of this Coulrt, ill tile
S'" Comm'ercal Advertiserl'a newspaper printed in
this District, requiring said defendants to appear
andr -aiuI vT.T- r.- .....: ... ....
be taken pro eonl'eso: against them.
(copy teste) .
-c. GEe. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicol'a, May .1st, 1S-14. jell 4ri
M ala dliieola jiSti'iCt of Florida,
apA Superior Cozw.--Franklin County,
J"phonse Loubat, IN" CH =LNCERY
V...... "" C .H, I '"
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgaue

TT appearing to the Court by atfid-ivit, that the
said David D.,-Churchili' the above defendant
resides beyond the jfrisdiction or this Court, and
put of. the Territbrv. of ;Florida, but within the
United States:.' Pt.i ordered, that publication be
.wade in sobl-e.aewspaper published in the city o
Apalachicola, once a week for four months, re
S quirig MIt'to~lipp'ear and answer the said bill of
bV1il'Ai'nV-oq or -before %the. ex-pira-tion of. tha
tim e,,o.,thq saidd b'lf will be taken as confe.is,
,l.jn[t im, and such further order gi'eu in the
=W s em -s9 to the Court may seemi justice.
-1 6 ___ i} EO. F BALTZELtL,
t"- .'.^L.B A.NeH, uterik.
*o :G ^- Solicitors for "Com'pl'ts.'
( f te [ h O! .a ,''F 'e b 2 8 1 S4 4 iT i l i 4 n
-+,1*7 y'loinklin Superior Court.
.l -:,;!n-". -. *', Spring Term, 15t41.
,', fA,-Seremres,),
y"-' .,..: ,g.- re..' . Damages $:500--Attatchmen'
S^- rpHEI de~fefioant and all persons interested at'








"*JL notified' of'ti institution of the above sui
-nd.are required to appear and plead as require
,by law., ; '-'" ':, ''; -" '*. A-,G. SEMMES.
,.Apalachicola, Jan.,.-8, 1844. ap120 3m
;i- fcu-En lin-Superior Court,
r.e. i' -:. -.'** -'; Spring Termn, 1844.'
tyllyr Bush &c Co. ')
(,.a" "va ph'"h er :> Foreclosure of Mortgage,
,. .,.,E~e .e dant and all persons interested ai
.. ^,. 'L hereby'notifi~edof the institution of the abo\v
<' -. a Mit, and that I' .wilapplv to the Judg)e of tr
S, &'." Spertor Court of Frahk'in County, at the Sprit
-\" + JAM~a-ofaaid Court, 18445for a foreclosure' of sai


42-.,. iKrtage. A. G."SENMES, Pief's Att'y.
***.i *+ 'Ac"e!achicola, Nov. 24, 184. .-' ap120 3rn
-..4, iAr..|lnkltn SUperi, Court.
.-' Wm. Lawrence, ) '
t "" [ "r-. '" ..d+ a. Bilil,%f Divorc(
:,+ Jdð',iavdene.6, formerly
"^a Y/ Elizabeth Burns. J .
'-" ,.9 -E defendant in this case will take"uptic

/ -. 1 : thal4 on the first day of October next, 1i .wi
#.a' pd to take the depositions of Timothy Smi
.1' f t "above CPt theClerk'Office in the CA
* :j.poiachtcola, at which time and place tl
-ta -tid defendant may attend.
R. J. MOSES, At'y for Pl'ff:
.' Apalachi.cola, June 25,1844. je29 3m
-In Jackson Super~or Court,
..: -.;0 i To the Spring Term, i844.
S ; flames Boon, )
'Va .+,.. LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
-.,ety Boon. )
'nPHE defendant in said case, will take,-oti
A..!. that we shaU proceed to take the testimt,
f -,Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, William Gay, Willi;
: -. l.ftKtor gtod James Bdrnes, Esq., on Monday t
S..Wixt.dW of May next, at 10 o'clock, A.M.,
the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Moun
North Carolina,,'by interrogatories-now filed wi
A.e Cterk of said Ctwt.
YONOGE & TAYLOR,.
Solihitors for Complainan
Mari a, April ?d, 1844. ap9 l


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.A ial.i-,, .1 ',-,la, A pril ", 1.-14.


*: i. *- ; ..-,+ Refers io '
Cql..A McAliit'er;6,1 .... T a
%i A T ,\ n ... ? H :,,rs c o A la '."
Gten.-AJ. l.c--Ulister,) .
Maj. Jeft;-i's,_,n Buford, Euf:,t0li., Ala.
Hon'le. Jo, E Belser, M.iIt-,irIe,', Ala.
Gen'l' John: ,)ill. F,,rt tGali,,es, Ga.
-M essrs. Cl.,es v. r & iIcGrIt. Afal'a.'Fa.. .T
+ Ja,,,,,,r\ i'5t1,. i- 1-l1 j a ,:.:-, tf


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BR0oU ,t, Allea l& Co.,
H -AVE on" hand and for sale;.::; -' I
Sheet'and-bar Ironi,;- Blakmsuirli's Tools;
German, Eiiglish Elizier'anil Caist steel;
Cauldron ir. [ie Ie tri 21) it- 120 -alls;
Hollow Ware, wholt-sale and retail;
'; Wrought and Cut Spikes;', Nails;
. Brass Ardiir ;: Fire Irons;
"P. -latform P:ale.IBeam and-Balances;
Tin Wart- of all kinds, wh.Ieh.Lretail.-
Also, aga, erai ass,)itnierit of Hardware.
They are zfl1o prepared .to oteid ti.> am-y orders
for Iron or frass'Casings, EI,i:ksntihu, Tin,
Copper'-i Sheet Ironwork, or. Tin and 'Copper
Roofing on roa son able rernis. janl ly

-Drngs, anjf d I edicineIs.
T HE subsdriber tias taken the Store in Bitz-
ell's Buildings, formerly occupied-,by Mr. B
T. Carp, 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.
apQ0 B, S, HAWLEY.


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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: August 24, 1844
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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= VOLUME- IL] APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 1844.. [NUMBER 35. y :

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IDVEln'ISEU' CAR D S. To the American Bar. Bi" AUTHORITY.RESOLUTIONS. i obtain an appropriation, to pay the cliams of said ; :

fOl.\lERUHL) \ --- THE undersign contemplates putting to Press men. f I
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EVKHY MONDAY ensuing Spring, volume of Be il further Resolved, That as soon as thia

PUBLISHED BY Win. G. Porter fc Co. "SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE ADOPTED BY Till LEGISLATIVE. Cll., AT ITS preamble and Resolutions are adopted by the Leg { "

R. A. DOMINGK &; J. L. \VTMAN.e DEALERS IX GOODS: -VXD: .COMMISSIONMERCHANTS. AMERICAN BAR." LAST SESSION-151 1. i islature, the proper officers be instructed to certify J

--- No. 41 Water Strc t. My brethren throughout the United States are to, and forward the same to our Honorable

v.fi- third story Haltzcll's Buildings, corner of P.Q\25: lv Jpalarhirola, Fla. requested to aid me with contributions from their Preamble l and Resolutions.WHEREAS. I Delegate in Congress. ,

Commerce & Chestnut streets, respective States, locating. particularly the The country: bordering on the Atlantic [Approved loth March, 1S41 ) ;

Ulcliay fc ZIu ho..nc, '* Scene" or Anecdote" in (me proper County or between St. Augustine and Cape Fioiida, 'It- '

AT THllKli DOLI.AKS, I'ERANNUM, C 0 M M 1 .S S I 0T" M E R C H A N T S District. As the contributions will be very numerous is becoming daily settled : and whereas, much inconvenience T-llE EXEMPLARY WIFE.Oblrt J f.

P VYABLi; IV ADV_VN'CE. No. i i j \. Her, street, and many of them from the far North and is encountcnd by those settlers in I i= he whose arms enfold 1 \ r

ats: of tc-i: lines or less: : (twenty lines: novl ) duchicola, Florida. West, I must request my fiiends to pay the post the want of a road to convey :supplies, stock and A contort virtuous as fair! '
\ rns.-n< --- he aided this utensils' for the cultivation ot the soil and where Her is far above the gold f
price
inserted age on them. I shall in! arnueing and : .. ,
) conspicuously JEREMIAH D.\ J. .
,, rt in propcirfioiO; L )DANIEI DAY.J.
T ::11 interesting; work by some of the oldest and most as, most of the brid'vs, on the Old King's Road, That worldly spirits love to fchare. :
follow iterates : D ,Jk Co.
at the Ay Members of the Sourhcrn Bar.fjC between St. Augu tme and New On her as on a beauteous isle,
; Smyrna,
: are entirely 1
j. o-ir. ?!'> "J i One month. $2: 50 C O :\I\II S:31 o Sll K R C H A X T S, distinguished : Amid life's dark and stormy sea,
t and unsafe.
Il' communications directed decayed
int'i-,.* 'W Tnree wv ks,.:2 00!) No. 52 Water street, All must be to In all his trouble, all his toil, )
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'f'ft't'\, : 111'' nn-s..') H > Two wet" H:', .* 3dfni t ianSly Ainlaohicoh. Fla.W. : me at Pen -acola, Florida." Be it therefore: resolved by the Governor and He rests with deep security.Evvn .
: 1M O.if Hlo"rtlon.l, Oi) RICI\ HD. ROE. Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, ,
:n'I1l-, _.\ fc 1.. C. liain, in th*> night-watch, dark and lqn
at withu IVnsacola, July 1st, 1541. That the Delegate in Congress from the Territory : : $
;V ,,' i i U-.TMS" 'i-' t= .\re"e any spe- C 0 :M M I S; S lOX M C R C H A X T S 7Xo. be, and he is hereby requested to that The distatl'lills IiTbusy hand ; -' ..
the ii'ier of insertions favorable the urge upon '
u i Editors to will
I hr.vi:'" n tto .1 Columbus Block.Apal.ichieola. { / undertaking Her husband in the gates is known
; tin1 1 f. it .vll: J u.ideistu.: that they arc to please copy.ERFUMERY7FANCY. body, the propriety of appropriating a Mallicient Among the elders of the land; ,(
they will there- u sum for repairing the bridges:! on the road leading It
household all
Her share
,> 'int-'ieil! : uxni. KORUIIS PlCLEsT&c! delight to
Liberal advance in.id-3 on Cotton shipped to All from St. Augustine to New S.ymrn.anll also for
.' ,- I' I IIi,t Je.l.it ,jr discretion, and charged 1) ; The food and raiment she bestows .1
\ 1 I. tt, ti2 tiJ iroai-u rates.L I Liverpool, New York and Boston, and al-o in Superior Cologne Water : cutting a road from New Snurin to Fort Pierc. Even she with a parental care f. ) :
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store. novl lvD. Lavender do. on Indian river, via. Enterprise. Regards their weakness and their woes. ]
.. \ i- Ttinesi'.s which the term of pub- .
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4) .ivi Uw will only} lie evcv ,ted Orange do. Be it further resolved, That a copy of t* foregoing )1
; /in.- V ; B. Wood tV Co., Bay do. Her pitying hand supplies the poor, U
f- ::1 tlu-a') tv<* rilf.f COIIISIOIEKCIlA NTS.No. Preamble and Resolution be duly ajiuenticated The widowed one, the orphan child,
E. ential Oils
., ,e' ,\,:1'l{ > bv. the ysir a liberal
,. i' ,v ill :>< :niJ ; out all advortisuments not jan Apjldchicola, Flrv.Marp.cr Hair Dye ; without delay. When sweeps the winter tempest wi[d. !
Balm of Columbia; I [Approved 1j; March, 1511. Her lips: with love and wisdom fraught, '. ,
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to their <>wi: .jisiness, as --- -- -- ----- .
-r! .tly ;i'-'rt.t111.1
Tooth Brushes assorted' I like the their
Drop sweets
& Holmes, : ; honeycomb, ;
-.1 ,tJ! I -.-i-lverti-ie.uenN scut mbv" tiu-m, l-
A-ili\ 'il 'ii.ir.jtfJ; at the tisinl rates. C O M M IS S 10)1 E It elL i \. X T, Hair do do Preamble and Resolutions.WHKRKA I The young are by her dictates taught,

\.. iii':Mounts: of candid( ) j.tes for o.TiCC: will ?\AVatci street, Clothes Brushes ; *, The navigdtoin ot Chrjstal river: isa The mourner her condolence meets.

', ur !,,.! KIVB aoLuvus during the canvas jan23 A.iaUchicoh.: ,. Fla. Playing Cards, French and American. consideration of gi\at importance, from the large Her lovely babes around her rise-
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--- Also, variety of Fancy articles Soaps, &.c., said river and Fair scions of ]
., ,' ia Hill -' advMiicc. ---- bodies at" fertile land- bordering: : on a holy stem .
c*$ $ in
i\-i' ti- wheijuhuisiiblc tf David G. Raaiey, just opened and for sale byT110S. the adjcent: conntry, the shipment of produce And deeply shall her bosom prize t' .
:
l'Iti icitioii. ,) < a
.! i -i' s : ( : '
\ ..MERCHANTAND P. JONF.S: & CO. The blessing she receives from them.
COMMISSION A: FORWAlibJXG from that s-ction of"country must naturally pass: : I
i .1i 'idi1.il! :mTs of '
Illnr i -i it are, or lie11..U \\
>r 1 : pi-JAL'SR! I\T < < >OD 1 I.> I is, ':1).aJ-*, ice., will :>j rharged for asli'VrtiS' : 43 vVater stn-'M. To which a transient fate is given ; : ,i 1
Ct-ntre
jy20tf treet.CURua .
of Benton
it is of outlets
: one tne Mam county ;
: i .' u.uts, at our I li i -t.tioi.: .u<2:< tin Al'd ielBeula. FU. I But hers awaits lasting doom'l' \
() \KU l.- The:c fore. I
: In the eternal bowers of heaven. I

_f* The f llo.vinT .je.itlemen; are our authori"its B. Ellison tV Co., =, of Manilla Cordage, assorted; I Be it Resolved by the Governor and Legislativr; --- ------ --- \ '

-,' 1 -.. : rid: they are e.nnr.vcred; to receipt DEALERS IX MISCELLANEOUS:; COODS, Jo bales Oakum, for ale (Itv Council of the Territory of Florida, That the BOOKS AND NEWSPAPERS. "J
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"'ir \\\i ivv34t of :a'iy sub-nations, alvertise- AXD CI ).\DI1:3IOIEHltlAST:::', DODGE ic (;JARDNER.aplO Honorable I)'ivid Levy: our Delegate in Congress, Sir John Hcrschell thus discourseth on the

So. %;> Witurirvt: : be requested to use hi-* best exertions, to value, on the part of laboring men, of cultivating
.
i' it ,.'r 'iri'iti':.:, t'j be ():' \'r.l! t-j us:- Ju \Vater stre(>t. procure \
1 ;. \i. > n1.\ v. :\Ijril:1'.aFl.1. df'cl lv '\II.ii"chic! lla, Fl i. an appro;)! lation: of t five thousand dollars, for the a taste for books and newspapers: jo-
SO bbs! of Lime, for sale low by removal obstructions from the channel of said Of all the amusements that can be
J >. > vv M ':zU.: Augustine, t'ltt. E. R. FLEWKLI,. M. M.FiexveSlea Bun'. LIME. imagined
.v'"- PKVVt: ? Jn: ij;IIal'b.; ..V Butt, ) fc RIDGWAY, river. for a hard-working mans after his daily toil, or

...\... .!').\I{..R, Brown's "Fern. Fi n. IF ACT u It ;..; : COMMISSIONMERCHANTS. per his :l lntLl.. II. HUGHES, Be it farther: In-solved, That a copy of the at intervals, there is nothing like reading: an interesting
jvG :1''atl'r street. foregoino Preamble and Resolution, be certified by or book. It calls for no bodily
A. >. .Hivw., :Aibanv, IJikorCn.: GaCARDS. : : : !: ; newspaper
;TOBTccb=ti ,zlro the ULcers and forwarded to Delegate exertion of which he has already had
L T __ No. 2 ColumbusI'.iock! d ;. :Miller's proper' our enough,
---- ---- Apaldfhicoia! : Fid CHEWNG Tobacco, jut\ recened ;tnd for sale in CoDgros-: :. or perhaps too much. It relieves his home of r .

OC5* Lib-jral advances m.tdt on Cotton .-hippeu ito by DODGE & ( ;JARDNER, [Approved loth; March, 1511. dullness and sameness. It transports him into i

-. -- .- ---- .----- --- -- ---- ---- _New___ __York_ _; ,__T..i\prj1olll___ __ _l u or__ILivre._ __ __ d23_ : <)mi jel-3 Jo Water str et. livelier and gayer and more diversified and inter
\ \I.t '\..tJRl.t\\: : H..t.\lBC";: &t'.c. "{ l i\JE = f\h- Preamble and Resolutions. esting: scenes, and while be enjoys himself there, J l
iiiuhl'onh c.\: i id\\'ar. TT DOW' "::5ortnl nt ot t
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n WHEREAS the of Tampa the he forget the evils of the present moment
.\ \ E It TIS E 'f E T B.. \- the latest ju-t! received and for port engrosses may
COMMISSION: AND }'OJtltUL'GrLnCIlNT patterns ,
,. .. : : chief part of tho! tarde, on tl.e Western bide: of the fully as much as if he were ever so drunk, with t

-\ -. c -- ,_....\ '__.I! _- l' -;, _.._.;_z r 1:3 ---JJ:f' ,4\ ..... ) alo by 11. ELLISOX 33: Water& Co.aplj .st. Peninsula of Florida, and from its f.ivorable position i- the advantages of finding himseK the next day ; \-

,\i>. l J.itJ: ; n'-'t: 6-, Vit. Pine strrcl.KZW Apalacliicoia. Florida. and tulvdijtairt's.: in a commercial point of with the money in his pocket, or at least laid out t
YORir.IM'LAN'MCil WM. H. KIMHROUGH.JoiI.V BAR LE.Utl) Ibs Jar Lead. view, will s-ion berotiif an important port : And in necessaries, and without the drunkard's miseries l

1. H1Dw..\Y. 5 14'1' ::ale bv whereas, \"j''Is[ Mitli-r !tzreat: inconvenience from of mind and body Nay, it accompanies him
f-
-I-: -- : K1MHALL, Pro -wr.Jis. Liberal adr'el11Jde: : on! Cotton con>i nt'
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or WaterM I h '""rot'.,! anvthine above
L. IL5i2: <'I'N *, iel -11 ,strel't. "r' (H' reading be the lightest, it eives
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Havre. d.-cl lvT. --- --- --- -- -- -- Be it rev.lved: : i the Governor and !him to think of besides the merem
\\IE CIJ.\ r TAlLull A CLOTHIER : by Legislative something
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,. 31. EZ. Council nt' the T. rritory cf Florida, That: our chanical drudgery of his every day occupation
\ ; :' lnll'fr.t/ 'U'Illit'tW'Il :,1. & C. Austin, prime assortment;; just received.
""E\.T : O"- 3vv : D.legato in Congress:; be. and he is hereby carne5t-1 something he can enjoy while absent, and look ;
.L ovl COMMISSION I : iM..RCiIAN: J ( i I I'S For rale by 1} ELLISOX 'c CO.,
______ __._ ___ ___ ___ ?'J \tf...' sii'i--' nt.oJ'7 \." t .. _h... lv requested, to nr.ro uuon Congress; the absolute:; forward to with pleasure. If I werp. to pray for'd
!: .rv "' ( t nIH AjMlachicola.Lihral ricrcsry ana propni-iv; or namig a iiuiu inucirelcrl taste;: iv atauU me under every variety of cir t

u M :M I S :S I O N M C R C IIA X T, : .ida'icc luadt on Cotton .,hi ppcd] toVew '\' ILtlEtH:: l'1 X E-:;, A.C.-The surribl'1'! : upwa Egmori Key, or some other suitable cumstances, and be a source of happiness andcheerfulness
has just opened} a ire:;h >npld| lof Drills!: place.: : to me through life, and a shield
J .!I. TJI"hlhuLl; -t.X York. novl l
N ir.
j. t.1 I Origins.! Lu; I --- -- -- -- -.- --- Y- Medicines::, &c.il orders from the country. Be it furtlir-r Resolved, That as:; soon as the foregoing against its ills, however things might go amis*, ...

> -v TIcos. L.COMMISSION JiH( hc). protnptl} attended to. Ji. S. HAWLKY, : preamble! ami rcsolutson: shall have been and the world frown upon me, it tvould be a taste
Holmefi'1
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; '; .r t \les.-r? Harder c I vt FOR \V A R D INGMERCHANT. jel cor. Chestnut it Commerce s-treets. adopted, a certified: copy of the same be forthwith I for reading." .
:. ti'iov Apali1chlcHla. Fl.i. ______ ___ I ,
: trans-milted to tho Honorable David Levy, by him I -
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>-'H-\K-T- L'.WJVC--: lIT, - Wi- :-.- II. WYATT.Lj ; No. 33 Water st. Apalacliicoia.dec" OX COX IGX\IEXT.-:1U: bbls choice Salt to be laid before Cr.ntrress[ ; as soon as ptacticable.Approved The Quarters of Life.-The seven ages of M
in order for
prime put up expressly: : IGth; March, b.t J. man have been proverbial ; but in respect to the
.S)iaf!>tf cV Wyalt, ly familv: use. For s-ale: bv"CHESTER
-- '-'-- -- -- j condition of minds, there are granted to the best:
\\J. H'il'-lS.: x C ).dlilO\ MiCKC'HXTS! .. I>oil are A: G H'ln"R., FARRIOR &. :J'-GRIFF. Preamble and Resolutions.Wiintr of us but four periods of life The first fifteen .
X.i .' New Loe and 1 T'hou )it.>nUt! I )
Water strict.TSSOLUTION ;
NB.V O3LEANS. ail; 20 lyJ. GROCERS \ COMMISSION: : :MERCHANTS, jet _-j 1 :.\:'. the county of Calhcun i without a >ears arc childhood. We know nothing y' "

---- ----- No.10 Water Mreet, OF CO-PAIiTXERSHIP.:; Coiirt-hou, and the increasing business of the hope. The next fifteen years are passion and romance

\\". U'oo __Ap..tldC'ic/lI.t_| :' Fla. The Partnership! herutofnreexistini:; under county, the inkrest of the people, and the adtninistr.ition -ice dream. During the third period of ..

C 0 I M M I < S I
Xo. 'I", C,. :J ic -I! Delorpstreet :-hould b.> trt-i-tid; fur judicial and county purposes: nature intended us to be. Character has formed :

New Ork-an La. novl] lyT2iomis No. 41 Watertreet.. Tnan
-- --- -- -- -- ------- janl Ap.ilafhicol.i, Fla.V. by mutual con ent. All claim (in.1 by said firm are inade.juate! to the building. of such houses, : meditate. This is the period in which we miybe

Bertram, are requested to be presented, and those indebted\ without onerous taxation : Therefore.Be said with most propriety to lice. The fourth

COM: ll I S: .S 10 NT: M K R C H A NT, \ A. '''ood.CODIISSIOX. to make payment to T1IOS. M. DOYLE, who it R :olved: by the Governor and LeirislaMVe period is i that of commencing decay. We may

No. ;"l Common !'tr et. FonT.RDrIEHCIIAXT, will continue the above business on his own account Council of I the Territory of Florida, That the grow wiser ; but it is a wisdom that"speaks in a

NEVI ORLEANS. fwd 1 lvRE I AND SHIP CHANDLER, the name of the firm to be used: in liquidation ,, Horiorablf David Levy, bo, and he i i"l hereby re- shake of the head. Pain and penetance begin-

------- -.- --- No. -J-'J: Water street, only. (Sidled) THOS.; M. DOYLE, I quested.) to obtain from Congress, for s-uch pur- we sorrow. Nevertheless, if the third period has

.. IL'; .\ \ >"'-THNGLE! : ; BUILDINGS.DoyEc !, :\pa1.t<' '(, __ novl\ 1y liEXJ. 1 HITMAN.New : I !i"a grant to said county, of one quarter section been: passed in providing against the fourth, nature

: ?: Ki:Itv( H. lioo..c & JIci( n1ie: Orleans, June 1-3. 1514. i} '"* 1m I oi laud to l be located by three Commissioners; to is changed, our declining jears are lighted
their
be said and that with happiness and love, and as they approach
clt-rted tiie of
SHIP CHANDLI-R.S & < ? HOCKR, C 0 MM i :-'S'_ : 0'\ M E1U'J il A NTS::i this ( by people county ; the
}have instead of naturally accompanying
-The undersigned day his 1'reanJs.u: an 1 resolution be certihY l by the destined end, gloom
V's. JA: J Delord -.tr"et, CornerA' Front I Levee, No. \;2V; ter >treet. NOTICE. a paitnerMiip iinder the name and proper otlic,'rand forwarded immediately to the decay, they are tinged with a ray

and at N> 2'i: X-atclier. street Apalaciiicula.Jon.v style of "GOLDSTEIN: [ & CO." for the'tr3n.,3c- Honorable! David Levy.Approved. from before them, the shadows are cast behind

:\. ORLEANS. M. Moo UK. ) tion of a general Wholesale Grocery and Com [ 13th:> March, 111.Resolution. 1 us on our path, feelings spring up, unfelt, even in
WM. McKexziK:, ) no\1 ly mission Business. D. GOLDSTEIN, the magic periods first traversed by us-ice re-
'3- WHOLESALEAND: RETAIL DEALERS JOHN R. BEERS.
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: m Paints, Oils, Yarni-she*; Turpentine and} Farrior A Co.C Columbus, April 1M,1. np3! ::2mTTARRISONrA of neI joice.
and llouv
Be it resolved
the
\Window: Glass: ice.Vill keep constantly unIa'vi 0 M :\11 S S I O X A N I D F O II WAR D I N C by Senate : U'oman.-A facetious writer in a late number
follows :MERCHANTS j } PpTE"cDK J l : \ superior I pre 'ntatives. That our Delegate in Congress, be ideas of
| A zvA: ass >rtnie".t, of iho above as :; : of the Knickerbocker, has formed some
:\ Witer-stivcf article of S. Badger's manufacture, re }iict,!rl] to c.\eit, (as !soon as may be, his best: endeavors
.11 1 f.LJL deo. of
u. evince
'> heart which a knowledge
Xos. and female ,
W'T! Extra 1
I! '; \D-Pure ; I and mtluericc to obtain from Conirn-ss a the

V !n It<> d'ul H 'll..e\l, dry; VeneJia.i Ke-i ; iiov2":; ly Apal.R-hicola: Fb. in barrels for sale bv" NOURSE & STONE, I law, c t bli-hillg an additional, Judicial District, the subjet..only to be acquired by experience .

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Cnrome Green and Si\on do; DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING. Columbia, Alachua, Marion, Benton, and Hills'borouirh :: I If I knew that a death with an oyster- I. :

S'lanislt! and Frenrh Hm\vn; Blue lUack; X 0. 17 Water streot, TAINTS, OILS, &.e.-73 l keirs White Lead ; leaving the present Eastern District, so I had; scraped his mother to her foe for life by the

Oreen au-1 Blue Vt..; litter; decl lv 1pal
Chrome: VtUIIaOJd Orange dHXE 1-) ; .- --- 1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl Linseed Oil; St. John's', Duval, Mosquito, St. Lucia, and Nassau. really friendly act of will doubt the testimony of .
COLORS :-L'ltamnrine and Coualt; & Co. I woman in such case, t.t
Jlilh
x. l" li do Spirits Turpentine ; : under oath, and the evidence of -: : '
Lall'JJ.a.I' and Crimson do; DEALERS I IN CLOTHING, HOOTS, SHOES, 250' galls: Sperm Oil ; [Approved loth March, I? 11. I a whole regiment the bar n. Besides, if you ,
Drop d... and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red; HATS & for sale by her own senses into ) ,
.c. 200 Paint Brushes, assorted, miracle, rttZt:111ce.her, you woud .1. _. i
. Chinese Vennillum! ; English lo; Corn Water and Chesnut streets, DODGE fc GARDNER, Preamble ami Resolutions I could, bv some forshc forgives even more t

, Vandyke Urown ; Turkery Umbre; Ap'il! K'hirola.. novl ly I aplG .111' Water &tT 1'/HIRJ\-: ::, h's' Excellency: tIeGo"cEn.crt1: the ofctinilrfv accomplish) nothing she, believes, and unless.you 'j I
York do than 6 '
Terra d? Seinna ; PurMe Jlro\vn : ; ---- ------ year: 1>:3'!', \\a authorized by( an act 01 the L :-gislatn before I her eyes a prenouIH'hi' } ti

) rroru :Martis ; Mineral Green ; n:. "Vood, IQUORS AXD WINKS.-Brandy-Otard, I e Council to raise u force consisting of s.veralroiiipwiies actual'/children, all the bona fideproperty l :
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. Kinerald and Paris Green, &,c., fcc.. NOT \ PUBLIC, J Dupuy fc (Vs, ; A Sri.tncltc's.GinHol13nd (M.Ltia: for the portectiou i,f the wife and fi rfitur( ) had much better let __ J\..

.... ()It-, \. fiRUSHF: ,,-Liusced Oil ; Do. boiled; No. ;'U ..* lUT-street: anchor brand. I IThi..kC'yOlll fro.tierviiich: companies'it'e mustered: into the of her you ,- jJ I

SJlnt: rurpellt in* ; Sperm Oil; marl ]1v Auilachicold: Fla. \\ Scotch : :Mouonsrahela.Wine I. service of the Tern tor.', fur a period of six moth* Jur alone. ,. ( ,

ee Palht Brushes fi in X..,. 1 to Gf jOUtOlK: ; ---- .----------- -Old :Madeira ; Sicily ; 0M pure Port; ; and whereas, the Government of the United States, Scotch Music. : ;
I of -
YllrrHsh do. of all sizes i ; p. Elobarl, Champaign! for saIl! by I assumed the pajinent of those troops, subsequent}! ./In jfit/i piller's.opinion for such his hab- .
silence were
in 1
c1 Sisu Tools frarn: Xo. 1 to S: ; Badger; Hair; MANUFACTURER AND: DKXM'Jl: IN DODGE k GAUXKH! I to their being mustered into the Territi.risl service He sat t awhile having "sucked his dudcen" as they i J.,; ,

. Artists' Sable Filrlu-rs, flat and round ; CAB[ 'FIHINITUIIK: aplf .j!' \> ;..tirtWM. i t aii-l b -(ere the expiration of the period for 1L3__ nd to blow his bellows and played I. "'

-.F Ikui..d:1 do; Blinders of -til M>a"; ; Tp S'uiirs, "'.0. 42, Water Str-, :/-! f.decll ".' G. PORTER & CO., on. r fr ';alu u brire! I \\ hicffrtheytre mustered, were rcoived and ,sat", he began vvha hae." When he had finished it, ,
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11If S: le & Cam Hair Pencil*, 11 a1'111 i in Ion; .- -lv : \ ,. well selected stock of ]DRY (JOODS; mu-tcrcd into tho service of the Uuiti. :States for ,<'Scots Well," I observedci What a fine piece of mat'1

hek and} Kalsomine Hrushes; Jlicla 1 .\. JIJ'( !" con Mirig i of'lth :- payment and Mned over to the command of a tial music that is!" 1(
(. Mukl'14 Hrus'ie-, round and flat I ; : !: United St.ites officer : whereas, twenty-two men, ..1J ;,.
; AUCTION AND I COtHjO1RCILET: : } ( ( Cas sii errsiiul: Kerseys: ; No, no," he replied, there's more tears J I
: S'ru Jl1,,2: and Shin* brushes : l\/). -js Water street, Sattincts\ Flannels and Blankets; I commanded! bv Captain ThomaLangford, and ten, than Wood !in i it. It's too sorrowful for war ; play .. J ,;

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.f WtHtt'\\'J..11 ;l.dtn;) do: -- ----- .--- Brown Drilling i and! T Irish Linens ; I' and four im-n commanded by Captain Redden! but to sink it." 'j" f":

''h h't i, Fancv. a'i-1 Shaving brushes: St. \Vood Bleoched ami! unbleached: Sheetitius i : ; were ejected by the musfering officer* ol the But what do you think Guyner of Scotch 1 J..;':i

=.. f'j..th.s wuHir\ Ih : Gritesud: H' rse do; AUCTIONEER AX!) COMMISSION" AGENT: Shirtings ; 1/nited Slates : and whereas said men did perform i
music in general
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olthrof :
1t \ .' iter Dusters ; No. Water-street! Cotton Osnaburgs ; service in defence of the frontier, for a period Would you have me spake ill of my own ? t l '_

\ }H\SIIF/! ?:-C )1MI:' white ; Coach do: rnarl ly Apalachicola, Fla. And ev ry other article in their lino adapted ''I' months, and inconsequence! of the their LniU benig.ii he replied with a smile, sure they had it from .fr'us. ;
- Cinet PohhiHld Furniture ------------ said rniisteriuj uJiiccrof I
; ; to trie count trade.\ dcf 1 vFRE rejected by ; ." <<
il'tI. \f (?, for Pictures= ice. SEWAUI.; DII.L. A. F. PALMKK.: rv i States, have nor received any pay for said serVIces they haven't made a bad use j
Wt D.W! GL\SS;-' ,' ''JI' boxs assorted sizes of 1 I SC\\yu':1 I>ill A; Co. "ll J JHT'I TF.I .-I 17 k,'!'s Guliei: Butter, i and whereas, said services were neee ary, ana Well" even so, ';" :

Fre1f" Enili: !i and AmeriC'a.n.ri AUCTION & COMMISSION: ;MERCHANTS, prime article, ju-t reoei\cd from New Yoik 1 said men uere nceived by the mustering ollicer of it. knows they haven't," he replied, "the
"God
Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Hoats No. 2'J! Water street.vj per brig; Mura. For sule byNOURSE of the Teiritonal Government, and mustered into airs of them, is the very breath of:

ShaPoin i? and Plantation use: together with a (; Liberal advances made on all consignment.-: & STONE, It its service, us part of said force, raised ior the Scotch itself., many" .
\'ari and businp s entrustcJ to them will be ,!Hi Water :;tn et.rpRANSPAREXT Therefore. the heart .- -
ty of articles in the Painting line, too num- j lj i niotecticn of the frontier: Even then I was much struck with the fore # : ,

., trous to mention. jy6 ly promptly attended to :; WINDOW BLINDS. ;i Bo it Resulved by the G-vernor and! Legis atiyei of this expression ; but I was too young to perceive -, '...
tit & HEAD Boston. ol Honda, That ...
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Refers to- i Council of the Territory beauty.CnamOfrf J
: truth
L assorted ? either it? or
A beautiful article- pattern- matfr
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(01 COOK Portland :\hS. -. 1 requested to lay
PILOT AND NAVY BREAD.-;30 bbls Pilot GARY B. ELLTSOX & CO-, Dele -ttt in Congress be /1Ir11'l' ;
) o Naxyforsaleby C. WIHTTITK TJalluwdi.p.1h"hv1:1 For sale: by r: \rf"r -lfI. d. !It..f'i)'. tV Inr'-: ,;., .!.il'.1! l1*"' '"-- h**< ''x.'rt'ont) V.

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I UOJLUEIlC! i inVEHnSEIt' 1 (tr The Galvcslon Civilian, of :3d lth-t. .lJi- c:5: The Bo Mercantile: Journal says some Fur tae Commercial Advertiser.EDUCATION i' NATL'UAl/I'KOUUcVlONSOK rt- .\

[ The accounts of the crops continue highly fa- I of the London editors are in much t tribulation No- 11- I U e have on uur table an interestmTexas I.-, .
I ,from the .LCCOUnt ,
vorable. A superabundance of corn has been about the Llr tie quantity American productionsand Vuitl' cst coelottis ; mendachun cst iiifuiwin. pcilVilliani Kennedy 1 It ij I !
written and
APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, AUGUSTUS, 1844. lresentsmanyficts 1
! Yankee nick-nacks which pouring into The[ oldest, b.lsest'ice on earth is lying. Who winch are 1'it'11
produced-more than can probably be consumed, are of attention. The fourth and fifth chanter, ,*

I 03* We en requested to say, that tlie Funeral Unless. the immigration of the season should be Great Hntain by our ship The Loi.don Mrrr.! more base than a liar ? What parentswould consent tam a description of the natural product-! lr., ..

Sermon of Mr. Tms! P. Jones will be preached without.a t parallel. The cotton crop was never ing Post, in a late article on th ubjcct, says : that their child be a liar ? Not one. Yet I country, and we think it will be m accnni 'fwith
the taste of .tnCe
next at 11 o'clock in the Methodist "It will that the! Americans solemnly declare that who read this are our readers to present to :
Sun.ly morning, better. Picking has commenced, and we are told not escape observation many analysis ut'the J mineral, : then n. all .

Church, by the Kev. Mr. Smiloy.X8 that the planters are proceeding with great spirit continue; ti) p our! in their farming produc- training up their children in lying : yes, teaching kingdoms, which we make vegetable freru and tnlCr.01; !
tions ]list of the Prince up tiie}
upon us. We have, in the ..
and them to lie I assert,defying contradiction, that bah re us.
..,-"( John Jliddon, Esq. U. S. Consul, at Alexandria success. Albert's cargo, 1 mi 1 packages! of lard, 15S! packages The formation.as t i the
of chews of cured beef nine children out of ten, who ever lie, are taughtby Geologist; sf\.1l'
and !
e 3 !U packages
Kgypt, died_ xit .L.CcJ Malta on-_the 3d July. (23- It is estimated in a foreign periodical that all of them commodities that may be supplied by their parents to lie. That this may appear, conjists are secondary ol a black and friable illuvhl.1 The I lower re Uf-In b1vn. '

.. Gcn.V.. S. MurpliyT l". Charge d'Af- the money annually spent in intoxicating liquors' our own 'people} in the What ample, abundance and just go back to the time when your child told the ture of line silicious sand. mrnuV Farther, with an ..amnia.

wholly exclusive of the cost of jails, ,police, &.c. perfection. \\'e have also a further importationof first lie. He had troth the coa i
faires at .Tcxis, died in Galvcston, 13th ult., cf clocks] chairs brooms and buscuits, so that done something amiss, broke a the recent deposits give place to beds of slate l (
,
.yellow fever. in France if ..-.),i -,7'j' ; Great Britain, ;3J>,- while thousands upon thousands of our pour people tumbler, for example-when you saw the broken shale and sandstone, succeeded by argillaceou'oxide ;

ti',':, b7 ; Sweden, .13-OUOUO: ; Prussia, ,a-! are roaming about the country in search of tumbler, you suspected him ; with a threatening uf iron and bituminous_ coal,. and tlll fa .

_'/ /- .\. M. Green, Esq. U. S. Consul. Calves- OiU)00! ) ) ; United States, jC5J.rJ,110.( employment, many of whom have been deprivedof aspect, and a raised and harsh voice, you asked ther westward limestone,, by containing the: transition the formation, slat"and
famous
.ton, Texas, died on the i 5th ult.' This i is truly a large sum to fur it in consequence of the sinking condition of fossil Tri.
pay poverty, native the Americans have the him, Did you do thhYsir ? Tell me the trut"." 1 bolitcs-the I subject of such research within a few

FIKE7It disease and wretchedness. our agriculture, lie declared that he did years pa.,t. In North Western Texas, blue
do it. li
TIlE LATE }privilege of-serving us not only in the capacity of not lie told a lie,
stories are found in
is i our painful: duty to record t the shameful {!* A Canton letter published in the New butchers, bakers, chccse-inongeiv, and the clock like, and you made him du it. lie would not have granite, marble of&good great quality quantities, and clay bouldersti anal

and disgraceful inactivity, at the late lire,of some York! Courier and Enquirer, says :-" The new broom upon a and large chair scale makers., but of The becoming contents our of 150U, thought of it, if you had simply asked, in a kind : suitable for making brick. sad

individuals professing to call themsslvcs citizen* ibg-statr; which Mr. Cushing brought out with packages of merchandise, of which no particulars: and affect innate manner, My der: did you break Gold and silver are fnund in the npin..-hborbO

The man: who will deliberately stand ;and seethe him, is being raised in the suare-it: makes a favorable are given, may be believc'd to comprehend a this?" Yes, mother." When you asked in t so of dml thcaba and fifty hills miles(, and north in the cast mountains of nC::lr. le hu4.

l property 1 of his fellow man waiting under} theconsuming appearance-ha? a topmast, top and rigging variety of things, the importation of with which from threatening a manner, he feared, if he told (the Iron ore exists almost even- where except
countries Oit
interferes directly English
fire and will it foreign; truth, he should whipped. You then the and uf iron
net aid in preserving -all complete. indu3tf\'." get taught coast, sulphate white sulphur[

I from dcstructiof, is unworthy the name of man.He .' him to 1 lid I have no doubt flat nearly, if not of iron, alum, copper,and lead, have btendisruv.

is ignorant of the first principles of good citizenship KF Mr. Hogan, formerly of New York, and (X:?" The present crop of cotton, corn and tobacco quite, all children tell their first lie, and+l first ti.rm f red. At the source of the Brazos is a remarka .
now a planter in Cuba who ble truss of malleable metal, which! was at first
and wilfully ignorant too, or else knows was arrested sometime iii-W: L Tennessee, is said to be abundantly! a habit for lying, in consequence of this nmvisonable tluuiij.i! i'.> be platinum: ar.d; I specimens: of which

his duty and fails to perform it. More especially since on a charge cf being concerned in the promising. inconsistent, barbarous practice of pa were brought! to this! ('ity for analysis someyearisince. !

so, when} there are so few to work as there was hfo! tervile insurrection in that Island, has been rents. Therefore, :as you wish your children I It V.MS ;pronounced to be nuteorie inn_
honorably acquitted :and discharged from {ff* The gin drank in England and Wales annul : To these we mint add zinc pyrites gjpsutn '
upon that occasion. Our population being smallin prison. should not be inveterate liars, never threaten to and
and mill stones grit which are abundant
---- lIj' amounts to nearly J C?,000,000 sterling.C fatrieatfst
the summer season, it is the bounden} duty of C52fr.. Pomery has discontinued ]his private punish them if they should tear thir books! dirty ; treasure, however is its cO.II..If nhicti!

everything in the shape cf a man, that cll1lift a L mails. His package express will be continued. ;:?- The U. S. brig Somers, Lieut. Geary, command their clothes, or touch the flowers ; and never t they are immense deposits, both anthracite and

single pou.d: too forward and work with his mg, arrived at Nassau: N. P. on the 2d inst. punish them for any such lapsus irf antis. But bituminous, extending from the Trinity river (ta j
%:$* The Collector cf the (lli'i Grar.de. lumicetlItlC' ural !
New
whole soul l and strength, and to put forward all Orleans has remind and sailed! on the 7th ou: a cruise: in the Turk's this is not the only] way in which you teach thorn t.) have; been tnpnvn the shores of alvestor as/haltum; .
ed the older issued upon ls.laid.
the energy he is master of. Those who were able .._.. u _.' by. .him_, requiring( }persons I Island passage.COIMI lie. If you say to your child, I'll whip: you for Valuable: s.uines arc ubuudai.t, bet\\ct3

to aid and assist on that occasion, and did not do (lJ.Clln; uusiness at inc custom-house, to appear that,"' and then do not whip it, you fell a lie, and! tl ': .cabiie: and!! the llio Grande.
with their hats in }hand.: ; : ..( .{ '.-Although it is not quit'? Ono of the most remarkable natural
so, should be branded as felons, deprived of citizenship -. ---' new, it is not generally known! .:t n: man! may bo thus set it the example, the .most eileetual tra'-h- in Texas i i.t pfrfrififd forest near the curiosities head)

t forewr, driven from civilized society info t y. English hamof the first quality, have literally Collee. and truly electrified: with newly ground i in; in the world. You may not think this is a Pai10; i rivrrIt! consists of several ImruSred: of
The
the woods and then hunted down like beasts t of been imported at Baltimore, for the purpose, of the writer ot manner;this a of few cFotnso days; ago was at exhibitedto the hop : lie, but your children} do. Take one example.A ; trey: in an erect position turned to stone. Trets '

prey, their carcasses burned and their ashes scattered imitating tllelu.CC in New 'Pity!!. A large coffee; mill driven by a i mother, with her little daughter, one afternoon i Itw: ;',:;(....-ing are partially; ? petrified. This i. tot

I to the wind*. We loathe-we utterly abhor strain' engine, was grinding eolice: into a hinge bar I: paid a visit to a neighbor's. The girl became trtlirr i ; fact-t for the natuial philosopher, and must
In the Com of Queen's Bench rel. In tlit barrel r-iood a ;). scoop, directly c :rss them modify the existing theory of pttntifatiijn. -
such men. We would avoid them illS wu would a England, under the fd! rfihc! fresh ground .,li.p.11 iron I rude-the mother told her if she acted so again, .

leper, and like the ancient Israelite cry, unclean recently t a jury refused make a husband responsible : rod being held wrthin an inch: or M> (-f the copperscoop she should whip!, her when} they got !:Oif1L'fter All the \:.iid t animtls. S3j'3lr.. Kennedy, comruon -
for an extravagant milliners bill I I an in-t.jntanoon 'flar-hof:lujhtnms I : ort-tp-am :
I : unclean," when ever they came within to his wife, I Iof electric thid.a} : attr t't-';! !by the iron. The a while the girl forgot the reproof and acted over to the Wotcrn States, and sotne peculiar
of We comprehending amongst other items, ten new followed when this her former rudeness. Mexico, are t f-mnd in the Ilepulic. The bulhlou!
cannot The
range our optics. express our ttit tor same rr; linger" vs.\s employed mother said no mere,
detestation bonnets and forty-three pairs gloves, in seven instead of t the lod.andu! :JihtlH"i! I lire the j'iuctnre native to the soil ; so i is the wild horse or mustang
of such miserable contemptible representatives but just as they were starting; ;for home, tha mother descendent
months! of a pin, \vas quit perceptible.;+ Dy a rude said tub, the! of the Larbarystecdim
of humanity. Their very existence contrivance: a shock was also communicated bull stepping out, the girl began to cry, as she ported by the original Spanish emigrants. The

is a living libel upon man. C3* Jfytic, Ct.-The amount of commeicial tli* ground ('otJi} e to the tail of a cat, wiieu remembered her mother's }promise. A lady attempted mu-;tans i is hardy, active, and docile, and carrud
off( scampered the bewildered animal: iu state of States '
to the (Jnited: f for s..h Asses and mules!
\ Docs any one know the crawling, creeping, capital (says the New London Advocate) invested ihc 1I10-ot t'i.HI1l'-.t astonishment. AUo[otli! ,'r the matt to pacify her by snying, I'll as!: your in great numbers. 1)eerabuu'id m aicr.ised

dirty creature, who, when asked t to take a bucket in this unpretending port, i is far greater than is t' i iscnrio'js, an'1 1 not beneath the attention of the mother not to punish you." 0," said: the girl, part of Texas: but they prefer the level region every if
philosopher. Can there be in Hour
and assist in water known. electricity she will I know she will. mother the There also f the black bear whose
passing replied, To h-11 l generally It sends out about a dozen oatmeal, or snuff These'arf exposed to frictionas fly never cotst. are ,

with your bucket ?*' If any knows his name and whale ships, and more Southern freighters than well as coffee ; and a test which: proves the one till* lira." She believed if her mother promisedto haiLs; arc considered i a delicacy ; the Mexican;

will hand: it in, they will confer a benefit upon :any, other port in Connecticut. Population 1'20'J.X to be, genuine; or the re\erse lnabe. useful with whip, and did i not, it would be a lie. Again, i il t cnn;;,r, the panther, the pecari or wild hog, the
regard tf the other teo. wolf, fox, hare rabbit opossum, and raccoon, besides
society. Hand in the names, too, of those whhave you use any sort of deception with, or in presence other small deer.. The otter and heave

dared to boast they stood and looked on (!: -* 1'1heAmcricanSteam Navigation Company: Crr/nvATox OF Tin: \'iXE.-\\T uudcr.-taiid that! of the child, you teach it to lie, for deception i is are ytt found: iu the district Nacogdoches, but the

-- propose: -; to construct a steam mrfcr-t__n__ nf.__ _).Oti(1, tnn.. .. Fome French gcntleinvji of :Million. capital, have trippers have thinned their numbers. The ornithology ;
Hand them t instance
in. t lyingFor Come and
,
made arruul'uel1s t') eater npua the cultivationof you say see
for the
New York and European trade of Texas is rich.rhih" it embraces?
The same lpatlJj.-the same abominable, disgraceful at a cost the vine in our puij.-h. After carefully e\um- what I've got," when you have nothing, but merely
of $:jlJr/II-"J.j ining every p-irt of this Sjaif!:: and Mi-is.-ppi, they these specimens known in the L'iiited States.Jt
apathy-was displayed at the fire in p take this measure to bring tIC! child to you 1. has its.lfV have
no
--- -- have fo'inhsdr-il: to (1 t 11111-.1 tiiem: "':lves: on t hi: J *.me peculiar to t rora)
'Water street last winter. We sincerely hope that rjSix live bullaloes were sold at :auction in watrrs nf 15c:i\t-r Cr- !lc. t'l.'t' ;di!i-: .-oil! is Wen! aciaj'ird; The, child wa cheated, and: the next time would f.-r ri! ,-ir ei'iiu'ration.: The s;)',rt>rn:>M will tied
to the end ill rimy:, i is mad.: :>tp.ir: this'may be the last occasion upon which we St. Louis, on the 1th inst. not believe you, for you told it a lie bef(;re. The! vunety
tallt'flU-; ;rowlh of tini'r !i- !Ihrril..dlOl1t that (''tioll waters than other un the face: of the whole!
hall be obliged to record so painful a circiunsv of eotiiitrv; midvo: \vi>li the projectors cf the children look at your practice and they imItate : l lob >. The any chicking hati-hin:; establishment recently '
1 rJa The total value of imports into the of schctrlealt the \\lncii: teenTf} > merits.Tlie ;
} success rprise
port
)cC. it. If you would never have them lie, never >et exhibited at the Tribune; buildi; z, ard

b 4'3i ci. yc cannot withhold our praise from those in- New York! from 1st January to 1st August, 1'.11 1, \Vt bli"vth process! of.- d making-yr-i nut wine h-utit,is when very nrnpie ate -hall! and! no the example by threats, unduly exciting their which a contemporary asserted was a perfect! illustration

fjjiMolualswho: ; worked so industriously] ,.and stood amounts to $15,931-1-V., The total indentation longer b" uj-r! tiic: W.e'.ily of impiiitinssngre.' l: f-Mrs ; nor by deceiving then!: thereby provoking I of t the social system, would shad no

for ll-> was valued at f 5'., 115,00.3-- 151:IS ut a lu:: ry, or-(we had aliuo.-t! .-.ti.l.l in rr'f'r"lCt! : to corner! in Texas, for a (n61.-! hen will there by
iJl intense heat so Ions, while saving Messrs. 'i vt L1, "),, lim'iiv:)-uC'(, ,N I.- ',.' !iii-. Tiiiirf'fl'ietKi\ : into flifiu} in "(''t7r'.yen ; nor by (}.nouiisuig and not <- ;-_;s all the year round, rear :a hundred chickensft;

aiifb flks and Farriur's houses. They are known, --------- .-- imiiKm n 't' cftll'p't't'j ji.ice: ,lfrhc ,rat'; in pi iceif porfcrinirr.cr by inidivnreiitiitiriir.. !. ('r tvagg.ratin a year and the spring: chidcens themselves! produce

l'(. r;. I their services remembered and appreciated. {irSThe iron s-teamer "Micliiiri'j: ," built for the ''il---! -coiili'Mud": ,. c.i'it'd \\'hi.-\!! will ur equivocating; rr mysterious shaking of broods( in the autumn, preceding their own
<' do more ir th' ci".i-e! I f I 1"IIlIJo'rarel'; than fill li-j!
Government: at the} head of the I adve.-it. The fivies: of {rt'xs .ire pally! celehri- .1,
Pitburgand ; or sltrtt..in ibuuULro which
4f:'. traii.jn-jrted to Eric, tftotalI'x'o'jiitH': ',.s'f; \':bid1': have heard so ; ; ,
;Connecticut .To!; cco.-In IblO about half a has been romplcted. On the lir t trial of much : for i it, i- a notni:, .:;; fat: t I. .-r dpiu!! !:jy weighs! froar 1
> speed,
Jion of pounds of tobacco were grown in Con- known 111 will cotintniand, even ( 'hn t :- ti> :*) lbs. There are tluv kinds of catfish, the

"ticut. Thc New York Journal of Commerce with only ten inches of steam, she made 1\:! milesper tiara; will!1 not ii" iiibU-d with any flit thugs of conscience That :you may have .one example: before youreyes perch, btiffjlo, .heP ,'s head, mullet, pike, treat, 1

hour against a string head;old. in using a bcviTigrv.'hich thp author ofth' cf integrity; and faithfulness, not out of your Hinder, and many ether species. The crusta- :teenu.
J that live if not ten times that (iuanty; will begi'uwn 'ir religious -auctioned by engllin in its .
mnnisfuclure reach, look at the mother of (;Jeor.;e WashingtonShe are not less g.). The very bot kinds o>3tcrs '1
this OCAn : : at a uiarn.ig' feast Opelouas (La.)
)'car.jI anti-swearing society has been formed i1 1 line the coast.
.. (Gaette.Factand. wished to send him forth into the world 1, I'J
I. -* at Columbus, Georgia, and 100 persons have .. Air.oii.! : the reittilia are varieties; of the turtle.! .j
; Malay .lpple.The Malay apple, an East In- -- armed with the breastplate of truth and the Alligators illfp-t-th
jI : t : waters, and are much sought
: signed t the constitution. : /?*!iUIl*.-A single female h\.11.-
'J' fruit is now raised: at Vicksburg, Mississippi -_. ._- lly pralueein one hc-as-m 'JO/J-j-O.oiO: ( Tliis ofcour shield of integrity, and with the bi-dy guard of by the tanners tor their skins. .1

n. scientific name is Eugenia lambosia. In thetr.ll.t c:>- Acting Lieutenant H. F. Porter, (of 1 I'. S. >e i j reckoning' its children, grpat-pntnd-; justice, promptitude, honor and pat otisrn. Behold The vegetable product-; arc valuable. Cot. .

Indies, the native clime of this fruit, the :dl1'. Flirt, died at Charleston, on the 10th inst. children, &;. Lucy it doea't have to support the admirable manner in which! she uniformly ton, sugar cane, maize, indigo, tobacco the mulberry r
such potatoes wheat, barley, rice, vanilla: are
;
Uht..i grows to a height of twenty feet; at \ cks- I He wns a son of the late Commodore Porter. Many a family.; snidermoths; and beetles counterfeit ; trained him. She had a colt of uncommon raised with. the greatest facility and pn duce rich

lb'g it t i is only five feet in height. The apples are beauty and which retmns. The apple i is the only exception to the
CC/- 1 It is stated that death when in danger, a >d no torture can mukc high promise, she valued very
ut the size of a small peach, with a similar no French steamers will than show SI i i-1IS of life while! the danger continue. highly ; but he} was wild and vicious, :and no out wI... An.orur the useful timbers are the live oak,
lull to New York this
season. bow :youd. yelliAV pine, walnut and willow red
I jr, fragrant smell, and have the taste of a very *. So man not uniVoquontly "playixsiim.." cared to mount hiin. Geor without telling his cedar ,
various
colored oaks, and the india rubber
ict common apple, with one seed in the centre {&- France is a glorious place for those who The to ne!rustid: filly w.isaslcfp cents of him when his chum wanted mother of his intentions, as he ought, persmded ree. The :ra>ses are abundant and nutritive.'l'he .-
borrow ;land iii::ny peopleare
the size and color_ of a chestnut. adopt the editorial profession. No less than -17 :tri e-/!oaf on certain ocoasions.Tiie some of his youthful companions to help him {lowers of Texas are exquisitely bfautilu! !,

editors are now imprisoned in that flea awl grasshopper hundred! catch and bridle the and t the botanist finds there cue cf the richest t
United States Loan.-Tit debt of the United 1 country. jump two colt, and he mounted him, tit'hI.
.to times their oxvn length. This is equal to a r oar'
: determined
tes fall. fellows I to subdue him. The colt ran, ai.d
.f ee as :- { A
counterfeiter
having a large amount ofSl)11I7U's terof a mile for a rnup.'o; doubt the Dutchman
anuary 11S15..r.iijT| ?,J77 half eagles in his mentioned Irving's Knickerbocker thought that plunged, and reared, to the terror of the beholder THE lo.s: :.-I saw a rose, perfect iu beauty; it
ion
posse+: was taken M-iiiu-d
sly I, IS a3,. . :. . 7,000,0iii) into in New he po,:{*;ell the powers of the grasshopper when -', till at length, as he made a furious bound, r tild'! gracefully upon its stalk, and its perfume
custody Orleans tile air. Many if,
anmry 1, 1563,. : . . ',3U1 JG< lie called himself John on the 10th inst. ho undertook to jump over the mountain ; hut he he made a nis--tep: and fell, and in his fall broke !! any: b'nvt'd to mite its stopped fragrance to, and size its upon uttnrihung ,.
')f theamount which falls due Evans, and was from found himself mistaken. lie took a running start : it with and
January 1, Is 13, a blood-vessel], and died on the spot. George escaped over delight. 1 parsed; again,
-. : 113,0jf: i is six Cincinnati. of three miles ; and when llcg"'ltfo the foot of the behold it was :;one ; its stem was l leafless, its rat
cent. and
t per $"J1.'I,79J: fiver mountain, he found himself tried that he was unhurt. But 0, how his heart smote him, Iud witht'retl-the enclosure which surrounded!

a half per e' nt. stock. {#j A correspondent of the New Mirror, states obliged to sit down and rest. After which, he when he thought how highly his mother prizedit was broken down. The spoiler had been theRj "

he M 7O 31J,+)ur{ which fall due July 1, 1553, that among the threelhousand fashionabls at Sara- walked over it at leisure. and how injudiciously. he had acted. His !it 1e.from aw that bower many admired it. and fain would pluck
he knew hun
its that it dear to
; was
: -vc per cent stuck, and the $ t11GS which h tog; there i is but one dand y. cither Birds north when migratingalwaysfiy.; !! in a direct line, companions anxiously a..kt..d'hat will your who platted! it, and besides it he had no other plant
M. due in 15&( ; is or smith, ;and never eat nor west.- love. the
to Yet
MX --- -- marched it from
per cent. stock. he s-ecrotly aw.iv
mother ? who tell her ? 'J
IVimrod thinks the say: can Just now they
'he Treasury has a { 3Hujrh Cassidy, of I:'! ghala county, (,co., reason: why they never no west !hand that cherished it ; he wore it on his bosom till I
wrulusat the present l time has brought the is, because there is enough emigration there with- were all summoned to breakfast. Mrs. Washington it him:; its head and tadedand, when he saw its>glory

"Sclent: to pay ciT the low. which falls due first manufacture of sewing silk to out them. knowing they had been rambling in the had} departed, he flung it rude h' a \'lY. Bulitlefc j ja (
-- great perfection, and j is extensively engaged in On the coat of Coromandel' outers are found thorn in his !bosomnand vainly did heseektoex-
llemitiful.fmd the following elegant] that business. two feet in diameter Fourteen of thorn would fields, and supposing l) they! might: have seen her trtcate it ; fur now it pierces the spoiler evenUibi ,I

.- -iplct in the colnanw favorite colt 8litlVell time, of mirth{ Aid then I that who .'
of a late London Times : inakr; a nice stew for a pl'f50n-with "a little ex- young gentlemen, have saw no man

'i ; AMI-BELL'S no inore-his elder, Itotiits byes {yLieut.. Fivemont and party, of the LT. S. tra licker." 0 you seen my tine sorrel colt in your ramble thismorning !its had scattered loved the leaves beauty of bound the rose,the gatherer stalk [which ag.m .J

"hus: Hope deport- -;, whuV--'- MtMiiury :.ur'-ivc:!r' Army, have reached St. Louis from the Huckyll1untiJins. Cheese mites !have been observed to chew the i ?" What a question] They made no the! hands of violence,had or broken up, I looked earned!? fat ;.i
'- '-
-- cUll after they have finished eating. The man the
3- Lie lion Caleb : answer, not -wishing to implicate Geor o. She rout where it grew, and my soul receh'toinstruction. }
uushmg Amcritin COnli. who found this out must have had a disposition And 1 said-let her who is full ct. .
sioner at China, lias fonvarUcd the to into uncap repeated the question, when George cJllowers
to Xtional ((; >- It ij said Santa Anna's pry matters. replied, beauty and admiration, tilting like the queen
itutc, at Washington, interesting descriptions army for the invasion The; foul 1 matter of dirty teeth abounds in a sort .Mother( your sorrel colt is dead !" and then in majesty among the daughters of women i
of Texas, iAc&minaidcd: ] let her watch lest the heart,
mostly by European of (1.1Vherc' tooth brush ? vanity enter
Vden, in Arabia, and Bombay. Beth of tllle our told her the whole storThat did she do ? Did beguiling her upulherownstrenth j
olliccrs. to rest proudly
The[ water lizard is the smallest kind of
:rs have been published in the National In. tor. alliga she break out into a furioU3 storm of passion ? -let her remember that she stamleth upon s hppery

fyj: The imports No. She said not word. places, and be nutlight-nlindedbuttear.-Mr'} Kti
genccr- 1 of sperm and whale oil into one angry She kindly tgourliet. .

In taking posacuaiou of Aden, in Arabia,*' : t-! United States during the month of July, were A l\uiv FIAT.-On Wednesday ,'VC'nincOlll' I and calmly said, While I regret the loss of my -- ----- $
-. .- ;11r. Cushing, the English Government has =Wl..1( of the men employed) in rc-painlinh the Lutheran Weekly
2 barrels sperm, 20,351+ \\))1ale, and 21 ,::31 l'lturcll-Steeplewhii(1tis2O' colt, I rejoice in my SOil, icho alwt' /* "peaks the The favorite .liter native.-The Dollar
'
) j
ntly acquired a very important military lb 'fretGimehesimheight i is peer
post ; LUlc. says : It confidently asserted that a
IM. .he southern shores of Arabia, near to the ascended to its very top, :ai-d clambering up the rod truth She valued his moral character more t than man has but two rnati\'cs-either logoto i
.
the voting
';;:ails of BaLel-Mandel, which! commands the CC: A s-npiiMrtins the' !b.illand, vanef--iicceede > gdt.f'fO or
R. Sea aud the SIM of riccc of the celebrated John: Loss, of I { } a pier. ;above: them, and 'ooly M-atin-! go great
i Arabia, as Gibraltar does the (her kt. IlIm elt'th'rt'un,.took offhis hal, and plie-M M' hers told upon his heart, and drew her to his latter. It is a singular choice ; but these.
fi is: Mediterranean and a portion of the tribe, is the belle at Sal". ( ::1. She the : ui.ou
At- extreme of
c point th- rod. fIllmlrt'l'lll act bosom and inspired him with love for who nd!;c it may be seen any fine day loun .1J.
.:.t t:c. Aden i is, even more that (;. raltar, a i is about sixteej, and is the very impersonation of f j V.MSyiinoscd, hy ;a number of our citr/t-n-: who stronger in s.iud-i; about the t: corners of the streets, wIth
..' e of Nature's own construction. At elegance \'all'hc'dYllh }bivaiIicr.siut.Tp! .r the truth than any lecturing: could have done. Washington
; Gibial- grace Unty. and virgin modesty. IIItH'sprtl: r(' ; stum fs of ciirors in their mouths, ur with tuo
England has excavated fir herself m :l'I.1drnri! :lId dfKv.i-lnn; this 111!iy//y ;nld, formed not hi. character his '
a citadel carious; ../(\:ltlOlI.Ir.. '.'rav.-r l't.- own parents, bier; of gill tint'l1s spirits in their hands.A .
le heart of a lime-atone lauuntain; JrJIn the rc-nu-tt li! 11" to ::1that '
; at .den ce.urs of two months ( the New the lion and chiefly his mother formed it. lli5latherdicc] \l
says on comj.I.! ( of hi- ubhiHi! will be tlii"day ,
has planted herself in an ancient crater, yjd York Herald] ) the mal\ which two weeks, !b. wilh.tk.his < when ho gentleman: down ca3t seeing his pretty m. ,]
earners touchat sr.iM the! \\'aten old.
now nil years Parents,
secure within the primeval t foitress fop, you may tn,
1urnedhy of \\itirhw kissed her :
;! curl dehv.-r wife's bonnet suppif
Halifax-, are to run : ii'Steeple, | an addrc-s! all who on, 1
.jfty sides of extinct volcano," Qircct to Boston, and the + : ttake'yourchildrenl'rashingtons and if error
an may favor tinny with an au tlcnec. ,\ collection to ; utta'1then l t,) be the real unev" He discovered his

mails forwarded overland Canada.. Two duysn ''defray u rrt',o.11 v expcriM.,"," will i b- taken up: at as he wns trained}, they will he equally great through the assistance of his wife.Coquetry. .

/- From the opening of navigation to thc'::d a trip will often be gained by thi t i arrangement, tlw tune -[-aiIUKPa! ) (Gazette.;. in all the perfections of moral and social worth. -. J

1. :SOW bushels of American wheat from ----- in feminine c-
i had and the passage Lhvrpoulio Boston lessenedto I DOCTOK.Voi.T.unc .-There is a cruelty
\ uitluml is
I : young man money like
sad through Lake Erie, and the Wclland cato ton and eleven days. a steam ---- quetrv, \\lficli is one of nature's contradictioeshorirlcd 1
boat without fuel. J lie cantJ :dl atl. "
said
\UiOll: I have friend who is a director of the softest materials of the gept'c
;J. Canadian pOrt the ladies he.i.i., like the moon in a cloudy uiht.{ in the Bank of Kr.uiee. who writes to me wl}'n smile and the word nothing can exceed
soothing yet
is the
camel
-- -- JThe unly animal that cannot He can't shine.' they are goin? to make money plenty, and JIIJkeollI its Its element *>

JIt is stated that a muvcment is in progress swim ; the moment thy lose their J footing in ------- l\ rite, and then 1 give orders lo my broke/s! to utter hard-heartedness. *}fish
; a of the and most s
vanity, coldest harshest,
< :;tend the Electric Mr Lu.,t.-'\\\c\ 1:11f.st O. ... wo haveseen ell ; and he writes to me >lllht'.rt' going to .
Telegraph to Philadelphia} I stream they turn and make i j. all k ndifeelings
over, can no uilort to Out make stock fall, and then I tt rite hrolcrs to order : it sacrifices all Sl'n3C of right
of AW tomy
\ .f. York and Boston. }prevent themselves from being lrowne.l. are :all O. l 1C, According to this, the prink; buy ; and thus at a hundred Icaijnf s.from Pu'ii antI 1 ; all j pi itv, for the sake! 'a. transiesti

uitho'tt moving from m my chair. I make umoh-.11i! ," Landon.


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",-- HtSIISStI.L; : - \- .COPPER- ; LltS. A GAMBLING STORY.-Two; friends--- sat --- -- ---- ----- -- -- --- -- U- -- _. _u_- __ __ _-_ ___ -_._ __. JM LII
over a
:\W Apalachicola District of Florida.FRANKLIN" i. U BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS. I I ,FOR ORLEANS. '
"nra this NEW rTbefastsailing '
;l XL'sIrY of A PUTV o.v COPPIII. game of ; in city, four sears ago.- -. 11.

We jVpleased to l learn, among other evidences They played long, late and high, and at length D. K. Dodge, Compl't COUNTY. Doyle &: Co. :: schr. ADALINE, Ptftewon..
,
that ; five hundred dollars in ) SHIP CHANDLERS master, will meet with despatch for the
uf rdl.lrni.Il" prosperity: ; : a copper company" (luit one the other debt. and A: GROCERS,
v
'- jbout forming in thii) city, having tor its object We have said they were friends; and each knew James C. Watson, et al. Dcf't In Chancery. No.:>> :J & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee, abow Port; Fit freight br pasS geUf>plj*to th.
of the of cubJ business winch the other rtot $ ) master on board, or to WM. HUGHES
!e pelting ores a was so circumstanced as to stand so to the Court and at No. 20 Natchcz street, ,

hJS been hitherto monopolized in England. Itnnears lame a los?, although the excitement of playing IT appearing Master in Chancery, in, this from the report of N. ORLEANS. I I aug2G Water'streefr_ ... .

that the product of Cuba i is increasing:: at had led them on from larger bets to larger still case appointed, : )
!' I That the following sums are due by the parties 7 J-'OR RENT.-The building! near tba ,ftI
Its value until the event
rate. exported having came about.
.1 :;lust rapid hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments GC5WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS 'tjw.1 Market known as the ."Market Cofleo ,
irom $ 11',15: J j in 153 gradually tuJ,- Tom, you will have to take note for it here- in Paints Oils Varnishes I .;
: my tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin Turpentine and I 4Ijjtiouse, will be rested on reasoitl 11 4
.TCI'M: : in Is 12Nearly the whole of this goes said the loser," and it shall be paid fn thirty days." Land and Apalachicola Lot Window Glass, kc. Will keep constantly on : terms. Apply to J.. : f" I
fa1Jd, where it is smelted by five or ;;ixhllu"cs Oh, well "said Company, public no- \yYM.j j 1 !
JtI" very the winner (
dryly hand of the above follows
u pulling tice i is t1'reby'en to the parties a good assortment as : Apalachicola, July 27, 184-1.. ,
!: The quantity received at Swansea, a cigar from his: pocket and respectively,
twisted
} the
piercing 'f
) to the same to Benjamin F. WHITE LEAD Pure Extra Nos. 1 aud 2 =
pay Nourse
-
Receiver ;
June : end .
*', for the year ending JU, I' is was with his penknife.The .
Waie Js'.i and in said cause, together with the interest thereon, White and Red Lead, dry ; Venetian Red ; Commission_Business! r t !1j l
/ Cuba, : :: li i tons, fromJp.1ral loser snatched and ; r:
r.lm up a wrote the note
.ill toa, making to-aher41G5'J; ; tons worth for tliOO, payable in pen from the first day March, 1S-13, or their respective Yellow and Oxford Ocrte; Ivoiy Black ; New York, March 12t h,j l.B44.,. i, ,
I:: thirty days. shares will be sold at public auction in Chrome Green and Saxon do CO-: WITH of biwwes derived J' ,
"ti'Tl'M' or about tlual(0 the P'l>Juct ol All correct," said the winner accordance ; a knowledge *.
) coolly, and with a decree of the Court of Spanish and French Brown Blue Black from an of ..
/-'rauall :aud Ireland. Now it is stated that all taking the note from his unfortunate Chancery ; ; experience more tban.twenly Jfeawin (
ad'erJ.ry.lIave for the District aforesaid, to the several Green and Blue Verditter Commercial and other business puwuife, : .nd
tI&! Ur.-- uf can be easily and proJitdbly! melted here on Ned took the amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wednes Chrome Yellow and Orange do; i facilities, the undersigned i ,tender then; .gelYIC",. .
Ill'at' preferred cigar, and the next moment day in December next, to wit : FINE COLORS ITltamarihe and Cobalt as COMMISSION
that will deprive England of that whole his : ; MERCHANTS fof' Ule,pur
r.'rlus and the new company is about to undertake Tom opened eyes in astonishment at seeing Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st Lallow Lake and Crimson do; chase and! sale of all kinds of Produce, 3IUt'or" .

fie trade! busi-ie.-, *. 'i'he' ores ;=..:;at from Cuba in Amer- candle deliberately for a light! poking the folded 110tcJ into the March, lS4y. . . . . .1,660; 00 Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red ; eign and Domestic Goods. '. .') 1 I \, :

ua bottoms to Wales arc melted and the metals: Fire Ned !" said Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 Gl Chinese Vermillion ; English do; Their business will be conducted upon citib- ""\ d; ,
Tom
-I.'S, bars and slates brought back to this cotm.uieeuf burning up handing over the Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were Vandyke Brown ; Turkery Umbre ; lished principles, and with view to .prompt.rc- f.

:MI-. duty. Now by the impoMtion of a Ned knew note.his indebted on the same day and year. 970 70 Terra de Seinna ; Purple Brown ; York do; turns: tor all sales effected, and ansyvera toall J 1 '

.j'n! :! that article the whole business of The two friend, and lit his cigar in silence. I John D. Howell . .: . . . 3G3; 93 Crocus .Llartislineral Green ; orders with which they may be fa\.oredr" ; }

'Xt-.tn"uP'1ll a qtuntitj*. (.f ore equal' to the \\ hole pro- of soon separated with such a mutual) exchange By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack, Emerald and Paris: Green, &.c., &.c. Bills of Exchange drawn"against shipments of 1
;
:::t uf t : Gn-at; Britain can be transferred to this on 5i) remarkable friendly sentiment occasion.as might be expected ,i Judge of the Superior Court of Frauklin county, OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil ; Do. boiled ; Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored-en' ;)

:;'ilri ct, aal l:a;land :successfully rivalled in one This is an in the Apalachicola District of Florida. Spirit Turpentine ; Sperm Oil ; receipt of Invoice and Bill Ladihg,'or'Special-- j
no fancy sketch, reader. The t/o
: .K: t-a-U'd miUwials at !eat.:: In connection friends have been R. J. MOSES, Paint Brushes from No. I to 0,000,000; agreement for funds:: at maturity, with advices o e )
: separate wanderers for four years, Master in Varnish do. of all sizes: responsibility of drawers. -
"Ijd'C: have hen favored: with Chancery. ;
"
v..t. C i:>< : a and met each
....., r 1'1"u'.I.1 ,j ire t' JJiUon, ta }1., Vice CO.Iul, tu that !parting: the other other again day,,for in Canal the first street time,since New Apalachicola, August 19, IS-ii.,- Sash Tools from No. 1 to S: ; Badger; Hair; FOWLE, DE COIN & CO:,-

; .t.t- ;...!.I JJuat, :* h ol tne MerchatsU : .:\lolg.1ZU1\, Oi leans. Tom had been luckless: and unfortunate Copartnership and Commission Artists'Brussels Sable do Filchers, Hat and round ; _mar30 tJm 78 Pearl street' ,
Blinders of all
si/.w
..,'.viii: ue states had
.\ \ < u .,\\ ..t'c that! lucre aie .s'cr American: fortune's, favor. been graduilly creeping into JJusiucss, Sable &, Camel Hair Pencils: Ii and 1J in long CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THaS-: M.- i
In the course of the AT APALACHICOLA AND firm of "
same day accident COLUMBUS. DOYLfi X.
..,(IIt'S m the island of Cuba, wiio ship! the Stock and KaKomine Brushes;
.
t J.I hroust to Ned's notice a note against his undersigned have associated BUTMAN Tiian le New
for the ,
Buildings, Orleanir
Uli.c THE pur- Marking Brushes, round and hat
Ii
to uuJcr
jir EngLi.id, the
i ;
:' ',, copper friend Tom 1 fur' ju>t S500, in the hands of a third of transacting: a General Agency and Scrubirig.and Shoe brushes Ins: this day associated with him in business-.Mr.-.
'If :
duty, t Irt.'Jlt, & for ;
c.
-I- want
:; 'Xthfbe3
.? ".:;" : ...is in the United States? Such is: the person. Ned l bouirht the note immediately i patting Commission Business. The business! : will be con- Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do; hENRY BIDWELL, and wiU continue; .thu: 1'

:, X; i.v. if these <-res could bj s: dtl'd in tue for it the full amount of the claim, and in t/e' ducted in Apalachicola, Fla., by Henry L. Ray- Whitewash and Mop do; Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commission :Bu&s. I f
:: evening: the two Iricnds met by appointment. mon under the firm of RAYMOND &, HAR- ness, at the old stand, under the name and firm
and -
,, doujie the Dusting, Fancy Shaving brushes t
11.1t it
Mim costs SwanN
in ; '
:' :' Tom, di) you know I hold a note against DIN-in Columbus, Geo. Edward of DOYLE &UIDWELL." .. ..
:..: iv'n-'h! is JCJ'. per tOil, and called return t IiII' $300said Xed. you under the firm of HARDIN, by J. Hardin, Clothes and Hair do ; Grate and Horse do; f < ,
& Co. THOS..l\f. "
r';._:'_"O :"'.-'ii'ed? and thousands oi tons, not only" Fancy Feater Dusters; DOYLEj :
X "
), indeed I ? Why how so? said Tom in The advantages! offered by this HENRY BWWELLV.; I J' .
arrangement, toper.50n5 VARNISHES
j 1-. ,';, ::1| I }IIt r. ;Il South Anjciica! would be :-Copal, white; Coach do; \
amazement. at a distance who may have or wish to Cabinet New Orleans, July 1st, 1S44. ,jytf &zmOTICE.Tlie i
and Furniture
Polishing
tlie .uted States in do
"I... i.r--i"! !t) American vese' i O ; 1
I yes, here it is See! your note given to that make business in either or both places, will be Mastic for
i Pi'tnre.r..
< '!-. .jii-i: tn'is: open: almost a new canntl of com.i ,
wholesale firm on the Levee. A small buisness readily perceived. co-partnership' heretofore existing -- f
Feeling ourselves!
., til advtn'aj'.' aud give tll our ow.i fully competent WINDOW GLASS-:t-VJOO: ( boxs assorted sizes of 1
: : shipping: transaction has brought it into to conduct such i in this:; place between the subscribers, .
and business
possession
; my ; ; u : as it should be, French English and American. "v
,
1 i.: ..t I pi.i'it! of freight; they sLoulJ have, and might bv the under the firm of '
Tom and MOORE & McKFNZlE
I should
like have intending do
way !: to the mon- so to we respectfully solicit p tfci t-
:; a IXT- Mixed Paints i of all colors for
j Jjiw'nad! years ago, with those various other t'Y., share of patronage. Steam Boats, day dissolved bv mutual consent. f .
j'ut'.i:: \\"hi\l! uave so: long; l een ceded, without a Shipping: and Plantation use; together with a .. '
"I i: can't JOHN M.
pay it now, Ned-indeed, I can't but EDWARD J. MOuRE, ;
HARDIN
'.. ,
of
variety articles in the
atid aiuiu-T without huuhtto Painting line too
: : a numerous -
ST.: :: : Europe- in
tvweeks three WILLIAM A. iMcKENZIE.Apalacliicola ;
or at farthest: I can make HENRY L. HA Y 10ND. to mention.
.
and
J', :.ij.r. enterprise.l"c :; myself ready for it.;> Apalachicola] July 31, 1SH. alOtf jyO Jy May IS, 1S44. ,i I 1
"i- _
: CoUld afford .
: ; .i why we to pay twice Cancel his ----- I
;. too" !r -'"-liing uur' ores in America, as it thirty days,*'I said, Ned and draw me a new note at TO OWNERS--- OF STEAMBOATS. To the American Bar. B:: ELLISON & CO. offer for sale aVexrenr' I t

E I because the very gravely: taking a ci- NOTICE undersigned contemplates putting to Press sive assortment of Merchandize suitable fo- !
,
.
igiani, I', ut1)1' :
: ) ts. i ::(":; .:ar from his pocket, and piercing the end with a Boy by the name of Joe, who is a THE .1.j l'
: ensuing: Spring, the first volume of the Spring trade, consisting of ,
jdcJtcd with the lutioductio-i .aid sale I
c\ ; : (A it, at liis. knife, in precisely] the sam style Tom had good Pilot, any person wishing to hire a Pilot to It
tl':: .alter place, so far c.xe.ed'Olt: it ." :'i1 i possibiv u-spd) four years run from Columbus to Apalachicola, or Flint SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE Groceries; ; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes j ,,.

i*.of in toe former, The e\ '. ':* ,;, .. .-ai- All ago. River, can have up AMERICAN BAR." Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods'j- *
correct: said Ned, as had scattered the my Boy on trial for a week ; if P-
0: .II.. 11I14cr..l.l from the time it :iv." or.. "Id note in tor.i fragments: on the floor, and received they like him, I will hire him for a month, or My brethren throughout the United States are IVoodware Crockery and Glassware; Hardware;. ..,
:. 11 1'; is s'Il.lm Liverpool and '> \'.. .. Brushes, &.c., &c. znar3OQN '
.i > -i! itt :; the new ouc from Tom. Have a cigar, for the whole season. Persons wishing: to hire requested to aid me with contributions from their .

t 1":1\ -arly onv-Jifth of iteiitire \.U'j' ; .a il it is Tom ?!' him will do well to address the undersigned soon, respective States, locating particularly the CONSIGNMENT CROCKERY flt

!n'l:; 'ed ,direct; ir-im Cuba tothe latter /i-tc< tiy! Tom took the cigar, and as he did so, an I idea or his services may be engaged. I will hire him Scene" or "Anecdote" in the proper County or assorted, for country trade? '' *

w.1: l c\l' d cvea that, as freight i, usually from of Ned's design flashed I upon his mind. lower by the season than by thc single month. District. As the contributions will be very numerous Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by 'A: eft-
J I J'I b to j' J tun. .,
per
vf Nn, Ned-no I remember! Yes, I see" what SARAH L. SCOTT. and many of them from the far North and wich, Va., some superior cross.brand; t
tniiieral
V'rk Hifreight' 11I-tat4c.e i from this' place to New .xou'iv at : hut mine was a gambling debt, and this Ochesee, Aug. 3, 1S44. alO-lm West, I must request my friends to pay the postage Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery; t
!')! < ironi jJi to *?
:
; There
per Jon is a responsibility of regular trade!" exclaimed on them. I shall he aided in this amusing and Hollow and Tin Ware .
I js ii" dl..t.1.1:1. t'u.er. ores introduced OT1CE-Six months alter date I shall ;
into the United
N appl
Turn, rising to prevent the conflagation which he to the Hon. interesting work by some of the oldest and most Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c. .. !
t StateIn sending Judge of the
ores to the States for County Court of >
.- ,
-i .vvi i about to take place. distinguished Members of the Sourhern Bar.
sinclnii4: ti": wa.t.tgcwould be little! .. I Jackson county, for letters of dismission from ALSO,
the
,
: __ .. ,_ compared: \ll"1e was. .t debt of honor. and i-t Cc/ All communications must be directed
\,. .. .....H I 1:; i..w Hur Uh I'rc" .'lIt alilt mod Pope
., ctwapct: said Ned: with iuc--tious "r at Pensacola, Florida.'' Old '
c. "'.: 11 Li ) \ .1.' .,J.-""\ i-. li/JUbiC. solemnity.} will pay l lyoJJ. late of said county deceased.SARXH Sherry Wine, in cases ; \
: -- ---- as you once took the liberty of piyirig; mine;" H. POPE Adm'x. RICHARD ROE. All of which will be sold very low for cai. 'i

: 11I;/,..*.-The Uiiejs havcminy kind There and ho thrust the paper into the candle's blaze, Jackson County, July :>G, ISi J j. a3-Gm Pensacola, July 1st, IS 1 J. DAVID G. RANEY,

.. .. t fiandinjj:) it lighted to Tom, exclaiming, Fire up, cx- Editors favorable to the will jan29 .13Vatl'r ; \
: : ;(' !t: ; "i r "':' : \ -there j is the -juiie tIC : Tom !" undertaking '
....'. :l .:c:: itipziiiu-th smile 11'tih'ourae in direct imitation of his generous adver- i\T0T1CE.-All persons having claims against please copy. strf"t.t.
-. ... ., : ?,try: at Brag: ," tour years a,:o ..l "4 Thomas Williams, late of Jackson -- -- -- -- -- -- Roberts, Allen d Co., f\\
: ; ::; i w\- .:r j ..T etU.ttll:: '':Jld'jl dllticuitt county, OF CO :L;<2
(;e:.tie reader the .- : hand and forsale ... }
deceased on
anecdote is true. The two are required to 'the DISSOLUTION HAVE : : 1{
.' present
: / uI'.t1"J'u: same duly r
it! \ il on wlien it is done-tiiu heretofore .
:'lemen! whom under and bar Iron Blacksmith'sToGennan .
have authenticated ;
within
we designated: as Tom 'the time ; ;
; and '
> ih! u! j-iiusjd ;*KCy at our Cuaver-ati i-, } prescribed by lawor the name and of DOYLE >.t
.
-.nc ; style & BUTMAN
Nod .
English Blister and Cast steel : 'l
.. are U present residents of New Orleans. I this: notice will be plead in bar of :: ?
'....c' .I1'1'/ ;'':, if we veature to ania'. Hut the their rcS hip Chandlers and Grocers .
Cauldron
.
; :; Nos. 2 & 4 Kettles from 20 to 120 galls .
Delorp I
,
.-, .ul. -Ihe" CO'crv.11 nersops indebted to siid; P<;t:1tptI'P.. ......... _., .. ; _,
; jUl.I "r ;
> ?; I'C eiMl-is that which IKI-H: :\lX:1.'IIJY.-\Vhell Haydn, the celebrated requested to make immediate settlement. # U.II-. 6h;" .1 ; .t=-.J -r hollow Warfww-kolewdo o.nil iciaii; ; t'
';; >. .1'i j ': thai v.urds: *' .VuU have woii mo !" <;ou.'...-''!-, lirrt heard .in Irish melody he m s.iidfto.i.uo THOS. M. by mutual consent. All claims due by said firm wrought and Cut: Spikes Nails.J. i c'Ir-;
WHITE
i j .: -.i .1' u.-"vr ieiVtrs the taemi.ry, eien after been. deeply; allecied, and remarked, ** that AJarianna Jan. liUh Administrator. an requested to be presented, and those indebtedto Brass Andirons ; Fire Irons s .,- .,. I
b 1 1. Platform "
jan22: 6'm Scales
., ... :' h ; c'Hilu make payment to THOS. M. DOYLE Beams and haHanct's. .:1
i :t i w ui\,jld.-n:iginthc: ioLLb.-JSos1 : ni'i.-c. oniv originate with an oppressednice. who Tin \Vare of
.,d ." -- will continue the above all kinds, wholesale: reta ,
'. .i. uHUlldtc 0-PARTNERSHIP business:; on his own account Also \ -r
l\OTICE.-The a general
nf
under assortment Hardware.
= tf2 C the name of the firm to be used in
: -- -------- liquidation ;
-- -- signed having associated with them Mr. H- They are also prepared to attend to any 'u*.:
.i'1 :!II/1.'f ,,.;f'i ,W: "t'ed ur CfJTf> -S. \\ Jewi Obit itai. W. BROOKS, will continue to transact a Genera. only. (Signed) THO M: DOYLE, j for Iron or Brass Casting, Bla'dtcniit'fim"p. .3 '- .
.
':' : aieteriu: the l oston.Cultivatof! savs Died, in this city, on the 22d instant, of Commission, Forwarding, and Shipping Business BENJ. BUTMAN. 4 Copper or ;Sheet: Iron work, or Tin arid C '
,
.. conges- New Orleans June 15; J Roofing on reasonable '
"J. j--cu-tcd scions IS 14. jyO j 1m tenns. -janlv
i y'at some "slips" we the _
( iP.L' lever, at the residence of Mr. Schrodt, Mr.Ul firm NOURSE, STONE & Co. .....
u'I'Id of .isjietli.it1i-: neither i l CtTC !. TiiuMAS: :: 1'. JONES: aged 22 NOURSE & STONE. IQUORS AND WINES.-Brandy-Otard
,. years, a native of I Drugs and Medicines.1'
/ T..4 he. is i iiih ,
/1 .run -
\ 'jv : pra:n- lB. F. NOURSE, ) &. Co's .
Dupuy A '
: evv' Vort\, and for the last number of ; Seignette's.GinHolland subscriber has: taken the Store'in B r; \
t\ i'1: Tue years a T ;
: : ri.: ('rI.n H. B. STONE V ] 9.
Apalachicola 1 1844.H. anchor brand. '
Aug. ,
cilizca of this ,ldcc.To : ell 8 Buildings, formerly occupied by >1 ; .
;: I ':'i-ty i* ir/en in the ; )H'JwilworJs\ : i : \\-. BROOKS. Old t.
I 5 a19TRIME Whiskey- Scotch I
.. I"' ,' t' > A t a \"OUI tree wa-> bent over- aJ C'. all! with whom: he had become acquainted! \\riuc-Old Madeira ; Monongahela. T. Caro, and as early as 15th of May will op e :",:
I PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork ; Sicily ; old pure Port; stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c., &c ..
r.: :-.l \ itij t..trtti. Wiiirli took root ; the tro* w-s 1 IK- nad endeared himself by his amiability! strict just received for :t.,
sale
L and for sale Champaign, by summer use, and in the fall will have
largi
i byDODGE
C : : j.uler, waili: I stopped; ; all conuexmn: with pr'-bity, mid manly, !but unacsiiniing: deportment DODGE & GARDNER .. : i
complete assortment for merchants )
t'I' ::1c1ur.d I'b Hf the! tree, and by the &. GARDNER, country ;!
sprouts L ilis-connexions i dt the north will feel a deep bereavement aiiff9 aplG 40 Water st ters and physicians. ... .e.
: .
'.r ': "', >ru.u: irta: the top portion of the' body ain 40 Wafer st. "' ..

:(,:": ..\1 ; ::1 w.is: Jormed; which produces this line in his death, and a large circle of attached YARN.-15 coils Kentucky- Pack- 1 ; TM. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large: -_ap20( B. S. HAWLEKeward

:'J.t. ul 1.1 b.: a beautiful r.-d, good size, and a friends in this city, mingle the most poignant PACKING, for sale low by V V and well selected :stock of DRY GOODS, $250 .

crX..c' '.t-a-ant table apple to be USf.-a in the fall." rCfcts'Hh theirs: for his untimely end-cut DODGE & GARDNER, consisting ofCloths:- : on the night of the ISth ins

-- ---- &,ii' in the spring-time of life, and when he had fair aug19 40 Water st. Cassirneres, and Kerseys: ; WHEREAS house of George S. Haw _

:\ '., ry uf th? JCHr.' -The scenery al'.ng Ilk [pro 'eCr5 of reaping in this world the honorable fIOIIDAGE- & OAKV1.75 Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets; Esq., was destroyed by fire, and is supposed

: ; ".?-.nls :!i tnv features reminding on.ti '1\-\; Foiciiin and Domestic Prints ; the act of some incendiary. Now therefon-
of virtue and
rewards of worth.
:. ..f! -i I :," 'lar1i..f I Indu.! The rice-field aad _.1 coils of Manila Cordage, assorted; Brown Drillings and Irish Linens; virtue of the powers in me vested, -3 Ma}
"t. tie miseraHk The aged die and are gathered to their resting 25; bales Oakum, for sale by Bleached and unbleached
: -, !mud hamlets, the! un- Sheetings ; the City of Apalachicola, I hereby .;..ct a re'

.vr\: : _' ", i.l:: il'i lazily wlluwin:! in the !stream, tow IJace.! like the sheaves of ripened wheat into the DODGE. & GARDNER, "Shirtin's o ; of TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLL

'i isc iia-jics at the( still, cool hour of eve, gr-.ups i-tore-hou&eof the husbandman-they have finished aplG 40 Water street. Cotton Osnaburgs; for the apprehension and convictiod of the p

'U-ir! *, I twuh! : olten handsnuiL', Arab girls are their day. Cut he fell as falleth the blossom nipt IME.-SO bbls of Lime, for sale low by And every other article in their line adaptedto or persons committing the act ; and it wfir

w' -iit in repair: for the purpose of replenishing:: by untimely frost ; he has gone to that land where L KIMBROUGH & RIDGWAY, the country trade. dec4 y enjoined and required of all 'Officers and

tIifl. l",,_.sicaliy shaped urns with-\\\aiut\ ; limpid citizen, to use diligence in detecting the offer
( there is no more death-where the roses never per his agent WM. H. HUGHES, UTTEH.-17 kegs Goshen Butter,
I\'at' rs which} they then so gracefully balance on FRESH Given under hand, in the City of Apal
jyG 52 Water street. article my -
wither, but where the aramanthinc bowers,sweeter : ,jut received from New Yorker
TheIr tll't s, whilst their simle: scanty blue gar- cola, this I'Uth day of June, A.D. 1844. I
Morca.
Dent hide the by far than Eden e'er could boast, waves in fra- HEWING TOBACCO-15 \Irs.l\Iiller's p brig For sale byNOURSE
serves barely to symmetry of theirWd"r""rI C.--- je-2-2 It DAVID G. RANEY, May"A
1t J shapes or partly to veil Jar. e black grauce o'er the umbro&ial fields of that couutry Chewing Tobacco, just received and for sale jy6 & STONE, -

;Lt'II't.-s'iu'jc'! eyes which might: ) lanuihnz; orbs who& inhabitants shall be crowned with a halo of by DODGE & GARDNER, 46 Water street. An Ominancc I

O't: :". .,- :\jarjs frcuentiti] the loresofthy! Gan- undying; glory. Death to the good man is only a je5 40 Water street. I TRANSPARENT WINDOW BLINDS.- Providing for the arrest of offenders,.& -

4 c 11. tu: -,.t'-re.l !ie I Hindoo. Then, ugaa. prelude to a better iuht'ritancc-an inheritance W'INDOW SHADES-A fresh assortment oi -assorted patterns.For Section; 1. Be it ordained by the .Mayo

i: tit; : :'ni'iiji-r' of I irrigation; practiced bj I the !pour z that i is incorruptible, undefiicd! and that fadeth not patterns, just received, and for sale by B. ELLISON & CO., Council of the City of Apalacfaicola made of,the Tba vio*

!:..:r. a %..t1l l i'e'.l'!} jhs, us they laboriously) >;wing up sale by B. ELLISON & Co. ap20 33 Water street. cases of upon ordinance complaint of said being city to the May

ttverw.ii-r i.ttu; their ii,*ld-, in rudely rontructed'essIs a way. aplG 33 Water st. any and' to ISM
hall have full authojntjr
MEDICINES subscriber
.c.-The power
For ansrels stood around, to bear DRUGS ,
fruneil i jf basket-work -
( ; the'C'ry birds Marshal of said.crtvmunding ,
directed the
warrant to
4"tllch Ills soUl away from pain and care; LEAD-500 lbs Bar Lead. opened a iresh supply of Drugs: Di
/ ISS m tJ.JC'ks overhead, all most powerfully BAR him to arrest the person or ptI5O
Medicines
To everlasting day. For sale &c. All orders from the country
tend by her or then
t to avvakeu: Ijir -buried associations in theict Plained: against, and detain him,
:: of he has bid adieu to pain CHESTER, FARRIOR &, McGRIFF, promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY, j otherwise ordered the )
s tL.s.: who ever dwelt in the fur: dM.mt.t ; t u, by Mvyt "
jel .14 Water street. jel cor. Chestnut &. Commerce streets. {rt aH ,.
orda
..t! H HIIIlJiTaColonel J'apier's1ld And left this cumbrous clay, Sec. 2 Be it further
SportM And gone to heaxen, where' angels: ) reign when judgment may be ,.naerea In.tbe11..:. ... ..
: and C.\RPETS.-A
m Lw.ope1.cia 'lfrica. FOR SUMMER }
,
CHAIRS-Received! 'OI for a vIolatIon of c
MATTING
bh.ful ,
Forever on fhat : plain, CHAIRS per ship Court against any pers' I
There, there! to live alway.areauthoribed. just received.For the ordinances of 6id city! the Judg. ( "1101 ,

A jTt'.t portion of the wretchedness which sonijiUcr __ I sale by B ELLISON[ & CO., 10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs Court may; remit 5u.h portion 01 saidjudgtr ;

ofe! : married lifeorigitraes; in the ncglif ap27 33 Water street. :'J "curlell h in his opinion may be proper, when Us app fI"' '. til; .

':!'lC.c tfjir: :s. Connubial! happiness is a tiling! =- We to :announce OTICE.-Tlze undersigned have this day 2 Boston Rocking Chairs, that ;uch otlence "as cornnuttedpnderznitt: }

'-< t.jo li.I'V' .t xture! to be roughly handled-it i> JOHN GHENT, of Walton county, as a 1 I formed a partnership under the name and 1 U Mahogany circunstnnce10 l'd "'cd: by l7ouncJl30th( May, i
'.' \.

fijiJICI'! :j !bht; it is a sensitive plant, which will tonal District at the} ensuing: cl dion. a'JO tion of a general Wholesale Grocery and Commission Bedsteads, Washstands: Curled Hair Mattrasses, :-

(wtewu: hear the touch of unkindness.: It must --- Business.: D. GOLDSTEIN, Feathers, &.c., all of which will be sold l'nv for 'j1jETNA INSURANCE COMPA Y )*

Wat.-ieJ with the shu.vers of a tender aflection, Z:iT We authorized to announce JOHN R. BEERS. Cash.j.y PETER HOB ART. JL j/artford, Conn.-The undersigned ag- i Vsc 4
are
n: 4dt'l j with t he ..:Uiw of attention, aud ;guarded Columbus 134-1. ., ap3 2m ma ::1.1 the said Company, i prepared to ist>ue pol t >:
,
*'Jt' t.ie [lo\v of atteiiti and by the ROBERT J. FLOYD, Es.p' as a Candidate April, Insurance against Fire, and loss or dam '.'. )t.
'.1 guarded
.
,fcure: uj: iv barrier of uashdk: n confidence :- for) the Senate from the Western Senatorial]L TTARIlI ON'rAlrPLE CIDER.-A superior.Li UXDHIES.-l0 bbls Cider Vinegar; rivers, on favorable terms. The capital' fjcCN

Clus Rit'.ured, it will bloom with fragnnce in Ui>:rict at the ensuing election. j-7 article of Geo. S. Badger's manufacture, kJ 2 bbls Copperas; S mats Cassia i ; above company is large and invested in'th< ''t I

C\'er. "... b JI of life, and relieve eieu the toneli- in barrels for sale bv .6 chests Teas, green, black, &.c. possible manner, and its settlement of loa hj;

trs:s wf l declininlor )cars. ':::1r: \Ve .authorized to announce NOUU-SE & STONE:, 10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs:: andJCloves always been prompt an< !liberal. 1

jel 40 Water street. 10 boxs:: Ground Pepper ; 4 do Spices; pAN'L J. DAY, Agel

Rtf' !Jr. N. A. LONG, of Jackson, as a Candidate 5 baskets Salad Oil ; 5 kegs Bar Lead: Apalachicola,. ,Anril 5, 1S44. ,. _. '
:-KM;! r i Sriutzrn.r.-v. Honck of New 9
\. Ue dldr.'II h-tter for the Senate from the Western SenatorialDistrict PAINTS, OILS, &c.-To kegs: White Lead ; :;0 bags Shot, assorted ; 1 case Sardines ; -- : PROTEC :
tn
cl loveruor Calls oe- for'the
*
11:1Ll: at tlu ensuing election jr!7 Paint 10 do Green 5 cases Pickles 1 do Preserves milE subscriber, agent
Black
: ; ; '
;! to \ :eld! up James! G. Graham as a fu2itieI'utice ----- -- ; ; 1 INSURANCE COMPANY, .ot Ha 0" .
.tDTU J! to t-tand his trial in Florida on the 1 bbl Yellow Ochre ; 5 bbllLmseed Oil; 5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale by to receive :
James full
If-::. Gibson, :2 do GARDNER, Conn., with power proposeto
Uut4dzfl4: him for fnurl and (monpiracy, Spirits Turpentine ; DODGE & terms
'JSIJ; tr tailurtof th! : Bank of Florida while he HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAINTERAXD ,250 galls Sperm Oil aplG 4U Water street. iS-'**-* policies on as favorable as :
; '
Vag Prl.? >!tt'{;:. One of the reaonfor fusing t toot: : GLAZIER, 200: Paint Brushes, assorted, for sale by goat! offices is prepared to insure against .w. : .

tr"; ..d"r 'i-.. 'iatTi is hat th' indiftrnriit does i Apalachicola, Fla. DODGE & GARDNER, iAINl'S, OILS, GLASS, &c. damage by Fire, and also .to take Marine nrA yflr; .

ti 2Mr ect(: Hie lurticular aeKof fraud or culpablf! ne-, [;3- Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of aplG 40!) Water st. _I. 100 kl''w.hite Lead ; land risks. The reputation of this oroprr ;

Cb1ll\ ; a. failure of the bank.-t3alt.! ) un.: P.is1ts, Oil,. Glass: Putty, &c. &.c.Vork doneon. L :"> bbls Linseed Oil 5 do Lamp ; settling losses with promptitude and .Uben i i.

\ la.te the most reasonable terms. all ;1 tIaiD AND NAVY Bl{( AD.-jO; bbls Pilot 75 assorted; sizes well known. DAN'L J. DA.1 ,
PILOT box Glass ;
number of the Home Journal, has an do Navy, for sale by : Apalachicola,.April S, 1.54,1- '
;*LI.al. t tale entitled Kdlod by the fashion RECTIFIED: WHISKEY'.-20 )bbls old: febS; W A WOOD, 23 Water st. 100 lbs Verde-gris: : Paint Brushes ; fcc. -

: CS. We should not wonder if some havo ttifierlVhi kcy, just received per schr. Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead., J..c.. A fresh lot of Wavy' Kentucky i-4,
fferCd death from sale low &. BAGGING.-Northern Bale Rope Just receiied, and for sileB. ; II AXES -: -
that cause, as ladies may be Mary Ann, for by ROPE received and for sale br

..:tt..with.. in our street.-, anlealJl1t. : day, who ar DODGE S. GARDNER, India: Baginfor sale bySn20 K HAT1JI.Y.. : zr'l'J 13 ELLISON v'v 10, 33 Watt
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I t, : ; LEGAL NOTICE I : UNITED STATES WARM SPRINGS. INSURANCE AGENCjj'TIlE .

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:_ : MERIWLTHElt GEORGIA. =
FOUNDRY COUNTY
TYPE &; STEREOTYPE NEW YORK
: FraiiUliti Superior rourt. NOTICE.-Six months alter dote, I will apply Cor. _\.I1Il & Nassau; s-treets, New York. 1i1 'Y..T THE PROPRIETORS of this watering FIRE INSURANCE CONTRI COMPANY0Ojice {TIOXS P

AT CHAMBERS. lIon. \V. U. M. Davis, Judge. of the ., t N THE undersigned respectfully ii ::;iii;; place, have been induced to open their .b. 57
Wall
Street
of ; A' y
:
County Court of Franklin connt'for letters ..' "jJjIouse for the accommodation of invalids
of the
Robert J. Floyd, comp't, I Ig. inform: the Old Patrons Insure Dwelling-houses, Warehouses
a dismission Thompson.II. and others, much eatlier this than usual and BUild.
from the estate of'l'hos. \1' STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY season ,
: TYPE & ings in Merchandise
IN CHANCERY.defendant of general! : Household
STOXEdmil1istratur. in the that have
B. consequence many applications
Curtis and Griswold, et al,1 jmNOTICESIx __. l formerly known as JAMESCoNJir.uV' Furniture, Ships building Ships in Port
rmrls diiFercnt
been made for Board from of the
10, 1SJJ.
I _. Apalachicola, May and more recently as parts and their Cargoes, ami ; description
ciary -
TT appearing to the Court .i davit filed in months after date I will apply L _, "('QN-.VKR & COOK'S," and the pub- country by those laboring under various diseases, of personal Property, .

JL this cause, that said Lewis CiGriswold is and George Jud!e of the County Court for lic in general t ih.it they are prepared to execute such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c all which AGAINr LOSS OR DAMACC BY nnr..

trustees of the Apa._chieola Land Franklin Countv, I fiit letters of dismission. on the orders for PRINTING'TYPE, PRESSES, &c readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have J. SMY'H ROGERS, })J'ci cnt.

Company, and said John M. Berrien and David Dstatc of John Norton, late of said county, deceased. and every other artIcle necessary to form complete heretofore held out more inducments to persons :R.V.. MARTIN, Secretary.

Selden who are' defendants in said cause, reside JAMES GREEN, A d m'r. Printing Establishments, on as favorable seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to

I beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit : the Apalachicola, April 17, IS 14. a20 <3mOT1CE. terms, and of as good a quality as any other establishment those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we .-\IYTII ROGERS DIUECTOp.s., HUB'T McCOSR1y

said: Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New in the United States. say come, and come early, if you wish to he JAMES nit YAH, HEXH r AHISII '

York; arid the said Berrien and Selden in the '%. .-Six months after date, I shall apply fl'he Type cast at tin Establishment, is, both benefited. These Springs have proved a certaincure .TAi\IC- McBRIDE, R E1BENVli'lhlq

state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be _t.N to the Honorable Judge of the County Court in style of face, and the material of which it is in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. JOIIX AI>\?Is"rILLT.I SCOTT" '

published once a week for the spaceof four monthsIn of Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from made, particularly adapted for service in Newspaper and in no instance have invalids failed to be benefited ..HHIIIAGCH..ITY, I.'. rrD.\\r, '

the "Commercial Advertiser," a the administration; of the estate of John S. Randolph Printing. who have visited them, for the proof of G. C. Vl'RPANCK, l'ETEI 1..Ir( :
newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term } late of said county, deceased. OC/-' All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order. which, we can refer to innumerable certificates, ..101l .To1J cs'ros. HH'IL\HD I IRVIN'
.OS. IEI: NOCIIAN C. V.
FRANCIS R. ELY Executor. from the most in the s& 1'OUSLVFTT:
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each tf. B.-Such Newspdpi-fsjw will copy the above some respectable gentlemen JOhN. PALMER:: E. I). IIUKLIJIT fP.
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the Mari-itma: Feb. 1st, 1M1. fcb-5 (OrnNOTICE. three times, previous November next, will be Staff. LcwiLLAiiD, < ; Eu. P. ItiiLl

complainants bill will be taken pro conftsso: .-All persons having claims against entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four To those in pursuit ofplcsurcH' will say this AMES IcC.LL1.. COLe 1ATL* '
that intend to offer inducements '
much enough
against them (a copy-teste.) :'Williams, late of..Jacksoa county, times the amount of the three insertions. we LOWELL IIOLURUOK.
GEO. Fl BALTZELL, Clerk. deceased, are required to present the same duly JAMES CONNER & SON. to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the Thc undersigned have been ;appointed tt'l'ntj

Apalachicola, May SQth, 1814. fel1m authenticated within the time prescribed by lawor New York, June 1st, 18 1 \t._loS 3m South. We intend to keep a better House I than of t the above Company, and are ernpowertdto'l"sue
I this notice will be plead in bar of their re- we ever have lit'p.anc1. ( it i is said that trenerally policies of i insurance against i los-. or dam

Franklin Superior Court.AT eo'.ery.11 indebted to said estate arerequested 'lilOIlas Gray, kept a very good one.) Our Beds arc all entirely bv lire, on as favorable terms as other gnurN'OUR (Jllices e,

CHAMBERS. to make persons immediate cttlement. ? HAVING opened a Tail"rini; new ; our houses have all been repaired, and the > ,K &. STONE,

I Robert May, comp't., )] THOS. WHITE, Administrator. t ..Establishment in the room lately! whole pi.ice presents a new and beautiful appc.ir- ApalachicolaMarch ::}, l' 1 1I.S -\\.lfl'rst..
occupied by D. lIe Palhli:, lv*|. The of the atmosphere is fine, -- .- -
V?' i 1 t \CFI'Y. Marianna Jan. llUh iS 1 I. Tun ance. temperature
IN jan22
,Vl'r11'.
Curtis and Griswold, et al., watch-maker, directly ( the( thermometer seldom using ulmVc bti degrees. 'l'IIEETXA INSURANCE COMPANY rf
defendants. J f .a.-- .__ ._ -- --- /34i F. Kop m.n i's store, where lie is Our Paths arc in as good order as they can be,and ( .-Th' undersigned) y
appearing to the Court from affidavit filed Tax IVotice to execute all orders in for the benefit of those who have not paid us a the said Company, is prepared is-ue> pohcicsif

IT this came that said Lewis Curtis and IN conformity with an Ordinance, passed by & \ L a workmanlike manner, .r.nd trusts visit, we will describe them : they arc <6 in number, Insurance against Fire, arid !lr,v, or damage orj

George Griswold trustees of the ApalachicolaLand Mayor'and Council of the City of ApaLiehicoLi ) t ID'preparccl; 1 ( \1 to give general satisfaction to each (ten feet square: in the clear, with a dressini: rivers, on favorable terms. The capital ot f the

Company, and said John M.: Berrien and March 2'2d, ISM, entitled "An Ordin- _. .. those who may favor him with room .itUched to each, and are so arranged as to ah 'company is lortre and imotcd in th safest!

David Selden/who are defendants in said; cause: ance 10 i.tist' a Revenue for the use of said City." --T----e their patronage. rais j I the water to any depth required ; our Sprint \possible manner, and! its settlement of hi'ss-s has

reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit : I Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, h have this March :2J.: I IS-H. jiflhrds upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of alwa\sbeen prompt and liberal.
I the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New I d.iy levied upon, and will on the ir.th( day of December --- --- --- -' ----- --- ----- ------ wafer per minute ; the temperature of .the wateris ).\:'. .J. DAY, Agent.Apalachirola .

York ; and the said Berrien and Selden in the next, at 11 o'clock, A. :M., in front of the Tailoring precisely CJ'J degrees. The an.ilvsH as taken by April S, I.' ILI .______ _
state of Georgia. It j is ordered, that a notice be I Apalachicola Exchange, tr ceed to sell at public $J' TEIDlCmlt; on Ddii'iry. -fSprill Dr. .. P. Cutting, State Geologist, i is a* follow-- : --- ib-i fur -
and Summer Fashions just irr.tir.td.THE : I! ; vub.-v ; agent (PROTECTION! :
published once a week for the space of four monthsin j outcry to the highest bid! -r, 51) much of the following subscriJier respectfully I height above the level of the eeir, 7Hq): J f.l't- rr'l \.::( i.- NUE (011)lit f Harti ,:i
the "Commercial Advertise" a newspaper : described propcrtv H will bring double l 1 jna'itity one wine pint or 2S.S73 ciihir incho.- .
Conn. will mil
informs the Citizens of .\p.1lac1li1 power to lecene pr"ip ?alsjud
in this district, before the ensuing term the amount annexed, togotuer with all costs andcharges .1i specific:; gravity (, ):distilled water being I,ot;0.GASLF ).
printed :r. cola, and its vicinity, I that havingfor to issue policies en as favorable Uni's. a.> utlu.
said defendants, and each of sale. :' r' Carbonic acid ga<, ..2 cubic inches.SiiVhurate .
of said Court requiring I..
4- the Summer located? himself I at of good offices: j is prepared to incite ygan.st li,: trdamr.ge

r J of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the InoL'i! :. L)1s.f I 'l wh\l:11: tet-d. 1$ et-: '\I' ;:j. t the Office of R. J. Moses, Esq., on SOLIDS; -Caibonate; hydrogen..a of Lime .. ..1 grain.trace. !by Fire and 1 also to tiCIariul'! aril: ;inland .

complainants bill will be take pro confesso: -li; J I 1A. 'I' Bennett,.. . .22 (10- :"' i$' Chestnut street, is prepared, and Caibonate! of Iron..3: 5 grains. risks. The reputation ot this. Jiiipiny' : fwscttlni.

against them. (a copy-teste) )2 .J 5 -. L. ,. will be pleased-on reasonable CarhonaSr of Magnesia, .., ,. .10 09! grains. '.' Jesses with promptitude and libcr.iiitv is
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. C 1 J# t' terms-to execute all orders in }his j The! tTif>rrrnture: of the Water, winter and summer well I rumll. DAN'L. J. DAY,
181-1. .jel 4tn J C. E.: Bartlett . . S'73h1 ::1 J 1 "
Apalachicola, May SOth. n_(J' _J .'J) \ }. "- line business i in tho( latest I styles I JM decrees. Apalachicola, April S, b 11.
.
Franklin Superior Court.AT 2 :J nil.lsal,. . . 'uH2. =-.- and warranted; to suit.N. l Splendid Road has been finished, expressly _
.1.T. C. Bil'llsJI,... . : 5U G.innenis attended to. 1.rUI. Sydney Green, Il" D.D .
B. particularly
:
CHAMBERS. -Boy* : for ri'Iinir, I three miles in length; it leads to the
FlJ &; 12 Calhoun & Bass,. . 10 ou JAS. C. COLE AN. !: ( ;HJEEN i : tdk- this, opportunity ot expr j.
where behold of
Mountain
Thomas Mitchel comp't. summit of one
.Al 1 John Evans,. . . 2 UD2 Apalachicola June 1st, IS 11. jel tf you sing hi; gratitude to hi?, patron?.: and tft a:tnre
in A
UKmo4 magnificent views Georgia. good
vs. them that it -liall Le In.- eon -'aJl' endeavor to render
1 &
DodgeMcDougald. Calhoun II )& C. Edmondson,. . _)9 00In 1. .. I.('Gar, mad has also been made to the well known hm.-elt' mop n.-fl'il ill hi-, |'rt.feiou..
1 ;
1,6 5
and Bass trustees of the CULl SPRING, only fths of a mile from the Ofliclf on Centre. It'arrater i-tieet. dec25
ip'd EJ. 11 John Gilmore,. . . 2 50 (AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,) f
Franklin Land and Apalachicola Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it,
.J3 G F. RGriffin,. . . J 00 COI.UIVIULTS, CKORtilA. I.a"r.. Spratf .
;in the world. ,
cold
Lot Company ; to be the finest water
CHANCERY. Estate of John 25 TAKES this method of jflfj.fling -
Gillispie',
1 9 .7.
various.The ATTOJJNEY A COIN ELLOI: AT LA\V.
Curtis and The amusements at the Springs ore -
Lewis George . . 71) the jaiblic, that he has just ,
the C2 t G & 7 JacoblIarvcv, i1'.2 f and the -ervir for th future re.-ide in this city. All
of Ball Room is opened nightly WIL
Griswqld, trustees lflildA2 7 John Kern ,: . . Jif iZreturned from New York, with anew () have coinutitted! If'glltJ-lIlf'I :*- to hi*
Musicians in this section cf the
Co.
Land of of the best
Apalachicola ; Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy, . 2 50 and splendid[ assortment of one rare while! a re>identof, ( >uiiey, wiil l pieae! ad-
Myers, assignee in S 2 .1. C. Love,.. . . :JOU .r E W E L R Y country, is engaged to take charge of it. dres- him at this plsice. He will continue a reri--

bankruptcy of George 17 3 William Low,. . J ouR2 Consisting in part of Cold; and Silver Watches, a We intend to devote our I time exclusively this lar attfrulatice upon the courts of Jack.-on and
defendants. to (the comfort of our visitors, and we hope inddn.s counties awl the Court
Ross, season Appeals u
them
11 Charles \tcKinliey, . I 00rmp'dE new pattern of beauliful I Hrea--tpills-amon.
to the Judge by affidavit filed in to be able between us, to please all, :and see that 1'ahshmae.!
IT appearing JamesS. 10 J.\farlin,.. . . ..125Imp' some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and ; -. ;. .
( Hii "\ A Woo-J'a : 20 Wu
cause that said Danicll\lcDoug-J.M, none dissatisfied. Mr. and \Irs. Johnson (:t over ) .ireli
11litchellMar7.cll . J 5E2 Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils Gold go away
,
Curtis \ ![ .Tiiiu 8 l:4t.
Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis will im't charge of the house, S- R. 1 B. too, will Ap.ilcichico.j, ,
reside S :.iio. '1'. Myrick.: . . 5 tJ(UFl and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob --- -- -----
and George Griswold ; and Myers, the 11 :JOsCpl1hitcliell,. . .1 Sf I I Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated C.i>tors, Ma.itle give his whole attention. Ji3jes F. I'arrior,
of the Territory, to wit : will be the heretofore
the limits Our charges
beyond E' II !I 1K. \lcKcllzie,. . . 5 00Ill Clocks, fine Knives ice. &.C., which he will soil same as PORT 'VAHUEXXD: NOTARY PfPLiC.:
in the state
Calhoun and Myers, month for Hoard and Hat his,
said 30 Lodging.
McDougald, : per .
I 11a
1 & 1 'I. laitland & :0\ ,. 7 on lojvTor earIt.FUJL.L Apalachicola,
uf Georgia the said Curtis and Griswold, in the I rte. .\ fi.io tock of good is kept here, r. I 1
; HIJ & 1'2 'Peter and .Jos \Titchd. j O!! Jiwiiir GOLD \\'ATCHs eH. \.p ASEVKXTV --' Mahn.\ bv: found at the ollce: of I''rrirri:
of New York and the said Bass in the state sold fair These Springs .'{s trii--s '
I state ; 1-:) S iA..J.l\orn:,. . . :::011 JWM.AUS. at prices. are Co. No. 1 1 Water; st. 1 Ho v.ould n sl''tfllih so
of Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub- north of Columbus 1 and 10 miles-south ( t f Gn-en-
months 30 7 Oleu &. i'titisou, . 1 2:i All kinds Watches: and: Clocks repaired, and: > lieu the patronage cf his friends .:ardtxn, -
lished week for the of four villIi will fine difficulty! reaching
once a space t 0;: no
in the Imp"l C.! OU D..m'l. Ryan, . 3:2::: warranted to I.ri'ormH'll.! tance.- dr 1'2 iA
before the ensuing term of this Court, here at all times, as the daily Stages connect -
in Imp'cl J(1)( John Ha ) :2lflip'lA.2 :. IH.. Persons residing Apalachicola., or
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed : .,'r..tnk \ all'.I ;; fJC along the river, wishing: their Watches or other MobileMontuornerv: Savannah, .11JutaIa'on; ; .i..i-on : Ono',

this District, requiring said defendants_.. to.;n appear...] .1 1'1,,. r \ .1)I" 'i, T.,,.;lry r.>piirec: !. hnvin: :r nn npprjrfnnify to ;pifl] and Madiv.ii with Columbus ;and Greenville, and ATTOllNEY'.s :: LUeX..ELLuHS LAW.
and answer, otne, i3cii.e*" Ti them. :: I" !llry\\Jlham.- ,. . 4! uOU I them by tru.tvoithy hands, during the boating I Mucks! run (tIt) fl'ollllJtJlh places twreo tlI(::'' Abbeville and Tro\ .Ala.WILL .

be taken pro confesso: against PETER HOllEHT, season: can have them repaired by \1 r. Leti.ty.; will be no ( ":'tiiiIlttTi91t A four horse Sta-ie practice! in the Cunt:; and Circtw

(copy testet Clerk. Tax Collector. and returned with nearly the same despatch as also leaves Columbus three times a week by the of the counties of?IuiitguniervPike.Coilee .

G..O. BALTZELL, .TUlle 7th City 184 t. tjn: (though las eatabh'hmcvore! ( ;)! in .\ .i.tlachico1a.C)1uInblm way of Hamilton 1 I for tiie Springs.Tiie ; :: ; ;. Dale, I Hi-i.ry; and Bat'u. ur, eta-:: I III!, ttr
.iifl jet.j
Apalachicola, May 31-\ 1SH.IN. jel .-\palachico1a, _._--,- ., (Ja.; Oct. 1 1.i. I 1'-1 i:;. .|0 tf Propri'-tors will be ready to rec..inII- eighth Juciicial Circuit of the Sr t*e ol Aiftlwn.VOODSON .*

ApalachiCOla District of Florida. Conuniss1on Business. io I pany on the first May. \ L. LIGON,
$ es-a'a SEYMOUR[ R. nOXXTJJ.
-
Abbeville Ah.
Franklin Henry co.,
Court- County. .
In Superior NewvorkMarch 12th 1 1 U.
TT7IIEIIEAS I ti.e of the I Sib il1 tant
on Light WILLIAM[ [ G. JOHXSOX. HASTINGS E OWENS.
Alphonse Loubat, } IN CHANCERY. Cfj" WITH a knowledge of t buiine demed I V t V the !house (
dwelling )!f George S. I Hawkins, The Warm Springs are so well known that we Troy, Pike co., Ala.

David D.V8.Churchill, >) Bill to foreclose Mortgaze.TT I II from an experience of more than twenty ye.irs in Esq., was destroed by lire, and is supposed l to bet dothink I i it necessary to trouble the public with i along -llcftr to=
and
Commercial and other business pursuits, good()
appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the t l.he act of some incendiary. Now: therefore, by array of certificates, sett ing; forth their claimsto Col. A McAllister, )
tender their
facilities, the undersigned services, virtue of the powers in me vested, as Mayor of the of the invalid, well[ the lIcnrvcoAta.Maj. .
X said David D. Churchill the above defendant, I, COLlISS10NH for the patronage as as Gen.; A J McAllister, }
Court and as purchase the City of ApalaHiieol-j, I hereby oiler a nnvar.l; man of hmlth and pleasUl'p.e will therefore .
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this I and sale of all kinds of Produce and Foreign ] Jeflerson Ruford, Eufaula, .\b.JIrm'it .
-
within the of TWO HUNDRED! AND! FIFTY DOLLARSfor only invite the attention of the reader to the following -
out of the Territory of Florida, but and Domestic Goods. I Jas E Reiser, 1\1 ont oml>ry. Ala.Jen'l. ;.
United States: It is ordered that publication be Their business will be conducted estab- the apprehension and conviction of the person letter from Duct. J. J. Boswell, of Columbus (; John Dill, Fort Gaines, Ga.'
in the city of upon or persons committing i I the act ; and it i is further I : .
.
made published l\l Chester
in some newspaper lished and with view to { rs. & IcGrittpara.: Fa.
principles, a prompt returns -
Apalachicola, once a week for four months, requiring for all sales ciiectcd, and to all enjoined and required of all Olficers and( good COLUMBUS, March SOd, IMJ.Dear 1 January -flthil' t I. jan'2''tfElates
the said hill of answers citizens, to use diligence in t he ouIndeis.
him to and answer detecting Sir-It is due you as the accommodating I
complaint on or appear before ihe expiration of that orders with which they may be favored. Given under my baud, in the City of Apalachicola and courteous proprietor of the \\ arm Springs, ofMerriwelher ; of "Tha&.taTH > $; "

time, or the said bill will lie taken as confessed Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of this 2'th') day of Juno, A. D. I 1..1! 1.je32 1. county-It is due the public who, Po following are the Rates oMVI.arfnjrecn

sgainst him, and such further order given in the Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on _! _It DAVID G. R.XEYTayor.. may wish to leave their own homes and fir( JClcsdUliil. all Cotton, Merchandise, kc. landed or ship*
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special : -- -- ----- ----- ped from the Wharf this Port
:
the Court seem justice. tiie to seek
premises as to may sickly season, a place where
I (Copy-Teste.) GEO F. BALTZELL, agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of An Oru fliBiaac they can enpy health, and all the comforts &f On Cotton, per bale, landed . .r;4 i cents-
responsibililv of drawers.FO Providing for the sirrest of offenders &e. On . "
) J. & L. BRANCH, Clerk. cultivated and refined society, to point them to shipped f'-i
Section 1. Be it ordained the and
WLE, DE COIN & CO., by Mayor On Goods barrel landed estimating
,
Solicitors for Compl'ts.Apalachicola the Warm Springs. In its situation per ( -
Council of th City of Apalachicola That in all Topographical -
,
mar30 (Oin 7S; Pearl street.
;: Feb. 2S, 18 14. ml 1-1 m -- cases, upon eompiamting;: made of the violation it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering five cubic feet or JJ'( > l! s.nett .

,,1r :\i. of any ordinance of said city to the Mayor, he place In the l/nited States. The Mcdlckial! : virtues euual to a barrel.).3 "

Franklin Superior Court. CO.P.RTXERSIIIPOTICE.TIIOS. & thall have full power and authority to issue his outs Waters from the Chemical analysis submitted 1 'On Goeds, per barrel, slopped, :'* "

Spring Term, IS 14. BUTMAN," Triunle Buildings, New Orleans, warrant directed to the Marshal of said city, cornijMihhng to the public by the States Geologist, has : Salt, per s-ack, landed..3: "
A. G. Semmes, I him to arrest the person or persons compLar.ed h shipped. . .3 "
has this d,v associated with him in' business, Mr. I and ever will exert a happy influence over Rheumatism ; .-
_ _ _ vs. V Damages $300; -Attatchment. HENRY HI WELL, and will continue the i otherwise aqainst ordered, and detain! the Iavor him, .her or them until ; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis ; Uiar- Wood, per cord . . .2", "
Elias Simpson, 3 by Lumler, pl'r)1 1 feet . .fn I, "
defendint and all interested are Grocery, Ship Chandlery and Commission Business I Sec. 2 Ue it further, ordained, That: in all ca THE persons jt the old stand, under the name and t firm when judgment may !be lendeied in t lie M.iyor's 5!{i nand K ic1ncys. Bricks, pay ) .M
of ttie! institution of the above suit "
of DOYLE & BIDWELL." Court aijaiiitl any person for \iolution of any of III addressing this note to you sir, I have only Shingles per M .12J
wxi are required fc> appear and plead as requiredby 'rHOS.1. DOYLE, the ordinances (if said! city, the Judge of e-aid complied with the earnest solicitations of some Sacks of meal, corn, oats, or
law. A. G. SEMMEi Court remit s-tu-h portion of -aid kind other merchandise, containing '
HENRY BIDWELL. may judgment- friends who have been either radically cured )
Apalachicola, Jan. IS. ibil._anl2'J3m: in his opinion may be proper, when its appearing not more than three bushed. .0 "
New Orleans, July 1st, lb-11. j jG 1m or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Waters "
th.it -s-ucn offence was committed under mittj ating All lumberJt merchandise shipped oa
Franklin Superior Court. of the Warm Springs.I or ,

Spring Term, 1314. OTICE.-TIie co-partnership heretofore existing circunstances.Passed by Council 30th -1v. 181 11. am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consideration bo.rcl'l' Sd3 steam-boats from other vesselssteambonts ."

Hyllyer Bush k Co. ) .1. in this place between the subscribersunder DAVID ( ;. 'IA\Er: \ra-or. : your obedient servant, or alts, lying at the wharf, will becbargul

Vi. V Foreclosure of Mortgage. the firm of MOORE & McKFNZIE, is this _ J. J. EOS WELL. I one wharfage only '

Wm. H. Shepherd. day dissolved by mutual consent. All Ordiniaice To CuS.. R. Homier. Wharfage on cotton }, or other! merchandise lanced ]

THE defendant and all persons interested arc JOHN ::i'. MOoRE, To raise i a Fund for the City [Hospital.; Warm Springs, Merriwethcr Co. Ga., April :: L to be paid by the consignee; and when ship*

notified of the institution of the above 'YILtf .\\1 A. McKENZlE.Apalaehicola Section 1. lie it Ordained iJ.lJ the Mai/or and ---------- -- .- -- ped by the parttaking the bill of Ladinir.:

suit, and that I will apply to the .)'.!}.;e of the Miv !>: ,_1 1'I J 11. Council of! the City of Apulticliicola, That from c. CXDnnS.-w( bbls Cider Vinegar ; All goods and merchandise not l'UlIfr.t3tei

." Superior Court of Frahkin County, at t ie Spring ----ELLISON- --!---CO.-- oP.or for sale an extern and after the lir->t day of Srpternbcr next, the O :2! bbls Copperas; S mats Cassia; above will be charged at corresponding rates tl2

term of said Court, IS 14, for a foreclosure of said B: sire assortment: Merchandize t suitable fo- following taxes shall be levied upon all pa-.
mortgage. A. G. SEMMES, Pill's A l'\'. the Spring I trade, consist.; of in said City by sea, vr/: I'pon eac blind ID kegs Sale-rat. ; :li do Nutmegs and Cloves Wharf I and t not recei\ingor I dischartrini cartl"

Apalachicola Nov. 21 J, 1M1. apteu' ?;;n I II (Groceries; Dry Goods; Hoots and Shoes ; every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of liily ID) boss Ground PepperI; dl\ Spice ; will le required I topav f for the, use of the.berth t.t rv
-- I. and each and ."> baskets Sah'l Oil 5 Bar sum of two dollars and fifty cents day ano
sFraiikliu Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats Fancy (;nods} cents, upon every passeiig'T arriving ; kegs Lead ; per
; ; -
Superior
Court.Wm. '
Lawrence Crockery and Glassware; Hardware by sea from any foreign countiy, the sum of two u\l' bags Shot, assorted ; 1 case Sardines; give way to CSs' !Is or boats landing! dischari;"?
; dollars. ."> cases Pickles ; Utlo Preserves The 1 folloxvinff Article ot the |{egubtiutispftj
;
Wood ware, nruhc.c &c. marSOON (
vs.izabcth } BilUf Divorce' -- --- Sec. 2. Jc further ordained, That tin owner o do! Tomato Catsup, for sale bv Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce .

". Lance, formerly CONSIGNMENT I hlids CROCKERY or master of each and every vessel arriving at DODGE & GARDNER, strictly adhered to :- ,.
Elizabeth Burns. j tb
-fTiUIE defendant \ assorted, for country trade; this port, after the first September next, shall; apll -IIJ( Water street. Consignees of cotton shall be allowed .:
in this will take notice
'. JL' that the first case Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left- render without delay, under oath, to the Trl'a- -_ lays for tiir cotton to remain on the wharf, an

to on take the day of October next, J will wicli, '.a., some huperiur cross brind ;; '*' surer of said city, a true and full amount of all itoltCI.tS, A I Ion & Co., purchasers two days, without incurring ex"3wharfage.

proceed the above case at depositions the Clerk's of Timothy Smith DryJu ds, I Hardwire: : and Cuttluy ; passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owner HAVE on hand and for sale : Ifalter notification by the vharfinjPj
'in Office in the
City Hollow nd Tin Ware ; or master of such vessel, shall ray. to the Treasurer and bar Iron ; blacksmith's Tools; they allnv it to remain a longer'time,
of Apalachicola, at which time l((
the said defendant m' attend. arid place the Saddlery, Hats, Hoots :and Shoos, &c. of said city, t the tax af l'eSlitlupOl; each and German, English Blister and Cast steel' incur all extra wharfage of G| cents per balc1 J f

R. J.y* ALSO, every )passenger, (for which lav the H'sselall: ( :!,!!cJroll Kettles from 20) to 120) sails ; cvi:rv tweiitv-IoUr hoiirs that it remains ther.l('
)SES, Att'y for Pl'fflApalachicola : l1'JlIoW'Vart 1 I wholesale; and retail Wood" be allow*.
COn : and luirber shall not
Siuar, ( and Canal Flour also be held liable ; and any owner or master of ter.
Juno 2o ;
LSI i. '> and Cut !
je gIn 3m Wrought Spikes Nulls wirhl'tIn
Old Sherry such'C's.eI. ; leirain moiethau t\\'nh'.lour hours !l:
a- Wine, in cats ; refusing or neglecting to complv with Brass Andirons Fire Irons '
Jackson Superior Court All of which will be sold very low for cash. the provisions of I this i,; oniiuanee; shall be liable to Platform Scales; Beams and Ballancet-: Burring an extra wharlage for hH'lIt\.rllllr IiourytlicreaVter.

To the Spring Term, tsi j. 7 DAVFD[ {;. RANEY, said city in the penalty: ol fifty dollar-! TillTarc of all{ kinds, wholesale, \ retail.; ." ..*,. 1,

James Boon, ) ja'1'1G -13 Water street. Sec. :. He fnrtlur ordaimd. That the fijnd Abo, a general assortment of Hardware All bills will be presented monthly for CI>)&

TS. \ LIBEL FOR D1V TlCE..Piety arising from the"tax aforesaid, shall be reserved They are also prepared (to attend to any orders tion. iXOURSE & STO

Boon. ) PAINT on/, LA,>S, &c. and used only I for I Ihe benefit t of the City llospituudjT ,-.!, for Iron or Krass Casting, BlackMuitlunTin, Apalacl'icnla, Dec.I, 1S-13. __ __ .: I
7JIHEdefendant in said ease, will take i.uice ) koC's U'hite Li.i.J\ ; such regulafiuiis as the! lJalnd. Council! Copper or fcheet Iron work, or Tin and Copicrx ----- shi!' f
proceed to take the testimony fi bbls Lbst: Oil ; 5 !.Jo Lamp; may prescribe. J:oo on reasonable terms. janl I ly CHAiRS ChAIRS -Recei'el per j :

ef Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, William Gay, William 75 boxs III ass assorted sizes; Passed by Council, f2
Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the 100 lbs VcrcIe ris; Paint Itnishes ; DAlD G. RANKY, Mayor. Drugs and Medicines. 10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs, '
sixth of Cb?el Varnish Lilherago Rt-d Lend -- : subscriber has taken the Store in Bdtz- 3 curled _
day May next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at fcc., .c. -- -- -- ---- --- THI'
the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount, Just received, and for sale bv SWEDES IRON.Aborted sizes, just received Buildings, formerly occupied by )Jr. H 2 Boston Rocking Chairs,

North Carolina, ty interrogatories now filed with B. S. I HAWLEY I sale lJB- ELLISON & CO., T. Caw: and as early as 15th of May will (.pen, a 1 ': Mahogany T abk1.

.. the Clerk of raid Court !CA_ "or. Chestnut Commerce st't-. ap'7 'M Water street. stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c., &c., tor.I. Also-Sofas, Sideboards, Ccaureaus, ttra .t.t,.
) .. _----_ .Dimmer use, and in the awl ; Redsteads Washstands, Curled llsir i i 3la :
YONOE & TAYLOR --- fall will have a brge hwfor; li
Solicitors for AXES.A frl'l, lot ()f ]heavy; Kentic..vAs I ; ) OPE &: 15AiiNG.-Noitheni Bale R. pe complete assortment for country merchants, planters Feathers, &c., all of which will be sold
'. Complainant. \'( and( fur sale byJpK .1 V and India for sale bv PETEK IIOIf1' '
Ranging
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