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S. C,. WHITTITR', Hallowell.
Apalachicola, Aug. 26. ly


3- The following beautiful, thrilling and ef-
feotive Song, was given with splendid effect by
Mr. Russell, at his Concerts, last spring, in New


York.


THE GAMBLER'S WIFE.


He measures his length at every gain he cuts-
The voices of his freinds wax weaker and weaker,
till their words are finally lost on his ear. He
now for the first time casts a look beneath him.-
Had that glance lasted a moment, that moment
would have been his last. He clings with a con-
vulsive shudder to his little niche in the rock.-
An awful abyss awaits his almost certain fall.-
He is faint with severe exertion, and trembling
from the -udden view of the dreadful destruction
to which he is_ exposed. His knife is worn half-
way to the haft. He can hear the voices, but not
the words of his terror-stricken companions be-
low. What a moment! What a meagre chance
to escape destruction! There is no retracing his
steps. It is impossible to put his hands into the
same niche with his feet and retain his slender


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Dark is the night! How dark ?-No light-No
fire!
Cold, on th6 hearth, the last faint sparks expire !
Shivering she watches by the cradle side
For him who pledged her love-last year a bride !
"Hark 'Tis his footstep! No 4-'Tis past !-'Tis
gone !"
Tick! tick! How wearily the time crawls on!
Why should he leave me ttlusT'. He once was kind!
And I believed 't would last. How mad ?!-How
blind! .
"Rest thee, my babe I!-Rest on !-'Tis hunger's
cry!
Sleep! for there is no food! The font is dry !
Famine and cold their wearlyng work have done.
My heart must break -end' hou!"-The clock
strikes one.
"Hush 'tis the dice-box! Yes! he's there! he's'
there!
For this !-for this he leaves me to despair!
Leaves love leaves truth his wife !-his child!
for what .. .
The wanton's smile-the villain, and the sot I
"Yet I'll not curse him. No! tis all in vain!
'Tis long to wait, but sure he'll come again !
And I could starve and bless him but for you,
My child !-his child Oh, 'fiend !--The clock
strikes two.
"Hark! How the sign-board creaks! The blast
howls by.. [skyy
Moan! moan! a dirge swells through the cloud !
Ha tis his knock He comes! he comes once
more !"
'Tis but the lattice flaps! Thy hope is o'er!
"Can he desert us thus ? He knows i stay!
Night after night in loneliness to pray
For his return, and yet he sees no tear!
No! no! It cannot be! He will be here!
"Nestle more closely, dear, to my heart!
Thou'rt cold !-thou'rt freezing but we will not
part! '; *;
Husband !-fI die Father!-It is nothe !
Oh, God! protect my child !"-The clock strikes'
three.
: In addition to the above, the following con-'
cluding Stanza, is from the pen 'of another gentle-
man, himself the author of some fine songs:-
They're gone, they're gone the glimmering spark.
hath fled!
The wife and child are numbered with the dead.
On the cold earth, outstretched in solemn re:t,.
The babe lay frozen on its mother's breast:
The Gambler came at last, but all was o'er-
Dread silence reign'd around4-The clock struck
four!

EXCITING NARRATIVE.
The following graphic and thrilling sketch of
an incident which occurred some years since at
the Natural Bridge in Virginia, comprises a pas-
sage in a lecture on Genius delivered by the cele-
brated Elihu Burritt, the learned Blacksmith, ot
Rhode Island:
The scene opens with a view of the great Na-
tural Bridge in Virginia. There are three or four
lads standing in the channel below, looking up
with awe to that vast arch ofunhewn rocks, which
the'Almighty bridged over these everlasting abut-
ments when the morning stars sang together.'
The little piece of sky spanning those measureless
piers is full of stars, although it is midday. It is
almost five hundred feet from where they stand,
up those perpendicular bulwarks of limestone, to
the key rock of that vast arch, which appears to
them only of the size of a man's hand. The si-
lence of death is rendered more impressive by the
little stream that falls from rock to rock down the
channel. The sun is darkened, and the boys have
unconsciously uncovered their heads as if standing
in the presence chamber of the Majesty of the
whole earth. At last, this feeling begins to wear
away; they begin to look around them. They see
the names of hundreds cut in the limestone but-
ments. A new feeling comes over their young
hearts, and their knives are in hands in an instant.
What man has done, man can do,' is their watch-
words while they draw themselves up and carve
their names a foot above those of a hundred full
grown men who had been there before them.
They are all satisfied with this feat of physical
exertion, except one, whose example illustrates
perfectly the forgotten truth, that there is no royal
road to intellectual eminence. This ambitious
youth sees a name just above his reach, a name
that will be green in the memory of the world,
when those of Alexander, Caesar, and Napoleon
shall rot in oblivion. It was the name of Wash-
ington. Before he marched with Braddock to
that fatal field, he had been there, and left his
name a foot above all his predecessors. It was a
glorious thought of the boy, to write his name side
by side with that of the great father of his coun-
try. He grasps his kniife with a firmer hand; and,
clinging to a little jutting crag, be cuts again into
the limestone, about a foot above where he stands;
he then reaches up and cuts another for his hands.
It is a dangerous adventure; but as he puts his .
feet and hands into those gains, and draws him- .
self up carefully to his full length, he finds hli- .
self a foot abdve every name chronicled in that
mighty wall. While his companions are regard-
ing him with concern and admiration, he cuts his
name in rude capitals, large and dee.p,'into the
flinty album. His knife is still in hs hand, and
strength in his sinews, and a new created aspira-
tion in his heart.
Again he cut another niche and again he car-
ves his name in large capitals. This is not
enough. Heedless of the entreaties of his com-
panions, he cuts and climbs again. The gradua-
tions of his ascending scale grow wider aparf-


hold a moment. His companions instantly per-
ceive this new and feartilt dilemma, -,nd await
his fall with emotions that freeze their young
blood.' Heris too high, too faint, to a;k for his fa-
ther and mother, brothers arid sisters, to come and
witness or avert his destruction. But one of his
companions anticipates his desire. Swift as the
wind he bounds down the channel, and the situa-
tion of the fated boyistuld upon his father'shearth
stone.
Minutes of alfiast eternal length roll on, and
there are hundreds standing in that rocky channel,
-and hundreds on the bridge above, all holding
their breath,and awaiting thlie I'eraful catastrophe.
The poor boy hears the huirm t new and numerous
voices both above and below: He can distinguish
the tones of his father \\IN4 is shouting with all
the energy of despair. lim.' i'm/William.'
Don't look down! Your other and Hftiinry and
Harriet are all here jayi-/c/ig for you .' Don't
look down! Keep your ce towvards the top i"
The boy did.1n't look down. His eves is fixed
like a flint towards Heaven, and hi Syoung hliearlt
on him who reigns there. He grasps again his
knife. He cuts another niche, and another foot
is added to the hundreds that remove him from the
reach of human help from below. How car fully
he uses his wasting blade! How anxiiOuslv he
selects the softest places in that vast pier! How
he avoids every flinty grain How he economis-
es his physical powers-resting a moment at bach,
again he cuts. How every motion is watched
from below. There stands his father, mother,
brother and skier, on 'the very spot where if he
falls he will fall alone.
The sun is niow half-way down the west. The
lad has made fifty additional niches in that mighty
wall, and now finds himself directly under tha
.middle of that vast arch of rocks, earth and trees.
He must cut his way in a new direction to get
from under this overhanging mountain. The in-
spiration of hope is dying in his bosom; its vital
heat is fed by the increased shouts of hundreds
perched upon, cliffs and trees,: and others whlio
stand with ropes in their hands' on the bridge,
above, or' with ladders below. Fifty gains more
must be cut before the longest rope can reach him.
His wasting blade strikes again into the limestone.
The boy is emerging painfully, foot by f. ot, from
under that lofty arch. Spliced ropes are ready in
the hands of those who are leaning over the outer
edge of the bridge. Two minutes more and all,
will be over. That blade is worn to the last half
inch. The boy's head reels; his eyes are starting
from their sockets. }His last hope is dying in his
heart; his life rust hang upoi the next gain he
cuts. That niche is:the fast. At the last faint
gash he makes, his knife, his faithful knife, falls
from his nerveless hand, and. ringing along the
precipice, falls at hi -notlher's feet. : An involun-
tary groan of despair runs like a death knell
through the chanfiel below, and all is still as the
grave. At the heightJ ofnearly three hundred feet
the devoted boy lifts his hopeless heart, and clos-
'ing eyes to commend his soul to God. 'Tis but
a moment-there!-one foot swings off!-he is
reeling--tireblin r-to ip] in., over into eternity!
Hark! a shout falls on his ear.from above The
man who is lying with half his length over the
bridge, has caught a glimpse of the boy's head and
shoulder. Quick as thought the nopsed rope is
within reach of the sinking youth. No one
breathes. With a faint convulsive effort the
swooning boy drops his arms into the noose.-
Darkness comes over him and with the words,
God and mother! whispered on his lips'just
loud enough to be heard in heaven, the tightening
rope lifts him out of his last shallow niche. Not
a lip moves while he is dangling over that fearful
abyss; but when a sturdy Virginian reaches down
and draws up the lad,,and holds him up in his
arms before the fearful,; breathless multitude, such
shooting, such leaping and weeping for joy, never
greeted the era of a human being so recovered from
the yawning gulf of eternity. E. B.

Tragical and Bomantie.-The village of
Syracuse, New York, has recently been the theatre
of a novel and fatal love affair. About six years
ago there arrived there from Germany a young
man and woman, who, during the voyage. had
formed a mutual atticlhient, and had resolved
upon a matrimonial connection. Owing, however,
to their ignorance of American manners, and other
equally foolish causes, they were not married
according to the laws of the State, but lived to-
gether as husband and wife in a small house
erected by the man. In this way they had lived
together for six years, until some three weeks
since, although the man was frequently urged by
the young woman to marry her legally; this he re-
fused to do, because of the expense of the wedding,
urging that they were as really husband and vwife
in God's sight, as if "married according to< law."
The young woman did not think so, and still
persisted in her reilest-to which he $buldihot
consent, and she assured ih~n'that unless he
consented to so reas~isabritngement, she must
leave him. He did"Thbt hear her declaration,
and went .o.ubtiurn. On his return in tlie
evenitii~ eTound the woman absent, and irnmie-
diateJlnt in pursuit of her to a friend's, where
s,hlad been in the habit of visiting. To hik
surprise he tiiound. on opening tlihe door. that the
young woman was just taking the vow ofi martri-
mony with a yoii,, nmim wlio had freqr.ntlyv
visited them, in the pr sence of several witnesses.
Without .saying a word to tie parties, as ~o,n. as
he removed fr.,,m tlie lirist shi-c.k of his feeling, he
left the ]I(.rie and rn towwails his cottage, crvins


Debt is the hardest of all task-masters, and,, the,
cruelest of all oppressors. It is a mill stone about
the neck. It is an incubus on the heart. It
spreads a cloud over the whole firmament ef^a
man's being. It eclipses the sun, it blotsb oat the
stars, it dims and defaces the beautiful ,blae-of the
sky. It breaks up the harmony of riature, and
turns to despondence all the vices of its melody.
It furrows the foreheadwith premature wrinkles,
it plncks the eye of its light, it drags all nobleness
and kindliness out of the port.and bearing of a man.
It takes the soul out of his laugh, and all stead-
iness and freedom from his walk. Come not -th-
der its accursed dominion. Pass by. it, as :you
would pass by a leper, or o-ne smitten by the pla-
gue. Touch it not. Taste not of its fruit, for it
shall turn to bitterness and ashes on your lip..-
Finally, we say to each and toi all,' but We speak
especially to you, young men--Keep out of debt,
If evils come not, then our fears are vain; .
And if they do, fear but augments the pain.


Tis Christmin, an hou before midnight, and
dark as the rc -; but 'hot a ":.ehth of wind stir-
ring to scatter the hioar-frost that is falling from
the heavens. A light is flitting through the-
valley, like a Will-o'-the-wisp, but quicker, and-
even more unsteady. Eva, why leave thNl home
and slumbers, for thepiercing cold of such anight ?
Ask not: she does not heed- it. Did love ever
hair, when its views were to'be forwarded, or.its
fate determined .AtMd, now she has found what
she sought-the Fairy Ring! She is within its
muystic circle; the light is gone from her hand
for a blast, that would seem to shake the very."
e-arth, swept it fron- her. Eva! sweet Eva! seek
not to know the future': te past has been bright
and happy to thee, and thou should'st leave all to,
thle great Guide and Ruler of nature. Often and
often a small voice had whispered this to her:-
but her spirit would not rest. p :
'-W W may. 1 nt knowit ? If I cannot alter or
avoid, still anything is better than uncertainty.
And the melancholy smile thnt involuntarily play-
ed over her sxpressive and beautiful face, seemed
but a sad omen of that future. And what sought
she to know? ,..
Love love! thou art but a name for destruction '
Thou fixest on the loveliest of earth's children,
to wither and to blight; to pour the torments of
hell into the unsuspecting heart'; to sap the exis-
tence of the strongest and the' proudest. Even
when thy paths are smooth, when the loving are
beloved, thou hast thy doubt-thy fear.
The morning sun is fair and beautiful, and is
smiling on thee, sweet Eva, surrounded by those
who idolize thee. But what is that' strange
something uatby brow ?, A coldness, a calmness,
a something as if the fingers of pain had pressed
it there, and thou still felt it; fain wouldst thou
hide it, but it marks thee! And there is one who
retains that hand and wonders why its pressure
is not returned as usual.: ,E Eva ill ? Surely it
must be so The suit smile and gentle shake of
the head, say No.'
'Come, dearest, the morning air will soon call
back the loses to their'places,' whispered the /
dark laughing face benditg over her; and putting;
on her bonnet, to draw her away with him. i
She spoke not, she headed not where- hi
led her, until her eyes glanced on the fatal ring,
and she fell with a shriek to the earth. Weeks,
months, passed away; and Eva slowly recovered.
'Tis a beautiful midsumminer night; but the
moon is gone, and s.,otly the wind sweeps though,
the flowering trees, a low wailing sound, as
though it mourned for something that w\s gone
something that it lo ved and missed. And did it
riot love thee! Did it not miss the.?, Eva ? Never
again shall it pla around thy light form, nor
breath its music to thee. She is gone, to whom
it sung its most watching melodies. and none now
caii love or understand it. Mourn, mourn, gentle
wind; let thy saddest dirge sing the requiem.
The cold stream is sweeping over her; the chilly
waters cradle her head!
But why repine? The boklen heart is at rest;
the throbbing pulse is calm. Care, grief, sorrow,
can never more be hers. All around weep for
thee? Thy father's low deep grief; thy mother's'
bursting heart-; thy sister's passionate sobs, cannot
niove thee now-cold-calin-senseless. Yet
hlow many envy thee! And hie loved thee, deeply
fervently, passionately. Mladly' he rushed awav,
Shen they told him thbu wert rio more. He left
his home, and beeameet wanderer in other' lands;
bhut there was onile relic that he preserved,
through all changes thoiigh' he lived long-for,-
though he prayed. for deati, it came not to him.
It was a chain, and a small silver box' at the end.
Years passed ; and ,when lie was no more, the-
scroll within explained all. It was as follows ;-
'All has been revealed to me. My beloved, I
have the choice of two evils-but I will rnot call
death an evil whilst thtu lovest nme. The Fairy
Ring-thou reinemberst. what old Ely told. us; JI
sought it at the time, and'Jearnt that thou wouldst
love another better than ni*, if I lived.
'Dearest, it was fate. t'loved." I lowv, I shall
ever love-thee; and I know thou lovest me, truly-i
passionately. I do not mistrust thee: bit. tate,
fate, is ever at work. All must bow to it; but .
could not bear to see'thy heart turned aside to
worship another; blt I would even then'rTther
have believed that thy nature had changed;than
that thou h.adst ceased tolove me. -But it is ovep;.
we shall meet again, free and unshackled as the
winds that have been our companions.
S AnDIEt''"
So rtmis the legend; a stern warning te tosm -
who would seek to raise the veil that prcifully
hides th le future.
The St. Agastine ""-'v s .-T.Iu V. Ifev
sclhr. Vigilant. C ia.:.;iJ.i T', l.' airriv'ed Ierer
on Satbrday lasI -i .."i, :';.- : i;:. \ i .e, \ V-st.
The cbioct or'Hcr vili, isa -, ,.:nit. lr r..m the Gov-
ei no-r ,t LI..nisi thr 1i'u_j lh' :( n:, ,r :'of Flor-
ida, .,ur ei iht, ;, .:, .... ._- .. ii, iLi, tht ir',c."pe from
tlhe B ,lize in .. .. t.} ... ..\ ,.,yette, and were
stianied on te .: i .- .. Sia n f the
n '-rues we' s .' ', ,. [" i ,.R i to ile? ar-
rival of the V'.i .ir :! he United States M\ar-
.-hal, agreeably t ... .Jr of the Court, and,
were p'irchased by lir. V. Sanchez, for the sum-
,I .--', ',Ji.i As yet. Mr. Sanchez has refusedto de-
liver up these iegroes, aree.ibly to the demaridof
thei Governor of Louisiana, but claims themashis?
protiierty, hliaving purchased them at publi-esale--
The case is a novel 'ne. and some excitement has.
been created on the suIject.

Debt.-As you love freedom; keep out of debt.


at the top of his voice, with tlihe phrensv -',f suiden
and overwhelming disappointment. 0 Mary!
my lost, lost Mary!' Thus he ran and cried,
until within a few rods of his dwelling, when he
fell upon the ground, having ruptured a blood-
vessel, and caused other injuries to his vital organs.
He was attended by the physician and neighbors
for near two weeks, when he died in most exces-
sive grief. Frequently during his sickness he
sent for Mary, and employed every argumentin his
power to prevail upon her to come and see him.
Her legal husband was unwilling that she should
visit him, and she did not go.

Calico Printing.-The business of Calico
printing in the United States gives employment
to one hundred and thirty nine mills. These
mills print weekly about 114,000 pieces, and sup-
posin that they work fifty weeks in the year, the
total quantity of calicoes produced by them in a
year is 5,700,000 pieces of 32 yards each-which
is about 28 yards to each female in the United
States, white and colored, over the age of ten
years.


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*' A",LEaEND.


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From the New York and Boston Papers.
arrival of the Steamships
GREAT WESTERN and HIBERNIA.
Sixteen Days Later.,
The steam ship Great Western," with her
*accustomed punctuality,varried at Nei'v York on
ori Saturday evening, the 11th inst, in fourteen
days from Liverpool, bringing one hundredd and
thirty-three passengers.
The state of affairs in a commercial point of
view was encouraging. The harvest early and
abundant, money very plenty, a constant increase
of industry in the manufacturing districts conse-
qient upon an improved demand for goods for
home consumption. Cotton remained about the
same, with a good demand.
The accouchment of the Queen took place on
the 6th inst. Her Majesty has given birth to a
Prince, whose title, as the second male offspring,
will be the Duke of York.
The Princess de Joinville was safely delivered
of a Princess, at Neuilly, on the night of the 14th.
inst. The infant daughter was christened by the
name ofFrancoiseMarie Amelie. It is a curious
coincidence, that this is the anniversary of the
Prince de Joinville's birth-day. He enters to day
on his 27th year.
The Prince Royal of Prussia is now on a visit to
England. Great Britain is this year overrun with
foreign nobility.
The King of Saxony embarked on board her
Majesty's steamer Lightning on the 4th inst., and
quitted her shores to return to his dominions, via
Hamburgh.
The Revue des Deux Miondes seems to think it
doubtful if Louis Phillippe will pay his intended
visit to Queen Victoria. "It cannot be dissem-
bled." says the Revue des Deux Mondes, that
the affair of Tahiti has rendered this voyage suf-
ficiently problematical.' ...
Letters from Florence of the 30th July, mention
the death of Joseph Bonaparte, once King of Na-
ples, and afterwards of Spain. He died on the
28th July, after a long illness. His brothers, Louis
and Jerome, were withihim in his last moments.
Louis is now the head of the family, but his health
is also very bad, and his successors is Prince
Louis Napolean, now a prisoner at Ham.
One of the most interesting events of recent times
is the abidication of old Mehement Ali in favor of
his son Ibrahim. The old man, full of years and
honours, intends, it is said, to take a pilgrimage to
the city of the prophet.
Parliament stands adjourped until September
5th, to enable the House of Lords to give judg-
ment in the case of O'Connell, and also to afford
the minister an opportunity of bringing the foreign
relations of the country before the national inquest.
Judgement on Traversers will be given Sept. 2.
The Government is much more anxious to come
to terms with O'Connell than he is with them.
A commercial treaty was in process of forma-
tion between Belgium and France. It provides for
mutual concessions and the exclusion of English
cotton prints from Belgium.
Mr. Washington Irving has arrived in Paris on
leave of absence for two months from his diplo-
matic duties in Spain. After a short stay he will
pay a visit to London.
All is darkness respecting the mooted points at
issue between England and France, The war par-
ty in "La Grande Nation" is doing its best to
keep the mania up to fever heat. It seems clear
that the energetic proceedings of the French have
struck terror into the heart of the Emperor, who
is now anxious to pacify and get rid of the formid-
able foe he has proved.
The most important piece of news here, (Hano-
ver, Aug. 1,) is that Burnswick withdraws from
the Prussian Customs Union, which will positive-
ly be at New Year, 1845.
In a case of tobacco smuggling, recently investi-
gated at the Mansion-house, London, it was stated
that 20,000 pounds of tobacco had been late-
ly cleared out of the custom-house in Dutch
cheeses!
Sir John Guest, Bart., M. P., has lately receiv-
ed an order from Russia, for 50,000 tons of iron,
for the purpose of being employed in the construc-
tion of railways.
Parliament has repealed the penal laws, which
disgraced the statutes, respecting the Roman
Catholics. A bill, conceived in a similar spirit,
enabling property to be legally transferred to the
use of the Church of Rome in Ireland, was intro-
du^d a passed.


The bo0fiion 9j Imprisonment for Debt.-
The above act, which eep id the royal assent on
the 9th inst., by commtission,.came into operation
the following day, when a nu 'debtors who
had been imprisoned in the different ropolitan
prisons for debts under X20, were libe and
the same course will be adopted in all tCie6 r
jails throughout the country, with the exception
of those persons who stand committed for penalties
due to the Crown.
British and Belgium Letters.-The postage of
letters between England and Belgium is reduced
to is. for the whole distance, of which sum Bel-
gium will take 5d. and England 7d. This is a
reduction of more than half of the present rate.-
The pre-payment will be optional.
Wreck of tle Missouri."-A letter from Gib-
raltar Bay states that the operations against the
wreck of the American frigate Missouri are going
on well, and that it was expected that she would
be afloat in two or three weeks from the 21st of
July. The work was a most orduous one, as it
hatd to be conducted under burningsun, with the
thermometer at 125, and in the shade varying
from 95 to 110 degrees.
Murder ofan American Captain on the High
Seas.-The ship Thomas Bennett, on her voyage
from Liverpool to Charleston, S. C. whence she
sailed on the 3rd instant, returned on the 14th,
in consequence of the murder of the captain by
the cook. She had been out five days when the
melancholy event occurcd, but had only reached
the Bay of Biscay, when the chief mate put back,
on the arrival the murderer, a fine looking young
fellow named John Kent, was apprehended, and
placed in confinement. The captains name was
Halsey,


ARRIVAL THE HIBERNIA.
By the arrival of Hibernia at Boston we have
a little later advises from Europe. Almost the
only item of interest is the threating aspect of
affairs between England and France. We copy
the following letter from the New York Courier &
Enquierer, which will be found to embrace every
thing that is of interest. The Hibernia.sailed on
the 20th ult., accomplishing her voyage in twelve
days, including the usual stoppages and detention
at Halifax-the shortest passage ever made across'
the Atlantic. She brought out ninety-eight pas-
sengers from Liverpool and nineteen from Halifax.
STEAMSHIP HIBERNIA,
Sunday, 12 M., Sept. 1st, 1844.
We sailed from Liverpool at half past 2 o'clock
on the 19th August, and, in all probability, will ar-
rive at Boston this afternoon at 4 o'clock-thus
making the shortest trip across the Atlantic that
has as yet been accomplished,'although I doubt not
but the time will arrive when it will be regularly
achieved in ten days.
As the Great Western (if within her time,)
reached New York on Saturday evening or earlier,
we bring no additional news of importance. The
bombardment ofTangiers by the Prince de Join-
ville, is of course, the great subject of gen-
eral conversation in England; and I am sorry to
add, that the opinion among the most intelligent
of her statesmen is that a war with France is al-
most inevitable. The war party in France will not
permit Guziot tp make any explanation of the Ta-
hiti affair, even if he desired to .do so; and he is
known to have said very recently, that a compliance
with the demands of the British Ministry, would
cost him his head and Louis his throne. In the'
meantime, Sir ,Robert Peel and his colleagues,
are committed,'to insist upon a full reparation; and
what is still worse, the Whigs of England consti-
tute the war party there, so that a'change of Min-
istry cannot be resorted to, to preserve peace.-
But I am strongly inchlined to the opinion, that
peace is not generally desired by the governments
of either England oriFrance. The death of Louis
Philippe has long been looked'to, as a period when
a war between the two countries will be inevital
ble; and possibly the present is quite as favorable
a juncture for the contest as could be desired. It
is very evident the crowned heads of Europe have
less to dread from a war with Louis Philippe on
the throne, than from the same event after his de-
mise.
The great powers of Europe are all disposed to
have "Young France" roundly thrashed; and there
can be no doubt but England hlias been assured
that if she will undertake the task, Russia and
Prussia will not only stand aloof, but if necessary
lend a helping hand'in what they look upon as a,
"labor of love," intended to guard against such a
war as has been for years apprehended on the
demise of the King of the French. The visits to
England of the Einperor of Russia, Prince William
of Prussia, and finally old Nesselrode himself, are
all significant "sign-s of the times;!" and I am
inevitably led to the conclusion,,that a war between
England aid France will certainly take placc
within a very short period-ostensibly in con-
sequence of the Tahiti affair, but in point of faclt,
because it is deemed necessary by the other
powers to check French conquests in the Mediter-
iaIean, and under a conviction that it will be the
means of arresting a general war on the demise
of Louis Phillippe. The judicious use of the lancet
frequently saves'the life of the patient; and in
like manner, a temporary affair between England
and France, with Louis (Philhlippe's well-known
love of pea.e, may be the means of saving France
from great -ommotions at his death; and Europe
from the horrors ofa general war, involving in its
consequences the happiness of the civilized world.
Strange as it may appear to us, the only aversion
which the English exhibit to a war with France,
is the apprehension that our government will avail
itself of the occasion to take possession of Oregon,
and thus make ourselves a party with France
against Engand. This is very absurd; but it has
had the good effect to check the ibl se 01 us in the
English press, wtich has labored so zealously pr
years past to make every American the enemy of
England. As evidence of this change and of the
feeling which prompts it, I need only quote the
SLondon Morning Chronicle of the 20th August.-
In its leading article upon the Bombardment of
Tangiers by France and her desire of conquest in
tile Mediterranean, the editor says':-
"The Mediterranean was not made for Mar-
seilles and France alone. It is a noble sea, the
shores of which Europe and American must pre-
serve in far more hands than one."
This is very significant; I think I may venture to
predict that the English Press will cease its insane
abuse of our people and their institutions so long
as there is a probability of a rupture with France-
thus demonstrating that their recent abuse has been
as cowardly as they know it to be unjust.
BOMBARDMENT OF TANGIER.
The Journal des Debats of August 15 contains
the subjoined announcement of the bombardment
of Tangier;
We are assured that the Government received
last night the following important news from the
African coast.
"The answer to the ultimatum sent to the Em-
peror of MoRocco by the Prince commanding the
French fleet not having been satisfactory, his Roy-
al Highness the Prince de JOINVILLE commenced
firing against the advanced works which protect
the fortress of Tangier.
These works are altogether destroyed. The
European quarter of the town has been spared.
The English consul general, Mr. Hay, took
refuge on board a vessel of the French Admiral."
We can add to the above, that the bombard-
ment commenced on the 6th, at seven o'clock in
the evening. The telegraphic despatch which
announces this fact was intercepted by the bad
weather, but it appears as if Mr. Hay had been in
some danger, as the despatch says-' Mr. Hay was
saved '


"The outer works were completely destroyed,
and the bombardment of the town was still going
on when the accounts came away.
From the London Globe, August, 19.
RUMORED OCCUPATION OP TANGIER BY
THE FRENCH.
T he Patrie, Paris journal, of Saturday evening,
h' ate following article:
omors of the highest importance were cir-
culated -day at the Bourse. It was said that the
Prince de _inville had landed, and had taken
possession Q! Tangeir, where the tri-colored flag
was waving at this present moment.
"It was added, that the English consul had im-
mediately protested against this measure.
The complicatin of these events; the strange.,
silence on the part of government-all this has
caused a real panic, witich has produced a consi-
derable fall in the prices of public securities, as
will be seen in our report below, that the Three
per Cents. fell 75 centimes:and the Fives If. 10c.
There were other reports mentioned besides
these. It would appear that tlie King received
the important news we have just mentioned last
evening at the moment he was going to dinner,
and the Ministers were instantly sent for to meet
in the council, over which his Majesty presided.
After the council, extraordinary couriers were
despatched in all directions.
Finally, persons who pretend to be well in-
formed assert that Tangier, immediately after
the bombardment, had been pillaged, plunder-
ed and laid waste by the Moors theielves.-
Some exaggeration there may be in these rumors;
but public anxiety is extreme, and for the govern-


ment to remain silent longer would be an unpar-
donable fault."
The Frenchat the Gambier Islands.-The fol-
lowing letter (says Galignani) from the Gamabier
Islands, of February 25, giving an account of the
taking possession of the group by France, though
not of so late a date as we have received intelli.-
gence from Oceania, willbe read with interest.
Occupied in the pearl fishery in the waters of
the Gambier Islands, or Manga Riva, we were
visited by the frigate La Charte which, on her
way to Tahiti, came to e-talbislh the protectorate
of France over those islands, thlie soil of which of-
fers but few resources, but of which the shores af.
fords several good harbors. Our missionaries,
during their long establishment in these parts,
have converted the islanriders totheCatholicie faith,
and the chiefs have demanded the protection of
France, which has been granted by Admiral Du-
petit Thouars accordingly, who gave instructions
to the Charte on the subject. :
At dawn on February 17 the,frigate was dres-
sed in all her flags, and sent on shore a company
of infantry and two companies of artillery, which
reached the land at eight o'clock, with their colors
flying and band playing. The officers of the fri-
gate landed, and were received by the missionaries
with a guard of honor. The whole, forming a
procession, moved to the church where mass was
performed. In the meantime the islanders,
amounting to 3000, were both astonished and de-
lighted with the soundsof the music and the
variety of the uniforms of the soldiers. We, on
our parts, were equally surprised at hearing them
sing in chorus the Domine salvum fac Regem, and
other chants. :
After mass a tri-colored flag, after receiving a
benediction, was hoisted on a mast raised by the
carpenters of the ship, and was s.iluted with ac-
clamations of" Vive le Roi des Francais!' from
the natives, as well as the French who were pre-
sent. The Charte fired the usual salute, and the
day was concluded with a joyous banquet, given
by Captain Penaud, of the frigate, to the mission-
aries and his own officers. If I am asked what is
said here of'our establishments in these parts, I
answer, that those to the sourthern-most of the
Mafquessas appear togivegeneral satisfaction; but
this is not the case at Houka Hiva, where our
poor soldiers have suffered greatly."
T T For the Commercial Advertiser.
TO THE VOTERS OF FRANKLIN.
The time is fast approaching when you will
be called on to cast your votes for a Rrepresenta-
tiveand four Senators, to represent the County and
District in the Legislative Council. It should and
will be the object of every good citizen toselect'
good men--men who will correct, as far as possi-
ble, the past wicked and corrupt legislation, which
the people of Florida have been cursed with.
Our statute books are filled, and disgraced with
rotten insolvent bank charters, which have been
forfeited by the banks, and should have been
wound up long since.
Although the Court of Appeals, and four of the
five Judges in their District Courts, have decided
that the law called the Stay-Law, to be uncon-
stitutional; yet, at every session of our Legisla-
ture, since 1841, a great portion of the time has
been faken up and occupied by the repeated in-
troduction of this abominable law, designed only
to protect and enable a few property I.ilders, who
accumulated theixproperty by chicanry and cre-
dit, to keep their property, and avoid the pay-
ment of their debts, until they find it convenient
to pay, while the honest, indtistrious and unsus-
pecting man, who wishes and desires to pay his
debts promptly, are kept out of his just dues,
until the man who takes the benefit of this out-
rageous act, sees fit, if ever, to pay him, always
to the great injury of himself and family.,
The orly mode of correcting the many evils
which have been inflicted on an injured people,
before _asting your votes, examine well the merits
and past acts, of the candidates now soliciting
your suffrages, and say to those who havesinned,
stay at home and sin no more.
S FRANKLIN:
For the Commercial Advertiser.
Mr. Editor :-" Blear-Eye" and Citizen," no
doubt, intended to be very cutting in their re-
marks, which are evidently pointed at one of the
Aldermen of this city, as they both made a tre-
mendous effort, but if they will take the advice
of a friend, they will choose some other subject,
when they wish to practice writing, and not ex-
pose themselves to public ridicule by attacking,
with their infant scrawls, a public body, which
they know nothing about. I do not attempt to
justify or condemn any measure of the Corpora-
tion. But would recommend Blear-Eye" and
" Citizen," before they again proceed so strongly
against a respectable citizen, to find out what
they are about, and look before they leap."
The chairman of a committee is not the commit-
tee itself, and Alderman S. would not have the


respectable citizens of Apalachicola suppose for
an instant that he has the power of leading them
by the nose, as Blear-Eye" and Citizen" seem
to think. I am astonished that there are any of
the citizens of this place who would notice such
contemptible vituperation, but as some of the in-
sinuations which they have thrown out, appear
to be gaining ground, I have taken this tinotice of
them, ef which they would otherwise have been
entirely unworthy. Ald. S. is not only a gentle-
man-an invaluable member of society-an ex-
ample for honest men-but a man who has con-
tributed as much, as any other man that can be
named, to adorn the city with beautiful buildings;
but, like every noble and patriotic man, the more
interest he takes in the public welfare, the more
is he hooted at, by those who are more interested
in other people's business than their own.
OBSERVER.
TERRIBLE STORM.-Last nignt ,our annual Sep-
tember gale came in allits fury. The wind blew
in fitful and furious gusts, drivingbefore it a deluge
of rain, from about half past seven,.P. M., to
about one o'clock this morning, veering in its
direction from N. N. E. to S.S. E. ? We dread to
hear of its effects upon the cotton crop, fearing
they must be disastrous.
Besides prostrating a few fences and trees, no
other damage was done inthis place, that we learn,
than the unroofing of the new building, (almost
completed,) belonging to Mr. George Me Mullen.
Some of the doors and windows of the building
were not yet in. The roof was flat and covered
with tin.-Tallhassee Sentinel.


Front our Correspondents.

MARIANNA, September 1,- 1844.
Mr. Editor-Dear Sir .:--The summer having
passed, and the time growing near when we, who.
have been luxuriating in the country, have to
wend our way to your city to prepare for the
business of the coming season, I thought it might
not be entirely uninteresting to you to hear from
this favored spot of Florida.
The crops of corn are as fine as I ever saw,
and cotton, though somewhat injured by the cat-
terpillar, promises the planter a suitable reward
for his industry and perseverance. You may
soon expect to see the Chipola fleet of barges at
your wharves, groaning under the products of
this fertile county.
As for this little Burg, I can only say, the
store-keepers are in tolerable good spirits, expect-
ing soon to begin to get some of the "one thing
needful" from their customers, who, by-the-by,
are a first rate set of fellows, but (as F. would
say) have got narryf tils during the summer.
The hotel keepers are as kind and obliging as
ever-they feed you on the best the market affords
all summer on TICK, and then lend you money
to iflave on. If that's not superior to the same
class of persons at Saratoga, Niagara, &c. &c.,
I'm very much mistaken.
The candidates and young political aspiirants
are busily engaged canvassing the County and
District-they are all good, clever, highminded
,and jovial fellows now, but howit will be after
the election, I cannot tell.
The ladies-God bless 'em-look charming-
it would do you good to see them ,, tip the light
fantastic toe." Why do you not come up? I
know your patrons would welcome you to the
Burg, and take pleasure in showing ou all the
beauty and intelligence, with which the place
abounds.
Tell your candidate for the Senate to come up,
there is many votes and smiles awaiting him, no,
doubt.
How comes on your Temperance Society ? It
must be a dry time with SETH-eh ?
Yours, &c. Q. Z.

QuiNcy, Sept. 11, 1844.
AMr. Editor:-The crops in this county, at this
time, are,J! believe, unusually good. Corn, abun-
dantly sufficient for our necessities, is already
matured. Cotton promises very fairly, and is still
uninjured by the caterpillar, while, we hear, they
have commenced their ravages i4 the adjoining
counties of Leon and Jackson. Tobacco, though
not as extensively produced, in consequence of
the scarcity of plants, in planting season, as was
originally designed, will probably be our greatest
source of pecuniary emolument. The tobacco,
of this county commands a better price, as far as
we are informed, than that produced in any other
part of the United States; o\. ini, we believe, not
to its intrinsic excellence, but to its pperior fit-
ness for the wrappers of seg-rs; in fact, in entire
segar of our tobacco is, from its extreme mild-
ness, usually postponed to thestrongersegar from
Cuba; but from its exceeding thinness a given
quantity will wrap a greater number of sears
than of any other tobacco yet produced, while its
silky texture gives them the finest and most fin.
ished possible appearance.
Last year the crop sold at about 25 cents per
lb. on the farm-600 lbs. to the acre may be cal-
culated on with considerable- certainly, and, a]-
though much more is often made, we doubt whe-
ther the average is much beyond it. Upon this
data, then, the yield of an acre last year must
have been .Jt 7,,,. Those, however, \ho miade
800 lbs. to the acre, of whom the number was
considerable, and who sold at-30 cents per lb.,
realized a yield of $240 per acre; a result which
shows this to be much the most profitable crop,
so far at least as thegross receipts are considered.
This year we learn the price has increased to
about 40 cents per lb., which swells the calcula-
tion in the average to $210, and vin the extreme
yield to $320 per acre. ; .:, -
In most other respects its cultivation, as s ta-
ple, is worthy of encouragement. Little land is
necessary-one hand being able to cultivate little
more than an acre. Horse power and ploughs are
necessary only to the preparation of the ground.
Its requiring attention only from the first of Juine
to the first of October, leaves the hands employed
in its cultivation, at leisure for any other purpose
during the remaining eight months. When pre-


pared for market (that is when cured and eased).
it may be sold on the farms, to consumers from.
the North, Cuba and Germany, and if farmers are,
not satisfied with the prices -they offer, it may be
packed in coarse boxes and consigned to the North,
with no other outlay than for insurance and trans-
portation. The labor saved during the months of
October, Novemberp December and sometimes,
January, necessary to the gathering of a cotton,
crop, and which may be profitably employed int.
improvements upon our recent settlements, is a,
veryimportant item. The saving in land, where
land is so plenty and so cheap, is not considerable.,
The saving in horse power, and blacksmith bills,.
necessary to the cultivation of large cottiojeapc ,
is of some importance; while the saving i bag-
ging, rope, twine, gins, screws, marketing, n&e.,.
is probably its must considerable advantage., It
is subject, it is true, to manrvy contingencies-plants
are preserved with difficulty from the ravages of
the cut worm, and a hail storm is most disas-
triousin its effects. Yet it can be protected.from
the cut worm more readily thqn cotton, can be
from the catterpiilar-two crops,, and sometimes
three, are raised from the same lind, during the
season, in consequence of which. not much more'
injury is done by a hail storm to, it than attof ;
and altogether, we think, it is, ,t liable togreater
casualties than any other crop.


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C0MMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
APALAOHIOOLA, MONDAY, SEPT. 16, 1844.
Death of a U. S. Senator.-The Hon. Wm.,
S. Fulton, Senator of the United States from Ar-
kansas, died at Rosewood; his residence, about a
mile from Little Rock, on the 15th of August.

AMr. Wright, on Oregon.-The Hon. Silas
Wright, stated in his speech at Skaneateles, N. Y.,
that in his opinion, the title of the American peo-
ple to the whole of Oregon, is as good as their
title to the old thirteen colonies.
St. Mary's Hotel.-A large and splendid estab-
lishmeat, under the above name, is to be opened
in New York on the 1st of November next, under
the superintendance of Mr. Billings, formerly of
the American Hotel. It extends on Broadway
from Washington Place to Waverly Place, and is
six stories high.
Great Speed.-The Express with the mail of
the steamer Hibernia, was conveyed over the
Long Island railroad on Sunday, from Greenport
and Brooklyn-95 miles-in two hours and fifty
minutes with a train of four cars.

Treasury JXotes.-The Sec'y of the Treasury,
gives notice that the Department is prepared to
redeem all the outstanding Treasury Notes. The
amount is stated to be $2,008,450.
Fall Business.-The New York Express," of
the 1st inst, says-The Fall Trade has fairly com-
menced, and the city is crowded with strangers.
Business is taking the place of pleasure, in the
city and country. Pearl street and its neighbor-
hood wears more of a business aspect than for some
time previous, and things indicate a large business.
Boston and Philadelphia are also doing a large bus-
iness, and the season of trade with the easy facil.'
cities of transportation promises to be protracted.
The merchants will, probably to some extent,
check the great importation of foreign goods here-
after, seeing that the effect of an increased amount
will lead to an expansion of the currency, and
the shipment of specie to an amount beyond what
the country can well spare.

ihanksgiving.-Gov. Letcher, of Kentucky,
has issued a proclamation, appointing Tuesday
'the 26th day of September inst., to be observed
by the people of that State as a day of prayer,
praise and thanksgiving.

Cotton.-Begins to come in slowly, and com-
mands from 4J to 51 cts. The over crop of last
year, and the supply on hand, must necessarily
keep down the price. The planters of this coun-
try are at the mercy of the spinning jennies of
England, and will be so until at least one-half of
the crop is manufacturedd in the United States.
Columbus Enq., of the 4th inst.

00- Capt. J. D,,Sloat, has been ordered to take
command of the Pacific Squadron, and will sail
from Norfolk about the 15th inst., for Chagres, in
the United States brig Oregon.
(c-" The United States frigates Cumberland and
Columbia, were off Tangiers during the bombard-
ment by the French squadron under the command
of the Prince de Joinville; also the British ship-
of-the-line Albion and frigate Warspite.
(it- The U S schr Flirt, Lieut. Comd'g Davis,
from Charleston, arrived at Norfolk the 24th ult.
WS- A Frepch frigate La Fortune," arrived at
St. John's on the 161h ult., charged with a com-
munication of Sir John Harvey, on the subject of
the fishery on the S. W. coast of Newfoundland.
A misunderstanding, it appears, exists between
the French and British fisherman.
(t- The English Admiralty, have issued an
order against duelling, which in effect leaves no
room for a dishonorable imputation in refusing to
accept a challenge.
(t- Tobacco is manufactured in all the States
except Vermont and Wisconsin. In this branch
of business 8,385 persons, are .according to the
last census, employed, and $3,487,191 of capital
invested. The value of the product is $5,819,598
nearly one half of which is in Virginia.
(0- The english Exchequer Bills yield no in-
terest whatever during the first year and a half.
It is true the government pay 24 per cent, but a
premium of 34 per cent, must be given to obtain
them. Still they are regarded as a valuable de-
scription of security, because, when sold, they
return the same premium, or something approach-


ing it, as was given when they were purchased.
The Bank of-England receives money on deposit
for safe custody only, allowing the depositor no
interest.
0i- It is said that over twenty-eight hundred
dogs have been exterminated in the city of New
York, during the past season.
(e- A farm on Cape Island, N.J., containing
upwards of 150 acres, was offered twenty years
ago for $1,200. The sum of $18,000 was recent-
ly offered for one-eighth of an acre, of said farm
and refused.
i)r- A Tarter Prince, from St. Petersburg, is
among the visitors at Saratoga. He is said to be
quite handsome. An editor down east, says that
the ladies had better look out, least they should
"cateh a Tartar."
(Q- The brig Wakulla, Capt. Mulford, and the
bark Wmin. Kennedy, Capt. Martin, both sailed
from New York for Cadiz, on the 2d July, the
bark getting to sea a few hours before the brig-
they both arrived at Cadiz on the 26th July, at a
difference in time of casting their anchors of only
about fifteen minutes, and one might have seen
the other during the passage until off Cadiz light.

True.-Boys that have been properly reared,
are men min poikt of usefulness at sixteen, while
those that have been brought mp in idle habits, are
nuisances at twenty-one.







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In the earlier history of this county, its tobacco
was manufactured into segars, but the price of the
segar at length failed to justify its preparation in
that shape for market, and the cultivation of the
tobacco even, was becoming almost entirely aban-
doned, when two of our most enterprising fellow
citizens, Messrs. Foreman & Muse, made a con-
signment to Bremen, about two years since, which
was immediately sold at a fair price-its fitness
for the covering for segars was at once appreci-
ated. All in the New York market was bought
up-agents from houses in Bremen visited Florida
'even, for the purpose of procuring the greatest
possible supply of so desirable an article, and the
'German market has ever since, and we think ever
will be, open to our enterprise in the production
of this particular commodity. It'is said, by those
'who come on for the. purpose of purchasing to-
bacco, that the quality, peculiarly suited to the
purpose to which it is now applied, is produced
only in this county; but as I am not familiar with
the tobacco of any other section of our Territory,
I cannot give an opinion upon the subject.
A CITIZEN.

For the Commercial.Advertiser.
EDUCATION No. 14.
Infantes sunt similes matribus.
-I come now to notice a sentiment of such im-
port that the very mention of it is enough tp make
every mother tremble who reads it. It is this.
Children inherit from their mother's mental capa-
bilities and moral qualities; or, as one expressed
it, They all take after their mother." This, at
first view, may seem incorrect, but it is true.
History, observation and experiment prove it. If
any one doubts it, let him carefully examine the
evidence of it, and if he trace effects to their
cause, or if the testimony of high scientific au-
thority and unquestionable veracity has any
weight, his doubts will vanish at once. All
will admit that there is a great difference in the
mental capabilities and in the moral dispositions
of children. The question then arises-" Is there
not a cause?" Will any-in this age of intelli-
gence and reason pretend that there can be an effect
without a cause? Dare any hazzard the asser-
tion that this is not an effect ? There is nothing
but effects in existence, except God, and there is
no effect without a cause. What then is the
cause of this difference in children ? Is it chance ?
What is chance? Define it. Chance is an un-
accountable freak of nature, altogether indepen-
dent of the immutable and universal principles
of cause and effect. If this difference is the pro-
duct of this freak, then we must come to this
conclusion, viz: that the laws of nature form the
geometrical lines and angles in the flakes of snow,
and the millions of animalculain a cup of water;
but the great immortal mind of man is formed
by mere accident! Away with such palpam
absurdity! There are fixed laws that govern
the formation of mind as well as of matter. The
laws of nature that preside over the mind may
not be so palpable as those that preside over
matter, yet they are a4 real. The fact that some
have not discovered these laws is no proof that
they do not -exist, any more than the fact that
the ancients had not discovered the Western
Hemisphere proved that it did not exist. Wash-
ington was a great man. What made him great?
Was it the absolute decree of heaven, indepen-
dent of secondary causes? The laws of nature
are secondary causes, and it was in obedience to
one of these'laws that George Washington was a
great man. Was he an exception? There are
no exceptions. The great law of nature which
I advanced at the beginning of this number,
holds true in .every case. But perhaps some
sceptic on this subject may reply, There is no
such law." Let us examine the proof and see
how it is. Men of learning and deep research and
imperishable fame have advanced and proved
my proposition. Dr. Good, a man of high au-
thority, says, The variable talents of the mind
are as propagable as the various features of the
body; how or by what means we know not, but
the fact is incontrovertible. Wit and dullness,
genius and idiotism, run in direct streams from
generation to generation; and hence the moral
characters of families, of tribes and of whole
nations." Dr. Good here says, The fact is in-
controvertible." Controvert it if you can. In
Johnson's Economy of Health you find this same
sentiment. The qualities of our mind, or the
material organ of our minds are hereditary, or
born with us." In Falk's Life of Goethe the


same theory is largely sustained. It has often
been remarked that great and eminent men receive
from .their mothers,, even before they see the
light, half the mental dispositions and other pe-
-culiarities of character by which they are after-
wards distinguished." Kelper says, The strong
-are born of the strong and the good of the good."
Says the Foreign Quarterly, Distinguished men
,owe a considerable share of their greatness to the
attainments and character of a mother of supe-
rior understanding." Combe, in his valuable
work called "The Constitution of Man," has
fully established the doctrine that children in-
herit their physical constitutions, their mental
.dispositions and moral qualities from their mo-
lters chiefly, and that during the whole time of
pregnancy the mind of the mother is acting on
the brain of the child in strength or feebleness for
good or evil. Think of this, mothers, and study
the subject, learn your duty and do it. In my
next number I will present historical proof of my
position. DOCTOR.

Ships passing Stirrup Key, (Berry Island) on
hoisting their colors will be boarded by Gov Eills,
.and can at all times be supplied with wood, water
-and fresh fish, and with provisions, such as fowls'
and vegetables and fruit as the island may afford'
The- governor's house is on the north side of the,
Key, and may be distinguhsed by two flag-staffs
erected near the house.


which was formerly deemed too far off to be
thought of for city residences. Brooklyn too is
growing as if by magic. Whilliamsburgh and Jer-
sey City share in the general rage for improvement.
All these places are in fact parts of New York,
and added to the population of the city proper,
swell it nearly or quite 400,000.-NJ. Y. Jur. Corn.
.Napoleon's Power of Enduring Fatigue-
The physical energies of Napoleon seem to have
been almost superhuman. Fatigue was nearly
unknown to him. With most men such an un-
sleeping spirit as his would have "o'er inrd
his tenement of clay." The fiery activity of
soul, however, appeared to endow his corporeal.
frame with powers of endurance and exertion
with which none of his followers could keep pace.
Mr. Alison, in his 70th chapter of the History of
Europe, gives us a vivid picture of the incessant
toil with which he wore out both his aides-de-
camp and his secretaries.
He was invariably temperate, and often almost
to asceticism; seldom took above four hours' sleep,
and, when necessary, seemed able to dispense
with it altogether.
"But, while he shunned the grosser joys of sense,
His mind seemed nourished by that abstinence."
In one point, his character presents a singular
contrast with itself. His genius was essentially
mathematical; yet few men ever existed in whom
the poetic element was so powerfully developed.
His fancy was quite of the oriental cast. To the
very end of his career his mind was full of most
romantic visions of Eastern grandeur; and mag-
nificient and wild imaginations present a vivid
contrast to the vigorous grasp of his intellect, the
coolness of his judgment,;and the crystal clear-


Progress of Geographical Discovery in Abys-
sinia.-Mehemet Ali, pasha of Egypt, recently
sent a party under command of Captain Selim of
the mariners, to explore the country adjacent to
the White River, one of the principal branches of
the Nile, the source of which has never been dis-
covered. Capt. Selim was provided by the Gover-
nor of Sennaar with boats, and escort of 250 men,
and provisions for seven months, and took his de-
parture from Kartown. The account given of
these curious geographical researches is published
in the Cairo Gazette, from which the following
passage is extracted:
On attaining the island of Lesankiechahonr, we
found the village of Makok, of Siam, of Chalkau,
of Josmalin, and of Oschira. The country very
agreeable, and fertile in maize, tobacco, gourds,
beans, sesame; we also saw a little cotton grow-
ing. In this region the river is invested with hip-
popotamuses-an encounter with whom is dan-
gerous, for they easily break in pieces or sink
boats. We saw many of these monsters stretched
on the banks in the hot sun. Capt. Selim fre-
quently fired his musket at them; but whether they
were too far off, or their skins toohard and thick
tobe penetrated by balls,none of them were killed
or even [apparently] wounded. Frightened by
the report of the gun, they plunged into the river,
and we lost sight of them. However, the expedi-
tion continued to ascend the river, passing through
a dry and desolate country, sometimes immense
plains boundless to our view. After great fatigue
and numerous perils, 'we arrived among a tribe
whose custom it is to cast all their dead into the
waters of the Nile, instead of burning or burying
them.-
For many miles along the front of the vil-
lages, which are quite populous, the river bore
human bodies, some mutilated, and some in high
putrefaction. All along the river edges, and on
the bottom where the water was shallow, we saw
human remains, on some of which birds of prey
were feasting. A horrible stench infected the air.
Our boats often, while seeking a passage over the
sandy bottom, struck against corpses buried part-
ly in the sands; and the corpses being disturbed,
drifted further down the stream.. Nothing can
give an idea of the horror of this spectacle; and
what added to it was, whole flocks of birds of prey
hovering over the river and devouring their fright-
ful feast. Gorged with their food, some were un-
able to rise on the wing, and remained stupid on
the sandy shore until the burning rays of the sun
had hastened and completed the labor of digestion.
But this awful prey was disputed with them by
very numerous crocodiles. Captain Selim states
that he saw one of those terrible amphibious ani-
mals go out of the river bearing a corps between
his jaws, the weight of which did not seem to
discompose him. The crocodile carried his booty
to the middle of a small island covered with reeds,
when he disappeared from view, but we heard
the noise of his formidable jaws cutting and crush-
ing whole limbs. This expedition did not suc-
ceed entirely in its object. It reached the moun-
tains of Abyssinia without being able to discover
the sources of the Nile, particularly of that branch
called White Nile. The natives said it would re-
quire two years to reach the source.
Singular Traits of Song Birds.-A gentle-
man of my acquaintance had an American mock-
ing bird in such health and vigor that it was con-
stantly singing or else imitating the various sounds
it heard. In order to try the powers of this brid,
the owner purchased a fine sky lark. When
placed in the same room with the mocking brid
the song of the former was heard to echo through
the house, as if it were chanting on fluttering
wing" its well known welcome to the rising sun.
The mocking bird was silent for some time, but at
last burst forth in the strains of the aerial song-
ster," but louder and clearer, as if mounting and
stretching its wings towards heaven. The lark
was silent from that moment nor was a joyous note
ever heard afterwards. Willing to test the pow-
ers of the mocking bird still further, an unusual
large price was given for a black-bird, celebrated
for its vocal powers. It was placed in the same
room with the mocking-bird. Early on the se-
cond morning its song was resumed, and its char-
ming notes were warbled forth with all the sweet-
ness and modulations which may be heard in its
native thorny brakes." The mocking bird lis-
tened, and was silent for a time; then all at once
its notes were heard to issue forth, but sweeter
and louder than those of the woodland song. The
poor blackbird heard them, felt that it was con-
quered, remained silent, drooped, pined and died.
From the above facts emulation would seem to be
one of the exciting causes of the songs of the birds.
When their powers are excelled they appear to
feel the disgrace of being conquered, and to lose
all inclination to renew their former effort.
Building.-No one can traverse the upper sec-
tion of this city, without being astonished at the
number of houses going up. We do not believe
that even in the palmy days of 1836, batingg the
stores in the bur.t district,) so many buildings
were erected as have been and will be in 1844.
In some localities, almost entire squares are rising
en masse. The houses are generally of the better
class; in fact no others would be in keeping with
the character of a large district, which only so
long ago as we first resided' here, say 18 years,
was appropriated to cow pastures, gardens, &c.,
and might have been bought for as many hundred
dollars per acre, as it would now bring thousands.
The omnibuses and the Railroad have done
wonders for up town,"-bringing a vast surface
within convenient reach of the centre of business,.


DIED.
At his residence in'Madison county, on the
30th ult., Major MADIsoN C. LIVINGSTON, in the
38th year of his.age.


MAR NE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF APALACHICOLA.....Sept 16.


ARRIVED.
Sch Magnet, Haley, from Key West, via Tampa,
with salt. On the 9th inst, lat. 28, 30, long. S3, -40,
experienced a severe gale, carrying away topmast
and yards, and losing about 600 bushels salt.
Schr Gen William Washington, Davis, from St
Joseph.
Schr Clementina, Bender, St. Joseph.
Steamer Siren, Wheaton, fm Brown's Ferry.
Steamer Florence, Floyd, fm Huckleberry Bluff.
VESSELS UP FOA, THIS PORT.
Brig Ann Eliza, Park, at Nw York, 4th inst.
.. Brig Virginia, Talbot, at New York, 4th inst.
Schr S & T Parsons, Smith, at N 0 4th inst.
Brig Orataft, Green, sailed fm Providence, R. I.,
on the 20th ult.
Schr Southern, Taylor, at Boston, to sail 10th ins.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Mr. George W. Blunt, of New York,.makes the
following statement in relation to a paragraph now
going the rounds from the Journal of Commerce,
describing 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;
besides nothing is to be gained by going to the
North of -the Orange Keys, as you get into 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 this bay, having
sunk, strangers are recommended, on rounding
Cape Receite wi h a proper offing, to steer NE by
half N., by compass, until the two beacons on the
western 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, May 10, '44..


We are authorized to an-
nounce W. G. M. DAVIS, Esq., as a candidate
to represent Franklin county, in the next Leg;,s-
lative Council, at the ensuing election. 4p3


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

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

0 We are. ,,ithorizedge an-
nounce Dr. N. A. LONG, of Jackson,'as a Can-
didate for the Senate from the Westerd, Senatorial
District at the ensuing election. ., b.y27 '
ALVA WYLIE. WiV. A. McKENZIE.
Wylie && 1cIlienzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Apalachicola, Fla. sepl6
OURNEYMAN PAINTED WVANTED.-A
good journey man Paintei-will find constant em-
ployment and good wages, by app iiP)g to)
sepl6 It JAMES GIBSON.


NOTICE.-All persons are forbid from tres-
passing upon lot No. 10, block 3, or from oc-
cupying the same, by authority of any one but the
subscriber, who is alone authorized to lease or
sell the same., R. J. MOSES.
Apalachicola, Sept. 1st, 1844. slO 1m
C ORDAGE & OAKUM.-
75 coils of Manilla Cordage, assorted;
25 bales Oakum, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
apl6 40 Water street.


ness of his understanding. The throne of Con-
stantinople or Hindostan was one of the earliest
dreams of his youth'; and, even in the midst of
his most splendid European conquests, gorgeous
visions of palms and pagodas were seldom long
absent from his fancy.- Westminster Review.
Astor House, NJew York.-A correspondent of
the New York Commercial, speaking of this great
Hotel, says:
Notwithstanding they pay rent equal to the
revenue of a German Prince, the pr-prietors are
rapidly acquiring fortunes, which they are every
way worthy to possess, and soon may be classed
among the wealthiest of our citizens.
"The Public drawing-room of the Astor has
been undergoing a two months' embellishment by
Brigaldi, and is now probably the most beautiful
room in the United States, aud scarcely inferior to
the drawing-rooms of European palaces. The
ceiling is ornamented with the richest fresco paint-
ing in the Elizabethian style, representing smiling
Cupids holding magnificent wreaths of flowers, and
looking just ready to let them fall on the head of'
some queen of love and beauty. The wainscoat-
ing is of black walnut, polished as a mirror, while
the most superb tapestry adorns the walls. Add
to all this splendor, curtains of satin, veiled by
wrought muslins and the whole multiplied by two
immense mirrors, and you have a picture hardly
surpassed by any descriptions of' Oriental nagni-
ficence. Another improvement now in progress
is a surperb fountain in the centre of the court,
which will throw up diamonds as high as theroof,
and moisten and sweeten all the atmosphere."-
What else can be invented to promote the comfort
and happiness of the guests, I am at a loss to im-
agine."
A Missing Battalion.--Killed off! was an ex-
pression once unhappily made useof in the British
Senate, by some cold-blooded metaphysicians;
but to show how easily military men are reconciled
to the thing itself, Mr. Labaume has given us an
anecdote of the, campaign against Russia by
Napoleon.' It appears that toward the extreme
right, the Russians had a redoubt, which by its
destructive fire, spread consternation through the
French line. After a sanguinary combat of about
an hour, this redoubt was carried, with the loss of
twelve hundred men, who, remained dead in the
intrenchments; and, next day, when Napoleon
was reviewing the sixty-first regiment which had
suffered the greatest loss, he asked the Colonel
what had become of one of his battalions; "Sir ;"
replied he, "it is in the redoubt! /"-Recreative
Review. .


OTICE TO OWN ERS OF STEAM BOATS.
I have a Buy by the name of Joe, who is a
good Pilot, any person wishing to hlure a Pilot to
run from Columbus to Apalachicola, or up Flint
River, can have my Boy on trial for a week ; if
they like him, I will hire him for a month, or
for the whole season. Persuns 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. alO-m


C O-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.
NURSE & STONE.
B. F. NOURSE, )
H. B. STONE, Apalachicola, Aug. 1, 1844.
H. W. Booxs. ) a19


Copartnership and Commission
Business
AT APALACHICOLA AND COLUMBUS.
THE undersigined have associated for the pur-
pose of transacting a General Agency and
Commission Business. Thebusiness will be con-
ducted in Apalachicola, Fla., by Henry L. Ray-
mond, under the firm of RAYMOND & HAR-
DIN-in Columbus, Geo., by Edward J. Hardin,
under the firm of HARDIN & Co.
The advantages offered by this arrangement, to
persons at a distance who may have or wish to
make business in either or both places, will be
readily perceived. Feeling ourselves fully com-
petent to conduct such a business as it should be,
and intending so to do, we respectfully solicit a
share of patronage.
EDWARD J. HARDIN,
HENRY L. RAYMOND.
Apalachicola, July 31, 1844. al0tf


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


OLD RECTIFIED WHISKEY.-20 bbls old
Rectified Whiskey, just received per schr.
Mary Ann, for sale low by
DODGE & GARDNER,
augl9 40 Water st.
AUTION.-All persons are hereby cautioned
C against trading for a note of haaid, drawn by
me and made payable to Sidney R. Ford, or bear-
er, for thirty-five dollars, dated on or about the
20th of June, 1844; and due on the first day of
December next. The consideration for which
said note was given having entirely failed, I will
not pay the same, 'unless compelled by law.
SJAMES B. DAVIS.
Apalachicola, Sept. 1st, 1844. slO 3t
Comnnission BUsiness.
New York, March 12th, 1844.
03* WITH a knowledge of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
'as COMMISSION MERCH.\NTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of all kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be epnducted upon estab-
lished principles, anwft h a view to prompt re-
turns for all sales 6cted, and answers to all
orders w\it iL\fttll'thevy may be favored.
Bills 4'Exchange drawn againstt shipments of
Cot bother Produce, will be duly honored on
r t'*of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
-responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 Cm 78 Pearl street.


B ELLISON & CO. offer for sale an extenr
sive assortment of Merchandize, suitable fo-
the Spring trade, consisting of
Groceries; Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes;
Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods;
Crockery and Glassware; Hardware;
Woodware, Brushes, &c., &c. mar30
ON CONSIGNMENT:-4 hhds CROCKERY
Ware, assorted, for country trade;
Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left-
wich, Va., some superior cross brand;
Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery;
Hollow and Tin Ware;
Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c.
ALSO,
Sugar, Cofiee, and Canal Flour;
Old Sherry Wine, in cases;
All of which will be sold very low for cash.
DAVID G. RANEY,
jan29 43 Water street.


R OPE & BAGGING.-Northeri Bale Rope
and India Bagging, for sale by
ap20 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.
A XES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes,
just received and for sale by
api3 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water et.


New Books!
0I FOOTE, BAN.*
SL NOCKS & Co.,208
S -.Water street, up-stairs,.
..... ^_.. have just issued and will
sell at the lowest ima-
s .... ... ..- ginable rates, the follow-
ing new and interesting publications. Corpora-
tion Scrip taken at par.
YOU SCRATCH MY BACK AND I'LL TICK-
LE YOUR ELBOW. A Treatise: with Comic
Illustrations, to which is added a Dissertation
on Civil Engineering, and the Speeches, deli-
vered in Council, by the Conmmitte on Con-
tracts. By a Member of the City Corporation.
Elegantly bound in calf. 10 vols. 8vo.
A MELANCHOLY BALLAD. By the Com-
mittee on Improvements. Which will be sung
next season by a Choir of Merchants, to the
tune of "Ten thousand a vear." Chorus, by
the Tax Collector.
DUST IN THE EYES OF THE PEuPLE. A
Moral Fiction ; founded upon facts. Suitable
for Sunday reading. By an Alderman. 2 vols.
18mo.
THE BEAUTIES OF CHRISTIANITY: with
Illustrations of Corporeal Punishment. De-
signed for the use of Sunday Schools. By a
Clergyman. 1 vol. 8vo.
CRITICISMS ON HOYLE. By the "Summer
Boys." 1 vol. 12mo.
THE COTTON MARKET. A Comic Poem.
By a Speculator.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF GALES. To which
is prefixed a Plan fur Grinding the Faces of
the Po'.r," and a Map of the City, containing
hie latest allteratwios nd additions. By the
Trustees of the Land Company. 46 vols. Svo.
sept It


FOR RENT.-The building near, the
Market, known as the "Market Coffee
House," will be rented on reasonable
terms. Apply to J. L. WYMAN.
Apalachicola, July 27, 1844.
B AR LEAD-500 lbs Bar Lead.
For sale by'
CHESTER, FARRIOR & MIGRIFF,
jel 44. Water street.


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


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


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


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


Drugs and 1Iedicines. /
T HE subscriber has taken the Store in Baltz-
ell's Buildings, formerly occupied by Mr. B.
T. Caro, and as early as 15th of May will open a
stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c., &q.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.


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


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


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


PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
100 kegs White Lead;
5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp;
75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes;
100 lbs Verdegris; Paint'Brus'hes;
Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Ldad, &c., &fe
Just received, and for sale' by
B. S. HAWLEY,,
j.1 cor. Chestnut & Commerce sheets.


PACKING YARN.-15 coils Kentucky Pack-
ing Yarn, for sale low by
DODGE & GARDNER,
augl9 40 Water st.
Roberts, Allen & Co.,
H AVE on hand alad forsale:
Sheet and bar Iron;- Blacksmith's Toolsi
German, English Blister and Cast steel;
Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 gate-;
Hollow Ware. wholesale and retail;
Wrought and Cut Spikes; Nails;
Brass Andirons; Fire Irons
Platform Scales, Beams and billantese;
Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesale & retail.
Also, a general assortment of 'Hardware.
They are also prepared to attend to any orders
for Iron or .Brass Castings, Blacksmithing Tin
Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and copper
Roofing on reasonable terms. ijahl ly


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


(1HEWING TOBACCO-45 doz Mrs. Miller's
Chewing Tobacco, just received and for sale
by DODGE &: GARDENER,
jel5 40 Water street.
WT INDOW SHADES-A fresh.assortment of
the latest patterns, just received, and for
sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
apl6 33 Water st.


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NEW YORK & APALACHICOLA 'PACKETS.


Regular Packet Life.
Ship Martha Washington,... J J Doane, master.
Ship Floridian,.~.............Wi. Pratt,
Ship Uncas .............. .P W Lathamr,
ShipEmblem,.............AL Dyer, I
Brig Manhattan, .......W..W H Doane,
Brig Ann Eliza,... .. W C Park,
Brig Metamora,....... ...H Ashley,
T HESE vesselt are of light draft of water,
built expressly for the trade, of the best ma-
terials, copper fastenedi'and coppered, with hand-
some accommodations, and will sailf punctually
as advertised. When the day of sailing fills on
Sunday, the ships will sail on the Monday follow.
ing. The price of passage is $40, without liquors.
w0 All goods forwarded to the subscribers
will be shipped free of commission.
E. D. HURLBUT & CO.,
84 South st., N. Y,, or,.
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
sep3 46 Water st., Apal'a-


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LEGAL NOT-ICES, .


Franklin Superior Vourt./
AT CHAMBERS.
Robert J. Floyd, comp't., ]
Svs. .*..t IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al,
defendants. J
IT appearing to the Court from a fidavit filed in
this cause, that said Lewis Curfis and George
Griswold, trustees of the Apa^-chicola Land
Company, and said John M. Berrien and David
Selden, who are defendants in said cause, reside
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: the
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
Yorli; and the said Berrien and 'Selden in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, thiat a notice be
published once a week for the space of' four months
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso:
against them (a copy-teste.)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. fel 4m
Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Robert May, comp't., 1
vs. IN ,CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al., j
defendants.
T appearing tothe Court from ,affidavit filed
in this cause, that said Lewis Curtis and
George Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola
Land Company, and said John M. Berrien and
David Selden, who are defendants in said cause,
reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit:
the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the said Berrien and Selden, i.n the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space of four months
im the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be -take pro confesso:
against them. (a copy-teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. jel 4m
Fraaklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't."

Dodge, McDougald, Calhoun
and Bass, trustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-
chicola Lot Company; IN CHANCERY.
Lewis Curtis and George
Griswold, trustees of the
'Apalachicola Land Co.;
Myers, assignee in
bankruptcy of George W.
Rols, defendants.
IT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in
this cause that said Daniel McDougald, James'
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis
and George Griswold; and Myers, reside
beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: Ihe
said McDougald; Calhoun and Myers, in the state
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the,
state of New York; and the said Bass in the state
of Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
lished once a week for the space of four months
before the ensuing term of this Court, in the
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in
this District, requiring said defendants to appear'
and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
be taken pro con'esso:, against them.
(copy teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 31st, 1844. jel 4m
Apalachicola District of Florida.
In rStperior Court-F--anklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
vs. "
David D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
IT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that., the
said David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
out of the Territory of Florida, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in tome newspaper published in the city of
Apalachicola, once a week for four months, re-
quiring him to appear aid answer the said bill of
complaint on or before the expiration of that
time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed
against him, and such further order given in the
premises as to the Court may seem justice.
(Copy--Teste.) GE0. F. BALTZELL,
J. & L. BlRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 2S, 1844. mll-4m
Franklint superior Court.
i;/Sprin~g Term, 1844..
A. G. Semmes, ),
vs. / ,*' > Damages $500--Attatchment.
El~i Si~mpson, )
rTHE .defendant and all persons interestedl are
:'Lnotfied of the institution of the above suit,
and are required to appear and :plead as required,
bvfaw. A. G. SEMMES.
'"Apalachicola, Jan. 18, 1844. apl20 3m
Frauklhli Superior Cmurt.
Spring.Term, i844."- "
Hyllyer Bush & Co. )
vs."; Foreclosu'e of Mortgage.
Win. H. Shepherd.
*nHE defendant and all persons interested are
.Lhereby notified of the institution of the above


suit, and that I will apply to the Judge of the
Superior Court of Frankin County, at the Spring
term of said Court, 1844, for a foreclosure of said
mortgage. A. G. SEMMES, Pill's Att'y.
Apalachicola, Nov. 24, 1844. apl20 3m
Franklin Superior Court.
Wm. Lawrence, )
vs. -Bill of Divorce.
Elizabeth Lawrence, formerly l,
Elizabeth Burns. J.
rT HE defendant in this case will take, notice,
_l that on the first day of October next, I will
proceed to take the depositions of Timothy Smith
in the above case at the Clerk's Office in the City
of Apalachicola, at which time and'place the
the said defendant may attend.
R. J. MOSES, Att'y for Pl'ff.
Apalachicola, June 2.5, 1844. je29 3m
In Jackson Superior Court,
To the Spring Term, 1814.
James Boon, ?
vs. 8 LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
Piety Boon.
THE defendant in said case, will take notice
that we shall proceed to take the testimony
of Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, William Gay, Williamr
Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the
sixth day of May next, at 10 o'clock, A.M., al
the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount,
North Carolina, by interrogatories now filed with
the Clerk of said Court.
YONGE & TAYLOR,
Solicitors for Complainant
Marianna, April 2d, 1844. ap9 lm


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IIE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford,
Conn., with full power to receive proposals and
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against logs or
damage by Fire, and'also to take Marine and In-
land risks. The ,reputation of this company lE&o
settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
Apalachicola, April 5, 1.44.

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 froom the press of England, Ireland, Scot-
li.nd, the United State4, Canada and the West
Indies, and the encouragement it has received
from the public of the United States and Canada.
Three essential features distinguish it from aall
contemporaneous publications-
First--It contains a full, correct and compie6.
pensive Shipping List, arranged on a plan so plaitn
and practicable, that "1he who runs may read."
Persons intere-ted in the 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 e3-
,pensive publications from Europe, some of which
are six times the price of Willmer & Smiih's.
European Times."
.Secondly-It contains a Price Current of all thb
Urat British and European markets, devoted
principally to the articles of trade and commerce
more immediately appertaining to the Americai
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and the mai of business must feel an immediate
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figures, and the remarks a'ompanving the vari-
ous markets, showing lhefT actual condition, may
be relied on, and are |in fact an, authority with
most of the first houses in the principle cities 0f
the United States and Canada,
Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the,
American reader, in a concentrated state, and
where the interest or importance of the subject
demands it, in the mrost detailed and ample form
every topic of pl,,lical commercial, domestic apd
miscellaneous interest which ha., occurred Jn Eli-
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previous packet; especial regard being paid to,
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^y It will besold at I.i cents per copy only-
Amongst other -numberous and flattering testi-
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"We are greatly indebted to this newspaper" for
our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial newv4
One number, of Willmer & Smith' EuIropean.
Times is worth, a whole file of any other English
,paper," r ; .
Published at Liverpool, just before the steamer
,sails by WILLIAM & SMITH. Subseription
FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM." :7

IT is the intention of the proprietors of the-
EUROPEAN TIMES,,' to publish EXTRAS, con-
taining a digest sittiilar to the European Times,
but more, condensed, .price three cents per copy,.
Which I shall have forwarded by post and railway
express, in a few minutes- after each steamship's.
arrival in Boston, and which may be obtained Or1
quantities at very low prics. ...
EDWARD WILLNER.
1 EUROPEAN TlM's" OFFICE, ) .
Boston, June,-1844. .. -, .jyl


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igon & Owens,
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,,
Abbeville and Troy, Ala',i:(>
W" ILL practice in, th, County and Circuit
I Courts of'the counties of Montgomery, Pike,.
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing the,
eighth Judicial Circuit of the' State of Alabama..
WOODSON L.LIGON .
Abbeville, Henry co., Ali.
HASTINGS .E. OWENS,
Troy, Pikee o., Ala4.
_Refers to-
-Col. A McAllister, THe-ryco,^ A."
Gen. A J McAllister,
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Alp,
Gen'I. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga. '
Messrs. Chester & McGriff, Apal'a..Fa.
January 25th, 1844. jan29, ff


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INSURANCE AGENCIES.


WARM SPRINGS.
MERIWVETHER COUNTY,: GEO)RGIA-1 :
STHE PROPRIETORS of.thik watering
pl ace,have been induced to ,pea their
fHouse or Mhe accommodation of invalids

and others, much earlier this season than usual,
in consequence of the many applications that have
been made for Board from different parts .of the
country, by those laboring under various diseases,
such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. all of which
readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have
heretofore held out more inducments to persons,
seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to
those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
say come, and come early;, if you wish to be
benefited. These Springs have proved a certain
cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
and in ho instance have invalids failed to be bene-
fited who have .visited them, for the proof of
which, we can refer to innumerable -certificates,
.some from the most respectable gentlemen in the
State.
To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will say this.
much, that we intend to offer inducements enough;
to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
South. We intend to keep a better House than
we ever have kept, (and it is said that we generally
kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all. entirely
new; our houses have all been repaired, and the
whole place presents a new and beautiful appear-
ance. The temperature ofthe atmosphere is fine,
the thermometer seldom rising above 86 degrees.
Our Baths are in as good order as they can be, and
for the benefit of those who have not paid us a.
visit, we will describe them: they are 6 in number,
each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressing
room attached to each, and are so arranged as to-
raise the waterlto any depth required; our Spring
affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of
water per minute; the temperature'of the water
is precisely 90 degrees. The analysis as taken by
Dr. J. B. Cutting, State Geolg-ist, is as follows:,
"Height above the level of the sea, 7934t feet-
quantity one wine pint, or 28,875 cubic inches-
specific gravity 0,998-distilled water being 1,000.
GASES-Ca-rbonic acid gas,.... 2 cubic inches.
Sulphurate of Hydrogen,............. a trace.
SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime,......... 1 grain.
Carbonate of Iron,.................3 5 grains. -'
Carbonate of Magnesia, .........10 09 grains.
The temperature of the Water, winter and sum-:
mer, 90 degrees."
. A Splendid Road hba been finished, expressly
for riding, three miles in length; it leads to the
:summit of a Mountain, where you behold one of
the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
road has also been made to the well known
COLD SPRING, only Iths of aImile from the
.Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it,
to be the finest cold water in the world. ; '
The amusements at the Springs are various.-
The Ball Room is opened nigh tly and the services
of one of'the best Musicians in this section of the
country, is engaged to take charge of it.
We intend to devote our time exclusively this,
season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hope
to be able, between us, to please all, and see that
none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
,will have charge of the house, S, R.B. ,too, will
give his whole attention. r
Our charges will be the same as heretofore,
$30, per month, for Board and Lodging. Baths,
free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and
sold at fair prices. These Sprin are 35 miles
north of Columbus, and 10 inh il-isoith of Green-
ville. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching
here at all times, as, the daily Stages, connect
Mobile, Montgomery,' Savannah, Augusta. Macon
and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and
Hacks run daily from both places here, so, there
will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage
also leaves Columbus three times a week by the
way' of Hamilton, for the Springs.
The Proprietors will'be ready to receive Com-
pany on the first May.
SEYMOUR R. BONNER.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.
The Warm Springs are so well known that we
dothink it necessary to trouble the public with a
long array of certificates, setting forth their claims
to the patronage of the invalid, as well as the
man of health and pleasure. We. will therefore
only invite the attention of the reader to the fol-
lowing letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell, of Colum-
bus:


UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York.
ATHE undersigned respectfully
inform the Old Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
DRY, formerly known as JAMES
CONNER'S" and more recently as
",CONNER & CooK's," and the pub-,
lic;in general, that they are prepared to execute
orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c.,
and every other article necessary to form com-,
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable.
terms, and of as good a quality as any other es-
tablishment in the United States.
The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
in style of face, and the material of which it is
made, particularly adapted for service in News-
paper Printing.
W- All kinds of Stereotyping-finished to order.,
N. B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above,
three times, previous to November next, will be
entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four
times the amount of the three insertions.
.I JAMES CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st,'184,4. je8 3m


Apalachicola District of Florida.-
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
and In Chancery.
'James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. 5
'IT appearing to the Court, from the report of
the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed,
That the following sums are due by the parties
hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments here-
tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin
Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby given to the parties respectively,
to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver
in said cause, together with the interest thereon,
from the first day of March, 1843, or their respec-
tive shares will be sold at public auction, in ac-
cordance with a decree of the Court of Chancery
for the District aforesaid, to pay the several
amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wednes-
day in December next, to wit:
Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st
March, 1843S.....................$1,660 00
Hudson A. Thornton, I cc 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on the same day and year... 972 76
John D. Howell ..................... 365 98
By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack,
Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county,
in the Apalachicola District of Florida.
R. J. MOSES,
Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, August 19, 1844.


THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONSHIP
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office, X). 517 Wall Street, A". V.
Insure Dwelling-houses, Warehouses and Build-
ings in general,-'Merchandise, Household.
Furniture, Ships'building, Ships in Port
and their Cargoes, and evary de-
sription of personal Property,.
AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.,
, R. W. ]iARtTI, Secretary.
": DIRECTORSS.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, ROB'T McCOSKRY,.
JAMES B YAR, HENRY PARISH .
JAMES McBR IDE, REUBEN WITHERS,.
J OHN AbAV.S, WILLIAM SCOTT,
"1()HN H1AGG,-1ERT Y, F. SUYDAM,
G. C. VERPLANCK, PETER I. NEVIUS,
JOHN JOH-NSTON, RICHARD IRVIN,
JOS. KERNOCHANK, C.V. S. ROOSEVELT,.
JOHN I. PALMER, E. D. HURLBUT,
P. LORILLARD, GEO, F. POLLEN,
JAMES Mc(3ALL, "WM. COLGATE,
LOWE LL HOLBROOK.
The undersigned have been appointed agents,
of the above Company, and are empowered to is-.
sue policies 'f insurance against loss or damage
by fire, on as favorable terms as other good office;
NOURSE & STONE,
Apalachicola, March o23,1t44. 46Waterst.


PRiNTERS' AND BINDERS' WAREROOM,
Nos. 29 and 31 Gold street, .New York.--The
"Hoe Printing Press, Machine .and SawManu-
factu6, being, under the management and direc-
tion of Richard M. Hoe a4d Robert Hoe, continue
to manufacture, at greatly reduced prices., Print-
ing Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Standing Presses,
Self-inking machines, ,Chases, Cases, and every
article necessary for a complete Printing Office, a
supply of which, including type, ink, &c., &c.,.
they keep constantly on hand. -_- '< .,
Hoef&- Co's Patent Sinle. Cylinder. Press, has
been recently much improved in many essential
particulars, with, a view-,.to adapt it to first-rate
book printinzr,,as well as excellent. newspaper
work. A considerable nuniber of these machines
are now in daily operation in this city and else-
where, doing the work very.rapidly, and in a
superior manner.
The improvements in their Double Cylinder
Press, not only greatly increase its speed, but
render the press much more durable and less lia-
ble to get out of-order. It is the only machine
: adapted to the most rapid newspaper printing.
They are also the manufacturers of the Patent
Washington and Smith Presses, which are so ex-
tensively used by printer throughout the United
States and Canadas. ''They call the attention of
Printers to their new Machine Card Press, with
which one boy: can print 1500 cards in the best
style per day., This machine is very simple, and
not lialfle to get ou'f of order. Its inking appara-
tus is self-acting. :. .
The '1"Hoe" Co., -also manufacture a Cylinder
Job Press, of large foolscap size, which ,requires
two boys to attend it, who at the same time"drive
the machine with their feet., It will print from
1500 to 2000 impressions per hour, and do good
work.
The "Hoe" Co., assurd'their friends, and prin-
ters generally, that no pains shall be spared to
maintain the reputation of their establishment
and that all orders entrusted to them will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Editors and Proprietors will be supplied with
estimates in detail for Printing Offices or Binder-
ies, by informing us of the style and quantity of
work which they desire to do. -
Hoe & Co., manufacture Cast Steel, Mill, Pit,
Cross-cut, Circular, and other Saws, a supply of
which they keep constantly on hand.
Jobbing and Machine work in general. J
June 1st,'1844.,
N. B.-Publishers of Newspapers in the Uni-
ted States or Canada, who, will insert this adver-
tisement three times before the 1st of next July,
and send one copy of their paper to us containing
it, will be entitled to the payment of their bills
on purchasing four times the amount thereof.


T HE -.ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY of
Hart['-rd, Conn.-The undersigned agent for
the said Company, is prepared tG. issue policies of
Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on
rivers, on favorable terms. The capital of the'
above company is large and invested in the safest
possible manner, and its settlement of ilosses-ha4
always been prompt and liberal.
DAN'L J. DAY, Agent..
Apalachicola, April 8,1844.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,


NOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
INto the Hon. Judge of the. County Court of
Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the
administration on the estate of Sampson Pope,
late of said county deceased.
SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3-6m


N OTICE.-Six months after date, I Will apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Fran'klin county, for letters of
dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.
H. B. STONE, Administrator.
Apalachicola, May 16, 1844. my18 6m


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


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


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


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To whom assessed. cts.
A. T.Bennett.......... 2200

C. E. Bartlett.......... 8 75
L. Birdsal,............ 2 50
J. C. Birdsal,.'.......... 250
Calhoun & Bass,....... 10 00
John Evans,........... 2 50
C. Edmondson,......... 29 00
John Gilmore.......... 2 50
F. R. Griffin........... 1 00
Estate of John Gillispie, 2 25
Jacob Harvey,......... 7 50
John Kerns,........... 3 50
John Kennedy,.... .... 2 50
J. C. Love............. 3800
William Low,......... 3 00
Charles McKinney,...... 5 00
J. Martin,.............. 4 25
Mitchell Marzell,...... 3 25
Jno. T. Myrick,......... 500
Joseph Mitchell,...'.... 4 50
K. McKenzie.......... 500
R. Mainland & sons,.... 7 00
Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 600
A. J. Norris........... 3 00
Ogden & Ferguson, .... 1 25
Dan'l. Ryan,.......... 3 25
John Ragan,.......... 225
Frank White,.......... 3 00
Thos. L. Wingate,..... 2 75
Henry Williams,........ 6 00
PETER HOBERT,
City Tax Collector.
June 7th, 1844. je15 6m


HUNT'S MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE AND
COMMERCIAL REVIEW, Established
July, 1839, by FREEMAN HUNT, Editor and
Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumns, of about
800 pages each, completed. With the) number
for July, 1844, commenced the sixth year of the
existence of this standard Periodical. It is the
only work of the kind in this or any other coun-
try; and, although mainly devoted to the interests
and wants of the commercial and business com-
munity, it has become an indi'spensible work of
reference to the Statesman and Political Econo-
mist throughout the commercial world. Its con-
tents embrace every subject connected with Com-
merce and., Navigation; Agriculture and Manu-
factures; Currency and Baif.ng; Fire and Mar-
ine Insurance; the Laws and Regulations of
Trade, (including important decisions in the dif-
ferent Courts of the United States, Great Britain,
France, etc.)
It has and will continue to be the aim of the
Editor and Proprietor of the Merchants' Maga-
zine to avoid every thing of a party, political, or
sectional bias or, bearing, in the conduct of the
work-opening its pages to the free and fair dis-
cussion of antagonistic doctrines connected with
the great interests of Commerce, Agriculture,
Manufactures, and the Currency.
The-Merchants' Magazine is published at No.
142 Fulton street, New York, on the first of each
mo-th, at five dollars per annum, payable in ad-
vance. A few complete sets of the work embrac-
ing ten semi-annual'volumes of about 800 pages
each, neatly and substantially bound, can be had
at the subscription price by applying at the office
as above.
New York, July 1st, 1844.


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COLUNMBUS, March. 23d, 1844..
Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodating
and courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of
Merriwether county-It is due the public who
may wish to leave their own homes and firesides
during the sickly season, to seek a place where
they can enjoy health, and all the comforts of
cultivated and refined society, to point them to
the Warm Spribgs. In its Topographical situa-
tion, it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering
place in the United States. The Medicinal vir-
tues of its Waters from the Chemical analysis sub-
mitted. to the public by the States Geologist, has
aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu-
matism ; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis; Diar-
rher; Dysentary; Dispepsy, and all diseases of. the
skin and Kidneys. I'" '
In addressing this note to you sir, I have only
complied with -the earnest solicitations of some
kind friends who have been either radically cured
or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Waters
of the Warm Springs.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high congi-
deration your obedient servant,
J. J. BOSWELL.
To Col. S. R. Bonner.
Warm Springs, Merriwether Co. Ga., April 24.


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Apalachicola,


An tauce
To raise a Fund for\&City Hospital.
Section 1. Be it Ordatned'& e Mayor and
Council of the City of .palahoiteo&%That from
and after the first day of Septembel'N xt, the
following taxes shall be levied upon all pa*Wrs
arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each ad
every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fi8
cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving^
by sea from any foreign country, the sum of two
dollars.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That the own-
er or master of each and every vessel arriving at
this port, after the first of September next, shall
render without delay, under oath, to the Trea-
surer of said city, a true and full amount of all
passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owner
or master of such vessel, shall pay to the Trea-
surer of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and
every passenger, for which tax the vessel shall
also be held liable; and any owner or master of
such vessel, refusing or neglecting to comply with
the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable to
said city in the penalty of fifty dollars.
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That the fund
arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be reserved
and used only for the benefit of the City Hospital,
under such regulations as the Mayor and Council
may prescribe.
Passed by Council, 20th June, 1844.
DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.


To the American Bar.
T HE undersigned contemplates putting to Press
the ensuing Springi :the first volume of
4;SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE,
AMERICAN BAR."
My brethren throughout the United States, are
requested to aid me with. contributions from their
respective States, locating particularly the
- Scene" or,- Anecdote" in the proper County or:
District. As the contributions will be very num-
erous and many of them from the far North and
West, I must request my friends to pay the post-
age on them.. I shall be aided in this amusing and
interesting work by some of the oldest and most
distinguished Members of the Surhern Bar.
Pyj All communications must be directed to
me at Pensacola, Florida,"
.RICHARD ROE.


An Orniance
Providing for the arrest of offenders, &c.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Apalachicola, That in all
cases, upon complaintkbeing made of the violation
-.iay ordinance of said city to the Mayor, he
sha .have full power and authority to issue his
warX directed to the Marshal of said city, com-
mand I "im to arrest the person or persons com-
plained against, and detain him, her or them until
otherwise o..iered by the Mayor.
Sec. 2. Be,:urther ordained, That in all cases
when judgmentjay be rendered in the Mayor's
Court against av. person for a violation of any of
the ordinances-'Of said city, the Judge of said
Court may remit Och portion of said judgment as
in his opinion may '-*. proper, when its appearing
that such offence wa committed under mittigating
circunstances. ;.;;
Passed by Councillth May, 1844.
DA4 Q G. RANEY, Mayor.


Pensacoia, July Ist, 1844.
OUI Editors favorable, to the undertaking will
please copy.


Wai. Sydney Green, MI. D.
DR. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres-
sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
der himself more useful in his'profession.
Office on Centre, near Watei street. dfc25


L. W. Spratt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSEL'LOR AT LAW.-
W ILL for the future reside in this city. All
who have committee. legal business to his
care while a resident of ,Quincy, will please ad-
dress him at this place. He-will continue a regu-
lar attendance upon the courts -of Jackson and
Gadsdens counties, and the -Court of Appeals at
Tallahassee.
Office over W. A. Wodos, No. 23 Water street.
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844.


C HEWING TOBACCO-45 ;apz Mrs. Miller's
Chewing Tobacco, just received and Aor sale
by DODGE & GARDNER,
jel5 40 Water street.
W INDOW SHADES-A fresh assortment of
the latest patterns, just received, and for
sale by B.!ELLISON & Co.
aptG .33 Water sl.


James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
May always be found at the office of Farrior &
Co. No. 441 Water st. He would respectfully so-
licit the patronage of his friends and acquain-
tances. dec2-5


A XES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes,
just received and for sale by
;pl3 B ELLISON- & CO., 33 Water st.


LEGAL NOTICES.i.




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VOLUME II..]' I .APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1844. [NUMBER f


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I ADVERTISER CARDS. {:t- The following beautiful, thrilling and effective hold a moment. companions instantly per / hAIUY KING.rue ;

[0J1ERGIAL with ceive this new and fearful dilemma, and await : I
Song was given splendid effect by their ALEGIY.: ;
his fall with emotions that freeze young
PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAYBY : Win. G. Porter &: Co. Mr. Russell, at his Concerts, last spring in New blood.' He is too high, too faint, to ask for his father 'Tis Christinas, an :cur jcfore midnicht, and

DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION: dark as the gruve : tot not a breath of wind stirring j
I. York. and mother, brothers and sisters, to come and 1
B.. A. DOMINGE: & J. L. WTMAN. MERCHANTS. But of his to scatter the ha-frot: that is falling from !
witness or avert his destination. one
THE GAMBLER'S'VIFE.Dark .
No. 41 Water Street the heavens. A 'ht is
the n flitting through the'
Swift
his desire. as
of companions anticipates
r.tics: third story Baltzdll'sfluildings, corner nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla. is the night! How dark T-No light-No wind he bounds down the channel, and the situation valley, like Will-o'-the-wisp, but quicker, and '
Commerce & Chestnut streets, -
fire even more unsteady. Eva leave home
why thy
McKay: Hartshoriic, Cold, on the hearth, the last faint sparks expire of the fated boy is told upon his father's hearth and slumbers, for the piercing cold of such night? '

AT THREE DOLLARS. PER. ANNUM, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Shivering she watches by the cradle side stone. Ask not: she does not heed it. Did love ever'

PATABLE IN ADVANCE. No. 40 Water street, For him who pledged her love-last year a bride Minutes of almast eternal length roll on, and halt, when its views were to be forwarded, or-its
there hundreds in that rocky channel, ; j :
are
novl standing
Advertisements of ten lines or less (twenty linesor Apalachicola, Florida. "IIar 'Tis his footstep! No'Tis! past'Tis! .and hundreds on the bridge above, all holding fate determined ? And, now she has found what '

Dore in proportion,) conspicuously insertedat JjHUaiiAii: DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. gone !" their breath,and awaiting the feraful catastrophe.The she sought-the Fairy Ring She i is within its (
the following rates : J. & Tick tick How wearily the time crawls on mystic circle; the light is gone from her hand
Day Co., thus 1 He poor boy hears the hum of new and numerous
Why should! he leave me once was kind! for a blast, that would
seem shake the
to
.$10 03 :M One month,. $2 50 COMMISSION MERCHANTS voices both above and below He very
One Tear And I believed 't would last. How mad !-How : can distinguish earth
jxminiths. ..7 00 )M' Tnree weeks.2 00 No. 52 Water street, blind! the tones of his father who is shouting with all swept it from her. Eva! sweet: Eva! seek ,

1hrcetnOllths.o ....5 00 !1)j) Two, wee s.l 50 Jan8 ly Apalachicola, Fla. the of *, IViUiani IVilliam! not to know the future: the past has been bright
months,.4 (Wi) One insertion,.1 00 "Rest thee, my babe !-Rcst on !-'Tis hunger's energy despair. and happy to thee, and thou should'st leave alfto
"" Don't look down Your Mother and and .
\v. A. !
& P. C. Kaiii, Henry
advertisements are sent without any special cry the great Guide and Ruler of nature. Often and -
When directions as to the number of insertions COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Sleep! for there is no food The font is dry Harriet are all here praying for you Don't often a small voice had whispered this to her : .
No. Famine and cold their wearying work look down! Keep towards the top!
be understood that to 4 Columbus Block. have done. your eye but her spirit would not rest.'WhymaylnotkuowjU.
rwuireJ, it will they are I Apalachicola. : My heart must break -anil Thou !I"-The clock The boy didn't look down. His eyes is fixed
UNTIL FORBID; they will there If I cannot alter or .
be published I Liberal advances made Cotton to strikes one. like a flint towards Heaven, and his"young hearton
continued discretion and on shipped avoid, still anything i* better than
be at our charged uncertainty. f
fore to the foregoin rates. Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also in Hush 'tis the dice-box Yes! he's there he'sthere him who reigns there. He grasps again his And the melancholy smile that involuntaily played
accordin knife. He cuts another niche and another foots
Advertisements ot which the term of pub- store. nov! ly over her sxpressive and beautiful face, seemedbut
jeaI added to the hundreds that him from the
For this !-for this he leaves me to despair remove
hcatioii is fixed:: by law, will only be exceptedfrom D. B. Wood & Co., Leaves love leaves truth his wife !-his child reach of human help from below. How carefully a sad omen of that future. And what sought .
she to know ?
the above rule. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.No. for what 1The he uses his wasting blade How anxiously he 1.t.

To those who advertise by the year a liberal discount \Vater street. wanton's smile-the villain, and the sot selects the softest places in that vast pier! How Love love! thou art but a name for destruction .
will be made but all advertisements not Fla. Thou fixest on the loveliest of earth's children
janl Apalachicola
; I Yet I'll not curse him. No tis all in vain he avoids every flinty grain How he economises -
to wither and to blight to the torments of
pertaining to their own business, as ; pjur
strictly : 'Tis long to wait, but sure he'll come again his physical powers resting a moment at each,
well as all legal advertisements sent in by them, Harper V;; Holmes, And I could starve and bless him but for you, again he cuts. How every motion is watched hell into the unsuspecting heart ; to sap the exis-

will be charged at the usual rates. COMMISSION MERCHANT, :My child !-his child Oh, {fiend !"-The clock from below. There stands his father, mother, tence of the strongest and the proudest. Even ., '

ill announcements of candidates for office, will No. 51 Water street, strikes two. brother and sister, on the spot where if he when thy paths are smooth, when the loving are
very
be charged FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass, jar.2J Apalachicola, Fla. Hark How the sign-board creaks The blast falls he will fall alone. beloved, thou hast thy doubt-thy fear.
advance. The morning sun is fair and beautiful and is
in
in all
cases:
payable howls The is how down the west. The
by. [ sun half-way
admissible of David G. Raney, skyy : smiling on thee, sweet Eva: surrounded those
Communications (when ,) a : ; by
HI tfoan moan a dirge swells through the cloud lad has made fifty additional niches in that mighty
personal or individual nature, or puffs of new i COMMISSION. x FORWARDING MERCHANT Ha tis his !knock He comes he comes once wall, and now finds himself directly under"themiddle who idolize thee. But what is that strange '.
&c. will be for A.\TD DEALER IX GOODS, something on thy brow f A coldness, a calmness. I
invention!::, goods, charged as : mere of that vast arch of rocks, earth and trees.
:advertisements, at our discretion. I No. 43 Water street. Tis but the lattice flaps Thy hope is o'er He his direction a something as if the fingers of pain had pressedit
jan29 tIn Apalachicola, Fla. must cut way in a new to get there, and thou still felt it fain wouldst thou
i Can he desert us thus 1 He knows I from under this overhanging mountain. The inspiration ;
{$" The following gentlemen arc our authorized B. Ellison &: Co., stay hide it, but it marks thee And there is one who (
I Night after night in loneliness to pray of hope is dying i in his bosom ; its vital
and empowered to receipt DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS retains that hand and wonders why its :
: ; they are For his return, and yet he sees no tear heat is fed by the increased shouts of hundreds pressure
fit the payment of any subsriptions, advertise- I AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No no It cannot be He will be here perched cliffs and trees and others who is not returned as usual. Is Eva ill ? Surely it
njnts or other printing, to be forwarded to U.5- I No. 33 Water street, upon must be so The soft smile and gentle shake of
B. G. ALDERMAN, Marhnna, Fla.J. I' dec ly Apalachicola Nestle more closely, dear, to my heart stand with ropes in their hands on the bridge the head, say 'No.'
I Thou'rt coldthourt! but will above with ladders
freezing we not or bcloFifty gains more
S. SAXCHEZ, St. Augustine, Fla. E. It. FLEWELLEN. M. M. BUTT. part must be cut before the longest can reach him. I Come, dearest, the morning air will soon callback .

JAS. PENN, St. Joseph;Fla. Flcwcllcii &: Butt, HusbandI! die Father!-It is not he I. His wasting blade strikes again rope into the limestone. j the roses to their places,' whispered the '

$ BAKER, Brown's Ferry, Fla. FACTORS & COMMISSION Oh, God protect my childThe clock strikes I The boy is emerging painfully, foot by fJot, from da. laughing face bending over her; and putting .

A. S. GREE.YWOOD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga. MERCHANTS.No. three. under that lofty arch. in! j on her bonnet, to draw her away with him. ; -
Spliced are ready
ropes She spoke not, she headed where, he
not 1
Columbus Block, j :: In addition to the above, the following concluding the hands of those who are leaning over the outer
led her, until her glanced the fatal
Fla.
Apalachicola, eyes on ring,
edge of the Two minutes and all
CARDS. (t tCp- Liberal advances made on Cotton shippedto Stanza, is from the pen of another gentleman bridge. more and she fell with a shriek to the earth. Weeks, J
will
be over. That blade is worn to the last half
New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 bin; himself the author of some fine songsThey're :- months, passed away; and Eva slowly recovered.'Tis .
inch.
The head reels his
.Vi'ORK: N. ORLEANS, COI4UMBUS&c.&c.ADVERTISEMENTS. boy's ; eyes are starting a beautiful midsummer night but the
.. Kiiubrougli &: itidgnvay," gone, they're gone the glimmering spark from their sockets. His last hope is dying in his moon is and softly the wind ; [
gone though
sweeps
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING hath fled heart; his life must hang upon the next gain he
the flowering trees, a low sound
.MERCHANTS. The wife and child are number'd with the dead. cuts. That niche is the last. At the last faint wailing as I

t. lli mrnm&i.o. ) On the cold earth, outstretched in solemn rest, gash he makes his knife his faithful knife falls though it mourned for something that was gone
,
\" 130 Water Sf SO Pine street. Apalachicola, Florida. The babe lay frozen: on its mother's breast: something that it loved and missed. And did it
from his nerveless hand and the
NEW YO3K, WM. H. KIMBROUGH. The Gambler came at last, but all was: o'er- ringing along not love thee! Did it not miss thee, Eva? Never
JOHN I. RIDGWAY. 5 Dread silence around!-The clock struck precipice, falls at his mother's: feet. An involuntary -
PIIILAN'DElt KIMBALL Proprietor. reign'd again shall it play around thy light form, nor
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to four groan of despair runs like a death knell breath its music to thee. She is gone, to whomit

Jis. L. Francis, our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or through the channel below, and all is still as the sung its most watching melodiesand none now .*
At the three hundred feet
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER Havre. dec ly EXCITING NARR .TIVE. grave. height nearly can love or understand it. Mourn,mourn,gentle
the devoted lifts his heart and closing
boy hopeless -
.Yb.' ::20$ Bowery, near Iticinglon st. T. II.
NEW YORK. fnovl ly COMMISSION MERCHANTS, an incident which occurred some years since at a momenttherecne! foot swings off!-he is cold stream is sweeping over her; the chilly

a the Natural Bridge in Virginia, comprises a waters cradle her head! j
No. r>>t Water street, passage reeling-trembling-toppling over into eternity !
Andrew S. Cooke But why repine? The broken heart is at
- Apalachicola. in a lecture on Genius delivered} by the celebrated Hark! a shout falls on his ear from above The rest; :
COMMISSION; MERCHANT, Elihu Burritt, the learned Blacksmith the throbbing pulse is calm.; Care,grief,sorrow, ,
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to man who is lying with }half his length over the
Canal can never more be hers.. All around for
I
No. 5 cor. Tchoupitoulas st. Rhode Island: weep
New York. no\11y bridge, has caught a glimpse of the boy's head and
New Orleans La. of thee Thy father's low deep thy mother'sburstillg
I The scene opens with a view the great Natural shoulder. Quick as thought the noosed is grief; -

Refers to-Messrs Harper io Holmes Thos. L. Mitcliel, : Bridge in Virginia. There are three or four within reach of the sinking youth. No rope one heart ; thy sister's passionate sobs, cannot

janl'itlnov Apalachicola, Fla. COMMISSION] & FORWARDING ads standing in the channel below, looking up breathes. With a faint convulsive effort the. move thee now-cold-calm-senseless. Yet

. ----.-_ MERCHANT.. with awe to that vast arch of un hewn rocks, which his into bow many envy thee And he loved thee,deeply I
---- ----- swooning boy drops arms the noose.-
, SII&UIUJ T. Lirpjxcorr, WM. WYATT.. No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola. the Almighty bridged over these everlasting abutments Darkness comes over him and with the words, fervently, passionately." Madly rushed away,. .

LippiaicottYyatl, dec7 when the morning stars sang together.' when they told him thou wert no more. He left !
. Jy God and mother! whispered on }his J : lips just
GROCERS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, measureless his home, and became: wanderer in other lands
1 & The little piece of sky spanning those loud enough to be heard in heaven, the tighteningrope : ;

1 No. 2 New Levee and Tchoupitoulas st., Dodge & Gardner, piers is full of stars, although it is midday. It is lifts him out of his: last shallow niche. Nota hut there was one relic that he preserved, J ;

. NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, almost five hundred feet from where they stand, lip moves while lie is that fearful through all changes though he lived long-for,
dangling over
No. 40 Water street, up those perpendicular bulwarks of limestone, to but when though he prajed for death, it came not to him. 1 ',
abyss Virginian reaches down
} J. "\Woodland & Co. declS Apalachicola, Fla. the key rock of that vast arch, which appears to ; a sturdy It was a chain, and a small silver box at the end.
and draws the hd and holds him in his
) up up
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Samuel Scliiilcr. them only of the size of a man's hand. The silence arms before the fearful, breathless multitude, such Years passed; and when he was no more, the

If No. 13 Commerce street, of death is rendered more impressive by the scroll within explained all. It was as follows :-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER, shooting, such: and
leaping
weeping joy, never '
1 NewOrleans, La. novl) ly No. \Vaterstreet.. Little stream that falls from rock to rock down the greeted the era ofa human being so recovered from All has been reve l d to me. My beloved, I

janl Apalachicola, Fla. channel. The sun is darkened, and the boys have the of E. B. have the choice of two evils-but I will not call I
::1 yawning gulf eternity.
Thomas Bertram, unconsciously uncovered their heads as if standingin death an evil whilst thou lovest me. The Fairy .j

- COMMISSION MERCHANT, W. A. Wood, the presence chamber of the Majesty of the Ring-thou re mberst"what old Ely told us; 1

e No. 5 Common street. COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT, whole earth. At last, this feeling begins to wear Tragical and Romantic.The village of sought it at the.time,and learnt that thou wouldst

t NEW ORLEANS. novl ly AND SHIP CHANDLER, away; they begin to look around them. They see Syracuse, New York,has recently been the theatreof I love another better than me, if I lived. -

1 I No. 23 Water street, the names of liundreds cut in the limestone but- a novel and fatal love affair. About six years 'Dearest ii was fate. I; loved,'I love, I shall

"BLUE STORES"TRIANGLE BUILDINGS. Apalachicola.: novl ly ments. A new feeling comes over their young ago there arrived there from Germany a young ever love thee; and 1 know thou lovest me truly,

- Thos. :ri:. Doyle & Co. Moore & XflcKcnzie! hearts, and their knives are in hands in an instant. man and woman, who, during the voyage, had passionately. I do not mistrust thee: bat fate,

'f SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, What man has done, man can do,' is their watch- formed a mutual attachment, and had resolved fate is ever at work. All must bow to itbut Iouid

11r KM. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee, No. 3-2: Water street, word, while they draw themselves up and carve upon a matrimonial connection. Owing,however, not bear to see'thy heart turned aside to
. to tlr "r ignorance American manners, and other another but I would 'even then rather
and at No. Natchez street, their names a foot above those of a hundred full worship ;
.I" N. ORLEANS. Apalachicola.JOHN men who had been there before them. equal foolish causes, they were not married have believed that thy nature had, changed-'than-

3 3[. MOORE. ) grown They are all satisfied with this feat of physical according to the laws of the State, but lived together that thou hadst ceased t love me.. But it is over.r-

3I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS WM. A. McKE\'ZIE,5 novl ly exertion, except one, whose example illustrate as husband and wife in a small homeerected we shall meet again, free and unshackled as the

in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and Farrior t% Co. perfectly the forgotten truth, that there is no royal by the man. In this way they had l lived winds that have been our companions.'ADIzv""

rl' Window This ambitious: together for six years, until some three weeks
Glass &c. Will keep constantly on COMMISSION AND FORWARDING road to intellectual eminence.

ban!, a good assortment, of the above as follows: MERCHANTS I youth sees a name just above his reach, a name since, although the man was frequently urged; .l by So runs the legend ; a stem warning to those
r:1- that will be in the of the world, the young woman to marry her legally; this he refused who would seek to raise the veil that mercifully j'hides
: WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; No.44 Water-street, green memory '*
to do, because the of the wedding the future. ,
,
:1y. White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red; nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla. when those of Alexander, Caesar, and Napoleonshall that expense husband and wife .' '
urging they were as really
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black; rot in oblivion. It was the name of Wash in God's if married law." The St. Agustine >.&;'; s., '*.-Tje U. S. Rev;. .
Hamilton sight, as according to
y.j S. B. with Braddock to
Before he marched
Chrome Green and Saxon do ington. C( .'. '1 j'lur, arrived here
; schr. Vigilant, :nCl The think -
did and still
READY MADE CLOTHING and left his young woman not so, :
DEALER IN fatal field he there
that had been ,
French Brown Blue Black Sf MM.M, via West.
Spanish and ; ; persisted in her request-to which he would'not Saturday last, from f. : : Key
No. 47 Water street, foot above all his It was a "
"or Green and Blue Verditler; name a predecessors. consent and she assured him'that' unless he The object of her viJit, is a demand from: the Gov-

Chrome Yellow and Orange do; decl iv Jlpalachirola, Fla. glorious thought of the boy,to write his name side consented, to sQIr.lbleair, she must ernor of:; Lnuinn-; throuciWth'overnor of Florida -
f.sn FINE ----- by side with that of the great father of his coun- so re gement, wio"mad from ,
COLORS:-Ultamarine and Cobalt; leave him. He did"not hear her declaration, ,t for eight :i. .u' ,.,:: :: tneir,, ape
sbiff Lallow do N. Miller &: Co. try. He grasps his knife with firmer hand; and, ,- ,and were
Lake and Crimson ; and went to Auburn. On his return in the the Baltze i"v! : : Lafayette; !
DEALERS CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, clinging to a little jutting be cuts again into : the
Indian Red crag RKI"Sixor
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; ; &c. where he stands evening, fce found the woman absent, and immediately stranded on 'h: .l"t: :;!=
HATS. about foot above
the limestone. ;
Chinese Vermillion; English do; a wet<< ,''t a ;>.v f.tvs; pc-vu"'s to me arrival .
in of friend's where negrues
went her to
streets he; another for his hands. pursuit a ,
Corner Water and Chesnut then reaches and cuts States Marshal ;
.011 Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre; up shehad been in the habit of To his of the Vitihnt,1! *" me Unired .
Apalachicola. nuvl ly It is a dangerous adventure; but as he puts his visiting. the Court, and .
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do; and draws him ;sUrprise he found, on opening the door, that the agretablv to ;.r, oruur oi .
feet and hands into those gains, Sanchez, for the sum :
Crocus Martis Mineral Green Mr. V. .
purchased by
; ; martri- were
of
II. R. Wood, he finds him young woman was just taking"the vow
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c. self up carefully: to his full length, with who had frequently of 2,000.::( As Y t/Mr. Sanchez has refused to deliver -
beD PUBLIC mony a man:
NOTARY chronicled in that young
self a foot above name to the demand
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil Do. boiled every these agreeably
; negroes
; visited them, in the several witnesses. up
Dei, Oil No. Water-street, mighty wall. While his companions are regard- presence the Governor Louisiana, but claims them as his- ---I
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm ; Apalachicola, Fla. admiration he cuts his Without saying a word to the parties, as soon as _
?y, Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000; marl jv ing him with concern and and ep'jnto, the he recoved from the first shock of his feelings he property, having purchased them at publicsale.-

.-ayp Varnish do. of all sizes name in rude capitals,. large The case is a novel one, and some excitement has -
; P. Hobart, still in hand, and left the house and ran towards his cottage, cryingat
Sash! Tools from No. 1 to 8; Badger Hair; MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN flinty album. His knife is created his aspiration the top of his voice, with the phrensy of sudden been created on the subject.
and
itt strength in his sinews, a new.
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round; CABINET FURNITURE, ;' and overwhelming disappointment. 0 Mary !
in his heart. freedom out of debt. :
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes; Up Stairs No. 42, Water Street, and he my lost, lost Mary !' Thus he ran and cried, jlt.--As you love keep
niche
again carves ,
-
. Again he cut another ; is'the hardest of all task-masters, and the
, Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 1\ and 11 in long dec4 Iv. Apalachicola. This is not until within a few rods of his dwelling, when he Debt ?
II his name in large capitals. all It is a mill stone about
Stock and crudest of oppres3ors.
Kalsomine Brushes : fell the blood.
; ground, having ruptured a
1 Michael A. Myers, enough. Heedless of the entreaties of his companions upon It is an incubus on the heart. It
the neck.
.. Marking Brushes, round and flat; The vessel, and caused other injuries to his vital or ans. -
- AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, I he cuts and climbs again. graduations spreads a cloud over the whole firmament efa:
Scrubing and Shoe brushes He attended the and neighborsfor
; was by physician
do No. 2S Water street, of his ascending scale grow wider aparHe man's being. It eclipses the sun, it blots oat the .
Speakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent ; near two week, when he died in mast exces- ;
, .. Whitewash and Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. measures his length every gain he cuts- stars, it dims and defaces the beautiful blue of the
do
Mop his sickness he
sive Frequently during
; griet
The voices of his freinds wax weaker and weaker, breaks the harmony of nature and
---- --- It up
:nit Clothes Costing, Fancy and Shaving brushes; II. H. Wood, till their words are,finally lost on his ear. He sent for Mary, and employed every argument his sky turns to despondence all the vices of its melody.It .

flee and Hair do; Grate and Horse do; AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT, now for the first time casts a look beneath him.- power to prevail upon her to come and see him. furrows the forehead with premature wrinkles, _

Ib"J11I I 1Fafty J."eater Dusters; No. 31 Water-street, Had'that glance.. lasted a moment, that moment Her legal husband was unwilling that she should it plucks the eye of its light,it drags all nobleness __ ___
DISHES:-Copal, white Coach do visit him, and she did not
Cabinet and ; ; marl Jy Apalachicola, Fla. would have been his last. He clings with a con- go. and kindliness out of the port and bearing of a man.

Mastic Polishing Furniture do; vulsive shudder to his little niche in the rock.- It takes the soul out of his laugh, and all steadiness -
. for Pictures, &c. SEWARD DILI. A. F. P AL\lER.; certain fall.- Calico The business of Calico Come
An awful abyss-awaits his almost Printing. and freedom from his walk. not under -
NDO\V
tt { GLASS-2,300( box! assorted sizes oftrench Seward Dill & Co I He is faint with severe exertion, and tremblingfrom printing in the United States gives employmentto its accursed dominion. Pass by it, 'as :you

English and American. AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS the sudden view of the dreadful destructionto one hundred and thirty nine mills. These would pby a leper, or one smitten! bI"pla! -

Shib-.Mixed Paints of all colors for Steam Boats, No. 29 Water street. : which he is exposed. His knife is worn half- mills print weekly about 114,000pieces, and sup- gue. Touch it not. Taste not of its fruit for it

raping Plantation use; together with a Liberal advances made on all consignments, that they work weeks in the year,,the ashes
ftrj-: to the haft. He can hear the voices, but not posin fifty shall turn to bitterness and on your lisp.-
trans to articles in the Painting line, too num- and business entrusted to them will be way the words of .his terror-stricken companions be total quantity of calicoes produced by them in a Finally, we say to each and toiall, but wespeak

1_._- mention. jyG, lyE promptly attended to low. What a moment! What a meagre chanceto year is 5,700,000 pieces of 32 yards each-which especially you, young men-Keep ovt of',debt.If _
U{ to-LANE & READ, Boston. his is about 28 to each female in the United
is yards
P PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork,just received Refer destruction! There no retracing
fears vain
escape then
the of ttn 1 evils come not. our arc ;
CARY COOK, Portland, Me- the States white and colored over age
his hands into ,
and for sale byDODGE is to put
It impossible
steps. An-1 if they do, fear but augments the ri ain. _
Hallowell.
tf & GARDNER, S. WHITTITH, same niche with his feet and retain his slender years.

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OOillillEftQt1tL From the New York and Boston Papers. ARRIVAL THE HIBERNIA.By ment to remain silent longer would be an unpardonable From-OUl''Co'

r' Arrival of the Steamships 'the arrival of Hibernia at Boston we have fault.:' P o dent,
f : The French the Gambler lsland.-Thefol
GREAT WESTERN and HIBERNIA. a little later advices from Europe. Almost the l\IAlUANNA
APALACHIOOLA MONDAY .
,September
16, lowing letter (says Galigiiani) from the Gambier 1, 18.
.
Sixteen only item of .!tIr. .
Days Later. interest is the threating of .Editor-Dear
) aspect Islands, of February 25, giving an account of the S T-The su miner =
Death of a U. S. Senator.The Hon. Wm.S. The steam ship Great Western," with her affairs between England and France. We copy taking possession of the group by France, thoughnot passed, and the time growing near when ba

1 Fulton, Senator of the United States from Arkansas accustomed punctuality,,arrived at NewYork on the following letter from the New York Courier & of so late a date as we have received intelligence haS been luxuriating-in the tee' 0

I i P, died at Rosewood, his residence, about a on Saturday evening, the 11th inst, in fourteen Enquierer, which will be found to embrace everything from Oceania, will be read with interest. our way to your city to country, hate'wend tO

mile from Little Rock, on the 15th of Augu days from hundred and that Occupied in the pearl fishery in the waters of business of the prepare for tht
1 r Liverpool, bringing one is of interest. The Hibernia sailed on the Gambier Islands, or Manga Riva, we were coming season, I thought it ,

J/r. Wright, on Oregon.-The Hon. Silas thirty-three passengers.The the 20th ult., accomplishing her voyage in twelve visited by the frigate La Charte which, on her not be entirely uninteresting to you to hear '
,
I stated in his state of affairs in a commercial point of days, including the usual stoppages and detentionat way to Tahiti, came to establish the protectorateof this favored spot of Florida.
atSkaneateles N.
Wright, speech Y.,
France over those islands the soil of which offers
,
that in his opinion, the title of the American people view was encouraging. The harvest early and Halifax-the shortest passage ever made across but few resources, but of which the shores affords The crops of corn are as fine as I eVer

to the whole of Oregon, is a:; good as their abundant, money very plenty, a constant increase the Atlantic. She brought out ninety-eight passengers several good harbors. Our missionaries, and cotton, though somewhat injured by the aA,

: title to the old thirteen colonies. of industry in the manufacturing districts consequent from Liverpool and nineteen from Halifax. during their long establishment in these parts, terpillar, promises the planter a suitable eat.

'f : upon an improved demand for goods for STEAMSHIP HIBERNIA, have converted the islanders to the Catholic faith, for his industry and perseverance. You re\'&r4

St. Mary's Hotel-\ large and splendid establishment home consumption. Cotton remained about the Sunday; 12 M., Sept. 1st, 184-1.1 and the chiefs have demanded the protection of soon expect to see the Chipola
We sailed from Liverpool at half past 2 o'clockon France, which has been granted by Admiral Du- fleet of bargeT'
I under the above name, is to be opened same, with a good demand. the 19th your wharves, groaning under
August, and, in all probability, will arrive petit Thouars accordingly, who ga've instructionsto the product
i t in New York on the 1st of November next, under The accouchment of the Queen took place on at Boston this afternoon at 4 o'clock-thus the Charte on the subject. this fertile,county. t(

1 the superintendance of Mr. Billings, formerly of the 6th inst. Her Majesty has given birth to a has making as the been shortest trip across the Atlantic that At dawn on February 17 the frigate was dres- As for this little Burg, I can
I doubt
yet accomplished/altfioiibh net only
the American Hotel. It extends title the second male sed in all her flags, and sent on shore a company I say, tle
t on Broadway Prince, whose as offspring, but the time will arrive when it will be regularly store-keepers are in tolerable good spirits
from Washington Place Waverly Place, and is will be the Duke of York. achieved in ten days. of infantry and two companies of artillery, which I ing soon to begin to ,e rpect.
reached the land at get some of the "
As the Great Western (if within her time,) eight o'clock, with their colors one ) '
r'' six stories high. The Princess de Joinville was safely deliveredof reached New York on Saturday evening or earlier, flying and band playing. The officers of the fri needful" from their customers, who, by.theng

I Great Speed.The Express with the mail of a Princess, Neuilly, on the night of the 14th we bring no additional news of importance. The gate landed,and were received by the missionarieswith are a first rate set of fellows, but (as F. wJd[
bombardment of Tangiers by the Prince de Join a guard of honor. The whole (
The infant forming a
the steamer Hibernia, was conveyed over the inst. daughter was christened by the rills, is of course, the great subject of gen procession, moved to the church where mass was say) have got Harry ftp ds daring the summer.

Long Island railroad on Sunday, from Greenport name of Francoise Marie Amelie. It is a curiouscoincidence eral conversation in England: and lam sorry to performed. In the meantime the islanders, The hotel keepers are as kind and oblinjj.

J. and Brooklyn-!05) miles-in two hours and fifty that this is the anniversary of the add of her, that statesmen the opinion is that among a war the with most France intelligent is almost amounting to 3000, were both astonished and delighted I ever-they feed you on the best themarketafrlJrds..

minutes with a train of four car Prince de Jotnv'rile'birth-day. He enters to dayon inevitable. The war party in France will not with the sounds of the music and the all summer on TICK:, and then lend YO'llto
his 27th year. permit Guziot to make any explanation of the Tahiti variety of the uniforms of the soldiers. We, on leave 'on. If that's not mon*
l Treasury oIV"tcS.The affair, even if he desired to do so; and he i is our parts, were equally surprised at hearing them superior to the IaIte
Sec'y of the Treasury, The Prince Royal of Prussia is now on a visit to known to have said verv recently,that a compliancewith sing in chorus the Domine salvum far Regem, and class of persons at Saratoga, Niagara, fcc. term .
gives notice that the Department is prepared to England. Great Britain is this year overrun with the demands of tfie British Ministry, wouldco other chants. very much mistaken. '

redeem all the outstanding Treasury Notes. The foreign nobility. meantime=t him his Sir head and Louis his throne. In the After mass a tri-colored flag, after receiving a The candidates and young political
Robert Peel and his colleagues, aspinnf3arc
amount is: stated to be 2009450. The King of Saxony embarked on board her are committed to insist upon a full reparation; and benediction, was hoisted on a mast raised by the busily engaged canvassing the
carpenters of the ship, and was saluted with County M
Majesty's steamer the 4th inst. what is still worse, the Whigs of England constitute acclamations -
Lightning on and I
Fall Business.The New York Express," of the war party there, so that change of :Min of" Vive> le Roi des FrancaisT from District-they are all good, clever, highmindM
the quitted her shores to return to his dominions, via istry be the natives, as well as the French who were and jovial fellows but
1st inst, says-The Fall Trade has fairly commenced cannot resorted to, to preserve peace. pre now, how it will be after
and the city is crowded with Hamburgh.The But I am strongly inclined to the opinion, that sent. The Charte fired the usual salute, and the the election, I cannot tell.
strangers. Revue des Deux Mondes to think it peace is not generally desired by the governmentsof day was concluded with a joyous banquet, givenby _
seems
Business is taking the place of pleasure, in the either England or France. The death of Louis Captain Penaud, of the frigate, to the mission- The ladies-God bless 'em-look charming,. .

j city and country. Pearl street and its neighborhood doubtful if Louis Phillippe will pay his intendedvisit Philippe has long been looked to, as a period whena aries and his own officers. If I am asked what i is it would do you good to see them tip the lig,
to Queen Victoria. It be dissem war between the two countries will be inevital 1
cannot
said here of establishments in these "
our fantastic
I
toe. do
ofa parts Why not
business
wears more aspect than for sometime ble; and possibly the present is quite as favorablea you coaieapj r
bled. the Revue des Deux Mondes that answer, that those to the sourthern-most of the
says juncture for the know
previous,and things indicate a large business. contest as could be desired. It your patrons would welcome you to
I I the af1 is evident the Marquessas appear to give general sal isfaction but the
air of Tahiti has rendered this voyage sufficiently very crowned heads of Europe have ; I
and
Boston and Philadelphia are also doing a large business less to dread from a war with Louis Philippe on this isoldiers case at Houka IIiva, where our Burg, take pleasure in showing you all{Qa '

and the season of trade with the easy facilities 1- problematical. the throne, than from the same event after his de poor have suffered greatly." beauty and intelligence, with which the place
Letters from Florence of the 30th July, mentionthe nll:e. abounds.
of transportation promises to be ::
For the Commercial
protracted. death of The great powers of Europe are all disposed to Advertiser.
Joseph Bonaparte, once King of Naples
The merchants will, probably to some extent, have "Y Ol1ng France" roundly thrashed ; and there TO THE VOTERS OF FRANKLIN. Tell your candidate for the Senate to come op,
check the and afterwards of Spain. He died on the can b|> no doubt but England las been assured there is votes and smiles
great importation of foreign goods hereafter The time is fast approaching when willbe many awaiting him
) t 2Sth July, after a long illness. His brothers, Louis that if she will undertake the task, Russia and you ,BO
doubt.
t I seeing that the effect of an increased amount and Jerome Prussia:: will not only stand aloof, but if necessary called on to cast your votes for a Rrepresenta-
withhim in
his
last
were
<< will lead to an expansion of the currency, and moments. lend a helping hand in what they look upon as a five and four Senators, to represent the County and I Ia I How comes on your Temperance Society? It
\ Louis is the head of "labor "
now the family, but his healthis of love, intended to guard against such
the shipment of specie to an amount beyond what as has been for District in the Legislative Council. It should andwill must be a dry time vtith SETH-eh ?
"f also very bad, and his successors is Prince war years apprenhended on the
the country can well spare. demise of the King of the French. The visits to be the object of every good citizen to select Yours, &c. Q. 2.,
Louis Napoleon: now a prisoner at Ham. England of the Emperor of Russia, PrinceVilliam
One of the most interesting events ofrecent timesis of Prussia, and finally old Nesselrode himself, are good men-men who will correct, as far as possi
anlL.-1giving.-Gov
I Letcher, of Kentucky, all significant "signs of the times;" and I am ble, the past wicked and corrupt legislation,which QUINCY Sept. 11, t1..1llr. .
I has issued a proclamation, appointing the abidication of old Mehement Ali in favor of inevitably led to the conclusion that between Editor:-The in this
1'1'\ Tuesday a war the people of Florida have been cursed with. crops county, at tbi,
I the 26th day of September inst. his son Ibrahim. The old man, full of years and England and France will certainly take place time I believe
to be obsen'edif within short Our statute books are filled and disgraced with are, unusually,good. Corn, shoo
a period in
the honours, intends, it is said, to take a to very -ostensibly consequence
pilgrimage
by people of that State as a day of prayer,, of the Tahiti atfair, but in point of fact, rotten insolvent bank charters, which have been dantly sufficient for our necessities, is already
praise and the city of the prophet. 1 because it is deemed the
other '
thanksgiving. necessary by matured. Cotton
forfeited promises very fairly, and
the banks u
t still
by and should have been
to check French
Parliament stands adjourned until 1 powers conquests in the Mediterranean -
; September
; 1i
S i and under a conviction that it will be the wound up long since. uninjured by the catterpillar,while, we hear,tin
Cotton.-Begins to come in and 5th, to enable the House of Lords to give judgi
slowly, commands i- i means of arresting a general war on the demiseof have commenced their in the
/the Court of ravages
} from 4J to 5j cts. The over of la strnent in the case of O'Connell, and also to afford Louis Phillippe. The judicious use of the lancet Although Appeals,and four of the adjoining
crop counties
of Leon
1, \ year, and the supply on hand, must the minister an opportunity of bringing the foreign frequently saves the life of the patient ; and i in five Judges in their District Courts, have decided and Jackson. Tobacco, though
t necessarily ]like manner, a temporary affair between England that the law called the not as extensively produced, in consequence of
keep down the price. The planters of this country relations of the country before the national inquest. and France, with Louis !JPhillippe'svellknown Stay-Law, to he unconstitutional the of in

are at the mercy of the spinning jennies of Judgement on Traversers will be given Sept. 2. love of peace, may be the means of saving France ; yet, at every session of our Legislature scarcity plants, planting season, as wa
from great commotions at his death ; and Europe since 1841, a great portion of the time has originally]) designed, will probably be our greatest ,
., England, and will be until The Government i3 much anxious
so at least one-half of more to come from the horrors ofa general war, involving in its of emolument.
been taken source pecuniary The
and tobacco
the crop is manufactured in the United States. to terms with O'Connell than he is with them.A consequences the happiness of the civilized world. up occupied by the repeated i introduction
j Strange as it may appear to us, the only aversion of this abominable law, designed onlyto of this county commands a better price, as far 8
[Colunibus Enq., of the 4th inst. commercial treaty was in process of formation which the
English exhibit to a war with France, protect and enable a few holders we are informed, than that produced in any otbtt
who
between Belgium and France. It provides for is the apprehension that our goverment will avail property ,
{trj- Capt. J. D.Sloat. has been ordered to take mutual concessions and the exclusion of itself of the occasion to take posession of Oregon i, accumulated their property by chicanry and credit part of the United States; owing, we believenot

command of the Pacific Squadron, and will sail cotton prints from Belgium. English and against thus Engand.make ourselves This is a party absurd with but France it has to keep their property, and avoid the payment to its intrinsic excellence, but to its superior fit.

from Norfolk about the had very ;. of their debts, until find it ness for the wrappers of segars ; in fact, an entifi:
15th inst., for Chagres, in Mr. Washington Irving has arrived in Paris on the good effect to check the abuse of us in t heor they convenientto -
+ t P the United States brig Oregon. leave of absence for two months from his English press, which has labored BO zealously "f, pay, while the honest, industrious and unsuspecting setar of our tobacco is, from its extreme mild

err( The United States diplomatic years past to make every American the enemy 'of man, who wishes and desires ness, usually postponed to the stronger frog
frigates Oumberland and duties in Spain. After a short stay he will England As evidence of this change and of the to pay h i. segar

t I Columbia, were off Tangiers during the bombardment pay a visit to London. London feeling which prompts it, I need only quote the debts promptly, are kept out of his just dues, Cuba ; but from its exceeding thinness satin,

by the French squadron under the command] All darkness respecting the mooted points at In its leading Morning article Chronicle upon the of the Bombardment 20th August.-of ,i until the man who takes the benefit of this out- quantity will wrap a greater number of alga

,I 1 I of the Prince de Joinville; also the British ship- issue between England and France, The war party Tangiers by France and her desire of conquest in rageous act, sees fit, if ever, to pay him, alwaysto than of any other tobacco yet produced, while to

of-the-line:Albion and frigate Warspite. in "La Grande Nation" is doing its best to the"The Mediterranean Mediterranean, the editor was not says"made::- for Maseines the great injury of himself and family. silky texture gives them the finest and most Fite

&:t- The U S schr Flirt, Lieut. Corad'g Davis, keep the mania up to fever heat. It seems clear and France_ alone. It is a noble sea. the rThe_ _only mode of correcting the many evils ished possible appearance.

from Charleston, arrived at Norfolk the 24th ult. that the energetic proceedings of the French have serve snores in ot far which more Europe hands and than American" must' pre- which have been inflicted on an injured people, Last year the crop sold at about 25 cents pa

CO A French frigate La Fortune arrived one. before pasting your votes, examine well the merits lb. on the farm-600 lbs. to the acre may be calculated
at struck terror into the heart of the Emperor, who This is very significant: ; I think I may venture to

St. John's on the IGih ult., charged with a communication is now anxious to pacify and get rid of the formidable !I predict that the English Press will cease its insane and past acts of the candidates now soliciting on with considerable certainty, and,a-

of Sir John Harvey, on the subject of foe he has provked. as abuse there of is our a probability people and of their rupture institutions with France-so long your suffrages, and say to those who have sinned, though much more is often made, we doubt whether

the fishery on the S. W. coast of Newfoundlund.'A The most important piece of news here, (Hanover thus demonstrating that their recent abuse has beenas stay at home and sin no more. the average is much beyond it. Upon this

; misunderstanding, it appears, exists between Aug. 1,) is that Burnswick withdraws from cowardly as they know it to be unjust. FRANKLIN.For data, then, the yield of an acre last year cut

French and British fisherman. the Prussian Customs Union, which will positively BOMBARDMENT! OF TANGIER.The the Commercial Advertiser. have been $150. Those, however, u&o mad

09- The English Admiralty, have issued an be at New Year, IS,15. Journal des Debats of August 15 containsthe Mr. Editor:-" Blear-Eye" and Citizen," no 800 lbs. to the acre, of whom the number was

1// order against duelling,,,which in effect leaves no In a case of tobacco smuggling, recently investigated subjoined announcement of the bombardmentof doubt, intended to be very cutting in their remarks considerable, and who sold at 30 cents per ft.,

I ., room for a dishonorable imputation in refusing to at the Mansion-house, London, it was stated "Tangier We are; assured that the Government received which are evidently pointed at one of the realized a yield of $240 per acre; a result which

accept a challenge. that 20,000 pounds of tobacco had been lateates last night the following important news from the Aldermen of this city, as they both made a tremendous shows this to be much the most profitable,

03Tobacco is manufactured in all the Stc ly cleared out of the custom-house in Dutch African coast. effort, but if they will take the adviceof so far at least as the gross receipts are considerei

except Vermont and Wisconsin. In this branchof cheeses! The answer to the ultimatum sent to the Em- a friend, they will choose some other This year we learn the price has increased to

last business 6,3S5 persons, are according to the Sir John Guest, Bart., M. P., has lately received French peror of fleet MOROCCO not having by the been Prince satisfactory commanding, his Royal the when they wish to practice writing, and subject not ex, about 40 cents per lb., which swells the calculi'

census, employed, and $3,487,191 of capitalinvested. an order from Russiafor 50,000 tons of iron, Highness the Prince de JOINVILLEcommenced pose themselves to public ridicule by attacking, tion in the average to $240, and in the extreme

The'value of the product is $5,819,595nearly for the purpose of being employed in the construc- firing against the advanced works which protectthe with their infant scrawls, a public body, which yield to $320 per acre.

one half of which is in Virginia. tion of railways.Parliament fortress of Tangier. they know nothing about. I do In most other
t. "These not attempt to respects its cultivation, as a bto
works
I ((0- The English are altogether destroyed. The
+ Exchequer Bills yield no interest has repealed the penal laws, which European quarter of the town has been spared. justify or condemn any measure of the Corporation. pie, is worthy of encouragement. Little laoda
{ whatever
s; It i is true during the first year and a half. disgraced the statutes, respecting the Roman "The English consul general, Mr. Hay, took But would recommend Blear-Eye" and necessary-one hand being able to cultivate lit&

I the government pay 2f per cent, but ta Catholics. A bill, conceived in a similar spirit, refuge on board a vessel of the French Admiral. Citizen," before they again proceed so strongly more than an acre. Horse power and ploughs
t premium of 31 per cent, must be given to obtain We can: add to the above, that the bombard-
them. Still they, enabling property to be legally transferred to the ment commenced on the Gth, at seven o'clock in against a respectable citizen, to find out what necessary only to the preparation of the grooi

\ of are regarded as a valuable description use of the Church of Rome in Ireland, was introduced the evening. The telegraphic despatch which they arc about, and "look before they leap." Its requiring attention only from the first of Jm ne

security, because, when t sold, they and-\ passed. announces this fact was intercepted by the bad The chairman of a committee is not the committee to the first of October, leaves the hands employed
return the same premium, or something approaching The .bOlitioTr\o weather, but it appears as if Mr. Hay had been in itself and
[ Iniprisonment for Debt.- Alderman S. would not have the in its cultivation, at leisure for other purpc*
:' it, as was given when they were purchased.The I The above act, .-feceived the royal assent some danger, as the despatch says-* Mr. Hay was respectable citizens of any
on Apalachicola during the
t Bank the 9th inst. cominissioricauie saved.: suppose for remaining eight months. When pn-
\ of-England receives by into
safe custody only, money on depositor following day, when a number-Debtors operationthe who The outer works were completely destroyed, an instant that he has the power of leading them pared for market (that is when cured and cased}

interest. allowing the depositor no had been imprisoned in the differenfirietropolitan and the bombardment of the town was still going by the nose, as Blear-Eye" and "Citizen" seem it may be sold on the farms, to consumers figs!

a' prisons for debts under 20, were liberated, and on when the accounts came away. to think. I am astonished that there are any of the North, Cuba and Germany, and farmers V*
af (err It is said that over twenty-eight hundred the same course will be adopted in all the other From the London Globe the citizens of this
August 19. place who would notice such not satisfied with the prices they offer, it mal be "
.j i dogs hare been exterminated in the city of 1\ jails throughout the country, with the exception; RUMORED OCCUPATION TANGIER BY but
contemptible
,< i: York, during the past season. ettiof those persons who stand committed for penalties' THE FRENCH. vituperation, as some of the insinuations packed in coarse boxes consigned to the Nortb,

due tn the Crown. -.;; The Patrie. Paris journal of Saturday evening. which they have thrown out annear. with nr other rmtlnv than for insurance and tnDS-
---
J O'JA farm on Cape Island, K. J., containing Bnlisletters li and Belgium Letters.-The postage of I I has\the following article- : of ------0. to be gaining ground, I have taken this notice& of portation. The labor saved during the months ,,
upwards of 150 acres, was offered twenty between and "Rtimors of the highest! importance them cf which ;
years England Belgium is reducedto ; were cir they would otherwise have been October November December and sometime' ,
,
I, ago for $1,200. The sum of $15,000 was recent- Is. for the whole distance, of which sum Bel- cUlat .to-day at the Bourse. It was said that the entirely unworthy. Aid. S. is
ly offered for one-eighth of an acre of said farm gium will take 5d. and England 7d. This is a Prince'det'Joinville had landed, and had taken not only a gentle- January, necessary to the gathering of a cottoa

and refused. reduction of more than half of the present rate.- possession of Tangeir, where the tri-colored flag man-an invaluable member of society-an ex- crop, and which may be profitably employ 4 IlL:

The prepayment will be optional. was waving at this present moment. ample for honest men-but a man who has improvements our recent settlement1 *
con
03- A Tarter Prince, from St. Petersburg, is Wreck of the" Missouri."-& letter from Gib- It was added, that the English consul had immediately tributed as much, as any other man that can be very important upon item. The saving in land,wbfl* ':

among the visitors at Saratoga. He is said to he : raltar Bay states that the operations against: the pretested against this measure. named, to adorn the city with beautiful notconsidtnW-
The complication of these buildings land is so plenty and so cheap,'is *
quite handsome. An editor down east, says that I wreck of the American frigate Missouri are going silence events ; the strange! but, like noble ;
the and biU.
the ladies had better look an well, and that it was expected that she wouldbe on part of government-all this has every patriotic man, the more The saving in horse power, and blacksmith
out least
they should caused a real panic, which has interest he
takes in
catch a Tartar." afloat in two or three weeks from the 21st of fall in the of produced a considerable -. the public welfare, the more necessary to the cultivation of a large cotica *" i
July. The work was a most orduous one, as it prices_ public securities, as is he hooted at, by those who savia il8 I ?"
will be in are more interested is of some importance while the 1
The seen our ;
$& brig Wakulla, Capt. Mulford and the report below, that the Three
had to be conducted undera burning sun, with the in other people's business
bark Wm. per Cents, fell 75 centimes and the Fives If. lOco than their own. ging, rope, twine, gins, screws, marketingis k 'J
Kennedy, Capt. Martin, both sailed thermometer at 125, and in the shade varying There other It
from were reports mentioned besides OBSERVER. probably its most considerable advantage. t
95
from New to 110
York for degrees.
Cadiz, on the 2d July, the these. It would appear that.the King TERRIBLE STORM. ,
bark getting to sea a few hours before the brig- Murder of an American Captain on the highSea&The the important news we have j just mentioned received last ember gale came in-all Last its fury.nignt our annual Sen- is subject, it is true,to many contingenc/es tbe'ra'aorJ.f1 tare
The
they both arrived at Cadiz on the 26th ship! Thomas Bennett, on her voyage evening at the moment he was going to dinner : in fitful and furious gusts, driving before wind it blew preserved with difficulty from ,t
July, at a from Liverpool to Charleston, S. C. whence she and the Ministers II of ram from about a deluge most '
is
difference in time were instantly sent for to meet half past seven P.1\1. to the cut worm, and a hail storm 1:
of casting their anchors of only sailed on the 3rd instant, returned on the 14th, in the council, over which his about one o'clock this morning, veering ins rotecte-1om
'Majesty presided. its trious in its effects. Yet it be I
about fifteen minutes, and one might have seen in consequence of the murder of the captain by After the council, extraordinary couriers direction from N. N. E. to S. S. E. ,' We dread to can p es a 6i
the other the cook. She had been out fida's when the despatched in all were hear of its effects upon the the cut worm more readily than. cotton.
i during; the passage until off Cadiz light.True.Buys ( directions. be cotton crop, fearing
they must dlsastro eG1ea'
event occurcd but s. from the ando 8OD1
melancholy had only reachedthe Finally, persons who pretend to be well in- Besides catterpillar-two crops
f that Bay of Biscay, when the chief mate: put back, formed assert that Tangier, immediately after i other damage prostrating was dont"a in few fences and trees, n three, are raised from the same land, dJl Df .
hare been properly reared on the arrival the murderer the this place that we learn :.10 <<*
fine
a looking young bombardment, had been than the 111.
pillaged : unroo fi nbg of the season, in which not tpuc r
of
are.men in of plundered :
pouijL usefulness at sixteen, while fellow new building (almost consequence ; .
named John Kent
r was and and laid
apprehended. waste by the Moors completed,) '
those nuisance? that at have been bronfjht. up in idle habits, are placed in confinement. The captains name was Some exaggeration there may be in themselves.these Some of the belonging doors and to windows Mr. George of the:McMullen buildine- injury is done by a hail storm to.it\ (h>a. t.

twpnty-on. Halsey. but public anxiety is extreme, and for'the rumors(govern': : with were tin.not-yet Tallhassee in. The roof was'flat and covered and altogether, we think it is not liable, to

: Sentinel. casualties than any other crop.:

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-"the-earlier- history of this county, its tobacco Progress Geographical! Discovery in Abys -ness of his understanding. The -'-- _I-_ -- -:-_._-_-_-__ ___ -_ '.. U
throne --
In of Con-
tnacufcctured: into segars, but the price of the sinia. -Mehemet Ali, pasha of Egypt, recently stantinople or Hindostan was one of the earliest ,New Books NEW YORK&. APALACHICOLA PACKETS.
under command
sent of
a party
Captain
failed to justify its preparation in Selim of dreams of his youth'; and, even in the midst of
at length the mariners, to explore the BOOTE, BAN p
segar country adjacent to his most a
that btpe for market, and the cultivation of the the White River, one of the principal branches of visions of splendid and European conquests, gorgeous j' & co.,*os a &
palms pagodas
the Nile the of which were seldom long Water street, up-stairs
source has
tobacco even, was becoming almost entirely abandoned never been discovered. absent from his fancy.- Westminster Review. have p. Regular Packet line. *
Capt. Selim was just issued and will
provided the _._
when two of our most enterprising fellow ofSennaar with boats, and by Governor fjlstor sell at the lowest ima' Ship! Martha Washington,. .J J Doane, master. 11
of
escort 250 .
citizens, Messrs. Foreman & Muse, made a conS and provisions for seven months, and took his men departure House, Jfew York.-A correspondent of :-- ---- .. ginableratesthefollow.ing Ship Floridiani.. .. ... ..Wm. Pratt, "
the New York Commercial
speaking of this new and interesting publications. Ship Uncas.P\V Latham "
Bremen about two years since which from Kartown. The account of great Corporation ,
]
Hotel
ignfleflt0 given
,
says: Scrip taken at par. Ship Emblem.A L Dyer "
these curious geographical ,
,\"&a immediately sold at a fair price-its fitness in the Cairo Gazette, from researches which the is published Notwithstanding they pay rent equalto.the YOU SCRATCH MY BACK AND I'LL TICK Brig Manhattan,. ..... ..WH Doane, It ; _
the covering for segars was at once appreci- following revenue of a German Prince, the proprietors BrigAnnEliza.WCPark "
(or passage is extracted: are LE YOUR ELBOW. A Treatise: with Comic .
tted. All in the New York market was bought On attaining the island of Lesankiechahonr rapidly acquiring fortunes which they are every Illustrations, to which is added a Dissertationon Brig Metamora,*. . *.. ...H Ashley, "

an-agents from houses in Bremen visited Florida i found the village of Makok, of Siam, of Chalkau,we, among way worthy the wealthiest to possess of, and our citizens.soon may be classed Civil Engineering, and the Speeches, deli- THESE vessels are of light draft of water,

for the of procuring the greatest Josmalin, and of Oschira. The country The Public vered in Council, by the Committe on Con- expressly for the trade,of the best ma- '
fren, purpose agreeable, and fertile in maize, tobacco very drawing-room of the Astor has tracts. By a Member of the City Corporation. terials, copper fastened and coppered, with hand ..
of desirable an article, and the gourds, been undergoing a two months' 1':
possible supply so beans, sesame; we also saw a little cotton embellishment by Elegantly bound in c market has ever since, and we think evertrill ing. In this region the river grow- Brigaldi and is now probably the most beautiful as advertised. When the day of falls
German is invested with hip- room in the United States, aud A MELANCHOLY BALLAD. By the Com' sailing on
be, open to our enterprise in the production popotamuses-an encounter with whom is dan- the drawing-rooms of European scarcely inferior to mittee on Improvements. Which will be sung Sunday, the ships: will sail on the Monday follow- 1

of this particular commodity. It'is said, by those gerous, for they easily break in pieces or sink ceiling; ornamented with the richest pa aces. The next season bv a Choir of Merchants, to the ing. The price of passage is$4O,without liquors.
fresco
boats. (03-: All
We painting
goods forwarded
saw many of these monsters stretched tune of Ten thousand Chorus fo the subscriberswill
for the of purchasing tobacCo intheElizabethian style, a year. by
come on purpose be
who the representing
on banks in the hot sun. Capt. Selim frequently smiling the Tax Collector. shipped free of commission. 1
that the quality, peculiarly suited to the fired his musket at them Cupids holding magnificent wreaths flowers,and E. D. HURLBUT & CO.,
but
; whether they laokingjust ready to let them fall I DUST IN THE EYES OF THE PEuPLE.
AMoral
which it is is producedonly were too far off; their on the head of 84 South st. N. Y. '
purpose to now applied, or skins too hard and thick some queen of love and beauty. The wainscoat- i Fiction ; founded facts. Suitable or,

in this county; but as I am not familiar with or to be even penetrated[apparently by balls wounded.,none of them were killed' I ing is black walnut, polished as a mirror, while for Sunday reading. By an upon Alderman. 2 vols. sep3 NOURSE 46, STONE Water st.&, CO., .
] Apal'6
other section of Frightened oy the most adorns 18mo.
the tobacco of any our Territory, the of the superb tapestry the walls. Add
the report gun, they plunged into the rh"<>r, to all his splendor, curtains of satin, veiled THE BEAUTIES FOR RE. T.-The building the
subject.A OF near
I cannot give an opinion upon and we lost sight of them: However the by CHRISTIANITY : with
expedi- muslins and the ;; Market
;
whole t known
CITIZEN.For tion continued to ascend the wrought multiplied by two Illustrations of Corporeal Punishment. Designed as the Market Cofioa '
river
dry and desolate ,passing througha immense mirrors, and you have a picture hardly : for the use of Sunday Schools. By a I : House," will be rented on reasonable '
country, sometimes immense terms.
plains boundless surpassed by any descriptions of Oriental {magni Clergyman. 1 vol. Svo.CRrTICISl'YIS I Apply to J. WYMAN..
the Commercial Advertiser. to our view. After great fatigueand ficence. Another improvement now in Apalachicola, July 27, 1844.

EDUCATION No. 14. numerous penis,"we arrived among a tribe is a surperb fountain in: the centre of the progress ON HOYLE. By the "Summer ;
whose custom it is to cast all their dead into the which will throw diamonds court, Boys." 1 vol. 12mo. BAR LEAD-500 lbs Bar Lead.
Infantes sunt similes matribus.t waters of the Nile, instead of up as high as the roof, THE COTTON For sale by
burning MARKET.
or burying and moisten and sweeten'all the .* .. A Comic Poem.
t ,- flOW to notice a sentiment of such import them.For else run HP invented tnnrmnnfo atmospht're.That flip rr\mfnrt- By a Speculator.THE CHESTER, FARRIOR &. McGRIFF

that the very mention of it is enough tp make which many miles along the front of the villages and happiness of the guests, f amt t-a-loss-to im- PHILOSOPHY OF GALES. To which jel 44 Water street.

every mother tremble who reads it. It is this. human, bodies are quite populous, the river bore agine." is prefixed a Plan for Grinding the Faces of MATTING i FOR SUMMER CARPETS.-A. J

some mutilated, and some in high the Poor," and a Map of the City, containing jU3t received. _
inherit from their mother's mental
Children capabilities the putrefaction. All along the river edges, and on Jl Jfissing Battalion.-Killed off! was an expression the latest alterations and additions. By the: For sale by B ELLISON CO.,

and moral qualities; or, as one expressedit human bottom where the water was shallow, we saw once unhappily made use of in the British Trustees of the Land Company. 46 vols. Svo.: ap27 33 Water street.

They all take after their mother." This, at remains, on some of which birds of prey Senate, by some cold-blooded metaphysicians septlG U.NOTICE*
were feasting. A horrible stench infected the air. but to show how easily ; PAINTS, OILS, c.75 kegs White Lead;
first ,view may seem incorrect, but it is true. military men are reconciled .
Black
Our boats often TO OWNERS Paint 10 do Green
while OF
STEAM ;
seeking a passage over the to the thing itself, Mr. Labaume has BOATS ; J'S
Historv, observation and experiment prove it. If sandy bottom, struck against corpses buried part- anecdote of the campaign against given Russia us an a Boy by the name of Joe, who is a L Lgood v 1 bbl Yellow Ochre; 5 bbl Linseed Oil;

anv one doubts it, let him carefully examine the ly in the sands ; and the corpses being disturbed, Napoleon. It appears that toward the extreme by Pilot, any person wishing to hire a Pilot to 2 do Spirits Turpentine; \

evidence of it, and if he trace effects to their drifted further down the stream. Nothing! can right the Russians had a redoubt, which by its run from Columbus to Apalachicola, or up Flint 250: galls Sperm Oil ;
give an idea of the horror of this spectacle and destructive fire, spread consternation River, can have my Boy on trial for a week ; if 200 Paint Brushes assorted, for sale by k
cause, or if the testimony of high scientific authority what added to it was, whole flocks of birds of prey French line. After a combat through the they like him, I will hire him for a month, or DODGE &; GARDNER, PI1
sanguinary of about .
and unquestionable veracity has any hovering over the river and devouring their frightful an hour, this redoubt was carried, with the loss of i. for the whole season. Persons wishing to hire apl6 40 Water st

weight, his doubts will, vanish at once. All feast. Gorged with their food, some were un- twelve hundred men, who, Kmained dead in the him will do well to address the undersigned soon,, TRANSPARENT WINDOW BLINDS.- F4

will admit that there i is a great difference in the able to rise on the wing, and remained stupid on.. intrenchments ; and, next day, when Napoleonwas or his services may be engaged. I will hire him -assorted patterns.
the sandy shore until the burning of the lower by the season than by the single month. For }
sale
rays sun reviewing the sixty-first by B. ELLISON
mental capabilities and in the moral dispositions had hastened regiment which had I & CO.,
and
.
completed the labor of SARAH L. SCOTT.
digestion. suffered the greatest loss, he asked the Colonel ap20 33 Water street.
children. The question then arises-" Is there But this awful prey was disputed with them by what had become of one of his battalions "Sir Ochesee, Aug. 3, 1844. alO-lm I 3

not a cause?" Will any in this age of intelligence very numerous crocodiles. Captain Selim states I replied he, "it is in the redoubt!"Recreative; ; 0-PARTNERSHIP DRUGS, MEDICINES, &.c.-The subscriber
that he saw one of those terrible amphibious animals Review. l\OTICE.-The under opened a iresh supply of
and that there Drugs,
reason pretend he effect
can an __)
signed .
associated
having
go out of the river bearing a corps between _r----, ---- with them Mr. H Medicines, &c. All orders from the '
without a cause? Dare any hazzard the asser- his jaws, the weight of which did not seem to DIED. .-, -I W. BROOKS, will continue to transact a Genera promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY country,

tion that this is i not an effect? There is nothingbut : discompose him. The crocodile carried his booty At his Commission, Forwarding, and Shipping Business, jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets. I

effects in existence, except God, and there is to the middle ofa small island covered with reeds, residence in Madison county, on the under the finn of NOURSE, STONE & Co.

when he disappeared from view, but we heard 30th ult, Major MADISON C. LIVING 'TON, in the NOURSE & STONE. Drugs and Medicines.
no effect without a cau e.Vhat then is the the noise B. F. NOURSK, )) subscriber has taken the
of his formidable jaws cutting and crush- 35th year of his age. j THE Store in Baltz-
cause of this difference in children? Is it chance? ing whole limbs. This expedition did not suc- H. B. STONE, > Apalachicola, Aug. 1, 1844. Buildings, formerly occupied by Mr.. B.

What is chance? Define it. Chance is an unaccountable ceed entirely in its object. It reached the moun H. 'V. BROOKS. S a19 T. Caro, and as early as 15th of May will open a '

freak of nature bins of Abyssinia without being able to discover MARINE stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass, &c., &d, for .
altogether independent the sources of the Nile, particularly of that branch INTELLIGENCE Copartnership and Commission summer use, and in the fall will have a large aad

c-f the immutable and universal principlesof called White Nile. The natives said it would require -'----- -!. Business, .. complete assortment for country merchants*plan.

cause and efT .:t. If this difference is the product two years to reach the source. PORT OF APALACHICOLA..Sept 16. AT APALACHICOLA AND COLUMBUS. ters and physicians.

of this freak, then we must come to this THE undersigned have associated for the pur- ap20 B. S. HAWtEY
Singular Traits of Song Birds.-A ARRIVED. of General
gentleman transacting a Agency and
exclusion: viz: that the laws of nature form the of my acquaintance had an American mork- Sch Magnet, Haley, from Key West, via Tampa, Commission Business. The business will be con WM. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large '
lines and i ia the inir bird in such health and with salt. fin the Orl. Inr-t_ .lntOt.. 9(1 Inn C'> 4Iexperienced \ ducted in A well selected stock flAATCconsisting
geometrical angles: flakes of snow, vi-ror that it was constantly -- ---- --- ----' -, and the millions of animalculain a of water singing or else imitating the various sounds a severe gae'carryirig! a'way'topthasind mond, under the firm of RAYMOND- "&-HAR- ofCloths:- '
cup
; it i heard. In order to the a yards, and losing about 600 bushels salt. DIN-in Cassimeres and _
try of ,
this Columbus Geo.
powers brid, by Edward J. Hardin Kerseys; 'tp
hut the great immortal mind of man is formedLv Schr Gen William Washington ,
the Davis from
St
owner purchased a fine sky lark. When' Joseph. under the firm of HARDIN & Co. Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets; '

mere accident! Away with such palpableabsurdity placed in the same room with the mocking brid Schr Clementina Bender, St. Joseph. The advantages offered by this arrangement, to FOI eigIl and Domestic Prints; I

There are fixed laws that govern the song of the former was heard to echo through Steamer SirenVheaton, fm Brown's Ferry. persons at a distance who may have or wish to Brown Drillings and Irish'Linens;

the formation of mind as well as of matter. The the house, as if it were chanting on fluttering SteamerFlorence, Floyd, fm Huckleberry Bluff. make business in either or both places, will be Bleached and unbleached Sheetings; _
wing" its well known welcome to the readily "
perceived.
rising sun. Feeling ourselves Shirtings
laws of nature that preside over the mind may The mocking bird was silent for some time, but at VESSELS UP FOR THIS PORT. petent to conduct such a business as it fully should com be Cotton Osnaburgs; ; ; '

rot be so palpable as those that preside over last burst forth in the stiains of the "aerial songster Brig Ann Eliza, Park, at New' York, 4th inst. and intending su to do, we respectfully solicit And every other article in their line adapted

natter, yet they are as real. The fact that some ," but louder ani clearer, as if mounting and Brig Schr Virginia S te: T Parsons, Talbot,Smith at New at York N O., 4th 4th inst.inst. share of patronage. a to the country trade. dec4 y _____

have oat discovered( these laws is no proof that stretching silent its wings towards heaven. The lark Brig Orataft, Green,sailed fin). ProviJence. R. I., EDWARD J. HARDIN, UNDRIES.-1O
was from that moment nor was a joyous note on the 20th ult. HENRY L. RAYMOND. S bbls Cider Vinegar;

they do not exist, any more than the fact that ever heard afterwards. Willing to test the powers Schr Southern,Taylor, at Boston, to sail 10th ins. Apalachicola, July 31, 1844. alOtf V 2 bbls Copperas; 8 mats Cassia; _
the ancients: had not discovered the Western of the mocking bird still further, an unusual 6 chests Teas, green, black &c.

Hemisphere proved that it did not exist. Washington l large price was given for a black-bird, celebrated NOTICE MARINERS.:! James Gibson, 10 kegs Saleratus; 3 do Nutmegs and Clove
for its vocal powers. It was placed in the same Mr. George W. Blunt, of New York, makes the HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAINTER 10 boxs Ground Pepper; 4 do Spices; '

! wa a sreat mm. What made him great? room with the mockin .bird. Early on the Second following statement in relation to a paragraph now AND GLAZIER, 5 baskets Salad Oil; 5 kegs Bar Lead _

Was it the au,>lute decree of heaven, independent morning its song was resumed, and its charming going the rounds from the Journal of Commerce Apalachicola, Fla. 30 bags Shot, assorted; 1 case Sardines;

of second try causes? The laws of natureare notes were warbled forth with all the sweet- which describing can/be a channel relied near the Bahama Banks, Ocr: Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of 5 cases Pickles; ,1 do Preserves _

ness and modulations which be heard upon :- Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, &c. &c. Work doneon 5 do Tomato Catsup, for sale by _
in its
secondary:: causes, and it was in obedience! to may "A memorandum in your paper from Capt. Clark the most reasonable
terms.
native "
tbor' ) brakes. The mocking bird listened of the aug9 DODGE & GARDNER,
of Pawtuxet states that there is a good chan-
()!)e these laws that
Geore; Washington was a and was silent for a time; then all at once nel to the North of Orange Keys, over the Great RECTIFIED WHISKEY. aplG 40 Water street.
jreat: man. Was he an exception ? There are its notes were heard to issue forth, but sweeter Bahama Banks, between the first named and Riding OLD -20 bbl old

no exceptions. The great law of nature which and louder; than those of the woodland song. The i Rocks. Should: this statement obtain general Mary Ann, for sale Whiskey low by, just received per schr. LIQUORS AND .WINES.-Brandy-Otard,
poor blackbird' heard them, felt that it belief it will be fatal to many vesseiSj as there is & Co's; A Seignette's.
I was
con-
advanced at the beginning of this number, quered, remained silent, drooped, pined and died. no channel suitable for vessels of any size, excepting DODGE & GARDNER Gin-Holland, anchor brand

holds true in every case. But perhaps some From the above facts emulation would to be i with daylight, and then by picking the way ; auglO 40 Water st. Whiskey-Old Scotch ; Monongahela.
seem
sceptic on this one of the exciting of the besides nothing is to be gained by going to the /CAUTION. All Wine-:.Old Madeira: ; Sicily; old pure Port;
subject may reply, There is no causes songs of the birds. North of the Orange Key, as you get into the persons are hereby: cautioned _
Champaign, for sale
inch law." Let us examine the proof and see When their powers are excelled they appear to Gulf too soon." : V/ against trading for a note of hajid, drawn by I by
feel the disgrace of being conquered, and to lose The Beacon placed in April 1843 to me and made payable to I DODGE & GARDNER, _
how it is. Men of learning and deep reseach and point out Sidney R. Ford, or bear _
all inclination to renew their former effort. the position of the Dispatch Rock, (commonly call- er, for thirty-five dollars, dated on or about the S 40 Water rt _
_
imperishable fame have advanced and proved ed the Roman Rock,) situated in this bay, having Oth of June, IS44 ; and due on the first of OILS, GLASS, &.c.
day
my proposition. Dr. Good, a man of high authority Building.-No one can traverse the upper section sunk, strangers are recommended on rounding December next. The consideration for which PAINTS kegs White Lead; JLIIapl6 _
of this city, without being astonished Cape Receite wi h a proper offing, to steer NE by said
says, The variable talents of the mind number of houses going We do at the half N., by compass: until the two beacons 011 the :I note the was given having entirely failed, I will 5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp; !
not believe not
up. pay same, Unless 75 boxy Glass assorted,sizes
are western shore ( with compelled by law. ;
as one barrel the the
the
propagable as various features of the that even in the palmy days of 153(5( bating the a on top, '
Wj ( other with a cross,) are in one; and when the cross JAMES H. DAVIS. 100 lbs Verdegris; Pafnf"Br\1s'; _ _
how
; or by what means we know not, buttie stores in the burnt district: ,) so many buildings is well open with the other beacon, they may haul Apalachicola, Sept. 1st, 1341. slO 3t Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c,i&C.
fact is incontrovertible. Wit and dullness, were erected as have been and will be in 1S44. up for the anchorage NW.A. Just received, and for sale by

emus and idiotbm, run in direct streams from In some localities,almost entire squares are rising G. DU STER\"ILLE"Port Captain. Commission Business.New S B. S. HAWLEY, I
en masse. The houses of the Port Office, Port Elizabeth ). _
generally better Chestnut
& Commerce
jcl cor. steets.
York
generation to generation ; and hence the moral class ; in fact no others would be in keeping with Algoa Bay, May 10, '44. 5 (co-:: WITH a March 12th, 1814. _____ I V _

tharacters of families, of tribes and of whole the character of a large district, which only so from at i experience knowledge of more than of business derived in I PACKING Y AR. .-15 coils Kentucky Pack t 1' _

b&t ons." Dr. Good here says, "The fact is in- long ago as we first resided here, say 18 years, We are authorized to an- Corp.mercial and other business pursuits twenty, and years good for sale low by X

tI1Jb'OfJertihlt." was appropriated to cow pastures, gardens, &c., nounce W. G. M. facilities, the undersigned tender DODGE & GARDNER,
Controvert DAVIS candidate their _
it if In Esq., as a services,
you can. I and might have been bought for as many hundred I 'as aug19 40 Water st.H 5'
to represent Franklin in the COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the .
Johnson's next ,
county, Leg
s- purchase
of Health
Economy you !find this same! dollars per acre, as it would now bring thousands.The .
and
lative sale of all .
Council, at the ensuing election. S'p3P i kinds of Produceand., .Foreign ; Roberts, Allen & Co,
Katiment "The qualities of our mind, or the omnibuses and the Railroad have done -- and Domestic Goods. S :: AVE on .hand and for sale: _
:
"
teril organ of our minds are hereditary, or wonders for up town, -bringing a vast surface We are authorized Their business will conducted upon established Sheet and bar Iron;' Blacksmith's Tool> _
within convenient reach of the centre of to
business
an
with principles, ancLwitba view to German English Blister and Cast
steel
us. In Falk's Life of Goethe the prompt returns ;
lame which was formerly deemed too far off to bethought ; nounce JOHN GHENT, of Walton county, as a for all sale ff cted, and answers to all Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 gam;
theory is largely sustained. It has often I of for city residences. Brooklyn too is candidate for the Senate from the Western Sena orders with which they may be favored. Hollow Ware, wholesale and retail; -4-.; 'r.

ken remarked that great and eminent men receive growing as if by magic. Whilliarasburgh and Jersey torial District at the ensuing elc<'..tiol".. a26 Bills oJfExehange drawn against shipments: of Wrought and Cut Spikes Nails; t,
!ram .their City share 10 the general rage for improvement Cotton Produce Brass Andirons ; Fire Irons V
mothers, even before they see the pr'other will be duly honored on:i
AU these places are in fact parts of New York, We 'of Invoice Platform Scales Beams and Ballaneetf;
1ip receipt and
U.ialf the are authorized i Bill Lading, or by special all
mental dispositions and other pe- and added to the population of the city to announce I Tin Ware of kinds, wholesale & retHil.
proper, agreement for funds at maturity \vith

tlIzrities of character hv., which- ___ they__., are___ 3fteru _____. swell it nearly or quite 4CK,000.JY.Jur./ Com.J"apolton'I date for ROBERT the Senate J.from FLOYD.. Pan-- -., --ia-. *- Panrii.------ .resnonsihi1ih',-------------J --,..'* ,t.-..'.-1I....-......".. advices of Thev Also are, a general also Dl'Pnarprl assortment tn Att TSardware.nd to anv'OJd V V
--- -- --- ------ -- -
the. .it -- ---- -- -----
--J
ttds distinguished." Kelper says, "The strong District at the elec Western Senatorial:- :FOWLEDECOIN & CO., for Iron or Brass Castings BJackamithuig, Tin, V
* born of the Power of Enduring Fatigue ensuing :'don. jy27 mar30 6m 78 Pearl street. Copper or Sheet Iron wok, or Tin and Copper
strong and the good of the good. The of -- ,
& physical energies Napoleon seem to have Roofing on reasonable terms. 'jai1 ly
!$ the Foreign Quarterly, Distinguished men been almost superhuman. Fatigue, wspar1: ; }' We are aftthorizedktoannounce B:: ELLISON & CO. offer for sale an extenr

*We it considerable share of their greatness to the unknown to him. With most men suc:, a-:. ._,,- sive assortment of Merchandize,suitable fo- An Orninance
1tt&inments sleeping spirit as his would have "o'er inn : ;-, .: Dr. N. A. LONG of Jackson as a Candidate the Spring trade, consisting of Providing for the arrest of offender '&c ,.
b and character of a mother of supe- his tenement: of 'clay." The fiery activity o/; i I for the Senate from the Western'Senatorial Groceries; Dry Goods Boots and Shoes Section 1. Be it ordained by the .Mayor and .
!r ;
;
'11\tmderstanding." Combe, in his valuable soul, however, appeared to endow his corporealframe I I i, District at: the, ensuing election. jy27* Bonnets and Palm Leaf Hats; Fancy Goods: ; cases Council, upon of the complaint City of being Apalachicola made of,theviolation That in all : V 1 V

fun called The Constitution of Man," has with powers of endurance and exertion ALVA WYJLIE. Wa!. A. McKENZIE. Crockery and Glassware; Hardware; of any ordinance of said city to the Mayor, be '_1 V

established the doctrine that children intheir with which none of his followers could keep pace. Wood ware, Brushes, &c., &c. mar30 shall have full power and authority; to issue his, .;
bt physical Mr. Alison, in his 70th chapter of the History of AVylic &: McKenzie.. warrant directed to the Marshal of said city com

constitutions, their mentil. Europe, gives us a vivid picture of the incessanttoil COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ON CONSIGNMENT hhds CROCKERY manding"him to arrest the person or persons complained V V
ltionl and moral assorted, for trade against, and detain him her them'
qualities from their mo- with which he wore out both his aides-de- Fla. country ; or nnlil
Apalachicola, 16
chiefly, and that during the whole time of camp and his secretaries. I sep Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left- otherwise ordered by the Mayor. V .
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained That in all
wich Va. ,
some brand cases
C1. the mind He was invariably and often almostto PAINTER WANTED.-A superior cross ;
of temperate
JOURNEYMAN be
the mother is acting on Goods Hardware when judgment may rendered the Mayor's
Dry and
t .
'brain asceticism seldom took above four hours' Painter;will find constant Cuttlery;
of the child in ; ] sleep, em- Hollow and Tin Court against any person for a violation any of '
or eril. strength or feebleness for and, when necessary, seemed able to dispensewith ployment and good wages/by appying to Ware ; the ordinances of said city! the Judge of said
lb, Think of this, mothers, and study it altogether. seplG It JAMES GIBSON. Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c. Court may remit such portion of said judgment( as t
*>DJect, learn ALSO, in i his opinion may be when its appearing
your duty and do it. "But while he proper
LZ In my shunned the grosser joys of sense, forbid Sugar, Com, and Canal Flour that such offence was committed under
?utnb'r I will His mind seemed nourished abstinence." NOTICE -All ,persons are from tres ; rrnttigauagcircunstances.
present historical by that V-
proof of Old Sherry Wine, in
myDOCTOR. cases
block
3 :
upon lot No. 10, or from occupying ; SV
In one point, his character presents a singular the same, by authority of any one but the All of which will be sold very low for caih. Passed by Council 30th May KANEY 1844. .
with itself.
contrast His DAVID G.
genius was essentially subscriber, who",is alone authorized to lease or DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.
p' Passing Stirrup Key, (Berry Island i mathematical; yet fewmen ever cxisted in whom sell the s rne.);; R. J. MOSES. jan2 f 43 Water street. /1HEWING TOBACCO doz Mrs. Miller's
) on :
their colors will boarded by Gov Kills the poetic element was so powerfully developed. Apalachicola, Sept. 1st, 1814. slO 1mCORDAGE .\-J Chewing Tobacco,just received and for sale. V
ta4 .,at all times be supplied with wood water, His fancy was quite of the oriental cast. To the ROPE & BAGGING.-Northern Bale Rope by 'DODGE & GARDNER, .
--
'
'dr fish i,and with provisions, such as fowls' very end of his career his mind was full of most / .'& 'OAKUM.1 .- India Bagging, for sale by _jel5 40 Water street.W .

, t lot eretablea rnor'and fruit as the island may afford' romantic visions of Eastern grandeur; and ma-- ,, > 75 coils:of Manilla Cordage, assorted; ap20. B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st. v INDOW_SHADES-A V fresh __
t7; & house is 011 the north side of the nificient and wild imaginations vivid 25 bales assortment of
...;: maybe dist t1luh8ed present a Oakum, for sale by A XES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes, the latest patterns, iust received, and for
by two ; the
contrast to V
flag-staTh;; of his the
Q yigerous grasp intellect, DODGE & GARDNER
neu the house. .tljust received and for sale by sale by B. ELLISON &. Co.
I coolness of his judgment, and the chrystal clear- aplG 40 Water street. I ap3 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st. aplo 33 Water st. V




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j i LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICES. TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY, MERIWETIIER COUNTY, GEORGIA:** THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIONS ?
----- of this watering
THE PROPRIETORS
= =c Florid i Cor. :A.DJhNassau streets ,New York. FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
,
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; Franklin StILeLiOI'ouhi:. Apalachicola District of respectfullyinform ,1TI place, have been induced -to open their Office, JVb. 57 Wall'Street, JV. Y.
THE undersigned of invalids
.. FRANKLIN COUNTY. t.QHouse f for the accommodation
CHAMBERS. Warehouses and
Insure Dwelling-houses,
Patrons of the Buildings .
\ It :II Robert J. Floyd, coinp't., ) D. K. Dodge, CompPt, ) TYPE &the STEREOTYPE Old FOUN- and others, much earlier this season than that usual have, in general, Merchandise, Household
and \ln Chancery. ofthe applications
in consequence many Furniture, Ships building,Ships in Port
L Li t as JAMESCONNEa'
f I I:5. w OIIAKCERT.defendants. DRY formerly known of the
al. Def'ts. for Board from different parts
Curtis and Griswold, ct al, ( James C. Watson, et ) recently as been made and their Cargoes, and evary description -
,j the Court from the report of & and more those under various diseases,
I appearing to ___ and the pub- country, by laboring personal Property,
COOK'S,
filed in in in this case appointed, J"CONNER& as.Rheumatism &c. all of which
the Master
Dyspepsy,
T appearing to the Court from a davit Chancery, execute i such AGAINsTLOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
to
,t I this cause, that said Lewis Cirtis and George That the following sums are due by the parties lic in general that theY are prepared PRESSES, &c., readily yield to the virtue of tlie water. We have J."SMYTH ROGERS, President.
PRINTING
I Griswold trustees of the Apa.Lchicola Land hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments here- orders for TYPE, I heretofore held out more inducments to persons R. W. MARTIN Secretary.
: to form complete .
: and said John M. Berrieii and David tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin and every other article necessary favorable seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to DIRECTORS.
Company
j I p: Selden, who are defendants in said cause, leside Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public notice Printing Establishments, on as other establishment those in pursuit of Health., To the invalid, we J. SMYTH ROGERS, ROBT McCOSKRr:

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

} said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New I to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse,Receiverin in the United States. is bothin benefited. These Springs have proved a certaincure JAMES McBRIDE- REUBEN 'VITHERS so
the with the interest thereon, The Type cast at this Establishment, of Rheumatism &c. JOHN ADAS '\"ILLIMISCOTT
York and the said Berrien and 'Selden in said cause, together it is in all cases Dyspepsy '
p I ;t.'I I state of; Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice bepublished from the first day March, 1813,or their respective style c| face, and the material of which in Newspaper and in no instance have invalids failed to be benefited JOHN I1AGGERTY, PETER F. SUYDAM I. N1VlU
service VERPLANCK
1\\ once a week for the space of four months shares will be sold at public auction, in accordance made, particularly adapted for who have visited them, for the proof of G. C. JOHNSTON RICHARD IRVIN'JOS.
JOhN
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper with a decree of the Court of Chanceryfor Printing. finished to order. which, we can refer to innumerable certificates, KERNOCHAN, C. V. S. ROOSEVELTJOlIN

I., printed in this district, before the ensuing term the District aforesaid, to pay the several 03- All kinds of Stereotyping the above some from the most respectable gentlemen in the I. PALMER, E. D. HURLBUT "
and each due and owing. Sale first Wednesday N.13...-Such Newspapers as will copy GEO. P. POLLEN
of said Court, requiring said defendants, amounts so be State. P. LORILLARD
of them to and answer, otherwise the in December next, to wit : three times, previous to November next, will To those in pursuit of pleasure,we will say this JAMES McCALL, WM. COLGATE,
appear bill of four
bill will be taken pro confesso: Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1stMarch entitled to pay in type, on making a much, that we intend to offer inducements enoughto LOWELL HOLBROOK.

complainants them a -tcste.) 1813. . . . . .$1G60 00 times the amount of the three insertions. make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the The undersigned have been appointed ;agents
( copy
: against GEO. F BALTZELL, Clerk. Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 61 JAMES CONNER & SON. South. We intend to keep a better House than of the above Company, and are empowered to issue

Apalachicola, May 30th, 1st i. fel 4m Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were New York, June 1st,'1S41. jeS 3mDRINTERS' we ever have kept,(and it is said that we generally policies insurance against loss or damage

I indebted on the same day and year. 072 70; AND BINDERS' WAREROOM: kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirelynew by fire, on as favorable terms as other good officM.

Franklin Superior Court. John D. Howell.. . . . . 365 93 JL N 0'3. 29 and 31 Gold street, New York.-The ; our houses have all been repaired, and the NOURSE & STONE,

1'; AT CHAMBERS. By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack, "Hoe Printing Press, Machine and Saw Manu- whole place presents a new and beautiful appear- Apalachicola,March 23,1S44. 46 Waterg.

Robert May, comp't., "} Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county, factury, being under the management and direc- ance. The temperature ofthe atmosphere is fine, ETNA INSURANCE COMPANvfHartford

;k, in the Apalachicola District of Florida. and Robert Hoe, continueto the thermometer seldom rising above SO degrees.Our mITE
Hoe
j GrLld i IN ..CH.KCERY.'t tion of Richard M. .1 Conn.-The undersigned agent for,
:j Curtis and ct al., R. J. :MOSES, manufacture, at greatly reduced prices, Printing Baths are in as good order as they can be,and the said Company,is prepared to issue policies of j

defendants. JIT Master in Chancery. Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Standing Presses, for the benefit of those who have not paid us a Fire, and loss or damage

appearing to ,the Court from affidavit filed Apalachicola, August 19,1841.ADMINISTRATOR'S Self-inking machines Chases, Cases, and everyarticfe visit,we will describe them: they are G in number, Insurance against favorable terms. The capital of i tit oa
.. and rivers, on :
that said Lewis Curtis Office ; ; the clear with a dressingroom
in ,
this caue : --- necessary for a complete Printing a each l feet square above is large and invested in the safest

George Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola Berrien and NOTICES, supply of which, including type, ink, &c., &c., attached to each, and are so arranged as to possible company manner, and its settlement of losses ha

Land Company, and said John M- ---. ---- they keep constantly on hand. raise the water to any depth required; our Spring been and liberal.
in said cause, ----- of always prompt
David Selden, who are defendants Patent Cy1inder Press, has affirds upwards of thirteen hundred gallons
wit months after date I shall apply Hoe & Co's Single DAN'L J. DAY, Agent
Territory, to : of the wateris
reside beyond the Hmitsofthis of New NOTICE-Six Judge of the County Court of been recently much improved in many essential water per minute; the temperature Apalachicola, April S, 18+1.
I the said Curtis aud Griswold, in the state it to first-rate DO The analysis as taken by I
with a view to adapt precisely degrees.
from the ,
dismission particulars
i York and the said Berrien and Selden, in the Jackson county, for letters of excellent State Geologist, is as follows: subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
,
f ; administration the estate of Sampson Pope, book printing, as well as newspaper Dr. J. B. Cotting THE
notice be on
t state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a late of said deceased. work. A considerable number of these machinesare "Height above the level of the sea, 793] feet- COMPANY, of Hartford,

published once a week for the space" of four months county SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x. 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 and

'' in the "Commercial Advertise, a newspaper where the work very rapidly, and in a specific gravity 0,998-distilled water being 1,000. to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
1, I printed in this district, before the ensuing term Jackson County, July 20, 1841. a3- m doing manner. GASES-Carbonic acid ga?!,....pubic inches. good offices, is i prepared to insure against lea or

of said Court, retiring said defendants and each OTICE.-Six months after late, I will applyto superior The improvements in their Double Cylinder Sulphurate of Hydrogen..a trace. damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In.

of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the N the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the Press, not only greatly increase its speed, but I SOLIDS-Carbonate Iron..3 of Lime..I 5; grains.grain. land risks. The reputation of this company Jet

complainants bill will betake pro confesso: County Court of Franklin county, for letters of render the press much more durable and less liable Carbonate Carbonate of of Magnesia.... .... 10 09 grains. settling losses with promptitude and liberalitJis

"; against them. (a copy-tete: ) dismission from the estate Thos. H. Thompson.II. to get out of order. It is the only machine The of the Water, winter and summer well known. DAN'L J. DAY,

j t i CEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. B. STONE, Administrator. adapted to the most rapid newspaper printing. ,temprerature 90 degrees. Apalachicola, April S, 1844.

)"M Apalachicola, May 30th IS 11. jel 4mIN Apalachicola, May 16), 15 H. mylS Gm I They are also the manufacturers of the Patent A Road has been finished, expresslyfor --
Splendid
-
which are so extensively .
Presses ADVERTISEMENT.WILLMER
Court. and Smith ,
,i ; Franklin Superior. i.tOTICE-Six months after date I will apply Washington used by printers throughout the United riding, three miles in length; it leads to the & SMITH'S EUROPE.

AT CHAMBERS.Thouns IN Hon. of the County Court for summit of a Mountain, where you behold one of
to the Judge States and Canadas. They call the attention of E .-During the time thi
r' : L. Mitchel, for letters of dismission on the the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
Franklin with
fit County Printers to their new Machine Card Press, has been before the world,the proprieton
comp't'l the well known journal
vs. of John Norton late of said county, de road has also been made to '
estate 1500 cards in the best the praise which it ba
to
which can print with
one boy refer pleasure
McDuugald, ths of a mile from the ,
Dodge, ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r.Apalachicola and COLD SPRING, only f
machine is simple, Ireland SCtJt-
This of England, ,
of the style day. very it elicited from the press
and Bass, trustees a'20: 6m per Hotel this Spring si said by all who have seen ,
it. April 17,1844. of order. Its inking ; Canada and the West
apparatus
; Franklin Land and Apalachicola not liable to get out to be the finest cold water in the world. land, the United States,

'. I I Lot Company; CHANCERY. OTICE.-Six: months after date,I shall applyto is self-acting.l The amusements at the Springs are various.- Indies, and the encouragement it has received
.II' The"" also manufacture a CylinderJob of the United States and Canada.
N Hoe" Co., the
Curtis and George Courtof and the servicesof from public
Lewis ; the Honorable Judge of the County size which requirestwo The Ball Room is opened nightly it from
Griswold, trustees of the Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from Press, of large foolscap time drivethe one of the best Musicians in this section of thecountry Three essential features distinguish all
Land Co. ; of John S. Randolph boys to attend it, who at the same take of it. contemporaneous publications.
I'tf Apalachicola the administration of the estate is engaged to charge
will from :
machine with their feet. It print First-It contains a full, correct and conpre. '
in this
Myers, assignee late of said county, deceased. We intend to devote our time exclusively
r W. 1500 to 2000 impressions per hour, and do good hensive Shipping List,arranged on a plan so phi
bankruptcy of George FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor. season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hopeto
Ross defendants. J JI 184,1feb5 Gm work. to please all, and see that and practicable, that "he who runs may reaL'Persons
Marianna, Feb. 1st, be able, between us,
) appearing to the Judge; by affidavit; filed in The "Hoe" Co., assuretheir friends, and prin- dissatisfied. Mr.and Mrs. Johnson interested in the Marine of America oat*
-
I IT James -- ters generally, that no pains shall be spared to none go away in instant to the information which they
:; cause that said Daniel McDougald will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too,sviilgive turn an
I, S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis Tax Notice 1 maintain the reputation of their establishment: his whole attention.Our seek with the certainty of relying on its tratt

and George Griswold; and Myers, reside IN conformity with an Ordinance, passed by and that all orders entrusted to them will receive charges will be the same as heretofore, It thus supercedes Shipping Lists, and other expensive

beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa- prompt and careful attention. month for Board and Lodging. Baths, publications from Europe,some of which
lachicola March 22d, 1814, entitled "An Ordin- will be supplied with $30, per Willmer &Smith
and of
slid McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state Editors Proprietors free. A: fine stock of goods is kept here, and are six times the price
raise Revenue for the use of said City. Offices or Binderies "
the said Curtis and Griswold, in the ance to a estimates in detail for Printing 'tf miles European Times.
of These are
Georgia Springs
f 1 state of New; York; and the said Bass in the state I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this by informing us of the style and quantity of sold north at Columbus fair prices., and 10 miles south of Green-I .-Secondly-It contains a Price Current of allfiagreat t

of Alabiim.: : It j is ordered, that a notice be published day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of December work which they desire to do. will fine no difficulty in reachinghere ,1< British and European markets, devotd

week for the of four months next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the Hoe & Co., manufacture Cast Steel, :Mill, Pit, ville. Visitors connect principally to the articles of trade and commerce
oace a space Exchange, proceed to sell at public and othcr Saws, a supply of at all times, as the daily Stages America
the Circular the
I before the ensuing term of this Court, in Apalachicola Cross-cut, Savannah,Augusta. Macon more immediately appertaining to
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed inf' outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the double following which they keep constantly on hand. Mobile and Madison,Montgomery with Columbus, and Greenville, and continent, and in which the merchant, the trailer
to described property, as will bring and Machine work in general. of business must feel an immediatt
this District, requiring said defendants appear Jobbing from both places here,so there and the man
and Hacks daily
all costs run
: I and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall the amount annexed, together with June 1st, 1811. will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage interest. _On the score of correctness, the bbtrlrfi6l1fs -

'\ r be taken pro confesso: aainst them. charges- of sale. N. B.-Publishers of Newspapers in the Uni- also leavre Columbus three times a week by the and the remarks accompanying the various .

I (copy teste) Bloc\s.! Lots. To whom-asst' sed. -cis. ted States or Canada, who will insert this advertisement of Hamilton, for the Springs.; markets, showing their actual condition,mar

I 1 GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.Apalarhicola A. T. Bennett,.. . 2200C:2 three times before the 1st of next July, way The Proprietors will'be ready to receive Company b: relied on, and are |tin fact an authority with
.ltI
May 3lst, 184 1. jel 4mApalaciiicola } and send one copy of their paper to us containingit. on the first May. most of the first houses in the principle citieiif

I "J Jisti'ictofrlorida. : 15) Ic. 1..' n ar tl e tt,.. . 87521i will be entitled to the payment of their bills SEYMOUR R. BONNER. the United States and Canada.
(" 1 ::2 & 33 L. purchasing four times the! amount thereof.TJUNT'S : WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.The Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the

In Superior Court-Franklin County. 112 3 L.Birdsal,. . . 2i0II2 MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE AND Warm Springs are so well known that we I American reader, in a concentrated state,'nd

Alphonse Loubat: ? IN CHANCERY.vs. : 4 J. C. Birdsal,... . 250 1 COMMERCIAL REVIEW, Established do think it necessary to trouble the public with along I where the interest or importance of the subject

> Calhoun & Bass, . 1000 demands it in the most detailed and ample .
F1 !0& 12 and forth their claims ,
FREEMAN HUNT, Editor of certificates,setting I
David D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage.apeariflg Al 1 John Evans,. . . 250 July, 183'J, by array invalid well the topic of political commercial, domestic and
to the Court by affidavit, that the Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumns, of about to the patronage of the as as every

TT said David D. Churchill, the above defendant, D2 1 & 9 { C. Ed mon d so n,. .. ')9 001I SOO pages each, completed. With the numberfor man of health and pleasure. We will therefore miscellaneous interest which has occurred of aforte ED tie*
:1 ;i&1G) S of the reader to the following or fehcw lere, since the departure
of tins Court,and IS.11, commenced the sixth year of the only invite the attention
the July,
jurisdiction
resides beyond . 250t.
Gilmore t to
John pad
E2 11 Bosvvell of Columbus previous packet especial regard being
of but within the Imp'd of this standard Periodical. It is: the letter from Doct. J. J. ;
Florida existence
I out of the Territory ., 6 j }F. R. Griffin,. .. . 1 00 whatever is most connected with or relates totl!
ordered that publication be .1') of the kind in this or other coun-
United States: It i is only work any :
225
1 0 Estate of John GiUispie, March 23J IS Ii. political, social, and commercial well-beinjf(f
in the city of devoted to the interests COLTJJUBUS, ,
published and although mainly
made income newspaper . . 'o try; h
Jacob
&.7 Harvey, the British province.
C2 6 the Union adjacent
\ or
the
I oace a week for four months, requiring and wants of the commercial and business community Dear Sir-It is due you as accommodatingand
# Apalachicola .. . . 350
J ; 7 JohnKerns, of short it takes glance at circumstance
a every
him to and answer the said bill of Imp'dA2 it has become an indi.spensible work of courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, ,
'J appear 3 John Kennedy,.. .. . 250S of the Great Western CCB-
10 which the inhabitants
Imp'd who
before the expiration of that the Statesman and Political Economist Merriwether county-It is due the public
or reference to
complaint on : J.C.Lovc,.. . . 00I It t lie
2 feel interest. puts
tment an
homes and firesides possibly
I th slid bill will be taken as cOllflssi'dagaingt the commercial world. Its con- \viih to leave their own can
time throughout may
i or j William Low .. . 300B1 roonieptJ
him, and such further order given in the :J tents embrace every subject connected with Commerce during the sickly season, to seek a place where Americrn reader in possession, the
.. ;5 00Imp'd
seam justice. I 11 Charles McKinney, and Manufactures health, and all the comforts of comes to hand, of whatever has transpired durit
Court Agriculture enjoy
the and Navigation they can
to may ;
premises as Martin .. . . .l25
Copy-Te ic.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, 10 Currency and Banking; Fire and Marine cultivated and refined society, to point them to the interval in Furops-personal, political.aid.
( 3 23; ;
E\ f\1itchellMarzell) : ,. .
Imp'd \ I .
J. &, L. NRrfCH, Clerk. Insurance ; the Laws and Regulations of the Warm Sprin s. In its:: Topographical situation commercial.It
I Juo. T. ... S 00F
J,
: 5 l\lyrick, has attained high chanct
a
Solicitors for Compl'ts.Apalachicola Tradeincluding important decisions in the different it is unquestionably inferior to Watering already very
.. . 4 I 50
Mitchell confab
__ Feb. :2S! IS 11. mll-lm \ 11 Joseph K. Mclenzie.----------, 5 00 Courts of the United States, Great Britain, place in the United States. The Medinnal virtues and may with great propriety be said to
-- E'2 9 of its Waters from the Chemical analysis: submitted the BEST PRICES CURRENT; the''BEST
etc.
France )
Fraiiltlia Superior Court. Hi It& 17 R. Maitland &, 80ns.1 I 7 00 I 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 EUROPEAN
Term IS I f. 111 9) & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel. G 00 reaches this co
Spring NEWSPAPER which
Merchants' influence Rheumatism
Editor ahd Proprietor of the Magazine aud ever will exert a happy over -
A. J. Norris . . 300
G. Semmes :} 15 8 for it in a co14 C
A. Bronchitis Diar- from England comprises !
to avoid every thing of a party, political, or ; ; Laryngitis; Ilipertitis; ;
. 1 25Imp'd ;
vs. > Damages $:)a.J- Attachment :30 7 Ogden & Ferguson, sectional bias or bearing, in the conduct of the rher; DyscntaryjDispepsy, and all diseases of the form of twenty-four columns, every descripfaX*
C2 (00 Dan'l. Ryan, . . 325Imp'd ; which had rraMp
Elias of interest America
Simpson, ) work opening its pages to the free and fair discussion skin and Kidneys.In news ,
interested arc 00: John Ragan,. . .. 223: ; ftozatii
defendant and all persons A ed in and other parts,
of antagonistic doctrines connected with addressing this note to you sir, I have only England Foreign
TIlE suit Frank White . . 300
,
of the above departure
of
of the institution the hour
the great interests of Commerce, Agriculture, complied with the earnest solicitations of some sailing of the previous up) to
. 2 73
I! and are required to appear and plead as required F2'o Thos. Wingate, Manufactures!, and the Currency. kind friends who have been either radically cnretl of the Steam ship: which conveys the ftw"
.
< A. G. SEMMES.! ; Henry Williams,. . G 00 .
i bvhw. The Merchants' Magazine is published at No. or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Watersof coming number.

1 Apalachicoh, .Tun. IS: FI1 t. anl203m PETER HOBERT, 14:2 Fuftou street, New York, on the first of each the Warm Springs.I CGIt will be sold at 12J cents per copj'ofy

II' Franklin Superior Court.: City Tax Collector. mouth, at five dollars per annym, payable in ad- am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consideration Amongst other numberous and flattering*

I Spring; .Term; IS 14. Apalachicola, June 7th, 1844. jet!) Gm vance. A few complete sets of the work embrac- your obedient servant, monials, the Boston Morning Post, sbys;- 6t

"' I Bush & Co. ing ten semi-annual volumes of about 800 pages J. J. EOSWELL.To : "'V c. re greatly indebted"to this newspaper <

', \I f Hyllyer vs. }>Foreclosure of Mortgage. All Ordinance each, neatly and substantially bound, can be had Col. S. R. Bonner. our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial B****

To raise a Fund for tbeCity Hospital. I at the subscription price by applying at the office Warm Springs, Merriwether Co. Ga., April 21. One number of Willmer & Smith's f W
Wm. H. Shepherd. > *
t defendant and all interested arc Section 1. He it Ordained TiyVie Mayor and as above. -_ Times is worth a whole file of any other EB$

H THE notified of the institution persons of the above Council of the City of.I1palachi l/-'That from New York, July 1st, IS.14. To the American Bar. paper._ "__ -.1.'Clf.1'ublishcd
!I. the first day of Septembernext, thefollowing --- to Press before tsails e., -
t the of the and after! I undersigned contemplates putting at Liverpooljust ; ;
and that I will to Judge
suit apply
rpHE
Pr t ;I Court of rankin County, at the Spring ; ; i taxes shall be levied upon all passenger.5arriving All Oriiinaiicc ensuing Spring, the first volume of by WILLIAM '& SMITH. SutecnpW
1 Superior in said City by sea, viz: Upon each and Providing for the arrest of offenders, &c. PER ANNUM.IT .
FOUR
said DOLLARS
J I I term of said Court, IS 41, for a foreclosure of sea,coastwise, the sum of fifty Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and "SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE
mortg e. A. G. SEMMES: Pill's Att'y. every passenger by Council of the City of Apalachicola, That in all! AMERICAN BAR."
;
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1SII. apl'20 3m cents, and upon each and every passenger the arrivingby of two I cases, upon complaint being made of the violation My brethren throughout the United States are is the intention of the proprietors EXTRAS rfjjj,C

sea from any foreign country, sum 'of.,:any ordinance of said city to the Mayor, he requested to aid me with contributions from their "EUROPEAN TIMES,"to publish

Franklin Superior Court.Wm. dollars. shall..:have full power and authority to issue his respective States, locating particularly the taining a digest similar to the European T

*T !I Lawrence, Sec. 2.! Be further ordained That the own- warranttiirected to the Marshal of said city, com- Scene" or "Anecdote" in the proper County 01 i but more condensed: price three cents pei' :Jg

j of Divorcc' er or master of ejch and every vessel arriving at mandi ir him to arrest the person or persons complained District. As the contributions will be which I shall have forwarded by post and Ttil
LawLre }}Pil1 the first of September next, shall against, and detain him,her or them until very numerous each ste3
I I! Elizabeth; formerly ,. this port, after otherwise ordered the Mayor. and many,of them 'from the far North and express, in a few minutes after ;
the Treasurer by
under oath, to be obtaiD
.
Burns. J render without delay, and which
\ Kli/.ibeth will take notice, and full amount of all Sec. 2. 'Be"it further ordained, That in all cases West, I must request my friends to pay the post arrival in Boston, may
\ rilllE defendant in this case of said city, a true said when judgment may be rendered in the Mayor's age on them. I shall be aided in this amusing and quantities at very low prices.EDWARD. -..
I will vessel and ownei WJLLM
next
October in his ,
i JL that on the first day of passengers arriving Court against any person for a violation of any of interesting work by some of the,oldest and most

; 'Proceed to take the depositions of Timothy Smith or master of such vessel, shall pay to the Treasurer the ordinances of, said...city, the Judge of said distinguished Members: of the Sourhern Bar. "EUROPEAN TIMES" OFFICE, )

in the above case at the Clerk's Office in the City of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and Court may remit such portion of said judgment as All communications must be directed tc Boston, June, 1844. $ '
(0:
of Apalachicola at which time and "place the every passenger, for which tax the vessel shall in his opinion may"be proper, when its appearingthat at Pensacola, Florida." -

the said defendant may attend. also be held liable; and any owner or master of such offence was'committed under mittigating me RICHARD .
: for Pl'lT.: to comply with circunstances. ROE. Ligon & Owens >irATTORNEY'S '
11. J. MOSES, Att'y such vessel,refusing or neglecting AT
shall be liable tc Passed by Council 80& May, 1844 Pensacola, July 1st, ISM. & COUNSELLORS
3m
ordinance
:
Apalachicola, June .n, IS 1 t. je29 the provisions of this
said city in the penalty of fifty dollars. _DAVID ,G. KANEY. Mayor. 8C5 Editors favorable to the undertaking will Abbeville and Troy,Ala and. f-

111 J acilSOU Superior Court, That the fund please copy. practice in the County Vcto,
: To the Spring Term, IS 14. Sec. 3. JJe it further ordained, Wm. Sydney Green, in. D. WILL of Montgomery,
of the counties
arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be reserved T\R. GREEN takes this opportunity of expressing L. W. Spratt, p.

., James Boon,:)[; LIBEL FOR DIVORCE. and used only for the benefit of the City Hospital, his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.TyiLL Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour State, cwF&p w AWl ;
vs. and Council them that it shall be his constant endeavor eighth Judicial Circuit of the
under such regulations as the Mayor to ren- for the future reside in this city. Al!
,i Piety Boon. 3 der himself more useful in his profession who have commuted;legal business to hh WOODSON L. LIGON, At.
in said case, will take notice may prescribe.Passed co.,
defendant Qitica on Centre near Water street. detc25 while a resident,of will address Abbeville 'HenriIIA&rJNGS
THE to take the testimony by Council, 20th June, 1St, care Quincy, please -
shall proceed OWENL'Froy
we RANEY Mayor.: him at this place. He will continue a regular .E. AfJ.
t DAVID G. ,
William Gay, William CHEWING TOBACCO-fa Mrs. Miller's co.,
f of Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, attendance upon the courts of Jackson and PiP

I, Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the \J Chewing Tobacco, just received and .or sale Gadsdens counties, and the: Court of Appeals at Refers to-
I James F. Farrior
,
10 o'clock, A. M., at DODGE & GARDNER Tallahassee.
of next, at ty ,
sixth day May
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PUBLIC, HenrycoAlaGen. -
f .t the store of Battle & Brothers, Rocky Mount, PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY jetS 4Q Water street.IATINDOW Office over W. A.W od's,No.23 Water street.. .
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interrogatorie now filed with Apalachicola, Fla. Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 18+1. ,b:
North Carolina, by May always be found at the office of Farrior & SHADES-A fresh assortment of .. -.. -.. .. .- Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery.fienl. -

t the Clerk of said Court.YOXGE TAYLOR, Co. No. 41 J Water st. lie would respectfully so- V (I the latest patterns, just received, and for A: XES.-A fresh lot of heavy Kentucky Axes,, John Dill, Fort Games, Ga. ,'

r. Solicitors for Complainant lint (ho ]Htronge of his friend and acquaintance" sate hy B.KLLISON.. & Co. just: received and for sale by Messrs.: Chester & McGrUT ApaI J rai'11rf

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