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VOLUME if.]


APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1844.


[NUMBER 36.


PUBLISHED EV RY MONDAY

A. A. DOMINGE Se J. L. WYMAN.


'Ofice third story Baltll's ButIgs, corner of
Commerce &/Chestrpt streets,

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PAYATTBIi iRfLDVANCE.


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3e )I''eai j rim. if' i'm ); tney will there-
fore bco >tiiiae I at oir .liscretiou, and charged
accIri '1 to tiie ito u, i rates,
Led'- ['ear'tise no Its wViicih the term of pnb-
.::t i is i .li)v la v, .Vill o'i ly be excepted
te taie aib've rule.
l'o :,)ss v. t :lve.rtise by tha year a liberal dis-
e)i it .villi n txid: .)at d-ll idvertise:Minat nat
strictly mertaiiing t(o tleir pwi business, as
w .l -ll i tlrtisenanets seat in by them,
will b:) chaired it the usud rates.
All i A r>i ai n its of cai didates for office, will
bie e tr 't FIrv )L ts dutint the canvass,
)y ti'le it ill cases in advance.
\ll t ) fn nic ition-s. (when al-nissible,) of a
,e)rs) ti or i:lividual nature,-or ouffs of new
invatioAs, goods, kc., will b charged for as
adve-rti- ne its, at our liszretidn.
$-- F.oe FIlo viie .i ie tlmnean ite our authori-
zel .L, -ts; .aid t.tiv are e powered to receipt
.for t if v ne it of aiy subsriptbins, advertise-
na its r ot:ier )ri iti ig, to be forwarded to us:-
3. k. Ar, omM T, Marianna, Flai.
J 5. 3.ve'z, St. Augustine, Pla.
JA.. Psy, it. LJoseh, Fla.
N. BiAicsa, Browa's 'erry, Fla.
A. 3. GREENWOOD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga-

CARDS.


N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUM-US, &c.&c.
AD VE RT'f iS E i E NT S..


XVo. 136 Water &~ SO Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER. KIIMBALL, Proprietor.
Jas. L. Frincis,
1lERC, A.NT 'PAIL,.) & CLOTHIER
./Vo. '26) 'iowery, eeazr ?ivingto.T st.
NEw xa. .aNiRKl ly


Andrew S. Cooke,
,.COMMISSION MEIRCHfANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. c,,,upitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
'Refers !,,--Mlasrs Harper & Jolnes,
"ja.il t tl >ov Apalach:cola, Fl

'3HEPARfi T LiPP;NC`)rT, W H. VVYAT'r.
LiippMilcott %I Wyatt,



,r. W. *V'M..i a.d A Co.
0 "V II I SS ON .vt ER H A N T'S,
No. IS C'nranerce street,
New Orlea's, La. nov] ly
Tho- n-s Beyrtrtun,
COMMISSION MEICHANT,
No. 54 Commoin street.
NEW ORLEANS nov1 ly
"BLUE STORES"-TRIANGIE BUILDINGS.
Thos. M. Doyle & Co.
SHIP CHANDLERS &'4ROCERS,
Noi. 2 & 4 Delord street, cor:ne of Front Levee,
and at No 20 Natche: street,
N. ORLEANS.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishe, Turpentine and,
Window Glass, &c. Will leep constantly on
hand, a good assortment, of 1te above as follows:
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. I and 2;
White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon d)b;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;
Green and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orangj do;
FINE COLORS :-Ultamariie and Cobalt;
Lallow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blme; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; Engish do;
Vandyke Brown; Turker2 Umbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purple 3rown; York do;
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald aad Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS ,% BRUSHES-Lih'seed Oil; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Spere Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 :o 6,0:)0,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
Sash Tools from No. I to t; Badger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, fla and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
ZSable & Camel Hair Pencis, 1 and IJ in long
Stock and Kalsomine Bruthes;
Marking Brushes, round ind flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brusles;
hkeakers, Mahogany, Staned and Patent do;
'Whitewash and Mop doq
-Dusting, Fancy and Shaving brushes;
Clothes and Hair do: Grate and Horse do;
Fancv Feater Dusters;
-VARNISHES:-Copal, wlite; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic. for Pictures, &c
WINDOW GL ASS-'2,304 boxs assorted sizes of
French, English and American.
03- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats,
Shipping and Plantation use; together with a
variety of articles in the tainting line, too num-
.erpus to mention. jy6 ly
AXES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes,
just received and forsale by
apl3 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water skt


CARDS.

Win. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
ME tC HANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
nov25 ly Jlpalachicola, Fla.
McKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,.
No. 40 Water street,
novel Apalachicola, Florida.
JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COU vY MISSION IER'ICHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
an31 ly Apdlichicola, Fla


W. A. & P. C. ^ainI,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Colurnbus -3lock.
Apaliaciicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped ti
Liverpool, New York adid Boston, and also ii
store, nov1 ly


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0. 3. Wood & Co.,
CO MISSION I E R.C HANTS.
No. 29 Water street.
jail Apalachicola, Fla.


Harper aHolm es,
COMMISSItON MERCHANT,
No. .51 Water street,
jan29 Apalachicola, Fla.
David I-. gwaneiy,
COMMISSION z FOR WAVD,DI.G VERCliAI n'
AND i)DALEiL. IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.


B. Eiisoni & Co.,
DEALEiS IN AiSGELLANEOUS GOODS.
AND COMMISSION MERtCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apatachicola, Fla


E. it. FLEWLLEN. .A. LV. BUrT.
Flewellen & Butt,
FACTORS & .COxIA MISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola, Fla.
'^- Liberal advances made on COtton shipped
to New York, Liverpool or AHavr-. :125 umi
Kimnbroughl & iRidgway,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MEiRCHANTS.
Apalachicoia, Florida.
War. 1. KIMBorUGaH. '
JOHN- I. RIDGWAY.
Liberal advances made o0 Cotton consigned to
our fUriends ii New York, Boston, Livero'', lr
Have. decIt lv
T. 1H. & C. H. Austizn,
COMMISSION MERCHANT I'S,
No. 50 Water str. -,,
Apalachi"ola.
Liberal'advances made on Cotton shipped to
New York. 'vI ly


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II,1*. &L. ;i'acaiti,
OjM 'I SS I) N X, F R. VA I DING
ME t. Aalachicola.
No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola.


dec7 ly


TDo.i & G-irdiaer,
RO)CES & COMMI'SO[(vR MiERCIHANTS,
No 40 Water street,
iecl8 Ap ilta.iicola, Fla.
StI--iel Scliiffer.
WHOLESALE R tVETAIL G-t OCER,
No. 49 Water street.
io.! Apaiachicola, Fla


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


Moore & McKeinzie,
COMM0IM[SION M E RC H A-NT S,
No. 32 Water street,
Apalachicola.
JOHn M. MOORE.
\VM. A. MKENZIE, 5 novl ly


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


S. B. 3aimniltonu,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
decl ly Jlpalachicola, Fla.

N. Miller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Corner Water and Chesnut streets,
Apalachicola. nov1 ly
IH. Waod,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.


P. lIobart,
MANUF-CTURER. \NI) DEALER IN
CABINE r FURNITURE,
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street,
decl4 ly Apalachicola.
"'liciael A. Myers,
AUCTION AND COMMIS'-ION MERCI-IANT,
No. 2S9 Water street,
Sale Days-WEDVNSDkAYS and SATURDAY.


4t. a. Wo' d,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGFNT,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
SEWARD DILL. A. F PALMER
Seward Dill & Co.
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
r- Liberal advances made on all consignments,
and business entrusted to them will be
promptly attended to
Refers to-LANE & READ, Boston.
CARY COOK, Portland, Me.
S. C. WHITTITR, Hallowell.
Apalachicola. Aug'. 26. ly


From the Luiisville Jo'nrnal
Campbell's lines upon the rainbow have always
been considered oie of his msi beautiful prnoduc-
tions, yet if' the foll.win lines upon the samp
subject are not rn'ire bh autif'ul, we are no judges
of poetry :-


THE RAINBOW.
BY .IrEIA.


I sometimes have thought in my loneliest hours,
That lie on my heart like the dew on the flowers,
Of a ramble I took one bright afternoon.
When my heart was as light as a blossomin June :
The green earth was moist with the late fallen
showCrs,
The breeze flattered down and blew open the flow-
ers,
While a single white cloud to its haven of rest.
On the white wing of peace floated off in the west,
As I threwb.ick my tresses to catch the cool breeze,
That scattered the rain-drops and dimpled the seas,
Far up th blie sky a fair rainbow irutled
Its .oft-tinted pinions off purple arnd',,i'!
w'T s born in a moment, yet, quick as its birth,
It wa stretched to the uttermost ends of the earth,
And fair as an angel, it floated all free,
With a wing on the earth and a wing on the sea.
How calm w, s the ocean how gentle its swell!
Like a woman's soft bosom, it rose and it fell;
While its light sparkling waves, stealing laughingly
o'er,
When they saw the fair rainbow knelt down to
the shore;
No sweet himyn ascended, no murmur of prayer,
Yet I felt that the spirit of worship was there,
And bent my young head in devotion and love,
'Neath the form of the angel that floated above.
How wide was the sweep of its beautiful wings!
I-ow boundless its circle! how radiant its rings!
If I looked on the,sky 'twas Fuspened in air,
If I looked on the ocean th, rainbow was there;
Thus forming a girdle as biilliint and whole
AS the thoughts of the rainbow- that circled my
soul-
Like the wing of the Deity, calmly nnfur'd,
It bent from the cloud and encircled the world.
There are moments, I think, when the spirit re-
ceives
Whole volumes of thought on its unwritten leaves,
When the folds of the heart in a moment unclose,
Like the innermost leavesfromthe heart of a rose :
And thus, when the rainbow had passed from the'
sky,
And thoughts it awoke were too deep to pass by;
I left my full soul like the wing of a dove,
All fluttering with pleasure, and flutteringwith love.
I know that each monrent of rapture or pain,
But short,:ns the links in life's mistical chain ;
I know that my form like that bow from the wave,
May pas. from the earth and lie cold in the grave;
Yet, oh! when death's shadows my bosom un-
cloud,
When I shrink from the thought of the coffin and
shroud,
May Hope, like the r inbow, my spirit unfold
In her beautiful pinions of purple and gold.

Tobacco in China.-We see it conjectured
that possibly Tobacco may become an article of'
extensive exportation from this country to China.
Mr. Cushing enters upon his duties there with a
commendable devotion to the interests of his'
com-ry, anR will doubtless do all in his power to
prom-,,1te the friendship and commercial inter-
cou, between the American and Chinese. If
Tobacco should become, as it may, a succedaneum
to opium there we should profit greatly by it. It
would go far to reinstate the lucrative nature of
Tobac-co planting in Virgi-,ia. It would increase
our means of paying for our tea, and prevent the
export of a large sum in silver, which annually
goes out to China for that purpose. It would be
agreeable news here that there was a air pros-
pect for such a course of things in our trade.
We do not see that any positive movement has
been made in the matter; but the reasons seem
to warrant the expectation that success might at-
tend such a movement. Some persons, we be-
live, entertain the idea that even if Tobacco
should be consumed to any great extent in China
we should not likely be benefitted by it, since it
could be readily grown nearer, ad believe in
China itself. That may be; but we doubt whe-
ther it will be grown there, or any where nearer, to
afibrded so good or cheaper than we could afford
it. Besides, China can' always find more profit,
we suppose, in the cultivation of tea, of which
she has in fact a monopoly. We think it just as
reasonable that she should buy her Tobacco as
her opium, which she might have produced, but
which she bought in such immense quantities.
Whatever control England may have over the
celestial empire, we anticipate a prosperous trade
for the United States there; and we think there
is every reason to believe that our representative
there will faithfully guard our interests and wisely
provide for their advancement.-Richmond Com.

Origin of Eating Goose on Michaelmas Day.
-Queen Elizabeth, on her way to Tilbury Fort,
on the 29th of September, 1589, dined at the an-
cient seat of Sir Neville Umferill, near that place,
and as British Bess had much rather dine off a
seasoned and subtantial dish than simple ragoutl
or fricassee, the Knight thought proper to prove ide
a pair of fine geese to suit the palate of her Royal
Highness. After the Queen had dined very hear-
ty, she asked for half a pint of Burgundy, aij
drank "desruction to the Spanish fleet." She
had but th.,t moment returned the glass to the
knight who had done the honors of the table,
when news came as if the Queen had .eien endow-
ed of the spirit of prophesy, that the Spainish fkect
had been destroyed by a storm. She imn-,edrately
took another bumper, in order to digest the goose
and the good news, and was so pleased with the
event, that every year after, on that day, she had
the above excellent d sh served up The court
made it a custom, and the people following the
custom of the Conrt have continued it from that
time to the present, and thus originated the cus-
tom, which is almost universally followed in Eng-
land, of eating geese on Michalmas day.-Salem
Observer.


Union of the Lakes and Ocean.-The British
steamer Londo Capt. A. J. Baker, arrived at
Oswego from Montreal, June 2d. T'," navigia-
tion by steamers is therefore open lor the smaller
class of steam vessels from Lake Michigan to the
Ocean. In less than two years the whnol Cana-
dian route, from Lake Michigan to the Ocean,
will be open to the larger class of steamers; and
it will be no uncommon sight to see ships up at
the Northern ports of Ohio, direct for ports on'
the Atlantic, via the river St. Lawrence.-Cin.
-ltlas.


FI-'r. Graham's MI -.znno.
BEATING INTu rPulT MAHON.
BY JESSE E. DOW. AUTHOR OF "OLD IRONSIDES |
ON A LEI: SHORE."
It was a beatiuiul alt-erniion ih September,
le.53, when the Irigate Constitution, commanded
by Lieut William joerum, and bearing the hro:,d I
pendant of the commodore, approached the Island
of Alinurca, from a sanitory cruise in the Gulf or l
Lyons. The cholera, that cold plague of North-
ern Asia, Europe and America, had begun to show
itself in the frigate's messes, ere she had left the
island: but now the sea breeze and the exercise
of the storm had restored health to. the cheek, .-nd
joy to the heart, of every seaman; and as the sun
dipped his red hair in the blue shadows of Mount
Toro, she drew near to the harbor of Port Mahon, t
with a clean bill of health and a, flowing sail.- I
Cape Mola was astern, and the battered walls of I
Fort Saint Philip, against '-which the cannon of
poorAdmiral B,'ng give their death rattle in vain, t
rose in grim silence before her.- '
The sentry at the cabin door had reported eight i
bells to the quarter deck, as she prepared to enter I
the harbor.
The harbor of Mahon is the best in the world;
it runs northwest and southeast, and extends se-
veral miles into the island, expanding into a beau-
tiful bay, above Georgetown. The wind was
west-nortnwest, and was'no zephyr at that. The
old frigate was on the starboard tack, .with her
sails set from her royals down.
Lieut. Pearson, one of the best officers in the
service, had the trumpet, while the commander
stood in the weather quarter-boat to con her.
An old pilot surnamed Pons, wearing royal
arms of Spain, and who was often called Pontius
Pilate by young midshipmen, who would sacrifice
any thing for the sake of enphony, stood in the
lee gangway watching the captain and the wind.
He loved warping above all things, and after the
Virgin he put his trust in nine inch hawsers -
When he ascertained that instead of crawling in
upon hawser legs and kedge anchor feet the frigate
was about to beat in, he lifted u,) both hands and
exclaimed Impossible, Monsieur Captain-malo
vieuto." "The cammodore has ordered me in,
and I am to obey that order." replied the com-
manding officer, all that I want of you, Mr. Pi-
16t, is to point out the shoals."
All hands work ship into port, Mr. Pierson."
The order was repeated by the trumpet, and an.
swered from the deep recesses of the ship by many
voices, and iimediately all but the sick and their
watchers stood on deck.
When the entrance was well on the quarter,
the frigate was put about without losing her head-
way. She ran on this tack until the northern
shore was but a few rods off, and then her helm
was again put down, and around she went right
into the mouth of the harbor. The head-yards
had scarce been filled away, when Ready
about," thundered the trumpet, and about went
the ship, her yards flying round, as she came head
to the wind, like lightning-every sail was quick-
ly trimmed, good headway given her and the helm
put down, when she ran up in the wind, spring-
ing her luffmost beautifully, every thing shiver-
ing Having forged to windward about twice her
length, making a successful half-board, the span-
ker eased off, and all her canvas given to the
breeze again. Four successive tacks were made
in this narrow entrance, which did not exceed
four hundred feet in width, to the astonishment of
the French men-of-war,and of a host of spectators
on the bluffs of Georgetown.
Having gained the quarantine ground, which
was spacious, though crowded with French men-
of-war from Africa, Old Ironsides was compelled
to tack in their midst to gain an anchorage. She
was passing among them majestically on the star-
boarp tack, the admiral'sship bore on her quarter,
when her trumpet thundered-" Put the helm
down-mainsial haul. Let go and haul," in re-
gular succession; but now it was perceived that
she had forged further ahead than the ccmnmand-
ing officer had a: ti ipated, and was consequently
paying off into the Fernchman, who, like French-
men generally, kicked up a tempest in a teapot,
as though the figure head of the Hero of New Or-
leans intended to gule down his vessel. The
trumpet again sounded. to the rescue, and the
French sailors stopped chattering.
"Clear away all the bowlines."
"Square the yhrds fore and aft."
"Haul down the jib and flying jib."
"Up courses and spanker."
These orders were cooly given and quickly
obeyed, and the ship obtained a rapid stern board.
When her bowsprit was in line with the French-
man's stern, old P's trumpet again roared-
"Hoist away the head sails."
Brace a box by the larboard braces the head-
yards."
Up by the starboard braces the after ones."
"Shilt the helm." '' '
When the alter \aila filled tigh aivards were
braced round, and the tl.ispanker w'as hauled
ou t. .
The frigat-rie.w shot gracefully up under the
starboard 'atrter ofthe r it-nch admiral, selected a
b rtlh .dame to' in tio style.
ih-igv" id is gallant shi;) bet into the harbor
otr.Po0t Mahio.n amjinst a stiffbre.ze where a fish-
ing-bnat w.,iil, h .rdly lIave d ir-d t, beat, anid as
the s'n wv.-ni ,iinw she -alh 'd [lie sly.re. while
ten thousand vuices from the red cliTffs ol Minorca
mingled in with the echoes of her cannon, and
welcomed the old cruiser's return.
"Did you ever see the like of that ?" said an old


American 'ar, perched on a Phonician's grave on
the tall cliffs of Georgectown."
Like of what ?" said an English coxswain,
with a crown on his arm as he tur :e! up his York-
shire dumpling face with a sneer which roused
the Yankee's blood."
Like of that, d-n your eyes!" said the Ame-
rican, hitting him between the eyes with a fist
like a sledgehammer. Down went the represen-
tatives of the two rival navies some fifty feet, into
the water, with a tremendous accompaniment of
stones and marrowbones, while a Spanish peace-
officer, mounted on a jackass, rode up to'the crowd
that so lately stood around the combatants, andin-
;uired into the cause> of the riot.
Nothing," said John Gatcho, of woodcneck
roasting memory, as ;ie pointed down the cliff,
" but a beating into port.."
A slave was brought before a magistrate charged
with pilfering; the magistrate 'began to remon-
strate: "1 Do you know how to read ?" Yes
massa, little." Well, don't you never make use
of the bible?" "Yes, massa, I trap my razor
on it sometime."


Camanche Couriships.-Among the extracts
from the new work of Mr. Gregg, copied into the
ast number of the Democratic Review, is .thp f,,.
owing, sh,.wing how lovers among. the rovMl0 g
Catrianchesarrange their marriage contracts W9,
tight here observe that Mr. Gregls book. ha.
been received with great favor by the northern,
critics. Here is-the Camanche system of making,
love:
"*Unlike most'other tribes, among the Gamsn-.
ches the consent of the maid has to be obtained,.
This done, the lover, from apparent delicacy,.goes.
not to the lather of his intended, but. in accordan-.
ce with a custom which prevails among. some
other tribes. communicates his desire to an uncle
or aged relative who enters into the marriage con--
tract. The parties, however, are not yet fully
betrothed, hut, at a test of the submission of the-
bride to the s:rviceof the proposed lord,. the at.-.
ter ties his riding horse at her lodge door. If she
trun im loose, she has r, solved fikially to-rej.ectt
him, but jf -hle I ad him. way,. the cabaloda '
it is an une :uivocal-agreement to take chitge of'
his horses and other property, and the marriage is
soon concluded. The uncle now coioitnicates.
the engagement to the cheif,. who cases te'
" bans" to be published that no other woofr may
interfere. As the horse is with them the type of
every important interest, the bridegroom next pro-
ceedsto kill the least valuable one that he-is pos-
sessed of, and taking cut the heart, hangp it at theb
door of his betrothl'd. She takes and roasts it and.
then. dividing it into two parts, each eats a half,,
which perfects the bond of wedlock. The heart
of the buffalo, or other animal, may be substituted,,
if the brid.egrooa:i has not a superabundance of*
horses. Should the circumstances of the parties,
admit of it, the marriage is usually celebrated with
feasting and dances, though, in general, the Ca-.
manches are less fond of dancing than most othbe
Indians.

*The herd of horses.
First Love.-Mrs. Ellis, the charming and po-
pular writer of a dozen or so of interesting vo.
lumes, has the following beautiful passagein rela-
tion to first love-girlish love. The reading of it/
will stir from its inmost depths, the heart of many
a pure, fresh young creature, in whose bosom .thi1
boy-God has just enthroned himself.
:If we could look into the heart of a girl when
she first begins to love, we should find the newest
resemblance to what poetry has described a the
state of our parents when ii: Paradise, which this
life ever presents. All is then colored wihb- an
atmosphere of beauty and light; or, if a passing
clouds sail- across the azure sky, reflecting a tran-
sitory shadow on the scene below, it is Ut to be
swept awy by the balmy gale, which leaves the
picture mire lovely for this momentary,'interrup-
tion of its stillnes and repose. But that which
constitutes the essential charm of a first attach-
ment, is its perfect disinterestedness. She who
entertains thiis sentiment in its profoudest charac-
ter, lives no longer for herself. In all her aspira-
tions, her hopes, her enereies-in all her noble
daring, her confidence, her enthusiasm, her fort.
tude, her own existence is absorbed by the inter-.
pst of another For herself, and in her own char. -
acter alone, she is at the same time, retiring, meek
and humble-content to he neglected by the whole
world-despised. forgotten or contemned---so that
to one being only she may still beall in all. And
is this love to be slightly spoken of, or harshly
dealt with? Oh, no! but it has many a rough
blast to encounter yet, and many an insidious ene.
my to, cope with, before it can be stamped with
t e seal of faithfulness; and until then, who can
distinguish the ideal from the traW?

Good .ews for .'ldermen.-A n advertisement
in a late English paper contains the following-
'- Where muscular power is lost, the Atrength ex-
hiusted, and it is in vain to expect relief from
medicine, the Essence of Turtle is truly an mi.
uortant treasure-the most eminent in tbke me4i-
cal prol-,iion have recourse to it. It abotnde
with concentrated nourishment, does nt inflame,
but invigorates and strengthens, and thereby yiveu
to nature an opportunity of exercising all her
powers to overcome the disease. It will ala
make a tureen of mock turtle not diatinguiuhable
from the real, at one-tenth the usual expense-'
and with game, gravies, and made dishli. it is
infinitely more delicious than any thing thta6.e
ever yet appeared on the English table.'
-
Worth HaIing.-The largest diamond sin the
world, it is said belongs to the Empoer of 'a.
zil. It is still uncut, and in its rough state !
weighs 1,631 carots, (equal to about two one
and two-thirds,)and accordingtothe jewellerW ['
it must be worth the enormous sum of 5,44' "
o,ialdt p0U )00._. It could, however, h
"pr'bablh bonghf 'for-e t ioX.0001 Bo
small sum for a rough stonr S,..-
ounces. It was found at the bottom '""
b) one of the Emperor's slaves, who.obtain l"
freedom for it. '

Pure TWater.-The Deity, the manufacturer;
the Ocean, the raw material; theSun,.'the-genera-
tor ol the vapor; the Skies, the condenser; Elec-'
tricily and attraction the distributers,iin showers
aidl d.ws, so finely attenuated as to be respired
'through the pares of the most delicate plants.
Rivers and lakes,-so abundantly distributed as to
support not only the whole vegetable but the
whole animal creation. It checka.and extinguti-
shes the most destructive element, and finds it~
level betweenthe tops-of mountanns and the tos


of houses.. It wants neither steamboats noo10co-
motivesto be!transported. It cleanses and beau-
tifies all nature, and is so salubrious to inan, that
it neither disorders the stomach, excites the pas-
si ns or maddens the brains; so necessary to all
life, that the humblest ,insect exists not without
it. The loftiest tree, monarch of the forest, and
m:.n, monarch of all in its absence, drop their
,heads on the parched earth arid die.

Films on 'the Eye,-A few drops of molasses
on 'the eye are saidito remove films from the, eye
of man and 'beast. This is a simple arnd easy-,
r, medy,and should be applied particularly by
politicians, who are frequently troubled with
films, which obsure their vision to such an extent
that they cannot see what is palpable to others.
"Pa is embracery a crime ?" Cert l. y~
dear." Then what a wicked creter John ii,,
for he hugs our Sally, like all possessed, so he
does, and I seen him."


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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
APALACHIOOLA, MSONT, BtEU?
01- The Exports of Cotton from this poit, for
the year ending 31st August, 1844, amounts to
121,613 bales. Stock on hand this day 3 bales.
0- The Laurel.-We have received The first
number,-of a neat little sheet bearing the above
title, published, by S. S. Millers, Charleston, at
$1 50 per annum. It is devoted to the cause of
Temperance.
Humbug. -A Mormon has arrived in St. Louis
who 'reports that Joe Smith has risen from the
dead, and has been seen at Carthage and Nauvoo.
Mounted on a white horse, and with ta drawn
sword in his hand.
f The editor of the Charleston Courier has
been'presented with a pear weighing 1 lb. 10 oz.
ind measuring 14 inches latudinally, and 16
Sinches longitudinally.
fyIThe whig girls at Nashville wear coon
tailsin their bonnets for plumes, and the demo-
cratic girls wear hickory twigs.
W,; An exchange paper says "the reason why
most people think .more of their stomachs than
they do of their souls, is because their stomachs
is a confounded sight the biggest."
S d The difficulty between Bishop Hughes and
Sthe St. Louis church at BufFalo, N. Y. has been
settled, and the Bishop preached in that church
a few Sundays since.
0-c Fire.-A very serious fire occurred in Ma-
con, Geo. on the night of the 19th ult. The
damage, including stores ,and contents, is esti-
mated at $30,000. Mr. Willinghamn, assistant
editor of the Telegraph, was killed by the falling
of a house.
0( A Tartar Prince is said to be among the
visitors at Saratoga.

036 For Sale.-The office of the Fort Gaines
Whig is advertised for sale,
0- There are fifteen daily papers published in
Sthe city of New York.
3\ 9- The editors of the Key West "Light of the
Reef" have been informed that two Americans
were hung in Havana on the 6th ult. for partici-
pating in the late slave insurrection in Cuba. -

{- The Charleston Courier says-" We un-
derstand that W. C. Forbes has renewed his lease
of tlhb Charleston Theatre, and will open early
this !season with' a new 'and efficient company."
0 And if you ask her children dear,
.jWhy mother is so poor,
S They'll whisper in your startled ear,
'Twas father's one glass more.
'There's truth if it is'nt poetry. How many
Pamilips have been brought to poverty and wo by
father's one glass more!"
(- Never send a' man to the devil without a
letter of introduction.
(5- One glass of grog per day for a year, at a
dime, (the price in this, city) amounts to thirty-
six dollars and fifty cents, a sum sufficient to pay
a man's passage from hera to New York, and then
purchase a pair of boots.
08- An extensive iron factory has recently been
established in Benton County, Ala., at which
they make castings of every description, which
are said to be equal in every respect to any brought
-fr6m elsewhere.

Ci- There were 334 marriages in Lowell dur-
ing the year ending 30th April.

(]fi There are twenty-two establishments in
Cincinnati which manufacture 600,000 gallons of
lard oil per annum, valued at 50 cents per gallon.

{l5- The Temperance cause is going ahead
rapidly. Seth says that the other day, from sun-
rise to sunset, he sold 4 dime's worth of grog,
and the temperance- folks drank six buckets of
water. Pretty 'brisk business in the cold water
line. ; c.

..Oc Somebody, who writes more truthfully than
loetically, says-"An angel without money is
not thought half so much of now-a-days, as a
i-. 4evil with a bag full of guineas."


s; i H~ *'^-o
8tJGeor C ad.rsceivedthe
D' ,o j dn as candidate for the Gub-
izltbifa l chair of Massachusetts, at the next
election, and H. H. Childs, Esq. of Pittsfield, as
Lieutenant Governor.


O Freigts are unprecedentedly
York. Cotton has been taken to


low at New
Liverpool at


one eighth and three sixteenths of a penny, which
isa near nothing as can be named.
.to A captain of a Bremen vessel has been
heWA bail in New York for bringing into that
port ,fiftUen, more passengers than the tonnage of
his ship 'entitled him to by law. The penalty is
$i50. pf' head. The law allows two passengers
to every five tons, and an excess of twenty ren-
ders the vessel, liable to forfeiture.

Oct" The editor of the N. Y. Sunday Mercury
has a tame crow that says Polk and Dallas" very
plainly, and wishes to dispose of it, for the rea-
son that he don't want to have any thing to do
with politics.
01- It is:reported that Government intends to
fortify. thewhole extent of the channel-coast of
England.
P,1oetry.-Shelly defines poetry as the re-
cord of the best and happiest moments of the best
and happiest minds.


The Sea.......... 2,846,851
The Forest..... 6,264,856
Agriculture......]16,787,462
Tobacco......... 12,576,703
Cotton........... 54,430,341
Other Agriculture 103,441
Cotton Prints..... 450,503
White .... 2,324,839
Twist ........... 43,503
Other Cotton..... 303,701
Coin.......'....;. 2,746,486
Other Manufact'rs 7,654,030


'2,283,010
5,518,262
16,472,424
9,540,755
47,593,464
81,470
385,040
2,297,964
37,964
250,361
1,170,754
6,79u, 167


Total..... 106,382,232 92,969,996


'O4O.
2,112,548
3,351,909
10,919,602
4,650,979
49,119,896
176,784
358,415
2,575,049
57,312
232,774
107,429
2,131,176
77,793,783


The most remarkable feature is the enormous
quantity of cotton given for a little money. The
quantities exported, as compared with former years,
are as follows :-
1841. 1842. 1843.
Sea Island.... 6,237,424 7,254,099 7,515,079
Upland .......523,966,676 577,462,918 784,782,027
Total lbs..530,204,100 584,717,017 792,297,106
Value......... 54,330,341 47,593,464 49,119,806
From this, it would seem that 262,000,000 lbs.
morecotton was given in 1843 than in 1841, and
$5,000,000 less money received for it. The differ.
ence arises in a great degree from the fact, that
last year specie was received in payment, and in
1841 goods. It is never the case that as much
money can be had for produce as goods. Hence
a difference in the apparent values.
THE LATE INSURRECTION IN HAVANA.
CONDUCT OF THE CAPTAIN GENERAL.
One of the gentlemen in the United States fri-
gate Potomac has furnished the Philadelphia
Ledger with the following account of the condi-
tion of the Island of Cuba.
All things were in a quiescent and apparently
settled state in Havana and throughout the Island,
so far as we could learn, at the date of our depar-
ture. Such, at least, was the external aspect of
affairs, social, industrial, commercial and politi-
cal. By the vigilant forecast of the present
Captain General, Leopold O'Donnell, the energy
displayed in his administration of the Government
of the Island, the vigor of his remedial measures,
aid the promptness of his inflictions upon the
guilty, the recent alarmingxevolt among the blacks
had been suppressed. So extensively had the
plot been concurred in, and so thoroughly and
systematically had the details of the revolt been
arranged, that the crisis was a most fearful one,
and nothing but a resort to the most energetic
and summary measures by the Captain General
could have stayed a hundred thousand uplifted
hands, all clenching instruments of destruction,
all nerved by the demoniac fury characteristic of
the Ethiopian race, ready at the next moment to
deal death and desolation over the whole, Island,
deluging the fields, and smearing the family altars
with the life-blood of thousands of unoffending
victims! In a conjuncture so critical, every con-
sideration of policy and humanity dictated to the
Captain General the use of the strongest mea-
sures, and the most summary pun shments, to
save Cuba from the fate of the ill-starred San
Domingo. Since then O'Donnell's measures and
merits have averred from this, perhaps the most
fruitful and important of all the Islands, (aside
from those constituting the Kingdom of Great
Britain,) a worse than barbarian destiny, it is
much to be regretted that a better appreciation
of his real character, public and private, does not
prevail in the United States. Those of our coun-
trymen who characterize him as a sanguinary des-
pot, and accuse him with cherishing illiberal
sentiments with regard to our country and people,
do great injustice to the man. They have either
an entirely erroneous conception of the peculiar
structure of society in Cuba, which, on an emer-
gency like that to which the Island has just been
subjected, requires an extraordinary rigorous ad-
ministration of the laws, or they are prompted by
less excusable motives to misrepresent and asperse
his character. General O'Donnell possesses great
decision and firmness of purpose, military quali-
ties so conspicuously displayed by him during the
late revolt; and his character is adorned with the
civic virtues of hospitality, amenity of manners,
and a nice sense of rigid justice. And it is pe-
culiarly incumbent on Americans to deal kindly
by him, for he has repeatedly evinced a liberal
feeling towards, and a marked partiality for our
country and countrymen,''as Commodore Connor,
General Campbell, Consul at Havana, and other
public functionaries, can readily,'testify.
"In the case of the shooting of the American,
sailor, Murphy, by a sentry, the corporal who
gave the order to fire was undoubtedly more se-
verely punished than a soldier would have been
in the United States for a similar act. The sailor
had twice knocked the sentry down, before the
latter fired. Now, by the laws and usages of all
nations, ours included, a sentry on post is never
permitted to be tampered with, much less assaul-
ted and beaten, without the right instantly to
o4to.t wni the assailant. And from inquiry in
're atio f ear est of certain Americans dur-
ing the revft,' p.rs that the judicial tribu-
nals, at the suggestionot Captain General,
extended towards them a" ^eg leniency hith-
erto unknown in the island 'e''e circum-
stances-the Captain General ente" the
belief that they had been seduced in" Bacts
with which they were charged, by the En
emmisaries who were suspected of having inhsl,
gated the revolt; and since the imminency of the
danger has passed, nearly or quite all the Ameri-
cans have been released."

Look out for bills on the Bank of West Flor.
ida.-We were shown last evening a three dollar
bill on the Bank of West Florida, at Apalachi-
cola, which a gentleman picked up in Rivington
street. It was neither filled up nor trimmed,
though doubtless from a genuine plate. Riving-
ton street is we believe rather notorious for coun-
terfeit money, and this occurrence would lead us
to believe a quantity of the bills had been stolen
from the Bank in sheets, and were about being
put afloat.--V: Y. Sun.


British Goods in Texas-.d fact for our Bos-
ton Capitalists.-When the Hon. Mr. Thomp-
son, the Government Messenger, left Galveston,
that harbor was filled with the flags of European
nations, while but one American ensign was to
be found. English cotton and other goods could
and can be purchased in Galveston for 30 per
cent less cost than auction sales of the city of
New York; and as a matter of course, a vast
smuggling trade is organized and is being still
further increased for Mexico and the United
States,


TRADE OF THE UNITED STATES.
According to the report of the Secretary of the
Treasury on Comn'erce and Navigation, for the
three quarters endilng June 30, 1343, when, accor-
ding to a late l'aw, the new fiscal year terminated.
The exports of domestic produce, as compared
with former years, present the following xresult:-
EXPORTS FROM THE UNIFIED STATES. S
1QA1 IQ0 ': 1040


sense of* your awful influence.


DOCTOR.
/


Sea Serpent.-The Sea Serpent has again made
his appearance, and was actually seen off Booth-
bay a few days since by the skipper and crew of
the schooner Temperance Mary. He has grown
a good deal in size since he was seen last, being
bigger around than a hogshead of mnolasses, and
two hundred feet long. The crew of the schooner
fired a swivel loaded with musket balls into the
snake, (then riased at least twenty feet out of the
water,) and the shot evidently took effect; as he
reared his enormous tasl made a tremendous splash
in the water, and dove towards the vessel. The
crew were of course very much frightened, as they
supposed he was about to make fierce battle, but
he did not rise in sight again. Now these men
must all have told the grossest and most egregious
falsehood, or there is reality, all, in the existence
of the Eastern Sea Serpent; for there is no chance
for mistake in the case The facts, it is well to
add, have all been sworn to before a justice of the
peace. We being to be suspicious that we may
possibly be obliged to give over our scepticism,
and conclude there actually is a big snake upon
the coast of Maine.-JV'. Y. Courier.

,New York, Boston and Philadelphia Belles -
A writer in the last number of Blackwood is quite
complimentary, to our New York girls, but admin-
isters at the same time a caustic rebuke to the oc-
casionally overdone fashion of their promenade at-
tire. Hear him, fair ladies:-"- The man who
has the good fortune to see our New York belles
in their morning or home attire, must have a heart
made of quartz or granite if lihe resists their attrac-
tions. Their graceful forms, their intellectual
and somewhat languishing expressions of counte-
nance, their bright and beaming eyes, their slender
figures which make one inclined to seize and hold
them lest the wind should blow them away, their
beautifully delicate hands and feet compose a sum
of attraction perfectly irresistible. The Boston
ladies are perhaps better informed, and their
features are usually more regular; but they have
something Yankeeish about them which I could
ever fancy, and, moreover, they are dreadful
?bue-stockings. The fair Philadelphains are roun-
dev.tore elastic, more Hebe-like, and unapproa-
eh.li Win the article small-talk; but it is amongst
the beaues of New York that romance writers
should Ak* for their Julias and Alices. I am
certainthat i'Cooper had made their acquaintan-
ce whilst writing his books, he would have torn
up his manuscripts, and painted his heroines af-
ter a less woodeA fashion. He can only have seen
them on thp Battery or in Broadway where they
are so buried and enveloped in finery that it is im-
possible to guess what they are really like, where
they seem to have put on at one time the three or
four dresses worn in the course of the day by a Lon-
don or Paris fashionable."

Steamers in Siberia.-The Russian Govern-
ment has authorized Theodore Pasnilau, merchant
at Tobolsk, to run steamers on the lake Baikal,
and on the rivers Obi, Tobolsk, Irtisch, Yenissei
and Lena, on the condition, agreed to by Pasnilau,
that two of the vessels shall commence running
in the course of the present year. The building
of these is already commenced, They a'e to be
called the Emperor Nicholas, and the Czare-
witsch, They will be the first steamers ever in-
troduced into Siberia.-NA V. Joir. orm.


turned a verdict of not guilt:. Dola., and GI,
(the latter charged with'tne conspiracy) We t.rteiin .
discharged,; the charge against both re-ting on theh
same testimony. There was a largecrowd of coun-
try people in the streets, even at that advanced&
hour, who hailed the result with suppressed
cheers.*
ITALY.
A letter from Bologna of the 27th July annount
ces the execution of Signor Gardinghi on the ;irre
ceding d(lay by sentence of court martial. He was$
shot in the back on the preceding day. His eXeL
cution had excited a most painful sensation, bht
little calculated to allay the ferment that seems to
prevail throughout Italy.
The Papal states continue tranquil, the princi-
pal leaders of the late insurrection having eithierk
been taken prisoners or fled from Italy.
PERSIA.
There have been some terrible earthquakes in
Persia; Tabrez, Teheran, and ispehan equally felt
them. Kiashar, Mana, ad various other cities,
towns and villages were more or 'less overthr4rvn,
leaving the inhabitants buried in the ruins.
TURKEY.
A letterfrom Constantinople of the 1st of July,
states that an extraordinary sensation had been
created there by the publication of a French pam-
phlet in which the 'Turkish Minister of Finance
and a celebrated banker and contractor are accused
of a long continued and enormous system ofplun,
der upon the state purse. A report was in cir-
culation at Constantinople, that the Russians bad
been beaten in a severe battle with the Circas-
sians, and had lost a large portion of their army.


anprtratug upon Prflessor Faraday's princ.iple,-
The lantern, pedestal, apparatus, and machinery
jmustform a most inibresting work of a'f.

NEW SHAWLS-Tie Liverpool ewreSpondent of
the Boston Atlas, sayt-"A curiosity lt shawls%'1
just been made in Paisley, where the m0ot
costly shawls worn bythe English nobility .are. made.
In 1842, when there vas great and getiut1rl distress.
in tihe principal manufacturing district$ ad when
tIe people of Pailey .Uflrea greatly from thestaq-
nation in the trade t(f li town, her Majeqty Qnven
Victoria, pruchased seeral Paisley hawls f a high
cost,to patronise dointic ni maniiactures, in conse-
quence of which the nobilty soon followed the
Queen's example, anc this single act gave great rp-
lief o the operatives. The great curioity referred
to in the shawl irade, i.a scarf shawl, so corstxue.
ted, that fuor colors "illfold into twenty di.fferent
effects; either colorca be worn alone, any twp to.
"gerher, three or all fotr, according to the caprice
of the wearer. Mr Kerr, of Paisley, isibe enpter-
prisirig itiul.ict'irer ,ho hat accompliIhed the
weaving in on,1 piei-e d' this extraordinary shawls,
which is preimourrced Co be a scientific production
of far greater mnpril thi aiivthing of the kind that
has appeared in the Fieuch 'e.qxsmtion of manu-
factures.

Value of Looks.-At the Newcastle bazaar, a.,
young gentleman lingerAd fxr some time at one of..
the stalls which was at tnded by a very handsome
young lady, "The chtrSe for your inspection.of
my wares; said the fak dealer, is half a Oratn
sir." I was admiring .our beauty, ma'am, and.
not your wares,' replied the gallant. "-t.hali.is
five shillings," responded ibe fair one. "That
five shillings,' perhaps, was never more cheer-
fully complied with.-Swtmatn.. -,,1:


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For the Commercial Advertiser.
EDUCATION No. 12.
XV'eegse est ut ones matres considercntur.
Mothers, I would address myself to you. You
hold a station of momentous responsibility.' You
hold in your hands the moral destiny of the world.
Fathers, statesmen, judges, ministers, all men
exert influence, but their influence isi moulded
and directed and controlled by maternal influence.
If the father's influence is evil, the mother's can
counteract it, but if hers is evil, It can but rarely
be resisted and overcome. The relation of mo-
thers is inwrought with our dearest remembrances
and our sweetest associations, and it is the spring
of our choicest hopes. Maternal influence is tell-
ing every hour on the present interests and future
prospects of the world. This influence, is real,
momtentous, incalculable and inevitable. Infancy
and childhood are the fountain-head of life; im-
pressions are then made that time can never efface;
a coloring is then given that will glow in lovely or
awful light throughout all succeeding existence.
Mothers make these impressions and give this
coloring. 0 mothers, measure this influence!
Weigh it! Weigh your own individual influence.
It is as real and tangible as the combined influ-
ence of the one hundred millions of mothers in
the world. This combined influence is made up
of individual influence. Go and trace back re-
sults to their'"source. Find out the spring of al-
'most all influence. It is individual maternal in-
fluence, commencing on the mind of the infant,
and deepening, Widening, and augmenting to in-
finite extent. Let your mind' glance down the,
stream of time to the verge of eternity, and there
survey the glorious company of shining ones, who
from age to age, have ascended up to the enjoy-
ment of endless holiness, and then compute, if
you can, the length and breadth and height and
depth of that influence which mothers have ex-
erted in the cause of virtue. But alas! take
another glance; look into the dens of misery on
earth and the pit of eternal perdition, and tell
me, what monstrous influence has brought about
all this misery? Ah me it was the influence of
inuCthers Mothers who are -peevish, irascible,
destitute of self-control, and destitute of -good
moral principles, corrupt the minds of their chil-
dren, and stamp their own deformity on them.
Just as distant worlds catch and reflect the efful-
gence of the sun, so children imbibe, reflect and
transfuse the passions and dispositions of mothers.
Their ill-nature and improper conduct passes like
contagion to them. When mothers depart from
the ways of virtue, they send out an influence
that broods like vampires over society, invading
the abodes of virtue, rolling the scourge of in-
temperance over the earth, breathing blasphemy,
debauchery, contagion and death, howling hor-
ridly in midnight orgies, and blasting the hopes
of the good and ingulphing immortal beings in
the tempestuous waves of eternal despair! 0
mothers, think of this.and tremble! Look at the
awful prospect of your children as you hurry them
on in the accumulation of evil, and awake to a


From the Boston Times-Extra, o Sth ult.
Arrival of the Steamship 'adia.
SIXTEEN DAYS LATER FROM-EN4LAND,
The steamer Acadia, Captain Judkins,rrived
at her wharf at East Boston, at a quarter t o'-
clock, Sunday afternoon, by which we receded
London and Liverpool files up to the 4th. Owhg
to the dense fogs off Halifax, her passage has bee
uncommonly long. We a.e indebted to Wilmer\
& Smith's Europeun Times for the following suml
mary of news:
The weather has been such as to cause the most
sanguine expectations of a speedy' and abundant
harvest.
The accounts from the manufacturing' districts,
are of a cheering nature; business wears a heal-
thy aspect; there are numerous orders for goods
and workmen plenty of employment.
Money is plentiful and likely to continue so.
First class bills are are 1 3-4 and others 2 to 4 per
cent. :
The Great Western arrived out on Sunday, the
4th inst.
The Cotton market has not been very animated.
The trade nevertheless; continues to purchase to a
fair extent, so that prices can hardly be said to
have been affected. Egyptians had*receded a tri-
fle, but Surat and Brazil maintain their rates.
Frightful Accident at Blackfriars Bridge.-
On the evening of the 22d ultimo, a most rmelan-
choly accident occurred at Blackfriiars Bridge,
London, by the breaking down of thie floating
steam boat pier. Four persons were after much
difficulty rescued, anid, after the most careful at-
tention on the part ci Dr. Hutchinson, they were
restored to their families and friends. Six bodies
have since been picked up.
The Queen's .ecouchmient.-The Queen do-
mesticated at Windsor Castle taking daily rides in
her pony photon with Prince Albert, and walking
in the pleasure grounds of the castle when the
whether permitted. The apartment selected for
the accouchmrent of her Majesty at Windsor Cas-
tle is in the Augusta Tower. This apartment, al-
so, is in evtry respect admirably situated and ad-
apted for the purpose for which it has been selec-
ted. ,
Arrival out of American Packets and Steam-
ers.-The packet ship Patrick Hemry, Captain
Delano, arrived on the27th; tie OxIord packet,
arrived on the 29th; the Britania, Royal Mail
Steamer, trom Boston and Haliiax, arrived on the
morning of the 27th at half-past one. The pack-
et ship Virginian, Captain Allen, arrived on the
2d inst.
.Attempt to .Assassinate the King.-The 26th
July, at the momeAt when the King of Pru-,i.
was about to set out on a juiirney, aiin assassin, na-
med Tscheck, burgomaster at a little village some
leagues from Berlin, fired a pistol. I he ball glan-
ced off the Kiig's breast, without doing him any
mischief. The King continued his journey. The
assassin is arrested.
The Belgian Government has taken strong mea-
sures to punish the Prussian Government tor hav-
ing raised the duties on the iron uf 1 1 iurn.
Foreign.-The news from Tlahiti shows that
the misunderstanding there between the Erghisi
and the French has increased since the public at-
tention was directed to it. It will atiord Peel and
Guizot a nut to crack, during the Parliamentary
recess of their respective countries
,;A good deal of vexation and ill-blood exists
in.England on the subject.' Sir Robert Peel and
Lord Ahterdeen have boti) aliuded to it, in their
respective places in Pcrlaniiiei,-each il strong
terms of condemnation. Peremptory apologies
have been demanded from the French Gover,,-
ment; but the war party ii France wilI turn it to
good account against M. Guizot. Tlie lFrenchi
rupture with Morocco shew no s mpto:ns of heal-
ing, on the 'contrary, the breach appears to %iden.
IRELAND.
The Repeal Agitation.-At the weekly meet-
ing of the Repeal Association on Mlonda" week a
Mr. McNeving designated the flag (f England "a
felon flag." Mr Gordon withdrew I his notice of'
motion ",that the subject of re,'e.ilI ought to be
brought under the notice of Parliament," itie re-
peal committee having passed a unurnnious vote.
that it would be ill-timed and ini-expeirdient.-A
i'he committee were oftopinion th it thie regtilrire's
were the places where the re.ieal bdttli w\,s to Be
ibught. The rent was &1430. 'I'ncopjrosrtii'i to
the payment of local rates and eve-,, rents was in-
creasing proportionably with the .iii''urt ,_| lund..
received weekly At Conciliation Htall. 'lie rent
last Monday was 1006
The Irish Proiestaats ap],ear to have taken al-
arm at Sir tHovert Peel's statements on the subject
of education in Ireland
Lord Heytesbury was duly installed as Viceroy
of Ireland on Thursday, murder such circumstan-
ces as were calculated to make a pleasing effect
upon him.
The Assizes now proceeding in Ireland-give
token of a diminution of crime to a considerable
extent.
Three incendiaries have been convicted at the
Limerick Assizes, of firing the out-houses of Lord
Dunraven, at Adare.
Murdur of Lord .JVbrbury.-At the King\ Conn,
ty Assizes, Peter Dolan, a laborer, about35 years
ot age, was arraigned for the murderofL,,rd \.or-
bury, on the first of January, 1S3y The jury re-


_. PRUSSIA.
The 26th of July, at the moment when thin'
of Prussia was about to set out .n a ourney>
assassin, naied Tscheck, burgmast.r at a little vil.
lage some leagues from Berlin fired pistol-
The ball glarnoi"off the King's breast, without o-
imghim any ischief. The King continued his
journey. The assassin was arrested. fired
two barreN, and the Queen, who was in car-
riage, wOuld hale been struck by one had shca-
\leaned back. 'o
, "IND 1A AND CHIlfA.
the O''elari '.Aail.-SThe dates from Bor,
ye to the 2tL of June, from Calcutta to the
llhand from Cfina to the 1st of May. The
mt settled terror' in India is'the Punjaub,
were tters wear avery feverish appearance.-
.Gwalr tranquil. te intervieI of Sir Char-
les Napieaith the deposed Beloochee chiefs was
paci6c, it' sais!'acto,, as we'have conquered
t h e i r c o u n t r y i t _- e d
t i out right or reason, they deem
it prudent, tor e present to'wear, without mur-



cmetecat he t uth mur
me, theca'Iich hey cannot break.--At
Canton, there ha een wane rioting, hut it was
-checked soon. Th Brtis, and te lChinese au-
tbrities seem to haonit; and the Erriperor is
said to be so mch plea wi1h the, barbarians,
who made him *eel his York .....
neswo tae idioed or i enc and ohis little
-.-s. -. --.--f e is -T" olicede to them some,
fresh 'h commerdl prtileo" So sav the ac-
counts.u Commercially spea- o his from
cou ~ d~y 1 9. "th~e news from
India is favorable; friom Chinas oherwie
The'c ttont m arkts at aI r ve Y v1'10 is teer-i e m-
SThe oaef t~h e F ~aner "lJou eetial,, em-
poriun s was dull and profitless.\The recall of





age e cotibted argey to The edtrecall cofu
Lord Eilenb, rough had excited ness surprise
than satisfaction. iHe was not expe d to leave
before the arrival of Sir Henryel-ard ea
DEATH OF COL. WM. L. STO
We regret, says 'the New York Expres, to an-
nounce the death ofeour friend and brother editor
Wit. L TNE, of &the N5_.i Y*kCommercelAd-
ertier. He died at Saratoga after a lingering and
painfu illne.., in t4e 52d year of his age, leading
a wife and one tchld. Ie was born in O0tM.o
county, in this State, and served hls .pprentices p
in the office of ti,, ariners'.Journal, at CooperS.
town. Luring the war, arid belioe he bec,,mn e of-
age, he colnttibuted largely to the editorial columns
ot tldi and other political papers Inmmdiately
.li'er hEl ewa;, 7heodore Dwighi, the venerabJe
ehtor ,f the Conmi ecticut Mirror. removed to Al-.
btty, and comineliced the publication l the Al.,
barr Daily Advrtser. c
C(ol Stone beine his successor in conducting
th Mirror, at Pintfoid and eontilanued uht paper
for tw1,, or lhree wears. In 1807, Mr. Dwight re-
nrpuished the omb.,ny DdihyAdverti.er, and re-
nioed to this dcity, and with one of the editors L f
th1U paper, cimiirtenced th e pblcatioili of the New
orni Commetiteial Advertiser. oel Stone was
again Mr Dwhlit's-buccessox in the Albany Daily,
Advertiser, a P per which lie continued 'to edit
witlI great abiy.t .
Col 6S, coRainued at Albany until about the
y'ear.t 10 or i22, when he, with its present pro-
pinetor, F.cMS l H'.iLL, purchased the Commercial
Ade.ri-oer andSpectatior, of the Zachariah Lewis,
arid sin t leiitime he has been tlhe able and ef4i.
clUt editor of that pier. For more than twenty
yer-., he hasJilled the editorial ehir, oh a Journal
ti.t w ,s etAlishred by that extraordinary lexico-
oapher. No, h Wer ier.-arid it is rio light credit
to hil. 1alentu that this Ji;urnal which has always
srood high, rihs, under his labors, increased in cir-
ctilal ton Indii repute.
hi, Lddriir, ts th ie assidjeous labors of an editor
Col. tone t'nod iidire i, devote much of his 'at-
t-> pron) tILhai tr arie s also, a iuot useful
n'ielnbe r to)flh'o Hnir'oric Society.. For the last
fivde earirfpl Po has been ena.iged indthe arduous
,, peri -i.-ie of' i J lic Schook
-' S',rt a.s anr heartied cordial friend; his
feeling wre right, anrd he was always ready and
willing to assistt those who had any claim on his
time or services.. In all the bitterness of paity
spirit, lheinsevwr indulged in personal malidgniy.
Nop erip tai was aggrrev,' .r injured, ever
lade anijrppeal to his juSitn-ss and kindness and
went iwav d. ', iappointed. Withal, Col Stone was
a Christiatn t Many years since he united himse -
with Dr. Spring's church, and i hlIlis ddily life, he
illustrated thi he lied ui dS well as feeble mortal
can, to.'is ilhgto.,s rol Wse pow rt from


h"nee acui of -h la, -teern for( o sme
him witj thle deepest regret, and sympathise deep-
Iy Wtiah .u.daltced widow and family.

,flvei.?ri-, optrie Lantern Jbr the Bertmuda
6a4t-12n Lt/hoase.--1Sometnme since we no-
triced the constrction of the cast-iron light-house
fitor M iportt poitio of' the Bermiudas, an4
gae.ts sen ai',d .4aeoston &c. Ve now rind the
aitnee l -acc.o14 of the lantern for the same,
4i -_.uAlmdrbtedys a skilful and ingenious
head andie :--'he lantern forming the light-
-reon ..u I,. tee pgh and d4'et io diameter, sup-
porle.s by e on i-&k.ttjds of '7 'feuet high, and is a
polygon rev 165..lts; to which an iron perlorated
platorni tie fabi' with an orname l tae scroll at
ane egd ai.d a- aht of rteis at the other. The
laterin by gazed o'th very thick inlate glass, arid
the roof is worrniJ of strong copper plaer, sup.e
porrt.d h:,.. r.rufr rlet'S. On the top a large globe
head and vane ii mounted, for the iurpes of
venihti,,g the le atern. In the centre is fixed an
iron column su1pparfing a dioptric apparatus QU
the first order, consisting of eight polygonial
lenses of great io'er, mounted upon a frame and
apparatus' rev,)hvirg by means of malie,&
Around the fahle ol".' 'ptlatrr is a lare iron frame,
which supports fot tiers of mirror,, at bottom,
.and eight tiers aboithe polygonnai ler~ses, fixed
at correct angles to exhibiting the light, which
is giyren by a p~ower',l lamp fixed in the eentt of
tlhe apparatri, whiihh co,,sists of a col~c'ertr~tted
.burner With four circular wicks. Theht'e a]-
t,,r,_t her 3S4 mirrorsof silvered plate glass. The







AJ History of past and present di culties i
tieAirgeitine Repablic.-", Th6,Gubelative Jur
to, installed on the 25th ot May, 18/0, governed
16 months. A revolution substitutqA in its stoad
an Executive Government, which J$sted only on
year. Another tumult overthrew' the latter, t
replace it by a new Executive Go ernmeqtvhic]
fell within four months. Frou,anotheti'urrec
tionary movement sprung up another goW nment
which could resist only nine months. there vortex ii
which it was ultimately swallowed ,P. It wa
succeeded by a Supreme Director, wb was turned
ouftat the end of nine Imonths.. ,Aother Supre
me Director was acclaimed but vaS banished ii
less than three months. His seCessor was ena
bled to hold the dangerousa helpor one year; but
he could do no more, and was.arried away by the
storm. Another governed sociely three months
to be substituted by the on who had the luck to
keep his post the longest;. At the expiration of
little more than two yepp he was swept away by
the revolutionary wave& Then the Cabildo assum-
ed the government, a4 held it onO day; a Lieuten.
and Colonel seize"' e reins and guided them foi
four days. He .s 'succeed by a government ol
,twenty days durntion. An insurrection overthrew
it to erect ano.fier which lasted only a month and
-a half. Thedetter was followed by government
of one mor.fi, one of twodays, another of six days;
and twoAore, the first of tour days, the latter ol
two mnoths! The government of Martin Rodrig.
uez tvs then installed. Before the lapse of four
day,, the revolutionists raised their standard.-
T"tn it was that General Rosas put an end to an-
arcihy, and laid the foundation of order, reinstat-
ing the legal government by the victory of the 5th
SOetober, 1820, and terminating the war with the
sister provinces, by the treaty of the 24th Novem-
ber, of the same year. Anarchy again reappear-
ed. Las Heras is put down by the usurpation of
Rivadavia, in the second year of his administra-
tion. Nvadavia, in the so called Presidency,
could sustain himself only one year and a half.-
He was succeeded by a provisional government of
one month; and Colonel Dorrego was elected pro-
prietary. Alter fifteen months of an enlightened
and beneficient administration, he was murdered
by the ruthless Unitarians and the false apostles of
the constitutional liberty then commnnced that
long series of sufferings which they have inflicted
upon the people of the Rio de la Plata, and which
they still protract through foreign agency. They
could sustain themselves only nine months in the
province of Buenos Ayres, ih 1828 and 1829, with
the army in revolt against the nation. The pro-
visional government of General Viamont succeed-
ed the tyrannical usurpation. The first regular
and benrieficient administration, that concluded its
legal term, was that of Ge .eral Rosas, from the 8th
December, 1829, to the 17thi December, 1832.
Disorder again broke out in the unstable govern-
ments of General Balcarce, General Viamont, and
Dr. Maza. A new and terrible crisis arrived.-
General Rosas has saved the Repuw)lic; he has
concluded the legal term designated to him by the
Sovereign Representation of the Province; and is
constantly urging of the acceptance of his resign-
Sation of the Supreme command.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRES IN BosTON.-Two most de-
:-structive conflagrations raged in Boston during
Sunday the 18th ult., the work of incendiaries.-
'tThe first occurred in Brighton, near the foot of
.Allen street. The second commenced in South
"Margin street, spreading to Custom Ilouse and
"Merrimack streets. Loss estimated at $60,000,
The. first fire was discovered on Sunday morning,
.-between 1 and 2 o'clock, in the carpenter's shop
,of Mr. Robert H. Cluston, in Brighton street
near the corner of Allen. The fire was discovered
by a watchman, when as he described it, it, was no
larger than his hat; but before he conid reach it or
give the alarn., it .had spread with such fearful rapi-
'dity as to envelope the whole building. The
i.t) Laing carpenter's shop of Mr. Theophilus Burr
was .Son in flames, as also the lumber in the
lIoinirr yard of Messrs Boswell t Pratt. The
toraber was injured to the value of some two or
'ireeih.indred dollars. The wharf is the property
,f th, 'heirs of the late Daniel Taylor. The fire
nIxt. spread across the street, destroying, or nearly
so, .-ejigt wooden tenements, ownedprincipally by
Mr. ,'Robert Buntin, Mr. $oseph Gass, Mr Edge-
worth, and Mr. John Davis-the latter occupied by
:hmaself. The house owned and occupied by Mr.
Marshmwas much injured by water The tenements
wereeccipCed Mrs. King, Mrs Cutter, Miss Waite,
Mr.',Sallivaa, M.r. Parker, Spoor, watchman, Mr.
Iurtaham, ditto, and several others. Very little fur-
,nit'urea'was saved in any of them, and very little
Insurance on the furniture. The buildings were
mostly insured The value of the wooden build.
.. inag0wis about $3,500, Loss in all about $5,000.
,While the firemen were engaged at this fire, ano-
tti-erwas set by the incendiaries in South Margin
.tret, rear of the carpenter's shops of Messrs. Rid-
Jon. .epon, and Buttertield, which were soon
consumed, the flames communicatinig on both sides
tf the street, and in the rear, and thence to the
westiside of Merrirnabk street. In the area of this
"conflagratioi some nineteen buildings were de-
:,.stroyed. On South Margin street, 11 houses were
, burnt. They are as follows:-2 wooden ones own-
, ed by widow Shannon; 2 do owned by Martin
Smith; one brick house owned by Thos Lewis, in
Qustom House street; 2 wooden buildings, owned
-.by F B Brigham, entire loss; 2'houses owned by
r iDaniels and Mr Johnson, &c.; also, 2 brick
),houses owned by Mr. J C Ewer and John Wells;
and carpenter's shops occupied by Ridlon & Jep-
; son and Butterfield. On Merrimack street, there
were eight buildings burnt: 4 brick houses owned
. by JEzra Trull, probably insured; Nos. 15, 16, 17
,; and 18; also, the provision stores of Gray & Briggs,
*.and Mr. Wallace, the brick house -and bar room
occupied by Dani Wise, and a wooded house oc-
cupied by C Woodbury There was also, another
brick house burnt in the ally. The brick build-
ings-were mostly insured... The lose of furniture


is great and many families are left houseless and
penniless. About the same time another fire was
set in a barrel of shavings in a yard in Vernon
street, rear of No. 60 Lowell street, but it was soon
, extinguished.-N Y Sun.

'A CURIOUS INSTANCE of the intelligence of a dog
* is related. The animal belonged to a celebrated
*.chemist, who tried upon it the effect of a certain
poison, and upon the next day administered a coun-
ter poison, which had the effect of preserving the
poor creature's life. The next day another dose
was offered him, but merci! said he, he would not
,touch it. Different sorts of poisonous drugs were
"presented to him, but he resolutely refused all.
tBread was offered, but he would not touch it; meat,
*but he turned from it; waterbut he would not drink.
To reassure him, his masteroffered him bread and
meat of which he himself ate in the dog's presence;
and of that the sagacious ammal hesitated not to
partake. He was taken to fountain but he would
drink nowhere but from the spot where the water
gushed free and fresh. This continued for several
ays until the master, touched hy the extraordinary
intelligence of the poor creature, resolved to make
no more attempts upon him with is poisons. The
dog is now very gay and very happy, but will eat
of nothing that he dose not first see his master touch,
nor will he drink except from the purest spot of the
fountain. -[Edinburgh Weekly Register.

RUtoMt.-A letter published in t'e Baltimore
Su* of Thursday last, from Washington, states in
substance, that at a meeting of the Cabinet, it had
been determined upon to call an extra session of
Congress. It is further stated that E-gland has
taken the 14,000,000 loan of Mexico, for the pur-
pose of facilitating a war between the two gov-
ernments. This is given as a reason for calling the
extra ueirn.


n, .Massacre at '. ..'.. *4a .'.
11' ship, from Sydney recently conveyed to -nglan(
d intelligence of further 'murderous outrages on
1, English vessels and their crews, by the natives
e of the S. Sea Islands. A seaman, ,ho escaped
o the general massacre, told the officers of a vesse
hi which visited Ithe Islands, that the brig Jane
Swas wrecked off Caledonia, Dec. 14th. Part o
:, the crew perished, and the rest escaped to the lsl
n of Pines. Here they did not stay long, in conse.
s quence of the ferocious disposition of the natives
d and they set sail and touched at Mangee, where
- they were immediately attacked, their boat des-
i troyed, and 12 of the crew murdered or seriously
Smaimed. This seaman escaped but knew nothing
t of any other murders, except that he had seen a
e great variety of valuable goods, including a chro-
, nometer and other articles, distributed among the
Natives. At Sippore Island, however, the officers
f of the Magnet ascertained that the name of the
' former ill fated ship was the Two Sisters, a South
- Sea whaler, commanded by Captain Brend, and
That every soul of the crew had been most bar-
r barously murdered.
f As a pendant to the above we give the following
Extract from a letter published in the Journal des
Debats. The letter is dated at Akaroa, in New
t Zealand :-" Probably before my letter arrives in
; France you will have learned that the, Mahouris,
a tribe of Zealanders, have killed thirty English
Sof this colony; but you, perhaps, will notknow that
r he bodies of those unfortunate men were eaten-
- this is but too true. We had been out on a hunt.
ing party for about a week, when one evening we
arrived among the friendly tribe of Terauparas, or
Mahouris, and found them. regaling themselves
With human flesh. We all conceived that they
were eating, some captives or native slaves of their
own. As I understood the language I could not
f resist expressing my indignation, and I threatened
them with chastisement from the crew of the cor-
vette. The savages were alarmed, and endeavored
to appease me by saying,' they are not me of Ma-
F houri that we are eating, but some Yee-yes'-fobr
it is thus they call the English. They then ex-
hibited to us the heads oftheir victims, and I re-
cognised among them that of Captain Wakefield,
Sone of the distinguished inhabitants of Port Nich-
olas, who had entertained us at his owa house
when we went to the town to procure provisions.
I was seized with horror at this. Mly companions
blamed me for having risked irritating the canni-
bals, as w, were only five against two hundred.
But they gave us'confidence by saying, 'Oh, the
Owi-oui (for so they distinguish us) are good peo-
ple, but the Yee-yes are very wicked.' They then
related that they had killed the English because
they wished to establish themselves in a bay
which they had not purchased, and which the
Mahouris were unwilling to give up. We then
retired, with our hearts full of horror ard disgust."

From Hunt's Merchant's Magazine.
Money is constantly becoming more and more
abundant- and in many Banks the line of discount
being paid, or at the point which by law they can-
not exceed, (viz: twice and a half the capital)
large sums are lying tdle, more especially of the
Government funds which they cannot use. We
have before alluded to the manner in which the
deposits of the government are placed with the
Banks, viz:-Those banks are selected, and re-
ceive the money alternately, each successive
month; so that, in one month the deposits are all
paid into one bank. In the succeeding rnonh,
,hey are paid in o another bank, and drafts com-
.:enced upon tie first. These continue through
the second month, by which time the first bank is
exhausted, and deposits commenced in the third
bank. The effect of this movement upon the mar-
ket, when the receipts from customs were not large
was trivial; a- the surplus money accumulated,
however, it contrib,,, ,Stocks, and to ;,rdoem 'i',^uio'.. in prices, and
to accumulate f'rnds in two or thrpe banks at the
expense of those with which the accounts of duty-
paying merchants, art kept. The accumulation
of government deposits has progressed with New
York banks as follows:
Nov. 1843,................... $1,641,760
Feb. 1844,..................... 1,680,511
May, 1844,......................2,158,032
July, 1844,...................4,384,161
RULES or LIFE.-Little joys refresh us like.
house-bread, and never bring disgust; and great
ones, like sugar-bread, briefly, and then bring it.
Trifles we should let not plague us only, but also
gratify us; we should seize not their poison bags
only, but their honey-bags also ; and if flies often
buzz about our room, we should, like Domitian,
amuse ourselves with flies, or feed them. For civic
life and its micrologies, we must acquire an artifi-
cial taste ; must learn to love without esteeming it;
learn, far as it ranks beneath human life, to enjoy
it like another twig of" this human life, as poetically
as we do the pictures of it in romances. The loftiest
mortal loves and seeks the same sort of things with
the meanest; only from, higher grounds and by
higher paths. Be every minute, man, a full life to
thee Despise anxiety and wishing, the future and
the past! If the second pointer can be no road-point-
er into an Eden for thy soul, the mouth-pointer will
still less be so, for thou livest not from mouth to
mouth, but from second to second Enjoy thy ex-
itence more than thy manner of existence, and
let the dearest object of thy consciousness itself!
Make not the present a means of thy future ; for this
future is nothing but a coming present; and the pre-
sent, which thou despisest, was once future which
thou desirest! Stake in no lotteries-keep at home
-give and accept no pompous entertainments-
travel not abroad every year Conceal not from
thyself, by long plans, thy household goods, thy
chamber, thy acquaintance! Despise life, that thou
mayst enjoy it! Inspect the neighborhood of thy
life ; every shelf, every nook of thy abode ; and
nestling in, quarter thyself in the farthest and most
domestic winding of thy snail-house! Look upon a
capital but as a collection of villages, a. village as


some blind-alley of a capital; fame as the talk of
neighbors at the street door; a library as a learned
conversation, joy as a second, sorrow as a minute,
life as a day; and three things as all in all: God,
creation, virtue!-[Jean Paul.
Good for the Hatters.-The Germans never
shake hands, their universal salutation being that
of lifting their hats fo one another,` and to the la-
dies. To such an extent is this custom carried,
that a humorous and argumentative pamphlet. has
recently been published in Berlin, giving preferen-
ce to the English mode of salutation, principally
on the ground of economy and convenience. The
very clever author of this jeu d'esprit shrewdly
calculates that not less than six millions of dollars
are annually expended in Germany in the extra
wear of hats and caps by this perpetual and uni-
versal taking of them off to friends and acquain-
tances.
GENERAL JACKSON.-The Louisville Journal
says:-" We have just conversed with a distin-
guished genilman, who was on the continent of
Europe when General Jackson made his terrible
onslaught on the king of the French, some eight
or ten years ago; and although the gentleman of
whom we speak was never a partisan of the General,
he says that the effects of the old chieftain's conduct
on that occasion penetrated to the very centre of
Europe, and inspired a kind of awe in men who
had before considered our country a fourth-rate
power "


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Mary Ann, for sale low by
DODGE & GARDNER,
aug19 40 Water st.


Copartnership 'and Commission
Business,
AT APALACHrCOLA AND COLUMBUS.
THE undersigned have associated for the pur-
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 firm of RAYMOND & HAR'
DIN-in Columbus, Geo., by Edward J. Hardin,
under the firm of HARDIN & Co.
The advantages 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.
EDWARD J. HARDIN,
HENRY L. RAYMOND.
Apalachicola, July 31, 1844. al0tf
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF STEAM BOATS.
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 for a week; if
they like him, I will hire him for a month, or
for the whole season. Persons wishing to hire
him will do well to address the undersigned soon,
or his services may be engaged. I will hire him
lower by the season than by the single month.
SARAH L. SCOTT.
Ochesee, Aug. 3, 1S441. alo-Im
C 0-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. STrONE,
H. W. BROOKS.


SApalachicola,


Aug. 1, 1-4.1.


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PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
100 kegs White Lead;
5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 d3 Lamp;
75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes;
100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes;
Copel Varnish, Litherage. Red Lead, &c., &c.
Just received, amnd for sale by
B. S HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commierce streets.
pRIME PORK.-1-2 bbls. Prime Pork, just re-
L ceived and bfor sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
aug19 41, VWaler st.
ACKING YARN .-15 coils Kentucky Pack-
ing Yarn, for sale low by
DODGE &. GARDNER,
augl9 -10 Water st.
CORDAGE & OAKUM\.-
C ." 75 coils ofl Manilla Cordage, assortedol"
25 bales Oakum, ftbr sale tb y ,
DODGE & GARD*R,
apl6 411 \tterLtreef-t.


BAR LEAD-51.)0 lbs Bar Le.--
For sale b)v
CHESTER, iCARRIOR & McGRIFF,
jel ,.:,44 Water street.
M NTTING FOR SUM.IER 'CARPETS.-A
prime assortment iust' recei\ For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
ap2l7 33 Water street.


DAINTS, OILS, &C.-75 kegs White Lead;
S10 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,
apli6 40 Water st


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


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. Chetnnr.t & Commerce streets.


Commission Business.
New Yor,., March 12th, 1844.
O WITH a knowledge of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good
fadcidtes, the undersigned tender their services,
as CWM[MIIS.SION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of all kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-
turns for all sales effected, and answers to all
orders with which they may be favored.
Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of
Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 6m '78 Pearl street.
B ELLISON & CO. offer for sale an extenr
sive assortment of Merchandize, suitable to-
the Spring trade, consisting of
Groceries; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes;
Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods;
Crockery and Glassware; Hardware;
Woodware,-Brush e, &c ,&c. mar30
O N CONSIGN EN I :-4 lhids CRuCKERY
Ware, assorted, for country trade;
Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left-
wich, Va., some superior cross brand;
Dry Goods, Hardware and CuttlerUv;
"Hollow and Tin Ware;
Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shcs. &r.
ALSO,
Sugar, Cotle?. and Canal Flour;
Old Sherry Wine. in cases;
All of winch will be sold rerm low fo'r c,;h.
DAVID (;. RANEY,
jan29 43 Water street.
Roberls, Allen & Co.,
AVE on hand and lor sale:
lSheet and bar Iron; Blacksmith's Tools;
German, Engli4h Blister and Casi tceel;
Cauldron Keitles from 20 to 120 gall:
Hollow Ware, wholesale and retail.
Wrought and Cut Spikes; Nails;
Brass Andirons; Fire Irons:
Platform Scales. Beams and Ballances;
Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesale & ret.il.
Also, a general assortment of Hardwar,-.
They are ako prepared to attend to an' orders
for Iron or Brass Castings, Blacksmithiri.- Tin,
Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and (N.pi.er
Roohng on reasoni le terms., janil Ily
Drugs anid MIedicines.
T HE subscriber has taken the Store in ldt
ell's Buildings., former ..Qs.-
T. Caro. and as earl .. 'v will open a
stoc of ru s""ils, Glass,'&c., &c.,lfor
summer use..n thu f1all will have a large and
corn" ortment for countitry merchants, plan-
t~e 'physsiciani.
0 "B. S. HAWLEY.
A1"lT G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large
W and well selected stock of DRY GOODS,
consisting of:-
Cloths, Ca.simeres, and Kerseys;
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
Foieiin and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens:
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings
&C" Shirtings;
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other article in their line adapted
to the country ti a'ie. dec 1 y
UNDRIES.-10 bbls Cider Vinegar;
S 2 bbla Copperas; 8 mats Cassia;
6 chests Teas, green, black, &c.
10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs andcJCloves
10 boxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spicy;
5 baskets Salad Oil; 5 kegs BarXead;
30 bags Shot, assorted; 1 case Sardines;
5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves;
5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale by
DODGE 8 GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water street.


HEWING TOBACCO-45 doz Mrs. Miller's
Chewing Tobacco, just received and for sale
by DODGE & GARDNER,
jel5 40 Water street.
W INDOW SHADES-A fresh assortment o/
the latest patterns, just received, and fp
sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
apnM 33 V;ter e(


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IT ik the intention of the proprietcrs
"EUROPEAN TiMES." to publish EXTFA
training a digest similar to the Europian
but more condensed: price three cents
which I shall have forwarded by post ar. i
express, in a few minutes after each sf-t,
arrival in Boston, and which may be oba
quantities at very low prices.
EDWVARD WJI.
" EtURtOPEAN. TIkfEs" O-FICE, '
Boston, June. l'44. ,


July, 1839,h V PR'rr, 1
Proprietor, Ten Semi-AnnuaVotumn -:'
,00 pages each, completed, With th. :
for July, 1544, commenced the sixth '
existence of this standard Periodical. .
only work of the kind J this or any o I
' and wants of the Anmercial and buwP.
minunity, it has become an indiapertl': ,
reference to khe StatesmaA and Poliit.- '.'
mist throulfout the commercial world ,
tent-, esrnace every subject connected .
merce Xnd Navigation; Agriculture' r!.' "
factives; Currency and Banking; Fi'r3 a "..
inelInsuranee bthe Laws an Regul'",.
Trade, includingz important cisiors r
/erent Courts of tlhe United states, G;.I-. 44'
France, etc.) / :
It has and will conti'e to be tI c- n'
Editor and Proprietor6f the Merca ,.
zine to avoid every ;ing of a party p t',
sectional bias or -aring, in the c
work-opening it/pages to the free U
in~ i octifi ne'i "
cussion of anta istic doctrines c '.
the great int sts of Commerce, ,v
Manufacture' and the Currency. ,
The Mer' ants' Magazine is pub "" .
142 Fultopstreet, New York, oh tn
month, a'fivedollars per annum, 'd.'j -
vance./A few complete sets of the ,
ing t semi-annual plumes of a
eari, neatly and substantially bouT c
aythe subscription price by appl-yl .
,s above. /
New York, July 1st, 1844. / ..... :: ..


A XES.-A fresh* lot of heavr ]
just received and for male y
ap3 P rT.LTTON & (00.


MARRIED.
In this city on Tuesday the 20th ult., by Seth
P. Lewis, Esq., Mr. PETER DELEIN, to Miss
JULIA ANN PURIFY, -ill of thiu citv.


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I1altil B IA r .tA j 'i I" 'N0os. 29 and a Goldstreet, New York.-The
I Hoc Printing Press, Machine and Saw Manu-
PORT OF APALACHICOLA......Sept 2. facttwy, being under the management and direc-
....-- tion of Richard M. loe and Robert Hoe, continue '
ARIVED. to manufacture, at erkatly reduced prices, Print- S
'Schr. Gen. Wm. Washingion, Jenkins, fin Bos- ing Presses, Hydi antic Presses, Standing Presses, S
ton, via. St. Marks. Sell-inkir machine, Ciaes, Cases, and every S
Steamer S'iren, Wheaton, m Brown's Ferry. article necessary Ior a complete PrintingrOffice, a |
supply 4, which, iiicluding, ipe, ink, &c., &c., B
CLEARED. they keep) ovnsfantl. on hand. B
Schr Adaline, Peterson, fd New Orleans. they keeCp *ostatlS n h nd E
Steamer Florence, Floyd, for Huckleberry Bluff. H oe &'C.s Patt Single yi r Press, has
been receiiklv ritich ingle Cd in ernbPressnthas
Steamer Siren, for Brown's Ferry. been recently uch improved i my essential r
... particulars, with a view to adapt it to first-rate
MEMOADA, book printing, as well as excellent newspaper
SMEMORANDA. work. A coii.j-hAlable niiumtheir of these, m~eiines t
The Br. ship Rothschild, had taken her cargo are now in daily opet-ration in this city and 'els.- s(
on board and was to have sailed from Key West where, doing the' work very rapidly, and i"t a'
about the 18th ult. superior maier.
-Ma-,- ;- -_ BB '[- lilhe improvements in their Double C kinder
STEMPERANCE MEETING.-The regu- Press, not only grealy increase its speed, but
reu render the' pre. much more durable and less lia- "
lar Monthly Meeting of the Temperance Society, ble to get out of order. It is the onkl machine
will take place on Friday evening next, 6th inst., adapted to the most rapid newspaper printing.
at the Methodist Church. An address will be They are also the mamiiulfacturers of tlIe Patent
delivered by one of the members. A full atten- Washington and Smith Preses, which are so ex-
S. teiisively used by printers throughout the United
dance is requested. .sept2 States and Canadas. They call the attention of
,Printers to their new Machine Card Press, with
VWe are authorized to an- which one boy can print 1500 cards in the best tc
nounce W. G. M. DAVIS, Esq., as a candidate style per day. This machine is'very simple.. and
to represent Franklin coumity, in the next Legis- not liable to get outfof order. Its'inking appara-
lative Council, at the ensuitig election. sp3 tus is self-acting.
SThe Hoe" Co., also manufacture a Cylinder
o ar- Job Press, of large foolscap size, which requires
We are auhorized to ai- two boss tk attend it, who at the same time drive 0
ounce JO-IN GHENT, of lWaIton county, a. a the machine with their feet. It will print Irom
candidate for the Senate from the Western Sena- 13j00 to 21i0 irnpressioi.. per hour, and do good el
tonrial District at the ensuiing election, a26 work. IY" la
The "Hoe" Co.,'assure their friends, and rin- Ir
'We are authorized to an- ters generally, that no pains hall be spared to r
ounce ROBERT J. FLOYD, Esq., as a Candi- maintain the reputation of their establishment
date for the Senate from the Western Senatorial and that all orders eiitrustted to them will rcceivec
District at the ensuing election. jy27* prompt and carelut rtteion. hE
SEditors and Pro.Uriethrs will be supplied with
T estimates in dectail for Printing Offices or Binder- ar
SWe are authorized to an- ies; by infrhrmin.4, us of the ntyle and quantity of' P
nounce Dr. N. A. LON,, of Jackson, as a Can- work which they desire to do.
didate for the Senate from the Western Senatorial Hoe & Co., rrmnufacture Cast Steel, Miill. Pit, st
District at the ensuing election. jy27* Cross-cut.; Ciicular, and other Saws, a supply ot
which they keep constantly on tiand. P
James Gibson, Jobbing and Machine work in general. ar
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAINTER June 1st, 1.S44.
AND GLAZIER, N. B.-Publishers of Newspapers in the Uni- gr
SKeeApalachicola, Fla. ted States' or Canada, who will insert this adver-g
Paint Keeps constantly on s, Putthand a, fulsupply of tisement three times before the 1st of next July, m
Paints, OilsGlasos, Putt, &c. &c. Work done and send onie copy of their paper to us containing co
on the most reasonable terms. aug19 it, will be entitled to the payment of their bills ar
n'LD RECTIFIED WHISKEY-20 bbls old on purchasing four times the amount thereof. in


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7,Regular Packet Line.
!hip Martha Wasoi ngton,... J J Doane, master.
.h Flobridian,...........Win. Pratt, "
hip Uncas,................P W Latham, "
hip Emblem.............A L Dyer, "
Brig Manhattan,..... W.. W H Doane, "
Brig Arn Eliza,............W C Park, "
Brig Mearriora,............ H Ashley, ,*'
EPHESE vessels are of light draft of water,
J built expressly for the trade, of the best ma-
erials, copper fastened and coppered, with hand-
pme accommodiltinns, and will sail punctually
s advertised. When the day of sailing falls on
uriday. the ships .vill sail on the Monday follow-
ig. Tie price of ';rssage is $40, without liquors."
- All goods fornvarded to the subscribers
Sill be shipped free of commission.
E. D. HJURLBUT &CO.,'
$4 South at.,.N.Y., 6r,
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
Sep3 46 Water st., Apal'a.
FOR RENT.-The building near the
Market, known as the "Market Coffee
House," will be rented on reasgable
ruis. Apply to J. L. WYMAN.
Apalachicola, July 27, 1.S4-14.
ADVERTISEMENT.
WV ILLMER & SMITH'S EUROPE-
A N T I M ES-During the time this"
journal has been before the world, the proprietors
e;er, with pleasure to the praise which it has
cited Irom the press of England, Ireland, Scot--
nd, the United Slates, Canada and the West
idies, and the encouragement it has received
om the public of the United States and Canada.
Three essential features distinguish it from all
)ntemporaneous publications.
First-It contains a full, correct and compre.
ensive Shipping List, arranged on a plan so plain
id practicable, that "hlie who runs may read."
persons interested in the Marine of America may,
arn in ani instant to the information which they
.ek with the certainty of relying on its truth.
thus supercedes Shipping Lists, and other ex-
iensive publications from Europe, some of which
e six times the price of Willmer & Smiith'&
uropean Times."
Secondly-It contains a Price Current of all the
*eat British and European markets, devoted
principally to the articles of trade and commerce
ore immediately appertaining to the American
intinent, and in which the merchant, the trader
hd the man of business must feel an immediate
terest. On the score of correctness, the tabular
;ures, and the remarks accompanying the vari:
is markets, sho% ing their actual condition, may
e relied on, and are (in fact an authority with'.
ost of the first houses in the principle cities of
e United States and Canada.
Thirdl--As a newspaper, it presents to the
merican reader, in a concentrated state, and'
here the interest or importance of the subject
demands it, in the most detailed and ample form
'ery topic of political commercial, domestic and
miscellaneous interest which has'occurred in Eu.-
pe, or 'elsewhere, since the. departure of the
evious packet; especial regard being paid to-
hatever is most connected wilth or relates to the
political, social, and comni'rcial well-being of
e Union, or the adjacent .ritish province. In
ort, it takes a glance at every circumstance in
Inch the inhabitants of the Great Western con.
lent can possibly kfel an interest. It puts the
mericrn reader in possession, the moment it
imes to hand, ot fv'aLever has transpired dumng
e interval in Furope-personal, political and
Lnmercial.
It has already attained a very high character,-
d may with great propriety he -said to contain
e BEST PRICES CURRENT; the BEST
SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUROPE.
N NEWSPAPERF which reaches this country
)rm England'; for it comprises in a condensed,
rm of twenty-four columns, every description of
ws of interest of America, which had transpir- .
l in England and other Foreign parts, from the
ailing of the previous up to the hour of depar-.
re of the Steam ship which conveys the forth-
ming number.
p- It will be sold at 121 cents per copy only.
Amongst other numerous and flattering testi!-
onials, the Boston Morning Post, sbys:--
"We are greatly indebtedto this newspaper for"
r foreign, miscellaneous and commercial news.
ie number of Willmer & Smith's European
rues is worth a whole tile of any other Enghisk__
per." ;,
Published at Liverpool. just before thet sn~ier.
Is by WILLIAM & SMITH. Sutl,,ri'tioii
)UR DOLLARS PER ANNUM.


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LEGAL -N NOTICES.


Franklin Saperior Court.
AT 91AMBERS.
Robert J. Floyd, 'omp't., ,
VS. I/ IN -,
Curtis and Griswold, eta,/ IN HANCERY.
defendants. I
IT appearifig to the Cotirt from fidavit filed in
this case, that said'LeWis Ct is and George
Griswold, trustees of the Apa.Lchicola Land
Company, and said John M. Berrien and David
. Selden, who are ddtendants in said cause, reside
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit : the
said Curtis and driswold, in the state of New
York: and the;'said Berrien and Selden in the
state of GeorgiA. It is ordered, that a notice be
published onq6 a week for the space of four months.
in the "Coinmercial Advertiser," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso:
against them (a copy-teste.)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. fel 4m
Franklin Superior Court.
.AT CHAMBERS.
Robert May, comp't., ]

Curtis and Griswold, et al., IN CHANCERY.
defendants. J
TT appearing to the Court from alffidavit filed
Sin this cau.ie, that said Lewis Curtis and
George Griswold, trustees of the Aipljc!iic'la
Land Company, and said John M. Rerrien and
David Selden, who are defendants in sid c:us-e,
reside beyond the limits (iof this Territory, to wit:
the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state ol' New
York; and the said Berrien and, Selden, in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space four months
in the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the enumnL, term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be take pro confess:
against them. (a. copy-teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. jel 4m


Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't. '
V.
Dodge, McDougald,Calhoun
and Bass, trustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-
chicola 'Lot Company; CAN R
LewisCurtis and George t N CHANCERY
Griswdld, trustees 'of the
Apaladhicoli..'Land Co.;;
Mers,' assignee in
bankruptcy of George W.
Ross, defendants.'
IT appearing to; the Judge by affidavit filed in
this cause Vat said Daniel MdDougald, James
S. Calhoun a Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis
and George G-iswold; and Myers, reside
beyond the limits bf the Territory, to wit: 'the
Raid McDougald', Llhoun and Myers, in the state
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in 'the
state of New York; and the said Bass in the state
of Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
lished once a week for the space of four months
before the ensuing term of this Court, in the
Commercial Advertiser, 'a newspaper "printed in
this District, requiring sai&defendants to appear
and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
be taken pro coanfesso: against them.
(copy test)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 31st, 1844. jel 4m
Apalachicola District of Florida.
In Superior Court-Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, ) INCHANCERY.
vs. "
'David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
T appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the
said David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
out of the Territory of Florida, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in some newspaper published in the city of
Apalachicola, once: a week for fotw months, re-
quiring him to appear and answer the said' bill of
complaint on or before the expiration of that
timp, or the sqd. bill will be taken as confessed
against him,. ad such 'further- order given in the
premises to the Court mayseem justice.
(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL,
3. .L. BRANJtji.' 'Clerk.
.;,.i Solicitors'fr Cofipl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll.-4m
.FraukliR Ilperrior Court.
SSpri, Term, 1S4.1.
G. Semmes,).
vs. Damages. $500-Attatchment.
Elias Simpson,J
TUHE defendant and 1ll persons interested are
L notified of the institution of the above suit,
t and'are reqired to appear and plead as required
Sby w. .* A. G. SEMMES.
: ApalaclhicQa,S Jan. S, .184. anl'2i)3m


"- -._ vU "Superior Court.

}j ivr B Tsh I 1 .
:, W "n. I .'-'E tI; osure of Mortgage.
-T' ' r' bndant abrMnd all persons interested are
.I notified othe institutio'i i thlie above
:. --at, I wil! n ply to thle Judlge .)1' tie
.ri:r ,urt of Fran in County, at the Spring
of sai lQourt, 1544, for a foreclosure of said
.* A. O: SkMES, PIff's Att'y.
-N.N no V,, '24, 184.. apl20 3m
1-t *1 'klina superior Court.

S''vs. I
A ) Vs. Bivrenee, formerly Bill of Divorce.
S"--'b'eth Burns. j
,? '-T t.--'i4>ltt in this case will tbk, hen'ice,
,'ia l o I the Ok '4t y of Octoher '.._.;. I ill
I J t lt ke the positionss of Timot- '-'-_4itr'
0 -vI case at r. Clerk's Office in the City
--' ;ola,' at' Wciph time and place the
ndant may at-end.
'R.-J. MOQES, Att'y for PI'T:
5)et" iOola, June 25, 1814. je29,3m
r, ,s Ckson Superior Court,
q .) the Spring TernM, 1844.

LJIBEL FOR IyVORCE.
',ef' ant ir said case, will *ake notice
S hall proceed to take the testimony
J"' 3. Pittman, William Gay, WVilliam
.1 mes.Barnes, Esq., on Mond'v the
.ti-r o- Ty next, at 10'o'clock, A. M.. at
0, I t IIttle & Brothers, Rocky Mout,
y interrogatories now filed wit'
1 al o aid'Court.
YONGE & TAYLOR,
Solicitors for Complainant.
pril 2d, 1844. ap9 1m


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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,


NTOTICE--ix months alter date I shall apAlv-
to the Hon.-Judge of the County Court of
Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the
administration on, the estate of Sampsi,,n Pope,
late of said county deceased.
I% .SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3-6m

N OTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply
to the I-.n. W. G. M. Davis, Judge 'of the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of
dismission from thlie estate of Thos. H. Thompson.
H. B. STONE, Admhinistrator.'
Apalachicola, May 16, 1844. myl8 6m


N OTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Hon. .Judge of the County Court for
Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the
estate of John Norton, late of said county, de-
ceased. JAMES GREEN; Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. .a20 6m
N OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from
the administration of the estate of John S. Ran-
dolph, late of said county, deceased.
FRANCIS R. ELY, Exceutor.
Mariana, Feb. 1st, 1844. fehb, 4,|


XTax Notice!
N conformity with an Ordinance, passed by
the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa-
lachicola, March 22d, 1844, entitled "An Ordin-
ance ro raise a Revenue for the use of said City."
I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of De-
cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the
Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol-
lowing described property, as will bring double
the amount annexed, together with all costs and
charges of sale.


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7
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I
4
15
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3
4
9& 12
1
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5&16
11
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A. T.Bennett.......... 22 00


C. E. Bartlett,.........
L. Birdsal,..........
J. C. Birdsal,:.......
Calhoun & Bass,......
John Evans,...........
C. Edmondson,.......


8
2 5
2 5
10 (
2 ;
29 (


John Gilmore......... 2 5
F. R. Griffin,.......... 1 (
Estate of John Gillispie, 2
Jacob Harvey,......... 7
John Kerns,........... 3,5
John Kennedy,........ 2
J. C. Love............ 3 (
William Low.......... 3 (
Charles MeKinney,..... 5 (
J. Martin............. 4 '
Mitchell Marzell,..... 3
Jno. T. Myrick........ 5(
Joseph Mitchell,....... 4
K. McKenzie............ 5 (
7 R. M-itland & sons,.... 7 (
2 Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6 (
A. J. Norris,............ 3 (
Ogden & Ferguson,...... 1
Dan'l. Ryan.......... 3 '
John Ragan,.......... 2
Prank White.......... 3 (
Thos. L. Wingate...... 27
Henry Williams,....... 6 (
PETER HOBERT,
J City Tax Collector.
June 7th'. 1844. jel5 6m


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

James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
May always be found at the office of Farrior &
Co. No. 41- Water st. He would respectfully so
licit the patronage of his friends and acquain-
tanices. dec'25


LEGAL NOTICES.

Apalachicola District of Florida.
FRANKLIN COUNTY. ,
D. K,.Dodge, Compl't, '
J e and In Chancuy.
James C, Watson, ot al. Def'ts. )
T appearing to the Court, from the report of
the Master in hancery, in this case appointed,
That the followfig sums are due by the parties
hereinafter ni tioned, for the instalments here-
tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin
Land ard Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby given to the parties respectively,
to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver
iW 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 Chancerw"
for the District aforesaid, to pay the several
amounts so due and owing. Sate first W.dnes-
d iv in December next, to wit: .
D-iniil McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st
larch, 1843.. ................. .. ;.I'I 00
Hud-iin .\. Thornton, 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
i'ndebted on the same day and year... 972 716
John D. Hl[owell................... 365 98
13B: order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack,
Ju.-,_-e of the Superior Court of Franklin count v,
in tlie A,:,.achicola District of Florida.
R. J. MOSES,
Master in Chancery..'
Apalachicola, August 19, 1844. '


P RiNTERS' AND BINDERS' WAREROOM,
N,_s. '2:' and 31 (G.Id street, New York.-The
"Hoe Printiing Pre;ss, Machine and Saw Mi u-
factury, being-under the management and direc-
ti.n of Riclhard M. Hoe and Robert Hoe, continue
to manufacture, it greaitl' reduced prices, Print-
ing Presses, H diulic Preses, Sltandiiig Presses,
Self-inking uii,.clii'.. Chases, Cases, and every
article necessary for a complete Printing Office, a
'.upl; of which, including l ple, ink, &c., &c.,
theykegp constantly on hand.
H-.,e & Co's Patent Single Cylinder Press, has
been recently much improved in many essential
particulars, with a view to adapt it, to first-rate
book printing, as well as excellent newspaper
work. A considerable number of these machines
are now in daily operation in this city and else-
where, doing the work very 'rapidly, and in a
superior manner.
The improvements in their Double Clinder
Press, not only greatly increase its'.speed, but
render the press much more durable and less lia-
ble to get out of order. It is the only machine
adapted to the most r.i|jid new-'pdJper printing.
Tiicy are also the iriiiilactiuii-,'r vi t lie Patent
Washington and Smith Pres;is, %lhich are so ex-
tensively used by printers throughout the United
States and Canadas. They call the attention ft'
Printers to their new Machine C ard Prt.%s, with'
which one boy can jrntt 15i.ri) cards in the best
style per day. This machine is very single, uid
not liable to get out of order. Its inking appara-
tus is self-acting.
The "Hoe" Co., also manufacture a. Cylinder
Job Press, of large foolscap size, which requires
two boys to attend it, who at the same time drive
the machine with their f'et. It will print from
1500 to 2000 impressions per hour, and do good
work.
The "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, and prin-
ters generally, that no pains shall be spared to
maintain the reputation of their establishment
and that all orders entrusted to them will receive
prompt and, careful attention.
Editors and Proprietors will be supplied with
estimates in detail for Printing Offices or Binder-
ies, by informing us of the style and quantity of
work which they desire to do.
.Hoe & Co., manufacture Cast Steel, Mill, Pit,
Cross-cut, Circular, and other Saws, a supply of
which they keep constantly on htiand.
Jobbing and Machine work in general.
June 1st, 1S44 .. ..... .. ..
N. B.-Publishers of Newspapers in the Uni-
ted States or Canada, who will insert this adver-
tisement three times before the 1st of next July,
and send one copy of their paper tous containing
it, will be entitled 'to the payment of their bills
on purchasing four times the amount thereof.


H UNT'S MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE AND
COMMERCIAL REVIEW, Established
July, 1839, by FREEMAN HUNT, Editor and
Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumns, of about
800 pages each, completed. With the number
for July, 1844, commenced the sixth year of the
existence of this standard Periodical. It is the
only work of the kind in this or any other coun-
try; and, although mainly dev'.t':d to the interests
and wants of the commercial and business com-
munity, it has become an indispensable work of
reference to the Statesman and Political Econo-
mist throughout the commercial world. Its con-
tents embrace every subject connected with Com-
merce and Navigation; Agriculture and Mannu-
factures; Currency and Banking; Fire aid Mar-
ine Insurance; the Laws and Regulations of
Trade, (including important decisions in the dif-
ferent Courts of the United States, Great Britain,
France, etc.)
It has and will continue to be the aim of the
Editor and Proprietor of the Merchants' Maga-
zine to avoid every thing of a party, political, or
sectional bias or bearing, in the conduct of' the
work-opening its pages to the free and fair dis-
cussion of antagonistic doctrines connected with
the great interests of Commerce, Agriculture,
Manufactures, and the Currency.
:The Merchants' Magazine is published at No.
142 Fulton street, New York, on the first of each
month, at five dollars per annum, payable in ad-
vance. A few complete sets of the Work embrac-
ing ten semi-annual volumes of about 800 pages
each, neatly and substantially bound, can be had
at the subscription price by applying at thie office
as above. '
SNew York, July 1st, 1844


^Ans? OrniMnance
providing ifor the arrest of offenders, &c.
ti, u 1. Be it ord'iined b4 the Mayor and
CO* 'nE f the City of Apalachicola, That in all
c ises, in complaint being made of the violation
of any ordj.nce of said city to the. Mayor, he
shall hav' 1 power and authority to issue his
warrant direcftpo the Marshal of said city, com-
manding him forest the person or persons com-
plained against; ad detain him, her or them until
otherwise ordeijef, the Mayor. -
Sec. 2 Be it furtli'r ordained, That in all cases
when judgment may 'hr.jendered in the Mayor's
Court against any person for a violation of any of
the ordinances of said city, the Judge of said
Court may remit such portion of said judgment as
in his opinion may be. .,'rp-r. when its appearing
that such offence was (c .ninfitite under mnitrigating
circanstances.
Passed hy Council 30th May, 1844.
DAVID G(. RA .Y, Mayor.
Wni. Sydney Green, I. D.
D-R. GREE'N tai'es this opportuiXY, of expres-
sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to asstnre
them that it shall be his constai -.ndea\ or to ren-
der himself more useful in his ,'rfpesiori.
Office, on Centre, near Water street. dec25
L IQUORS 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,'
aplG 40 Water st"


UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
: Gor, Ann & Nassau streets, New York...
^ :THE undersigned resp(-ct fully,
S^ inform the Old Patrons 6f the
S TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOJN-
J DRY, formerly known as '"J .AT E s
f Ss CoNvrEz's" and more recently \,as
3 '"CONER & COOK'S," and the pub-
lic in geir,ral, that/they are prepared to execute
orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c,\
and every other article necessary to form com-
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable
terms, and of as good a quality as any other es-
tablishment in the Unitec States.
The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
in' style of face, ,nd the material of which it is
made, particularlY adapted for service in News-
paper Printing.
(3c All kinds df Stereotyping finished to order.
SN.B.-Such Niwspapers as will copy the above
three times, previous to November next. will be
entitled to pay in :,;e. on making a bill of four
tinimes tile arnmount of the three ins.-itcoirs.
J.AME.S4 CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m


To the American Bnnar.
T HE undersigned contemplates putting'to Press
L the ensuing Spring, the first volume of
-'SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE
AMERICAN BAR."
My brethren throughout the United States are
requested to aid rue with contributions from their
respective States, locating iparXtulrly the
"Scene" or Anecdote" in t he proper County or
District. As the contributions wvill b 'e very num-
erous and many of them from the far North and
West, I must request my fKi-, '!. So pay the post-
age on them. I shall be aided in this amusing and
interesting work by some of the oldest and most
distinguished Members of the Sourhern Bar.
ec' All communications must be directed to
me at "Pensacola, Florida."
RICHARD ROE.


rensacoia, july ist, 1844.
0r- Editors favorable to the undertaking will
please copy.
L. W. Sprati,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
WILL for the future reside in this city. All
who have committed legal business to his
care while a resident of Quincy, will please ad-
dress him at this place He will continue a regu-
lar attendance upon the courts of Jackson and
Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at
Tallahassee.
Office over W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street.
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844.


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


INSURANCE AGENCIES.


WARM SPRINGS.
M.IEI;IWETII'HE.i t-,NTY. ;E,''RGIA.
1iria E ILE PR)I RIET('RS of this jatering
||{;:i plate, have been induced to open their
.Jiii Houe for the accommodation of inv'alids
and others., n\uch earlier this season than usual,
in consequence of the many applications that have
been made for boardd from different parts of the
!country, by those laboring under various diseases,
such as Rheumatiki, Dyspepsy, &c all of which
readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have
lIi-i'etofore held out 'ore inducements to persons
A-ek :ing pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to
those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
say come, and come early, if .you wish to be
.eneFited. These Springs have proved a certain
cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
and in no instance hlvie invalids failed to be bene-
fited wlio have visited them, for the proof of
which, we can refer to innumerable certificates,
some from the in-ist respectable gentlemen in the
State.,
To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will say this
much, that we intend to offer inducements enough
to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
South. We intend to keep a better House than
we ever havekept,((and it is said that we generally
kept a wery gi-.,-.d one.) Our Beds are all entirely
new; our houses have all been r, L_,;lr, :iid the
"vhole place prc-Sents i new a a !I,'..i1ii', appear-
ance. The tenperature ofthe fc-.,,'iti..'e isfine,
the thermiriometer seld'nii rising .,:"''.. ', degrees.
Our Baths are in as good order as they can be, and
for, the benefit of those who have not paid iis a
visit,we willdescribe them: theyare6 in number,
each ten feet square in the C'lear, vfth a dressing
room attached to each, and are so arranged as to
rii:se thie water to any depth re pii-d ; our Spring
.dirrfds upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of
water per rniubie; the temperatures ii(of the water
is precisely ",i_ degrees. The an'ilvsis as taken by
Dr. J. B. Cutting, State Geo:,lougist. is as. follows:
"Height abo,'e ,fip level of the sea 793, feet-
quantity one wine pint, ori 2.,S75 cubic inches-
precifi, iavitiv- (0.99'-didiill.-ld water .being 1,000.
(GASES -Caih bonic acid gas,.... 2 cubic inches.
Silrhirate of Hydrogen,.............a trace.
SOLIUS-(',,rbonate of Lime,......... 1 grain.
('arborinal-( f, Iron,...... ......3.... 5 grains.
Carbonatie if ,lLi., ..ia".......... 10 09 grains.
The tmiierarure of the Water, winter and sum-
mer, 9u degrees "
A Splendid Read has been finished, expressly
f1.r ridin'., three mhile- in length; it leads to the
summit of a Abiouitain. where you behold one of
the nio-t rin.niiii'enl views in Georgia. A good
rouad has also been made to the well ,known
COLD SPRING, only iths'of a mile frinm thlie
Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it,
to be the finest cold water in the world.
Trho amusements at the Springs are various.-
The Ball Room is opened nightly and the servi'.os
of one of the best Musicians in this sectiot, of tle.
country, is engaged to take charge of ir.
We intend to devote our time exclusively this
season to the comfort of our visitors,- and we hope
to be able, between us, to please all, and see that
none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. J,'liiison
will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too, will
give his whole attention. .
Our charges will be the same as hereif-ire,
.0-, per month foir Board and Lodging. Baths,
free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and
sold at fair prices. These S.,,ri',.4 are 35 miles
north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green-
ville. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching'
here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
Mobile, Mim,,tim and Madison with Columbus and Greeiville, and
Hackl run.,gda.ily from, both places here, so there
will be no disappointment. A four horse Stci',e
also leaves Columbus three times a week by the
way of Hamilton, for the Springs. '
'The Proprietors will be ready to receive Com-
pany on the first May.
SEYMOUR R. BONNEI..
'WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.
The Warm Springs are so well known that we
dothink it necessary to trouble the uiblirc \ irh a
long array of certificates, setting It-.tli thinir claims
to the patronage of the invalid, as well as the
man of health and pleasure. We viil therefore
only invite the attention ofthe reader to the fol-
lowing letter from Doct. J. J. 13>-,:sw 1, of Colum-
bus: ,
COLUMBvs, March 1:8;,, 1844.
Dear Sir-It is due you as tbh' ac,:iin'iod.iting
and courteous proprietor of the Warm "i-rin4s. of
Merriwether county-It is due the |,ibli,: who
may wish to leave their own homes and firesides
during the sickly season, to seek a place where
thci can enjoy health, and all the comforts of
cultivated and refined society, to point them to
the Warm Springs. In its Topographical situa-
tion, it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering
place in the United States. The Medicinal vir-
tues of its Waters from the Chemical analysis sub-
rntted to the public by the States Geologist, has
aud.ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu-
.matism; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis; Diar-
rher; Dysentary ; Dispepsy, and all diseases of the
skin and Kidneys.
In addressing this note to you sir, I have only
complied with the earnest solicitations of some
kind friends who have been either radically cured
or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Waters
of the/Warm Sprin's.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consi-
deration your obedient servant,
J. J. BOSWELL.
To Col. S. R. Bonner.
Warm Springs, Merriwether Co. Ga., April 24.


PHE subscriber, agent lfbr thie PROTECTION
1 INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford,
Conn., with full Ipower to receive proposals and
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and ila-
land risks. The reputation of this company for
settling losses with promptitude and liberality im
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
Apalachicola, April S, lS14.

ADVERTISEMENT.
W ILLMIER & SMITH'S EUROPE-
AN TIMES.-During the time this
ournail has bKen before theworld, the proprietors
refer, with pleasure to thle praise which it has
elicited iromn the press of England, Ireland, Scot-
Lid, the United States, Canada and the West
I dius, and the encouragement it has received
irumn the public of the Uniled States and Canada.
Three essential features distinguish it from all
contempo'raneous publications.
I' irst-It .c',titains a full, correct and cotnpre-
hetsi e Shipping List, arranged on a plan so plain
antd prdcticable, that "he who runs may read."
Peisois iifeerea.ted in the Marine of America may
liurn in anll instant to the information which they
,ee', witIi the certainty 1o relying on its truth.
It thiui supercdes Shipping Lists, and other ex-
pen.sive publications Irom Europe, some of which
are six tin-ies the price of W'illmer & Smith's
Europecan Times."
Secondly-lt contains a Price Current of all the
great British and European market, devoted
iririiiipally to the articles of trade and commerce
nuire Linedltdiaely appertaining to the American
continent, and in wlii'h the merchant, the trader
ijd the man o.i bi.i-liihs? IUins feel an imrnediato
interest On the score oi correctness, te tabular
fiures, and the remarks accompanying the vari-
ous markets, showing their actual condition, may
be relied on, and are in fact an authority with
niost of thie tirst houses in the principle cities ot
the Unitd States and Canada.
Tli-rdly-Awa newspaper, it presents to the
Amierican reader, in a concentrated state, and
where the interest or importance of the subject
dernndis it. in the most detailed and ample form
ev.:r, topic of political commercial, domestic and
mIsceilanelieus irit rest which hias occurred in Eu.
rope, or elsewhere, since the departure of the,.
previous packet ;%special regard beitig paid to
whatever is most connected with or relates to the
.,litt.'al, scinal, and commercial well-being of
the Union, or the adjacent British province. Ini
shortpit takes a glance at every circumstance in
which the inhabitants of the Great Western con-
tinent can pssibly feel an interest. It puts the
Ameriern reader in possession, the moment it
c', mn,, to hand, of whatever has transpired during
tlic interval in Furope-personal, political ari4
commercial.
It has already attained a very high character,
and miv with -reat propriety he said to contain
the BEST PRICES CURRENT; the BEST
SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUROPE-
AN NEWSPAPER which reaches this country
from England; for it compirises in a condensed
form of twenty-four columns, every description of
news of interest of America, which had transpir-
ed in England and other Foreign parts, from the
sailiiing of the previous up to the hour of depar-
ture of the Steam ship which conveys the forth-
coming number.
03 It will be sold at 121 cents per copy only.
Amongst other numerous and flattering testi-
monials, the Boston Morning Post. sbys:-
"We are greatly indebted to this newspaper for
our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial news.
One number of Willmer & Smith's European,
Times is worth a whole file of any other English
paper."
Published at Liverpool, just before the steamer
sails by WILLIAM & SMITH. Subscription
FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM. .

IT is the intention of the proprietors of the
"EUROPEAN TIMEs," to publish EXTRAS, con-
taining a digest similar to the European Times,
but more condensed: priwe three cents per copy,
which I shall have forwarded by post and railway
express, in a few minutes after, each steamship's
arrival in Boston, and whichh may be obtained in
quantities at very low prices.
EDWARD WILLMER.
"EUROPEAN TIMES" OFFICE,O ,
Boston, June, 1844. jyl

Ligon & Owens,"
ATTORNEY'S & COUNS LLORS AT '1AW,
Abbev/lle and Troy, Ala. '
W ILL practice in the County and Circuit
Courts of the counties of Montgomery, Pike.
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barhour, composing the
eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama.
WgODSON L. LIGOIN r "
Abheville, Henry co., Ala.
HASTINGS E. OWENS, ,
Troy, Pike-co. Alas
Rjefrs tq"-
Col. A INcAllister, )> :--, .
Gen. A ; McAltister, Hnry0l.a"
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala.
Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga.
Messrs. Chester & McGriff, Apal'a. Fa.
January 25th. 1844. jan29 tf


1 -61- 11


THE NE4' YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIP
FIRE, INSURANCE COMPANY,
; Of[ire. ,Yo, 57 WT'all Styel, .V. I I
Ins,,ii Dwellingi-houses, Warehouses and Buil-
ing, in general, Merchandise, Household \
Flrriture, Sips building, Ships in Port
d their C(argoes, and evary de-
vcription of personal Property,...
AGA ST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE. -
J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.
R. W. M TIN, Secretary.
DIRECTORS.
JS I\IYT- ERS, [IO'TMcCOSKRY
JAM_~llI.RYA HENRY PARISH,
JAMES 'eBrRD I, REUBEN VWITHERS,
JOHN AI)AtMS, WILLIAM SCOTT,
JOHN HAGCi;ERT\ F. SUYDAM
G. C. VEIEPLANChx. PETER I. NEVIUS,.
JOHN JOHNSTON, ICHARD IRVIN
JOS. KERNOCHAN. V. S. ROOSEVELT,.
JOHN I. PALMER, t,\). HURLBUT
P. LOrILLARD, GC P. POLLN,
JAMES McCALL, WI f-CO(LGATE,
LOWELL 1 HOLB.,6OK.
The undersigned have been\ Tpointed agents
of the above Coin pany, and are powered ,o is-
sue policies of insurance against 1:i or damage'
by fire, on as favorable terms as other .ood offices.-
NOURSE & STONE
Apialachlicola, March -23,1 S44. 46 Wterst.
T F-iE ETNAA INSURANCE COMPANY of
lHarlord, Conn.-The undersigned agent for
,the said Company, is prepared to issue policietn.f
Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage oji
rivers, oi favorable terms. The capital'f tthe
above company is large and invested in the safest
possible manner, and its settlement of losses has
alwa) s been prompt aiid liberal.
DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
A.lachico:.ila, April .S, 1S44. ;


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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
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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>.
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VOLUME IL] APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1844. [NUMBER 36.

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1 CARDS. From ihe Louisville JournalCampbell's From Graham's MgAzim'. ..D.Cama'tlcht. .
JOTBIWR Courtships. 'Among the extract
iIDIilE1DUL, lines the rainbow have BEATING INTO i'OHr MAHON.
upon always
from
the new work of Mr. Gregg,copied into Ihe
MONDAY been considered one of his most beautiful productions BY JESSE E. DOW, AUTHOR OF "OLD IHONEIDES
'
EVttlV last
PUBLISHED W in. G. Porter & Co. j. number of[the Democratic ReTitw, .tae'ttal.
yet if the following lines upon the same ON A LEE SHORE. 1 ,
BV" DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION lowing> showing.liow lovers-amoag, the rvrittg,
STY 9'lhjectIre: not nnre b' ::1Utirul, we are judges It beautiful afternoon in September
R. A. DOMINOE( & J- j" AN.nfi.c IELtCHA[ N 1'S. no was a Camanches arrange their CDcrria; contract. Wes
of poetry :- 1S35, when the frigate Constitution, commanded
No. 41 Water Street, might here observe that Mr. Gregg's- ; has.

third tory Baltic's Bailings corner of nrn'251y ApalacMcola, Fla. THE RAINBOW. by Lieut. William Boerum, and bearing the broad been received with great favor.by the northern
t ,Creels pendant of the commodore approached the Island
Commerce & Chest BY AMELIA. critics. Here isthe Camanche system of maxis .
JXcKay & Elartsiiornc of Minorca from cruise in the Gulf ol
a sanitory love
-- T : ,
sometimes have thought in my loneliest hoar i<.
.IT THRSB (DOHA: rS, PER. ANNUM COMMISSION MERCHANTS That lie on my heart like the: d,'w on the flowers, Lyons. The cholera, that cold plague of Northern Unlike mostother tribes,. among the GaQ1an.-

p.\Y.\.3f6! IS- '\lJv_ XCE. No. W \Water street, Of a rambl I took one bright afternoon. Asia Europe and America, had begun to show rhesthe consent of the maid has to be obtained.. f ;

} novl A iiLiehicola, Florida \Vlien mj-} heart: was MS lihtis u bloxscmin June its '-Ife in the frigate's messes, ere she had left the This done,the lover from delicacy .
.o', ,f to t t "' or l le;; lr\\'ett'lhes: : apparent r oea ,
i J.; -r' i n The green earth was moist with the late fallen island : but now tie sac breeze and the exercise
not to the .
t.c' 1,' t B JlC'JJ: 131Y its: : :rtedr JEREMIAH DAY. u-: father of his intended, but.in accordance .. ,
I: -1 DANIEL J.
r 1' 1 shcwt of
: r: tile storm had restored health to. the cheek, tnd' ce with
a custom which
\1 t I. Iii. \11: f" s : J. Diy Jfc Co., Th? breeze fly',"red down and blew the flowers the heart prevails anion ;,aome
open joy to of and the
seaman: as sun
every ; other tribes .
'J J) ,) ienolth. $:? 53 CtLIlSSlON 1 { communicates his desire to an uncle :
.? ;: M E It C H ANT S, dipped his red hair in the blue shadows of Mount
.tl: \ ,., Tares vv :I. .200 No. 52 \\"atertr...t, While a sing'!'e white cloud to its hiven of rest, or aged relative who enters into the manage con

; .D'I TVJAV-.W.1J .la31r Ap: tllC: cola, FhW. On (the whit wing of peace floated oft in the west, Toro she drew near to the harbor ol Port Mahon tract. The parties, however are not yet fully : .

r r.a- 'n :"i V.*' ._. 4 ;t IJ f a 12 1 H *m>)il, '...1 Jr with a clean bill of( health and flowing sail.- betrothed ; but, at a test of the. submission the- -
I I jilt vll'iaul A. A fl I. C. jiain, A::;Ithrewb ;.c\' my tresses to catch the cool breeze Cape Mola was astern and the battered walls of bride to the service of the proposed lord the latter .
< nj its till: liy s'eir' ; -
+.M ifT't COM1 $ SIGN MERCHANTS That sc-.uer''d the rain-drops and dimpled the Fort Saint Philip, against 'which the cannon of ,
seas
.jH urn tii t'luher of itj-orli.} ) i* ties his riding horse at her lodge door. If she ; .
-, : N.,. 4 Cot.rnbuj F.ir u,) th bine} sky a lair: rainbow; Admiral their death rattle ,
( Jlock.Liberal unrolled poor Byng in vain
:/ oj \; rill ,j'uijf;: t 'i; t.ut t.J.y are ti: : fofi-tiuted of give trim im loose, she has n solved f filially to reject I
? pinions purple aurlfiot I
i :
in
,1 silence
.
AII! ''ii ula. rose grim before her.
I
: oJ', i 1,1 Uirat. F 1\ n I : '"r''tty.if tn*Ce ; .''..". .\s born in a m.+ni"nt, j-"t quick as its birth him, but >if *\\e I ad him away, the taQaladaf1 ,
''ffl., : nuns 1 lit tr Ii; rti.j: ; lId charged iJv'iiicas .uA, ; "n Cotton shipped; t(, It .'.r. : -tretch J to the .mcrmost\ ends of the earthf The sentry at the cabin door had reported eight it is an une/uivocal agreement to take charge of" I '
) LivrJ, NT.v V rk ,..:,d ,' jstjn, aid also R j bells to the quarter deck, as she prepared to enter I
> ; in his
.. "I' i ; r I t u .;1"; I. t: rite An'1 fur .s! an ana I, it floated; all free, horses and other p>ropertyand the marriage i* ;,

.i' \,1.i -M/',:In.; .; it< \olic.i the term of piuV i st.ir. novl 1D. )' With a wins un the earth and a wing on the sea. the harbor. soon concludedThe uncle now communicate r ;. .

11:4: i'I I. t v, .vi.l .. fly b? exc3Jt, -: C .
I' ) H .xv calm tvc: the ocean how gentle its swell it runs northwest and southeast and extends several bans"
r iii.-.i rib.n CO'M MI :-ssio: .,Irci.CUANTS: Lit! a worn in's v ft bosom, it rose and it fell! miles into the isl.nd into fo be published! that no other wooer may t. :
i"' ttH .tI' '.t. tii-.i{ .iH- ; expanding abeaui i interfere. As the horse is with them the type oTevery I I'
"i i 1 I I a :! 'l: \ _i u. 23 tV.ltertreet. While its light sparkling: waves, stealing laughingly tiful above :
bay The
,
,; foOl i > nil I ; I r ill ilv-rtij-i"i 'Mtjrrtl .i j I'll A,1 tlichicola. Fla. o'er Georgetown., wind was important merest, the bridegroom not proceeds

4t : 'jrcuiii i ; r J. :riwi :basinesj, as When th"; saw the fair rainbow knelt down to west.ntrtr.we; t, and \\a3 no zephyr ai that. The to kill the least valuable one that he w possessed '

r.tI ,. :il I : Il t l: !r t ,, a:',ts: .. .ntlIln'yL1 :n, !II.trh r 3t Jlles, the hl'tt ; old. frigate was on the starboard tack, with hers of, and taking cut the heart hangs it at the- tf f

fIll, l' llf;.jl tt t 1e :.isuil '..ltes.l CUli.11t.SiJN: t :\IEitCiiANT I No.ve t'r himvn: ,is>cjrided: no murmur c.f prayer' ils set from her soy.+Is down. door of his i betroths d. She takes and roast it and .

!l': ,I' ,? ii ; ,ii' its: of c t iii'1 ilea for o.Iice: will X o..j} Water stroer, Yet( I Ht that tlip spirit of wor.-hip was +hre, Linn. Pearson, one: of the best officers in the then dividing it into two parts, each eats a half.

l I' 1'I: I fi.rc M.vi i can i,; the' canvass, jaiv2i: Apalachicola; : Fla. Aud":,eatl.bent the my young head in devotion and love, service, had the trumpet, while the commander! which, perfects the bond of wedlock The heart ;
form cf the
stood
in
angel that floated above. the weather tu.irter-boat to con her. of
the buffalo
; tii'! i II dl c-,
tl l lj; m 11 lieit'-on-: ;. '..vnid: ni;?5ble,) of a Dlvicl G. Clancy, flow .vidrt way the sweep of us beintiPil: wings An old pilot surnamed Pons, wearing royal if the bridegroom has not a superabundance of"

.ft, i tl I Ir" t Iivida il i iture, -ir ,mir of new COMMISSION cFOiiVrA.DiXGlrillCHANT: [ AND I i-JALi-t IN iSOODS; If looked cI the Pilate by young!, midshipmen, who would sacrificeany admit of it the
iv ir .IH, z: "'l', .c., will be' Cl1aC: red for as on sky :was cus-pncd in air manage is usually celebrated with
S.). 43 \Vater rstn'>t. If i i I l"nked th thing: for the sake of euphony, stood in the
tj.I;.r; i' n.Jits, itrir li;:reticn.f w9tln on ? ocean th? rainbow! was there ;: feasting and dances, though, in general, the Ca,
): Ail tIChicolaEla.! Thus firming 't girdle; as biil'i-nt! and whole lee gangway watching the captain and the wind. manches are less fond of dancing an moat other

f I.i fill'vi u i : itl-j'nai: ira our authori- B. Eilison fc Co., Athe tiio'ights of the rainbow that circled; : my He loved warping above all things, and after the Indians. .
("'11- Virgin he put his trust in nine inch hatcersWhen
..J.] ; \s. .lilti.-v 'Irs i an.veruJ: t-) receipt \)\LEilS IN liSUtJLLA.XIiOUS GOODS.; -
Li'e th-: win: < of the ])stir', calmly' unfurl'd, hz ascertained that instead in
AND COAnilS-iOX : crawling The
:,! C' uvn it =f \ .nHriJtil! H, alvertise- MlwiCUANTS, It bent from the cloud and encircled herd of horses.
No. 33; Water the world.Thre up'-n! hawser Lgs and kedge ar-chor feet the frigate
-, ,ti .r .Il nr Iii iti K, to be (tJr;*,trlJed to us:- : street,
tied ly AH il.ichlcol[ FI\.\ w.i ai!; ut t ) deal z/z. he lifted u.+ both hands and F.'rst Love. Mrs. the and
}. r. \ ..> :'IIM < V, :Mirimna: !'h..I. are moments, I (think, when the spirit re- Ellis farming popular -

.I. ,. { \.vc i-/, >t. -\1)ijj'j-'ti. ie, ria.vv E. il. Ff ,W/',J r.I,1.. ;=L ,,3Ul'T.I reves exclaimed" 1NSiblellonsieur:! : : Captain-inalovieuto. writer nf a dozen or so of interesting vo

!1\01. ''-: t. J S'i'>n, j'''U.V. '\vcileu BuU, : vohme.s! tfthought: on unwritten leaves, 'c Te!!: canimodore: has ordered me in, lame;, hssthe following beautiful passage relaI -

:Jvxsa, Urovva's ,?err, Fla. FAC'POR. cV; C U >.11 1S ION Wh.-n th'e folds of thr heart in a moment unclose, and I am fo obey that order." replied the cr-m- I in" to first love-jrirlish love. The reading of it, '
Like the innermost leave?from the heart ofarose mandm niricer; .::11 that I want of Mr. Pi will
+ : you stir from its inmost depths the heart of
\;. ;. JRSEV.VOOD: : Albany, illk..r Ct', Ga- MERCHANTS.Xo. ; And tin- when the manya
.. ". 2 Golunib'ia( Mock rainbow had passed from the 1ut,1S to point out the shoals." pure, fresh' young creature, in whose bosom the
sky,
AH ha'>ds work ship into Mr. Pierson.
port, boy-God }has just enthroned himself.
Ajulae.liicola, Fid. A-id thoughts,: it awoke were too deep to
CARDS. '3+ Lib.r.il. idvanc: (tna-lf ou; C '(ton .-llIp.)- ,1 l I l-ft my fall soul like the wins of a dove.pas by ; The order was: repeated by the trumpet, and answered If we could look into the heart of a girl when

.,.- .- io N -- voices, a'.d i.nmedi, .tel)' all but the sick and their resemblance to what has described the ,.
S._ YJ1K.; V. OttLE \N >, I'OLU \HJ". &c.AIrRHTlSKMKNTS. & poetry a* ,
f I ; I [ .. ;; Ji & Jttiilcvay, I know that each mom/nt of rapture! or pain watchers! stroll on d ck. state of our parents when ir: Paradise, which this I .

COMMISSION A.ND FOitVA.tiLVGMBiCCIIANTS. i P.ut short ns the links in life's mi-ticnl chain ; When the entrance, was well on the quarter, life ewr presents. All is then colored with an r 1

11] 1A .:;J :ill J3 ::31 .. ) : ::). :I 1:M know'lpa Apulachicoiu. Florida. the grave ; way. She ran on this tack until the northern cli-ud-s]. sail acrossthe
azure s reflecting transitory
\"o. 130 IV-Zff , YOH; 1V"i.:1.; kInInROUa I. cloud, my un- shore was but a few rods oft; and then her helm shadow- on the scene below, it is but to be :

Pili LA ',OBIt KIMIULL: J'm! :. i. RIPGWAY.Lber.ti j When I shrink from the thought of the coflin and was again put down and around she went right swept away by the balmy gale, which leaves the '

Proprietor.Jis. : .dvniices, tniJe o i Cotton consi.{ru'd I (jour shroud into the mouth of the harbor. The headyardshad picture mare lovely far this momentary interrup ,.

L. {'I' incis, :Vie.i I 1 b 11 NokVonv, ;J.Istll'I.' Lir./.r.l 1. r'r Miy} Hop', like the r inbow my spirit unfold scarce been filled away, when Ready tion of its stilines and repose. But that which ..

MERCHANT\ : PAIL Ml & CLOT HILR !H.I\'re. rise l I 1 I.1 lv' In ner beautiful pinions of p-ir.le and gold. about," thundered the trumpet, and about went constitutes the essential charm of a first attachment '

the ship, her yards flying round:, as she came headto is its
disinterestedness.
She who
\o. .2u> 'lo u.I'e. lr (io'igto.i ft.Andrev '. II. & C. n. A 3i >li ::.. perfect
Tobacco in China.-We it the wind, like lightning every sail was quick entertains this sentiment in its profoudest character i
Ni.v: YJ 33 see
,,,lv1 ly COMMISSION'I M conjecturedthat +
K1U' .l.: 1 \ N :S I trimmed y
Iy good headway her and the elm "
No. 50 ViterstrApalichi possibly Tobacco may become an article of ; given lives no longer for herself. In all her aspiration '

S. C ? okc, = 411.: extensive, exportation from this country to China. {I1Wiiol" tut down, when she ran ui in the wind, spring ?, her hopes, her energies-in all her noble ;

Mr. Cusliiritf!, ing her llllfmost beautifully, every thii'g! shl\'t ring daring her confidence >
COMMISSION MKKUH.VNT{ ; Liberal I 'dva'i\'s: .nule Cotton enters upon his duties there with a her enthusiasm her fortitude i
1u..i Ca'ul, c-ir. Fc I .'i,>itouUs .4:. v YClr'I"01 S II1k'd; ) toNe <*.):m '.endable devotion to the interests of 1m Having forged to windward ,about twice her her own existence is absorbed by the inter. .
\ .
I !Iv
New rlciiK; ;, La. -. ,- c'=,1'r! and, will doubtless do all in his power to l len th, making a successful: half board, the spanker Pit of another For herself, and in her own character .

''i'lln. L. tae and eased oil, and all her: canvas given to the alone, she i is at the time
j R ;terM.:*.r3'lar: ..icr x. jiilmes, ttrLltttrLl, prTO J'ricndship commercial inter- same retiring meek
.Ii d "i 'lIn 1 V,) il ic'! :cola, sit..asPAR. C OJ 11'.iiSSl'NXv I I : :; I I? > (RVA CUING: cc.ur", net ween the American and Chinese. If in breeze this again. Four successive tacks: were mad and humble-content to be neglected by the whole! +'

:ME l.M V,T. T..h.If'CI' s'H'iild: { become, as it may, a succedaneum narrow entrance, which did not exceed world-despised, forgotton or contemned-fo that

'; ., T Lippvorr, V"i II. tVra rr. X(.. 33 Watert.. A.-aliciiicola. to opium! there we should !profit :greatly by it. It'lllrJ four hundred feet in width, to the astonishment ot" to one being only she may still beaU in all. 'And ,I .
'.\" > f'.r to reinstate he the French men-of-war,and of a host of spectatorson is this love to be
# lucrative
Lit>j .H IU :.1: tVyttt, dec7 ly nature of slightly spoken of, or harshly
;.11.L ; c M.I. ,I : .r.\ .ISSWH\Nrs: : .- -...-.. ..'- '- ----. ,i'n.t. : ..c() :al 1 llllt n ; in Virgi-.ia.i It xxould increase the bluffe of Georgetown.Having : dealt with ? Oh, no! but it has many a rough ; r

\ v ]I..">' i 'J 1 j ;r "I'i'tt .111., st., 1..0.. f:" ., ;:irJat2r. I. rvir! fn Mi3( i-f pavi'icj 1 for. our tea, and prevent the gained; the quarantine ground, which blast to encounteryet'and many an insidious enemy 1

.r-ll J t.Ari. atI1rI. ; !ltOCEd'DIl'll, ; ; :;| ) '" U.IIVXT.-. ; : -, ,'vp .rt f.f a I lirjje; sum in silver, which! annually!) was spa<" .us, though crowded with French men to rope with, before it can be stamped with i;

-- \"o 40() Wit.T :tr-"", :; >: 4' ut t.. China i (lor that purpcv-e.: It \\'<.uld be n -w:r from Afric.j, Old Ironsides was compelled i t e seal of faithfulness; and until then who can J
Co. !.'d'3 Ai' 11.1.: nc-'l.i, F"I n-LMble here to tack in their midst to gain an anchorage.: She. the ideal ;
iV. ,,r')1' IS nut news that there was a air I pros+ distinguish from the true ?

) vi 11 i ; i IJ N: >[ i': ii c FIANF ;;;, St'rntelcisfiDir.tit'll0i4ti.l: n vt 1 for such/ a course ol things in our trade. was pas'Hg i among them majestically on the star !

\.). IS J"In'iiiirce strret, : : x HKT\IL lHOCEH{ We: d.. not see I that any positive movement has b\ltrp tack, the admiral's) ship bore on her quarter, I Good.JV.t1csfor Aldermen.-An advertisement- .
xvhen
Ne.v Jrle-i''is, La. novl] lyT'lo isi19 Vrfter street. been made in the in;ut:t<-r ; but the reasons: seem ; her trumpet thundertd-" Put the helm in a late English paper contains the followingl
--- :n warrant. treeexc'ttliun d'-wn-manual; haul. Let go and haul; in regular Where
:
1,1 Ait'l\ichr.L; \: : i : t'.at.access rni ht attend muscular power is lost, the strength ex-
uts BcrtiM: i, I : s'U'h' a movvMient. Some; : persons, we be- succession ; but row: it WitS; perceived that .iNted, and it is in vain to expect relief'rom
\Y. A. 'V. ,od, Ii > sle: had for,!t-d further ahead than tile (< rrnand-: ;
COM MISSION ticLC11AN'l', I vi eiti.n-tain: the idea that even: if Tobacco medicine, the Essence of Turtle is truly-an m-
COMMISSION r'ORvV RIM NC MERCHANT" should !h. ill:! officer had a ti if' sell, end( \v :s convenientlypa + .
ro-isumed <
;
to :
Su. >I ''oTimontret.: ; any: great extent in China port ant treasure-the most eminent in the medical -
AND SHIP; -J1IANDLER sn-uld! \ ing off'ato: the \ rnchn'an, w}'r., like Frenchmen /
NIrn'1aJ..EANS nuvl ly I, we not likt-ly be beru-fitted by it, since it profession have recourse to it. Itahoands I
No. -23 Water street.Apah"hicoh. could be readily grown nearer, a-:.d believe in generally kicked up a tempest; in a teap t, with concentrated nourishment oes nati.n1lami.hut '

"BL'7E' "TORTW ANraE BUlLDiXGS.Til novl lHloorc !. China itself. That may be ; but we doubt whether as though the figure head of the Heioof NeOr- invigorates and strengthens! ,and !thereby! ; t

os. "I. Duyle ifc Co. & McK.cn 1 it will be froxvn there, or any where: nearer, to leans intended to 1ule; down his vessel. The to nature an opportunity of exercising all her i

SH'P' < \NDLEliS l"j;< HOC; ERS, COMMISSION: I MEKCH I j .XNT- afforded; so goi-d or cheaper+ than we could ;,fr"rd rnmper:;:+ench sailors a,ain soundtd to the rescue, and the powers to overcome the disease. Itwill also

'!i2vt t :)' iord tract, ecru ie nf Front Levee, No. :3-2 Water street, it. Besides, China can always find mote profit, Clear stopped all chattering. make a tureen of mock turtle not distinguishable ...a

;and at No -JO :itohe: street, Apalachicoia. we suppose, in the cultivation of tea, of which away the bnwlin s"" from the real, at one-tenth the usual expense;

N. ORLEANS. JOHN M. MOORE. > she has in: fact a monopoly.Ve think: it just as "Square the yfcrd* fore and. aft. and with game, gravies, and made dishes, it Is ;

1 *M. A. McKENzIE, ) novl ly reasonable tint she should buy her Tobacco asher Haul down the jib and living' jib""Up infinitely more delicious than any thing that.has ,

> .vrtOLELE AND DETAIL: DEAL opium, which she right have produced but courses and spanker/ ever yet appeared on the English tabl .' .

ERi Farrior which she! bought in such immense uaratltics. These orders were cooly ;given and quickly
ii .ti its, Oils Vanisno! Turpentine and R & Co. c ,
4'nd'I'1hss' &'c.Vill l rep cousta-itly n n COMMISSION AND FORW; .\ RDINGMERCHANT' Whatever; control England may have over tiie When obeyed,her and I the ship obtained a rapid stern boar Worth Having.The largest diamond the

ta3i,1 <;i od assnrtmeit: of tic above as foil)'.\5frTr. : celestial empire, we anticipate a prosperous: trade man's stern bowsprit, old P's was in iii.e with the French world, it is said belongs to the Emperor of Bra

No. -M Water-street, for the United States there ; and we think there trumpet again roared zil. It is still uncut, and in its rough state and
LEAD-Pure Extra Nos. 1 and 2 : Hoist the head "
; siils.
W'lte nov S; ly Apalachicola, J'la.; is every reason to believe that our representative away weighs 1,6SJ( carets, (equal to about! omice ;
and Red Le-id Vene4i- Red: Brace box
dry the
; ; there will faithfully ;guard our interests and wisely a bv larboard braces the !read I- and rwo-thirdsand) accordingtothe jeweller's rate '
Yellow Ocre'e "
nd Oxford Hlack
yards.
; Ivory S. B. llOiltOIl, provide for their advancement.-Ricfunond Com. it must be worth the enormous sum of 5,644-' .
Chr.une; Green and Saxon;; A; Up by the starboard braces the after .
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING ones. t
could however te'probably
800 about $ ,D9Q.OOOIt ,
;
,
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Spanish and French Brown Blue Black: Shift the helm." *: >
; ; No. 47 Water jgfr .,
Green street Origin of Eating Goose on JlRdtaelmas Day. bought for the.om .of $3fcSOQ.QOOt ho
and Verditter When
Blue the after
; yards filled the head k
dec ly Jlpaladiirolat Fla.A' Queen Eliz-ihctli, on her to Tilbury Fort yards were !small:: sum fora 'rough stone .weighiB l Chrome Yellow and Oran ;i do: .. .. way braced round, and the theHspanker was hauled '
R-E: COLORS Ultamarire and Cobalt ---- --- on the! 2'Ji, 0 J! Se.fember; : 15t'', dined at the ancient out.E.'Y ounces. It was found at .the 'bottom+of hejofer. r

mallow :- ; Miller & Co. seat of Sir Neville Umferill, near that place, 'F. by one of.the Emperor's slaves, who-obtained'hil
Lake and Crimsondo The ,
; DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, and as: British Bc: t had much rather dine oft'a frigate now shot gracefully up under the freedom for it.
Drop do. and Antwerp Blu Indian Red starboard of the French
; ; HATS &c. quarter admiral selected a
led! and subt.mtial
seo dish than simple ragout
Chinese Vermillion Enlish: do; berth, and: ame too in tine
Corner Water and Chesnut streets, or 'fricassee, the Knight thought proper to provide e style. Pure 1f"ater.-The Deity, the manufacturer; \
Vandyke Brown Umbre 'thus did this "
Turker
; gallant ship beat into the harborof
; ; :
Terra Aualachif.ola.NOTARY"; nuylly... 1 a pair of fine i6escto suit the palate of her Royal 1 ; the Ocean, the raw material; tbeSun.Jthegenerator '
deSeinna York do Port Mahon
Innvn {
!: ; Purple ; ; against a stlffbreeze where fish-
Hii Hues the dined hear a of the the Skies .the.condfiwer; Electricity
: had ,
vapor
: At'tgr Queen ;
very
i Crrcus M.trtis; Mineral green ; !!. 3. 'V oat, in -bcrlt would h 'idly have red to beat, and as showers .
r.upraH ty, s'le+ asked: for hall'a pint of Burgundy: and and attraction the distributeriin >
: ,id Paris Green & &c. PUBLIC 1 the went doxvn she saluted I
> c., sun : tne shore, while
.
4i14S drank! "de,fru\'tion to the Spanish fleet." She and dews, so finely attenuated as ro:'be respired .
t RR' ;oHSLi Oil Du. boiled; ten thousand voices from the red cliffs of Minorcamingled
-seei ; No. 31 Water-street, : delicate
SpmtTunentiiie had but tit. t moment returned the ;glass to the : 'firou sh, the pores of the'most plants. ,
Pil'\t! ; S;ern Oil; marl lv Apalachicnla: Fla. knight \V'..I had done the honors of the table, in with the echoes of her cannon, and u Rivers and lakes, so abundantly distributed> as to .

nrasSes from No. 1 o 6,0 W.OOO ; when news came :as if the had been'endowed xvelcorned the old cruiser's return. support not only the whofc'' .veget ble but the ti
Queen
fUl1i"h llolKirf "
do. of all sizes! ; P. Did you ever see the like of that ? said an old checksand
S1sh of the s irit of prophesv, that the Spanish; fleet t whole animal creation. It extrnJrttishe
r Tools: from No. 1 to I; Badger Hair; MANUFVCTUREIl: : U Or. \LER INCABIN'KI' American Isis perched on a Ph nidan's grave u n destructive-element and finds its
had been destroxed She the most t :
e ftlsts' vible; Filchers, flu and round ; ,; FITIIN1TURK.; I by a storm immediately the tall clifls} Georgt intro"e mountanns. and the
level
took between.the tops-of tops
the
e J do Blinders of ill sizes; Up S'airsNo., 42, Water Street, another bumper, in order to digest ;inns "Like of what ?" said ;an English coxswaine neither steamboats locomotives
and the of houses. It wants : not; ;
with th
ble & Came l Hair Poncl.;,1 If and 1 i in 101g dccll ly Apilachicola.i. : jjoud news, and was so pleased with a crown on his arm rs ire tur e I up his Yorkshire i.c- be.traiwnorted. cleanse and beautifies ( .
st event, that every ve.ir after, on that day, she had 1 'to : : 1
e 1c and Kalsomine rtlheu1ch ; ;'.:u 1 i. flyers : the above "' xcillent d sh served up: The court Yankee's dumpling; face; with a sneer which roused all nature, and is *o salubrious to man, thatit f. 0

;; Brushe*, round "md flit ; AUCTION0 I COMMfS[ "ION :MERCHANT, ;i'):a'I'* it a custom, and the people following the the hlold. neither disorders: the stomach, excites the pas. : .
3.t .:li1bi'1; and Shoe bruslis Like of that d-n your eyes! said the American the brain so to all l i' .
; No.2S Water street c'.istom of I the Coart; have continued it fro n that si i ns or maddens :; neccessary '
retie"' Mahogany! ine-1! and Patent do; S11e hitting him betx\ven the eyes with a fist the humblest insert exists not without ,
Days-WKnvrsDA.Y8: t and ATlmDA1"S. time to the the life that .
originated
present: and thus custom { '
.tr Jhitewaah and :ti 1 o like a sledgehammer.? Down went the \
d
'
,) 1'1 Y. Faicvand Shavn brushes 11. R. 1tVo jI. / of the two rival navies some (fitly feet, intothe monarch of all milts absence theirheads
% ? ; 1 aid, of eating Michalmas day.-Salem. m.n: drop .
cese on
hthes and Hair do : Orate and Horse Jo; AUCTIONEER AN 5"COM MISSION AGF 'T, Observer. ''' water, with a tremendous accompaniment ot on the parched earth and die. ;

0 Ftacv Featt'f Dusters; No. 31 Water-street, stones and marrowbones, while a Spanish peat -
fA -
Ca IHEC-Copal;; wlite Coach do marl Fla. officer, mounted on a j l ickass, rode up tothe crowd to( .'
; ly
. I nst Polishing and I tincture do ; ___ Apalachicola Union of the Lakes and Ocean.The British that so latplv, stord :.n-und the combatants, and i inuir : Films.on'Vie E Y .-A few drops of molasses )

''ltstie* for Pictures, &.c ; SEWARD DILl.. A. F PAWIKR; steaiiu-r Loudo CaptA.. J. Maker raved a ilOswoso t ;, -d into the cansf the riot. ', the eye are sald.to remove films from theeye 'a

\?' \DOW TL \SS-' 3Os( boxs assorted sizes of I Seward Dill & Co. from Mo-itreal, June ?d. 'I"?l! navigation Nothintr: ,'* slid J '.hn Gatcho, of wl'd tt"k df man .and beast. This is .a simple and easy t .w

rt'tr.h, Ezlisb: and Anerican. AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS I by steamers is therefore: open for the smallerclass roast ins inemorv, as lie pointed down the cliff r. fnedy, and should be applied particularly Jby ''\"

r',Mixes paints of aUsolow for Steam Boats, ; No. 29 Water street. :I of steam vessels! from Lake Michigan to ,the but beating into port." politicians, who are frequently troubled with f!

Sh! ? and Plantation use; together with a ftf-:: Liberal advances made on all consignments, I Ocean. In less than two years the whole Can\- films which. obsure their vision to such an extent r/

'arietyln of articles in the fainting :line too ahd business entrusted to them will be dian route, from Lake Michigan to the Oceai: :1, A slave was brought before a mtii?trate; chanted that they cannot see what is palpable others. Jf

.. t o mention. nun promptly I attended to will be open to the larger olas* of steamers ; and ,. with pilfering ; the magistrate 'began to remonstratE" -
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jyG ly Refers to-LANE & READ, Boston. it will be no uncommon sUht to see ships up at : Lo you know how to'read ?'* Yes "Pa is embracery a crime Certainly, my.

I'r A -A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes, CARY COOK, Portland Me. the Northern ports of Ohio, direct for ports on'maesa, little." Well, don't you never make use dear." Then what a wicked creter John'is, '

if received and forsale by x. S. C. 1S HITTITR, Hallowell. the Atlantic, via the river St. Lawrence.-CmMas. of the bible?" Yes, massa, / trap my razoron for he hugs our Sally", like all possessed, so he
t does, and I him.
scn
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TRADE OF THE the Boston Times-Extra, ot'I8ih ult. ,
UNITED STATES. PRUSSIA. :

CO IllliAPALACHIOOLA' ADVER 'I8ER. According to the report of the Secretary of the of the Steamship AC ad i a. TheSGth of July, at the moment
when ,
Treasury on Commerce and Navigation; for the ..\ DAYS LATER FROM ENGLAND, ,, of Prussia was about to set out oni *' *

t MONDAY SEgT., tau,., three quarters en/ding June 30, 18.J.3, when, accor-. :: steamer Acadia, Captain Judkins.Vrivcd- ass lag assin some, nar 1eru Tscheck from,tsss sf Qe1,ar''
-
drag to a late law, the new fiscal terminated. wharf at East Boston, at a quarter t63 o'- Th Pip
year e
Och: The Exports( of Cotton from this port for hold a baltglancxj of!the King's breast ;

the year ending 31st August 1844, amounts to The exports of domeMic produce, as compared hold in \ Sunday afternoon... ; by which we' rcceVed\:.. ing him any, "W.IUC1. The King craifn00'-

bat with former years; present the following result:- and Liverpool files up to the 4th. Owrfg journey. Tbe'.assassinVas arrested HUed **'
3
hand this Fathers
; 121,013 bales. Stock on day s. 0 two barrels, andthe
EXPORTS STATES. ,
Queen
UNITED
FROM TOE who fired
dense off Halifax, her has beeK was in
i fogs passage : th
exert would ha
nage been
(0- The Laurel.-We have received the first 1841. 1&42. 1843. long. We a.re indebted Wilmer back. struck by one had 'be car.11eaned .

The Sea.... .... 2,846,851 2,233,010 2,112,548 and) ,
number of a' neat little sheet bearing the above Times for the following sum; IND1. AND
The Forest ... 6264856 5518,262 3,351,909 If the European CHINA.
title, published, by S. S. :Miller Charleston, at Agriculture .. .. 16,737,462 16,472,424 10,919,602 of news : ba B-y the Overlap Alail.The dates ..
Tobacco... .... 9,540,755 4,650,979 yare to the Born.
50 annum. It is devoted to the cause of 12,576,703 the
$1 such to cause most Calcutta
per weather has been as :
Cotton.. ... ...54.30341 47,59.1,46449.119,896 be intend fromChpatrthe 1st toUle

I Temperance. __ Other Agriculture 103,441 81,470 176,784 thers i is expectations of a speedy' and abundant most tattled terrforv in India is Ofjfay th l1.Tht
385 <>>0 358,415
Cotton Prints..... 450,503 were thtteN wear
.
Humbug.-A Mormon has arrived in St. Louis White 2,324a39 2,297,9642,575,049 and our GwaliC? \ ranquil.avery The feverish appea e.,,

who'reports that Joe Smith has risen from the I Twist ... ....I. 43,503 37,964 57,312 I of our accounts from the manufacturing' districts, s N&pier.jth the dqased interview of Sir bar.
Other Cotton.... 303,701 250,361 232,774 a cheering nature bust'less wears a heal: Icp acific, Reloochec Chjef3
: dead, and has been seen at Carthage and Nauvoo.- Coin.. .... .. .. 2,746,486, 1,170,754 107,429 .ing ; therr If nt 13factory, as we have "

,,;. : mounted on a white horse, and with a drawn Other Manufact'rs 7,654,030. 6,790,167 2,131,176 : ; there are numerous:: orders for goods it CoUntry '\ith out right or rea Cque'
of prudent, tbr'e to withod "
plenty employment. pr.t"Sert wear
word in his hand. Total. .... .106,382,232 92,969,996 77,793,7 I mer, the chall19whlch Ibey cmii or.
is plentiful and likely to continue so. break
r and Canton, there had
b feature is the ,
0Ch The editor of the Charleston Courier has The most remarkable enormous ; class bills are are 1 3-4 and others 2 to 4 per checked soon. Thb een Bithorities Sfrne rioting, bu: i it "-
quantity of cotton given for a little money. The and the
Chinese
been. presented with a pear weighing 1 Ib. 10 oz. seem to han0nj3 .
f quantities exported, as compared with former years, a ; and the Ernpey0
%! and measuring 14 inches latudinally, and 16 are as follows :- awful Great Western arrived out on Sunday, the said who to made be so him much feel plea his", w"h the 51 barbarja rlt.,
I
inches longitudinally. po\cncy\ and his liit '
1841. 1842. 1343. 1 nesss, that he 13 disposed t\C0cede .

cc;. The whig girls at Nashville wear coon Sea Island.... 6,237,424 7,254,099 7,515,079 : Cotton market has not been very animated. fresh commercial .pnvlleg. So to them theSOtnt
'j' ... say
.
Upland .523,966,676 577,462,918 784,732,027 counts.Commercially: -
( tails in their bonnets for plumes, and the democratic ---- Weigh nevertheless, continues to purchase to a spea g, the news fJat.
H India is favorable from ChJn
''J girls wear hickory twigs. Ibs..530,204,100 534,717,017 792,297,106 It is as so that prices can hardly be said to The cotton market; at t he : \* j3 other\Vise.

Value .... .... 54,330,341 41,593,46449,119,1'306 been affected. Egyptians had receded a tri dull and varibu\"releltial"
ence poriums was
QCf:: An exchange paper says u the reason why From thi, it would seem that 262,000,000 Ibs. the Surat and Brazil maintain their rates. Lord Ellenborough had profitless.\Th excited! n! erecfl

I most people think more of their stomachs than more cotton was given in 1843 than in 1341, and of Accident at Blackfriars Bridge.- than satisfaction. He was not expe, su'

they do of their souls, is because their stomachsis $5,000,000 lets money received for it The difler. \ evening of the 22d: ultimo, a most melan before the arrival of Sir Henry Hardi .to- IeiT

a confounded sight the biggest.' ence arises in a great degree from the fact, that suits to accident occurred at Blackfriars Bridge, I J

last year specie was received in payment, and in most by the breaking down of the floating DEATH OF.COL. WAI. L. STOVe \

Q3-:: The difficulty between Bishop Hughes and 1 1841 goods. It is never the case that as much fluence : boat pier. Four (porsons were after much J ounce\ regret the death, says of the our New friend York ExpreS', ,
and j-8
the St. Louis church at Buffalo, N. Y. has been money can be had for produce as goods. Hencea and d rescued, and, after the must careful at- \V I; L STONE, of the New York brothA edjt

fettled, and the Bishop preached in that churcha difference in the apparent values. finite on-the part of Dr. Hutchinson, they were V erliser.= He died at Saratoga after CommerCtJ? ling; : *
to their families and friends. Six bodies
palufullllness, in the J2d lid
Year of hIs
Il'a\i
few Sundays since. stream since been picked up. a wIfe and one lie age, r.c
THE LATE INSURRECTION IN HAVANA. iviuiu. was born in Oi
survey Queen's AccoucJiment.-The : QtJFire.: .-A very serious fire occurred in Macon CONDUCT OF THE CAPTAIN GENERAL.: from Windsor Castle taking daily rides in in the office of the Farmers' Journal apprentice, at Coo %

j Geo. on the night of the 19th ult. The One of the gentlemen in the United States fri. ) phaeton with Prince Albert, and walking town. During the war, and before he becoSJ

,' damage, including stores and contents, is estimated gate Potomac has furnished the PhiladelphiaL ment pleasure grounds of the castle when the ot ae! that, he contributed and other political largely to the editorial colam:

: ( at $30,000. Mr. Willingham, assistant rlger with the following account of the condi you permitted. The apartment selected for I ofter the :War, Theodore Dwight papers, the ImmE'diatt'ventral?
of her at Windsor Cas-
Majesty ,
j tion of the Island of Cuba. depth editor: uf the Coinecticut Mirror,
editor of the Telegraph, was killed by the falling removed to i
in the Tower. This al-
i Augusta apartment, bauy, and commenced the
erted ] publication
t of a house. All things were in a quiescent and apparently is in every respect admirably situated and ad- ballY Daily Advertiser- of the.if

settled state in Havana and throughout the Island, ancther for the purpose for which it has been selec- : Col Stone became his successor in

: ((0-: A Tartar Prince is said to be among the; so far ;is we could learn, at the date of our depar earth I in Mirror, at Hartfoid, and. continued conduct that nr2!

!. visitors at Saratoga. ture. Such, at least, was the external aspect of me, t 1T val out of American Packets and Steam- for two or three years. In 1807, Mr. Dwpayvunquishfd

t affaiis, social, industrial commercial and politi; The packet ship Patrick lle.iry, Captain the Albany: Daily Advertiser, and

t )) ocr: For Sale.-The office of the Fort Gaines cal. By the vigilant forecast of the present; all this arrived on the 27th ; tie Uxiord packet, this moved to this city, and with one of the editor,re.r
Captain General, Leopold O'Donnell, the paper, commenced the publication of the
is advertised for sale. energy on the 2Utli ; the Britani.t, Kuyal Mail YorK Uoinmeicial V ,
Whig in his administration of the Governmentof Advertiser.: Col Stonew
t displayed trom Buston and Halifax, arrived on the again )fr. lJw ht'8
in the !
/1 Ocj* There are fifteen daily papers published in r the Island, the vigor of his remedial measures, moral of the 27th at half-past one. The pack. Advertiser, a paper successor:;which he continued Albany to Iy eS
d the of his inflictions
a promptness upon the Allen arrived with .
Virginian, Captain on the great ability.Co1.
dren
the city of New York. ,
guilty,the recent alarming.revoltamong the blacks .
: S continued at Albany until about
had been suppressed' So extensively had the Just as to Assassinate the The 2Gth y..ar.lS20 or i-22, when he, with its tbt!
03-: The editors of the Key West Light of theReef" lIg.- I present pro.
: plot been concurred in, and so thoroughly and: pnetor, FKANCIS HALL purchased the
genre at the mome it wl.e.i: the King of Pru :,L Commercal!
I II have been informed that two Americans systematically had the details of the revolt been Advertiser and Spectator, of the Zachariah
about assassin da Lswu
: to set out on a journey, a'i \
were hung in Havana on the 6th ult. for participating arranged, that the crisis was a most feartul one, Tscheck, burgomaserat a little village some and since thut time he has been the able and ej>
Their dent editor cf that ,
)t in the late slave insurrection in Cuba. and nothing but a resort to the most energetic c ue from Berlin, tired a pistol. Tte 1 ball glan. year he hasiiljed: the paper.editorial For chair more than twenti
of
,
and JfJU
summary measures by the Captain General off the Ki .igs breast, without doing him any that wets est-jOlished! by that extraordina.apher a
1 Iezic .
The Charleston Courier Wo could have stayeJ a hundred thousand uplifted( the The continued his The Noah Webster
r I tr: says- understand King journey. 6 and it is no -light ctei&l
that W. C. Forbes has renewed his lease hands, all clenching instruments of destruction:, that is arrested. to his ilent4, that this Journal which has aiwm
k all nerved by the demoniac fury characteristic of Belgian Government has taken strong mea. stood high, has, under his labors, increased iai
f of the Charleston Theatre, and will open early the Ethiopian race, ready at the next moment to the to punish the Prussian Government tor hav. culation dndin repute.

this season with a new and efficient company deal death and desolation over the whole Island I, raised the duties on the iron c.f Btlgmin." In additmi to the assiduous labors of an editor.

deluding the fields, and smearing family altarswith .-The news from Tainti sin-ws that Coi. -tone bund tiirif to devote much of 1 h iL
co- And if you ask her children dear, the life-blood of thousands of unoffending tention to lifcr.ittire! ; He was also, a most ue&I
'
JVhy mother is so idly misunderstanding there b.t\'ceJ: ; the ftiglisii rpmber! of the Histuricti Society. For
poor the
victims
In critical I ks
a conjuncture so consideration -
every .
the French has increased since
.. They'll whisper in your startled car, of and dictated of the i :: tnu oLdie at- five years jii- has been engaged in the arduw
policy humanity to the
'Twas father's was directed to it. it will ytiord i'eel and duties t.f rfApermifuueni:; of Public Schools!
one glass tnorc. Captain General the use of the strongest measures the ( a nut tn crack, during the Parliamentary Col.! S., vas a w.irm hearted cordial friend &

There's truth if it is'nt poetry. How many and the most summary pun shments, to of their respective countries feelings l were right, a"d! he was: always ready;ad

fatnili1* have been brought to poverty and wo by s..ave Cuba from the fate of the ill-starred San awful good deal of vexation and ill-blood exist: willing to assist! those who had any claim on b

; II father's one glass.more!" Domingo. Since then O'Donnell's measure* and on the subject. Sir Rob.rt.Peel. and I time or services. In all the bitterness of paitr
;
merits have from this on in spirit, he never indulged in
./ averred perhaps the most Aberdeen have both alluded to it, in their personal malignllNo ),-
(5Never j send a man to the devil without a fruitful and important of all the Islands, (aside sense places in Parliament-each: in strong made person 1ippeal that was aggrieved, "or injured, rot
his
from those an to justness and kindness
the
uj
constituting Kingdom of Great
f ', ]4 letter of introduction. Britain,) a worse than barbarian destiny, it is 'I'i'I of condemnation. Peremptory apologies went away disappointed. Withal, Col. Stone w*
been demanded from the French Gover' Chri
t much be that a t an. Many years since he united lumrf
to
I JOne glass of grog per day for a year, at a his real character regretted a and better appreciationof Sea ; but the war party in France will turn it to with Dr. Spring's church and i ill his daily life,k
public private, does not accnunt against M. Guizot. The French illustrated that he tied up, us well feeble
his as raorM
dime the in
this
( price city) amounts to thirty- in the United .
prevail States. Those of
his
t our countrymen bay a with Morocco shew symptoms of heal can, to religious: prot ::SIlIIiS. We part fna:
six: dollars and fifty cents, a sum sufficient to pay t who characterize as a sanguinary des- the on the contrary, the breach appears to \\ider I. him with the tleepest regret, and sympathise dee?.
I pot, and accuse him with cherishing illiberal ly with,-his aflicted widow and
t i man's passage from here to New York, and then a good IRELAND. family.
sentiments with regard to our country and people, -I
purchase a pair of boots. : bigger : Repeal Agitation.-At the weekly meet
do great injustice to the man. They have eitheran Revolving J ioptric Lantern for the Bermah
two of the Repeal Association on Monday week a
entirely ernmeous conception of the peculiar Cast-Iron tltouse.--SOmetime
00* An extensive iron factory has recently been fired McNevins the of since we noticed
designated flag England a
structure of in Cuba which the
society on an emergency construction of the cast-iron li
established in Benton County, Ala., at which like that to which the Wand has just been snake, t l1u;g." Mr\ Gordon; withdrew his notice of for the important! positiou of the Bermudasd' ht.bli1l!

they make castings of every description, whichare subjected, requires an extraordinary rigorous ad- water,) that the subject of repe.il ought to be gave its $ilmensions, kc.Ve now findthi

I said to be equal in every respect to any brought ministration of the laws, or they are prompted by reared in i : ; ught committee under the notice of Parliament," the re annexed accouSt of the lantern for the ton
less excusable motives having passed a unanimous vote
to misrepresent and asperse which is und ibtedly skilful
from elsewhere. a and
ingemca
crew it would be ill-rimed and
I his character. General O' onnpll 1 1 [posessesgreat! inexpendient.- .mannfactureliie lantern forming the
ligit-
Cd- There were 334 marriages in Lowell dur- decision and firmness of purp< se, military quali- he did committee the were opinion that the registries roorr\ is: I 10 I feet Ugh and 14 feet in diameter,
ties so conspicuously him places where the repeal battle was to be
displayed
ing the year ending 30th April. late revolt ; and his character is by adorned during with the the must The rent was .J;l-JJU. The opposition I to: ported by iron icifott.il* of 7 feet high, and ill
polygon of I'J!; s.l: S; to which an iron pertbrstei'
civic virtues of hospitality, of I payment of local rate anJ even rents was in I-
amenity
There are establishments in manners, plat orm is liVcrt: with an ornamental scrollat
QCJ-: twenty-two of the t : ) proportionably the amount of funds
and a nice sense of ; : "
I rigid justice. And it is
ar.d
end
peculiarly one a-flkht of
steps at the other. 'nA
\ Cincinnati which manufacture 000,000 gallons of incumbent on Americans to deal kindly for .: weekly ot Conciliation: ; Hall. The rent lantern
H ghzedswitb
lard oil per annum,.valued at 50 cents per gallon. by him, for he has repeatedly evinced a liberal l add. Monday w:.* jClUU'> the roof lorrnil, of very thick plate iIassd

_ feeling towards: and a marked partiality for our peace. ; Irish J-rotcsta.tts ap.ear! to have taken al 1- ported by iron nkers. strong On the copper plates,wp-

CCJ- The Temperance cause is going ahead country and co-intrymen, as Commodore Connor, po at Sir uouert Peer statements on the subject: head and vane i ij mounted, for top the a large purpweif glote

::4 rapidly. Seth says that the other day, from sun General Campbell, Consul at Havana, and other and the (.' in Ireland ventilating the laitcrn. In the centre is fizdu:
(
functionaries Heytesbury was duly installed
public as Viceroy
.L. can readily
__ rise to he testify. iron column
sunset, sold 4 dime's worth of supporting) a dioptric apparatarf
grog In the case of the shooting of the American on Thursday; under such circumstan 1- the first order
and the temperance folks drank six buckets of sailor, Murphy, by a sentry, the corporal who as were calculated to make a pleasing effect lenses of Consisting of eight polygooijl!

water. Pretty brisk business in the cold water gave the order to fire was undoubtedly more severely A him. great poi-er, mounted upon' a frameirf
Assizes now in Ireland apparatus revolvug by means of nacniney.-:
punished than soldier proceeding -give
rv- line. a would have been
: c. Around the table
_ -'Ft1 in the United States for a similar act. The sailor isters diminution of crime to a considerable which nj platform a large iron frat

I I I OCJ-: Somebody,who writes more truthfully than had twice knocked the sentry down, before the and eight supports tiers abo/e fdar the tiers of mirrors lenses at tattoo filed
latter fired. Now, by the laws and of all tire. incendiaries have been convicted at the polygonial ,
i I poeticallyi; saysAn angel without money is nations, ours included, a sentry on post usages is never has Aebizes, of firing the out-houses of Lord! at correct angles f fbj exhibiting the light, wbkbgiven
- I I not thought half much of B by a power lamp fixed in the centred
t II so novv-a-days, as a permitted to he tampered with, much less assaulted in at Adare. .the

j': I devil with a bag full of guineas." .... and beaten, without the right instantly to made / of Lord Abrfo/ry.-At the King's Coun .burner apparatu with four, which consists of a concentrated

,, :'1 -:6..: .',". shQ9t own the assailant. And from inquiry in tions. Peter Dolan, a laborer, about 35 years drcular wicks. There areil-'
I George : 9ftqsq. has jggif receIved- i""i the;'*!! relationto thhe.arrest of certain Americans during and! : was arraigned for the murder ot Lord '..\Q r- together 384 mirrora.of silvered plate glass. Tto

I" r .' .1"1 -D mocratic'notoinltion:i :as candidate for the GubI" the revolt/it appears that the judicial tribunals nance on the first January, Ib3y The jury re- whole is mounted vith improved ventilatiaj!

r\4 4 :"? ernatorial chair of Massachusetts at the suggestioiTofUhe: Captain General, figures a verdict of nut guilt. Dola.i and Gill, aoparatus upon Prjfessor: Faraday's prindp -
The
at the lantern
next pedest 1 and machinal
i extended towards them adegeepUeniency hitherto them latter charged with"tile conspiracy) were: tiiea apparatus, .
\, election, and H. H. Childs, Esq. of Pittsfield, ask unknown in the island und r.like: circum- d ; the charge:;ainstboth resting on the must form a most inbrestin? work of art.

Lieutenant Governor. stances-the Captain General entertaining the of testimony. There was a l large crowd of! coun

..... .' .... belief that they had been seduced intothe] acts ladies people in the streets, even at that advanced., NEW SHAWLS-Tie Liverpool correspondent
i: ., :Freigts are unprecedentedly low at New with which they were charged, by the English (e ture ; who hailed the result with suppressed just j the Boston been Atlas made, saj%-"A curiosity iashawb&a_
inj$ Paisley where the ImP
York. ,
Cotton has been emmisaries who
taken of
were
to suspected having instigated
- Liverpool atone co>tly J shawls worn b$the English nobility are paw
., eighth and,three sixteenths of a penny, which the revolt ; and since the imminency of the never ITALY. In 1842, when there i-as great and general d&R*
isas, near nothing as be danger has passed, nearly or quite all the Americans .- letter from Bologna oft the :27th July announ. in the principal manufacturing districts and wbtr
can
named. have been released." der,, the execution of Signor Gardinglu on the pre? the people of Paisley tuflered greatly from the&tit

: bf: : A captain of a Bremen vessel ch ble ; day by sentence of court martial. He was nation m the trade of he town} her Majest QU l
a has been Look out for bills on the Bank of West Flor the ; in the back on the preceding day. His cx: C- Victoria, pruchasedsAreral Paisley shawls o aW6'"
,. held to;bail in New 'York for bringing into that ida.-We were shown last evening a three dollar should had excited a most ainlul sensation, but cost,to patronise domestic manufactures, in con-0

1. port fifteen more passengers than the tonnage of bill on the Bank of West Florida, at Apalachicola calculated to allay the ferment that seems to quence of whichtheniobiliiy!% this soon fohowetl.ueeu's
example an* single act grtai"
his ship Entitled him to by law. The penalty is I IU which a gentleman: picked up in Rivington ce throughout Italy. lief fo the operatives. I The great curiosity gave efez:

;4,r $150'per: head. The law allows two passengers street. It was neither filled up nor trimmed, I up his he Papal states continue tranquil, the prmci- to in the hawltrade, :ta scarf shawl, so co. $
- ) to though doubtless from a genuine plate. Rivin&- ter a leaders ofthe late insurrection having either that fourcolors vJll fold into twenty dit t'A'tpcJ
'j every five tons, and an excess of twenty rcn. ton street is we believe rather notorious for counterfeit them taken! prisoners or fled from Italy. efiecfs; eitberc.olorca be worn alone, any tWO t,,-

<.J'\ den the vessel liable to forfeiture. money, and this occurrence would lead us:: are so PERSIA. 'Sefh r, three or all folr, according to the caPC f:
; r to believe a quantity of the bills : of the wearer. .l\1r of Paisley is !the eDt
: had been stolen ere have been some terrible earthquakes in me
L '03-The editor of the N. Y. Sunday Mercury r from the Bank in sheets, and were about bein they ; Tabrez, Teheran! and Ispehan equally felt prising weaving m one, '. Kir. has extraordinary accomplished' shawlPt%

: 1'i :: has a tame crow that says Cf Polk and Dallas" verj r put aIoat.-.N! Y. Sun. Kiashar, Maria a..d various other cities: which is 4 be a scientific prOdUC1 tioI

T plainly, and wishes to 4ispose of it, for the reason JjrTT don or and villages were more or less overthrown, of far greater merit thiii anything of the. tba1

':J that he don't want to have any thing to do British Goods in Texas-A fact for our Boston the inhabitants buried in the ruins. has appeared in the Fjencfi exposition of m an"

.. with Capilal .-When the Hon. Mr. Thomp- St TURKEY. factures. '( ,

..it I politics. IOn, the Government Messenger, left Galveston, ment
that harbor letter from Constantinople of tho 1st of LoOks.-.t) bazaar, *
was filled with the flags of European at July, Value of the.Newcastle .
., -S ) OJ- is''reported that Government 1 that an extraordinary sensation '
- intends to nations, while but one American ensign was to and on had been young gentleman linger&d fr some time a tonello
-1 fortify .thewhole extent cf the channel-coast of be foqnd. English cotton and other goods could and i there by the publication of a French pam thestalls which was all :"{led by avery hands?
which
in the
- I England. and can be purchased in Galveston for 30 per !that : Turkish[ Minister of Finance young lady U The ch; rge. for your inspfct'Jtmy '
celebrated
.' '. cent less cost than auction sales of the city of. in the a banker and contractor are accused i wares ; said the far dealer, is half a eMS I.
j : ( defines New York ; and as a long continued and enormous system of plun sir." I was beauty, ma*'* ...:
t. : ndry.SbeJly poetry as the record matter of course, a vast of i the state admiring Jour :....:""
trade is upon purse. A repo'rt was in ci/- not It. ',Tb
smuggling wares gallant.
\ -" of the best and moments of the organized and is being still called your repliedthe\,
happiest bestA. at
.
Constantinople 6(
that the Russians 1 bad .
I : further increased: for Mexico and the United five shillings, responded the fair one. .
and happiest mind beaten in .
a
States, severe battle with the Ciras- five shillings/ perhaps, Wa9 never :nou.
*
", and hd lost ,
\ a large: portion of their arn&f fully! complied with,-Swtsman.

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: past; andjresent diffaUties, Massacre at '< 3: <' <*" #(J T.Hn.-' ';". ** -**' vr I'flit-- : __ T -:: ....!...!#::irtt ,

tk.irg. ine RZic"The Gubepativc Jun< ship from Sydney recently conveyed to England I llhiLfti114i! LLlGE : NEW YORK St. APALACHIQOLA P..CL.: 'a o-
inifalled on the ***!* of Maya 19A OreFI 1 )?1 intelligence of further murderous outrages on r r -

161Dotb.to, A revolution substituttlifl its &VMn :, English vessels and their crews, by the natives PORT OF AP a :
executive Government, which Jisted onlt OnEytdr. of the S. Sea Islands. A seaman, who escaped; ALACHICOLA.... ..s .

Another tumult overthrew the later, to the general massacre, told the officers of a vessel L : Regular Patket line.

replace it by a new Executive Gowrnmenkvhichfell which visited fthe Islands, that the brig Janet I Schr. Gen. Wm.ARRIVED Washington;, Jenkins Ship Martha \Vaa'aington.J J Dome, master j

within four months. From Another'insurrectionary was wrecked off Caledonia, Dec. 14th. Part of ton via. St. Marks. Ship Floridian,. .. .. . ..Wm. Pratt, .
movement sprungup another government,, the crew perished, and the rest escaped to the Isle I Steamer Siren, Wheaton, [hi Brown's Ship Uncas.P\V Latham, "

which could resist only trine months th'vortex in of Pines. Here they did not stay long, in consequence ..JCLEARED. : L Ship Emblem,. . .. . .ALDyer, .i
which it was ultimately swallowed p. It was of the ferocious disposition of the native: p Brit ManhattanlVHDdane ". .
$
succeeded by a Supreme Director,wh> was turnedout and they set sail and: touched at Mangee, where: Schr Adaline, Peterson, for: New Brig Ann EJiza\V] C Park, .4 .
at the end of nine |months. Aether Supreme they were immediately attacked, their boat des Steamer Florence, Floyd, for I '
Brig Metemora,. . ... .H Ashley 4*
,
Director was acclaimed; but vs banished in troyed, and 12 of the crew murdered or seriously; Steamer Siren, for Brown's Ferry.MEMORANDA. I
: was ena maimed. This seaman vessels are of light draft of water,
Jess than three months. His svesgor escaped but knew nothing THESE
bled to hold the dangerous hel" or one year; but of any other murders, except that he had seen a : expressly for the trade, of the best materials -

he could do no more, and was-'arned away by the great variety of valuable goods, including a chro. The Br. ship Rothschild, had taken copper fastened and coppered, with hand
Another governed sprcety three months, nometer and other articles, distributed the : some accommodations, and w u sail punctually
storm.to be substituted by the 01*who had the luck to) natives. At Sippore Island, however, the among officers I on board and was to have sailed from, as =1d'ertised.Yhen the day of sailing falls on
At the of of the Magnet about the ISth ult. Sunday, the ships will sail on tha Monday following -
longest expiration ascertained
his the : that
the
keep post name of the
__..._ .
-- .
little! more than two yei'* he was swept away by former ill fated ship was the Two Sisters, a South Tne price of passage is $40,without liquor
Then the Cabildo Sea whaler 00.All goods forwarded to the subscriber
the ret'olutionuyV3VP' assume commanded by Captain Brend and TEMPERANCE MEETING. .
ed the government,a.a held it one day; a Lieuten- that every soul of the crew had been most ,bar lar Monthly Meeting of the Temperance will be shipped free of commission. .
and Colonel seize< the reins and guided them fotr barously murdered.As E. D. IfURLBUT k CO.,
four days. He w* succeed by a government r a pendant to the above we give the following will take place on Friday evening next, p 84 South at., N. Y., or,.
twenty'days durrfion. An insurrection overthrewit extract from a letter published in the Journal des; at the Methodist Church. An address pI NOURSE, STONE & CO., .

to erect anGer which lasted only a month anda Debats. The letter is dated at Akaroa, in New delivered by one of the members. A: sep3 46 Water ft, Apal'a.

half. Thrletter was followed.by agovernmentof Zealand' :-" Probably before letter arrives in dance is requested. I FOR RENT.
my The
I
building near the
'h. one of two days, another of six days ;;; France will
mo you have learned that the Mahouris,, 1fili1; i Market, known as the "Market Coffee
and two.1ore, the first of four days the latter of r a tribe of Zealander, have killed thirty English We are authorized House," will be rented on reasonable:
two mcflths! The government Martin Rodriguez of this colony; but you, perhaps, will not know that i I : ttrnis. Apply to J. WYAIAN..
was then installed. Before the lapse of four he bodies of those unfortunate men were eaten. nounce W. G. M. DAVIS, Esq., as a : I Apalachicola, July 27,1S44.ADVERTISEMENT.. .
day the revolutionists raised their standard.- this is but too true. We had been out hunt. to represent Franklin county, in.the next, -
on
Then it was that General Rosas put an end to anarchy ing party for about a week, when one a we lative Council, at the ensuing election. :
and laid the foundation of order reinstating evening : & SMITH'S EGROPE-
arrived among the friendly tribe of Terauparas WILLMER
or
the legal government by the victory of the 5th L Mahouris, and found them regaling themselves: CUrp3 We are authorized. .-Durine the time this: t

October, 182U, and terminating the war with the with human flesh. We all conceived that they nounce JOHN GHENT, of Walton journal! has been before the world, the t proprietors! 4'
sister provinces, by the treaty of the 24th Novem were eating some captives or native slaves of their candidate for the Senate from the \ L ; refer, with pleasure to the praise which it has

ber, of the same. .ear. Anarchy again reappear. I own. As I understood the language I could not: torial District at the ensuing:: election. I elicited from the press of England, Ireland, Scot-
ed. Las ileras is put down by fhe usurpation of I IRn"ad.tvI3 resist expressing my indignation, and I threatened land, the United States, Canada and the West .: .
in the second year of his administration. them with chastisement from the of the Indies, and the encouragement it has received .
Rivadam, in the so called Presidency, vette. The savages were alarmed,crew and endeavored cor-I !! &j We are authorized I 1 from the public of the United States and Canada. ,.

could $sustain himself only one year and a halt..- to appease me by saying, they are iot; me of Ma- nounce ROBERT J. FLOYD, Esq., as a I : Three essential features distinguish it from all
He wa* succeeded by a provisional government of noun that we are eating, but some Y ee-yes'-for: date for the Senate from the Western I : contemporaneous publications.
one month ; and Colonel Dorre o was elected pro it is thus they call the English. They then exhibited District at the ensuing election. j First-It contains a full, correct and compre- ;

prietary. Alter fifteen months of an enlightened I to us the heads of.their victims, and I recognised hensive Shipping List, arranged on a plano plain.
and heneficient administratIOn. he was murdered i and practicable, that he who runs read.
among them that of Captain Wakefield, J8P3 We are authorized may ,
the ruthless Unitarians the false to Persons interested in the Marine of America
by apostles of one of the distinguished inhabitants of Port Nicholas may
the constitutional liberty! then commnnced that who had entertained us at his nounce Dr. N. A. LONG, of Jackson: as turn in an instant to the information which they
long series of sufferings which they have i inflictedupon I when we went to the town to own house didate for the Senate from the Western I seek with the certainty of relying on its truth.

the people of the Rio de la Plata, and which I was seized with horror at this.procure My companions provisions. District at the ensuing election. ; It thus supercedes Shipping Lists, and other expensive .

they still: }protract: through foreign agency. They I blamed me for having risked irritating the cannibals James Gibson I publications from Europe, some of which L
could sustain them>elves only nine months the aH w.- were only five against two hundred. HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL, are six times the price of VVillmer & Smith's I
province of Buenos Ayres, in"1S23 and 1829 with! But European Times."
I they gave us confidence by saying, 'Oh, the AND GLAZIER
the( amy in revolt against: the natioa. The pro- O\\i-oui (for so they distinguish Secondly-It contains a Price Current of all the '
r".I.ldl Nmet of General Viamont usare good people Apalachicola[ great British and European markets devoted V
s : succeeded but the ,
Yee-yes '
are very wicked. They then ():/- Keeps constantly on hand full
a I
principally to the
articles of
tvrdiinical trade and
t'lC: The first
usurpation. regular related that commerce
they had killed the English because Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty &c.
; &c. \
and i aeaenVjent adrainistratio:i, that concluded its they wished to establish themselves the more immediately appertaining to the American
in on most reasonable
a terms.
kit term, was that of Ge .eral Rosas, from tteEth I which they had not purchased, and which bay the continent, and which the merchant, the trader
Dec 'raber, 12J to the 1't.i December : and the man of business must feel immediate
1832. Mahouri* were unwilling to give We then RECTIFIED WHISKEY.-20 I an '
Disorder again broke out in the unstable retired with up. OLD interest. On the score. of corr ("tnpqq_.__ thA.., hh,1'J1'. ........" V
governments our hearts full ofhorrorar.d disgust." Whiskey, just received -- -- ------ -
: -General. Balcarce. General.. .VTiamont, and Mary Ann, for sale low byDODGE figures markets and the remarks accompanying the variouS -
!Jr. Aiaza.: A new aim rernme crisis arrin d.- From Hunt's Merchant's i\l 1gazine.I &, showing their actual condition, may
General Rosas has saved the Republic; he has I I Money IS constancy becoming more< and more auglQ 40 \ be relied on, and are fin fact an authority with 1t
concluded the 1eal term designated to him by the ih'jndant: : and In many: Banks the line of discount most of the first house in the principle cities of
Swer'ign Representation: of the Province; and i is: being paid, or at the point which by IdW they can- Copartnership and fC the United States and Canada.

constantly urging:: of the acceptance of his resign- not exceed, (viz: twice and a half the capital) Business, Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the
it.o'i! nf.the ->u T."ne command.: 1 Ilfg sums are lying idle, more especially of the AT APALACHICOLA AND American reader, in a concentrated state, and
Government funds which they cannot use. We undersigned have associated for where the interest or importanceof: the subject
have before
alluded THE
DESTRUCTIVE KIKES ix Bosrov.; -Two most detrucri.e deports of the government to the manner are placed in which with the the of transacting: a General demands it, in the most detailed and ample form

conflagrations raged in Boston during Bank, viz:-Those banks are selected and Commission Business. The business will : every topic of political commercial_ domestic and.
Sundav the lath ult., ;the work of incendiaries.- the money alternately, each successive, receive ducted in Apalachicola, Fla., by Henry miscellaneous interest which has occurred in Europe !
The first occurred in Brighton, near the foot of :nouth: ; so that, In one month the deposits are all mo d, under the firm of RAYMOND & or 'elsewhere, since the departure of the
Alien street. The tecond commenced in South ianl; ; into one bank. la the succeeding mon'h, DIN-in Columbus, Gco., by Edward J. I previous packet; especial regard being paid to i
\Tarciii street, spreading to Custom Hou?? and :ic-y are paid imo another bank, and drafts commenced under the firm of HARDIN & Co. whatever is most connected with or relates to the
ilerrunack ,'- reei>. Lois estimated at $f>,000< : upon t.je firrt These continue tnroagh The advantages offered by this political, social, and commercial well-being ofthe
The first fire was discovered on Sunday: 'he second mo.itti! which I
morning by time the first .
banlis Union
e'I the
at or adjacenL'British ,
persons a distance who province. In
have
trtwen 1 and 2 o'clock in the carpc-nter'd hop exhausted, and d&poites commenced in the may or I '
third
(,If Air. Robert H. Chiton, in Brighton street. bank. The effect of this movement the make business in either or both places, I : short, it takes a glance at'every circumstance In
wear the corner of Allen The fire was disco'eredbvawcltcbmJlil kf, when the receipts; from customs were upon not large mar- readily perceived. Feeling ourselves which the inhabitants of the GTE>>Western con
when as he di ,:,:crib::-dit, it was no was trivial. ; aol tne. s-ur,>lus mcn-iy accummulated, petent to conduct such a business: as it tinent can possibly feel'an interest. It puts the hi
'rfr than nis hat ; bat before he conid reach it orjircthe I however, cont'ibti--'i ;r'o: speculations in and intending so to do, we respectfully Americrn reader inf possession, the moment it "
aUrm. it had 'j}read with such fearful: rapi.4tc locks, and'to ;.?"::-i ? ; t' ..? m prices! and share of patronage. comes.to hand, of whatever has transpired dutfag. I'M
'
.1' : /: '? banks at the EDWARD J. ; the interval in Furope-personal, political and : I
:i1LOi carpenter's; hop! of lr. Tneophilus Burr expense of thoev;; t .,..:.. .. :p .ccounts of diity- HENRY L. commercial. I ,
*jj e(jt: in llini"?, as also the lumber in the paying.? merchanr -- .,.- .1'1' accummulation' ,It has '
attained
Apalachicola, July 31,1s44. already a high character "
very
:t.olcir."ard of t Messrs Boswell-V; Pratt. The of government ''eposn haa ogressed: with New ,
..Da"r! was mi'JrpJ to the valm; of some two or lurk banks as follows; : : t TO ; ; and may with great propriety he 'said to contain
"..t' :- in 'T'-:". "-.-.iT...-. .,..c. fh-,.- .br,.. -n_,.nipl.. Tjirlnr-- .-.._ r''hp-( ..- .frI ..*- Feb. 18-14, ... ... ... .. .. ... 1,630,511 a Boy by the name of Joe, SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUROPEAN
neLl read across the street, destroying, or nearlyso May, 144, ... ... .... ... .. .. 2,158,032 good Pilot, any person'.wishing'! to hire a NEWSP PEa which reaches this country 4, V'
:w i f wooden tenements, owned principally by July, 1844,..... .. .. .... ... ..4,384,161 run 1 from Columbus to Apalachicola, or up from England; for it comprises in a cordensed. j';n\ s
\it. Ki vrt: Buntin, Mr. Joseph Gass, Mr Edsewortli -: River, can have my Boy on tcial for a form of twenty-four columns, every description of ) I Iews
and Mr. John Davis-tne latter occupied by Rt'L'ES OF LIFE.-Little joys:; refresh us like they like him, I will hire him for a of interest America, which had transpired .
himself. The house owned and occupied by Mr. house-bread, and never bring digus-t : and great: for the whole season. Persons wishing in England and other Foreign parts from the
r..hoas milch injured by water The tenements ones, like sugar-bread, briefly, and then bring it. him will do well to address the undersigned sailing of the previous to the hour
I/kf" AX,Mivd :Mrs King. Mrs Cutter Miss \\T aJtPlr Trifles should let up of depar-
we not plague us only, but also or his services be ;
I will ure of the
may cng-Jged. ; Steam ship which
.\ the
dj til vat, Jr. .14: !ker, Spoor, watchman, :\Ir.j' gratify us ; we should seize not their poison bags lower l by the than conveys forthcoming
.lr..htn, ditio, .ind: several others. Very little only, but their honey-bags also ; and if flies often L season by the single number.
lltl:rs.vas s4ved m any of them, and very little buzz about our room, we should, like Domitian, SARAH L. (0- It will be sold at 12$ cents per copy only
insurance on th- furniture. The buildings were amuse ourselves with flies, or feed them. For civic: Ochesee, Aug. 3, 81. Amongst other numberous and flattering testimonials V
nn v insured The value of the wooden build- 1 life and its micrologies, we must acquire an artificial the Boston Morning Post sbys:-
iaw .- about $:J.500.{ Lo3:! in all about $5,000. 1I taste: ; must learn to love without esteeming it;; I CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-The ; We are greatly indebted to this newspaper for ,
.Wauie 1"- nrrmen were eng-aged at this fire, ano- I learn, far as it ranks beneath human life, to enjoy with them ur foreign, miscellaneous and commercial
t5 rt'Y.. t ri-t by the incendiaries in South Margin I i iftivt it like another t twig of this human life, as poetically r \W. BROOKS, will continue to transact a One number of VVillmer &. Smith's news V .,
r".i'' if carpenter's; 2"(11'; $ of Messrs.: R idJoa as we do the pictures of it in romances.Tlie loftiest (Commission, Forwarding, and Shipping :: is worth whole file of European-
v Jeji.-ri: and iiatierfMd, which were soon I mortal loves and seeks the same ,sort of things I .I under the firm of NOURSE, STONE & ." a any other Englishpaper. V
eun'lIl1vJ. ihfljnie: *communicating on both sides the meanest; only from higher grounds withr NOURSE & ] V, V. V H q VS
bf la stre-t, and in the rear, and thence to the 1 higher paths. Be every minute, man, a f.llllife to B. F. NOURSE ) I Published at Liverpool,just before the steamer
"M side'f Mcrri in ick street. In the area of this 1t thee Despise anxiety and wishing, the future and I H. B. by WILLIAM & SMITH. S hscrhtion
STONE
iUiat'n; some uin-teeii building-: were deO the past'Iftllc second pointer can be no roadpointer > Apalachicola, Aug. 1, FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM.IT .
.lIcafld. .i South Margin street, 11 houses were into an Eden for thy soul, the mouth-pointer will H. W. BROOKS. S -
bL-it. They are as folio ws:-2 wooden ones own- still less; be so, for thou livest not from mouth to OILS, GLASS &c. is the intention of the proprfetcr 1f tbt'
d by widow Shannoa ; 2 do owned by Martin! mouth, but from second to second Enjoy thy ex- PAINTS ke-s White Lead, EUROPEAN TIMES,"to publish EXTKA "t"4- V
Sji'.th: ; one brick house owned by Thos Lewis, in i-teflCe more than thy manner of existence: and bbls ; similar to the jrr.
: European
taining a digest
Custom House( street: 2 wooden buildings, ownedBrigham I let l the dearest object of thy consciousness itself': 5 Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp; ;
,.)TFl3 ; entire loss; 2'houses owned by Make not the'present a means of thy future ; for this; 75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes; but more condensed: price three cents .V Ci.iVj.,
%- Uaaiels aid. Mr Johnson, &c.; also, 2 bricks future isnothmgbut a coming present : and the present 100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes; I shall have forwarded by post at J .Jltv 1': V
"htis owned by Mr. J C Ewer and John Wells;; which thou despisest, was once a future which Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., in a few minutes after each stv.is.h.
and carpenter's shops occupied by Ridlon & Jep- thou desirest! Stake in no lotteries-keep at home Just received, and for sale by in Boston, and which may be obla,;.,-d ft.V
&on. and Butterfield. On Merrimack street, there -give and accept no pompous entertainments B. S HAWLEY quantities at very low prices. V ;
were tight buildings burnt: 4 brick houses owned I travel not abroad every year Conceal not from jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce ED\VARDWILl. .fP.; .
,oy Ezra Trull, probably insured ; Xos. 13, 16, 17 thyself, by long plans, thy household goods, thy EUEOPEAX TIMES'Orncr, > / .. V
lei H; also, the provision stores of Gray; Briggs, chamber, thy acquaintance! Despise life, that thou PRIME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork, : I Boston, June, 1844. .J _/ .l.! ...
wi.\lr Wallace .the brick house and the ,..
barroomccupied mayst enjoy it Inspect neighborhood of thy and for sale byDODGE -
bv Danl Wise, and a wooded house oc- l life ; every shelf, every nook of thy abode and I &, GARDNER i MERCHAN1S'JrIMAZJ : .\ : ; V
tied> by C Woodbury There also another in in the farthest and It : :]: :
was nestling ,quarter thyself most t aus:19 40 Water COMMERCIATBEVIWI. E ,.,,'h'" :
?nck house burnt m the allv. The brick build- domestic winding of tny snail-house Look upon a I : ___ I ; .1839, by FR MAl't' :::1 4 ; ,
to5J were insuredThe: Joes of furniture but collection of : ,.::J.
mostly capital as a villages, a village as YARN.-15 coils Kentucky Ten Semi-AnnuayVoluinns V f V,
w Swat and many families are left houseless and some blind-alley of a capital ; fame as the talk oP I. PACKING, for sale low by 00 each 'With thr t.ej-: -/
pages cmnpleted/ I
tonileEs. About the same time another fire was neighbors at the street door ; a library as a learned I .
let i ill fDODGE & GARDNER or July, 18-14 commenced the sixth -: .e., j
. a barrel of slnvings in a yard in Vernon conversation, joy as a second! sorrow as a minute, ; } :
reeZ, rear of Xo.6() Lowell street, but it was soon l life as a day ; and three things as all in all : God, .- aug19 40 Water of this standard Periodical; ". 'JfJ' ", 1 V
I ttti uisbed.--J Y Sun. creation, virtue !-Jean Paul. /CORDAGE & OAKUM. work of the kind i ia this or any. 75 coils of Manilla Cordage, assorted ; and, although mafoly devoted to tr ne z :! V 1
.
.- A CtRIOS INSTANCE of the intelligence of a dog Good for the Hatters.-The Germans never 25 bales Oakum, for sale by ..,: wants. of the .commercial and. ,b*:_ V ", :i !
.K rel ted. The animal belonged to a celebrated shake hands, their universal salutation being that DODGE & GARDNER it has become; an indifpeiaiU y & 1
.r jwmuit who tried u n it the effect of a certain of lifting their hats to one another,4 and to the la- aplG 40 Water to the Statesman'rfd Politic :li:* : i
i day administered a COUDer IPOiOnanduponthenezt I- dies. To such an extent is this custom carriedthat ,- ; throujl out the commercial world .*.*. .
POison, which had the effect of preserving the a humorous and argumentative pamphlet.has BAR LEAD-500 lbs Bar Lead r- embrace every subjECt connected : t...\ 4
1 TOT-.s creature's life. The next day another recently been published in Berlin,giving i preference For sale by f)f ; and Navigation 'Agricoltuf nt< M:
;
. onch offered tt. Different him, bat merei said he, he would not to the English mode of salutation, principally:: CHESTER, FARRIOR McGRIFF ; ; Currency atfd Banking; fir* a ," V

. W Erled to h"im' but sorts he of poisonous refused drugs were at on the ground of economy and convenience. The jel ,JT44 Water ; &'Insurance ; the Laws .an,! 4x4ubtioi\

J 4.I V8 offeyedbut he would resolutely not touch it ; meat, very clever author of this jeu d'esprit shrewdly \TTING FOR SUMMER 4t3 d e, (including. important dtginorerent S !r. fill tb i V
.. 1'GIhf'turned from i it; waterbut he would not diin .. calculates that not less than six millions of dollarsare M prime assortment j just.received.For : Courts of the Unitedtates, C Ita' ; _

tf {::! *?ur him, "Is master offered him bread and annually expended in Germany in the extra sale by BIELLISON & CO. etc.) / : lV
S JJ ofwhichh himself ate in the do 's presence; wear of hats and caps by this perpetual and u1iversal ,- ap27 33 Water It has and will coatipde to be tr (V :':' t VV
() tbat the it. : i> Proprietor/f the Mere A.-1l : V Vt
. Pt sagacious animal hesitated not to taking of them otftQ frien&J and acquaintances and V
S tnk! c. He was taken to fountain but he would POINTS, OILS, &c.-75 kegs White to avoid! every ping of a party, .,. .:tic V V
, nowhere but from the fjwt where the waterdined : JT 10 kc:;s Black Paint ; 10 do Green ; bias or b/aring, in the ct|>V '
free '
.' nw- the and fresh. This continued for several GEXEEAL J."cJtSoThe Louisville Journal! ? 1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl;Lmseed ; : :.-opening i/pages to the free.t.t.'; rif _V V
1t i of master the touched hv the extraordinay ys-" \Ve have just conversed with a distinguished I- 2 do Spirits Turpentine; ] of antagonistic doctrines coi 1 f. '......
poor creature resolved make IT".' .""II.
. cc. to \
10 gentlman the continent of of Commerce,
who
flOfC! attempts upon him witi\is! poisons. The was on 250 sails Sperm Oil ; great intents i ..,;'-4
6ot Europe when General Jackson made his terrible an the Currency.The .
I8flO and 200 Paint Brushes assorted, for sale by Ianufactur
cfothing Very gay very hwy, but will eat onslaught on the kin of the French eight _.' .- '01" ': ;tf
that he dose not fira. see lua master touch I, I ? some of. DODGE & GARDNER ; Mer/ antS' Magazine is pub ; V.: : ,: V V
a. rwLI1hednnk or ten years ago ; and although the !gentleman street New York t*
except from the of the anlG 40 Water Fultor on : :
P refet spot whom General I "- -
we speak was never of the ,
u a partisan piJ '
five dollars annum, ;
ul.EdinburghVeekly I / ; ,
lteister.'t3t.A per ...ifr
he says that the effects of the old chieftain's n uct: WINDOW I the .V4'
of
0
of ifTRANSPARENT ./A few complete sets
that occasion
on penetrated to the very centre ;.:!
assorted
if. 8I$ f letter p'ublishrd in *e Baltimore Europe, and inspired a kind of awe in men who patterns. : o semi-annual volumes! of ab'V@ C'1r.. ) I
: : For sale ELLISON & CO.
B. bouii
5 Thursday last from by
Washwglon, states i in had before considered our country a fourthratepower *, neatly and substantially: tii' V
aftce detejned that at a meeting of he CaVinet i had ap20 33 Water |the subscription price by applyji-: j. V

.. c. It upon to call an extri session i of :==- _--::::. MEDICINES, &.c.-The sllb above. Ji.*..,
at; | iftfelhier! stated that Eland has DRUGS New York, July 1st, 1844.
: Jtr. 54, of Mexico fr MARRIED. opened a iresh supply of : .: i1f;_ ,
the
hie ij5Us '! war between the two purWni In this city on Tuesday the 2Othult., by SethP. Medicines, &c. All orders from the r f A XES.-A freshr lot of heav K tu,;

.Xy1 .. I!given as a reason cEIling govfor the- Lewis, Esq., Mr. PETER DELEIN, to Miss I promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY I I just received .and for sale by ; \.., ,\M}

f\n. JULIA ANN PURIFY, nil ()f thic= df ". ,. &/.jel cor. Chestnut &' Commerce tr .:: : ;V1p13 II F.U.TSON & CO..' .. :, y

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,. LEGAL : J NOT IIWUNITED STATESTYPE INS RANCE.AGENCIES. '
; LEGL IC.ES.
r : NOTICES. FOU' GEORGIA I;'; .
= ---- -' ,& STEREOTYPE of this watering: THE NEV YORK CONTRIBUTIONSH1P

Franklin Superior rOurt. Apalachicola District of Florid' Cor, Ann& Nassau streets, New York. I i to open their : FIREvINSURANCE COMPANY 9-

CHAMBERS. FRANKLIN COUNTY.D. .' -n TIlE undersigned ;1! : of invalids Qffice\yb. '57 Wall Street, JV. Y.

Robert J. Floyd, eomp't., .: ..K..Dodge, Compl't, ) inform the Old Patrons : than usual, [nsuIDwehli4houVarehouses and Build.
I and \ln Chancery: TYPE & STEREOTYPE that have inm, general, Merchandise, Household

t Curtis and Griswold 3. et aI!,1 fIN j' '',1IACLt 1. James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. > < -.- DRY, formerly known as parts of the F irniture, Slips building Ships in Port
r the of CONNER'S" and more rc various diseases, a d their Cargoes, and evary deNcription .
defendants. J\ appearing to the Court, from report :
"
appearing; to the Court fidavit filed in I the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed, __ .-.- "COJNER & COOK'S, and the ; &c all of which
IT cause, that said Lewis Ci Js and George That the following, sums are due by the parties lic in eneral,. thatfthey' arc prepared to water. We have AGAfST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
chicola Land heretofore :orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES to J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.
Griswold, trustees of the Apa_ hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments form persons u. W. ;
and David in the Franklin and everyother article necessary to Springs, than to MARTIN, Secretary.
Compny, and said John M. Berrien called in, on their stock .
Selden, who arc defendants in said cause, reside Land avd Apalachicola Lot Company, public notice plete Printing Establishments, on as the invalid, we J. SMYTII R&;:: D1JUCT01tS.
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit : the i is hereby ffiven to the parties respectively, terms, and of as good a quality as any you wish to be JAMES McBlti ERS. HENRY ItOB'T McCOSKR_.. '

said Curtis and /Jriswold, in the state of New to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver tablishment in the United States. is proved a certain AMES ; REUBEN WITHERS, {

York: and the said Berrien and Selden in the ill said cause, toether'with; the interest thereon, The Type cast at this Establishment of which Dyspepsy, &c. JOHN ADAMS < WILLIAM SCOTT *
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be from the first day March, IS 13, or their respective in'style of face, and the material in failed to be bene- .1OIlN hIAGGltT\ F. SUYDAM '
service '
;, published once a week (or the space of four months shares will be sold at public auction, in accordance made, particularly adapted for for the proof of G. G. YERPLANCKt, ETElt I. NkrIUs'
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper with a decree of the Court of Chancery'lor paper Printing. certificates, JOHN JOHNSTON, RICHARD IRVIN
I printed in this district, before the ensuing term the District aforesaid, to pay the several ocr All kinds of Stereotyping finished the to gentlemen in the KERNOCHAN PALMER s y. S ROOSEVELT'.
said and each flWIt1 Sale first Wednes- N. 13.-Such Newspapers as will copy I JOHN I. &D. HURLBUT, (
of said Court, requiring defendants amounts *sn dne- and :, -- I- t-vrtvt", ... : P.LORILLARD GFi).
P. POLLEN
nexi
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the diy in 1)ecernbernext!, t to wit : three times, previous to jNovemoer bill we will say this JAMES McCALLt WM.COLGATE '
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso: Daniel: :McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st entitled to pay in type. on making a enough LO\VJLL IIOLBTOOK. ,

):i! against them I (a copy-teste.) March, 1843. . . . . .$1,660 00 times the amount of the three CONNER insertions.& Saratoga of the The undersigned have been\ppointed agents
: \LTZELL, Clerk. Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 61 JAMES ) better House than of the above Company, and are empowered to issue
Je3
Apalachicola! )' 30th, IS 11. fel 4m Burton Hepburn, or his assigns: were New York June 1st, 1814. t that we generally: policies of insurance against loj Or damage .

indebted on the same day and year. 972 76 TR1NTERS' AND BINDERS' \\ (' nre all entirely by fire, on as favorable terms as other rood offices..

q Franklin Superior Court. John D. Howell . . . . 365 93 .1 Nos. a J and 31 Gnld street, New York. : r .tired, and the NOURSE & STONE,

,t: AT CHAMBERS. By order of the t lion. Samuel W. Carinack, Hoe Printing Press, Machine and Saw ptufi.ul: appear-I Apalachicola,March 23,1814. 46. 'Vt1e st.. (
Robert May, comp't., ) of Franklin and --- --- ..
Jud e of the Superior Court county, factury, being under the management hi! .n pr.enis I fine, -
GlLvold i : } IN CHANCERY. in the Apalachicoh: District of Florida.R. tion of Richard M. Hoe and Robert Hoe, ;.'-pro SO cle re(>s. THE AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY of
l. Curtis ana rfd, J. MOSES, to manufacture! at greatly reduced prices, a.- ireycan he,and lord, Conn.-The undersigned agent'for '

( defendants J Master in Chancery.. Presses, Hvdraulic Presses, :Standing have not paid us a the said Company, is prepared to issue policies ,

IT appearing to the Court from alS-iavit! filed Aoalachicoh, August 19, IStl. ing Self-inking iiraclnues.: Chafes, Cases, and }" ;\rej in number, Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage II.rh.er .

this cause, that said Lewis Coriiv d iii i ii niiii- u__uiBm_ -aM_ Mi_ _-_-_MU-_-umuaa__ _>:j _uiiinnuiADMINISTRATOR'S article necessary for a complete Printing with a dressing on favorable terms. The capital of the
George; Griswold, trustees of: the Apalachicola! ink, & above company is large and invested in the safest
and N"T ES.r supply of which, including type so arranged as to
Land Company, and said John M. Berriea Hand. possible! manner, and its settlement of losses his
conslatulj on our Spring
they kefy : ;
'
David Selden who defendants in said cause, --- and liberal.
are Co's Patent Single Cylinder 'd of always been prompt
Hoe & gallons: .
the limits of this Territory, to wit: ix months alter date i shall apply
reside beyond > DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
]
NOTICE been recently much improved in many ... of the water
the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New : Judge of the County Court of .. 'v Apalachicola, April, 1844. *
particulars, with a view to adapt it to I v sis as taken by _
York and the said Berrien and Selden, in the Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the :
; notice be : book printing, as well as excellent ist, is as follow: lIE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION .
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a administration on the estate of Sampson Pope, 1'
;
I published once a week for the space j of four months late of said county deceased. work. A considerable number of these the -ea, 783: J feet- INSURANCE I COMPANY, of Hartford,

in the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x. arc now in daily operation} : in this city ; ; cubic inche.: Conn., with full power to receive proposals acd

; printed in this district, before the ensuing; term Jackson County, July '>G, 1S44. a3-( rn where, doing the work very rapidly, \vnier being 1,000. to issue policies on as favorable: terms as other
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and each ._- -- .--.-- --- superior mariner. 2 cubic inches. office, is prepared to insure against loss
said defendants good or
of said Court
requiring . .. ..
I j of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the NOTrCE.-Six months after dite, I will.apply The improvements in their Double C .. ,' .. .a 1 grain.trace. damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In.

comphinants bill will be take pro confesso: G. M. Davi Judge!; -of the Press, not only greatly increase its ... ...3 5 ijrain4--'. land risks. The reputation of this company for
Court of Franklin county, for letters of render the press much more durable and settling losses with promptitude and liberality i is
against them. (a copy -teste) County ...',10 09 gra in!'.
1 GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.H. ble to get out of order. It is the only -winter and sum- well known. DAN'L J. DAY,

'L t Apalachicola, May 30th, 1814. jet -im B. STONE, Administrator adapted to the most rapid newspaper Apalachicola, April, 1S44.ADVERTISEMENT..
1 ( also the manufacturers of the ---- ..
Apalachicola, May I 10,1841. mylS m They are "
finished -
expressly --- --
Franklin Superior Court. -- ---- Washington and Smith Presses, which
,
) AT CHAMBERS. -Six months after date I will apply tensively used by printers throughout the th; U leads to the .
i NOTICE Hon. Judge! of the County Court for yc>- behold one of & SMITH'S EUROPE.
Thomas: L. Mitchel, comp't. )) ; States and Canadas. They call the WILLMER
vs. Franklin County, fur letters of dismission on the Printers to their new Machine Card G i rgia. A good E .-During the time thi*

I.? Dodge,McDuugald,Calhounand estate of John Norton, late of siid county, de which one boy can print 1500 cards in ( th-t well known ,. journal has been before the world,the proprietor
Bass, trustees of the ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r. style per day. This machine is very a nile from the refer, with pleasure to the praise which it has 1

Franklin Land and Apala- Apalachicola: April] ]7, 1814. a20 Om not liable to get out of order. Its inking l ll wl') have seen it, : elicited irom the press England, Ireland, Scot.(
--- the \:rld. lInd, the United States, Canada and the West
chicola Lot Company; CHANCER1Griswold months after date, I shall apply tus is self-actin e are various.;: Indies and the encouragement it has received
fIN ,
Lewis Curtis and George NOTICE.-Six of the Courtof The Hoe" Co., also manufacture a
Judge County nM, the services of the United States and Canada.
i Irom the public
.t1'1 trustees of the of dissmission from Job Press, of large foolscap size, which
Jackson for letters .
county, it from
; thi section cf the Three essential features distinguish all
Apalachicola Land Co. ; the administration of the estate of John S. Randolph two boys to attend it, who at the same of it.
t Myers, assignee in the machine with their feet. It will contemporaneous publications.
deceased.
late of said ,
county t exclusively this First-It contains a full, correct and comprehensive -
W. and
bankruptcy of George FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor. 1500 to 2000 impressions per hour,
-*, and we hope Shipping List, arranged on a plan so plain
Ross defendants. work. p
,
: TT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in Marianna, Feb. 1st, IS 14. febo nfe The "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, all!, and see that :and: practicable, that he who runs may read."
-------- ------ an i ;Mrs. Johnson Persons interested in the Marine of America
Jam -- --
,t JL this cause that said Diniel McDouald, ters generally, that no pains shall be may
1 S. Calhoun and Charles L. BASS; Lewis Curtis Tax IVoiicc maintain the reputation of their :: S. R. B. too, will turn in an instant to the information which they

and George Griswold ; and Myers, reside IN conformity with all Ordinance, passed by and that all orders entrusted to them will seek: with the certainty of relying on its troth.
I. beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the Mayor and Council of the City of Apalachicola prompt and careful attention. ; same'MS heretofore, It thus supercedes Shipping Lists, and other expensive

aid McDoujald: Calhoun and Myers, in the state March 22d, IS 14, entitled "An Ordin- Editors and Proprietors will be \ ; ( nd LMgjn.l Baths, publications from Europe, some of whici)
in the raise Revenue for the use of said City." f is kfpt here, and six times the of Will mer & Smith'
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, ance ro a estimates in detail (tor Printing Offices: or ( : are price
-i state (New York; and the said Bass in the state I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this ies, by informing us of the tt\le) and ( >rini?? are O-l: miles European Times."
of Alabama. It is brder&d, that a notice be pub day levied upon, and will on the 10th day of December work which they desire to do. ;; south of Green- Secondly' -It contains a Price Current of all the

!i lished once a week for the space of four months next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the Hoe & Co., manufacture Cast Steel, in reaching : great British and European markets, devoted
in the Exchange, proceed to sell at public images connect to the articles of trade and commerce
before the ensuing term of this Court, Apalachicola CrO 5-c.ut, Circular, and other Saws, a principally
in to the bidder, so much of the following A Macon to the American
Commercial Advertiser, 'a newspaper printed outcry highest which they keep constantly on Hand. gusta. more immediately appertaining
,1 1 \ this District, requiring said..defendants to appear described property, as will bring!: double Jobbing and Machine work in general.Vaterst"1 and Greenville; and continent, and in which the merchant, the trader
: and answer, otherwise the complainants: bill shall the amount annexed: together with all costs and June 1st, IS.14. fiere, ,'so there and the man of business must feel an jmmediati.
be taken confesso: against them charges of sale. A for horse Stage .nterest. On the score of correctness, tfie tabul2i
.'n\ .; 1:4 J I (copy pro teste) -ffi kl'. Tt. To whlm: as cs erl. $ r.ta :-: N. B.-Publishers of who Nowspajvrs will insert in times It week by the figures, and the remarks accompanying the various
I r 'j. G EO. F. ]BAL TZELT.", Clerk. J ted States or Canada, : markets, showing their actual condition, may
I J Apalachicola, May :31st lS1l. jet 4m 4 t A. T Bennett,.. . 22 OU'D2 tisement three times before the l.st of toreceive, Corn- be relied on, and are .in fact an authority with
S of their
to.
us !
\ and send one copy paper ;
cities
most of the first houses in the principle rt
::f Apalucliicola District of Florida. C .1;) C. 'c.1.'. n ar tl e t t,.. . 8 -/.) it, will be entitU-d to the 1 payment'of R. BONNER. the United States and Canada.:

r'1 In Superior Court-Franklin County. H2 2G ::2 & 3:J 5 T... ninhll,. . . 2)0H ; on purchasing:, four time the amount :\ G. 30H 30X. Thirdly-As'a newspaper, it presents to the

t I : 1 Alphonse Loubat, IN"CIANCERY. .1 J. C. Birdsal,... . 2UFl TJUNT'S M IEHCHA TS' MAGAZ! : well I'nown that we American reader, in a concentrated state, and

'j vs. > g S.. 12 Calhou &. Bass,. . Hi' 0')!J 1JL COMMERCIAL REVIEW, :, the public with a where the interest or importance of the subject
David D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose affidavit Mortgage.that the Al 1 JoIinEvaus. . . 20D2 July, 1S3U, by FRF.r.IHUNT, i f t n forth t their claims demands it, in the most detailed and ample lora:
appearing: to the Co-ut by SemiAnnualTolumns l a=- well as the of commercial domestic and
IT 1 &. I ) Proprietor, Ten : every topic political ,
David D. Churchill, the abovi defendant Court! and, HI ;,&.IG ) C. Ed mOil d:;Qn-J)::1 00Imp'd SII( ') pa-res! each, completed. With the We wiil therefore miscellaneous interest which has occurred in Europe .
this ,
resides beyond: the jurisdiction : within the E'2, 11 John Gilinore. . . 2.J:) for July, 134 1, commenced the sixth reader to the fol- or 'elsewhere, since the deuarture. of thr-

out of ths Territory is ordered of Florida, that, but publication be .1:1: 6 "'. R. Grim",.'. . . J If)' ) existence of thn standard: Periodinl. i Bosw.'ll, of Colum previous packet;.especial regard being paid ta
United States: It in the city of 1 9 Estate of John Gilll5pie, 2 25 only work of the kind in this: or any; whatever is most connected with or relates to the

r'- made ilachicola in some ne.vspaper a week published for four months, requiring C2 fi &. 7 Jacohularvy,. . . 70 try; and, although mainly devoted to the March 23d, IS 11. political, social, and commercial well-being of

i Ap him to, once and answer the said bill ofcomplaint lmp'd A2 7 Juhn Kern ,: . . 3 :)') and wants of the commercial and ; ; s the accommodating the Union, or the adjacent British province. la

,} or appear before the expiration of that Imp'd 10' 3 John Kennedy' . . 2 :50 munity, it has become an indisponsible Wai in Springs, of short? it takes a glance at every CIrcumstance m

.J :[ on d bill will be taken as confessed S 2 J. C. Iis'e,.. . . 30:) reference to the Statesman and due th" public who which the inhabitants of the Great Western c0n-
the
t, tim< or him, *and such further order given, in the 17 a William L..N,.. . 3 0JB2 mist throughout the commercial world. horni"| and firesides tinent can possibly feel an interest. It puts the
!' \ Against the Court seem justice. 11 C1rles} ; tdinney,.. !501: tents embrace every subject! connected ) seek :place where Americrn rC3der in possession, the moment it
4 j premises as: to may
I.l \ Col'y-Te.tc.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, Irnp'd E2 10 Martin: ,.. . . 42: merce and Navigation: ; Agriculture ln : all the comforts! ) of ooiiitrs to han, of whatever has transpired during

'\. (J. & L. BRANCH, ,' Clerk. Imp'c1 \2 4 j Mitchell farzell,. . 32:) factures; Currency and Banking; Fire i .,'", to {i'lint"them to the interval in Furope-personal, political an4

-,4- Solicitors for Compl'ts. E2 5 J'1o. T. Myrick,. ... 500 ine Insurance ; the Laws and :!; ) ) ( Topogr-'ohical!; situa commercial.It .

Apalachicola, Feb. 29, 1814. mll-lm___ Fl 11 Joseph Mitchell,.. . ,1 5)E2 Trade, (including important decisions: i ; tn. tin Watering: has already attained a very high character,
u 9 K. McKenzie,. . . 500Ill ferent Courts of the United States, t : The jtc(1icinal"ir- and miy with great propriety be said to conuia

__:__ Franklin Superior Court. 14 &. 17 I. Maitland &. sons,. .1 7 00 France, etc.) c'alanahsis sub- the iiEST PRICES CURRENT; the BEST
Spring Term, IsI.1.U HI t) k 12 Peter and Jos \itchel. 6 Of) It has and will continue to he the States Geologist, has SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUROPEAN

- A. G. scmme ,) 15 8 A. J. Norris,. .\. . 300 Editor and Proprietor of the infiucm over Rheu NEWSPAPER which reaches this countij
".;. I. Damages $509-Attachment.Elias 30 7 Ogden & Ferguson, . 1 25 zine to avoid every thing of a party, ; !; ; Hi'ertitis|' ; Diar- from England ; for it comprises in a condensed

JJ, Si m son, jniHE Imp'd C2 00 Dan'l. Ryan, . . 325 sectional bias or bearing, in the and all disease of the form of twenty-four columns, every description
i : defendant and all persons interested a.re Imp'd A 00 John Ragan,. . . 225 work-opening its pages to the free and news of interest America, which had tranipii-

% Iv JL notified of the institution of the above suit, Imp'd A2 2 rnnkVhite,. . . 300 cussion of antagonistic doctrines you sir, I have only ed in England and other Foreign parts, from the

4, s and are required to appear and plead as required 7 .1 Thos. \Vingate, . 2 75 the great interests of Commerce, solicitations of some sailing of the previous up to the hour of depar*
a bv b.w. A. G. SE II\IES. 1-2 15: HemyVilIiams,. . (i 00 Manufactures, and the Currency.The either radically; cured ture of the Steam ship which conveys the forth*

1 J k ApalacMcola.: Jan. J S, .184 1. apl-20 3m I I PETER HOBERT, Merchants' Magazine is of the Waters coming number.

: franklin: Superior Court. I City Tax Collector. 142 Fulton street, New York, on the ocr It will be sold at 12$ cents per copy oify
Apalachicola, June 7th. 1844. jet5 Gm month, at five dollars per annum, [JJY< of high consi- Amongst other numberous and flattering testimonials
Spting.Teil .
f. 1,1fHr" . -. vance. A few complete sets of the the Boston Morning Post, sbys-
JJ .UlhSh'&iCQ6. .-
'if c jaAn : semi-annu volumes of about J. J. LOS WELL.
,!.} of Ordinance ing ten We are greatly indebted to this newspapcfour :
___: ii I \;& Freclosure Mortgage i
f .
bound
'<. each, neatly and substantially miscellaneous and commercial new*
: : 'tm. i I. Sbepheth1: ) To raise a Fund for the"CitycH/spital. i foreign,
_ : 'clrllI.ir 'fendantVod all persons interested are Section 1. Re it Ordmned by IfiefMaorCouncil : and at the subscription price by applying at Co. Ga., April 21. Oru number Willmer & Smith's EuropejO
i
_ notified ot the institution of the above of the City of.1paachicoltiThi'f pm as above. :;..: ; Bar. Times is worth a whole file of any other Engl&
\ t.., "Ij -at I: will \pply to the Judge of the and after the first day of September nextTh-e New York, July 1st, 1814A Press paper." .
to
i' ".' 'rh'r_ Court of Fraium, County, at the Spring following taxes sh.iil be levied upon all ftasen!., r. :,. sij Ornhuice first putting volume of Published at Liverpool,just before the steam*
I ,I" o sat 1'Court, 1514,for a foreclosure of said arriving in said City by sea, viz: UJMHI ej.-li: ar: d' Jf .Prnvidin fin thp .irrest <-f ( sails by WILL1 AM & SMITH. Subscri*

__ __ t. 1. t., A G, SEy.MES, Plft's Atl'y. every passenger:: by sea, coastwise, the sum of fifty Secti n 1. Be it trc! tined bv the \ ( OF THE FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM.IT .

.of t'j; v*VlyNov. 2t, 18 H. ap20 :3mikliilxSapcrior cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving I C uni1of the Cuy; of A.Minchicola, BAR.
by sea from any foreign country, the sum of two I c ises, upon complaint being aiaJe. of the United States are i is the intention-r-the;; proprietors of the
-- ..1't Court. dollars. i of any ordinance of said city to the : lIltribltil ts) from their EUROPEAN TIMES,"to publish EXTRAS, containing

J; : 'it..y. vrrcncV 1| Sec. 2. Bf itfurlhtr ordained, That the owner I sii.ill! havHfa'll: \ power and authority .r' <"ihriy the a digest similar to the European ,Tfo*'

; / vs. x I ItiW.ft Bill of Divorce. I or m3Ster of (";}c 1,1 every vessel: = arriving at I. w.irnmt: directed to the Marsha! of aid i-i : '. I. .. v,<>iinty or but more condensed: price three cents percopji
: ; wrtfnce, formerly f this port, after the first of September next, *hall i manding him to and arrest detain the ;pt him ron;:; her or ,:;s,1 l ;-'on num which I shall have forwarded by post and rauV

'..'- eth Burns. 'J"w :. render without delay, under oath, to the Trea- plained otherwise! against ordered, by. the Mayor., or t.t! ; .- ;Nthl, !! and express, in a few minutes after each steamship

.- > 'fMi nt in thiJ case will t V.' n ce, surer of slid city, a true and full amount of all Sec. 2 Be it further ordaiiied, That ': !is : t. '..) t ti-; ... post. arrival in Boston, and which: may be obtained !.

_I ; /tna 1 'v.jtlvfhst 'dy of OrtoVr -: "iU passengers; arriving in his vessel, and said owner when judgment may be)ren - :
AJ1.': L to 1 Jke theXj/jositions: : of Tinvrt.if: ur) master of such vessel, shdll pay to the Tre'>- Court agulIst: jriy person: for violation i of the oldest atd; most EDWARDVILLMER:

-- 41 4 ahGcHe.' at r'vs Clerk's Office in tne City ;urT of siid city, the tax aforesaid upon eich nmleery the ordinances ol said city, the .Tl1d the Sourhern H.ir. EUROPEAN TIMES"OFFICE, > '.
.: .l"" "rcla, at vVijP/h time and place the .. Court remit such of aid 1
p.wsener for which lix the viN-sel ;!wl! m!iy portion must bt directed to Boston, June, 1S4-1. )
f -* id t c<"?.VntlAQt may ax<>nd. tr ins c muni III iy [b', prcper. when it. .''
also and master of :
be held liable owner or
; any
I 1 R.J.'MOjES{ for Pl'fll: that such otlence was committed under
,
Att'y
., : such "osel, refusing or neirlectin; to comply with RICHARD ROE. Ligon & Owens,
With
: jola June 23: l cirounstiinces.Passed:
: 4"t
.t. jegJK3mfa AT
.
; the: provisions of this ordinance shall he liable to ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS
l by Council 30th() May, 1841.I I.
; :J. :
- V. I0 ) : .Jcltson Superior Uo'urt. said city in the penalty: of fifty dollars. _DAVID I G. 11ANEY, the undertaking will Abbeville and Troy, Ala. .l
_ It 1 %.o /* the Spring rrTA B) j*- i. Sec. 3. Be it further ordained. That the fund ;' T TILL practice in the County and ..
- .L i \ llJ,' ) \ arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be reserved! \VSJI. Sydney Green, .J : V V Courts of the counties of Montgomery?1M

1' T { .LIBEL FOR DIVORCE. and used: only for the benefit of the City Hospital}, DB GIt.EE.raKes: ; this opportunity Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barhour, DIDPOIDg ,
J Y sing hsgratiiude to Ins patrons; ELLOn. AT LAW State of Al H!
} under such regulations as the Mayor and Council eighth Judicial Circuit of the
I 'tifSant wilt them! that it shall be his constant idc in this city. All
. : 4 in said case, take notice may prescribe. der himself useful in his WOODSQN.L.: L. LIGONAbbevihle .
more : prof legal business to his A*.
/ vl-hall prDceed to take the stitnony Passed by Council, 20th June, IS 1 11. Offic on Centre near Water street. will please ad, Henry CO,
,
'U J. Pittman, William Gay, OWENS,
i'i 'Villiam DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor. -- .will continue HASTINGS. E.
.4 '4- ., J: / ( .roes. ,Barnes, J.&.'#&*., on l\"JOn d v they _ LIQUOllAND WINES.- of Jackson a regu and Troy, pkeco.AW?
"
:% :. 'lf* '> next, 'at 10"o'clock( A. M., at James F. Farrior, ; ; A Seignette's. Court of Appeals at -Rifn:8. fl-

I,lI! .. ), e Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mou i. POUT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Gin-Holland, anchor brand Col. A McAllister, 1 A\.

.J..'. \ \k-h j:. J*l43 '1Jy interrogatoriea now. filed witt. Apalachicola, Fla. Whnkey-Old Scotch ; \ ,No. 23 Water street. Gen. A / McAllister, S.H 'ryco. i .

'r, tr.- 0.1 t?-ai1of. May always be found at the office of Farrior & 'Vine-Old Madeira; Sicily ; old ; Hon'le. Jas E Belser; 1Iontgomcry11:

-. -YONGE& TAYLOR, Co. No. 4 1 Water st. He would respectfully so Champaign, for sale !IY. : : Bale Rope Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gai es, Ga. ,

\' .".... Solicitors for Complainant. litit the patronage of his friends and acquaintances. DODGE & : sale by Messr Chester & McGriff Apal'a. fa.29 tl
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1 y: tprfl2d:, mi. ap9\ 1m ; dec'25: : trIG 40 \ : CO., :T 3 Water st. hnutth.: 1814. 3


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