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VOLUME II.]


APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1844.


[NUMBER 37,


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Ap;lachicola, Aug. 26. ly


THE CATHEDRAL OF MILAN.
Of all Churches in the world, not even except-.
ing St. Peter's, the Cathedral of Milan is the
Queen. Imagine a marble pyramid miraculously
sprouting and shooting up from every part of its
surface, spires, pinnacles and statues, and you
will have a better idea of this most glorious
Duomo, than by comparing it with any other
Church. "None but itself can be its parallel.'
The Cathedral of Cologne is indeed inspired by
the same feeling and akin in some' of its details,
but it is the bare single rose, while here in the
more luxuriant soil and more balmy sky of Italy,
the flowers put forth so many new leaves and so
doubles and redoubles its petals, that the luxuri-
ant double rose of Milan can scarcely recognize
its prototype in the single wild flower of Cologne.
This mountain of marble sends out flying but.-
tresses on both sides, and arched bridges connect
them with the main mass. From the front, also,
six buttresses project and rise above the sloping
summit of the body of the Chn h. All these
are filled with statues, each r ai B he of its
own, and from each buttresses pinnacles on
pinnacles, and spire branching from spire, each
crowned with statues, so that the whole church
is covered with a marble population of Saints and
Angels. The whole front is also embossed with
sculptures in high relief wherever the statues,
have left room, and these pictures carved in stone
record the various scenes and events in sacred
history with more distinctness and expression
than could any words. Between them are fantas-
tic heads, smiling and frowning on you like mis-
chievous sprites; and among other whims of the
sculptor is a female head, covered with a marble
veil, through which you seem to see features,
which in reality, have never been chiseled out.
Days might be given to the study of all these de-
vices, and at every visit much would be found
both new and beautiful. But, great as is your
admiration while you are below, you find when
you mount to the roof, that you had not seen the
tithe of its splendors. A winding staircase con-
ducts you up, and you find that the same lavish
and tasteful labor is given to the most secluded
and seldom seen portions, as. to the most conspi-
cuous. The artists seem to have been deeply im-
pressed with the feeling that nothing was too good
for the service of the Divinity, to whom their la-
bors were consecrated. The slabs which cover
the roof, and on which you walk, are of fine mar-
ble. The backs of the statues, which can be
seen only with particular pains, are found to be
as highly finished as the fronts. The richest or-
naments are in the most out-of-the-way corners,
and every thing shows that the workmen felt
themselves engaged in a labor of love.
Every part of the roof seems perfectly alive
with statutes. Each of the spires and pinnacles
and each of their branches bears a colossal statue.
Among the rest is placed one by Canover, and
the fact that this passes unnoticed among the rest
is a sufficient proof of the great merit of all. The
inhabitants of this city of marble Saints are now
nearly seven thousand in number. Thirty-five
additional ones were raised to their places on the
day of my last visit, and when designs are fully
carried out, ten thousand statues each different
and each of itself a model will people this noblest
of Cathedrals. The readers of Wordsworth v"il
remember this fine allusion in his poem on ",Th
Eclipse of the Sup on Lake Lugano," to thgrk-
ness shading, as with sorrow, the faces iose
Saints and Cherubs. t
The interior of the Dumo, presentIa vast ex-
panse paved with mosaics of varied ,%glors roofed
with elaborate fret-work, and dieOdby Gothic
columns and arches into long draw isles. The
massive and lofty columns arouirrounded at their
tops by statues of holy me'a in harmony with
those outside. At the farther end, pulpits of dark
bronze embrace two of the pillars, and are sup-
ported by gigantic bronze figures of the four
Evangelists and the four Doctors of the Church,
leaning forward and bearing upon their revereverend
shoulders the superstructure. A the extreme
end are three immense windows of painted glass,
each containing a-h indred and fifty panes, and
each pane being a picture of some sacred story.
When the morning sun strikes through them, the
colors glow and glitter as if the artist had melt-
ed in the glass all the rubies, emeralds and sap-
phires of Golconda.


On the first instant the funds of the Order
of Odd Fellows in England, consisted of upwards
of one million of money; the supposed income is
230,000. The increase of memberS for the last
year has been over 25,000.


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THOUGHTS ON DEATH.
Life! thou art gliding by;
Swiftly the seasons fly,
And each returning day brings death more near-
How can thy chains divide Z
How can I lay aside
The loves, the cares, that bind my spirit here .
Fpr I am not alone;
The loved I call my own
Are round me, and the "voices of my home"
Persuade me here to stay;
Those winning tones-they say,
Thou art our all-Oh! leave us not alone.
Not in the yielded breath
Lies the dread woe of death;
For the beloved and left ascends ilhe prayer;
For the unshielded years,
For childhood's unmarked tears-
The motherless! alone in their despair.
Will the prayer rise in vain 1?
May I not here remain '!
Will not our God a liett longer spare,
That with recovered strength,
Prepared, I may at length
Go hence, with hope unclouded by despair ?
Sojourners'here we are;
Strangers our fathers were-
A fleeting shadow emblem of our days.
God of the earth and sea!
Our lives are hid in Thee-
Through life-in death-Thy love surrounds our
ways.
Then with submissive trust,
Let "dust return to dust;"
Earth's riven chains shall set the spirit free-
SLet no vain murmur rise,
No sad tears dim the eyes
That, closed to life, may soon a brigher see.
Know that the "Lord is God"-
Bow to the chastening rod;
Our Father's house has many mansions fair,
Where the beloved ot earth
Shall gain a holier birth,
And all "the image of the heavenly" bear.


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INCIDENT IN THE PENINSULAR WAR. s
BY MRS. E. T. EILET.
It was a bloody and critical period of the war
n the Peninsiula, that Morillo, then commanding h
he fifth Spanish army, about four thousand strong,
n conjunction with Penne Villemur, passed down
he Portuguese frontier to the Lower Guadiana,
ntending to fall on Seville as soon as Soult should
advance to the succor of Badajos. In the begin-
Ling of April, while the French were dishearten- s
ed by the sudden news of the fall of that city.--
Penne Villemur and Morillo. issuing out of Portu- r
gal, crossed the Lower Guadiana and seized Sant
Lucar de Mayor. This place was ten miles from r
Seville, which was only garrisoned by a Spanish
Swiss battalion in Joseph's service, aided by "Es-
copeteros," and by sick and convalescent men.-
The Spaniards soon occupied the heights in front
)f the Triana bridge, and attacked the French en-
trenchments, hoping to raise a popular commo- d
tion. Ballasteros, on the other side,,had advan-
ced with eleven thousand men, int1nding to fall .
on Seville from the left of the Guadaluivir. -
But the hopes entertained by the Spaniards, of F
being speedly in possession of Seville, were cut off
by a piece of deceit. False information adroitly
given by, a Spaniard in the French interest, led
Ballasteros to believe Sault was close at hand; I
whereupon he immediately returned to the Ronda; 1
while Penne Villempr, also warned that the
French would soon return, retired to Gibraleon.
This disappointment and failure in the execu-
tion of a favorite project, cherished for many,
months, irritated beyond control the naturally se-
vere temper of Morillo. It was evening; and the
division of the army under him were encamped
some hours' march on their retreat. Preparations
might have been seen for a military execution ;L
and a couple of prisoners, captured in their last
skirmish, were according to the cruel practice of
many chiefsin those times, to be put to death.-
The captives were guarded by a file of soldiers,
and the executioners, waiting the word of com-
mand to draw up, were leaning on their weapons,
and talking over the events of the last two days.
Just then one of the inferior officers, returning
to his tent after giving some order to the men,
was interrupted by a boy apparently ten years of
age, who, seizing his hand, and speaking in an ac-
cent slightly foreign, besought him, with piteous
entreaties, to procure him admittance to the gene-
ral. The officer found, on inquiry, that he was
the son of one of the prisoners, a soldier distin-
guished for his eminent personal bravery,. who
had not been taken, even when overwhelmed by
numbers, without giving and receiving many se-
vere wounds.
This soldier, weary and wounded, but invinci-
ble in courage and spirit, for he scorned to ask the
clemency of his conqueror, was now to suffer
death with his companion in misfortune. The
terrible order had been given, for Morillo would
not be impeded in his march by prisoners; and he
so hated his country's enemies, that the bravest
and most generous among them could have found
no mercy at his hands. The prisoner's little boy,
refusing to be separated from his fher, had been
suffered by the Spaniards to follow him.
You shall see the general, boy, since you wish
it," said the officer in reply to the child's passion-
ate entreaties; but he will not grant your
father's life. San Lucas! but these French dogs
have, given us too much trouble already!"
They entered the general's tent; Morillo, by
the light of a lamp burning on the table, was read-
ing a despatch he had just received. Two of his
officers stood near him; there was no one else in
the tent. The brow of the chief was contracted,
and his eyes flashed as if what he read displeased
him; and he looked up with an impatient excla-
mation as the officer entered with the boy. The
child, as soon as Morillo was pointed out to him,
rushed forward and knelt at his feet.
What does this mean?" demanded the gene-
ral.
"Spare him! spare my father !" sobbed the
youthful applicant. "
The officer explained his relationship to one of
the prisoners about to be executed.
." Ah! that reminds me," said the chief, look-
ing at his watch: Pedro, nine is the hour. Let
them be punctual, and have the business s6on
over." .
Again, with*moving entreaties, the child be-,
sought his fathers life.
Did thy father send thee hither ?" asked the
general, sternly.
No, senor, he did not" .
"And how darest thou, then-?"
My father has done nothing to deserve
death," answered the lad. He is a prisoner of
war."
:*" Ha! who taught thee to question my justice ?
answer me!"
"No one, senor; but brave generals do not al
ways kill their prisoners."
"I kill whom I choose!" ti;
and I hate French. er shall die.
I have said it-b "
The o silent sign to the petitioner,
to intim a tere was no hope, and that he
mus e. But the boy's countenance sudden-
ed. He walked up to the general, who
turned away, and placed himself directly be-
ore him, with a look of calm resolution worthy of
ia martyr.
"Hear me, senor," said he; "my father is
greyheaded; he is wounded; his strength is fail-
ming even now, though he stands up to receive the
fire of your men. I am young and strong, and
well. Let them shoot me in his place, and let my


said the boy, breathing quickly, and looking ap
nto the general's face.
"And now/' answered Morillo, depart.-*
T'e father of such a -hild is dangerous to Spain;
he must pay the forfeit of his life !"
The maimed child went forth from the prese
ce of his inhuman foe. Presently the 'report of
ire arms announced that he had witnessed the
execution of his father!
Must we blame the cruelty of individuals for
iuch enormites?-or not rather the relentless
spirit of war, that builds up the glory of its he4
oes on a scaffolding of death, and sacrificed daily
o the projects of ambition the promptings of hu-
manity ?
From a london Paper.
DEATH OF QUEEN ELIZABETH1
A historical romance, lately published in Lon-
don, closes with the following striking scene, in
which the reader is introduced to the death bed
of Queen Elizabeth.- Her-Majeaty hasu-smmeone
Lucy Fenton to wait upon her. The scene is-
powerful and melo-dramatic:-
The Queen lay in her bed ; she had ordered her
attendants not to draw the curtains over her win-
dows, and she watched the leafless trees waving
to and fro before them, and the ruddy flamelof her
fire dancing upon the tapestry. Elizabeth had
sunk into that partial torpor in which, thoitghthe
mind has not altogether yielded to the influence
of sleep, the memories, the visions that pass over
it. have the indistinctness ofadream. Alongtrain
of shadows flitted before the mental eye of Eliza-
beth; there was the fair face of Gertrude Harding
and another face as fair: the features too of the
ill-fated Essex rose to blight her in her sleep! but
ever were those female faces present, even
when the others had passed away. Suddenly
Elizabeth started up-she was wide .aake, but
an unutterable horror had seized upon her soul;
-any thing to escape from that bed; .and when
her disiflal shriek had summoned her attendants
to her apartment, they found jher standing in
her night dress on the floor, her hands clenched,
her eyes fixed as in a convulsion, and specks of
foam upon her parted lips. It was a frightful
spectacle, the strongly marked but withered fe:a
tures and stony blue eyes of the miserable Queen.
But what needs it to prolong the description of
scenes so horrible ; the struggles of a soul whi.bh
had used its greatness to destroy; and which, sum-
moned to quit that world it hath too much loved,
shrunk from the contemplation of its past career.
No entreaties could prevail upon' the wretched
Queen to return to her bed; she raved, screamed,
and wept at the proposal. Cushions were brought,
and upon them she was extended; bitterly be,
moaning her miserable fate, and refusing all re-
freshment and consolation.
Who does not know that for ten days the un-
happy Queen thus remained, still refi'sing to en-
ter her bed. The Bishops, and thdfLords of the
Council, alike in vain entreated her to alter this
resolution. To Lucy Wiloughton, whom she still
detained in attendance, she expressed strong in-
dignation against Secretary -Cecil, the son ofher
old favorite Burleigh.
He telleth the people, Mistress Wiloughtoo.
said Elizabeth, 'that I am mad; but I am not
mad; oh, would to God that I were !'
Gracious madam, be comforted !' said Lucy,
who was moved by the pitiable condition of the
Queen. 0
Do not then mock me fair dame, with such
empty words,' replied Elizabeth: 'had they poor
cousin seen me thus, she had known me better
than to talk of comfort. Alas, why does her face
still pursue me ?-God knows how bitterly I
mourned her fate but it cometh, it cometh for
ever, and still accompanied by another, which my
soul sickeneth to behold.' While Elizabeth spoke,
entered Sir Robert Cecil, with the Lord Admiral,
a relation of the Queen: they care to entreat that
she would suffer herself to be conveyed to bed.
Elizabeth looked rouid shuddering at her costly
couch. 'Oh, never, ever!' she exclaimed.-
Oh, Cecil, if thou hadsiseen there what I have
seen, thou wouldst iot drive thy mistress to that
couch of horrors!"
What has your Grace there beheld ?' said Ce-
cil; : 'have you seen the dwellers of another
world?'
Nay !' answered Elizabeth 'assuredly that is
an idle question, and beneath Lodr notice.'
In sooth your Grace must ret 'to bed.' per-
sisted Cecil, 'if it be but tosatisfy t.e affection et
your people!'
At these words, the embers of ani almost ex-
tinguished fire again blazed in the heat of'li
beth, and lighted up herworn featu~nffwitlo-
thing of the dignity of old ; she raised hMoo
her cushions. "
Must !' she exclaimed ;' is must a word tobe
addressed to princes ?' Little man, little man,
hyA.fithe, if h.had been alive, durst not have'
used thaftords-But alas! alas!! continued the
Queen, wringing her hards,. .d speaking in a.
great tone of deep dejection, 'thorf.art grow
presumpous, because thou knowest 2flti shall
die!'
God madam, be comforted,' said the Lord
Admiral, again approaching the Queen.
She again raised herself with Lucy's assistance,
and grasping him by the hand, she looked him
piteously in the face, then bursting into tears, she
exclaimed-' My Lord, my Lord, I am tied with
an iron collar about my neck; I am tied fast, apd
the case is altered with me!'
From this time the Queen gradually sunk, fal4


ling into a lethargy which released her from those
mental torments which it had wrung the compas-
sionate heart of Lucy to behold; during this leth-
argy she was placed in her bed. As her end was
now evidently fast approaching, the Lord Keep-
er, the Admiral, and the Secretay Cecil, were.
deputed by the Council to learn Elizabeth's will
with regard to her successor. Lucy Wiloughton,
whom the Queen during her intervals of con-
sciousness had commanded to remain near her,
stood by the side of the royal couch. The Queen
took no notice when the Kings of Scotland and
France were mentioned by those lords: then they
spoke of the heir of he house of Suflolk, the Lord
Beauchamp, the son of Lady Catheriine Grey, and
the Earl of Hartford, to wbom Elizabeth had
always borne a strong antipathy; At this name she:
started, and the dullness of death seemed to vanish
from her wild blue eyes; while she fiercely ex-
claimed-' I will have no rascal's son in imy eat;
none but a king shall sit upon the throne of EFia-
beth and who should that be but our cousin, he
King of Scots!'
She never spoke again.


father go free."
It was impossible to doubt the sincerity of this
offer, for the face of the devoted child was kin-
dled with a holy enthusiasm. A dark flush rushed
to the brow of Morillo, and for a moment he look-
ed on the boy in silence.
Thou art willing to die," at length he said,
"for thy father? Then, to suffer pain for him
will be nothing. Wilt thou lose one of thy ears
to save him ?"
"I will was the firm reply.
Lend me thy sword, Pablo;" and, in an in-
stant, at one blow, the general struck off the boy's
ear. The victim wept, but resisted not; nor rais-
ed his hand to wipe away the streaming blood.
"So far, good: wilt thou lose the other ear ?"
"I will, to save my father !" answered the boy,
convulsively.
Morillo's eyes flashed. The heroism of a child
compelled even his admiration; but unmoved from
his cruel purpose, he smote. off the other ear with
his still reeking sword.
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- .regarded not only practicable, but is said to posse
le many advantages. The bill for some reason
y other was never finally acted upon. It is a matt
e of great importance and worthy of the attentic
- and examination of our Government, and we ca
. upon our Delegate at the next session, to urg
t it upon Congress.
e It has lately been stated that a route for a rai
road has recently been surveyed across the Flor
da peninsula. The establishment of a railroad
- would doubtless be attended with many advanta
ges ; but the construction of a large ship chann
would be a noble work, and attended with im.
, mense benefit to the country. Indeed, we con
e not but wonder that public opinion has not lon
since urged the accomplishment of such a wor
by the general government.
d A ship canal across the peninsula would short
n the distance to New Orleans at least a thousand
e miles, and enable vessels to avoid the dangerous
navigation through the New Providence Channel
over and around the Bahama and Salt Key Banks,
the' keys and shoals on the southern coast of Flori
n da, and the Colorado and other reefs on the coas
d of Cuba. There is probably no navigation, with
the exception, perhaps, of some of the passages t
s the China/seas, more difficult and dangerous tha
n the route from any port in Europe or the Atlanti
States to New Orleans, or, indeed, any port in th
8 Gulf ol'f Mexico. Nor are the dangers confined t
d shoals, reefs and keys, which abound in the Flori
e da seas-the current of the Gulf Stream, caused b
antimmense volume of water forced upon th
coast of Central Arneica by, the never-ceasing
action of the trade winds, sets strongly from th
f Carribean Sea and the Bay of Honduras into th
s Gulf of Mexico through the narrow strait which
separates Cuba from Yucatan; thence diverging
to the eastward, it rushes along between th,
coast of Cuba and Florida, until its progress ij
3 that direction.is impeded by the Bahama Bank
5 And the immense Archipelago in that quarter, an
also by the strong current which is almost eve
setting to the westward, through what is termed
3 the Old Bahama Channel. It then turns to the
northward, and passes along the whole American
coast, until it meets a barrier formed by Long Isl
and, Nantucket Shoals, ,George's Bank, &c.
which diverts its course to the eastward, along the
southern edge of the Grand Bank of Newfound
land, until the current, constantly expanding, is
imperceptibly lost in the Atlantic in the vicinity
of the Azores.
This current of the Gulf Stream is irregular ir
the neighborhood of the Bahamas. It is acted
upon by the winds, and other circumstances
which it is now unnecessary to explain, and some-
times runs at the rate of three or four miles ar
hour, while at other times it can hardly be per.
Sceived. It is this which puzzles the most skilfu]
navigator, renders his nicest calculations useless,
and causes the loss of many vessels, with valuable
cargoes, and not unfrequnetly causes the destruc-
tion of many valuable lives." The number of ves-
sels which sustain partial damage, or are totally
lost on the Bahama Banks, or Florida Keys, may
be computed at least 75 or 80 annually, with a
sacrifice of property amounting to nearly or quite
a million of dollars! Now all this loss of proper-
ty, and much of the delay caused by this intricate
navigation, could be avoided by the construction
of a ship canal between the Gulf of Mexico and a
port on the northern coast of Florida, on the At-
lantic. If this work were accomplished, in the
event of war, Cuba, if possessed by a hostile pow-
er, would no longer be the key of a large portion
of our navigation and commerce.
A project of this kind was many years since
brought before Congress. As long ago as the ses-
sion of'24 and '25 Mr. Webster offered a resolu-
tion to provide for the examination and survey of
the peninsula of Florida, for the purpose of ascer-
taining whether it be practicable to unite the At-
lantic Ocean Aand the Gulf ofMexico by a ship
canal, to run frohi the neighborhood of St. Augus-
tine, or from the mouth of St. John's river on the
Atlantic coast, to the neighborhood of the mouth
of the Suwanne river, in the Gulf of Mexico.
A bill was subsequently reported, which elicit-
ed some discussion in the Senate in relation to the
localities and expense of such at undertaking.
Two routes were recommended-one from the
St. Mary's river to Apalachicola Bay-the other
from St. John's river to Vacassausa Bay. The
route from the St. Mary's to Apalachicola was re-
garded as practicable, and thought to possess many
advantages. It passes through a sandy soil, of mo-
derate elevation, abundantly supplied with water,
and communicates with both seas in a deep chan-
nel ; its distance does not exceed 200 miles, and
may be, in time, eith increased advantage extend
ed to Pensacola Bay, and thence to Mobile Bay.
fTheroute from st. John's to Vacassausa Bay,
$k of easy execution. The peninsula
is ofsecondarfBo or alluvion, with little
elevation, and PenS a chain of lakes,
which deviate only a sce from the
shortest line of communication ta the wo
seas. The distance is not more than ^nl~est, i8

of which is already navigable by tfi er.
Throughout the remaining 74 miles, thejo
light, with little elevation, easily excavated,
many natural facilities. From the St. John's,
the first sixteen miles are alluvion, with an eleva-
tion of only three feet above the waters of that
river. From thence the line passes over a region
whose elevation is estimated at 11 feet, but
indented throughout by lakes, valleys and creeks.
It is formed of a strata of sand and clay, and bed-


aed on limestone, lying probably below the point
of excavation. The remaining 23 miles of the
line, is a gentle inclination from the great prairie
Alachua to the gulf, with sand, and clay, and
broken fragments of stone, mixed, and easily re-
moved-and throughout the whole line, there is
an adequate supply of water.


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CANAL ACROSS THE FLORIDA PENIN-
SULA.
We call the attention of our readers to the
following article, copied from the Boston Mer-
cantile Journal," relative to cutting a canal across
the Florida Peninsula., The subject was brought
before Congress as far back as '24 and '25, by Mr.
Webster, for the purpose of ascertaining if such
a route was practicable. After a carful survey and
examination two routes were recommended, viz:
one from the St. Mary's river to Apalachicola-
the other from St. John's river to Vacassausa Bay.'
The route from the St. Mary's to Apalachicola was


thousand dollars a mile. and completed at a r
of more than a mile in a week. It is thereft
probable that an expense of about two millions
dollars would complete a large ship canal acr(
the peninsula, connecting the waters of the G
of Mexico and the Atlantic, which will be a v
benefit to the commerce of the United States
peace, and in the event of a war will afford almi
incalculable advantages.

5- New Invention.-Mr. James B. Lipp a
vertises through the Cincinnati Gazette that
has invented an improvement on the Steam E
gmine-changing its whole features, simplify
its construction, and adding a large per cent
mechanical efficacy.


FROM MEXICO.
By the Mexican schooner Rosita; from Vera
Cruz, whence she sailed con the 5th inst., (says the-
New Orleans Bulletin,) we have received our files
of Mexican papers to that date.
The papers contain nothing regarding the pay.
ment of the indemnity to the United States, now
some months past due. They are burdened main-
ly with remarks and extracts touching the rejec-
tion by (fle American Senate of the Treaty afAn-
nexation.
h. e proposed campaign against the revolted
department of Texas," is also a subject of remark-
and ot a variety of official papers. The followinI
is the proportion of men to be furnished by eae
department. i
Mexico......... 8,000 Michoaca........ 1,980'
Jalisco.........4,000 Vera Cruz....... 1000W
Puebla .. .....3,800 Durango.......... 600'
Guanajuata.,,... 3,000 Chihuahua...... 560
San Luis Potosi.. 1,800 Sinaloa........... 580
Zacatecas...... .1,600 Aguascolientes... ..280
Queretara..........000
Oajaca.........2,000 30,000
Somrne 2,501 of the above complement are to be
dragoons.
The whole Mexican fleet (save the two stea-
mers at New York under repairs,) we're lyin at
Vera Cruz, and we learn verbally, that a -onsider-
able portion of the crews are Englishman and re-
negade Americans.
The Diario del Gobierno (Mexican official) con-
tains the diplomatic correspondence between te
MAlexican Government and the French, Spanish
and British ministers, relative to the summary
execution of SANTMEANAT and the men who ac-
comnpamied him in the late expedition against To-
basco. The French minister protests against the
execution of sixteen of the number, who Were
French subjects, without a full and thorough trial,
as gumranted in the treaties between the two
countries. The subject had been referred to the
King olthe French, the Mexicans having declin-
ed to discuss the question any farther with the
minister, whom they accuse of acting with more
heat than judgment in the premises. The heads
of the Frenchmen were to have been stuck on
poles and exhibited but for the strenuous inter-
vention of Thomas Marin, the commander of the
Mexican squadron.
'The reply to the protest of the Spanish minis-
ter is, that no Ibreign country, be it ever so pow.
erful, has a right to say what shall or shall not be
the law of the MAlexican republic: ," Meicomahkes
her own laws, and puts them in execution."
The answer to the British minister is more
courteous. It states that there was but one British
subject in the expedition, an Irishman, of the
name of Wm. Patterson, and that he was immedia-
tely put at liberty. The President," the note
states, -deemed it necessary to give assurance of
this act for the satisfaction of the British Govern-
ment and people."
aen. Ampudia has been ordered totake com-
m andin the expedition against Texas. His place

as Governor of Tobasco has been supplied'by Jose
Maria Sandoval.
We have received no intelligence as to the time
when the expedition is proposed to be put under
marching orders. Only a portion of the ammuni-
tion ordered from abroad had been received. It
is not therefore, probable that any thing will be
attempted before fill, nor until the arrival of the
steamers from New York.
The Governor of California has applied to San-
ta Anna for force to enable him to rive off some
American emigrants lately settled on the Rio.
Sacramento.
oImprtant Arrest.-Great Haul of Caunter-
fieit Money.-The Cincinnati Commercial gyes
the following'-account of a highly important ar-
rest made in that city: ,:
Marshal Saffin and Constable Hurst arrested
on Saturday afternoon Joseph L. Tincher, Esq.,,
who is now in jail, for having large quantities of
counterfeit money in -his possession, also plates
and other utensils for making Indiana, Tennessee,
Kentucky, and Missouri. Also those well exe-
cuted Wheeling 5's mentioned in another column
by Mr. T. S. Goodman & Co. These officers
have been indefatimable in ferretin- out this man
and those connected with him. This Tincher is
the same person arrested by Mr. Saffin in New
Albany, Indiana, somrne year or two ago for coun-
terfeiting, but got clear there by some freak of the
law. He is said to be the ringleader of all coun-
terfeiting going on in these parts. The officers
above mentioned recovered about $14,000 in spur-
ous money in Tincher's House, situated on Fifth
street, near Stone street, and it is supposed he
)urnt large quantities while they were getting in,
is the ashes were found with] ends of bills on
hem. The plates were found in a stable belong-
ng to Tincher's house. Several very important
documents were secured from Tincher's person.
The counterfeit money which was taken 1s prin-
fipally 5's of the Merchant's and Mechanics Bank
3f Wheeling, well executed, Kentucky 20's, very
;ood, Tennessee 20's, well executed, a new plate
entirely in these parts, and Indiana 5's, 10's and
!0's. The documents found on this Tincher re.
real the most important information, which will
ead unerringly to the arrest and conviction of
*ersons little suspected of trafficking in counter-
eit money--all of which will be brought about
n the proper time. This is as important a police
movement as has transpired in the West. Look
iut for startling developments. :. .


Loss of Her Majesty's war.sleamer Gorgon,,
With e' ght other essels.-The intelligence of
he sad loss of this splendid steam-frigate, with
eight other Vessels, was brought over a few days
since by the mail-packet from South America.
ind it has been truly confirmed by despatches
subsequently received at the Admiralty. It
ecurred on the night of the llth of May last,
during a terrific storm offthe coast of Montevideo,
ut the whole of the officers and crew were aved.
he was driven ashore, and when the storm abated
vas found to be upwards of sixty yards above
igh-water mark, and part of her hull buried in
and and shingle. Her guns aid stores were got
ut, and several steamers were brought to tow
er off; but it was utterly useless. The last ac-
ounts received state that her crew were busily
engaged in digging her out of the sand, and form-
ng a channel along the beach, in order,jt is con-
eived, to float her out; but-there appeared not
ae slightest chance of this ever being effected;:
consequently there the ship must remain, and it
a completeloss. The Gorgon, it will be recol-
cted, obtained considerable notoriety at thesiege
f St. Jean d'Acre. While under the command
f Captain Henderson a shell was? fired'from one
fher guns on deck, blowing up the principal
powder magazine in the fortress, whereby an
nmense destruction of life took place, and the
battle was brought toan immediate termination.
n her return to England she was recommissioned,
under the command of Captain Charles Hotbam,"
Sthe service in South Amereica, where she has.
een engaged up to the period of her loss, she
as, we believe, launchedat Pembroke in the year,
833, and was a fine vessel of her class, hec
gines amounting to 350 horse p.wr, a armed
ith six guns.-English paper.


APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1844.


Tuesday Morning, 9 o'clock, a. M.



TRUMIDOUS GALE,


GREAT LOSS OF PROPERTY!

As was anticipated yesterday morning we were
visited last evening by a tremendous Gale, which
has done extensive damage throughout the city.
Itcommenced blowing from the N. E. about three
o'clock, and gradually increased to a perfect huri-
cane, till about half-past five, when it suddenly
lulled, and became a dead calm, which continued
about an hour-the wind then hauled round to
the N. W. and blew with extreme violence till
8 o'clock, when it ceased altogether. The tin
roofs of the brick stores, torn in pieces, were
flying in the air like scraps of paper-boards,
bricks, ind every thing which the wind could
reach, were sent flying in every direction. For-
tunately no lives were lost, and very little bodily
injury sustained, though several had very narrow
escapes.
, The following is a list of Brick Stores on Water
street that were injured:-Nos. 4 and 5, the roofs
off; No. 6, formerly occupied by Mr. F. W. Ser-
rell as a-cotton press warehouse, half the front
wall down and the ,roof gone. The Southern


The receipts of the New York Custom-
house, from the 1st to the 20th of August,
amounted to $2,240,000.
SJesse B3ushyhead, Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of the Cherokees, died'at the
Cherokee Mission, on the 17th July.

;. 8- Commodore Dallas, of the U. S. Navy,
.ied on board the U. S. frigate Savannah, in Cal-
lao Bay, on the third of June, from an attack of
parallysis.
Ci5 The case of the State vs. McLean, for the
murder of Major Floyd, was entered into at St.
Louis, on the 13th ult. and a jury empanneled.

Or The old&frigate Hudson, which was sold
by Government, for less than $6,000, bids fair to
prove a great speculation'. The purchasers have
found the lower part of her hull perfectly sound,
and it is tq be converted into a coal barge. They
will clear $10,000 by their purchase

' Gc An ear.of corn, says the :New Orleans Pi-
cayune, containing 1,026 grains, was raised this
season on the Plantation of Mr. John Wharey,
near Jackson, in that State.
What say our Jackson folks to this, cannot they
beat it? Let us try !


For the Commercial Advertiser.
.Mr. Editor:-As your readers may possibi


h have never heard or read the speech of the Chair
g man.of the Committee of Improvementupoin th
e resolution to grade Water street with sand, I wil
s give them the substance as nigh as I ban recollect
d or at least, what it might have been:-
r Gentlemen-The resolution which I now offer
d is of more importance than a great many people
e think it is. I am considerable of a judge ot suct
matters myself, and profess to know snmethin
about them. While you have been on this corn
e mittee, all of you have been benefited, at the ex
e pense of the city, in some way. True, I may hav
" been so myself; but you see it's necessary for
Water street to:be graded. Well, that this is
Y necessary you will all adnmit-very true, very true
Shells would be better, but it is for my interest tc
have it graded with sand. You see, the sand or
Centre street is so much higher that it carries
the water right under my house. [Here an Al-
Sderman rose and said-But then the people may
Think that it is a great piece of folly, and if we
.wish to get, this office again we shall get no votes.]
1 Adzakly so-but you see I thought of that-I've
looked out for that. The people-yes, they have
been most too inquisitive about our operations ol
late, and it is .t to put a stop to it. That is
^another th'.-il ch the sand wil! benefit us.
What better W could probably have been in-
vented for throwing dust into their eyes ? It will
blow directly into their eyes, and I reckon they
Swill not be apt to pry into our proceedings as
much as they have, and we shall have the satis-
faction, too, of knowing that they have to pay
for it. .l
S That the able and patriotic gentlemen, who
compose the Committee of Improvements, were
guided by infinite wisdom, superior judgment and
great foresight, when they adopted the resolution to
remove the sand from before the Chairman's build-
ing, and place it on Water street and the wharves,
cannot be doubted. But the idea of the said
Chairman appointing but two drays to perform so
extensive and so important a work, is in the
highest degree absurd. At the rate the work
has been going on it will take, at the least calcu-
lation, ten years for them to perform half of it.*
The citizens are fully able to bear any amount of
taxes which the Corporation may see fit to lay
upon them, and knowing that whatever funds
may be placed in their hands will be expended
in the most judicious manner, they will always
do it most cheerfully. It is to be hoped, how-
ever, that the Chairman will in future-and es-
pecially when endeavoring to throw dust in our
eyes-employ more than two drays to do it with,
or we can assure him he will never succeed in
getting them full. A CITIZEN.

If two drays can cart on to the wharves 30
loads of sand in one day, and it is all washed off
by every rain that comes, how much will be left
at the end of twenty years Will some good
arithmetician please give us the product ?.

d etoew Packet.-The new packet ship North-
umberland, which was built at New York, for
Griswold's London Line of packets, is thus des-
oribed by the N. Y. American :
Iiis noble vessel is of the following dimensions :
-L-e-nth on deck 160 feet. Breadth of beam 35
feet pth of hold 21,6. She carries 950 tons,
and willcmodate 35 passengers of the first class.
She wilh navigated by about twenty hands
before the17'|st, and will have a company, includ-
ing officers paSthirty all told. Her cabin is admi-
rably arrarig'A|or comfort and is finished with
mahogany panels 'bween polished white pilasters.
The Ladies' Salo&h is a perfect bijou of elegance
and taste. The decoration white and gold; and
the furniture, blue agar white silk damask. The
carpets, curtains and furrniturt- are in excellent
keeping as to color and pattern, and the whole
arrangement is such as to com pare favorably with
the most costly of our floating palaces. Add to
this, good boa*, and a plenty of them ; a large ice
house; complete accommodations for live stok of
all kinds, and an agreeable commander; andwho
would not desire to make a voyage to London ?
One thing about this ship, we never noticed before
in any of our packets and that is a system of
ventilation through a pair of leaden trunks or pipes
6 inches in diameter, which communicate between
the lower hold and the upper air, at the bow and
stern. But we must leave the good ship to the
proper appreciation of the travelling community.
Success to the Northumberland .'


story, the roof and wall falling inwards. The
stores ofH. R. Taylor, D. B. Wood & Co., P. W.
Cullen, T. H. & C. H. Austin, Harper & Holmes,
Fluellen & Butt, and the Waverly House, 'had
their roofs blown off: The roofs of W. A. Wood
and A. Wylie's stores, andeNo. 6 Columbus block,
were slightly injured. The rear roof of Nourse
4 Stone's, the front roofs of Lockhart & Young's
and of A. T. Bennett's stores, are off. H. D.
Darden's store was entirely demolished to the
second story.
All the dwelling-houses and stores; on Com-
merce street, in the rear of the brick buildings
were but slightly injured, owing no doubt to their
being thus protected. '
The roof of the Piazza and a portion of the


able end of the City Hotel, were carried away.


The Mansion House escaped with a loss only-
of a small portion of the shed of the piazza being
carried away, and the tops of one or -two chim-
neys blown down.
The roof of the Engine House and part of the
roof of the Ice House, were blown off.


The front of the house occupied by Mr. Clark,
as a shoe store-the building recently occupied
by Mr. Jamison and a portion of the front of the
Market Coffee House, lately occupied by Mr Jas.
Gibson, was blown dovwn.
The house, owned and occupied by Mrs. Roan,
had both chimneys blown down, and was other-
.
wise slightly injured.
The house occupied by Mrs. Stewart, was lev-
eled to the ground, burying herself and children
beneath the ruins, but they fortunately escaped
without much injury.
Shantees, stables, out houses, fences and trees,
in innumerble quantities were -seen flying about
in every direction.
The wharves are considerably injured, but not
as much as they would have been, had the wind
not been accompanied by a heavy rain, which
beat down the sea; the tide did not rise high
enough to cover them-a few planks but no tim-
bers were displaced.
We have not yet learned of any disaster on our
coast, but we fear that two or three vessels, which
are daily expected, may have felt the effects of it.
No correct estimate has yet been made of the
property destroyed, but we think it will take from
$18,000 to '$20,000) to cover the loss, as a large
quantity of goods in the stores that, were unroofed
are damaged. .
Considerable damage, we fear, has been done
in St. Joseph, particularly during the last partof
the gale, which was from the N. W., and had a
fair sweep at that place across the bay. Also,
other neighboring sports must have been mpre or.
less injured.

('0 We are informed the schooner Effort,"
in ballast, on her passage from this city to New
Orleans, was capsized. There were only 2 hands
on board-the master and mate. Capt. Thomson
lost all his papers and accounts, and with difficulty
succeeded in saving himself.

T(- he silk culture is rapidly extending in
Tennessee. Large quantities of cocoons are sold
at $3 per bushel, and a company, with a capital
of $100,000, is located 35 miles below Nashville
engaged extensively in the manufacture of silk.i


It has also been said that the waters of the Gulf
of Mexico are higher than those of the Atlantic
-and with no intervening grounds of considerable
elevation, and no important streams or valleys to
pass, little more will be required than mere exca-
vation and guard locks. Under such circumstances,
a canal, even for ship navigation, may be con-
structed at comparatively a small expense. And
it is known that the great New York canals, with
all their aqueducts, feeders, culverts, embank-
ments, and deep cutting through several miles of
the hardest rock, and with lockage for ascent and
descent, of more than eight hundred fet, were
c,,nstructed for something less than twventy-four


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0-3 We are indebted to M. ScoTr, Jr., Depu
Collector at the port of St. Marks, for a table
the exports of Cotton from that port, and a sta
ment of the stock on hand, at that place and Ne
port on the first inst.


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The Weather.-For several days past we ha
been visited by heavy squalls from the N. E.
has at last settled into a steady rain, which is no
falling in torrents, deluging our streets with w
ter. Centre street in particular has quite a Ven
tian appearance, and bids fair to be soon capab
of floating gondolas. This is the season for hea
gales, and the wind is watched with considerab
anxiety. All who have the care of exposed pr
perty are making preparations to meet their
Some, who are weather-wise, think the prospe
is that our September gales will be severe. W
hope they may be mistaken. The city is pe
fectly healthy, and we are expecting an early r
turn of business and of absent citizens.
r By a letter from a friend in New Yor'
who is in the favor of the Democratic party, 'w
learn, that in consequence of the refusal of M
Wright to run, they, the party, have determine
to bring forward Mr. Van Buren and elect hi
Governor of the State, and thus secure the Sta
for Messrs. Polk and Dallas, nolens volens. .

(3(- We-are indebted to a mercantile house i
this city, for the following copy of a letter, date
PENSACOLA, Aug., 31, 1844.
Gents:-The ship Sobieski, Capt. Gay, two day
out from your port, sprung a leak, and, was ru
ashore about three miles from the east end of S
RosaIsland. She is 50 yards from shore in ]
feet water, and will be a total loss except sails an
digging. There will be only about 800 bales of thc
cotton saved. The steamer Creole and pilot boa
Relief, have gone to her assistance.
Yours, &c.
(W The Exports of Cotton from the port
St. Marks, for the year ending 31st ult., wa
20,855 bales, of which 963 bales were receive
here, and included in our table of exports.
Shipped from Apalachicola............. 121,61
'" St. Marks........... ... 20,85

142,46
SReceived here from St. Marks........... 961

Total shipments from Florida, for the
year ending 31st ult................ 141,50

Stock of Cotton on hand 1st inst.
St. Marks ................... .106 bales.
Newport.................... 131 "
Apalachicola .........o.........3 "

Total stock on hand in Florida, 1st -
instant.. ..................... 210 "

W_ Sei.ure.-The New York Custom Hous
havingg received information that nine bales o
raw silk was shipped on board the Sheridan a
Liverpool, without being entered in the manifest
the ship was examined on her arrival there, and
the silk being found 'pn board, it was seized by
the U. S. authorities.
Louisiana Cotton.-The editor of the N. O
P* ayune says, from what we have seen of the
coton crop in the Eastern part of this State, and
from what we have heard of it in the other up-
land sections, we anticipate an abundant crop
It is true, that great destruction has been done tc
it by crevasses and overflows on the margin of
the great and some of the lesser rivers, but the
aggregate yield, notwithstanding, will be greater
than that of last year by several thousand bales.

.4 Singlar ddventure.-Last week a young
man, while hunting on St. Vincent's Islands, laid
down upon his blanket infthe shade of a tree, and
being very tired, soon dUopt into a sound sleep,
which continued about two hours. Upon waking
he discoved that he had been carried about twenty
yards from the tree, and that he was still moving
along without any visible impellent. His first
thoughts were ofenakes and alligators, which
abound in this -island. Horrified by the idea of
such bed-fellows, he leaped from his blanket, and
seizing a stick boldly ventured back to ferret out his
unwelcome/companions. But the blanket, re-
lieved of his weight, was now marching off in
double-quick time, and did not stop till it arrived
at the fbot of an enormous ant hill, nearly eight
feet high. It appears that a myriad of these in-
sects, about a size larger than the liou ant,. had;
surrounded, captured and were qmttly conducting
} him home for winteri store..
(#* It is' said that half way between Cairo
(Egypt) and Suez, in the centre of the desert, is
a shanty kept by a New England man, who sells
coffee, tobacco and other Yankee comforts to trav-
*llers.
A splendid monument is in the course of
erection at Tampico, which is intended to receive


Santa Anna's leg-the one he lost at Vera Cruz
while fighting the French.

0- The New Comet (says the New York Sun)
may be seen with the naked eye, under favorable
circumstances. A very weak telescope or an op-
era glass, magnifying but four or five times, is
sufficient to show it distinctly.
W Claiming the Throne.-The Due de Bor-
deaux has addressed a circular to the Govern-.
meats of Europe, announcing his seniority in the
House of Bourbon, since the demise of the Due
d'Angoulime; he declares himself the only heir
to the throne of France, according to the ancient
right of succession.

(W Mahogany.---Such is the value of this
tree that a single one cut up into logs has sold as
high as $15,000. In England it fetches a high
price among the manufacturers of piano fortes,


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James Gibso
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMEN
AND GLAZIER
I ,. Ap
O15- Keeps constantly on han
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, &c.
on the most reasonable terms.
0OLD RECTIFIED WHISK
Rectified Whiskey, just
Mary Ann, for sale low by
DODGE &
augl9


ON CONSIGNMENT:-4 hhds CROCKERY
Ware, assorted, for country trade;
Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left-
wich, Va., some superior cross brand;
Dry Goods, Hrdware and Cuttlery;
Hollow and Tin Ware;
Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c.
ALSO,
Sugar, Coffee. and Canal Flour;
Old Sherry'\\ Wine. in cases;
All of wl-ich will be sold very low for cash.
DAVID G. RANEY,
janWO' 43 Water street.
Robenlls. Alien & Co.,
H A'E on hand and for sale:
Sheet and bar Iron; Blacka h'sn Tools,;
German, English Blister and Cetel#;
Cauldron K,.rrles from 20 to 120 glls;
follow War,:. wholesale and retail;
Wrought and Cut Spikes; Nails;
Brdas Andirons; Fire Irons.
Platform Scales, Beams and Ballancep.;
Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesale & re';,;l.
Also, a general assorntent ,of Hardw.iie.
They are also prepared to attend to any orders
for Iron or Brass Casting-:. Blacknsmithin'-v. in.
Copper or Sheet Iron work. or Tin and -'.i.per
Roofing on reasonable terms, jani ly


NOTICE TO OWNERS OF STEAMBOATS.
, I have a.Boy by the name of Joe, who is a
good Pilot', any person wishing to hire a Pilot to
run from Columbus to Apalachicola, or up Flint
River, I can have my Boy on0Ial for a week; if
they like:him, I will hire ali rr"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, 1844. al0-1m
CD'-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. NoURSE, )
H. B. STONE, Apalachicola, Aug. 1, 1S%4.
H. W. BROOKS. at9
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
S' 100 kegs White Lead;
5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5) d-, Lamp;
75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes;
100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes;
Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red: Lead. &c., &c.
Just received, and for sale bv
B. S.. H.W ,LEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Comnmerce steetg.
PACKING YARN.-15 coilst Kentucky Pack-
ing Yarn, for sale low by
DODGE GARDNER,
aug19 41- Water st.


C"ORDAGE & OAKUM.-
V 75 coils of Manilla Cordage, assorted;
25 bales Oakum, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water street.
BAR LEAD-500 lbs Bar Lead.
For iale by
CHESTER, FARRIER & McGRIFF,
jel .14 Waler street.
M ATTING FOR SUMMER CARPETS.-A
pri me assortment just received.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
ap27 3.3 Water street.
PAINTS, OILS, &c.-75 kegs White Lead;
. 10 kegs Black Paint; 10 do Green;A
1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl Linseed Oil;
2 do Spirits Turpentine; -.;
250 galls Sperm Oil; .'
200 Paint Brushes, assorted, for sale bv.
DODGE & G-ARO R,
apl6 10 er s!:


SUNDRIES.--l" bbl, Cider Vinee-ar;
2 bbls Copperas; -S mats Cassia;
[J6 chests Teas, .-reen, black. &c.
10 kegs Saleratus: ._'; d,-, Nutne,._,! and Cloves
10 box-, Ground Pepper; 4 d.Sti,.cs;
5 baskets Saladl Oil; 5 kg-s Bar Lead.;
30 bazs Shot, assorted ; 1 ca-e Sardint;.,;
5 cases Pickles; 1 do Prestrves;
5 do Tomato Catsup, tor sale h"
DODG-WE & tGARDNER,
apl. -4,' W e,;^:l r treet.


-RUGS, MEDICINES, --.-The subscriber
has just opened a iresh supply of Drugs5,
Medicines. &Sc. All orders from the country
promptly attended to. >..S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestn*lCommerce streets.


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*RiNTERS' AND BINDERS' WAREROOM,
izeod to an- .L N s.-" '.I and 31 Gold street, New York.-The
I., as a candidate "Hoe Printing Pross, Macline and Saw Manu-
n the next Legis- factury, being under the management and direc-
4ection.- sp3 tion of Richard M. Hoe and Robert Hoe, continue
to manufacture, at greatly reduced prices, Print-
ized to nr- ing Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Standing Presses,
alron county, as a Self-inking machines, Chases, Cases, and every
on county, as a article necessary for a complete Printing Office, a
estin a76 supply of which, including type, ink, &c., &c.,
"- they-keep constantly on hand.
I Hoe & Co's Patent Single Cylinder Pre-ss, has
ized to an- been recently much inmproved in rnany essential
Esq., as a Candi- particulars, with a view t,, adapt it to lirst-rate
Western Senatorial book printing, as well as excellent newspaper
jy27* work. A considerable nurnber of these machines
-are now in daily operation in this city and else-
where, doing the work very rapidly, and in a
ized to an- superior manner.
ackson, as a Can-., The impr.vem11ents in their Double Cylinder
Western Senatorial Press, 'not only greatly increase its speed, but
jy27* render the press much more durable and less lia-
ble to get 'out of order. It is the oily machine
forbid from tres- a te to the mr,st rapid ne..vspaper printing.
lock 3, or from oc- They are also the ,manif.iecturers of' the Patent
of any one but the Washinglon and Smith Pre-;.e-;, which are so ex-
e to lase or tensively used by printers throughout the United
R. J. MOSES.: States an(d Canadas. Tlhev call the attention of
s0 lm Printers to their. new Ma,_-hire Card Press, with
hereby cautioned which one boy can printIl:,". cards in the best
Af hand, drawn by style pet day. This machine is very simple, and
R. Ford, or bear- not liable to get out of order.r. Its inking appara-
I on or about the tus is self-acting.
)n, the first day of The Hoe" Co., also manufacture a Cylinder
ration fbr which 'Jo Press, of large ;.uolscap size, which re,0ires
tirely failed, I will two bo^y to atieod it, who at. the same time drive
3lled by law. -the machine with their feet. It will print from
ES H. DAVIS. 1500 to, 2000 impressions per hour, and do good
L sl0 3t work.
The "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, ;nd ]prin-
ong ters generally, that no pains shall be spared to
'TAL PAINTER maintain the reputation of their establishment
,R, and that all orders entrusted to them will receive
alachicola, Fla. prompt and careful~attention.
id a full, supply of Editors'and Pioprietors will be supplied with
&c. Work done estimates in detail for Printing Offices or Binder-
-augl9 ies, byrinfbrming us,of the style and, quantity of
work which they desire to do.
EY.-20 bbls"old Hoe & Co., manufacture Cast Steel, Mill, Pit,
received per schr. Cross-cut. Circular, and other Saws, a supply of
Which they keep constantly on hand.
GARDNER,' Jobbing, and Machine work in general.
40 Water st. June I1st, 1.-14.


NEW YORK &,,APALACHICOLA PACKETS.


JRegular -Packet l tie.e
Ship Marth.i Washington,,..JJ Doane, master.
Ship Floridian,............. Wim. Pratt, "
Ship Uncas,.... P W Latham,
Ship Emblem,.............A L Dyer4
Brig Manhattan,..........,WH Doane, *
Brig Ann Eliza,............ W C Park, "
Brig Metamora,...........H Ashley, ,
T HESE vessels-are of light draf of water,
built expressly bfor hetrade, of the best ma-
terials, copper fastened and coppered, with han, d-
some accommodations, and will sail. punctually
as advertised. When the day of sailing falls on
Sunday, the ships will sJ'1 on the-Monday follow-
ing.- The price of passage is 040, without liquors.
@j- All goods forwarded to the subscribers
%%ill be shipped free of commission.
E. D. HURLBUT & CO.,
84 South st4 N. Y., or,
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
sep3 46 Water st,, Apal'a.


NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Mr. Ge orge W. Blunt, of New York, makes the
following statement in relation to a paragraph now
going the rounds from the Journal of Commerce,
escribing a channel near the Bahama Banks,
which can be relied upon :-
"A memorandum in your paper from Capt. Clark
of the Pawtuxet, states that there is a good chan-
nel to the North of Orange Keys, over the Great
Bahama Banks, between the first named and Rid-
ing Rocks. Should this statement obtain general
belief, it will be fatal to many vessels, as there'is
no channel suitable for vessels of any size, except-
ing with daylight, and then by picking the way
*bekide nothing is to be gained by going to the
North of the Orange Keys, as you get rito the
'Gulf too soon." '
The Beacon placed in April, 1843, to point out
the position of the Dispatch Rock, (commonly call-
'ed the Roman Rock,) situated in s h aht bay, having
.'sunk strangers are recommended; on rounding
half N., by compass, until the two beacons on the
vestern shore (one with a barrel on the top, the
,other with a cross,) are in one; and when the cross
is well open with the other beacon, they may haul
up for the anchorage NW.
A. G. DUNSTERVILLE, Port Captain.
Port Office, Port Elizabeth,
Algoa Bay, May10, '44.
Another Boat's Crew Rescued form Distru-
tion.-Severe Suffering and Death.-'Capt. Ber-
ry of the packet ship Vicksburg, which arrived at
New York on Thursday, from New Orleans, was
the happy instrument of rescuing a boat's crew
from death, with the exception ofajad, who per-
ished from exhaustion, famine and exposure.-
The following particulars are given in the Journal
Aiiguit 6th, lat. 2.7 26, long. 87, 46 W. an ob-
ject, having the appearance of a boat, was discov-
ered about-points forward of theweather, beam.
The ship's course was immediately altered to-
wards it. On reaching it we hove to, -and the
boat was taken alongside, and seven persons were
received.on board. The British schooner Orange,
'* lost on the voyage from Jamaica for Matanzas-
Alexander McDonald, master; William Young,
mate; Edward Cook, Richard Evans, John Brown,
Wm. Roscoe, seamen, and Robert Williamson
cook; having been 13 days in the boat, which was
14 feet long. They were all, as might be] ex-
pected, weak and in a critical state; and 3 of,,
them had to be lifted on board. The youngest,
Wm. Roscoe, was much emaciated and totally in-
sensible ; and although every means was used to
restore him, he only survived about three hours,
and at iunsethis oody was d5 posited in the sailor's
grave, with the solemn and'inpresive burial ser-
vice of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Dur,
ing the night the mate was delrinus, but has since
with the rest almost regained his usual health.
Their desire for water was very great, and much
i6are was at first used in! administering it to them.
It was not until the third day that their thirst
Was satiated,'at whicih time each person had used
about 'three gallons of water. Captain McDonald
stated that on the-24th July, at 2 o'clock, P. M.,
when about latitude 22 45, long. 85 4, W., the
schooner was suddenly capsized'in a squall from
the eastward. The lanyards of the weather
rigging were immediately cut away, but the bal-
last having shifted, and the sails and masts being
in the water, all hope of righting her was aban.
doned. Fortunately, at the same time that the
vessel capsized, the jolly boat being stowed bot-
tom up on the long boat, turned over into the
water, and all. hands succeeded in gettifig in, and
got clear of the vessels, which almost at the same
time disappeared. Here they were left to the
mercy of the winds and waves without provisions
or water, or even an oar to guide the boat. Part
of the thwart was .broken up, and made use of
to steer with, and the, boat was kept before the
sea until daylight. During the day the lining and
foot boards were taken off and converterted into a
mast, on which was spread the captain's shit for
a sail. The boat was steered to the southward,
in hopes of falling in Vvith the land. In the af-
ternoon a bark was seen, steering directly towards
them, and when about two miles off hove to for a
short time, and hauled southerly for half an hour;
but before sunset she again steered westward.-
On the 25th there being no appearance of land,
the boat'scourse was altered to the westward, be-
fore the sea, with the hope of falling in with
somp vessel. From this time to the 28th the
wind continued from the cartward, and the boat
was steered westerly. On this day for the first times
it rained about two hours ;anr by using two pair
of shoes which were all they had, and wringing
their clothes, they succeeded in getting about half
a pint of wafer each. From this day to the 31st
they continued without seeing any vessel and
Without water. On this day and; the day follow-
.P ing 'it rained three or four houJra, and sufficient
Water was obtained to quench their thirst for the
time. From this date to the 6tli August the wind
,was item S. E. and the boat's course was to the
Ng. W. and' no water was obtained, during which
Time their sufiterung were very great. On one of
-'these days a .leice of bamboo Was picked up, and
Found to contain four small fishes, about two inch-
6s long, which were divided among them. This
wap the only article of food they had while in the
boat. On the morning of the 6th three hips pas-
sed thero, but it was supposed that the boat was
not seen from them. Thiey, however, were soon
:cheered with the sight of the ship which afforded
hem relief.
Punch confidently predicts, on the success of the
invisible shell, a terrible decline in the world's


market of all gunpowder heroes. The great god,
Mars himself, will have nothing left him but Basing
-hall street; he must give up wholesale carnage,
and for an honest livelihood-if he have still a
weak hankering after combustibles-sell ,lucifer
matches. As for Bellona, it will be well with h4r
if now and then she can get a day's chasing.
Punch has had a dream, which was not all a
dream." The destructive power of the Warner
shell duly acknowledged, he thought that all the
cannon from Deptford-all the shot-all the swords
and bayonets; in a word, all the metal cast and
hammered by Vulcan for the sport of war, were
put up for auction; mere waste iron, to be turned
into railways and steam engines. Punch, in his
dream, saw a very taking advertisement, drawn
-out in his most unctuous style by George Robins,
who "had relieved order s from the Horse Guards
to sell"-Punch knows not the number-of hel-
mets, which George, in his prettiest manner, re-
tommended to country wives and farmers as "ex-
quisitly adapted for beehives." Hurrah, then, for
the Warner shell, from which-all terrible as it is-
peace may be hatched, to the true happiness of
.man and the best glory of nations.
Opinion.-I willingly concede to every man
,wliat I claim for myself-the freest range of
thought and expression; and am perfectly indif-
ferent whether the sentiments of others on spec-
ulative subjects coincied with or differ from my
-own. Instead of wishing or expecting that uni-
Ifomity -of opinion should be established, I am
convinced that it is neither parcticable nor desi-
rable; that varieties of thought are as numerous
and as strongly marked, and as irreducible to one
standard, as those of bodily form; and that to
quarrel with one who thinks differently from our-
"lves, would be no less unreasonable than to be
angry with him for having features unlike our
own.-Profesgor Lawrcnrc.


For the Commercial Advertiser.
EDUCATION No. 13.
Vos monitas etiam atque etiam volo.
Lord Nelson, in the hour of conflict, put upon
his flag these words:--" England expects every
man to do his duty." With how much more pro-
priety.and emphasis, may it now be emblazoned,
in glowing capitals, on the great arch of Ameri-
can literature:-" America expects every mother
to do her duty." Since mothers form the opin-
ions, influence the votes, regulate the degree of
prosperity, decide the extent of commerce and
internal improvement, and give tone to morality
and virtue ;, if a well-regulated government, a
prosperous commerce, an elevated literature, and
pure morality are important, then, in the same
proportion, it is important that mothers do their
duty. The present generation will soon pass
away, and others will come up to occupy their
places of trust and responsibility. And whoare
these new comers ? They are the children
now under their mother's care and influence.-
Mothers are now, every day and hour, moulding
the minds of those, who, ere'lng, will be the far-
mers, and mechanics, and merchants, and law-
yers, and physicians, and ministers, and judges,
and statesmen of this mighty realm. Mothers
give the first impulse to their thoughts, fashion
their manner of thinking, modify'their feelings of
like and dislike, mould their tempers, guide their
conduct, establish their rules of life, and in fact,
shape their whole course, and lead them on to
usefulness and honor, or degradation and infamy.
How weighty their responsibility! How exalted
their station The Presidential chair is far be-
neath them. A higher, holier trust is committed
to them. Go into the halls of science, the halls
of legislation, the chambers of council and the
cabinett of the nation; witness the talent,.elo-
quence, wisdom and influence emanating thence.
The plastic hand of mothers formed those quali-
ties, fixed those sons in their principles andmade
them stand up there in the true digniity of, Imen.,
Yes, those mighty minds, that move the world,
are moved and guided by mothers. The gentle
insinuations of a mother's love charm the sons to
a pure and noble life,,aud draw them on to a bright
and happy end. Mothers, I repeat, move the
wheels of the mind, and influence with living
power the springs of soul, long after they have
departed this life. For examples of illustration,
we only need mention the names of Hannibal,
Bonaparte, Washington and Sam. J. Mills, who,
with a host of great men, owed their elevation to
their mothers. 0 the controlling influence of a
mother's love It is all-pervading and all-con-
quering. When the influence of a father's au-
thority does not restrain the fury and madness of
"wild nature's vigor," a mother's love still holds
in check. This restraint is not harsh but holy.
It is the guardian angel of virtue. Many a youth
in our cities, where vice stalks about with un-
blushing effrontery, has been saved from the vor-
,tex of ruin, by the living influence of hia mother's
early love.
A man was once found lying in the street, a
victim of intemperance. He had no home, no
friends and no self-respect. A friend of human-
ity endeavored to reform him. No argument
moved him, no motive, no. appeal touched him,
till his mother's love and early instructions were
referred to. This touched the only tender cord of
his heart. His eyes filled with tears, and he cried
out, ,, Stop, stop, you kill me; these thoughts are
all that keep me from killing myself." This influ-
ence brought him back to the path of virtue. Such,
mothers, is .your influence. You need not envy
the rank of eminent men. You are on anemi-
hence above them. Th~ewhole world is at your
feet, and will obey your bidding. 0 then, prove
yourselves worthy of your high trust. Let virtue
be your throne, and conscience your, chief officer
to execute your laws. When once you take your
own proper station and hold your true empire,
this world will become a little heaven of love and
joy and peace. DOCTOR.
./1 Beautiful Thought.--How few men seem to
have formed a conception of the original dignity
of their nature, or tihe exalted design of their
creation, regarding themselves as only the crea-
tures of the titme, endowed merely withthe ani-
mal passions, and intellectual faculties; their pro-
jects, aims and expectations, are circumscribed
by the narrow outline of human life. They for-
got that instability and decay are written as with
a sun beam, upon all earthly objeets--th'at this
world with all its pageantry and pomp and power,
is crumbling to the dust--that the present life is
scarcely deserving of a thought, excepting as it
forms the introduction to another, and that he a.


lone acts a prudent or rational part, who frames
his plans with a direct reference to that future and
endless.,state of being. Sin has so blinded the
understanding and perverted the will, and de-
based the affections, that men never~fail to invest
some temporal good with fancied perfection, and
idly imagine that the attainment of it would sa-
tisfy the desire and fill the capacities of the im-
mortalj spirit. Vain thought ? How little they
knew themselves The soul is not of oertb, and
they will strive in vainw.to chain it to the dust.
Though its native strength has been impaired,
and its purity tarnished and its "glory changed,"
it will alwaysbe a'prisoner here. Send it forth
as you will to range, the whole material universe,
and like the dove dismissed from-the ark; it will
return without finding a single place, to rest, for it
has no resting place but the bosom of God.
Iron Vessels.-The Pittsburg American of-the
20th instant says :-The iron steamboat Hunter is
now painted, and nearly finised and ready for
launching.
The iron steamship for the United States Navy,
building at the same yard, is rapidly progressing,
and will be completed this fall.
The revenue cutter is completed, and waiting
for a rise in the Allegheny to launch.
These will make four iron steam vessels that
have been built in Pittsburg for the United States
service, exclusive of the Hunter." for Lieut.
McLaughlin.
fI- It is an exceedingly fortunate thin2 for
public defaulters, that "to bn. si -,ird"' don't
mean to be hung !"


W We are author
Pounce W. G. M. DAVIS, Esq
to represent Franklin county, in
lative Council, at the ensuing e
w We are author;

nounce JOHN GHENT, of W;
candidate for the Senate from tl
trial District at the ensuing el(


W We are author
nounce ROBERT J. FLOYD,
date for the Senate from the W
District at the ensuing election.

6 We-are author
nounce Dr. N. A. LONG, of Ja
didate for the Senate from the A
District at the ensuing election.
" OTICE.-All persons are
passing upon lot No. 10, bl
cupying the same, by authority(
:subscriber, who is alone amlut
sell the same.
Apalachicola, Sept. 1st', 1844


C AUTION.--All persons are
against trading for a note o
me and-made payable to Sidney
er, for thirty-five dollars, da ted
20th of June, 1844; and due'oo
December next. The conslde
said note was given having ent
not pay the same, unless compe
.JAM:
Apalachicola, Sept. 1st, 1844


N.B.--Publishers of Newspapers in the Uni-
ted States or Canada, whowill insert this adver-
ti.rement three time.; before the 1st ofrnext July,-'
and send one copy of their paper to us containing
it, will be entitled to the payment of their bills
on purcha.iing fotir times the amount thereof.


Copartnership and Commission
BusinessR
AT APALACHICOLA 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 RIAYMOND & HAR-
DIN-in Columbus, Geo., by Edward J. Hardin,
under the firm of HARDIN & Co.
The advantages offeredd 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 suchsa 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. alOtf


Commission l1usiness.
t New York,.,March 1l2th, 1S44.
0': I WITH a knowled1-e of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, a'nd good
facilities, thle. undersigned tender'their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of fall 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. Dt C61N& CO.,
marSO6m 7S Pearl street.


B ELLISON & CO. of'etr lo.r sale an extenr
sive assortment of Merchandize, suitable fo-
the Spring trad,.-, consisting o(,
Groceries; Dry Goodso ; d ,,.sots and Shoes;
Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods;
Crockery and Glassw% are;; Htardware-,
Woodware, Brushes, &c., &c. "mar30


f-H UNT'*N1t#-AaNTS' MAGAZINE AND'
COMMERCIALL 'REVIEW, Established
July, 1 I3-, by FREEMAN H.IMS, ,Editor and
Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumtis,.of about
SAu1 paus each, completed. With the niunib..r
for Jul.), 1F, 14, commenced the sixth yiair 6f'6_
existence of this standard Periodical. It is the
only work of the kind in this or any other coun-
tryv; and, altIhough mainly devoted to the interests
and wants of the commercial and business com--
mulilty, it has become an indispensable work of
reference to the Statesman and Political Econo-
mist throughout the commercial world. Its corn-
tents embrace every subject connected with Cori-
meioe and Navigation; Agriculture and Mani-
factures; Currency and Banking; Fire and Mar-
ine Insurance; the Laws and Regulations of
Trade, (including important decisions in the dtf-
1erent 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 Noa.
142 Fulton street, New York, on the first of each
month, at five dollars per annumn, 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 bvsy apying at the office
as above. ... .
New York, July 1st, 1844. ?' ''" '
XES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes,
just received and for sale by
ap] V' B ELLISON & CO... 33 Water st,


TRANSPARENT WINDOW BLIIpS.-
A beautiful article-assorted p1;4efns.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.,
ap20 S3 Water street.


C HEWING TOBACCO-45 doz Mrs. Miller's
Chewing Tobacco, just received and for sale
by DODGE & GARDNER,
je15 40 Water street.
LIQUORS AND WINES.-Brandy-Otard,
Dupuy & Co's; A Seignette's.
Gin-Holland, anchor brand
Whiskey-Old Scotch ; Monongahela.
Wine-Old Madeira; Sicily; old pure Port;
Champaign, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water st


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


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


ROPE & BAGGING.-Northern Bale Rope
and India Baggingz, for sale by
ap20 B ELLTSON & CO., 3-'3 Water st,


v


B FOR RENT.-The building near the
j Market, known as the "Market Coffee
l"House," will be rented on reasonable.
terms. Applyto J. L, WYMAN.
Apalach icola, July, 27, 1844.
ADVERTISEMENT.
-W ILLMER & SMITH'S EUROPE,
AN TIMES.-During the time this
journal -has been before the world, the proprietors
refer, with pleasure to the praise which it has
elicited from the press of England, Ireland, Scot-
land, the United States, Canada 4nd the West
Indies, and the encouragement it has received
from the public of the United States and Canada.
Three essential features distinguish it from all
contemporaneous publications.
h First-It contains a full, correct and compre-
Nensive Shipping List, arranged on a plan so pthair
and practicable, that "ilewho runs"inoiy readf"
Persons interested in t ie Marine of America may
turn in an instant to the information which they
seek with the certainty of relying on its truth.
It thus supercedes Shipping Lists, and other ex-
pensive publications from Europe, some of which
are six times the price of Willmer & Smith's
European Times." t
Secondly-It contains a Price Current of all the .
-great British and European markets, devoted
principally to the articles of trade and commerce
'more immediately appertaining to the American
ontinent, and in which the tnerchant, the trader
artdthe man of business must feel an immediate
interest. On the score of correctness, the tabular
figures, and the remarks accompanying the vri-
ous markets, showing their actual condition, mlay
be relied on, and are lin fact an authority,-wdth
most of the first houses in the principle cities of
the..United States and Canada..
Thirfily-As a newspaper, it presents' to the
Anmerican reader, in a concentrated site, and
where, tee interest or importance of the subject
demands it, in the most detailed and ample form.
every topic of political commercial, domestic and
miscellaneous interest which has occurred in Eu-
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previous packet; especial regard being paid to
whatever is most connected with or relates to the
political, social, and commercial l4well-being of
the Union, or the adjacent British province. In
short, it takes a glance at every circumstance in
which, the inhabitants of th6,Great Western con-
tinent can possibly feel aninterest. It puts the
Americrn reader in possesion, the moment it
comes to hand, of whatever has transpired during
the interval in Furope:=-personal, political an'4
commercial.
.It }has already attained a very high character,
and may with great piopriety be said to co^n.
the BEST PRICES` CURRENT; the .B.0
SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUR -
AN NEW SPAPER; which reaches this country
from England ; for ^t comprises in a condensed "
form 6of twe1ty-fourccoln uns, every description of
news of interest of America, which had transpir-
ed in England another Foreign parts, from the
sailing of the previous up to the hour of depar-
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coming number. a
oj It will be sold at 121 cents per copy only.
Amongst other nimberous and flattering testi-
monials, the Boston looking Post, sbys:-
"We are greatly ,inebted to this newspaper for
our foreign, miscellane us and commercial news.
One number of Willmer & Smith's European
Times is worth a whole: _e of any other Englistr
paper."
Publ ished at .Liverpool, just before the steamer
sails by WILLIAM & SMITH. Subscri,)tion
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IT i,; the inteiition of the prtgrietors of the
'* EUROPEAN TIMES," to publish EXTRAS, can-
taining a digrest similar t the Eu opean Timet
but more condensed: pri e three celbts per copy,
which I shall have forwarded by postand railway
express. in a few minutes after each _AeamqhJp's"
arrival inBoston, and which may be obtAined in
quantities at very low prices.' -
*EDWARD WfLL1Itk.:
''EUROPEA.N TIMEs" OFFICE, -
Boston, June, 1S4-t. jl -l.N


W l. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large
and well selected stock of DR |NJO"^iSP
consisting of:- "
Cfoths, Cassi liie,e..I lrsevs;
Sattinets, F' Betsan 'Blaikert;
Fol eii) Iuomest ic Prints;
BBAINI Rilings and Irish Linens;
i, .cued rnd unbleached Sheetings;
'" Shirtings;
jl1"Cotton Osznabur.:S;-
( And every other article, in their line ndapted
.o the country trade. dec4 v










LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICES.

lFranklin Superior COUrt. palachicola District of Io)1id4
AT CHAMBERS. FRANKLIN COUNTY.
Robert J. Floyd, comp't., / D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
VS. 1, ,A I N HANCERY. and ^ hacr
Curtis and Griswold, et al, IN CHANCERY. James C. Watsond, et al. Def'ts. chancery
defendants. J T appearing to the Court, from the report
IT appearing to the.jCourt from a tidavit filed in 1 the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed
this cause, that said Lewis Ccrtis and George That the following sums are due by the parti
Griswold, trustees 'of the Apa.-chicola Land hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments her
Company,#and said"John M. Berrien and David tofore.called in, on their stock in the FrankI
Selden, who are defendants in said cause, reside Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public n
beyond the limits.if this Territory, to wit: the tice is hereby given to the parties respectively
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiv
York; and tho said Berrien and Selden in the in said cause, together with the interest there
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be from the first day of March, 1843, or their respe
published once a week for the space of 1ur months tive shares will be sold at public auction, in a
in the-."Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper cbrdance with a decree of the Court of Chance
printed int this district, before the ensdingterm for the District aforesaid, to pay the sever
of said Coutirt, requiring said defendants, and each amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wedne
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the day in Decenmbr-i'next, to wit:
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso: Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due I
against them (a copy-teste.) March, 1843.-.................. .$1,660 (
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. Hudson A. Thornton, ," 3,310(
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. fel 4m Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
Franklin Superiorindebted on the same day and year. .. 972
Franklin Superior Court. John D. Howell ..................... 365
rt Ma, cHpA'M E By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmac
Robert May, comp t., Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin count
vs. IN CHANCERY. in the Apalachicola District of Florida.
Curtis and Griswold, et al., M
defendants.J Master in Chancery.,
TT appearing to the Court from affidavit filed Apalachicola August -19, 1844. cery.
1 in this cause, that .:said Lewis Curtis and -________ ,84_ __
George Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola NSOT
Land Company, and said John M. Berrien and ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,
David Selden, who are defendants in said cause,
reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: NTOTICE-Six months after date I shall app
the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New- 1, to the Hon. Judge of the County Court
York; and the said Berrien and Selden, in the, Jackson county, for letters of dismission from t
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be, administration on the estate of Sampson Pop
publishedonce a week for the space of four months' late of said county deceased.
min the. "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x.
printed in this district, before the ensuing term "" :Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3-6m
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each -
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the r'N OT.[Ci.-Six months after date, I will app
complainants bill will. be take pro confesso: 1 to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of t
against them. (a copy-teste) Countly Court of Franklin county, for letters
S GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thonpso
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. jel 4m H. B." STONE, Administrator.
*aahc May 30th, 18.. jel 4m Apalachicola. Mav' 16.1S44. 1 mvls 6r'
Franklin Superior Court. p
AT CHAMBERS. OTICE-Six months after date I will app
Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't. to the Hon. Judve of the COuint 0 C1urt I
Vs .-'Franklin County, (or letters of dismission on t
Dodge, MeDougald, Calhoun estate of John Norton, late of said county, d
and Bass, trustees of the ,; ceased. JAMES. GREEN, Adm'r.
Franklin Land and Apala- .. Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. a20 6m
hieisCurti oand George IN CHANCERY. TOTICE.- Six months after date, I shallapp
ewis Cut eeof the tothe Honorable Judge of the County VCou
Glswold,trustees of Jackson county, for letters of dissmission fro
Apalachicola Land Co.; the administration of the estate of John S. Ra
--,- Myers, assignee in ..
iMbank pty of George W. rs. dolph, late of said county, deceased.
R0adtfendanfts. r FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor.
T appearing to 'the Judge by affidavit filed in Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m
JL this cause that said Daniel McDougald, JamesI
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis Tax Notice !
and George Griswold; and Myers, reside TN conformity with an Ordinance, passed I
beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the 1. the Mayor and Council of the City of Ap
said'McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state lachicola, March 22d, 1844, entitled "An Ordi
of Georgia; tlv said Curtis and Griswold, in the ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City
state of New York; and the said Bass in the state I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have tlh
of Alabama. It is ordered,, that a notice be pub- day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of D
lished once a week for the space.of four months cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of ti
before the ensuing" term of this Court, in the Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at publ
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fc
this District, requiringfaid defendants to appear lowing described property, as will bring doulb
and answer, otherwise hfie complainants bill shall the amount annexed, together with all costs ai
be" taken pro confesso: against them. charges of sale.
(copy teste) Blocks. Lots. To whom assessed. c
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. 36 1
'Apalachicola, May 31st, 1844. jel 4m 4 A. T. Bennett,.........22
Apalachieola District of Florida. C2 15 C. E. Bartlett,......... 8
In Superior Court-Franklin County. 26 '2 & 3 .
AlphonseLoubat, IN CHANCERY.H2 3 L. Birdsal;....... 2
Vs. IN"CHANCERY. H2 4 J. C. Birdsal,.... 2
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage. F1 9 & 12 Calhoun & Bass,...... 10
IT appearing to the Court by; affidavit, that the Al 1 John Evans,.2..........
said David D. Churchill, the above .defendant, D2 1 & 9 ) Edmondson,. 29
resides beyond the jurisdiction: of this Court, and HI 5& 16 Cs .......
out or the Territory of Ilorida,.but within the Imp'd E2 11 John Gilmore,......... 2
United States: It is ordered, thai publication be 43 6 F. R. Griffin........... 1
made in some newspaper published in the city of 1 9 Estate of John Gillispie, 2
Apalachicola, once a wee' for four months, re- C2 6 & 7 Jacob Harvey,......... 7
quiring him to appear and/answer the said bill of Imp 'd A2 7 John Kerns, ......... 3
complaint on or before-the expiration of that Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy,........ 2
time, or the said bill wilt be taken as confessed 8 2 J. C. Love,........... 3
against him, and suchfurther order given in the 17 3 William Low,.'......
premises as to the Court may seem justice. B2 11 Charles McKinney,. .... 5
(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, Imp'd E2 10 JMartin, ............ 4
J. & L. BRANCHJ; Clerk. Imp'dA2 6 Mitchell Marzell....... 3
Solicitors for Compl'ts. E2 '5 Jno. T. Myrick ........ 5
Apalachicola, F.b. 28, 1844. mll-4m Fl il'l .Joseph Mitchell,....... 4
E2 9 K. McKenzie......... 5
Franklin "Si perior Court. HI 4 & 17 R. Maitland & sons,;... 7
jSpring T~erm, 1844. Hi 9 & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6
A. G. Semtp'es,) I 15 8 A. J. Norris,.......... 3
Damages $500-Attatchment. 30 7 Ogden & Ferguson.....1
E de tpimssn td, ) are Imp'd C2 00 Dan'l. Ryan,..........3
T HE defendant'aid all persons interested are Imp'd A 00 John Ragan,.......... 2
notified of the institution of the above suit, Imp'dA2 2 Frank White,......... 3
and ,are required to appear and plead as required 7 4 Thos. L. Wingate,..... 2
byiraw. A. G. SEMMES' F2 15 Henry Williams,....... 6
, Apalachicola, Jan. 18, 1844. apl20 3m PETER HOBERT,
.. Franklin Superior Court. ", *. City Tax Collector,
Spring, Te'm 154 1. pataco aEiune 7th, 1844. jel5 6m
Hyllyer Bilsh Go.) '*,A
vs." Foreclosure of Mortgage. An 1tr, iance


Wm. H. Shepherd. ) To raise a una ior tneh'itHospital.
HE defendant and all persons interested are Section 1 Be it Ordained 'aor a
hereby notified of the institution of the above Council of the City of ./lpalacMicol at fr
suit, and that I will apply to the Judge of the and after the first day of September' t
Superior Court of Frankin County, at the Spring following taxes' shall be levied upon all '
term of said Court, 1844, for a foreclosure of said arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each la
mortgage. A. G. SEMMES, Plfl's Att'y. every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fi
Apalachicola, Nov. 24, 1844. apl20 3m cents, aind upon each and every passenger arrivi
i by sea from any foreign country, the sum of t
Franklin Superior Court / dollars.
Wm. Lawrence, Sec. 2. Be itj further ordained, That the ow
Bvs. ill of Di o e. er or master of each and every vessel arriving
Elizabeth Lawrence, formerly this port, after the first of September next, sh
Elizabeth Burns. J render without delay, under oath, to the Tr<
TIHE defendant in this case will take notice, ,srer of said city, a true and full amount of
_ that on the first day of October next, I will passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owi
proceed to take the depositions of Timothy Smith or master of such vessel, shall pay to the Tnr
in the above case at the Clerk's Office in the City surer of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each a
of Apalachicola, at which time and place the every passenger, for which tax the vessel sh
the said defendant may attend. also be held liable; and any owner or master
R. J. MOSES, Att'y for Pl'fi such vessel, refusing or neglecting to comply wi
Apalachicola, June 25, 1844. je29 3m the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable
In Jackson Superior Court, said city in the penalty of fifty dollars.
To the Spring Term, 1844. Sec. 3. Be it further ordained. That the fu
James Boon, arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be resert
vs. LIBEL FOR DIVORCE. and used only for the benefit of the City Hospit
Piety Boon. under such regulations as the Mayor and Coun
T HE defendant in said case, will take notice may prescribe.
That we shall proceed to take the testimony Passed by Council, 20th June, iS 14.
of Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, William Gay, William DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.
Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the
sixth day of May next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at James F. Farrior,
the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount, PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLI
North Carolina, by interrogatories now filed with Apalachicola, Fla.
the Clerk of said Court. May always be found at the office of Farrior
YONGE & TAYLOR, Co. No. 41 Water st. He would respcctfuillyF
Solicitors for Complainant. licit the patronage of his friends and acqua
Marialna, April 2d, 1IIl. ap9 lmn tances. d lec(,3


each, neatly arid substantially bound, can be had To Col. S. R. Bonner. our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial news.
nd at the subscription price by applying at the office Warm Springs, Merriwether Co: Ga., April 24. One number of Willmer & Smith's European
o as above. Times is worth a whole file of any other English
the New York, JulI 1st, 1844. To the American Bar. paper." .'.
An Orniace J HE undersigned contemplates putting to Press Published at Liverpool, just before the steamer
A hrrii warrens e 1 the ensuing Spring, the first volume of sails by WILLIAM & SMITH.' Subscrintion
SgProvidin for the arrest of offenders, &c. "SC
ft ,S^ection Be it 'ordained by the Mayor and" ENES AND ANECDOTES OF THEFOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
.ng -.4uneil of the City of Apalachicola, That in all AMERICAN BAR."
wo c upon complaint being made of the violation My brethren throughout the United States are IT is the intention of the proprietors of :the
ofli ordinance 6f said city to the Mayor, he requested to aid me with contributions from their "EUROPEAN TIMEs," to publish EXTRAS,'con-
vn- shalltae full power and authority to issue his respective States, locating particularly the training ai digest similar to the European Times,.
S warrant, ected to the Marshal of said city, corn- "Scene" or "Anecdote" in the proper County or but more condensed: price three cents per copy,,
al mandmgim to arrest the person or persons com- District. 'As the contributions will be very num- which I shall have forwarded by pot and railway
a planned anst, and detain him, her or them until erous and many of them from the far North and express, in a few minutes after each steamship's.
all o Sec. 2 BAitfurther ordained, That in all cases West, I must request my friends to pay the post- arrival in Boston, and which may be obtaimtd i.n,
ner when judgment m ny be rendered in the Mayor's age on them. I shall be aided"in this amusing and quantities at very low prices.
ea- Court against any, p.eron for a violation of any of interesting work by some of the oldest and most EDWVARD WVILLMER.
ind the ordinances 6f,.id city, the Judge of said distinguished Members of the Sburhern Bar. "EEUoPrAN TIMES" OFFICE, > "'
all Court may remit stsu portion of said judgment as (j- All cpffinunications must be directed to Boston, June, 1844, 5 jyl
Sof in his opinion may be proper, when its appearing me at "Pensaco,, Florida."
,ith that such offence was committed under mittigating p/ RICHARD ROE. Ligon & Ow "
circumstances.
to Passed by Council May, 1844. .Pensacola, July 1st, 1844. ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,,
DPsVb,| G. RANEY, Mayor. 3 Editors favorable to the undertaking will Abbeville antd Troy, Ala. c
ind "' A please copy ILL practice in the County .a, Circuit.
ved Win. Sydney iGreen, MI D. V Courts of the counties of Montgomery, Pike,,
tal, DR. GREEN takes this opportunity of. expres- L. W. Spratt, Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing the.
ocil sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW. eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama.,
Them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren- W ILL. for the future reside in this city. All WOODSON L. LIGON, .
der himself more useful in his profession. who have committed legal business to his AbbevWOODSON L. LIGe ONrco Aa
Office on Centre, near Water street. dec25 care while a resident of Quincy, will please ad- Abbevile, enr.V co., la.
dress him at this place. He will continue a regu- HASTINGS E. OVEN IS,
IQUORS AND WINES.-Brandy-Otard, lar attendance upon the courts of Jackson and Troy, Pike go.;,Ala,
Lj Dupuy & Co's; A Seignette's. Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at --: Refers to-' ...
1C, Gin-Holland, anchor brand Tallahassee. Col. A McAllister, )Henryco Alav
Whiskey-Old Scotch; Monongahela. Office over W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street. Gen. A J McAllister, enrycAi
& k Wine-Old Madeira; Sicily; old pure Port; Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844. Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala.,
so- Champaign, for sale by IDOPE & BAGGING.-:Northern Bale Rope Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaines, Ga.
in- DODGE & GARDNER, R. and India.Bagging, for sale by Messrs. Chester & Mclriff, Apal'a. Fa.
apicG 40 Water st ap20 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st. January 25th, 1844. jan29 tf


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S Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York. THE PROPRIETORS of this watering THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIP
.- x s THE undersigned respectfully l;l; place, have been induced to open theii. FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
\ i nform the Old Patrons of the House for the accommodation of invalids Office. .Ao. 57 H 'all Street, .. Y.
.\ l TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN- and others, much earlier this season than usual, ln!i"re Dwelling-houses, Warehouses and Build-
\ DRY, formerly known as "JAMES in consequence of the many applications that have ings in general, Merchandise, Household
of CONNER's" and more recently as been made for Board from different parts of the Furniture, Ships building, Ships in Port
d, "CONNER & CooK's," and the pub- country, by those laboring under various diseases, and their Cargoes, and vary de-
es lic i geiernr',1 that they are prepared to execute such as Rheumatism, Dvspepsy, &c. all of which scription of personal Property,
e- orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c., readily yield to the virtue of the water. Wehave AGAXNSTHOSS'O GDAE BY FIRe
in and every other article necessary to form com- heretofore held out more inducments to persons R. W. MARTIN Secretary. resent
o- plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to W.ARTI, .Secretary.
:y, terms, and of as good a quality as any other es- those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, wej SMYTTT ROGERS OB'T McCOSKRY '
er tablishment in the Uniteact States. say come, and come early, if you wish to be JAMES BRYAR, HENRY PARISH
*n, The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both benefited. These Springs have proved a certain JAMES Yb-.BRIDE, REUBEN WITHERS.
:c- in style of face, and the material of which it is cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. JOH[N ADAM.T WILLIAM SCOTT,
,c- made, particularly adapted for service in News- and in no instance have invalids failed to be bene- JOHN HAGGIRTY, F. SUYDAM
ry paper Printing. fited who have visited them, for the proof of G. C. VERPLANCKI, PETER I. NEVIUS,
ral C All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order. which, we can refer to innumerable certificates, HN OHNSTON. RICHARD IRVIN,
es- N.B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above some from the most respectable gentlemen in the JOS. KER NOCIA N, C. V.Ss. ROOSEVELT,
N .B S u h e w p a er a w ll c o y b e ab v epJ O H N 1. P A .L M E I ,', E D H U R L B U T ,
three times, previous to November next, will be State. P. LORILLARD, GEO. P. POLLEN,
1st entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will say this JAMES McCALL, WM. COLGATE,
00 times the amount .of the three insertions, much, that we intend to offer inducements enough LOWELL HOLBROOK.
61 JAMES CONNER & SON. to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the The undersigned have been appointed agents
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m South. We intend to keep a better House than of the above Comrnpany, and are empowered to is-
76AND BN S WAREROOM we ever havekept, (and it is said that we generally sue policies of insurance against loss, or damage
98 P RiNTERS AND BINDERS' WAREROOMk kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirely by fire, on as favorable terms as other good offices.
-k Nos. 29 and 31 Gold street, New York.-rhe new; our houses have all been repaired, and the NOURSE & STONE
S Hoe Printing Press, Machine and Saw Manu- whole place presents a new and beautiful appear- Apalachico N March 23,1844. 46 WaterEt.
Sfactury, being under the management arnd direc- ance. The temperature of the atmosphere is fine, h .A Nr AC,1y46Waterst.
tion of Richard M. Hoe and Robert Hoe, continue the thermometer seldom rising above 86 degrees. HE TNA INSURANCE COMPANY of
to manufacture, at greatly reduced prices, Print- Our Baths arein as good order as they can be, and T. Hartford, Conn.-The undersigned agent for
ing Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Standing Presses, for the benefit of those who have not paid us a the said Conmpany, is prepared to issue policies of
SSelf-inking machines, Chases, Cases, and every visit, we will describe them: they are 6 in number, Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage 'on
article necessary for a complete Printing Office, a each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressing rivers, on favorable terms. The capital of the
supply of which, including type, ink, &c., &c., room attached to each, and are so arranged as to above company is large and invested in the safest
they keep constantly on hand. raise the water to any depth required; our Spring possible manner, and its settlement of losses has
ly Hoe & Co's Patent Single Cylinder Press, has affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of always been prompt and liberal. ,
of been recently much improved in many essential water per minute; the temperature of the water DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.. ,
he particulars, with a view to adapt it to first-rate is precisely 90 degrees. The analysis as taken by Apalacliicola, April S, 1.S-i.
)e, book printing, as well as excellent newspaper Dr. J. B. Cotting, State Geologist, is as follows: HE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
work. A coIi)Qide-rable iiumiber ofI these machines ee-IDSH NECMPNo atod
wok o ,sderbe bro these m"Height above the level of the sea,793 feet- T INSURANE COMPANY, of Hartford,
are now in daily operation in this city and else- quantity one wine pint, or 28,875 cubic inches- Conn., with full power to receive proposals and
where, doing the work very rapidly, and in a specific gravity 0,998-distilled water being 1,000. tissue policies on as favorable terms as other
superior manner. GASES-Carbonic' acid gas,.... 2 cubic inches.
ly The improvements in their Double Cylinder Sulphurate of Hydrogen,............. a trace. good offices, k prepared to insure against loss or
he Press, not only greatly increase its speed, but SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime,..... ..1 grain, damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In1
of render he press much more durable and less lia-: Carbonate of Iron,............ 35 grains, land risks. 'The reputation of this company foi-
)n. ble to get out of order. It is the ofliv machine Carbonate otf Magnesia,........10 09 grains, settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
adapted to the most rapid newspaper printing. The tempreraure of the.,Water, winter and sum- well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
They are also the manufacturers of the Patent mer, 90 degrees." Apalaicola, April S, 1S4.
j1 Washington and Smith Presses. which are so ex- A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly --=--
or tensively used by printers throughout the United for riding, three ,miles in length; it leads to the ADVERTISEMENT.
le States and Ca'nadas. They call the attention of summit of a Mountain, where you behold one of'. 1 LLM ER & Si ITH'S EUROPE-
Printers to their new Machine Card Press, with the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good V AN T I ME S.-During the time thii*
9 'r been TIeS.oDreiheng rdthe ptpime tors
which one boy can print 1500 cards in the best road has also heen made to the well known journal has been before theworld, the proprietors
style per day. Thbismachine is very simple, and COLD SPRING, only Pthslofa mile from the refer, with pleasure to the praise which it has
not liable to gtout of order: Its inking appara- Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it, elicited from, the press of England, Ireland; Scot-
gettus seenbe hefintcelandrn te S-'ot--,
ly tus is self-actingc. : to be the finest cold water:in the world. land, the United States, Canada and the West
irt The "Hoe" Co., also manufacture a Cylinder The amusements at the Springs are various.- Indies, and the encouragement it has received
)rn Job Press, of large foolscap size, which requires The Ball Room is opened nightly and the services from the public of the Utited States and Canada.
n- two boys to attend it, who at the same time drive of one of the best Musicians in this section of the Three essential features distinguish it from all'
the machine with their feet. It will print from country, is engaged to take charge of it. contemporaneous publications. ."'
1500 to 2000 impressions per hour, and do 'good We intend to devote our time exclusively this First-It contains a full, correct and compre-
work. season to the comfort of our visitors, and wehope hensive Shipping List, arranged on a plan so,0lainti
S The "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, and prin- to be able, between us, to please aji, and see that, and practicable, that "lie who runs may rad.'
ters generally, that no pains shall be spared to none go away dissatisfied. Mr. andMrs.Johnson Persons interested in the Marine of America'.may
by maintain the"' reputation of their establishment will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too, will turn in an instant to the informatilh which they
)a- and that all orders entrusted to them will receive give his whole attention. seek with the certainty of relying on its truth.
In- pri'omipt and careful attention. : Our charges will be the same as heretofore, It thus supercedesShipping Lists, and other ex-
iT" Editors and Proprietors will be supplied with $30, per month for Board and Lodging. Baths, pensive publications from Europe, some of which
estimates in detail for Printing Offices or Binder- free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and are six times the price of Willmer & Smith's
)e- ies, by informing us of the style and quantity of sold at fair prices. These Springs are 35 miles European Times." -?
he work which they desire to do. north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green- Secondly-It contains a Price Current of all the
lie Hoe & Co., manufacture Cast Steel, Mill, Pit, ville. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching ,great British and European markets, devoted
l- Cross-cut, Circular, and other Saws, a supply of here at all times, as the daily Stages connect principally to the articles of I rade and commerce
Ie which they keep c-1 nt.ciitly on hand. Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augusta. Macon more immediately appertaining to (he American
nd Jobbing arid.. 'ine \wvrk iin-geeraL- and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and continent, and in which the merchant, the trader
June 1st, 1844. Hacks run daily frombboth plaee' bief ,so 'there" and the-man or' businti; must feyl an immediate
N. B P ihrs of Newspaers in th n will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage interest. On the score of correctness,-the tabular-
ts tedNstatesBPublior Canada,hoNewspaperswill insertthisadver- also leaves 'Columbus three times a week by the figures, and the remarks accon-lanying_ the vari-
00 tisement three times before the 1st of next iJulyv way of Hamilton,for the Springs. ous markets, showing their actual condition, may
00and send one copy of thes i paper to us contain l The Proprietors will be ready to receive Comn- be relied on, and are in fact an authority with
75 it, will be entitle to the payment of their bills pany on the first May. 'most of the first houses in the principle cities of
Son purchasing four times the amountothereof SEYMOUR R. BONNER. the United States and Canada. ,
50on purchasing four times the amount thereof WILLIAM G. JOHNSON. Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the
50 11UNT'S MERCHANTS'MAGAZINE AND The Warm Springs are so well known that we American reader, in a concentrated state, and
500 X COMMERCIAL REVIEW, Established do think it necessary to trouble the public with a where the interest or importance of I he subject
50 July, 1839, by FREEMAN HUNT, Editor and long array of certificates, settingforth their claims demands it, in the most detailed arid ample form
00 Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumns, of about to the patronage of the invalid, as well as the every topic of political commercial, domestic and
800 pages each, completed. With the number man of healthand pleasure. We will therefore miscellaneous interest which has occurred in Eu-
50 for July, 1844, commenced the sixth year of the only invite the attention of the reader to thefol- rope, or elsewhere, since the departure of the
00 existence of this standard Periodical. It is the lowing letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell, of Colum- previous packet; especial regard being paid to.
25 only work of the kind in this or any other coun- bus: whatever is most connected with or relates to the
50 try; and, although mainly devoted to the interests COLUM'US, March 23d, 1844. political, social, arid commercial well-being of
50 and wants of the commercial and business corn- Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodating the Union, or the adjacent British province. In
50 munity, it has become an indispensable work of and courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of short, it takes a glance at every circumstance in
00 reference to the Statesman and Political Econo- Merriwether county-It is due the public who which the inhabitanus of the Great Western con-
00 mist throughout the commercial world. Its con- may wish to leave their own homes and firesides tent can possibly I'etl an interest. It puts the
00 tents embrace every subject connected with Corn- during the sickly season, to seek a place where Americrn reader in possession, the moment it
25 merce and Navigation; Agriculture and Manu- they can enjoy health, and all the comforts of comes to hand, of whatever has transpired during
25 factures; Currency and Banking; Fire and Mar- cultivated and refined society, to point them to the interval in Futope-personal, political and
00 ine Insurance; 'the Laws and Regulations of the Warm Springs.' In its Topographical situa- commercial. :
50 Trade, (including important decisions in the dif- tion, it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering It has already attained a very high character,
00 ferent Courts of the United States, Great Britain, place in the United States. The Medicinal vir- and may with great propriety be said to contain
00 France, etc.) tues ofits Waters from the Chemical analysis sub- the BEST PRICES CURRENT;. the BEST
00 It has and will continue to be the aim of the mitted to the public by the States Geologist, has SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUROPE-
00 Editor and Proprietor of the Merchants' Maga- aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu- AN NEWSPAPER which reaches this country
25 zine to 'avoid every thing of a party, political, or matism; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis; Diar- from England; for it comprises in a cor densed
25 sectional bias orn bearing, in the conduct of the rher; Dysentary; Dispepsy,. and all diseases of the form of twenty-four columns, every description of
25 work-opening its pages to the free and fair dis- skin and Kidneys. news of interest of America, which had transpir-
00 cussibn of antagonistic doctrines connected with In addressing this note to you sir, I have only ed in England and other Foreign, parts, frortm the
75 the great interests of Commerce, Agriculture, complied with the earnest solicitations of some sailing of the previous 'p to the hour of depar-
00 Manufactures, and trIe Currency. kind friends who have been either radically cured ture of the Steam ship which conveys the forth-
The Merchants' Magazine is published at No. or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Waters coming number. *:
142 Fulton street, New York, on the first of each of the Warm Springs. f3' { It will be sold at 12 cents per copy only.
month, at five dollars per annum, payable in ad- I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consi-' Amongst other numerous and flattering testi-
vance. A few complete sets of the work embac- deration your obedient servant, monials, the Boston Morning Post, sbys :-
ing ten semi-annual volumes of about 800 pages J. J. BOSWELL. "We are ereatlv indebted to this newspaper for


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=VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1844 ![:NUMBER+ 37. l

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SiERCIAL ADVERTISER CARD THOUGHTS ON DEATH. INCIDENT IN THE PENINSULAR WAR.BY .. said the boy, breathing quickly, and looking op

Life thou art gliding by; MRS. E. T. ELLET. .., into the general's face. p
PUBLISHED EVERY :MONDAYBY Wm. G. Porter & Co. Swiftly the seasons fly, It was a bloody and critical period of the war "And now," answered Morillo, depalTilt --
DEALERS. IN GOODS AND COMMISSION And each returning day brings death more. near- in the Peninsula, that Mc-rillo, then commandingthe father of such child is dangerous to Spain;
RDOIINGE: & J. L. WYMAN. :MERCHANTS.No. How can thy chains divide \ fifth Spanish army,about four thousand strong, he must pay the forfeit of his KfeP
How I aside The maimed child went forth from the
can lay prestoce
41 Water Street in conjunction with Penne Villemnr, passed down
-
The loves the that bind spirit here 1 of his inhuman the of
Once third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of nov25 ly .9palac1 icola, Fla. cares, my the Portuguese frontier to the Lower Guadiana foe. Presently report
& Chestnut streets, fire arms announced that he had witnessed the
Commerce
For I am not alone; intending to fall on Seville as soon as Soult should
McKay & Hartshornc, I The loved I call my own advance to the succor of Badajos. In the begin execution of his father 1
AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Are round me, and the voices of my home" ning of April, while the French were disheartened Must we blame the cruelty of individuals for
No. 40 Water Persuade here to stay such enormites? or not rather the'relentleu
PATABLE I.V ADVANCE. street, me ; the
by sudden of the fall of that city.-
noel Those winning tones-they say news spirit of war, that builds the glory of itshe- ',
Florida. up
Apalachicola
of ten lines or less (twenty lines Penne Villemur and Morillo, issuing out of Portugal -
jrertisements all-Oh leave alone.
; Thou art our us not roes on a scaffolding of death, and sacrifice'daily
;:more in proportion,) conspicuously inserted JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. crossed the Lower Guadiana and seized San to the projects of ambition the promptings cf htr
breath
Not in the
rates yielded Lucar de Mayor. This ten miles from
at the following J. Day'& Co., Lies the dread of death place was
Da rear ...$10 00 F!1 One month .... $2 50 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For the beloved and left woe ascends the; Seville, which was only garrisoned by a Spanish inanity
;:I m)aths.7 00 '! Three weeits.2 00 No. 52 Water street, For the unshielded years, prayer Swiss battalion in Joseph's service, aided by"Es- From a London Paper.
Three months,. ....5 00'J Two weeks.150 Jan3 ly Apalachicola Fla. For childhood's unmarked tears copeteros" and by sick and convalescent men.-
111'0 month.. ...4 OJ !,! One insertion,.....1 00 W. A. & P. C. Kaiii The motherless! alone in their despair.- The Spaniards soon occupied the heights in frontof DEATH OF QUEEN ELIZABETH.*
\"yen advertisements are sent without any special the Triana bridge, and attacked the French entrenchments A historical romance, lately published in Lcn
directions as to the number of insertions COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Will the prayer rise in vain ? hoping to raise a popular commo don, closes with the following striking scene, in
I here remain 1
No. Columbus Block.Apalachicola. May not
rewired, it will be understood that they are to 4 Will not our God a little longer tion. Ballasferos, on the other side, had advanced I. which the reader is introduced to the death bed '
be> published UNTIL FORBID they will therefore I That with recovered strength sjmre, i with eleven thousand! men,intending ,to fall .1 of Queen'Elizabeth. ,Her Majesty has summoeed
be continued at our discretion,and charged I Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to Prepared, I may at lengthGo on Seville from the left of the Guadaluivir.But Lucy Fenton to wait' upon her. The scene i*
according to the foregoing rates. Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also in hence, with hope unclouded by despair 1 the hopes entertained by the Spaniards, of I! powerful and melo-dramatic 3
Leul Advertisements of which the term of pub- store. novl ly 'here being speedly in possession of Seville,were cut off The Queen lay in her bed ; she had ordered her
hcatto.1: is fix d.b'law, will only be exceptedfrom D. B. Wood & Co., ,Strangers Sojourners our fathers we are were-; by a piece of deceit. False information adroitly attendants not to draw the curtains over her win. i '
: the above: rule. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.No. A fleeting shadow emblem of our days. given by a Spaniard in the French interest, led dows, and she watched the leafless trees waving
Tothoss who alvcrtise by the year a liberal dis 29 Water street. God of the earth and sea Ballasteros to believe Sault was close at hand ; to and fro before them, and the ruddy amelof her
cOJIt'ill: : be made; but all advertisements not janl Apalachicola, Fla. Our lives are hid in Thee- I whereupon he immediately returned to the Ronda; fire dancing upon the tapestry. Elizabeth had
strictly pertaining to their own business, as Through life-in death-Thy love surrounds our while Penne Villemur, "also warned that the sunk into that partial torpor in which, though the i
well as ail legal advertisements sent in by them, Harper & Holmes, ways. French would soon return, retired to Gibraleon. mind has not altogether yielded to the influence S
will be charged at the usual rates. COMMISSION :MERCHANT, Then with submissive trust, This disappointment and failure in the execution of sleep, the memories, the visions that pass over
ill anno'-ncements: of candidates for office, will No. 51 Water street, I, Let "dust return to dust" of a favorite project, cherished for many it,have the indistinctness of a dream. A lon train t
be charged! FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass, jan29 Apalachicola, Fla. Earth's riven chains: shall set the spirit free- months, irritated beyond control the naturally severe of shadows flitted before the mental eye of Elizabeth t
oayallu in all cases in advance. Let no vain murmur rise, temper of M rillo. It was evening; and the ; there was the fair face of Gertrude Harding A
All t.n: 1unication3. (when admissible,) of a David G. Raney, No sad tears dim the eyes division of the army under him were encamped and another face as fair: the features too of the
lal individual nature, or puffs of new COMMISSIONS FORWARDING MERCHANT. That, closed to life, may soon a brigher see. some hours' march on their retreat. Preparations ill-fated Essex rose to blight her in her sleep but
Pinvention goods &c. will be for AND DEALER' IN GOODS, might have been for execution ever those female faces .
charged as Know that the "Lord is God"- seen a military ; were present even ;'
advertisements, at our discretion. jan29 tin No.*43, Water street.Apalachicola Fla. Bow to the chastening rod ; and a couple of prisoners, captured in their last when the others had passed away. Suddenly
Our Father's house has many mansions fair, skirmish, were according to the cruel practice of Elizabeth started up-she was wide awake, but
{(:$- The following gentlemen are our authori- B. Ellison & Co., Where the beloved of earth many chiefs in those times, to be put to death- an unutterable horror had seized upon her soul;
::j aents; and they are empowered to receiptfr DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, Shall gain a holier birth, The captives were guarded by a file of soldiers, -any thing to escape from that bed ; and when
the pd..vme.lt of any subsriptions, advertise- AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And all "the image ot"the heavenly" bear. and the executioners, waiting the word of command her dismal shriek had summoned her attendantsto

cant or other printing, to be forwarded to us:- No. 33 Water street, T to draw up, were leaning on their weapons, her apartment, they found |her standing in
B. G. ALDERMAN, Marianna, Fla. declly Apalachicola, Fla. THE CATHEDRAL OF MILAN.Of and talking over the events of the last two days. her night dress on the floor, her hands clenched,
J. S. SANCHEZ, St. Augustine, Fla. E. R. FLEWELLEN. M. M. BUTT. all Churches in the world, not even except- Just then one of the inferior officers, returning her eyes fixed as in a convulsion, and specks of t
JAS. PENN, St. Joseph;Fla. Flewellen &: Butt, ing Sf. Peter's, the Cathedral of Milan is the to his tent after giving some order to the men, foam upon her parted lips. It was a frightful
X. BAKER, Brown's Ferry, Fla.A. FACTORS & COMMISSION Queen. Imagine a marble pyramid miraculously was interrupted by a boy apparently ten years of spectacle, the strongly marked but withered fear,
S. GREENWOOD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga.: MERCHANTS.No. sprouting and shooting up from every part of its age, who, seizing his hand,and speaking in an accent tures and stony blue eyes of the miserable Queen. ? "
Columbus Block, I IApalachicola j surface, spires, pinnacles and statues, and you slightly foreign, besought him, with piteous But what needs it to prolong the description of
CARDS. Fla. will have a better idea of this most glorious entreaties: to procure him admittance to the gene scenes so horrible ; the struggles of a soul which
i : (to- Liberal advances made on Cotton shippedto Duomo than by comparing it with any other ral. The officer found, on inquiry, that he was had used its greatness to destroy; and which,summoned -
--- New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 6m Church. "None but itself can be its parallel.' the son of one of the prisoners, a soldier distinguished to quit that world it hath too much loved, ,
K. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUMBUS, &c.&c. The Cathedral of Cologne is indeed inspired by for his eminent personal bravery, who shrunk from the contemplation of its past career.
A D ,r E R.TIS. E 1 E NT S.. Kimbrough & Itidgway,; the same feeling and akin in some of its details, had not been taken, even when overwhelmed by No entreaties could prevail upon the wretched '
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING but it is the bare single rose, while here in the numbers, without giving and receiving many se- Queen to return to her bed ; she raved,screamed
Y IS] rn :& &,m i1 m.m ill &D0. MERCHANTS. more luxuriant soil and more balmy sky of Italy, vere wounds. and wept at the proposal. Cushions were brought,
X' 136 Water Sr SO Pine street. Apalachicola, Florida. the flowers put forth so many new leaves and so This soldier, weary and wounded, but invinci- and upon them she was extended; bitterly bemoaning
NEW YORK, WM. H. KIMBROUGH. ) doubles and redoubles its petals, that the luxuriant ble in courage and spirit, for he scorned to ask the her miserable fate, and refusing all refreshment ,
JOHN I. RIDGw AY. ) double of Milan of his to suffer and consolation. '
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor. rose can scarcely recognizeits clemency conqueror was now
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to prototype in the single wild flower of Cologne.This death with his companion in misfortune. The Who does not know that for ten days the Unhappy -
Jas. L. Francis, our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or ''I mountain of marble sends out flying buttresses terrible order had been given, for Morillo would Queen thus remained, still refusing to enter s
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER Havre. decl ly on both sides, and arched bridges connect not be impeded in his march by prisoners; ; and he her bed. The Bishops, and the Lords of the ,

.Vu. 22GJ Bowery, near Rioington st. T. H. &; C. II. Austin, them with the main mass. From the front, also, so hated his country's enemies, that the bravest Council, alike in vain entreated her to alter this
NE TYORK .novlly COMMISSION MERCHANTS, six buttresses project and rise above the sloping and most generous among them could have foundno resolution. To Lucy Wiloughton,whom shestill Y r. "
No. 50 Water street, j summit of the body of the Church. All these mercy at his hands. The prisoner's little boy, detained in attendance; she expressed strong:indignation
Andrew S. Cooke, Apalachicola.Liberal are filled with statues,'each riaBtf Ache of its refusing to be separated from his f&her,had been against Secretary,Cecil, the son of her

COMMISSION* : MERCHANT, ,advances made on Cotton shipped to own, and from each buttresses me pinnacles on sufl'erecbJ the Spaniards to follow him. old favorite Burleigh.
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st. New York noel ly pinnacles, and spire branching from spire, each You shall see the general,boy, since you wishit I He telleth the people, Mistress Wiloughtonsaid i
New Orleans, La. crowned with statues, so that the whole churchis ," said the officer in reply to the child's passionate said Elizabeth, 'that I am mad ; but I am not
l Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, Thos. L. Mitcuel, covered with a marble population of Saints and entreaties ; but he will not grant your mad ; oh, would to God that I were !'
j jinlotinov Apalachicola, Fla. COMMISSION; & FORWARDING Angels. The whole front is also embossed with father's life. San Lucas! but these French dogs Gracious madam, be comforted !' said Lucy, f
MERCHANT.No. sculptures in high relief wherever the statues have given us too much trouble already!" who was moved by the pitiable condition of the
SKEPiSD T. LIPl'J'JcorrVlI.. H. WYATT. 33 Water st. Apalachicola. have left room, and these pictures carved in stone They entered the general's tent; Manila, by Queen. .. t,
LipIiucottV'att, dec ly record the various scenes and events in sacred the light of lamp burning on the table, was read- ( Do not then mock me fair dame, with such .
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, history with more distinctness and expressionthan ing a despatch he had just received. Two of his empty words,' replied Elizabeth : 'had they poor t
No. 2 New Levee and Tchoupitoulas st., Dodge &; Gardner, could any words. Between them are fantas- officers stood near him ; there was no one else in COUSin seen me thus, she had known me better '
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, tic heads, smiling and frowning on you like mischievous the tent. The brow of the chief was contracted, than to talk of comfort. Alas, why does her face I{
No. 40 Water street, sprites ; and among other whims of the and his eyes flashed as if what he read displeasedhim still pursue me ?=God knows how bitterly I -
J. W. Woodland & Co. declS Apalachicola, Fla. sculptor is a female head, covered with a marble ; and he looked up with an impatient excla- mourned her fate :but it cometh, it cometh for

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Samuel Scl1i "er. veil, through which you seem to see features, mation as the officer; entered with the boy. The ever, and still accompanied by another,which my ':
No. IS Commerce street, WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER, which in reality, have never been chiseled out. child, as soon as Morillo was pointed out to him, soul sickeneth to behold.' While Elizabeth spoke, a
New Orleans, La. novl ly No. 49 Water street. Days might be given to the study of all these devices rushed forward and knelt at his feet. entered Sir Robert Cecil,with the Lord Admiral, r
janl Apalachicola, Fla. and at every visit much would be found What does this mean?" demanded the gene- a relation of the Queen : they came to entreat that ,
Thomas Bertram both new and beautiful. But, great as is your ral. she would suffer herself to be conveyed to bed. 1\,\
COMMISSION MERCHANT, W. A. Wood, admiration while you are below, you find when "Spare him spare my father !" sobbed the Elizabeth looked round shuddering at her costly .
No. 54 Common street. COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT, ... couch. 0h I' she exc1aimed.Ob '
you mount to the roof, that you had not seen the youthful applicant. never, never -
NEW ORLEANS. novI ly AND SHIP CHANDLER, tithe of its splendors. A winding staircase con- The officer explained 1m relationship to one of Cecil, if thou hadst seen there what I have '
BUILDINGS. No. 23 Water street, ducts you up, and you find that the same lavish the prisoners about to be executed. seen, thou wouldst not drive thy mistress to that i,
"BLUE TRIANGLE
STORES" Apalachicola. novl ly and tasteful labor is given to the most secludedand Ah that reminds me." said the chief. -look. couch of horrors !" *_ '
Thos. ;ITI. Doyle & Co. Moore & McKenzie, I: seldom seen portions, as to the most conspi- ing at his watch : "Pedro:nine is the hour.. Let I What has your Grace there beheld ?said Ce
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I. cuous. The artists seem to have been deeply Im- them be punctual, and have the business soon cil ; 'have you seen the dwellers of another
In* 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee, No. 32 Water street, pressed with the feeling that nothing was too good over." ... world?'
and at 1\0.20 Natchez street, Apalachicola. ti for the service of the Divinity, to whom their labors Again, with moving entreaties, the child besought I Nay !l' answered Elizabethr 'assuredly that i*
N. ORLEANS. M. MOORE. ) were consecrated. The slabs which cover his fathers life. an idle question, and beneath our notice.'
JOHN
"Did father send thee hither' asked the In sooth Grace must retire'to bed. persisted
WM. A. MCKENZIE, 5 novl ly the roof, and on which you walk, are of fine mar- thy your
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL- ble. The backs of the statues, which can be general, sternly. Cecil, 'if it be but satisfy the affection of
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and Farrior & Co. seen only with particular pains, are found to be "No, senor, he did not." your people!' tAt -
Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly on COMMISSION AND FORWARDING as highly finished as the fronts. The richest ornaments And how darest thou, then-?"' these words, the embers of an almost extinguished
had, a good assortment, of the above as follows: MERCHANTS, are in the most out-of-the-way corners, My father has done nothing to. deserve fire again blazed in the heart of Elizabeth .
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; No. Water-street, and every thing shows that the workmen felt death," answered the lad. He is a prisoner of ,and lighted up her worn features with something ,
White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red; nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla. themselves engaged in a labor of love. war." of the dignity of old ;she raised herie1f'D .
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black; Every part of the roof seems perfectly alive Ha! who taught thee to question my justice? her cushions.Must '
Chrome Green and Saxon do; S. B. Hamilton, with statutes. Each of the spires and pinnaclesand answer me !" ,I !' she exclaimed ; is must a word to be .
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black; DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING, each of their branches bears a colossal statue. "No one, senor; but brave generals do not al addressed to princes ?' Little man, little man,'
Green and Blue Verditter; No. 47 Water street, Among the rest is placed one by Canover, and ways kill their prisoners." .1! ;$ thy; father, if he. had been alive, durst not have ;1used
Chrome Yellow and Orange do; decl ly Jlpalachicolat Fla. the fact that this passes unnoticed among the rest "I kill whom I choose!" thundered" Morillo; that word. *But alas! alas! continued the
"and I hate French. father shall die.I QueenVt'ingm her hards, and speaking in agreat r
FINE! COLORS:Ultamanne and Cobalt; is! a sufficient proof of the great merit of all. The Boy/thy '
callow Lake and Crimson do; N. Miller & Co. inhabitants of this city of marble Saints are now have said it-begone!" tone of deep dejection; 'thod art grown
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian! Red; DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, nearly seven thousand in number. Thirty-five The officer fiade silent sign to the petitioner, presumpous, because thou knowest that:I shall '
Chinese Vermillion; English do; HATS, &c. additional ones were raised to their places on the to intimate that there was no hope, and that he die!' ,
Vandyke Brown Turkery Umbre; Corner Water and Chesnut streets, day of my last visit, and when designs are fully must. gone. But the boy's countenance suddenly 'God madam, be comforted, said the LordAdmiral
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do; Apalachicola. nov! ly carried out, ten thousand statues each differentand : anged. He walked up to the general, who again approaching the Queen.
Crocus Martis ; Mineral Green each} of itself a model will people this noblestof (b turned away, and placed himself directly before She again raised herself with Lucysassistance,
;
Emerald and Paris; Green &c., &c. H. R. Wood, Cathedrals. The readers of Wordsworth will I him, with a look of calm resolution worthy of and grasping him by the hand! she looked him
OILS &BRUSHES-Linseed, Oil Do. boiled; NOTARY PUBLIC, remember this fine allusion in his poem on "The i a martyr. piteously in the face, then bursting into tears, she
Spirit Oil; No. 31 Water-street, Eclipse of the Sun on Lake Lugano," to the;darkness "Hear me, senor," said he; "my father is exclaimed'My Lord, my Lord, I am tied with ;
Hint Brushes Turpentine from; No.Sperm 1 to 6,000,000; ; marl jy Apalachicola, Fla. shading, as with sorrow, the faces those greyheaded; he is wounded; his strength is failing an iron collar about my neck'; I am tied fast, and
Saints and Cherubs. even .now, though he stands up to receive the the case is altered with me!
Varnish do. of all sizes; P. Hobart, j/; From time the Queen gradully sunk, falling -
and and this
fire of men. I am strong,
vast your young :
The interior of the Dumo, presents' expanse -
Sash Tools from No. S Badger Hair; DEALER IN
1 to
; MANUFACTURER AND which released her from those
and let into
with mosaics of varied colors roofed well. Let them shoot me in his place: my a lethargy:
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round; CABINET FURNITURE, paved father free." mental torments which it had wrung the compassionate -
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes; Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street, with elaborate fret-work, and divided drawn isles.by Gothic The It was go impossible to doubt the sincerity of this heart of Lucy to behold; during this lethargy c
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, land 1| in long dec4 ly Apalachicola. columns and arches into long surrounded at their I offer, for the face of the devoted child was kin- sheY3.S placed in her bed.; As her end ms ;
massive columns are
and
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes; lofty dark flush rushedto evidently fast approaching, the Lord Keeper -
with enthuiasm. A
Michael A. Myers, mein harmony with dled a holy now
Marking Brushes, round and flat; AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, tops by statues of holy farther end, pulpits of dark the brow of Morillo and for a moment he looked the Admiral, and the Secretay Cecil, were
AUCTION
those outside. At the
and
crabing Shoe brushes; by the Council to learn Elizabeth's will
the in silence. deputed r
Makers do No. 28 Water street, bronze embrace two of the'pillars, and are sup- on boy ,
Mahogany, Stained and Patent ; to her successor. Lucy Wiloughton,
die at he said with regard
and SATURDAYS.H. bronze- of the four Thou art willing to length ,
Sale WEDNESDAYS figures
Whitewash Days-
ported
and Mop do by gigantic the Queen during her intervals of consciousness
; of the Church "for thy father? Then, to suffer pain for him whom k
Dusting. Fancy and Shaving brushes Evangelists and the four Doctors had commanded to remain her.
; near
I R. Wood, their reverend will be nothing. Wilt thou lose one of thy ears
Clothes and Hair do; Grate and Horse do; AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT, leaning forward and bearing: upon At the to save him ?" stood by the side of the royal conch. The Queen
Fancy Fearer Dusters shoulders the superstructure. extreme took notice when the Kings of Scotland and
; I I will was the firm reply. no
No. 31 'Vatcr street, of
CAeI' windows painted glass,
end three immense
white Coach do are mentioned those lords: then they
; France were by
; Apalachicola Fla. and Lend me thy sword, Pablo; and, in an instant ;
marl and ,
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do; ly each containing a hundred fifty sacred panes at one blow, the general struck off the boy's spoke of the heir of the house of Suffolk,the Lord
Mastic for Pictures: &c. SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER. each pane being a picture of some them story., the ear. The victim wept, but resisted not; nor raised Beauchamp the son of Lady Catherine" Grey,and
"NDOW GLASS--2,303: boxs assorted sizes of Seward Dill & Co. When the morning sun strikes through had melt- his hand to wipe away the streaming blood. the Earl of Hartford, to whom' Elizabeth had
the artist
English and American. AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, colors glow and gfitter as.if and So far, good: wilt thou lose the other ear?' always borne strong antipathy. At this name she
;?>" Mixed Paints of all colors,for Steam Boats, No. 29, Water street. ed in the glass aU the rubies, emeralds sap- I will, to save my father!'* answered the boy, started,and the dullness of death seemed tovanishfrom
'P pin Sand Plantation use; together with a Liberal advances made on all consignments phires of Golconda. convulsively. her wild blue eyes; while she "fiercely ex
J ety of articles in the Painting line, too num- (:J- and business entrusted to them will be the funds of the Order Morill o's eyes flashed. The heroism of a child claimedI will hare no rascal's son in my seat;
*w'i5' to_mention. ]y6 I 1 Y promptly attended to ocr On the first instant consisted of upwardsof compelled even his admiration; but unmoved from none but a k'shall sit upon the throne of Eliza ,

ERIE PORK.-12-.r bbls.r Prime Pork,just redived Refers to-LAICT & REAP, Bostoq. of one Odd million Fellows of in money England; the, supposed income is his cruel purpose,he smote off the other ear with beth and who!'should that be but our. cburin. the' .

and for sale byDODGE GARY COOK; Portland, Me.S. 230,000. The increase nf member for the last! his still reeking sword. : I. KingofScote;
"
Hallowcll.Ap'1chicola And ', She never poke again.
WHITTITR, Th"r"a a dad silence < nIJ" senor
& GARDNER, year..has been over 25,000.:; ) I
ly
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UOJmERUJAt iJVERiISEllLI CANAL ACROSS THE FLORIDA PENIN- a mile. and completed at a rate --
of more than a mile in a wfeek. It is therefore FROM MEXICO.
SULA. By the Mexi
=: probable that an expense of about two millions of "schooner Rosita; from

I APALACHIOOLA, MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1844. We call the attention of our readers to the dollars would complete a large ship canal across I (J New Cruz,Orleans whence she sailed on the 5th inst.,(sani':

following article'copied from the Boston Mer- the peninsula, connecting the waters of the Gulf '., 21 of Mexican Bulletin.) we have received OUrf;

OJ- We are indebted to M. SCOTT, Jr., Deputy cantile Journal," relative to cutting a canal across of Mexico and the Atlantic, which will be a vast The papers to that date. 004CI
contain
Collector at the..port of St. Marks, for a table of the Florida Peninsula. brought benefit to the commerce of the United States in ment of papers the nothiug regarding the
The was indemnity to
subject the
u peace and in the event of a war will afford almost Umted State
"
the exports of Cotton from that port and a state- : before Mr. Second some months past due.
Congress as far back as 21 and 25, by incalculable advantages.Aew Edition. They are burdened;''-

ment of the stock on hand, at that place and Newport i' Webster, for the purpose of ascertaining if sucha ly tion with the remarks and extracts touching'the re-*
by American
on the first inst. and S GcJ- Invention.-Mr. James B. Lipp advertises Senate of the Treaty *
Tuesday
route was practicable. After a earful survey Morning, 9 o'clock, a. m. nexation. at .
through the Cincinnati Gazette that he The
examination two routes were recommended; viz : proposed campaign
The Weather.-For several days past we have against the II
one from the St. river to Apalacbicola t has invented an improvement on the I Steam Engine department of Texas: is also a subject rerol
been visited by heavy squalls from the N. E. It Mary's and of of
the other from St. John's river to Vacassausa Bay. -changing its'whole features, simplifyingits TRE1llINBoiJsGALE. variety of official papers. The faff
has at last settled into a steady rain, which is now is the proportion of men to be

failing torrents, deluging our streets with wa- The route from the St.Mary's to Apalachicola.was construction, and adding a large per cent to department. furnished bv

regarded not only practicable, but is said to possess mechanical efficacy. Mexico.. . ..8,000 Michoaca.
Centre has ..
I ter. street in particular quite a Venetian GREAT LOSS ....
OF PROPERTY Jalisco . .1_
>
bill for 4,000 Vera
The some reason or Cruz. .
appearance, and bids fair to be soon capableof many advantages. ocr The receipts of the New York Customhouse Puebla.. . 3,800 ....J.QJ.)
Durango.. .
acted It is ...
floating gondolas. This is i the season for heavy other was never finally upon. a matterof ,- from the 1st to the 20th of August, Guanajuata. .3,000 .. 601
As anti Chihuahua.. .
was ipated :
: gales, and the wind is watched with considerable great importance and worthy of the attention amounted to 2210000. yesterday morning we were San Luis PotosI..lSOO Sinaloa. . ..S.... :$)j

I, anxiety. All who have the care of exposed property and examination of our Government, and we call visited last evening by a tremendous Gale, which Zacatecas.. . .1,600 Aguascolientes..,.....
((,- Jesse Bushyhead Chief Justice Queretara. . .
upon our Delegate at the next session, to urgeit of the has done extensive S .600
t are making preparations to meet them. Supreme Court of the Cherokees, died at the damage throughout the city. Oajaca . 2,000 ,
Some, who weather-wise, think the upon Congress.It It commenced Some 2,500 of the y
prospect blowing from the N. E. above complement
Cherokee about
!
Mission the three
has lately been stated that a route for a rail on 17th July. are to be
is that our September gales will be severe. We road has recently been surveyed across the Florida o'clock: and gradually increased to a perfect huri- dragoons.The whole '

hope they may be mistaken. The city is per- peninsula. The establishment of a railroad CG- Commodore Dallas, of the U. S. Navy, Mexican fleet (save the two if*
cane, till about mers at New York under
healthy and I would doubtless be attended with advantages Eicd on board the U. S. Savannah half-past five, when it suddenly repairs,) were Ijj
fectly frigate
we are expecting an early return many in Cal- Vera Cruz, and we learn verbally that t

l} of business and of absent citizens. ;- but- the construction. of a- large-ship- channel. lao Bay, on the third of June, from n attack of lulled, and became a dead calm, which continued able portion of the crews are Englishman, a conj fe
would be a noble wonc{, ana :suienaeu with immense about npfrarte Amprtpans. andft'
hour-the
parallysis. an wind then
ocr; By a letter from a friend in New York, benefit to the country. Indeed, we con- ,. hauled round to The Diario del Gobierno
not but wonder that public opinion has not long I CO- The case of the State the N. W. and blew with extreme violence tains (l\Iexicanofficial)tea.
who is in the favor of the Democratic party, wei vs. McLean, for the till :: the diplomatic correspondence between
i since urged the of
such ft j
learn, that in consequence of the refusal of Mr. I the general government.accomplishment a workby murder of Major Floyd, was entered into at St. 8 o'clock, when it ceased altogether. The tin Mexican Government and the French, Sp
and British
Wright to run, they, the party, have determined A ship canal across the peninsula would shorten Louis, on the 13th ult. and a jury empanneled. roofs of the brick stores, torn in pieces, were execution of ministers SANTMANAT, relative and to the the sulI1lnarJ

to forward and elect him the distance to New Orleans at least a thousand men whole.
bring Mr. Van Duren companied him in the late
the State miles, and enable vessels to avoid the dangerous Qd- The old frigate Hudson, which was sold flying in the air like scraps of paper-boards, basco. The French expedition agaimtf..
Governor of the State, and thus secure minister protests
volens. navigation through the New Providence Channel, by Government, for less than $GOOO, bids fair to bricks, and. every thing which the wind could execution of sixteen of the number against tin
nolens
for who
Messrs. Polk and Dallas, |
over and around the Bahama and Salt Key Banks, a great speculation. The French 1ftre
prove purchasers have reach subjects, without a full and
were sent in thorough
the keys and shoals the southern flying every direction. For- triil)
on coast of Florida -
mercantile house in found the lower of her hull as guaranted in the treaties between
We indebted
03-:: are to a and the part perfectly sound, the fat
Colorado and other reefs on the coast tunately no lives were lost, and little countries. The had
this city, for the following copy of a letter, dated of Cuba. There is probably no navigation, with and it is to be converted into a coal barge. They very bodily King of the French subject, the Mexicans been referred to the

PENSACOLA, Aug. 31, 1844. the exception, perhaps, of some of the passages to will clear $10,000 by their purchase. injury sustained, though several had very narrow ed to discuss the question any farther having dij .

: Gents-The ship Sobieski.Capt. Gay, two days the China seas, more difficult and dangerous than escapes. minister, whom they accuse of with t the

I out from your port, '" a leak, and was run the route from any port in Europe or the Atlantic {OiAn: ear of corn, says the New Orleans Picayune heat than judgment in the acting with Don

ashore about three miles from the east end of St. States to New Orleans, or, indeed, any port in the containmg 1,020( grains, was raised this The following is a list of Brick Stores on Water of the Frenchmen premises.have The head
1tosa.Island. She is 50 yards from shore m 18 Gulf oV! Mexico. Nor are the dangers confined season on the Plantation of Mr. John Wharey, were to been stuck a
to Jackson in that street that were injured:-N os. 4 and 5 the roofs poles and exhibited but for the
; feet water, and will he a total loss except sails and shoals, reefs and keys, which abound in the Flori- near State. strenuous inter.
rigging. There will be only about 800 bales of the da What say our Jackson folks to off No. 6 vention of Thomas Marin, the commander of nj
I cotton saved. The steamer Creole aud pilot boat seas-the current of the Gulf Stream, caused by this cannot they ; formerly occupied by Mr. F. \V. Ser- Mexican squadron.The } .

1 Relief, have gone to her assistance. an coast immense of Central volume America of water by the forced upon the beat f it ? Let us_try___!________ rell as a cotton press warehouse, }half the front reply to the protest of the Spanish 1I1 nis.
Yours &c. never-ceasing i ter is that
no foreign be it
action of. the trade For the wall down and the country, ever so pow.
Commercial
winds
sets strongly from the Advertiser. rpof gone. The Southern erful, has a right to what shall shall '

flcj-c The Exports of Cotton from the port ofSt. Carribean Sea and the Bay of Honduras into the Mr. EditorAs your readers may possibly Coffee House was entirely stript to the second the law of the Mexican say republic: "or Mexico notbe'
na4a
) t' Marks, for the year ending 31st ult., was Gulf of Mexico through the narrow strait which have never heard or read the speech of the Chair- : her own laws, and puts them in execution."
(
separates Cuba from Yucatan thence story, the roof and wall
: 20,955 bales, of which 9G3 bales were received to the eastward, it rushes ; diverging man of the Committee of Improvement upon the falling inwards. The The answer to the British minister i i. mere
along between the
H S here, and Included in our table of exports. coasts of Cuba and Florida, until its progress in resolution to grade Water street with sand, I will stores of H. R. Taylor, D. B. Wood & Co., P. W. I subject courteous.in the It states that there was but one Britiii

1,1 Shipped from Apalachicola. . . .121,613 that direction. impeded by the Bahama Banks give them the substance as nigh as I can recollect, Cullen, T. H. &C. H. Austin, Harper & Holmes, I name of Wm. Patterson expedition,and, an that Irishman hevas immediately of tit

II II St Marks I I S . . 20,855. and also the by immense the strong Archipelago current which in that is quarter almost, and or at least, what it might have been:- Fluellen & Butt, and the Waverly House, had put at liberty. The President," the note-
"
ever
states deemed it
r. 142,465 setting to the westward, through what is termed is Gentlemen-The of more importance resolution than a which I now offer, their roofs blown off: The roofs of \V. A. Wood this fact, for the satisfaction necessary of to the give British assurance Govern of
great
\ Received here from St. Marks . . 963 the Old Bahama Channel. It then turns to the many people ment and "
think it is. I am considerable of and A. Wylie's stores and people.
ot No.6
It *. northward and passes along the whole American a judge such Columbus block,
matters myself, and Gen. Ampudia has been ordered to take .
profess to know
'I coomand !
Total Florida coast,until it meets a barrier formed by Long Island something were slightly injured. The
shipments from for the about them. While you have been on this com rear roof of Nourse in the expedition against Texas. His place
Nantucket
Shoals
r year ending 3lst ult::: . . . .141,505Stock : which diverts its course to, the George's eastward Bank, along, &c.the, mittee, all of you have been benefited, at the ex & Stone's, the front roofs of Lockhart &, Young'sand I as Maria\ Governor Sandoval.of Tobasco has been supplied by Joe!
of the in
city,
pense some True
shouthern way. I have
of
edge the Grand Bank may
I Cotton hand 1st inst. of Newfound been but of A. T. Bennett's stores, are off. H. D. We have received
k of on land, until the current, so myself; you see it's necessary for no intelligence as to the time

i St. Marks . . . . .. 100 bales. imperceptibly in the constantly Atlantic in expanding the vicinity, is Water street to be graded. Well, that this is i Darden's store was entirely demolished to the when the expedition is proposed to be put under

I Newport . . . . . 131 cc (,the Azores. necessary you will all admit-very true, very true. second i marching orders. Only a portion of the amnroni.
I' Apalachico1a.,3 cc This current of the Gulf Stream is in Shells would be better, but it is for my interest to story. tion ordered from abroad had been received.. It i

I the neighborhood of the Bahamas. irregular It is acted have it graded with sand. You see, the sand on All the dwelling.houses and stores, on Commerce is not therefore, probable that any thing will k

Total stock on hand in Florida, 1st upon by the winds, and other circumstances Centre street is so much higher that it carries attempted before fall, nor until the arrival of the
the ,water right under house. street, in the rear of the brick buildings steamers from New York.
inrtant . . . . . 240 which it is now unnecessary to explain and some- derman my [Here an Al The Governor of
times runs at the rate of rose and said-But then the people were but slighly injured California has: applied to San.
three or four miles an may owing no doubt to their
ta Anna
u think that it is a great niece of follv. for force to enable him to drive off
- ((:J- Seizure.The New York Custom House hour, while at other times it can hardly be and if wn sane
,, per. wish to get.this office being thus protected. American emigrants lately settled the i
we shall .j on Kb
fiaving received information that nine bales of ceived. It is this which puzzles the most skilful Adzakly so-but again get no votes. Sacramento. |
navigator renders his you see I thought of that-I've The roof of the --------- I
nicest Piazza
calculations useless,, and a portion of the
_ raw silk was shipped on board the Sheridan at I looked out for that. The people- have I
and causes the loss of yes, they
many vessels,with valuable Important ./lrrest.-Great
Liverpool, without being entered in the manifest, cargoes, and not unfrequnetly causes the destruction been most too inquisitive about our operations of gable end of the City Hotel, were carried away. Haul of Caunltr.

_ the ship was examined on her arrival there, and of many valuable lives. The number of vessels late, and it is.l. l but to put a stop to it. That is The Mansion} House escaped with a loss onlyof feit Money.The Cincinnati Commercial! gins
another thiugi KWhich the sand will benefit the following account of
the silk being found"pn board, it was seized by which sustain partial damage, or are totally us. a highly important arrest -
What
r better wy could a small portion of the shed of the
probably have
been invented
lost piazza made in
on the Bahama Banks, or Florida Keys, may being that city:
the U. S. authorities. for
throwing dust into their
I be computed at least 75 or 80 annually, with a L blow directly into their and eyes I ? It will carried away, and the tops of one or two chim- Marshal Saffin and Constable Hurst arrested
sacrifice of eyes reckon
Louisiana Cotton.-The editor of the N. 0. property amounting to nearly or quite will not be apt to pry into our they neys blown down. on Saturday afternoon Joseph L. Tincher, Esq.
.f a million of dollars Now all this loss of proceedings as who is in
,- Picayune says, from what we have seen of the and much of the property much as they have, and we shall have the satis- now jail, for having large quantities
delay caused this intricate The roof of the counterfeit
by i Engine House and in his
of the money also
_ cotton crop in the Eastern part of this State, and navigation, could be avoided by the constructionof I faction, too, of knowing that they have to pay part and other utensils for making possession Indiana plats
I for it. Tennessee
,
roof of the ,
from what we have heard of it in the other upland a ship canal between the Gulf of Mexico and a Ice House, were blown off. Kentucky and Missouri. Also those well
executed
port on the northern coast of Florida on the At That the able and patriotic gentlemen, who The front of the
sections, we anticipate an abundant crop. house occupied by Mr. Clark, Wheeling o's mentioned in another column
lantic. If this work were accomplished, in the compose the Committee of i by Mr. T. S. Goodman
Improvements & Co. These
were offices
It is true that great destruction has been done to event of as a shoe store-the
war Cuba if building recently
possessed by a hostile occupiedby have been
power guided by infinite wisdom indefatigable in ferrctin out this
_ it by crevasses and overflows on the margin of would no longer be the key of a large portionof superior judgment and Mr. Jamison and and those connected with him. map 1
when a portion of the front of the This Tincher B 1J
great
foresight,
the great and some of the lesser rivers, but the our navigation and commerce.A they adopted the resolution to the same person arrested by Mr. Saffin in New J
project of this kind remove the sand from before the Market Coffee House, lately Mr Jas. .
_1 aggregate yield notwithstanding will be greater was many years since! Chairman's build- occupied by Albany, Indiana some year or two ago for coosterfaiting -

than that of last year by several thousand bales. sion brought of':2 before 1 and 'Congress.25 Mr. Webster As long offered ago as the ses ing, and place it on Water street and the wharves, Gibson, was blown do\\ but got clear there by some freak of the ,1
resolution law.
a
cannot be doubted. But the He is said to be the ringleader of all
idea of the counterfeiting -
to provide for the examination and of said The house, owned and occupied by Mrs. Roan, ]
I
-- survey in
these
.q Singlar Adventure.-Last week a young the peninsula of Florida, for the purpose of ascer Chairman appointing but two drays to perform so above mentioned going on parts. The officers c
had
_ (1 man, while hunting on Vincent's. Islands, laid taining whether it be practicable to unite the At extensive and so important a work is in the i both chimneys blown down, and was otherwise ious money in Tincher's recovered House about situated$14.000inspcr.Fifth 1

I down upon his blanket in,the shade of a tree and l antic Ocean ,and the Gulf Mexico by a ship highest degree absurd. At the rate the work slightly injured. street, near Stone street, and ,it is supposed on ;:

4 being very tired, soon dropt'If.into a sound sleep canal tine, or to from run from the mouth the neighborhood of St. John's of river St. Augus.the has been going on it will take at the least calculation The house occupied by Mrs. Stewart, was leveled burnt large quantities while they were getting, t,

which continued about.-two: hours. Upon waking Atlantic coast, to the neighborhood of the mouthof on ten years for them to perform half of it.'* to the ground, burying herself and children them.as the ashes The plates were found with ends of bills oa ]

- he discoved that lie had been carried about twenty the Suwanne river, in the Gulf of Mexico. The citizens are fully able to bear any amount of to Tinchers were found in a stable belOnging ,
beneath the ruins but house. Several
_, I yards from the tree, and that he was still moving A bill was subsequently reported, which elicited taxes which the Corporation may see fit to lay they fortunately escaped documents were secured from Tincher's very important t
some discussion in the person. ,
Senate
-4 I 1 along without any visible impellent. His first localities and expense of such an in relation to the upon them and knowing that whatever funds without much injury. The counterfeit money which was taken is pn> ]

thoughts were of snakis and alligators, which Two routes were recommended-one undertaking.from the may be placed in their hands will be expendedin Shantees, stables out houses, fences and trees, cipally 5's of the Merchant's and Mechanics Bark

abound in this island. Horrified the St. Mary's river to Apalachicola the most judicious Wheeling, well executed, Kentucky 20's, very tf tt
,' by idea of from St. John's river Bay-the other: manner, they will alwaysdo I in j innumcrble quantities were seen flying aboutin good, Tennessee 20's, well executed, a new plate

I 4t- such bed-fellows, he leaped from his blanket, and route from the St. Mary's to to Vacassausa Bay. The it most cheerfully. It is to be hoped however every direction. entirely in these parts, and Indiana 5's, Iffs and (

: seizing a stick boldly ventured back to ferret out his as practicable, and Apalachicola was regarded that the Chairman will in future-'and especially 20'sThe documents found on this Tiocher 't

I l unwelcome companions. But the blanket relieved advantages. It passes throgh.a thought sandy to possess soil, of many mo when endeavoring to throw dust in our The wharves are considerably injured, but not lead veal the most important information, which wiH 1

!, of his weight, was now marching off in I derate elevation, abundantly supplied with water: eyes-employ more than two drays to do it with, as much as they would have been, had the wind persons unerringly little to the arrest and conviction cf !
and suspected of in
t double-quick time, and did not till it arrived L communicates with both seas in a deep channel him not been trafficking counter r
t stop ; its distance does not exceed or we can assure he will never succeed in accompanied by a heavy rain, which feit money-all of which will be brought abc*
j 200 miles (:
.
; I at the foot of an enormous ant hill, nearly eight may be, in time, with increased advantage exten, and c: getting them full. A CITIZEN. beat down the sea ; the tide did not rise in the proper time. This is as important a police t
high
I feet high. It appears that a myriad of these insects ed to Pensacola Bay, and thence to Mobile movement as has transpired in the West. Lookout

I about a size larger than the lion antaj had L .The route from St. John's to Vacassausa Bay.Bay, loads* If[ of two drays can cart on to the wharves 30( enough to cover them-a few planks but no tim for startling developments. .
:;is'also ft-work of sand in one day and it is all washed off
f bers
:' surrounded, captured and! were quietly conducting is secondary'formation easy execution. The peninsula by every rain that comes, how much will be left were displaced.We Loss of Her Majesty's war-steamer Gorp 11A

; him home for winter stores.. or alluvion, with little at the end of twenty years''I? Will have irith
I elevation, and some good not yet learned of disaster eight other Vessels.The intelligence(
penerrated chain of arithmetician any on our
f ;byjyi Jakes, please give us the product 7Jl the sad loss of
this witi
which .1a
03It: is said that half way between Cairo shortest deviate line ofcommunicationbetwe only a small4ojstaice from the coast, but we fear that two or I three vessels, whichare eight other Vessels, was splendid brought steam-frigate over a few, da!, :
the "
(Egypt) and Suez in the centre of the desert, is seas. The distance is not more than 92 foUeg two, 18 New Packet.-The new packet ship North- daily expected, may have felt the effects of it. since by the mail-packet from South America* It

a shanty kept by a New England man, who sells of which is already navigable by tfie Jer.: umberland, which was built at New York, for No correct estimate has yet been made of the and it has:: been truly confirmed by despatch

coffee, tobacco and other Yankee comforts to traY Throughout the remaining 74 miles, the soil5s I Griswold's London Line of packets, is thus des- subsequently received at the Admiralty. It ifdJ

eller. light, with little elevation, easily excavated and: Icribcd by the N. Y. American property destroyed, but we think it will take from occurred on the night of the 11th of May last

t many. natural fa/Mlifino_n;_;___.. _Vfnm._ tVia.... .Of..... T, l,...> y.. : 18,000 to $20,000" during a terrific storm offthe coast of Montevideo a1:
n. u. to
f 05-: A splendid monument is in the course of the first sixteen miles are alluvion, with an" eleva uuUJ *'This noble vessel is ofthe following dimensions : cover the loss, as a large but the whole of the officers and crew were sated C
tion Length on deck 100 feet. Breadth of beam quantity of in the She was driven ashore and abate? 11h
erection at Tampico, which is intended to receive of only three feet above the waters of that 35: goods stores that were unroofed when the storm :
feet-llDepth of hold 21,G. She carries was found to be abort
river. From thence the line 950 tons, upwards of sixty yards
Santa Anna's leg-the one he lost at Vera Cruz whose elevation is estimated passes at over 11 feet a region but and will accomodate 35 passengers of the first class. I are damaged. high-water mark, and part of her hull buried pt

while fighting the French. indented throughout by lakes, valleys and creeks., She before vill1.i'navigated by about twenty hands Considerable damage, we fear, has been donein sand and shingle. Her guns and stores were got* 1ndr

I It is i formed of a strata of sand and and bed- the mast, and will have a company, including out, and several steamers were brought to to' 1>[
clay, i ,
03-c : The New Comet (says the New York Sun) ded on limestone lying probably below the pointof officers: f thirty all told. Her cabin is admi- St. Joseph, particularly during the last part of her off but it was utterly useless. the last accounts "

may be seen with the naked eye under favorable excavation. The remaining 23 miles of the rably arranged Tor comfort and is finished with the gale, which was from the N. WM and had received state that her crew were bow 111ec to

I circumstances. A weak line, is a gentle inclination from the great prairie mahogany panels between polished white pilasters. > a engaged in digging her out of the sand, and forming
very telescope an fair
or
opera Alachua to the gulf, with sand and clay and The Ladies'Saloon is a perfect bijou of elegance sweep at that place across the bay. Also, a channel along the beach, in order,..it.it cTceived
glass, magnifying but four or five times, is and taste. The decorations, white and to float her 'Jd
broken other but
fragments of stone mixed and easily removed gold; and neighboring sports must have been out ; there appeared
1 sufficient to show it distinctly. -and throughout the whole line, there is the furniture, blue and.white silk damask. The more or., the slightest chance of this ever being e1fedet!;: }Ie
-. carpets, curtains and furniture in less injured. I i consequently there the tit
an adequate supply of water.It are excellent ship must remain, J
Oy: Claiming the T/zrone.-The Due de Bordeaux keeping as to color and is
has also pattern and the whole a complete 10)5. The Gorgon, it will be recc
been said that
the waters of the
: has addressed a circular to the Govern- of Mexico arc than those Gulf arrangement is such as'to compare favorably with {03- We are informed the schooner lected, obtained considerable notoriety at thesieg*
higher of the Atlanticand the Effort
meats of Europe., his most costly of our floating palaces. Add to i in ballast of St. Jean d'Acre. While under the comma 1
announcing seniority in the with no i t. on her from
intervening grounds of considerable this, good boa., and a plenty of them passage this city to New of Captain Henderson shell one thefer
a ice a was-.fired'from
; large
House of Bourbon, since the demise of the Duc elevation and no important streams or valleys to i ii house complete Orleans, was capsized. There
; accommodations for live stock of were only 2 handson of her guns on deck, blowing the principal
I d'Angoulime; he declares himself the only heirto i pass, little and guard more locks.will be required than mere excavation all kinds, and an agreeable commander ; and'who board-the master and mate. Capt. Thomson powder magazine in the fortress up wherebY ?: ,

the throne of France, according to the ancient a canal, even for Under such circumstances, would not desire to make a voyage to London ? lost l all his papers and accounts, and with difficulty immense destruction oflife took place, and.t

right of succession. at ship navigation, may be constructed One thing about this ship, we never noticed before succeeded in saving himself. battle was brought to an immediate terlI1D.atI fOtI
compartively a small expense. And in any of our packets and that is On her return to I
a England she was recommlSS1OC
it is known that the system of
great New York canals with ventilation t
through a pair ofleaden under the HothJXIr.%
is the value of tru'nksor command of Captain Charles
Mahogany.Such this all their pipes The silk
aqueducts, feeders CrJ- culture
culverts embank- 6 inches is
in diameter, which rapidly extending in to the service in where she w* I
communicate South America
I between ,
(r tree that a single one cut into logs has sold ments, and deep cutting through
up as several miles of the lower hold and the Tennessee. Large quantities been *
air of sold engaged of her loss,
the hardest upper at the bow and cocoons are up to the period
high at $15,000./ In England it fetches a high rock, and with lockage for ascent and stern. But we must leave at believe 'l1tleI
descent, of t than the good ship to the $3 per bushel and a company, with capitalof was,we ,launched at Pembroke the je
more eight hundred -
f'; price among the manufacturers_ of piano fortes. constructed for something less than twenty-four feetvojo proper Success appreciation to the of the travelling 1 r communitv.- $100,000' located! So miles below Nashville 1833 and was a fine vessel of her class, ,; tnCy
Northumberland encmes! amounting to 350 horse power, and ar -
engaged
extensively in the manufacture of sIlk. with six
," ,,.e' ". .... guns.-English pspcr..L .
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Mr. r.orge '". Blunt, of;New York, makes thefoUowin& AND :: -- -TL k
in relation to an- BINDERS' WAREROOM, NEW YORK &
statement to a paragraph now 1 Nos. 20 APALACHCOLAPACKE1S.
; rounds from the Journal of Commerce, rOB candidate and 31 Gold street, New York.-The .
ffiSwnz: a channel near the Bahama Banks, Lord Hoc Printing Press, Machine and Saw Manu-
Scan be relied upon i- Legis factury, being under the management and direc- .
*?'A. memorandum in your paper from Capt. Clarke his flag these sp3 tion of Richard M. Hoe and Robert Hoe, continue .
Jlcsular Packet
Line.
the pawtuxet, states that there is a good channel man to do his to manufacture, at greatly reduced prices, Print-
o the North of Orange Keys, over the Great and to an- ing Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Presses Ship Martha Washington,. .J J Doane, master. ;
tt ama1iank between the first named and kid- priety Self-inking machines, Chases, Standing Cases Ship Floridian,. .. . Wm. Pratt, "
n"Keck8. Should this statement obtain generalHefief 1 in glowing as a article necessary for a complete and every Ship Uncas,...... .. . PWLatham, It
11111 he fatal to vessel there Sena-, Printing Office, a
manv ?, as is literature Ship Emblem.A
channel suitable for vessels of can a26 supply of which, including type, ink, &c., &c. L Dyer* Ie
? with daylight! and then by picking any size t e except- "I to do her they keep constantly on hand. Brig Manhattan,. .. .... ..W H Doane, .1 -

besides nothing is to be gained by going, to way the; ions Hoe & Co's Patent Single Cylinder Press has I Brig Ann Eliza,. . .......W C Park, "
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North of the Orange Keys, as you get into the prosperity to an been recently much improved in many essential Brig Metamora,. ... .... ...H Ashley, .

Gulfthe too soon." a Candi- particulars, with a view to adapt it to first-rate THESE vessels are of light draf> of water,
The Beacon placed in April, 1SB, to point out internal Senatorial book printing, as well as excellent expressly for the trade, of the best
position of the Dispatch Itock, (commonly called and virtue jy27 work. A considerable number of newspaper terials, copper fastened and ma-
; these'machincs coppered, with hmd-
the Roman Rock,) situated: in this bay, :
strangers are recommended, on rounding hayingwink prosperous are now in daily operation in this city and else- some accommodations, and will sail punctually

Cape Jleceite with a proper offing, to steer NE by pure morality to an- where, doing the work very rapidly, and in a as advertised. When the day of sailing falls on
half N., by compass, until die two beacons on the superior manner. Sunday, the ships will sail on the Monday follow
western shore (one with a barrel on the top, the proportion, it as a Can. The improvements in their Double Cylinder, ing. The price! of passage is$40, without liquors.

<)tberwith a cross,) are in one; and when the cross duty. The Senatorial Press, not only greatly increase its speed, but Q- All goods forwarded to the subscribers
is well open with the other beacon, they may haul jy27 render the press much more durable and less liable will be shipped free of commission.
'. away, and -
for the anchorage NA. \\ 1
up G. UUNSTERVILLE, Tort Captain. places of trust from tres- to get.out of order. It i is the only machine i E.D.HURLBUT&CO.,

Fort11D71. Office, Port Elizabeth, > from oc adapted to the most rapid newspaper printing. 84 South st., N. Y., or, -
AIoaBayMaylO4.5 these new but the They are also the manufacturers of the Patent NOURSE, STONE &, CO.,

now under f lease or Washington and Smith Presses:: which are so ex scp3 46 Water st., Apal'a. t

Another Roars Crew Resrul'd form Dlstru- Mothers are tensively used by printers throughout the United FOR
.-Severe Suffering and Death.-Capt. Berry States and Canadas. They call the attention of ft. H ENT.The.building near flirt L )
slO 1m .
the minds of .DiL___ .. tf1IIIl; "*a *ei, Known as the
of the paket ship Vicksburg, which arrived at & t1mtc cu tHeir neMachine Card Press, with tilIouse! ," will be "iuarKct Coffee
1\ew York on Thursday, from New 01lt'ans, was mers, and cautioned which one boy can print 15UU cards in the best terms. Apply to rented on reasonablo ,

the happy instrument of rescuing a boat's crew yers, and drawn by style per day. This machine is very simple, and Apalachicola, July J.. L. WYMAN. 'S

from death, with the exception of a lad, who perished i and statesmen or bear- not liable to get out of order. Its inking apparatus 27,184 { W .

from exhaustion, famine and exposure.The .- about the is self-acting. ADVERTISEMENT.
following particulars are given in the JournaldCommerce give the first day of The "Hoe" Co., also manufacture a Cylinder w I..LM ER & SMITH'S EUROPE

: : their manner which Job Press, of large foolscap size, which requires N TIMES.-During the time this i

August (Gth, lat. 27 2G, Ions. 87, 46 W. an object like and I will two boys to attend it, who at the same time drive journal: has been before the world, the proprietors j *' \a tf

having the appearance ofa boat, was discovered conduct the machine with their feet. It will print from refer, with pleasure to the praise which it has .

about-points forward of the weather beam. I 1500 to 2000 impressions per hour, and do good elicited from the prcaj of England, Ireland, Scot- .
The ship's course was immediately altered towards shape their slO 3t work. land, the United States, Canada and the West -

it On reaching it we hove to, and the usefulness and } The "Hoc" Co., assure their friends, and prin- Indies, and the encouragement it has received I -.

boat was taken alongside: and seven persons were How weighty ters generally, that no pains shall be spared to I from the public of the United States and Canada. f

received on board. The British schooner Orange, their maintain the reputation of their establishment Three essential features distinguish it from all
lost on the voyage from Jamaica for MatanzasAbxander station and that all orders entrusted to them will receive contemporaneous publications.

McDonald, master; William Young, neath them. Fla. prompt and careful attent job. i First-It contains a full, correct and compre !

mate ;Ed ward Cook, flichard Evans, John Brown, to them. Go I" supply of Editors and Proprietors will be supplied with I hensive Shipping List, arranged on a plan so plain ., j
Wo Roscoe, seamen, and Robert Williamson done I estimates in detail for Printing Offices and practicable, that he who runs t."
I .. of legislation, or Binder' may rea<< '
cook; navlD; uccii iu uaja untie lIoat, which was auglQ ies, by informing us of the style and quantity of Persons interested in tie Marine of America may .

14 feet< long. They were all, as might b1] cxpected cabinet of the ; bbls old work which they dejire to do. 4 turn in an instant to the information which they t

weak and in a critical state; and 3 of quence, scbr. Hoe & Co.;manufacture Cast Steel, Mill, Pit seek with the certainty of relying on its truth. '

them had to be lifted on board. The youngest, The plastic per Cross-cut Circular, and other Saws,.a supply of. It: thus supercedes Shipping Lists, and other ex

Win Roscoe, was much emaciated and totally insensible ties, fixed which they keep constantly on hand. pensive publications from Europe, some of which '

; and although every means was used to .I ,st. Jobbing and Machine work in general. are six times the price of "Willmer & Smith'* t
restore him, he only survived about three hours, Inem stand up June 1st, 1S44. European Times."

and igrav sunset his body was deposited in the sailor's Yes, those N. B.-Publishers of Newspapers in the United Secondly-It contains a Price Current of all the

e, with the solemn and'inpressivc burial service are moved and States or Canada, who will insert this.ad"er- great British and European markets, devoted
of the Protestant Episcopal Church. tisement principally to the articles of trade and
Dur, insinuations cf three times before the 1st of next commerce
July,
ing the night the mate was delirious,but has since the pur- and send one copy of their to us more immediately appertaining to the American
withThei the rest almost regaued his usual health. pure and noble and it, will be entitled to the paper payment of containing their bills; continent, and in which the merchant, the trader Jf,

ir desire for water was very great, and much and happy _be con- on purchasing four times the amount thereof. and the man of business must feel an immediate .

careItw: was at first used in administering it to them. wheels of the AJ. Jl\lJ m ---- interest.. : On.,the score. of correctness, the tabular Ic
---- -- -
as not until the Commission Business. uguica, uuu me remarks
third day that their thirst the HAR- accompanyin me various -
was satiated, at which time each person had used power Hardin, New York, March 12th markets, showing their actual condition, may
1814.
about t three of departed this be relied on, and are fart
gallons water. Captain McDonald Cc- WITH a knowledge of business |lin an authoriryAvith .
derived
stated that on the 21th July, at :-2 o'clock, P. M., we only need to from an experience of more than most of the first houses in the principle cities of

whe: about latitud 22 J;),. .Inn"......,._ c:\ n7''u .,,_ Rnnnnnrfp. %' wish? tn Commercial and other business twenty years in the United States and Canada. -. -
--- -- -- '- tt., uu: 1'_ _" '.' .. pursuits! and i ilacimies rood As
schooner was suddenly capsized in a squill: from l with a host of : will be me undersigned cutler- their" services'J- Thirdly- a newspaper, it presents to the
American
the eastward. The lanyards of the weather I as COMMISSION MERCHANTS reader, in a concentrated state, and
for the
rigging were immediately cut away, but the bal their mothers. cornc, and sale of{fall kinds of Produce, and For-pur- where( the interest or importance of the subject J.
last having shilted, aid the sails and mast3 being: mother's love solicit a eign and Domestic Goods. I demands it, in the most detailed and ample form '

in the water, all hope of righting: her was aban.eci. quering. Their business will be conducted established every topic of political commercial, domestic and

donTess Fortunately, at the same time that the does principles, and with a view to upon miscellaneous interest which has occurred in Eu-
d capsized, the jolly boat being stowed bot thority not for all sales effected, and prompt returns rope, or [elsewhere, since the departure of the

tom up on the long: boat, turned over into the: U wild nature's : ; alOtf orders with which they may be favored.answers to all previous packet; especial regard being paid to
water, and all hands succeeded in check. Bills whatever is most connected with relates
in getting io, and This of Exchange drawn against or to the
pot clear of the vessels, which almost at the same It is the Cotton or other Produce, will be duly shipments honored of political, social, and commercial*well-being of At
lime disappeared. Here they were left to theraercy is a receipt of Invoice and Bill on the Union, or the adjacent British province. In
Lading,
of the winds and waves without provisions in our cities, Pilot to agreement for funds at maturity, with or by adrices special of short it takes a glance at every circumstance in

or water, or even an oar to guide the boat. Part blushing r'1 Flint: responsibility of drawers. which the inhabitants of the Great Western continent -

ft the thwart was broken up and made use of E tex of ruin, by ; if FOWLE, DE COIN & CO., can possibly feel an/ terest. It puts the i

to steer with, and the boat was kept before the early: love. or mar30 6m 7S Pearl street. Americrn reader in possession, the moment it
sea until: daylight. Darin; the day the lining and ; to hire comes to hand, of whatever has transpired during

foot boards were taken oT and couverterted into a A man was L soon, B ELLISON & CO. offer for sale an extenr I the interval in Furope personal, political and I

mast, on which was spread the captain's shit fora victim of him L sive assortment of Merchandize,suitable fo- commercial.It .

sail. The boat was steered to the southward, friends and no the Spring trade, consisting of has already attained a very high character,
ia i: hopes of falling in with the land. In the afterlJoon ity endeavored Groceries; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes; and may with great propriety be said to conHin

abarkas: seen, steering directly towards L Lmoved Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods; the BEST PRICES CURRENT; the B1'>T

them, and when about two miles off hove to for a him, no Crockery and Glassware; Hardware; SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUROPEAN .

short time, and hauled southerly for half an hour till his m ther's under Wood ware, Brushes, &c., &c. mar30 NE\VSPAPERiwhich; reaches this country It c

but: before sunset she again steered westward.-;: refered to. This Mr. H- /"""- 1\T F"f\1\T"T "-"' "", ,? rom England ; for.it comnrises-- -in- a- ,-.nn----..."....."."...
: I, :' IUJ.l l\T-1 form oftwentfourcoIumns
>
Oa the 23th there UJ.'tJV' ijiiua CROCKERY every description of
being no of land
appearance his heart.
His assorted
the boat's I for country trade; news of interest America, which had
course wis altered to the westward be transpired
out, ; Chewing Tobacco, manufactured in England and"other
Stop, by A. Left-
fore the sea, with the hope of falling in withirae stop ; wich, Va., Foreign parts, from the -
some superior brand sailing of the
cross
vessel. From this time to the 28th the all that keep me Dry Goods, Hardware and ; ture of the previous up to the hour of depar- -
Cuttlery Steam ship which
wind continued from the eastward, and the boat ence brought him : IS 14. Hollow and Tin Ware ; ; coming number. conveys the forth-

it was rained steered about westerly.two'hours! On this; an
rf(shoes which all the rank of Amongst other nnmberous and flattering testi-
were they had, and wringing Sugar, Coffee and
monials
Canal
I their Flour; theBoston: Morning Post,
above
clothes nence sbys-
they succeeded in about half ; Old
getting Sherry Wine, in "\Ve
cases are inhebted '
; greatly this
to
I they I pint continued of water each without. From this day to the 31st feet, and will ( .I ; ; All of which will be sold very low for cash. our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial newspaper news.for
vessel and I ;
r without seeing any yourselves DAVID G. RANEY, One number of Willmer & Smith's European
water.
On
this
and the
day day following ; jan29
-
it ramed three be your throne, &c 43 Water street. Times is worth whole file of any other English-
or four hours, and sufficient : : ,
water was obtained to quench their thirst for the to execute your : Roberts, Allen & Co., paper.Published \

tim e. From this date to the Gth August the wind own proper HAVE: on hand and for sale: sails by WILLIAM at Liverpool& SMITH.,just before the steamer
1'U from S. E. and the boat's and bar Iron Subscription
\.W. course was to the this world will ; Elack ith's Tools; FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM.IT .
and no water was obtained, during which] German, English Blister and Ca isteel
;
title their suffiering were On of joy and peace. Pack- Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 galls -
very great. one ; is the intention of the
these Hollow Ware, wholesale proprietors of the
and
days retail
a of bamboo
peice was picked and ; "
faod' contain four small fishesabout up Jl Beautiful Wrought and Cut Spikes; Nails; EUROPEAN TIMES, to publish EXTRAS, containing -
two inch- st Brass Andirons Fire a digest similar the Times
Irons European
ti hong, which have formed a ; tp : ,
divided :..
were among them. This of their nature J Platform Scales, Beams and Ballances but more condensed: price three cents per 0
Utile onlY ; copy -
article of
had
food they while in the Tin Ware of
tal creation all kinds, wholesale & retail. which I shall: J have forwarded by posf and railway-
On the ,
morning of the Gth three ; Also, a general
ships assortment
of
them pasted tures of the time Hardware. express, in a few minutes. after each steamship'sarrival '
but it They also
,
are
was supposed that the boat prepared to attend
was to any orders in Boston,and which be obtained id'
*t mal for may
passions and Iron Brass
,
wen from them. or Casting ,
They, however, Blacksmithinj Tin '
were soon quantities at low
Peered with the sight of the ship which afforded jects, aims and __..- Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and Copper very vnwAlrn prices. 0
He Roofing 'A 'VILU.IER.
tea relief. the narrow on reasonable terms. janl
lv
.
that 0 EUROPEAN TIMES" UFTICE,
got
Punch 1TM. G. PORTER & CO., offer for Boston, June 1S44. 0
confidently predicts, on the success of the a sun beam, upon V V and well selected sale a large I 5 JWA:
Thtl Sible ehell, a terrible decline in the world's world with all its stock of DRYiGOODS' : ] NT'SMERCHANTS'MAGAZTh'EAND'

|J trket himself of all gunpowder heroes. The great god! is crumbling to consisting ofCloths:- ssikjgi: Jtl COMMERCIAL }REVIEW, Established
Cassimeresfand
will
have
fcfl street; he must give nothing wholesale left him but Basins; scarcely deserving : .-A Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets Kerseys; July, 1S39, by FREEMAN HUNT, Editor and -
up ,
carnage
and forms the ;
for Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual
Volumns about
an honest livelihood-if he have still a Foi eian.and Domestic Prints
*
ttk hankering after combu.tibles-s1l lucifer lone acts a BnjwtfDfillings and Irish ; SOO pages each, completed. With the number

1 1dies. As for Bellona, it will be well with her his plans with a iI.cached and unbleached Linens; for July, 1S41, commenced the sixth year ort f 0
,
11011' and then endless ., Sheetings; of this '
Punch she can get a day's charing. state of existence standard Periodical. w the Ii
num."has had a dream which was not all a understanding" ; jtJ,1i'" Cotton Shirtings ; only work of the kind in this or any other country .
Osnaburgs
n The destructive power of the Warner based the atl ; ; And other ; ; and, although mainly devoted to the interests'and
5s1 duly acknowledged he thought that all the ; ; every article in their line adapted '
of
wants
on from Deptford-ah some temporal .... :to the country trade. the commercial and business commur.ity 0
r8 bayonets in the shot-all the swords: i idly imagine that ; .. dec y it has become an indispensible work of
word
a
; all the metal cast and
mered by Vulcan for tisfy the desire ; '" UNDRIES.-10 bbls reference to the Statesman and Political EconO-:
the of Cider
sport war, were ( S Vinegar;
rty for mist throughout the commercial world Its
mortalj i contents
auction spirit. 2 bbls
1RIo ; mere waste iron, to be turned ; Copperas; & mats Cassia;
ie%railways and stearn engines. Punch, in his knew themselves st= {56 chests Teas, green, black, &c. embrace every subject connected with Cotd-
inlis, paw a very taking advertisement drawn they will strive in : 10 kegs Saleratus; 'J do Nutmegs and Cloves merce and Navigation; Agriculture and Manufactures -
"had most unctuous style by George Robin*, Though its native 10 boxs Ground Pcp.pert do ; Currency and Banking; Fire and, Marine it
1 recieved orders from the Horse Guards : and its purity 5 baskets Sala'l) Oil 5 Bar Spices Lead; m Insurance ; the Laws and Regulations' of : '
Punch ; kegs
knows not the number-of hel- i it will ; Trade, (including important decisions in the different .
::-"I1rhich George in always be a :30 bags Shot, assorted ; 1 case :Sardines; &
'! cnded to his prettiest manner, rea s you will to I ( 5 cases Pickles; 1 do Preserves ; Courts of the United States, Great Britain, :
wives
country and ;
II.e.$7 adapted for beehives." farmers as "ex-: and like the dove 5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale by France, etc.) .
Hurrah then
"for 0 0
,
ki.'flier shell, from which return without r DODGE & It has and will continue to be the aim of the
all GARDNER
terrible it
as 15- ,
-nay be Editor and Proprietor of the Merchants
hatched has no resting Maga
-. to the true happiness of aplG 40 Water street.
tnd
the best glory of nations. zine to avoid every thing of a party, political, or
Iron Vessels. /SHEWING TOBACCO doz sectional bias or bearing, in the conduct of the 0
Mrs.lIilIer'Chewing
l tpa2ion.i willingly concede to man 20th instant says : \ Tobacco, just received ; work-opening its pages to the free and fair discussion -
and
for
i every sale
claim for L now painted, and of antagonistic doctrines ,
&...: myself-the freest of } by DODGE & GARDNER connected with
ght range ,
and launching. the interests of
great Commerce
expression; and am perfectly indif-- je5 40 Water street. Agriculture, 0
Whether the sentiments of The iron Manufactures,and the Currency. _

"' Objects coincied with or.others ditfer from on "peee -, I'uilding at the B. LIQUORS AND WINES Brandy-Otard, The Merchants' Magazine is published at No. '

j\:-...instead nf wishing or expecting that ur.i-my and will be a & Co's; A Seignette's. 142 Fulton street, New York; on the first of each -

<*:TjL5! opinion! should 1 bc established I The revenue for Gin-Holland, anchor brand month, at five dollars per.annum, payable in",adyance. ,- ____
%- that it is neither parcticable desi-am for a rise in the and: I Whiskey-Old Scotch ; Monongahela.Wine A few complete sets of the work embrac

that varieties of thought are a. numerous nor These will plan -Old Madeira; Sicily; old pure Port;; ing ten semi-annual volumes of about 800 pages

strongly' marked, and as irreducible have been built in : Champaign, for sale by each, neatly and substantiallyUfl can be had

'.as those of bodily form; and that to one to service, exclusive : DODGE & GARDNER, at the subscription price by.applying,at_the'office.. _____
above.
trlth as '
.ttl one who thinks differently from McLaughlin. aplG 40 Water st S .
our'ould New ,
I be no less unreasonable"than of York July 1st, 1544. 0

ea._ lb him for having features unlike to our be! ffcj- It defaulters is' an : : for ROPE& BAGGING,-Northern Bale Rope A XEA fresh lot of"heavy Kentucky Axe. *, i
public ,
rfJftt Later en rf, IJd:: inz, for $ale bvap20 .. just received and (for sale by -
mean 1'{:' he Flung [.: sf. : B ELLISON & ('0... :33 Water st. art :, F ELLISON fe CO :33 Water st.

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f I ; LE=..--- ---' -- u- UNITED -STATES- -- WARM SPRINGS.MERIWETHER INSURANCE AGENCIES:

LE'GAL NOTICES. LN OTTO E S.xpalacliicola COUNTY GEORGIA.1THE

-- TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY, PROPRIETORS,of this watering THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONS!!!
-: FJOr1I11. ; Cor. Ann& Nassau streets, New York. 'it their FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Tourl. induced to
District been open
Superior ii;;; place, have
57>
respectfullyinform Office, J\"o. Wall Street, JV. Y.
THE undersigned of invalids
CHAMBERS. FRANKLIN COUNTY. >\ : ; : !!J House for the accommodation
Warehouses
J Robert J. Floyd, comp't., j xD.:!. K. Dodge, Compl't, ) / \ the Old} Patrons FOUNDRY of the and r. others, much earlier this season than usual, Insure Dwelling-houses in general, Merchandise, Household and Buildings .
-
; ; 1 TYPf &. STEREOTYPE applications that have
and \ln Chancery.fames of the
many
vs. I IN CHANCERY.Franklin : JAMESCONNER'S" in consequence Furniture, Ships building,Ships in Port
al C. Watson et al. Def'tsc \ j formerly known as made for Board from different parts of the
Curtis and Griswold, ct ( ) # been and their Cargoes, and description
recently as evary
.I defendant! J IT appearing to the Court, from the report of and more country, by those laboring under various diseases, of
filed in __ J"CONNER& COOK'S," and the pub- &c. all of which personal Property,
appointed
L ,
-
davit
TT appearing to the Court from a the Master in Chancery, in this case : such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY
JL this cause, that said! Lewis Cl flis and George That[ the following sums are due by the parties tic general, that they arc prepared PRESSES to execute&c, readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.FIRE.

I Griswold, trustees of the Apa.tchicola Land hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments here,, orders for PRINTING TYPE, heretofore held out more inducments to persons R. W. MARTIN, Secretary.
: and David stork in the Franklin and other article necessary to form complete visit these Springs, than to
Company: and said John M. Berrien ofore,callcd in, on their every seeking pleasure, to DIRECTORS.
favorable
f Sclden, who are defendants in said cause, reside Land and. Apalachicola Lot Company, public notice Printing Establishments, on as other I those; in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we T. SMYTH ROGERS, ROB'T McCOSKHY_ J

beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit : the : hereby given to the parties respectively, terms, and of as good a quality as any establishment say come, and come early, if you wish to be JAMES BRYAR, HENRY PARISH i

said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver in the United States. benefited. These Springs have proved a certain TAMES McBRIDE, REUBEN WITHERS

York; and the said Berrien and Selden in the in said cause, together with the interest thereon, The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. JOHN ADAMS WILLIAM SCOTT' r

)l' t,, state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be from the first day of March\ 1943, or their respective in style of face, and the material of which it is and in no instance have invalids failed to be benefited JOHN IIAGGERTY, F. SUYDAM

f published once a week for the space of four months shares will"be sold at public auction, in accordance made, particularly adapted for service in Newspaper who have visited them, for the proof of G. C. YERPLANCK, PETER I. N&VIU9,
1 decree of the Court of Chancery Printing. refer to innumerable certificates, JOhN JOHNSTON, RICHARD IRVIN
Advertiser, a with
in the "Commercial newspaper a which, we can KERNOCHAN C. V. S. ROOSEVELT
,I printed in this district, before the ensuing term for 'the District aforesaid, to. pay the several {&: All kinds of Stereotyping finished the to order.above I some from the most respectable gentlemen in the JOS.JOHN I. PALMER,, E. D.: HURLBUT, '

of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each imounts so due and owing. Sale first. Wednesday N. B.-Such Newspapers as will copy will be State. P. LORILLARD, GEO. P. POLL4JAMES

of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the in December next, to wit t three times, previous to November next, To those in pursuit pleasure, we will say this McCALL, WM. COLGATE '

complainants bill will be taken pro confesso: Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st. entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four I much, that we intend to offer inducements enoughto LOWELL HOLBROOK.

t against them (a copy-teste.) March, .$1,600 00 times the amount of the three insertions. make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the The undersigned have been appointed agent*

Il I GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 Gl JAMES CONNER & SON. South. We intend to keep a better House than of the above.Company, and are empowered to issue J

Apalachicola, May SOth, 1814. fel -1m Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were New York June 1st, 1811. jeS 3mTRiNTERS' we evei have kept,(and it is said that we generally policies of insurance against loss or damage

1 f I indebted on the same day and year. 972 70 AND BINDERS' WAREROOM, kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirelynew hy l fire,on as favorable terms as other good offices.

I Franklin Superior Court.AT John D. Howell.. . . . . 305: : OS 1 Nos. 29! and :31 Gold street, New York.- The ; our houses have all been repaired, and the NOURSE & STONE, (

CHAMBERS. By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack, Hoe Printing Press, Machine and Saw Manu-: whole place presents a new and beautiful appear- ApalachicolaMarch 23,1841. 46 Waterst T.

I& Robert May, comp't., \ fudge of the Superior Court of Franklin county, factury, being under the management and direction ance. The temperature of the atmosphere is fine, INSURANCE "'

s. I CiIANCERY'defendants. in the Apalachicola District of Florida. of Richard M. Hoe and Robert Hoe, continueto the thermometer seldom rising above SO degrees.Our ..milE /ETNA COMPANY tf
Curtis and Griswold, et al., fIN R. J. MOSES, manufacture at reduced prices, Print- Baths are in as good order as they can be,and J- Hartford, Conn.-The undersigned agent for '
greatly
said i is prepared to issue policies
the
J Master in Chancery. Presses, benefit of those who have not paid us a Company cf
Presses, Standing for the
Presses
Hydraulic
IT appearing to the Court from affidavit: filed and Apalachicola: Auust; 19, 1844.ADMINISTRATOR'S ing Seif-inkin,machines, Chases: Cases, and every. visit,we will describe them: they arc G in number, Insurance against Fire, and The loss or damage !m,
Curtis ) favorable teims. of
that said Lewis rivers, on capital tie
this cau-e, ---- ---- Office, a the clear, with a dressingroom
Printing each ten feet in
----- ---- for
----- -------- -- complete square
---- ----- article a
necessary is and invested in the
ApalachicolaLand large
the above sajgpossibc
George Griswold, trustees of ink &c. &c. each and are so arranged as to company
NOTICES attached to ,
of which, including type of
and said John M. Berrien and supply \ manner, and its settlement losses hai
Company, depth required; our Spring
hand. raise the water to any
-- -- -- constantly on
said they keep and liberal. ]
in cause, been
defendants alway prompt
Selden who of
David are hundred
gallons
has thirteen
Press of
reside beyond the ]limits of this Territory, to wit: NOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply Hoc & Co's Patent Single Cylinder essential, affords upwards the of the wateris DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.

the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New lIon. Judge of the County Court of been l recently much improved in many water per minute; temperature taken by Apalachicola, April 8, 1S44.
The analysis as
first-rate
Berrien and Selden, in the Jackson county, for letters of di mission from the particulars, with a view to adapt it to precisely 90 degrees. r
; York; and the said State Geologist, is as follows: subscriber for the IROTECTIOINSURArCE
well as excellent newspaper Dr. J. B. Cotting, rJ'1JE agent
book as
It is ordered, that a notice be administration on the estate of Sampson Pope, printing
state of Georgia. for the of four months'In late of said county deceased. work. A considerable number of these machines "Height above the level of the pea, 793| feet- 1 COMPANY, of Hartford

published once week Advertise space," a newspaper SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x. arc now in daily operation in this city and else- quantity one wine pint, or 23,875 cubic inches- Conn., with full power to receive proposals andto
the "Commercial work rapidly, and in a 0,998istilled water being 1,000. issue policies on as favorable terms as other
the specific gravity
I in this district, before the ensuing term Jackson County, July 20, 1844.'NT0TICE.Six a3-Gtn where, doing very cubic inches.
printed GASES-Carbonic acid gas.2 good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
--- manner.
and each superior .
of said Court,requiring and said defendants otherwise, the months after date, I will apply The improvements in their Double Cylinder Sulphurate of Hydrogen.a grain.trace. I damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and foj\
of them, to appear answer, 11 W. M. Davis of the increase its speed, but SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime..1 land risks. The reputation of this company for
bill will be take pro confcssu: to the lion. G. Judge Press, not only greatly Carbonate of Iron..3 5 grains.
,; complainants them. a copy-teste) County Court of Franklin county, for letters of render the press much more durable and less liable Carbonate of Magnesia,.... ...- 10 09 grains. settling losses with promptitude and liberality i is .,

4' against GEO.( F. BALTZELL, Clerk. dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson. to get out of order. It is the only machine The temprerature of the Water, winter and summer well known. DAN'L J. DAY,

Apalachicola. May 30th, 1841. jel 4m H. B. STONE, Administrator. adapted to the most rapid newspaper printing. 90 degrees." Apalachicola, April 8, 1841.

) (1( Apalachicola, May 16, 1S11. myl8 Om They are also the manufacturers of the Patent A Splendid Road has been finished, expresslyfor -. -- -
Court.AT which are so extensively .
Franklin Superior and Smith Presses, ADVERTISE1vlEKT.WILLMER
.M Six months after date I will apply Washington the United riding, three miles in length; it leads to the
CHAMBERS. used by printers throughout &. SMITH'S EUROPE.
W NOTICE where behold one of
for of Mountain, you
Hon. Judge of the County Court of summit a
Mitchel comp't. and Canadas. They call the attention the time thS
Thomas L. States A E -During :
fir views in Georgia. good
for letters of dismission the the most magnificent
Franklin County, on with
Card Press
Machine ,
vs. Printers to their new has been beCorethe world,the proprietor f
the well known
journal
made to
of said de road has also been
estate of John Norton, late county,
the best
,Calhoun which boy can print 1500:: cards in to the praise which it hlS: I
"!' Dodge,McDougald ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r. one COLD SPRING, only |ths of a mile from the refer, with pleasure
I and Bass, trustees of the 17 1814. a20 6m style per day. This machine is very simple, and Hotel this Spring si said by all who have seen it, elicited from the press of England, Ireland, Scot.
f ot'' Franklin Land and Apalachicola Apalachicola, April not liable to get out of order: Its inking apparatus .- to be ;the finest cold water.in the world. land, the United States, Canada and the West

l Lot Company; IN CHANCERY. OTICE.-Six months after date,I shall applyto is selfacting.The The amusements at the Springs are \?ariou3.The .- Indies, and the encouragement it has recehed
1)1) Lewis Curtis and George N the Honorable Judge of the County Courtof Hoe" Co., also manufacture a CylinderJob Ball Room is opened nightly and the servicesof from the public of the United States and Canada.

'f Griswold, trustees of the Jackson courtly, for letters of dissmission from Press, of large foolscap size, which requirestwo of the best Musicians in this section cf the Three essential features distinguish it from all
II one
Apalachicola Land Co.; the administration of the estate of John S. Randolph boys to attend it, who at the same time drive is engaged to take charge of it. contemporaneous publications.

Myers, assignee in late of said county, deceased. the machine with their feet. It will print from country We intend to devote our time exclusively this First-It contains a full, correct and ccfflpre-
f;
f \ bankruptcy of George W. FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor. 1500 to 2000 impressions per hour, and do good. season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hope hensive Shipping List, arranged on a plan so plain

,, Ross---- ."defendants. Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb Gm work. to be able, between us, to please all, ana see that and practicable, that "he who runs may read.*
- j appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in The "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, and printers dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Persons interested in the Marine Americamaj
I this that said Daniel McDougald, JamesS. -- generally, that no pains shall be spared to none go away instant to the information which they
I cause Tax Notice will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too,will turn in an
Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis maintain the reputation of their establishmentand attention.Our seek with the certainty of relying on its troth.
Ordinance by his whole
with
passed
,
and Griswold; and Myers, reside IN conformity an that all orders: entrusted to them will receive give Lists, and other expensive
George Mayor and Council of the City of Apa- charges will be the same as heretofore, It thus supercedes Shipping
limits of the Territory, to wit: the and careful attention. of which
the ,
from some
beyond prompt Baths Europe
Board and publications
lachicola March 22d IS 14, entitled "An Ordin- $30, month for Lodging.
,
Calhoun and Myers, in the state Editors and will be supplied with per Willmer &. Smith'i
said McDougald, Proprietors of
1 ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City." free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and are six times the price
in the Binderies
of the said Curtis and Griswold, estimates in detail for Printing Offices or "
Georgia; 33: miles Times.
New York and the said Bass in the state I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this of the style and quantity of sold at fair prices. These Springs are European of all the
state of ; levied and will on the IGth day of December by informing us north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green Secondly-It contains a Price Current
,
Alabama. It is ordered, that notice be pub- day upon work which they desire to do. markets devoted
of and ,
of theApabchicola Visitors will fine no difficulty in reachinghere great: British European
next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front ville.
! of four months Steel Mill, Pit,
lished once a week for the space Exchange, proceed to sell at public Hoe & Co., manufacture Cast at all times, as the daily Stages connect principally to the articles of trade and commerce
before the ensuing' term of this Court, in the Cross-cut Circular, and other Saws, a supply of to the American
Macon appertaining
in outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the following Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augusta more immediately
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed described property, as will bring double which they keep. nstantly on hand. and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and continent, and in which: the merchant, the trader

[ : this District, requiring"said defendants: to bill appear shall the amount annexed, together with all costs and Jobbing and'. ilne work in general. Hacks run daily from both places here, so there and the man of business must feel an immediate

I and answer, otherwise the complainants charges of sale. June 1st, 1814. will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage interest. On the score of correctness, the tabular

be taken pro confesso: against them. : assessed. cis.. N. B.-Publishers of Newspapers in the Uni- also leaves 'Columbus three times a week by the figures, and the remarks accompanying the various .
Tifoki whom
bots.To $
I (copy teste) I_ ted States or Canada, who will insert this advertisement of Hamilton,for the Springs.The markets, showing their actual condition, mar

11 1 GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. 36 l } fA. T. Bennett,.. . .1::2200C2 three times before the 1st of next July, way Proprietors will be ready to receive Company I be relied on, and are {,in fact an authority with
.A Apalachicola, May31st,1811. jel 4m :1)") and send one copy of their paper to us containing! on the first most of the first houses in the principle cftiestthe cf c

Apalachicola District of Florida. 15 Ct.'.. II ar tl e tt,.. . S ..1.. ) it, will be entitled to the payment of their bills May.SEYMOUR R. BONNER. United States and Canada.
I 26 2&3 5 on purchasing four times the amount thereof. WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.The Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to tie .
1 Li Superior Court-Franklin County. H2 3 L.Birdsal,. . . 20H:2 ; and :
Loubat i MAGAZINE AND Warm Springs are so well known that we American reader, in a concentrated state,
MERCHANTS'
Alphonse CHANCERY.vs. J. C. 5u TJUNTS
> IN : 4 ( OU 11 COMMERCIAL REVIEW, Established do think it necessary to trouble the public with a where the interest or importance of the subject C

David D. Churchill,) Bill to foreclose Mortgage. Al Fl 9 & 12 1 John J3irdsal.t.. 50Hi July, 1839, by FREEMAN HUNT, Editor and long array of certificates, setting forth their claimsto demands it, in the most detailed and ample form

appearing! to the Court by affidavit, that the Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumns, of about the patronage of the invalid, as well as the every topic of political commercial, domestic and

IT David. Churchill, the above defendant, : 1:] J Edmondson,. . : 00Imp'd SOO each, completed. With the number man of health and pleasure. We will therefore miscellaneous interest which has occurred in En-

resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and E'1 11 John Gilmore. . . 2 50 for July pages, IS.11, commenced the sixth year of the only invite the attention of the reader to the following rope, or'elsewhere, since the departure cftie

out of the Territory of Florida, but within the 43 G R.Griffin,. . . 100 existence of this standard Periodical. It is the letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell,of Columbus previous packet; especial regard being paid to
_ the
United States It is ordered, that publication be kind in this other : whatever is most connected with or relates to
: 1 9 Estate of John GiUispie, 22:) only work of the or aify country -
made in some newspaper published in the city of devoted to the interestsand COLUMBUS, March 23d, IS 11. political, social, and commercial well-being of
i C2 0&7 Jacobllarvey,. . . 5olmp'dA ; and, although mainly
-' Apalachicola, once a weekfor four months, requiring 7 John Kern ,.. . 350Imp'd : wants of the commercial and business community Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodatingand the Union, or the adjacent British province. In

him to appear and-inswer the said bill of 10 ::1 John Kennedy, .. . 250 it has become an indispensible work of courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of short, it takes a glance at every circumstance:
complaint on or before the expiration of that Political Economist Merriwether: county-It is i due the public who which the inhabitants of the Great Western continent
and
the Statesman
8 2 J. C.Love,.. . . 30') reference to
d timp, or the said bill will be taken as confessed&gainst 17 3V'illiarn Low,.. . ... 300 throughout the commercial world. Its con- may wish to leave their own homes and firesides can possibly feel an interest. It puts the

him, and such further order given in the 132 11 Charles McKinney,.. 5> fJO tents embrace every subject connected with Commerce during. the sickly season, to seek a place where Americrn reader in possession, the moment it
.
premises as to the Court may seem jutice.I Imp'd E2 10 J.l\fartin,.. . . .t2;) and Navigation; Agriculture and Manufactures : they can enjoy health, and all the comforts of comes to hand, of whatever has transpired during

(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, Imp'dA2 6 I\litchelll\Jarztll,. . 323E2 ; ; Currency and Banking; Fire and Marine cultivated and refined society, to point them to the interval in Furope-personal, political and
Clerk.
t J. & L. BRANCH,- the Laws and Regulations of the Warm Springs. In its Topographical situation commercial.It .
I : :i Jno.T.Myrick,. .. Sot> ) Insurance ;
Solicitors,for Cojnpl'ts.Apalachicola l1 including decisions in the different it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering has already attained a very high character,
4I tt. ,_ Fl Joseph Mitchell,.. .. .1 50 Trade, ( : important :
- Feb. 2S, 1844. ml 1-1 m L2; I' K Mckenzie,. . . .r)00 Courts of the United States, Great Britain, place in the United States. The Medicinal virtues and may with great propriety be said ,to contain .

\ Franklin Superior Court.Spring 1Il1 & 17 R. Maitland & sons,. 7 00 France, etc.) ofits Waters from the Chemical analysis submitted the BEST PRICES CURRENT; the BEST

:-- Term, IS 11. III 0 & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel. 600 It has and will continue to be the aim of the to the public by the States Geologist, has SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUR9PEAN -

I: A. G. SemmesO ; 15 8 A. .I.Norris,. . . 300 Editor and Proprietor of the Merchants' Magazine aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheumatism NEWSPAPER which reaches this cosntrj

flr1 >Damages $500: -Attatchment. : O 7 Ogden & Ferguson, . 125; to'avoid every thing of a party, political, or ; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis; Diar- I from England; for it comprises in a condensed

1 I Elias vs. Imp' C2 00 Dan'}. Ryan, . . 3 tsIrn1fd ; sectional bias or bearing, in the conduct of the rher; Dysentary;Dispepsy, and all diseases of the form of twenty-four columns, every description/ .
)
; 1 Simpson defendant arid all interested are A 00 John Ragan,. . . 22:) I work-opening its pages to the free and fair discussion -I skin and Kidneys.In news of interest America, which had transpired the

t THE of the institution persons of the above suit, Imp'dA2 2 Frank White,. . . 300 : of antagonistic; doctrines connected with. addressing this note to you sir, I have only in England and other Foreign parts, from

i and are required to appear and plead as required 7 -1 Thos. \Vingate, . 2 75 the great interests of Commerce, Agriculture, complied with the earnest solicitations of some sailing of the previous up to The hour of depart forthcoming -

I t law. A. G. SEMMES:0'r : F2 15 Henry\Villiams,. . 6 00 Manufactures,and the Currency.The kind friends who have been either radically curedor ture of the Steam ship which conveys the
_t by apl2Q 3m Merchants' Magazine is published at No. greatly benefited by the curatives of the Watersof number.
Apalachicola, Jan. 18,18U. PETER HOBJ.RT
cult
r i: f 112 Fulton street, New York, on the first of each the Warm Springs.I fcl-: It will be sold at 12} cents per copy
Collector.
f i I Franklin Superior COU1.tr.Spripg --'*.v.* 'r'.: 11 .:a. June 7th,City 18-1 1.Tax je15 CmAlt month, at five dollars per annum, payable in ad- am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consideration Amongst other numberous and flattering testimonials '

Term, 1814. 'Apalachicola- ... vance. A few complete sets of the work embracing your obedient servant, the Boston Morning Post, sbys:-

: : i Hyll'cr Bush; & Co.} Ordinance ten semi-annual volumes of about SOO pages J. J. BOSWELL.To We are greatly indebted to this newspaper''((
Foreclosure of Mortgage. bound be had Col. S. R. Bonner. miscellaneous and commercial ne**
vs. > raise Fund for" each, neatly and substantially can our foreign, j.
To "City.Hospital.
f
a
Wm. If. Shepherd. ) Section 1. Be it Ordained by'the .lUalJor antI at the subscription price by applying at the officeas Warm Springs, Merriwether Co. Ga., April 24. One number of Willmer &; Smith's Europe
defendant and all persons interested are above. Times is worth a whole file of any other EngPpaper.
That
THE notified the institution of the above Council of the City of.flpalacMcola; from New York, July 1st, 3S44. To the American Bar. ."

,!' suit, and that I will apply to the Jude: of theh1 and after the first day of September ll t, the undersigned contemplates putting to Press Published at Liverpool, just before the steam*
Ss THE
I I' Superior Court of Frankin County, at the Spring following taxes shall be levied upon all pa. ng rs Au Orniiiaiicc ensuing Spring, the first volume of sails by WILLIAM & SMITH. Subscript
\ for foreclosure of said arriving in said City hy sea, viz: Upon each arid} .Providing for the arrest of offenders, &c. .
term of said Court, 1844, a SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM.IT
r- A. G. SEMMES, Pill's Att'y.Nov. every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fiftY: Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and BAR. .
AMERICAN
I mortgage. and each and arri'ing- Council of the of Apalachicola That in allcases <-
cents upon every pas enger City f
o)
IS i I. 3m
21, apl20 of the
proprietors
Apalachicola, the of two beingrnade ofthe violationof My brethren throughout the United States are is the intention 1taining
complaint
by sea from any foreign country sum upOt EXTRAS c*
-. Franklin Superior Court. ,- dollars. nay ordinance of saId city to the ,Mayor, he requested to aid me with contributions from their a EUROPEAN" TIMES," to publish Tiu
hall have full and authority 1'0 issue his States locating particularly the a digest similar to the European
Wm. Lawrence, \ .I Sec. 2. Be itfurthtr ordained, That the own- power respective cOp'
\ of each and vessel arriving at warrant directed to the Marshal of said city, commanding Scene" or u Anecdote" the proper County or but more condensed: price three cents per
vs. }} Bill of Divorce. er or master every him to arrest the person or persons complained District. As the contributions be very num- which I shall have forwarded by post and ni14
s Elizabeth Lawrence, formerly \ this port, after the first of September next, shall against, and detain him, her or them until minutes after each ste2U'E
from the far in few
\ Elizabeth Burns. J \., render without delay, under oath, to the Tr?a- otherwise ordered by the Mayor.Sec. erous and many of them North and express, a be obta1l1
defendant in this case will take notice, surer of said city, a true and full amount of all 2 Be it further ordained, That in all cases West, I must request my friends to pay the postage arrival in Boston, and which may

THE on the first day: of October next, I will passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owneror when judgment may be rendered in the :Mayor's on them. I shall be aided in this amusing and quantities at very low prices. 'VII LMLA"-

f to take the depositions of Timothy Smith master of such vessel, shall pay to the Treasurer Court against any'person for a violation of any of interesting i work by some of the oldest and most EDWARD .

proceed the above case at the Clerk's Office in the City of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and the ordinances of; said city, the Judge of said distinguished Members of the Sourhern Bar.f& EUROPEAN TIMES" OFFICE, > '. .

of in Apalachicola, at which time and place the for which tax the vessel shall Court may remit such portion of said judgment as : All communications must be directed to Boston, June, 1S-M. j J _
every passenger
in his be when "
opinion may proper, its appearingthat Florida.
Pensacola, -
$ the said defendant may at!end. also be held liable; and any owncr or master of such offence was committed under mitti atirueirrunstances. me at I Ligon & Owens, 'KATTORKEY'S
R. J.: MOSES, Att'y for Pl'fil: such vessel,refusing or neglecting to comply with : RICHARD ROE. & COUNSELLORS ATAbbeville L* '

Apalachicola, June '.!:), IS 14. je29_3m the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable to Passed by Council 30th May, 1844. Pensacola, July 1st, 1SU.Gd Ala-
_
and
__ dollars. DAVID { Editors favorable to the undertaking will Troy* iicnit
G.
In Jackson Superior Court said city in the penalty of fifty KANEY, Mayor., practice in the County and.C
ordained. That t the fund: please copy. F ikt
Sec. 3. Be it further WILL
.
the Term 1811. Montgome
of
To Spring Win. Sydney Green, jjf. D. of thecountics
reservedand
James Boon, ) arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be Till. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres- L. "\V. Spratt, Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composiDJa 1o
vs. > LIBEL FOR DIVORCE. used only for the benefit of the City Hospital Council *-' sing: his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR:: LAW. eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of

Piety Boon. S under such regulations as the Mayor and them that it shall be his constant endeavor to render WILL for the future reside in this city. All WOODSON L. LIGON \1Jo

defendant in said case, will take notice may prescribe. himself more useful in his profession. o have committed legal business to his Abbeville,4Ienry co.:

THE we shall proceed to take the testimony Parsed by Council, 20th June, IS 1 )11.I Office on Centre, near Water street. dec25 care while a resident of Quincy, will please address HASTINGS E. oVENS1J...
DAVID G. RANgy Mayor. him at this place. He will continue ,.
William Gay, William a regular pike GOo .
1' of Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, the ---.- T IQUORS AND WINES.-Brandy-Otard, attendance upon the courts of Jackson and Troy, :
Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday JTuiucs F. Farrior, JLJ Dupuy & Co's; A Seignette's.Ginholland Gadsdens counties,.and the Court of Appeals at -Refers to-
sixth day of May next, at 10 o'clock, A.M., at WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC, I anchor brand Tallahassee. Col. A McAllister, > lIenrvcoAI -

the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount, PORT Fla. I i Whiskey-Old Scotch ; Monongahela.'VineOld Office over W. A. Wood's,No. 23 Water street. Gen. A J \ ,
} Apalachicola,
filed with
North Carolina, by interrogatories now May always be found at the office of Farrior &, Madeira; Sicily; old pure Port; ApabiChlcola.Tan.8,1844. -U-. Hon'le. Jas E Belser, 1\I0ntgomeryAI, Ga.

I \"- the Clerk gf said Court.YONGE & TAYLOR, Co. No. 41 1 1 Water st. He would respectfully f I.' Champaign, for sale by ROPE & BAGGING.-:Northern Bale Rope Gen'l. John Dill, Fort McGriff Gaiues Arara. Ia.

\ Solicitors for Complainant.MarUuu licit the patronage of his friend.. ail jrquaintanc DODGE & GARDNER, : India Bagging, for sale by Messrs. Chester & pn.'

Apri12J, ii t tt. nlV* Im"t I &>.. (locjjTj. :: ll'l(( 40 Water st ap-O B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st. January 25th! 1811.



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